Nevada High School - Nevamo Yearbook (Nevada, MO)

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Jones' article con- cerning the traditional Anti-Van party. Mr. Jones presented the money from his Saturday Evening Post article to the Youth Club for the purchase of a television set. We are proud of the accom- plishments of Nevada High School, and our pur- pose is to record for you and "televise" our story of 1952-1953 at Nevada High School, that it may in future years give you many pleasant hours of reminiscing. The Nevamo Staff 6 0 N. ' cz Qi jJ7,g Foreword - M, 07 Con ten ts pp. 5-24 Just for fun pp. 39-52 Working Together pp. 25-38 Cavalcade of Sports pp. 53-94 Living and Learning The Students , Creed "I believe in honest work, in generous comradeship, in the courage of high convictions. I believe in the inspiration that comes from contact with all that is truest and best in books, in people, in life. I believe in loyalty to our high school, the fostering mother of these ideals, and I pledge her my allegiance in all her undertakings in all that will make her a stronger and nobler school." .4- 9,35?3Q? My Qflfif 55Q'fff17fiP'Ng 0 Qfffaf f4igfv M ' if ' ZWW , 4 ..5. ii A 2, E 4 1 4, Y 5 if f S E -N L 2 E E ? 2 i 2 E F B 1 1 1 Y 1 1 X ! I 1 v ..,M. W W . -W -.,., .. ., ., . , W, , .W ,., A.,,,. .W . . -MW .... ..M ,, -A.,. M, ,, ,,.-,...., Y, 4 Halloween King Jaye Dee Vilott Freshman Halloween Queen I Sandra Maxwell Senior Wm..- F MMM -imma Antz Van Jackie Jarrett Sherrill Wise Margie Neas Sandra Maxwell Jaye Dee Villott Karl Householder Joe Mc Kenzie Stuart Mills Nevamo J ovce Belcher Floyd Werst Earlene Bell Bud Hutchinson Barbara Etter Bob Holland Shirley Adam Bob Middleton Homecoming Barbara Etter Forest, Nichols Pat Linder Phillip Pierceall Shirley Adam Jerry Frizelle , 1 "ff!'w.:-. isfpeQ2',i'2fg,':r-.2 "Q, Q Highlights Youth Club Row one-Bob Curley, Hinton Swearingen, Dorothy Wescoat, Sandra Rey- nolds, Linda Spillman and Una Killion Row two-Mr. Dieker, Sponsorg Dave Catron, Mayorg Forest Nichols, Bob Middleton, Bob Landes, Pat Jones and Mrs. Dieker, Sponsor. f.-' i2"' Our parents lined up the best "ch0w." Anti- The Royal Family makes an appearance. What goes here? Bruce is some "Chinee." Q Van, Our "experts" demon- strate the current rage- the "Bunny Hopf' Gee! Was that music great! The "Wheel of Fortune" is spinning for Bruce Bray. X W Teachers discuss their "subjects and their subject matter." ..15- fu ff f .Wd u Q .' 111,08 Football fans watch as the Lamar dummy goes up in Janet gives out the glad tidings about the contest. W .. .1..f.,,,m,,5, - , Senior victory in the Nevam0 6.- ex D. 0. Club e D. 0. Club feasts at their banquet before attending a D. 0. party in Butler Billy Mann President Sponsor' Lester Kesterson All aboard for the hayride! ,Ui Bob Lewis Willard Bond Jim Haubein Forest Nichols Bill Schiller Bob Steele Gary Thomas Karl Householder Junior Lions Junior Rotarians Jerry Frizelle Jim Haubeln Ronald Dahmer Bill Mann Bill Snyder Bob Hochstatter David Grubbs Joe Glenn Norris Norman Kaup Honor Representatives to Girls' and Boys' Statei-Bob Neas, Janet Wray Joel Magruder Jim Haubein, Bill Snyder, and Ronnie Richmond. , Lion Bruce Smith Each year the American Legion sponsors an oratorical contest. Require- ments specify that the oi-ations must be original and about the Constitution of the United States. The winner in Vernon County this year was Joel Magruder. The local chapter of the D. A. R. presents a. medal for citizenship til a. girl and to a boy from the Senior Class. The winners from the 1953 cass were Joan Butler and Bob Neas. Joan was also selected to take the American History test which is given to contestants throughout the state. The winner of this statewide contest is given a one hundred dollar savings bond. The Federated Women's Clubs qProgress Club, Domestic Science Club and the Athenasj sponsor a student who is a representative to the Sophomore Pilgrimage in Jefferson City. '1'he representative for this year was Donna Lo an glue purpose of Boys' and Girls' States is to provide actual experience in citizenship and government. Organizations which sponsor this opportunity are: The American Legion, Rotary Club, Lions Club, Elks Club, and the American Legion Auxiliary. The Nevada representative to the National Student Council Convention of 1952 was Bruce Smith. The convention was held in Evanston, Illinois. Other important awards which