Nevada High School - Nevamo Yearbook (Nevada, MO)

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Principal Nelle Inwood Registrar Q-"""'A M- EWXOQ U Lyxpxce PreS3dent W, S. Love w 5 Qgoard of Education ff' WSH D .offmann fesldent George M. Logan Treasurer -J-Q .S X 9 We - Fl -WW' Ory . Jw' 9 . - M W I 'Y.',' .T . . . , M:-,Nfywf ,y y Q. ' ,-, V I .- W A w ' f "fu w , , .w w fry ,.f25Mr.A,,gg H. L. Fowler fs Q32 Lyman Mooney, B. S. Band Maucle Wardin Study Hall and Library Agnes Brown, M. A. Music George E. Schumann, B. M.,M. M Drarnatics, Vocal Music John Van l-loy, A. B., B. S., M. A. Foreign Language, Journalism EQ. Juanita Rimmer, B. S. English Alma Gregg, B. S., A. M English l2uth Durham, B. S. English -? -2 Kai? ffywfffwf A. L. Maharfey, B. s. fffff sp - Agriculture i i a i ' i f ii i Katherine Wood, B. S. ,ik Vocational Education i A ..,.v L- t t ' V - , Q Inez Cocicreli, B. S. Physical Education ' ,i-if, JJ , iffi LD!!! Eugene Rimmer, B. physical Education , . ,rf -W ,fr fl . .kvjf zfruc ,W 5 I I i 5 ' 1 B... ' f i 1 I af. .S g 5: it Q X52 ' " Q M A --...... ,. -nv., ,J 'f 1. H i 5 I U i . Marie Sapp, B, Commerce an qi 4 if 3uii"uvw"'! L. B. Kesterson, B. S.,M. S. Diversified Occupation S. Aura Kornhaus, B. S., M. A. Conifnefce E ,ar 1. , ,LM t. w .-. .. Y... c . . ,. Robert L. Brown, B. S Mechanical Drawing N YS, Gladys Radford, B. S. Social Studies Marie Butner, B. S. Citizenship Vera Rombacli, B. S. Algebra Social Studies Elizabeth Shaw, B. S. i . E I . f nw if k O Q v 'Lip mf 9 O2 ' ,io lie Helen Grace Horton, B. S., M. S. Social Science Edna Mae Qagan, B. S. Art Geraldine Qowton, Q. Nurse N. T. M. Chapman, A. B. Chemistry X S , Delvere Coclcrell, B. S. A Nqq' Core-Curriculum, Physical Education A - .gf Bernice Teel, B. S., M. A. Core-Curriculum ,. ,Niki wi . ni... O , H? . WV . fw- 5 . if -my -hs S ,X .. w .. Lillian Qogge, A. B., M. A. English vu, . .- Audrey Kennedy, A. A., B. A. Core-Curriculum X 'J ra vga e 5Qb6e5x,LoY Sponsor Editor . . Assistant Editor Business Manager . evamo gtaff Gr 8 . So USIQSSS K7 0176 Miss Alma Gregg . Barbara Hartley Jack Edmiston . Carson Moss Assistant Business Manager . Jack Cooper Sports Editor . Senior Reporter Junior Reporter . . Tom Braun . Jane Ewing Lou Don Edvyds Sophomore Reporter . . Blau wing Junior High Reporter Artists . Photographers -I ff! aft I i Bimcvsttree lfakrjlhgbert Beiknap Titus, Criil Maples Se 1, ,U -,.., 'lf ., Q Q 1 2 W 1' Am'- Q , b,x Vr 1 Q, Q .. Q 5 QHHUHEI QUBEI11 CNBfII11IEI1T Sen ior 52112111111 69112211 R ,. 1 - f A 1 T L ' A A-wszwggg, Wg W, 1 , 1, 4. 1 1. 11 ' K Im 1 ,, "" ,J mv A 3? K t Q Egg? Q Q l . . Y QQQ QY 4 5 ,b 1 ' ' ' Ng' . .xggigml gf ' Wi ll V '-:fig M.. .,.,, . ,mfg ,sw 1 w Q5 1" A Q. 1 T-Wfkfliglff if-IQ' ,X 'vm Aw :ug Sei. iii Y - wir.. Q L ' ' 53 ,ig 6 W Q5 I' F aw vt 'Q 5151.111 gggrnesa A 21: Ham 4 V x L Senior ' fgguk Q sg 3 cimmu Qing Q X ' E ij? . mf! A. me A J i - .4 f x 1 , MP5 gxx V XY, wesxwmn -2 H URS ttendcmts Betty Jo Estes Sophornove O " OS vefen 'lg 6 M X Jean argdr 510 Sf C X vvlhman '-fLmfO,ShaCfe SSO' fi 137-9 EMF fx C Amior Clfiglfl gtudent Qounciil S2 The Senior High School Student Council has now completed another year of service to the Nevada High School. Under the capable leadership ol: its sponsor, Miss Qadiiord, it has accom- plished a great many things. ln October the council sponsored an all-school l-lallowe'en party. At various times after the baslcetlball games on Friday nights,there have been dances. All of these activities have proved very successful. At all home Football and basketball games the council members sold ticlcets and distributed programs. An intramural program was set up by the council. The gold plate was added to complete the plaque For the Nevada- Lamar Football game. Thirteen representatives were sent to the Student Council Convention in Springfield, Missouri. The senior council,along with the junior high councibhas presented sev- eral paid assemblies during the year. To help meet expenses, candy bars have been sold during the noon hour and after school. The Senior l-ligh Council contributed Five dollars to the Community Chest Drive. -Joan Wheeler 69 gigoiieox be we X 9-O Wav aio' unior Tlfiglr tuclent Qouncil Bill PhelP5 . 'cl Y Junior l-ligh Presr en l The Junior Council of L48-119 has excellently represented the junior high student body and its activities. It purchased a water-cooler which was to be placed in the junior high division of the high school. The junior council with the senior council planned six pay assemblies which will be given in I9LL9'l95O. lt served Food at the junior high tournament and gave SLA5 ol: its proFit to the basketball team. The money was used to buy suits For the teams. The Council Convention at Springfield was attended and enjoyed by all but two members who were unable to attend. The success of the council is largely due to the coopera tion between Miss l-lorton, the sponsor, and the members in planning and carrying on the worlc oF the council. if C--X f T: Til f .74 X it x Slubcnifb own-nnerw Cggifle Qlub David Todd--President Bob Belknap--Vice President Barbara Adam--Secretary ,ational Qfonor ociely Albert Petgen--President Richard Holland--Vice President Jane