Gainesville High School - Hurricane Yearbook (Gainesville, FL)
- Class of 1967
Page 1 of 328
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Text from Pages 1 - 328 of the 1967 volume:
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This our Alma Mater glorious:
Tis a school so fine.
And the teams we boast victorious,
Which will always shine.
Friendship true and spirit too,
Which will never die.
Cherished are the memories precious
Of thee Gainesville High.
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People. . . 1966-67 at GHS was a
year of people-2,000 students and
95 faculty members. Many new
changes were necessitated by all
these people. A steadily increasing
enrollment brought changes in pre-
vious years, but never had they been
as wide-spread and dramatic as this
GHS plant had enlargements of the
gym and cafeteria and the addition
of the Teaching Auditorium to house
But school opened in September
1966, with serious over-crowding.
Classrooms, cafeteria, and parking
areas were filled to over-flowing.
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lVlost drastic of the changes made
to accommodate the 2,000 students
was the three-shift schedule. The
early shift began at 7:30, another
at 8:30 and a third shift at 9:30.
Classes were dismissed at 2:30,
3:30 and 4:30.
Students and teachers were con-
fronted vvith a maze of forms as
numbers forced mechanization. At-
tendance cards, schedule cards, ab-
sentee slips, l.D. cards and IBM re-
port cards became a way of life.
Pep rallies were moved out-of-
doors to the football field. Clubs,
traditionally scheduled for after-
noon meetings, met at night be-
cause of the staggered dismissal
Teachers, working on the late shift
with a class until 4:30 and remaining
for after-class chores, found them-
selves walking into winter evening
Assemblies were for individual
classes. Sophomores alone filled the
auditorium which once seated the
entire student body.
Seniors were given parking prior-
ities and took over the junior space.
Junior cars were parked on 19th
Lane and 16th Terrace. Sophomores
were not encouraged to drive to
school and often walked blocks be-
tween lanes of parked senior and
junior cars to reach the campus.
GHS's growth has been in direct
proportion to Gainesville's expan-
sion. The city's population soared
from 30,000 in 1960 to 60,000 in 1966.
Evidence of growth is everywhere
- a 500 bed V.A. hospital, a new law
center for the University, and a
shopping mall nearing completion
just north of GHS.
Trying to build for the future, the
Alachua County School Board pro-
posed a school bond election.
But, the issue was defeated and
GHS faces even more crowding.
ln the midst of many changes,
GHS clung to established customs
and cherished traditions.
Canes were still dynamite, ser-
vice clubs mowed their grassplots,
students were beseiged to buy can-
dy, stickers, ribbons, annuals, Bar-
B-Que tickets, choruses produced a
fabulous musical, money was do-
nated for scholarships, and, finally,
in June the long white line marched
to "Pomp and Circumstance."
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Homecoming '66 at GHS was a
week of the old and new. The new
slogan, "Buccaneers get fixed as
Hurricanes rage in '66," became the
center of activities. Lull Week was
highlighted by "Hat Day" with prizes
given for the most original.
the crowning of the new Home-
coming Queen and Court, took place.
1966 senior football sponsors were
Kirby Green, Claudia Musgrave, Terry
Young, and Bob Brackin.
Anticipation grew as the Caneswere
to face the Mainland Buccaneers
The Homecoming Court, with love-
ly Dana Wigglesworth as queen,
reigned over Stormwarning and the
game. Cathy Alvarez, Ann Becker,
Carolyn Emo, and Cissy Roundtree
made up the Court.
Acting talent became evident as
students participated in skits and
individual acts at Stormwarning.
Thespians won lst place for their
"Purgatory Relived," and The Cadets
won lst place in the individual talent
The only pep parade of the year
took place Friday afternoon with
over 50 units participating.
Everyone helped to make 1966
Homecoming at GHS a success. But,
ironically, Friday night, in the most
breath-taking game of the year, the
Canes were defeated by the Nlain-
land Buccaneers, 21-20.
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After a year of curtailment, dances
were back in full swing at GHS in
1966-67. Student Council sponsored
the dances after football and basket-
ball games with everything from re-
corded music to the best bands in
The Senior Dance, featuring the
famous Tropics, had a tremendous
attendance. Cheerleaders twirled and
majorettes cheered at the annual
Twirp Dance. Sophomores thrilled
to The Frolics, their first formal high
Juniors, tired and dirty but happy,
hurried home from transforming the
gym, to dress for a night in Emerald
City amid the Nlunchkins. Seniors
enjoyed the role of honored guests
Adding another to the list of GHS
musical spectaculars, the Choruses
presented Rodgers and Hammer-
stein's delightful "Flower Drum
Song," November 7-12.
Six performances were given by
the 125 member cast, ably directed
by Mrs. Catherine Murphree, Mrs.
Mary Elliot, and Mrs. Dorothy
Beautiful scenery, designed by
Mrs. Helen Philpott and her art stu-
dents, and authentic costumes, su-
pervised by Mrs. Anna Eliott, added
to the over-all success.
Double casting of three parts per-
mitted ten seniors to have stellar
roles. Cathy Alvavez was captivating
as Mei Li, Chad Reed was a show-
stopping Wang Chi-Yang, Jacqui
Karns was excellent as Linda Low,
Tommy Lane and Larry Lipham were
effective as Wang Ta and Steve
Shepherd and Larry Mott were re-
freshing as Sammy Wong.
Evin Jones, Pat Bouleware, Karen
Stack, Gary Nelson, Lynn Jones and
Eddie Reid played minor roles very
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GHS excelled in Fine Arts this
year. Many small groups performed
before the student body and various
community organizations. The lVlad-
rigals, after designing their own col-
orful costumes, upheld a reputation
of beautiful singing.
Before the Christmas holidays,
GHS students viewed "Christmas lVla-
donna." Ably directed by lVlrs. Mary
Elliott, the one-act play added a
touching moment to the Christmas
atmosphere. An array of clowns, ex-
cellently made up by students, bright-
ened the stage.
The highlight of the spring was
"Arsenic and Old Lace." The old fav-
orite was characterized by mystery,
suspense and comedy. Throughout
long rehearsal hours, Nlrs. Elliott in-
terpreted each character for stu-
dent actors and the finished presen-
tations were big hits.
Choral groups and dramatists de-
lighted audiences with some never-
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Normal school life resumed in the
dawning of spring with school elec-
tions. The campus was transformed
into a world of cardboard and col-
ors. Candidates experienced the
usual anticipation, suffered "butter-
flies" before speaking, and kept eager
eyes on the voting results. Whether
they won or lost, it was an exper-
ience to remember.
Feelings changed and thoughts
turned to frivolity. The outdoors
beckoned, and students took advan-
tage ofthe lovely GHS campus.
Graduation, so long awaited,
seemed to come much too soon sud-
denly. Seniors began to "cherish the
memories of GHS" and the most ex-
citing years of their lives. But what
were the three years compared to a
lifetime? They were mere stepping-
stones - but vastly important ones.
And, one June evening, the larg-
est senior class in GHS history met
untried horizons at the Florida Gym
Teachers and students were faced
with adjusting to the three-shift
schedule. Some families, meeting all
three beginningtimes, had one mem-
ber leaving as another breakfasted
as the third climbed out of bed.
It was in many ways a typical
year - in many ways an unusual
one. New additions to audio-visual
equipment aided teachers in class-
room procedures and broadened the
range of material. Additional courses
in advanced physics, drafting, read-
ing, contemporary issues, and mass
communications were offered. The
library added materials for research
and leisure enjoyments.
Increased faculty and facilities
helped students in reasoning, reck-
oning and researching. Each depart-
ment fit into a whole - a unit to
further knowledge through corporate
learning and individual expression.
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Mr. Hudson Brought Determined Leadership
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Joseph T. Hudson, principal
to Ga1ncsv111c High School This Year
Faced with the many problems
of overcrowding, three shifts for
teachers and students, student body
of over 2000 and a staff of nearly
100, GHS principal, Joe Hudson,
met all his supervising and admin-
istrative responsibilities calmly and
competently. With other school ad-
ministrators, lVIr. Hudson worked for
the school bond issue, explaining
the needs of the county school and
GHS in particular. After the elec-
tion's defeat, lVlr. Hudson looked
for new ways to relieve crowded
lVlr. Hudson, active in community
affairs, served on the Board of Di-
rectors of the Lion's Club. lVlr. Hud-
son helped inthe sale of light bulbs
for the cIub's Sight Conservation
Drive. He also served on KP duty
at the Lion's Bar-B-Que for the
An avid Lion, lVlr. Hudson promoted his club
by selling light bulbs to his wife and daughter
ABOVE RIGHT: Amidst GHS students, lVlr.
Hudson cheered the Canes on.
LEFT: lVlr. Hudson viewed the future
on a Cape Kennedy launch pad.
Serving his third year as GHS's
assistant principal, John Neller, this
year co-ordinated the curriculum
expanded to 82 courses. He super-
vised student registration and
scheduling, directed the issuance
and use of the more than 10,000
textbooks used by GHS students.
In addition, Mr. Neller was re-
sponsible for pupil assignment, the
Student Handbook and the newly-
printed Teacher Handbook. Further
duties included supervision of the
custodial staff, substitute teachers,
lunch schedules and many daily
routines for students and teachers.
"But l already have 43 in that class!"
exclaims Mrs. Nancy Calhoun.
LEFT: More students mean
more books, Mr. Neller discovers
Daily Check Rcsultcd in 96km Attendance
A record 962, daily attendance was
maintained due to the efficient ad-
ministration of the new 16-day at-
tendance policy by Deans Cela
Hendrickson and Roy Tower. Daily
phone calls from the deans' office
to absent students' homes kept tru-
ancy at a minimum and a close
check on ill students.
Serving as Dean of Girls, Nlrs.
Cella Hendrickson organized the new
two division Student Council and
acted as faculty advisor. She co-
ordinated the 1966 Homecoming
events. Registration and withdraw-
als of girls was done under her di-
rection. Daily bulletins, activity cal-
endars and intercom announce-
ments were issued from her office.
lVlr. Tower, in the newly created
position of Dean of Boys, directed
club activities. He instituted the
class-decal system of car registra-
tion and parking. Discipline of boys,
equipment inventory, and mainte-
nance of buildings and grounds
came under his jurisdiction.
"Hello, Tower here. . . Hello,
Mrs. Hendrickson calling" -
deans kept office phones busy as
they checked absentees.
TOP: With special class decal,
Dean Tower helps solve
parking problems caused by
LEFT: Little lady and little sign -
but a BIG job.
New Department Personnel Was Added to Meet
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Carolyn Stripling gets
a double dose of counseling.
TOP: Nlr. George Thomas
reviews a cumulative folder.
RIGHT: "There-'s a college you might
like", lVlrs. Selle tells John lVlcPherson.
Associations Accreditation Recommendations
Keeping career files up-to-
date is a part of Mr. Hill's job.
RIGHT: Mr. Feaster checks junior high
grades before advising schedule changes.
To meet the Southern Associa-
tion's recommendation of one coun-
selor per every 500 students, the
Guidance Department, now housed
in a suite of rooms in the south
wing of the administration building,
added two new members to its staff
Mr. Fred Hill, transferring from
history teacher to 12th grade coun-
selor, supervised grade and report
cards and advised seniors on prop-
er credit demands for graduation.
Mrs. Kay Selle, 12th grade coun-
selor, guided students' vocational
and college choices.
Responsible for the guidance of
juniors, Mr. George Thomas an-
swered questions, solved problems,
and conducted testing for 11th gra-
ders. Mr. Jake Feaster, new to the
GHS staff, assisted sophomores with
subject scheduling to best fit indi-
Non-instructional Staff Performed Duties
Students and teachers soon learn
to "ask Mrs. Crosby" for the solution.
RIGHT: "2 plus 2 equals?" By the end
of the day IVIrs. Delony begins to wonder.
For Efficient School
A re-organized front office made
for less confusion this year, accord-
ing to Mrs. Anne Crosby.
Mrs. Mildred Oliver joined the
GHS secretarial staff. She worked
primarily with daily attendance re-
cords, students checking in and out,
and the clinic.
Guidance secretary, Mrs. Sarah
Robinson, managed the correspon-
dence and appointments for guid-
Accurately handling increased fl-
nancial matters was the main con-
cern of Business Manager, Mrs.
Jean Delony. Internal accounts have
grown to 115.
Mrs. Bronna Godwin, lunch room
supervisor, with 19 cafeteria work-
ers, prepared and served lunches
for approximately 1400 each day.
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especially for you athletes,"
says Mrs. Godwin.
TOP: Mrs. Oliver helps a student
organize her multi-colored admit slips.
RIGHT: Mrs. Robinson types one of the
many transcript copies sent out daily.
Arts and Cray
Department Offerings Raised to Ten Classes
Mrs. McKenzie Mrs' Phi'p"tt
This year the Arts and Crafts De-
partment was expanded as lVlrs. Ina
Jo lVlcKenzie joined the staff to teach
beginning art classes.
First year students concentrated
on basic elements, studying line,
color, texture, value, and form. They
experimented in various media with
landscape, the human figure, still
life, and design.
lVlrs. Helen Philpott taught ad-
vanced art classes and crafts. They
used new media and methods of
three dimensional construction.
As an outlet for laboratory efforts
they made scenery for "Flower Drum
Song," participated in the Thanks-
giving Window Painting Contest, and
designed program covers for the
Contemporary Southern Art exhibit.
Students of the crafts classes ex-
plored jewelry making, pottery, con-
struction and leathercrafts, empha-
sizing individual creativity.
TOP: Julia Barnett, Beverly Buckley, and
Stan Mack sketch landscapes
RIGHT: Exquisite jewelry results after hours
of pounding and polishing.
BOTTOM: Advanced art students prepare
scenery for "Flower Drum Song."
The art box - symbol of
an ambitious artist.
Students Received Training for Vocational and Personal Uses
Mrs. Anderson Mrs. Henderson
Mrs. McCIung Mrs. Newton
TDP: lan Everett matches wits with a Univac
key punch machine.
RIGHT: Shorthand's the name of the gamefor
Connie Lyons and Wynette Smith.
Seven hundred fifty students re-
ceived business training for voca-
tional or personal uses in the ten
business education courses.
Typing at three levels was offered.
Thirty new typewriters were added
to the department's equipment this
year. Prospective secretaries and
college-bound students found short-
hand a valuable aid for preserving
class lectures verbatim.
Uses of the key punch, calcula-
tors, transcribing machines, adding
machines and duplicators were
learned in Office Nlachines. Book-
keeping, Business English and Voca-
tional Office Experiences attracted
Allonge, tax liens, quasi contracts
and estoppel became familiar terms
to the 40 boys and one girl enrolled
in Business Law.
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Cooperative Business Education
Fla. Cuisine Featured at Employer Banquet
FRONT ROW: Edith Danford, Sec.g Michael
Kay Conerly, Treas. SECOND ROW: Linda
Lefter, Ann Boyd, Bonnie Eddy, Pat Nes-
ler, Mrs. Alice Esposito. THIRD ROW:
Brenda Ellis, Linda Melton, Jean French,
Irene Andrews, Bobbie Pardue, Lynda Kastor.
FOURTH ROW: Linda Daughterty, Melinda
Loggins, Barbara Tisdale, Benita Bozman,
"Smile, you're on WUFTV" . . . CBE girls
adapt original TV show.
Jean French and chef confer about
menu for the Florida Fiesta.
Employers were honored with a
Florida Fiesta featuring a cuisine of
tropical foods and delicacies at the
University Inn. The dinner climaxed
the year's work in community offices
for these CBE girls.
Public Relations was the area of
concentration for this class-club
group. Students were told about CBE
through a picture-story information
sheet distributed by guidance coun-
selors. Visual displays were erected,
newspaper stories andaspecial paper
supplement aided the project.
An original TV story and show was
adapted to other publicity media. A
slide presentation accompanied
speeches given at civic meetings.
Two first places -in Extemporan-
eous Speaking and .lob Interview -
and a third in spelling were won in
District competition. This club has
placed first in state competition in
Activities and Service for the past two
years and entered their Public Rela-
tions Project this year.
Cooperative Business Education
Bikini-ed Basketball Girls Lost to Gamma in Scholarship Game
Clad in bikinis ibut 1890 stylel,
CBE girls matched basketball skills
with Gamma in a fun-filled game
March 9 with all proceeds going to
the Scholarship Drive.
ln other activities, the girls gave
service hours to the school typing
the student directory and report
cards.Theysold class ringsand made
a library window display. They also
aided in registration.
FRONT ROW: Carol May, Shirley Mixson,
Jill Steadham, Gloria Williamson. SECOND
ROW: Nita Price, Debbie Tilley, Pam Bass,
Mary Ann Thompson, Vicki Garret, Cindy
Hines. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Sarah Brown,
Gail Branson, Linda Howell, Lynn Martin,
Pam Coleman, Karen Wyrosdick, Jacky
Johnston. FOURTH ROW: Gloria Harrison,
Glenda Bass, Susan Myers, Arvida Wasdin,
Charlotte Hart, Joyce Pogue, Linda Reynolds,
Age? Name? Vital statistics are recorded
on licenses by Debbie Tilley.
RIGHT: Courtroom drama - faithfully re-
corded by Jill Steadham, student trainee.
Federal Ard Frnanced Expenmental Program to Improve Reading
"A first" in the English depart-
ment was the Federal-Aid financed
reading program. Mrs. Joann Bishop,
reading specialist, worked this year
with students on an experimental
basis to improve reading skills.
Copies of Contemporary Ameri-
can Drama, How to Build a Better
Vocabulary, My Life for My Sheep,
Major British Poets, and other sup-
plementary books were added to the
department's already large supply.
More than 5,500 paperbacks en-
riched students' reading.
Full length movies such as
"The King and I," "Macbeth," and
"Julius Caesar," records, guest lec-
rurers, and TA lessons spiced the
Mrs. Anderson Mrs. Bennett Mr. Boyles Mrs. Calhoun
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TOP: "Shakespeare's Globe Theater"..
"Wendy Smith show replica to Beverly
TOP RIGHT: Reading problems received
individual attention from Mrs. Bishop.
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are never in a easy place.
LEFT: Modern Bard, Rosemary Threatte
enllvens1Oth grade ballad unit.
Reading and Music Enlivcncd English Classes
Miss Powers Mr. Scott Mrs. Sharp Mrs. Sharron
Mrs. Thorpe Mrs. Weinberg Mrs. Westmoreland Mrs. Whiddon
Dramatics Class Was Immediate Success
Dramatics was this year's big addi-
tion to the speech department. While
dramatics students rated it as "best
course on campus," they played with
ennunciation exercises, skits, and
one-act plays, but got down to busi-
ness as they presented the GHS
Christmas play in December and
"Arsenic and Old Lace," in April.
To meet the increased demand for
speech, five classes were scheduled.
Varied topics - such as retired
servicemen, air pollution, teenage
marriages, drowning, and unidenti-
fied flying objects - were used for
prepared and impromptu speeches.
A 10 to 15 minute formal speech
was given as the final examination.
Correct techniques for speeches to
convince, inform, and entertain were
studied through actual practice on
the B-1 platform.
"Charge" yells Teddy Rossevelt,
alias drama student Chad Reed.
LEFT: Hands grip the podium - a familiar
position for speech students.
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SPORTS: John Nlurphree, Beth Ayers
and Scooter Gallagher.
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CURRICULUIVl:Susan lviyking, Beverlie
Hartwell, and Mary Grace Hardee.
Annual Staff Worked
Past Hurricanes have earned na-
tional award status and this year the
A-12 staff worked hard to maintain
Pressures of an enlarged stu-
dent body were felt by staff mem-
bers as individual pictures mount-
ed to over 2,000 and group shots
totaled more than 70. To accurat-
ely report this year at GHS the staff
wrote over 1,200 inches of copy and
took more than 900 pictures.
This year of "many people,"
staggered shifts, crowded class-
rooms, and the changes necessita-
ted was recorded in the memor-
able larger-than-ever 1967 Hurri-
PHOTOGRAPHERS: Carrie Sue Pierson, Philip Delaney, Helmut Hegean,
Clark Thomas, Phil Hawley, and Richard Furman.
BUSINESS: Kay Bourgeois and
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to Maintain National Award-Winning Status
ADVERTISEMENTS: Debbie Taylor, Abby CLASSES: Cherry Caldwell, Jackie
Ash. B- J- CYOSS. Beth Graves- Taylor, Judy Corsey, Linda Moore.
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ADVISER:Mrs. Peg Westmoreland. ORGANIZATIONS: Nancy McLeod,Kathy
EDITOR: Terry Young. Roberts, Susan Degenhardt, Janie Tiller.
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REPORTERS:Brent Litz, Teddy George, and
photographer, Dale Pennell.
New Ad Design and More Features Added
ABOVE: CO-EDITORS: Ellen Osterbind and
BELOW: ADVERTISING STAFF: Laurette
Burnard, Tom Beard lbusiness managerl,
and Lyla Brogdon.
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Pictorial ads, new columns, and
additional feature coverage charac-
terized this year's Hurricane Herald.
A proposed 8-page format had to be
abandoned due to increased print-
ing costs. Fourteen regular 6-page
editions were published.
Homecoming, Christmas, April
Fools, and Graduation papers fea-
tured more pages and special for-
alistic practices by active participa-
tion in dummying pages, covering
stories, counting headlines, posing
and cropping pictures, selling and de-
signing advertisements, and pasting
up "camera-ready" pages.
Tuesday night paste-ups Cinvari-
abll just before six weeks' testsl
were work and fun with pasting
drudgery eased by covered dish sup-
pers and birthday parties.
BELOW: SPORTS EDITORS: Pete Stringer
and Randy McDavid.
ABOVE: PAGE EDITORS: Debi Green, James
Teller, Lisa Johnwick, Rob Barnes, and
adviser, Mrs. Peg Westmoreland.
REPORTERS: Mandy Myers, Susan Brown,
Diane Primo, Bill Lineaweaver, and Mike
Rowland. Not Pictured: Bonni Jones.
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Interested in broadening their cul-
tural horizons, more than 700 stu-
dents participated in the three for-
eign language programs offered.
Following the "Roman Way" Latin
students translated the tales of Cae-
sar and his Gallic conquests.
Workbook practice andtape record-
ings on grammar dominated many
hours of French classes. Reading
"Around the World in 80 Days" in
French tested comprehension.
Nlelodious strains of "Amor, Amor"
came from beginning Spanish ses-
sions. Skits and souvenirs from Spain
and Mexico helped students to un-
derstand the language and the cus-
toms of these countries.
LEFT: "At last," says John Taylor as he en-
joys reading "reaI" Spanish.
Bob Weatherington discovers there's more
to Latin than just hic, haec, hoc.
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Projectors Proved to be New "Luxury" for Math Teachers
Overhead projectors were provided
for the math teachers as a new "lux-
ury" to cut the number of hours
they spend at the blackboard. The
number of faculty members in this
department was expanded to eleven.
Mrs. Mildred Wanninger, a former
GHS math teacher, was this year
employed by the county office as a
full time supervisor for Alachua
County math teachers.
The new math was emphasized in
Algebra Ill and trigonometry classes
as new vocabulary and working
methods were introduced.
Mr. Lucas Mrs. Palmer Mr. Rhea
Two hands and a compass-all
that's needed for geometric art.
TOP LEFT: Step by step, Mrs. Cosby
gets the point across.
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Gala "Flower Drum Song" was Presented
FIRST ROW: Clarence Rutledge, Judy Hooker, Tommy Lane,
Bert Ayers, Donna Middleton, Terry Cassel, Cathy Alvarez.
SECOND ROW: Silvia Fussel, Val Gull, Debbie Griner, Lynn
Jones, Eddie Reid, Billy Underwood, Jim Conner, Susan
McKinney, Linda Greathouse, Julie Larson. THIRD ROW: Cheryl
Mansir, Karen Stack, Donna Polsen, Barbara Alvarez, Larry
Davis, Gary Nelson, Larry Lipham, Jacqui Karns, Evin Jones, Pat
Boulware, Linda Perry. FOURTH ROW: Laurie Cassel, Gretchen
Tenliyke, Don Madison, Ken Patora, Chad Reed, Richard Green,
Tony Kennan, Kathy Renshaw, Sonja Bogan. FIFI'H ROW: Linda
McPhaiI, Charles Johnwick, Bill Madden, Bill Sanford, Larry
Mott, Rodney Rodgers, A. J. Boles, Mark Wright, Carol Newsome,
lhe We Three: Terry Cassel,
Karen Stack, Bert Ayers.
for Six Audiences
er Drum Stong" highlighted the
choruses' 1966-67 activities. The
long, hard hours of rehearsal began
in June of last year and continued
until the final curtain of the last
performance in November. Profits
from the play enabled members to
travel on Greyhound buses to State
Contest in Daytona Beach.
GHS Choruses participated in the
chorus members attended the Flor-
ida Music Clinic which was held in
Tampa. This clinic consisted of a
chorus with representatives from
every High school in the state, blend-
ing their 600 voices into song.
parts in the "speciality" groups.
These ensembles, including Choral-
ettes, Hurricane Singers, Madigal
Singers, and Melodettes, provided
entertainment for local civic organi-
zation and school assemblies.
Choralettes: FIRST ROW: Linda Great-
house, Mindy Beville. SECOND ROW:
Christine Kurtz, Pam Grove, Donna Polsen.
THIRD ROW: Letha Lovett, Silvia Fussel,
Lisa Johnwick. FOURTH ROW: Marilyn
Rain, Ann Townsend. FIFTH ROW: Linda
McPhail, Twana Mayfield, Jane Tilman.
Professor Cheng! Let's get that
pin on right this time!
Great Versatility of Talent was Displayed
Hurricane Singers: FIRST ROW: Gary Nel-
son, Barbara Alvarez, Debbie Griner, Bert ,
Ayers. SECOND ROW: Larry Lipham, Tommy
Lane, Chad Reed. THIRD ROW: Terw Cas-
sel, Bill Sanford, Larry Mott.
Girls' Chorus: FIRST ROW: Lynn Barber, Debbie Anderson, Pat
Smith, Jamie Caldwell, Leatha Lovett, Christine Kurtz, Jerrie
Ensley. SECOND ROW: Pam Grove, Billi Kidwell, Faye Hornsby,
Polly Talbot, Roberta Cason, Susan Grunewald, Emma Bryant,
Linda Mauldin, Carolyn Tenney, Ethelda Hayes, Lula Mae Walker.
THIRD ROW: Elliot Haisley, Mindy Beville, Judy Wyman, Joyce
English, Darlene Philman, Orlynn Taylor, Jan Mahir, Pat Ensley,
Linda Woodard, Sue Gann, Linda Johnson.FOURTH ROW: Lena
Palmour, Mary Fagan, Nannette Wollpert, Marilyn Rain, Kathlene
Hunter, Shirley Madison, Raqui Wiltbank, Ann Townsend, Lisa
Johnwick, Inez Butler, Anita Gocek. FIFTH ROW: Ann Blake,
Debbie Walden, Twana Mayfield, Audrey Harrell, Barbara Whit-
ford, Jean Mull, Jane Tillman, Maxie Hollingsworth, Henrietta
Wilson, Chenrl Dodd, Helen Hayes, Shirley Macdonald.
by Specialty Groups
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Boys' Chorus: BOTTOM ROW: Stan Mack,
Lamar Hammock. SECOND ROW: Eddie
McCall, Larry Wilson, Don Eliades, Tommy
Tisdale, Russel Houk. THIRD ROW: Mike
Carter, Allen Baxley, Wayne Hough, Steve
Johnson, Condy Jones, Ronnie Burgin.
FOURTH ROW: Sonny Bartley, Bert Crosby,
Lonnie Vaughn, Harvey Tindall, Richard
Riggs, Herbert Close, James Hannah.
Melodettes: TOP LEFT: BOTTOM ROW:
Debbie Ghiner. SECOND ROW: Lynn Jones,
Cathy Alvarez. THIRD ROW: Barbara AI-
varez, Pat Boulware, Karen Stack. FOURTH
ROW: Judy Hooker, Jacqui Karns. FIFTH
ROW: Evin Jones, Laurie Cassel.
ABOVE: Mei Li, Barbara Alvarez, astonishes
Wang Ta, Tommy Lane, by her outbursts.
Two Performing Bands Represented GHS
For the first time this year, two
performing bands represented GHS.
One was the 85-piece uniformed
Symphonic Band and the other was
the 40 piece Concert Band
The symphonic group was the
marching band performing in spec-
tacular halftime precision drills atall
home football games and in Jackson-
ville and Ocala. They also marched
in the Ocala and Gainesville Christ-
mas parades and at the University of
Florida's Homecoming Parade.
They received a Superior Rating in
district competition in March.
The Concert Band was a reading
band with concentration on music
The combined bands presented a
Winter Concert January 26 for the
public. On April 27, a Spring Concert
was presented to student assemblies
and in a night performance.
SYMPHONIC AND, FRONT ROW: Steve
Kress, Marlene Robinson, Ralph Kuhns, Kay
Vickers, Billy Winn, Karen Casey, Donna
Thomas, Leslie Wiggins, Locky Jo Sherman,
Louise Von Poppering, Jan Barger, Jane
Bradley, Scarlett Sublett, Kim Vickers, Karen
Poole. SECOND ROW: Stephanie Osgood,
Charles Schafer, Carol Thomas, Cheryl
O'Hara, Milton Bradley, Scott Gross, Debbie
Hicks, Nancy Thayer, Karen Todd, Randy
Coleman, Sylvia Stroud, Terry Smith, Jan
Scott, Kitty Stanley, Bill Bennett, John
Foshee, Lynda Franks, Debbie Prows, Mark
Putman, David Mead, Allen Hill, Debbie
Crown. THIRD ROW: Oler Crosby, David
Flowers, Manlin Rogers, Ray Johnson, Chris
Yontz, Charlie Hart, Steve Thompson, Tom
Wood. Chuck Carmen, Robbie Hyatt, Susan
Howard,Gordon Harrison,WandaAl len, David
Samball, Bruce Bush, David Pettis, Bill Alex-
ander, Donna Catotti, Danny Williams, Allen
Rhoads, John Ainsworth, Kim Murrell, David
Boothby, Jim Wellborn, Rex Hall. FOURTH
ROW: Larry Bobroff, John Davis, Fred Aubrey,
Reggie Pendleton, Harry Joiner, Lewis Deen,
John Bowles, Charles Musgrave, Terry Smith.
NOT PICTURED: Maria Willis.
FAR LEFT: "You coax the blues right outta
the horn" . . . Chris Yontz.
LEFT: Oler Crosby commands, "All together
now - one, two,three, TWEET!"
CONCERT BAND, FIRST ROW: Randy Cook,
Louise Jernigan, Jeani Pullen, Curtis Wil-
Iiams, Kathy Matthews, Butch Pray, Cathy
Conner, Sarah Williams, Debby Walden,
Carol Pyles, Jeannine Murphey, Carol Blue,
David Mokler. SECOND ROW: Don Goolsby,
James Horne, Thomas Nlassengill, John
Atkinson, Steve Decker, William Stech-
miller, Buddy Poole, Leon Carter, Robert
Perryman, Wendy Smith, Kenneth Brown,
Louis Martin, James LaMee, William Smith,
Roy Radford, Dale PennelI.THlRD ROW:
Wayne Anderson, David Wilbanks, Dwight
Gillis, Larry Yates, Phillip Halperin. NOT
PICTURED: Jo Cummings.
Halfume Routines Brightened by Colorful Sequined Costumes
Distinctive new costumes added
glamour to the performances of the
majorette corps. The costumes were
of white and the band's shade of
blue, touched off with sparkling,
long, white, sequined gloves.
White pom-poms served as batons
during the halftime routine at the
Leon football game. Fire baton
drills were given at Storm Warning
Nlajorettes marched in the Univer-
sity Homecoming Parade, and com-
munity Christmas parades in Gains-
ville and Ocala. Little girl attire was
worn in the local parade and lighted
batons were featured in the Ocala
TOP: "All together now" - precision
comes from practice.
RIGHT: Co-head Jenny Wright leads
a half-time routine.
ABOVE: Co-head Carolyn Emo limbers up
with a lunge.
LEFT: High steps blend with high spirits
to make an outstanding performance.
FRONT: Jenny Wright, Carolyn Emo: Co- lan, Cindy Dodge, Susie Smith,Becky-Peek, Phyllis Goff, Marti Banks, Sandy Rafferty,
heads. CENTER: Betsy Oakley, Vicki McMil- Roberta Wakuya. BACK: Kay McKinney, Beverly Summerlin.
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Make-up of Group Determined by Demands
Talented violinists rehearse "Piper of Ham-
lin" before the Spring Concert.
FRONT ROW: Mike Holmes, Karen Casey, Robena Eng, Marc
Morgan, Joyce Moore, Karen Poole, Donna Thomas, Claire Catotti,
Carl Horne, Eileen Bird, Lynn Tyner. SECOND ROW: Janeen
Larsen, Wendy Wiles, Fraser Ledbetter, David Thorpe, Cheryl
O'Hara, Jeanie Pullen, Carol Catotti, Bill Bennett, Rolf Kuhns,
Linda Lee Franks, Debbie Prows, Mark Putnam, Allen Hill, Terry
Dowling, Maureen Mallard. THIRD ROW: Robbie Hyatt, Donna
Catotti, Charlie Hart, Chuck Carmen, Ray Johnson, Mike Castop,
Larry Bobroff, Hal Wilmot, Mrs. Dorothy Reaves, Willene Rice.
of Varied Programs
Personnel of the GHS orchestra
averaged 50 players with demands of
the performances determining the
exact make-up of the group.
Orchestral accompaniment for
"Flower Drum Song" was supplied
and in January, 12 members partici-
pated in the Fla. All-State Orchestra
in Tampa. The major part of the
Youth Orchestra-wind section,
strings and soloists - were GHS
The group rated Superior in com-
petition in the Fla. Federation of
Music Clubs. Members attended the
Bach Festival in Winter Park in
March. A highlight of the year's work
was State Orchestra Contest in April.
The traditional Spring Concert,
performed for seniors and a night
audience, was given in April with a
reception following to honor senior
Snoopy isn't the only one to celebrate
LEFT: Old pro, Hal Wilmot instructs be-
ginning bass student, Jon Rhoads.
Mrs. Dorothy Reaves
GHS Required "Bravvn As Well As Brains"
Control and use of skills are basics
taught in boys' Phy. Ed. sports.
RIGHT: Dana Hilliard and Jim Vickers ,sv .ea
create with grace and imagination. fa
Mr. Wesley Dicks Mr. Jack Jones
Nine hundred students fulfilled
their required year of high school
physical education. Boys' and girls'
programs emphasized the impor-
tance of teamwork and physical fit-
lnitiated this year, a co-educa-
tional unit in volleyball was highly
successful. Uneven parallel bars
were added for gymnastics and the
baseball diamond was improved
with a new backstop and the reclay-
ing of the infield.
lVlrs. Deanne Shippey and Mrs.
Elinor Reese, who rejoined the staff
after a year's absence, instructed
girls in a varied curriculum. Units
in gymnastics, modern and folk
dancing, skating, bowling, volleyball,
badminton, softball, and soccer
Field sports, bowling, wrestling
and weight lifting were a part of
the boys' program under Coach Dicks
and Coach Jones.
Norman Hoover finds that
those first few chinups are the easiest'
BELOW: One, two-touch your shoe . . .
three, four-how many more?
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Mrs. Carolan Mrs. Gallant
Dept. Chairman Miss McCabe
Newspapers were never so popular until
Contemporary Issues came to GHS.
RIGHT: Tommy Perkins, seeking a sum-
mary, "All this reading is just too much!"
"Contemporary lssues," a course
designed with emphasis on current
political affairs in the community,
state, nation, and world was added
as a year's course this year.
An experimental course, lVlass
Communications, was scheduled
second semester. The stress was on
the evaluation of various mass med-
ia as well as teaching propaganda
and advertising techniques with the
concept of "critical thinking" and
evaluation in mind.
Man's place in the world through
expression in the fine arts was ex-
amined in Humanities. World Cul-
ture, American History, Problems
in American Democracy, and Ameri-
can and World Affairs, Psychology
and Sociology rounded out the so-
cial studies curriculum.
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TOP: Brenda LaGrasse explains posters dis-
played in Humanities.
LEFT: Mr. Litz and Doug Robertson
are all involved in Mass Communications.
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ABOVE LEFT: "AtIas" Wiltbank holds
the weight of the celestrial sphere.
ABOVE RIGHT: Equilibrium springs
prove there IS harmony in physics.
Advanced Classes ACCC1Cf2tCd Cl1I'I'1Cl11llII1 Two advanced courses, Physics ll
and Adv. Placement Biology, accel-
erated the Science Department
which enrolled 1122 students in its
classes. Nine faculty members
taught in the section.
Physics ll, designed as a college
course, used the University of Fla.
lab facilities. In September, the class
toured Cape Kennedy and attended
lectures. Their tour was cut short by
the arrival of President Johnson.
