Gainesville High School - Hurricane Yearbook (Gainesville, FL)

 - Class of 1966

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QJ A Q 6 7-4,5 623 NE, 6959 tgp. an exhilarating week, the lull before the storm - "Spirit comes alive as Canes thrive in '65" - Alpha first in skits - quintessence of the night, the crowning of lovely Ann Campbell her court: Susan Penk, Carol Roundtree, Barbara Wells, Elaine Tew - football sponsors: Barbara Martin, Steve Summerlin, Kathv Gallagher, Chappy Young - Canes defeat Boone Braves, 47-28 - a glorious victory for homecoming '65. 9 - CQ cf M6, kc, . IA! 2 J., , 1,31 A W4 2 ?' f , M ,ff f ffm gf Carousel, a musical merry-go-round Cathy Alvarez singing "If I Loved You" Vickie Brinson, a perfect Carrie, Billy Bigelow portrayed by Ioe Bryant - hours of hard work fabulous cast, beautiful singing, colorful splendor a spectacular performance in late November - glittering tinsel at Christmas - a time of love among nations - attending holiday basketball tournament seeing old friends home for vacation- the sun's rays upon glistening ice reflecting the clear beauty of winter days. X! 5 Vw-.www a beautiful blossoming, the first days in Spring - March 3rd and 4th, "You Can't Take It With You" - crammed suitcases ready to attend student council, language and club conventions - that joy of first loves and old affections - happy times and the dreamlike atmosphere of a magical night a sombre note, college boards in May - the end of a year is drawing near. -Y. ' Yttxrm'.f"r.f,,-'WG' .eeiegxw -fiifftf " 'gif' . v' xfix , 1 'f-4 . 52- iff- ,Qgfaqg R 1 if ' 3 ,bfi- x Q, lv . FQ 4 :it X Q NA iq, ,4 , 5 W Ye 3 fx 1. A f 'X Sa 3,2 1 f ff if Q ' y , X X' ' mais ..' 5 si A . ' ff s S 1 , Q - 4 Q4 'Q ,i I A .45 t,-ig. - zf fy - ,, 1 ' iQ x 'X 47 1 532 J - ' X gif A - '1' w , v 7 1 , , 4 7 ff kg. , 41' . -F . ,Mk , k 1 W . .h fi 'ffm -"' 1- f in V4 ,A fffyi. ' Z iii, 4:3 ,is ' ,.. - u- f 'ir 'x f. v f ' w had W , I g- -a., ,,,. 4 l , """' . - , . "1 ,, ,, Qfisf , I L fm W 1 X! 55 5 20. 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School life at G.H.S. helps each person to grow in wisdom and stature through confrontations- conflicts- choice. W W 4 W curriculum .wwq . administration rules, regulations, and policies- Pr X J" f fi ' r sf ' ' Q - . 'f L X W Mr. Ioseph T. Hudson Principal Mr. Iohn H. Neller Assistant Principal Mrs. Cela Hendrickson Director of Student Act. "the big three" Questions, questions, questions . . . decisions on big and little affairs . . . administrative offices, hub of the school . . . coordinating and unifying 1900 students, 88 teachers, 42 clubs, 400 classes, 800 cars . . . daily conferences and interviews . . . bulletins, announce- ments, meetings . . . and accreditation evaluation . . . GHS in the hands of competent and dedicated leaders, Mr. Hudson, Mr. Neller and Mrs. Hendrick- son. W lid! fhfmfx counselors 1900 Students with 1900 in- dividual personalities and 1900 dif- ferent questions, problems and needs . . . the counselors job to answer questions - which college? what job? which courses? . . , to help solve problems - personal, school and fam- ily . . . 1152 inches of cumulative re- cords in 32 file drawers . . . schedule cards, college applications, university catalogues, vocation guide folders . . . three offices with a counselor for each class . . . friendly, understanding, helpful . , . concerned with scholastic records, class attendance, discipline, schedules, checking off campus and returning . . . an average of 60 stu- dent interviews daily . . . hours of bringing records and files up-to-date . . . a busy place, the South wing of the administration building. advice, answers, guidance awww I ff! Mrs. Kay Selle Senior Counselor Mrs. Lucy Tubb Junior Counselor Mr. George Thomas Sophomore Counselor 0 money, intercom, questions Mrs. Jean Deloney Business Mgr. Mrs. Anne Crosby Secretary Mrs. Sarah Robinson Guidance Sec. Mrs. Harriet Hennessey Cafeteria Mgr. Transcripts, letters, questions, meals, money . . . small but efficient staff com- petently running CHS business . . . handling more than 800 calls through the switchboard each day . . . Mrs. Crosby, walking, talking information booth . . . indispensable to students and faculty . . . Mrs. Robinson filling in stacks of transcripts and college appli- cations . . . Mrs. Henessey orderly op- erating the daily routine of the lunch- room . . . serving an unbelievable 30,000 meals a month . . . Mrs. Deloney count- ing receipts and writing checks keeping all CHS accounts. 419 f I ' ry , ,M f"9lh , f an , f' ff , 4 l ,JW ,,, , , ,Q.j, , nm .7 M V , 5,3 ,,,f ,if Zia M f 4' W? S ,, 1. V .1 f-fm' , reg. A 1 ' ni? H f af' J 5, Q 5 f , " -, 1,1 f 1 ,, Q f f ,A wg lag me faculty DWIGHT ALLEN B.A.E., M.Ed., U. Of F. Bookkeeping HELEN G, ANDERSEN B.A., U. of F. English Cheerleaders FRANCES ANDERSON B.S., F.S.U. M.Ed,, U. of F. Shorthand, Typing I LOUISE ASH B.A., Wilson College Biology II, Chemistry J.A.S. ROBERT I. BAKER B.A.E., U. of F. Amer. History VIRGINIA BARTLETT I Q3 B.S.E., Bowling Green aged Vx fr, gollege P V ' , reno S4 ' ' ii' , . 3 ' French Club If iff ' , ' " " fs. R f:fl1if1'5 qi .gm rn M. fgrnpavy . afqfisfly asfi' ' " If .xiii !Z?'lfh:.L' V 'ia LJ. .'-rg I f ANDASIAE BENNETT l"',:,,, Q., A.B., U. 0 F. ' I Od' if English P SHELTON BOYLES B.A.E.. U. of F. English Gamma-Hi-Y, r Scribblers . l 5 ak' 'Z r- --vv X, ' ,en ' I CONNIE BROWN B.A. English, Berea College English SARAH BROWN B.S.I.M., B.A.E., U of F. Shorthand, Bus. Eng., Cooperative Bus. Ed. C.B.E. after 3:30-fun, GHS faculty . . . 88 individuals with a variety of interests . . . scuba diving, coin collecting, golf, wrangling beefs, family . . . graduated from col- leges all over the country . . . Georgia, Penn State, Kansas, Texas, and many more . . . including 35 from the uni- versity . . . all worked hard to earn desired degrees . . . PhD's, Bachelor of Arts, Masters of Education . . . work- ing at football games, sponsoring clubs and, foremost, striving to develop the minds and characters of their students. iff? I 2 ' U70 A 5fTA3eu'f C.-:MD ff- ,,.,,,,g, rg T174 cbgtassfw 'WH yeas-,Awg A-SK .SGZMQ 'Jay 4ll1T'geL 5-zxwj 7 o-CE l'0'MJ' 22 Z6 b relaxation 'Ff- 1' "4-.-.sag , , 4 ,. "Rule 'em cowboy, Mr. Boylesf' Tranquility and thought are Mrs. Sharp's pastimes. Mrs. Doyle takes a good swing at the ball. MARY BRYAN A.B., F.S.U. M.Ed., U. of F. Trig., Acc. Math II Beta Tri-Hi-Y MARIAN BUSWELL Ed. D., New York U. Amer. History N.H.S. DONNA CARROL B.A., F.S.U. Biology ELIZABETH CONARD B.A.. Simpson College Prob. of Amer. Dem., World History LUCILE COMBS M.Ed., U. of F. Librarian THOMAS COOPER B.S.E., M.Ed., U. of F. Distributioe Education D.E.C.A. ROBERT C. DAVIS B.S., Livingston St. Col. Phy. Ed., Var. Sports WESLEY C. DICKS B.S.P.E., U. of F. Phy. Ed., Var. Sports G Club BARDWELL DONALDSON B. Mus., Stetson U. M. Ed., U. of F. Instrurn. Music, Band Director ANITA DOYLE B.S., U. of Tampa English F .T.A. LOUISE ECHOLS M.A.E., U. of F. English ANNA ELLIOTT B.S., U. of Neb. Food and Nutrition, Spec. Ed. Sigma Anchor MARY ELLIOTT A.B., A.M., U. of Kan. S eech H urr. Pagers, Thespians ALICE ESPOSITO B.S.E., U. of F. Shorthand, Typ. II, Coop. Bus. Ed. C.B.E. LUCILE FAIN A.B., M.A., U. of Ill. Spanish Los Sombreritos ' - ss.. , .-nf'-1, - A X51 -. .' ' gif. .L .. . E. k W, .J ' ! K I, if .- XX - x ,. . V or , ., if I ,gm ,.:1 f f if ,ea ,H I , 3 5 i 'KY fi E ' 1 S Q to . , 'f 1 I r 3 s, sf 1 as K'-if ' I '. 371 , . L . 7. Fifnv g - If I A 'jf ' ', 9.4! gn . ,Rr Sw ,. , M I.-ij S F xx . Z3 pf, Ks. . X . ' WZ ' 2 I f f ' r ,I 7 ff-V5' f . 5. A H ,,,, I , l ,ff g Qi'z'f74'4'l2' 7: I V' , f 4 f we f 1' f " X 5 X I f 4 N JUDITH FISCHER B.S,E.. Ohio State U. M.Ed., U. of F. Pl. Geo., Alg. I PATRICIA FLOWERS B.A.E., U. of N. C. Phy. Ed. G.A.A. FRANK GALLAGHER M.A., U. of F. Bus. Math, Alg. I BARBARA CALLANT B.A., Cornell U. M.Ed., U. of F. Amer. Gov't, World History Para Medical MARIAN COODYEAR B.A.. U. of F. Math Essen., English Civinettes WINIFRED GRAND A.B., F.S.U. English F.T.A. MARGARET HAMMOND B.S., M.A., U. of N. C. Phy. Ed., Maiorettes Anchor GARNIE R. HATCH B.S.P.E., M.Ed., U. of Miss. Phy. Ed., Dr. Ed., Var. Sports Pep Club ANN HENDERSON B.S., F.S.U. Bus. Education FREDRIC HILL B.A.E., M.Ed., U. of F. Amer. History MARTE HILL B.A., Columbia U. Librarian FOREST HILLYARD A.B., Marshall U. B.S.H.E., W.Va. U. Home Ec. F .H .A. BARBARA HOLLOWAY A.B., Syracuse M.Ed., U. of F. Amer. H istory, World H Letory LAWRENCE INGRAM B.S.E., U. Of F. Chemistry, Chem. Study JULIE JACOBS B.A., U. of F. Special Ed., Speech 'fDaddy" Strickland,s favorite pastime is his children Mrs. Mase prepares to go ski- ing with Curtie. VERA JENKINS M.Ed., B.S.E., U. of F. Spanish Los Sornbreros Altos, S.H.H. IACK IONES B.S.P.E., M.P.H.E., U of F. Phy. Ed., Var. Sports ROBERT IUSTISS B.S.. F.S.U. L.L.B.. U. of F. Distr. Ed., Bus. Law D.E.C.A. STEPHANIE KETTLEKAMP B.S.. U. of Mo. Math, Science VICKIE KINSER B.S.. U. of F. Phy. Science Beacon JOE LOWE B.S.. M.A.. U. of F. World History STANLEY M. LUCA B.A., U. of r. B.A., U. of F. Alg. Ill, Georn. ALICE MacCULLOUC-H B.S.H.E., U. of Ca. Home Economics F.H.A. VICKI MARSH B.S.E., U. Of F. Chemistry MARTY MCCLUNG B.S., U. of F. Typing PATRICIA MASE B.A., Vanderbilt U. English JOHN MORLAND M.Ed., U. of F. Electronics CATHERINE MURPHREE B.A., F.S.U. M.Ed., U. of F. Chorus, H umanities Melodettes, Madrigal singers IRENE NEWTON B.S., Belhaven B.A., West Ky. State M.A.E., U. of F. Typing, Office Mach. JOHN NOLAN B.A., M.A., U. of F. Sociology, Psychology 110' ,, A-4? WWSW W f . ff if Zu ,, ..,,.,,,. 1 351' 914 5 KW? ,jr wiki kgs 'fl gm' ' 14:15 Wg . Ir' . ' A V' .gp . ' .1 , , lr ' ' - . 11? A 3 . ' ' 'E it fl pf. 5 , .,,. 1, X , 9 x 7,14 ' X .f-Q 26 'II1 6 1 mi MARGARET OSBORN A.M., Indiana U. Amer. His., Amer. Inst. Alpha Tri-Hi-Y HELEN PHILPOTT A.B., F.S.U. M.A., U. of F. Arts, Crafts DOROTHY REAVES B.S., U. of Ala. M.Ed., U. of F. Orchestra MARCUERITE RHEA B.S., U. of Neb. French, Speech, English NORMA ROGERS B.S., F.S.U. Fund. of Geom., Math Ess. MARY SHARP B.S., Mississippi College M.Ed., U. of F. English, Adv. Grammar IANET SMALLWOOD B.A., Indiana U. English FAITH SMITH B.A., Geneva Colle e English, Special CAROLYN STEWART B.A., U. of F. Alg. II Civinettes ALBERT STRICKLAND M.Ed., U. of F. Physics Key Club KAREN STUMP A.B.. Marshall U. Bio., Phy. Science BEATRICE SWEENEY B.S.E., U. of F. Latin Latin Club IRENE THOMPSON B.A., Adelphi College M.A., New York U. English ROY TOWER B.S.E., U. of F. Diversified Cooperative Tr. D.C.T., Jr. Ciuitan VADA LEE TUTTLE M.A., U. of K . Acc. Math, Alg. 111 SANDRA VICKERY B.A., U. of Texas Alg. I, Alg. II RUTH WALLACE B.S., Miami U. Alg. II PEG WESTMORELAND A.B., Fla. Southern M.Ed., U. of F. English, Publications Quill dz Scroll VIRGINIA WHIDDON B.A., Vanderbilt U. English IOANNE WHITEMAN B.S.H.E., U. of F. M.S.H.E., U. of Ill. Biology EDWARD WHITLEY B.S., Pfeiffer . Appalachian Teach. Coll. Audio-Visual HAZEL YARBOROUCH B.A., Wake Forest Sociology, Psychology, Amer. History IQ A mu? , Viv. 5 - . I Q.. nwifirl v ce ,.:Xf in XS' . K A Sz' N YN" we . , . , g ,,, A V A of , . K f Qtate Woman's Archery Champion, Mrs. Connie Brown, readies for another bull's-eye. Mrs. Virginia Bartlett inspects her latest paintin . The Ash family enjoys a quiet evening at home. i ff NOT PICTURED: HARVEY LYDICK HURLEY MANNING JIM NIBLACK MILDRED WANNIGER MARGARET WEINBERG TIM WHITE 27 E building a sensitivity to line, form, and color E x p r e s s in g individual emotions through art . . . creating new ideas and feelings on campus . . . gaining insight into culture . . . solving problems of ex- pression . . . creating unique acostics by melting crayons . . . combining several pictures into one picture . . . designing and painting a mural for the school cafe- teria . . . composing and arranging the scenery for Carousel . . . realizing the importance of the creative process in the World today. Paper, paint, paste, wood and wire become CAROUSEL's lovely tree. Up, down anrl around goes the realistic carousel. "The second day of Christmas," Pat Mathis designs a mural for the cafeteria. 28 t XX... ,Q tx.-N if X , -T' y W - H X . f ' a "'l' ' A g ,, fi W. 2 l Q -. , f ifK,.f4-er if f . r i. .- g is W 1 1 designing with Providing an opportunity for self-un- derstanding through participation in manipulative and appreciative experi- ences . . . wooden bowls . . . pottery . . . jewelry . . . basketry . . . creating and displaying delicate objects of beauty . . . producing smoothness and grace through meticulous care . . . leather . . . clay. . .metal. . .raffia. . .wood. .. useful, beautiful products . . . under- standing the unique qualities of mater- ials. 11 In and out, in ancl out, Martha Joyner, Billy Walker, and Donny Cowart shape colorful, useful baskets. Andy Anderson checks the maturity of his ,metal enamelling. Splicing lacing-a step in the creation of leather products. business education I I preparmg for busmess futures Covering all phases of the business World . . . typewriting . . . shorthand . . . bookkeeping . . . business math . . . busi- ness English . . . business law . . . taught by Mr. Iustiss, a practicing lawyer . . . offering a new course this year . . . office machines . . . teaching students to op- erate electric calculators, transcribing machines and bookkeeping machines . . . preparing students for the labor market SP9 r ' WIXON COMPAN Y Qlfgvafmnf af"0pLf-T? V7 Fxknfjnuf Q Y after graduation. 2.4-A Wow n Company, bp D4.pJffmwvf.1 'QU' 'fha' " M acyl Ex ,sense-' Tata! U4-pf R f9'Pf 5- Diff 5324: safaris: In-vs fc ww aa :au -if swf- d 59!am4.S,07fla,f' 1.15 Mu ev 5004' 1'5" 4523, lgbnldlfv mmol Move 'NN' "N" fi' 6 Adoufn-nfl? CU 154000 HHGL Han 503 ss,mfr.,, one-L vu M we M 0' 31" ' prkwyraig ,lrtx C32 1331: 17556 12546 12414 Nrtl,.sU"'nc4 glpdpsagg ,315 IQ ff gen new Ja aa yup yu lgma 453 hon na ca 10044 down 534 ,Jus f:f::f- crv d7r.1,pPi..b 1 744 40 me .44 :map quam 'li :nf 1 pg r 'gwpyj fig: -1113 J.SA.Q0,Y . 1.21.4-Ci Y l,'5.'L?i V 71-ff T J 44 .'GP,4,fJ4 g.p,:,'ffJ1 iiL111g54Q mid A md fig ' 5 Supparffhg Sclvggiglzg' 1 My! ,,,.j,',dA!c4,il . P 'riffs' H QA Jfntl IAMAQ a,s,d,f-"Where did that semi-colon go?" A polite word. a cheerful voice, an important message- Elaine Deaux practices office techniques learned in business education. With these expenses accuracy is a must in bookkeeping. 30 stressing precise secretarial method FIRST ROW: Linda Shelley, Corr. Sec.g Linda Cleveland, Sec., Linda Edwards, lst V. Pres.g Lynn Crosby. Pres,g Barbara Dasds, 2nd V. Pres.g Bonnie Eddy, Treas. SECOND ROW: Diane Kite, Elaine 'Na Deaux, Pam Lovely, Carol May, Barbara Saunders, Betsy Erwin, Ann Lovett. THIRD ROW: Judy Hook- er, Kathy Trotter, Charlotte Hart, Joyce Pogue, Peg- gy Kirnball, Mrs. Francis Anderson, Advisor. Appealing to girls with secretarial in- terests and future plans . . . programs offering variety . . . a film from the Bell Telephone Company on proper proce- dure . . . two representatives from the National Secreta.ry's Association . . . Miss Carvia Combs and Mrs. Lucille Downs relating first job experiences and inter- views . . . learning good-grooming habits ture secretary. 2 , "Now where does this what's-its-name go?" ponders future secretary Pam Lovely. Class practice for future jobs. and proper attire for the well-dressed fu- S S32 modeling in holiday fashion show Eighteen girls in cooperative business education program . . . regular morning classes in English, math, science . . . spending afternoons as secretaries, tech- nicians, receptionists . . . 311,000 of Na- tional Defense Education Act funds buy- ing IBM machines . . . desks . . . dictat- ing labs . . . electric typewriters . . . painting B-12 . . . having new drapes . . . highlighting the year, the Holiday Fashion Show . . . modeling seasonal clothes . . . learning poise, correct walk, etc .... giving food baskets at Christmas . . . providing a whole family with food, clothes and shoes for the family's chil- dren . . . honoring mothers with a moth- er-daughter tea in early fall . . . Winning honors at the District Meeting at Tal- lahassee . . . monthly bulletin board fea- turing CBE proverbs. "And, our next model, Miss Pat H ardee, wearing . . ." Lou Angulo, Lori de Cardenas and Pat Elliott go to the dentist every day! But, dan't feel sorry for them-they work for Dr. Marchand. 32 FIRST ROW: Mrs. Alice Esposito, Advisorg Marian Cason, Treas.g Pat Elliott, V. Pres., Lori de Cardenas, Sec. SECOND ROW: Beverly Thompson, Barbara Sharp, Barbara Saund- ers, Ella Perdue, Karen Iohnson, Lourdes Angulo. THIRD ROW: Faye Jordan, Pat Lee, Susan Shirley, Pam Bragg, Diane Wooten, Judy Carroll, Cindy Rhodes. . 'Iv earning S31,5OG Earning an amazing 81,500 . . . add- ing credits toward graduation, regular classes and 1,000 work hours . . . typing the student directory . . . grammar er- rors costing ld each for offender . . . pennies to buy steak dinners in May . . . creweling the initials CBE on typewrit- er covers . . . taking a charm course and staging a Holiday Fashion Show . . . traveling to Jacksonville as a group to see the Ice Capades . . . winning third place in the speech contest and in the job interviews at the Fall District Con- vention. . ll, - if x fx? S CBE insignia-Joyce Hales makes L' permanent on B-10 typewriter cover. Gail Grier sees the news before it makes the front page in her job at the teletype at the GAINESVILLE SUN. Q: .I . W gf' FIRST ROW: Carol Neff, Corr. Sec.g Lynn Crosby, Chair.g Elaine Gunter, Corr. Sec.g Mrs. Sarah Brown, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Sandy Boals, Vera Michels, Barbara Davis. Virginia Brannon, Bonnie Pope. Carol Sanders. THIRD ROW: Kathy Molter, Ioan Howard, Diana Roberts, Diane Wilkinson, Marion Wood, Linda Shelley, Linda Edwards. english 34 inspiring students A continually flowing thread through classes . . . opening a new per- spective . . . revealing a deeper mean- ing . . . the largest department in the school . . . basic . . . regular . . . acceler- ated . . . business . . . advanced grammar class, a new addition this year . . . sopho- mores explore the world of different literature in Steinbeck and Eliot . . . juniors learn the meaning of symbolism from Hawthorne to O'Neill . . . seniors soon learn to recognize the style of Shakespeare . . . the three classes sew- ing to enrich a student's lmowledge through reading and vocabulary. 59 ww r at 5 We ? 7" 1 lun?-sl " s M fa? , Q QR 3 S N 3 X Q 55 J X ! L "WEE A i' 5 Q, i ' Q X E , U to deeper expression R , . , . L L Q P5 D044 ew- . .QQ i : - ... 4 .7 , r 4 L SP 1 F .. ...- ' la A. ' , L, ,, g , L 'Q 'vi' ' f ' , as . -I4 , -...... 2 . an gf: z 4. t A' VV- 400 new readers pursued Macbeth, trazlitional senior requirement. "D0n't shoot!" pleads junior John Conlon. "I'll get my term paper turned in! Books, books, and more books-English students read, read, read, Modern American poetry in a congenial setting. A pack of paper . . . and finally a Spenserian sonnetl fb six ghs in print Bi--weekly miracle . . . to the staff, at least, that the paper ever comes out is a miracle . . . criticized, laughed at and, sometimes, praised . . . GHS in print . . . a 54,000 yearly budget . . . 16 regular issues augmented by hilarious April F ool's issue and memory-provoking sen- ior edition . . . staff training . . . new terminology, 36 point Bodoni, mug shots, ears, column inches, cuts, charac- ter count . . . writing, dummying, head- lining, financing . . . Tuesday night paste-ups, fun and work . . . clipping copy at covered-dish supper . . . pasting headlines at surprise birthday party . . . wild cutlines and sweeping at 11 olclock . . . Hurricane Herald, student newspa- per . . . voice of GHS. Q vc, GAY ' , -s, a ru: bi-weekly miracle Hurric d 1... ,r .A .G I fp- iff , ova, ape Herald BEA, CMA,,A . T1 orm Warning Highlights vga :.,5ii1Week. .Filled with Events 1. H!"g,St X gr if Q .. za A. D gx, n--"' sm- my-xiiiri Tiana H.. 1" gif ll i as 1 X ., ., A 7x Martha Hadley, news Margaret Keppel, front page. Editor-in-chief, Judy Block and Susan Cunningham, ad m anager. Senior reporters: Peggy Thompson Jim Murphy, Ronnie Doyle, Pat Mathis. David Liberman, sports. Nellie Gammon, calendar. julie Bird, exchange editor. "Bi-weekly miracle" -rw. 3. David Dusenbury, sports and Albert Ganzenhuber, photographer Leslie Cromier, features. Iunior reporters: Ellen Osterbind, Libby jenkins, Mike Primo Rod Barnes, Pete Stringer. S. 1 'a.rx.c 4?-6715 f, Q, f ,fir i,5,,Q 701,15 K 4 If f ,iw if mf, A f 'L f W I. ,fqf 'V 1 1 ,vi ' ,4 1 1 "mf 1 ' x 'il 1 , fl 5,65 I ' ff, "fi QE Jig' - 1' I yay, a,wQ ,,4, 'w M uf nw, 1-,vf4fff'f'f':Aaf., ,Q-iwf' ,f ' f ,. Wa I , M g t f ifffkfffff f r . ,g f V ff, Zffffy ,Q -ai ls . 'rifl e 5 f iz? if gi m fg f ig , f , ,. , , 1,9 f f f f 'ffm f' 1, J r 1 V A .f f , if , iii ji, 'If ,Q 7 ,Zig ff' ' 1 ' ' fwfr. CZ? ' g 'v - ' 'Q-5 ' 74 fi' ' ' f f ' f'z',f2,Q A2 More modernistic and contemporary than ever . . . portraying a high school year . . . capturing moments from each studentis life . . . possessing the spirit of the school and the emotions of its stu- dents . . . by the effect of over 2600 pictures . . . a product of long and tedious work of 23 stff members . . . working after hours on layouts, copy, advertise- ments . . . compiled by the staff but written by a student body of 1900 2b 25 22 H QP QI' produc1ng largest " p.'3". '-.' U ,Wo ' - ' r if . Q, .'-- -. 1 lay ' Jeff : 14" mb, 1,-M.. Q71 N 3 1 , ,,,,,,,. annual ever One of the 724 annual lay-out sheets used and misused. Cathy Ayers, editor, Beth Gammage, business and subscriptions manager, Phillip DeLaney, photography, Abby Ash, copy, Mrs. Peg YVestmoreland, advisor, Mary Grace Hardee, czzrriculurrzg Tizzy Hamilton, curriculum, John Conlon, photography, Debbie Taylor, copy, Richard Furman, photography: Susan Mylcing, curriculum, Scooter Gallagher, athletics, Terry Young, classes, Carrie Sue Pierson, advertising, Marcia Cobb, advertising. Kathy McPeek, classes. Ian Ailstock, copy. Linda Bryant, organizations. Kathy Gallagher, athletics. Jane Robbins, secretary. Barbara Martin and Sue Bourgeois, advertising, Judy McKean, organizations. Linda Davis, classes. C? kb yearbook www 3 eff. ' ' -X., ...Q ""F""Q ',,,,,,--sm fx K ei or-s 5575. 5 N 'Ve scribblers presenting students with literary magazine FIRST ROW: Chris Hotchkiss. Aimee Anderson. SECOND ROW: Carol Catotti. Linda Bryant. Iucly Block. Martha Hadleyi THIRD ROW: Carol Dow, Margaret Keppel. David Wright, Pam Priem, Brenda Tyler. Promoting an interest in creative writ- ing . . . inviting students to join . . . handing in original work to be read, evaluated and accepted by old members . . . would-be authors finding inspira- tions where they happen to be . . . com- piling poems and stories into a memor- able magazine . . . laboring hard to get final results published . . . finally, a "Scribblers' Sketches", a magazine of stu- dent verse and prose. 3 9- wc as. 1 ,A . Indy Block re-rzsserts "The pen is mightier than the sword," even when the sword is wielded by sponsor, Mr. Boyles. 40 .hi TIJ 'V 1 47"-. it Hu -,,s RlclC,4NE s H5 N5-slM.lD KN' 1-NIQM S xqis, X- wmv' Q. me Heralfl-,Q 55. Hurrlc- .. .1353 So that all may quill and scroll know GHS-THE HURRICANE and THE HERALD Decisions, decisions Privilege and responsibility of editor, Cutlm Auers and Advisor, X "5 w,,.,.......- ll Mrs. k"P.lW.', VVestm0reland. .. 4,..1-.-..t- ,a-, -.I .ed us, 17 y X, y A MFL. x' -if .1 -3. 4."'f2'f VI ,f winning top honor Tedious minutes of developing and printing . . . long hours of writing, re- vising . . . repeated weeks of dummying and laying out pages . . . goal of high school student journalists, Quill and Scroll, international honorary fraternity . . . many tryg few achieve . . . ten new names joining the ranks of the honored in the GHS chapter this year . . . meet- ing stringent requirements . . . proudly wearing the Quill and Scroll, emblems of writing through the ages . . . work remembered in the pages of the Hurri- cane and the issues of the Herald . . . informal initiation in March. SEATED: Cathy Ayers, Beth Gammage Kathy Gallagher, Linda Davis, jucly Block, Margaret Keppel. Leslie Cormier. Nellie Gammon. STANDING: David Dusenbury, Phillip Delaney, Martha Hadley. 41 speech 42 mastering the art of X X If Xfex , 1 1 .XM me mf.w,,, ww- .tu,,,.tnN""f Acquiring the techniques of preparing, beginning and ending a speech . . . learn- ing to communicate ideas smoothly and effectively . . . growing in self assurance and gaining poise by speaking in class . . . speeches to inform . . . speeches to convince . . . impromptu speeches . . . taught by Mrs. Elliott, Mrs. Iacobs and Mrs. Rhea . . . Mrs. Rhea's class giving a dinner, December 13 . . . students speaking after dinner. A5 effective communication A variety of posters enhances the effectiveness of Mary Jane Bowles' speech. "Resolved: That . . ." Christine Delony and Allen Amos engage in friendly debate. "Giddy-ap!" Mrs. Elliott drives imaginary horses in stagef oarh pantomime- as passengers peer out. Courtroom drama enacted in speech class. hurricane players, thespians entertaining three audiences I FIRST ROW: Sara Myers, Hist., Jan Dilgren, Sec., Artie Wilson, Sgt.-at-arms, Peggy Thompson, Pres., Nancy Westbury, V. Pres.g David Dusenbury, Pts. Chmn.g John Macdonald, Treas. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Mary Elliot, Advisor, Nellie Gammon, Judy Block, Marilou Fagan, Suzanne Wadsworth, Margaret Gavian, Martha Hadley, Linda English, Bob Watson, David Wright. THIRD ROW: Donna Catotti, Jean Pullen, Janeen Larson, Sue Widmayer, Linda Lefter, Pam Priem. FOURTH ROW: Linda Greathouse, Linda Bore, Sharon Butler, Ellen Owens, Cheryl Caldwell, Pat Ney- feld, Nancy Mitchell, Kathy Gallagher, Jane Roper, FIFTH ROW: Nancy Coburn, Eileen Bird, Maureen Mixson, Billy Lynn, Larry Brasington, Diana Luca, Sharron Lowry, Linda Bryant. YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU Rheba .v.,..... Paul Sycamore ..., Mr. DePinna L... Ed .,..,,.,,..L Henderson ..,,r.. Tony Kirby ..,,.. -- Gay Wellington --- Mr. Kirby .,.... Mrs. Kirby --- Three Men --- r 4 K Q , 63, 9 fo., O 9 v .216 Penelope Sycamore ..,.,,,.. Donna Teague ESSie .......L,.-.,...,.,....,. Elaine Tew --- Linda Jones ---- Artie Wilson --- Mike Gabbard --- David Dusenbury DOI1ald - .......L,,, ,.....,. C had Reed Martin Vanderhof --- .r.. . Pete Enwall Alice .-...L....., --- Cathy Alvarez ---- Jamie Stakely ---- Harry Purvis Boris Kolenkhov ,.L. ...,, D avid Wright -- Toni Bourroughs ---- Skip Manesco - Martha Hadley ----- Larry Mott Larry Lipham Billy Lynn Olga -...-.-....-. -----------. J udy Block Director . --------- Mrs. Mary Myers Elliott Student Director - Sara Myers Scenery CommitteeYChai1Trnan- -Nellie Gammon with three-act you can't take it with you Riff ff' -J' .Xx- L X ik, "What do you mean it doesrft come off?" queries Linda Jones of Jane Roper after the Elay. "Who dat?" exclaims Chad Reid to Larry Lip am. "Say, you're cute!" says Toni Bourroughs to Skip Manasco. "Hasn't something happened to your figure, Mr. DePinmz?" questions Donna Teague. Changing tradition of class plays . . . theatrical groups combining to present 3-act comedy . . . You Can't Take It With You three performances, March 3 and 4 . . . climaxing year of activity . . . backstage work . . . skits for meeting . . . Mimi Carr, Thespian alumna, speaking on repertory theater . . . capturing second place at Storm Warning with "School Spirit Comes Alive as Handbook Thrives in '65" . . . per- forming "Orchids to St. Valentinev for local Womenis Club, Q99 understanding others X 4 QW ll XM A --1-u-l,. , . ,,' 4 -, I AXXM ,nf X! g through study of foreign languages P C3 S ML? ! A f -HV W Over one-third of the student body participating in the language program . . . offering four years of Spanish, French, and Latin . . . 250 students learning "south of the border" language and customs . . . listening to French tapes . . . translating the Gallic War. fn ' Language students explore a variety of work and pleasure through their texts. Betsy Maloney and Betsy Black arrange "verb birdsv on their tree, GHS's own parade of flags sybolizes the conquests and colonization of foreign countries. "C'est une bonne idee" l1t's a good :deal- Helen Pierce and Lindee Rowe realize to practice correct French enunciation. Chris Hotchkiss exclairns, "C0uldn't be" . . . "Ah, maybe" . . . "Could be" . . . "Of course" les bouffons law 48 Q -9 ... 1 ..M,. . , ,,, ,W , . W., ..., , , .,,,,, on may l maintaining an active interest in FIRST ROW: Porter Horne, Parl.5 Kay VVhite- head, Chap., Judy Block, Treas.g Mrs. Virginia Bartlett, Sponsor, Patsy Garrett, Pres., Linda Bryant, V. Pres, Sue Bourgeois, Sec. SECOND ROW: Eileen,Morrison, Aimee Anderson, Helen Hyatt, Chris Hotchkiss, Kathryn Wixon, Lucy Goddard, Martha Hadley, Suzanne Wadsworth, Shelly Hoade, Sybil Fulrner. THIRD ROW: Lin- da Creathouse, Janice Goodwin, Kay Bourgeois, Pat Neufeld, Sara Myers, Susan Degnehardt, Barbara Robertson, Becky Warden, David Du- senbury, Bruce Greene, FOURTH ROW: Sonja Faber, Mary Lou Fagan, Susan Howard, Jean Johnson, Jane Robbins, Marti Banks, Henry Brown, Skip Manasco, Grayson Brown. FIFTH ROW: Sandy Kaufman, Norman Gilliland, Terry Cassel, Tommy Turner, Pete Stringer, Carl Horne, Albert Ganzenhuber, Scott Tyler. ff' S 'gffi s Q , ax 'B K ,-- 4. 'Y' favuvwwvn., I ' gg, Q 3 foreign dialects Requiring a "Bu average . . . monthly meetings . . . watching the films of France taken by students who have toured there . . . Mary Lou Fagan, David Dusenbury, Aimee Andersen, and Patsy Garret . . . group caroling at Christmas to the French families living in Gaines- ville . . . formal initiation, February 14 . . . including a banquet . . . entertain- ment . . . singing and a guest speaker . . . ending the year with a French club picnic. fir 1 .ee Ps- .V of 5' ' Q. 0 .552 we are r J , ,Y i 3 rf af" be ,. as 14 . X is '21 J V 5-J S Crammed suitcases and car - students are off to represent GHS in the French Congress in Jacksonville. Proud and happy-with candles in hand-new members ready themselves for the singing of u "La Marseillaisev. Endmg a great year with a great time - Suzanne Wadsworth and Barbara Ro zertson enjoy the picnic. 49 los sombreritos sponsoring a famed horticulturist The "little hats" . . . opening its mem- bership to any student interested in Spanish . . . combining some monthly meetings with Los Somberos Altos and Sociedad Honoria Hispanica . . . Los Sombreritos sponsoring Dr. Pompano, February 2 . . . a famed horticulturist, educator and explorer . . . living in the "House of Antigua" in Guatemala . . . speaking at a joint meeting of all Spanish clubs on aspects of life in Central Amer- ica . . . a worthwhile project enriching students with a deeper knowledge of Latin-American culture. FIRST ROW: Dennis Lee, Sec.-Treas., Ioe Parker, Sgt.-at-Amis, Susan Hazen, Pres., Mary Ann Trujillo, V.-Pres., Mrs. Lucile Fain, Spon- sor. SECOND ROW: Becky Buel, Ronda Smith, B. J. Cross, Kathy McGee, Debbie Clock, Diane Gardner, Tudy Hanke, Sandra Hammett, Linda Petrucci, Suzanne Ford, Nan- cy McLeod, Maggie McKean, Mary Ann Pringle, Peggy Eaton, jane Hartman. THIRD ROW: Jeanne Kinser, Linda Ambrose, Kathy Gilford, Kathy Koch, Cindy Dodge, Cathy Gammage, Charmaine Helton, Donna Polsen, 50 Pat Boulware, Mary Palmour, Susan Hennes- sey, Beth Ayers, Mary Leadon. FOURTH ROW: Ronnie Hilliard, James Heatherington, Wayne Green, Stephen Humphrey, Iames Simmons, Bill Chesnut, Larry Davis, Phillip Norwood, Marion Fogers, Beverly Muncy, Amy Yawn, Dee Ann Kuzma, Susan Eddy, Susan Farris. FIFTH ROW: Dick Hudson, Bob Mox- ley, Ronnie Crown, Gary Stanley, Mark Wright, David Bryant, Paul Kremer, L Sikes. Chris Leadon, James Burch, Ronnie rlaigfl brook, Rodney Estes, Barbara Graham. Spanish teachers, Mrs, Jenkins and Mrs. Fain, welcome Dr. Trujillo and guest speaker, Dr. Poponoe, to Wednesday night meeting. A little hat - membership symbol. -'E 0, .. .