Nevada High School - Nevamo Yearbook (Nevada, MO)

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Z l N s V 1' i t K? f i ,' ,, 4 ' 1 ' .Vw , fiat, 4,4411 I vlfiflwli ,, ' 5 Y 1 1 1 P 1 12 f Vvflr V I L V . ' C Xi QL ff er ' n db 4 ferre ' N 1 ff T f Q K Af' ,,.' f' "" N 1 Ml , P School Life 12 . f ' ' 40 B, nv j .- I4 L, fel c l ' ffni if L ' F. 78 rl ,f' -' 83 lb! -, ' , ..,z"'7 Q 91 lf 1 ' N 95 4, 1 , y V!! ' JJJZLI 1 Sillfm ry D I 104 ' 'N 1 L ' 108 A'-'J -' f 112 A 124 Apt 1,1 1 fttfl Rx KR XJ J Tolliver T. Tzger Says, "Welcome . . "Greetings from your host--TOLLIVER paws loping up and down the halls, learn- T. TIGER! By way of introduction, I'm ing directions, and worst of all, those the Spirit of N.H.S., the official greeter, wiggly scratches that human beings call booster, mascot, and best friend of all numbers! When they put around my neck the students . I'm not really new around that fancy collar and the big sign saying here, for members of my family have al- OFFICIAL GUIDE, I had to promise to ways gone to Nevada to school. I'm one become an expert in finding those room of those perennial traditions that never die numbers. Well, I passed my test, and or fade away. Each year in September I this is my reward. Gather round now, for re-enroll as a member of every classy we're off on the NEVAMO OFFICIAL and, because I'm a very special "TlGER- TOUR of the new school. Put on your walk PERSON, " I'm entitled to graduate every ing shoes, and follow me. First, get this Spring! This year of 1958-59 has all the floor plan straight in your mind, for that others beaten for sheer excitement. This d6Sig11 in the f1001' tells yOU where YOU are is the year that the NEVAMO staff com- and where you're going. missioned me to be the OFFICIAL GUIDE. It's been, as my clan would say, the Cat's LETS GO!" Meow! I'Ve just about run the pads off my This is Nevada, Missouri's new Junior-Senior High School located in the 800 block of West Hickory Street. Built to re- place the former building destroyed by fire November 29, 1956, the classroom section of this modern, functional build rl, I . .V W,,,,.,..,fw- v"""" I g 3 ,L .. EW, wwww ... w,,,s,i,-ver , .S V .,c..W--fwf'W"" 2 . , ., . . . .. wa in I' A A ing was begun August 27, 1957 and was opened to 864 students and 40 faculty members September 15,1958. This Sl, 210, 047. OO school and four elementary schools form the AAA Reorganized School District Five. sr 77 . . To Year One in Our New Schoolp' 5 4 if E3 Emma: :if LL -T WN ,....., Jwf wt ling? -, M for rf if ' :"'1"' ' ,.... L...u, -w -J 1. Q . Le, . gl'-5? 4: - 11 -.1 . A , . .... - ,xc D 5 es K QW one W, J E A31 is 1 A V 1? -X I, ,, 3 ii is N ,W i T T' :J if Qi 4 J E .-J .4-Q 5 275 ta J 3 J , -521' 5 "L Q! 7 4, .veg '4 'fare 3, 2 -Q, xxx-PU! xl XJ ,s, 'N E xju 4 Tlx Z. A N rv V , H xx fx n - R x X. fx , , . fl L: '+ ,ah -.gg -W, , 31,1 , fr ' I ,: 2: k,-, ft? ?2f': NT s, F' Q5 WEEE 'd 'A if rs E W 33' A .,,,..,. "N.H.S.'s campus is so large that it reminds us tigers of the wide open spaces back in Africa. Here's a "tiger's eye-view" of N. H.S, The campus covers an area of 32 acres, including the football field, a natur- al science park fwhere I'm planning to spend my summer vacationl space for tennis courts, and baseball fields, Those canopies at the north and south entrances provide convenient areas for students arriving by cars and busses. The west one story wing is the center of classroom activity for junior high students, and they lope into the other sections of the building to share with senior high students the cafeteria, auditorium, Qi.. .ln...