Adv. Placement Biology made
field trips to the nematode and pri-
mate laboratories, the blood bank
and to the marine laboratory at
lVlarineland. A lecture series of nine-
teen men from the University Nledi-
cal School was held in addition to
lectures from the Biology and Bo-
tany departments ot the University
Students enrolled in both of these
courses took Adv. Placement exams
and many earned college credit.
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ABOVE LEFT: The Saturn 5-B . . .what goes
up . . . must end where?
LEFT: Unsure of who is boss, Sandy Williams
and Froggie battle it out.
Agricultural Drafting Augmented Variety of
Coach Hatch demonstrates the workings of
the Driver's Education assirnilator.
TOP: Carol Westfall can hardly wait
to eat Barbara Whitehead's cake.
BOTTOM: "Check the rear view mirror,"
is frequent Dr. Ed. instruction.
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Architectural Drafting, taught by
lVlr. Gene Roberts, was introduced
this year as a 3-hour course cover-
ing the areas of architectural, elec-
tronic and mechanical drawing.
Another 3-hour class was Orna-
mental Horticulture. The main pur-
pose was to provide students with
background to enable them to work
in such areas of horticulture as land-
scaping and tree surgery.
lVlodern Family Living presented a
luncheon and panel discussion for
administrative members of GHS and
local junior high schools. The pur-
pose was to better acquaint all with
the new trends of home economics.
Other courses included in the vo-
cational education department were
Child Development, Textiles and
Clothing Construction, Housing and
Home Furnishings, Food and Nutri-
tion, First Year Home Ec., Elec-
tronics, and Driver's Education.
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ABOVE: Greenhouse becomes classroom
for future horticulturists.
BOTTOM: Electronics students examine
wavelengths on an oscilloscope.
RIGHT: Drafting student, Jeff Nlullinax,
- a study in concentration.
BELOW: 'tWelI, where does this one
go?" questions Eddie Plettner.
FAR RIGHT: Charles Davis and Bill
Looney prepare for poultry judging.
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graciously serves at the Faculty Tea.
BELOW: Planting -first step of a new
project: growing blueberries.
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Classes Supplemented by Job Experience
Grocery stores, telephone switch-
boards, the post office, and other
business places in town were class-
rooms for DE students. After morn-
ing class work, generally and speci-
fically related to job experiences,
the 24 students spent afternoon
hours at jobs.
The group held a Valentine party
for cottages of children at Sunland.
ln February, a club luncheon was
held at Aunt Jemimia's. Letters to
service men were sent to overseas
posts as a club activity.
Delegates attended the state con-
vention in Jacksonville in March.
The traditional Employer-Employee
Banquet in the late spring honored
Mike Hawley, DE salesman - stockboy
trainee, is on the job at Western auto. T
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FRONT ROW: Ginger Smith, Pres., Steve Carol Harrell, Pat Colding, June Swilley, Walker. Sharon Cline- FOURTH ROW: Jeffy
Lee, Vice-Pres.g Marsha Crumpton, Trees., Sharen Shiver. THIRD ROW: Eddie Hunter, COWBFL Bill Tallefiti Waiter Hafbefii Jeff
Jennifer Little, Sec., Bobby Holder, Chap., Bruno Summer, Linda Nobles, Marsha Gods- CBFDGITGV, Billy Walker, Mike Hawley, Tom
George Osteen, Sgt-at-Arms. SECOND ROW: by, Glenda Hinson, Nancy Seay, Wanda Hill, AUSUFI Tyer.
DECA Sidewalk Helped to Beautify Campus
FRONT ROW: Jim Holmes, Ken Feaster,
Diane Palmer. SECOND ROW: Julie Dixon,
David Steger, Woody Davis, Betty Ezzell,
Kathleen Williams, Jean Walker, Liston
Chappell, Mr. Robert Justiss. THIRD ROW:
Mark Sherouse, Judy Todd, Larry Kerby, Joe
Pinho, John Simmons, Wayne Johnson.
DE complimented the school with
a DECA sidewalk leading from the
front of GHS to B wing. These
tvventy-one students not only worked
hard in their employment, but also
were entertained with a funfilled
hayride in the fall and breakfasts at
Aunt Jemima's. Their annual Em-
ployer-Employee Banquet took place
The class made itself known as it
had candidates for both the DECA
State Secretary and DECA State
Sweetheart. Another representative
of the state-wide Leadership Confer-
ence was a member of the Courtesy
Committee. The conference was held
at the Robert Meyer Hotel in Jack-
sonville on March 9-10-11.
"Deposit on all these bottles?"
screams Kathleen Williams.
LEFT: David Steger can mix up a rainbow
of colors in this paint department.
Jenny Richardson becomes familiar with
U of F. library through her DCTjob.
RIGHT: Carol Dow, dental assistant, ob-
serves Dr. Jones' skillfull hands.
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Representatives Competed in Clearwater and
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FRONT ROW: Mrs. Margaret Tomlinson,
Jeff Bender, Vice-Pres.: Harold Burch, Pres.:
Kay Hendrix, Sec.: SECOND ROW: Carolyn
Lucas, Marilyn Fender, Angela Sloan, Carol
Dow, Bunny Crowley, Jenny Richardson,
Luticia Stanley. THIRD ROW: Morty Wolf-
son, Don Sprow, Wayne Acree, Luther Bel-
yeu, Johnny Bass, Billy Hickson. FOURTH
ROW: David Gernannt, Gary Lindsey, Rick
Rose, Mike Nesler, Mickey Cason, David
T all ahasscc Contests
The State Leadership Conference
for Cooperative Education Clubs
was held in Clearwater. Four of IVIrs.
Margaret Tomlinson's students at-
tended, one of whom entered Par-
liamentary Procedure. In the October
..District contest in Tallahassee,a
GHS DCT student placed runner-up
in extemporaneous speaking.
Breakfasts at Aunt Jemima's be-
fore classes entertained them, in
addition to a dinner at the Holiday
Inn and a hamburger cook-out. On
April 3, students had their employ-
ers as guests at the traditional club
The students offered their ser-
vices to the school as they sold
graduation announcements to the
seniors, and helped with the dis-
tribution of caps and gowns.
LEFT:Jeff Bender heaves a roll of fencing
off the pile to fill a customer's order.
Library and Audio-Visual
More Shelving Required for 1,500 Additions
1 Room-dividers in the east and the
west side of the library provided
needed shelves for additional vol-
umes. Nlore than 1,500 new books
were catalogued and added to swell
the total to nearly 15,000 volumes.
Library secretary, lVlrs. Eloise
Halle, joined the staff to give libra-
rians more time to help students
and teachers. Also, to give more
service, library hours were extended
r to 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Policy changes regarding overdue
"1"w books, reserve books, and magazine
check-out were instituted to keep
. books and magazines more readily
available to all students.
Audio-visual materials use in-
creased greatly this year. lVlore than
I Q 500 films were shown in classes.
' Filmstrips, transparencies, tapes,
globes, etc., were frequently used.
Several new overhead projectors aug-
mented AV equipment. Approximate-
ly 800 transparencies for overhead
l projector use and about 100 tapes
were catalogued in the libraiy card
Mrs. Combs Mrs. Mathis Mr. Whitley
Librarian Librarian Audio-visual
TOP: A. J. Land proves he's right to
Roberta Wakuya with Mr. Webster.
RIGHT: Donna Middleton tops all of
Federal Funds Provided Versatile Training
Federal funds from Federal voca-
tional Rehabilitation enabled expan-
sion of the curriculum for Design
for Daily Living classes.
and the installation of a beauty bar
and a greenhouse permitted training
in many new areas. Students laid a
tile floor and learned the correct
care of it. Shampooing and setting
were practiced at the beauty bar.
Simple office typing and personal
typing were taught.
Students made drapes for the new
department and designed personal
clothing. Work in horticulture was
done under the supervision of re-
source personnel. Boys learned cook-
ing and food management in a res-
taurant project and girls studied first-
aid training for jobs as nurses' aids.
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by experience the methods of beauty care.
LEFT: Doug Swilley and Wayne Coling
check on their plants' progress.
TOP: Phil Anderson starts the morning by
mimeographing menus for the noon meal.
Candles were lit from a flame of
meaning. New members of honor, in-
terest, and service organizations an-
ticipated hours of fun and work.
Working for GHS, Gainesville, and
the state and nation, members
learned to give unselfishly of them-
selves and their talents. They en-
joyed belonging and found under-
standing broadened and friendships
Honor clubs maintained high
standards, and set high requirements
for admission, rewarding excellence
in sports, journalism, language,
mathematics, and dramatics.
Diversified interest groups allow-
ed members to join together in areas
of common enjoyment.
Active service clubs worked hard
for school drives, campus land-
scaping, community drives and aided
the old, the retarded and the needy.
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Student Council Branchcd into Bicamcral
RIGHT: John Macdonald, president
TOP LEFT:Cissy Roundtree, vice president
Susan Myking, Secretary and 4
FAR RIGHT: Mrs. Cela Hendrickson, advisor.
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FRONT ROW: Carolyn Emo, speaker: John Murphree, speaker
pro temporeg Carrie Sue Pierson, sec.-treas. SECOND ROW: Vicki
Krezdorn, Lynn Myking, John Macdonald, Sandra Thomas.
THIRD ROW: Anita Ward, Linda Allums, Francis Powell, Vince
Gallagher, Lyla Brogdon, Beth Graves, Judy Coursey, Jackie
Taylor, Abby Ash, Lu Dixon, Katie Hubener, Susan Farris.
FOURTH ROW: Larry Rankin, John Kidwell, Robby Bethel,
Laurie Cassel, Sara O'Connor, Pete Stringer, Bill Harlan, Nancy
Mitchell, Tizzy Hamilton, Vickie McMillan. FIFTH ROW: Dick
Hudson, Tommy Perkins, Jacqui Karns, Greg Tato, Ruddy Dixon,
Kim Christiansen, Chris Nadeau, Sandy Robinson, Betsy Ma-
loney, Barbara Alvarez, Carol Westfall. SIXTH ROW: Bob Weather-
ington, Dean Lowry, Robert Hardee, Evans Smith, Richard
Squires, Roger Sims, Gary Williams, Don Maddison, Tracy Holla-
day, Rick Bennett, David Feather, Kelly Wiltbank.
Legislature to Meet Student Body Expansion
This year the Student Council
was composed of two houses: the
Senate, consisting of 34 members,
and the House of Representatives,
with 58 members. Both Senate and
House set up joint standing com-
mittees that worked with scholar-
ship, our constitution, the hand-
book and school dances.
Heading the list of projects was
the school-wide magazine sale which
provided more than 31,000 to buy
a new bandstand.
Other activities included furnish-
ing grounds with new plants, sell-
after home games, and selling Lion's
Club Bar-B-Que tickets.
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pres., Cissy Roundtree, vice-pres.: Susan Myking, sec. SECOND Boothby, FOURTH ROW: Charlie Hart,ATodd Rainsberger, Chris
ROW: Mary Haemmerlie, Jamie Denmark, Jan Barger, Pam Yontz, Jimmy Roundtree, Glenn Brasington, Tim Efutterwortn,
Whitlovv, Sue Cooper, Pat Boulvyare, Betsy BIBCK, Peggy Eaton, Frank Hartman, Raymond Robbins, Brad Wagnor, Whit Courtney,
Cathy Gammage. THIRD ROW: Richard Martineau, Gary Zetrouer, Darrell Stewart.
Betsy Smith, Bert Ayers, Frank Smith, Claudia Musgrave, Jeff
To arouse school pride in cam-
pus and classroom cleanliness, ICC
initiated a "clean-up" campaign with
competition amongthe service clubs.
Each club was asked to provide a
trash can marked with the club
name and insignia. Prizes were
awarded periodically to the club
having collected the most trash.
lVlr. Roy Tower, dean of men,
served as adviser and aided in co-
ordinating club activities along with
student body secretary, Susan My-
Seventy dollars were donated
from ICC to the IVlarch of Dimes
Drive in February. The money was
earned from a dance held after the
GHS-Mainland basketball game. IVlr.
Sonny Chamblin, GHS alumnus and
chairman of the community drive,
met with the ICC group earlier and
aided in plans for the dance.
Mr. Roy Tower, adviser
RIGHT: Can the litter.
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SECOND ROW: Bobbie Parmley, Mary Pal-
mour, Marianna Newsome. THIRD ROW: Pat
Jones, Connie Turner, Rodney Rogers. NOT
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Rex Robinson, B. J. Cross, Carrie Sue Pier-
son, Carol Dayton, Cathy Barnett.
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Proud wearers of purple G's, mem-
bers represented participation in
varsity sports. Boys were eligible for
membership after winning a letter
in any varsity sport.
The club entered Basketball ln-
tramurals but varsity squad mem-
bers were excluded from this com-
A faculty-G Club basketball game
was played Nlarch 10 with proceeds
being donated to the Scholarship
FRONT ROW: Pat Dauphinee, Pres.: Bert
Ayers, Vice-Pres.: Tommy Davis, Treas.:
Bill Harlan, Cecil Talbot, Rick Stevens,
Johnny Gocek, Billy Williams, Len Fuller,
Jeff Montgomery. THIRD ROW: Tommy
Hanssen, Robert Scott, Ricky Plank, Rob-
"We may not get a letter for jacks, but it's
fun." declare Robert Brown and Gary Stanley.
RIGHT: A purple G-emblem of I
swimming excellence for Jimmy Perkins.
ert Brown, Eddie Plettner, John Scafuti,
Michael Godey. FOURTH ROW: Mario
Balsamo, Lauris Vidal, Russell Clemons,
Allen Reeves, Jerry Smith, Tommy Gas-
sett, Larry Sanders, Coleman Stipanovich.
junior Academy of Science
Abby Ash Attended West Point Symposium
Research paper winners, Abby
Ash and Jeanne Dubois practices
for convention presentation.
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FRONT ROW: Leslie Williams. Sec. Treas.,
Randy McDavid, Pres.: Abby Ash, Vice-
Pres. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Louise Ash, ad-
viser, Marsha Carlisle, Mirla Gordillo,
Rocky Esposito, Mary Haemmerlie, Beverly
Hartwell, Diane Primo, Judy Waller. THIRD
One of six Florida science stu-
dents honored by being invited to
the National Jr. Science and Hu-
manities Symposium, Abby Ash
went to West Point April 19-22.
Earlier, Abby's paper, "Stoneheng:
A Neolithic Computer," was one of
eight winners in the senior literary
competition of J. A. S. in Florida.
Her paper was read at the State Con-
vention. The eight winners in this
division and eight from the experi-
mental division plus ten others selec-
ted entries were submitted for fur-
ther judging. The Symposium invi-
tation went to only six of these
Jeanne DuBoise was selected as
an alternate for the experimental
division for the State Convention.
J.A.S. members visited the Uni-
versity of Florida observatory. Guest
speakers included Dr. Paul Elliott,
who spoke on "Bioluminesence in
Marine Animals," and Mr. Armand
Dennis who related African exper-
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Madison, Vicki Krezdorn, Cherry Caldwell,
Bill O'Dell, Jon Rhoads. FOURTH ROW:
Claudia Souders, Nigel Littlejohn, Bill
Volk, Robbie Beach, Richard Beard, Betsy
Quill and Scroll
Sun News Editor Spoke at Initiation Dinner
FRONT ROW: Janie Tiller, Abby Ash, Terry Stringer, Scooter Gallagher, Mrs. Peg West-
Young, Libby Jenkins, Marcia Cobb, Debbie moreland, adviser. Not pictured: Ellen Os-
Taylor. SECOND ROW: Carrie Sue Pierson, terbind, Rob Barnes, Chris Hotchkiss.
Philip Delaney, Randy McDavid, Pete
Thirteen seniors pledged Quill
and Scroll, international honorary
high school journalistic society, at
the end of the first semester.
Honored for outstanding work on
one of GHS's three student publica-
tions, the thirteen were initiated in
an informal ceremony on February
22. lVlr. Cliff Cromier, City Manager
of the Gainesville Sun, was the guest
speaker at the initiation dinner meet-
ing held at the Ponderosa Steak
Adviser, Mrs. Peg Westmoreland,
summarized the society's history
and presented membership pens to
the 13 new members.
LEFT: Mr. Peg Westmoreland awards mem-
bership card and pin to Randy McDavid.
ABOVE: Mr. Cliff Cromier, guest speaker
National Honor Society
Dr. Lester Hale Was Speaker at Formal Initiation
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FAR RIGHT: Students reflect
the solemness of
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FRONT ROW: Bill O'Dell, Vice-Pres.: Reba Stone, Tut. Chr.g
Frank Hartman, Pres.: Terry Young, Sec-Treas.: Sandra Thomas,
Hist. SECOND ROW: Cathy Alvarez, Edith Danford, Lindee Rowe,
Alicia Pavelka, Chris Hotchkiss, Debbie Taylor, Carol Cattoti,
Lynda Kastor, Vicki Krezdorn, Kay Bourgeois. THIRD ROW: Mrs.
Anita Doyle, Advisor: Abby Ash, Carolyn Youngblood, Kay Adams,
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Nan Calaway, Carol Durrance, Evelyn Griffin, Lynn Tyner,
Marti Banks, Barbara Whitehead, Susan Degenhardt, Mrs. Mary
Sharp, advisor. FOURTH ROW: Rocky Esposito, Jim Watson,
Kenneth Snyder, Brad Wagner, Rick Bennett, Tom Beard,
Randy McDavid, David Bryant, Norman Gilliland, Tommy Turner,
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Dr. Lester Hale, University of Flor-
ida Dean of Student Affairs, was the
keynote speaker at National Honor
Society's formal initiation, October
19. Ninety new members-48 seniors
and 42 juniors-boosted the club's
roster to 129. A reception honoring
new members and parents was held
following the formal ceremony.
Throughout the year more than
100 students were helped by NHS
tutoring service. Another traditional
activity, donating books to needy
areas, was carried on. More than
250 books were donated by mem-
Final acknowledgements of NHS
membership were the coveted gold
tassle and recognition in the gradu-
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FRONT ROW: Janis Keefe, Carolyn Wid-
mayer, Susan Myking, Carolyn Emo, Peggy
Eaton, Betsy Black, Ann Becker, Debi
Green, Carl Horne, John Macdonald, SEC-
ond row: Sandi Jones, Lisa Johnwick,
Libby Jenkins, Dianne Boothby, Amanda
Myers, Becky Buel, Carol Balough, Donna
Catotti, Pam Whitlow, Terry Ann Johnson,
Stephanie Osgood, Kathy Meerman. THIRD
ROW: Karen Weatherington, Kathy Koch,
Patti Cook, Jamie Denmark, Gloria Harrison,
Carol May, Stevie Tison, Caroline McEl-
wee, Eileen Bird, Phyllis Goff, Ray Yates.
FOURTH ROW: Don Morrison, Rolf Kuhns,
Jon Rhoads, Glenn Brasington, Don Madi-
son, Tom Rhodes, Larry Sandefer, Teddy
George, James Teller Earl Robbins, Mike
Bliziotes, Mac Cline, John Stieger, Nigel
Littlejohn, Rob Barnes. Not Pictured:
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FRONT ROW: Fred Pirkle, Susan Hazen,
Maggie McKean, Mary Haemmerlie, Roberta
Wakuya, Jackie Taylor, Cherry Caldwell.
SECOND ROW: Linda Petrucci, Susan Far-
ris, Barbara Bowman, DeeAnn Kuzman, Kay
Nocks, Nancy Stapleton, Susan Hennessey,
Lu Dixon, Ellen Osterbind, Helen Pierce.
THIRD ROW: Leslie Vollmert, Karen Paige,
Diane Primo, Mary Leadon, Kathy Roberts,
Connie Turner, Mary Palmour, Karen Pratt,
Kathy Barnett, Lorraine Nero. FOURTH
ROW: Charles Schaffer, Ray Johnson, Bill
Harlan, Rik Dilgren, Don Wyatt, Philip De-
Laney, Steve Platt, Pete Stringer, Paul
Kremer, Terry Cassel, Roger Sims, Robbie
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Manolate Chapter Accepted Twenty Students
Usted sera la proxima," says Mike
Parmly to Kathy Gilford.
in skit practice.
FRONT ROW: Edith Danford, Sec., Margaret
Cohen, Sgt.-at-Arms, Kelley Wiltbank, Pres
Carol Durrance, Vice-Pres., Vicki Krezdorn,
Treas. SECOND ROW: Mirla Gordillo, Hist.,
Peggy Eaton, Susan Hazen, Reba Stone, Carol
Catotti, Dee Dee Esposito, Mary Ann Trujillo,
Abby Ash, Tutoring Chairman. THIRD ROW:
Kitty Bradshaw, Pam Whitlow, Jeanne Kin-
Twenty students who had a 3.8
average in Spanish were accepted
into the Manolate Chapter of Socie-
dad Honoraria Hispanica. The new
members were initiated on October
31 in a candlelight ceremony.
Guest speaker, Mrs. Dorothy Cor-
tina, gave a talk at initiation on the
"European Study Centers, Programs,
Excursions, Scholarships" for sum-
mer study abroad and showed a film
on the European capitals with em-
phasis on Barcelona.
In co-operation with the National
Honor Society tutoring service, SHH
members put to use their excellent
knowledge by helping other Spanish
At Christmas time SHH joined
with LSA for their annual pinata
ser, Susan Hennessey, Kathy Gilford, Patty
Potter, Mrs. Vera Jenkins, adviser. FOURTH
ROW: Susan Farris, Mary Palmour, Jane
Powers, Honi Combs, JoAnn Weaver, Judy
Weseman. FIFTH ROW: Rick Bennett,
Mary Leadon, Chris Hotchkiss, David Bryant,
Evelyn Griffin, Becky Buel, Brad Wagner.
"Purgatory Relivcdn Won First Place in Storm
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Chad Reed, Pres.: John Macdonald, Vice-
Pres. SECOND ROW: Cathy Alvarez, Mrs.
Mary Elliott, adviser: Pam Priem. THIRD
ROW: Larry Lipham, Miss Susan Bartley, in-
tern: Larry Mott.
"Purgatory Relived," presented
by Thespians and Hurricane Play-
ers was the award winning skit at
Homecoming. Using group ideas and
suggestions, a small committee pol-
ished and perfected the presenta-
Other productions in which Thes-
plans took part were Roger and
Hammerstein's "Flower Drum Song,"
"Christmas Madonna" which brought
the spirit of Christmas into the minds
and hearts of GHS students, and
"Arsenic and Old Lace" a comedy
presented in the spring by talented
Membership into this National
Honor Club is allowed after 10 pts.
have been earned. To acquire these
points the person must help with
plays, be active on various com-
mittees, act, and be a Hurricane
TOP LEFI': Members show the general
feeling of the "dead" School Bond in Home-
ABOVE: Faces of drama.
Mu Alpha Theta
Achievement Was Revvarded by Induction
CNew initiates? FRONT ROW: Eileen Bird, Lindee Rowe, Patricia
Mooneyham, Jeanne Kinser, Claudia Souders, Pam Whitlow, Diane
Primo, Terry Ann Johnson, Grace Strawn,Kathy Meerman. SECOND
ROW: Marvin Rogers, Barbara Butler, Betsy Black, Stevie Tison,
Stephanie Osgood, Mary Palmour, Kathy Roberts, Karen Weather-
ington, Lorraine Nero, Susan Hazen, George Mitchell. THIRD ROW:
Larry Wilson, Nigel Littlejohn, Ted George, Larry Sandefer, Kenny
Snyder, Roger Sims, Randy McDavid, Steve Martin, Mack Tyner,
Rolf Kuhns, Don Morrison, Mac Cline.
"Mr. Gallagher, would you start back
with the circle one more time?"
pleads Mary Haemmerlie.
into Math Honorary
As a reward for outstanding
achievement in mathematics, fifty-
eight students were inducted into
Nlu Alpha Theta. The formal candle-
light ceremony was held November
Featured guest speakers for the
year were Dr. John Kronsbien, Dr.
Willard Ash, and Mr. Darnell Rhea.
Dr. Kronsbein explained non-Eucli-
dean Geometrics, lVlr. Rhea talked
about numeration systems and top-
ology, and probability and statistics
were discussed by Dr. Ash.
The climax on the year's activi-
ties was the annual picnic held in
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Stone, Vice1Pres.: Eddie Reid, Pres.: Abby Ash, Treas. SECOND
ROW: James Teller, Barbara Whitehead, Nan Calaway, Carol
Catotti, Ellen Osterbind, Debbie Taylor, Phil DeLaney. THIRD
ROW: John Steeger, Nlarti Banks, Lynn Tyner, Cardine IVlcElwee,
Don Wyatt, Kay Bourgeois, Don Madison. FOURTH ROW: Mr.
Frank Gallagher, adviser: Carl Horne, Norman Gilliland, Rocky
Esposito, Bill O'Dell, Frank Hartman.
Homes Entcrtaincd with Carols en Francais
FRONT ROW: Terry Cassel, Chap., Carl Horne, Parl., Marti Banks,
Sec., Mrs. Virginia Barlett, adviser, Pete Stringer, Pres., Kay
Bourgeois, Vice-Pres., Helen Pierce, Treas. SECOND ROW: Stevie
Tison, Kay Adams, Donna Sutherland, Caroline McElvvee, Katie
Hubener, Lu Dixon, Roberta Wakuya, Marcia Morgan, Marina Lee.
THIRD ROW: Amanda Myers, Chris Hotchkiss, Alicia Pavelka,
Lindee Rowe, Chris Nadeau, Kathy Sherman, Kathy Fagen, Janet
Norton, Carol Westfall, Cathy Barnett. FOURTH ROW: Dennis
Sullivan, Norman Gilliland, Deede Murphey, Stephanie Mihlfeld,
Eileen Bird, Susan Degenhart, Jean Ann Mull, Kathy Roberts,
Elizabeth Clawson, Sandy Robinson, Donna Catotti, Jackie Cook,
Bill Harlan. FIFTH ROW: Tommy Turner, James Adams, Teddy
George, John Sullivan, James Stakely, Robert Scott, Roger Sims,
Ed Hartman, Tom Rhodes, Bill O'Dell, Jim Watson, John Steeger,
James Teller, Eddie Reid.
at Christmas Season
Christmas carols, speakers, ini-
tiation, and parties were the major
agenda for French Club 1966-67. On
December 19, members went to sev-
eral "French" homes to carol en
Francais, afterward they gathered
for their yearly seasonal party.
Dr. M. S. Heidingsfield enter-
tained at one of the regular meet-
ings as he spoke on his personal ex-
periences in France with his slides
of Paris and Southern France as a
On February 25, the French Club
Banquet was held to initiate more
than 55 members. The occasion was
alive with the Mardi Gras theme and
Madame Nadeau spoke on young
people in France.
Members ended the year with the
traditional picnic and election of
TOP RIGHT: Dr. Heidingsfield
spoke on personal experiences in France.
RIGHT: La reine et le roi de
ABOVE: Carl Home busily makes
masks for new initiates.
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FRONT ROW: Kay Nocks, Treas.: Carolyn
Widmayer, Vice-Pres.: Rob Barnes, Pres.:
Karen Paige, Sec. SECOND ROW: Mrs.
Beatrice Sweeney, adviser: Jan Maher, Sen.:
Stephanie Osgood, Sen.: Jackie Taylor, Sen.
THIRD ROW: Jimmy McLean, Sen.: John
Fochee, Sen., Norman Gilliland, Sen.: Jim
FAR RIGHT: Members enjoy the
festivities of a Roman Banquet.
RIGHT: Missy Tench divides all
Gaul into three parts.
ABOVE: Latin Club ignites spirit
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Three hundred sixty spirited fans
boarded the Latin Club-sponsored
Cane Train to the Lee-GHS football
game September 16. The S400 prof-
it sent delegates to the State Forum
in Clearwater April 14 and 15.
Agenda for monthly meetings in-
cluded mythological skits, slides on
the Eastern Roman Empire, and
guest speakers. The annual Saturn-
alia Festival started the year's social
events. ln February, club members
decked out in togas, tunics and san-
dals to attend the traditional Roman
Groundwork was done for the es- '
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FRONT ROW: Linda Mahn, Leslie Williams, Nancy Langieri,
Leanna Burgis, Barby Mitchell, Jody Sims, Kathy Halsey, Bonita
ROW: Charles Casey, Glenda Greene, Diane Primo, Ellen Oster-
bind, Sue Cooper, Susan Arnold, Linda Wilkinson, Jamie Denmark,
Janie Cunningham, Charlie Ramirey, Gregory Davis. THIRD ROW:
Jane Tillman, Debbi Hicks, Betsy Maloney, Libby Jenkins, Bon-
nie Harrison, Barbara Whitehead, Beth Graves, Sheree Flage,
Claudia Souders, Deborah Sheffield, Leslie Wiggins, Ronnie
Crowder. FOURTH ROW: David Feather, Rik Dilgren, Oler Crosby,
Wayne Pringle, Bart Douglas, Rolf Kuhns, Dan Fryer, Ray Scott,
Tom Derrick, Mike Heidingsfield, Mark Proctor, Richard Waters,
Helping with all forms of back-
stage work-props, scripts, and cos-
tumes-was Hurricane Players' con-
tribution to all of the dramatic pro-
ductions. To insure better drama-
tization and staging in the spring
play, "Arsenic and Old Lace," mem-
bers rented a movie of the produc-
tion to review.
At the meetings they had discus-
sions on various programs and ana-
lyzed plays that were presented to
Hurricane Players are closely af-
filiated with the Drama class and
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Mrs. Elliott, budding performers learn
techniques of good acting.
ABOVE: Ruth DeVries and Nancy
Cobrun illustrate the new natural look.
FRONT ROW: Gary Nelson, Vice-Pres.: Doug
Cutts, Pres.: Evan Jones, Treas. SECOND
ROW: Mrs. Mary Elliott, adviser: John Mac-
donald, JoAnn Weaver, Cathy Alvarez, Dean
Sparks. THIRD ROW: Janie Tiller, Febe
Fussell, Linda Lefter, Pat Bouleware, Kathy
Williams, Marlene Robinson, Linda Mahn,
Leslie McKerns, Ruth DeVries, Sandra
Thomas, Jacqui Karns. FOURTH ROW:
Sonja Boggan, Nancy Coburn, Graylyn Mar-
tin, Pam Priem, Susan Brown, Nancy Mit-
chell, Patti Cook, Glenda Greene, Chris
Mooney, Linda Silcox, Tommy Tisdale.
FIFTH ROW: Chad Reed, Joyce Burton,
Randy Buel, Larry Lipham, Larry Mott, Gary
Dukes, Steve Jolly, Gary Martin, Richard
Beard, Maureen Mixon, Brenda LaGrasse,
Spanish Countries Were Animated by Souvenirs
Students who had previously vis-
ited Spanish-speaking countries pre-
sented a program to the other mem-
bers of Los Sombreritos. Comments
about their trips, pamphlets, photo-
graphs, and souvenirs made this
program an especially interesting
During the year two lectures were
given by Mrs. Linda Raatama, a
Spanish intern and former student
at the University of Barcelona. She
showed colorful slides and talked
about her experiences as a student.
Other highlights of the year in-
cluded participation in the tradi-
tional flag parade on Pan-American
Day, and watching the presentation
of "My Fair Lady" in Spanish by
the second year Spanish class.
ABOVE: Debbie Green and
Kathy Meerman model colorful
TOP RIGHT: "Who us? Steal
candy from this pifi'ata?"
innocently question Vince
Gallagher and Gary Zetrouer.
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FIRST ROW: Vince Gallagher, Pres.: Gary
Zetrouer, Vice Pres., Kathy Meerman, Sec.,
Janis Keefe, Treas., SECOND ROW: Betsy
Goddard, Caril Thomas, Lynda Brown,
Melanie Condo, Susan Bingham, Chris Mil-
liken, Marilyn Green. THIRD ROW: Sandra
Ryals, Ellen Owens, Patty Hale, Judy Mac-
Rostie, Betsy Black, Kay Opduke, Shirley
Hall, Bredna Mixson, Bonita Pagnozzi,
Judie Martin, Dalton Kephart, Ann Brown.
FOURTH ROW: Cheryl Scott, Mary Talbot,
Valerie Prickett, Jan Maher, Jan Everett,
Clarkson Cantrell, Betsy Maloney, Diane
Kattke, Don Lindenfelser, Ronald Smith,
Debi Green, Terry Horn. FIFTH ROW: Sandy
Hale, Marino Diaz, Murray Beattie, Larry
Sandefer, Larry Wilson, Terry Rigsby, Danny
Mixson, Richard Furman, Don Morrison,
Lance Scott, Marty Ashley, Harry Green,
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Debbie Taylor, Pres.: Caroline McElwee, Sec.-Treas.: Connie Turner, Vice-Pres. SECOND
ROW: Susan McKinney, Temi Davis, Sandra Williams, Mary Goodwin, Sandra Thomas,
Vicki Krezdorn, Cherry Caldwell, Bonita Pagnozzi, Marianna Newsome, Kay Bour-
geois. THIRD ROW: Mary Lynn Fisk, Graylyn Martin, Linda Rush, Madge McAlpin, Steph-
anie Mihlfeld, Margie Gorton, Mary Ann Trujillo, Glenda Greene, Ann McLean. FOURTH
ROW: Carol Balough, Debbie Boles, Kay Opdyke, Linda Petrucci, Robert Brown, Karen
Weatherington, Connie Gorton, Janice Kattke, Doris Elleman.
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Completing the biggest project of
this year, FTA gathered, compiled,
and typed over 2,100 names, ad-
dresses and telephone numbers for
the 1966-67 Student Directory.
Meeting were frequented by guest
speakers from surrounding high
schools and the University of Florida.
A panel of 5 teachers offered their
knowledge and experience in the
teaching world as they answered
questions from the floor in an in-
Four selected members attended
the state convention in Clearwater,
where they participated in classes,
discussion groups, and banquets.
The main social event of the
year was the annual Faculty Tea
given in November.
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the convenience of her
LEFT: "An apple a day helps
an A come your way,
hums Bonita Pagnozzi.
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Get Acquamted Party Began Active Year
A "get acquainted" meeting start-
ed the year off with a wiener roast
at Mrs. Brown's home. Girls inter-
ested in the secretarial field joined
together as a club in order to dis-
cuss the aspect of becoming secre-
Monthly meetings brought guest
speakers as well as talks on various
subjects by club members. Mrs. But-
ler, representative of Merle Norman
and keynote speaker of the year,
gave a talk on good grooming.
A carwash was held at the begin-
ning of the year to help pay the
FIRST ROW: Gloria Harrison, Sec., Carol
May, Vice-Pres., Linda Reynolds, Pres., Jill
Steadham, Treas. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Sarah
Brown, Adviserg Sandi Tillman, Alice
Oyenarte, Cindy Hines. THIRD ROW: Kathy
Gilford, Linda Spann, Joyce Rogue, Lyn
Van Leer, Carol Scheck.
ABOVE: Cindy Hines learns to
deal with people through
communications, as she
relays a message.
LEFT: Shirley Mixson practices
her typing for future
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Camping Trip Included a Tour of Nurseries
FRONT ROW: Rodney Rogers, pres., Smitty
Smith, sec., Bill Looney, sent., Carl Sim-
mons, reporter, Dan Wilson, treas. SEC-
ond row, John Mixson, Randy Eddy, Mi-
chael McLane, Johnny Gocek. THIRD ROW:
Terry Kirby, Ronnie Lee, Chris Blake.
FOURTH ROW: Kenny Luciano, Steve Bru-
nell, Barry Van Mant, Randy Jones. FIFTH
ROW: John Jones, Stanley Breland, Bobby
Mantlo, Matthew Small, Charlie Davis.
"Kansas City, here l comeluexclaims Rodney Rogers.
FAR RIGHT: Randy Jones practices
for the FFA turkey shoot.
A two-day camping trip in the
spring climaxed this year's activities.
This gave the boys an opportunity
to tour some large nurseries in South
Local businessmen donated mer-
chandise for FFA's annual auction.
Proceeds from the auction and club
dues provided money for members
to attend state judging contests and
state and national conventions. Rod-
ney Rogers, chapter president, at-
tended this year's National FFA Con-
vention in Kansas City.
In the fall, the GHS chapter held
a Leadership Conference for FFA
chapter of District Ill.
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FRONT ROW: Libby Jenkins, sec.:
Krezdorn, vice-pres.: Carol Dow,
Chris Hotchkiss, ed., Debi Green
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Newbern, Ellen Osterbind, Amanda Myers,
Cherry Caldwell, Dee Dee Esposito,
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ney, Diane Primo, Lisa Johnwick, Suzanne
Chevers, Carol Catotti, Laurette Burnard.
FOURTH ROW: Pam Whitlow, Nancy Mitch-
ell, Randy Greene, Bill Lineaweaver, Scott
Gross, Lyla Brogdon, Nancy LaBelle.
Inspiration for creative writing is
symbolized by Vicki Krezdorn.
Randy Greene "brushes after every meal now"
with his Scrihhlers' toothbrush.
Funds raised from the bake sale
held on October 15, along with prof-
its from the toothbrush sales, paid
for this year's publication of Scrib-
This magazine was completely pre-
pared, printed, published, and illus-
strated by the members of this club,
and all of the literature used was
either created by the Scribblers
themselves or selected from original
works written in English classes by
The twelve new members were
tapped on October 27, and formally
initiated on November 9.