- 1" Aspiring to a superior on her entry in the State Spanish Conference and anticipating a great time, Margaret Cohen leaves for Dagtona. Excellent accomplis ment in Spanish rewarded- Edith Danford becomes a member of SH H . M giving a great skit in daytona Honoring the highest scholarship in Spanish . . . requiring a 3.8 average . . . member tutoring other students in Span- ish . . . working with L.S.A. in cultural programs . . . bettering community re- lationships with speakers at meeting from different schools . . . Mr. Trujillo speaking about "Operation Amigov . . . ,twenty members attending the Florida State Spanish Conference on March ll and 12 in Daytona Beach. FIRST ROW: Nellie Gammon, Hist., Vicki Krezdom, Tutoring Chair., Helen Hyatt, V.- Pres., Kim Smallwood, Pres.g Leslie Ostrander, Sec., Barbara Wells, Treas.g Beth Gammage, Treas.g Alan Summers, Sgt.-at-Arms. SECOND ROW: Abby Ash, Carol Catotti, Edith Dan- ford, Peggy Thompson, Reba Stone, Margaret Newbury, Ruth Goddard, Kathy McPeek. THIRD ROW: Elaine Tew, Jean johnson Hugh Pendley, Pete Prugh, Dean Niederkohr Peter Bushnell, Ian Dilgren, Barbara White: head, Margaret Cohen, Maureen McKerns Carol Durrance, Cathy Ayers, Linda Davis Diane Scott. FOURTH ROW: Christ Guilarte Evelyn Griffin, Peggy Pettis, Amy Barlow Brad Wagner, Lee Wiltbank. 1 a .12 52 Presenting skits at initiation . . . "juan y Los Frijolesv . . . A Christmas party with P. K. Yonge promoting good com- munity relationships . . . using speakers from the University at Monday night meetings . . . Mrs. Squires, Spanish teach- er from P, K. Yonge . . . speaking on the social customs of Latin American coun- tires . . . Pan American Day . . . carrying flags and recognizing Latin American countries . . . performing Spanish dances . . . singing songs in nespanoli' . . . ac- quainting students with a better knowl- edge of our neighbors to the south . . . sponsoring the Spanish Club picnic at Camp Crystal in the spring . . . swim- ming . . . skiing . . . eating . . . awarding a girl and a boy who shows the greatest profficiency in Spanish for the year . . . climaxing an evenful year for Los Som- breros Altos. advancing community relations FIRST ROW: Barbara Wells, Sgt.-at-Arms, Abby Ash, Treas.g Leslie Ostrander, Sec., Ronnie Doyle, Ist Vice-Pres., Alan Summers, Pres. SECOND ROW: Philip DeLaney, Carolyn Stripling, Jodi Sims, Vicki Krezdom, Carol Catotti, jane Stubbs, Maureen McKems, Helen Hyatt. THIRD ROW: Walter Marchand, Margaret Cohen, Joyce Ryan, Pat jones, Sharon FOURTH ROW: Margaret Gavin, Beth Gammage, Jim Hiltz, Dean Bennett, Peggy Barlow. Clifford, Pete Prugh, Pat Mathis. Robert Puckett, Chris Cuilarte, Sara Meyers, Margaret Keppel, Barbara Martin. FIFTH ROW: Neiclerkohr, Lee Wiltbank, Rick Pettis, Evelyn Griffin, Amy fl EJ ,nffx . .L 1 -X .. ,nf ' ixffl. Tom Hury, Randy Buel. FOURTH ROW: Linda Davis, Ray Iohnson, Carol Durrance, Graylyn Mar- tin, Peter Bushnell, Dale Register, jim Peck, Keith Stelzenmuller. FIFTH ROW: Terry Wilcox, Fred Palmer, Kurt Garrett, Robbie Beach, Rick Stevens, James Gavin, Mike Rowely, Don Turlington, Jim Anthony. "Jack and the Beanstalk with an espanola flavor. Graylen Martin and Ray johnson star. Antics of LSA initiates draw tittefs ffum the aadience. Parade of flags - the traditional beginning of Pan-American Day Celebratzbn. 53 .' I ab: disciguli antiquorum FIRST ROW: Mrs. Beatrice Sweeney, Advisor, Tommy Soxman, Treas., Rob Barnes, V. Pres., Norma Reddish, Sec., Nancy Stapleton, Hist. SECOND ROW: Beverly Hartwell, Debbie Tay- lor, Cathy Alvarez, Peggy Thompson, Marsha Mathews, Bonita Pagnozzi, Jeanne Rousseau. THIRD ROW: Carol May, Diane Primo, Larry Ballard, David Bryant, Richard Wamer, Fred Pirkle, David Himmelman, Jeff Cliett, Janis Keefe, Teddy George, Debbie Fogal. FOURTH ROW: Don Wyatt, Bice Hope, Barton Douglas, David Hirst, John Steeger, Mike Holmes, Robert Butcher, Marc Morgan, Larry Sandefur, Kathy Meerman, Mickie Doerr. attending district and state forums Open to students maintaining a "Bn average . . . to all students in third and fourth year . . . monthly meetings . . . hearing Mrs. Pullen from P. K. Yonge speak . . . showing slides of Italy . . . giv- ing a traditional banquet . . . flowing togas . . . authentic Roman customs and food . . . sponsoring a bake sale, Ian- uary 29 to raise money for attending District 8 Latin Forum, February 19, in Ocala . . . and State Latin Forum in Coral Gables during the spring. 51? -uhh ' E I 1 s I E 54 - f l . ,, a gl Jr! - gr' :.. . Z. X x ww- it--4 5-Q I .limi ,,., . Dan Greathouse, president, welcomes second semester initiates. Last minute roll call, loading projects, cameras, and other paraphenalia, cramming for contests-and then- off to the District Forum in Ocala. "And how many chickens dull you eat, Senator Soxman?" "Et tu, Brute." "O haec Alma Mater nostra gloriosa . . ." 'Roman' folksingers, Cathy Alvarez and Rosemary Threatte, interest banqueters with a transhztion of GI-IS's Alma Mater. 55 I.. 'Q il :YE Eli mystery of numbers 56 challenging to students The exact science, . . . a pillar of Wisdom wi-th many bases . . . build- ing number systems . . . seeking to 1' break them into their primitive ele- ments . . . at GHS an enormous total of over 1500 students enrolled in mathematics opening new domains of math . . . modern math bringing in the con-temporary role of the subject . . . confronting events not strictly predictable . , . 12 able math teach- ers transforming reality into abstract models . . . mathematics, a free crea- tion of -the human brain. ffl 2577 "Constructing is fun," says Dennis, "just like kindergarten was!" The overhead reflects the mysterious world of solid geometry. I wonder what type of figures Kirby Green is thinking of. Carol Durrance finds that math isn't as easy as pie or 'rr . mu alpha theta featuring statistician, dr. w.o. ash Beginning the year with a picnic in September for old members . . . require- ments for membership . . . an overall GB" average in math . . . a vivid interest in mathematics . . . November 3, initia- tion . . . Mrs. VVanninger addressing ini- tiates and members . . . and a candle- lighting ceremony . . . Dr. Willard Ash speaking to the club on probability and statistics, january 27 . . . Mu Alpha Theta sponsoring a national math exam. of ,Z Master chefs, Mel, Phillip, and Allen barbeque at club picnic. Dr. Ash shows the binominal probabi- lity of the Pascal triangle. as speaker FIRST ROW: Vicki Krezdom, Ellen Oster- bind, Debbie Taylor, Pat Newfeld, Carolyne McElwee, Barbara Whitehead, Leslie Os- trander, Mary Haernmerlie. SECOND ROW: Ray Johnson, Ceorgianne English, Carol Catotti, Helen Hyatt, Dede Haem- merlie, Reba Stone, James Teller, Norman Cilliand. THIRD ROW: Lynn Tyner, Nan Calaway, Janeen. Larson, Kay Bourgeois, Cheri Karns, D. Wyatt, Sonja Faber, Gray- son Brown. FOURTH ROW: Bill O'Dell, Larry Ballard, Don Madison, Marti Banks, Holly Stewart, Pete Prugh. Marilou Fagen, David Dusenbury. Judy Block. Bill Van Veldhusien. FIFTH ROVV: John Steeger, Eddie Reid, Carl Horne, Jimmy Manning, Frank Hartman, Scott Tyler, Hugh Pend- ley, Terry Kite, Keith Stelzenmuller, Dale Register. FIRST ROW: Mrs, Wanninger, Advisor, Kathy McPeek, Sec., Sharlan Eng, Treas.g Porter Horne, Pres. SECOND ROW: Norma Reddish, Peggy Thompson, Kay VVhitehead, Lucy Goddard, Sheri Bianco, Linda Davis. THIRD ROW: Jeannie Beatte, Judy Ward, Nellie Gammon, Beth Cammage, Cathy Ayers, Becky Warden. FOURTH ROW: Janice Goodwin. Margaret Cavan, Jean Johnson, Elaine Tew. Don Turlington, Pe- ter Bushnell. FIFTH ROW: Ben Stallmen, lim Anthony, Bill Deas, George Hass, Bruce Green. carousel combining delightful music, -ma Q , J 1 .2 ,f 1 lv ,L E,4V,W7::3 gVVi,V,A,Hcf,? -fam ff iff ,-ff A A4, 5 , riff, I 2: 1 'Rai 60 Carousel barker Billy Bigelow Une Bryantj, the lovely Julie Jordan QCathy Aluarezl, and the vivacious Carrie Pizmeridee I Vickie Brinsonl' Officials gather as Billy dies. "Believe him, darling!" begs Billy. "Well, this is H IM I" colorful scenes Unluclcy Billy questions, "Hey, are you cheating, Iiggcr?', Nettie comforts julie with the beautiful I "You'll Never Wall: Alone". f -.gk x XXX ,,.-4, FIRST ROW: Danny Kinchen. Eddie Reid, Clarence Rutledge, Iimmy VVhitney, Steve Shepherd, Larry Lipham, Larry Mott, Rodney Rogers. Ierry Stenhens. Charlie Shephard, Iames Kirk- land. SECOND ROW: Mark Wright, Boomer Hough, Mel Cas- well. Burt Ayers. Larry Davis, Jerry Douglas. Tommy Lane, Dennis Sommer, David Baily, A. I. Land. THIRD ROW: Tony Kennan. Richard Robinson. Bill Sanford. james Witt. Victor Cray, David Lancaster, Richard Greene. Ice Smith. Mike Nixan, Tom- my Thomas. FOURTH ROW: Frank Smith, Walter Carr, Donald Madison. Terry Cassel, Donald Hampton, Ioe Bryant, Charles Iohnwick. james Pickett, Chad Reed, Jerry Smith. 61 chorus pleasing and entertaining audiences MADRICAL SINCERS: Dennis Sommer, Mary Jane Bowles, Larry Lipham, Terry Cassel, JoAnne Fulwood, Eddie Reid, Candy Anderson Victor Gray, Sue Widmayer, Ierry Greene, Joe Bryant, Reda Robinson, 62 with group performances MIXED CHORUS FIRST HOW: Jimmy Whitne , Treus. Steve Shepherdi Pres. Lurry Liphum, Bus. Magr. Bert Ayers. V. Pres. SECOND ROW: Cathy Alvarez Sue Wiclmaycr Vickie Brinson JoAnne F ulwood Mary jane Bowles Eddie Reid Clarence Rutledge Jerry Creene Dennis Sommer Pam Whitworth Pat Lenalian Judy Hooker Suzanne Ford Linda Creathouse THIRD ROW: Ruth Goddard Lynn jones Amy Smith Mary Ann Thompson Lorelei Esser Valorie Newton 513 MELODETTES: Pat Boulware, Jane Roper, Kay Whitehead, Lynn Jones, Kathryn Brooke, Linda English Teddy George Caccompanistj, Cathy Alvarez, Ian Dilgren, Vickie Brinson. Pat Boulware june Coffin Evin Jones Kay Whitehead FOURTH ROW: Kathy Trotter Pam Priem Connie Turner Elizabeth Crozier Ken Murrell Teddy George Mel Caswell Tommy Lane David Wright Donna Middleton Cissy Roundtree Jane Roper Cheri Karns Rose Threatte FIFTH ROW: Linda English Elizabeth Chavers Ian Dilgren Kathryn Brooke Frank Smith Terry Cassel Joe Bryant chorus reflecting diversity ot talents u F 1 CHORELETTES COUNTRYFOLKg Karen Stack, Terry Cassel, Bert Ayers, Melvin Caswell, The Travelers, Rose T hreatte, Candy Anderson. FIRST ROW: Susan McKinney, V. Pres.: Cheryl Caldwell, Pres.: Sue Cooper, Sec. SECOND ROW: Pat Colding, Karen Stack, Debbie Hall, Kathy Wixon, Carol Chancey, Val Gull, Francis Ford, Kyle Lansdale, THIRD ROW: Donna Polsen, JoAnne Hester, Sally Shipp, Darlene Wil- son, Sylvia Fussel, Dena Connerly, Lynda Perry, Jo Ann Weaver. FOURTH ROW: Sonya Bogan, Linda McPhail, Twana Mayfield. Amy Yawn, Lee Gibbs, Jacqui Kams, Sue Beckham, Patty George. FIFTH FOdW: jennifer Hanson, Peggy Eaton, Kim Love, Nina Carr, Nancy Craw- or . 64 voice mixed chorus . . . 45 voice girls' chorus . . . 43 voice boys' chorus . . . CHS choruses traditionally ranking superior in district and state competition . . . committees coordinating ads, pro- grams, scenery, costumes, properties, make-up to create magnificent Broad- way presentation "Murph" over-see- ing all activity staging six spectacu- lar performances of "Carousel" . . . cho- ruses . . . ensembles . . . soloists . . . 19 student vocalists at state vocal clinic in January . . . hosting the district vocal clinic . . . Madrigals, Chorelettes and folk groups entertaining . . . holiday celebrations, civic meetings, school as- semblies, baccalaureate and gradua- tion. highlighting half-time and games Rotating fiery batons . . . high-step- ping and vivacious . . . 13 gleaming girls leading the band onto the field and in parades . . . gracing the floor shows at dances and basketball games . . . rating superior at all band marching contests . . . glittering costumes and sparkling rou- tines . . . adding an irreplaceable touch of glamour to most school activities . . . all perfecting their skills during a major- ette camp dLu'ing the summer . . . giving a spectacular presentation at Storm Warning and Homecoming . . . all bub- bling over with charm. Robin Gerke, oo-head, Verna McKinney, co-head. Maiorettes display whirl of fire. GHS core-Vicki McMillan, Cindy Dodge, Susie Smith, Jenny Wright, Linda Reynolds, Mary Jane Below, Marti Banks, Phyllis Goff, Judy Kilgo, Carolyn Emo, Becky Peek. band FIRST ROW: john Boyd, Rolf Kuhns, Steve Kress, Marlene Robinson, Karen Casey, Donna Thomas, Linda Franks, Karen Poole, Karl Rumbaugh, julie Bird, Ann Brown, Patti Cook, Nancy Walters, Margaret Newbury, Morya Willis, Peter Bushnell, Ronda Smith, Sarah Vories. SECOND ROW: Mike Searles, Sam Brown, Marilyn Bolton, Marshall Palmer, Stephanie Osgood, Geoff Cliett, Carol Catotti, Charles Shaffer, Linda Wilkenson, Carol Thomas, Bill Coolsby, jan Hopf, Leon Fowler, Bill Bennett, Richard Omer, Stan Swain, Scott Tyler, Marvin earning S2400 Left-right, left-right-Fred Slade rests after miles of drilling. Bill Bennet-a lone sax player after hours. Enthusiasm, loyalty, school spirit- the Pep Band's always there to promote it. Spivey, Susan Howard, Wanda Allen, Charles Hooker. THIRD ROW: Hal Wil- mot, Bob Stahmann, Oler Crosby, Chris Yontz. Ed Hill, Barton Douglas, Steve john- son, Ray Johnson, Marvin Rogers, Chuck Carmen, Billy Farrell, Phil Lowe, Sharlan Eng, Debbie Crown, jon Rhoads. Iackie Sakton, Donna Catotti, David Boothby, Rex Hall, Fred Slade, Dale Todd, Bill Lear, Victor Cray. FOURTH ROW: Fred Aw- brey, Ben Hough, Larry Bobroff, Lewis Deen, Linda Ambrose, Charles Musgrave, John Bolles. NOT PICTURED: David Dus- enbury. for Chattanooga "Introducing the GHS band" . . . 85 band members performing in spectacu- lar half-time shows . . . raising 32,400 to take three buses to the Chattanooga football game . . . sponsoring car washes . . . serving cokes Friday nights at Frischis . . . selling chicken dinners be- fore the Greenwood game . . . rating superior in the marching contest. De- cember 4 . . . competing in the District Contest, March 19 . . . the State Con- test, May 12-14 . . . presenting a fall and spring concert, both for student and night-time audiences . . . the Pep Band . . . a volunteer group . . . playing at early moming pep rallies, parades, and basketball games. orchestra u I ' contr1but1ng talents to carousel, 68 FIRST ROW: Porter Horne, Geraldine Davis, Mike Holmes, Marc Morgan, Karen Poole, julie Bird, Peter Bushnell, Donna Thomas, Carl Horne, Lynn Tyner, joy Hetherington. SECOND ROW: Linda Sheffield, Janeen Larson, Betsy Maloney, Ann Fearney, Sharlan Eng, Iohn Boyd, Bill Bennett, Donna Catotti, Ray Johnson, Chris Yantz, Marvin Spivey, Sarah Vories, Hal Wilmot, Kit Ellerbe, Eileen Bird, Sybil Fulmer. NOT PICTURED: Karen Casey, Robina Eng, Suzanne Fatham, Victor Grav, jim Lenahan, Fred Palmer, Alan Rhoads, John Rhoads, Nancy Spear, David Thorp, Midge Wyman. concerts and youth orchestra ,gfff Practice and perseverance result in a superb concert periormance. A good com ination- - ears o ex ' y f per-:ence and innate ability. Assisting the choruses in the six per- formances of Carousel . . . playing the musical arrangements for "If I Loved You" . . . "You'll Never Walk Alone" . . . "June Is Bustin' Out All Over" . . . 39 orchestra members this year . . . directed by Mrs. Dorothy Reaves, veteran direc- tor and talented musician . . . daily class and weekly after-school rehearsals . . . performing with P. K. Yonge, West- wood and Buchholz musicians in Youth Orchestra performance February 3 . . . 20 All-State representatives . . . belong- ing to the National Federation of Music . . . attending the Chamber Music Con- cert . . . traveling to Daytona Beach for State Orchestra Contest in the spring . . . final spring concert, April 29 . . . featuring seniors as soloists . . . concert followed by traditional reception honor- ing the senior members. ,fl 1 ,,,-1' M physical education instigating this year 70 , mek ,M awww: f wmv- wazbm .I '4 QWWYW ii. '2 'z-vi 6 El ' MM , 2 ' ' afyrf 52.2 iff: uf ,'.a?' 7 " Hr ff,Qf?5 f AW N - fi c' fffgm JI, ,U wwf , . J. ' . , , , i ,Q .WW ,,'f 1 A 1, 1? Qlifp -'lit H , ' ,Q M 'HY . , f !,,r,,,,v,5,,,,f,, , M . , , . gh A . ' Q?pyfqzx4wmWMy W7 a new coed program Participating in many sports . . . bad- minton . . . volleyball . . . basektball . . . studying health . . . learning modern dance . . . boys playing touch football . . . basketball . . . emphasizing the building up of strength through the weight lifting program . . . 31 new 335,000 weight lifting room . . . over 38,000 in equipment . . . beginning a new program this year . . . a coeducational section . . . bowling . . . table tennis . . . and paddle tennis. of xr, QSVILLF I Y . 4 fQme39 ' r cgkglxtliqs 41:22:95 High in the air, in a precarious position, Jo Ponzio's form is shown in the swan. i'Mayhe I can get it down the right alley this time," hopes Jimmy M cClean. Chin up, Jeff Jones, things could be heavier! Up, down, up, down, part of the dailr routine in Boys' P.E. "No matter llow I serve it, it keeps coming back," says Mark M cKinley. gaa stimulating an interest in sports , 40 members participating in various fs' sports . . . tennis, volleyball, archery, ' . H badminton, bowling . . . receiving let- ters for participating in athletic events, weekly meetings, and special projects . . . showing skills learned in afternoon meetings . . . having fun in the club's " second year at GHS. -lx Stix, 'wk Judy Ward's getting ready to show us a fancy "figure 8." Earning a "Gi, letter is the goal of all GAA girls. FIRST ROXV: Jo Anne Fulwood, Treas.g Dianne Boothby, Points Chairman, Judy VVard, Pres., Sandra Thomas, V. P. Jeanne Stewart. SECOND ROW: Cherry Milliken Elmyra Patrick, Sonja Faber, Joy Kilpatrick, Carol WVid: mayer. Terry Ann Johnson, Charlotte Merrell, Pat Doyle Cathy smart. THIRD ROW: Susie cmnko, Phyurs Ezeuj 72 1 Nancy Stapleton, Eilleen Strickland, Lilibet Vass, Kay Nocks, Nina Geiger, Debbie Clock, Janis Jeffcoat. FOURTH ROW: Mary Talbot, Debra Neill, Lorraine Nero, Terry Wilcox, Amy Barlow, Janice Ridgeway, Bar- bara Verink, Sue Hirst, Linda Allums. Yi "Who cares if the sweater doesrft fit? There's a "G" on it! declares Ann Campbell to Gene Branch H igh-strategy conference at Intramural Basketball game. g club honoring the "g" A club honoring all GHS boys letter- ing in sports . . . perfecting a certain skill . . . practicing long hard hours on the football field . . . playing in at least ll quarters . . . doing tedious drills on the basketball court . . . cold wintry days practicing spring sports . . . play- ing in 15 innings . . . competing in in- tramurals . . . buying new uniforms for the games . . . playing basketball through March. XXYXK QNX , gram: ,rx I FIRST ROW: Steve Burge, Pres., Bill Zetrouer, V. Pres., Sandy Cruickshanks, Treas.g Eugene Branch, Sec., Mike Oyenarte, Chap. SECOND ROW: Len Fuller, Tommy Hanssen, Larry Keen, Randy Sarokin, Larue Lackey, Kim Helton, Kenny Mack, Jimmy Lay, Alan Summers, Ronnie Doyle, Rick Copeland. THIRD ROW: Tommy Cassett, Tommy Thomas, Rick Stevens, Bill Van Veldhuisen, Larry Brasington, Ken Parker, Larry Wolfe, Pete Enwall, Bert Ayers, Grayson Brown. Steve Leggett, David Crowder. FOURTH ROW: Ray Merrill, jimmy Perkins, Denny Vidal, Bill Deas, George Haas, Bobby Roundtree, Randy Shad- burn, Mac Stipanovich, jim Roper, Dan Morgan, Iim Manning. ff social studies seeking answers to today's dilemmas A composite . . . comprehending world affairs . . . insighting the future . . . recreating the past . . . understand- ing our heritage and how the govern- ment functions . . . contrasting the ma- jor political doctrines of our world . . . at a recent National Convention for S0- cial Studies GHS,s system of teaching serving as an example for the state and country . . . surpassing others by its team teaching and the building used . . . assisting students by a TA library with many helpful facilities available. 74 ' Nw-., . . ,,. -... W " rv. Q " 3' ,t 1 13-,.. 5 . f 5 5 5 W, xv Z s g ' ,. 5 1 4 , ff -4 .,,, ,-.wwf kgitt, ff f' '-A 1 I Yf gm 4 6' gf I 5 QV,1,,, if 13444515 ff-1 5.46. I' V.-1--""""'W' xx, 'Mn ,, Linda Kuitert locates politically signi icant areas enriching her civil un erstanding. Mr. Joe Lowe points out certain important paragraphs in parallel reading to Maureen McKerns. Alien artifacts - visual aids are an integral part of the appreciation of foreign cultures. 75 science an 3... 76 'sg "Wonder if they can suspend magnesium stripsgor smoking in the la ?" A. P. Biology speaker, Dr. Edward W. Swenson, lzead of Pulmonary Disease Division, J. I-Iillis Miller Medical Center. 2nd semester instructor, Lt. Col. Jos. Hamilton, prepares for tomorroufs lessons. Aftermath of an experiment. "Wonder what these fellows used to look like,?" question Margaret Gauan and Randy Wilson. accepting the many X X N J ' 1 f..,7,nw-7. . fu l -4. -4. Meal... new challenges of the 60's Questing for the truth about material things . . . the GHS department consist- ing of 9 science courses constantly strives to upgrade all phases of scien- tific learning . . . learning the action and reactions of the elements through chem- istry . . . exploring the functions of liv- ing animals and plants in Biology . . . dealing with the behavior of forces in the Universe and on the earth in Physics and Physics II . . . offering Advanced Placement Biology . . . the only school in the state having this course . . . giving college credit for work done during the course. V 3 E . serving as 1 I s FIRST ROW: Mrs. Louise Ash. Advisor, joel Costantino. V. Pres., Jean johnson, Pres.g Norma Reddish, Sec. SECOND ROW: Leslie Williams, Beverly Hartwell, Tommy Soxman, Pete Prugh, Vicki Krezdorn, Mary Haemmerlie. THIRD ROW: Don Madison. Jeff Lally, Lynn Bargert Abby Ash. FOURTH ROW: Skip Manasco, Mike Rowley, Bruce Green, Randy McDavid. 78 state secretary 18 members listening intensely to weekly lectures . . . Dr. Brant speaking on Hiroshima and the results of the bombing . . . Mr. Prugh showing hun- dreds of Florida fossils . . . Mr. Gallagher explaining how the weather works and its different patterns . . . selling school stationery with an etching of GHS on the front . . . participating in many field trips . . . Nuclear Reactor, Com- puter Lab at UF, Cedar Key, Audubon excursions . . . handing in papers to be judged for state convention . . . present- ing th-em to the club and to the state . . . this chapter serving as the state secretary. -4.4-f' f54lLfl??7g5 A A r hs- -"'L"y' J. fs, ,.. M ...tam ,.,W......n.-.,.....,.a.,..,.....,.,,.........-.......-,.,,,,, ,. Jo.. V --4 -- W ,,,.,,,A,,w M V , r , ' ' "No, I can't buy stationary from you", says Bruce Green to Norma Reddish. "I have some to sell, tool" Future geologist? Maybe, but right now Pruglfs working on his science project, Pete I i FIRST ROXV: Cobie Middlehoven. VVays and Meansg Carol May, Treas.g Sandy Kaufman. Pres,g Anne Strickland, V. Pres.g Susan Howard. Chap. SECOND ROXV: Debra Neill, Becky Buel, Diane Kite, Terry Ann Johnson. Carol Catotti. Barbara Lloyd, Frances O'steen. Iudy Chalxy June Swilley. Rosie Mixson, Linda Harvey. THIRD ROWV: Donna Thomas, Olivia Diaz, Val Gull, Willene Rice, Nancy LaBelle. Debbie Fogal, Linda Sheffield, Iudy Har- para-medical stuffing dolls Training for a six-week provisional period before each year . . . learning the primary techniques of being a nursels aid . . . hearing speakers at the monthly meetings . . . stuffing dolls and animals for Ship Hope . . . sponsoring bake sales and car Washes to earn money for the Nursing Center . . . working Saturday mornings at the hospital . . . helping the nurses . . . changing beds . . . giving baths . . . preparing for a future in the medical field. vey, Judy Rose, Audrey Harrell. FOURTH ROW: Nete Price, Lynn VanLeer, Lynn Martin, Ann Brown, Lyda Brunson, Barbara Cwin, Carla Ioyne. FIFTH ROW: Laury Ballard, Betty Brunson, Amelia Caroll. Amy Barlow, Charlotte Hart, Linda Bracewell, Frannette Ridgely. Barbara Verink, Barbara White- ford, Marie Ward, jerry Stephens. Symbol of Caduceus. Val Gull and Donna Thomas stand by ready to help. 79 relating to vocations or avocations The whir of sewing machines . . . the hum of engines . . . the click of the univax . . . the squeal of breaks . . . sounds of vocational courses completing the curriculum of a comprehensive high school . . . drivers' education and traffic safety . . . electronics . . . child develop- ment . . . clothing and textiles . . . food and nutrition . . . housing and home furnishings. . . D.C.T.Ag. and advanced agriculture . . . preparing students for immediate entry into vocations or pleas- urable leisure activity. "Which one? Which one?" queries Tom Wylie as he works on the computefs memory bank "Why do I have to know how this thing runs? I just want to drive!" First step in converting an old house trailer into a farm equipment trailer-Rodney Rogers tears it up New spring wardrobes for Patsy Garrett and Leslie Ostrander. Tommy H owze checks voltage differences on the oscilloscope. Kindergarten days relived bu Linda Davis for child development observation. ,ww 3 f up 7 fm- II tx Y! -E .15 vs: if' 'v uhm I if .l, I, 1 Nb. X4 fi 1 vfyjfi u. uulfr' 4 ,nf A 'bjlgrtgg .a .ff pax 53,56 Y 51 BFG :U fwoq '9 be Q. , I5 ww wifi 3 N .SE switching from class N , ,J FIRST ROW: Cathy Roland, Rec. Sec.g Kay johns, Corr. Scc.g Mr. Roy Towers, Advisorg Lenora Io Hendrix. Pres.g Diane Colden. Treas. SECOND ROW: Bill Treaster, Linda Hall, Luticia Stanley, Ann Harrison, Mike Pruitt. THIRD ROW: Merle Wilson. Edward Canino, Billy Hickson, Martin Law. Tim Packard, Linda Coffee. FOURTH ROW: Tim Looney, David Meyer, Charles Anderson, Ralph Warrington. Ted Dykes, Thomas Henley, johnny Lucius, David Singletary. Integral part of GHS vocational edu- cation curriculum and a social club . . . twenty-three juniors and seniors begin- ning the day at 7:20 . . . classes until noon . . . switching to office, store or plant for afternoon work hours . . . 540 Work hours . . . winning individual and club honors . . . Mike Pruitt, "Mr. Co- operative Education Clubs of Floridav . . . Lenora Hendricks, district governor . . . impromptu speaking district winner, Linda Corfee . . . breaking school and work routine with early-bird breakfasts and club luncheorfs. Thzs won t hurt a Int Lenora Io H endrwks, using the community as classrooms FIRST ROW: Ralph Babineaux, Parl.g Kathleen Williams, Sec.g Iunis Williams, Reporterg Mary Ann Ridgell, Treas.g Janice Hudson, Chap.g Io Ann Deas, Pres., Winston Iones, V. Pres.g Sheila Mullins, Sec.g Mr. Robert Iustiss, Advi- sor. SECOND ROW: Minnie Lancaster, Alma Pickett, Ronnie Hines, Robert Cod- win, Emory Estes, Frank Blanton, Rob- ert Waldo. Peggy Cranford, David Cor- bitt. THIRD ROW: Frank Salisbury, Harold Moore. Larry Kerby. Phil Haw- ley. Mel Caswell, Fred Wilson, Gene Arnold. UHZHH3 an, I. C. Lynd chapter . . . on-the-job hours following classroom instruction . . . train- ing to give job experience before high school graduation . . . using the retail business community as classrooms . . . learning in B-8, A-3, and TA and at Uni- versity Photo . . . Chestnutis . . . Pantry Pride . . . Fields, etc .... getting along in the student school world and in the adult business world . . . relaxing from class and work at early breakfasts and luncheons . . . climaxing the year with the traditional Employer-Employee ban- quet honoring employers. Phil Hawley straightens the stock at University City Photo. "Haw about this one?" asks saleslady JoAnn Deas. ,,, M ilce Beltz proudly displays a Yamaha-100 at CycleRama, Mgr. Trainee Clifton Philman takes change for the register to Ginger Smith at Pantry Pride. practicing theory Heaclstart on a career . . . regular curriculum and courses in selling, retail and wholesale merchandising . . . morn- ings, theory, afternoon, practice . . . working at Pantry Pride, Cycle-Rama. Southern Bell Telephone, Robertson's jewelry, Rutherforcls and throughout the business community . . . D.E.C.A. na- tion-wicle organization . . . sharing job experiences at club breakfasts and lun- cheons . . . enjoying annual senior dinner. FIRST ROW: Hortense Ckark, Martha Davis, Tom LaMee, Bruno Sommer, Patricia Ransom, Larry James, Larry Townsend, Mr. Tom Cooper, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Rama Estes, Ls-:Netia Sullivan, Wanda Cason, Patricia Kirby, Sharon Shiver, Virginia joseph, Ginger Smith. THIRD ROW: Clifton Philman, Michael Freiclman. Mike Beltz, Wayne Walker, Randall Perkins, Austin Tyre. M collecting treats for unicef Playing "trick or treatv Halloween night . . . collecting S250 for United Na- tions international children's education fund . . . learning laundering care of fabrics in Maytag demonstration . . . visiting nursery to observe and learn . . . working on chapter and state degrees . . . holding Sears banquet for community leaders in the spring. I EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: FIRST ROW: OND ROW: Carol Dow, Linda Roberts, Mrs. Forest Hillyard, Sponsorg Pat Boul- Terry Wilcox, Cathy Sherman, Ginny ware, Becky Criswell, Diane Boothsby, Holsapple. Donna Catotti, Charlotte Marrel. SEC- Peggy xzly Xl 'L ur? L 1 1 'I . My ' f' 'g Nursery observation time. V , "Well, they gave us 'Q money for Unicerf' "MaytagYtwins" show resu ts , of proper and improper laundry techniques. J? Q X.. 86 f E FIRST ROW: Clent Beck, Treas.g Sidney Hazen, Sec., jerry VVetherington, Pres., jim Coleman, V. Pres., Larry James. Sentinel. SECOND ROW: A.D. Hales, David Hunter, Howard Smitli, Dan Wilson, Bob Holder, Rodney Rogers, Leroy Haire, Eddie Willis, THIRD ROW: Francis McLeod, Ken Feaster, Jim Holmes, Don Cowart, joe Babineaux, Johnny Hull, Alfred Dickerson, James Boston. FOURTH ROW: Carl Simmons, Stanley Breland, Bill Looney, Danny Martin, David Hagan, Don Hagan, Chris Cummings, Morgon Bass. NOT PICTURED: Russell Hill, Reporter. ranking nationally with poultry judging team Winning 15 first place and 9 second place ribbons in the Tampa State Fair . . . second place in the Poultry judging contests . . . gaining experience in dairy and livestock judging contests, Feb. 5 . . . helping at the Gainesville Steer Show, March 10 . . . attending the for- estry meet at Austin Cary Memorial for- est, March 11 . . . designing the "farm- cityi' week display . . . james Coleman and Clent Beck attending State FFA Convention in Daytona during Iune. Prelude to beautiful flowers a portable greenhouse. Harold Burch works on his shop project, Feeding time - Howard Smith fills the pans in the guinea pig cage. 87 E continuing tradition of the 3 r's T wow FIRST ROVV: Mrs. Anita Doyle, Sponsorg Connie Turner, Hist.g Indy VVard. Pros.: Martha Iladlcy, Sec.-Treats., Linda Haymans, Chap. SECOND ROVV: Katie Coates. Donna Middleton. Susan Mt-Kinrwy. Linda Moore. Sharon Butler, Debbie Taylor. Marilyn Cmnt. Kathy VVillia1ns. THIRD ROW: Kyle Lansdale. Joyce Burton, Mary Moffett. Sylvia Fussel, Vicki Krezdorn, Kathy l ...m,,W-hm Discussing imaginary problems in buzz groups . . . decorating the library with 1 turkeys for Thanksgiving Faculty Tea . preparing sandwiches and Russian Tea . . . checking and rechecking names, grades, homeroorns, addresses, and phone numbers for the Student Direc- tory . . . sending four delegates to the Clearwater convention . . . installing of- ficers at spring banquet . . . coming closer to our goal of teaching. Steps in the education process-F.T.A. student, intern, teacher. Happiness for Kathy Barnett and Sybil Fulmer is phones and F.T.A. sponsored student directories. Gilford. Margie Gorton, Kathy Barnett. FOURTH ROW: Pat Mathis. julie wood, Susan Land. Karen Lineaweaver. Sybil Fulmer. Bird. Jacqui Karns. Diane Boothby, JoAnn Ful- VViggins. Mary Ann Trujillo. FIFTH ROW: A. I. Weatherington. Kit Ellerbe. Mike Rowland, Bill Peggy Pettis, Nancy Crawford, Carolyn McElwee, tg, organizations 5 1 12 ,K I -, -Inf, . 'TSN 12.7157 l x - ffjggax M iq we ,- .:..,., x WS f A A ,,x,..t,-,.