Ewing--Secretary Cgilnrary 691145 Bill Byrnes--President Albert petgen--Vice president Barbara Cates--Secretary-'l-reasurer Cyllrncr-C' rt 691115 Barbara Brantley--president Juanita We-rst-'Vice president l2utl1 Limbaugh--Secretary Barbara Adam--Treasurer Qoger Titus--Photographer Lon Brown--Reporter wand First Row--- Shirley Robertson, color guardg Karol Wilson, twirlerg Nancy Maxwell, twirlerg Diane Ewing drum major Donna Dubray, twirlerg Dorothy Cleveland, twirlerg Juanita Werst, color guard. Second Row-- Dorothy Dennison, drumg Jim Kahler, bass drum, Pat Sivils, drum. Third Row-- La Nelle Ryan, clarinetg Jackie Beshore, clarinetg Bu Ella Tally, clarinetg John Voss, baritone Robert Edmiston, baritoneg Marjorie Atteberry, French homg Joan Yeolcum, French horng Ronald l-lucl4leby, baritone Bill Standley, trumpetg Bob Mathis, cornetg Jaclc Wilhelmson, cornet. Fourth Row--- Jerry Williams, clarinetg Evertt Ballc, clarinetg Donald l-lerd, clarinet, Jimmy Newman, clarinet Marlene Atte berry, bass clarinet, Floyd Courtney, saxophonegMarjorie Bowser, saxophoneg Eulala Bray, trombone Bob Lipsey, trombone, Bob Carter, trumpetg Bill Siebert, trumpet, Merlin Colvin, trumpet. FiFth Row-H Marilyn Norris, oboe, Lura Jean Wilson, Fluteg Darrel Duncan, saxophoneg Ray Smith, bass Bud Colvin, bass Bill Byrnes, bass, Bill Kahler, tromboneg Bill Phelps, trumpet. ftsig 1 "-' ,WML A ip "' r. Karol Wilson Majorette Janet McGlothlin Dorothy Cle Maiorette Mascot Nancy Maxwell Majorette Diane Ewing Drum Major my A Qjrclfzestra Y.-.... Aww Left to Qiglwt First Row-- Barbara Brantley, cellog Loreta Carter, bass. Second Rowe-- Slwaron Mccaftree, violing Marilyn Woody, violing Qonald Young, violin, Donnie Graves, violin, Dolores Lang- slmaw, violing Wayne Perrin, violing Qobert Palmer, violin. Third l2ow--- Janet l-lerd, violin, Aleta Carter, violing Ann Clemensen, violag Juanita Werst, violag Marilyn Norris, pianog Bob Slover, violin. Mr. Mooney, directorg Shirley Callison, bass, Mava Cartwright, cello, Jean Mccolley, cellog Mona Berry, cello, Q1 MQ glee CN MJ QMOxm -Y . C de Qhomms g evcmth jm 0 hows iiqmn NICXU ramatics Second Year Qramatxcs 233 N52 f 'Q Fourth Hour Qramatics I The Junior Class " llD llG Bob Morris ...... Claire Greenwood Mrs. Wick , ,,... .- Hugh Nichols .... Iulia Greenwood . by GLENN HUGHES CAST OF CHARACTERS ,. .... Hubert Fox ..- ... . . , .... Alice Heim . .- -. ,,,., Beity Weber ,..- -. .... Henry Norris ..-- -... ....Marilyn Woody...--. Ellen Johnson ,..,. .... L ou Don Edwards .... Leonard Wilson .... rr.. B illy Bass ....... Mr. Hardman ,.... Kate Bagley ,.,, Eddie Bower ,... loe Howard ..,.. Mr. Smith .... Pdlllld Ward ..,.. l :nn--...eq ..,.Sherman Baker .--. -.-.Patsy Main .-.... ....Clarence Dee ..,,--,, .,..Donald Clevelandu.. rrwlack Cooper .,..-- ...Joan Miller .-. 99 Alvin Haynes Dorolhy Dennison Gerna Olson Don James Frances McDonald Carol Crawford Clifford Brown Fred Popejoy -. - .,Maxine Geary .--. .Don Huff .--, ,Billy Barttrum Jack Edrniston -. -. .Mary Alice Taylor Class Sponsor ,.., ,,,,,,,,,,r M arie Sapp Play Director ,,,,, ,,,, G eorge Ei Schumann Stage Manaqerhr w,A,------ Carl Lewis 1 if i H X .A Q ' X .1 A I "Calais on omorrown xxa- V Charles Quimby Burdette CAST OF CHARACTERS: Prof. Wilfred Nettleton ,,,, Gwendolyn Ferris ,..,,,. - ..,.. Nettleton Ferris ..,..-..-..-. Hester Brinkley ,. .... -. ,..., Jane Cromwell ,... -.-..-..-... Lar1'y Cohick ,,,,,,,,,A,. - .... Shirley Sivils ,,,,,,,,,,. - A,,,. Carson Moss ,A,,,,.., -.... Lucille Haynes ,..... -..- D1ane Ewing ,,,,,,, ,,,- ,... . Ellis Cromwell ,,.... -...-..-..,Robert Bishop IM-.. Duncan Bates .e,.-,.-..-,.-Dick Scott ,,,,,,, mm... Dr. Horace Bingham ,.... -..Don Darnell l,.,..,l,,,...,. -- Mix Nugent ,,,..-..--- ,..,.,. Elsie States ,,,,.,. -..--.,- Mary Wiggins ...-..,.-..... Violet Harper .-....... Albert Petgen Karol Wilson Carson Moss Imogene Ault Sue Richardson Ray Clemensen Lon Brown Don Darnell Charlene Frizelle Barbara Hartley Deloris Smith Maxine Freeland Mona Lou Hand Fred Luke Francis Jones Tom Braun Jo Swafford ..---.i.Do1ores Cherry ...-,.---. Peggy Reinhardt ..-.....Jane Notson ,..,... -..-...... Pamela ..,Y, ., ,,.,,,,,l. ..,- ,,,... -Katherine Robertson Steve Banion ,,,,,, - ..,. ..... . uffoger Titus ...-,.-..-....-. "1-Iunky" Dore ,.,,,,,, Bob Crabtree ....,,, - ,,,li W Kenneth Thr-uston ,..- ...., .. Ray Clemensen ,,.l... -,.-. James Beckendorf ...... -,Bill Duncan ..,,..,....,... Richard Johnson ACI' I: About ten o'clock, on a September moming. ACI' 11: Momingg a week later. ACI' III: Scene I, a short time later. ACI' Ill: Scene Il, a couple of days later. U' fl' 8 . :ui .fm .L f 4- . i N i Q X1 8, If L ...,y.as+,wvk W A ,,. ,omwzevcial Qlub Chairman--Jo Ann Weber Secretary--Ann Hansen Treasurer--Mona Jean Newman cience Qlub president--Qidward Holland Vice president--Bob Crabtree Secretary-Treasurer--Jack Edmiston Q . utuife Jowiewialeeirs of ' meifzca Marilyn Jackson--President Betty Sparlcs--president Ramona Fields--Vice President Helen Frost--Vice President Dorothy Mcconnauglwey-ASecretary-Treasurer Louise Timbers--Secretary-Treasurer Ginger Hickman--Historian of Sub-District Qegion Miss Wood--Sponsor ' Miss Wood--Sponsor - XL aifmeifs of gllmeifica 'B FV iw Floyd Drumeller--President Leonard Lanlctord--Treasurer Gene Brown--Vice president Burl pettilnon--Sentinel Roy Taylor'-Secretary Mr. Malwalfey--Advisor Lon Brown--Reporter 5ixg a,,:-4 Adam vu .fvuvv U I N 1.1-Q D2'? ..?4CP gpiversifiecl Bvfiy Darreil Duncan Barbara G JO ' VPf1HEth Waller 1 Y 3 u are Gwen 0 X4 as 'Hee cw 3 15 .