- QIIHIQQE ,J""I, 'j sglrguegs, 1-lj--g library, health center, gymnasium, and the art and music departments. After rid- ing busses to five various buildings during the emergency period, these kids had to get used to walking again. Some of them have confided to me that we tigers are lucky to have four legs! Besides that, this high smoke stack gives us tigers a fine perching spot to keep our eyes on tiger cubs careening up and down those classy canopies. On each side of the main entrance are planters for flowers. When the grass grows, and the shrubs are planted, this high school will be a beautiful sight for tiger and human eyes!" i Auditorium Chemistry laboratory "Grr--eat! Once more N.H.S. stu- dents can have assemblies! It's been "'-me such a long time that I really had to scratch my mane to say again our student creed and to sing our Alma Mater. The junior class had the privilege of first using this beautiful auditorium for 700 people. The stage curtains, a gift from Mr. and Mrs. L.F. Richardson, make it possible for various areas of the stage to be used . Laboratories are important in science classes, and to the right is a view of the chemistry laboratory. Since I saw something that looked like a former cat in the biology de- partment, I was careful to stay out of there." I ' ll tm ml ..,.. , laboratory Located in the north wing of the building are the industrial arts and vocational agriculture departments Because the zizzing of the saws made my molars ache and because those charts of cuts of cows in ag classes made me nervous, I spent my favorite hours in the art room There I ad- mired the work, and, occasionally, Iwas used as a model. Another of my happy pawing grounds was the "home ec" room in the east wing where cooking and sewing were plea- ' . kg ' l " ' v'f""""" -.M yl Sf' ' N I 7-....,, I . l ,i T , L -44 ,A-5.1 1 L ""'3",v' 0 i ur' 1 -F L '1 ,r I A R ny 3.3 ' ! I 3 X . Q l I ' I . iff s I 1 Il I I sant---and sampling was delightful!" +4 Q .yn . rn - ' 5 ,. . . -. X Q .. ,Q f-A 9, A -3 . QW " 3m . aff nyc, ,g Q , -3 ju: .4.,2P:,Q, :t4.' l ,-V' "' YI " 1. x' 'J-25? -., N '?3f'3- tg! ,Q , ,A t , fy-. Industrial Arts Shap Art Room il SI,-f Hume Economics 1 "QF "f xt , 1 . -su-qu' Q .l .is Q-Q, 7 'lv- Q NN-N is W.,-'-1-1. H' A 1 'fn-4 i f 2 K Juv.- Principafs Office and Principal Gym lobby -as "The room with the view is the psi-y QI principal's office. Grouped to- . ,. ' UWM iii' my gether off the main lobby are the rr offices for the principal, registrar, and counselor in addition to the mimeograph and audio-visual center. "This convenient gym lobby at the north entrance has a concession stand and ticket booth. Here too are the trophy cases which will furnish the best camping places for the most famous of our clan, Lamar and Nevada's SILVER TIGER." or H it y??2-f?Wqzf'.,g.,.r, . . A p K 1, ,xgrl-, -1. L 4, A -5 .11 ' rf'--ffevmvl ,G ,. if T? " il 5 is .X 5 if 8 W . Garland Keithly became princi- pal of the Nevada junior-Senior High School in january of 1950. A graduate of this school, he has al- so attended Southwest Baptist Col- lege, Central Missouri State Col- lege, University of Kansas City, and Missouri University. Mr. Keithly was selected as a member of the North Central Association of School's accrediting committee for Springfield, Missouri's new Hillcrest High School. Recognized as an administrator concerned with the problem's of American education, . . . . . iiiiii-'-L our principal is an efficient and conscientious leader. . . . Have Better Scllael in View ' Although Mrs Virginia Wilhelmson is not new in the school system, this year was her first to serve as registrar and secretary to the principal x lag Plans of Board The community s cducatlonal problems have been the rcsponstblllty of Supermten dent C H jones jr and the members of the Board of Educauon Slnce the f1re of November 29 1956 these men have Seen thetr approved blueprlnts materlallze 1n to a bulldmg wtth 412 tons of steel and al most 306 O00 br1cks Durmg the summer of 1958 Mr Don Russell was appomted to