- rw ,hw f- r pf L N af- , W h,,4,W,,M,,.,,w,, Kathy Gallagher, Vice-Presidentg Elaine Tew, Corresponding Secretaryg Mrs. Cela Hendrickson, advisory Pete Enwall, Student Body President. Scholarship Drive receives flag full of money, Cheerleaders collect as flag bearers. Nancy Mitchell just can't get used to those meetings at 7:30 in the morning. A student council homecoming, scholarship Meeting at 7:30 a.rn. and p.m ,... eating early-morning breakfasts at Aunt Jemima's . . . entertaining the Sopho- mores with an Orientation skit . . . pro- viding the gym with glass backboards , FIRST ROW: Bill Zetrouer, Beth Gammage, Rec. Sec.: Karen Johnson, Rec. Sec., Elaine Tew, Corr. Sec.: Pete Enwall, Pres.: Kathy Gallagher, V. Pres.: Cathy Alvarez, Chap.: Cissy Round- tree, Trea.s.g Allen DeLaney, Parl. SECOND ROW: Claudia Musgrave, David Boothby, Mary Tunstall, Dalton Kephart, Pam Fletcher, Cathy Gammage, Jan Ailstock, Joanne Deas, Leslie Ostrander, Lucy Goddard, Mary Haemmerlie, Barbara Wells, Kathy McGee, Barb Myking, Marilyn Pearl. THIRD ROW: Pat Giffin, John Macdonald, Raymond Rozier, Elaine Deaux, Susan Penk, Nancy Mitchell, Cynthia Dekle, Linda Bryant, Pat . . collecting money for the Scholarship Drive . . . filling Christmas baskets for the needy . . . working long hours on Homecoming . . . planning a dance to top it off . . . keeping students in line with a traffic court . . . governing the school democratically. Mathis, Sheila Mullins, Linda Edwards, Susan Keel, Mike Fagan. FOURTH ROW: Artie Wilson, Clint Beck, Sidney Hazen, John Bolles, Alan Summers, Barbara Martin, Jean Johnson, Ann Hart- man, Carol Ann Roundtree, Kathy Marsh, Mary Jane Bethel, Betsy Black, Christine Nadeau, Donna Teague, Mary Ann Prin- gle, Larry Brasington. FIFTH ROW: John Tunstall, Tom Sox- man, Lauris Vidal, Scooter Gallagher, Steve Lawrence, George Haas, Mel Hedick, Joel Costantino, Cathy Ayers, Carolyn Emo, Terry Young, Dee Ann Kuzma, Peggy Eaton, Mary Palmour, Linda Lou Hamens. national honor societz . . h1g11 1dea1s, excellence, NHS membership . . . a coveted honor that means . . . proudly being tapped with NHS emblem . . . participating in TH long hours of tutoring . . . working hard . X to maintain high scholastic average . . . I ' having fun at club's first social party . . . N recognizing those students outstanding . in classes wearing the gold tassel at graduation and having it swing for hon- - f or . . . being a part of the school's l RQ activities and proudly setting an example l in for the rest of student body . . . achiev- .1 , f V M mg the goals set by many . . . an honor I 4 well deserved. ,I , 'Q I A - 1' S fi I Q! ., Q ,, xi Mg ' I .h my ,,,. ,,.., FIRST ROW: Lynn Barger, Hist.g Joel Constantino. V. VVarden, Peggy Pettis, Judy Block. Amy Barlow, Judy Pres.g David Dusenbury, Pres.g Cathy Ayers. Sec.g Sharlan Ward. Janice Ridgway. Linda Davis. FOURTH ROW: Eng. Treas. SECOND ROW: Susan Bourgeois, Peggy Linda Bryant. Peter Bushnell. James George, Keith Stel- Thompson. Martha Hadley. Barbara King. Kay Whitehead, zenmuller. Scott Tyler. FIFTH ROW: Pete Enwall, Allen Kathy McPeek. THIRD ROVV: Dede Haemmerlie, Becky Delaaney, Bill Deas. Jim Manning. Dan Morgan. J 9 2 and a gold tassel FIRST ROW: Susan Degenhardt, Margaret Newbury, Pat Neufeld, Leslie Ostrander, Elaine Tew, Beth Gam- mage, Terry Young, Cathy Alvarez, Alicia Pavelka, Lindee Rowe, Nan Calaway. SECOND ROW: Sonia Faber, Abby Ash, Vicki Krezdorn, Lynda Kastor, Edith Danford. Norma Reddish, Kenny Snyder, Rocky Es- posito, Skip Monasco, Debbie Taylor, Reba Stone, Carol Catotti, Bruce Green. THIRD ROW: Kay Bourgeois, Carol Durrance, Pete Prugh, David Bryant, Tom Tum- er, Helen Hyatt, Cheri Kams, Sue Widmayer, Barbara Whitehead, Susan Denkewalter. FOURTH ROW: Eddie Reid, Bill Lear, Randy McDavid, Jim Watson, Richard Volmer, Brad Wagner, Albert Ganzenhuber, Terry Kite, Nellie Gammon, Susan Clarkson, Linda Boyles, Patsy Garrett, Chris Hotchkiss. FIFTH ROW: Bill VanVeldhuisen, Norman Gilliland, Bill O'Dell, Dale Register, Tom Beard, Frank Hartman, Riki Bennett, Artie Wilson, Danny Davis, Jim Peck, Marti Banks, Carolyn Youngblood, Evelyn Griffin. Symbol of honor. Sharlan Eng prepares to tutor Dan Morgan in l1asketball?P? Nellie Gammon at initiation realizes one goal is reached. The two sponsors for NHS discuss the next meeting. 'B X ww. ,nu ...J Q A ,N Z2 acl - , MM. ..,,, ,M N,,,, M... ' ,"",? ,341 All aboard for Chattanooga and a big victory! Hooray for the Canes! Pep-clubhers-the nucleus of the cheering section. Pep club Ogicers- leaders of GH S spirit an pride. Coach Garnie Hatch, sponsor. ,Nm r'f"'f 1 ff? AQQ it rf, 'C"5 ' is V pep club l spirit too which will never die Boosting school spirit beyond expec- tations . . . increasing membership to 'an overwhelming 200 . . . selling mega- phones to all Cane fans . . . handing out buttons at pep rallies . . . stamping BEAT LEE sponsoring motorcacle to Pal- atka . . . chartering buses to Tallahassee, Chattanooga, and Daytona . . . instilling spirit and pride. . . meeting in the senior parking lot before pep rallies . . . re- establishing Pep Club as a club with real PEP!! 95 Beth Gammage, Pres. jean Johnson, V. Pres. Terry Young, Rec. Sec. Carol Ann Roundtree, Cor. Sec. Margaret Keppel, Treas. Susan Cunningham, Chap. Ianice Goodwin, Sgt.-at-Arms Cissy Roundtree, Hist. Beth Ayers Mary Jane Bethel Kay Bourgeois Cheryl Condo Sue Cooper Leslie Cormier Colene Cowart B. I. Cross Kathy Gallagher Cathy Cammage Beth Graves Jenifer Hanson Ann Harthan Debbie Hartman Iane Hartrian Ruthie Hodge Debbie Kessler Barbara King Dee Ann Kuzma Barbara Martin Pat Neufeld Sally Nichols Susan Penk Marilyn Redding Sally Smith Stevie Tison Dana Wigglesworth f- I 5? f Q, nf w y ,X f e Q 7. 5 , 0' r' S. ' ,, A N l 4, . bi Z' fm? 'M ' me C 5 Z y V '- ? , ' v 4 , ' ' . 5 fi l l' A I I ,V 'XB ,gm n 1' l ' if U : 41' I f er. ,f l ' I .X 4' ' l lk ef? 4 i I . ,R fin 4 f ww ,, I , fzgxf , X 1 V , 1 , VW, Q , V f , I V I I Z ?- " QW ,W 2 V ' f' 'I , f 1' f , Z, , , " .,, L ' 9. 1 4 " , 1' rw ' af' 47 1- ff ' ., or - -.k o Z f , N .f fi QR ' ' ff' M , M Q ,M e es , y -V , . ig.. 4 'N l 7 M a 5 l M' ' 1 .- ,fa e ' 'vi , ' 1 ,f j at-T, , 3 , ich , f if Z 4' ,L ,Ch . . ' 7 , ' 'ff M- fr, fi , My W . , l ln K ff he "Come on. Buy a shaker, Carl. Where's your svpirit?,' Rub-a-duh-duh, 35 girls and a tub make up Alpha's carwash. Alpha got a new snonsorz Mrs. . Margaret Osborn. A Shmyhsfingfay, cheering EWS: Cl pep parade f "Yum, this is the greatest yel cause I sold itf' licks Ann. XXV 1.1, ...,......1- --g '10--v ' Q 4 I al ha skit, lollipops, orphan L Promoting school-wide spirit through the sale of purple and white shakers . . . helping a needy family with a Thanks- giving Basket and Christmas presents . . . raising money at car washes . . . selling lollipops . . . serving as hostesses for the YMCA Convention . . . Winning first place for Homecoming Skit second year in a row . . . giving parties to the Sun- land children . . . adopting an orphan overseas . .. keeping grassplot clean winning Alpha - Keyette Basketball Came. 97 Pat Giffin, Pres. Marianna Newsome, V.Pres. , Noralyn Caldwell, Sec. Joanne Danielson, Treas. Charlotte Ledbetter, Chap. Sybil Fulmer, Parl. Carol Catotti, Hist. Linda Ambrose Evelyn Beaty Marilyn Bolton Pam Bragg Patti Cook Debbie Crown Elizabeth Crozier Edith Danford Judy Diaz Jean French Diane Kattke Kathy Meerman Shirley Mixson Stephanie Osgood if . tiki? S a if n A" S ' of in '-" 2, fy ., tg ,, ,f . I 'eff ., .IL AL 8 Q X f 0 fn, V " . , 1 , , f , , , . V ,Q S S' 5735 , if f 1' Y ,, Aw bl E f " ' I f " Ml Q Q f7ffp"f , , , ,, ' ' X ' V ,lil e- M V , V -Q' 'N E ', 1, 1 P ff 15 ' Q1 gf' , W X- 2 Q V. 3-f ' 5" 1 J ' M V ,fir ,, X ,U ' ' 4 4 ' is a Zi. ssl! 5' ,. . 'R ,. R A ww 4 K K 'a Q1 cookbooks, alumni 0 E Q. .. ,' Q i s f 1' if ,ij V5 gy ia Jimi? if s,m4 M' Mrs.iHammond, sponsor. Elizabeth Crozier and Carol Catotti collect money for the painting of the gym. "Guess we'd better try these recipes out before selling the cookbooks!" President, Pat Griffin, and Noralyn Caldwell polish the anchor, a well known symbol of the club. n lv ' - 4 h .- 'W1' 51'- - , c,.,,,' ., r' . ,. .f --.fr A Amg- 4 . , V :fn V 1',,'A, ,QU Vx 14 x-mas caroling Selling cookbooks . . . showing people how to cook new and delicious dishes . . . preparing a Christmas tea for the GHS alumni . . , serving cookies and punch for graduates coming back to their alma mater . . . caroling at Med Center for the sick . . . giving a Santa Claus party at Sunland Training Center . . . delighting the children with stories of elves and reindeer . . . cleaning the girls' gym on workdays. anchor ..... 99 Mary Dudley, Treas, Pam McGowan, Parl. Phyllis McNeill, Hist, Cathy Barneit Linda Bell Connie Bigelow julie Bird Kay Harrell Mary Leadon Ian Miller Patsy Patterson Tine Sandstrom "an, H if: Q if il f' t , P' no x , 4 . - ',.- fb 5 lin' lr x 5 5' X QD r J f' ll 5 ' za ig l00 "Sl1e's a grand old flagf hail Kay Harrell and Holly Stewart. For the queen, the glorious tiara and scepter. Miss Vickie Kinser, sponsor. 'KTl1cy loolc so good tlzat we could out tlrcm riglit nowf' proclaim unc lV0d.S'llJOTfll anfl Pam McGowan as they bake coolcics for Sunland. 'KTl1 is one is a little too small, so it ran ,go to our nearly family." af V Vx ,, 4, W rm ,f ta . b p X5 A l beacon tiara, scepter, u. s. flag Bestowing honors upon the queen . . . giving the glittering crown and royal scepter . . . donating an American flag to the Teaching auditorium . . . letting the red, white and blue proudly stand . . . helping a needy family . . . delivering cans of food, clothes, and furniture to the family . . . delighting Sunland chil- dren with a Halloween party . . . hav- ing fun on an eerie night. IOI Mrs. Weinberg takes a break from English ta sponsor Beta. "We're not going to read 'em all. They're for Sunland." Linda Sheffiehi, Janice Williams, and Carol Daton sell mums for Homecoming. Coffee cans are soon made into Santa Clauses. beta iw. s,'l""4 N Y-. J 1 U -' 24311 , i f , ig QI '62 t 5 63' lv'- fs ' 1 1 Sp ,1 9 ' mums, magazines, coffee cans Helping others . . . collecting food for the needy at Christmas and Easter . . . gathering jewelry for the Madrigal Sing- ers . . . saving magazines for Sunland . . . cleaning and decorating coffee cans . . . transforming them into Santa Clauses for the Children's Hospital . . . collect- ing clothes for welfare . . . making vases for the hospital . . . starting work on a Gainesville YMCA . . . beginning a new Tri-Hi-Y cluh at Santa Fe . . . selling pom poms for football games and mums at Homecoming . . . working for others. S9 , A . 5' , ' '47 M - -f yf if Q 2 X 4, ' 1 f fi' I Nh' an 5 ,f f , . W f , W QTL, an fl f lg! 1 ' ., W 7 1 ' V V 1,3 U ,V 'f f ffryq , 'Q , V ,.,, , fr ,af FW f 1 4, f ' I j r 4 f "L' ' vw. l' v',.V.f ' X ' f, 9 if Q r IQ. , ?A,Q 4 ii, , r, if, 5 if ,f ' SV--' t aw I ff' I , gy ' 775' , 1 M , A we or a . f, f f ff ' I ' f:?Zl,,,4,L 1 Linda Sheffield Martha Wight, Pres. Nan Calaway, Pres. Anne Strickland, Sec. Wilda Gaston, Treas. Sandy Robinson, Chap. Carol Dayton, Sgt.-at-arms Laura Baum Candy Anderson Irene Andrews Patsy Bennefield Sheri Bianchi Marti Chase Amanda Collins Becky Criswell Io Ann Hesters Linda Howell Janis Ieffcoat Pat Mathis Paula Montgomery Debbie Newman Frankie Osborne Linda Perry Reda Robinson Jane Roper Marilyn Pearl Lesley Anderson, Pres. Pat Iourdan, Sec. Elmyra Patrick, Chap. Carr1e Sue Pierson, Sgt.-at-Arms Sharon Ennis, Hist. Carol Balough Ieannie Beatty Cerri Bristowe Linda Buickel Sharon Butler Carol Crampton Carmen Crawford Pat Elliott Ann Lovett L1nda Moore Drantha Nelll Dlane Scott Sylvla Stroud Karen Weathermgton . ' f" ' . - "r'. iz , I -'X ' . I 'I , 1 ,x , f j I nw vw av i Tyr' I 'QV " Q .. lr gf A 'QV' 'Q' I e 6' , -X 1 I if ,li - ' ft, . ., if V V .i .,t H' ' .,,,., ap . 9' it 4, -I I S 4 7 1 I , f U 'L fa ,.,,,. I " 1 A if ' 'S 4, , H . . M .... nf, L9 . .,. A I , I , 1 , 6 Don't worry, Lesley, he doesrft bite! "No, we're not from Chattanooga," say Jeannie Beattie and Mary Talbot, "we're going to our initiation!" Marilyn Pearl's motto, "Like the postman, neither wind nor rain will keep a Cioinette from her duty." Mrs. Marian Goodyear and Mrs. Carolyn Stewart, sponsors. "H ere, Goblinsf' laughs Carrie Sue Pierson, '- , 4 .. L ,. A Ms.:-114 JL 9-1,K.,4.v ...mf 1, voodoo dolls, hearts, candy 20 girls selling doughnuts to students before school . . . helping that no-break- fast hunger to go away fast making and selling voodoo dolls . . . hanging rival teams by the mighty Canes force and rope representing all the teams to play . . . giving a Valentine's party for the children at Sunland letting the children work with hearts, cupids, and lace . . . enjoying a workday at the Pan- cake Day at the Boyls Club putting people in the uspooki' mood by selling scrumptous Halloween candy. 7' With pensive thoughts, Rex Robinson, Dale Todd and M ike Fagan attend church with their club. Mr. Fred Hill, sponsor. "It's really not all that had," grin Larry Sikes and Hal Wilmot. "No matter what shape your stomaeh,s in, you can always have room for our fruitcakef' agfcc Bill Queen and Mike Pritz, ,. , . Q.. . I QR! fljlu 'f il?" S.,- Mike Fagan, Pres. Mike Pritz, V.Pres. Tommy Turner, Sec. John Boyd, Treas. Steve Decker Bill Queen Rex Robinson Larry Sikcs Dale Todd ifitwliff T , :AZ - 5 , f' junlor c1v1tan fruitcake, church plot Selling hundreds of pounds of fruit- cake . . . raising money for service and projects by the well-known selling of the cakes . . . giving the students a chance to taste some "real good" southern fruit- cake . . . helping at Sunland . . . working with special classes at Sidney Lanier . . . showing religious feeling by attending church , . . a regular activity of the club . . . participating in Workdays on Satur- day . . . weeding, hoeing, and mowing the glass plot. 4,3439 V V V 1 V V V George Haas, Pres. Q , i ' . , - f . ff. ' V V V F Mac Williams, V. Pres. J . "" ' V I X 'H " V -I2 lhv W ,Q ' Bob Watson, Sec. z -F jg? 5.1 l .,V,: Ll , 4?-'fl V . 4,9 2-1: Bill Wilkinson, Chap. v .,.. 5 'X lx ' V VX 1, 15-. 5 V f- 5 Tommy Cone, Sgt.-at-Arms J' 1 '2I5"j - if V : W I . ff 'T' ii Brad Wagner, Hist. ' , tag V ff ' -,. :"f J ' VX' David Bailey Ml l I ""--..,,,.. Y - i s,,V 5' l A john Bolles , ' 1 N VZ, hx ll 1 V, H "v., il V. , 5, . 1 Mac Cline Z Y ff ff Ka' SQ ,V '. A Wi , 1 ' A Q v, 3 1 ,,. ' Tommy Gassett ' Q f g ' N 'Y A- ' V 5 VA ,V ff 5" Greg Gathercole V or vvqzl f Lewis Graham -V V If . ' - ' Bill Harlan , ,"" 'v1-., 'W S I John Harpeg 4' Phil H. - V gg 67' 3 V Doug 155325 'F ' .a it il ky sqm ,I 1- V l I ., '.:C-v f- Bl Bill McLeod ,x f 4 4.. -R V 1. ,xl 1 " V 'Y John Mcpherson :VVQ 7 N 4 I x, yx . V V V Jeff Montgomery ' V A ,V V Q H Charles Musgrave Q! ' ' ""' ' 1 ' 5: 1 Q llavid Picou V V V Y V ,V I .. . Dic Reisinger -"""V 'V Vs. V ' . P if V Doug Robertson V .K VV " 74:1 ff : :Q Q Vi ag bl F751 V4 V., .P 5 Ricgililrd Robilnson . I it w, 'l t . -"' SV 5' ' Q37 R ' Bo y Roun tree i fl 41 '22, VV Q5 , , V jVV Tys ' ,:,' V ' T ' "---' 1- Larry Sandefer 1. Ziyi L, ' if 'Q Robert sm 'B rV VV eu f r W V my 4- a 4 Randy Shadburn 'V l it Bob Shewey M ' V , V j Tom Soxman V7 A 5 Q' hx Pl ' , 5' David Wilson Don Wyatt ,if ' I Q1 f I ll 'crm 7? gamma dimes, cushions, roadblocks Working jointly with the Jaycees . . . setting up roadblocks and collecting for the March of Dimes . . . walking from car to car to collect dimes, dimes, and dimes . . . donating money for the Scholarship Drive . . . selling seat cush- ions with the rebel flag painted on the front . . . enabling the students to sit comfortably at the football games . . . hosting the North Florida Hi-Y and Tri- Hi-Y Conference . . . working for the YMCA World Service. Mr. Slzzflfrm llogflcx, .X'jJOII.X'Ul'. l'l'lt'1l.s'r', Slzszln, 111111 mmf Tlll'!l,I'l' .vu-rm f'UIlIf0TfUI7lC,D Img B011 S1lf'lL'L'U, Tum Clu,s'.w'Il 1111111171111 Harper. "O, romr' all Ill' frlillzfnl . , .", xingl CIIIIHIIHI 11111, Alpfm n11'1nIn?rx. Clvurgc H aux, mmllzrfr Tl1or?PPP? 109 Big jim" Niblack's 6'3" pays off as faculty over- powers Key opponents, 58-50. "Hit it right here," laughs john Conlon to Steve Lawrence at the Key club booth at ICC carnival. Mr. Al Strickland, sponsor. ,740 ,fl 'MW 7 2 Fly 4 E Q FN 'kr' 1 H is S lf lillfl 3 ll?'1"' ' ' I is, w P'- J il 0 Q :F iv'- msl 51 V1 1:1-, books, ribbons, Furthering good will through the or- ganization-"Friendship 'Through Un- derstanding' '... collecting books and sending them to South America . . . rais- ing school spirit with "Beat Lee", "Burn Boone" ribbons . . . selling over 6,000 football boosters . . . sponsoring faculty- student basketball game , . . students and faculty participating together to raise funds. as it Steve Lawrence, Pres. john George, V. Pres. Phillip DeLaney, Corr. Sec. Ricky Brill, Rec. Sec. Greg Womeldurf, Treas. Clint Benton, Chap. Randy Wilson, Sgt.-at-Arms james Geor e, Board Member Terry Casseidlr. Board Member Tommy Bear , Hist. Larry Brasington Grayson Brown Ben Byrd john Conlon Joel Costantino Allen DeLaney Ron Doyle Rocky Esposito Kurt Garrett Bill Green Mel Hedick lim Hiltz Paul Kremer Jeff Lally Steve Lally Bill Lear Mark McKinley Bill O'Dell Robert Puckett Tom Rhodes Dan Rogers Charles Shaffer Pete Stringer Jim Watson key faculty game 'Ill 4 'l'm not a goldbriclcerf' says Reba, 'Tm a Keyettelv The bulletin said wear hats, heels, and gloves! Keyetfes crown Mrs. Crosby "Queen Everyday." Mrs. Sandra Vickery, the new sponsor. 1 GRACE P cuuncu RES gg. gl :?""3 'Me fi' it " li I 'L Q Marbles . . . collected by hardwork- ing provisionals . . . Kentucky Fried Chicken dinner at informal tapping . . . carrying a brick and wearing a large . . . phone tree keeping members advised of club activities . . . sorting and selling collected rummage creating scrapbooks and traycards for children . . . registering the student body cars . . . selling boxes of candy to hungry students practicing hard for f Keyette-Alpha basketball game . . . f r contributing to overall school spirit. keyettes -W rummage, traycards, phone tree ' N "' fr at 9 5 0 4 , P r ' -. .1 ,fr ' , gpg ... g kv gf f Q A Q ' 7 1 4 if it f f n 'K 'E "' 2. 1 L "', g 1 ' - 5, ff-A . ik fi l 5- Q.. Z4 ' 'A 1 V, fr N ' A . 75 I I ,J "M ll rv: . ' . J 7 W , y ,H A I Q rl U r 1 M ' 3 ' ' if W Y su' lg A V- af' .,. wy f l , J 1 X Elaine Tew. Pres. Linda Kuitert, V. Pres. Cynthia Dekle. Corr. Sec. Tizzy Hamilton. Treas. Cathy Alvarez. Chap. Mary Grace Hardee, Sgt. Lynn Barger. Hist. Cheryl Caldwell. Hist. Abby Ash Cathy Ayers Marti Banks Betsy Black Susan Clarkson Marcia Cobb Patty Coram Christine Deloney Pat Goethe Dehi Green Dede Haemmerlie Katie Hubener Karen johnson Pat Lenahan Betsy Maloney Amanda Myers Leslie Ostrander Martha Parkinson Becky Sapp Kim Smallwood Reba Stone Carolyn Stripling Debbie Taylor Peggy Thompson Judy Ward Nancy Westbury Barbara Whitehead -at-Arms H3 3 rm armng. ' Playing post office is one . of Sigma's many activities. Sponsor Mrs. Elliot keeps up with the Sigmas. X I 3 reasons why Sigmais plot Q rg is always neat. U3 r A . Sigmzfs "Braoes,' placed 3rd in Sto W ' I if , I 2' sigma anchor ii- mailbox, seals, alumunae tea Keeping busy . . . especially at Christ- mastime .. . mailing cards of holiday cheer through their "post office" . . . sell- ing seals for charity . . . sponsoring a tea for the old members . . . painting the library wing . . . holding a bake sale . . . visiting the hospital . . . reading stories to the children . . . making weekly visits on Sunday aftemoon to Sunland . . . winning third place for their skit in Stonn Warning . . . keeping their grass- plot neat . . . putting unlimited energy to good use. H4 , 1-7 M, n f"'i-V Q 4 Lucy Coddard, Pres Nellie Cainmon, V Prrs Sharlan Eng, Sec. Indy Block, Treas. Sara Myers, Chap. Carol Durrance, Parl Marilan Fagcn, Hist Ann Boyd Susan Denkewalter Susan Ferris Margaret Cavan Nina Geiger Patricia Greene Boots Hendricks Sharon Kennedy Kathy McPeek Brenda Miller Bonita Pagnozzi Barbara Robertson Marlene Robinson Kathy Sherman Susan Shirley Nancy Stapleton Ailene Strickland Hester Strickland Cindy Sweat Carolyn Widmeyer Terry Wilcox Linda Wolfson Midge Wyman - 55 I 5: r ' " '69 X I if 5 l ,V 4' I 1 ' S. ' 1x-x 1 '. ' W r' . , 9 . f Q, 'rs , "' i id 3 Y ia 5 mi 4 fi, R4-.l if 1 i We' 9 . X L17 ,. XXX, in ,f 1 l . l I 'I ,, l 4 ff W-my ii: f Yr W 491 'Q' V' V V Q ,1 I 1 5 ., N 'GD' ' , Q , 2 2 X wtf ' , r ' j' f ,J ' I . ., V V 1 7 my VI j k an Aix f 'x . me 41, A W' M - ,7 I' " ' 19 "4 " f , ,V V, ' 'VW , 4 f A 1 ,' V y V' l' 6 X ,j ' ,K W V V , '- 4 A , 4. A K I 'J . - ' -f . V 5 f V ye S W 'U ' "5 'J v if ' f V .. . ' . - M J s 'K' d- , , ' V V , in 5? 1 S., .' w 'I E S f',- , An 'isp ' " ' V " 4 , 1912, 'fi f ,?,7-,zlfgzfzfzkl I, .,., ' f 'W ' 1' N , l g " " ," ,lb dx. ' 4- I 4 -'U . cf---v,A It K 'felt a ' f , 1 rx' , .,f:s V7, h.1-4 4' N h' --,531 .' -'F I -sx N' in " ,P A 'V fy .' A , in ' 'fs ' S 2 ff- A. 4 BH 'I 1 1 - . .45 'iff , . N' ,ff tw f WI, , J 'g y M. 1 K ,rir 'f M .w M. 7" f If 'fffy-,,. 9 Q' , , cf, , ,mx law, -1 V WIP ' .gk , N. . 1 ,-. .,x,'?uX. Bill Zetrouer, Pres. Billy Hanssen, V. Pres. Scooter Gallagher. Sec. Frank Hartman, Treas. Kent Ainslie Bert Ayers Steve Burge Sandy Cruickshanks Danny Davis Bill Deas Jack Eckdalil Denny Guenther Helmut Hegen Tom Hury Iim Klement Steve Leggett Iohn Macdonald John McNeill Dan Morgan john Murphree Mike Oyenarte Steve Platt Jack Ryals Randy Sarokin Mike Searles Rick Stevens Lauris Vidal John Weaver John Whitford Artie Wilson Lee Wiltbank Chappy Young wheel Q2 4 .,",, i Q ' . -x 17, R ' V U ii af? z If' E i' if r f 2' sf M , ::iEI: , . , A X -gl i 2 3 l I 7 'F p -1 , ,." -gs: t p? if P' A G yi S ., X 'F' 5' . X5 " S, I fa v , tg J y 15 5 l l 1 its ,YP . T ,,v lx I 1 mn' " 7' 9 Q, 53 f it ,... , K 2 ,, tr' 13 a f -a:7-:: f, i -- flags, road block, jr. girls 6 Thirteen new members chosen from many provisionals . . . helping the com- munity through the March of Dimes road block . . . selling red and black warning flags . . . instilling spirit . . . placing in semi-finals wth Storm Wam- ing Skit . . . Saturday workdays clean- ing up C-wing grassplot . . . giving needv families clothes through the Good- will Industries . . . chosing an outstand- ing Iunior Girl . . . busily improving the school . . . in beauty . . . in spirit! 4 Q. f inf 'Ui fat, N-uf Hurley Manning, sponsor. "Aw, come on boys, you can afford just one more!" 48 . . . 49 . . .,50, thafs Wheel's donation for the glass backboards "H ey, guys, a new sport-sidewalk wheeling," laughs john M urphree. icc pigs, darts, cars 26 members of Interclub Council . . . representing all service clubs and classes . . . a part of Student Council . . . meet- ing twice a month . . . promoting good relations among members of clubs . . . drawing service clubs closer together . . . coordinating the plans of coming events . . . planning suggested service projects . . . students and faculty work- ing side by side . . . giving the Christ- mas dance . . . raising money by spon- soring a school carnival . . . booths . . . grease pigs . . . cake walks . . . March 18 . . . a new event at CHS. Agreement among ICC members as Carnival plum are formulated. "This litile piggiefs' going to our Carnival booth!" chooses Kay Keel. athletics ff X 4 X ag A I 1 1 -j - . iss X . ., varsity football "That's OK, Jackie . . .", encouraging from Niblack sends Eckdalll back on the field. Co-Captain Pete Enwall Coach jim Niblack Co-Captain jackie Eckdahl Wesley Dicks, Garnie Hatch, Jack Jones, jim Niblack, Hurley Manning, Robert Davis, Fred Goldsmith, a real fine season I . FOOTBAL SCOREBOARD GHS Opponent 34 Lee 14 42 Palatka 0 6 Greenwood 21 25 Leon 21 47 Boone 28 7 Chattanooga 6 42 Mainland 7 20 South West 12 41 Ocala O 21 Shalimar 21 311-I 1 ,A 1-as 99 fa' 8-1-1 FIRST ROXV: Mike Primo, George Faulkner, Billy Williams, Eddie Plettner, Steve Burge, Larry Keen, Len Fuller. Tommy Hanssen. Herbie Boliannon. Russell Clemmons, jeff Cannon, Bert Ayers. Cecil Talbot. WVayne Mack. Kirby Green. SECOND ROVV: Pat Dauphinee, Rodney Rucker, Mark Cochran, jim Forseman. Tommy Cone, Bill Deas. jimmy Lay. Sandy Cruick- shan.ks, Randy Sarokin. Roland Davis, Ioe Parker, Alan Spear, nn .4 .4 0 si xt- , L R Larry Wolfe, Tommy Cassett, Vernon McDaniell, Chris mings, Billy Bradshaw. THIRD ROW: Richard Rucker, Brown, Clayton Broyles. Kim Helton, Eugene Branch, Eckdahl, Kenny Parker. Steve Culbreath. Tommy Davis. Shadburn. Larue Lackey, Billy Zetrouer, Kennv Mack, Hipp, Larry Sheffield, Dale Register, Pete Enwall, Mike arte. --gli Cum- Bobby Jackie Randy Brian Oyen- l2'I 1.x Branch takes the pitch-out and goes for Cane yardage. Hugs and .5-miles - "We beat the Poundersfu A worried look - scoreboard reads 6-6! Tommy Hans-sen, junior halfback, goes on tiptoe for a spectacular catch. Pre-season Purple EY White game tacklers gang up on Branch. canes rated 3rd in state ,XR SIR in a.p. poll 1 LEE . . . Excitement of the all-im- portant first game . . . Canes run, pass and defend with an awesome display of opening night football . . . Eckdahl mag- nificent in everything . . . Branch knifes his way through hordes of tacklers for 2 TD,s . . . Lee takes early lead . . . ace signal caller bulls over for the first GHS score . . . 80 yd. GHS plunge adds 6 more . . . all Gainesville in the 2nd half . . . Eckdahl sweeps end for big score . . . Branch adds insurance TD minutcs later . . . Hanssen, Oyenarte, and Spear are explosive . . . record number of fans witness the mighty Canes in action . . . crush northern visitors . . . 34-14. PALATKA . . . Spirit of a rival team . . . Canes display offensive and de- fensive fireworks . . . Eckdahl in usual brilliance . . . Hipp starts onslaught with 13 yd. jaunt around end . . . Canes gain momentum as Eckdahl intercepts and adds the 2nd score . . . 38 yd. bullet to Cruickshanks and bulldozing Branch team up for 3rd score . . . Spear out- standing as tight end . . . Znd. team takes command at half . . . Hanssen adds final insult to Palatka . . . Cruick- Shanks boots 10092: . . . hard-charging . . . Headhunters hold Palatka to 36 yds. . . . Burge, Keen, and Broyles make out- standing list . . . Ayers, Parker and Eckdahl steel Brave bombs . "Canes are dynamitev . . . 42-0. GREENWOOD . . . 7,500 disbelieving fans . . . Znd. ranked Fla. prep power falls to mighty Emeralds . . . Eckdahl great - even in defeat . . . Greenwood intercepts on initial GHS drive to check TD . . . Canes fumble on 2 yd. line . . . Stipanovich back in action . . . pass- snagging genius juggles ball from Emer- alds to set up TD . . . blocked punt provides TD situation for Greenwood . . . another Cane fumble . . . bullet to Spear in end zone . . . PAT nullified . . . Greenwood adds insurance TD's , . . lone loss of year to South Carolina champs . . . 21-6. i' at M. 2 canes tumble teams from unbeaten ranks CHATTANOOGA . . . Canes No. l in Tenn .... all-everything QB Eckdahl X hurdles over Central line to block tying l point . . . scoreless deadlock in first half . . . CHS TD results from Oyenarte masterpiece - interception . . . Branch drives 40 yds. through tough territory . . . Eckdahl bulls in for the score . . . Cruickshanks adds the all important point . . . 7-0 . . . Central drives for score . . . penalties nip deep penetration by Canes . . . great defensive game . . biggest win in GHS history . . . "we're NO. 1" . . . 7-6. LEON . . . Lions looking for revenge . . . GHS deals Leon its first loss in a thriller . . . Eckdahl outstanding in on- slaught . . . Leon score sets GHS afire . . . Stipanovich snags Z passes to set up TD . . . Branch busts over for the score-PAT good . . . freak pass play gives Leon 2nd score . . . Outlaw grabs pass and breaks-away for 85 yds. and a TD . . . Eckdahl races 79 yds. for 6 . . , host of passes gain big yardage . . . 53 yd. plunge by Eckdahl gives final GHS score . . . Lions gaining momen- tum . . . bomb attempt by Leon fails as Eckdahl strikes again . . . key inter- ception clinches game for Canes . . . 25-21. M N wa i 1' W ' 5 R Oyenarte shows pre-season promise in early September Purple and White game. One - two - three Canes stop Boone kick-og run-back. Defensive en Helton, on a determined lunge, knocks the ball out of Boone hands. Injuries sideline Shadburn and Sarokin in Greenwood game. Faulkner stops Mainland end on the kick-off return. Greyhound Express to Chattanooga - Cone leans out for a farewell look. 'x N ag Ak I' Q. if ff if, 'u ff f, , 4. .f 0 ',. Q Q M ,Q 2 r 32 ,A K A fu ' A - X 99 w Z ij. , 4 vi. A I ' t , N s ii I' - f 13? -Q, 9 -Q f Q 1 'Nix - 'R A I ,ig fyjfffl Q 1 is I , I A ,J '13, ? xx wr 4 44191 li Y W 4 hw ,,,,, key to success its X MAINLAND . . . Defense is the best offense . . . devastating blocking and air tight protection . . . Eckdahl magnifi- cent . . . 156 yds. rushing . . . 146 yds. passing . . Stipanovich starts onslaught with 49 yd. pass from Eckdahl and a 30 yd. run for TD . . . Hipp tacks on 6 more with 46 yds. behind bullish blocking . . . Hanssen climaxes a volley of plays with a 16 yd. plunge into the end zone . . . 53 yd. run by Eckdahl . . . Branch clinches 6th TD drive with 3 yd. dive . . . Eckdahl rubs in another 6 pts. with a 22 yd. dash for the goal line . . . Cruickshanks adds all 6 PAT,s . . . Bucs no match for victorious Canes. Greenwood is stopped on end sweep by alert defense Canes ronoerge to snill Boone Braves. Eckdahl finds running room behind effective blocking. H eaclliunters shake the lmll loose from Boone. Line opens up for Eckzlahl to score against powerful Pounders Sideline help from Larru Wolfe. Brief time out for Clayton Broifles. Last minute instructions for Steve Culbreath. 4 canes number one Y, . X . x' X 4 9 ,O tennessee team i T I r SOUTHYVEST . . . Brian Hipp back in action . . . GHS break-away runner explodes Eagles . . . screen pass from Echdahl and a 50 yd. power drive by Hipp gives first score . . . Cruickshanks, conversion good . . . Eagles go over for 6 . . . PAT blocked . . . leaping inter- ception by Eckdahl stops SVV drive . . . half-time 7-6 . . . determined defense checks SW in second half . . . Hipp thunders 65 yds. for second TD . . . Hipp grabs Eckdahl pitchout and goes for 49 and a TD . . . nullified by penalty . . . Eckdahl and Hipp push ball to 1 yd. line . . . Branch plunges for score . . . penalty nips kick . . . defense holds SW on scoring drive . . . SWV gains only 26 yds. against bold GHS Headhunters . . . "Hurricanes are dynamitev . . . victory GHS . . . 20-12. y ' R. x , -7 1 4 V sd Q25 MQW Hipp drives with determination in the GHS-Southwest conflict for those all important six points, Rugged Canes force Boone to struggle desperately for every inch. Canes put their reputation on the line against Jacksonville Lee in the victorious season opener. Hopes and doubts in a decisive game- hoth reflected in the face of a lone football player. Mac Stipanooich retires to the side lines after clicking with Eclcdahl for significant yard-gaining passes A moment of prayer - a fleeting instant for reflection. a really great year OCALA . . . Once mighty rival hu- miliated . . . fans witness future glimpse of Canes as substitutes explode . . . 25 yd. Sheffield to Cruickshanks pass sets up 3rd score . . . Eckdahl and Co. back . . . 2 bombs to Stipanovich for score . . . Coleman Stipanovich chalks up 6 on a 33 yd. breakaway run . . . 27-0 at half . . . Green intercepts Wildcat pass . . . Faulkner stops Wildcat run back . . . Eckdahl passes Canes 80 yds. for score . . . Gassett in end zone on a 37-yd. bomb for score . . . Ayers picks off aerial and goes 30 yds .... Eckdahl reverses field twice and goes for 36 on a beautiful final insult to Ocala . . . No. 2 in state . . . 42-0. SHALIMAR . . . Indians nip dreams of state playoffs . . . telegrams . . . 88 yd. determined drive for first GHS score . . . Chactaw comes back with 7 . . . Hipp thunders up field 85 yds. on kick- off return . . . 26 yd. pass to Stipanovich for final CHS score . . . 21-7 at half . . . Chactaw explodes in 2nd half . . . 21-21 . . . last efforts nipped by penalties . . . Chactaw interceptions . . . the hopes of a state football title dissolved . . . dead- lock nips regional berth . . . 21-21. ,f I l Outlaw and Buccaneer defender wrestle for an elusive ball. K I ,, J L , W Keen leads a host of Cane taclclers L "Q, I if ff , R1 in stopping a Boone gain. , if , 7 M A s 'KVM' M ,, , ,.-Y "It's good!" and "Mr, Toe" Cruickshanks adds f, ' - QVf's X to his near-perfect record. , ' ' A if f ' A - New version of the "frug"P 5 " '1 ' Oyenarte and Sarokin try for escaping pass. ' Impressive ground-gainer, Branch, makes defensive play, stopping would-be tackler. the greatest honor of all ,. F J lfiiitigf , e,,-Kfiwmr y 1 K : X - wining X -4 , 4iqf1zi1'f if A V , r , 1' 5- fn , . w..,x A , 153' ,. ,QM l all-american JACKIE ECKDAHL . .. 1965 co- captain . . . pacing Hurricane ground at- tack . . throwing key passes and blocks . . . inspiring a dedicated and winning football team . . . 1,365 yds. gained rush- ing . . . over 2,000 yds. gained on of- fense . . . University of Florida scholar- ship . . . ace signal caller . . . Franny Hartman award recipient . . . 