- the W 35 -gygk, 1969 ,oe -C3 056 Nbam X949. P A :T .o,5, 0 ang. ig! Sucgesig xvvlscbgmdxvs. vol Q 09 our ew' is gmgoetixgoo oiws cage aoidgnx. git gof any .Ach xakeif 65525 sand case 2 YN, . 'Coe X18 2 X . ' Q, ' ' . Wig akxigeteg.-NLx5f:-xgveexch iS kill Zcgkogxgw fl?gu5e, W lotsa The on 006 QW5- to 5 plocecteeiwl aese cowiuen. 525. old Sedw '095 ko. t0 -9 SWVPQQWOPQ, we 'QQOHQQRKOOS Sie clxxiailse Wlxaelf' celeb 395 Eayqosk Chau ngl5i,BagX9Y 3 Q We Woe' the Kate me ollwe 93 V ca9eC3w'yxaVe cgn' io! eef' iegalog-fd W0 et 8 St hash go Keg Boller f"'w5ia1- 305 1 ieiwh Name mi -pavnes owl case, , 'N mei: S a xo U 6 C065 bogll ds., 10 xnvs 6 005 aflm xhectem foameo ag Qaf' g ex Se V15 0 YAY V30 5 to at 1001956 Q09 Yaola- a t wi X03 seilfsxt 5105 CKOQSG ,ioanv Tung, wo ' as ' . l 'VS noflco as F eowsv, se riwrson and gray gfaff Guess Who? This small package of dyna- mite is only 5 feet 7, and has :Sd pounds of muscles. He has black hair that flops in his face whenever he doesn't have on a football helmet, and big baby blue eyes Qeven if he is a mighty lenlory that make many girls hearts flutter This muscle bound hero spends most of his time on the football field, iknock'em deadl. But personally I think Coach Rimmer wouldylove to knock him dead for he says the thing he likes to do most is to tease Coach so he must be happy a lot oi the time. But when it comes to getting up and coming to school the answer is definitely Nix. He likes to hear the song "Slow Sqn, Spegcings' EDM! 1'h on the B Dr - e Ibefinconslitlllmnary sts st:Q1eW1ll1fl"'tFrrf1Z' Spegogfesgs 19 'Its -'De -V U1 C es 1 . 1 fo - 0 80h Urn' W ftf:'n,,'f mwg Wfjn !r0,f,"5 .Isl tbejrn 01311011 2-l'?f'c1,iid8.vg 'gfhla Th- speech "fuar'd"J2 will "'- is a 'S 0011: ee ents wh" 25" ' . . .1 ' iaglmggglgiiirgs theld a I I avg S uq' M th 0 'Inu sWr1rf"f-Y iff DSe1ifm4mf2'Trm,,f"y tares goSpeecZ81nat?l7n' gan Lin Th nst- ' Os I as ' for ese Hut' on lb an '11 .sz 'B Units' IH refer the St In 8 re Ilgt Thi Fermence ,gdvng cF"1test fun cage IS es Pape Hte1-iam 100' but 81 Ee, Desi rs. t 1' kin 01:0 givboundally us hepneglfparz 3 ' 9 ef I ' Sifmg Ofa bfvailudefrlu fo' 0111. 8 Of th: Ogn 00 1 ws ef Smit be x Yauya Wigan PQ 10019 ' fe C 01 K0 Boat to China." Yes, he has a special girl, but for name look him up! ll U 1 little is 5 feet ar and E11-Is dbou -V011 U quee and t the S M US, one cute I A - . A f:f,zfz:P'ir,df.,,d of as Mant Edie Bafbm Hartley :air ,la by 6' 11 in Nd ' aefl 5 Higgins 511 dotlifyhe 17 Sports Edmor ' Qay Clemenser may ad tion- - s ' dawn bg Ga erxjfivel get Exchan E . ,ack-t sausiac hx, kxsse Ifattgfg. rwoodlfiflhzqki A Q9 ltor , Vlolet I-larper A5:eetlY gave gl Us sub- ou 8110 nett O01 If - - I . - 8 D Isarlfljftilgaigwgnlaym a'0i dVe't'5'f'Q MGUGQGF . Shirley Srvils '3c:lid,:fFww' am i o cm y , - . l - n- . n lb d Rawlingxhelp dfivggi Circulation Manager . . Don Huff uacusxe kissedmma y a n -lgogals wcohiclr sxmake I Colum ' Cl nilxssed heT'e1FPlana?X?kl59' fo bean Milrsen Parfum ,hun nlsts an Reporters: Wimaatxsxg qxey D0 Zan ' GPX 11912 't ng - . fll sm 59351 - nw Igarzegfoeger go homeafouzgff Carol Crawl3ord Delorls Smith 5 led gngfiuxxiolcatxo came on BelgllJfeyel1lzfNlZs1e?D. Mega- Alice l-leim Karol Wilso uwalxhen he' dad xsiol' woflffiry gfcg tusxlmfh gi n gut scene, quick aecmfee Bagwbmh-:zze:eSbe":g 'ls Carson Moss Aggemadixame X85 ,.. 3'-H arf' A""fre U' DQ Micke wav- aivlslon' Ar'l0Id2d9l11L0 Weg' Youthful-Tommi' louu Heblfickihzx, 15 long S1 ' t' zealous-Jack Stiles. -kNoW- een. +1 i 'ff 'KP' .1 f . r V l ik g b - . ff , f s 'Q' K' . gig ' A fav -ani' X .. . 3 Mrs. Karl Wilson Mrs. Francis Woodliill Mrs. Fritz Romhach Second Vice President President of High School P. T. A. First Vice President Chairman oF Program Committee 'ard' . ,wud-lp q Q .-Q - i 7 , .:f,: Aa .P E, k 1:1 - - 1 1... , Mrs. O. G. Holland Mrs- Q- L- BVOWFT Chairman of Hospitality Publicity Cllalfman ' All fir X Historian 4 . '13 K Y .iii flu. , """"'!"x X ia' L K 4. Mrs. Floyd Middleton Mrs. Albert Pe-tgen Publication Treasurer Chairman ol: Finance Budget Committee aquar- ! Mrs. T. J. Duncan Secretary Milk 'wr' Mrs. Fred Mealey Assistant Secretary s,,,is'Qif'J Q9 .MIA irirwreffpsiill ," E Leaders Donnie Graves, Bonnie Stamps, Bill Standley, Pat Bennett, Jaclc Edmiston, Delores Deaton. First Pow-H Patsy McMillen, Pauline Holland, Carol Agee, Georgia May Brown, Norma Coffman, Emma Jean Earll, Lou Don Edwards, Linda l-laslett, Alice l-leim, Lou Jean Dahmer, Kay Moss, Mary Ann Rombach, Katherine Pobertson, Lorene Summy, Betty McGee, Mrs. Coclcrell. Second Pown- Mary Wilcox, Virginia McGee, Ginger l-liclaman, Betty Saathott, Dolores Cherry, Joan Wheeler, Alvis Preston, Jeanie Witte, Jane Notson, Barbara Brantley, Joan Miller, l-lelen Phodes, Karol Wilson, lda Belle Simpson. Third l2ow--- Bonnie Klumpp, Dove Warren, Betty l-larper, Violet l-larper, Letha Kater, Gerald Huston, Margaret Shade, Gloria Snelson, Mary McCattree, Frances McDonald, Pat Pogers, Quth Limbaugh, Mona Jean Newman, l-lc-len Eaton. Fourth Pown- Posanne Drake, Betty Pich, Barbara Baudoux, lmogene Ault, Charlene Erizelle, Mona Lou l-land, Betty Jo Estes, Phyllis Scott, Glenna Morris, Peggy Bingle, Gerna Olson, Mary Jane Estes, Jeannette Elliott. Fifth l2ow--- l-lenrietta Belcher, Mae Belcher, Lynne Logan, Marilyn Woody, Carol Crawford, Barbara Crites,Jodene Gire. weateir Qlub A A A-M l 1 li:'YS Mona Eaye Berry, Janice Ballc, Lucille Standley, Patty Ballc, Patty Crawford, Janet Elmore, Sharon McCaFFree. 