are presented after the ppblication of the NEVAMO are: the V. F. W. Award for Citizenship, the Elks Award for Leadership, the State Farmers Award and the "N" Leadership Award. In 1948 the Richardson Scholarship was established. This provides a five year scholarship to the University of Missouri, and is presented to a worthy member of the Senior Class by Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Richardson. This scholar- ship, which is presented in May, has been received by Betty Mische, Joan Weber, Doris McDowell, Carl Henman and Keith Waltz. Representatives to the State Student Council Convention Row one-Gary Thomas, Bob Neas and Phyllis Koehler. Donna Logan Joan Butler Row two-Gene Morris, Ray Haynes, and Jim Householder. Bob Neas Rota ri an The busses always get us to school "on the dot." Bikes provide a popular form of transportation. Five Days Each Week You can wear out so many pairs of shoes Just walking, walking. K lf if Pat Jones, Bill Snyder, Pat Linder and Bruce Smith pose ln front of the entrance. I I-'U ,r . I' , .- ' .1 1 ' ' Janet Elmore by the bandstand ' I I . 1, n- . s I kr ng? " 1 '1- I,'Q,.N ' Ronnie Richmond, Van Compton, Margie Welch and Bob K Al Holland talk things over by the bandstand. ,f :Nil 'U' x 5 s 'Xiv ' c l' i 7 Shirley McKee looks over the murals for "South Pacific." 134- yn-f P E A I 9 2 3 3 E a i E2 L4-- 2 Etter, Sh1rley Adam, Pat Linder Z.. Una lsillion 3. Pat Adam 4. Pat Jones 5. Sandra Maxwell 6. Orville Wells, David Catron, Bob Middleton, Joel Magruder 7. Tigerettes with "Neosho" 8. Bill Hoffmann, Una Killion, Bob Steele, Bill Snyder, Bob Holland 9. Ed Ruwart, "Pooch" Cooper, Ronnie Young, Kenny Westcoat 10. Jan- , et Wray 11. The Commercial Club Christmas Party 12. Jerry Webster, Pat Linder, Mona Berry, Tom Todd, Pat Jones 13. Barbara Etter, Bob Holland, Van Compton, Tom Todd, Pat Linder, Una Killion 14. LeRoy Cunningham, Shirley High, Roger Wyatt, Alma Bartholama, 'Jack Fast ..- .Qs O 0 ' it 4' 25- U 5 5 Q' 'IZ' I 4 :, Q' o FOOTBALL Big Eight Standings Won Lost Tied Neosho 7 0 Monett 6 0 Webb City 5 0 Nevada 3 0 Aurora A 3 0 Carthage 2 1 Lamar 1 0 Mt. Vernon 0 1 Football Scores Nevada 12 Fort Scott 6 Nevada 0 Joplin 33 Nevada 7 Cassville 13 Nevada 33 Carthage 19 Nevada 6 Aurora 14 Nevada 0 Monett 19 Nevada 54 Mt. Vernon O Nevada 21 Webb Citv 28 Nevada 6 Neosho 39 Nevada 20 Lamar 0 Raymond Harper Charles Anderson Guard Back Charles Gose Ted Long Jim Haubein Bernett Farnham Guard Tackle Guard Tackle -26- Jerry Frizelle Bud Holmes Ronnie Richmond End Tackle Back Bob Middleton Forest Nichols Norman Kaul? Back Center Back Ronald Young Robert Hochstatter Carl Hendrix End Tackle End .27- a R r J J. D. Vilott David Grubbs James Gonterman Paul Pettibon Back Back Junior High quad Back Tackle ROW' ONE-Russell York, Billy Eason, Billy Hayes, Skip Schiller, Marvin Hammontree and Coach Whitlinger. ROW TWO-Bob Hammon- tree, James Love, Dustin Norris, Winston Ogle, and Bob Gowin. ROW THREE-Ray Haynes, Jack Hendrix, Eddie Nelander, Bill Belcher, and Wayne Anstine. ROW FOUR-Lee Roy Cunningham, James Collins, Jim Ebbs and Larry Siebert. ROW FIVE-Floyd Werst, Ralph Richardson, Lonnie Lentz and Jack Car- penter. ROW SIX- Gene Morris, Lee Jen- ner, Coach Rimmer, Bill Sheehan, Jaye Dee Vi- lott, and Lonzo Harper. A quad QS mhz:- Row one - Bud Holmes, Bob Curley, Phillip Pierceall, Charles Anderson, Bernett Farnham, John Bridgeman, Ted Long, Carl Hendrix, Forest Nichols, Tom Vanderford, Kenny Nunn, Bud Hutchinson, Gary Thomas, Alfred Keithley. Row two - Assistant Coach, Jud Whitlinger, Jerry Frizelle, Ronnie Richmond, Ronald Young, Norman Kaup, Payid Grubps. Raymond Harper, Paul Pettibon, Bill Hoffman, Bob Mlddleton, Jim Haubein, James Gonterman, Robert Hocnstatter, Charles Gose, Jaye Dee Vilott, Gene Morris, Coach Gene R.mmer. B quad Row one - Scottie Harmon, Gary Thomas, Joe McKenzie. Bob Overton, Ray Ryan. Kenny Nunn, Coach Judson Whitlinger. ROW W0 - Kelvin George. Howard wasteu, Barnett Farnham, Phillip Pierceaii, Bud Hutchinson, Jim Huff, Alfred Keithley, Junior Bond, Joel Magruder. ..29- Q. Q :E 3 A J if ,-f' - - Rowuone-Doris Overton, Lucille Shafer, Cris Owens, Sammy Fine, Skip Schi er. A Row two-Lonnie Lentz, Mary Haley, Butch Brantly, Norman Jones. Row three-Robert Palmer, Janet Wray, Martha Pearse, Donna Logan, Janet Elmore. Row four-Don Adams, Ed Kerr, Russell Sadler, Bill Snyder, Tucky Kaup. Right to Left Row one Skip Schiller Bill