2.3 Club . . . Seven Star Club-22 stars . . . Iericho Club-7 interceptions . . . All- Area . . . All-State-. . . No. 1 prep player in Florida . . . All-Southem . . . All- American . . . lone Floridian to be named to All-American football team . . . the ' pride of Gainesville High School. I Going, going, gone, once Eckdahllfz in the clear he's uncatchable. Iackiels ear-to-ear grin reflects the feeling of the whole team after a great season. Team work-six good reasons why the Canes beat the no. 1 team in Tennessee. Jackie takes a colorful ride on the shoulders of enthusiastic fans after an unbelievable victory over Leon in '64. He's off! Leaving the toughest opponents behind, Iackie Eckdahl goes for a touchdown. I Many hours of off-the-field practice and learning went into game strategy. 133 baby canes white gunga dins no. 1 YP "' -' M - ' by ' wi I ' ,U ' ' ' ' Q1 QF -.549 - , 'iff-'3':4::'fvr.7 ' . Q . ' ,, I, r , W "-A x'Jfn"?v" - Na' ,.. , ,, ., A 'H iw? A, Mos, ,V H" "1 ,T neu, , Jr". M gg ',Lf .:- , I , 15, 1 ' . - N ' , ' 'fi ' ,,. , fs " -' ' . 4 we in .' " ' " . c':t- 'X . "' v in-f A .15 is 'Z' ,wf.,gf,,' n . Q I , i- ,.-- if 44. - uw '35, Q gQ,,,, ' 'Y , 'ry M- 1 ,, W rg' S, , 4 4 -ff W-, Q :ap sv we' 1 wg , , Q53 s, , f 'wan f-. : W I Z A 2, ' ' ,, al ' A' 3 2 N I .af Q,-.-fi rf'-' Fila. ' ,uw - - ' ' 'K H-ff"'Wf: ' .T 2 FIRST ROW: Larry Moore, Tommy Dulaney, John Fuller, Whit Courtney, Tommy Kuhr, Warren Lang, Steve Lee, Tip Coles, Garron Patton, Dale Cannon. SECOND ROW: Richard Kensler, Dickie Cummings, Gary Zetrouer, Tommy Hicks, Eddie King, Rick Martineau, Jimmy Roundtree, James Anderson, Al Tunstall, James Stenson, Kim Christiansen, Mike Gardner. THIRD ROW: Coleman Stipanovich, Danny Ray Tomlinson, Harvey Tendall, Curtis Holder, Allen Reeves, Richard Robinson, Tommy Cham- bless, David Rigsby, David Bratcher, Robert Bratcher. A E mia S .. A ' .2 -N :M ' ,, ,,s1x.,,-r' L ,MQ . pg W, -I .Sf .5 A H K, fr Q , 1 ?j5j5i?,7 t, ysr,,,,ii .Ev 'dl 354' YQ vm' 'gif Wg sg 7 I. Q S Q' , K I'--' 'l "" I w":: Q E I l .t., 41,11 K . fe 1 y Q hiv. ,V L rl Q4 if FIRST ROW: John Kidwell, Kent Chaky, Jack Phillips, Jimmy Bill Bryan, Tommy Peacock, Budd Ford, Chuck Ar- Madden, George Suggs, John Harper, Larry Sanders, Wayne nold. THIRD ROW: Frank Smith, Clifford Broyles, Jimmy Rogers, Jimmy Austin. SECOND ROW: James Wilson, Gary Niblack, Roger Simms, Marvin Sullivan, Billy Angle, Kelly Wilt- Stanley, Ruddy Dickson, Ivo Revell, John Goodwin, Bill Latsko, bank, Mike Holder. 134 1 c ,,g.i,4, , , C253 W' C1 'UQ 'E' i X if ,Mfg A nllha 99 FIRST ROW: john Gocek, Johnny Dulaney, Tim Cgod, Bud- ney, Willie Rentz, Mike Powell. THIRD ROW: john Price, Mike dy Carrol, Dale Davis, Maxio Balsamo, Eddie Burford, George Hafpef, David CFCY, Wayne Pringle, Benii Franklin, Bobby MC- Ray. SECOND ROW: Bob Money, Mike Hahn, Charles Mc- Phearson, Herman Mergonthorp, Bruce Teuny, Jay Lucius, Jud- Cellan, Bill Wilson, jimmy Barkley, Steve Hall, Ronnie Court- dyCa11er,C0rd0nB0Zmar1, Sh'-'iffef Osteen, Jimmy Bl'Yanf- Purple team's Willie Rentz and company bring down Gold's Larry Sanders after a long gain. Gold Ganga Din Frank Smith plots his course as he turns up field. 135 basketball basketball - five individuals FIRST ROW: Steve Leggett, Ronnie Doyle, jim Roper, Rick Stevens, Robert Hamis, Coolidge Cassett, Rick Copeland. SECOND ROW jimmy Manning, Frank Hartman, Andy Strickland, Dan Morgan, Jerry Smith, Bill Martin, Coach Camie Hatch. 136 functioning as one Ui., 'DAQ E 23 K Co-captains Leggett and Morgan, and Coach Hatch BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD GHS Opponent Forrest Colonial P. K. Yonge Evans Brandon Sanford Forrest Seabreeze Paxon Live Oak Ocala Winter Haven Colonial Starke Cocoa Perry Mainland Ocala Seabreeze Leesburg Mainland Wolfson Starke Mainland Ocala canes nip mighty seabreeze v-Mfg Strickland comes in on a break-away layup. Somewhere there must be a basketball!! Morgan is set for another 2-pointer. Rest, relaxation, coke, strategy- that wonderful 15 minute halftime break. Who plays harder-those on the court or those on the bench? 1n storybook firush FOREST . . . Excitement of opening night . . . inexperience of the Cane quin- tet . . . determined cagers impress fans despite loss . . . jim Roper and Coolidge Gassett share pt. honors with 16 each . . . last minute surge falls short . . . highly rated Forest giants too much for Canes . . . 62-72. COLONIAL . . . Grenadiers take early lead . . . Leggett stars in Cane spurt . . . fast breaks and ball hawking by Canes . . . Morgan pumps in 17 . . . initial win of the season . . . Canes nip pre- viously undefeated Grenadiers . . . 66-58. P. K. YONGE . . . Canes sail over Blue Waves . . . man-to-man defense and Well balanced attack perfected by cagers . . . Roper and Strickland lead onslaught . . . rival P. K. falls to mighty Canes . . . 70-41. determination and spirit EVANS . . . Under-rated Canes face rugged Evans . . . Morgan firing for 15 . . . costly mistakes and tight zone de- fense presses GHS cagers . . . Doyle comes off bench to inspire Canes to last minute surge . . . Trojans edge Canes in waning minutes . . . Cane spirits never fail . . . Trojan height determines out- come . . . 52-56. BRANDON . . . Tampa no match for mighty Canes . . . Hartman steals show with 220 pts. . . well-rounded GHS at- tack responsible for onslaught . . . re- serves get valuable experience . . . Hur- ricanes gain momentum in third big win of season . . . 70-32. SANFORD . . . Gainesville Holiday Tournament . . . Canes shoot with fan- tastic accuracy in first tournament action . . . Canes grab early lead and widen gap during game . . . Roper pumps in 18 and Gassett finishes with 17 . . . reserves show future glimpse of Cane power . . . Canes roll over Sanford . . . 63-37. make up for height defect as Strickland moves under the boards for a nifty rebound as opponent arrives a fraction of a second too late. Reserve Canes receive the congratulations for a job well-done after the P.K. game. Bill Martin and Jerry Smith struggle for the ball while out-rebounding a Starke cager. "1t's a bird, it's a plane." "No, it's just Andy Strickland in another unique rebound." Final instructions before the fury of the storm. MA i i 2 1 5 Court ballet-Gassetf nnt- iumps and outreaclies opponents and Canes. Sophomore jerry Smith joins the fight for the rebound. Gasseft on a quick stop leaves opponent spinning on the floor: fhen takes off on a fast break. Time out for a nap! R. D. seems to be taking a brief snooze on the floor. the big three SEABREEZE . . . GHS nips state pow- erhouse . . . Canes come back to beat rugged opponents . . . GHS cagers re- fuse to give up and surge on to a tre- mendous victory Roper ties score at charity' line for tie . . . 69-69 . . . Doyle scores all 4 Cane pts. in overtime de- cision . . . storybook finish as Doyle pumps in a 20 footer . . . Roper and Morgan pump in 18 apiece . . . Hartman and Doyle toss for 10 and 9 respectively 1 pt. winning margin sufficient for big Win . . . 73-72. PAXON . . . Canes fall to strong Jack- sonville . . . powerful Class AA state champs overpower Canes with height . . . Eagles control boards . . . Canes show spirit in first away game . . . full court press pushes Eagles into costly mis- takes . . . Paxon jumps to a first quarter lead . . . GHS pulls within 4 pts. of Jax giants at half . . . the final surge proves futile . . . Morgan and Leggett pump in 14 and 13 pts. respectively 67-56. FOREST . . . The final tournament competition Canes display fantastic ball control and handling . . . CHS comes from behind to' a near win . . . Hartman, Doyle and Harms come off bench to in- spire Canes . . . Canes have nothing to be ashamed of as GHS bows to Jax giants. . .59-60. ,fy doyle, harms and hartman cam if LIVE OAK . . . GHS proves expert on ball handling and control . . . land- slide score reflects Cane excellence . . . 5 Canes in double figures . . . Doyle sinking 17 pts .... full-court press causes Live Oak to make costly mistakes . . . subs take over at half . . . Canes coast in for victory . . . 86-63. OCALA . . . Canes face the big rival . . . Ocala height controls rebounds . . . accuracy from foul line nips Canes as VVildcats sink 35 pts .... full-court press frustrates povverful Cats . . . Strickland and Roper toss in 18 for high point hon- ors . . . GHS leads at half with 41-39 . . . comeback hopes killed as Strickland, Leggett, and Cassett foul out . . . 73-83. WINTER HAVEN . . . Tremendous height advantage too much for GHS . . . determined Canes Gassett, Morgan, and Leggett ignite GHS to comeback drive . . . last quarter surge almost pays off . . . Gassett, Leggett, Morgan and Roper fire in double figures . . . 60-63. COLONIAL . . . Canes -romp over highly rated Orlando . . . well-balanced CHS attack responsible for big Win . . . Canes sparkle in 2nd quarter to domi- nate rest of game . . . hard driving Canes control boards despite Colonial height . . . Morgan and Strickland rack up 14 and 15 pts. respectively . . . another weekend split . . . 62-52. STARKE . . . Canes nip Class A pow- erhouse . . . last quarter surge pays off as Canes grab lead in waning minutes of game . . . Big Three-Doyle, Harms and Hartman-come off bench to inspire Canes . . . Cassett shoots high with 12 pts. while Roper and Morgan both fin- ish with ll . . . Canes push Win record to 8 . . . 56-53. COCOA . . . Canes face 2nd ranked Cocoa . . . CHS plays near perfect game . . . Cocoa's tremendous height deter- mining factor . . . Canes outplay Cocoa but Tigers control boards . . . 2nd half dominated by Canes . . . GHS holds Tigers to only 2 F.Cfs in 2nd half . . . Canes have nothing to be ashamed of . . . 32-41. I 143 last min. surges PERRY . . . Strong class A Perry falls victims to Hurricane control . . . Canes display talent in ball handling . . . GHS pulls game out of contention in 2nd half . . . reserves gain valuable experience in victory . . . one-sided onslaught . . . 4 GHS cagers in double figures . . . Cas- sett shoots high with 18 pts .... Leggett and Strickland pump in 14 each . . . Harms goes for 10 . . . Canes control rebounds despite height defect . . . 80-62. MAINLAND . . . Canes face top-rated Buccaneers . . . GHS grabs early lead . . . Canes paced with ball hawking, and fast breaks . . . GHS cagers display hard fought and well-played game . . . Buccaneers surge back with towering re- bounds . . . Mainland giants highly im- pressed with Cane determination and spirit . . . technical foul in last seconds determines game . . . a heart breaker . . . 45-43. Wu Z f 'f ' bfi! Liar dnl ,-.1 - I I 1 2 give victories OCALA . . . Canes nip ninth ranked YVildcats in height of season . . . deter- mination pays off in waning seconds . . . Canes show brillance against tower- ing opponent . . . arch-rival falls to CHS in hard-fought battle . . . Canes spurt in 3rd quarter action . . . Khappiest win of the seasonl' . . . team captains take high point honors . . . Leggett fires in 13 while Morgan hits for 11 . . . Coach Hatch's victory ride . . . "Canes are dyn- amite" . . . 57-56. SEABREEZE . . . Canes explode to upset top-rated Sandcrabs . . . CHS dis- plays fantasdc board game despite Crabs height . . . Canes jump to an early lead with nothing but determination in their favor . . . full court press pinches Crabs into costly mistakes . . . 4th period end- ing in tie . . . Doyle jumps as the buzzer sounds for another storybook finish . . . "Canes are dynamite" . . . victorious ride for Coach Hatch . . . 57 55. 6'1" Andy Strickland goes through four Cocoa giants for an attempted drive. Robert Harms puts the pinch on a Sandcrab as he drives for "2". M ainland's hex fails as Doyle's layup makes it in spite of a Buccaneefs efforts. Senior forward Jim Manning "pops" as defender eyes him hopelessly. Two for four as Doyle hooks one in. All-everything center Dan Morgan drives in for a basket. Hartman tries to sneak one in through the bottom of the basket. Mt!! ag Q Q1 i 'xg QE , 2251. 'V nf QA AW cane cagers post 13-10 1 i 1t's a long way from the floor to the basket but Frank Hartman overcomes this with his 6'2" and a superb lay-up. lim Ropefs lay-up goes over, under-in? lt's a test of height, and Dan Morgan seems to be on top with the ball in his fingertips. seasonal record LEESBURG . . . Canes sting Yellow Jackets in 4th quarter . . . GHS im- pressive in final home competition . . . balanced attack displayed by Canes cagers strong under boards despite tow- ering Jackets . . . five players make dou- ble figure marks . . . Doyle, Morgan, and Harms pump in 14 each . . . Hart- man and Leggett fire in 10 apiece . . . 67-56. MAINLAND . . . 3 quarters of fan- tastic control proves futile to last minute Buc scoring onslaught . . . Canes fall victim to their own Weapon-full court press . . . Canon retire at half with 9 pt. lead . . . game plagued with whistle tooting ref's . . . a vallant effort falls short of victory . . . 55-59. WOLF SON . . . Canes fall to offensive attack from Wolfpack . . . GHS offensive comes apart under scoring onslaught . . . 2nd period rally falls short as Canes tire from previous nights, efforts . . . upset loss to Iax Wolfson . . . 54-76. STABKE . . . Canes come on strong after slow first half in season final . . . GHS paced with excellent board game . . . Morgan and Hartman tower for re- bounds . . . Hatch floods floor with subs . . . rival Starke falls to mighty Canes . . .69-61. MAINLAND . . . Canes conquer Bucs in revenge victory . . . GHS cagers ex- plode in 2nd period . . . Buc height no match for GHS determination . . . Canes capitalize on Buc mistakes Morgan, Harms and Hartman lead scoring as all shoot in double figures . . . a fantastic victory. . .61-56. OCALA . .. Canes fall victim to foul trouble as charity shots nip GHS . . . lead changes hands every minute . . . GHS outplays rivals but Wildcat height rebounds to win . . . Class AA Group 5 runner-ups reflect a successful season "We won, We lostg We did indeed fight". . .59-67. p 1 ' of W. 'fix' Gif, baby canes post a 9-6 record JUNIOR VARSITY . . . The Baby Canes . . . upholding the tradition of fine basketball . . . Cane cagers post seasonal record of 9-6 . . . losses come from state powerhouses . . . IV gets upset victories over many powerful opponents . . . gain- ing experience for Varsity ball . . . dom- inance of sophomores for 66 team . . . Sanders proved most valuable-promot- ed to varsity for last few games . . . Johnson took high point honors while averaging 9.6 pts. per game . . . Sanders pumped in an average of 8.6 . . . Ryals posted an 8 pt. game average . . . Ben- nett tossed in a total of 7.4 per game . . . Robbins ended with a seasonal rec- ord of 7.2 . . . johnson and Schroder added height to the squad . . . IV noted for comebacks and determined drives . . . beating rival Ocala in overtime . . . romp- ing over P. K. Yonge . . . onslaught over Jax Forrest . . . humiliating a proud Pax- on team . . . under the command of Coach Davis . . . becoming masters of the famous GHS press . . . looking for- ward to future years of varsity ball . . . looking back on a successful year of JV "BD ball. , FIRST ROVV: Dale Davis, Jack Ryals, Tom Soxman, Brad Wagner, Rocky Chitty, Tom Dulaney, Jimmy Chest- nut, Chris Leadon. SECOND RONV: Steve Hail, John Hendrix, Mike Powell, Larry Sanders, Tim Good, Ray Robbins, Sammy Johnson, Rick Bennett, Bobby Brackin. X X Juniors, Ryals and Brackin, await the ball during warm-up drills. Starke player tries a block which proves futile as Bennett pumps in 2 pts. "Hey, fellas, it's my turn for a ball," plead j.V. players awaiting rebounds during pre-game drills. Careful aim pays off as Sammy Johnson jumps up to add a field goal Raymond Robbins delivers a shot in good form at the end of a determined drive. I50 where the real INTRAMURALS . . . Providing an op- portunity for every student to take part in competitive recreational sports and ac- tivities . . . success of intramurals de- pending on the participation by students . . . inter-club competition playing a ma- jor role . . . outgrowth of education . . . boys' and girls, intramurals playing round robins . . . independent and club leagues combined into one . . . Mr. Vaughn Baker serving as advisor . . . sponsored by Student Council . . . head- ed by Mrs. Hendrickson and Kathy Gal- lagher . . . developing an appreciation for basketball . . . students develop themselves and maintain themselves as Well-rounded. ,wwf i Q. A-1 Q zz, ' W1 f, M U ' ff , WW, Q4 ff , - " ' , ,xr 3 X' 4, cheerleaders the voices of the canes ..f - .. A-1 E' 4 ' 4 0 , '5 , O AX- x T ' X x " i 1 I , if .X i 14 59, ' fe .V A " fr ,Q , . r.' tg wr 1 -, L ' at "" I X IJ X , " jo Ponzio, Claudia Musgrave, Marcia Cobb, Dede Mclnnis fAlternatel, Susan Bourgeois, Janet Ailstock, Mary Haemmerlie falter- natel, Barb NVells Ccaptainl, Leslie Ostrander, Crayon Roundtree. Bolstering school spirit with enthusi- asm and vivacious smiles at early morn- ing pep rallies and games . . . following the team wherever they go . . . a flash of red stonn warning flags midst the team of purple and White running on the field to the cheering of the fans . . . leading the fans in traditional yells . . . inciting the team onto glorious victories . . . boosting unmatched school spirit at the Ocala basketball games . . . decorat- ing for the football and basketball ban- quets . . . earning a letter in varsity sports . . . trying out in early spring . . . traditionally rating superior at the Flori- da Cheerleading clinic. GHS cheerleaders reflect sensations of the crowd Marcia Cobb begins a pre-game cheer to heighten spirit Sue Bourgeois urges the team to push for "just one more" first down Leslie Ostrander reioices-TDV Claudia Musgrave - jubilant after pinnacle of Cane gridiron season in the Chattanooga game First pep rally of the Fall - anxiety, mounting hopes, record enthusiasm, zealous cheering The spirit of Dixie waves high over Cane fans 153 jv cheerleaders if purple, white and gold Three squads of Junior Varsity Cheer- leaders Purple, VVhite and Gold Annie Campbell, Barb Myking and Ann Becker helping out as sponsors . . . gain- ing experience . . . selling seat cushions to raise money for uniforms . . . spon- soring the back-to-school dance . . .urg- ing Cunga Dins on to excellence . . . practicing for Storm Warning . . . cheer- ing at Homecoming . . . helping out at pep rallies and pep parades . . . decor- ating the goal posts . . . making up a loud part of Pep Club . . . publicizing sports activities by making posters . . . energy and enthusiasm Combined for a PURPLE JV SQUAD: Susan Hazen, Margaret Rogers, Teresa great year of JV competition. Rafferty, Lyla Brogden, Jane Stubbs, Betsy Black. Gold JV Squad: Judy MacRostie, Jamie Denmark, Judy Coursey, Beth Graves, Randi Sheppard, Christine Nadeau. 154 xl.-ff' ,Q , il 'wi if f .", HY U .., ,--fr' ' 1' Q. WHITE JV SQUAD: Juana Land, Shirlcy Hines. , ,,,,.:, ,A ..,-" ,. ,wxae " ' ,J-""' ' .. M'-, M ,,.,fT+" vd,,.,, M, nj, ,lwrwyw 'M' ., ,, ,,., Barbara Butler, Kathy McGee, Beth Ayers, Mary Tunstall 'fl e ,Ye 5. fi Mrs. Helen Andersen, faculty sponsor, seems pleased with today's performance. Interested observers at I.V. practice, Barbara M yking, Annie Campbell and Ann Becker. Trick photography? No, she's really falling-one of the hazards of decorating goalposts. JoAnne Fulwood attempts a backhand return in a tennis match. Lewis Graham tees off on the links in golf competition. Barely clearing the high hurdles, Tommy Thomas paces to a new record in track sessions at the University. In swzmmzng action, girls' medley team practice quick starts. spring sports--the unsung heroes N lv . H-LK X naw. ,v . 5 Spring Sports . . . the unsung heroes . . each working hard to meet goals . . the consequences of a lack of funds . . . swimming in February . . . making own baseball diamond . . . paying ex- penses for golf practices . . . narrowing tennis courts . . . no track field . . . not enough coaches . . . rain halting practice sessions . . . striving without the cheers of spectators . . . while not in the bright- est spotlight - each bringing fame to GHS. M42 ply, 4 if fr' i f ' 'Z' ft W' , ' I rf. ,, . 1:,lfAjl1h9Yy4'.Qi-YVQZA a'l'i,,Vwm4 Batman strikes out! '14 l,' ,g,,w,, ,.,, - f w 155 ,J--fs ' ,. 'fff'..zz'f,g!, af.: U' A 1 -sa iv Wiz' track juniors overrun cindermen ul.. FIRST ROWI Fred Wi1S0H, Mike Goddey, Steve Lee, Jeff Can- Hanssen, Rocky Chitty, Tommy Thomas, Emest Barfield, Willy DOH, Bert AYef5g Emefb' S.Wea1'm391', A1 TUHSHII, Herby Bo- Rentz, Roland Davis. THIRD ROW: Coleman Stipanovich, Den- hannon, Bruce Tinney, David Rogers, Jack Hendricks, Bill Wil- nis Vidal, Richard Kinsler, Mike Holmes, Vernon McDaniel, son, Iohnny Cocek, Bill Angle, Ivan Parke, .Phil Anderson. SEC- Tommy Cassett, Tommy Davis, Coolige Cassett, Larue Lackey, OND ROW5 Chns Bailey, Ed Haflimfm, Bllly Williams, Ronnie Nester Mansolo, Bill Van Veldhuisen, Charles Outlaw, johnny Crowder, Billy Latsko, Rodney Rucker, john Murphree, Tommy jackson, Buddy Carrel, Billy Volk. TRACK . . . Highlighted with new records . . . the difficulties common to outdoor sports . . . time trials . . . clock- ing in the school,s fastest times . . . sa- vored by returning lettermen . . . vic- tories paced by individual efforts . . Canes up against tough competition . . . veterans and newcomers crowd the cin- ders . . . members hoping to fulfill per- sonal and team expectations for a better season . . . co-ordination and stamina . . . strong desire to win overcomes many obstacles . . . hard work and training pay off . . . going thru their paces daily . . . track covering a broad area of events . . . 4 mile juants . . . rounding out the last curve in the annual cycle of sports. jackson puts the shot out of sight. 157 7 W f cindermen runaway 1 4 , ,W Zu ,., g " , ,M 41 ' ' 1 P ,f , 4 ' 4 ' .. ' 0 1 f f V af 5 W J 'I W ,l Zig I , 1 zz' , Q M V !! I , 4 f Z ff? , Af X, W fy I 7 i '57 ,, hfv , Auig, .V , A .ML '12 V , ' 1' y - ,. 4" + . ' , 1 j' " .1 ' ,. ,f. N, , Z' " 1 4-.ag -1 'fu ,J -4. --55 2 Af f f , MW I w .f l58 with gainesvi1le's open-end meet f we-.,,M,W ,X --,..,,,NM Cane sprinter Tommy Gassett lines up for the 100 yd dash in Gainesville's Open- End M eel. Gassett and Charles Outlaw change the baton as ancharman Gassett prepares to shove off. Tommy Davis breaks the oictor's rope as he leads the pack from the 100 yd high hurdles. Cindermen strain for the all important start to the road ahead. Coolidge Gassett goes up and over in high iump competition. -3 W .df tennis netters swing high 'Us an FWS' 1 ?lf 'Y FIRST ROW: Kathy Stuart, jane Stubbs, Susan Howard, Margaret Keppel, JoAnne Fulwood, Anice Fillingim, Jeanne Stewart. SECOND ROW: Laurie Vidal, Porter Home, Grayson Brown, Jamey Stakely, David Maren, Teddy George. TENNIS Perseverance and deter- mination . . . endless hours of practice perfecting strokes . . . developing deadly serves and unreturnable backhands . . . coached by Mrs. Stakely . . . beginning intense practice in February . . . striv- ing year round for excellence . . . netters A55 v' 3 "' . . . . . U .1 play stiff competition in a tenn1s-con- fs- Hmm , sc10us state . . . inter-squad competition . ' . . . - X Q - h Competmg Wlth stare powerhouse "" . . . Brown and Stakely serving as the Ng' V 2 .- ' K V- W 3' Wfww gg-H" '? 'f1': , 5 , only veterans from last year s squad for f the boys . . . girls paced with a new ' , A -f Y , slate of netters . . . lacking support for -vffkcfrg rgs-gif -pe E16 ,Sf , , , , , , x fifsfiigf in -- 'rw 1 f1nanc1al needs and interest of the stu- , W , f W dent body . . . performing a yob well itwffwfle 1 ff d b ' ' gg ,gp A ily? one . . . ringing fame to themselves f. , if U f, ff7'i,,, , and to GHS. S A r l V - -S . KZ nth glam' .4 M ,,,,,vf-A f -. . S r n K N...-t.ay.v,,, l ' . A I- V- I A , X I Xl. - s ." 7 1 Ensfffiirigtrcrrlrfn f , s - t I60 0 TPA Ip' '3f,a,wn':',:.:.. over tough competition 4? 1 z 3 2-."- fl f -"'f,.23"" a ttf' t ' I ,.. .. .,. . , A Q 'WSE-1f15'f"' - "'QSS:. grhd, 1 A-,:. fa-4-, ET LTL - N ko 5, Q uf Mm ff we at 'MX Brown returns as the doubles team of Stakely and Brown t for another win, connec Girls take a welcome rest between matches. Jeanne Stewart reachers out to hurl back the ball. Brown leaps to slam the ball to his opponent. Ronnie Doyle slams a serve oer the net. I x ii senior veterans GOLF . . . Hurricane linksmen hitting the course in early March . . . intensive practice responsible for the impressively low score cards . . . returning to action for GHS - Ray Merrill and Lewis Gra- ham . . . veterans setting hectic pace for newcomer linksmen . . . lack of funds, coach and interest liquidated girls' team . . . inter-squad competition playing an important role . . . traditional matches with rivals P. K. Yonge and Eustis . . . paying own expenses for practice . . daily jaunts to the Country Club . . . practice and determination serve in lieu of a coach. Lewis Graham Ray Mosely Rick Stevens Ray Merril Doug Smith Mike Rowley. pace linksmen They say play the ball where at lands but thzs 1,8 ndwulous moans Hzck Stevens Ray Mernll sends a long clrwe down the fazr way Shadows lengthen but practwe contmues M zlce Rowley eyes cup as well lmed putt drops m. Senior Doug Smith blasts out of tmp in par attempt. 163 swimming determination and self-discipline l FIRST ROW: jeff Montgomery, John Scafuti, Jimmy Coleman, Mike Schenck, Bill Harlan, SEC- OND ROW: Joe Summers, Billy McDavid, Ricky Plank, Chris Guilarte, jim Perkins, Alan Sum- mers, Ken Morrell. THIRD ROW: Bice Hope, George Haas, Doug Murphey, Robert Scott, Larry Brasington, Coach Jack Jones. 164 ,'4 , In 39? f at its best SWIMMING . . . Hurricane tankers striving to add further laurels to the swimming honors of the past season . . . Canes paced by returning letter-men back in action . . . Ruth Perkins and George Haas sewing as captains . . . Alan Sum- mers and Sue Penk named as co-captains . . . breaking the ice in early February . . . Howard Iohnsons' the scene of daily practice . . . lack of funds . . . tankers get GHS uniforms to boost swimming in the ranks of Spring Sports . . . limited pool space causes need for two shifts of tankers . . . 8 tough competitive meets scheduled for '66 season . . . the medley team of Brasington, Hope, Scott and Murphy . . . expecting high honors . . . diving team of Montgomery and Ponzio . . . McDavid and Kates assisting in div- ing competidon . . . striving to better school and personal records . . . co- ordination and self-discipline . . . 1, ..-,--e FIRST ROW: Sherry McMillan, Margaret Rogers, Judy McKean, Donna Middleton, Cissy Roundtree, Betsy Black, Lindsey Lehnen, Pat Weaver, Chris Nadeau, Sharon Clifford. SEC- OND ROW: Leslie Anderson, Ruth Perkins, Susan Penk, Pat Newfeld, Shirley Mixon, Cindy Clardy, Julia Kates, Cindy Meadon, Diane Gardiner. THIRD ROW: Jean Davis CManagerJ, Judy Kelley, Io Ponzio, Clair Deleuw, Libby Jenkins, Vicki Krezdon, Ellen Osterbind, Pam Fletcher, Lu Dixon, Barbara Myking lmanagerl. "Brrrrr, it's freezing," moans Alan Summers after a quick jump in the pool. George H aus and Ruth Perkins: captains Susan Penk and Alan Summers: co-captains Tankers take time out as Coach Iones announces the team captains. "Ho, hum, only 20 more laps and I'm finishedf groans George H aas. Ruth Perkins builds stamina and co- ordination while practicing her back stroke. I65 baseball still the all-american sport FIRST ROW: Bobby Brackin, Randy Sarokin, Brian Hipp, jackie Eckdahl, Kim Helton, Eugene Branch, Len Fuller. SECOND ROW: Coach Wesley Dicks, Harvey Graves, Larry Sheffield, Allen Reeves, Alan Spear, Kirby Green, Tim Good, Dale Davis. BASEBALL . . . Hurricane diamond- men out to better past seasons laurels of only 3 losses . . . Canes respected for their name in baseball . . . scrimmaging with the Baby Gators . . . gaining ex- perience in pre-season battles . . . faced with lack of funds and plagued with bad weather . . . no veteran hurler for the pitching box . . . strong infield of letter- men . . . 8 returning lettermen . . . Brian Hipp, jackie Eckdahl, Eugene Branch, Larry Sheffield, Steve Leg- gett, Randy Sarokin, Alan Spear, and Len Fuller . . . Coach Dicks taking the coach- ing reins for the 4th year of great base- ball . . . Hipp and Eckdahl named to co- captain the diarnondmen . . . a great year in baseball. 166 ,S '. x -.Q -ei.: c fi if i 2 !,f""' ' Q, I , , -.4 , 1 A ' J yn 'mm , . f - f ., " 4 fe . e QW A M, 'V f if ,,,, rv , y, me M. !!W,7,,"", 7 ,fl fnryfw W i i , yi We ,UMW , ,tiff Q fr , if f ' ,V ' , we , X V I Q Ll,f!'ffWs' we ff 1 , on ' if NM' 'L If , 'W 'I' f ' ' af A ,, M40 , Sheffield winds up for the delivery in an inter-squad scrimmage. "This beats running into the sideline fence," says Burr Fuller. Use the glove, Eugene, the glove! You can't catch the ball in your mouth. Handy Sarokin fields the ball on the second bounce in a practice session at GHS. f H f , f, ,,,y K f W 9 , A 'A Q Vx a deadly weapon 35113235 - Jr' - fy Q ml A Na f2"'1"95N?!k . :gh g M, Determmatzon 1s portrayed on the face of Slugger Brzan H zpp clurmg battzng Thzs bat must have a hole m tt szghs Eugene Branch 'S , 4. 3 ,s after a swmg attempt agamst the Gators. 9, -QE A- Kzm Helton ge s m some practzce drmes as Sheffzeld shoots classes Mlm f ,fw- lawwy Y .,. .,! A., ,,,..f..-1-.f ff - 7 -up-wan.-w:.N .rr - A ...f-.M 1 i 5 I . ' f 1 if . F " www -xx af fel ' mia M l f? A , V ?i'QFY if 1,2 X 1 21, " ., ff-swf ,, fb t gg' ,- 5 ' . ,v,:v 4? A y i f I I r al ' ,mga ff v ,ffl 3 3 A tw. ' y ' " P4 ' ' " 'S "f,'-1, ,,,,.,e ,,.. , -, V. sophomores, juniors, seniors- "children - yet such childish curls -" new acquaintances influence our thoughts responsibilities compel maturity Sophomores- strange halls become familiar pathways - first contribution to school activities Sophomore Frolics- Iuniors - selling Christmas paper, raising money long hard hours on the Prom, a rewarding experience and a beautiful farewell gift to the seniors- Seniors- a senior dance - graduation - Daytona - continually developing in character through confrontations - conflicts - choice. treasured friendships hold our affectations - Florida placement tests, PSAT, CEEB, ACT, ,L trying so hard to be older, with a grown up look, three years in senior high school - a vital part of our lives - and still more tests sophomores-juniors -seniors ,931 ff' ir , N ,K-iv" fuk 'I69 soghomores ! -x fe X.: N 170 ji '-DN!! S xiMEW5.XE 5 ,W . 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Greg Edwards Tom Edwards Enid Ehrbzu' Ray Ely Joyce English Jerrie Ensley Irene Ernst Rodney Estes Phyllis Ezell Betty Ezzell Kathy Fagan Jimmy Farrell Susan Farris Ann Fearney Marilyn Fender Billy Fisher Diane Flanagan Pam Fletcher Janet Foerst Frances Ford Francis F oremane Carol Fountain Paul Fowler Benjie Franklin , , , ,, Liiiri' xl C, 6 ,Q 4 - - ' ,A Q11 1 3 eff A K ,gr V , , , A " W .,,. W, f t, , . f, "" 'P 'GSW l ' a W1 2 .., Q tl' X as J -e-.U rf , A X g , . Q 3 - xt JE Q x' 7 J, , J f-mf , rsffggii. .5 s X A .ii X- .. Fw' .A 1 'A-i., . . ::::,,:::1:: . X e-1+ - 5-' t rxgpfx t' Q we Q 13 2 ., is gg ix 1 Q z' ' 1, . ' ' will " ' - , fl t N 'V " . ..i:1 .ai J'l"r'w' E-if Q f.... : V' fy-we if W' ' s if We N . Q N- ! t ct' t z we A QS? Q. ffl f , , WQF'j3', t . 'f " 551: J- it L .QF s'X 4 t 1 - W Q X025 V F, N33 X KS 'R . ...ax . ,.k.r , . W . 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' V li 4 , lr Q K ,. ,W i Nan Calaway Cheryl Caldwell jodi Calhoun Thomas Campbell Jeff Cannon Chuck Carmen Tom Carr Amelia Carrell Ioel Carter Mike Carter Karen Casey Terry Cassel Mel Caswell Carol Catotti Marti Chace Iudy Chakv Liston Chappell Suzanne Chavers Cary Cheshire Ken Christie Russell Clemons Linda Clevenger Katie Coats Marcia Cobb June Coffin Margaret Cohen Jimmy Coleman Pam Coleman Dena Kaye Conerly Dot Conway Patti Cook Roger Cook Betty Jean Coon David Corbitt Donnie Cowart Carol Crampton Becky Criswell Ruth Ann Croft Ted Crom Betty Jean Cross .ta as LAL -1 x ,rr 'K' NV, K.. .Y Z Ax ,, ,- N-" 5 kv X W, . ... 1... -'- .5 ....,,,, 1'Yr',fX In y ftgfgp' 'M ff W 5 f ff '95 ., Q f I . nm Q '7 .xx ' x 1 vw' 5 T " "' xl V . wr x 41 .f V , F Q I , 4 42 4 1 , - - 1, ,H Q .JM -fl ' , 1 J fi L X WI J , K1 If Y I ' r' 1 , ,,... 