'U' I 73 96 .f fx E41 1 X 1 I Q -fiwief i'iiQai3I K .Gig . -5, ,,.f"" '-4 -- '23 ' . Q 'v--Q. SENICJRS ,ar . . vip, A 'G' pw The Senior class of IQLLQ leaves behind it in Nevada High School a record of which it can be very proud. Through- out six years they have giyen their loyal support to all school projects and activities. Durin their First thrd years in high school the class ot IQAQ won many honors including Four pennants, a banner, and Q 4 an enviable record in the ticket sale of their successful class play, "What a Lite". They liinished their junior year by sponsor- ing the junior-senior prom and banquet, on the theme, "Arabian Nights". The seniors began their last year in the high school under the capable leadership ol: their president, Tom Braun and sponsor, Miss Elizabeth Shaw. At the beginning ot the year, the class won the Nevamo contest and saw their candidates B b B s and Mona Jean Newman, crowned king and queen ol: the yearbook. The seniors helped make the all school o yrne Halloween party a great success and Tom Braun and Mona Lou Hand, both seniors, were chosen to reign as king and queen of Halloween. At the Christmas season, Following an established tradition, the class placed a Christmas tree in the main hall. ln January another banner was won in the junior class play ticket sale contest. ln their own class play ticket sale, the seniors achieved a Fine record. Seniors held important offices and positions in school groups. Robert Bishop was our student body president. Bar- bara Hartley edited the Nevamo and Carson Moss was its business manager. Francis Jones headed the N Club and Lou Jean Dahmer the Tigerettes. ln the years to come, members of the class o IQMQ may we oo p High School. F ll l k back with ride at their achievements in Nevada 9 Q "-15 'mf I i , lx: ,, - ' " .,qq 'ua 37 -r '60, Ai 40,4 , rr fr 607 X 1, if rr 0,60 4, 46, 4 DQS! 49 01-66rd an ., 4,0 if E' Bill Barnett ,Q 1 Qobert Bishop Mae Belcher O! A -Qs 'F' 'Q .X ffb o 99,76 Marvin Bley f I Ga XL,- il Na, 6: .9 ' -I N -v Q. we 0 W ' 0 sow ff' Q60 if rr 0 Q58 WK 0 Q6 ax O W0 juli' E.rQ'5"k ' 11" Dolores Cherry Xj' Alberta David W 4'5- -Ji 'S' ff' x. in ,ae-Y Q 'SQ L:A-L , J:Q'fi19f,., 17 kt' . y 3' .Ax.- 1 ' , . 0607 e X gn SZ. e !w..s . Wiisie Q X el lie ' T we i ,X S fr 5-in W I ,ss E Goss Y if Y C9 . J' C7607 4,056 5 Y 'O' Z . 0 1 Q- Wllluam Culler ff? ff? x 01- cv Q, 6164 s-0860 - V Q f m Corofc , 'vp 0+ Nur-i O6 C6 5,66 Mary Davenport Don Darnell Lou Jean Dahmer lrene Dunfield go 9006 'Qs' C I ff' K 'Cf f ,--' I ' IN r L H' l, r, A X N we ge, wx fy. NYM .wif . V V 'lu " ' 52253, A - fwrfv D ,gg . ll K 52, f ,S .jj 4' :gig 5.53525 1 , vp' Ps Q Darrell Duncan ,Q XO z gbgoyoe is N4 f ' f . 1 ?3"x .. 9 A f 14 A " 5? 41 .,,'h p .,nr P 5 1,41 -A i v Johnnie Dulier K ' P mb" 15 .f-r . Q 6,78 ""N. vb x e, ' g 'K ew liwbg 6176 ogg C710 G+,- '7e F sw 6 'boo G A7647 Q4 'QP' Bobby Frank -If Xb Zig, 'xml' A We, v Charline Frizelle L- Maxine Freeland 6 . fo,,,9 jxfa N- G-rant: Gates QW 600 qw GO XA o 096 Xp avg r 960 wo Q60 as Preston Haverstic V000 684- QQ 2690 O0 ff' Violet Harper Tr Linda Haslett Barbara Hartley 'E I' G'-1,06 Cf tu I' if . O07 s,, so NS. 3 0. Oo Marllyn JBCIQSOFT yy-SQTUN 'Q' K' K' Cloetta James 'wi sl lf -if my arg S' Dolores Jones , I fi' M vi: Lgiei vevlva - fp! e ,QQ mfg x ,M if fi'- QAH ooh 1 ea, a Q I ,, ei Ar , X CJXQGSK' P' L We Jane Notson . ,Q wfwx W ...B Aw Q66 Mona Jean Newman Carson Moss of 0066 Dorothy Mcffonnaughey f I . fleas 0 D 6' S6 I f QQ! ,OSC 40,60 QQ .,, 447 Q V U F, 'M s I g 40 NX Q' 'e 3,5 J ,I Rach Dale Qich 4246! X may gg' Tessa Scharff eao M" 'J wg, TJ f 15 SYXGYQ 0 F 3' ef' QL 900 . t . Cy Shirley Sivils . 5 331 - 1 A z x 3 'mg X K . 669 cox fi'- iid! ,f"'g' ki, ,,f-ff5M, L - Ida Belle Simpson l-lazel Siebert 1:-'77 Howard Sellens XX1 Sf S if on VN cw Sgr I. 07,65 YNQ3 KE- 62916 6? Gif and 4 ies we 4 S6 odger Air W GC Dove Warren do G I N MO, N 09s, 7.8 I 0.9 jo Ann Weber Kenneth Walker Marjorie Welch plossie Williams Karol Wilson A0 if L0 Oran Adkins--"Say, let's wait until tomorrow to have that test." William A. Adam--His quietness keeps him From great things. James Akers--l-le's not only a Football player, but does many things well. Jo Ann Angel--G-od's gift to a nightingale. Barbara Arnold--This high stepper has her eyes on a junior. Imogene Ault--Speech is great but silence is greater. Bill Barnett--l do not "choose" to speak. Mae Belcher--An independent animated girl who goes after and gets the right things. Marvin Bley--"Sometimes it does a heap ol: good to go a little slowly." Robert Bishop--Little but mighty as