Future Homemakers of America
Future Homemaker TV Panel Participated
FRONT ROW: Charlotte Merrill, sec., Mrs. Alice MaeCullough,
advisor, Diane Boothby, pres. SECOND ROW: Bobbi Carter, Jan
Medler, Kathryn Powell, Kay Opdyke, Mary Cox, Betsy Goddard,
JoAnn Calaway, Linda Rush, Temi Davis, Isabel Mesa, Katie Rum-
baugh, Kathy James. THIRD ROW: Cathy Williams, Susan Grune-
wald, Donna Thomas, JoAnn Hardee, Diana Heron, Ernestine
Strickland, Janet Norton, JoAnne Parmly, Carolyn Tenney.
FOURTH ROW: Deborah Allen, Eileen Bird, Nancy Pitman,
Madge McAIpin, Anna Finley, Judy Jones, Jenny James, Eliza-
beth Clawson, Margaret Ryan, Lucy Lowe.
in Consumer Program
"Stretching the Clothing Dollar"
was the theme of the Channel Five
Home Ec. Special in which FHA par-
ticipated. A panel of FHA'ers and
high fashion models presented con-
sumer education information.
Plans and activities for the year
were formulated by the executive
council. Flower arranging, cake dec-
orating, and self improvement were
some of the topics of meetings.
On Halloween, the FHA members
dressed in costumes and collected
for UNlCEFg in December faculty
members were guests of the club
for the annual Christmas tea.
FAR LEFT: lan Medler awaits
the words, "You're On."
LEFT: FHA'ers trick or treat
TOP: "This is the way we wash
your car," sing the FHA girls.
ABOVE: "Yours? This is all
mine," exclaims Diane Boothby.
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GAA Enjoyed Various Recreational Sports
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Charlotte Merrell, Sgt.-at-Arms: Terry Ann
Johnson, Treas.: Donna Carney, Sec.: Debra
Neill, Vice-Pres.: Lorraine Nero, Pres. SEC-
OND ROW: Gwendolyn Rivers, Diane Booth-
by, Dana Bunn, Kay Nocks, Judy Colding,
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Janis Parker, Shirley McDonald, Sue Trieste
Frances Osteen, Linda Spann, Jan Holder:
Kay Davis. FOURTH ROW: Cindy Meaden
Nina Geiger, Carol Pyles, Barbara Verink
Dnann Smith, Pat Boles.
ABOVE: Judy Colding and lan
Holder make last
RIGHT: Lorraine Nero demon-
strates a perfect
FAR RIGHT: Kay Nocks tests
her ability to play
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ming at Howard Johnson's Motel,
and playing miniature golf at Putt-
Putt, accented this year's activities.
ln addition to these there were
softball games in the City Park, bowl-
ing at Palm Lanes, and basketball
in the school gym.
The GAA intramural basketball
team led by Sue Trieste's remark-
able shooting, finished in a four-
way tie for first place honors.
The only intra-school meet was
a volley-ball match with Ocala.
Candy sales netted a S100 profit
which was used to finance a spring
banquet and help with a week-end
post school week-end camping trip.
Within these first three years, GHS
has been successful in fulfilling its
purpose of stimulating interest in
recreational and athletic sports.
As a result of participating in ath-
letic events, weekly meetings, and
special projects, members were el-
igible for coveted G's.
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Para-lVled members performed vol-
untary services at the Gainesville
Nursing Center and in the Alachua
General Hospital this year.
ln addition to hours of working at
the hospital, they collected for the
lVlarch of Dimes, and stuffed animals
for the "Ship Hope."
Social activities included parties,
cookouts, and sending Carol lVlay,
president, and four members to the
a patient's day.
LEFT: Nancy LaBelle helps brighten
BELOW: Knock-Knock. Who's there?
Carol Nlay with the hospitality cart
FRONT ROW: Val Gull, 2nd Dist. Veep: Nancy LaBelle, Sec.:
Barbara Lloyd, Veep.: Carol May, Pres.: Terry Ann Johnson,
Treas.: Carol Catotti, Dist. Sec. SECOND ROW: Letha Lovett,
Cathie Reed, Barbie Mitchell, Beth Correll. THIRD ROW: Joan
Philman, Debbie Metts, Barbara Whiteford, Donna Thomas,
Kathy James, Judy Harvey, Linda Harvey, Donna Addison, Frances
Osteen, Joanne Parmly. FOURTH ROW: Joanne Hardee, Nancy
Cameron, Doris Elleman, Helen Harris, Barbee Emmel, Susan
Howard, Audrey Harrell, Julie Barnett, Rita Thornton, Patti Hale,
Chris Nadeau, Marie Ward. FIFTH ROW: Rosie Mixson, Jenny
Cates, Cynthia Norden, Patricia Denman, Janis Kattke, Jean
Pullen, Glenda Bohannon, Anna Finley, Kathy Williams, Sandra
Waldrop, Carolyn Tenney, Sharon Davis, Kathy Halsey, Faye Horns-
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FRONT ROW: Marvin Rogers, Sgt.-at-Arms: Pat Jones, Sec., Edith
Danford, lst Vice-Pres., Abby Ash, Pres.: Beth Ayers, 2nd Vice-
Pres., Kelly Wiltbank, 3rd Vice-Pres.: Peggy Eaton, Treas.: Susan
Hazen, Hist. SECOND ROW: Linda Boyd, Mary Palmour, Nancy
McLeod, Maggie McKean, Mirla Gordillo, Margaret Cohen, Allene
Strickland, Reba Stone, Nancy Mitchell, Sandra Thomas, Vicki
Krezdorn, Chris Hotchkiss, Susan Farris, Shirley Tilghman, Pat
McCoy, Kitty Bradshaw, Mrs. Vera Jenkins, Adviser. THIRD ROW:
Carol Pierce, Sherry Griffin, Susan Hennessey, Jeanne Kinser,
Mike Parmly, Jody Sims, Pam Whitlow, Rocky Esposito, Becky
Buel, Marcia Cobb, Honey Combs, Beverly Buckley, Colny Welsh,
Marilyn Liddon. FOURTH ROW: Maria Baro, Dee Ann Kuzma, Amy
Yawn, Dee Dee Esposito, Jim Simmons, Carol Catotti, Jo Ann
Weaver, Carolyn Stripling,David Strawn,KathyGilford,JanePowers,
Pat Boulware, Page Elmore, Patty Potter. FIFTH ROW: Mary Ann
Trujillo, Linda Petrucci, Bob Moxley, Rodney Estes, Evelyn Griffin,
Terry Wilcox, Carol Durrance, Mark Wright, Paul Kremer, Ken
Sharp, Brad Wagner, Rick Bennett, James Gavan, David Bryant,
Come on, Mary, only
one more and you'll receive
twelve months of happiness, ac-
cording tothe Spanish custom.
Depictcd at Christmas
Customs of the Spanish speak-
ing countries were depicted at the
annual Christmas party. Such cus-
toms as Las Posadas and Las Doce
Uvas de Felicidad were illustrated
by members of the club.
On Nlarch 10, twenty students at-
tended the Florida State Spanish
Conference in St. Augustine. They
participated in three areas: skits,
declamations, and extemporaneous
speeches. Students also enjoyed
touring the old Spanish city.
The Pan-American Day program
on April 14, was highlighted by the
LSA skit presented in Spanish. LSA
has sponsored this program since
TOP RIGHT: "Hey look! The
'Batman' of Mexico," laughs
LEFT: Tension mounts as the
Pinata begins to break.
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Pep Club divided into three main
committees, they consisted of foot-
ball, basketball, and spring sports.
Throughout the year these com-
mittees promoted school spirit in
their specific areas.
Sponsoring booster buses to
away games and motorcades to
home games, hanging posters in the
halls, handing out megaphones, rul-
ers, and car window stickers, giv-
ing out helium balloons at Home-
coming, making a hoop for the foot-
ball players, and providing a pep
band contributed to Pep Club's suc-
LEFT: Pep Club officers: Kay Adams,
Lu Dixon, Debbie Taylor, and Marcia
FAR UPPER LEFT: "Woopie!" yells
Maggie McKean at Homecoming.
UPPER LEFT: Spirit in the making:
An empty pep bus awaiting its occupants
ABOVE: Cane fans show their
enthusiasm in a typical pep parade.
Pat McCoy wants everyone to see her
Alpha bumper sticker.
B. J. Cross, Pres
Ann Becker, V.-Pres.
Terry Young, Rec. Sec.
Kay Bourgeoise, Cor. Ses.
Beth Graves, Treas.
Beth Ayers, Chap.
Sue Cooper, Hist.
Cathy Gammage, Sgt.-at-Arms
Dee Ann Kuzma
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Sixty-five provisionals picked
Alpha as their club choice. Twenty-
three were admitted to filled vacan-
cies left by graduation. These pro-
visionals made over 2,000 scrap-
books for the children at Sunland.
Other charitable projects included
giving clothes to the Good Will and
Salvation Army, and donating S15 to
the Lion'sClub Bar-B-QandS5month-
ly to the World Service missionary
Bumper stickers, lollipops, and
shakers were eagerly sold to help
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TOP: Jamie Denmark and Cathy
Gammage collected for Muscular Dystrophy
ABOVE: Mrs. Margaret Osborne, adviser.
LEFT: Mr. AIpha's: Laurie Vidal,
Personality, Richard Reeves, Lovable,
John Macdonald, Admirableg Steve
Summerline, Attractiveg Jeff
Montgomery, Mr. Alpha. Not pictured:
Scooter Gallagher, Humorous.
Club Outlined Available History References
Marianna Newsome, Pres.
Kathy Meerman, Vice-Pres.
Carol Catotti, Sec.
Edith Danford, Treas.
Stephanie Osgood, Hist.
Diane Kattke, Parl.
Shirley Mixson, Chap.
K Jamie Caldwell
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ABOVE: "Which way did they go?"
exclaims Sandy Garrett.
RIGHT: Members load station
wagon to play
Santa Claus to needy family.
Terry Ann Johnson
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Preparing an outline of the his-
tory reference books available in the
school library for the history depart-
ment headed the list of club proj-
ects for this year. Members sold
football balloons, collected for the
TB drive, and sold purple license
plates with white lettering to boost
Four officers attended the Re-
gional Meeting at Jacksonville Uni-
versity on Dec. 10. The program in-
cluded a discussion on service and
money-making projects, a skit illus-
trating parliamentary procedure, and
a formal luncheon.
Highlighting this year's social ac-
tivities was the crowning of the An-
chor Admiral and First lVlate. An
Anchor representative rode in the
Christmas parade. The club's trad-
itional Alumnae Tea and a lVlother's
Day Tea were also given.
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GHS license plates,"
announces Patty Cook.
LEFT: Carolyn Widmayer and
Betsy Godard count calories
as Barbara Graham counts
donations for the March of
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Flowers Bri ghtcned
First Days of School
Gay flowers, donated to each
classroom by Beta members, bright-
ened the first day of school for GHS
students and faculty. Beta also sold
over 150 traditional white chrysan-
themums at Homecoming.
Through car washes and bake
sales, Beta raised enough money to
revise the Head Hunter and Mover
nameboards in the gym. They also
donated a Hurricane Warning flag
and a victory flag to boost school
Service projects for the commun-
ity included giving Thanksgiving and
Christmas baskets to needy fami-
lies, selling balloons and addressing
envelopes for contributions for the
March of Dimes, and giving a Christ-
mas party at Sunland.
From their many service projects,
Beta earned over 600 points to re-
ceive the YMCA-sponsored Red Tri-
angle Award. This award is present-
ed to clubs throughout the state of
FAR UPPER LEFT: "Yeoh, this
stuff tastes terrible." complains
FAR LEFT: Green thumbs come
in handy for Carol and Sandy.
UPPER LEFT: Connie Young
raises cane with new warning flag.
RIGHT: Mrs. Mary Bryan and
Mrs. Bobra Palmer, advisers.
Carrie Sue Pierson, Pres.
Linda lVloore, Vice-Pres.
Betsy Groves, Treas.
Beverlie Hartwell, Chap.
Maw Talbot, Pts. Chm.
Karen Weatherington, Sgt,-at-Arms
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fruit, cake that is," brags
Carrie Sue Pierson
by Official Uniforms
Yellow blazers, navy skirts, and
contrasting ascots were made by
Civinettes to wear to club activi-
A tea for girls' service club offi-
cers and sponsors held at the be-
ginning of the year, headed the list
of social events. Their Christmas
banquet heralded Dr. Herbert Wage-
maker as guest speaker.
They sponsored a King Ugly
Dance, raising 330.00 for Scholar-
ship, worked for the March of Dimes,
and contributed to the Peace Corps'
construction of a school.
Ajoint-installation dinner with Civ-
itan concluded the year's activities.
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button on her new uniform.
LEFT: Mrs. Carolyn Stewart, adviser.
Chapter Delegate Chosen Vice-President
Brad Wagner, Pres
Bill Wilkinson, Vice-Pres.
Don Wyatt, Sec.
John McPherson, Chap.
John Bolles, Sgt.-at-Arms
of North Fla. District
Local chapter treasurer, Rik Dil-
gren, was chosen North Florida Dis-
trict Vice-President at the Hi-Y Con-
vention in St. Augustine the week-
end of December 2.
ln intramural action, Gamma won
first place in football and competed
plot care, church attendance and
community drives were scheduled
throughout the year. The Hurricane
Herald Grassplot Award was given to
Gamma in September.
Faculty adviser, lVlr. Shelton
Boyles, left for army duty in February
and lVlr. Ward Scott succeeded him.
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North Florida Hi-Y District.
LOWER LEFT: Who can paint a
can? Gamma-can!!! When painted by
Douglas Lynes, Doug Robertson, and
TOP RIGHT: Dick Hudson proudly
receives award for first place in football
intramurals from Cissy Roundtree.
LEFT: lVlr. Shelton Boyles, adviser.
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Rick Stevens, Pres.
Frank Hartman, Vice-Pres
John Murphree, Sec.
Tom Hury, Treas.
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Rolling out project after project,
the "wheel" kept turning all year.
Sprucing - up included painting the
parking lots, working on the grass-
plot, and installing sidewalk and
chains at the faculty parking lot.
Fund raising activities consisted
of cawvashes, selling corsages at the
U of F football games, selling Hurri-
cane T-shirts, and staging the annual
lVlr. Legs Contest for the March of
Teams were fielded in basketball
and football intramurals and the
club inaugurated a new project-
the Wheel Derby-a competition be-
tween girl's service clubs. Turning
thoughts to summer, a surfing film
was sponsored. Hard working mem-
bers were rewarded by attending
the state meeting in Jacksonville.
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wash your motorcycle . . . would you
believe . . . car?
BELOW: Would you call this
togetherness or making sure a job's well
done? Ask Raymond, Dale and Laurie.
LEFT: "Mr. Legs" Ken Chaky displays his
ABOVE: lVlr. Ernie Litz, adviser.
Sold 1 39 Pounds
TOP: "Looks like l'lI be eating
fruit cake all summer too," sighs
LEFT: Mr. Fred Hill, adviser.
of Claxton Fruitcakc
As an annual project, Junior Civ-
itan once again helped sell fruitcakes
to raise money for a retarded chil-
dren's fund. To further this program,
they sold 139 pounds of Claxton
Still on the theme of retardation,
Junior Civitan visited and enter-
tainedthe children at Sunland during
Christmas. Members of the club
bought and decorated a tree and
gave presents to one cottage.
Work sessions on the club grass-
plot and group church attendance
rounded out the year's activities.
Roger Cook Bill Looney
Rene Pe'r'ia Larry Sikes
Larry Sikes works into the
shadows of evening to keep the
Civitan grassplot clean.
Marquee Publicizing GHS Events Was Added
Phil DeLaney, Pres
Terry Cassel, Vice-Pres.
Pete Stringer, Corr. Sec.
Jim Watson, Rec. Sec.
Bill O'Dell, Treas.
Tom Rhodes, Chap.
Tom Beard, Hist.
Rocky Esposito, Sgt.-at-Arms
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Vigorous members of Key Club
spent many hours in service for GHS.
They washed all of the windows,
raised and lowered the flag, main-
tained their grassplot, assisted new
teachers in an orientation program,
sold football ribbons at home games,
and changed the lettering on the
Key Club members also performed
various community service projects.
These included giving Christmas -
tree, gifts, food - to an indigent
family, working during the Christ-
mas holidays to earn money for
charity, and working for the Foreign
Student Loan Closet.
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last minute instructions.
RIGHT: IVlr. Al Strickland, adviser.
ABOVE: "So clear. . . it seems
to disappear," hums Page Elmore
as Janie Keefe holds trophy
glass to insure that it doesn't!
RIGHT: Susan Hennessey and
Jane Powers carefully
arrange flowers for the
annual Camelia Show.
Connie Turner, Pres.
Cherry Caldwell, Vice-Pres.
Abby Ash, Rec. Sec.
Tizzy Hamilton, Cor. Sec.
Katie Hubener, Treas.
Cathy Alvarez, Chap.
Amanda Myers, Sgt.-at-Arms
Betsy Black, Kamot
Mary Grace Hardee
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Two purple and white permanent-
panel mats costing 5180 each, were
donated to the gym by Keyettes. The
6' by 12' mats added decoration to
the gym as well as protection for
Other non-profit service projects
included donating Christmas pres-
ents to under-priveleged children
under the direction of VISTA and
canned goods for Christmas and
Thanksgiving baskets for three
needy families. The 43 provisionals
collected 10 tons of newspapers for
the Salvation Army, and over 1000
books for the Teaching Hospital and
the Public Library.
The formal initiation banquet
with speaker Bill Carr, co-captain of
the Florida Gators, highlighted this
year's social events. Keyette alumnae
were honored at the annual Christ-
mas tea, and a father-daughter pic-
nic was held in early spring.
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Bobbie Parmly, Pres.
Dee Dee Esposito, Vice-Pres.
Lyla Brogdon, Sec.
Jenny James, Treas.
Marina Lee, Hist.
Betty Bennett, Parl.
Jeanne Kinser, Chap.
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these small ones," laughed Kathy
Johnson and Dee Dee Esposito.
ABOVE: Marcia Morgan inaugurates
the new walk.
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To meet the demands of an en-
larged student body, a new girls'
service club, Lionettes, was orga-
nized. Members worked hard to win
recognition and to make their club
They began the year with a coke
and bake sale during the Home-
coming Parade. The SQO in profits
paid for the statue "The Hand of
God," which they donated to the
blind school in Daytona. At Christ-
mas time members presented a
needy family with a tree, presents,
and dinner. They also supplied the
teachers' lounge with candy and
In the spring, Lionettes helped at
the horse show and held a banquet
for all Lion Club members.
Along with these outside projects,
Lionettes made colorful orange and
RIGHT: Jeanne Kinser proudly displays
new statue, "The Hand of God."
LEFT: Mrs. Joan Carolan, adviser.
New Name with National Affiliation Adopted
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Joining the national ranks, Bea-
con's name was changed to Nike -
by the Business and Professional 4
Nike bought the tiara and furnished
the sceptor for the Homecoming
the lVlarch of Dimes drive, Nike sold
balloons at the Shopping Center
and helped address envelopes to
send to Gainesville citizens for
At the beginning of the second
semester, several new provisionals
worked for points. Workdays, church
attendance, and collecting clothing
and magazines helped further
chances for membership.
PRESBYTERIAN criuncu ,
UPPER LEFT: "Mom's cupboard will
be bare when I get through donating
to the Christmas drive,"
laughs Jackie Cook.
LEFT: HGet me to the Church on
time. . .which time?" worries Susan
TOP: Kathy Barnett purchases crown
for the Homecoming Queen.
ABOVE: Mrs. Vicki Marsh, adviser.
ABOVE: Peggy Morrison reaches
high to clip that last branch.
RIGHT: Marlene Robinson and
Becky Robbins take advantage of
their free Valentine delivery.
Pat Jones, Pres. A ' 1. A - C f - Carol Durrance,Vice-Pres. I H, , it
Boots Hendricks, Sec.
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Donating time, energy, and money
to school and community projects
kept Sigmas active this year. The
teachers' lounge and Home Ec. room
remained clean through their efforts
and a free mailbox was provided at
Christmas and Valentine's Day to
service GHS students.
A bake sale and car wash were
held with all proceeds going to the
Hurricane Herald. Other money-
making projects included selling
purple and white booster pins and
having a joint-bake sale with Anchor.
Three representatives attended
the Anchor Regional Convention
where they heard lectures, partici-
pated in a forum, and dined at a
banquet with Congressman Bennett
A banquet for the installation of
new officers ended the year's ac-
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FAR RIGHT: Kathie Fagen and
Joy Kilpatrick "whistle while they work."
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GHS students held their places
in the "now generation." They be-
came the "now people," sensitive
and sophisticated in a generation
of dazzling diversity and no fan-
Seniors, juniors, and sopho-
mores made up the large, but not
faceless population. They valued
eloquence, honesty, and good looks,
and schoolwork came second to
Snoopy and Steve Spurrier.
GHS students did their part to
maintain high academic standards
and to reach even higher accom-
plishments than in the past. lVlore
aware than ever of the problems
of the world, they tried to com-
press a lifetime into a day, only
to find the days shorter than ever.
With each individual forming part
of the whole, GHS had the largest
student body in its history-over
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exchanges jersey and helmet for mask
RIGHT: Jeff Montgomery finishes the
student council scholarship drive just in
time to begin senior candy campaign.
Hall of F ame
Five Seniors Honored for Achievements and
Len Fuller Jeff Montgomery Chad Reed John Macdonald Eddie Reid
Athletics Citizenship Fine Arts Leadership Scholarship
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Contributions to GHS
Classmates and a faculty commit-
tee chose five seniors for the 1967
Hall of Fame.
ATHLETICS - LEN FULLER let-
tered in football for three years with
more than 100 game tackles to his
credit. Len was also a three-letter
catcher with a batting average of
CITIZENSHIP - JEFF MONT-
GOMERY exemplified good citizen-
ship in his work on council com-
mittees and as senior class presi-
dent. He chairmanned the Scholar-
ship Drive. Jeff was also a state-
FINE ARTS-CHAD REED delight-
ed audiences as the Negro handy
man in "You Can't Take lt With You,"
the sage Chinese father in "Flower
Drum Song," and the vigorous Teddy
Roosevelt in "Arsenic and Old Lace."
Chad was also a three year chorus
LEADERSHIP -JOHN MACDON-
ALD was president of the largest stu-
dent body in GHS history. He pre-
sided over the bi-cameral student
government and united students
with intercom annoucements.
SCHOLARSHIP- EDDIE REID re-
peatedly ranked high on all testing.
He made a 494 on Senior Placement,
158 on Nat'l. Meritand 144 on PSAT.
He was a National Merit Finalist.
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Eddie Reid smilingly accepts any
TOP: Mr. President, at the podium
of intercom, John Macdonald
leads the council or student body.
LEFT: Chad Reed becomes a little
confused in his reminiscing
about Donald, Wang Lei, and Teddy.
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4' ' FAR LEFT: Carolyn Emo, vice-president
LEFT: Dana Wigglesworth, secretary
ABOVE: Claudia Musgrave
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The Beginning of
Our Great Senior year
Our last year, our Senior year-so
much to look forward to, so much
to look back on. There were the joys
and the small tragedies. We loved
being the all-wise, all-powerful. At
pep rallies we led the student body
with our loud acclamations of "sen-
After the new year, regret became
a part of us. We looked back on what
we had done and realized how much
more there was to do. We attended
the Prom as honored guests, remem-
bering all the fun it had been deco-
rating last year. We ordered our in-
vitations and were measured for caps
and gowns. Anticipation rose for
graduation was near-just mention-
ing the word made us feel old . . .
Pomp and Circumstance, O.K., ready
now, one, two, and step. And then
too soon it was over. There were
reluctant farewells, tears of happi-
ness and of sadness. Does time al-
ways go by so quickly?
A full locker, symbolizing what has been.
James Adams Kay Adams Patricia Adams Darrell Addison Cathy Alvarez
Dream Became Reality for Seniors
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"Me - a senior!" exclaimed Cherry Caldwell. "And me!" added Lu Dixon.
Willia Mae Bass
Nathan L. Boles
John L. Bolles
7130 Shift Brought Drowsy Seniors
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7:15 A.M. . . . Wide-awake now but she'II never make that early-bird class.
7:20 A.M. . . . That old untrustworthy alarm clock gets a hefty heave-ho.
Mary Gail Branson
Harold G. Burch
Robert E. Butcher Jr
Charles F. Carmen Il
Dena Kay Conerly
Seniors Acquired the Privilege of Own Parking Lot
New and old, black and white, shiny and dull -the many senior cars filled to capacity their assigned senior lot.
Ruth Ann Croft
Betty Jean Cross
We Slaved So Many Hours Over Reading
Trying to keep pace with the senior Engiish requirements, Robbie Beach read book after book.
Danny W. Davis
We Worked Very Hard On Our All-Important Tests
Preparation - one way or another - for those all important and so frequent days of senior testing and evaluating.
Bill Len Fuller
Ellen Elaine Gresham
Mary Grace Hardee
Our Senior Dance Proved 21 Big Success
The shoes fit but Carol Durrance and Pete Stringer observed "no shoes on gym floor."
Our Leadership Was Voiced in Many Areas
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Angela Jean Hendricks
Richard W. Hudson
Bonnie Lee Hurley
Thomas B. Hury
John Wayne Jackson
We Participated in School Activities
Books abandoned for now, Barbara Whitehead uses hands and head for Canes.
Way Out Pads Became the Fashion at Our School
Racing gloves, sling-back shoes, and crocheted stockings set the new fashion pace for the young modems here.
Rolf IVI. Kuhns
Brenda La Grasse
A. J. Land
We Worked Furiously on Our Senior Term Paper
Janie Tiller spent many long and tedious hours organizing her countless note cards for her term paper.
Vernon F. M. McDaniel Ill
College Choice Was Stepping Stone to Future
An enticing variety of colleges to choose from caused puzzlement for David Bryant.
John N. McPherson
Susan Kay McVay
Christine Elaine Mooney
Claudia J. Musgrave
Susan J. Myking
Marianna E. Newsome
Excitement Crystalized as Time for the Prom Arrived
Can l rent a tuxedo? What flowers does she like? Those questions troubled Don Madison and Robert Brown.
Happiness Was the Senior Prom
Jim Watson and Sandra Thomas could have "danced all night" at the Prom
Marilyn L. Pearl
Carrie Sue Pierson
Pamela Kay Priem
Leah G. Rentz
Hazen Paul Rhea
Jon Martin Rhoads
Early Dismissal Provcd Great Joy
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Johnny Frank Sanders
We Washed Away Old - to Make Ready for the New
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fresh start on his future life.
Baccalaureate Was One Step Closer to Our Noble Goal
Realizing he would be the last member of the senior class to graduate, Joe Zehner sat pondering
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Mary Ann Thompson
Graduation Brought Smiles and Happiness for Some
The fantastic idea of his graduation from high school brought great jubilation to the face of senior Larry Mott
Rosie lVlarie Threatte
Thomas D. Turner
Bill Van Veldhuisen
Graduation Brought Tears and Sadness for Others
Cathy Alvarez, shedding tears as she removed her senior sticker, realized her high school days were ended
Graduation Represented the Departure of Childhood
A lone senior walked toward the future, without even one look backwards, with lingering memories of the past
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Emil Hodge Uan. graduatei
Wayne Hough Uan. graduatei
Linda Louise Melton
Clay Ridgeway lJan. graduate?
LEFT: David Boothby, president.
BOTTOM LEFT: Larry Sanders, vice-president.
BOTTOM RIGHT: Beth Ayers, secretary.
BELOW: Susan Hazen, treasurer.
Another Year Started as Vacation Ended
Here we are, juniors, those "al-
most great" people, a little higher, a
little wiser but not yet the leaders.
After we shed the insecurity of our
sophomore year, we quickly accept-
ed the responsibilities of being jun-
ior classmen . . .the middlemen.
We not only gained the eligibility
but the entrance into all school or-
ganizations. Induction into N.H.S.
became a reality. We became club
participants, outstanding sports fig-
ures and brilliant scholars.
Class rings, our first taste of sen-
iority, were proudly worn. Feverish
excitement grew as we sold 19,868,-
OOO inches of Christmas paper for
the Junior-Senior Prom. The magic
night came . . . April 20. Aching
backs, blistered feet, and dirty hands
were forgotten in the thrill of that
ing music and HllVl. As our junior
year ended we became aware of the
closeness of our senior year.
There's still so much to do, so
much to see and just one more year.
LEFT: A junior's half-filled, half-
empty locker. lt symbolizes what
has been and what is still to be.
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Ora Lee Brown
Juniors Were "Midd1emen" of Large Student Body
Juniors are always stuck in the middle, but Vicki lVlclVlillan
finds it pleasing to be between Frank Hartman and Juddy Carter
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Juniors Turned Salesmen to Raise Prom Funds
Robert Scott has Peggy Eaton all wrapped up in the Junior class's Christmas paper project.
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Long Hours of Tcdious Work Went into Preparing
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ABOVE: Step - "l give up" -
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English Term Papers
Jean Ann Mull
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Juniors Acquired First Taste of Seniority
Choosing which class ring proved one of the most momentous decisions of the junior year
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Juniors Worked Hard on Decorations for thc Prom
Hard-working juniors head to the gym
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Jo Ann Weaver
We Closed This Year Happily and Looked Forward
FAR LEFT: Jim Roundtree, president
BOTTOM LEFT: Richard Ivlartineau, vice-president
BOTTOM: Susan Cannon, secretary
BELOW: Barbara Alvarez, treasurer
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being the lovv man. Getting used to
a much larger school, and the TA
being at the wrong end of the cam-
pus, all became part of the begin-
ning of school.
They went through the tough work
of provisional period in order to be
admitted into clubs. They began to
realize the wide span of opportun-
ity at GHS and enthusiastically took
As the year ended, the only thing
on their minds was Sophomore Frol-
ics-vvhat theme, when, and whom
to ask. Hard vvork and the time spent
made for a spectacular dance-
Sophomore Frolics '67.
Afterwards, they realized hovv near
the end of the year was. They had
assumed responsibility, overcome
many difficulties, had a great time
and proved to be an outstanding
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and Whit Courtney appear lost.
Judy Robinson, Ann Cowles, Darrell Steward
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Jo Ann Calaway
Mattie Sue Carter
Bo Bo Cawthon
Sharon Ann Davis
Sophomorcs Acquired Much Harder Work Along
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i Page Elmore
Bar Bee Emmel
TA Trafhc: Pamcgkcd Sophomorcs
The TA rush is too much for Vince Gallagher to take as he gazes in fright
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Elections Gave Sophomores Ins1ght into Democrauc
Principles and Practices
"Up a little bit. . . no, more to the
that's it," says Susan Cannon.
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Membershlp 1n Many Clubs Interested Sophomores
"Which club should I join? Greg Tate and Linda Mauidin seem to be pulled In many directions
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Kay De Lotte
Frequent Uppcrclassmen Tcasmg Made L1fe M1scrab1e
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The Select Few, Who Turned 16, Stopped Walkmg
One of the lucky ones-Danny Shires proudly waves
his driver's license.
Locky Jo Sherman
Gretchen Ten Eyck
Frcnzicd Excitement Was Mmglcd Wlth Unccrtamucs
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Mary Ann Ward
Ruth Jane Watts
Willie Earl Williams
Sophomorcs Thrilled to a Rock-Out Time at Frohcs
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Well, yes . . . if my mother'll let me . ..
just a sec . . . let me ask her . .
SHE SAID YES!
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Waiting, tension - that's typical Frolic
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1966-67 became a banner year
for the GHS sports program.
A gung-ho football squad fought
through its most controversial year to
turn in a winning season.
Led by returning lettermen, the
"round-ball boys" drew new inter-
est to basketball. Teamwork and
spirited play were the key words as
the Canes emerged victorious time
Practice began early in the year
for Spring Sports participants. Swim-
mers plunged daily into frigid waters.
The tennis and golf teams gained
victories early in the new year. Track
produced new stars to compete for
honors throughout the state. With
high averages and Cane spirit, GHS
diamond men faced opponents.
For sports it was a good year filled
with enthusiasm and pride for GHS.
Canes Posted a 5-4-1
FIRST ROW: Dick Cummings, Jim Madden, Jay Lucius, Bert
Ayers, Steve Hall,CeciI Talbot, Billy Latsko, Tommy Hicks, Rocky
Chitty, John Gocek, Dale Davis. SECOND ROW: Dale Lee, Jim
Forsman, Mike Primo, Herbie Bohannan, Roland Davis, La Rue
Lackey, Tommy Hanssen, Kirby Green, Tommy Davis, Bice Hope,
Tommy Gassett, Coleman Stipanovich, Mario Balsamo. THIRD
ROW: Steve Jolley, Rex Robinson, Bob Brackin, Buddy Carroll,
James Anderson, Alan Spear, Len Fuller, Johnny Jackson, Pat
Dauphinee, Billy Williams, Jack Phillips, Eddie Pletner. FOURTH
ROW: Harvey Tindall, Jim Niblack, Marvin Sullivan, Walter Hill,
Bobby Brown, Dale Register, Allen Reaves, Joe Anderson, Eddie
McAshan, Clifford Broyles, Richard Kensler. FIFTH ROW: Isaac
Williams, Buddy Joseph, Laurie Vidal, Larry Sheffield, Vernon
McDaniel, Charlie Outlaw, Tim Good, Willie Rentz, Frank Smith,
Russell Clemmons, Mike Powell, Jimmy Roundtree, Larry Sanders,
I GHS Opponent I
26 Jax Lee 6
6 Pensacola 6 I
14 Greenwood 26
I 26 Edgewater 12
T 40 Sarasota 7
Co-captain, La Rue Lackey. I
14 Panama Bay 20
LEFT: Co-captain Tommy Hanssen. - I
1 10 Pompano 14
20 Mainland 21
14 Ocala 13
I 27 Leon 21
Record to Produce aW1nning Season"
Head Coach Jim Niblack was look-
ing forward to a prosperous year.
The Jax victory gave Gainesville high
hopes, and after tying Pensacola,
number five in the state, the Canes
traveled 365 miles to challenge the
number one team in South Carolina.
Although the game ended in dis-
couragment as one great Hurricane
team played its heart out striving
to outplay Greenwood, the Canes re-
turned to home field to defeat Edge-
water. Downstate they made a
name for themselves as they mas-
sacred the Sarasota Sailors.
Disappointment, because of dis-
ciplinary action, struck, and for the
next three games the team played
withouttwelve Canes. Readjustments
were made, and those second-half
comebacks thrilled spectators. The
coaches then asked for 'la winning
season." The fighting Hurricanes re-
plied with two straight wins over
rivalsOcala and Leon.Stilla"reaIfine
team," the Canes pulled through with
a 5-4-1 record.
KNEELING: Wesley Dicks, Hurly Manning,
Jack Jones, Fred Goldsmith. STANDING:
Gene Roberts, Laurin Giannamore, Jim
Niblack, Garnie Hatch, Fritchie Smith.
LEFT: Head Coach Jim Niblack receives
vital information from the press box spot-
ters during a game.
JACKSONVILLE - Over 500 fans
witnessed an all-out Cane effort as
the Hurricanes forced Jax Lee to a
26-6 loss. With the tandem effort of
Tommy Hanssen and Allan Spear,
the Canes displayed a brillant of-
fensive attack. Not to be outdone,
the defense struck back, holding Lee
to a mere six points.
The Gator Bowl romp began early
as Gainesville took the ball on its
own 40, and within eight plays
marched the length of the field for
the first touchdown. Minutes later
a Lee fumble set up the second TD.
The combined offensive talent of
Spear, Hanssen, and lVlcAshan drove
the pigskin the remaining 29 yds. to
the score. A break deep in Lee ter-
ritoryand a three yd. dash by Sanders
ended another drive and set the
score at 19-0 at the half.
The second half again found
Gainesville completely dominating
the Generals. Coleman Stipanovich
tacked on six more points to end
Cane scoring. Throughout the game
the Headhunters exhibited an out-
standing performance, allowing the
Generals to score only in fading mo-
Canes Crushed Lee in Gator Bowl Opening
Coleman Stipanovich "calms" crowd
after long gain.
RIGHT: Laurie Vidal's worried look
reflects field action.
TDP: Elusive Eddie finds his way
down the sideline for a sizeable
By Score of 26-6
GAINESVILLE - Compromising is
not the best way to solve a dispute,
but it beats losing. Fifth-ranked
Canes, led by sophomore sensation
Eddie lVIcAshan, came from behind,
with minutes left in the game, to
tie a fired-up squad of Tigers. A not-
so-thrilling first half climaxed by a
40 yd. TD run that was nullified by
an offsides penalty, ended in a score-
Pensacola took the ensuing kick-
off on their own 27 yd. line from
where they unleashed their powerful
running attack which rolled up four
consecutive first downs, for a total of
72 yds. and six points.