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Hales Rex Hall Tizzy Hamilton Lamar Hammock Tommy Hanssen Mary Grace Harde Janice Hargrove Ann Harrison Cindy Harrison Gloria Harrison Shirley Harrison Charlotte Hart Debbie Hartman Ed Hartman Frarrk Hartman Lynn Hartman Beverlie Hartwell Pat Harvey Phil Hawley Ethelda Hayes Margaret Hayes Sidney Hazen Angela Hendricks David Heron Frances Hester Billy Hickson E5 4-V ' 1 1 rr H, fi ? 4 2 Z 1 r 1 I X at ? f fyvaw ff, M, m v ' If 4, Xl ' fZf':Vw4,f,-frwz 'Q fee X , ,, fe, f ,,,,f,,,,fyfff,, , , ,wfyfywgw nearing senority with class rings A mark of distinction . . . long awaited . . . anticipating arrival . . . finally at- taining . . . comparing various stones and colors . . . gold or silver bands . . . providing students with stunning pride . . . the owl of wisdom showing forth on every ring . . . symbolizing education "salus artesv your class ring the material symbol of the wonderful years at CHS . . . shining, glowing and radiating its significance . . . the key to further privileges. ef ' 7 J? fffff ffffi f ,ggi if W fffy JW, W 4 Af 471, ' 1 3 WW if? f Tom Hill Cindy Hines Wanda Hines Glenda Hinson Dave Hirst Ruthy Hodge Bobby Holder Gary Holland Brian Hollander jim Holmes Mike Holmes Betty Holton Judy Hooker Norman Hoover x Bice Hope Jan Hopf Carl Home Phil Horne Bruce Horton Chris Hotchkiss Susan Howard Linda Howell Dick Hudson Linda Huguley . .38 ,H -Cv 'i7'J ,ri ...fag ' t I 1 ,, 1,153 jiefffaa it fix ' .V+ 7 . -V ..,. , , W ff an . 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T ,,,,, Q , .- '- A PV , , .VM 4 .Y sf' Andy Strickland Cathy Strickland Cary Strickland Carolyn Stripling Pete Stringer Donna Sutherland Linda Swails june Swilley Cecil Talbot Suzanne Tatham Debbie Taylor james Teller Mary Theoktisto Judy Thigpin Donna Thomas Sandra Thomas Harold Thompson john Thompson Mary Ann Thompson Steve Thom son Rosemary Tldreatte Bunnie Thunquist Debbie Tille Barbara Tisdale 4 Billy Tuten Austin Tyer Brenda Tyler Lynn Tyner Melody Vance Susan Vamer Bill Van Veldhuisen Barbara Verink Laurie Vidal Leslie Vollmert Brad NVagner Michael Wagoner Robert Waldo Cathy VValdrop James VValdrop Billy Walker Jean W'alker WVanda Walker ,Xt Diane Tisdale Stevie Tison Judy Todd Ann Townsend john Tunstall 5 ,,.,. Carlene Turlington -as? . ix, 4 31' 1 ' Connie Turner Fa. hu a 'f nd X 1 Tom Turner 1 X 1 f I '-SRX Cynthia Tussinger Q77 X ' ,, ' x, C . if it 'ceo 4 r ' 5? . all f , ol 'F' L , 'T 133- ' 'Y F? , X ' 'A 4, ef ,gi Q X 4 K ,I y si. 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I. are dressed in clothes with flowers and paisley from head to toe. .. ,.....,.., ,. t 7 'C , , , 9 .,,.. 7" N '.g."5J -Ae ......., f ,H A Q Q .X .X ' Q R' 5 K 2 1 "' 4,1 , M, fi f v Ig i sf , igfrvf-gp 7, 2 ff , f we, J 37 V 19 gy JL if 25" wearing crazy outfits l to follow fashion fads Ralph Warrington Arvida Wasdin Jim Watson Judy Watson Karen Weatherington Howard Welch Carol Westfall james White Jean White Barbara Whitehead Iohn Whitford Pam Whitworth thinking of the future days when we become seniors Dana Wigglesworth Terry Wilcox Bill Wilkinson Linda Wilkinson Billy Williams Janice Williams Kathleen Williams Kathy Williams Leslie Williams Sandra Williams Joe Willingham Eddie Willis Hal Wilmot Darlene Wilson David Wilson 216 f . pry? X ,affix I-41 ,, '::rg' -45 .Z "'f f 5 l ' ' ' 'Q' 3? 1-:vw 1 I Wg , mf" 1 jan Wilson jimmy Wilson James Witt Morty Wolfson Butch Womble Albin Womeldurf Jane Wood jenny Wright av fa? fig if 2 f , -i I f f 44 ,, -Av , , , f 5+ Z 1 ff may 2 , f ,ff I ' f V,'V , H ,W W " V' J? ,W Jw? I -44.2 gf ...qv gg fix? 1 ' , .M ,M ff I W' , M1 f . ' , gf W! I .V , A :AW av A 2, X' ' . 5 ' if n ' YM, ' L W " . , 1 ,, ,ff , I , , y, ,J I ..,,. 6 My , J ,. Z2 12 f f UO' ' . v V "'5 :FJ S' Q' 25' oi Q - -1 X -.. f , 'I Z, 1 ' ... 1 A ff A ,A ,,f, , ,, , , ff Q '4 Don Wyatt Karen Wyrosdick Donna Yankey Ray Yates Don Yeomans Chris Yontz Terry Young Carolyn Youngblood NOT PICTURED joseph Bergman Donna Brown Harold Burch Don Carleton Robert Cox Chris Cummings Clair Deleuw Iohn Easter john Floyd Pat Hawthorne Ken Hilliard Roger Howard Lisa Iohnwick Aummxm Gleefully Dale Regigste r uisualizes his coming senior year. Darlene jones Steve Kramig Melvin Lane Robert Monisrnith Jeff Mullinax Steve Nalbach Sandra Rafferty Frank Sanford Iohn Scafuti George Selin Charlie Sheperd Bruno Sommer Lavonia Tomlinson Steve Wing joseph Zehner seniors 1 218 Allen DeLaney, president Barbara Wells, treasurer Cynthia Dekle, secretary jean johnson, vice-president X ...NSN --4,5 S Z Ns- i Q 3 3 Q k -:L M..w-,,.W I smxx, x 'N-. I x xi fiihpig 11 V 9 90N JACK ECKDAHL Athletics ELAINE TEW Citizenship NELLIE CAMMON Fine Arts PETE ENWALL Leadership LUCY CODDARD Scholarship 1966 ghs hall of fame Highest honors . . . nominated by senior classmates and se- lected by faculty committee . . . CHS 1966 Hall of Fame. ATHELTICS - JACK ECKDAHL Blonde, smiling, 6-Z, 185 pound football genius . . . clean sweep of football honors . . . co-captain of the Canes . . . All- Area, All-State, All-Southern, No. I player in Fla., Back of the Year, Fla. Sportswriters, Player of the Year and All-American . . . football scholarship to Univ. of Fla .... versatile athlete . . . three year baseball veteran . . . batting 320 . . . four home- runs . . . co-captain of the baseball team . . . bringing honor to CHS. CITIZENSHIP - ELAINE TEW Reserved, efficient, loyal . . . sophomore class president . . . president of Spanish Honor Society . . . treasurer of Student Council . . . Girls, State Delegate . . . Keyette president . . featured dancer in three chorus musicals . . . Essie in "You Canit Take It XVith You" . . . secretary of the student body . . , D.A.R. Winner. . .serving CHS. FINE ARTS - NELLIE GAMMON Congenial, vivacious, self-effacing . . . Thespian . . . seam- stress . . . photographer . . . pianist . . , artist . . . painting stage scenery and downtown windows Hurricane Herald calendar and photo-page designer . . . delighting friends and teachers with frequent little individualized surprises . . . giving of time and talent to GHS. LEADERSHIP - PETE ENWALL Proud, responsible, versatile . . . leader, athlete, scholar, actor . . . student body president . . . co-captain of the great '65 football team . . . honor student with 3.97 average of three years . 5 . delightful Grandpa in nYou Canit Take It With You" . . . junior class president and prom executive . . . superior sense of re- sponsibility . . . Boys' State Delegate . . . leading GHS. SCHOLARSHIP - LUCY GODDARD Smiling, poised, petite . . . remarkable 493 on senior place- ment tests . . . tied for first place in class rank . . . CLASP scholarship Winner to the Univ. of Fla. . . . Betty Crocker Home- maker Award Winner . . . Fla. delegate to the National Youth Power Conference . . . Sigma Anchor president . . . claiming as her Alma Mater CHS. Q ,- , w. m..Q Mg A E Q 1:54 - . M Q , 75' N- "ir '-A-rr f.f.5-ivy, tif' -v "- 'a lf., , ,,,, -5"-4. .N lv, - -5 hr ww 8, X , f.u',"vx'.. '7a,,,,g.,,l' Wx, vs ',,' ' y ..A,. ,N 4'l'us5E,'f"mi ,. - 'nl A 'JL M i,.L.1..' Sweeping around end . . Echdahl, fabulous No. l. Elaine Tew . . . surrounded by momentoes of three years' service to GHS, Windows, valentines, calendars . . . improved by the distinctive touch of Nellie Gammon. Symbols of a great school . . . Enwall and Victory Flag. Heading, learning, retaining . . . Lucy Goddard. if ew, .. ft? " ' ' i JW I f mga ' .- , H . .X ' '21 V 3131 ' ,QAM -4, -' a 4 f' ,e efwf ,,,,f.f ., ,, , ,. If , ,gut , ' eff v 'HAL . .f-- ai" ,w ' ft I' VW .,., ,W , .,. 1,1 if I A .- - . 5 221 E Q taking early-bird courses to appreciate democracy Candy Anderson Lesley Anderson Lourdes Angulo Emerson Annis Iim Anthony Ted Arnold Kan Asaro Walter Auffenberg ,milhw jan Ailstock Kent Ainslie Susan Alderman Linda Ambrose Allen Amos Henrik Andersen Aimee Anderson Andy Anderson "QR 1-79 ? Cathy Ayers Evelyn Beaty Jeanne Beattie Amy Barlow Lynn Barger Carol Baird mm v JJ ,J A. wg HE 'K' fy, ' . WG: f ,nw Jim Manning learns anew the meaning Qf "1'm glad to be an American." 1 if' f 695 224 , X ff W f A' , f , , ? ,Z If X 'K mf if on p lie f 'F , ' f' 1 +61 ,Q Af' Clent Beck Linda Beck Mary jane Below Mike Beltz Sheryl Benton Aileen Berg Sheri Bianchi Connie Bigelow Julie Bird Keith Birkett John Bishop Judy Block Sandra Boals Frank Bohannon Nina Bohannon 3 1 Q uni 1 xy... 14.1 f gg xl l T 2 2 X 'Nu Q 4 , J Q y I gi mf ann j un' nun 4' an 1 if .,.. Q . 'nu it .,.., ..bN1 X nur luv 9 , . , .... WII Q33 ' fi H vw W f , ff ay: 23' gh 'X f -,f iv ,N W, mga " -, ifaf5?9,fg J-fi. 4,,6,.x,,,,,.,,,.1,,4, Nj, 5,0 ' f I-2v,?f'i35QI',,k,z , -5' ' , .V f 4-xx ' +V?'9'fQ? ,, ., -,f ' Q ze., ,ffff ,V 5,7 J ? V ,, f Jw, Q13 -. 7 I iii! 5. using privileges given to seniors Terry Bohannon I , Privileges . . . the joy of being seniors . happily xx elcomed and proudly car- ried out . . . leaving the campus early . . . at 2:30 a stream of seniors . . . a senior parking lot . . . banned to all oth- er students . . . letting only seniors with Marilyn Bolton stickers into the privileged car area. Susan Bourgeols ., 5-1 f, if-' 1, K B Mary Iane Bowles I En l I . e Q ll' lla fl I I I ll.. IUUI Tom Bowman Pam Bragg Margaret Bramer Gini? Eugene Branch Virginia Brannon Bruce Brasington ,X L Yup trying new fads in shoes 81 ears r Q 3, sk if .wi x, . sz .J Sure it hurt, but look at it now. '-1, , 2642! , Larry Brasington Alvin Bratcher Ricky Brill Vickie Brinson Gerri Bristowe Kathiyn Brooke Grayson Brown Henry Brown xxx N Phyllis Burton Peter Bushnell Ben Byrd Noralyn Caldwell Ann Campbell Edward Canino John Carr Walter Carr Sam Brown Ruth Browning Clayton Broyles Joe Bryant Linda Bryant Danny Buchanan Joseph Buchanan Steve Burge Toni Burroughs W ' gf, sm I ,Wh , , 56657 6 f i" ,g 5' ff' , fl Qhw .A uf 228 Susan Clarkson Linda Cleveland Geoffrey Cliett Mark Cochran Linda Coker Amanda Collins Cheryl Condo Tommy Cone Judy Carroll Marion Cason Wanda Cason Anne Chaffin Kathy Chaffin Bonnie Chesser Donna Clark Hortense Clark 3 beginning last year with mixed feelings "wiv Rick Copeland Patty Coram Leslie Cormier Ioel Costantino Colene Cowart Buddy Cox Carol Cox Sam Cox Peggy Cranford Carmen Crawford Steve Crawford Lynn Crosby 9 ...Q F? . . 230 -.5 0. David Crowder Elizabeth Crozier Sandy Cruickshanks Steve Culbreath enduring tests, tests and tests Lead broken pencils . . . Worn erasers . . . bare fe-et . . . messy hair . . . all common results from the many hours of testing seniors go through .. . SAT, Col- lege Boards, Senior Placement, and spe- cialized Achievement tests . . . hours of anxiety and waiting . . . hours of answer- ing and thinking . . . finally sighs of relief and happiness. Susan Cunningham Io Anne Danielson Q Bemard Daquila Barbara Davis Danny Davis Geraldine Davis F -. ,N Ira Davis jean Davis Linda Davis Martha Davis Mitchell Davis Scott Davis jane Davisworth Bill Deas Io Ann Deas Elaine Deaux Lourdes de Cardenas Cynthia Dekle Allen DeLaney Christine Delony Susan Denkewalter aww , f vm Q .4-swqt VW ....,,., .nur 199 4 4 Q -v""'1" f?'f ,-9 use-Bile ,ex 43' L J 231 '45 installing machine for thirsty students David Dusenbury Ted Dykes Jackie Eckdahl Carol Edwards Linda Edwards Pat Elliott Christopher Ellberbe Sharlan Eng Olivia Diaz Ian Dilgren Robert Doerr jerry Douglas Pat Doyle Ronnie Doyle Mark Druash Mary Dudley L Linda English Sharon Ennis Pete Enwall Emory Estes Rama Estes Bill Eustis ,v IL ' 5. C , -1-ws., Seniors Kathy McPeek and Dean Niederlcohr enjoy the product as well as the profit from the newly installed drink machine. 233 bringing honors SonjaFaber to class and gns Mafilomgen Mike Fagen Billy Farrell Terry Flake Rocky Flanagan ff' 4 Jeanne Fleisclunan Billy Fletcher Bennett Ford Leon Fowler Sybil Fulmer Io Anne Fulwood Mike Gabbard Kathy Gallagher FA' Margaret Gavan james George Iohn George Linda George Robin Gerke Pat Griffin Margaret Glenn Lucy Goddard lit 'q"'f'D Beth Gammage Nellie Gammon Albert Ganzenhuber Diane Gardiner Debbie Garner Kurt Garrett Patsy Garrett Collidge Gassett Greg Gathercole fy ywwyj-Wyyy, fvfxmi X ,N ,W in Mfr fl' X g wyfwn ,fa 9 knning parents forschooldays Senior faculty brats and their faculty parents gather in the office-the Doyles, the Delonys, the Thompsons, the Smiths, the Elliots, the Gallaghers, the Rheas, and the Nolans. 'ff .41 lg Ruth Goddard Robert Godwin Diane Golden Janice Goodwin Ji 236 Bill Goolsby Cheralan Graham Kelsey Graham Lewis Graham Elaine Gunter Elizabeth Gunter George Haas Martha Hadley Dede Haemmerlie LeRoy Haire Joyce Hales Robert Hales ,.-mg. YWQ sd! Dan Greathouse Bill Green Bruce Green Donna Green Clay Greene Patricia Greene Gail Grier Elaine Griffis Chris Guilarte f X ..-Q. 'UQ Ricky Hart Ann Hartman Arthur Hawthorne Linda Haymans Mike Hedges Mel Hedick David Hendershott lack Hendricks MW AIMCV Linda Hall Donald Hampton Genny Hampton Jennifer Hanson Billy Hanssen Pat Hardee Claudia Harpe Kay Harrell -ug, fit Dede Hendrix Lenora Hendrix Kelly Hewett joy Hetherington Wendy Hicks Ed Hill Russell Hill Brian Hipp Shellie Hoade Charles Hooker Porter Horne Ben Hough fin., Ai! -wwf Wayne Hough Tommy Howze Janice Hudson Chip Hughes jane Humphrey Barbara Hunt Helen Hyatt Donna Hylton Elizabeth Irwin Charles Isaac beating deadline for term papers Late hours . . . authors, authors, authors . . . bibliography cards, note cards, outlines all over the house . . . deadlines, deadlines, deadlines . . . ten- sion and worry . . . sleepl-essness and cramped hands . . . crumpled pages . . . no-doz pills . . . finally, the fatal day, March 21 grins and chuckles and a feeling of great accomplishment. I3 Y if MA , ""! ,,,4, ..,,s s MW' , fy -Xfixfg Larry James ,sr T Susan Ianney ,,,,s Why- jackie jeffcoat .Ns Kay johns Jean johnson Karen Johnson L Ieff Jones Warren Iones Wmston jones Faye Iordan Vlfglnla Ioseph Pat Iourdan Cheri Karns T71 4-'95, 'OW 419 Sandy Kaufman Larry Keen mixing frivolity and seriousness 9' f 1 O '9 ff , f f Q - iiii f I f f Y ,X 17 , 1 X 9 4 X, 4 ff I Q! 4, james Kirkland Terry Kite jim Klement Sue Klett Chuck Kuhr Linda Kuitert Mel Laite jeff Lally Dari Kelly Sharon Kennedy Margaret Keppel Pat Kerby Debbie Kessler Judy Kilgo Peggy Kimbrell Barbara King Tom LaMee Minnie Lancaster Debbie Land Martha Langston Doreen Lansdale Maltin Law 'vr , I? .www Shelley Heade has zz triple treat as she keeps up with the Ktootsie pop fad." 24 Patricia Lee Lindsey Lehnen jim Lenahan Richard Leopold Bob Lewis David Liberman Arnold Locklear Gerald Looney QV-Q ,vii ,rg , Kenny 'Mack Margaret Madison Skip Manasco Jack Manning jimmy Manning Walter Marchand Wayne Marchant Carol Marchman fda Margaret Loucks Pam Lovely Glenn Lowery Sharon Lowery Diana Luca Iohn Lucius Walter Lucius Peggy Luke Linda Lyons .fi -if 24 Bill Marsh Barbara Martin Conan Martin Harold Martin Ion Martin Roger Maryhew Pat Mathis Vernice McAlp1n 'wr Sherrill McLamb Edna Lee McLendon Sherry McMillan Phyllis McNeil Kathy McPeek Craig Meaden Dickie Means jim Mercer gg. ,aus "t".'I,' jim McClellan Larry McDaniel Mike McDaniel Billy McDavid Pam McGowan Alex Mclnnis Judy McKean Marueen McKems Verna McKinney ,av Cathy Molter Dan Morgan Anna Moseley Audrey Moxley jim Murphy Iames Myers Sara Myers james Narron Ray Merrill Vera Mikell Ian Miller Paul Miller Brenda Millican Naomi'Milligan Mike Milliner Adrian Mixson 4 surviving, somehow, from jan. to may - cold weather, english, college acceptance Fr d kN 1 Carol N ff Tim Nessl Margaret Newbury Dean Nieclerkohr Roger Nobles Mike Nolan Anthony Okus Richard Olinger Mike Oyenarte Tim Packard Bobby Palmer gsfr"nv -.af s . w- ' -V wi hx 159 lx X K iv vi! 1 I as H x 9 . I if Ella Pardue Joe Parker Kenneth Parker Elmyra Patrick Mary Patterson Patsy Patterson Jim Peck Hubert Pendley Susan Penk Skipper Perkins Ruth Perkins Peggy Pettis Linda Phillips Clifton Philman Alma jean Pickett wwf' V ,. ' , 1, -' ff ,ymfgp-W N, - , V, , 1 ' R, -.., ,,... , . df, ,, ,, ,f ,.-1 .,3..,-f' ' ' 7 T ' , -V , Viy, 9 Q , ' E? 'iff ,-ay? ' ' 'Q ' ff ff," ' .. ,if iv 2 ' " f A P " i Q P ' f A P enjoying prom as "honorees" A niglit of dancing . . . a night of brilliance . . . the junior-Senior Pronn . . . an enchantment of dreams . . . the beauty of splendor and dcligbt . . . cor- sages and boutonnieres . , . orchids, car- nations, roses kept in the refrigerator for days . . . proud moms and dads . . . sec- ing their daughter and son dressed for- : mally . . . an overall effect of remem- brance and luster. 254 1 Att Bonnie Pope Billy Prescott Pam Priem Bobby Proctor Peter Prugh Mike Pruitt Robert Puckett Harry Purvrs Peyton Rackley Pat Ransom ,nn-on relieving spring fever pangs with childish class behavior Cynthia Rhodes janet Richey Clay Ridgway Janice Ridgway Jane Robbins Diana Roberts Joy Roberts Nanna Roberts Ronnie Ray Marilyn Redding Nomna Reddish Darlene Reed Johnny Regan Dick Reisinger Wanda Renner Boyd Rhea -it 'inrzzrf'-zza. Sidney Roberts Barbara Robertson Reda Robinson Aubrey Rogers David Rogers Cathleen Roland su 1wm+iwwmAQwS S sf fa Xa 1. -umargeegm 1- save s me un -eg 'wr' 'H' an A9436 svx Q K ii! R A , f-4956 10? "Let's see if I can make this shot!" says Jerry Wetherington laughingly. attending conventions and sometimes class jane Roper Iim Roper Raymond Rosier Bobby Roundtree Carol Ann Roundtree Mike Rowley 'R' 254 091- Rick Rucker Karl Rumbaugh Carol Sanders Tina Sandstrom Becky Sapp Randy Sarokin Barbara Saunders lack Saxon - QW! Air' Priscilla Shearouse Linda Sheffield Linda Shelley Steve Shepherd Bob Shewey Susan Shirley George Shipp Ray Sisler Mike Schenck Barbara Scott Buford Scott Diane Scott Mike Searles Randy Shadburn Barbara Sharp Linda Sharpe Mike Shaw -M Fred Slade Kim Smallwood Amy Jayne Smith Carlton Smith Dewey Smith Doug Smith Eugene Smith Lois Smith 1 Ieanie Stewart Mac Stipanovich Iames Stokes Anne Strickland Hester Strikland Iackie Strickland Shirley Strickland Kathy Stuart 'jf' Rhonda Smith Sally Smith Carl Sneeringer Iohn Snyder Dennis Sommer Richard Spongberg Robert Stahmann Keith Stelzenmuller Holly Stewart Linda Taylor Donna Teague Kathy Teska Elaine Tew John Thomas Tommy Thomas Beverly Thompson Karl Thompson La Neta Sullivan Linda Sue Sullivan Steve Summerlin Alan Summers Stan Swaine Cindy Sweat Alfred Taylor Bill Taylor Peggy Thompson Dale Todd Larry Townsend Bill Treaster Kathleen Trotter Don Turlington Scott Tyler Harry Tyre Dick Underwood Smokey Valentine Ken Van Nortwick Elizabeth Vass L 5.4 X f ,f . if Vfz, l 5 f is s Q Fw f is A H- 'Q rr V . M 'L , ix X MN 2 QV: ...- , , ,. . fa Hia lf?" fag . A 4 W e P Il? xx x, S ' , 1 f f ' P w X il, , M- 1 H: .L ,, , 1 ' Mr- - NA mf ' I W Id f ,, W f' ' ' . .,,, ' , 1 , , , ., f , 41112: ,Er 1 . L if 260 1 A1 L ,x A 1 I- V 1 ,, V - T. .3 . Y 22. 4 Denny Vidal Sarah Vories Suzanne Wadsworth Wayne Walker Nancy Walters Iudy Ward Ronnie Ward Becky Warden Patty Warren Wyette Warren Martin Watkins Bob Watson Pat Watson john Weaver Pat Weaver IF vc ooon sr !! . hi JI9 FEDRAL ILDO WI SI. In AVE. Qnnigvgug --f. mu mu QM planning futures career, army, job Planning for the future . . . thinking and deciding which pathg which road to take a continuous struggle for scn- iors . . . college or a job . . . army or the peace corp . . . marriage or secre- tarial work . . . the millions of questions to counselors . . . thousands of answers to seniors - which way is best . . . a job just as important as the future-choosing. f 1 I -, .W in F7775 ,519 ap ffl!! ff ' Larry Weist Barbara Wells Nancy Westbury Andrea White Clifford White Kay Whitehead Patricia Whiting Jimmy Whitney Roy Whitton Sue Widmayer -Qs 'W' Gab Y"'2'P it at pda sf 9? 'Z' awaiting graduation oh, happy june 3rd Randy Wilson Lee Wiltbank Mary Wimberly Emie Windsor Larry Wolfe Linda Wolfson Ronnie Wolz Greg Womeldurf Tom Wiley Ruby Wilkerson Diane Wilkerson Dennis Willey Iunis Williams Mack Williams Arthur Wilson Merle Wilson Marion Wood Iune Woods Diana Wooten Lane Worley David Wright Stephen Wright to't ,Aix The white robe, cap and tassel bring mixed emotions of happiness sprinkled with regret as seniors realize their high school days are at a close. 263 bidding good-bye Midgewyman Sonya Yarborough to our alma mater Not Pictured Edsel Adams, deceased, October 8, 1965 Charles Bass Jeannie Beattie Evel Beat YU Y Harper Beville, deceased, February 18, 1966 Carolyn Brackin Daniel Brooks Steve Brooks Kenneth Brown Tam Cato Tom Christie Kenny Cline Linda Corfee Donald Coulthurst Robert Crawford William Cruse George Faulkner Martha Gales George Gathercole Joseph Gilliland Don Hagan Robert Harms Walter Harvey Phil Haevard Kim Helton Tom Henlev Roswitha Heumann Jimmy Hiltz David Hines Emil Hodge Andy Holman Joan Howze John Juneau Henry Kinsey Barbara Kornfield 264 Terry Youngblood Bob Kromer Richard Lancaster Beatriz Latour Edna Lee Steve Leggett Robert Lewis Mike Martinez Pam Mayer Bill McLeod Bill Merritt Lucinda Miller Patricia Mixson Harold Thomas M izelle Harold Moore Eileen Morrison Robert Nickolls Lawrence Nobles Richard Omer James Padgett Roy Padgett Martha Peacock Hoyt Plumley Edward Riley Ricky Robinson Bill Salter David Singletary Gail Smith Frank Sparks Anne Strickland Susan Thorne Richard V ollmert Richard VVeight Jerry Vlfetherington Fred VVilson Rita VVilson Doug VVing rdf!!- Bill Zetrouer X--6' wlyn, .1 1' f fa , , ...M community '1 f' H 4 A . -any-A f A , ,J NV.. 3. U Q 3 'Q V I ' QF!! 7317? I the community - encompassing our daily llves a growing city surrounding GHS shaping our character - entering into the vast world of business purchasing items realizing the true value of money spending leisure hours - a coke after school, dinner at night working in student business purchasing influenced by student publications read by adults of the community theaters provide places to go, things to do and see enjoyment 'for everyone - crowded streets, busy feet, smiling faces the tinkling of bells on a corner, colored lights, glowing tinsel - Christmas-time - looking for just the right thing a prom dress, a graduation gift, deciding, buying it - in our community today expanding through confrontations - conflicts - choice. During summer vacation, a number of Gainesville High School students are employed by the GAINESVILLE UTILITIES DEPARTMENT, 555 SE 5th Ave Some of the students work outside with construction crews and others are placed in Power and VVater Plant Operations. The knowledge and experience the CHS student receives as an employee outweighs the financial compensation. Dependahilitv. punctualitv, and cooperation are strengthened through dailv contacts with other emplovees and operntional problems. These student employees realize that besides benefitting themselves, thev are helping their community luv providing Gainesville with dependable electric and water service. The GAINESVILLE UTILITIES DEPARTMENT welco fine assistance of student employees. and is proud to serve the community in this manner. mes the FRISCH'S, a new landmark near CHS this year catering to high school students becoming a familiar place to the Canes to the residents of Gainesville N X: f , M Football players Tommy Cone, Steve Burge, Bill Zelrouer, and Larry Keen serve at FR1SCH'S staunch supporters of the Hurricanes at 2035 N.W. 13th Street A quick refreshment after school or a date Debbie Kessler and Richard Reeves drink a coke together outside at F RISCH'S BIG BOY Restaurant. ,, To keep in the midst of things, Carolyn Emo shops at the RECORD BAR. They havie records to suit every taste from Beatle lovers to Beethoven enthusiasts. Step into the world of music at 923 XVest University Avenue. an '3 ntl l Colene Cowart and Steve Summerlin admire the delicate beauty of fine chinaware at MARY TURNER'S. 2325 Southwest 13th Street. it ,- P- . .. 4JAt kg s Q 9 -u. . wg- :X A - 532- N Forming a band? You'll need boys and instruments. LIPHAM MUSIC COMPANY in the Gainesville Shopping Center can't get you the boys, but they can sell you the best instruments in town. Iust ask Larry Liphan! 4-u."h --.. .., -..,,. I M1-2-E.f,w.. 7 267 Kathryn Brooke and Martha Parkinson know girls always than when they went in. There's no better reason for sto Q y , ' f FX 268 walk out of MEBLE NORMAN COSMETICS lovelier pping at 513 W. Univ. Ave. I I . jackie Eckdahl knows that diamonds are a girl's best friend, so he takes Carol Edwards to ROBERTSON IEWELERS, 211 W. Univ. Ave., Where sparkling Orange Blossom diamonds are sold. You feel best wearing proper-fitting shoes and Cathy Wald1'op recommends FACAN,S BOOTERY, 102 XV. Univ. Ave. They care about your feet. , A at , 3 N B perfect gown is every Cynthia Dekle sees that Avenue, has the latest styles in hats, too. To walk down the aisle in a girl's dream. Barbara Scott models this flowing gown from WILSON'S DEPARTMENT STORE WILSON'S, 22 East University . will M " ,.. A f' 5 Z. V 2411? 7:2 "' ff' M ' 14' , 4 , .1 WM, new ,M , ...---- fy! nanny? ,,,,,,r , W . :ff W f .2 Q , V W f"' 2 , f 'A " 1 ' WWW i X f 1 5125 Jima 4 ' Judy Coursey, Beth Graves, Scooter Gallagher, and comfortable trip to a football game on a bus from , I , f we - . Q ,,- f fa:i?529jQ'a!ilfiin,-f f' W 3 -Wu - Denny Guenther settle down to enjoy a safe, TRAILWAYS, 527 W. University Ave. 269 ' I k 'vita i gf-N-uv Ama: -X- f ' ' 'lf J?" 'tw 17' . in' , W. 4 4 ,, ty-. . ' , 3 A , nf Ka.. FJ st, t. . BELK'S REGENCY ROOM reflects glamour and elegance through their lovely gowns as modeled by jennifer Hansen. For Prom or Frolics shop the Regency Room of BELK'S. BELK'S SHOE DEPARTMENT carries Air Step, the shoe that makes you feel like you,re walking on air. Betsy Groves already has wings on her feet. Why don't you? Shop BELK'S. BELK,S SPORTSWEAR has the best in Bobbie Brooks along with many other quality fashions. Cathy Alvarez and Steve Shepherd find BELK'S also has the finest in matching boy-girl outfits. For the best in formal wear, footwear and sportswear, shop BELK LINDSEY in the Gainesville Shopping Center. Allan Spear always has sweet dreams when he sleeps on a mattress from GIBBS FURNITURE STORE located at 102 Southwest First Avenue. For the finest in bedroom, living room, dining room, and kitchen furniture be sure to look first at the wide selection at GIBBS. XVouldn,t GIBBS furniture look lovely in your home? Caroline McElwee and Jimmy Forsman I know that on a picnic or anytime, things go better with COIGE. Buy it at your store, from a machine, or directly from the CAINESVILLE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY, 929 East University Avenue. Fun and food and YOU go better with COKE. 'ill 11024 The Gas Genie looks on as Libby N jenkins cooks on clean, fast natural gas " ' , .t supplied by GAINESVILLE GAS, ' ' A ,AVI 237 West University Avenue. -Q Depend on CAS for cooking, heating, and . . cooling in your home. john McDonald finds the next best thing , to being there is calling long distance on one of the 35,742 phones ' distributed in Gainesville by the SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE 81 TELECRAPH CO., 400 Southwest 2nd Avenue. .ax N 4 ' 'il -Qdff N "Information" or "Sorry, this line has been disconnectedv, the operators on the information and inter- cept board efficiently carry out their duty by giving you fast, accurate information. When they aren't on the switchboard or in their offices, the employees of SOUTHERN BELL relax in the large, comfortable lounge. Here, 2 of the 415 employees take a break before returning to work. For information or service concerning vour telephone, call SOUTHERN BELL. Answering your ring with a courteous 3 N 272 MARABLE STUDIOS captures the sparkle and vitality of cheerleader Marcia Cobb in a photograph that Marcia will cherish forever. Located at 602 North Main Street, MARABLE'S can bring out the charm of your personality to be saved forever in a beautifully finished picture. Let MARABLE'S take a.ll your photos. SJ -N im muecr nmwu 'Lp ' im zvruu mm-vu 1 Z Z, ' um wmv mmm, 1 A, .... V in ' Z, The bridal consultant at RUTHERFORD'S IEWELERS helps Pam Coleman pick her china from such well-known names as Lenox and Wedgewood. Kenny Mack selects a sparkling ring from the beautiful Artcarved diamonds at RUTHER1-7'ORD'S, 103 West Universitv Avenue. A member of the national bridal service, RUTHERFORD'S is Cainesville's quality jewelers. Before you buy, look first in RUTHERFORD'S. QE Night depository service, three drive- in teller windows, and a free parking lot make the FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 104 N. Main, the perfect family bank for Cathy and Beth Ayers and you, too! Bank the FIRST NATIONAL, the bank that tells vou the time and temperature. I Susan and Kay Bourgeois help carry out VIDAL'S 65 year old tradition of treating all customers with service, promptness, and courtesy. Located at 102 East University Avenue, VIDAL DRUG COMPANY offers free pick-up and delivery ser- vice, too. Have all your prescriptions filled fast at VIDAL DRUG. Betsy Black shops DONIGAN'S, 1123 West University Avenue, for famous name brands like- Villager, Ladybug, London Fog, and Weejuns. For the finest in sportswear, shop at DONIGAN'S. x.xx wed If the treads on your tires are worn smooth, or there's a nail puncture in your spare, follow Marlene Robinson to TOWN TIRE COMPANY, 605 N.W. 8th Avenue. They'1l sell you the longest-lasting tires at the lowest prices. Drive in to TOWN TIRE today. Carol Bush and Mike Oyenarte enjoy "finger lickin' goody' KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN, North Americais hospitality dish made from Colonel Sander's own recipe. Dinners of chicken or shrimp, in a box, bucket, or barrel can be taken out or eaten in at either location, 214 N.W. 13th St. or 207 N.E. 16th Ave. Phone ahead and order KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN. David Liberman and Margaret Keppel always get the Hurricane Herald out to students on time thanks to the fast quality service of PEPPER PRINTING COMPANY, 1024 South Main. Whether you want offset or letterpress, color or black and white, no job is too large or small for PEPPER PRINTING COMPANY. CUPQLAFYL ,Q X iss K I .V fag V , W tifjflxl liq'ow"-My-,glw f . Q . A Lge Dressed for the hunt, Vera Mikell loads her shotgun at BAIRD HARDWARE COMPANY, the store with one of North Central F lo1'ida's largest gun collections. For a large selection of hardware values, shop BAIRD,S, 1 Southeast lst Avenue. Barbara Martin prepares for summer swimming at BLANCH'S SPECIALTY SHOP, the fashion center just off campus. Buy all your clothes at the shop where smart styling and smart fashions are created just for you. Shop BLANCH'S. 311 NW 13th St. 'fl t 5 'S' if Whether youlre driving, walking, or peddling, youlll really like the convenience of outside tellers. For complete banking facilities, Evin Iones and Steed Roundtree bank at the new CITIZENS BANK OF GAINESVILLE, 411 North Main Street. At the CITIZENS BANK, "the most important asset is you." Claudia Musgrave knows that whethci she needs a large or small amount, slieill alxx ix s lux e available cash in lier savings account 'it GUARANTY FEDERAL SAVINGS CX LO AN ASSOCIATION, 220 N. Main or 3501 YV. Universitv Ax e Open an account todav at GUARANTY FEDERAL. ' VVhat do you wear when you go shopping for a new suit at the PERSONALITY SHOP? Dale Robbins wears a stylish dotted swiss dress that's also from the PERSONALITY SHOP, 8 E. Univ. Ave. Featuring Bobbie Brooks and Iantzen, the PERSONALITY SHOP is the best place to buy or browse. Iudy Kelly can't bear to part with her chair even long enough for Vernon McDaniell and Tommy Cassett to load it up and deliver it. People always fall in love with the furniture at MCDANIELL FURNITURE CO., in the Gainesville Shopping Center. Frank Hartman is treat- ed like a top exec when he banks at the UNIVERSITY CITY BANK, 1116 W. Univ. Ave. For red carpet treatment, bank at UNIVERSITY CITY. AI-'HX 278 A f , a Sidney Hazen is being a bit unconventional in decorating his boat with Ann Lovett, but no matter how individual tastes are, there's a boat for everyone at GATOR MARINE, 1221 East Univ. Ave. There's one for you, too. Al Tunstall buys all his building materials at MCCOY BUILDING SUPPLY CENTER, 2200 North Main. He knows that McCOY'S can fill all building needs no matter what they are. The loveliness of Susan Hazen is captured forever in this picture from ROY GREEN STUDIO, 1232 West University Avenue For beautiful, life-like portraits, both painted and photographed, come to ROY GREEN STUDIO today. Kathy McGee finds unlimited treasure in a box of fine fish or fancy fowl from CAPTAIN LOUIS GALLEY with two locations: 309 N.W. 13th St. and 231 N.W. 10th Avenue. 