a student body leader. Juanita Brandenberger--Our sweet little miss from Walker. Tom Braun--Our president. Lon Brown--l-le can't decide which he likes best, Alaska, track, or that sweet little sophomore miss. Gene Carol Brown--An answer to a maiden's prayer. Larry Brown--l am not as quiet as l look. Bill Byrnes--l-lis only books are womenis books, and liolly is all they have taught him. Bob Byrnes--"God Save the King." "Long Live the King." David Carpenter--He is the strong quiet silent type. Alberta Caton--She's one ot those rare "seen but not heard" girls. Dolores Cherry--Wrigley's best customer. Ann Clemensen--I don't see why l can't chew gum, the kids don't care. Ray Clemensen--Athletics is his sphere of existence. Richard L. Coliliman--l-le looks studious, but don't believe everything you see. Larry Cohick--"l2omeo, Qomeo, Wherefore art thou?" Carol Cox--A great secretary to attend to her boss's atliairs. Bob Crabtree--The Einstein oF 'Li9. William Culler--Never do today what you can put ol:F until tomorrow. Lou Jean Dahmer--Our cute little tigerette. Don Darnell--l-le's a happy-go-lucky young man. Aol L0 Mary Davenport--A girl who always has a smile. Donald Davis--Witty but not always wise. Delores Deaton--Enjoyable, amiable, a pleasing Friend. Harold DeVore--Some day they will Find what a great man l am. C. A. Dixon--A second Patrick l-lenry. Rosanne Drake--Surely an angel has kissed her Fingers on the piano keys. Floyd Drumeller--Good qualities need no advertising. Bill Duncan--lF l had the wings ot an angel. Darrell Duncan--l-le's rough and tough and twice as mischievous. lrene Dunliield--A girl though in stature small, a Friend to all. Joe Earll--Leave him alone and he will come home. Maxine Elliott--The sun's rays bless her with golden hair. Diane Ewing--As our drum major she did her bit. Jane Ewing--l-ler talent as a singer will take her tar. Ramona Fields--pretty, Fair, and good to look at. Marilyn Fleming--She knew it not but she was liair. Bobby Frank--A rival of the greatest chefs. Maxine Freeland--For better or worst, town or country. Charline Frizelle--She's not a Flower, she-'s not a pearl, she's simply a charming girl. Grant Gates--A little mischief now and then is relished by the best ol: men. l must be quite good Jr. Gowin--l-lis quiet mind is richer than a crown. Leon Grantham--lt silence were golden, he's worth a Fortune. Leona Grantham--A Fair-haired maiden with gracious manners. Jack Grubbs--Thinking is an idle waste ol: time. Mona Lou l-land--A petite young brunette with a voice like a melodious bell. Ann Hansen--She does her share without making a racket about it. Violet l-larperf-A smile For one and all. Barbara l-lartley--Thanks, "Bobbie"'l:or a swell Nevamo. Linda l-laslett--ln scholastic ability she excels. Preston l-laverstic--l-le is quiet-at times. Lucille Haynes--An accomplished pianist. Ruth l-lerren--She's one oF the best ot students. Shirley Gayle Hickman--Success in spite ot divided interests. R-chard Holland--A good character brings a good reputation. Freida l-lomrighous--l-ler timidity hides the Fact that she has come Far by her own perseverance. Riva Householder--Every time she casts a wicked eye, she catches some poor Fish. Marilyn Jackson--l'm through with men. Cloetta James--l prelier older men. Richard Johnson--Quietness and eliticiency go hand in hand. Dolores Jones--A likeable disposition is a rare combination with good looks. Francis Jones--Little in stature, Fast with speed, with the pigskin he takes the lead. Letha Kalier--Truly gilitecl are those who can interpret life with a brush. Bonnie Klumpp--Our little "show girl." Arthur Leason--He is known as the "mad" scientist. lflflwl 'lflflw Chester Long--l believe in taking lite easy. Fred Luke--All good men die young-l Feel sick. Dorothy McConnaughey--As a Friend she can't be beat, dark, accomplished, and sweet. Carson Moss--Need we say more l l l Mona Jean Newman--Truly a Queen. ' Jane Notson--When people do so quiet be, not half their virtues do we see. Luellen Parkhurst--She is a good sportsman too. Paul Peckman--You never know what to expect next. Albert B. Petgen--And still the wonder grew, that one small head carry all he knew. Charlene Alvis Preston--l-ler Future career is homemakinq. Margie Pugh--The touch of an artist's hand. Ethel Ramsey--She's tops in making cakes For Vernon. Betty l2ich--lt the world should end tomorrow, let me die thinking. Dale Rich--You can lead a man to school, but you can't make him think. Sue Richardson--Sweetness combined with Friendliness, intelligence, and attractiveness Katherine L. Robertson--She often is a target For cupids dart. Beulah Jean Scanlon--She starts her career in nursing by making temperatures rise. Tessa Scharft--A shorthand wizard. Glenn Sharp--l-le admits that Four years ol: study is rather a tiresome occupation. Dick Scott--Second Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Perry Como, and how l Velma Scott--So Fair: "Our lady with the Lamp." Jo Sealey--Excellence is the reward ol: labor. Howard Sellens--Worry little and you'll be happy. lda Belle Simpson--l chatter, chatter as l go. Hazel Siebert--A million dollar baby that works in a 5 and IO cent store. Shirley Sivils--Just give