A flurry of offensive action which
included the losses of three fumbles
exchanged the ball several times be-
fore Gainesville was able to complete
two passes good for 53 yds. to leave
them on the Tiger's six yd. line. A
momentary setback caused by anoth-
er exchange of fumbles did little but
temporarily delay the Canes as they
drove in for the score with less than
four minutes remaining in the game.
McDanielI nails Pensacola halfback
for a short gain.
LEFT: Allan Spear pauses during
a lull of action.
LEFT CENTER: Bert Ayers takes a
RIGHT CENTER: Dale Register
views play from sideline.
TUP: Hanssen bulls his way
Canes Bowcd to Strong Greenwood Rival
Bice Hope takes a moment of
rest on the sideline.
RIGHT: Junior end Charlie Outlaw
hauls in long bomb.
TUP: Larry Sanders brings
down stiff opponent.
GREENWOOD, S.C. - Greenwood
handed the Purple Hurricanes their
first loss of the season, 26-14, before
a handful of loyal Floridians. Penal-
ties harrassed the Canes at every
turn. Two touchdowns and nearly
200 yds. were called against them.
Greenwood turned two intercep-
tions into touchdowns while holding
Gainesville to a mere 15 yds. on the
ground to go ahead 12-O in the first
Gainesville scored in the second
period as Tommy Hanssen plunged
in from two yds. to climax a 65 yd.
drive. The Emeralds took advantage
of a 55 yd. punt and a 43 yd. run to
gain a 19-7 halftime lead.
GHS marched 52 yds. to score in
the third period following a fumble
recovery by Allan Spear on the
Greenwood, undaunted, gathered
in the ensuing kickoff and rambled
85 yds. in four plays to put the
game on ice.
Early in the Season
GAINESVILLE - The Purple Hur-
ricanes posted their second win of
the season, as they defeated Orlan-
do Edgewarter, 26-12.
The first score went up on the
GHS side of the board late in the
opening period as the Canes drove
from deep in their own territory to
score in seven plays, following a
strategic fumble recovery. The PAT
failed and GHS took a slim 6-O lead.
The Canes scored again in the
following quarter as Allan Spear
plunged over right guard.
GHS fumbled a punt on their own
two yd. line, where an alert Eagle
defender quickly recovered it. Or-
lando promptly scored with 25 sec-
onds remaining to be played in the
first half, to make the score 13-6.
Late in the third period, Edgewater
raised their score to within one point
of GHS's on the merit of a fake punt.
Two final scores in the fourth
period, left the score at 26-12.
Hanssen turns corner for 96 yd.
TOP: McAshan stacks up three
TOP: On end-sweep, McAshan goes for
a first down.
Complete bedlam? No, a Sail-
or trying to gain.
RIGHT: Johnny Jackson, Cane defender,
prepares to block a Tornado.
Pressure Was Culminated as Canes Faced
SARASOTA - Keying on the run-
ning of Tommy Hanssen and Alan
Spear, GHS trampled Sarasota, rol-
ling out 500 yds. of offense.
The Canes scored twice in the
first period. Gainesville took only
three plays to score in the second
quarter after a bad snap from the
center forced the Sailors to surren-
der the ball on the 50. Sarasota's
single score came on a 52 yd. pass
play with only seconds left in the
A recovery on the Sarasota 3 set
up the fourth TD early in the third
period. The Canes made many of-
fensive mistakes, but snapped back
to score the final two tallies to 40-7,
and the record at 3-1-1.
GAINESVILLE - A last minute
rally by GHS fell short, as Panama
posted a 20-14 victory. GHS, after
spotting Panama 20 pts. in the first
half, retired with visions of a second
And comeback they did, as they
stormed within six points of the
Tornadoes' and almost pulled out a
GHS's first score came on two
plays covering 88 yds. The final
score came midway through the
fourth period as lVlcAshan connected
for 73 yds. lVlcAshan hit Hanssen
for a first at the Bay 16. Then the
Tornadoes toughened up, holdingthe
Canes to insure the win.
POMPANO - GHS, unable to de-
liver the winning punch, after num-
erous long drives, dropped a hard-
fought battle to the Golden Eagles
of Pompano 14-10.
Not able to go in for six points,
the Canes settled for three, via a
20 yd. field goal by Allen Reeves to
take a lead. A grinding Pompano of-
fense then proceeded to tack on 14
pts. in the remaining minutes of
the first half.
NlcAshan took the ball in for the
second GHS score climaxing a 66
yd. drive. This proved to be the final
score of the game.
v Y Running room? There is
5 none as the Canes stop the Tornadoes
LEFT: Tommy Gassett-sidelined
FAR LEFT: lunior end Jack Phillips
heads for paydirt.
QB McAshan momentarily
overlooks the line before bark-
ing play signals.
TOP: Spear exhibits that "extra
RIGHT: Charlie Outlaw voices
encouragement to the field.
with a Disappointing
GAINESVILLE - A 90 yd. pass
play in the closing minutes of the
game ruined a perfect Homecoming
for Cane fans.
The Daytona Bucs scored first,
but an intercepted pass on the Canes'
15 set up a GHS TD early in the sec-
ond quarter. At the close of the
first half, the Bucs picked off a Cane
pass and three plays later completed
a 24 yd. pass to maintain a 14-7 half-
GHS dominated play in the third
period, scoring two touchdowns to
take their only lead of the game.
The fourth quarter was an ex-
change of punts, and with only sec-
onds left, Nlainland bombed in a pass
to defeat the Hurricanes 21-20.
OCALA - A capacity crowd at
Webb Stadium looked on as the
Canes edged by arch-rival Ocala, 14-
13. Neither team was able to go
ahead in the first half as they bat-
tled to a 7-7 deadlock.
Early in the third period Ocala
scored to climax a 60 yd. drive as
Pennuto carried the ball in from the
1. The PAT was missed. Defensive
guard Willie Rentz sparked the come-
from-behind victory when he picked
up an Ocala fumble on the five and
zipped to score.
Ocala led the whole game and a
fantastic defensive effort on the part
of Buddy Carrell stifled their last
scoring effort as he blocked a field
goal in the closing moments of play.
their record to 5-4-1 as they defeated
Gathering in the opening kick, the
Canes drove 65 yds. for six pts. The
Lions fought back to leave the score
tied at the end of the first period.
A 70 yd. pass play and a key in-
terception, both good for TD's, raised
the Canes to a 21-7 halftime lead.
The Lions drove 77 yds. to pull
within 7 pts. of GHS in the second
Gainesville, taking the ball on
their own 40, scored their final tally.
ln the closing seconds of the game
Leon scored again, all to no avail
as the Canes remained victorius in
the final game of the season.
Fourth - Quarter Finish L
FAR LEFT: Eddie lVIcAshan stops to spot a receiver.
BOTTOM LEFT: Coach Jones relays
field information to
LEFT: Rex Robinson helps load the
Canes onto the field after halftime.
l BOTTOM: Jack Phillips spots ball
I after whistle has blown.
so l .
Junior Varsity Football
White Gunga Dins Earned First Place Title
Purple JV: FIRST ROW: John Jordan, Wilson Gillett, Larry Cobb,
Carl Holland, Joe Bolton, Gary Martin, Woody James, David Deas,
Billy Keith, Garron Patton. SECOND ROW: Dennis Norton, Chris
Wilmot, Darrell Stewart, Whit Courtney, Danny Shires, Tommy
Barren, Mark Buel, DannyRoberts, Jerry Crenshaw, John Martin,
Dwayne Lansbury, John Dulaney. THIRD ROW: Bob Weathering-
ton, Bill Mason, Chuck Arnold, Larry Smith, Stan White, Jim
Barkley, Richard Squires, Melvin Scott, Marty Ashley, Curtis
Holder, Hague Bryan.
White JV: FIRST ROW: Gary Zetrouer, Kim Christiansen, Warren
Goodwin, Phil Crosby, Randy Maltby, David Mountain, Tim Hender-
son, Than Jones, Jimmy Painter, Richard Martin. SECOND ROW:
John Price, Don McPherson, Ruddy Dixon, Tod Rainsberger,
Lonnie Voughn, John Kidwell, Bert Crosby, Craig Gassett, John
Myers, Nathaniel Williams, Dickie Wiggly, Rickie Plettner.
THIRD ROW: Pat Carr, Tommy Rodgers, Steve Pearson, Charles
Shorter, Gary McCranie, Scotty Womeldurf, Richard Luca, Frank
Coleman, David Spinx, David Cross.
in Junior Varsity Competition
Over 100 competitors at the JV
level gave the coaching staff visions
of future victories on the varsity
level as these boys developed ability,
speed, and power through practice
and field action.
Led by Kim Christiansen, John
Kidwell, and Nathaniel Williams, the
White team earned the first place
title in JV competition for the second
straight year. Gaining second place '
honors was the Purple team, leaving
the Gold team with third place.
Coaches Hatch, Goldsmith, and
Roberts trained the White, Purple,
and Gold teams. This year the teams
scrimmaged among themselves and
also traveledto outlying areasto com-
pete with other junior varsities. Haw-
thorne, Newberry, and Santa Fe were
defeated by each team as the baby
Canes began to show the traditional
TOP: Garnie Hatch
LEFT: Gene Roberts
Gold JV: FIRST ROW: David Cannon, Mike Gardner, Ernest
Triaz, John Fuller, Wade Melton, Les Miller, Robert Hardy, Mike
Harper, Raymond Cutts, Greg Davis.SECOND ROW: Tommy White,
Charles King, John Stanley, Mark Proctor, Greg Benz, Juddy
Carter, Buddy Ward, Jim McCombs, Fred Nobles, Chip Tyre,
Eugene Bessett. THIRD ROW: Joe Teague, Dennis Druash, Gary
Land, Joe Sommese, Bob Roberts, Evans Smith, Don Morrison,
Tom Wood, Richard Martineau, Eddie Wood. FOURTH ROW:
George Michaels, Mitch McCallum, Duke Pinner, Vince Gallagher,
Dana Snider, Terry Rankin, John Adams, Greg Tate, Kenny
Mighty Cane Quintet Ended Season with
KNEELINGI Dean 5355, LSVW Sanders, Tom nett, Joe Zehner, Charles Johnwick, Jerry Raymond Robbins, Rick Stevens, Brad
Dulaney, Jack Ryals. STANDING: Rick Ben- Smith, Frank Hartman, Andy Strickland, Wagner, NOT PiCTUREDi Jimmy Chestnut,
and Frank Hartman
16-6 Qvcrall Record
1966-67 - This was a highly suc-
cessful year for basketball at GHS
with a 16-6 record. Coach Garnie
Hatch began practice in September,
submitting to his team six goals to
strive for during the season.
Cagers early smashed area oppo-
nents, P. K. Yonge and Santa Fe,
and then went on to defeat Engle-
wood. The first loss of the season
went to a rough squad of Ocala
The Canes traveled to Jacksonville
for the Fletcher Holiday Tournament,
dropping the opening game to Flet-
cher, but they bounced back the fol-
lowing night. Defeating the Engle-
wood Rams, the Canes brought
home the Tournament Consolation
Trophy. Early in 1967, the team
racked up three straight victories
over Seabreeze, Paxon, and Engle-
Unexpected losses to Evans and
Mainland placed the Cane record at
7-4 by mid-season play. Victories were
recorded as Forrest and Wolfson both
fell to the Canes. A powerful Co-
coa squad forced the Canes to drop
one, but they came back to win over
Palatka, Seabreeze, Leesburg, and
Forrest. Then came the cries, "All
the way to State!" Staunch support-
ers crowded the home gym and fol-
lowed the cagers on the road. The
student body had high hopes of
winning a first State Championship
for GHS but the district tournament
ended in a disappointing over-time
loss. Still, GHS students chanted
"Those Canes are really GREAT."
TOP: Head Coach Garnie Hatch
Sideline help: Timekeeper, Wesley Dicks,
Reporter, Joe Haberstein, Managers Ran Law,
Chip Tyre, and Keith McKinney.
BASKETBITI. SCOREBOARD -I
GHS Opponent -
79 P. K. Yonge 39
76 Santa Fe 42 I
49 Englewood 75
65 Ocala 72
56 Fletcher 58
55 Englewood 43
55 Seabreeze 58
63 Paxon 50
55 Englewood 48
43 Evans 47
52 Mainland 55
59 Forrest 37
55 Wolfson 47
40 Cocoa 42
69 Edgewater 34
47 Mainland 44
50 Ocala 45
73 Seabreeze 54
50 Leesburg 43
82 Palatka 48
55 Forrest 41
54 Ocala 57
Canes Began Season
P.K. YONGE: The Hurricanes started
with a bang by defeating PKY in the
season opener. After overcoming a
brief span of opening game jitters,
Hartman and Strickland knocked the
bottom out of the basket by scoring
24 points and 16 points respectively.
Gainesville pulled to a convincing
35-17 half-time lead. A tremendous
offensive onslaught followed in the
second halfasthe game ended 79-39.
SANTE FE: Hartman, scoring 19
points, Smith scoring 18 points,
Strickland with 16 points, and lVlc-
Ashan with 11 led a balanced attack
of four men in double figures. This
was more than enough to put the
icing on their second win, as Gaines-
ville left the Rebels windless after
the 76-42 onslaught. The victory
brought the record to 2-O.
with Winning Streak
ENGLEWOOD: Gainesville Hurri-
canes were successful on the first
away-from-home encounter as they
continued winning to chalk up their
third win of the season over the
Englewood Rams. Paced by Strick-
land and lVlcAshan with 14 and 13
points respectively, the Canes led
throughout the game, and broke the
scoring open in the final quarter
with 13 points for a 49-35 victory.
OCALA: A game filled with rivalry
and excitement ended in disappoint-
ment as GHS faced Ocala. Jerry
Smith, Frank Hartman, and Andy
Strickland paced the Canes with
19, 18, and 17 points respectively in
a losing effort as Gainesville dropped
its first game of the season to a
fired-up Wildcat quintet. As the final
buzzer sounded the Canes were seven
points down, and the score 72-75.
FAR LEFT: Santa Fe's defense fails
as Frank Hartman bombs one in.
FAR CENTER: A setup, and then two
for senior Andy Strickland.
FAR BOTTOM: Reserve team follows
TOP: NlcAshan looks for receiver
amid maze of defenders.
LEFT: Rick Bennett gets control of
ball to start another drive.
BOTTOM: "Whats this? l'm not
playing according to the rules?"
questions Rick Stevens.
Hurricanes Had Ups and Downs for Count
FLETCHER: The Canes dropped their
opening game of the Fletcher Holi-
day Classic to Fletcher. It was a close
fought battle all the way, and after
a sloppy first half, GHS fought to
within two points of the Senators in
the final tally with a score of 42-40.
ENGLEWOOD: GHS racked up a
victory over Englewood to come home
with the Fletcher Tournament Con-
solation Trophy. Scoring in the first
half was due to large point outputs
by Strickland and Hartman. Reserves
saw fourth quarter action and ended
the game with a score of 55-43.
SEABREEZE: Cagers performed su-
perbly to lead GHS to a 65-58 win.
After taking an early lead, the Canes
had to fight to keep it, but regained
the point advantage in the second
half and went on to take the game.
PAXON: The Canes took an early
lead on home court to defeat Paxon
63-50. By shooting out of the Paxon
zone defense, GHS bombed in points.
Gainesville kept the lead the entire
FORREST-The Canes notched their
eighth victory as they rolled over
annual rival Forrest Rebels of Jack-
sonville. Gainesville jumped off to a
six point lead as a stiff man-to-man
defense stunned Forrest High. The
Hurricanes refused to let up the
pressure in a contest that was never
close. The bench was cleared as a
total of 9 men succeeded in scoring
for the Canes. The game ended with
the Canes on top, 59-37.
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can mean either victory or
RIGHT: Down court and alone, Frank
Hartman scored for the Canes.
TOP: The ball goes up for grabs as
Canes scramble for recovery.
of 7-4 by Mid-season
Frank Hartman eluded defender to pump
in another two points.
LEFT: Junior Larry Sanders pivots in
search of an open receiver.
RIGHT: A whistle -a jump, Hartman leaps
BOTTOM: Smith, Hartman, and McAshan
all help to score for the Canes.
Sophomore Eddie McAshan grabs that
ball for a Cane rebound.
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Record Stood at 9-4
WOLFSON - The Hurricanes
chalked up their ninth victory as they
rambled almost unmolested for 65
points, clobbering .lax Wolfson in the
process. A tough defense held Wolf-
son to 16 points in the first half,
while the Canes offense led by the
terrific trio of Hartman, McAshan
and Strickland, pumped in 27 points.
The final period ended in a flurry
of scoring as GHS pulled out another
COCOA- Led by Frank Hartman, the
Canes dropped a hard-fought battle
to perennial state power-house
Cocoa. The half time score found
the Canes three points down, but
GHS fought on even terms with the
Tigers to match Cocoa's scoring of
12 points in the third quarter. The
fourth period kept all fans in sus-
pense as Hartman tied the game
twice with less than two minutes
remaining, but fouls in the last few
seconds left the final score Cocoa 42,
EDGEWATER - A strong start
found the Canes with a 19-8 lead in
the first quarter of play. Dean Bass,
sophomore starter, and Frank Hart-
man led the Canes ina defensive dem-
Before Cocoa Loss
onstration as GHS used man-to-man
defense to hold the Eagles. Although
playing under a height disadvantage,
the Canes took control of both
boards with superior rebounding.
The reserve team took over the court
in the last quarter to finish off the
MAINLAND - Canes survived the
test as they hung on to victory, scor-
ing 9 points, all on free throws, in
the fourth quarter to capture their
11th victory of the season. Paced by
Hartman and Strickland, with 18
and 16 points respectively, GHS was
able to maintain the margin neces-
sary for victory, as they ended up on
top 47-44 to up their seasonal record
to a solid 11 wins to five losses.
OCALA - Electrifying Canes fin-
ished strong, outscoring the Cats by
14 points in the second half for a
60-45 victory. Paced by the dynamic
duo, Strickland and Hartman with 17
and 14 points respectively, GHS
shocked Ocala with magnificent
floor play, picking up loose balls,
stealing numerous Ocala passes, and
clearing the boards offensively and
defensively for a much-sought-after
"Hey, get outta my way! yells
Frank Hartman to Mainland
LEFT: Jerry Smith passes the ball out
of the hands of defender to Cane,
TOP: Stevens Iobs in 2 points
for the Canes.
LEFT: Strickland pumps in a basket
an outside jump shot.
RIGHT: Tom Dulaney moves
out of defender's path.
Cagcrs Wound Up W1th 7 VICIOIICS
SEABREEZE - An early start for
the Canes put GHS upfora four point
lead at the beginning of the first
period. Seabreeze fought back, rais-
ing the score to 5-4, but Strickland
and Hartman came through with bas-
kets to end the first period 13-11 in
Crabs in the second period 17-12 and
left for the lockers at the half with
the Canes bombing in the points and
clearing the boards. Reserves from
the bench saw action early in the
fourth quarter. Still the Canes ap-
plied the pressure and outscored the
LEESBURG - The Canes pulled
out a squeaker, 50-43, as they over-
came a determined Yellowjacket
quintet which clung to the lead for
three complete quarters of play until
GHS staged a victorious comeback.
The Canesfound thewinningform,as
they hit 10 of 11 free throws in the
final quarter to place three men -
Hartman, Strickland, and lVlcAshan -
in double figures. All three had 13
points in the winning effort.
PALATKA - GHS trounced peren-
nial Class A rival Palatka, 82-48,
placing four men in the double figure
score column. Due to continuous hot
outside shooting by the Canes, GHS
completely dominated the game.
Andy Strickland took top honors with
17 points, followed by Frank Hartman
and Eddie NlcAshan with 16 each,
and .lack Ryals with 10.
FORREST - A "heads up" defense
made up for Hurricane floor mistakes
as GHS stuck Forrest with another
loss. Gainesville slowly ran up a mar-
gin of 13 points in the first half. Scor-
ing was headed by Harman with 17
points, and lVlcAshan with 14. During
the second half, the Canes hit half
their attempts from the floor and
TOP: Junior Jerry Smith racks up
two points from
RIGHT: Andy Strickland takes a
breather from court action.
FAR RIGHT: Starter Dean Bass
pumps one in from the outside.
GHS Lost to Ocala
DISTRICT TOURNAIVIENT - Hur-
ricane hopes for "State" were
dashed as the Gainesville quintet
dropped a close-fought battle to
arch-rival, Ocala, in the Group 5AA
Tournament opener. The fired-up
Wildcats bounced back from a sev-
en game losing streak to knock the
Canes out of contention for State
Honors. 1 I
Gainesville, seeded number one in
group competition, started strong
with an eight point lead, which was
cut in halt by the Wildcats as they
trailed the Canes by four at close of
the quarter 13-9.
The second quarter was the same
close game and, at the half, the Canes
left for the locker room one point
The Canes put on the pressure in
the second half, to outscore the Cats
by a margin of 12-9 at the quarter's
end. A "freeze" by the Canes with
one minute twenty seconds left end-
ed the ball game at a 51-51 tie. The
three-minute suspense filled over-
time brought disappointment as
fouls on the Ocala team placed the
score at 57-53, wiping out a chance
at the State Championship.
in Overtime Thriller
Smith and Stevens tangle for
control of ball.
TOP LEFT: IVIcAshan grabs another
rebound for the Canes.
LEFT: Stevens turns attention to
for a re
Roundtree vies for rebound amid
confusion under the basket.
TOP: John Dulaney breaks free for
an open layup.
RIGHT: Juddy Carter scrambles
bound against a duo of defenders.
All-Sophomore Team Gained 16-3 Record
Under a new policy instigated by
head basketball coach Garnie Hatch,
an all sophomore Baby Hurricane
Basketball team improved on last
year to gain a 16-3 record. They sus-
tained losses to powerhouses Sea-
breeze, Mainland, and Cocoa. A bal-
anced attack was the key to victory
as these boys gained valuable ex-
perience for next year's varsity play.
Coach Joe Fielding from Howard
Bishop Junior High School, made his
debut in fine fashion as he guided
the Canes through a tough schedule.
Juddy Carter, Jimmy Roundtree,
Todd Rainesburger, Johnny Dulaney
Jimmy Niblack, Ruddy Dixon, and
Carl Holland formed a seven man
starting line-up that fulfilled great
expectations to capture win after
FRONT ROW: Carl Holland, Robbie Bethel, Ruddy Dixon, Todd Jim McCombs, Juddy Carter, Jim Niblack, Jimmy Roundtree
Rainsberger, Nathaniel Williams, John Dulaney, Marinao Diaz, Albert Nelson, John Kidvvell, Gates Bryant.
George Rafferty. SECOND ROW: Richard Squires, Curtis Holder,
In spite of vigorous P. K. Yonge
effort, Jim Niblack knocks
ball in tipoff.
RIGHT: Jim Roundtree sets up for tvvo.
Jackson in action and
at sideline rest.
LEFT: No. 20, Strickland,
in a jump shot.
FAR LEFT: Hartman in the
style that netted an
amazing 413 game points.
Athletes Gained Honors and Recognition
Victories are won by team work,
but certain athletes merit recogni-
tion for individual effort and talent.
Honored for his accomplishments
in football this year, John Wayne
Jackson was named to All-Star, All-
Area, and All-Regional teams. He was
also named to the second All-State
Other Canes named to the All-Area
team were Laurie Vidal, Tommy
Hanssen, and LaRue Lackey.
Basketball Co-captains, Frank
Hartman and Andy Strickland - "lVlr.
Inside and lVlr. Outside" - led the
Canes to an outstanding 16-6 season-
al record. Hartman amassed a total
of 398 points during the season. He
was selected to play in the district
All Star game. Strickland averaged
13 points per game. Both earned first
Team All-Area honors,and Frank Hart-
man was named the outstanding bas-
ketball player in the area which en-
compasses over 20 teams.
Interest Was the Most Important Requirement
Players tangle for the ball amid
FAR TOP: G-Club in action against
the War Hawks.
TOP RIGHT: Vince Gallagher pumps
in for two.
Games Were Spiced with Unusual Antics
Lynn Martin aims forthe basket
in CBE-Gamma game as
teammate tries to help her.
TOP: Keyettes listen carefully
to coach's pre-game briefing.
RIGHT: Alpha girls vie for re-
Intramurals, headed by vice-
president Cissy Roundtree, and fac-
ulty sponsor lVlr. Al Strickland,
brought about new interests as ser-
vice clubs and independent organiza-
tions fought for much sought after
first-place honors in '67 inter-squad
Excitement prevailed when intra-
murals assisted the scholarship drive
in a fun-filled game when CBE, clad
in bikinis, took on Gamma. Key Club
challenged the faculty, and Alpha
and Keyettes met in their annual
Friendly rivalry kept action at top
speed as games frequently went into
overtime play. The season ended in
championship games between Gam-
ma and G-Club and Alpha and Key-
Scooter Gallagher bombs in two for
TOP: Tim Good jumps for tipoff.
LEFT: The ball is the most impor-
tant thing as teams fight for rebound.
BOTTOM RIGHT: E ' ...C ' '
rOOkQ'i'ffiZ2'fTQ at rraififlf Enthus1 asm Soared as Cane Cheerleaders
TOP RIGHT: Susan Hazen conveys exub-
erance over a play.
FAR RIGHT: Marcia Cobb leads students
in the traditional rebel yell.
Mary Haemmerlie begins a chant.
BELOW: Mary Haemmerliebeginsachant.
Mary Haemmerlie CCaptainJ. Kathy McGee, Claudia Musgrave Beth Ayers, Beth Graves, Susan Hazen, CCo-captainl, Betsy Black CAlternateJ
Marcia Cobb. Jo Ponzio.
Encouraged GHS- Spirit
Expounding, exploding, alive with
Hurricane spirit, the Gainesville High
cheerleaders instilled pride and pep
in all students, as this year school
spirit climbed to new heights.
These nine girls spent hours on
money-making projects, working as
carhops at Frisch's, having a bake
sale, washing cars, and sponsoring
the annual "Back To School" dance.
These combined profits enabled the
girls to follow the teams to the
many out-of-town games and tourn-
To bolster spirit away from home,
they sponsored a pep bus to Green-
wood, S.C., 365 miles away. Pep
rallies were often spiced with cheer-
leader stunts and skits, and cheer-
ing on tables became a necessary
The cheerleaders have rated "su-
perior" with opposing cohorts by
inviting them to dinner before the
game and encouraging good sports-
manship among visiting teams.
True Hurricane fans, following,
supporting, helping the Canes, the
GHS cheerleaders symbolized school
Kathy McGee and Betsy Black perform
at Storm Warning.
RIGHT: A flash of red and black . ..
Beth Graves leads the Hurricane
team onto the field.
FAR RIGHT: Jo Ponzio lends pep
to a band yell.
I V Cheerleaders
J V Cheerleaders Formed Three Squads .
White Squad, TOP ROW: DeeDee Esposito, Ro-
bina Eng. BOTTOM ROW: Theresa Harrison,
Kathy Helton, Lynn Fagan.
Gold Squad: Paige Elmore, Donna Elinson, Daryl
Crow, Francis Powell, Lynn Myking.
Junior Varsity cheerleaders
spent a year learning through
experience. They followed their
teams, as the Purple, White,
and Gold squads began playing
out-of-town games in addition
to their inter - squad scrim-
mages. The girls encouraged
their teams to strive for victory.
Susan Hazen, injured varsity
cheerleader, served as sponsor
for most of the year. The girls
participated in all varsity proj-
ects, and worked on some of
their own. Decorating the goal-
posts, raising the American flag
at home games, and handing
out programs at pep rallies
were their chores.
At National Cheerleading
Clinic, all three squads rated
excellent. New uniforms were
purchased this year, introduc-
ing a new gold cheerleading
outfit at GHS.
Homecoming brought thrills
to the girls. For the first time
they cheered in front of the en-
tire student body. They par-
ticipated in Storm Warning,
cheered at the game, and were
invited to the pre-game dinner.
Three cars filled with vivacious
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DeeDee Esposito, Lynn Myking, and
Sally McVay, programs in hand,
patiently await the bell signify-
ing the beginning of the Pep Rally.
UPPER LEFT: Mrs. Helen Andersen, cheer-
leading sponsor, a model of ded-
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Harriers Placed 12th in State-wide Meet Without Full Complement
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Emery Swearington and Mike Godey
follow the course.
RIGHT: "They went that-a-way!"
With only fourteam members run-
ning, GHS harriers took 12th in a
field of 40 teams in the state-wide
cross-country meet in Ft. Lauderdale
November 19. Individual runners
placed high - 22, 36, 53, and 66 -
against a total of 240. However, sub-
stitution of a non-practiced runner
to make the team total raised the
The season began with unofficial
meets against Paxon and Eau Gallie
in which Stanely Backus placed 3rd
and 5th. In the second meet, Roger
Backus was 7th, Mike Godey was
8th and Emery Swaringen was 9th.
Running a 2-mile course against
Starke, Stanely copped a first with
10:10, Roger a second with 10:12-3:5
and Mike a third with 10:18.
Practice Began Early for Season Teams
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Even before the budding trees and
blossoming shrubs -the harbingers
of spring each year - sports teams
were on the diamond, the cinder
track, the first tee, the courts, and in
Lack of schoolfacilities forced ath-
letes and coaches to spread out over
the community for practice areas.
Golfers teed off at the Country Club,
the track team was at the Univ. of
Fla. Swimmers used Howard John-
son's pool and the tennis team
played on courts at North Westwood
Individual and team records in
swimming, baseball, and track were
made and spring sports became
more popular than ever before.
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Lettermen Returned to Lead Track Team
FRONT ROW: David Wilson, John Martin, Gary Butts, Roger Backus,
Emery Swearingen, Bruce Tinney, Mike Godey, John Price, Mike
Freeman, Dennis Durash. SECOND ROW: Than Jones, Brad
Stevens, Randy Jones, Marvin Rogers, Johnny Gocek, Nathaniel
Williams, Gary Zetrourer, Richard Kensler. THIRD ROW: Ken May,
An experienced Gainesville High
Track team, paced by returning ju- .. -
Jack Phillips, Buddy Carrell, Vernon McDaniell, Tommy Gas-
sett, Coleman Stipanovich, LaRue Lackey, Charlie Outlaw, James
Anderson, Wayne Castell, Mario Balsamo, Chad Waters, Larry
Sheppard, willie Rentz.
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competition. Hurdles, sprinters, shot
putters, and high jump men, all de-
veloped into cindermen, striving to
set new records for individual and
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from starting mark.
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dash with a burst of speed.
LEFT: LaRue Lackey clears the bar
in a 6'1" high jump.
BOTTOM LEFT: Strength and determina
tion - necessities that Coleman Stipano
vich uses to put the shot.
Hustle Was the Key
FIRST ROW: Jamie Stakely. SECOND ROW: Robby Bethel, Teddy George, John Whitford, Larry Sandeter, Helmet Hegen, Dale Pendley.
Jamie Stakely stretches for a low, GHS tennis team, coached by lVlrs.
fofehand Yetum- James Stakely, brought new honors
to Gainesville. Rosemary Threatte,
RIGHT: Rosemary Threatte smashes C0-Captain, W35 rated tenth best ten'
an eXDef1 Serve- nis player in the state. Twelve return-
ing Iettermen urged inexperienced
members to strive for excellence and
led the team into competition with
agility and ability.
to Ncttcfs Success
FRONT ROW: Rosemary Threatte, Kitty Bradshaw, Janie Tiller,
Graham, Susan Howard, Colny Welch, Jeannie Puckett.
Patty Potter. S ECO N D
A jump of excitement over the net . . .
HI won!" exclaims John Whitford.
TOP LEFT: "Now where's the hole that
that ball went through?" queries
FAR LEFT: Rosemaw Threatte, Co-
LEFT: Jamie Stakely, Co-captain.
ROW: Jenny James, Anice Fillingin, Barbara
Inexperienced Team Made Determined Bid
GOLF TEAM: Robed Merkle, Steed Roundtree, Ralph Losey, Gordon Harrison, Chuck Guinn, Rick Stevens.
"Well, at least I can hit the sand."
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The GHS Golf Team came on
strong in '67, making a determined
bid to better last year's excellent rec-
ord. Led by the single returning letter-
man, Ricky Stevens, an otherwise
all rookie team ground out an im-
pressive record, with high hopes for
state honors. Daily practice sessions
at the Gainesville Country Club low-
ered those all-important score cards
and provided opportunity for inter-
Coach Jones devised a unique
method of selecting a new first man
for each match to encourage in-
dividual impetus.Agre-atteam carried
on the GHS athletic tradition under
the leadership of Coach Jack Jones.
Ricky Stevens senior letterman con
centrates to line up an important putt
TOP LEFT: Chuck Guinn watches his putt
drop in as Steed Roundtree applauds.
LEFT: Others may have a rabbit's foot
or a lucky coin, but Ralph Losey has
Tankcrs Faced Frigid Water in Winter
RIGHT: Bill Harlan glides through
the water as he practices the back-
BELOW: Jim Perkins strokes away the
distance as he completes his leg of
the four man medley relay.
FAR RIGHT: Jim Perkins, Co-captain.
MIDDLE: Bice Hope, Co-captain.
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Harlan, Joe Summers, John Scafuti. SECOND ROW: Coach Roos, Jack Sanborn, Bice Hope, Coach Jones.
to Win Laurels
FIRST ROW: Lynn Fagan, Susan Cannon, Kay Bourgeois, Vickie Jack Jones, Debbie Elliott, Dawn Shea, Judy Weseman, Daryl
Krezdorn, Carol Hanes, Nell Perkins, Margaret Feenan, Cindy Crow, Donna Eiienson, Lu Dixon, Libby Jenkins, Christie Oetter,
Clardy, Billie Kidwell, Kay Keel, Manager. SECOND ROW: Coach Dixie Cox, Jo Ponzio, Donna Middleton, manager.
Hurricane swimmers showed great
desire as they braved the cold north
winds, with high hopes of setting
school and individual records. With
the use of Howard Joh nson's pool, the
Canes divided into two groups due
to space limitations. The four men
medley team composed of Robert
Scott, John Scafuti, Jimmy Perkins,
and Bice Hope won fourth place in
the Southeastern conference meet.
Individuals participating as a team
set new records, bringing honors to
LEFT: Lu Dixon, Co-captain.
BOTTOM LEFT: Dawn Shea, Co-captain.
FAR LEFT: Skill, poise, and concentra-
tion, are displayed as Jeff Montgomery
prepares for a dive.
Cane Nine Sparkled to End a Great Year
Dale Davis goes to first the hard
way as he completes the double play.
RIGHT: Allen Reeves calmly awaits
the delivery in intersquad game.
FAR RIGHT: Kirby Green returns to
third to find Allan Spear waiting
with the ball.
BOTTOM: Batter eyes pitcher, during
the tense moments between the
delivery and swing.
Hurricane baseball boys embarked
upon a new season with high hopes
of an undefeated state champion
team. Highly regarded diamond men,
with the assistance of a new back-
stop and a new batting cage, gained
valuable game experience in pre-
games with the University of Florida
Freshmen, in which the Canes sus-
tained their first victory over the
Frosh, behind a three hitter by Larry
Coach Wesley Dicks, beginning his
fifth year as head baseball mentor,
boasted seven returning lettermen
in Larry Sheffield, Allan Spear, Bob
Brackin, Kirby Green, Dale Davis,
Len Fuller, and Allen Reeves.
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McAshan, Jim Steele, Allen Reeves, Larry Sheffield, Scooter
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the ball as he hammers it into the
LEFT: High in the air, Bob Brackin
snags a line drive.
FAR LEFT: Pitcher Larry Sheffield hurls
another strike towards the batters' box.
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Girls Added Color tO
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FIRST ROW: Debbie Neill, Candy Kuhr, Judy Kelly, Sharon Walker. Donald. THIRD ROW: at V ngmanl l I ,
Donna Pothier, Kathy Powell, Nina Geiger. SECOND ROW: Juana King, Jackie Killcoyne, Susan Black, Dixie Cox, Kathy Meerman
Land, Cathy Brown, Billy Kidwell, Judy Weseman, Shirley Nlc- H0nEy COFHDS, Ann Cowles-
One of the new organizations at
GHS this year was the Gym Team.
Composed of thirteen girls, the team
practiced weekly combining talent
to create routines and stunts which
were used in competition with the
other teams. As sponsor, lVlrs. Reese
continually helped to improve the
girls' poise and grace when
RIGHT: Jo Ponzio displays grace and
ability in a back handsprmg.
Organized in the early fall, the
Drill Team made its debut at the
first basketball game, December 10.
The girls performed a flag drill to
The "Star Spangled Banner" and
"The Air Patrol."
Twenty members presented oth-
er drills and pom-pom routines dur-
ing game halftimes throughout the
The girls bought and designed
original costumes and, with the aid
of Mrs. Shippey, faculty sponsor,
created drills and dances. They also
participated in the Christmas Pa-
SITTING: Linda Baisden, Libby Sealey,
Linda Lawton, Kay Delotte. STANDING
Bonnie Mountain, Carolyn Morrison, De-
borah Cook, Carolyn Mountain.
SITTING: Margaret Jones, Dorthea McKin-
ney, Christine Pinkeney, Milta Jones.