1 5, . 4- HJC! W2 5 4, , VVhen thev can't follow the game on the road, Romaie Ward, Frankie Osborne, and Oler Crosby follow it on WGGG RADIO, 1230 on the dial. For the best coverage of CHS sports, up-to-the-minute news, area weather, and popular music, listen to WGCC. 280 ,,-N, 9,'tx2r2,Af ,, 2 ,,, f A ffawfw A W K 5..,,M,,,.4wf ' 5-'ff 'Mew W2 Roberta Wakuya and Sharlan Eng know that whether you prefer to use a fork or chopsticks, CANTON RESTAURANT, 813 West University Avenue, is the only place to go for the most delicious American and Chinese food rl Q H 'if x sq f A I S t x Qf d 5, Mary Grace Hardee discusses a loan with her father, vice-president of the FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK, 120 YV. Univ Drive-in, walk-up, and inside windows make depositing as easy as borrowing. Bank at the FLORIDA NATIONAL. IFS everybody's bank! 'S 4 ,gs Looking over this lovely cedar chest, RANDY LAW finds that inside and out the fumiture at HOME BEAUTIFUL, 1703 N Main passes even the closest inspection. 'A f it f Nfiiff , f, ff f ' , 125+ "?4'ff'7"f',v '24, 1.2, fz v ,,,,,, I f f f 1 ' ' ff ' ' Hop in your car, ride a stick horse, or use whatever transportation is available, and follow Ierry Smith and Randi Shepphard to either of IERRYS RESTAURANTS two convenient locat1ons, 2310 SVV or 1505 NVV 13th Street. jackie Taylor and Mary Ann Pringle sez, "You'll kick up a hoeclown when you see the passel of values at GULF HARDWARE, in the Gainesville Shopping Center. Mosey on over and look a spell at sum mighty fine hardware." Donna Pothier and Sandra Thomas trade pigtails for locks of loveliness at RAME HAIR STYLIST, 319 W. Univ. Ave. Patronize RAME'S, wh-ere loveliness is made lovelier. Boss Kenny Parker dictates Dlane Scott PARKER S 14 S. Main supplies Shop PARKER S and see. When her piggy bank is full, Iudy Macrostie hurries to FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN, 249 W. Univ. Ave., or 516 NW 13th. She knows savings in by the 20th earn from the Ist at FIRST FEDERAL. XX. , f , Susan Cunningham says, "A large line of cosmetics and fast, free delivery service are just two of the many features youlll find at GRESHAM DRUG STORE, 12 West Univ. Avenue, or 13TH PHARMACY, 1522 NW l3th." ww """'f .cw i lb.: .--I hail: 2 'Shel A Johnny jackson relaxes after a day of shopping at FIELDS. For clothing, appli- ances, home furnishings, garden supplies, sporting goods, hard- ware, and paint, shop at I. M. FIELDS, your quality discount store, 1409 NW 23rd Blvd. All jeff Montgomery wants for Christmas is a comfortable easy chair from COX FURNITURE CO., 19 SE lst Ave. Buy complete home furnishings at COX'S, the store with terms tailored to suit your budget. Located at 821 N.W. 13th FRANK N. ANDERSON, PHOTOCRAPHER, one of Florida's most modern studios, specializes in portraits, weddings, childrerfs and group pictures, commer- cial and publicity work. Everything must be in place Senior pictures taken by FRANK ANDERSON provide fond memories for Patsy Garrett to recall through the years. before FRANK N. ANDERSON, PHOTOGRAPHER takes the picture, so Kathy Gallagher helps out by straightening Alan Summer's tie. "'-wr-tw-Pg , X Q E Jem A lm : MA Two roads diverged . . . 1 took the one . . . And that has made all the difference. -Robert Frost F 3 4 A., N La I A 6 An empty Gainesville High School- within the shadows lie treasured memories, challenges faced, experiences sustained, difficulties overcome this year. A deserted Citizens' Field- a scene of growth in character, winning or losing. A chosen path - progressing toward higher goals, acquiring direction - Confrontations have been met . . Conflicts have been overcome . . . Choices have been made. 7 HUDSON, JOSEPH T. - 18, 19 NELLER, JOHN - 19 ALLEN, DWIGHT - 22 ANDERSEN, HELEN QMRSJ - 22, 155 ANDERSON, FRANCES CMRSJ - 22, 31 ASH, LOUISE qMRS.p - 22, 26, 78, 127, 278 BAKER, ROBERT - 22 BARTLETT, VIRGINIA QMRSJ - 22, 27, 48 BENNETT, ANDASIA QMRSJ - 22 BOYLES, SHELTON - 22 23, 40, BROWN, CONNIE CMRSJ - 22, 26 BROWN, SARAH CMRSJ - 23, 56 BRYAN, MARY CMRSJ - 23, 56 BUSWELL, MARIAN QMRSJ - 23, CARROLL, DONNA QMRSJ - 23 COMBS, LUCILE CMRSJ - 23 CONARD, BETTY CMRSJ - 23 COOPER, TOM - 23, 85 DAVIS, ROBERT, - 23, 120 DICKS, WESLEY - 23, 120, 166 DONALDSON, BARDWELL - 23 DOYLE, ANITA CMRSJ - 23, 88 ECHOLS, LOUISE QMRSJ -23 ELLIOTT, ANNA KMRSJ - 23, 114 108 93 ELLIOTT, MARY QMRSJ - 23, 43, 44 ESPOSITO, 'LLICE CMRSJ - 23, 32 FAIN, LUCILE QMRSJ - 23,50 FISCH-ER, JUDITH KMRSJ - 24 FLOWERS, PATRICIA QMRSJ - 24 GALLAGHER, FRANK - 24 Adams, Edsel Ailstock, Jane Cheerleadel Players 11, Parker - Annual Staff Latin Club 10, 11, - Deceased Oct. 8, 1965 12, 10, 11, 12, Hurricane Los Sombreritos 11, LSA 12, Pep Club 11,12, St. Council 11, 12. pg. 39, 53, 91, 222. Ainslie, Kent McConnell - H.R. Vice- President 10, President 11, Wheel 11, 12, pg. 116, 222 Aldennan, Susan Frances - FHA 11, 12 - pg. 222 Ambrose, Linda Sue - Anchor 11, 12, Band 10, 11, Assistant Business Manager 12, FHA 11, Los Sombreritos 12, Pep Band 1O,11, 12. - pg. 50, 66, 98, 222 Amos, Allen Dale - FFA: Hurricane Players, Thesbians. - pg. 43, 222 Andersen, Henrik W. - pg. 222 Anderson, Andy - pg. 29, 222 Anderson, Candace Faye - Beta 11, 12, Camelot 11, Carousel 12, Chorus 10, 12, FHA 10, H.R. Secretary 11, 12, Finian'S Rainbow 10, Madrigals 11, 12, Paramedical 10, 11, Girls' Sextet 10, Girls' Trio 11, 12. - pg. 62, 94, 103, 222 Anderson, Carol Aimee - French Club 10, 11, Scribblers 10, Secretary-Treasurer 11, 12, - pg. 40, 48, 222 11, Anderson, Charles Wade - Transferred from Florida Military School and College, DCT 12. - pg. 82 Anderson, Lesley Louisa - Transferred from Fairhope High School 10, Camelot make-up 11, Civinettes 10, Chap. 11, President 12, H.R. 12, St. Coun. 12, Swirmning 11, LSA 10 - pg. 104, 222 Angulo Lourdes Ines - DE 12, Los Sombreritos 10, SHH 10, St. Coun. CBE 12 - pg. 32 Annis, .Emerson - pg. 222 Anthony, James David Mu Alpha Theta 11, 12, - pg. 53, 59, Amold, Theodore Walter Latin Club - pg. 222 - LSA 11, - Civitan Jr. 288 10, 12, 222 11, faculty index GALLANT, BARBARA CMRSJ - 24 GOODYEAR, MARIAN qMRS.J 24, 105 GRAND, WIN1P'RI1'31f:-IKMZIRIS-1 - 24 HAMILTON, JOS P - HAMMOND, MARGARET QMRSJ - 24, 98 HATCH, CARNIE - 24, 95, 120, 136, 137 HENDERSON, ANN qMRS.J - 24 HENDRICKSON, CELA CMRSJ - 19, 90 HILL FRED - 24, 106 HILL, MARTE fMRS1 -24 HILLYARD, FOREST 1MRS.J - 24, 86 HOLLOWAY, BARBARA KMRSJ - 24 1NGRAM,LARRYNh2g1, 24 ACOBS, LIE . . JENKINSRIIERA QMRSJ - 25, 50, 53 JONES, JACK - 25, 120, 164 JUSTISS, ROBERT - 25, 84 KETTLEKAMP, STEPHANIE - 25 KINSER, VICKIE CMISSJ - 25, 100 LOWE, JOE - 25, 75 LUCAS, STANLEY - 25 LYDICK, HARRY - MANNING, HURLEY - 116, 120 MACCULLOUGH, ALICE cMRS.J - 25 MARSH, VICICIE CMRSJ 25 MASE, PATRICIA qMRS.J - 25 MCCLUNC, MARTY CMISSJ - 25 MORELAND, J. B. - 25 MURPHREE, CATHERINE 4MRs.J - 25 NEWTON, IRENE fMRS.J - 25 NIBLACK, JAMES - 110, 120, 121, 133 NOLAN, JOHN - 25 OSBORN, MARGARET QMRSJ - 26, 97 senior index Asaro, Kenneth Robert - Transferred from Southwest Miami - pg. 222 Auffenberg, Walter - pg. 222 Ayers, Mary Catherine - Alpha, honorary member 12, Annual Staff 11, Editor- in-chief 12, H.R. President 10, Keyette 10, Treasurer 11, 12, Latin Club 10, Treasurer 11, Los Sombreritos Vice- President 11, LSA 11, 2nd Vice-Presi- dent 12, Mu Alpha Theta 11, 12, NHS 11, Secretary-Treasurer 12, Quill 6t Scroll 12, SHH 12, St. Coun. 11, 12. pg. 38, 41, 53, 59, 91, 92, 113, 223, 274. Bairi Carol - 223 Barger, Lynn 'Marie - H.R. Treasurer 12, JAS 12, Keyettes 10, 11, Hist. 12, LSA 10, 11, 12, Finian's Rainbow 10, Mu Alpha Theta 11, Vice President 12, NHS 11, Hfsr. 12, SHH 10, 11, 12 - pg. 78, 92, 113, 223. Barlow, Amy Jouvette - Camelot make- up 11, Carousel make-up 12, GAA 12, Lsa 11, 12, NHS 11, 12, Pep Band 12, SHH 12. - pg. 51, 52, 70, 72, 79, 92, 223. Baia, Charles James - Basketball manager Bass,'Morgan - pg. 87 Beattie, Jeannie - Civinettes 11, Pts. Chairman 12, FHA 11, Mu Alpha Theta 11, 12 - pg. 59, 68, 223 Beaty, Evelyn Louise - Anchor 12, FHA 10, 11 pg. 98, 223 Beck, Clent Everett - DCT President 12, FFA Treasurer 12, H.R. President 12, St. Coun. 12 - pg. 87, 91, 224 Beck, Linda - pg. 224 Below, Mary Jane - FHA 11, Majorettes 11, 12 - ng. 65, 224 Beltz, Michael - DE 12 - pg. 85, 224 Benton, Sheryl - pg. 224 Berg. Aileen - FHA 11, 12 - pg. 224 Bevlue, Harper Terry fdeceased Feb 18, 19661 - H.R. Vice-President 10, DCT, FFA, H.R. Treasurer 11 PHILPOTT, HELEN KMRSJ - 26 REAVES, DOROTHY f-MRS.l - 26 RHEA, MARGURITE QMRSJ - 26 ROGERS, NORMA fMRS.J 26 SELLE, CATHERINE lMRS.J - 20, 26 SHARP, MARY qMRS.1 - 22, 26, 93 SMALLWOOD, JANET 4MRS.p - 26 SMITH, FAITH QMRSJ - 26 STRICKLAND, ALBERT - 25, 26, 111 STUMP, KAREN fMRS.J - 26 SWEENEY, BEATRICE fMRS.J - 26, 54 STEWART, CAROLYN CMRSJ - 26, 105 THOMAS, GEORGE, - 20 THOMPSON, IRENE 4MRS.J - 26 TOWER, ROY - 26, 82 TURB, LUCY KMRSJ - 20, 26 TUTTLE, VEDA ,MRSA - 26 VICKERY, SANDRA QMRSJ - 27, 113 WALLACE, RUTH KMRSJ - 27 WANNINGER, MILDRED fMRS.7 - 59 WEINBERG, MARGARET fMRS.7 -102 WESTMORELAND, PEC fMRS.J - 27, 38, 41 WHIDDON, VIRGINIA QMRSJ - 27 WHITE, TIM - vvHITLEY, ED - 27 YARBOROUGH, HAZEL KMRSJ - 27 CROSBY, ANNE CMRSJ - 21, 112 DELONY, JEAN KMRSJ - 21 HENNESSY, HARRIET QMRSJ - 21 ROBINSON, SARAH KMRSJ - 21 Bianchi, Shen'y Ann - Beta 11, 12, Chorus 10, 11, Girls Chorus Secretary 10, French Club 12, Finian'S Rainbow 10, Mu Alpha Theta 11, 12, NHS 12 - pg. 59, 103, 224 Bigelow, Constance - Beta 12, FHA 10 - pg. 100, 224. Bird, Julie Diane - Transferred from Cocoa High School 11, Band 10, 11, 12, Beacon 12, French Club 11, FTA 12, Hurricane Herald 12, Hurricane Players 12, Orchestra 12, Pep Band 11, 12 - pg. 37, 66, 68, 88, 100, 224 Birkett, Keith Frank - pg. 224 Bishop, John Otis, Jr. - pg. 224 Block, Judith Claire - Courtship of Eddie's Father 11, Finian's Rainbow make-up 10, French Club 10, 11, Treasurer 12, FTA 10, H.R. Secretary 11, Hurricane Herald 10, Features, Editor 11, Editor- in-chief 12, Mu Alpha Theta 12, NHS 11, 12, Quill and Scroll 11, 12, Scribblers 10, Editor 11, Sigma Anchor 10, 11, Treasurer 12, Thespians 11, 12, "You Can't Take It With You", Inter Club Council 12 - pg. 36, 40, 41, 44, 48, 59, 92, 115, 224 Boals, Sandy Maree - CBE 12 - pg. 33, 224 Bohannon, Frank Leamon - TEC 11, Secretary 12 - pg. 224 Bohannon, Nina - pg. 224 Bohannon, Ten'y - pg. 225 Bolton, Marilyn Christine - Anchor 11, 12, Band 10, 11, 12, FHA 11, Latin Club 10, 11, Pep Club 10, 11 - pg. 66, 98, 225 Bourgeois, Susan Bea - Annual Staff 12, Cheerleader 10, 11, 12, French Club 10, 11, Secretary 12, FHA 10, H.R. Presi- dent 10, Secretary 11, Secretary 12, Hurricane Players 11, NHS 11, 12, Pep Clgb 10, ll, 12 - pg. 39, 48, 152, 225, 27 Bowles, Mary Jane - Camelot 11' 12, FHA 104 FTA 12, GAA 1i,C1?1g:Fi Rainbow 10, Lating Club 10, hladrigals 11- 12: Paramedical 10 - pg. 32, 42, 62. 225 BOWIHIU1, Thomas - pg. 225 Bfackllh Carolyn Ela.ine - Transferred from John F. Kennedy High School, Guam 12 Bfilgg, Pamela .10 - Anchor 10, Sgt-at-anus 11, 125 FHA 10, 11, Latin Club 12' CBE 12 - pg. 32, as, 225 ' Bmmefi Margaret Ann - Transferred from Fort Edward High School, Fort Edward N. Y. 10 - pg 225 f Branch, Eugene Amistead - Basketball 10- Baseball 11, 12, Fppfbllll 10, 11, 12, 'G Cl'-lb 11, 123 H.R. Vice-President 10, President 11, Vice-President 12 - pg. 73 121, 122, 131, 168, 225 ' Brannon, Virginia - Beta 10, 11, FHA 10, 11, Latin Club 10 - pg. 33, 225 Brasington, Albert Lawrence - French Club los UCD Club 12, Hurricane Players 124 Ley Club 10, 11, 12, N111 Alpha Theta 11, 12, St. Coun. 12, Swimming 10, 11, 12 - pg. 44, 73, 91, 111, 164, 226 Brasmgton, Bruce Roger - H.R. Vice- President 10, Treasurer 12, Los Som- breritos 10, Orchestra 10, Tennis 12 - pg. 225 Bratcher, Alvin Daniel - Cross-Country 1O,11,12: Track 12 - pg. 226 Brattis, Bobatte Brill, Erie Iames - pg. 111, 226. Brinson, Vicki - pg. 60,G1,63,226. Bristowe, Katherine Geraldine - Civinetteg 1O,11,12, H.R. Secretary 12, Finianls Rainbow 10 - pg, 104, 226. Brooke, Kathryn - Beta 10, Camelot 11, Carousel 12, Chorus 10,1l,12, FTA 10, H.B. Secretary 10, Finian's Rainbow 10, Madrigals 11, Melodettes 11, President 12, '1'hespia.n 12 - pg. 61,62,226. Bl'00k5, Daniel Lee - Transferred from Boone High School 12. Brooks, Steve BYOWIL G1'3YS0n - Band 10, French Club 12, Key Club 11,12, Mu Alpha Theta 12, Pep Band 10, Tennis 10, Captain 11,12. - pg. 4S,59,73,111,126,16O,161. Brown, Henry Clay - French Club 11,12, Key Club 10, Chap. 11,12, Latin Club 10, Pen Club 12. - pg. 48,226. Brown, Kenneth Allan - Football 11. Brown, Samuel - Band 10,11,12, Pep Band 10,11,12g NHS 12, - pg. 66,227. Browing, Ruth - pg, 227, Broyles, Luther Clayton - Basketball 10, Football 10,11,12, "C" Club 11,12. - pg. 121,127,227. Bryant, Ioseph Daniel - Thespian 12, Camelot 11, Carousel 12, Chorus 10,11, 12, Finian's Rainbow 10, Latin Club 11, Madrlgals 10.12. - pg. 60,61,62.63,227. Bryant, Linda Kay - Annual Staff 12, Courtship- of Eddiefs Father 11, French Club 10,11, Vice-President 12, Hurricane Players 11,12, NHS 11,12, Pep Club 11, Vice-President 12, Seribblers 11,12, St. Coun. 11,12, Thespian 12. - pg. 39,40, 44,48,91,92,227. Buchanan, Danny - pg. 227. Buchanan, Joseph - Transferred from Lincoln High School 11. - pg. 227. Burge, Harry Steven - Football 10,11,12, - pg. 45,227.1 Burge, Harry Steven - Football 10,11,12, Wheel 12, "C" Club 11, President 12. - pg. 73,116,12l,227,266. Burroughs, Toni - Thespian 12, Camelot 11, Carousel 12, Chorus 10,11,12, IAS 10, Finian's Rainbow 10, Pammedical 10. - pg. 45.227 Burton, Phyllis Katherine - pg. 277. Bushnell, Peter Stirling - Carousel 12, M11 Alpha Theta 11,12, NHS 11,12, Orchestral Librarian 10,11,12, SHH 12, LSA 10,11,12. - pg. 51,53,59,66,6s,227. Bryd, Daniel Benjamin - Football 10, Key Club 11,12. - pg. 111,227. p f f iitw . . ,lvv 3 . 1 , --H ". A, ' vip ?'?,., P " 'fl' 'A ,,?ei2i , eff5Tff',jg , , Q Though from many walks of life, the National Honor Society Scholarship Semi-finalists all remain winners. Seated: Sharlan Eng, Porter Horne ffinalistl. Standing, left to right: David Dusenbury, Sue Widmayer, Bill Lear, Peggy Thompson tfinalistl and Richard Omer. Caldwell, Noralyn Cynthia - Anchor Secre- tary 11, Secretary 12, FHA Secretary 10, HB .Vice-President 10. - pg. 227. Campbell, Ann Louise - Cheerleader 10, Sponsor 11,12, H.B. Treasurer 10, Vice- President 11, President 12, Pep Club 10, 11, Secretary 12, St. Coun. 10,11,12. - pg. 7,73,155,227. Canino, Edward - pg. 227. Carr, john - pg. 227. Carr, Walter William - Carousel 12, Chorus 12, H.R. President 12. - pg. 61, 227. Carroll, Iudy Sharon - pg. 32,228 Cason, Marion Irene - Anchor 10,11, Treasurer 12, FHA 10, Los Sombreritos 10, CBE Treasurer 12, - pg. 32,228 Cason, Wanda Louise - Civinettcs 11,12, DE 12, FHA 10. - pg. 85,228 Cato, Tom Finley - FFA 10.11,12. Chaffin, Kathleen Ann - Transferred from Newberry High School 10. pg. 228. Chaffin, Priscilla Arme - Civinettes 11,12, FHA 11. - pg. 228. Chesser, Bonnie lime - FHA l1,12. - pg. 228. Christie, Thomas Kenneth Clark, Donna - pg. 228. Clark, Hortcnse - pg. 85,228. Clarkson, Linda Susan - French Club 11, Colf ll, 1111. Secretary 12, Kcvcttcs 10,11.12, Mu Alpha 'l1l1Ct'2l 11, NHS 12, Pop Club 12. - pg. 93,113,228 Cleveland, Linda Ruth - FIIA 11,12g FSA Corrcs. S4-crctllrv 12, - pg. 31,228 Cliett, Geoffrey David - Band 10.11,12, Latin Club 1l,l2, Pep Bllnd 10,11,12. - ng. 54,228 Cline, Kenneth Cochran, Mark Dennis -Transferred froln Bnmey High School Puerto Rico 12, Fnpihllll 12. - pg. 121, 288. Coker. Linda - ng, 228. Collins, Amanda Lee - pg. 103,228 Condo, Chervl Susan - Aloha 11, CAA 11, Latin Club 10, Pep Club 10,12 - pg. 96,228 Cone. Thomas Iennings - Football 10,12, "C" Club 12: Camma 10.11,12, Track 10. - DSI. 108.121.125.228,26G. Copeland, Richard Evan - Basketball 10, 11,12, "Cv Club 11,12. - pg. 73,136,229 Coram, Patricia Ann - Carousel 12, Courtship of Eddie's Father 11, Keyettes 11,l2, Los Sombreritos 11. - pg. 113,229. Corfee, Linda Sue - Transferred from North Fort Myers High School 12. - pg. 82. Cormier, Leslie Ann - Alpha 10,11,12, Golf 10,11,12, Hurricane Herald Staff 11,12, sf. Coup. 12. - pg. 37,4l,96,229. Costantino, joel - Football 10, H.R. Vice- President 11, IAS 10,11, Vice-President 12, Key 11,12, Latin Club 10,11, NHS 11, Vice-President 12, St. Coun. 1l,12. - pg. 7s,9l,94,229. Coulthurst, Don Cowart, Margaret Colene - Alpha 10,11, 12, Pep Club 11,12, St. Coun. 11. - pg. 96,229,267 Cox, Carol Cainell - DE 12. - pg. 229. Cox, Cecil Darius - pg. 229. Cox, Robert Cox, Sa.m Boniere - pg. 229. Cranford, Peggy - pg. 84,229. Crawford, Carmen Diane - Civinettes 10, 11, Secretary 12, Los Sombreritos 11. - pg. 104,229. Crawford, Robert Amold Crawford, Steve - pg. 229. Crosby, Connie Lynn - FHA 10, FSA 11, President 12, H.Ii. Secretary 10, CBE 12. - pg. 31,33,229. Crowder, Cavid Carroll - Football 10,11, 12, Club 12. - pg. 73,230,246 Crozier, Elizabeth Loraine - Anchor 11,12, Camelot 11, Carousel 12, Chorus 10, 289 12, Civinettes Secretary-Treasurer 12, Finian's Rainbow 10, Los Sombreritos 10, hladrigals 12, lN1elOdett6S 12, Pep Club 12, SHH 11, Thespian 12- Choralettes 10,12. - pg. 61,63 98 230, Cruickshanks, Alexander - Basketball, 10. 11, jr. Class Vice-President, Football 10, 11,12, "on Club 11, secrerary-TmaSu,,,Q 12, H.R. Vice-President 10, Vice-Pregi- dent 11, Track 12, Wheel 1112. - prr 73,11e,121,131,230. ' C' Cruse, William Frederick Culbreath, Steve Earl - Chorus 1011- Football 10,125 o 10. - 1 ' 127,230 mm pg' 21' Cunningham, Susan Evelyn - Alpha 10,11, EOM 10,11,12, Hurricane Herald Staff usiness manag 11,12. - . 230284. er pg 3696, Danielson, JoAnn - pg. 98,230, Daquila, Bernard -- pg, 230, Davis, Allen Scott - Swimming 12. Davis, Barbara Carole - Transferred from Alfred I. DuPont High School 1965, FSA 12, CBE 12. - pg. 31,33,230. Davis, Geraldine - Camelot 11, Carousel 12, FHA 10, Orchestra 11,12, Para- medical 10, - pg. 68,230 Davis, Ira Albert - Track 11,12 - pg. 231. Davis, Josh Daniel - Los Sombreritos 10, 11, NHS 12, NVheel 1O,11,12. - pg. 93, 116,230 Davis, Linda lean - Annual Staff 11 Class Editor 12, Los Sombreritos 10, Mu Alpha Theta 11,12 NHS 11,12, SHH 11,12, LSA 10,11, Quill and Scroll 12, - pg. 39,41,51,53,59,81,92,231. Davis, Martha Iune - DE 12, DECA Treasurer 12, FHA 10. - pg 85,231 m"""' .mg mt 2 Davis, Mitchell - pg. 231 Davis, Z. Jean - Pep Club 10,12, St, Coun. 10, Swimming Manager 12. - pg. 165,231 Davisworth, Jane - pg. 231. Deas, JoAnn - DECA 12, FHA 11, H.R. President 10, St. Coun. 11. - pg. 84,91, 231. Deas, William Bruce - Basketball 10,11, Football 10,12, "G" Club 11,12, H.R. 10, Mu Alpha Theta 11,12, NHS 11,12, St. Coun. 10: Track 11,12, Wheel 10,11, 12. - pg. 59,73,92,116,121,231. Deaux, Dorothy Elaine - Beacon 10, Treasurer 11, President 12, FHA 10,11, FSA 11,12, NHS 12, St. Coun. 12. - pg. 30,91,100,231. De Cardenas, Lourdes - Transferred from Sebring High School 1964, French Club 11, H.R. Treasurer 12, CBE 12. - pg. 32231. Dekle, Cynthia. Ann - Class Secretary 11,12, Keyettes 10,11, Secretary 12, Pep Club 10.11,12, St. Coun. 11,12, Swim- ming 10,11,12. - pg. 91,113,218,231,269. DeLa.ney, Allen Clover - Class President 12, Key Club 10,11, Secretary 12, Latin Club 10, Los Sombreritos 10, Mu Alpha Theta 11,12, NHS 11,12, SHH 11, St. Coun. 10,12. - pg. 58,91,92,111,218,231. Delony, Christine Campbell - Class Treasurer 10, Keyettes 10,11, Secretary 12. - pg. 42,113,231,236. Denkewalter, Susan Linda - Transferred from Wayland High School, Mass. 1964, Camelot 10, Carousel 12, Hurricane Players 12, NHS 12, Sigma Anchor 11, 12, SHH 11. - pg. 93,113,231. Diaz, Olivia Ann - Transferred from William Howard Taft High School, '4.2?..i??'. 'ws 45,12 'ff Pete Enwall and Elaine Tew compare Souvenirs from Boys' State and Girls' State. 290 Bronx, New York 1965, FHA 125 FTA 12, LSA 12. - pg. 79,232 Dilgren, Janis Pauline - Camelot 113 Carousel 12, Chorus 10,11,12, Courtship of Eddie's Father 11, H.R. Secret111'Y 113 Hurricane Players 11,12, Finliins Hafn- bow 10, Melodettes 11, TreaSu1'C1'-H155 12, NHS 11,125 Sigma Anchor 11,l2, SHH 12, St. Coun. 11, Thespian Secre- tary 12, jr. Steering Committee. - pg. 44,51,63,232,256. Doerr, Robert Matthew - Band 10,11, Camelot 11, Carousel 12, Courtship of Eddie's Father 12, Hurricane Players 11, Los Sombreritos 11, Pep Club 11,12. - pg. 232. Douglas, jerry E. - Carousel 12, Chorus CBoysl 12. - pg. 232. Doyle, Pat - pg. 72, 232. Doyle, Ronald Lee - Transferred from St. Petersburg High School 11, Basket- ball 12, FTA 12, HGH Club 11,12, Hurricane Herald Staff 12, Key Club 12, Pep Club Treasurer 12, SHH 12, Thes- pian 11,12 - pg. 36,52,73,111,136,142, 144,145,232,282. Druash, Mark Thomas - pg. 232. Dudley, Mary Emma - pg. 100,232 Dusenbury, David Eugene - Band 10,11, 12, Courtship of Eddie's Father 11, French Club 10,11,12, H.R. President 12, Hurricane Herald Staff 12, Hurricane Players 12, Mu Alpha Theta 12, NHS 11, President 12, Pep Band 10,11,12, Thes- pains 11,12, You Can't Take It With You 12. - pg. 37,41,44,48,59,92,232. Dykes, Ted Lewis - DCT 10,11,12, FFA 10,11. - pg. 82, 232. Eckdahl, lack - Football 10,11, Co-Captain 1 f,0 , f ' . 12: UCD Club 10,11,12. - pg. 1l6,120, 121,126,127,132,133,166,220,232,26S. Edwards, Alice Linda - Chorus 105 FSA ll, lst. Vice President 125 Finian's Rainbow 105 CBE 12. - pg. 31,33,232. Edwards, Carol - Alpha 105 Pep Club 11,12. - pg. 232,268 Ellerbe, Christopher Hawthome - Camelot 115 Carousel 125 Cross Country 105 FTA 12: Orchestra 10,11,125 You Can't Take It With You 12. - pg. es,8s,232. Elliott, Patricia - Civinettes His. 11, Secretary 125 CBE Vice President 12, - pg. 32.l04,232,236. Eng, Sharlan Laurena - Band 10,11,125 Camelot 115 Carousel 125 Class Vice President 11, Secretary 125 Finians Rainbow 105 Latin Club 10,115 Mu Alpha Theta 11, Treasurer 125 NHS 11, Tutoring Chaimian 125 Orchestra 10,11, 125 Pep Band 10: Scxibblers 125 Sigma Anchor 10, Hist. 11, Secretary 12. - pg. 59,66,63,92,115,232,280. E-I1gliSh, Linda - Camelot 115 Carousel 125 Chorus 10,11,125 Courtship of Eddie's Father 11, FHA 105 Hurricane Players 11,125 Finian's Rainbow 105 Melodettes 10, Treasurer 11,125 Thespians 11,125 You Can't Take It YVith You 12. - ng. 44,e3,233, Ennis, Mary Sharon - Civinettes 11, Hist. 12, FHA 10,11,12. - pg. 104,233 Enwall, Peter Christian - Boy's State 11, Class President 115 Football 10,11, C0- captain 125 "G" Club 11,125 H.R. President 115 Latin Club 10,115 NHS 11,125 St. Coun. 10,11, President 125 You Canit Take lt With You 12. - pg. 3,5,73,90,91,92,120,121,220,221,233. Estes, Emory - DE 125 DECA 12. - pg. 84,233 Estes, Rama Ree - Chorus 105 DE 12. -pg. 85,233 Eustis, William P. - Transferred from Boca Ciega High School 105 Wheel 11. - pg. 233. Faber Sonja Marie-Mar erite - Forei n s SU g Exchange Student from Lycee de Ieunes Filles, Luxembourg, 125 French Club 125 GAA 125 Mu Alpha Theta 125 NHS 125 Sigma Anchor 125 St. Coun. 12. - pg. 5,48,59,72,93,234. Fagan, john Michael - Band 10,11,125 Civitan Ir. 11, President 125 Los Sombreritos 115 Pep Band 10,11,125 St. Coun. 12, Track 11,125 Interclub Coun. pg. 91,106,10f7,234. Fagen, Marie Louise - Chorus 105 Court- ship of Eddie's Father 115 French Club 10,11,125 FHA 115 Hurricane Players 11,125 Mu Alpha Theta 125 Sigma Anchor 10,11, Hist. 125 Thespian 11,12. - pg. 44,48,59,115,234. Farrell, W. C. - pg. 66,234. Faulkner, George - Transferred from Lincoln High School 11,125 Baseball 125 Football 12. - pg. 121,125. Flake, Terry - pg. 234. Flanagan, Rocky - pg. 234. Fleischman, Ieaxme - Transferred from Palatka High School, Beacon 11, Chap- lain 125 FTA 115 Latin Club 11,12. - pg. 234. Fletcher, William Stewart - Camelot 115 Carousel 125 Chorus 10,11,125 H.R. President 125 Finian's Rainbow 10. - pg. 234. Ford, Quinton Fowler, Leon Everett - Band 10,11,125 Pep Band 10,11,12. -pg. 66,234 Fulmer, Sybil N. - Anchor 10,11, Parl. 125 Carousel 125 Chorus 105 French Club 10,11,125 FTA 125 Finian's Rainbow 105 Madrigals 10,11,125 Melodettes 105 Or- chestra 105 Tennis 11,12. - pg. 62,63, 72,88,234. Fulwood, Io Anne - Camelot 115 Car- ousel 125 Chorus 10,11,125 FHA 10.125 CAA 11,125 H.R. Secretary- Treasurer 115 Finiaifs Rainbow 105 Madrigals 10,11,125 Melodettes 105 Or- chestra 105 Tennis 11,12. - pg. 62.63. 72.88.159,l60,234. U Gabbard, Mike - You Can't Take It With You 12. - pg. 45,234. Gales, Martha Ann - FHA 11. Gallagher, Kathleen Mary - Alpha 10, Sgt.-at-Arms 11,125 Annual Staff 11, Sports Editor 125 H.R. President 10, Vice-President 115 Hurricane Players 10,11,125 Los Sombreritos 105 Pep Club 10,1l,125 Quill and Scroll 12, SHH 11,125 St. Coun. 11, Vice-President 125 LSA 10,11,12. - pg. 7,39,41,44,9o,91,96, 151,234,236,285. Gammage, Bethany Ama - Alpha 10,11, President 125 Annual Staff 11, Bus. Mgr. and Subscrip. Mgr. 125 H.R. President 10, Vice-President 115 Los Sombreritos 105 Mu Alpha Theta 11,125 NHS 125 Paramedical 105 Pep Club 10,11,125 SHH 11, Treasurer 125 St. Coun. 10,11, Rec. Secretary 12. - pg. 38,41,51,52,59,91,93, 96,235,281. Gammon, Nellie Gay - Camelot 115 Courtship of Eddie's Father 115 Hur- ricane Herald Staff 125 Hurricane Players 11,125 Los Sombreritos 105 NHS 125 Mu Alpha Theta 11,125 Sigma Anchor 10, Parl. 11, Vice-President 125 SHH 11, Hist. 12, Thespians 11,12, LSA 10,11, Hist. 12. - pg. 37,41,44,51, 53,59,93,115,220,221,235. Ganzenhuber, Albert - Transferred from Canada 115 French Club 125 Hurricane Herald Staff 12, NHS 12. - pg. 37, 48,93,235. Gardiner, Carol Diane - Camelot 115 Chorus 10,115 FTA 125 GAA 115 Finian's Rainbow 105 Los Sombreritos 125 Paramedical 10,115 Sigma Anchor 115 St. Coun. 105 Swimming 10,11,12. -pg. 50,165,235 Gamer, Debbie - Transferred from Arlington 125 Pep Club 12. - pg. 235. Garrett, Kurt Lane - Chess Club 105 Courtship of Eddie's Father 115 Key Club 11,125 Los Sombreritos 115 LSA 11,12. - pg. 53,111,235 Garrett, Patsy Catherine - Civinettes 11, Sgt.-at-Arms, French Club 10,11, Presi- dent 125 FHA 11, Vice-President5 NHS 12. - pg. 48,81,93,235,285. Gassett, Calvin Coolidge - Basketball 10,11,125 Football 105 H.R. Vice-Presi- dent 10, President 115 Track 10,11. - pg. 136,142,143,157,159,235. Gathercole, George Henry III Gathercole, Gregory Michael - Gamma 11,125 Los Sombreritos 105 Swimming 105 LSA 11. - pg. 108,235 Gavan, Margaret jean - Courtship of Eddie's Father 115 FHA 105 Hurricane Players 10,115 Los Sombreritos 10,115 Mu Alpha Theta 11,125 Sigma Anchor 10,11,125 Thespian 11,12. - pg. 44,52 59,76,115,235. George, James Lawrence - French Club 10,115 Key Club 10,11, Sr. Board Member 125 Mu Alpha Theta 11,125 NIEIS 11,125 St. Coun. 11. - pg. 92,111, 23 . George, John Lear - French Club 10,115 H.R. President 125 Key Club 10,11, Vice- President 12, Mu Alpha Theta 11,125 NHS 11,125 St. Coun. 11. - pg. 111,235. George, Linda Marie - Los Sombreritos 105 LSA 11,12. - pg. 53,235. Gerke, Robin L. - Majorettes 10,11, Co- head 12. - pg. 65,235. Giffin, Pahicia Eileen - Anchor 10, Hist. 11, President 125 FHA 105 H.R. Secre- tary 105 Pep Band 10,115 St. Coun. 12. - pg. 91,98,99,235. Gilliland, joseph D. Glenn, Margaret Susan - FHA 10,11,12. - pg. 235. Goddard, Lucy Ellen - French Club 11,125 FHA 115 H.R. Vice-President 125 Latin 10,115 Mu Alpha Theta 11,125 Club NHS 11,125 Sigma Anchor 10,11, Presi- dent 125 St. Coun. 11,12. - pg. 48,59, 91,115,220,221,235. Goddard, Ruth jane - Carousel 125 Chorus 11,125 Civinettes 115 Los Sombreritos 115 SHH 125 Choralettes 11,125 LSA 11,125 Transferred from White Springs 11. - pg. 51,53,G3,236. Godwin, Robert Ellis - pg. 84,236 Golden, Sharon Diane - Chorus 105 DCT 11, Treasurer 125 FHA 10. pg. 182,236 Goodwin, Ianice Ann - Alpha 10,11, Sgt.-at-Arms 125 French Club 11,125 GAA Vice-President 115 H.R. Secretary- Trcasurer 10, President 11, Vice-Presi- dent 125 Mu Alpha Theta 11,125 Pep Club 10,12. - pg. 48,59,96,236. Goolsby, William Curtis - Band 10,11,125 Courtship of Eddie's Father 115 Pep Band 10,11,12. - pg. 66,236 Graham, Cheralan Erletta - Transferred from Ocala 11. pg. 236. Graham, Lewis William, Ir, - Gamma 11,125 Gplf 10,11,125 Pep Club 12. - pg. 108,156,163,236. Graham, Kelsey - Transferred from P. K. Young 11. - pg. 236. Greathouse, Daniel G. - pg. 54,237. Green, Bruce Alan - French Club 10,11, 125 H.R. Vice-President 105 IAS 125 Mu Alpha Theta 11,125 NHS 125 Pep Club 11,12. - pg. 48,59,78,93,237. Green, Donna Lee - pg. 237. Green, William Tate - Key Club 11,12. - pg. 202,237 Greene, Clay - pg. 237. Greene, Patricia Ellis - French Club 10,115 FHA 105 H.R. Vice-President 115 Sigma Anchor 1O,11,12. - pg. 115,237 Grier, Gail - Beta 10, Sgt.-at-Arms 11,125 Chorus 10,115 FHA 10,115 H.R. Vice- President 10, Vice-President 125 Finian's Rainbow 105 CBE 12. - pg. 33,2372 Griffis, Frances Elaine - Civinettes 115 Pep Club 105 St. Coun. 125 CBE 12. -pg.237. Guilarte, Cristobal Ricardo - Basketball 10,115 Baseball 10,115 Football 10, Los Sombreritos 105 SHH 10,11,125 Swim- ming 10,11,12. - pg. 51,52,164,237. Gunter, Anita Elaine - FHA 10,115 FSA 115 H.R. Vice-President 105 Latin Club 105 CBE President 12. - pg. 33,237 Gunter, Elizabeth Ann - FHA 10,11,125 H.R. Vice-President 12. - pg. 237. Haas, George James - "G" Club 125 Gamma 105 Sgt.-at-Arms 11, President 125 H.R. President 125 Mu Alpha Theta 11,125 St. Coun. 125 Swimming 10, Co- captian 11,12. - pg. 59,73,91,108,109, 164,237. Hadley, Martha Elizabeth - Alpha 105 Courtship of Eddie's Father 115 French Club 10,11,125 FHA 10, FTA 11, Secretary-Treasurer 125 Hurricane Her- ald Staff 125 Hurricane Players 11,125 NHS 11,125 Scribblers 11,125 You Can't Take It With You 12. - pg. 36,40,41, 44,48,88,92,l03,237. Haemmerlie, Frances Marie - Keyettes 11, 12, Latin Club 10,115 Mu Alpha Theta 11,125 Paramedical 105 Pep 12, NHS Club 12. - pg. 59,92,113,237. Hagan, Don - pg. 87. Haire, Glen - pg. 87,237. Hales, Joyce Marie - CBE 12. - pg. 33,237. Hall, Linda jean - DCT 125 FHA 10,11, 12. - pg. 82,233 Hampton, Donald LeRoy - Chorus 125 FFA 10,11, - pg. 61,238. Hampton, Gonny - pg. 238. Hanson, Iennifer Karen - Alpha 11,125 Carousel 125 Chorus 125 H.R. Vice-Presi- dent 11. - pg. 64,94,96,238,270. Hanssen, William Lee - Football 105 Wheel 115 Vice-President 12. - pg. 116, 238. 291 GHS football award winners, left to right: Pete Enwall, Best Sch0lar5 Larr Keen Ph'l Ch b S rt h 'S i D ..--49 Phil Chambers, Sportsmanship5 y , 1 am ers po smans ip5 Most Determnied5 Best Defen- sive Lineman5 LaRue Lackey, Most Improved5 Tom H anssen, Best Defensive Back5 Eugene Branch, Best Block Back. Not Pictured: Kim Helton, Best Blocking Linemang Jackie Eckdahl, F rannie Hartman Award. Hardee, Shirley Patricia - CBE President 125 FHA Secretary 105 Latin Club 11,125 NHS 12. - pg. 32,238 Harms, Robert Henry - Basketball 10,11, 125 Gamma 11,12. - pg. 136,144 Harpe, Claudia Ann - FHA 12. - pg. 238. Harrell, Kay Ioyce - Beacon 125 FTA 11, Vice-President 12. pg. 100,238. Hart, Richard - pg. 238. Hartman, Maryha Ann - Alpha 11,125 H.R. Secretary-Treasurer 11, Pep Club 125 St. Coun. 12. - pg. 91,96,238. Harvey, Walter Haveard, Phillip Alan - Gamma 11,12. - pg. 108. Hawthome, Arthur Neal - pg. 238. Haymans, Linda Lou - FHA Chap. 11,125 Los Sombreritos 115 St. Coun. 12. - pg, 88,91,238. Hedick, james Melville - H.R. President 125 Key Club 10, Sgt.