me a college man. Deloris Smith--A good disposition is a gift. Elsie States--Boys may come and boys may go but l go on Forever. Jack Stiles--l-le are his carrots daily. Diana L. Stone--She's a small package of T. N. T. Lela Jo Taylor--May l help you please? Roger Titus--l-le doesn't say much but he takes a lot. Rodger Wachtel--A Favorite nephew of Uncle Sam. Kenneth Walker--A good sport, a ready Friend. Dove Warren--These kind of waves seldom make one seasick. Jo Ann Weber--Our Future senator. Marjorie Welch --She is quiet and modest and very well a lady. Flossie Williams--One liked by all. Karol Wilson--A dusky, snappy, peppy, happy-go-lucky senior of 749. JUNICRS Q. X Q. QV It seems the Junior Class is about the busiest one in the N. H. S. In addition to their production of "Midnight", the class play, they have participated in many other activities. One of these is the Nevarno contest in which their candidates, Don Cleveland and Margaret Shade, obtained the honor of serving as prince and princess. Several junior boys have represented the class at Lion and Rotary Club meetings. In the Field oF sports the juniors have had their share of honors. The class ol: '50 also supported the all-school Anti-Van party. Eight junior Student Council members attended the Student Council Convention in Springfield, Another project oF the Junior Class was the Senior Class play which was sup- ported in true junior Fashion. The Final event of the year, the junior-senior prom and banquet, proved to be second to none in the history ol: Nevada High School. To add to the excitement oF the year our capable sponsor, the Former Miss Marie Sapp, became Mrs. Qex Cherry. 3 ll G2 9 W . W M 436 Mary Ashley Bill Bound J I 1 Billy Barttrum Qobert Belknap Barlnara Bagqett Slleffnafl BGLPTT I g 3. 'ww in 7.-Q 6719 ,au Marjcne Bowser 255 inn! Barbara Baufloux Lee Bley 199' ,al 4-V X Q r J- ,r Y 1 X l I Bobby Bensley Marlon Bond N,-gi Q Barbara Brantley ZG- 'E-E' Billy Bass Clifford Brown o Q' I' Wave Brown -3. w .f Clittorfl Butler 1-s'X qw' Glenn Campbell 36 iw Don Cleveland Dorothy Cleveland BOlD Cgoper N I 'kr ,mQ'.-1, - A-.K as sz. t Q t .., 'N ,Mx avi., -in Betty Couglwlin Carol Qrawtord l-lelen Church Don Dalwrner 'V-29' l I el Betty Broclc -35 1' X . X .r ' , Earl Crawford DOD Lfedrnel Clarence Dee Dorthy Dennusgn AM-pn1l,'nrwc':,' Jack Edmiston Lou Don Edwards A . "" EHR I adv vhs, a 1 Lee Estep Mary Jane Estes Glenn Files Qichard Dean F-loyd Helen Joan Eaton Harold Gilmore -MGX Xt? Y 'fur Hubert Fox Sm "fr 1' Q.. A1 x Melba Garwood Maxine Geary "5f-v-. 'vo Evelyn Jodene G-ire l2icliard Greer Q X EQ A 5 1 ' x i 7 iff! , 3 5 s 1 f x ...- ,,...-. Jim Gust -:F ae- 'vng 5 -'as ' 59Q V 'K 'wr- .aff E Qs Don Hana' Marie Harmon Betty Jean Harper Percy Harper .X -X :af aan-gh 4-Q -QW X. f Q. M, Barbara Haverstic Alvin Haynes Joe Hammer Glenna M Alice lllflllll -13 nr 3 2' ,H x A Bonnie Hendrix an '- 14 as 'wr Pauline Holland ANR Q.. Joyce Howard ,pw ' 'QI' Norma Howard bon Huff biz 37 if W1 ' ' 4 525 5 X '. -r-9" ed 19 402' ,:,,N A L s 'F Don James Bob f , 'M A i "' -lug Jimmie Joe Johnson JUNE J0hrlSton vw X SQ' rv .3 was fl-Erik our A ' 6' W- Herb Lawson Hubert Leonard ,af an lf H Don Lee S QQ? '27 Zane Koeger Leonard Lankford Mary Anna Hatten JGCk Lee E-'92 Carl Lewis Patsy Main es We 4:""" Jerry Maxwell Doris McDowell rs, Frances McDonald 52-l5"x Don McCarthy Billy MCG-ie Joan Miller 'S-iz" i' 904' fi' Crill Maples lf?" Le Roy McGarraugl'1 Betty McGee B05 Mathis Nellie E. Moore Norman Mistler A.. uw 1 ,,,,., ty ir", Edwin Moss -in Y-I.'f.,n w-4 Mason Moss N iii! Albert Niclwols j'-if 33 3 ff 'ai " U A ,Q .. - , I xg rv. 3 S, ii x ' nr 511.5 73 jp V, Kass. . ,l 'Z' , fS:2gr Jack Norris Gerrma Lee Qlson 'Q Nl' Burl Pettibon Fred popejoy Harold S. Qawlrrzgs Bill Reclburn l-lenry Norris Claudie Qussell i, f Iv - , . w M. . - l-lelerw Faye Qipley Carol Qogers P-at Rogers r ,., rr X a .LQ . , 'S' Q Phyllis Scott Margaret Shade -Sain Peggy Starr FIG. Neoma Stewart +-Qt' La Von Shaw mag qi in Jack Steele Vernon Souder 35 V 'NE:" EQ: . 5' K 3 rip r re f f Q , r 1 1 ' be 'Z a M V Q vw up-. 5 V ' E J" 1' 'J ,' , X Qt U X I Carl llwoming u Bette Stone "' Dave Todd Il X 4 ff' 3' do X .X Mary Alice Taylor R,,1..y' X X , S XXX elf A "' 1 e Claude Tuclcer , kv' X wp' j Qoy T-eg? fx, , . v '-o-AJ f W e ff Betty Weber av 'V' Q-s A Connie Gordon FAJ .nn- 'din- il aiu Clmrley Westcott -3 fi", 'TIT' Harold Whitehead Mary Wilcox Patsy Wlwitwortli Bill Bob Woods rfrsa Orton Wilson gf ,, ,,yX muff X m 1.4 it KN ix i J if t M51 is Q K 'Ii Carl Wood Joan Wheeler .A.. of it V'r'- Qfiigx Marilyn Woody it pat Sivils UM I s P , arold S. Qawlmgs Mariorie Bowser "gif sgxf? 'r '72 v QSM get 'X , I, fyywfvzf nygr -LW. .741-'wo CD 0 'U I O IWW Q , 7 gigs:fi,,,. W ZS? -iii The sophomore class ol: IQL48-IQ!