f11l the vacancy created by the death of Mr Lynn Ewmg who had served as a board member for 22 years The sum of 96 years of servtce to the local school system has been com plled by these board members and the superlntendent H of Education and Slnce 1950 the bu1ld1ng program of R 5 Dlstrlct has been extenslve Old Benton and Bryan Elementary Schools have been replaced by modern bu11d1ngs and addltlons have been made to both jefferson and Franklm Schools The constructlon of the new Nevada junlor Senlor I-hgh School enables patrons to have great pr1de ln thetr school system In add1t1on to the prevlously llsted groups and tndtvlduals these people have made g1fIS to the school D A R Baker Untverslty Progress Club Glrl Scout Troop 17 Gamma Mu of Beta Stgma Pht Class of 1933, Lares Dlanas Mr and Mrs L F Rlchardson B P W Nevada Book Store P T A and the Farm and Home l" i, ,qv ,4--is ai 10 Dr R W Pearse D W S Lo e Vlce Presldent H L Fowler Secretary O M Fory Georgelvl Logan Don Russell C I I K w. . . . H - . . . . . . . .T , . . . , ' 1 1 ' o c - , G S . , I xi I g I ' . l , 2 ' I . . . , 0 l , 3 - , , . l 7 ' ' ' . Y . 0 u y o o s 7 , . . . , Q - C 09, f K - , , D , 1 A ' H 1 w' ' ' l S Presldent , f55 ...f ' i V b r. . . v 1 . . l A . 1. Y . , , l 42 , 7 .awk fs 2 ..vK"QC,f f ' in . . . . Superintendent Develap Into Reality Superintendent C .I-I. jones, jr. assumed the """' responsibility of direct- ing the schools in Nevada in july of 1947 . During the past few years, he has become an expert we in planning school build- ings . Always alert to the problems of educa- tion, Mr. Jones keeps in contact with advance- ments in the profession- al field. The superinten- dent attended the nation- al convention of the American Association of School Administrators in Atlantic City where the design for our new building was displayed Mr jones keen interest in improved leglislation for schools, his work in church and his activity in civic functions make him a capable administra tor and citizen O efwfqi Krae- ent We tml? ti All -X E wx' . i, y 'y I 1 .t ' N Don McReynolcls the architects representative makes .1 final check with Mr Jones before the Open House event scheduled for the fifth of April 1959 Mrs Ruth Weltmer and Miss Kleetis Wirth are masters of office machines Mrs Weltmer, secretary to the superintendent and treasurer of the Board of Education has much res ponsibility In addition to maintaining the payroll for approximately 130 people she keeps the accounts for the purchases of the school district She is assisted in her office by Miss Wirth who is also the secretary for the Veterans Farm Train ing Program CHIIULLIFE "Fall in! March! This special tour through N.H.S. begins with a typical day with each of the six grades that make my "pawing grounds" their home. This lobby at the main entrance is the meeting place for N.H.S. students . When the bell rings, I fall in be- hind the biggest interference runner I can find. For about a minute it's every man, woman, and tiger for himself--but, when the all clear tardy bell sounds, I can peek down a hall and see for miles! Since I don't have a regular schedule, I pop into any classroom throughout the day. All work and no play would make Tolliver a dull tiger, so I join in the "scentiment" of Homecoming, Anti-Van, Twirp Dance--and "natch"-- the Prom . On special occasions I get to try on the crowns and march down the aisle with the kings and queens!" "' ' i 3 Q 1 N l Qi if 1 gtg, mf PQ vi t 5, --J ' 174 Q, M1525 5 f , . , ,Q f,- - V it? WHERE? MY NEXT CLASS? , , , MIS. Bafkell QX- plains Barry Reed's schedule card to him, as he tries to find his way around on the first day in the new school. Beginning With . . . Entering their first year in junior high school, seventh graders find themselves in a world different from the past six years