Schiller Donna Logan Hayden Jackson, Hen R ' ry Robegon, and Don ,Adains , y ' af Row two-Mr. Herbert Stelncross, Instructor, Ed Kerr, Janet Wray, Bill Snyder, Robert Palmer, Mary Haley, Frank Woodfill, and Mr. Frank Snyder, Instructor. - ., WL A' ' f o A M55-vzgi,7 . , rf, k Basketball A Squad Conference Scores 53 ,f Nevada Carthage Nevada Aurora Nevada Webb City Nevada Neosho Nevada Mt. Vernon Nevada Monett Nevada Lamar Nevada Carthage Nevada Aurora g ' X Nevada Webb City ,gg Nevada Neosho Nevada Mt. Vernon I Nevada Monett t Nevada Lamar ' ' MAE j xgiu Zxilkgil Mu Q N 'Q 4 Vf C K A by-1' ni .f fseifllza W' .3 ' ' A , 3 K- f C A X F ,Ni ,I x B M C Q N 'R iii- v Aa xxx! I 3 x X f x ' XJX Agana' 'E-,QLYID1 xx fi 1, 01551 71 N 15 D GABA uhm 'Um 'A ve xt deex 9 in "am 23' 1 . . -"1t ij o A A N Row One-Ted Long, Jerry Frizelle, Bill Hoffmann, David Catton, Ronald Dahmer J' I-I h lder and Bruce Smith. . . . . lsgzv 'fxiagiill lirown, Romnie Young, Carl Hendrix, B111 Snyder, Rfmllle Richmond and Coach Gene Rimmer. Bill Brown Bill Snyder Ronnie Richmond Ronnie Young Ted Long Ronald Dahmer Bruce Smith Jim Householder Bill Hoffmann David Catton Carl Hendrix Jerry Frizelle B Squad Row One-Gary Thomas, Jim Huff, Forest Nichols, Bud Hutchinson, Bob Middleton, Lewis Gonterman, and Jerry Hale. Row Two-Bob Curl , Ch l And , K 1 Judd Whitlinger. ey ar es erson ar Earnest Shindler, Joe McKenzie and Paul Jen kinson, Student Managers. Householder, John Haggard, and Coach B game scores ........ Nevada 46 Nevada 46 Nevada 51 Nevada 33 Nevada 66 Nevada 41 Nevada 66 Nevada 34 Nevada 56 Nevada 43 Nevada 53 Nevada 62 Nevada 50 Nevada 37 Carthage Aurora Webb City Neosho Mt. Vernon Monett Lamar Carthage Aurora Webb City N eosho Mt. Vernon Monett Lamar in th Grade Row One-Ray Haynes, Bill Thompson, Jack Spencer, Merlyn Haubein, Floyd Werst, James Collins, and Robert Murray. Row Two-Bill Schiller, Student Managerg Jim Burgess, J. D. Vilott, Lee Jenner, Gene Morris, Russell Sadler, Bill Sheehan, Floyd Minor, and Lonnie Lentz. Seventh Grade Row One-David Drake, Larry Biles, Sonnie Caton, David Lukenbill, Lewin Brantley, Marvin Hammontree, Tommy Runyan, and John Mann. . ' I Row Two-Gary Hall, John Rickman, Wmston Ogle, Lee Roy Cunningham, Skip Schiller, Larry Compton, Melvin Fanning, and L. J. Austin. Eighth Grade Row Ona-Eddie Nelander, Bob -Perrin, Dean Capps, LeRoy Burris, Jackie Nelson, Ro- bert I-lammontree, Kent Hawkins, and Jerry Thomas. Row Two-John Norris, Jim Ebbs, Jack Carpenter, Ralph Richardson, Gary Ewan, Larry Selbert, Henry Robertson, and Jerry Welch. Track quad Row 0118-Bill Sheehan, Jim C0lliDS, Willard Wyckoff, Jack Spencer, Merlyn Haubein, Arthur l-Iutson, Howard Wastell, Maynard Thompson, Eddie Dulier, John Bridgeman, Forest Nichols, Kenny Nunn, Gus Thomas, Bob Wiser, Jerry Frizelle, Wayne Anstine, Robert Murray, Lonnie Lentz, Earnest Shindler. -El ' W 1 J 1 M ruder Arman Schwartz Jim Burgess Gene Morris -Jaye Dee Vilott Lee Jenner gf,ouydtQl?erst,vJge Maclitnzig Bol?gNeas,,Ron Dahmer, Bo'b,Curley, Darrell Bobbett, Jim Huff, Morrfs McK1bben: Ronnie Young, Ronnie Richmond, Norman Kaup, David Grubbs. Row three-Gene Rimmer, Coach, Paul Jenkinson, Carl Hendrix, Bill Hoffman, Bill Snyder, Jim Householder, Bob Landes, Bob Middleton, John Haggard, Earnest Swait, James Gonterman, Charles Anderson, Bruce Smith, Junior Bond, Karl Householder, Judson Whitlinger, Coach. Tennis Row one-Jackie Jarrett, Glenna I-lardin, Earlene Bell, Marilyn Etter, Ann Jones, Phyllis Koehler, Masolyne Owens, Maralyne Owens. Row two-Sue Rouse, Joanna Leonard, Donna Logan, Donna Bound, Shirley McKee, Martha Miller, Janet Elmore, Ann Marshall, Kathy Dutton. Row three-Joyce Young, Shirley Flint, Katherine Norman, Jeannie Brough- ton, Carol Diehr, Janet Barton, Gail Jenner, Miss Blades. Golf Hinton. Swearingen, Ted Kachel, Bob Steele, Fred Teel, Bob Curley and Bob Middleton MS 2 ? HM: V ...39..