STANDING: Martha Bailey, Candy Kuhr,
Judy Hilliard, Cheryl Burge.
TOP LEFT: KNEELING: lst Lieutenant
Milta Jones, 2nd lieutenant, Libby Seal
ey. STANDING: Captain, Candy Kuhr, Ad
viser, Mrs. Deanna Shippey.
FA 'N A F
Gainesville has become one of
Florida's finest cities. Located in the
center of the South's fastest growing
state, the "University City" had much
to offer in 1967 to students and
Gainesville merchants purchased
advertisements in ourschool publica-
tions. They gave our students op-
portunities to earn money and to
experience the adult world. ln ad-
dition, they donated materials for
many school activities.
The students of GHS played a large
part in the community's growing
economy, They purchased 602, of
all records sold, 552, of all radios,
802, ofallfountainpens,and4O'X, of
all jewelry. Realizing their important
role in Gainesville's growth, GHS stu-
dents strove to prepare themselves to
take over in an adult society.
A triple-decker gourmet's delight,
a FRlSCH'S Big Boy will
satisfy any appetite, large or
small. Rusty Cannon likes
Big Boys for a snack or a meal,
Supporting the GHS
Purple Hurricanes, FRlSCH'S
allowed cheerleaders to serve
as carhops in order
to earn money for away trips.
and Betsy Black served Cokes and
Big Boys to customers
in the large drive-in area.
For prompt, efficient service
both inside and out,
eat at FRISCH'S BIG BOY, 2035
Northwest 13th Street.
In a word, FRISCH'S is Great.
LIPHAM MUSIC COMPANY,
in the Gainesville Shopping Center,
specializes in outfitting top
area bands. The Taxmen, the Epics,
and the Maundy Quintet chose
their guitars from such names as
Gibson, Fender, and Gretch.
They chose from a large
stock of Sure microphones and
Kustom sound cabinets. If
your band is just getting started,
or if your're an established
band in need of new equipment,
come in, look over, and
try out the equipment at LlPHAM'S.
Gary Williams and Elizabeth Clawson model
outfits chosen from WILSON'S DEPARTMENT STORE, 22 East University
avenue, Gary "goes mod" in a paisley shirt,
suede belt, and hip-hugger pants, chosen from the men's department.
From the second-floor women's department, Elizabeth
picked a simple suit appropriate for school, date, or church.
Add to your wardrobe today at WlLSON'S.
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Unlimited opportunities and exciting
careers await you,
the high school student at
555 SE 5th Ave. Linda Moore talks
with the home economist at the
Utilities Department and finds
that she can pick her spot of
interest whether it's home economics
or just any of the many other
opportunities available. She also
found out that working there
she can receive excellent pay and
a chance for rapid advancement.
Electric utilites needs YOU.
Visit the GAINESVILLE UTILITIES
lt's always good to have a little extra money on hand,
especially at Christmas time.
That's why lVlr. Ayers and lVlr. Cantrell encourage their daughters,
Beth and Clarkson, to deposit regularly
into a Christmas account at the FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 104 N. lVlain.
Save at FIRST NATIONAL and feel secure all year round.
The Gas Genie looks on as Kay
Adams cooks on clean, fast
natural gas supplied by the
GAINESVILLE GAS CO. Lo-
cated at 237 W. University Ave.,
GAINESVILLE GAS helps you
to cook, heat, and refrigerate
Girls always dream about canopy beds and furry stuffed animals. Betsy Oakley didn't just dream.
She went to HOME BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE COMPANY, 1703 North lvlain Street,
and found the perfect canopy bed. Throughout the large store there are hundreds of lovely pieces
of furniture just waiting to make your dreams come true, too.
When Bert Ayers works up a big
thirst, he quenches it
with a sparkling COC0-COLA.
COKE has the taste you never get
tired of, so when you get
thirsty, have an iced cold COKE.
Buy COKE in regular, king-size,
or half-quart bottles
from your Coca-Cola Bottling Co.,
929 East University Avenue.
When school is out, and appetites are large, Kathy Roberts, Jackie
Taylor, Page Elmore, and Barbie Emmel "putt putt to the PIZZA HUT." 1723
Southwest 13 Street. From the large menu, they can choose pizzas with
mushroom, pepperoni, sausage, mozzarella cheese, ground beef, or any com-
bination. The real Italian atmosphere and the hot, tangy pizzas themselves
combine to make every PIZZA HUT snack one that is unforgettably delicious.
Putt out to the PIZZA HUT today.
Abby Ash loves to browse around TH E RANCH ER, Gainesville's spacious
new, Western headquarters. Specializing in Western Clothing, especially Levi
and Lee jeans and cords, authentic Western saddles and whips, Stetson hats,
Winchester and Remington rifles, and boots in suede, leather, ostrich, and
snake-skin, THE RANCHER, 4821 Northwest Sixth Street, is the meeting
place for ranchers and the dudes alike.
Jack Sanborn satisfies his huge appetite with a juicy, jumbo
J-Boy from JERRY'S. When you eat a .lERRY'S J-Boy,
you don't have to look under the pickle to find the meat.
JERRY'S serves large, thick hamburger patties,
so tender and tasty that they satisfy even the largest appetite.
To top off a delicious burger meal, try a piece
of JERRY'S famous strawberry pie: whole, sweet strawberries
floating in thick strawberry sauce between tender, flaky piecrust.
Ummmmm, good!! JERRY'S has wonderful dinners, it's true.
All they want now is a visit from you.
Drive in or walk in either JERRY'S RESTAURANT, 2310 Southwest
13th Street or 1505 Northwest 13th Street.
lf you're a stacker or a one
box eater, Captain Louie's Galley
can satisfy you. Nancy Spear
prefers just to eat the delicious
seafood and chicken dinners found
at CAPTAIN LOUIE'S, located
309 NW 13th St. or 231 NW 10th Ave. - - I -
Debbie Crown and Larry Ballard serve KING FOOD HOST customers delicious meals prepared in an immacu-
lately clean kitchen. KING'S telephone ordering system allows you to order immediately and receive your order
faster. Eat out next time at KING FOOD HOST, 1430 S. W. 13th St. and 1802 W. Univ. Ave.
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than just office equipment
Junior Varsity Cheerleader
Sally lVlcVay picks
out new rebel flags for the next
For the artist,
CHESTNUT'S Art Department
carries a complete line of art
supplies both for
the amateur and the professional.
For office and supply needs,
shop at CHESTNUT'S,
106 VV. University Avenue.
MCDANIELL FURNITURE COMPANY, in the Gainesville Shopping Center, in-
vites you to come in and look over quality furniture at low prices.
Vernon lVlcDaniell knows that you can't tell the comfort of a sofa by
just looking at it. So he tries out the many sofas at McDANIELL'S.
When it is time to redecorate your home, look at the nationally ad-
vertised brands at McDANIELL'S, where your business is appreciated.
After choosing her favorites from the stacks of popular records
at TOP TUNES, Frances Powell can select a quality crafted
record player to play them on. TOP TUNES RECORD SHOP, 1230 West
University Avenue also carries the best in tape recorders
so you can enjoy your favorite songs over and over. For records
and phonographic supplies, buy the best at TOP TUNES.
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Sue Cooper arranges a display advertising the large line
of cosmetics McCOLLUM'S DRUG STORE carries.
For your every need, whether it's having a prescription
filled or choosing a greeting card, you can
always find it at McCOLLUM'S, located conveniently
at 1324 E. Univ. Ave. or 1124 W. Univ. Ave.
At POWELL'S BEAUTY ACADEMY, a girl can learn
the art of creating smart styles and fashions just right
for the individual. Judy Kelly, a student
at POWELL'S, receives personalized attention from one
of the many qualified hair stylists there.
No appointment is needed at POWELL'S, so drop in any
time at 219 N.W.1Oth Ave.
For the modern look
in footwear, Claudia Musgrave
keeps in step with shoes
from FAGAN'S BOOTERY, located
at 102 W. Univ. Ave.
For the finest shoes in town,
stop in at FAGAN'S.
For a light snack after school, Kathy McGee stops in BURGER CHEF 715 W 13th St to enjoy Gainesville s only
152' hamburger. To top off the burger Kathy orders crispy french fries and a delicious creamy mllkshake For a
snack anytime of the day, stop in at BURGER CHEF
lt's a family affair when
Bobbie, Joanne, and Mike Parmly
visit out-of-town relatives
on a bus from TRAILWAYS. The
next time you are planning
a trip, take the comfortable and
air-conditioned way. For a
safe and enjoyable trip, call
TRAILWAYS BUS SYSTEM first,
located at 527 W. University.
For news, first and factual, Tommy Hanssen checks the incoming
bulletins from United Press International at WDVH.
Operating on 5000 watts, WDVH RADIO broadcasts popular music,
weather reports and the latest sports news. The next time
you feel an urge to listen to the radio, tune in 980 on your dial
at the "Home of the Good Guys," WDVH.
Head 'em up and move 'em out down
to THE PONDEROSA STEAK HOUSE.
For steaks with that sizzling flavor
there's no finer place to go
than THE PONDEROSA, located in the
Westgate Shopping Center.
Not only are steaks a specialty
there, but you can have a
full meal from all the delicious items
on the menu. When that urge
for "a good ole' Western meal hits
yore stumak," just mosey on down
to THE PONDEROSA STEAK HOUSE.
As the summer fashions come into
view, Dale Robbins knows which store
will stock the newest styles.
Whether it's a day at the beach or a
night out, you'll find that the
PERSONALITY SHOP, 8 E. Univ. Ave.
will suit your every need.
Barbara Butler asks, "How
long has it been since
you've taken a close look
at the treads on
your tires? Are they
worn down with age?" Don't
put off buying new tires.
Your driving safety
depends on quality tires.
Come by TOWN TIRE COMPANY,
605 N.W. 8th Ave., and
see how our tires stack up.
When Susan Hazen received her very first pay check, she went
straight to the CITIZENS BANK, 411 N. Main St., and opened an
account. The CITIZENS BANK, one of Gainesville's newest and
largest banks, has completely modernized facilities to help
serve you more quickly and efficiently. If you're getting
ready to open an account, think first of the CITIZENS BANK.
With just a little help at first
from Steve Summerlin, Cissy Roundtree finds
that driving a boat is as easy as can be, especially
if it is a boat from GATOR MARINE.
For summer fun on the water,
stop in at 1221 East University Avenue.
Bill Wilkinson, WGGG "disc
jockey" broadcasts the fol-
lowing message: "Listen to
WGGG RADIO STATION, 1230 on
your dial, for the finest
in sweet, swinging music."
Adhering to the adage, "Save
for a rainy day," Jan
Barger deposits regularly
to her account at
FIRST FEDERAL, 249 W. Univ.
Ave. and 516 NW 13.
If your physical fitness is below par, why not try
exercising on equipment
from GULF HARDWARE, located
in the Gainesville Shopping Center?
Carol Hanes and Richard Reeves
show how easy it is to get into the habit of daily exercise.
lt's time to shape up with
from the complete hardware store, GULF HARDWARE.
Got a favorite song that fits your personality?
For an expert job of make-up
from Gloria Williamson,
Donna Sutherland goes to
MERLE NORMAN to learn perfect
beauty procedures. Stop in
at 513 W. Univ. Ave. and
they will make you lovelier.
Marcia Cobb Knows that whether she
wants a goldie-oldie or a top ten
can always find it at the RECORD BAR,
923 W. Univ. Ave. Buy all your
and albums from the RECORD BAR.
Pat Goethe knows that one
of the most enjoyable moments
in a girl's life is picking
out her china. For fine
quality and a large selection
of dishware and silver,
look in at MARY TURNER'S,
2325 S.W. 13th St.
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For that portrait that Kay Bourgeois's
parents will keep forever
on the mantel, special care is taken
in the picking of senior
drapes and poses. Everyone knows
that pictures taken by
FRANK ANDERSON are so life-like
that one can hardly
realize it's a picture. Just ask
Debbie Taylor and she'll
show you how real one can look.
With fine quality cameras and
you can always be sure of a
product that will suit
your taste. FRANK N. ANDERSON,
PHOTOGRAPHER specializes in
making memory portraits in a style
that will be recalled throughout
the years. Let ANDERSON'S
take all your photographs
at 821 N.W. 13th St.
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For that special night
Jeff Montgomery and
wear ensembles from
in the Gainesville
Shopping Center. Nancy
chose her lovely
gown from the
REGENCY ROOM of BELK'S.
Pam Whitlow greets
winter in a
by Bobbie Brooks.
BELK'S SPORTSWEAR has a
complete line of
coordinate shirts, skirts,
In the SHOE DEPARTMENT
Don Wyatt fits
John Macdonald in a pair
of hushpuppies, the
shoe that makes sidewalks
For everyday wear and
fashions, shop at
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Cobie Middlehoven works
behind the counter of tantalizing
pasteries at FEDERAL BAKE SHOP.
For any delight to be proud
of, call the FEDERAL BAKE SHOP
first, located in the Gainesville
For the place that's right anytime
7. of the day, Dick Hudson,
2 Pat Smith, Julia Kates, and Larry Brown
drive into STEAK N' SHAKE,
1610 SW 13th St. If you just want
to stay in the car or sit inside,
it's possible at STEAK N' SHAKE,
STEAK N' SHAKE - "ln sight, it
must be right."
As the Chinese proverb goes, "He who eats at CANTON,
comes out with happy face on." Robena Eng is all smiles
after eating delicious foods in both American and
Chinese cuisine at CANTON RESTAURANT, 813 W. Univ. Ave.
Yearbooks are important
annual reports of a school
life, the yearbook provides not
only a rich educational
opportunity for staff members
and memories for all students,
but also information
for the taxpayer, telling him how
his community meets its
KEYS PRINTING CORPORATION,
305-313 E. McBee Avenue,
Greenville, South Carolina, employs
skilled craftsmen who utilize
the latest techniques
in graphic arts to produce
superior yearbooks such as the
GHS Hurricane. Yearbook advisers
and staffs who wish to create
yearbooks of the finest quality,
should publish with
KEYS PRINTING CORPORATION.
We did - and we're glad we did!
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i Do you always forget to go to the bank until five minutes before
closing time? When you only have five minutes
l to get there, you don't have time to comb your hair,
fix your make-up, and change your clothes. Therefore, you want the
convenience of drive-in banking.
Judy Coursey chose the UNIVERSITY CITY BANK
for its convenient and courteous service. When you decide
to open an account, consider the UNIVERSITY CITY BANK,
1116 W. Univ. Ave.
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Dede Mclnnis looks over the many sizes of quality photographs
at JOHNSTON PHOTOGRAPHY, 1642 W. Univ. Ave.
Whether you want a small wallet
snapshot, a handsome desk portrait,
or a large wall picture, call JOHNSTON PHOTOGRAPHY
and ask about our large variety of portraiture.
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Margaret Rogers and Beth Graves
admire the many campus fashions
just in the new, enlarged DONI
GAN'S, 1123 West University Ave
nue. Make a hit at school in a ward
robe selected from a bigger and bet-
Katie Hubener's dreaming of the day when she'll choose
her patterns of quality silver, crystal, and
china from RUTHERFORD'S JEWELERS, 103 W. University Ave.
For the time being she'Il be content
just to look over the wide selection of rings
at RUTHERFORD'S, the store for brides.
Even if you don't have inside
connections, lt's easy
for anybody to get a loan
at FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK,
120 W. University Ave. Nobody
knows better than lVlary Grace Hardee
when asking for a raise
in her allowance from her father,
vice-president of the bank.
When borrowing or depositing money,
goto FLORIDA NATIONAL. lt's
For GHS it was the year of growth
- an exciting year surpassed by
none. We developed as a nation, as
a state, and as a community. The
immense population was reflected in
our school, as the individual became
part of the mass - seeming to lose
his identity as he becamea number-
one of over 2,000. GHS - so packed
with students that everything else
The class of '67 prepared to face
the future, whether it be college or
a career. Graduation, the biggest step
forward, brought remembrances of
the three years past as seniors' an-
ticipation transformed into reality.
lVlany pages are now turned, but
many remain to be written. GHS -
our biggest chapter.
Administration and Faculty Index
HUDSON, JOSEPH T.-B.A., M.A., Univ. of
Fla., Principal. 26,27
NELLER, JOHN-B.S.P.E., M.P.H., Univ.
of Fla., Assistant Principal. 28
HENDRICKSON, CELA QMRSJ-B.S., La.
St. Univ., M.A., Univ of Wis., St. Council
Adviser, Dean of Girls, Extra-Curr. Activi-
TOWER, ROY-B.S.E., Univ. of Fla., M. Ed.,
Dean of Boys, l.C.C. 29,82
SELLE, CATHERINE tMRS.l-B.A., Hunter
College, 12th Grade Counselor. 30
HILL, FRED-B.A., M.Ed., Univ. of Fla., 12th
Grade Counselor, Jr. Civitan. 31,122
THOMAS, GEORGE-B.S., Penn. State, M.
Ed., Univ. of Fla., 11th Grade Counselor. 30
Univ. of Fla., 10th Grade Counselor. 31
GODWIN. BRAUNA-B.S., F.S.U., M.Ed., U.
of Md., Dietitian. 33
ADAMS, ALICE tMrs.J-B.A., Wilson Col-
lege, M.Ed., Univ. of Fla., Am. Hist. 64
ALLEN, DWIGHT-B.A.E., M.Ed., Univ. of
Fla., Bookkeeping I and ll. 37
ALLEN, LINDA KMRSJ-B.S., Fla. St. Univ.,
English, Design for Daily living. 77
ANDERSEN, HELEN KMRSJ-B.A., Univ. of
Fla., English, Speech, Cheerleaders. 259
ANDERSON, FRANCES CMRSJ-B.S., Fla.
St. Univ., M.Ed., Univ. of Fla., Typing I,II,
Sh. Hand I. 36
ANDERSON, FRANK-B.S.E., Univ. ot Fla.,
Physics, Phy. Sci. 66
ASH, LOUISE CMRSJ-A.B., Wilson College,
Chemistry, Adv. Pl. Biology, Jr. A.S. 66,84
BAKER, ROBERT-B.A.E., Univ. of Fla.,
Am. Hist., Athletic Bus. Mgr. 64
BARTLETT, VIRGINIA CMRSJ-B.S., Bow-
ling Green College, French, Les Bouffons.
BENNETT, ANDASIA QMRSJ-A.B., Univ. of
Fla., English. 41
BISHOP, JOANN KMRSJ-M.Ed., Univ. of
Fla., Remedial Reading. 41
Univ. of Fla., English, Gamma-Hi-Y, Scrib-
BROWN, SARAH QMRSJ-B.S.J.M., B.A.E.,
Univ. of Fla., Bus. Eng., Sh. Hand I, Coop.
Bus. Ed., C.B.E., F.S.A. 39,99
BRYAN, MARY KMRSJ-A.B., Fla. St. Univ.
M.Ed., Univ. of Fla., Geometry, Acc. Math
BYRD, REEVES-B.S.E., U. of F., Math 10,
CALHOUN, NANCY QMRSJ-B.A., Fla. St.
Univ., English. 28, 41
CAROLAN, JOAN iMRS.i-A.B., U. of Tex-
as, World Culture, Lionettes. 64,129
CLINE, LUCILE QMRSJ-B.S., Univ. of Tex-
COMBS, LUCILE IMRSJ-M.Ed., Univ. of
Fla., Library. 76
COOPER, THOMAS-B.S.E., M.Ed., Univ. of
Fla., Dist. Ed., D.E.C.A.
COSBY, LESLIE KMRSJ-B.S., Fisk Univ.,
Algebra Il. 50
DICKS, WESLEY-B.S.P.E., U. of Fla., Phy.
Ed., Var. Sports, Football, Baseball. 62,227,
DONALDSON, BARDWELL-B. Mus., Stet-
son Univ., M.Ed., Univ. of Fla., Instr. Mu-
sic, Band Director. 57
DOYLE, ANITA KMRSJ-B.S., Univ. of
Tampa, English, N.l-I.S. 41,86
ELLIOTT, ANNA CMRSJ-B.S., Univ. of
Neb., Home Ec., Sigma Anchor. 69,96,133
ELLIOTT, MARY KMRSJ-A.B., Univ. of
Kan., M.S., Kan. St. Univ., Speech, Drama,
Hurricane Players, Thespians. 43
ESPOSITO, ALICE KMRSJ-B.S.E., M.Ed.,
Univ. of Fla., Sh. Hand, Coop. Bus. Ed.,
FAIN, LUCILE KMRSJ-A.B., M.A., Univ. of
III., Spanish, Los Sombreritos. 49
FINLEY, PEGGY KMRSJ-B.A., Tift College,
English, Latin I, Anchor. 41,112
GALLAGHER, FRANK-M.A., Univ. of Fla.,
Trig., Alg., Acc. Math, Mu Alpha Theta.
GALLANT, BARBARA QMRSJ-B.A., Cornell
Univ., M.A., Univ. of Fla., Cont. Issues,
Humanities, Para Medical. 64
GOODYEAR, MARIAN KMRSJ-B.A., Univ.
of Fla., Math Essen., Geometry. 50
GRAND, WINIFRED KMRSJ-A.B., F.S.C.W.,
HAMILTON, JOSEPH-B.S., Capital Univ.,
M.Ed., Univ. of Fla., Phy. Sci., F.T.A. 98
HAMMOND, MARGARETQMRSJ-B.S., M.A.,
Univ. of N.C., Biology, Majorettes. 67
HANNER, LYNN IMRSJ-B.A., Univ. of Fla.,
Am. Hist., Pol. Sci., Voc., Beta-Tri-Hi-Y.
HATCH, GARNIE-B.S.P.E., M.Ed., Univ. of
Miss., Dr. Ed., Var. Sports, Football, Varsity
HENDERSON, ANN IMRSJ-B.S., Fla. St.
Univ., M.Ed., Univ. of Fla., V.O.E., Typing
HILLYARD, FORESTCMRSJ-A.B., Marshall
Univ., B.S.H.E., W. Va., Univ., Home Ec. 69
INGRAM, LAWRENCE-B.S.E., Univ. of Fla.,
Chemistry, Stage. 67
JENKINS, VERA KMRSJ-B.S., Fla. St.
Univ., M.A., Univ. of Fla., Spanish, S.H.H.,
Los Sombreros Altos. 48,49,88,106
JONES, JACK-B.S.P.E., Univ of Fla., Phy.
Ed., Var. Sports, Football, Golf, Swimming.
JUSTISS, ROBERT-B.S,, Fla. St. Univ.,
L.L.B., Univ. of Fla., Dist. Ed., Bus. Law,
LITZ, ERNIE-B.A.E., Univ. of Fla., Hist.,
Mass Communications, Interact. 65,121
LOWE, JOSEPH-B.S., M.A., Univ. of Fla.,
World Culture. 64
LUCAS, STANLEY-B.A., Univ. of Fla.,
LYDICK, HARRY-B.S., in Ag., W. Va. Univ.,
M.Ed., Univ. of Fla., Agriculture, F.F.A 71
MacCULLOUGH, ALICE KMRSJ-B.S.H.E.,
Univ. of Ga., Home Ec., F.H.A. 71
McCABE, JUDITH-A.B., N.Y.U., World Cul-
McKENZIE, INA J0 lMRS.l-A.B., Fla. St.,
M.F.A., Univ. of Fla., Art. 34,42
McCLUNG, MARTY KMRSJ-B.S., Univ. of
Fla., Typing. 36
MANNING, HURLEY-B.S., Troy St. College,
Study Hall, Var. Sports, Football, Track. 227
MARSH, VICKIE KMRSJ-B.S.E., Univ. of
Fla., Biology, Chemistry, Beacon. 131
MATHIS, MARIAN IMRSJ-A.B., Converse
College, A.B., Emory Univ., Librarian. 76
MILNE, SUSAN CMRSJ-B.S., F.S.U., En-
MORLAND, JOHN-B.S., U.S.N.A., M.Ed.,
Univ. of Fla., Electronics, Soc.-Psy. 71
St. Univ., M.Ed., Univ. of Fla., Choral Mu-
sic, Melodettes, Madrigal Singers, Chora-
lettes, Hurricane Singers. 53
NEWTON, IRENE KMRSJ-B.S., Belhaven,
B.A., West. Ky. St. Coll., M.A.E., Univ. of
Fla., Typing I, Il, Off. Mach. 36
NOLAN, JOHN-B.A., M.A., Univ. of Fla.,
Soc. - Psy. 65
NIBLACK, JAMES-B.S.P.E., M.P.H.E.8tR.
Univ. of Fla., Athletic Director, Head Foot-
ball Coach, Pep Club. 227
OSBORN, MARGARET IMRSJ-M.A., Ind.,
Univ., Am. Hist., World Affairs, Alpha-
PALMER, BOBRA iFirst Semester!-B.A.,
Unive. of Fla., Geometry, Math 10, Alpha-
PHILPOTT, HELEN QMRSJ-A.B., Fla. St.
Univ., M.A., Univ. of Fla., Art, Crafts. 42
POWERS, PATRICIA-B.A.E., M.Ed., Univ.
of Fla., English, Scribblers. 42
REAVES, DOROTHY tMRS.l-B.S., Univ of
Ala., M.Ed., Univ. of Fla., Orchestra. 60,61
REESE, ELINOR iMRS.l-B.A., Univ. of
Fla., Phy. Ed., G.A.A., Girls' Gymnastic
RHEA, DARNELL-B.S.E., M.Ed., Univ. of
Fla., Geometry. 51,91
RHEA, MARGUERITE KMRSJ-B.S., Univ.
of Neb., French, Speech, English. 49
ROBERTS, GENE-B.S., Fla. St. Univ.,
Mech. Drawing, Gunga Din Basketball,
Football, Tennis. 227,237
ROGERS, NORMA JEAN CMRSJ-B.S.,
Fla. St. Univ., Bus. Math, Algebra. 51
SCOTT, WARD-B.A., Univ. of Fla., English,
Gunga Din Basketball. 42,119
SHARP, MARY iMRS.l-B.S., Miss. College,
M. Ed., Univ. of Fla., English, Adv. Gr. and
Comp., N.H.S. 86,42
Larry Sheffield takes a look at the batter
before winding up his "golden arm."
SHARRON, SANDRA lMRS.l-B.A.E., Univ.
of Fla., English. 42
SHIPPEY, DEANNA CMRSJ-B.S., Baylor,
Univ., Phy. Ed., Drill Team. 273
Phy- Sci.. Main 10, Civinettes. 51,117 '
SMITH, FAITH IMRSJ-B.A., Geneva Col-
lege, English, Design for Daily Living. 77
STEWART, CAROLYN lMRS.l-B.A., Univ.
of Fla., Algebra, Math 10, Civlnettes. 51,11
STRICKLAND, ALBERT-B.S., M.S., Univ.
Fla., Physics, Key Club, Chess Club, ln-
of Penn., Latin, Latin Club. 49,94
THORPE, JANE iMRS.l-A.B.E., F.S.C.W.,
English, Spanish. 42
TOMLINSON, MARGARET iMRS.l-B.S.E.,
Univ. of Fla., D.C.T. 74
TUTl'LE, VADA LEE iMRS.l-M.A., Univ. of
Ky., Algebra. 51
Acree, Wayne - 74
Adams, James - Chess Club 11,12, French Club
11,12. D. 92
Adams, Kathryn - Transferred from Pike High
School, Indianapolis, Indiana, 12, Alpha 12, French
Club 12, H.R. Vice President 12, Pep Club Presi-
dent 12. p. 86,92,109,110,140,279,297.
Adams, Patricia Diane - Beta 10, Para-Medical
10. p. 140.
Addison Darrell Eugene - Football 1o,11,12, H.R.
Officer 10,11. p. 140
Alvarez, Mary Catherine - "Camelot" 10, "Ca-
rousel" 11, Concert Choir 10,11,12, "Flower
Drum Song" 12, French Club 12, H.R. President
12, Keyettes 10, Chaplain 11, Chaplain 12, Latin
Club, Melodettes 10, Vice-President 11, President
12, NHS 11,12, Sr. Steering Com. 12, St. Coun.
10, Chaplin 11, Thespian 11,12, "You Can't Take
lt With You" 11. p. 52,54,s6,e9,9e,12s,14o,17e.
Amason, Carolyn - FHA 10,11, FSA 11. p. 141.
Amerson, William Patrick - Transferred from
Paris American High School, Paris, France, French
Anderson, James Richard Jr. - Chess Club 11,12.
Anderson, Phil- p. 77,141
Andrews, Doris Irene - Beta 11, Sgt-at-Arms
12, CBE 12. p. 114,141,3s.
Andrews, Susan - H.R. President 10. p. 141.
Arnold, Eugene Clark - Baseball 12, DE 11, H.
R. Officer 10.
Ash, Abby - Annual Staff 11,12, Basketball in-
tramurals 11,12, H.R. President 11, JAS 11, Vice-
President 12, Keyettes 11, Secretary 12, LSA 10,
Treasurer 11, President 12, Mu Alpha Theta 11,
Treasurer 12, NHS 11,12, Quill Gr Scroll 12, SHH
10,11,12, st. Coun. 12. p. 45,8O,84,B5,86,88,91,
WALLACE, RUTH lMRS.l-B.S., Miami
Univ., Oxford, Ohio, Algebra. 51
thorpe Univ., English. 42
WESTMORELAND, PEG iMRS.l-A.B., Fla.
Sou., M. Ed., Univ. of Fla., English, Pub-
lications, Quill and Scroll. 42,45,47,95
WHIDDON, VIRGINIA CMRSJ-B.A., Vander-
bilt Univ., M.Ed., Univ., of Fla., English. 42
WHITLEY, EDWARD-B.S., Pfeiffer College,
M.A., Appalachian St., Audio-Visual. 76
WOOD, MARION CMRSJ-B.A., U. of Fla.,
YOUNG, JOHN-B.A.E., Univ. of Fla., M.A.T.,
Jacksonville Univ., Am. Hist.
ROBINSON, SARAH iMRS.J-Guidance
OLIVER, MILDRED KMRSJ-Deans' Sec-
CROSBY, ANN KMRSJ-Secretary, Key-
DELONY, JEAN iMRS.l-Bookkeeper. 32
Atwater, Randy - Basketball 10, Football 10,
Latin Club 10, St. Coun. 11. p. 141
Awbrey, Alfred Lonnie - Band 1O,11,12, Chess
Club 12, Pep Band 12. p. 5G,141.
Ayers, Bert - Boys' Chorus 10,11, "Camelot" 10,
"Carousel" 11, Concert Choir 10, Vice President
11, President 12, "Flower Drum Song" 12, Foot-
ball 10,11,12, "G" Club 11, vioe-President 12,
St. Coun. 12, Track 11, Wheel 11, Chaplain 12.
Bailey, Chris - p. 141
Ballard, Larry - Mu Alpha Theta 11, Para-Med-
ical 1O. p. 141,281.
Balogh, Carol- p. 87,98,116,141.
Banks, Martha Ju - French Club 10,11, Secretary
12, FHA 10, H.R. Vice-President 11, Secretary
12, Keyettes 11,12, Majorettes 1O,11,12, Mu Alpha
Theta 11,12, NHS 11,12. p. 59,es,91,92,12e,141.
Barnes, Roh - Hurricane Herald Staff 11,12,
Latin Club 10, Vice-President 11, President 12,
NHS 12, Qui,, 8. Scroll. p. 47,87,94,141.
Barnett, Catherine - French Club 11,12, FTA 10,
Latin Club 10, NHS 12, Nike 11, President 12,
Scribblers 1o. o. a7,92,13o,131,141.
Bass, Glenda Dale-Transferred from Boca Raton
High School, Boca Raton, Florida, 10, CBE 12,
Fl-lA 10, Pep Club 10. p. 39,141.
Bass, Johnny- DE 11, DCT 11. p. 74,141.
Bass, Pamela Dianne - "Carousel" 11, CBE Sec-
retary-Treasurer 12, Para-Medical 10. p. 39,141.
Bass, Willia Mae - FHA 10. p. 142
Bans, Jim - p. 142
Baum, Laura Edna- Beta 10, Historian 11, Chap-
lain 12. p. 114,142.
Bay, Clarence Leroy- p. 142.
Beach, Robert Dunbar- Chess Club 11, JAS 12,
Key Club 12, LSA 11, wir Alpha Theta 12, NHS
12. D. 84,87,142,14B,253.
Beard, Thomas Gordon - Hurricane Herald Staff
Business Manager 12, Key Club 10, Historian 11,
Historian 12, Latin Club 10, NHS 11,12. p. 46,
Beck, Dennis - p. 142.
Becker, Ann - Alpha 10,11, Vice-President 12,
Cheerleader 10, FHA 10, H.R. President 11, Latin
Club 10, NHS 12, Pep Club 19. p. 87,110,142
Bell, Linda - Nike 10,11, Historian 12, Para-Med-
ical 10. D. 130,142.
Bell, Wayne David - D. 142.
Belyew, Luther- DCT 12. p. 74,143.
Bender, Jen - p. 3e,74,75,143.
Bennafield, Patricia N. - Transferred from Es-
cambia High School, Pensacola, Florida, 12, Beta
10,11,12. p. 143.
Bennett, Betty Jo - Transferred from North Cen-
tral High School, Indianapolis, Indiana, 12, Li-
onettes 12, Swimming 12. p. 128,143.
Berman, Bill - Band 10,11, President 12, "Ca-
rousel" 11, "Flower Drum Song" 12, Orchestra
10,11,12, Pep Band 10,11, Captain 12. p. 56,6O,
aemlen, Rick - Basketball 10,11,12, H.R. Vice-
Presiaent 11, LSA 11,12, NHS 11,12, Sr. Coun.
12, wheel 12. p. 80,86,88,106,120,143,238,241.
Bergman, Joseph A.
Bohroff, Larry - Band 10,11,12, Orchestra 11,
Pep Band 11,12. D. 56,60,143.
Bogan, Sonia Linda - Transferred from Lincoln
High School, Gainesville, Florida, 10, "Arsenic
and Old Lace" 12, Concert Choir 12, "Flower
Drum Song" 12, FTA 12, Girl's Chorus 11, Hur-
ricane Players 12. D. 52,96,143.
Bohannon, Herb Byron - Football 10,11,12, "G"
Club 12, H.R. Officer 11,12, Track 11. D. 226.
Boles, Nathan Leland - Chess Club 12, "Flower
Drum Song" 12. p. 143.
Bolles, John Louis - Gamma 10,11, Sgt.-at-Arms
12, H.R. Treasurer 10, Vice-President 11, St. Coun.
11. p. 56,118,141
Boulware, Patricia Colleen - "Camelot"
"Carousel" 11, Concert Choir 11,12, "Flower
Drum Song" 12, FHA President 10, Vice-Presi-
dent 11, Girls' Chorus 10, Hurricane Players 12,
Los Sombreritos 11, LSA 12, Melodettes 10,11,
Historian 12, Para-Medical 10,11, St. Coun. 10,
11,12, Thespian 12. p. 52,55,96,106,143.
Bourg, William Joe
Bourgeois, Kay - Alpha 10,11, Secretary 12, An-
nual Staff 12, Basketball Intramurals 12, French
Club 11, Vice-President 12, FHA 10, FTA 12,
Mu Alpha Theta 11,12, NHS 11,12, Pep Club
10,11,12, Swimming 12. p. 44,86,91,92,98,110,
Bowers, John C-Transferred from Mountain View
High School, Mountain View, California, 10.
Boyd, Ann - CBE 12, FHA 10, Sigma Anchor
1o,11,12. p. 132,143,3a.
Boyles, Linda Kay - French Club 11,12, FHA
11, NHS 11,12, Scribblers 12.
B02el'I'lal'l, Benita Ann -- CBE 12. p. 144,38
Brackill, Bobby- Basketball ll., Baseball 11,12,
F00tball 12, "G" Club 12. p. 144,226,270,271.
Branson, Mary Gail - Transferred from Baker
County High School, Florida 10, CBE 12, Civi-
nettes 11, Drill Team 12. D, 39,144.
Brasington, Glenn Taylor - Football 10, H.R.
President 10, Vice-President 11, President 12,
NHS 12, St. Coun.12, D. 87,144,
Brower, Sara - p. 144.
Brown, Larry- D. 144,292.
Brown, Robert Sam - Football 10,11,12, FTA
12, Ho" Club 12, Pep Club. p. 83,144,226
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Nancy Stapleton, Marcia Cobb, Tim Butterowrth, and John Macdonald represented
Gainesville High School at Girl State and Boy State in Tallahassee, Florida.
Brunson, Betty - FHA 10, Para-Medical 10,11.
Bryant, David James - Latin Club 10,11, Los
Sombreritos 11, NHS 11, LSA 12, NHS 11,12,
SHH 12. p. 86,8B,106,144,162.
Buel, Randy C. - "Arsenic and Old Lace" 12,
"Flower Drum Song" 12, Los Sombreritos 10,
LSA 1o,11,12. p. 96,106,144.
Buickel, Linda Ann - Civinettes 10,11, FHA 10,
Latin Club 10. p. 144.
Burch, Harold - p. 74,145.