-+9 has had a successful year. Class ofliicers are: Blair Ewing, presidentg Bob Morris, vice presidentg Ruth Limbaugh, Secretaryg and Mary Ann Rombach, treasurer. The class also elected Junior Lions and Junior Rotarians For November, February, and May. The sophomore candidates For the Nevamo contest were Betty Jo Estes and Don D. Lee. Ray Smith and Mary Duncan were the sophomore candidates For king and queen of the Halloween party. They served as prince and princess. The ticlcet sale contest For the Junior Class Play was a great success For the sophomores. They won the pennant. The ticlcet sale contest For the Senior Class Play was a big project For the sophomores and they brought credit to their class- ry, 5 flmxii 4 5' Q Barbara Adam Freda Adams Chai Eulala Bray Georgia Brown Delberta Burris Doris Butler Loretta Carter Dave Clarke les Clinlcenbeard .,,,. 'Km Nr New '- 5. gr- 5355 ..r' ff' J, 'Urn :ar Q TB Norma Qottman Buddy Colvin Carol Agee "Wt qi, .,.y Wie Beverly Conard Marjorie Attebery Bertie Baker Henrietta Belcher SEA , if 1:--' 94 .gf Floyd Courtney pat Bennett Sue Bice Peggy Bingle Buddy Crawford Tommy Bishop abit 'YM Q' 'Q 0- i 1 . ' r,. Dennis Bledsoe .4 ' Doris Brandenberger uf , f? " 157' YP' gp: 170'- ,J ' ttta Na g W X is 5 six Y xi "" Q tt fx H 4 N x K M X Q N Sq I V tk K X A 1 if fm Q, ,nu 4? 'FQ itz Jw..- Betty Jo Estes Barbara Crites Bonnie Croney Edward Deering Blair Ewing Charles Dolan Wanda Drumeller Mary Duncan Marjorie Eanning Leon Emery Emma Jean Earll Qobert Edmiston 'ix r 934 Five 5 X is-X.. k l Donna Dubray Lawrence Eislwer Jimmie Franz Marjorie Garwood Ga ry Edwards Pliylis Gonterman Wayne Gowin Elaine Greer Jeanette Elliott Dick Goodfellow Evelyn l-lagen Elvira Hagen is 'Q' K, qs.. 'W' air its I I fn. 3 ,Qs-. ft- Herbert Hagen Horace Jolrinson Olen Johnson Allene Jones Qichard Hargrove Bill Kalwler Jim Kalmler Marvin Kamp Marjorie Havens Dolores Langslwaw Wallace Lelwrnan Nadine Leonard ,Que ,v-is Q R X Arif' 'im 'Os A, -3 'W -an 11 --fr ,Q -uqffm K A Qutlw Limbaugh David Hedges Carl Henman Ginger Hiclcman Bob Lipsey Eva Holding Betty Holland Clarence Hoslcins Lynne Logan Neoma Hoskins Ronald Huclcaby paul Jenner ,. 4" Styx Bob Morris .QP Nancy Maxwell wa., XV, WF' diar- Mary McCaFFree Bob Mccarter Kenneth Virginia McGee Marie McGahee Mary McGie Wauneta Mushaney .--. ...J Q ak... 4, -nl' Benjamin McGlamery af-ff as wmv" Qs NA 5 'UN 'assi .. Km-aw . ..,. X U George Money Larry Nelson Jimmy Newman Mary Evelyn Nichols Fred Moore Wanda Norris Cecil painter Wayne Perrin Kay Moss Max pettibon Doris Pettit Doris Phipps Patsy McMillen Jo Ann Mcwherter pm, P .L xiii. I :QW Jean Pilce Betty Saatholf Junior Saatholl Jean Scotten Kathleen Piotrowski Patty Shindler Billy Siebert Pat Sivils Belva poland Bill Standley Grant Smith Ray Smith 'Qin 'W' U' QU MP9 I il fi Roscoe Snead Dorothy Porter Deane Potter Alvin Rainey Gloria Snelson Fred Renwick Helen Rhodes Harold Richardson Bonnie Stamps Don Rizor Mary Ann Rombach La Nelle Ryan i' Jie in Don West ,pun- av' IQK Bill Standley G' Ns XNQ Xe-- Lorene Summy Jeannine Sutherland Helen Williams ,aw ,1- 41' nib ff' X3 'QQ' Na-aug ,. apt, X, has Zola Weber Carol Ann Thomas ia :V- Shirley Thompson A Robert Tracy Jerry Williams i-or 12? John Voss Gloria Faye Wallace Dorothy Watson Larry Williams Jean Witte Wilma Wychoff Myrle Welch -if Q' Joan Yeolcum Werst iw wx' Q Q ,- .M .,.., Q. . FRESHMEN The freshman class of i948-IQLLQ has been loyal to N. H. S. and its activities. lt supported the Nevamo contest, the junior class play, the Halloween Anti-Van party, the White Christmas, and the Jr. Qed Cross gilfr boxes For Foreign lands. ln sports the class was represented in basketball, traclc, and Football teams coached by Mr. Delvere Coclcrell. The Freshman basketball team piled up a peFect record in its First two years at N. H. S. and was defeated only twice in its third year. Although Freshmen are beginners in high school education, this class, through the Faithful guidance of its sponsor, Mrs. Marie Butner, has laid a Foundation For a class ol: which Nevada High School can be proud. l i n 'N 5. -. , V ' - , , ,t L M -'YUYUW 7 -so . , ,Q i. g 5 M. y 15... I hx K h . . .,.,,,ik,M,',.,, . , A- .. , - H , , - . . s -A .g , - L d ea ilinna Faye Berry, Janice Ballc, Lucille Standley, Patty Ballc, Patty Crawford, Janet Elmore, Sharon l'1cCaFFree. r gif N- -5' Q if gm .29-3 xg:-:. 1 X JSC, wx -err' ff. X' BWP . fi i 'R C deff B ,mi ,X .. gi- rw QW- 'K .fr . BY A ' r b l I .X di-V C 1 'i q" i -B :i i - B QL . is is QI x .. If Q fi Kl,,- UQ' 03' Y W ll . A Joan Adams Bill Angel Everett Balk Patty Balk Bob Banks Jacqueline Beslwore Althea Biggs Joyce Bigbam Maxine Box Bob Bray Patrick Brophy Bob Burgess Joyce Burris Howard Butler Donald Campbell Ben Capps Delta Carpenter Aletta Carter Dennie Carter Ronnie Carter Mava Cartwright Barbara Clark Neil Clifliman Bob Clinton Meryran Colvin Standlee Crane Patty Crawford Louise Cribbett Richard Culbertson Bill Curley Barbara Danneker Vernon Duncan James Dunlap Sandra DeGood lvan Flsstrorn Harold Fllitrits Delores Englehart Mable Fast Lois Files James Fisher Jo Anne Ford Barbara Fowler Frankie French Darlene Frizell Eugene Frizelle Betty Gire Carl Godsey Donnie Graves Carol Harris Joe Hartley Martha Hedges Roger Hendrix Sue Hendrix Donald Herd -in 'ir- if ff? AU" 'f5'3' Nr is 'Wins 5 1 'ff .. .Q 25- Y' are 5 A iiii 5 5 raur li 1 gr: 'gh l an .F Q 5 er.. N all K, ' ,r S N A ... 