- Jerry Webster, Associate Editorg Una Killion, Editorg Jack Hammer, Pat Linder, Pat Jones, and John Van Hoy Sponsor. Crimson and Gray Don Hebeler, and Willard Bond Circulation. Cloyd Robertson. Bruce Smith, Advertisingg Dale Jenner. Sports UAA?" 4.1 Bob Neas, Janie Hand, Ronald Ames, Lee Cooper, Van C0mDf0Il, and Shirley McKee, Reporters. ...4 Oi Nevamo taff Mrs. Rimmer, Sponsor. Bill Schiller, Bob Holland, Tom Todd, Manager Janet Wray, Editorg Una Killion, Senior Editorg Bill Hoffmann, Junior Editorg Bob Steele, Sophomore Editor and Bill Snyder, Feature Editor. JA k Ill lr : QTL Q i- J l' lan U Joan Butler, Marlene Attebery, Typists, ,Janice Balk, Margie Welch, Artists, and Jim Haubein, Photographer- -41- I, . Row one - Joyce Bamesberger, Dorothy Westcoat, Marjorie Neas, Jerry Thomas, David Lukenbill, Tommy Curtis. A Row two - Pamela Meffert, Marilyn Crump, Janie Riggs, Susie Spillman, Patty Keeny, Mr. Lechner, Sponsor. Row three - Chris Owens, Jackie Spenser, Winston Ogle, Ray Haynes, Vice-Presi- dent, Merlin Haubein, Skip Schiller. Row four - Glenna Marie Hardin, Linda Spillman, Joyce Belcher, Reporter, Phyllis Koehler, President, Janet Edwards. Row five - Larry Siebert, Walter Sabourin, Gary Thurman, Gene Morris, Secre- tary-Treasurer, Jimmy Ebbs. Phyllis Koehler President 142.- Row 1-Kathy Hess, Se-cretaryg Sharon McCaffree. Barbara Williams, Earlene Bell, Peggy Brown, Anne Woodfill, Marjorie Edson, Sue Etter, Jeanie Broughton, Donna Logan, Janet Wray and Joan Butler Row 2-Miss Radford, Sponsorg Jim Haubein, Ronnie Richmond, Vice-president, Jerry Frizelle, Ron Dahmer, Treasurerg Bob Middleton, Forest Nichols, Bob Steele, Gary Thomas, Bill Schiller and Bob Neas, President Row 3-Bruce Smith, Bill Snyder, Karl Householder, Carl Hendrix, Gerald Shaffer and Norman Kaup. Council members not pictured are: Jim Householder, Cloyd Robertson, David Catron, Patty Beisley, Carol Diehr and Ted Kachel. Bob N eas President .43T ommercial Club K Row one - Miss Riggins, Co-Sponsor, LaVerne McClellan, Pat Adam, Kathy Hess, Secretary, Barbara Etter, Mrs. Kornhaus, Co-Sponsor. Row two - Donna Edwards, Janet Elmore, Vice-President, Lura Jean Wilson, Margie Barnett, Mary Parsons, Sandra Maxwell. Row three - Mary Catherine Garton, Dorothy Mesplay, Melba Emery, Dixie Eason, Helen Land. Row four - Rosalie Needling, President, Joan Butler, Donna Bound, Becky Alexander, Marlene Attebery, Treasurer. Yell leaders - Suzy Spillman, Dorothy Westcoat, Donna Boyd, Joyce Belcher, Carol Ford, Janie Teel, Carolyn Linder, Sponsors, Mrs. Kelthly and Mrs. Teel. -44- F.H.A. Officers - Carolyn White, President, Marilyn Morris, Vice-Presidentg Shirley Holmes, Secretaryg Alma Bartholma, Treasurer, Nancy Harper, Program Chairmang Mrs. Kime, Sponsor. F.F.A. i Sponsor, Mr. Mahaffeyg Eddie Norris, Secretaryg Donald Hebeler, Vice-President, James Gonterman, Treasurer, Bob Hochstatter, President, Willard Bond, Sentinel. -45- ational Honor ociety Row one Peggy Brown Jeanie Broughton Donna Edwards Sharon Yeokum Wilma Boyles Row two lbosalee Needling Domla Logan Janet Barton Ruth Stevens Joan Butler Row three Sandra Maxwell Marlene Attebery Janet Elmore Anne Woodfill Row four Janet Wray Patsy Jones Sharon McCaffree Una Killion Dixie Eason Row five Frankin Henthom Jack Hammer Jim I-Iaubein Jim Householder Row six Bill Snyder Forest Nichols Bob Neas Ronnie Richmond Karl Householder Row me-Shirley Callison, Bob Iandes, Donna Doelling, Opal Compton. Row two-Muriel Reeves, Beverly Crump, Melba Emery, Hazel Good, W'llnla Smith, Steve Starr, Josephine Kiger, Jackie Jarrett. Club Row three-Barb Will' Ed K , ' , , y ara rams, err Marilyn Emery John Haggard Foland, Ronald Demaree, Alma Bartholoma, ' , Patti Gardner Mrs. The Messzah The Nevada High School is unique in its annual presentation of the Christmas portion of Handel's "Messiah" in that the entire production is done by students enrolled in school. Three performances are given each Christmas season. In the seven years the "Messiah" has been sung, over six hundred students have experienced the joy of singing this magnificent masterpiece. The vocal music department is under the direction of Mr. George Schlllninnf M,e52Qff'WQ8L'. .f px' a J N i -X vpfi Maxis iffy Row one-Bob Steele, BuElla Tally, Larry Wilhelmson, Maralyne Owens, Bob Landes. Row two-Dorothy Fraley, Janet Barton, Masolyne Owens, Mona Berry, John Bridgeman, Doyle Co- hick, George Rowland, Martha Pearse, and Arman Schwarz. Row three-Sandra Moore, Jackie Nelson, Bruce Bray, Beverly Cooper, Janet McGlothlin, Janet Herd David Thurman, John Haggard, Bob Curley, Bill Gowin, Dick Freeland, and David Catton. Director Don Threikeld makes the band members "live and love" their music. Row one-Gary Thurman, John Norris, Harold Palmer, Suzanne Spillman, and Peggy Brown. Row two-John Ayers, Ted Kachel, Jerry Glimpse, Richard Spencer, Glenna Hardin, Jimmie Hed- ges, Sharon Yeokum, Joyceln Bailey, and Pam Meffert. Row three-Earnest Swait, Kent