-at-Arms 11,125 Los Sombreritos 11,125 Mu Alpha Theta 11,125 Pep Club 2nd Vice President 125 SHH 125 St. Coun. 12. - pg. 58,91,111, 238. Hedges, Mike - pg. 238. Helton, Charles Kim - Basketball 105 Baseball 125 Football 10,11,125 "G" Club 11,125 Gamma 105 H.R. Officer 10,11,125 Los Sombreritos 105 SHH 11. - pg. 43, 121,l25,166,168. Hendershott, David - pg. 238. Hendricks, john L. - Transferred from Fletcher High School, jacksonville 115 Cross Country 115 Latin Club 115 Thespians 10,11,12. - pg. 157,238 Hendrix, Claudia Dede - Camelot 115 Carousel 12: Chorus 11. Secretary 12' Finian's Rainbow 10. - pg. 239. Hendrix, Lenora - pg. 82.83,239. Henley, Thomas Raymond - DCT 10,11 125 Gamma 10,11,12. - pg. 82. y 292 Hetherington, joy Fran - Camelot 115 Carousel 125 FHA 125 H.R. Secretary 125 Los Sombreritos 105 Orchestra Social Chairman 10, Secretary 11,125 LSA 11, 12. - pg. 68, 239. Hewett, Kelly - pg. 238. Heumann, Roswitha - Transferred from Marienschule Munster, Germany, 12. Hicks, Wendy Anne - Pep Band 115 FHA 10. - pg. 239. Hill, Edwin LaRue - Band 10, Rank Captain 11,125 H.R. Treasurer 125 Orchestra 115 Pep Band 10,ll. - pg 66, 9 Hill?9Russell L. - FFA 10,11, Reporter 12. - pg. 239. Hiltz, james Rawson - LSA 10,11,125 Swimming 10,125 Key Club 11,125 IAS 12. - pg. 52,111. Hines, David Ronald - DE 125 FFA 105 Hir1Si,x?abBlifi:in11Edwaxd - Basketball 105 Baseball 10,11,125 Football 10,11,125 "Cu Club 10,11,125 Wheel 10,11,12. - pg. 121,128,166,168,239. Hoade, Michele Anne - Transferred from Jupiter High School 25 French Club 125 Pep Club 12. - pg. 48,239,243 Hodge Emil Hooker, Charles Richard - Band 10,11,125 Carousel 125 Chorus 125 Finian's Rain- bow 105 Orchestra 10,11,125 Pep Band 10,11,125 Stare Crew 10. - pg. 66.239, Horne, George PP0rter - Camelot 115 Carousel 125 French Club 10, Secretary 11, Parl. 125 H.R. President 125 Mu Alpha Theta 11, President 125 NHS 11,125 Orchestra 10,11, President 12. - pg. 48,59,68,160,239. Hough, Wayne - pg. 61,240. Hough, Iohn Benjamin - Band 10,11, Captian 125 Pep Band 10,11, Director 12. - pg 66,239 Howard, joan Leslie - Transferred from Suwannee High School 125 CBE 12. - pg. 33. Howze, Thomas Bamett - Transferred from Forrest Hill High School, Iackson- ville, 11. - pg. 81,240 Hudson, Janice - Camelot 115 Chorus 115 DE Chap. 125 FHA 10,115 H.R. Vice- President 105 Paramedical 10. - pg. 84, 240. Hughes, Kenneth - pg. 240. Humphrey, Iane Elizabeth - FHA 105 FTA 10,115 H.R. Officer 105 Pep Club 10,115 Sigma Anchor 11. - pg. 240. Himt, Barbara - pg. 240. Hyatt, Helen Ann - French Club 11,125 FHA 105 Mu Alpha Theta 125 NHS 125 SHH 10,ll. Secretary 125 LSA 10,11,12. - pg. 51,52,59,93,240. Hylton, Donna Victoria - FHA 115 GAA 115 Pep Club 10. - pg. 240. Hylton, Iames Ross James, Lawerence Ezell - DE 125 FFA 125 - pg. 85,87,241. 105 FSA Iargney, Susan Louise - FHA 10,12. - pg. 241. Ieffcoat, jackie Glen - Finian's Rainbow 105 Los Sombreritos 105 Swimming 11. - pg. 241. Iohns, Linda Kay - Camelot 11- Chorus 10,115 DCT 125 FHA 10,115 H.R. Treasurer 125 Finian's Rainbow 105 Paramedical 10, Sgt.-at-Arms 11, Secre- tary 12. - pg. 82,241. Johnson, Jean auth - Alpha 10,11, vice- President 125 Camelot 115 Sr. Class Vice-President, French Club 10,11,125 HB, President 11, President 125 IAS 10, Secretary 11, President 125 Mu Alpha Theta 11.125 SHH 10,11,125 St. Coun. 11,121 LSA 1o,11. - pg. 4s,51,59,7s,91, 96,218,241. Johnson, Karen Elaine - Cheerleader 10, FTA Hist. 11: CAA 11, H.R. Vice- President 10, Vice-President 11, Presi- dent 12: Keyettes 1l,12, St. Coun. Secre- tary 12, CBE 12. - pg. 32,91,113,241 Jones, Jeff - pg. 71,241. Jones, Warren - pg. 241. Jones, WVinston Gregory - DE Vice-Presi- dent 11. pg. 84,241. Jordan, Patricia Faye - FHA 10, H.R. Treasurer 11, Pep Club 10, CBE 12. - pg. 32241. Joseph, Virginia Nell - Camelot 11, Chorus l0,11: DE 12, FHA l1,12, Finiarfs Rainbow 10. - pg. 85,241. Jourdan, Patricia Susan - Civinet-tes 10, President 11, Secretary 12, FHA 11, Pep Club 10, St. Coun. 11. - pg. 104,241. Juneau, John - pg. 29. Kams, Cheri Lynn - Transferred from Schenley High School 11, Camelot 11, Carousel 12, Chorus 11,124 Madrigals 11, Melodettes 12, Mu Alpha Theta 12, NHS 12. - pg. 59,63,93,241. Kaufman, Sandra Merry - French Club 11,12, Paramedical 10, Treasurer 11, President 12, Swimming 10. - pg. 48, 79,241. Keen, Larry - Football 10,11,12. - pg. 73,121,130,241,266. Kelly, Daniel Robert - Transferred from Terra Linda High School 10, Football 10, H.R. Secretary 12. - pg. 242. Kennedy, Sharon Ann - FHA 10, Para- medical 10,11, Sigma Anchor 12. - pg. 115,242. Keppel, Margaret Joyce - Alpha 11, Treasurer 12, FHA Vice-President 10: HR. Secretary 12, Hurricane Herald Staff 11,12, NHS 12, Latin Club 10, Los Somhreritos 11, LSA 11,12, Pep Club 12, Scribblers 1l,12, Tennis 12, - pg. 36,40,41,53,9G.160,242,275. Kerby, Pat - pg. 85,242 Kessler, Debrah Ann - Alpha 11,12, H.R. Secretary 12, Pep Club 10, St. Coun. 10, LSA 11. - pg, 96242. Kilgo, Judith Dawn - Cheerleader 10, Kevettes 10,l1, Los Sombreritos 10, Majorcttes 11,12, Pep Club 10. - pg. 65,2-12. Kimbrell, Peggy Joyce - FHA 10,11, FSA 12, - pg. 31,242 King, Barbara Ann - Alpha 11,12, Carousel 12, H.R. Secretary 11, Trea- surer 12, NHS 11,123 Pep Club 10, SHH 10,l1, St. Coun. 11, LSA 10. - pg. 92,96,242. Kinsey, Henry Kirkland, James Edwin - pg. 61,242 Kite, Terry VVayne - Mu Alpha Theta 12, NHS 12. - pg. 59.93.242 Klement, James Edward - Los Sombreritos 10, Pep Club 12, St. Coun. 10, Wheel 10,11,12, - pg. 116,242 Klett, Sue Ellen - Transferred from Dowagiac Union High School 11, Mu Alpha Theta 12, Swimming 12. - pg. 242. Komfield, Barbara - Transferred from Palmetto High School, Miami, Fla., 1965. Kuhr, Charles Joseph - Camelot 11, Carousel 12, Chess Club 10,11,12, Foot- ball 10. - pg. 242. ff 'Wav X XL, Q i Q x National Merit Scholarship Semnijinalists Clockwise from top: Sue Widmayer, Scott Tyler, Kay Whitehead, Jeff Lally, Li a Bryant, Dan Morgan, Peggy Thompson, Porter Horne. F inalistsz Sue, Scott, Kay, Linda, Peggy and Porter. Kuiteit, Linda Sue - H.R. Secretary 115 Keyettcs 10,11, Vice-President 12, Pep Club 10. - pg. 74,113,240 Laite Jr., Melville B. - pg. 242. Lally, Phillip Jeffrey - Chess Club 10, JAS 12, Key Club 11,12. - pg. 78.111.242. LaMee. Thomas E. - Chorus 10, DE Vice- Prcsidcnt 11, Vice-President 12, DECA 11,12, FFA 10,11, Finiarfs Rainbow 10, pg. 85243. Lancaster, Minnie Lee - DE 12. - pg. 84243. Lancaster, Richard Eugene Land, Deborah Lynn - FHA 12. - pg. 243. Langston, Martha G. - GAA 11,125 Keyettes 10, Paramedical 10, Thespian 11. -pg. 243. Lansdale, Doreen Ann - FHA 10. - pg. 64,243. Latour, Beatriz Eugenia - pg. 182. Law, Martin A. - pg. 82,243. Lawrence, Steve L. -- Colf 10, H.R. President 11, President 12, Key Club 10, Treasurer 11, President 12, St. Coun. 11,12, lnterclub Council 11,12. - pg. 91,110,111,244. Lay, James Edward - pg. 73,121,244 Leahy, Helen Levell - Camelot 11, Carousel 12. - pg. 244. Lear, William Edward - Band 10,11,12, Key Club 11,12, NHS 12. - pg. 66,93, 111,244. Leamed, Craig Edwin - pg. 244. Ledbetter, Charlotte Ann - Anchor 10,11, Chap. 12. - pg. 98,244 Lee, Edna Arm - Transferred from Live Oak High School 10, FCA 1012. Lee, Patricia Ann - Transferred from Melrose High School 10, Carousel 12. - pg. 32,244. Leggett, Steve L, - Basketball 10,11, Captain 12, Baseball 10,11,12, "G" Club 11,12, Pep Club 12, Track 10, Wheel 12, LSA 10. - pg. 73.116,136,137,282. Lehnen, Lindsey Mary - Transferred from Assumption High School 12, Pep Club 12, Swimming 12. - pg. 165,244 Lenahan, James Bemard - Band 10,11, Camelot 10, Carousel 11, Pep Band 10,12. - pg. 244. Lenly, Wayne Dwight Leopold, Richard Teddy - Swimming 12. . pg. 244. Lewis, Robert Jermings - pg. 244. Libemman, David M. - Transferred from Miami Coral Park 10, Hurricane Herald Staff 10,11,12. - pg. 37,244,275 Locklear, Amold J. - pg. 244. Looney, Gerald Timothy - Transferred from East Central, DCT 12. - pg. 82,244. Loucks, Mary Margaret - pg. 245. Lovely, Pamela Rae - FSA 11,12. - pg. 31,245. Lowery, Glenn C .- pg. 245. Lowery, Margaret Sharron - Hurricane Players 12, Pep Club 11,12, St. Coun. 12, Thespian 12. - pg. 44,245. Luca, Diana B. - pg. 44,245. Lucius, Butch - pg. 245. Lucius, John Henry - DCT 12. - pg. 82,245 Luke, Peggy Jo - pg. 245. Lyons, Linda Lee - FHA 10,11,12, Los Sombreritos 10. - pg. 182. McAlpin, Vemice - pg. 246. McClellan, Jim M. - Transferred from Forrest Hish School, Jacksonville, Fla. 12, Baseball 12. - pg. 247. McDaniel, Larry Craig - pg. 247. McDaniel, Michael Reese - Track 10. - pg. 247. McDavid, William Franklin - Swimming 12. - pg. 247. McGowan, Pamela Mary - Transferred from Middletown High School, Middle- town, R.I. 11, Beacon 11, Parl. 12, FHA Parl. 11, Treasurer 12. - pg. 100, 101,247. Mclnnis, Alexander Nott - Latin Club 10,11. - pg. 247. 293 McKean, Judith Lorine - Annual Staff 125 FHA 105 H.Px. President 115 Pep Club 125 SHH 115 Swimming 125 LSA 10,11. -pg 39,241 McKems, Maureen Kendra - Transferred from P.K. Yonge 115 Beta 115 Para- medical 115 SHH 11,125 LSA 11,12. - pg. 51,52,74,247. McKinney, Vema Madeline - H.R. Secre- tary 115 Latin Club 105 Majorettes 10,11, Co-head 12. - pg. 63,247. McLamb, Sherrill Jean - Chorus 10,115 FHA 10,115 FSA 105 H.B. Vice-President 10, Secretary 125 Finianis Rainbow 10. - pg. 247. McLeod, William Thurston, Jr. - Gamma 11.125 Track 11,12. - pg. 108. McMillan, Sherry - pg. 165,247. McNeill, Phyllis Ann - Transferred from Derby High School 115 Beacon 11, Hist. 125 Carousel 12. - pg. 100,247. McPeek, Kathy Lynn - Annual Staff 125 Courtship of Eddie's Father 115 FHA 125 H.R. Vice-President 11, President 125 LSA 10,115 Mu Alpha Theta 11, Secre- tary 125 NHS 11,125 Sigma Anchor 125 SHH 10,11,12. - Dg. 39,51,59,113,233,247. Mack, Kenny Joseph - Football 10,11,125 "G' Club 10,11,12. - pg. 73,121,245,273. Madison, Margaret Alice - Carousel 125 Pep Club 125 You Can't Take It With You 12. - pg. 245. Manasco, Raymond O., Jr. - Transferred from Everett High, Lansing, Mich, 115 French Club 11,125 JAS 125 NHS 125 You Can't Take It With You 12. - pg. 45,48,78,93,245. Manning, Jack - Transferred from Georgia Chg-istian School, Valdosta, Ca. 12. - pg. 24 . Manning, James Thompson - Basketball 10,11,125 "G" Club 11,125 Mu Alpha Theta 125 NHS 11,125 Pep Club 125 SHH 105 Track 11,12. - pg. 39,73,92, 136,145,223,245. Marchand, Walter - pg. 52,245. Marchant, Wayne - pg. 245. Marchman, Carol Elizabeth - Transferred from Choctawhatchee High School 12. - pg. Marsh, Bill Donald - Pep Club 12. - pg. 246. Martin, Barbara Louise - Alpha 10,11,125 Annual Staff 125 Cheerleader 105 H.R. Secretary 10,125 Hurricane Players 10,115 Pep Club 10,11, President 125 SHH 125 St. Coun. 11,125 LSA 10,11,12. - pg. 7,39,52,91,96,246,276. Martin, Conan - pg. 246. Martin, Jonathan Bruce - pg. 246. Martin, Harold - pg. 246. Maryhew, Roger Wayne - Band 10. - pg. 246. Mathis, Patricia Anne - Beta 125 Camelot 115 Carousel 125 Courtship of Eddie's Father 115 FTA 125 H.R. Secretary 115 Hurricane Herald Staff 125 Los Som- breritos 115 Pep Club 125 Scribblers 125 SHH 125 St. Coun. 125 LSA 11,12. - pg. 28,37,52,88,91,103,246. Mayer, Pamela Ann - Transferred from Bangor High School, Bangor, Mich. 12. Meaden, Craig - pg. 247. Means, Richard Samuel - pg. 247. Mercer, Jimmy Darrell - Transferred from St.7Augustine High 115 DCT 11. - pg. 24 Merrill, Charles Raymond - Golf 10,11,12. - pg. 73,162,163 Men'itt, Francis Williams Mikell, Vera Louaine - FHA 105 CBE 12. 7 pg. 33,24s,216. Miller, Edmund Paul - pg. 248. Miller, Janet Lorraine -Beacon 11,125 FHA 105 Paramedical 10,115 Pep Club 10,115 LSA 10,11. - pg. 100,248. Miller, Lucinda Milligan, Naomi - pg. 248. Milliner, Michael Carlton - TEC 11,12. - pg. 248. Mixson, Adrian VVilbur - pg. 248. Mixson, Patricia J. Mizelle, Harold Thomas Molter, Catherine Jane - FHA 105 CBE 12. - pg. 33,248. Moore, Harold - pg. 84. Morgan, Dan Henry - Basketball 11, Co- Captian 125 Latin Club 105 Mu Alpha Theta 115 NHS 11,125 Pep Club 125 Wheel 12. - pg. 73,92,116,136,137,145, 147,248. Morrison. Eileen Elizabeth - Transferred from Poughkeepsie High School, Pough- keepsie, N.Y.: French Club 12. - pg. 48. Moseley, Anna Cecile - FHA 105 H.R. Secretary 10, Vice-President 115 Swim- ming 10. - pg. 248. Murphey, Douglas David - pg. 164. Murphey, James F. - Transferred from Dykes High School, Atlanta, Ga. 115 FTA 125 H.R. Vice-President 125 Hurri- cane Herald Staff 12. - pg. 36,248. Myers, James Mostella - pg. 248. Myers, Sara Joyce - Courtship of Eddie's Father 115 French Club 11,125 FHA 105 Hurricane Players 11,125 Sigma Anchor 10,11,125 Thespians Hist. 125 You Can't Take It With You 125 LSA 10,11,12. - pg. 44,53,248. Nalback, Steve Emest il 5' yfaalne. an 3 A , fr-" 1 W X Lucy Goddard, Betty Crocker Homemaker, demonstrates skill in preparing a cup of tea. 294 Narron, james Alvin - pg. 248. Neal, Fredrick Carlton - pg. 249. Neff, Carol Iayne - FHA 10, President5 Sigma Anchor 10,115 SHH 125 CBE Secretary 12. pg. 33,249. Nesler, Tim Charles - Track President 10,11,12. - pg. 249 Newbury, Margaret - Band 10,11,125 H.R. Chap. 115 Latin Club 105 Los Sombreritos 115 NHS 125 SHH. - pg. 66,93,249. Nickolls, Robert E. Niederkohr, Dean Alfred - H.R. President 11, Vice-President 10: SHH 11,125 LSA - pg. 51,52,233,249. Nobles, Lawrence Erwin Nobles, Roger Edwin O49 - Pep Club 12. -ps. - . Nolan, Michael - H.R. Treasurer 10,11. - pg. 236.249, Okus, Anthony A. - Los Sombreritos 10. - pg. 249. Olinger, Richard WV. - Scribblers Co-Edi- tor 11, Editor 12. - pg. 249. Omer, Richard YVillia.m - Band 10,11,12. - pg. 66,249. Oyenarte, Mike A. - Chess Club 11,125 Football 10,11,125 "GU Club 11,125 H.R. 105 SHH 115 XVheel 125 Los Sombreros Altos. - pg. 73.116,121.124,131,249,275. Packard, Harold Tim - pg. 82,2-49. Padgett, james Padgett, Roy Palmer, Robert - pg. 249. Pardue, Ella Mae - FHA 105 CBE 12. - pg. 32250. Parker, Joe Allan - Football 10,11,12: Los Sombreritos Sgt.-at-Arms 12. - pg. 50,121,250. Parker, Kenneth Allen - Bask t a 6 b ll 115 Football 10,11,125 "Gu Club 11,125 H.R. President 11, Vice-President 12. - pg. 73,121,250,283. Patrick, Elmyra Alice - Chorus 10- i Civinettes 11, Chap 125 CAA 125 Finian's Rainbow 105 Latin Club 105 Paramedical 10,11,12. - pg. 72,104,250. Patterson, Mary Anita - Transferred from Crystal River High School 11. - pg. 250. Patterson, Patsy - Beacon 125 FHA 105 H.R. Treasurer 12. - pg. 100,250 Peacock, Martha Peck, Iim Donald - Transferred from Titusville High School 105 LSA 10,11,125 SHH 125 NHS 11,125 Pep Club 12. - pg. 53,913,250 Pendley, Hubert Ewuell - Mu Alpha Theta 125 SHH 125 Seribblers 11, President 12. - pg. 51,59,250. Penk, Susan Patricia - Alpha 10, Chap. 11,125 St. Coun. 10,11,125 Pep Club 105 Swimming 10, Co-Captian 11,12. - pg. 7,91,96,165,187,250. Perkins, Haven Meade, Jr. - Football 10, H.R. Vice-President 105 Los Sombreritos 10,115 Wheel 10,11. - pg. 250. Perkins, Ruth Elizabeth - Swimming 10,11, Captian 125 French 10,115 FSA 125 GAA 11. - pg. 250. Pettis, Margaret Ann - LSA 10,11,125 SHH 11,125 NHS 11,125 Scribblers 115 Chorus 105 FTA 125 Finian's Rainbow 10. - pg. 51,52,88,92,250. Phillips, Linda D. - FHA 11. - pg. 250. Pbilman, Clifton Ray - DE 11,125 DECA 11,125 FFA 10. - pg. 85,250. Pickett, Alma Jean - DE 125 FHA 10,11, 12. - pg. 84,250 Plumley, Hoyt Howard Ir. - Transferred from West End High 125 Chess Club 12. Pope, Bonita - pg. 33,251. Prescott, William Matthew - H.R. Chap. 115 IAS 11. - pg. 251. Priem, Pamela Kay - Camelot 115 Carousel 125 Chorus 10,11,125 Finian's Rainbow 105 Paramedieal 105 Scribblers 125 Thespian's 125 You Can't Take It With You, Scenery 12. - pg. 40,44,63,251. Proctor, Robert Christianson - Pep Club 125 Football 10. - pg. 251. Prugh, Peter Eugene - Transferred from Robinson High School, Tampa, 115 1-AS 125 Los Sombreritos 115 LSA 125 Mu Alpha 'Theta 12. - pg. 51,52,59,78,93,251. Pruitt, Robert Michael - Transferred from Englewood High School 115 Hurricane Herald Staff 115 DCT 12. - pg. 82,83- Puckett, Robert Cary - Key Club 10,11,125 LSA 10.11,12. - pg. 52,111,251. Purvis, Harry - You Can't Take It With You. - pg. 251. Rackley. Peyton Lemual - Swimming 12. - pg. 251. Ransom, Patricia Gail - DE Secretary 11, Secretary 125 DECA 11,125 FHA 105 Parumedicul 10. - pg. 85,251. Ray, Ronald DaWayne - Basketball 10,115 H.R. President 105 Vice-President 115 Los Sombreritos 10. - pg. 252. Redding, Marilyn jane - Alpha 115 CAA 115 H.R. Secretary 115 Pep Club 10,12. - pg. 96,252 Reddish, Norma Ellen - IAS 11, Secre- tary-Treasurer 125 Latin Club 11, Secre- tary 125 Mu Alpha Theta 11,125 NHS 12. - pg. 51.59,78,93,252. Reed, Darlene Marie - FHA 10,115 CBE 12. -pg. 252. I t Reisinger, Richard H. - Civitan Ir. 105 Camma 11,12. - pg. 108,252 Renner, Wanda lean - Chorus 10,115 FHA 105 Finian's Rainbow 105 Paramedical 10,11. - pg. 252. Rhea, Boyd McCall - Football 105 H.R. President 125 Track 10,11. - pg. 236,252 Rhodes, Cynthia V. - Beta 11,125 CBE 12. - pg. 32,252. Richey, janet Marie - FHA 105 Para- medical 10,11. - pg. 252. Ridgway, Franklin - pg. 252. Ridgway, Ianiee Louise - Camelot 115 Carousel 125 Chorus 10,11,125 Courtship of Eddieis Father 115 GAA 125 Finianis Rainbow 105 Los Sombreritos 105 NHS 11,125 Scribblers 10,115 SHH 115 Thes- piap 115 LSA 10,11. - pg. 72,92,252. Riley, Edward William - DCT 11. Robbins, jane Paula - Annual Staff 125 French Club 10,11,125 H.R. Secretary 105 Pep Club 10,125 Swimming 10. - pg. 39,48,252. Roberts, Diana Elise - CBE 125 FHA 10. - pg. 33,252 Roberts, joy - pg. 252. Roberts, Nanna Marie - Transferred from CCS, Valdosta, Ca. 12. - pg. 252. Roberts, Sidney Francis - Swimming 11,12. - pg. 253. Robertson, Barbara Ann - Transferred from Fort Myers Senior High 105 Carousel 125 French Club 11,125 Hurri- cane Players 125 Sigma Anchor 11,125 You Can't Take It With You 12. - pg. 48,49,115,253. Robinson, Reda Margaret - Beta 10,125 Camelot 115 Carousel 125 Chorus Treas- urer 10,11,125 FHA 10,115 ll.R. Treas- urer 10, Vice-President 125 Finianis Rainbow 105 Madrigals 12. - pg. 62,l03, 253. Robinson, Ricky Rogers, Aubrey - pg. 253. Rogers, Robert David - pg. 157,253. Roland, Cathleen Gay - DCT 11,125 H.R. Secretary 12. - pg. 82,83,253. Roper, jim - Basketball 11,12. - pg. 73, 136,146,254 Roper, jane - ng. 44,63,103,254. Rosier, Raymond - pg. 9l,254. Roundtree, Carol Ann - Alpha 10,115 Corr. Secretary 125 Cheerleader 10,11, 12, H.R. President 125 Finian's Rainbow 105 Los Sombreritos 105 LSA 10,115 Pep Club 10,11, Chap. 125 NHS 125 SHH 10,115 St. Coun. 11,12. - pg. 7,91, 96,151.153,254. Roundtree, Robert Edward - Basketball 105 Sophomore Class Vice-President5 Football 10,11,125 "C" Club 11,125 Camma 10,11,12: H.R. President 10, President 11, President 125 Los Som- breritos 105 Track 10,11,12. - pg. 73, 108,244 Rowley, Richard Micheal - Colf 125 IAS 12, LSA 10,11,12, SHH 10. - pg. 78, 162,163,254. Rucker, Richard Lee - Transferred from Miami Norland 125 Football 12. - pg. 121,254. Rumbaugh, Karl Stewen - Band 10,11,125 Hurricane Herald 105 Pep Band 10. - pg. 66,254. Saher, William Eduard - Chorus 10,115 Football 10,115 H.R. President 10, Vice- President 11, President 125 Finian's Rain- bow 105 Wheel 10,11. Sanders, L. Carol - Chorus 105 Civinettes 10,115 Finian's Rainbow 105 NHS 11,125 CBE 12. - pg. 32,254 Szuidstrom, Tina Joy - Beacon 12. - pg. 100,254. Sapp, N. Rebecca - Transferred Carol City Senior High, Miami, Keyettes 11,125 Los Sombreritos Secretary 115 SHH 125 LSA 11,12. - pg. 53,113,254 Sarokin, Randall - Transferred from Jonathan Dayton Regional High School, New jersey 115 Baseball 11,125 Football 11,125 Club 11,125 Wheel 11,12. - pg. 73.116,121,125,131,166,167,254. Saunders, Barbara Iean - FSA 125 CBE 12. - pg. 31,32,254. Saxton, jack Leroy - Band 10,11,125 Pep Band 10,11. - og. 66,254. Schenck, Michael Alton - Swimming 11,12. - pg. 164,255 Scott, Barbara I. - H.R. Secretary 10, Secretary 115 LSA 11. - pg. 255,269. Scott, Buford - pg. 255. . Scott, Diane - Civinettes 10, Viee-Presi- dent 11,125 FHA 105 LSA 10, Treasurer 11,125 Pep Club 105 SHH 10,11,125 Swimming 10. - pg. 51,53,104,255. Searles, Michael B. - Band 10,11,125 H.R. Vice-President 10,11, President 125 Pep Band 105 Swimming 125 Wheel 11,12. - pg. 66,116,255 Selin, George Shadbum, Curt Randolph - Football 10,11,12, Cliili 11,125 Gliipmp 10,11,125 H.R. Vice-President 10,125 Los Sombreritos 105 Track 10,11. - pg. 7S,lO8,121,125,255. Sharp, Barbara Ann - Civincttes 115 FHA 105 Paramedieal 10,115 CBE 12. - pg. 32,255 Sharp, Linda jean - Camelot Scenery 115 Carousel Scenery 12. - pg. 255. Shearouse, Priscilla Deanne - FHA 11,125 Sigma Anchor 10,115 CBE 12. - pg. 255. Sheffield, Linda Louise - Beta 125 Camelot 115 Carousel 125 FHA 105 Finianis Rainbow 10,115 Orchestra 10,11,125 Para- meclical 10,11,12. - pg. 68,79,102,103, 255. Shelley, Linda Karol - CBE 12. - pg. 31,313,255 Shepherd. Stephen Patton - Camelot 115 Carousel 125 Chorus President 10,11,125 Football 105 Finian's Rainbow 105 Tliespians 12. - pg. G1,63,255,270. Shewey, Robert Thomas - Camma Treas- urer 125 ll.R. Vir-e-President 125 VVheel 10,11. - pg. 108,109,255 Shipp, Ceorge W. - Chess Club 125 Los Sombreritos 115 Pep Club 12. pg. 255. Shirley, Susan L. - H.R. President 11, Secretary 125 Sigma Anchor 10,11, Chap. 125 CBE 12. - pg. 32,115,255 Singletary, David Clark - Chorus 10,115 DCT 125 FFA 10,11. - pg. 82. Sisler, Raymond Keith - Band 10,115 H.R. Vice-President 115 Pep Club 10,115 SHH ll. - pg. 255. Slade, Fred Harold - Transferred from Carr, North Carolina 10. - pg. 66,256 Smallwood, Kim - Camelot Dancer 115 FHA 105 Keyettes 10,11,125 Finianis Rainbow Dancer 105 SHH 10,11, Presi- dent 125 LSA 10, Hist. 11, Viee-Presi- dent 12. - pg. 51,53,113,256. 295 Smith, Amy Jayne - Transferred from Melrose 115 Band 105 Camelot 115 Carousel 125 Chorus 11,125 French Club 115 Pep Club 105 Choralettes 11,12. - pg. 63,236,255 Smith, Carlton - pg. 256. Smith, Dewey Smith, Donald Smith, Douglas R. - Basketball 105 Football 105 French Club 125 Golf 125 Los Sombreritos 105 Pep Club 125 LSA 11,12. - ng. 162,163,256 Smith, Gail Smith, Lois Gayle - Los Sombreritos 10. - pg. 256. Smith, Rhonda Cheryl - Band 10,11.125 Beta 10,115 Los Sombreritos 125 Pep Band 11,12. - pg. 50,66,257. Smith, Sally Jean - Alpha 11,125 Camelot 115 Carousel 125 French Club 11,125 Finian's Rainbow 105 Los Sombreritos 10. - pg. 96,257 Sneeringer, Carl - pg. 257. Snyder, John Mills - Chorus 11. - pg. 257. Sommer, Dennis - Camelot 115 Carousel 125 Chorus 10,11,125 Finiarfs Rainbow 105 Madrigals 10,125 Swimming 11,125 Thespian 125 You Canit Take It With You 12. - pg. 61,62,63,164,257. Spongherg, Richard - pg. 68,212,257 Stahmann, Robert - Band 10,11,125 Mu Alpha Theta 11,125 Pep Band 11,12. - pg. 66,251 Stelzenmuller, Keith - Latin Club 115 Los Sombreritos 115 Mu Alpha Theta 125 NHS 11,12. - pg. 53,59,92,257. Stewart, Alma Jean - Chorus 105 GAA 11, Secretary 125 H.R. President 115 Finia.n's Rainbow 105 Tennis 12. pg. 72,100, 160,16l. Stewart, Holly - Transferred from Amherst Central High 115 Beta 11, Vice-President 125 Mu Alpha Theta 125 NHS 125 St. Coun. 12. - pg. 59,251 Stipanovich, Mac - Football 10,11,125 "GD Club 11,125 Track 115 Wheel 10, Sgt.-at-Arms 11. - pg. 73,129,257 Stokes, James - pg. 257. Strickland, Arme - Beta 11, Secreta1?f 125 Los Sombreritos 115 Pararnedica 11, Vice-President 125 LSA 12. - pg. 53, 79,103,257. Elaine Tew, D.A.R. Citizenship Award Winner, finds that citizenship envalues meeting many new people. 296 Strickland, Hester - French Club 10,115 FHA 105 FTA 125 H.R. Chap. 11, Treasurer 125 Sigma Anchor 11,125 Swimming 10,11,12. - pg. 115,257,281. Strickland, Jacqueline - FHA 125 Los Som- breritos 105 Pep Club 125 Swimming 12. - pg. 257. Strickland, Shirley - Carousel Scenery 125 FHA 105 C-AA 115 H.R. President 125 Paramedical 10, Chap. 115 St. Coun. 12. - pg. 257. Stuart, Kathy - pg. 72,160,257. Sullivan, LaNetia - DE 12, Paramedical, 11. - pg. 85,258. Sullivan, Linda - FHA lO,1l,125 VOE 12. - pa. 258. Summerlin, Steve - pg. 7,258,267. Slmimers, Alan - Basketball 105 Chess Club 105 FTA 105 "G" Club 10,11,125 H.R. President 11, Vice-President 125 Hurricane Players 10,115 Pep Club 115 SHH 10,11, Sgt.-at-Arms 125 St. Coun. 10,11,125 Swimming 10,11.12: LSA 10,11, President 12. - pg. 51,52,73,91, 164,165,258,285. Swaine, Richard - pg. 66. Sweat, Cynthia - Transferred from Guan- tanamo, Cuba 115 Camelot 115 Carousel 125 Los Sombreritos 115 Scribblers 11,12. - pg. 115,258. Taylor, Alfred - pg. 258. Taylor, Linda - pg. 258. Taylor, William Harvey - pg. 258. Teague, Donna - You Can't Take It With You 12. - pg. 45,91,258. Tew, Elaine - Camelot 115 Carousel 125 Sophomore Class President5 FHA 105 Girls' State 115 H.R. Secretary 105 Keyettes 10, Sgt.-at-Arms 11, President 125 Mu Alpha Theta 11,125 NHS 125 SHH 10,12, President 115 St. Coun. Treasurer 11, Secretary 125 Thespian 125 You Can't Take It With You 125 LSA 10,115 Steering Comm. 10,11.12. - pg. 7,51,59,90,91,93, 1 13,220,221,258. Thomas, John Radall - pg. 258. Thomas, Sidney J. Jr. - pg. 61,73,157,258. Thompson, Beverly - FHA 10,115 CBE 125 Paramedical 10,11, - pg. 32,258. Thompson, Karl - pg. 96,258. Thompson, Margaret Susan - Chorus 105 Hurricane Herald 125 Hurricane Players Vice-President 11, Secretary 11, Pres. 125 Keyettes 1O,11,125 Finian's Rain- bow 105 Latin Club 11,125 Melodettes 105 Mu Alpha Theta 11,125 NHS 11,125 SHH 10,11,125 Thespian 10, Secretary 11, President 12, LSA 10,11,12. - pg. 36,44,51,53,54,59,92,113,236,255-3. Thome, Susan Kay - FHA 10,11,l2. Todd, Leonard Dale - Band 10,11,125 Camelot 115 Civitan Jr. 125 Courtship of Eddie's Father 115 Golf 125 Hurricane Players 115 Orchestra 115 Pep Band 1g,1l,125 Thespian 11. - pg. 66,106,107, 2 9. Townsend, Larry - Chorus 1O,11,l25 DE President 12. - pg. 85,259. Trwster, William Gilbert - DCT 11,12. - .82 259 Pg , - Trotter, Kathleen Claire - Transferred from Kirkwood High, Kirkwood, Mis- souri 115 Camelot 115 Carousel 125 Chorus 11,125 FSA 125 Choralettes 11,12. - pg. 31,63,259. Turlington, Ralph Donald - Los Som- breritos 105 Mu Alpha Theta 125 LSA 11,12. - pg. 53,59,259. Tyler, Scott Dean - Band 10,11,125 Chess Club 125 French Club 10,11,125 Mu Alpha Theta 125 NHS 11,125 Pep Band 10,11,12. - pg. 48,59,66,92,259, Underwood, Richard David - pg. 259. Valentine, Frayne - Basketball Manager 12. -pg. 259. Van Nortwick, Ken - pg. 259. Vass, -Elizabeth Maury - Transferred frflm Central School for Missionaries C dren, Lubenda, R 12, French Club 12, 72,259 Vidal, Denny Pierce - 10,11, Track 10,1l,12. Vollmert, Richard Allen 93. Vories, Sarah Elizabeth ep. of the Congo GAA 12. - pg. Cross Country - pg. 73,157,259 - NHS 12. - pg. - Band 10,11,12, French Club 11,12, Orchestra 11,12, Pep Band 10,11, -pg. 68,260,261. Wadsworth, Suzanne A. - Beacon 11, Secretary 12, French Club 11,12, Thes- pians 11,12. - pg. 44,48,49,100,101,260. Walker, Wayne - pg. 85,260 Walters, Nancy Barbara - Anchor 10, Band 10,11,12, FHA 10, Pep Band 10. -pg.66,26O. Ward, Judy Lorraine - Chorus 10,11, French Club 11, FHA 10, FTA 11, President 12, GAA 11, Pts. Chm. 12, H.R. Vice-President 11, Keyettes 11,12, Finian's Rainbow 10, Latin Club 10,11, Mu Alpha Theta 11,12, NHS 11,12, Paramedical 10. - pg. 59,72,88,92,113, 260. Ward, Ronald Frank Warden Rebecca Louise - French Club 10,11,12, FHA 10, Mu Alpha Theta 11,12, NHS 11,12. - pg. 48,59,92,260. Warren, Patty Ann - FHA Hist. 10,12, H.R. President 12. - pg. 260. VVarren, Pixie Wyette Watkins, Martin - pg. 260. Watson, Mary Patricia - FHA 10,1l,12. - pg. 260. Watson, Robert Francis - Courtship of Eddieis Father 11, Gamma 10,11, Secre- tary 12, Pep Club 12, Thespians 11,12. - pg. 44,108,260. Weaver, John Laveme - Wheel 10,1l,12. - pg. 116,192,260 Weaver, Patricia Laveme - Swimming 12. - pg. 165,260 Weight, Richard John - Boys Chorus 12. Weist, James - pg. 261. Wells, Barbara Joanne - Cheerleader 10,11, Captain 12, Sophomore Class Secretary, Junior Class and Senior Treas- urer, H.R. Secretary 10.11, LSA 10,11, Sgt.-at-Arms 12, Paramedical 10,11, Pep Club 1O,11,12, SHH 11, Treasurer 123 St. Coun. 10,1l,12. - pg. 7,51.52,91.153, 261. Westbury, Nancy - Thespians 11,129 Courtship of Eddie's Father 11. - pg. 44,1l3,261. Wetherington, Jerry Leru - Boy's Chorus Secretary 11, FFA Secretary 10,11, President 12. - pg. 87,253. WVhite, Andrea Lynn - Transferred from Newberry High School 12. - pg. 261. White, Clifford Lee - pg. 261. Whitehead, Karen Louise - NHS 11,12, Mu Alpha Theta 11,12, Melodettes 10,11, Secreta 12' Latin Club 10, Finian s ry , . Rainbow 10, H.R. Secretary 11, French Club 11, Chap. and l-list. 12, Chorus 1O,11,12, Carousel 12, Camelot 11. - pg. 48,G3,92. Whiting, Patricia Ann - Finian's Rainbow 10,11, Chorus 10,11,12, Carousel 12, Camelot 11. - pg. 61,63. Whitten, Roy Bradley - Transferred from Miami Senior High ll. Widmayer, Susan Ruth - Transferred from Brien McMahon High, Norwalk, Coun., 1964, Scribblers 12, NHS 12, Madrigals 12, Hurricane Players 11,12, FHA 12, French Club 11,12, Chorus 11,12, Carousel 12. - pg. 44,60,61,62,63,93,261. Wight, Martha Wilkerson, Ruby Dorcas - Paramedical 10. -pg. 262. Wiley, Hugh Thomas - Transferred from George Washington High School 12. -pg. 80,262 Willey, Dennis G. - Transferred from Clover Park High, Tacoma, Washington, 12, Track 12. - pg. 262. Williams. Iunis Annette - FHA 12, DECA 12., DE 11,12. - pg, 84,262 Williams, Richard Mack - H.R. Vice- President 10, President 11. Vice-Presi- dent 12: Gamma 11, Vice-President 12, Football 10. - pg. 108. Williamson, Linda Wilson, Arthur Sydney - You Can't Take It With YOu 12, Wheel 10,11,12: Thes- pians 11,12, St. Coun. 12, Pep Club 12, NHS 12, Hurricane Players 11,12, H.R. President 12, Football 10, Courtship of l-.u..ies Father 11. - pg. 44,91,93,116, 262. Wilson, Fred Milford - DE 12. - pg. 84, 157. Wilson, James Randolf - Key Club 11, Sgt.-at-Arms 12, H.R. President 12. - pg. 76,111,262 Wilson, Merle - FHA 10,11,12, DCT 12, H.R. Secretary 10. - pg. 82,262 Wilson, Ralph Edgar Wilson, Rita Ann - FHA 10,11,12, Carousel 12. Wiltbank, Lee - Transferred from Lincoln High School, San Jose, Costa Rica, 11, SHH 11,12, Pep Club 12. - pg. 51,52, 116,262. Wimberly, Mary Virginia - H.R. Secretary 12, FHA 10,12, Civinettes 11. Windsor, Emest - pg. 262. Wing, Douglas - pg. 262. Wolfe, Larry David - "G" Club 12, Football 10,1l,12. - pg. 73,121,127,262. Wolfson, Linda Veronica - Los Som- breritos 11, Sigma Anchor 10,1l,12. -Pg. 115,262 Wo z, Ronald Galen - pg. 262. Womeldurf, Gregory Dean - Key Club 11, Treasurer 12, H.R. Treasurer 11, Gamma 10. - pg. 111,262. Wood, Marion Earlene - CBE 12. - pg. 33,263. Woods, June Hollis - Chorus 10, H.R. Secretary 10, Chap. 12, Finian's Rainbow 10, Paramedical 10,11, Sigma Anchor 10,11, Swimming 10,11.12. - pg. 263. Wooten, Diana Gayle - Transferred from Theodore Roosevelt High School, Mich. 1964, CBE 12. - pg. 32,263. Worley, Joy Lane - pg. 263. Wright, David Thorpe - Transferred from Balboa.High School, Panama, Republic of Panama, 11, Carousel 12, Chorus 12, Courtship of Eddie's Father 11, Scrib- blers 11,12, Thespians 11,12, You Can't Take It With You 12. - pg. 40,44,63,263. Wyman, Marjorie Elaine - Camelot 11, Carousel 12, FHA 10,12, H.R. Vice- President 12, Orchestra 10,11,12, Pep Club 12, Sigma Anchor 11,12, St. Coun. 12. - pg. 115. Yarborough, Sonia - pg. 264. Young, George Chapman - Wheel 11,12. - pg. 117,264. Youngblood, Terry - pg. 264. Zetrouer, William - Basketball 10, Foot- ball 10,11,12, "Cn Club 10,11, Vice- President 12, Los Sombreritos 10, St. Coun. 10,11, Sgt.-at-Anns 12, Track 10,11,12, VVhee1 10, Sgt.