Burton, Joyce C. - "Arsenic and Old Lace" 12,
FHA 10, FTA 11,12, Para-Medical 10, Thespian
12. D. 96,145.
eush, Carolyn - FHA 10, FTA 10, GAA 10,11,
Para-Medical 10, Pep Club 10,11. p. 145.
Butcher, Robert Edward Jr. - Basketball Intra-
murals 11,12, Football lntramurals 12, Key Club
12, Mu Alpha Theta 12. p. 124,145,154
Butler, Mitchell - Transferred from Florida
Military School, Deland, Florida, 12.
Butterworth, Tim E. - H.R. President 10, Presi-
dent 11, St. Coun. 10,12. D. 145.
Calaway, Nan - Beta 10, President 11, Secretary
12, FHAA 10, ICC 11, Mu Alpha Theta 11,12,
NHS 11,12, St. Coun. 11. D. 86,91,114,115,1-45.
caluwell, Cherry - Annual staff 12, Basketball
Intramurals 11,12, "Carousel" 11, FTA 12,
Girls' Chorus President 11, Huricane Players 11,
12, JAS 12, Keyettes 10, Historian 11, Vice-
President 12, LSA 10, NHS 12, Pep Club 11,12,
Scribblers 11,12. D. 45,84,87,98,101,126,142,145.
Campbell, Bob Bruce -
Campbell Thomas Edward - D. 145.
Cannon, Jeff - Football 10,11, Track 11. p. 145.
Carmen, Charles F. - Band 10,11,12, Civitan Jr,
12, Football 10, Orchestra 11,12, Pep Band 10,
11,12. p. 56,145,122,154.
Carrell, Amelia Mae - Para-Medical 11, Pep
Club 10, st. Coun. 11. p. 145.
Carter, Jenny -
Carter, Joel- p. 145.
Carter, Mike - Boys' Chorus 12, Civitan Jr. Sgt.-
at- Arms 12, "Flower Drum Song" 12, Hurricane
Singers 12. p. 55,122,145.
Casey, Karen Jeanne - Band 10,11,12, "Camelot"
10, "Carousel" 11, "Flower Drum Song" 12,
Hurricane Singers 12. p. 55,122,145.
Cassel, Terry R. - Boys' Chorus 10, "Camelot"
10, "Carousel" 11, Concert Choir 10,11,12,
"Flower Drum Song" .12, French Club 10,11,
Chaplain 12, H.R. Vice-President11,12, Hurricane
Singers 11,12, Key Club 10,11, Vice President
12, Latin Club 10, lvladrigals 11, NHS 12. p.52,
Caswell, Mel Cheever - Boys' Chorus 10,11,
"Camelot" 10, "Carousel" 11, Civitan Jr. 12,
DE 11, Los Sombreritos 10, LSA 10. p. 122,146.
Catotti, Carol Ann - Anchor 10, Historian 11,
Secretary 12, Band 10,11, "Flower Drum Song"
12, LSA 10,11,12, Mu Alpha Theta 11,12, NHS
11,12, Orchestra 12, Para-Medical 10,11,12, Pep
Band 11, Scribblers 10,11,12, SHH 11,12. p. 60,
Chace, Marti - Beta 10,11, FTA 10, Los Sam-
breritos 10, Para-Medical 11,12. p. 146.
Chappell, Liston P.- DECA 12. p. 73,146.
Chavers, Elizabeth Suzanne - Transferred from
McArther High School, Hollywood, Florida, "Car-
ousel" 11, Concert Choir 11, Scribblers 12. p.
Clawson, Mary Elizabeth -Transferred from John
F- Kennedy High School, Agana, Guam, 12,
Alpha 12, French Club 12, FHA 12. p. 92,102,
Clemons, Clayton Russell - Football 10,11,12,
"G" Club 12, H.R. Officer 10. p. 83,146,226.
Cline, Henry -
Cline, Kenneth -
Coates, Kati - FTA 11,12. p. 146.
Cobb, Marcia Kay - Annual Staff 11, Business
Manager 12, Cheerleader 10,11,12, Gymnastics
12, H.R. President 10,11,12, Keyettes 11,12, Los
Sombreritos 10, LSA 11, Pep Club 10,11, Sgt.-
at-Arms 12, Quill St Scroll 12. p. 44,85,106,109,
Coffin, June Carol - "Camelot" 10, "Carousel"
11, Concert Choir 11. p. 146.
Cohen, Margaret C. - LSA 10,11,12, SHH 10,11,
Sgt.-at-Arms 12. p. 88,106,146.
Coleman, Jim -
Coleman, Pamela Gayle - CBE 12, FHA 10,
H.R. Secretary 10, Pep Club 10,11. p. 39,146.
Conerly, Dena Kaye - "Carousel" 11, CBE 12,
Choralettes 11, Girls' Chorus 11, H.R. Secretary
10, President 11, St. Coun. 10. p. 146,38.
Cook, Patti - Anchor 11,12, "Arsenic and Old
Lace" 12, Band 10,11, FHA 10, Hurricane Play-
ers 12, Los Sombreritos 10, LSA 11,12, NHS 12,
Thespian 12. p. 87,96,112,113,146.
Cook, Rodger B. - Civitan Jr. Chaplain 12,
Football Intramurals 12. p. 123,46.
Corbitt, Wayne - Transferred from Ware County
High School, Waycross, Georgia, 12, DE Presi-
dent 12. p. 73,146.
Cox, Donna Lynn - Transferred from Cocoa
High School, Cocoa, Florida, 11, p. 146.
Criswell, Becky - Beta 11,12, FHA Secretary
10, Vice-President 11,12. p. 71,114,146.
Croft, Ruth Ann - FHA 10, Para-Medical 10. p.
Crom, Ted - P. 147.
Cross, Betty Jean - Alpha 10,11, President 12,
Annual Staff 12, H.R. President 10, Secretary
11, ICC 11,12, Los Sornbreritos 11, ,Pep,Club
10,11. p. 45,110,147,293.
Crown, Deborah Kay - Anchor 11,12, Band 10,
11,12, Pep Band 10,11,12. p. 56,112,147,281.
Crumpton, Marsha Vera - DE Treasurer 12, DECA
Treasurer, FHA 10,11. p. 72,147.
Dallas, Burt E. Jr. - Transferred from Santa
Cruz, Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico, 12, Mu Alpha
Theta. p. 147.
Dana, Jennifer- FHA 10. p. 147.
Danford, Edith Lynn - Anchor 11, Treasurer 12,
CBE Secretary 12, Los Sombreritos 10, LSA
10,11, Vice-President 12, NHS 11,12, SHH 11,
Secretary 12. p. 86,88,106,112,147.
Daughtery, Linda Ann - "Camelot" 10: CBE
12, Girls' Chorus 10. p. 148,38
Dauphinee, Patrick A. - Football 10,11,12, "G"
Club 11, President 12. p. 83,148,226.
Davidson, Robert- Transferred from Northwestern
High School, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Davis, Danny - Transferred from Corvallas
Senior High School, 10. p. 148.
Davis, Diana Lee - Transferred from Sequoyah
High School, Daraville, Georgia, 11, Lionettes 12.
Davis, Roland :award - Football 10,11,12, "G"
Club 11, Sgt.-at-Arms 12, Track 11. p. s3,22s.
Davis, Roy - DE 11, FFA 10,11, H.R. Vice-
President 10. p. 148.
Davis, Tommy - p. 83,148,226.
Davis, Wayne M. - Basketball Intramurals 10,
11, Chess Club 10,11, H.R. Officer 10, Swimming
11. p. 148.
Dayton, Carol - p. 114,148.
Dean, Thomas William - p. 149.
Decker, Stephen Silas - Band 10,11,12, Civitan
Jr. 11, Secretary- Treasurer 12, Pep Band 11.
Degenhardt, Susan Cornelia - Annual Staff 12,
French club 10,11,12, NHS 11,12, p. 45,92,149,
Delaney, Philip Andrew - Annual Staff 10,11,12,
H. R. Chaplain 10, Vice-President 12, Key Club
10, Secretary 11, President 12, Latin Club 10,
Los Sombreritos 10, LSA 10,11, Mu Alpha
Theta 11,12, NHS 12, Pep Club 12, Quill 81
Scroll 11, President 12. p. 44,82,B5,B7,124,149.
Delgado, Carlos Alejandro - Transferred from
Decarteret College, Mandeville, Jamaica, 12,
Delgado, Louis Andrew - Transferred from De-
carteret College, Mandeville, Jamaica, 12.
De Loach, Kenny - Transferred from Terry Parker
High School, Jacksonville, Florida, 12, DE 12.
DeVries, Ruth - Transferred from Oceanside High
School, California, Christmas Play 12, Hurricane
Players 12. p. 96,149.
Dixon, Celestia Julianne - Transferred from
Melrose High School, Melrose, Florida, 11, DE
12, DECA 12. p. 73,149.
Dixon, Margie Louise - Alpha 12, French Club
11,12, FHA 10, H. R. Secretary 11, NHS 12,
Pep Club 10,11, Vice-President 12, Scribblers
11, Sgt.-at-Arms 12, St. Coun. 12, Swimming
10,11, Captain 12. p.80,87,92,101,109,110,142,
Douglas, Bart - Band 10,11, Key Club 12, Latin
Club 10,11,12, Pep Band 11. p.95,149.
Dow, Carolyn Ann - Alpha 12, DCT 12,
French Club 11, FHA 11, H.R. Secretary 11,12,
Latin Club 10, NHS 12, Pep Club 11, Scribblers
10,11, President 12. p.74,75,104,149.
Dreblow, Lewis Maxwell - "Arsenic and Old
Lace" 12, Boys' Chorus 12, "Camelot" 10, "Car-
seI" 11, "Flower Drum Song" 12, Pep Club
11,12, Swimming 12.
DuBois, Jeanne Marie - Transferred from New-
berry High School, Newberry, Florida, 12, JAS
12. p. 84.
Dudley, Diane - Anchor 11,12, Beta 10, Los
Sombreritos 11, Para-Medical 10,11, Pep Club
10. p. 112,149.
Dukes, Gary - Thespian 12. p. 96,149.
Durrance, Carol Gibbs - H.R. Vice-President 10,
Los Sombreritos 10, LSA 11,12, NHS 11,12,
Sigma Anchor 10, Parliamentarian 11, Vice-Pres-
ident 12, SHH 11, Vice President 12, SHH
11, Vice President 12. p. B6,88,106,132,149,153.
Easter, Johnny Earle - Football 10, H.R. 10,11,
Track 10. p. 149.
Eddy, Bonnie - CBE Parliamentarian 12, FHA
10, FSA Treasurer 11. p. 149,38.
Ehfblr, Mlfll -
Elliott, Claratha - Transferred from Lincoln High
School, Gainesville, Florida, 10. p. 149.
Ellis, Brenda Gail- CBE 12. p. 149,38.
Emo, Carolyn Dae - Alpha 12, Class Officer
Vice President 12, French Club 11, FHA 10,
H.R. Secretary 10, Secretary 11, Majorettes 10,
11, Co-Head 12, NHS 12, St. Coun. 10,11,12.
Esposito, Rocky - Basketball 10, Chess Club 11,
JAS 12, Key Club 11, Sgt.-at-Arms 12, LSA 10,11,
12, Mu Alpha Theta 11,12, NHS 11,12, Sr.
Steering Committee 12. p. B4,86,87,106,124,149.
Esser, Lorelei - "Camelot" 10, "Carousel" 11,
Concert Choir 11, Girls' Chorus 10. p. 150.
Everett, Jan Teresa - Alpha 12, FHA 10, Los
Sombreritos 12, Pep Club 11,12. p. 36,97,149.
Farnbach, Brenda Joyce - p. 150.
Feaster, John K. - DE 12, FFA 10,11,12, Track.
Feather, Hugh C.- p. 150.
Fillingim, Anice - H.R. Chaplain 10, Tennis
11,12. p. 265.
Flage, Larry W. - p. 150.
Floyd, John - Transferred from Valley Central
High School, Montgomery, New York, 12. p. 150.
Fogle, Clark William - p. 150.
Forsman, James Edwin - Football 10,11,12, "G"
Club 10,11,12. p. 150,226.
Frank, Lynda J. - Transferred from Meadowdale
High School, Dayton, Ohio, 11. p. 56,150.
Franklin, Mary- p. 150.
Freeland, Carole Leigh - "Carousel" 11, Con-
cert Choir 11,12, "Flower Drum Song" 12, H.R.
Vice President 11, Melodettes 12. p. 151.
French, Tommie Jean - Anchor 11, CBE 12.
Friedman, Mike - p. 151.
Fulford, William Douglas - p. 151.
Fuller, Len William - Baseball 10,11,12, Football
10,11,12, "G" Club 10,11,12, Wheel 10,11,12.
Fulmer, Michael- Chess Club 11. p. 151.
Furman, Richard Adams - Annual Staff 11,12,
Los Sombreritos 12, Wheel 12. p. 44,97,12O,
Gallagher, Frank - Annual Staff 11,12, Basket-
ball 10,11,12, Baseball 12, Football 10, "G"
Club 11,12, H.R. President 12, Pep Club 11,
St. Coun. 11, Wheel 10,11. p. 24,44,85,120,151,
Garrett, Vicki - "Camelot" 10, "Carousel" 11,
CBE 12, Concert Choir 11, Girls' Chorus 10,
H.R. President 10, President 11, President 12. p.
Gassett, Thomas Edwin - Class Officer Vice Pres-
ident 10, Vice-President 11, Football 10,11,12,
"G" Club 11,12, Gamma 10,11, H.R. Vice-
President 10, St. Coun. 10,11, Track 10,11,12.
Gaston, Wilda - p. 114,151.
Gavan, James - Chess Club 11,12, Cross Country
11, Football 10, LSA 10,11,12. p. 106,151.
Geiger, Nina Marie - GAA 10,11,12, Gymnas-
tics 12, Sigma Anchor 10,11, Treasurer 12. p.
Gentile, James -
George, Patty - Basketball Intramurals 12,
Civinettes 12, "Flower Drum Song" 12, Girls'
Chorus 11. p. 116,151.
Gibbs, William H. -
Gilliland, Norman Paul - French Club 10,11,
12, Latin Club 11,12, Mu Alpha Theta 11,12,
NHS 11,12. p. 86,91,92,94,151.
Goethe, Pat - Keyettes 10,11,12, Los Sombreri-
tos 10, LSA 11. p. 126,151,288.
Goff, Phyllis Lois - H.R. Secretary 11, Keyettes
10,11,12, Latin Club 10,11, Maiorettes 11,12,
NHS 12, Para-Medical 10. p. 59,B7,126,152.
Goodwin, Mary Ann - Transferred from Ingle-
mool' High School, Bothel, Washington, 12, CBE
12, FTA 12, Mu Alpha Theta 12. p. 9B,152.
Graham, Barbara Jean - Anchor 12, Los Som-
breritos 11, Tennis 12. p. 112,113,152,265.
Graham, Charles Mitchel- Transferred from Bal-
boa High School, Panama Canal Zone, 10. p.
Greathouse, Linda - p. 52,152.
Green, Kirby Benjamin - Baseball 11,12, Foot-
ball 10,11,12, "G" Club 12, Gamma 12. p. 152,
Gfeell, Wayne - D. 188.
Greene, Bill - Transferred from Mainland High
School, Daytona Beach, Florida, 10. p. 152.
Green, Joel Allen - p. 152.
Greene, Randall- Transferred from Terry Parker
High School, Jacksonville, Florida, 11, Basket-
ball lntramural 11,12, Football Intramural 12,
Key Club 12, Scribblers 12, St. Coun. 11,
Thespian 11,12. p. 101,124,152,298.
Gresham, Ellen Elaine - p. 152.
Griffin, Evelyn Anne - FHA 10, Hurricane Play-
ers 10, Los Sombreritos 10, LSA 10,11,12, NHS
11,12, SHH 11,12. p. 86,88,106.
Groves, Betsy Anne - Civinettes 10, Treasurer
11, Treasurer 12, "Flower Drum Song" 12,
H.R. Treasurer 10, Swimming 1O,12. p. 116.
Guenther, Dennis - H.R. President 10, Wheel
10, Sgt.-at-Arms 11,12. p. 120.
Gull, Val - "Carousel" 11, Concert Choir 12,
"Flower Drum Song" 12, FHA 10, GAA 10,
Girls' Chorus 11, Para-Medical 10,11, Vice-
President 12. p. 52,105.
Haemmerlie, Mary Elizabeth - Cheerleader 10,11,
12, FHA 10, JAS 10,11,12, Latin Club 10, Mu
Alpha Theta 11,12, NHS 12, Pep Club 10,11,
12, St. Council 1O,112,12. p. 84,87,90,152,258,
Hall, Rex Millfilie - Band 10,11,12, HCBYOUSEIH
11, Orchestra 10,11, Pep Band 10,11,12. D. 56,
Hall, Susan Marie-
Hamilton, Elizabeth - Annual Staff 11, GAA 10,
Keyettes 10, Treasurer 11, Corresponding Secre-
tary 12. D. 80,126,l52.
Hammock, Clifford Lamar - Transferred from
Sarasota High School, Sarasota, Florida 12, Boys'
Chorus 12, "Carousel" 12, "Flower Drum Song"
12. p. 152.
Hanssen, Thomas R. - Football 10,11,12, "G"
Club 10,11,12, Gamma 12, H.R. Officer 10,
President 11, Track 11. p. 83,152,226,229,231,
Hardee, Mary Grace -Annual Staff 11,12, Basket-
ball Intramurals 10,11,12, "Flower Drum Song"
12, H.R. President 12, Keyettes 10, Sgt.-at-Arms
11,12, Pep clup 10,11, st. Coun. 10. p. 44,
Hare, Robert Gordon - Transferred from Long
Beach High School, Long Beach, Mississippi, 12.
Harrison, Cindy -
Harrison, Gloria Ann - CBE 12, Civinettes 12:
NHS 12. p. 39,87,99,116,153.
Harrison, Shirley Ann - p. 153.
Hart, Charlotte Ann - CBE 12, FHA 11, FSA
11, Para-Medical 10,l1. p. 39,153.
Hartman, Edward Hale - Basketball Intramurals
11,12, Football Intramurals 12, Key Club 12,
Track 11. p. 92,153.
Hartman, Frank Warren - Basketball 10,11, Co-
Captain 12, H.R. President 10,11, LSA 10,11,
Mu Alpha Theta 11,12, NHS 11, President 12,
Pep Club 10,11, SHH 10,11, St. Coun. 10,
Sgt-at-Arms 12, Wheel Chaplain 10, Treasurer
11, Vice-President 12. p. 86,91,120,184,238,242,
Hartwell, Beverlie Ann - Annual Staff 12, "Car-
ousel" 11, Civinettes 11, Chaplain 12, "Flower
Drum Song" 12, FHA 10, GAA 10, H.R.
President 10, President 12, JAS 11,12, Latin
Club 10,11, Pep Club 11,12, St.Coun. 12. p.
Harvey, James Patrick- p. 153.
Hawley, Phillip Leon - Transferred from Centra-
lis Township High School 11, Annual Staff 12,
DE 11, DECA 11. p. 44,153.
Hawthorne, Arthur Neal- p. 153.
Hawthorne, Patrica - p. 153.
Hayes, Ethelda Joan - Transferred from Lincoln
High School, Gainesville, Florida 12, Girls' Cho-
rus l2. p. 54, 154.
Hazen, Sidney Aubrey - FFA 10, Secretary 11,
H.R. Secretary 10, Vice-President 11, St. Coun.
11. p. 154.
Hendricks, Angela Jean - "Arsenic and Old
Lace" 12, "Carousel" 11, "Flower Drum Song"
12, H.R. Secretary-Treasurer 12, Latin Club 10,
Sigma Anchor 10,11, Secretary 12, Thespian 12.
Heron, David - Football 10, Gamma 12, Latin
Club 10, Mu Alpha Theta 11. p. 118,154.
Herring, Barbara -
Hester, Frances -
Hickson, Billy- DCT 11,12. p. 74,155.
Hill, Tom Lorin - DE 11,12, DECA 11,12. p.
Hines, Cynthia Nancy - CBE 12, Civinettes 12,
FSA 12, H.R. Vice President 10, Para-Medical
10,12, Pep Club 10,l1. p. 39,99,155.
Hines, Wanda - Transferred from Desoto High
School, Arcadia, Florida, 12, FHA 10,11. p. 155.
Hinson, Glenda Faye - DE Secretary 12, DECA
Secretary 12, DE Secretary 12, FHA 10,l1. p.
Hogh, Wayne - p. 55.
Holland, Gary Doyle-
Hollander, Brian Clinton - p. 155.
Holmes, Jim - DE Chaplain 12, FHA 10,l1. p.
Holmes, michael Elwyn - "Camelot" 10, "Car-
ousel" 11, Latin Club 10,11, Orchestra 10,
11,12, Track 11. p. 60,155.
Hooker, Judy - "Camelot 10, "Carousel" 11,
Ch9ralettes 10, Concert Choir 11, Secretary 12,
"Flower Drum Song" 12, FSA 11, Girls' Chorus
10, Melodettes 12, Pep Club 10,11, Swimming
11. p. 52,55,155.
HODVEY, N0l'l'l'lZI1 BTUCB - D. 61155.
Hope, Bice - Football 12, "G" Club 12, Gamma
10, Treasurer 11, H.R. President 10, Vice-Presi-
dent 11, St. Coun. 10,12, Swimming 10,11,12.
Hopf, Jan - p. 155,269.
Horne, Carl Stanley- "Camelot" 10, "Flower Drum
Song" 12, French Club 10,11,12, Mu Alpha
Theta 11,12, NHS 12, Orchestra 10,11,12. p.
Horton, William Bruce - Key Club 10.
Hotchkiss, Christina Maria - French Club 10,11,
12, FHA 12, H.R. vice-President 11, LSA 11,12,
NHS 11,12, Quill 61 Scroll 12, Scribblers 10,
Co-editor 11, Editor 12, SHH 12, Sr. Steering
Committee 12. p. 72,86,BB,101,106,155.
Howard, Susan Ann - Band 10,11,12, Basket-
ball Intramurals 12, French Club 10,11, FHA
10, Para-Medical 10, Chaplain 11,12, Tennis 11,
12. p. 56,105,155.
Howell, Linda Diane - Beta 11,12, CBE 12,
FHA 10. p. 39,115,155.
Hudson, Richard - Gamma 11,12, H.R. Presi-
dent 10, Los Sombreritos 10,11, St. Coun. 12.
Huguley, Linda Dianne- p. 155.
Hulslander, Tom - p. 156.
Hunt, Keith -
Hunter, David Louis - FFA 10,11, St. Coun.
11. p. 72,156.
Hurley, Bonnie Lee - Transferred from Suwannee
High School, Live Oak, Florida, 11, Girls' Chorus
11, Sigma Anchor 12. p. 132,156.
Hury, Thomas Broward - H.R. Officer 10,
Jackson, Johnny wayne- Football 10,11,12, Track
12, Track 11. P. 156,226,232,252.
JBUUOI1, Bob W. - D. 155.
Jeffcoat, Brenda Lee - Los Sombreritos 10. p.
Jenkins, Libby - H.R. Secretary 12, Hurricane
Herald 11, Co-Editor 12, Latin Club 11,12, LSA
10, NHS 12, Pep Club 10,11,12, Quill 81 Scroll
12, Scribblers 11, Secretary 12, Swimming 10,
11,12. p. 46,85,87,95,101,156,269.
Johnson, Ray C. - Band 10,11,12, "Camelot"
10, "Carousel" 11, "Flower Drum Song" 12,
LSA 11, Mu Alpha Theta 11, NHS 12, Orchestra
10,11,12, Pep Band 10,11,12. p. 56,60,87,156.
mnnson, Truby Wayne - DE 12. p. 73,156.
Johnston, Jacqueline Fay - Transferred from
South Hagesstown High School, Hagesstown,
Maryland, 11, CBE 12. p. 39,156.
Johnwick, Lisa Ann - Transferred from Saint
Gabriel High School, Saint Gabriel, Louisiana 11,
Girls' Chorus 12, Hurricane Herald Staff 12,
NHS 12, Scribblers 12. p. 47,54,87,101,156.
Jones, Condy - Boys' Chorus 12, Baseball Mgr.
12. p. 55,156,271.
Jones Evin - "Carousel" 11, Concert Choir 11,
12, "Flower Drum Song" 12. p. 52,55,96,156.
Jones, Lawrence A. - Swimming 10. p. 156,
Jones, Lynn Lucille - "Carousel" 11, Choralettes
10, Concert Choir 11,12, "Flower Drum Song"
12, FTA 12, Girls' Chorus 11, Melodettes 11,
Secretary 12, Para-Medical 10, Pep Club 12. p.
Jones, Marilyn -
Jones, Patricia Ann - Basketball Intramurals
12, H.R. Treasurer 10, President 12, ICC 12,
LSA 10,11,12, Pep Club 10, Sr. Steering
Committee 12, Sigma Anchor 11, President 12.
Jones, Sandi- H.R. Secretary 10, NHS 12, Para-
Medical 10. p. 87,156.
Jordan, James Hartford - p. 156.
Joseph Walter - Football 12, H.R. Vice-President
10. p. 156,226.
.l0yl'lBl', Glenda - D. 156.
Joyner, Martha Ann - DE 12, Latin Club 10.
Kaster, Lynda Ophelia - CBE 12, NHS 11,12.
Keel, Susan Lynn - H.R. Vice-President 10,
Lionettes 12, Pep Club 11,12, St. Coun. 10,l1.
Kelley, Judith Frances - Civinettes 12, "Flower
Drum Song" 12, GAA 10, Gymnastics 12, H.R.
Vice-President 10, Vice-President 12, Swimming
11. p. 116,158,272,283.
Keenan, George Anthony Jr. - Boys' Chorus 11,
Concert Choir 12, Madrigals 11,12. p. 52,158.
Kerby, Larry - DE 11,12, Los Sombreritos 10.
Kerr, Laurie - "Camelot" 10, "Carousel" 11,
Concert Choir 11, French Club 12, FHA 12,
Girls' Chorus 10, H.R. President 10, St. Coun.
King, David P. Jr. - Transferred from Morgan-
town High School. Morgantown, Virginia, 12.
King, Joseph wayne - o. 158l
Kirkland, Joyce - Transferred from Lincoln High
School, Gainesville, Florida, 11. p. 158.
Kirkland, Marion Eugene - Los Sombreritos 10.
Kite, Diane - Basketball Intramurals 11, FHA
10, FSA 10,11, Nike 11, Secretary 12, Para-
MedicaI10,11, Pep Club 10,11.
Kramig, Steve - p. 158.
Kremer, Paul William - Football 10, Key Club
11,12, Los Sombreritos 11, LSA 11,12, NHS
12. p. 87,106,158.
Kress, Steven Morton - Transferred from Dar-
lington High School, Rome, Georgia, 11, Band
11,12, "Carousel" 11, "Flower Drum Song" 12,
Pep Band 11,12. p. 56,158.
Krezdorn, Vickie - FTA 11,12, JAS 11,12,
LSA 10,11,12, Mu Alpha Theta 11, Secretary
12, NHS 11,12, Pep Club 11,12, Scribblers
11, Vice-President 12, SHH 10,11, Treasurer
12, St. Coun. 12, Swimming 11,12. p. 80,84,
KI'0I1'l8f, ROUGH -
Kuhns, Rolf Michael - Band 10,11,12, "Flower
Drum Song" 12, H.R. President 11, Latin Club
11,12, Mu Alpha Theta 12, NHS 12, Orchestra
11,12, Pep Band 10,11,12. p. 56,B7,9O,95,159.
Lackey, Lonnie LaRue - Basketball Intramurals
11,12, Football 10,11, Captain 12, "G" Club
10,11,12, Track 10,11,12. p. 159,226,262,263.
Laessle, Mary Lee- p. 159.
LaGrasse, Brenda Frances - Hurricane Players
12, Nike 12, Swimming 10, Thespian 12. p. 65,
Lancaster, Brenda - p. 159.
Land, A. J. Jr. - Basketball 10, Boys' Chorus 10,
Vice-President 11, Concert Choir 10,11, Football
10,11, FTA 11, H.R. Treasurer 10, Pep Club
10,11, St. Coun. 10, Swimming 10. p. 76,159.
Landrum, Margaret Elizabeth - FHA 11. p. 159.
Lane, Tommy - "Arsenic and Old Lace" 12,
Boys' Chorus 10,11, "Camelot" 10, "Carousel"
11, Christmas Play 12, Concert Choir 10,11,
Vice-President 12, "Flower Drum Song" 12,
Hurricane Players 12, Hurricane Singers 11,12,
Key Club 11,12, Thespian 12. p. 52,54,55,159.
Langley, Mitchell - Transferred from Newberry
High School, Newberry, Florida, 10, Boys' Chorus
Larsen, Janeen Jess - "Camelot" 10, "Carousel"
11, Hurricane Players 10,11, Mu Alpha Theta
11,12, NHS 11,12, Orchestra 10,11,12. p. 59,
Leadon, ChristopherJohn-Basketball 10, Gamma
12, H.R. 12, Latin Club 10, Los Sombreritos 10.
Leadon, Mary Teresa - Los Sombreritos 11,
NHS 12, Nike 11, Treasurer 12, SHH 12, p.
Lee, Buddy Greene - p. 159.
Lee, Dale Edward - Football 12. p. 159,226.
Lee, Marina Elizabeth-Transferred from Chatham
Hall, Chatham, Virginia, 12, French Club 12,
Lionettes Historian 12. p. 48,92,128,159.
B. H J,
Gainesville Aarea All Stars in football were Laurie Vidal, Tommy Hanssen, and John-
ny Jackson. Not pictured was Larue Lackey.
Lefter, Linda Sue - CBE 12, Hurricane Players
11,12, Thespian 11, Treasurer 12. p. 38,89,96,
Lenahan, Pate - "Camelot" 10, "Carousel" 11,
Concert Choir 11, Girls' Chorus President 10,
Keyettes 11,12. p. 126,159.
Leopold, Richard - p. 160.
Lewis, Robert -
Lindsey, Gary - Boys'Chorus 10, Football 10.
Lipham, Larry Wayne -- Boys' Chorus 10,11,
"Camelot" 10, "Carousel" 11, Concert Choir
10,11,12, "Flower Drum Song" 12, Hurricane
Players 11,12, Madrigals 11, Thespian 11,12.
Little, Jennifer Ruth - DE Secretary 12. p. 72,
Littleiohn, Linda Louise - Gymnastics 10,11,12.
Litz, Brent- D. 46,16O.
Lolyd, Barbara - Para Medical 10,11, Vice Pres-
ident 12. p. 105,160.
Loggins, Melinda - CBE 12. p. 3B,160.
Looney, Bill - Civitan Jr. 12, FFA 10,11,12.
Lowry, Dean - Transferred from Riverside Mil-
itary Academy, Jacksonville, Florida 12, Gymnas-
tics 10,11,12, Los Sombreritos 11, St. Coun. 12.
Lucas, Carolyn Sue - Transferred from Robert E.
Lee High School, Jacksonville, Florida, 12, DCT
12. p. 74.
Luke, Gloria - Girls' Chorus 10. p. 160.
Lyons, Connie Ann - Civinettes 12, H.R. Secre-
tary 10. p. 36,116.
Macdonald, John Barber - Class President 11,
"Courtship of Eddie's Father" 10, H.R. President
10, Vice-President 11, Hurricane Players 10,11,12,
LSA 10, NHS 12, St. Coun. 10,11, President
of St. Body 12, Thespian 10, Treasurer 11, Vice-
President 12, Wheel 10,11,12. p. 80,84,B7,96,
Mack, Lee - Transferred from Rantoul Town-
ship High School, Rantoul, Illinois, 11. p. 160.
Madison, Don - Boys' Chorus 11, "Carousel"
11, Concert Choir 12, "Flower Drum Song" 12,
H.R. Officer 12, JAS 10,11,12, Latin Club 10,11,
Mu Alpha Theta 11,12, NHS 12, St. Coun. 12,
Wheel 12. p. 52,80,B4,B7,91,120,160.
Maggard, Ted - p. 160.
Mallard, Bruce -
Mallory, Louis B.- Band 10, "Carousel" 11, DCT
12, "Flower Drum Song" 12. p. 160.
Manning, Dale Martin - p. 160.
Mansir, Cheryl- Transferred from Gardiner High
School, Gardiner, Maine, Concert Choir 12, "Flower
Drum Song" 12. p. 52,161.
MIIISOIG, NBSQOI BBBIIU-TYBCK 10,11. D. 161.
Martin, Carol Lynn - FHA 10, Girls' Chorus
10, H.R. Secretary 10, Para-Medical 10,11. p.
Martin, Dale - p. 161.
Martin, Gary Randall - "Arsenic and Old Lace"
12, "Flower Drum Song" 12, Hurricane Players
Martin, Graylyn Roberta - Transferred from Lin-
coln High School, Gainesville, Florida, 11, "Ar-
lsenic and Old Lace" 12, "Flower Drum Song"
12, FHA Historian 10, FTA 12, H.R. Officer
10, Hurricane Players 12, LSA 11,12, St. Coun.
10. p. 96,98,161.
Martin, Laura Dale- Girls' Chorus 10.
Martin, William B. - Basketball 10,11, "G" Club
12, Class President 10, St. Coun. 10, Wheel
10. p. 161.
Matthews, Connie - p. 161.
May, Carol Kathryn - CBE President 129 FSA
Secretary 11, Vice-President 129 Latin Club 11,
129 Para-Medical 10, Treasurer 11, President 12.
MoCaldin, Russell William - Transferred from
Anderson High School, Cincinnati, Ohio, 12. p.
McDanieII, Vernon F. - Basketball 109 Football
10,11,129 "G" Club 10,11,12Q Track 11,12. p.
Mcbavid, Randy - Basketball 109 Hurricane
Herald Staff 11,129 JAS 10,11, President 129
Key Club 129 Latin Club 109 Mu Alpha Theta
129 NHS 11,129 Quill St Scroll 12. p. 47,8-4985,
McEIwee, Martha Caroline - "Flower Drum Song"
129 French Club 11,129 FHA 109 FTA 11, Sec-
retary 10,129 LSA 109 Mu Alpha Theta 11,129
NSS 129 Pep Club 10,12,12. p. 87,91,92,9B,
McGee, Judy Lynn - Transferred from Dreher
High School, Columbia, South Carolina, 129
Para-Medical 12. p. 162.
MoGilvray, John Marshal- p. 162.
McGuire, Robert - Transferred from Melrose
High School, Melrose, Florida, 11. p. 162.
Mclnnis, Dede- p. 163,294.
McKinney, Susan - Carousel" 119 Concert Choir
129 "Flower Drum Song" 129 FTA 11,129 Girls'
Chorus 119 H.R. President 10, Secretary 11, Pres-
ident 129 Pep Club 119 Scribblers 11,12. p. 52,
McNeill, John Thomas - Wheel 11. p. 163.
McPhaiI, Linda Carole - Christmas Paly 129
Chorallettes 129 Concert Choir 129 "Flower
Drum Song" 129 Girls' Chorus 10,11. p. 52,
McPherson, John Neil - Gamma 10,11, Chap-
lain 129 Pep Club 11. p. 30,11B,163.
McVay, Susan - p. 163.
Meaden, Sharon Annette - Nike 129 Para-Med-
ical 10. p. 163.
Mears, Robert - p. 163.
Melton, Linda Louise - Transferred from Alto-
vista High School, Altovista, Virginia, 129 CBE
12. p. 38.
Melton, Paige - p. 126,163.
Meyer, David L. - DCT 11,12. p. 74.
Middlehoven, Cobie - p. 163,292.
Middleton, Donna - p. 52,76,116,163,269.
Miller, Brenda Sue - Transferred from Corpus
Christi, Texas, 112 Latin Club 119 Sigma Anchor
11, Chaplain 12. p. 132,163.
Miller, Pamela Aileen - Transferred from John-
son High School, Yokata AEB, Tokyo, Japan
129 NHS 129 Sigma Anchor 12. p. 132,163.
Milligan, Mary - p. 163.
Mitchell, Nancy Lynn - "Arsenic and Old Lace"
129 "Flower Drum Song" 129 H.R. Vice Preisdent
10, Secretary 119 Hurricane Palyers 10,11,129
LSA 129 Pep Club 10,11,129 Scribblers 129 St.
Coun. 11,129 Swimming 10. D. 80,96,101,106,163,
Mixson, Shiley Carolyn - Anchor 11, Chaplain
129 CBE 129 FSA 12. p. 39,99,112,163.
Monismith, Jim - Transferred from Palatka High
School, Palatka, Florida, 11. p. 163.
Montgomery, Jeffrey Mack - Basketball Intra-
murals 129 Class Officer, President 129 Football
Intramurals 129 "G" Club 129 Gamma 10, Golf
109 Softball Intramurals 129 St. Coun. 129
Swimming 10,11,129 Wheel 12. p. 83,136,139,
Montgomery, Joseph W. - FFA 10. p. 163.
Mooney, Christine Elaine - Para-Medical 11. p.
Morgan, Marcellus - Latin Club 10,119 Orchestra
11,12. p. 60,164.