Hawkins, Richard Rodieck, John DeGood, Lloyd Palmer, Lee Roy Cunningham, Katherine Norman, Fred Teel, Bud Bray, and Bob Holland. Row four-Robert Palmer, Sandy McGill, Sally Shaw, Bob Wiser, and Sandra Gumm. iger Band The band presents the Christmas concert with Loren Fox as Frosty and Ted Kachel as Grandfather. E -50- Junior Class Play Row One-Carol Elliott, Sue Etter, Pauline Wooldridge, Bob Wiser, Phillip Pierceall, Helen Oyler, and Ray Cooper Row Two-Patty Gardner, Orville Wells, Miss Gregg, Director, Sue Williams, Norma Beisley and Donna Karr Row Three-Gordon Dooley, Gail Jenner, Shirley Flint, Paul Jenkinson, and Ruth Stevens Members of the cast who are not pictured are: Jackie Jarrett, Beverly Woods, Anna Brock, Bill Hoffmann, Anne Woodfill, Bob Middleton, Ed Kerr, Sue Sisson and Denver Baldwin, Sound Engineer I Donna Karr, Shirley Flint, Paul Jenkinson, Bob Wiser, Patty Gardner Pauline Wooldridge and Carol Elliott, K 6 C , , Boarding House Reach Helen Oyler, Bob Wiser, Ray Cooper, Phillip Pierceall, and Orville Wells enior Class Pla "Once in a Thousand Y ears, ll Cloyd Robertson, Barbara Etter. Sandra Maxwell and Bruce Smith. Row one-Pat Linder, Van Compton, Shirley McKee, Pat Adam, Barbara Etter, Sandra Maxwell, Muriel Reeves and Hazel Good. Row two-Dale Jemier, Betty Cavalier, Cloyd Robertson, Bill Snyder, Bob Holland, Miss Gregg, Una Killion, Mona Berry, Bruce Smith, Janie Hand, Martha Miller, Bob Neas and Helen Land. Row one-Donald Sieberns, Lois Spangler, Joretta Fall, Deanna Cocke, Charlene Fox, Donna Houchin, Alice Keithley, Nellie Swait, Martha Keithly, Carol Sewell, and Donna Murray. Row two-Doris Overton, Billy Eason, Billy Hayes, Sandra Reynolds, Sondra Lawrance, Shirley Ne- lander, Tommy Runyan, Billy Hickman, David Drake, Winston Ogle, lone Jenner, Lucille Shafer, Jerry Thomas, Lewin Brantley. Row three-Sammy Fine, Gene Bobbett, Herbert Ayers, Sally Estes, Lee Roy Burris, Dean Capps, Jackie Swait, Dorothy Wescoat, Marilyn Crump, Skip.Schiller, Mary Cribbett, Gary Ewan, Loren Fox. Members not pictured: Jane Teel and Mike Ferry. W Row one-Robert Palmer,David Thurman,Ruth Stevens, Lloyd Palmer, Harold Palmer, Lee Roy Cun- ningham, and Patti Gardner. Row two-Pam Meffert, Dorothy Fraley, Bob Landes, Gary Thurman, Sharon Yeokum, Richard Spen- cer, and Bob Holland. Row three-Arman Schwarz, Shirley Callison, and David Catron. Lwmy and Learning 1531 Board of ducation George Logan Hubert Fowler President ViCE-PfESideHt Principal Garland Keithly Biology Mrs. Nelle Inwood Secretary The election held on October 7, 1952 to form a reorganized school district including Nevada, Milo, and fifteen rural districts dis- solved the former Nevada School District established in 1871. The formation of the new district re- quired the election of a new six member board which has the re- N Lynn Ewing uperintendent C. H. Jones, J Chemistry Mrs. Ruth Weltmer Secretary sponsibility of making available to students the best in education. A S500,000 bond proposal was approved by the patrons Febru- ary 24, 1953. This financial pro- gram will provide an additional building and. improvements to the present buildings. W ,,.fi-mu' W.:-,,,1, f. 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'ffwffma'sam A +-fsfuffimfmi,ms.'hffsif-Hme'fmfS,rs,f1fg - 7 ' Nfl"-Yzfaefss svg 'L i v if ggmsgfrt -it iagiEigl?i wif 2 il i ww .Q Mmm -. is - Mg ix., 7 . 3 9:2.E e'f1sm1,.1- Stephen Gibson Virgil Dahmer Secretary Dr. Standlee Love Gail Keithly Core-Curriculum 8 Lester Kesterson Diversified Occupations Jay Kime Driver's Training Industrial Arts Mathematics Marie Kime Vocational Home Economics Aura Kornhaus Commerce Robert Lechner English A. L. Mahaffey Vocational Agriculture Edna McGovney Core-Curriculum 8 Marjorie Pohl Social Science 01 9 , r' 1 J 1 " Bonita Blades Physical Education John Bobula General Science Robert Brown Industrial Arts Marie Butner Social Studies Harold Deiker Core-Curriculum 7 Alma. Gregg English, Speech Gladys Radford Social Science Edna Mae Ragan Art June Riggins Commerce Eugene Rimmer Counselling Driver's Training Coaching Juanita Rimmer English Vera Rombach Mathematics Geraldine Rowton School Nurse George Schumann Vocal Music Elizabeth Shaw Social Science Bernice Teel Core-Curriculum 7 Donald Threlkeld Instrumental Music John Van Hoy Journalism Foreign Language Maude Wardin Library, Study Hall Juddson Whitlinger Physical Education Coaching Virginia Wilhelmson Junior High Home