1 ,Cr X ef'r C I Nr gp! 0 .5 F. 51'-A al 453 get X E ff D 5 1 N ' r-'i ,X i ,... in 'fe f an :X 'ff P , I A , .2 Paul l-lerrerm Henry l-lochstatter Doyle l-logsett Billy l-lomrighous Peggy l-lomrighous Betty Householder Mary Hutchinson Virginia lgo Mamie Jones Charles Journey Leonard Klontz Dorothy Klumpp Alice Lind J. W. Longstreth Donna Maring Eddie Matthews Kay Matthews Bill McCaFFree Bernard McKelvy Marjean McKenzie Marilyn Norris Larry O'Toole Carl Overton Darlene Page Joan Palmer Marlene Palmer Evangeline Patterson Naoma Patterson Donna Perlcey Grover Pettibon Marvel pettilmon Norma pettilbon lvliclcey pettus Bill Phelps Leta Belle plwelps Audrey poindexter Katlwtryne price Bob Reclburn Wilva Riggs Jane Rizor Shirley Robertson Ervin Scliarll paul Sellens Donald Lee Shade La Vern Shaw Darlene Sliarr Qonald Sisson Dick Spylcer Lucille Standley William Stewart Dennis Streiner Lenora Taylor Juno Thomas Betty Thompson Al K .xxx , + I l 'Ji- if - ii JI.. s 5' ,Q , si S nl - 62 C4 L if-44" in ei X X, l Q X 'EN Nr- lu. l ll-D84 l W X is 3.5 , WV! -5 P 18 .J FREQAMEM l ki if ff gel Q ' of wxif w ,. of-X ii 'war maa- .l .WX ' 4 Estil Thompson Jo Ann Underwood Victor U nruh Keith Waltz Dale Weber Shirley Weidman Saranell Westcott Wayne Whisler Mildred Whiteheac Jack Wilhelmson J. R. xlcfllllelmsan Phyllis Williams Delolis Jean Willson Wanda woods Joan Woolverton Ronald Gene Young Raymond Zinn Jacl: Gordon uess who? A f- -1- 2 . 6 Q ,, '-BW40' J HthBb Hu 3'9":n"ag"'xfS zazaoz fsforbag-3a,'5hZf1 ay 9.cm.,,. Mossfff-v Mm 3' yan Clark 6.lV85on Mossy Kay Mossy Cl'S0h P71155 'Zffaz rl Sicbert 9 Bill Sie bca-I 5 'Y is Y guess who? V N4 ev. L s . "aa, ,M 4 6 .QR 'S .4 V LM' Brown 6. Lov Don Edwards 1-Karol wilson Znlrjorfz Garwood 3. HV- Naegltr 8. Don West 4 Dal Rogzrs 2 Earl Cr-awfou 5. D917 Darnqn 'ou Pdfav MUN I0 I 3 ol geventh Cgrowle rw M. iz 2 11. 1 r .,. V L in 415. 3 .salt tnrqn. .. :V- J. s .6-,. 1 . ' Q . gf . , , ., . -. Aw-gr, . ah c, , ,sr J .. 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Gordon Dooley Shirley Daaton Charles Dralne Max Dulnes Jo Ann Dunliield Standlee Durham James Earll Marjorie Edson Carol Ann Elliott Carol Etter Betty Fields Zella Fields Lorraine Fishell Dorothy Fraley Helen Frost Patti Gardner Raymond Garrett Bobette Gasting Clyde Godsey Anna Marie Hagen Loretta Helm Carl Hendrix Janet Herd Bill HoFFman Darlene Holland Jaclc Holland Mary Lou Householder Carol Huber Gary Johnston Nancy Jones Bob Kahler Mary Keim Josephine Kiger Glenn Kilgore Ellen Maxine Leer Joyce Longstreth Clifford Love Manuel Love Opal Malcolm Charles Martin Ann Marshall Sharon McCaFl:ree Della McDonald Margaret McFarland Wallace McGie Bill Mesplay Bob Middleton Jimmie Lou Myers Martha Naegler Marlcalene Nichols Howard Niswanger Nadine Owens Bob Overton Robert Palmer Robert Pettus Phillip Pierceall Shirley Pinlrman Buddy Purl Sue Ramsey Romona Reaves Anna Mae Redburn Mary Katherine Riggs Shirley Ann Rogers Ronnie Roudebush Ray Ryan Willis Sanders Wilda Sattler Billy Sattler Billy Schiller Armen Schwarz Robert Shepley Roy Simpson Sue Sisson Frankie Sharp Ben Slover Bob Slover Betty Sparlrs Gary Snelson Lillian Strobel Richard Spencer Lorine Stewart Bu Ella Tally Louise Tembers Lucille Timbers Kenneth Wallace Elvin Wales Gerald Waltz Robert Wizer Ann Woodliill Jerry Vitt Alberta Zimmerman Sharon McCal5Free--President Martha Lou Naegler--Vice President Beverly Cooper--Secretary Janice Ball:--Treasurer y-147.-'fsi 'F-4-oi. sifaewsifzmim fe X iglfltlfi grade Staliliord Agee Jerry Akins Ronnie Ames Marlene Attebery Billy Baggett Margaret Barnett Ruby Beeson Bob Belcher Mona Faye Berry Donnavea Bound Ray Brandenberger Bill Brown Robert Lee Bryan Janes Burris Joan Butler Richard Cargenter Dorothy Cauthon Betty Cavalier Charlotte Clarlc Mary Cochran Clyde Collins Barbara Conn James Cooper Lee Cooper Donald Cox Jack Crawford Sara Crouse Rex Curtis Patricia Davenport Wilbur Dernaree Raymond Drake Charles Dulces Dixie Eason Janet Elmore Barbara Etter Martha Fisher Larry Fowler Jerry Frizelle Winnie Lee Gaines Virginia Geber David Grubbs Jaclcie Hammer Janie Hand Robert Haner Marvin Hanlcin Jessie Harper Velma Harper Raymond Harper Jim Haubein Paul Hendrix Patsy Herytord Kathleen Hess Dallas High Bobbv Holland William Howard Nancy Johnston Patsy Jones Robert Jones George Keim David Kirlcpatriclr Una Killion Harry LaDue Roy Layten Patty Sue Linder George Lolley Teddy Long Thelma Lowry Billy Mann Sandra Maxwell Jean McColley Shirley McKee Maurice McKenzie Dorothy Mesplay Anna Miler Elmer Miler Glennis Miller Martha Miller Shirley Minton Shirley Mynatt La Veta Nelson Joan Palmer Romie Phillips Charlotte Pickett Neale Pollock Bob Popejoy James Pryor June Pryor Morgan Reed Williord Rich Eula Richardson Cloyd Robertson Paul Roper Paul Rose Billy Scott Robert Sheader Jimmie Simpson Barbara Smith Bruce Smith Caundy Smith Jim Stone Carl Straw Bill Synder George Thornton Don Timbers Tommie Todd Lawrence Tracy Joe Vincent Jerry Webster Robert Webster Marjorie Welch Kenneth Wescoat Linda Wilson Janet Wray Betty Wood Loren York Ronald Young Raymond Yuri: Ronald Zaring Bill Synder--President Janet Wray--Vice President Ronald Young--Secretary Kathleen Hess--Treasurer VPLM, n 5 ,N J. jk Q if W gfrliluuzx Efmu Eflanh 35 Senior zxllnfrifnn 09112211 Efknu mean jigzxlqmer Senior gffunthall 09112211 Q 4 u g 1 v. 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