Morrison, Margaret V. - Beta 109 "Camelot"
109 FHA 119 H.R. Treasurer 129 Pep Club 10,
119 Sigma Anchor 12. p. 132,164.
Morrow, Martha Jane -
Mott, Larry Ralph - "Arsenic and Old Lace 129
"Carousel" 119 Concert Choir 11,129 "Flower
Drum Song" 129 Hurricane Players 11,129 Hurri-
cane Singers 11,125 Los Sombreritos 109 Pep
Club 129 Thespian 11,129 "You Can't Take It
With You" 11. p. 52,54,89,96,164,174.
Mountain, Sandra Ann - FHA 10. p. 164.
Mullinax, Jeff Craig - Pep Club 12. p. 7O,164.
Muncy, Beverly Jean - Los Sombreritos 11.
Murphey, Doug - p. 164.
Murphree, John Clyde - Annual Staff 129 Basket-
ball Intramurals 11,129 Football Intramurals
129 H. R. President 10, Vice-President 129 ICC
129 Pep Club 10,11,129 St. Coun. 10,125 Wheel
10,11, Secretary 12. p. 44, 8O,120,164,171,254.
Musgrave, Claudia Jean - Cheerleader 10,11,
129 Class Treasurer 129 H. R. Secretary 10,119
Pep Club 10,11,12Q St. Coun. 10,11,12. p. 139,
Myers, Susan Jan - CBE 129 FHA 109 Latin
Club 109 Para-Medical 10. p. 39.
Myking, Barbara Jeanne - Cheerleader 109
"Flower Drum Song" 129 Gymnastics 129 H. R.
Secretary 119 Pep Club 10,119 St. Council 10,
11. p. 164,272.
Myking, Susan Joanne - Annual Staff 119123
Class Secretary 109 French Club 109 H. R.
Secretary 10,11,129 ICC President 129 NHS
129 St. Coun. 10,11,129 St. Coun. Sec. 12. p.
Nalbaoh, Steve - p. 164.
Neill, Diantha Lea - "Camelot" 109 "Carousel"
119 Civinettes 119 "Flower Drum Song" 12. p.
Nesler, Patricia Kay- CBE 12. p. 38,164.
Newsome, Marianna - Anchor 10, Vice-Presi-
dent 11, President 129 FTA 129 ICC 11,12. p.
Newsome, Mitchell R. - Boys' Chorus 129 Chess
Club 11,129 "Flower Drum Song" 129 Football
119 Hurricane Singers 129 Los Sombreritos 109
Pep Club 10,11,129 Track 11. p. 164.
Newton, Valerie A. - Transferred from Whites-
boro Central High School, Whitesboro, New
York, 119 "Carousel" 119 Concert Choir 11. p.
Nichols, Sally Elizabeth - Transferred from Mad-
ison High School, Tampa, Florida, 109 Alpha
10,119 H. R. Officer 10,129 Pep Club 10. p. 164.
Norwood, Phillip Wayne - Key Club 129 Los
Sombreritos 11. p. 125,165.
0'DelI, William Joseph - French Club 11912:
H.R. President 10, President 129 Key Club 11,
Treasurer 129 Mu Alpha Theta 11,129 NHS 11,
Vice-President 12. p. 84,86,91,92,124,165.
Oliver, John Patrick- D. 165.
Osgood, Stephanie - Transferred from Terry Par-
ker High School, Jacksonville, Florida, 109 An-
chor 11, Historian 129 Band 11,129 Latin Club
11,129 Mu Alpha Theta 129 NHS 129 Pep club.
Osterbind, Ellen Amanda - Hurricane Herald
Staff 11, Co-Editor 129 Latin Club 11,12Q LSA 109
Mu Alpha Theta 11,121 NHS 129 Pep Club
10,11,129 Quill 81 Scroll 129 Scribblers 11,129
Swimming 10,11. p. 95,101,165.
Pace, Jean - FHA 12. p. 165.
Linda Boyles was a hard working candy
salesman for the Senior Candy Drive.
Padgett, Margarett Carole - p. 165.
Pardue, Bobbie Elilabeih - CBE 12. p. 38,165.
Parmly, Barbara Jane - Transferred from Bal-
boa High School, Balboa, Canal Zone, 129 Basket-
ball Intramurals 129 FHA 129 Lionettes President
129 Pep Club 12. p. 32,128,166,284.
Patora, Ken E. - Transferred from Winter Park
High School, Winter Park, Florida, 129 Concert
Choir 12. p. 52,166.
Paulson, Susan Kay - Girls' Chorus 109 Pep
Club 11,12. p. 167.
Pavelka, Alicia Laura - French Club 11,129 H.
R. Secretary 109 NHS 11,12. p. B6,92,144,167.
Pearl, Marilyn Laverne - Civinettes 10, Pres-
ident 119 St. Coun. 11. p. 167.
Pearson, Lamar-Civitan Jr. 11. p. 166.
Pennell, Virginia Lou - Gymnastics 11. p. 166.
Perkins, Jimmy- p. 83,167,268.
Perry, Lynda - Beta 11,129 "Camelot 109 "Ca-
elot 109 Concert Choir 129 "Flower Drum Song"
129 Girls' Chorus 10,119 Madrigals 12. p. 52,167.
Philman, Joan Dianne - Basketball Intramurals
109 CBE President 12. p. 38,105,167.
Pickett, James - p. 166.
Picou, David Lloyd - Gamma 10,11,12. p. 166.
Pierce, Helen Louise - French Club 11, Trea-
surer 129 GAA 109 NHS 12. p. 87,92,167.
Pierson, Carrie Sue -Annual Staff 11,123 Basket-
ball lntramurals 129 Civinettes Vice-President 11,
President 129 FHA 109 H.R. President 109 Pres-
ident 119 LSA 109 Quill 81 Scroll 129 St. Coun.
129 Swimming 10. p. 44,80,85,116,167,293.
Pinskle, Mark George - Transferred from Minne-
sot Hlgh School, Arlington, Virginia, 12.
Platt, Steven Russell- Basketball Intramurals 12,
Football Intramurals 12, JAS 10,11, LSA 10,
NHS 12: Pen Club 11, sl-lll lo, Wheel 11,12.
PIM'-a '-ale Lee - Football 10,11,12, "G"
'- Transferred from Derby High
Kansas, 10, CBE 12, FSA 11,12.
- .mogene - p. 167.
...L M A-,lee-p. 167.
Ponzio, Jo- Cheerleader 10,11,12, Gymnastics,
Pep Club 10,11,12, Swimming 10,11,12. p. 167,
Poole, Karen Quinette - Band 10,11,12, "Flower
Drum Song" 12, Orchestra 10,11,12, Pep Band
11,12. p. 56.6O.166.
Pothier, Donna - Gymnastics 12, H.R. President
11. p. 166,272.
Pratt, Karen Susan - French Club 10, FSA 11,
NHS 12. p. 87,167.
Price, Juanita Gaile - CBE 12, Para-Medical.
Priem, Pamela Kay - "Arsenic and Old Lace"
12, "Camelot" 11, "Carousel" 12, Concert Choir
11,12, "Flower Drum Song 12, Para-Medical 10,
Scribblers 12, Thespian 11,12, "You Can't Take
It with You" 11. D. B9,96,167.
Primo, Michael James - Football 10,11,12,
Hurricane Herald Staff 11, Track 10. p. 168,226.
Fritz, Mike - Basketball Intramurals 10, Civitan
Jr. 10, Vice-President 11, President 12, Football
Intramurals 12. p. 168.
Pullen, Mary Jean - Anchor 12, Band 11,12,
"Camelot" 10, Girls' Chorus 10, Hurricane
Players 11, Los Sombreritos 11, Orchestra 12,
Para-Medical 12, Pep Band 12. p. 57,60,105,113,
Rackley, Nancy Gail Angela - "Arsenic and Old
Lace" 12, "Carousel" 11, Hurricane Players 10,
11,12, Los Sombreritos 10, LSA 10. p. 168.
Rafferty, Pat - Civinettes 12, FHA 10, H.R.
Secretary 10. p. 83,117,16B.
Rafferty, Sandy - Majorettes 12. p. 59,168.
Ratliff, Randy- Gymnastics - 12, Track 12.
Rebev, Timmothy - p. 168.
Reed, Chad - "Arsenic and Old Lace" 12, Boys'
Chorus 10,11, "Carousel" 11, Christmas Play 12,
Concert Choir 10,11,12, "Flower Drum Song" 12,
Hurricane Players 11,12, Hurricane Singers Secre-
tary 12, Thespian 11, President 12, "You Can't
"You Can't Take It with You" 11. p. 43,52,54,
Reed, Charles Mitchell - Transferred from
South West Dekalb High School, Atlanta Georgia,
11. p. 168.
Reeves, Richard - p. 168,287.
Register, Dale - Football 10,11,12, "G" Club
11,12, LSA 10,11, Mu Alpha Theta 11.12: NHS
11,12, sr. Coun. 10, Wheel 12. p. 121,168,226,
Reib, Cristie Clark - p. 168.
Reid, Eddie - Boys' Chorus 10,11, "Camelot" 10,
"Camelot" 11, Chess Club 11,12, Concert
Choir 10,11,12, "Flower Drum Song" 12, French
Club 11,12, Madregals 11,12, Mu Alpha Theta
11, President 12, NHS 11,12. p. 52,86,91,92,137,
Renfrow, Marilyn - Transferred from Taylor
County High School, Perry, Florida, 11, CBE 12.
Renshaw, Kathleen - Transferred from Home-
stead High School, Mequon, Wisconsin, 12, "Ar-
senic and Old Lace" 12 Concert Choir 12, Christ-
mas Play 12, "Flower Drum Song" 12, Thespian
12. p. 52,168.
Rentz, Leah Geneva - Transferred from Lincoln
High School, Gainesville, Florida, 10, FHA 11.
Reynolds, Linda Faye - CBE 12, French Club
10,11, FSA 11, President 12, Majorettes 10,11.
Rhea, Paul Edward -
Rhoads, Jon Martin - Transferred from Sturgis
High School, Sturgis, Michigan, 10, Band 11,
"Flower Drum Song" 12, FTA 11, JAS 12, Mu
Alpha Theta 12, NHS 12, Orchestra 11,12. p. 61,
Rhodes, Tom - French Club 11,12, H.R. Vice-
President 10, Key Club 10,11, Chaplain 12, NHS
12. p. B7,92,124,168.
Richardson, Jennifer Alice - Transferred from
Clearwater High School, Clearwater, Florida, 11,
DCT Secretary 12. p. 168,74.
Robbins, Dale Lou - FHA 10,11, H.R. 10,11,
12, St. Coun. 12. p. 168285.
Robbins, James Earl-Transferred from Tate High
School, Pensacola, Florida, 11, Basketball ln-
tramurals 12, Chess Club 11,12, Football Intra-
murals 12, Mu Alpha Theta 12, NHS 12. p. 87,
Robinett, Alan -
Robinson, Catherine Elizabeth - H.R. Vice-Pre-
sident12, St. Coun. 12. p. 168.
Robinson, Mary Marlena - Band 10,11,12, "Ca-
rousel" 11, "Flower Drum Song" 12, Hurricane
Players 12, Pep Band 10,11,12, Sigma Anchor 11,
12, Thespian 12. p. 56,96,132,133,17O.
Robinson, Rexal Leigh - Civitan Jr. 11, Pre-
sident 12, Football 10,11,12. p. 122,170.
Robinson, Sandra M. - Beta 10, Chaplain 11,
Vice-President 12, French Club 11,12, FHA 11,
H.R. Secretary 10, President 12, St. Coun. 12.
Rogers, Clarence Dann - Hurricane Players 12,
Key Club 11,12, Thespian 12. p. 125,170.
Rogers, Rodney E. - Boys' Chorus 10,11, Concert
Choir 12, FFA 10,11 President 12, Track 10,11.
Rolfe, Warren Nelson -
Rose, Rick- DCT 12. p. 74.
Roundtree, Edith Marian-Alpha 10.11. HiSf0fi8f1
125 "Camelot" 10, "Carousel" 11, Class Officer
Treasurer 10, Treasurer 11, Concert Choir 11,
Girls' Chorus 10, H.R. President 11, Vice-Pres-
ident 12, Los Sombreritos 10, LSA 11, Pep
Club 11,12, St. Coun. 10, Treasurer 11, Vice-
President 12, Swimming 11. p. B0,11,119,170,
Roundtree, Steed Drewry - Golf 12. p. 170,
Rousseau, Jeanne- Latin Club 10,11. p. 170.
Rowe, Lindee - French Club 11,12, Mu Alpha
Theta 12, NHS 11,12, SHH 10. p. 86,92,170.
Rowland, Montine - p. 170.
Rucker, Rodney C. - Transferred from Miami
Norland High School, Miami, Florida, 10, Foot-
ball 10,11, Track 11. p. 170.
Runyon, Louis - Transferred from Pikewill High
School, Pikeville, Kentucky, 12. p. 170.
Rutledge, Clarence Lloyd - "Camelot" 10, "Ca-
rousel" 11, Concert Choir 10,11,12, "Flower
Drum Song" 12, H.R. 10. p. 52.
Ryals, Jack Carl- Basketball 10,11,12, LSA 10,
Pep Club 10,11,12, Wheel 10,11,12. p. 120,170,
Salisbury, Francis Charles - DE 11, JAS 10,11,
12, Key Club 12, Latin Club 10. p. 84,125.
Sanders, Johnny Frank- p. 170.
Sanders, Steven Wayne - p. 170.
Sanford, Frank -
Scafuti, John Charles - Transferred from Wolfson
High School, Jacksonville, Florida, 11, "G" Club
12, Swimming 11,12. p. 83268.
Schroder, Hank - Basketball 10,11, Wheel 10.
Schwartz, William W. - Chess Club 11,12, H.
R. Officer 11. p. 170.
Scott, Jan Marie - Band 11,12. p. 56,170.
Scott, Marjorie -
Scott, Raymond - Basketball Intramurals 10,11,
12, Latin Club 11,12. p. 95,170.
Seay, Nancy Elaine - DE 12, DECA 12, FHA
10,11. p. 170.
Seymour, Larry Jerome - H. R. Vice-President
10, Pep Club 12. p. 171,
Shadburn, Carole Rebecca- FHA 10. p. 171.
Shaffer, Charles L. - Band 10,11,12, Key Club
10,11, NHS 12, Pep Band 10,11,12. p. 171.
Sheffield, Harry- p. 171.
Sheffield, Larry - Baseball 10,11,12, Football
11,12, Pep Club 12, St. Coun. 10. p. 171,226,271.
Shepherd, Charlie - Transferred from Blue Ridge
School for Boys, Hendersonville, North Carolina,
10. p. 37,171.
Sherouse, Marcus - p. 73.
Shiver, Sharon - DE 11,12. p. 72,171.
Shomaber, Ronald -
Sikes, Larry- "Carousel" 11, Civitan Jr. 10,11,12,
H.R. President 10, Los Sombreritos 11, "You
Can't Take It with You" 11. p. 123,171.
Simmons, John W. - p. 73.
Sims, Jo Carol - H. R. Secretary-Treasurer 10,
Secretary 12, Latin Club 12, LSA 11,12, Sigma
Anchor 12. p. 95,106,133,182.
Sloan, Angela - p. 74,172.
Small, Matthew- FFA 12. p. 100.
Smith, Carolyn Wynnette - Basketball Intra-
murals 12, Civinettes 12. p. 36,117,172.
Smith, Dewey -
Smith, Dorothy-GAA 10,12. p. 104,172.
Smith, Ginger - DE 11,12, St. Coun. 10. p. 72,
Smith, Joe N. - Boys' Chorus 10,11,12, "Ca-
rousel" 11, "Flower Drum Song" 12, Hurricane
Singers 12. p. 172.
Smith, Alyse Kathy - p. 172.
Smith, Villie - Transferred from Gordon Mili-
tary College, Barnesville, Georgia, 12.
Sneeringer, Carlton -
Snyder, Kenneth Earl - Mu Alpha Theta 12,
NHS 11,12. p. 86,172.
Sommer, Bruno - DE 11,12, DECA 11,12. p. 172.
Soxman, James Thomas - Basketball 10,11,
Gamma 10,11,12, JAS 10,11. Latin Club 10,11,
St. Coun. 11, Track 10,11.
Sponn, Linda - Transferred from Lincoln High
School, Gainesville, Florida, 11, FSA 12, GAA
12. p. 99,104,72.
Spear, Allan Ward - Basketball 10, Baseball 10,
11,12, Football 10, 11,12, "G" Club 10, 11, 12.
Spivey, Marvin - p. 172
Stakely, Jim - Basketball Intramurals 12, Foot
ball Intramurals 12, French Club 12, H. R. Tre:
surer 10, Key Club 12, Latin Club 10, Tennis 1
11,12, Thespian 11,12, "You Can't Take It wi l
You." 11. p. 92,125,183,264
Stanley, Luticia M. - "Camelot" 10, DCT 11,
125 FHA 105 Girl'S Chorus 10. D. 74,173.
Stapleton, Nancy Sue - FHA 11, GAA 10,115
Hurricane Players 105 JAS 105 Latin Club His-
torian 11, Senator 125 NHS 125 Sigma Anchor
11,12. p. B7,133,173.
Steadham, .aura - p. 39,99,173.
Steeger, John - Basketball Intramurals 10,11,125
Chess Club 11,125 French Club 11,125 Latin
Club 10, 11, 125 Mu Alpha Theta 11,125 NHS 12.
Stephens, Jerry J. - Boys' Chorus 10,115 "Ca-
rousel" 115 Concert Choir 125 "Flower Drum Song"
125 Para-Medical 10, 115 Pep Club 115 Track 12.
Stevens, Rick - Basketball 10, 11, 125 "G"
Club 11,125 Golf 10,11,125 H. R. President 105
LSA 115 Pep Club 115 Wheel Vice-President 11,
President 12. p. 83,120,183,23B,241,146,249,266,
Stokes, Steve - p. 173.
Stone, Reba Lynn - H.R. President 11,125
Keyettes 11,125 LSA 11,12: Mu Alpha Theta 11,
Vice-President 125 NHS 11,125 SHH 11,12. p. 86,
Strickland, Allene - FHA 115 GAA 115 LSA 10,
11,125 Pep Club 115 Sigma Anchor 10,11,125
Swimming 10. D. 106,133,173,246,247,24B.
Strickland, Elmer Andrew - Transferred from
Santa Fe High School, Santa Fe Florida, 115
Basketball 11,12. p. 173,238,241,24B,252.
Strickland, Gary Wayne - p. 173.
Strickland, Jacqueline -
Stringer, Warner Armstrong - French Club 10,
11, President 125 Hurricane Herald Staff 11,125
Key Club 11,125 NHS 125 Quill 81 Scroll 125
St. Coun. 12. p. 47,80,85,87,92,124,153,173.
Stripling, Carolyn - Keyettes 10,11,125 Los
Sombreritos 105 LSA 115 Pep Club 11,125 SHH
12. p. 30,106,126,173.
Summerlin, Steve - p. 286.
Sutherland, Donna Gale - Basketball Intre-
murals 115 "Camelot" 105 French Club 125 H.
R. Secretary 1O,11. p. 92,173.
Swilley, Carrol June - Transferred from Chief-
land High School, Chiefland, Florida5 DE 125
DECA 125 FHA 10,115 Para-Medical 11. p. 72,
Talbot, Cecil - Football 10,11,125 "G" Club
11,125 H. R. Chaplain 125 Pep Club 125 Wheel
11,12. p. 83,121,174,226.
Taylor, Debra Ann - Annual Staff 11,125 Basket-
ball lntramurals 11,125 French Club 125 FTA 11,
President 125 H. R. Secretary-Treasurer 115 Hurri-
cane Players 105 Keyettes 11,125 Latin Club 10,
115 Mu Alpha Theta 11,125 NHS 11,125 Pep
Club 10,11, Secretary-Treasurer 125 Quill 84 Scroll
125 St. Coun. 10. p. B5,86,98,109,126,174,289.
Teller, James David - Band 105 Basketball ln-
tramurals 10,11,125 Chess Club 125 Football In-
tramurals 125 French Club 125 Hurricane Herald
Staff 125 Key Club 125 Mu Alpha Theta 11,125
NHS 12. p. 47,87,91,125,174.
Thigpin, Judy Carolyn - GAA 12. p. 174.
Thomas, Donna Jean - Band 10,11,125 "Came-
lot" 105 "Carousel" 115 "Flower Drum Song"
125 FHA 125 Latin Club 115 Orchestra 10,
11, Secretary-Treasurer 125Para-lVlediCal10,11,125
Pep Band 10,11,125 Scribblers 12. p. 57,60,102,
Thomas, Sandra Faye - FHA 105 FTA 11, 125
Gaa 10, Vice-President11,125 Keyettes 11,125 LSA
10,11,125 NHS 11, Historian 125 Pep Club 125
St. Coun. 12. p. 80,86,96,98,104,106,126,174.
Thompson, Mary Ann - "Camelot" 105 "Ca-
rousel" 115 CBE 125 FSA 125 Girls' Chorus 105
H. R. Vice-President 11. p. 39,174.
Thompson, Steven - Band 10,11,125 Civitan Jr
105 Pep Band 12. p. 56,174.
Threatte, Rose Marie - "Camelot" 105 "Ca-
rousel" 115 Concert Choir 115 FHA 125 Girls'
Chorus 105 H. R. Secretary 125 Latin Club 10,115
Tennis Captain 11,12. p. 42,175,269,265.
Tiller, Janie Ann - Transferred from Mainland
High School, Daytona Beach, Florida, 125 Annual
Staff 125 "Flower Drum Song" 125 Hurricane
Players 125 Keyettes 125 Quill 81 Scroll 125 Tennis
12. p. 45,B5,96,126,161,175,265,293
Tilley, Deborah Jacqueline - Transferred from
Furr Junior-Senior High School, Houston, Texas,
105 CBE 125 FHA 105 H.R. President 115 Los
Sombreritos 105 Pep Club 11. p. 39,175.
National Merit Semi-Finalists were Jeanne Du Bois, Carl Horne, Randy Greene, Janeen
Larsen, James Teller, and Eddie Reid. Not pictured was John Murphree.
Tisdale, Barbara Ann - CBE 115 FHA 115115:
Los Sombreritos 115 Sigma Anchor 12. p. 38,133.
Tisdale Dianne - DECA ' - A .
173,175 VICE President 12 p.
TISUQ. Stenhanie - Alpha 10,11,125 "Carousel"
11: Fl0wer Drum Song" 125 French Club 11,
125 H. R. Vlce-President 105 Mu Alpha Theta 125
NHS 12: Pep Club 10,11,12. p. 87,90,92,111,175.
Todd, Judy - p. 73,175.
Turlington, Carlene - FTA 125 Swimming 10. p.
Turner, Constance Lousie - "Carousel" 115
Concert Choir 115 FTA Historian 11, Vice-
President 125 Keyettes 11, President 125 Mu
Alpha Theta 12, NHS 12. p, 82,87,98,126,175.
Turner, Thomas D. - Civitan Jr. 10,115 French
Club 10,11,125 NHS 11,12. p. 86,92,175,
Tussinger, Cynthia Lynn - DECA Historian 12.
Tyer, Austin James - DE 11,125 DECA 11,12.
Tyner, Lynn - "Arsenic and Old Lace" 125
"Carousel" 115 Chess Club 125 "Flower Drum
Song" 125 Mu Alpha Theta 11,125 NHS 11,125
Orchestra 10,11,12. p. 60,86,91,175.
Vflfl VeldhlllSDn, Wllli3l'l1 - Chess Club 12, Mu
Alpha Theta 11,125 NHS 11,125 Track 10,11,
Varner, Susan - p. 37,175.
Verink, Barbara -
Transferred from Whetstone High School, Colum-
bus, Ohio, 115 GAA 11,125 Para-Medical 11,12.
Vidal, Lauris - Baseball 125 Football 125 "G"
Club 125 H.R. President 10, President 11, Presi-
dent 125 St. Coun. 10,115 Tennis 11,125 Wheel
11,12. p. 83,121,175,226228,271.
Vallmert, Leslie - Transferred from Forrest
High School, Jacksonville, Florida, 105 NHS 12.
Wagner, William Bradley - Basketball 10,11,125
Gamma 10, Sgt.-at-Arms, President 125 LSA 10,
11,125 NHS 11,125 Pep Club 11,125 SHH 10,
11,125 St. Coun. 125 Tennis 12. p. 86,88,106,118,
Wagoner, Michael Deborah - CBE Vice-Presi-
dent 125 FHA 10. p. 38,175.
Waldrop, James E. - Chess Club 10. p. 154,175.
Walker, Billy Leslie - DE 125 DECA 12. p.
Walker, Jean - DE 125 H.R. Treasurer 12. p.
Walker, Wanda Marie - DE 125 DECA 12. p. 72,
Wvard, Randy - Transferred from Columbia
High School, Lake City, Florida, 12.
Wasdin, Arvida - CBE 125 FHA 105 Para.
Medical 10. p. 39,17s.
Wilson- James Josellh - French Club 1112-
Key Club 10,11, Secretary 125 Latin Cl n 10.111
NHS 11,12. p.86,92,124.176. U ' '
Weatherington, Karen - Transferred from Ocala
Hlgh School, Ocala, Florida, 115 Civinettes 11,
Sgt.-at-Arms 125 FTA 11,125 Mu Alpha Theta
125 NHS 12. p. B7,.90,98,176.
Welch, Howard Glen - Chess Club 115 Swim-
ming 10. p. 176.
Westfall, Gladys Carol - French Club 11,125
Keyettes 125 sr. couh. 12. p. ss,ao,92,12a,17s.
White, Emma Jean- p. 177.
Whitehead, Barbara Anne - FHA Treasurer 10:
Keyettes 11,12: Latin Club 12: Mu Alpha Theta
11,12: NHS 11,12: Sr. Steering Comm. 12: SHH
10,11: St. Coun. 11. p. 68,86,91,95,126,157,177.
Whitetorli, John - Tennis 12: Wheel 1O,11,12.
Wigglesworth, Dana Sue - Alpha 11,12: Cheer-
leader 10: Class Secretary 12: FSA 11: H.R. Sec-
retary 10, Vice -President 11, President 12. p.
Wilcox, Terry - FHA Historian 11: GAA 10,
11: LSA 11,12: Pep Club 11: Sigma Anchor 11,
Parliamentarian 12. p. 106,132,177.
Wilkinson, Bill - Gamma 10,11, Vice-President
12. p. 118, 177,287.
Wilkinson, Linda - Band 10,11: Latin Club 11,
12: Pep Band 11. p. 95,177.
Williams, Billy - Football 11,12: "G" Club 12:
Track 10,11. p. 83,177,l99,226.
Williams, Earnest Eugene-Transferred from Key-
stone Heights High School, Keystone Heights,
Williams, Janice Ann - Beta 10,11, Treasurer
12: FHA 10: GAA 11: Latin Club 10: Para-
Medical10. p. 114,177.
Williams, Kathleen - DE Historian 11,12. p.
Willaims, Leslie - Transferred from Bartram
High School, Jacksonville, Florida, 11: Beta 11,12:
JAS 11, Secretary-Treasurer 12: Latin Club 11,12:
Pep Club 11. p. B4,95,115,177.
Willaims, Rita Kathryn - "Carousel" 11: "Flow-
er Dmm Song" 12: Pep Club 11. p. 84,95,115,
Williams, Rita Kathryn - "Carousel" 11: "Flow-
er Drum Song" 12: FHA 10: FTA 11, Historian
Akins, Charles- 182
Allen, Donna- 182
Allen, Wanda- 56,182
Allums, Linda- 80
Anderson, Joe- 182,226
Anderson, Judy- 182
Anderson, Kathy- 182
Andrews, Jack- 182
Angle, Bill- 182
Annis, Orman- 182
Asaro, Joe- 182
Atchison, Bruce- 182
Atkinison, Jerry- 182
Austin, Jimmy- 182
Ayers, Beth- 44,106,1 10,120,1BO,182,258,279
Backus, Roger- 182,260,262
Balsamo, Mario- 83,182,226,262
Barlow, Scott- 183
Barnes, Pat- 183
Bass, Brenda- 183
Baum, Carolyn- 183
Beal, Barbara- 183
Beard, Richard- 84,96,183
Beasley, Linda- 1a3
Beattie, Murray- 97,183
Beck, David- 183
Beckham, Sharon- 183
Beckham, Sue- 183
Beggs, Gayle- 183
Beggs, Gayle- 183
Benedict, James- 183
Benton, Leon- 183
12: H.R. Treausrer 11, Hurricane Players 12:
Thespian Secretary 12. p. 98,177.
Williams, Sandra Anglet - "Arsenic and Old
Lace" 12: "Flower Drum Song" 12: FTA 12:
Hurricane Players 12. p. 98,119,177,222.
Williamson, Gloria Ann - Tranferred from Hills-
bourgh County Senior High School, Tampa, Flori-
da, 10: CBE 12: Cheerleader 10: H.R. Vice-Presi-
dent 10, President 11: St. Coun. 11. p. 39,177,
Williamson, Linda Joyce - Transferred from
Holden High School, Missouri, 11: Girls' Chorus
10,11: Pep Club 11.
Willingham, Joe- p. l19,177.
Willis, William Edwin - FFA 10,11. p. 177.
Wilmot, Hal- Band 11: "Camelot" 10: "Carou-
sei" 11: Civitan Jr. 10,11: "Flower Drum Song"
12: Orchestra 10,11, Vice-President 12: Pep
Band 11,12. p. 60,61,177.
Wilson, Grace Darlene - Transferred from Saint
Augustine High School, Saint Augustine, Florida,
10: CBE 12: Girls' Chorus 11. p. 38,177.
Wilson, Jimmy - p. 177.
Wilson, Sam Jr. - Gamma 11: H.R. President
10,11: Track 12. p. 177,262.
Wing, Steve - Transferred from Oakland, Tech-
nical High School, Oakland, California, 12: "Ar-
senic and Old Lace" 12.
Witt, James M. - Band 10: Boys' Chorus 11. p.
Wolfson, Morty - 74.
Beville, Barabara- 183
Beville, Mindy- 54,183
Bird, Eileen- 60,84,B7,90,92,102,183
Bishop, Bobby- 183
Bishop, Ronnie- 183
Bishop, Tommy- 183
Black, Betsy- 87,9O,97,126,183,258,259,276
Blair, Gordon- 183
Blake, Christopher- 100, 183
Blake, David- 118,183
Bliziotes, Mike- 87,183
Boka, Linda- 183
Boles, A.J. - 52,183
Boles, Mike- 183
Boles, Pat- 104,183
Boothby, Bob- 183
Bothby, David- 56,1 18,180,183
Boothby, Dianm- 87,102,103,104,116,183
Bowman, Barbara- 87,183,192
Bozeman, Gordon- 183
Bracewell, Linda- 183
Bradley, Milton- 56,183
Breland, Stan- 100,183
Broadfoot, Mary- 183
Brogdon, Lyla 46,80,101,128,183
Brooks, Diam- 183
Brown, Ora Leek- 183
Brown, Susan- 47,96,184
Broyles, Clifford- 184,226
Broyles, Rhea- 110
Buel, Becky- 87,88,lO6,128,184
Burch, James- 184
Burford, Eddie- 184
Burnard, Laurette- 46,101,184
Burns, Danny- 184
Burton, James- 184
Butler, Barbara- 90,184,286
Butler, Sharon- 184
Cain, Charlotte- 184
Womhle, Aubrey Douglas - p. 178.
Womeldurf, Albin - p. 178.
Wood, Carol Elaine -
Wood, Jane- CBE 12: Scribblers 11. p. 178.
Wright, Diane -
Wright, Jenny - p. 58,59,178.
Wyatt, Don - Gama 10,11, Secretary 12: H.R.
Vice-President 12: Mu Alpha Theta 11,12: NHS
12. p. 87,91,118,178,291.
Wyatt, Glenda - p. 178.
Wyrosdick, Barbara Karen - CBE 12. p. 39,178.
Yates, Ray - "Carousel" 11: "Flower Drum
Song" 12: NHS 12. p. 179.
Yeomans, Charles Donald - H.R. Vice-President
10, President 11. p. 179.
Yontz, David Chris - Band 10,11,12: "Carousel"
11: "Flower Drum Song" 12: French Club 11:
Orchestra 10,11,12: Pep Band 10,11,12: St.
Coun. 12. p. 56,57,179.
Young, Terry - Alpha 10, Secretary 11, 12:
Annual Staff 11, Editor-in-Chief 12: French Club
11,12: H.R. Secretary 10: Mu Alpha Theta 12:
NHS 11, Secretary-Treasurer 12: Pep Club 10:
Quill 8- Scroll 12: St. Coun. 10,11. p. 45,
Youngblood, Carolyn Marie - Anchor 12: FHA
10: GAA 10: NHS 11,12. p. 86,113,179.
Zehner, Joseph D. - Transferred from Ashland
High School, Ashland, Ohio, 11: Basketball 12:
Mu Alpha Theta 12. p. 172,179.