Economics Study Hall is 7-. Mrs. Fritz Rombach, Second Vice-Presidentg Mrs. Theodore Griffin, Third Vice-Presidentg Mrs. Everett Teel, Presidentg Mrs. Jack Swearingen, Secretary and Mrs. Dan Shaw, Hlstorlan. Mrs. George Swearingen, Treasurer, is not pictured. Bus Drivers Carl Cox, James Henson, Harry Householder, Stanley Butner, Fred Mealey and Fred Boyles. Custodians Glenn McGee, Homer Miller Arthur McGee, Mark Allen and W I. Neel are not pictured. When the graduating class of 1953 entered high school, they elected these people as their class officers, Donald Cox, President, Bill Brown, Vice-President, Bob Holland, Secretaryg and Janet Wray, Treasurer. Mrs. Stanley Butner served as the class sponsor. Early during this year the Freshman Class was awarded third place in the ticket sale for the Junior Class Play. W. Garland Keithly came mto the Nevada school system during this year. Blair Elementary School burned, and its disappearance recalled many childhood memories for the Seniors of 1953. By the time the students became accustomed to the routine of school, May arrived and they became Sophomores. Immediately after the beginning of the Sophomore school year they elected the following people as their class officers: Bill Snyder, President, Bruce Smith, Vice-Presidentg Janet Elmore, Secretary, and Ron Dahmer, Treasurer. Mrs. Gene Rimmer served as sponsor of the class. Pat Adam and Ron Dahmer were selected to represent the Sophomore Class as Queen and King candidates for the Nevamo that yearg Ronnie Zaring and Margie Welch became candidates for the royalty of the Anti-Van Party, and Barbara Williams and Sandra Maxwell were Sophomore pros- pects for football queen that year. Barbara received the honor. When the returns were in from the Junior ticket play contest, the Sophomores were given third place. The following Sophomores were elected to probationary positions on the Honor Society, Joan Butler, Dixie Eason, Janet Elmore, Bill Snyder and Janet Wray. The first female mayor of the Youth Club, Janet Wray, was elected from the Sophomore Class. In the last month of the year the members of the class began to think of themselves as Juniors. Bob Holland was elected to lead the class during the Junior year. Other offi- cers were: Jim Haubein, Vice-President, Janet Elmore, Secretary, and Bob Neas, Treasurer. Mrs. Rex Cherry and Mr. Robert Brown served as class sponsors that year. Bob Neas and Barbara Etter were the Junior candidates for Anti-Van King and Queen. The Junior Class play "Strictly Formal" was one of Nevada's best dramatic productions. The Juniors won their own ticket sale by a very large per cent. Martha Miller and "Tucky" Kaup were the Junior representatives for Nevamo Queen and King. Janie Hand and Sandra Maxwell served as football queen candi- dates. The Junior Class presented three one-act plays that year. The "South Pacific" Prom, which the Juniors presented to the Seniors, was the high point of the Juniors' year. Janet Wray and Tom Todd were named to serve as Editor and Business Manager of the 1953 Nevamo. Bob Neas was elected as the President of the Student Body. Bruce Smith was given the honor of representing Nevada at the National Student Council Convention in Evanston, Illinois. The Junior year was over, and the members of the class looked forward to becoming the "big wheels" of the high school. The Senior year will long be remembered. Patty ,Linder was named as the all-school yell leader, and Janie Hand was chosen as the assistant. Jerry Frizelle became President of the Senior Class of 1953. The other officers were: Jim Haubein, Vice-President, Janet Elmore, Secretary, and Kathy Hess, Treasurer. Miss Elizabeth Shaw and Mr. Lester Kesterson served as the Seniors' capable sponsors. Sandra Maxwell wore the crown as queen of the Anti-Van Party. Bill Mann was elected to lead the school's D. 0. Club. The homecoming was held in honor of David Grubbs, who was seriously injured in an automobile wreck. Bob Holland and Barbara Etter became King and Queen of the 1953 Nevamo. The Senior Class was awarded first place in the Junior Class Play ticket sale. Una Killion and Jerry Webster held the positions of editors of the Crimson and Gray. Joan Butler and Bob Neas were selected as recipients of the D. A. R. Citizenship Awards. As the year came to a close, many of the Seniors realized these high school years willalways be remem- bered as some of the best years of their lives. eniors Pat Adam Stafford Agee Becky Alexander Ronald Ames Marlene xAttebery Margie Barnett Sherman Beachner Mona Berry Willard Bond Donna Bound Bill Brown -60- R0b0l't Bryan Joan Butler Betty Cavalier Bob Clinton James Cooper Lee Cooper Van Compton Pat Crouse Ronald Dahmer Pat Davenport Lois Dodge ...61- 2777 L Kathryn Dutton Dixie Eason Donna Edwards Janet Elmore Melba Emery Barbara Etter Larry FOWICI' Jerry Frizelle Mary C. Garton Hazel Good Wayne Greer -62.