-at-Arms 11, President 12, LSA 11. - pg. 73,121,264. Zipperer, Frank 297 -A- Acree, Wayne-196 Adams, James-196 Adams, Patricia-196 Addison, Darrell-196 Allen, Donna-172 Allen, Wanda Sue-66,172 Allums, Lynda Leigh-72,172 Alvarez, Cathy-8,54,60,63,91,93, 113,196,270 Amason, Carolyn-196 Amerson, William-196 Anderson, james-134,172 Anderson, james Richard-196 Anderson, Judith-172 Anderson, Kathleen-172 Anderson, Phil-196 Andrews Doris-103,196 Andrews, john- Andrews, Susan-196 Angle, William-134,172 Annis. Omman-172 Aoki, Paul-172 Arline, Cheryl-172 Arnold, Gene-84.196 Asaro, Joseph-172 Ash, Abby-38,52,59,78,93, 113.196 Atchinson, Bruce-172 Atwater, Randy-196 Awbery, Alfred-66,196 Austin, jimmy-134,172 Ayers. Beth-50,96.154.172,274 Avers, Bert-63,64,73,94,116, 121,172,196 -B- Babineaux, Ralph-84,87,196 Babineaux, joe-172 Bailey, Chris-157 Bailey, David-61,108,196 Ballard, Larry-54,59,79,196 Ballentine, Lois-172 Balogh, Carol-104,196 Balogh, Patricia-196 Balsamo, Marie-135,72 Banks, Marti-48,59,63,93, 113,196 Banks, Robert-172 Barbour. Levcrne- Barco, Charles-172 Barfield, Ernest-157,172 Barlow, Steve-172 Barlow, Scott-172 Barnes, Patricia-172 Barnes, liobert-37,54 196 Barnett, Cathy-88,100,196 Barb, Marcia-172 Bass, Clynda-196 Bass, Johnny-196 Bass Pam-196 Bass, Willa Mae-196 Batts, jim-196 Baum. Carolyn-172 Baum, Laura-103,194 Baxley, Horace- Baxley, Sandra-172 Baxter, Glenda-172 Bav. Clarence-172 Beach. Robbie-63.197 Beals, Barbara-173 Beard, Tom-93,111,197 Beasley. Linda-173 Beattie Murray-173 Beck, Donnie-197 Beck, Dewey-197 Becker. Ann-97.155,l97 Beckham, Sue-64,941,173 Beckham. Sharon-173 Bell. Linda-100,197 Bell. Wayne-197 Belyew. Luther-197 Bender. john-197 Bennafield. Patricia-103,197 298 underclassmen Bennett, Richard-52.93,l48,197 Bennett. Bill-66,613,197 Benton. Chester-173 Benton, Clint-111,197 Bergman, joseph- Bethel, Mary jane-91,96,173,189 Beville, Barbara-173 Beville, Mindy-173 Bibee, Rob-173 Bird, Eileen-44,658,173 Bishop, Tommy-173 Bishop, Robert-173 Bishop, Ronald-173 Bishop, Steve-197 Black, Betsy-46,91,113,154, 165,173,274 Blair, Gordon-173 Blake, Chris-173 Blake, David-173 Blanton, Frank-84,197 Bliziotes, Matthew-173 Bobroff, Larry-66,197 Bogan, Sonja-64,941,197 Bohannon, Bessy-173 Bohannon, Herby-121,157,197 Bohannon, Nina-224 Boka, Linda-173 Boles, Alton-173 Boles, Nathan-197 Boles, Patricia-174 Belles, John-63,66,91,108,197 Boothby, David-66,91,17O,l74 Boothby, Dianne-72,74,86,88 Boothby, Pat- Boothby, Robert-174 Bore, Linda-44 Boston, James-87,174 Boston, Karen- Boulware, Patricia-63,86,197 Bourg, Billy-197 Bouregois, Kay-48,59,93,96,97, 198,274 Bowers, John-198 Bowman, Barbara-179 Box, Margaret- Boyd, Ann-198 Boyd, john-66,68.107,198 Boyles, Linda-93,198 Bozeman, Cordon-135,174 Bozman, Benita-198 Bracewell, Linda-79,174 Brackin, Robert-148,166,198 Bradley, Milton-174 Bradshaw, Billy-121,198 Brannon, Mary-198 Brasington, Glenn-198 Bratcher, Bruce-134 Bratcher, Robert-121,174 Breland, Ray-87,174 Brigman, Harry-198 Broadfoot, Marv-174 Brogdon, Lyla-154,174 Brower, Sara-198 Brown, Annie-66,79,174 Brown, Donna- Brown, Kenneth-174 Brown, Larry-198 Brown, Ora Lee-174 Brown, Robert-198 Broyles, Clifford-134,174 Broyles, Rhea-174 Brunson, Betty-79,198 Brunson, Lynda-79,198 Bryant, David-5O,54,93,198 Buck, Iudy-174 Buel, Becky-79.174 Buel, Randy-53,198 Buickel, Linda-104,198 Burch, Harold-87 Burch,dIames-50,174 Burfor , Robert-135,174 Burgess. Dot-198 Burnard. Lavrette-174 Burns, Charlotte-174 Burns, Danny- index Burton, james-174 Burton, Joyce-88,198 Bush, Carolyn-275 Butcher, Robert-54,198 Butler, Barbara-154,174 Butler, Sharon-44.88.104, 174 Buttlerworth, Tim-198 -C- Cain, Charlotte-174 Calaway, Nan-59,83,103,199 Caldwell, Cheryl-14,44,64,98,99, 113,199 Calhoun, Jodi-199 Campbell, Danny-174 Campbell, Thomas-199 Cannon, jeffrey-121,157,199 Cantrell, Clarkson-174 Capo, Tommy-174 Carleton, Donald Carmen, Charles-66,199 Carney, Donna-174 Carpenter, Jeff-174 Carr, Alice- Carr, Nina-64,941,174 Carr, Tom-199 Carrell, Amelia-79,199 Carrell, Buddy-135,157,174 Carson, Bonita-175 Carter, joel-199 Carter, Larry-199 Casey, Karen-66,199 Cason, Donna-175 Cason, Mickie-175 Cassell, Terry-4b,61,62,64,94, 111,199 Caswell, Mel-61,63,64,84,94,l99 Cates, Jenny-175 Catotti, Donna-44,66,68,86,175 Catotti, Carol-40,51,52,59,66, 79,93,98,99 Chase, Marti-103.199 Chaky, Judy-79,199 Chaky, Ken-134,175 Chambless. Tom-134,175 Chancey. Carolyn-65,911,175 Chappell, Liston-1519 Chavers, Elizabeth Suzanne-61,60 199 Cheshire, Cary-199 Chesnut, Jim- V175 Chesnut, Wil!'am-50,175 Chestnut, jimmy-149 Chesser, Lamar-175 Chitty, Harmon-149,157,175 Choate, jay-175 Christian, Vana-175 Clardy, Cindy-165,175 Clemons, Russell-121.199 Clevenger, Linda-199 Christie, Tom-199 Clifford, Sharon-52,165,175 Cline, Mac-108,175 Cline, Sharon-175 Clock, Debbie-73,175 Coates, Katie-88,199 Cobb, Cathy-175 Cobb, Marcia-38,53,1l3,152, 153,199,273 Coburn, Nancy-44,175 Coffin, june-63,199 Cohen, Margaret-51,52,199 Colding, Pat-64,941,175 Colding, Wayne-175 Coleman, James-87.164199 Coleman, Pam-199,273 Coleman, Randy- 175 Coles, Tip-134,175 Compton, Larry-175 Conerly, Dena Kaye-64.94199 Conlon, john-35,38,110,111,175 Conway. Dorothy-199 Cook, Albert-175 Cook, Iacalyn-175 Cook, Patti-66,538,199 Cook, Rodger-199 Coon, Betty-199 Coon, Charles-175 Cooper, Robert-175 Cooper, Sue-64,94,96,175 Cooter, Jackie-175 Corbitt, David-84.199 Chuart, Donald-29,199 Coursey, Iudy-154,175,269 Coursey, Sue-154 Cowart, Don-29,87 Cowart, Ierry-175 Cowbins, Dorothy-175 Cox, Julia-175 Cox, Robert- Crampton, Carol-103,199 Crawford, Bill-175 Crawford, Cynthia-175 Crawford, Nancy-88,941,175 Crenshaw, Bobbie-176 Crews, IoAnn-176 Criswell, Becky-86,103,199 Croft, Ruth Ann-199 Crom, Gary-176 Crom, Ted-199 Crosby, Lacy-176,280 Cross, Bettv jean-50,96,199,215 Crowder, Ronnie-157,176 Crowley, Betty-176 Crowley, Kathleen-176 Crown, Debbie-66,598,200 Crown, Ronnie-50,176 Crurnpton, Marsha-200 Gully, Susan-176 Cummings, Chris-87,121 Cummings, Richard-134,176 Cutts, Carl-176 -D- Darnpier, Ioan-176 Dana, jennifer-200 Danford, Edith-51,93,98,200 Danner, jeffrey-116,176 Da.rnelL Ralph-176 Daugherty, Donna-176 Dauphinee, Patrick-121,200 Dauphinee, Steven-176 Davis Dale-135,149,166,176 Davis, Danny-200,230 Davis, Debbie-176 Davis, Don-176 Davis, Joanne-176 Davis, Larry-50,61,176 Davis, Roland-121,200 Davis, Roy-200 Davis. Tommy-121,157,200 Davis, Virginia Elizabeth-176 Davis, Wayne-200 Davis Woodrow-176 Dayton, Carol-102,103,200 Dean, Thomas-200 Deen, Daniel-176 Degenhardt, Susan-48,932.00 DeGraff, Peggy-91,113,176, 231,269 DeLaney, Phillip-38,41,52,58, 111,200 Deleuw, Claire-165 Dena, Hector- Denhan, Denny-176 Denmark, Jamie-98,176 Diaz, Judith-98, 176 Dickerson, Alfred-87,200 DiDuonni, Linda-176 Dilgren, Rick-108,176 Dixon, Mar ie Lu-165,200 Dodge, Cindy-50,65,176 Doerr, Mickie-54,176 Dolling, Ray-176 Dorse , Frank-176 Dougherty, Don- Dougherty, Linda-200 Douglas, Barton-54,66,200 Dow, Carol-40,86,200 Dowd, Sandrette-176 Dowling. Bobby Downs, Brenda-176 Dreblow, Buddy-200 Dreblow, Lewis-200 Dudley, Diane-200 Dukes, Gary-200 Dulaney, Tommy-134,149,176 Durrance, Carol-35,51,53,57,93, 1 15,200 -E- Eagle Susan-176 Easter, Iohn- Eaton, Peggy-50,64,91,176 Eddy, Bonnie-31,200 Eddy, Linda- Eddy, Susan-50,176 Edwards, Gregory-177 Edwards, Thomas-177 Ehrbar, Enid-177 Ehrbar, Mark-200 Ellioh, Claretta-200 Ellis, Brenda-200 Ely, Bay-177 Emo, Carolyn-65,91,200,267 English, Geogianne-59,200 English, Joyce-177 Ensley, Lillie-177 Ernst, Grace-177 Esposito, Rocky-53,93,111,2O0 Esser, Lorelei-63,200 Estes. Oscar-50,177 Everett, Ian-200 Ezzell, Betty-177 Ezell, Phyllis- -F- Fackender, Thomas-201 Fagan, Kathleen-177 Farnbach, Brenda-201 Farrell, james-177 Farris, Mary Susan-50,115,177 Fearney, Barbara-68, 177 Feaster, john-87,201 Feather, Hugh-201 Fender, Marilyn-177 Ferguson, Keith-201 Fillingim, Anice-160,201 Fisher, William--177 Flage, Larry-201 Flanagan, Mary-177 Fletcher, Pam-91,177 Foerst, janet-177 Fogal, Debbie-79 F ogle, Clark-201 Ford, Dewey- Ford, Frances-64,94,177 Ford, Suzanne-50,613,201 Foreman, Frances-177 Forsman, Jim-121,201,271 Fortner, Charlotte-201 Foster, Carol-201 Fountain, Carol-177 Fowler, Paul-177 Fowler, Staten-201 Frank, Lynda-66,201 Franklin, Benjamin-135,177 Franklin, Mary Ann-201 Franklin, Trenton-178 Franks, Linda-178 Fraser, Roy-201 Freeland, Carole-201 Freeman, Lester-178 French, Tommie jean-201 Friedman, Michael-85,201 Fryer, Daniel-178 Fulford, William-201 Fuller, Len-73,121,166,167,201 Fulmer, Mike-201 Furman, Richard-38,201 Fussell, Sylvia-64,88,94,178 -G- Gainous, Laura jean-178 Galbraith, john-178 Gallagher, Frank-38,91,116,150, 201,269 Gammage, Cathy-50,91,96,178 Garrett, Gloria-178 Garrett, James-178 Garrett, Sandra Gale-178 Garrett, Valeria Ann-201 Gassett, Tommy-73.108.109, I21,157,158,194,201,278 Gaston, Wilda-103.201 Cavan, James-53,201 Geer, Lavonia-178 Geiger, Nina Marie-72,115,201 George, Dale Karen-178 George, Patty-94,201 George, Teddy-54,63,64,160,178 Gerard, Mike Ed-178 Gernannt, David-178 Gibbs. Sharon Lee-64,94,178 Gilford, Kathy-50,88,178 Gill. Iames-178 Gilliland, Norman-48,59,93,201 Gocek, Iohn Frank-135,157,178 Godey, Michael-157,178 Godwin, Brenda Sue-201 Godwin, Dan-178 Goethe, Pat-113,201 Goff, Phyllis-65,201 Good, Tim-135,149,166,178 Goolsby, Marsha-178 Gorton, Marjorie-88,178 Graham, Alvin-178 Graham, Barbara Iean-201 Graham, Charles-201 Grant, Marilyn Kay-88, 178 Gravenstein, Nik-178 Graves, Beth-96,154,178,269 Gray, Victor-61,632,201 Greathouse, Linda-44,48,63,201 Green, Deborah Sue-113,179 Green, Harris-179 Green, Kirby-57,121,166,202 Green, Marvin Wayne-50,179 Green, Thurmond-202. Greene, Gerald Fletcher-202 Greene, jerry-61,6253 Greene, Joel-202 Greene, Richard-61,179 Greene, William-111,202 Griffin, Evelyn Anne-51,52,93,202 Griffin, Linda Nell-179 Griffin, Sherry-179 Gronko, Richard-202 Gronko, Susan Ruth-72,179 Gross, Frank-202 Groves, Betsy-202,270 Groves, William-179 Grunewald, Lois Lee-179 Guenther, Dennis-56,113,202,269 Guinn, Charles-179 Gull, val-64,79,94,202 Guthrie, Lane Alvin-202 Gwin, Barbara jane-79,179 -H- Hack, Pat-202 Heammerlie, Mary-59,78,91,153,202 Hagan, David-87,179 Ha n, Michael-135,179 Halbrook, Ronald-50,179 Hale, Patricia-179 Hales, A. D.-87,202 Hall, Craig-179 Hall, Deborah-94,179 Hall, Rex-66,202 Hall, Shirley-179 Hall, Steve-82,135,149,179 Hamilton, Tizzy-38,113,202 Hammett, Sandra-50,179 Hammock, Clifford-202 Hanes. Carol--179 Hanes, Linda- Hanke, Tudy-50,179 Hanssen, Tommy-73,121,123,157,202 Harben, Kathy-179 Harben, Keith-179 Hardee, Lois-179 Hardee, Mary Grace-38,113,202,281 Hargrove, Ilanice-202 Har an, Bi l-108,179 Harper, John-108,109,134,179 Harrell, Audrey-79,179 Harrell, Evelyn Carol-179 Harrison, Ann-82,202 Harrison, Gloria-202 Harrison, Jim-179 Harrison, Lucinda-202 Harrison, Shirley-202 Hart. Charlotte-31,759,202 Hart, Curtis Lynn-179 Hartman, Debbie-96,202 Hartman, Edward-157,202 Hartman. Frank-59,93,1l6,136, 145,146,202,278 Hartman, Jane-50,196,179 Hartman, Lynne-202 Hartwell. Beverly-54,78,202,215 Harvey, James- Harvey, Judy-79,179 Harvey, Pat-202 Harvey, Linda-79,179 Haufler, Bobby-179 Hawley, Mike-179 Hawley, Phil-84,202 Hawthorne, Patricia- Hawthorne, Peter-179 Hawthorne, Steven-179 Hayes, Ethelda-202 Hayes, Hazen, Margaret-202 Sidney-87,91,202,278 Hazen, Susan-50,154,170,179,279 Hegen, Helmut-116,179 Helton, Coharmaine-50,179 Hendricks, Angela-115,202 Hendrix, John-179 Hendrix, Kaye-180 Hendrix, Robin-180 Hennessy, Susa-50,180 Herb, Edmund-180 Hernberger, Jimmie- Heron, David-202 Herring, Barbara- Hester, Frances-202 Hesters, JoAnn-64,94,103,180 Hesters, Kathy- Hetherington, James-50,180 Hewett, Patricia-180 Hicks, Tommy-134,180 Hickson, Billy-82,202 Hill, Thomas-203 Hilliard, Judy-180 Hilliard, Ken- Hilliard, Ronnie-50,180 Himmelman, David-54,180 Hines, Cynthia-203 Hines, Ronnie-84 Hines, Shirley-180 Hines, Wanda-203 Hinson, Glenda-203 Hinson, Richard-180 Hirst, Dave-54,203 Hirst, Susan-72,180 Hodge, George-180 Hodge, Ruth-96,97,203 Hodges, John-180 Hodges, Laura-180 Holder, Robert-87, 134,203 Holland. Gary-203 Holland, Irma-180 Hollander, Brian-203 Hollien, Kevin-180 Holmes, Jim-87,203 Holmes, Michael-54,68,157,203 Holsapple, Virginia-86,180 Holton, Betty-203 Hooker, Judy-31,613,203 Hoover, Nerman-203 Hope. Bice-54,164,203 Hopf, Lily-203 Horn, Phili -203 Horne, Carl,-48,59,68,203 Hornsay. Linda- Horton, William-203 Hotchkiss, Chris-40.46,47,48,93,203 Howard, Larry-180 Howard. Susan-48,66,79,160,203 Howell, Joy- Howell, Linda-103,203 Howell, Sandra-180 Hubener, Katie-113,180 Huckeba. Linda-180 Hudson, Dick-50,203 Hnguley, Linda-203 Hull, John-87,180 Humphrey, Steve-50,180 Hunt, Allen-203 300 Hunt, Christine-180 Hunt, Keith-204 Hunter, Cyrus Marty-180 Hunter, David-87,204 Hunter. James Edward-180 Hurst, Barbara- Hnry, Tom-53,116,204 Hutchinson, Marlene- Hutson, Zan- ..1- Ingae, Sharon- Irwin, Elizabeth Ann-31,240 Isaac, Charles-240 -I- Jackson, Johnny-157,204,284 Jackson, Mike- James, Deloris- James, Kathy-181 James, Larry-85,87,241 Jaudon, Robert-204 Jeffcoat, Brenda-204 Jeffcoat, Janis-72,103,181 Jenkins, Elizabeth-37,204,271 Jenkins, Sammy-181 Jenkins, Steve-204 Jernigan, Mila-204 Johnson, Barbara-204 Johnson, Brenda-181 Johnson, Ray-53,59,66,68,204 Johnson, Sammy-149,181 Johnson, Steven-66,204 Johnson, Terry Ann-72,79,181 Johnson, Wayne-204 Johnston, Jackie-204 Johnston, Phillette-181 Joiner, Harry-181 Joiner, Pamela-181 Jolley, Steve-181 Jones, Candy-181 Jones, Cathy-181 Jones, Clifford-181 Jones, Condy-204 Jones, Craig-204 Jones, Darlene- Jones, Evin-63,204,276 Jones, James- Jones, Julie- Jones, Larry-181 Jones, Larry-204 Jones, Linda-44 Jones, Lynn-63,204 Jones, Pat-52,204 Jones, Sandi-204 Jordan, James-204 Joseph, Buddy-204 Joyner, Carla-79,181 Joyner, Glenda-204 Joyner. Martha-29,204 -K- Kalb, Linda-181 Karnes, Jac ui-64,88,94,181 Kastor, L nida-93,204 Kates, Julia-165,181 Kattke, Diane-98 Keefe, Janis-54,181 Keel, Susan-91,108,204 Keel, Kay-118,1181 Keene, Robin-181 Kelly, Judy-165,204,278 Kennan, Carolyn-181 Kennan, Tony-61,204 Kenny, John-181 Kensler, Richard-134,157,181 Kephart, Dalton-91,181 Kerby, Larry-84,204 Kerr, Laurie-204 Kidwell, Billie-181 Kiker, John-181 Kilby, John-182 Kilpatrick, Joy-72,181 Kinchen, Kenneth-61,181 King, David-204 Kinser, Jeanne-181 King, Joseph-204 Kip. Larry-182 Kirby, Pat-85 Kirby, Terry-182 Kirkland, Joyce-204 Kirkland, Marion-204 Kiser, Joan-182 Kite, Slvia-3l,79,204 Klement, John-182 Knigcht, Randall-50,182 Koc , Kathryn-50,182 Koemer, William-182 Kremer, Paul-50,111,205 Kress, Steven-66,205 Krezdom, Vicki-52,59,78,88,93,205 Kuhns, Rolf-66,205 Kuhr, Bobb-134,182 Kykendall, Ruby J.-182 Kuzma, Dee Ann-50,9l,96,182 -L- Labelle, Nancy-79,181 Lackey, LaRue-73,121,157,205 Laessle, Mary Lee-205 LaCrasse, Brenda-205 Laite, Sam-182 Lally, Stephen-111,182 Lamb, Mary Pat-182 Lancaster, Morris-182 Lancaster, Richard-61 Land, A. J,-61,205 Land, Juana-154,182 Landrum, Margaret-205 Lane, Tommy-61,63,205 Lang, Warren-134,182 Langford, Steve-182 Langieri, Desi Roy-182 Langley, George-182 Lansdale, Kyle-88,911,182 Larsen, Janeen-44,59,68,205 Latsko, Billy-134,157,182 Law, Ran-182,281 Leadon, Chris-50,149,205 Leadon, Mary-50,100,205 Leavitt, Barbara Jean-182 Lee, Dennis-50,182 Lee, Dale-205 Lee, James-205 Lee, James Joseph-205,244 Lee, Steve-l34,157,182,185 Lefter, Linda-44,205 Leggett, Brewer-182 Lenahan, Pat-63,64,113,205 Leopold, Janice-182 Leverette, Kathleen- Lewis, William-182 Lindsey, Dianne-205 Lindsey, Elmo-182 Lindsey, Cary-205 Lindsey, Linda-182 Lineaweaver, Bill-88,182 Lipham, Larry-45.61,62,63,205,267 Little, Jennifer-205 Littlejohn, Linda-205 Little'one, Chris-182 Lloyd, Barbara-79,205 Loggins, Melinda-205 Looney. Bill-87,205 Love, Kim-64,911,182 Lovely, Delilah-182 Lovett, Ann-31,104,205,278 Lowe, Phillip-66,205 Lucius, Joseph-182 Luke, Gloria-205 Lunes, Howard-182 Lynes, Douglas-108,182 Lynn, Billy-44,182 Lyons, Connie- Lyons, James-182 -Mc- McAlpine, Johnie-183 McAlpine, Mary-206 McCall, Eddie-183 McCallum, James-184 McClellan Charles-135,183 McDaniell, Vemon-121,157,278 McDavid, Rand -78,913,164 McE1wee, Carolline-59,88,206,272 McGee, Kathy-50,91,154,184,279 McCilvary, John-100,101,206 McGuire, Robert-206 Mclnnis. Dede-153,206 McIntosh, Bonny-206 McKean, Maggie-184 McKenna, Stuart-206 McKearns. Leslie-184 McKinley. Mark-71,111,206 McKinney. Dorothea-184 McKinney, Susan-64.88,94,206 McLaurin, Mark-184 McLean. Jimmy-70,184 McLendon. Edna Lee-247 McLeod. Francis-87,207 McLeod. Nancy Lee-50,184 McLeod, Iames- McMillan. Gary-184 McMillan. Vicki-65.184 McNeill. John-116.207 McPhail, Linda-64,911,207 McPherson. Bobby-135,184 McPherson, Iohn-108,207 McQuade, Pete-184 McVay, Susan-207 -M- Mack, Stanley-183 Macdonald. John-44.91,ll6,l94, 206,272 Mack, VVayne-121,206 Mackenzie. Claudia-183 Macrostie. Iudy-154,183,283 Madden, Iimmy-134.183 Madison. Don-6178.206 Maggard, Teddy-206 Mahn. Linda-183 Malcolm, Kathleen-183 Mallard, Bruce-206 Mallard. Sandra-183 Mallory. Louis-206 Maloney. Elizabeth-46,68,113,183 Maitbic. Betty-183 Mann, Daniel-183 Manning, Dale-206 Mansolo. Nester-157,206 Mantlo. Andy-183 Maren, David-160,206 Marrel. Charlotte-86 Marsh. Kathy-91.183 Martin. Betty-183 Martin. Donny-87,183 Martin. Elmer Louis-183 Martin, Gary-206 Martin, C-raylyn-53,206 Martin, Laura- Martin, Linda- Martin, Lynn-79,206 Martin, Bill-136,141,206 Marzloff, Fred-183 Mason, David-183 Mathews, Marsha-54,183 Mathis, Linda-183 Matthews, Connie- Maudlin, James-188 May, Carrol-31,5479 Mayfield, Twana-64,94,l83 Meaden, Cindy-165,184 Meaden, Sharon-207 Mears, Robert-207 Medlock, Carl-207 Medlock, Jim-184 Meerman, Kathy-54,98,184 Merril, Charlotte-72,86,184 Meyer, David-82,207 Middelhoven, Cobie-79.207 Middleton, Donna-63,238,207 Mihlfeld, Ste hanie-184 Miller, Brenda-115,207 Miller, Jean-184 Milligan, Mary-208 Milli en, Sherry-72,184 Mills, George- Mills, Harold-184 Mitchell, George-184 Mitchell, Nancy-44,9l,208 Mixson, Charles-184 Mixson, Danny-184 Mixson, Frances-44,184 Mixson, Rosie-79,184 Mixon, Shirley-98,l64,208 Moffett, Mary Louise-184 Montgomery, Ieff-l08,l64,208,284 Montgomery, joseph-208 Montgomery, Paula-108,185 Mooney, Christine-208 Moore, Larr -134,185 Moore, Lincla-88,104,185 Moore, Pamela- Morgan, Marc-54,68,208 Morgan, William-185 Morris, Russell-208 Morris. Wilson-185 Morrison, Donald-185 Morrison. Margaret-208 Mosely, Ray-162,185 Mott. Larry-61,208 Mountain, Sandra-208 Moxley, Bob-50,135,185 Mull, jean-185 Mullins, Sheila-84,9l,208 Mullis, Carole-185 Muncy, Beverly-50,208 Murphey, Dianne-185 Murphree, john-116,1l7,157,208 Murrell, Kenneth-6l,63,l64,l86 Murrow, Mary-Ellen-186 Musgrave, Charles-66,108,186 Musgrave, Claudia-91,l52,153,208,277 Myers, Amanda-112,186 Myers, Susan-208 Myking, Barbara-91,155,165,208 Mylcing, Susan-38,208 -N- Nadeau, Chris-91,154,l65,l86 Neeley, Dot- Neill, Debra-72,79,186 Neill, Diantha-104,208 Nero, Lorraine-72,186 Nesler, Michael-186 Nesler, Patricia-208 Neufeld, Pat-44,48,59,93,97, 165,208 Newell, Joyce-186 Newman, Deborah-103,186 Newsome, Caroline- Newsome, Marianna-98,208 Newsome, Mitchell-208 Newton, Valerie-63,208 Nichols, Sally-96,208 Nickolis, Robert- Nielsen, Nels-208 Nixon, Mike-186 Nobles, Linda-186 Nocks, Kay-72,186 Norris, Ronnie-186 Norwood, Phillip-208 -0- O'Dell, William-59,93,lll,208 Ogletree. Bo-173,186 O'Hara, Cheryl-186 Oliver, Pat-208 Osborne, Frankie-103,186,280 Osgood, Stephanie-98,208 O'Steen, Frances Grace-79,186 O'Steen, Ceor e-186 O'Steen, Ronald-186 Osterbind, Ellen-37,59,l65,208 Ostrander, Leslie-51,52,81,9l,113, 152,153,l94,208 Outlaw, Charles-13O,l57,158,l86 Owens, Ellen-44,186 Owens, Michael-186 Oyenarte, Alice-186 -P- Pace, Jean-208 Packard, Harold-82,249 Padgett, Carole-208 Padgett, Dennis-186 Pagnozzi, Bonita-54,115,186 Paige, Karen-186 Palmer, Frederick-53,208 Palmer, Diane-186 Palmour, Mary-50,9l,186 Pardue, Bobbie-209 Parke, Ivan-157,186 Parker, Jackie-209 Parker, Iane-186 Parker, Ianis-186 Parker, Linda-209 Parkinson, Mary-ll3,l86,268 Paulson, Susan-209 Pavelka, Alicia-93.209 Peacock, Tommy-134,186 Pearl, Marilyn-9l,l04,105,209 Pearson, Lamar-209 Peek, Becky-65,186 Pena, Rene-187 Pennell, Dale-187 Pennell, Virginia-209 Pennington, Iohn-187 Perkins, Barbara-187 Perkins, jimmy-73,l64,165,209 Perkins, Randall-85 Perry, Lynda-64,94,l03,209 Petrucci, Linda-50,187 Phillips, Ralph- Phillips, Jack-134,187 Philman, Janie-187 Philman, Ioan-209 Philman, Susan Darlene-187 Pickett, james-209 Picou, David-108,209 Pierce, Helen-43,117,209 Pierce, John-209 Pierson, Carrie Sue-38,lO4,105,209 Pierson, Connie-209 Pinho, Joe-187 Pirkle, Fred-187 Pisano, Andrea-187 Pittman, Nancy-187 Plank, Lee-164,187 Platt, Steve-116,209 Plemmon, Robert-209 Plettner, Ed-121,209 Pogue, Joyce-31,209 Polsen, Donna-5O,64,94,l87 Pond, Ionathan- Pons, Katherine-209 Pons, Mamie-209 Pons, Phillip-209 Ponzio, Io-70,153,165,209 Poole, Karen-66,68,209 Poole, Ric-187 Pothier, Donna-209,283 Potts, Arlene-187 Potts, Herbert-209 Powell, Mike-135,149,187 Pratt, Karen-209 Price, Nita-79.209 Primo, Diane-54,187 Primo, Mike-37,121,209 Pringle, Mary Ann-50,9l,187,282 Pringle, VVayne-135, 187 Pritz, David-107 Pritz, Mike-106,107,209 Privett, Nancy- Proctor, Iohn-187 Prows, Deborah-187 Pruette, Laura- Pullen, Ieani-44,209 -Q- Quattlebaum, Gloria-210 Queen, William-106,107,187 Quincey. Thomas-187 Quirin, Joanne-210 -R- Rackley, Gail-210 Radford, Roy-187 Rafferty, Pat-210 Rafferty, Sandra- Rafferty, Theresa-154,187 Raiford, Linda-187 Rash. Ioan- Ratliff, Randy-210 Ream, Tommy-210 Reaves. Lewis, lack-210 Reed, Chad-45,612.10 Reed, Charles-210 Reed, Micheal- Reecl, Thomas-187 Reeves, Bill-187 Reeves, Richard-210 Reeves, Wayne Alan-166,187 Regan, John-252 Register, Dale-53,59,93,121,21O Reib, Christie-210 Reid, Eddie-61,62.63,93,210 Reiner, Wanda-252 Rentz, Leah-210 Rentz. Willie-135,157,187 Reynolds, Linda-65,210 Rhea, Paul-210 Rhoades, Ion-66,210 Rhodes, Alan-187 Rhodes, Tom-111,210 Rice, Mary-79,187 Richardson, Jennifer-210 Richey, Cynthia Gail-188 Ridgell, Mary Ann-84,210 Ridgely, Frannett-79,210 Rigsby, Terry-134,188 Robbins Robbins Robbins , Dale-210,277 , Earl-210 james- Robbins, Raymond-149,188 Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Kathy-188 Kenneth-188 Linda-86, 188 Norman-188 Wayne-188 Robertson, Doug-108,188 Robinett, Alan-211 Robison, Brenda-188 Robison, Catherine-211 Robinso Robinso Robinso n, Marlene-115,211,275 n, Rexal-106,107,211 n, Richard-61,108,134,188 Robinson, Sandy-103,211 Rochelle, Billy-188 Rogers, Florence- Rogers Linda- Ro ersi Dann-11 1,211 8 Rogers Margaret-154 165,188 Rogers, Marvin-66,188 , Rogers, Rodney-61,80,87,211 Rolf, Warren-211 Rose, Iud -79,188 Rose, Ricky-211 Rosenberger, Richard-188 Roundtree, Cissy-53,63,9l,96, 165, 1 94,2 1 1 Rountree, Steed-211 Rousseau, jean-54,211 Seay, Nancy-211 Sea , Woody-189 Seidel, Harvey-189 Seymour, Larry-211 Shadbum, Carol-211 Shaffer, Charles-66,111,211 Shea, Dawn-189 Shearouse. ,Timmy-189 Shee, Cathleen-211 Sheffield, Debra-189 Sheffield, Harry-211 Sheffield, Hurley-211 Sheffield, Larry-121,166,211 Shelley, Earnest-211 Shepherd, Charlie-189 Shepherd, Randi-154,189,282 Sherman, Kathy-86,115,189 Sherouse, Mark-211 Shipp, Sally-64,941,189 Shiver, Sharon-85,211 Short, Linda-189 Shorter, Robert-189 Shroder, Larry-211 Sikes, Larry-50.105,107,211 Simmons, Beverly-190 Simmons, Carl-87,190 Simmons, James-50,190 Simmons, John-211 Sims, Jody-50,211 Spann, Linda-212 Sparks, Frank-212 Spear, Allan-121,212,271 Spivey, Marvin-68,212,257 Sprow, Don-190 Squires, Ronnie-212 Stack, Karen-64,911,190 Stahmann, Nancy-190 Stakeley, James-160,212 Stallman, Ben-59 Stanley, Gary-50,134,190 Stanley, Ray-190 Stanley, Luticia-82,212 Stapleton, Nancy-54,72,115,212 Steadham, Iill-212 Steegler, John-54,59,212 Step ens, Jerry-61,79 Sterling, jeff-212 Stevens, David- Stevens, Linda-212 Stevens, Richard-53,73,116,136,162,212 Stinson, james-134,190 Theoktis to, Mary-213 Thigpin, Judy-213 Thomas, Carol-66,191 Thomas, Donna-66,68,79,213 Thomas, Linda-191 Thomas, Thomas, Michael-191 Sandra-72,213,283 Thompson, Harold-213 Thompson, john-213 Thompson, Mary-63,213 Thompson, Steven-213 Threatte , Rosemary-54,55,63,64,94,213 Thunquest, Bunnie-213 Tilley, Debbie-213,282 Tillman, Tillman, Jane-191 Sandra-191 Tinney, Bruce-135,157,191 Tisdale, Barbara-213 Tisdale, Dianne-214 Tison, Stevie-96,214 Strickland Rowe, Lindee-13,43,47,93,211 Rowe, Ylona-188 Rowland, Mike-188 Rowland, Montine-211 Rowley, Patricia-188 Rucker, Rodney Council-121,157,211 Runyon, Lewis-211 Rutledge, Clarence-61,63,211 Rutledge, Charlotte-188 Ryals, Iack-116,148,149,211 Ryan, Ioyce-52,188 -3- Salisbury, Frank-84,211 Sampson. Juanita-189 Sanball, David-189 Sandefer, Larry-54,108,134,189 Sanders, Frank-211 Sanders, Iames- Sanders, Jessie-189 Stipanovich, Coleman-157, 190 Stokes, Ste ve-212 Stone, Reba-51,53,59,93,l12, 113,212 Strawn, Grace-190 Strickland, Allene-53,72,115,212 Strickland, Andy-136,138,140,14l, 144,213 Strickland. Cathy-213 Strickland, Cindy-190 Strickland, Dale-190 Strickland, Elmer- Cary-213 Todd, Judith-214 Tomlinson, Danny-134,191 Tomlinson, Lavonia- Tomlinson, Mike- Townsend, Ann- Townsend, Ann-191,214 Trujillo, Mary Ann-50,88,191 Tucker, Tim-191 Tunstall, Albert-134,157,l91,279 Tunstall, John-91,214 Tunstall, Mary-91,154,191 Turlington, Carlene-214 Tumer, Connie-63,855,214 Turner, Thomas-48,93,107,2l4 Tussinger, Cynthia-214 Tussinger, Ianey- Tyer, Austin-85,214 Tyler, Brenda-40,214 Tyner, Lynn-59,638,214 Tuten, Billy-214 ..V- Vance, Melody-214 Van Leer, Lynda-79,191 Van Veldhuisen, Bill-59,73,93, 157,214 Van Zant, john- Varner, Susan-214 Verink, Barbara-72,79,214 Vidal, Laurie-91,116,160,200,214 Videon, Steve-191 Volk, William-157,191 Vollmert, Leslie-214 Von Krosigk, Chris-191 Voodre, Elizabeth-191 -W- Wagner, Brad-51,93,108,149,214 Wagoner, Michael-214 Wakuya, Boberta-191,280 Waldo, Robert-84,214 Waldrop, Cathy-214,268 Waldrop, James-214 Sanders, johnny- Sanders Larry-134,135,149,17O,189 Sandersi Steven-211 Sanford, Frank- Sanford William-61 189 Sap , Reginald-189 1 Scafbuti, Iohn-164 Scbeck, Schwart Carol- 189 z, William-21 1 Scott, Alton-189 Scott, Cheryl-189 Scott, David-189 Scott, Ian-211 Scott, Marjorie-211 Scott, Ra mond-211 Scott, Rohert-108,164,189 Scott, William- Seay, John-189 302 Stringer, Pete-37,48,111,213 Stripling, Carolyn-52,113,213 Stroud, Sylvia-104,190 Stubbs, Jane-52,154,l60,190 Suggs, Gene-190 Sullivan, Brenda-190 Sullivan, Marvin-134,190 Summers, Ioe-190 Summers, Scott-190 Sutherland, Donna-213 Swails, Linda-213 Swearingen, Emery-157,190 Swilley, June-79,213 -T- Talbert. Polly-190 Talbot, Cecil-121.213 Talbot, Mary-72,104,191 Tallent, Bill-191 Tatham, Suzanne-213 Taylor, Debbie-38,54,59,88,93, 113,213 Taylor, Jackie-191,282 Ta lor, Kent-191 Teller, James-59,213 Waldrep, Sandy-191 Walker, Billy-29,214 Walker, Hal-191 Walker, Larry- Walker, Molly-214 Walker, Pete-191 Walker, Wanda-214 Wallace, Iva-191 Waller, Iudy-191 Walters, Richard-191 Ward, Lydia- Ward, Marie-79.191 Ward, Ronald-191,260,280 Warner, Richard-54,192 Warrington, Ralph-82,215 Wasdin, Arvida-215 Waters, Richard- Watkins, jackson-192 Watson, Iames-93,111,215 Watson, Judy-215 VVatts, Carolyn-192 Weatherington, Karen-88,104,215 Weaver, Io Ann-64,94,192 Weaver, Pat-260 Weiner, Ioe-192 Welch, Ann-192 Welch, Howard-215 Westfall, Carol-215 Wetts, janet-192 WVhite, james-215 White, Jean-215 Whiteford, Barbara-79,192 NVhitehead, Barbara-51,59,93, 113,215 Whitford, Iohn-116,215 Whitlow, Pam-53,192 NVhitman, Connie-192 NVhitney, Donna-192 Whitworth, Pam-63,215 VVidmayer. Carolyn-72,115,192 Wiese, Frank-192 Wiggins, Susan-88,192 WViggleswortli, Dana-96,216 WVilc0x, Terry-53,72,86,115,216 Wilder, Shirley-192 Wilkes, Casanova- Wilkinson, james-193 YVillcinson, Linda-33,616,216 Wilkinson, William-108,216 Alpha .,.. Anchor 1 1 1 Art ..,, Band .,vf., Baseball ,,.., Basketball 1 1 1 Beacon ,,,,,,...,.. Beta ,,a,,,,,..,,.,.. Business Education ,,,c Cheerleaders ,,,,,,. Choruses ,,,, ,.... Civinettes A,..,,..,A.,...c,,.. Civitan, Ir. ..,,..,.,,,...,,,.,, Cooperative Business Education 1 Crafts ....,,.................. Discupli Antiquorum ,,,.....,,. Distributive Education ,,,, 1 .,,. Diversified Coo erative Trainin P 8 English ..,,....aaa,aa..aa.,aaaa, Faculty ,,,,,,,,,,..,,,.., 1 1 1 Football .,,,..,,,,,...,,..,,.,, Future Fanners of America ,,...., Future Homemakers of America Future Secretaries of America ,,,,, Future Teachers of America ..,.. G Club ,...,,..,..,,.,...,, Gamma ,.,,,.. 1 ,......... Girls Athletic Association 111 Golf ,,.aaa..a,a,acc,..aa Hall of Fame ,,,,...a,. Hurricane ,,.., 1 ..,, Hurricane Herald 111 Hurricane Players 11 Inter-Club Council 11, Williams, Billy-121,157,216 Williams, Brian-193 Williams James-193 1 VVilliams, Janice-102,216 Williams Kathy-216 NVilliams: Kathleen-s5,8s,21e Williams, Leslie-78,216 Williams, Margaret-216 Williams, Reggie-193 Williams, Rita-84,88,216 Williams, Sandra-216 WVilliams, Sarah-193 Williams, Willard- Willingham, Joe-216 Willis, Morya-66,193 Willis, William-216 Wilmot, Alden-66,68,106,107,216 Wilson, Dan-87,193 Wilson, Darlene-216 XVilson, David-108,216 Wilson, Grace- Wilson. Janice-216 Wilson. Jimmie-134,216 Wilson, Larry-193 Wilson, Sam- Wilson, William-135,157,193 Wiltbank, Kelley-134,193 Wing, Steve- Wise, Emily-193 Witney, Nora-193 Wood, Anita-193 Wood. Earl-193 Witt, James-61,216 Wixon, Kathy-48,64,94,193 Wolfson, Morton-216 Womhle. Aubrey-216 Womelclure, Albin-216 Wood, Alonzon- Wood, Jane-216 Wooten, Rita-193 Wright, jenny-65,216 Wright, Mark-50,61,193 Wright, Ronald-193 VVright, Ruth-63 Wright, Steve-263 Wyatt, Don-54,59,108,217 Wyrosdick, Karen-217 general index 11 96-97 111 98-99 1111111 28 11111 66-67 111 166-168 1111 136-149 111 100-101 111 102-103 1111111 30 111 152-155 111111 60-64 1111 104-105 1111 106-107 1111 32-33 11111 29 11 54-55 111 84-85 11 82-83 1111 34-35 1 18-27 111 120-135 1111 87 111 86 111 31 11111 88 1111111 73 1111 108-109 1111111, 72 111 162-163 1111 220-221 1111 38-39 11 36-37 11 44-45 118 Intramurals 11111111111111 1 1 1 Juniors 1111111111111111111 150-151 194-217 Iunior Academy of Science 111 11..1 -1 78 Key Club 1111111111111111 1111 1 10-111 Keyettes 1111111 1111 1 12-113 Language 11111 1111 4 6-47 Les Buffons 11111111 1111 4 8-49 Los Sombreritos 11111111 111111 5 0 Los Sombreros Altos 11 Mayorettes 11111111111 - - 1111 52-53 111 65 Mathematics 1 1111111 1111 5 6-57 Mu Alpha Theta 11111111 1111 5 8-59 National Honor Society 111 1111 92-93 Orchestra 1111111111111 1111 6 8-69 Para-Medical 111111111 Pep Club 1111111 Physical Education 1111 111 Quill and Scroll 11111 Science 11111 11111 11111 79 1111- 111 1111 94-95 1111 1111 70-71 11111 41 1111111111 76-77 Scribbers 111111 11111111111 1111 40 Seniors ..1.11111 111 218-219, 222-264 Sigma Anchor 111111111111111 1111111111 1 14-115 Social Studies 1111111111111111 111 1111 74-75 Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica 111 111111 11 51 Sophomores 111111111111111111 1111 170-193 Speech 1111 , 11.1111.11111 111 42-43 Student Council 111 111111 90-91 Swimming 1111 111 164-165 Tennis 11-11 1111 160-161 Thespians 1111 1 11111 1111 4 4-45 Track 11111111111 , 11111 111 157-159 Vocational Education 11 1111 VVheel 1111111...11.1. ---e 1 80-81 116-117 303 Baird Hardware Company Belk-Lindsey .,.,..,,rwr,,,, ,,-, Blanch's Specialty Shop --, na- Campus and Career ,-w..,. ...Y Canton Restaurant .,......,. ,C.. Captain Louis Galley ..v....C. w,,. advertising index J. M. Fields u.u-,....i,,, -.----- Jones-Johnson Funeral Home .... Kentucky Fried Chicken ...... Lipham Music Company ........ McCoy Building Supply Center --- McDaniel Furniture Company .... -an 2--- 276 270 276 281 280 279 Citizens Bank of Gainesville ee,, s,,, 2 76 Marable Swqws H..a.a....... -- Cox Furniture Company ..,,- H... 2 84 Mafl' Turner S --------------- Doiiigaifs --i-Y--h--R--- Awn- ---F 2 7 4 Merle Norman Cosmetics ..u. Fagan's Bootery ,,.,---,----,YYn --Y. 2 68 Parkers ---- -----4---------- First Federal Savings 61 Loan ,,.. ...... 2 83 PSPPCT nnnng Company --- First National Bank ......,,,,.., ........ 2 74 PefS0nal1'fy Sho? ------------- Florida National Bank ..aa..,..... a..- 2 80-281 Plame Halr Styhst T ------------- Frank N. Anderson, Photographer ,,,.w,.. ,.,... 2 85 Royal Crown Bqfthng Company --- Fi-i5ch'5 Big Boy ---p----MY-p------fYYp--- fwp- 2 66 Roy Green Studio .............. Gainesville Coca-Cola Bottling Company ..-v.... 271 ReC01'd Bal' ------------------- Gainesville Gag ----,,-----i-------------------- 271 Robertson Jewelers ..,,..a...a...,,......,a. Gainesville Utilities Department ........... .... 2 65 Rutherfords Ilewelers -------a--------------- Gator Mai-ine --v-YW--------YYp--Ypi------------ 278 Southern Bel Telephone Bc Telegraph Company Gibbs Furniture Store ..Ca.,.................... 271 TOWH Tire COIUPHDY ------------------------ Gresham Drug Store ......ia,aaaaaai.......n... 284 Trailways 7 ---------..-----.-----.---.-.-. Guaranty Federal Savings Sz Loan Association ...... 277 UHIVCTSIW CIW Bank --- Gulf Hardware ...,......,-,-,i------...--..-., 282 Vidal Drug Company ...... Home Beautiful aa-.,,.,..2..a,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,, 281 WGGG Radio ..--..4....... Ierryis Restaurant a-- 04 Au- 282 Wilson's Department Store na- acknowledgments OUR THANKS TO . . . Photographers, Eddie Davis and Tommy Lewis of the Gainesville Winston Townsend, Nellie Gammon, and Allen DeLaney, who supplemented the work of our staff photographers . . . And, to Frank N. Anderson who climbed ladders and crawled under fences to get the pictures we wanted. . . Understanding parents, faculty members and administrators who let us stay up late, miss class, and leave campus . . . Mr. Morris Kenig and Keys Printing Corp. who accepted late copy and still printed the book on time . . Homeroom representatives who sold and students who bought . . . To all who made this a great year and a great Hurricane. Sun, iw kGmNNm'ERawQ ww QMXKXX Q' QVWNXQSX ive MQQK is O KLYXQBSXL Sy l 53353-2 MSW Xmiiiwgim, X A cs RWQ A-UKNSS wuAXw,Q fllwlfgwifllwifmbg my MQ- mm Q-mSks'5x NW xfimxyxwwwbwv -42. M5 QQfW9QXoXwaQQQX QQXOJZEMGQZWQWW Ofoju- iw! QQ WMM Wm Mffw eiqyqapdmwd gk? CHEM ' WWW HUM 3WilgfZm, 5Q0fpJmO,JX MMJWJ? 4 GLJOJ C771 A v2W1fgVj,iEfEif?,'QV - CY YK! 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