Campbell, Danny- 184
Cantrell, Clarkson- 97,184,279
Capo, Tommy- 184
Carleton, Donald- 184
Carney, Donna- 104,184
Carpenter, Jeff- 72,184
Carr, Connie- 184
Carr, Nina- 185
Carroll, Buddy- 226,262
Carson, Bonita- 185
Carter, Bobbie- 102,128,185
Cason, Mickey- 74,185
Cates, Jenny- 105,185
Catotti, Donna- 56,60,92,101,185
Cawthon, George- 205
Chaky, Ken- 117,120,185
Chesnut, Jim- 185
Chesser, Lamar- 185
Chestnut, Jimmy- 185
Chitty, Rocky- 185,226
Choate, Jay- 185
Clardy, Cindy- 110,185,269
Claypool, Mary- 185
Cline, Mac- 87,90,118,185
Cline, Sharon- 72,185
Clock, Debbie- 185
Coburn, Nancy- 96,185
Cockrell, Robert- 185
Colding, Wayne- 77,104,185
Coleman, Randy- 56,185
Coles, Tip- 185
Compton, Larry- 185
Conner, Jim- 52,94,124,185
Cook, Albert- 185
Cook, Jackie- 92,130,l31,185
Cooper, Sue- 95,110,185,283
Cooter, Jackie- 185
Cowart. Jerry- 72,185
Cowvins, Dorothy- 185
Crawford, Bill- 185
Crenshaw, Joan- 185
Crosby, Oler- 56,57,95,185
Crowder, Ronnie- 95,185
Crowley, Bunnie- 74,185
Crowley, Katie- 185
Cummings, Dick- 185,226
Cutts, Doug- 96,185
Dampier, Joan- 185
Danner, Jeff- 185
Dougherty, Donna- 185
Davis, Dale- 185,226,270,271
Davis, Debbie- 185
Davis, Don- 186
Davis, Joanne- 186
Davis, Larry- 52,186
Davis, Libby- 186
Davis, Wood row- 73,186
Dean, Ray- 186
DeBusk, Lynn- 110,186
Deen, Lewis- 56,186
DeGraff, Peggy- 186
Denman, Patricia- 105,186
Denmark, Jamie- 95,110,111,186
Diaz, Judy- 186
Dilgren, Rik- 87,95,1 19,186
Dodge, Cindy- 59
Douga n, Rebecca- 186
Dowling, Bobby- 186
Downs, Brenda- 186
Ducassi, Henry- 186
Dulaney, Tom- 186,238,246,250
Dykes, Ronald- 186
Eagle, Susan- 186
Eaton, Peggy- 87,88,106,186,188
Eddy, Susan- 132,187
Edawards, Greg- 187
Ehrbar, Enid- 187
English, Georgianne- 149
English, Joyce- 54,187
Ensley, Jerrie- 54,187
Ensley, Jerrie- 54,187
Ernst, Irene- 187
Estes, Rodney- 106,187
Ezzell, Betty- 73, 187
Fageh, Kathy- 92,9s,132,1s7
Farrell, Jimmy- 187
Farris, Susan- 80,87,88,187,132
Fender, Marilyn- 74,187
Fisher, Billy- 187
Flint, Marlene- 187
Fontana, Larry- 187
Foremen, Frances- 187
Fountain, Carol- 187
Fralick, Donna- 187
Franks, Linda- 60,187
Fritts, Barbara- 187
Fryer, Dan- 95,187
Fussell, Febe- 52.96,104,187
Gainous, Jean- 187
Gammage, Cathy-1 10,11 1,187
Garrett, Gloria- 130,187
Garrett, Sandy- 112,187
George, Dale- 187
George, Teddy- 46,87,90,92,1 18.187
Gernannt, David- 74,187
Gilmer, Jan- 187
Gocek, John F.- 100,187
Gocek, Johnny S.-81-1,187,226,262
Godey, Michael- 83,187,260,262
Godwin, Dan- 188
Good, Tim- 188,226,255
Goode, Elmira- 188
Goolsby, Marsha- 72,188
Gorton, Margie- 98,188
Gough, Preston, - 188
Graham, Alvin- 188
Grant, Marilyn- 98,188
Graves, Beth- 45,80,95,110,258,259,294
Green, Harry- 97,118,188
Greene, Richard- 52,188
Griffin, Linda- 188
Griffin, Sherry- 106,188
Gross, Scott- 56,101,125,188
Groves, Stanley- 188
Grunewald, Lois- 188
Guinn, Chuck- 188,266,267
l-lahri, Mike- 188
Hall, Craig- 188
l-lall, Shirley- 87.188
Hall, Shirley- 87,188
Hall, Steve- 189, 226
Hanes, Carol- 189,269
Hanke, Tudy- 189
Hanney, Dan- 189
Harben, Keith- 189
Harlan, Bill- 80,83,87,1 18,189,268
Harper, John- 118,189
Harrell, Audrey- 54,105,189
Harrell, Carol- 72,189
Harrison, Jim- 189
Hartford, Perry- 57
Hartman, Jane- 189
Harvey, Judy- 105,189
Harvey, Linda- 105,189
Haufler, Bobby- 189
Hawley, Mike- 72,189
Hawthorne, Steve- 189
Hazen, Susan- 87,B8,90,106,180,1B9,25B,28E
Hegen, Helmut- 189,264,293
Helton Charmaine- 189
Hendrix, Kay- 74,189
Hennessey, Susan- 88,87,106,126,189
Herb, Eddie- 118,186,189
Hesters, Joanne- 189
Hetherington James- 189
Hicks, Tommy- 189,226
Hill, Walter- 189,226
Hilliard, Judy- 189,273
Hilliard, Ronnie- 189
l-lines, Shirley- 139
Hinson, Richy- 189
Holder, Carolyn- 128,189
Holsapple, Ginnie- 189
Howell, Sandra- 189
Hubener, Katie- B0,92,126,190,195
Hull, Johnny- 190
Humphrey, Steve- 190
Hunt, Chris, - 116,190
Hunter Bruce- 190
Hunter, Eddie- 190
Hurst, Barbara- 190
Hutchinson, Marlene- 190
Jacksoh, lvlilre- 190
James, Kathy- 102,105,190
Jeffcoat, Janis- 190
Jenkins, Sammy- 190
Johnson, Brenda- 190
Johnson, Linda- 54,190
Johnson, Terry- 87,90,104,105,112,190
Johnston, Phillette- 190
Johnwick, Charles- 52,190,238
Joiner, Harry- 56,190
Jolley, Steve- 96,190,226
Jones, Bonni- 190
Jones, Candy- 190
Jones, cliff- 190
Jones, Linda- 190
Joyner, Carla- 190
Kalb, Linda- 190
Karns, Jacqui- 52,55,B0,96,190
Kates, Julia- 190,292
Kattke, Diane- 97,190
Keefe, Janis- 97,126,190
Keel, Kay- 269
Keene, Robin- 190
Kensler, Richard- 190,226,262
Kephart, Dalton- 97,190
Kidwell, Billie- 54,190,269,272
Kilby, John- 190
Kilpatrick, Joy- 98,132,190
Kinchen, Danny- 190
Kinser, Jeanne- 88,90,106,128,129,19O
Kirby, Terry- 100,191
Kiser, Joan- 191
Klement, John- 191
Koch, Kathy- 87,191
Koerner, Bill- 191
Kuykendall, Jolene- 190
Kuzma, DeeAnn- 87,106,191
LaBelle, Nancy- 101,105,129,191
Laite, Sam- 191
Lallent, Bill- 191
Lally, Steve- 191
Lancaster, Morris- 191
Land, Juana- 191,272
Lang, Waren- 191
Langford, Steve- 191
Langiere, Desi- 191
Langley Henry- 191
Lansdale, Kyle- 191
Latsko, Billy- 191,226
Law, Ran- 120,191,239
Leavitt, Barbara- 191
Lee, Dennis- 191
Lee, Steve- 191
Leggett, Brewer- 191
Lineaweaver, Bill- 47,101,191
Littlejohn, Nigel- 84,87,90,191
Lovely, Jan- 191
Lucius, Sam- 192
Lynes, Douglas- 97,118,119,192
Lynn, William- 192
Lyons, James- 192
McAlpin, Madge- 98,102,193
McAshan, Brian- 247,271
McDonald, Shirley- 104,193
McGee, Kathy- 193,258,259
McKenn, Stuart- 193
McKerns, Leslie- 96,193
McKinney, Dory- 193,273
McLaurin, Mark- 193
McLeod, Nancy- 45,106,193
McMillan, Vickie- 59,80,184
McPherson, Bobby- 193
Mack, Stan- 34,42,55,192
MacRostie, Judy- 97,192
Madden, Bill- 52
Madden, Jimmy- 192,226
Mahn, Linda- 95,96,192
Malcolm, Kay- 192
Mallard, Sandra- 192
Maloney, Betsy- 80,84,95,97,126,192
Mallory, Louis- 160
Maltbie, Bettv- 192
Mantlo, Bobby- 100,192
Marsh, Kathy- 192
Martin, B.J.- 192
Martin, Louis- 57,192
Marzloff, Fred- 192
Mathews, Marsha- 193
Mathis, Linda- 193
Mauldin, James- 193
May, Ken- 193
May, Paula- 193
Mayfield, Twana- 54,193
Meaden, Cindy- 104,193
Medlock, Jimmy- 193
Meerman, Kathy- 87,90.97,112,193,272
Merkle, Robert- 266
Merrell, Charlotte- 102,104,112,193
Mihlfeld, Stephanie- 94,98
Mills, Harold- 193
Mitchell, George- 87,90,120,193
Mixson, Charles- 193
Mixson, Danny- 97,193
Mixson, Maureen- 96,193
Mooney, Michelle- 129,193
Moore, Larry- 193
Morgan, Bill- 193
Morgan, Marcia- 92,129,193
Morris, Robert- 193
Morrison, Don- 87,90,97,193, 237
Moss, Frank- 193
Moxley Bob- 106,193
Mull, Jean Ann- 54,92,193
Mullins, Nola- 193
Mullis, Carol- 193
Murphy, Dede- 92,193
Murrell, Ken- 56,192,268
Murrow, Mary- 194
Musgrave, Charles- 56,118,194
Myers, Amanda- 47,87,92,101,126,194
Nadeau, Chris- 80,92,105,194
Neil, Debra- 104,194,272
Nero, Lorraine- 87,90,104,194
Nesler, Mike- 74,194
Newell, Joyc- 116,194
Newman, Debbie- 194
Newsome, Carol- 52
Nixon, Mike- 194
Nocks, Kay- 87,94,104,194
Norton, Dennis- 236
Norton, Janet- 92,102,194
Ober, Gerry- 194
Ogletree, Bo- 194
O'Hara, Cheryl- 56,60,116,194
Osborne, Frankie- 149,192,194
Osteen, Frances- 104,105,194
O'Steen, George- 72,194
O'Steen, Ron- 194
Outlaw, Charles- 194,226,230,234,262
Owens, Ellen- 97,117,194
Owens, Mike- 195
Pagnozzi, Bonita- 95,97,9B,132,195
Paige, Karen- 87,94,133,195
Palmer Diane- 73,195
Palmer, Lena- 54,195
Palmour, Mary- 82,87,8B,90,106,126,195
Parke, Ivan- 195
Parker, Jackie- 195
Parker, Jane- 195
Parker, Janice- 104
Parmley, Joanne- 102,105,133,195,284
Payne, Terry- 195
Peek, Becky- 59,195
Pena, Rene- 195
Pennell, Dale- 46,195,57
Pennington, Reggie- 195
Petrucci, Linda- 87,98,106,195
Petty, Tommy- 195
Phillips, Jack- 195,226,233,262
Phillips, Leigh- 195
Philman, Darlene- 54,195
Pinho, Joe -73,195
Pirkle, Fred- 95,195
Pittman, Nancy 102,195
Plank, Richard- 83,195,268
Polsen, Donna- 52,195
Poole, Rick- 195
Powell, Mike- 195,226
Pressler, Tom- 88,195
Primo, Diane- 47,84,B7,90,95,101,195
Pringle, Mary Ann- 111,192,195
Pringle, Wayne- 89.195293
Proctor, John- 195
Prows, Debbie- 56,60,1 13,195
Pruette, Laura- 195
Queen, Bill- 122,195
Quincy, Tom- 195
Rafferty, Teresa- 111,195
Rafford, Roy- 195
Raiford, Linda- 195
Reaves, Bill- 195
Reaves, Jack- 191,195
Reed, Cathie- 105,195
Reed, Thomas- 195
Reeves, Allen- 83,195,226,27O,171
Renshaw, Jarrett- 195
Rentz, Willi- 226,262
Rhine, Nicki- 196
Rhoads, Allan- 56,196
Rice, Willene- 60,196
Richard, Jay- 196
Richey, Gail- 196
Richey, Gail- 196
Riddle, June- 196
Rigsby, Terry- 196
Rivers, Gwendolyn- 104,196
Robbins, Raymond- 121,196,238
Roberts, Linda- 196
Roberts, Norman- 196
Robertson, Doug- 65,119,196
Robinson, Lindsey- 196
Robinson, Richard- 119,196
Rogers, Margaret- 111,196,294
Rogers, Marvin- 56,106,120,196,262
Rollins, Elbert- 196
Rosenberger, Richard- 196
Rosenberg, Saul- 196
Rosh, Karen- 196
Rowland, Mike- 47,196
Ryan, Joyce- 192,196
Samball, David- 56,196
Sampson, Juanita- 196
Sanborn, Jack- 196,268,281
Sandefer, Larry- 87,90,97,119,196,264
Sanders, Jessie- 196
Sanders, Larry- 83,12O,181,196,226,238,243
Sanford, Bill- 52,54,196,281
Scheck, Carol- 99,196
Scott, Alton- 196
Scott, Cheryl- 97,129,196
Scott, Robert- 83,92,187,196,268
Scott, William- 196
Seay, Woodeen- 196
Shea, Dawn- 196,269
Shearouse, Jimmy- 196
Sheffield, Deborah- 95,115,196
Sheffield, Hurley- 197
Sheffield, Hurley- 197
Sheppard, Randi- 111,197
Sherman, Kathy- 92,133,197
Sikes, Walter- 197
Simmons, Carl- 100,197
Simmons, Jim- 106,197
Sims, Roger- 72,8O,92,1 19,197
Sirmopoulos, Van- 197
Smith, Barbara- 197
Smith, Bobby- 197
Smith, Clark- 197
Smith, Evonne- 197
Steger, David- 73
Stinson, James- 197
Stipanovich, Coleman- 197,226,228,262,263
Strawn, Grace- 90,197
Stroud, Sylvia- 56,198
Suggs, Gene- 198
Sullivan, Brenda- 198
Sullivan, John- 92,198
Sullivan, Marvin- 198,226
Summers, Joe- 198,268
Summers, Scott- 198
Swearingen, Emery- 198,260,262
Talbot, Mary- 97,116,117,198
Taylor, Jackie- 45,80,87,94,126,198,280
Taylor, Kent- 198
Thomas, Carol- 56,97,198
Thomas, Linda- 198
Thomas, Polly- 198
Tillman, Jane- 54,95,198
Tillman, Sandi- 99,198
Tinney, Bruce- 262
Townsend, Ann- 54,198
Treadway, Jeannette- 115,198
Trujillo, Mary Ann- 88,98,106,198
Van Leer, Lynn-99,198
Vanzant, Barry- 198
Varner, John- 198
Volk, Bill- 84,198
Voodre, Elizabeth- 198
Wainwright, David- 199
Wakuya, Roberta- 59,87,92,198
Waldrop, Sandy- 105,198
Walker, Hal- 119
Walker, Lula Mai- 54,198
Wallace, Ivan- 198
Waller, Judy- 87,198
Ward, Anita- 80,198
Ward, Marie- 105,198
Ward, Ronnie- 198
Waters, Richard- 95,198
Watkins, Jackson- 198
Weaver, Jo Ann- 88,96,106,198
Weiner, Joe- 198
Welch, An n- 198
Wells, Charles- 199
Whiteford, Barbara- 54,105,199
Whitlow, Pam- 87,B8,90,101,106,199,291
Whitman, Connie- 199
Whitney, Donna- 199
Widmayer, Carolyn- 87,94,113,132,199
Wiese, Frank- 199
Wiggins, Susan- 95,199
Wilder, Shirley- 199
Wilkinson, Jamey- 199
Williams, Brian- 199
Williams, Don- 199
Williams, Isaac- 199,226
Williams, Kay- 199
Williams Reginald- 199
Smith, Frank- 197,226
Smith, Howard- 197
Smith, Jerry- 83,120,197,238,244,245,247,248,
Smith, Peggy- 197
Smith, Rosanne- 197
Smith, Steve- 197
Smith, Susie- 59,197
Sowell, Kathy- 197
Stack, Karen- 52,54,197
Stahman, Nancy- 197
Stanley, Gary- 83,197,226
Stanley, Roy- 197
Williams, Sandra- 57,111,199
Willis, Morya- 199
Wilson, Bill- 199
Wilson, Dan- 100,199
Wilson, Larry- 55,97,121,199,223
Niltbank, Kelley- 66,80,88,106,199
Nise, Laverne- 199
Mood, Earl- 199
Nooten, Rita- 199
Wright, Mark- 52,106,199
Wright, Ronnie- 199
Yarbrough, Glenda- 199
Yawn, Amy- 106,111,199
Adams, Brian- 202
Adams, John- 140,202,237
Addison, Donna- 105,202
Ainsworth, Jon- 56,202
Alexander, Bill- 56,202
Allen, Debra- 102,202
Anderson, Debbie- 54,202
Anderson, Wayn- 57,202
Anthony, John- 202
Anthony, Steve- 202
Arnold, Chuck- 202,236
Aronld, Lynn- 202
Arnold, Susan- 95,202
Ashcom, Bunny- 202
Ashley, Marty- 97,202,236
Atkins, Jim- 260
Atkins, John- 202
Atkinson, John- 57
Baggott, Vickey- 203
Baisden, Linda- 203,273
Balogh, Danny- 203
Banks, Leslie- 203
Barber, Lynn- 54,203
Barger, Jan- 56,126,203,287
Barkley, Jimmy- 203, 236
Barnett, Julia- 34,42,105,130,203
Bass, Dean- 203,238,248,2'71
Baxley, Allen- 55,203
Beck, Mike- 203
Beckham, Jack- 203
Beckham, Robbie- 203
Beckham, Viola- 203
Belcher, Bill- 203
Bennett, Mark- 203
Bessette, Eugene- 203,237
Bethel, Robbie- 80,118,203,251,264
Bianchi, Frank- 203
Bibee, Ronnie- 203
Bigler, Mary- 203
Bigham, Susan- 97,203
Black, Susan- 203,272
Blaich, Kathy- 203
Blake, Ann- 54,203
Blue, Carol- 57,203
Boles, Debbie- 98
Boles, Waym- 203
Bolton, Joe- 203, 236
Bostick, Philip- 203
Boston, Ronnie- 203
Bowden, David- 203
Bowden, Matt- 203
Bowman, Ann- 203
Boyd, Linda- 106,114,143,203
Boyette, Eddie- 203
Bradley, Jane- 56,203
Bradshaw, Kitty- 88,106,128,203,265
Branch, Ronnie- 203
Branson, Jesse- 203
Bratcher, Bruce- 204
Braun, Hal- 204
Brown, Kathy- 204,272
Brown, Lynda- 97,204
Brown, Mary- 204
Brunnelle, Steve- 100,204
Bryan, Bill- 204
Bryant, Emma- 54,204
Bryant, Gates- 204,251
Buchanen, Gregory- 204
Buckley, Beverly- 34,42,106,128,204
Buel, Mark- 204,236
Bullard, Mary- 204
Bunn, Dana- 104
Bunnell, Beverly- 204
Burch, Lester- 204
Burgin, Leanna- 204,95
Burgin, Ronald- 55,204
Bush, Bruce- 56,205
Butler, Cathy- 205
Butler, Inez- 54,205
Button, Robert- 57,205
Buns, Gary- 118,205,262
Byerly, Bill- 205
Bzoch, Kathy- 128,205
Calaway, Jo Ann- 102,114,205
Caldwell, Jamie- 54,112,205
Cameron, Nancy- 105,205
Camp, Forest- 205
Campbell, Dino- 205,268
Cannon, David- 205,237
Cannon, James E.-
Carlisle, Marsha- 84,95,205
Carr, Pat- 205,236
Mattie Sue- 205
Cassiato, Frances- 205
Castel, Wayne- 205,262
Cawthon, Eddie- 185
Chancey, Earl- 205
Chavers, Larry R.- 205
Chesser, Bobby- 205
Choate, Allan- 205
Christiansen, Kim- a0,11s,205,23e,271
Clardy, Dennis- 205
Clark, Vickie- 205
Clawson, Martha- 205
Close, Herbert- 55,205
Coburn, Holland- 205
Colding, Judy- 72,205
Colson, Bonnye- 205
, Honey- 88,106,205,272
Conner, Cathy- 57,205
Cook, Cheryl- 112,205
Cook, Debra- 205,273
Cook, Randy- 57,206
Coram, Peggy- 206
Cornwell, Dan- 206
Correll, Beth- 105,128,206
Couch, Henry- 206
Courtney, Nonny- 206
Courtney, Whit- 118,206,236,26B
Cowart, Myra- 206
Cowles, Ann- 112,206,272
Cox, Dixie- 206,269,272
Cox, Judy- 206
Cox, Mary- 102,206
Cox, Tom- 206
Craig, Bob- 206
Crawford, Nancy- 206
Crosby, Bert- 55,206,236
Crosby, Carl- 206
Crosby, Phil- 206,236
Cross. John- 206
Cutts, Raymond- 206,237
Danielson, Marsha- 132,206
Darnell, Norma- 206
Darnell, Shirley- 206
Dauphinee, Beth- 206
Dauphinee, Cathy- 206
Davis, Charles- 70,206
Davis, John- 56,206
Davis, Kay- 104,206
Davis, Mary- 206,272
Davis, Sharon- 206,105
Davis, Temi, 98,102,206
ns, Harold- 206
Degenhardt, Tara- 206
lJeLott,e, Kay- 273
Denton, Kathy- 206
Derrick, Tommy- 95,206
Diaz. Marino- 97,207,251
uixon, Ruddy- 80,207,236,251
Dodd, Cheryl- 207
Dougan, Vernon- 207
Dowling, Randall- 60,207
Drake, Melinda- 207
Druash, Denis- 207,237
Dukes, Larry- 207
Dulaney, John- 207,236,250,251
Duncan, Tony- 207
Dunn, Melissa- 207
Durash, Dennis- 262
Dyer, Earl- 207
- E -
Eddy, Randy- 100,207
Edwards, Debbie- 207
Eliades, Don- 55,207
Elkins, Paul- 207
Elleman, Doris- 98,105,207
Ellenson, Donna- 207,260,269
Elliott, Deborah- 207,269
Ellis, Donald- 207
Ellis, John- 207
Elmore, Paige- 106,126,207,260,280
Emrnel, aareee- 105,126,207,280
Eng, Robena- 60,128,207,260,292
Engel, Jan- 208
English, Cathy- 208
English, Jimmy- 208
Ensley, Pat- 54,208
Esposito, Dede- 88,101,106,128,208,260,261
Ewell, Ann- 208
Ewing, Stev- 208
.. F -
Fagan, Lynn- 208,260,269
Fagan, Mary- 54
Farler, Hans- 208
Farnback, Jo- 208
Feather, David- 80,95,124,208
Feehan, Margaret- 208,222,261,269
Ferguson, Pam- 208
Fillingim, Alice- 208
Finley, Anna- 102,105,208
Fisk, Marylynn- 98,208
Fiskell, Elaine- 208
Flage, Sheree- 95,209
Flanagan, Anice- 114,209
Fleming, Larry- 209
Flowers, David- 56,209
Fogarty, James- 209
Ford, Tom- 209
Foselli, Yvonne- 209
Foshee, John- 56,94,209
Franklin, Trenton- 187
Freeman, Rachel- 209
Fremen, Mike- 209,262
Fuller, John- 209,236
Furman, Susan- 209
- G -
Gabbard, Danny- 209
Gabbard, Steve- 209
Gable, Jennifer- 209
Fammel, Allen- 209
Gann, Sue- 54,209
Gardiner, Mike- 120,209,237
Gaston, Bill- 209,268
Geer, Charles- 209
Gillett, Wilson- 209,236
Gillis, Dwight- 57
Gocek, Anita- 54,209
Goddard, Betsy- 97,102,113,132,209
Goodwin, Warren- 209,236
Goolsby, Larry- 209
Gorton, Connie- 96,98,209
Grant, Jeff- 209
Gray, Jimmi- 209
Green, Roy- 209
Green, Susan- 209
Greene, Ann- 209
Griffetn, James- 209
Grimany, Luis- 209
Griner, Debbie- 52.54,55,209
Gunter, Donald- 209
Gunter, Jim- 209
- H -
Haisley, Elliot- 54,209
Hale, Sandy- 97,209
Hall, James- 209
Hall, Lucia- 209
Hammend, Doug- 210
Hammer, Phyllis- 210
Hannah, James- 55,210
Harben, Walter- 72
Hardee, Robert- 80,210,237
Harper, Mike- 210,237
Harris, Helen- 105,210
Harrison, Bonnie- 95,210
Harrison, Gordon- 56,266
Hart, Cha rli- 56,60,1 18,210
Hartmen, Pete- 210
Hatcher, Mary- 210
Hayes, Elaine- 210
Hayes, Helen- 54
Hazen, Neal- 210
Hearn, Jimmy- 210
Heidingsfield, Mike- 95,210
Helton, Frank- 210
Helton, Larry- 210
Hentges, Doug- 210
Herndon, Jane- 126,210
Heron, Diane- 102,210
Hill, Allen- 56,60,210
Hilliard. Dana- 62,210
Hinson, Julie- 210
Hogan, Faye- 210
Hoguewood, Linda- 210
Holder, Carl- 210
Holder, Curtis- 210,236,251
Holder, Jan- 104,211
Holder, Michael- 57,260
. Robert- 72.155
Holland, Jerri- 21 1
Hollingsworth, Maxi- 54,211
Hollon, Mary- 130
Hope, Gayle- 211
Horn, Terry- 97,211
Hornsoy, raye- 54,105,21 1
Howard, Arlene- 211
H uff, Roberta- 21 1
Huguley, John- 211
Hunter, Debbie- 211
Hunter, Kathlenc- 54,211
Hunter, Sidney- 211
- I -
lngman, Cathy- 272
James, Jenny- 102,128,211,265
Jaudon, Carol- 128
Jernigan, Kathy- 21 1
Jerigan, Louise- 67,21 1
Johnson, Betsy- 112,211
Johnson, Janice- 211
Johnson Kathy- 95,21 1
Johnson, Sandra- 212
Johnson, Sharon- 212
Jones, Cherry- 212
Jones, John- 100,212
Jones, Judy- 52,102,212
Jones. Margaret- 212
Jones, Mark- 212,273
Jones, Milta- 212,273
Jones, Randy- 100,212,262
Jones, Susie- 212 I
Jones, Than- 212,236,262
Jones, Tony- 212
Jordan, John- 236
Jourdon, Carol- 212
- K -
Kattkee, Janice- 98,105,212
Kerr, Steve- 212
Key, Brain- 212
kidweil, Jann- ao,212,23s,2s1
Kinard, Donna- 132,212
King, Charles- 212,237
Koerner, Linda- 213
Kokomoor, Frank- 213
Kurtz, Christine- 54,213
- L -
Laird, Joyce- 213
Lackey, Sue- 213,254
LaMee, Jim- 57,213
Land, Sandra- 213
Langieri, Nancy- 95,213
Lansberry, Darlene- 213
Larson, Julie- 52,213
Lassiter, Bill- 213
Laud, Terri- 213
Law, Cathy- 213
Lawton, Linda- 213,273
Layfield, James- 213
Leath, Linda- 213
Ledbetter, Fraser- 60,213
Lee, Ronnie- 100,213
Lentz, Mike- 213
Lewis, Brooker, 213
Lichter, Suzanne- 131,213
Liddon, Marilyn- 106,213
Lindenfelser, Don- 97,213
Linsley, Fred- 213
Littlejohn, Loretta- 213
Long, Steve- 213
Lotte, Kay De-213
Lovci, Steve- 213
Loveday, Linda- 213
Lovett, Leatha- 105,213
Lowe, Lucy- 102,213
Luca, Richard- 213,236
Luciano, Kenny- 100,213
Lucius, Jay- 213,226,27 1
Lyons, Ricky- 213
MCAShan, Eddy- 214,226,228,231,232,234,241,
McCall, Eddie- 55, 214
McCoy, Pat- 106,214
McCranie, Gary- 214,236
McDaniel, Deborah- 214
McDavid, Dalton- 214
McElwee, Caroline- 87,91,92,98,162
McFarlane, Linda- 214
McKinney, Kay- 59,215
McKnight, LaVonne- 215
McKnight, Yvonne- 215
McLane, Michael- 100,215
McLean, Ann- 98,215
McMillan, Jessie- 215
- M -
Machado, Rene- 213
Madison, Shirley- 54,213
Maher, Jan- 54,94,97,214
Mallard, Kim- 60,214
Mallard, Rodger- 214
Maltby, Randy- 214,236
Mann, Don- 192
Manning, Evelyn- 214
Mantlo, Bobby- 100,192
Martin, John- 214,262
Massengill, Tommy- 57,214
Mathews, Kathy- 57,126,214
Mead, David- 56,215
Medler, Jan- 102, 103,115,215
Melton, Wade- 215,237
Mesa, Isabel- 102,215
Metto, Debbie- 105,215
Michaels, George- 215,237
Milliken, Chris- 97,215
Mitchell, Barbie- 95,105,111,215
Mixson, Brenda- 97,215
Mixson, John- 100,215
Mokler, David- 67,125,215
Mooney, Chris- 96,164,215
Morrison, Carolyn- 77,215,273
Mountain, Bonnie- 215,273
Mountain, Carolyn- 215,273
Murphey, Jeannie- 57,215
Myking, Lynn- 80,215,260,261
Myrick, Steve- 215
- N -
Nelson, Albert- 216.251
Newbern, Regina- 101,130,216
Noe, Mark- 216
Norden, Cindy- 105,216
- 0 -
Oakley, Betsy- 59,126,216,279
O'Connor, Sara- 80,216
opdyke, Kay- 97,98,102,216
Orr, Sharon- 216
O'Steen, Joyce- 216
- p -
Padgett, Debra- 216
Page, Pam- 216
Painter, Jim- 216,236
Parker, Charles- 119,216
Patton, Andra- 216
Patton, Garron- 216,236
Pea rson, Steve- 216,236
Pennell, Bonnie- 216
Perkins, Nell- 269
Perkins, Tommy- 64,80,216
Perryman, James- 57,216
Pettis, David- 216
Pierce, Carol- 106,216
Pierce, Joan- 217
Pinkeney, Christine- 217,273
Pinner, Duke- 120,121,217,237
Player, Kenny- 217
Plettner, Ricky- 70,83,166 217,226 236
Pons, Sheri- 217
Potter, Patty- 88,106,129,217,260 265
Powell, Frances- 80,217,260,272 283
Powers, Jane- 88,106,126,217
Prevatt, Edwin- 217
Prey, Butch- 57,217
Price, Anne- 217
Price, John- 262
Prickett, Valerie- 97,217
Pridgen, Ken- 217
Pridgen, Ken- 217
Proctor, Linda -217
Puckett, Jeanie- 265
Putman, Mark- 56,60,217
Pyles, Carol- 57,104,117,217
Radford Mike- 218
Rafferty, George- 218,251
Rain, Marilyn- 54,218
Romirez, Charlie- 95,218
Rankin, Larry- 80,218
Ratliff, Larry- 168,218
Renfrow, Bobby- 218
Reynolds, James- 218
Riggs, Richard- 55.218
Roberts, Danny- 218,236
Robinson, Debbie- 218
Robinson, Judy- 218
Robinson, Vernon- 218
Roby, Lee- 218
Rodgers, Tommy- 218,236
Rogers, Peggy- 218
Rolfe, Diana- 218
Rose, Jan- 218
Ross, Gene- 218
Roundtree, Jimmy- 201,218,226,250,251
Rumbaugh, Katie- 102,218
Rush, Linda- 98,102,218
Ryschkewitsch, Mike- 218
Sampson, Johnnie- 218
Sanders, Pat- 218
Santerfeit, Gary- 218
Schoelkopp, Debbie- 218
Scott, Belinda- 218
seaiey, Libby- 219,273
Seay, Paul -219
Shanks, Chris- 219,261
Sharp, Ken- 106,219
Shea, Dana- 219
Sherman, Locky Jo- 56,117,219
Shires, Danny- 219,236
Silcox, Linda- 96,219
Slappy, Wayne- 219
Slimak, Phillip- 219
Smith, Betsy- 219
Smith, Dian n- 104,219
Smith Donald- 219
Smith, Evans- 50,119,219,237
Smith, John- 219
Smith Mike- 219,268
Smith Pat- 54,219,292
Smith, Ronnie- 97,197,219
Smith, Terri- 56,219
Smith, Vickie- 219
Snyder, Randy- 219
Sommese, Joe- 219,237
Souders, Claudia- 84,95,96,219
Sparks, Dean- 96,219
Squires, Richard- B0,219,236,251
Stanley, Kitty- 56,113,219
Stechmiller, Billy- 57,219
Steckel, Dan- 220
Stelzenmuller, Kathy- 220
Stevens, David- 220
Stewart, Darrell- 220,236
Stinger, Candy- 220
Stone, Judy- 220
Strawn, David- 106,220
Strickland, Dorianda- 220
Strickland, Ernestine- 102,220
Strickland, Sharon- 111,220
Stuart, Roland- 220
Sublett, Scarlet- 56,220
Sullivan, Dennis- 92,220
Sullivan, Shiela- 220
Sunn, Dana- 220
Surface, Carol- 220
Swiney, uoyle- 220
- 1- -
Tate, Greg- 80,212,221,237,268
Taylor, John- 49,220
Taylor, Orlynn- 54,220
Tench, Lauchin- 94,129,220
Ten Eyke. Gretchen- 52,220
Thames, Ronnie- 220
Thayer, Nancy- 56,220
Thigpin, Diane- 220
Thomas, Clark- 44,220
Thomas, Eddy- 220
Thomas, Stanley- 20
Thomas, William Edgar
Thornby, Jane- 220
Thornton, Rita- 105,220
Tilghman, Shirley- 106,220
Tillis, Delores- 220
Tillis, Wayne- 220
Timmons, Gail- 220
Tindall, Harvey- 55, 220,226
Todd, Karen- 56,113,221
Todd, Marie- 221
Triay, Ernest- 221,237
Trieste, Su- 102,221
Trotter, Sammy- 221
Turner, Carol- 221
Tyner, Mack- 90,221
Tyre, Park- 221,239
- U -
Underwood, Billy- 52,221
- V -
Van Popering, Louise- 56,221
Van Winkle, Linda-221
Vaughn, Lonnie- 55,221,236
Van Zant, Barry- 100
Vickers, Kay- 57,62,221
Vickers, Kim- 56,221
Videon, Janice- 221
Vollmert, Robert- 221
- W -
Wadsworth, Jacqu- 221
Wakeman, Bill- 221
Walden, Debbie- 54,57
Waldrep, Ricky- 221
Walker, Franklin- 221
Walker, Linda- 221
Walker, Sharon- 221,272
Walker, Timothy- 221
Walsh, Susan- 221
Walters, Bill- 221
Ward, Buddy- 221,237
Ward, Mary Ann- 221
Waters, Chad- 221,262
Waters, Coy- 221
Waters, Franklin- 221
Watson, Daniel- 221
Watts, Ruth Jane-221
Weatherington, Bob- 49,80,116,221 236
Webb, Mike- 221
Webb, Tony- 221
Welch, Barbara- 133,221
Wellborn, Jim- 56,221
Wells, Bob- 222
Wells. John- 222
WEISCY1. COIUY- 106,222,265
Welsh, Bruce- 222
Wesemen, Judy- 88,107,129,222,269 272
White, Janice- 222
White, Robert- 222
Whitehouse, Bob- 222
whitehurst, Jackie- 222
Wiggins, Leslie- 56,222
Wiggins, Bill- 222
Wilbanks, David- 57,222
Willcox, Joan- 222
Williams, Cathy- 96,222
Williams, Cindy- 113,222
Williams, Curtis- 57,222
Williams, Danny- 56,222
Williams, Earl Willie- 222
Williams, Kim- 222
Williams, Lyn- 222
Williams, Nathaniel- 222,251,262
Williams, Sandy- 67
Willis, Marc- 223
Willis, Steve- 223
Wilson, Dannie- 223
Wilson, Henrietta- 54,223
Wilson, Sandy- 223
Wiltbank, Raqui- 54,223
Windser, Mark- 223
Winn, Billy- 56,223
Wise, Diane- 223
Wolpert, Nanette- 54,223
Womeldorf, Scott- 223,236
Wood, Kathy- 223
Wood, Tom- 56,223,237
Woodard, Linda- 54,223
Worley, Tommy- 223
Wrighter, Bill- 223
Wyman, Judy- 54,223
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Yates, Donald- 223
Yates, Larry- 57,223
Young, Connie- 115,223
Young, Devony- 223
Younger, Susan- 223
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Zetrouer, Ga ry- 97,1 19,223,236
Zetrouer, George- 223
BURGER CHEF .......,
CANTON RESTAURANT . .
CAPTAIN LOUIS GALLEY .,.....,
CITIZEN'S BANK OF GAINESVILLE ....
FAGAN'S BOOTERY ..........,.....
FEDERAL BAKE SHOP ...,.....,...,.
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN . . .
FIRST NATIONAL BANK ......,. ..,...
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK ..,.......
FRANK N. ANDERSON, PI-IOTOGRAPHER' f f . .
GAINESVILLE COCA-COLA BOTTLING , , .
GAINESVILLE GAS CO. ..,......... .
GAINESVILLE UTILITIES ....,..,,.
GATOR MARINE ....,..,.....
GIBB'S FURNITURE COMPANY . ..
GRESHAM'S DRUG COMPANY ......,....
GULF HARDWARE .......,,.....,........
HOME BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE COMPANY ....
JERRY'S RESTAURANT .............,...
JOHNSTON'S PHOTOGRAPHY .....,, . . .
Arts Si Crafts
Cooperative Business Education
Design for Daily Living
Diversified Cooperative Education
Flower Drum Song
Future Farmers of America
Future Homemakers of America
Future Secretaries of America
Future Teachers of America
Girls Athletic Association
Hall of Fame
Interact - IWheeII
H PAGE 291 KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN . . ..
PAGE 284 KEYS PRINTING CORP .....,.
. PAGE 292 KING'S FOOD HOST .........
.. PAGE 281 LlPHAM'S MUSIC COMPANY . . ..
. PAGE 282 MARY TURNER'S ..........,..... . . ,
, . PAGE 286 McCOLLUM DRUG COMPNAY ......., . .
- PAGE 294 MCDANIELL FURNITURE COMPANY . . . . . .
. PAGE 283 MERLE NORMAN COSMETICS ....
. , PAGE 292 PERSONALITY SHOP ........ , , .
PAGE 287 PIZZA HUT ..4..,,.........
- . PAGE 279 PONDEROSA STEAK HOUSE . . . .
. PAGE 295 POWELL'S BEAUTY ACADEMY . . .
- - PAGE 239 RANCHER, THE ,..... ..... .
PAGE 276 RECORD BAR ..........,..
.. PAGE 280 RUTHERFORD'S , , ..
- . PAGE 279 STEAK N' SHAKE . . , . .
.. PAGE 278 TOP TUNES .....,.... .
.. PAGE 286 TOWN TIRE COMPANY . . ..
. PAGE 290 TRAILWAYS .........,....
.. PAGE 290 UNIVERSITY cm BANK ...... .
. PAGE 287 vvovH ........l..,...........
. . PAGE 279 WGGG .....,................ .
, PAGE 281 WILSON'S DEPARTMENT STORE .... . . .
. PAGE 294
112-113 Junior Academy of Science
34-35 Junior Civitan
56-57 Key Club
114-115 Les Bouffons
52-55 Los Sombreritos
116-117 Los Sombreros Altos
77 Mu Alpha Theta
94-95 National Honor Society
72-73 Nike - iBeaconJ
40-42 Pep Club
18-19 Physical Education
100 Quill and Scroll
83 Sigma Anchor
118-119 Social Studies
104 Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica
135.137 Sports Honors
119.120 Vocational Education
WE THANK . . .
Keys Printing Corporation, representatives lVlr. Carlyle Morris
and lVlr. Morris Kenig, who kept our mistakes
Mr. Frank Anderson, who became, along
with the staff, an expert on sunsets.
Winston Townsend, who saved our lives many times.
Eddie Davis of the
Gainesville Sun for our sports group pictures.
Our advertisers for supporting
The administration and faculty of GHS for remaining patient through
many hectic times.
The Senate and House of Representatives of GHS
for selling our annuals.
The student body of Gainesville High School - the soul
of the 1967 Hurricane.
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