- David Grubbs Jack Hammer Janie Hand Raymond Harper Valma Harper Jim Haubein Donald Hebeler Paul Heitz Kathy Hess Merle Hinkle Bob Hnchstatter -63- Shirley Ledbetter Robert Lewis Allene Levaugh Charlene Levallgh George Lglley Teddy Lgng Thelma LOWl'y Pat Linder Bill Lively Billy Mann Sandra Maxwell -64- Hw- Bob Holland ,gn-k idini Shirley Holmes Wilma Hoskins Dale Jellllel' Cleta Mae Jones Pat Jones Norman Kaup Carol Kemp Una Kil H011 Helen Land Dale Langshaw -65- et ff! 'Q ,,, fs fx: ,SY .X 5? Qs if ,ij fig rg ez is. LaVerne McClellan Shirley J. McKee Dorothy L. Mesplay Stuart Mills 1 1 4 i Rosalee Needling Bob Neas Eddie Norris f '5 2 Q 5 3 ff? Q 52 2 H if 5? 5 HS af ,Q Joe Glenn Norris Glenn Oyler Paul Pettibon Romie Phillips -66- E E 5 s E I S M0I'g2lll Roed Muriel Reeves Wilford Rich Ronald Richmond Cloyd Robertson Paul Roper Paul Rose James Scanlon Jimmie Simpson Bruce Smith Ellgelle Smith Wilma Smith Frances Snead Bill Snyder Peggy Th0111PS0l1 Mary Parsons Tom Todd , Lawrence Tracy Shirley Turner Joe Vincent Linda Waits Jerry Webster -68- N Robert Webster . Margie Welch Kenneth Wescoat John Wescott Lura Jean Wilson Janet Wray William Wyckoff 4 Donald York Loren York Ronald Young Ronald Zaring -69- o IS intelligence test? Be sure you order the rlght sxze. have new formals! WE YM Gr6JuG'f':lY Senior Highlights 1 An impressive announcement brings commencement gifts l Shirley Adam Donald Adams Charles Anderson J. T. Ashley Joyceln Bailey Denny Baldwin Janice Balk Dorothy Bare Alma Bartholoma Juniors is 11 D, ob 3 , 1 O ,nr 56? Norma Beisley Bob Belcher Wesley Bell Clyde Bley Bob Boyd Bud Bray Anna Brock Peggy Brown Shirley Callison Norma Caton David Catron Bill Coale Elizabeth Cooper Ray Cooper Jim Davis Gordon Dooley Eddie Dulier James Earll Margorie Edson Carol Elliott Sue Etter Betty Fenton Shirley Flint Dorothy Fraley Patti Gardner Raymond Garrett Bobette Gasting James Gonberman Charles Gose Nellie Hagerman d we ww iffdffiii? Nw X5'W'3yJgg5 W ww sw P""4ls -W 'S--ag. cali . xmz 7 , .ww --.. xx. N Ni Q A 1 if ' ' ix 5 1-25 , Nm fi -mf " 'Wi lg lad 62 x ' -f FR J' 5 515, - ,guiggfk f, I ' 'N..N.ff' ' L-if ,135 'MQW WO' 'Qnnw-si" -.Q f '-mf ': "' M:S,,, 3f ggx,m,..-15 W f -xx ,.,. QSQQQQEQSI- .,... 1 ' I 'NJ' V . V I A k,., , p 1 9 A i F , ,- . Y ,,m., . L gm Q md' K1 y .Q -:x iii KW, 8 aim.. if ,iii-,gb K m K ' , f ' wilt ,ua-ff 5 'f , .. .. 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Carolyn Lewis Juaruta Leonard Gary Linflllist Donna Logan Ramona Long Roger Lukenblll Jeanette Mating Walter McGehee ' Morrls McK1bben Glenn Miller Beatrice Monkres N, .avi Claude Moore Marilyn Morris Stanley Mowry Katherme Norman 5-.gpg 737' Masolyne Owens Jeanette Palmer Kenny Nunn Gary Ogle Maralyne Owens I Martha Pearse Beverly Pettibon Darlene Pettibon Bob Pickett Joseph Pnke Lester Plke Mary Jane Jimmie Ray Pippm Bob Rlch B111 Richardson Richard Rodxeck Bonnie Rook Roberta Bowden George Rowland ,Ii r Edward Ruwart Ellen Sanders Dave Schulze Sue Leon Shoemaker Carl Simpson Robert Smith A Charlene Smith Mwlui Bob Steele Olene Peery Scott Ernest Shmdler --., Earnest Swait Hinton Swearingen NF' Earlene Swope Lawrence Tally SM- Shirley Taylor Fred Teel Gary Thomas Evelyn Thompson pf'- X Tommy Vanderford Roger Wallen Shirley Warner Bobble Turner Davld Thurman Maynard ThomPS0l1 Howard Wastell Larry Wilhelmson Barbara Wllllams Sue Wllhams Sherrill Wlse Lavena Woods Roger Wyatt Wlllard Wyckoff Sharon Yeokum Johnnie Zlmmerman Doris Henry Paul Moffatt Charles Bradshaw Eunice Adkins Wayne Anstine James Armstrong Robert Ashley. Jim Baker Sharon Bamesberger Delvin Behm Joyce Belcher Virgil Belcher Billy Bobbett Donna Boyd Alice Brundridge Freshmen ff f f 4 E . ' Af Alice Burdick Jimmie Burgess Ronald Burnett John Burnos Shirley Burris Kenny Campbell Billy Clark Ray Clark James Collins Jeanne Collins Lee Roy Cunningham Tom Curtis Barbara Dalton Kay Darnold John DeGood Ronald Demaree Pat Dorris Oris Dunham Eamest Ear-11 Rita Ephland Nancy Ewing Larry Fairbanks WVR Viola Fenton David Foland Carol Lee Ford azel Nell Franks Donald Garwood Jim Gatewood Marquis Gibbs Pat Goodwin Donna Gossett Joan Greer Connie Hanna Glenna Marie Hardin Lonso Harper Nancy Harper Bob Harper Meflyn Haubeln Ray Haynes Glenda Houston Arthur Hutson Lee Jenner Martha Jones Gay Keating l , ,, K ki My I m iiz . K iiiigggihggia 163231 Duane Kennedy La Dene Klontz Phyllis Koehler Charles Land John Lawson Lonnie Lent: Joanna Leonard G. A. Lindenman James Litten James Love Sandy Magill John Martin Karen Mathis Sharon McComb Ann McCune Shirley McGee Janet McGlothlin Clinton McKenzie Eugene Merltt Gerald Miner Floyd Minor Gene Morris fx? fa' at 'i'i rwlqukmeg hg 3 ' h liwfpa 331- 5 I 'gif V 'f in -e'1'1' ' 3iwmg?g?' ffl ?gl: i55f K ,.,.., Q , ri,V, V . xi' S -' 'E so E ix, ' 5 I 5 :4 K K V ' .' g. ' 55253 ' P,w'1x"ff'1 I . , .fy r . , Lexi v----' Aff? , . 2 2 P V ,pans-f Nw, :fi Sm' Robert Murray Marjorie N eas Mary Niswanger Dustin Norris Louise Phillips Grace Pike Shirley Porter Virginia Reed Sandy Reynolds Lucretia Riley Patricia Riley Lyle Rose Sue Rouse Jan RunY3ll il 1. - -5 A Y. W, ,, x M iff 4 '-wvaui . S 'NLP-in ,Su , hi W N.-unsuvf Robert Ruwart m 4-"M Q 'ol' . Bob Saathoff , J 1 aw M W Russell Sadler V g K ' Q P a SHUY Ann Shaw ,o-' . - 5g5gg:i'f+f f A , Q QW si V jg.-wk. msn, , I Billy Sheehan . .. ' lf. Sally Short , W 1, Q 5 f' Howard Shrewsburv hx , H' Leon Shumaker I .5 K -f-: ,+V .j 1 M ' I 4 ? if au. 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Row Three - Charmion Mesplay, Jeaneen Dukes, Carolyn Rodieck, Chris Owen, Marilyn Crump, Cecilia Benta, Nancy Flint, Patty Frizelle, Lucille Shafer, Wanda Richardson, Linda Ingles, Mrs. Keithly. Row Four - Howard Householder, Ronald Dodson, Mary Jane Puckett, Sally Ann Estes, Judy Carter, Martha Hendrix, Beth Edmonds, Low Rouse, Andrea Angel, Judy Pyle, Sandra Moore. Row Five - Hayden Jackson, Darrell Belcher, John Norris, Eugene Baldwin, Albert Armstrong, Gary Ewan, Ralph Richardson, Jack Carpenter, George Pryor. Larry Siebert. Row One - Mrs. McGovney, Don Linquist, Lawrence Harper, Billy Budd, Dean Capps, Bob Hammontree, Mary Lou Helm, Janie McGehee, Glenda Wallace, Martha Keithley, Doris Overton. ROW Two -I Kent H8Wki11S, Jerry Thomas. Leroy Adams, Jerden Dunfield, Howard High, Darvin Files, Teddy Pryor, Robert Perrin, Richard Olmstead, Darlene Files. Row Three - Judith Flemming, Shirley Wolf, Ella Stone, Shirley Garwood, Bonnie Rogers, Mary Lou Adkins, Billy Belcher. Jack Baker, Eddie Nelander. Row Four - Doyle Cohick, Jerry Welch, Patricia Carter, Janie Riggs, Danna Purl, Shirley Ramsey, Frances Jones, Betty Reeves, Shirley Huttsell, Wanda Freeland, Mary Alice Cribbett. Row Five - Henry Robertson, Robert Drake, Don Ferguson, Jessie Pinkman, Helen LaDue, Kessie Shelton, Jan Edwards. Toni Williams, Mary Cunningham, Jimmy Ebbs, Stanley Hillier. -93- ' Seventh Grade Row One - Mr. Dieker, Alice Keithly, Maxine Bullock, Deanna. Cocke, Joyce- Bamesburger, Teresa Little, Donna Houchm, Lavona Finch, Patty Spencer, Shirley Murray, Sharon Slade, Janie Teel, Betty M:Mann, Mary Lolley. Row Two - Billy Jones, Russell York, Billy Eason, Michael Behm, Richard Shrewsbury, Lynn Gowin, Tommy Run- yan, Eugene Hamm, Jerry Biggs, Larry Folkner, Sonny Caton, LeRoy Taylor. Row Three - Donald Wales, Skip Schiller, David Lukenbill, Charles Sweeney, Glenda Keithly, Lorene Scott, Pam Meffert, Charlene Fox, Patricia Webster, Francis Whalen, Billy Land. Row Four - Martha Duncan, Karen No'ris, Joretta Fall, Nellie Mottie, Loren Fox, Larry Compton, Edwin Ander- son, John Rickman, Jack Hendrix, Raymond Miler, George Dorris. Row One - Mrs. Teel, Ada Holland, Betty Mesplay, Naomi Warner, Carl Mottie, Norman Jones, Harold Rutledge, Jack Bestow, Larry Farmer, Charles Zimmerman, Billy Joe Hayes, Delores Werst, Sherry White. Row Two - Shirley Austin, Donna Murray, Gary Leonard, Lewin Brantley, Eugene Armstrong, Frances Soukup, Sammy Fine, Jack Baldwin, Shirley Nelander, Charlene Phillips, LeDane Englund. Row Three - Jewell Collins, Mary Reading, Marvin Hammontree, Emmett Davenport, Leonard Weber, James Camp, Larry Biles, Doris Bowen, Sondra Lawrence, Jackie Swait, Donald Sieberns, Sharon Beisley. Row Four - Ione Jenner, Carroll Sewell, Mary Hobbs, Peyton Swearingen, Robert McMann, Gary Vaughn David Lind, John Mann, David Drake, Patty Keeney, Linda Loy. 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