of school. They have walked out of an old and familiar routine and into a new and strange one that will begin the years often called the happiest of our lives--high school years . Soon they get into the swing of festivi ties and join the many organizations of- fered for fun, relaxation, and enjoyable work. The junior High Student Council, Sweater Club, Anti-Van parties, and sports events are a few of the activities in which they participate. Most impor- tant are the classes they attend each hour. Beginning this year, they have a different teacher for each class . Now there is no time for recess, running out for a quick ball game, and the oppor- tunity to be that grade school celebrity-- "teacher's pet." WHA HANDY MAN TO HAVE AROUND . . . Louis Mell, Mike Kimberlin, Sam La Due learn skills which will be of great help in a profession or perhaps just as a hobby while Mr. Briggs supervises. T MAKES THEM GROW? . . . Linda Quackenbush, Florence Holland, Steve Abel, Gordon Talbot, and Bob Young question Mrs. Bennett, science teacher, on the growth of seeds. H510 Seventh Grader gf' vf'-ef 'W' 5zuden!s Schedule of Reumtrons has wx mf ar sr uool S H R r XOR. T l"lfS,Ex:xc.YsSov1 ' P od QRYSXQAQQ Sa rx Longs: Hits W3-15 l- eq-SW: SFO-1 SMETR 42'-u'n'r9v 1? like WIDE, 'WIDE WORLD Mrs Teel seventh grade socral studtes teacher fascrnates Martha Roush and Brlly Collms w1th the vastness of the world Mmmm THIS SMl:LLS GOOD Carolyn Knutson Patty Koehler Jerry Hendrlx Vonnle Doellrng Esther Wooldrxdge Martha Roush June Woods advantage of the new Home CCODOITIICS fac1l1t1es A r U Lf L 0 ,,,, i"'E mb.. f ..-'4 Ehzabeth Stevens and Pam Berry prepare a tasty meal as they take we K' 15 F : , - 1 :e we er,..5eabys:..fa.1.n:-emfrrz we exam. -Y-1' et HH-""-'12 'f'-1 -' 7' " P' f "V" ' 'A A Q . I . ' I Y K ',,.,yp Qrcrairs 31, LATE , A 5 Q Q tm ram. PM .r .- . , O or nn, aache M. , V za-ss.: .- L - f"f- Y t , ,, -Q gn, gl K, A f fr ,Q ' -, ':eeS,4r,m1.wZm:mL1orV sums:-r ' .fa may : fxiffy' Q r gf ,L ,fs veteran :raa..,..we,, , . A - , ' tw, DDDDWWD., .Vet O -A? v. . f' ' H E X 4 , , , , H if ,ere V 'V , . ' ', ' fog' "" " "Q - n S , JAR, e --,- ' H w 4 - -ff IV QM?M' ,VAN , D M ,,,t .. '.' . L' Y Avw MZ -qw -, 1 Und, , A 3 - E VI 5 ' 1 ,, I . ' use ' I Siffjflfz 5, 5 ' if ' . e' - H rye cr.:r: rzzrr' ,F te' ri i'h d , a,I.w f .z t dp' dent . lt w k 7 C If 1 X ' . . . . , A I . I A t " . . 1 I 1 I 1 D I I ' I . if ' v to , X ., - O - QQ Q ff . qu J ,Q J. NOW WHAT DO I DO? . . . Charles Dahnier asks this complicated question as Mr. Shepherd, physical education teacher, Terry ladlot, Merle Carpenter, David Barton, De Wayne Loonier, Ron- nie Linder, Don Brown, and Danny Haley look on. LANGUAGE LINGO . . . Mrs. Cole, eighth grade language arts teacher, shows the proper uses of the classification of words to Robert Allen and Carolyn Dennis. -.1 1 ff- hd' Eighth . . . THIS IS THE MIDDLE . . . Mrs. Dahnier, Social Studies teacher, shows Virginia Spillnian, Carol Wallace, and Larry Rose where the geographic center of our country is. I A A G V NO EPIDEMICS HERE . . . Mrs. Geraldine Rowton, school nurse, fills out an admittance slip after illness for Janet Harmon. 'rv 4 X gr. 1 .nf ik i . . . Graders Well, they made it through the 7th grade and are moving up. Classes are a lot easier to find, faces are more familiar, and the routine is becoming more steady. During this year they will look ahead to the next four years when they can be included in added social activites . Of course, they have plenty now to keep them busy. Having become acquainted with many people, they enjoy the ball- games more and can really give out with a good deal of cheering spirit for the players . DRAG Students Schedule 0f Recitations i C f: 1: be :sad by e.. xiude-zu :xterm-5 fs: 1: gage 1-5 '...s n 'mi . a I: If - --. NEVADA HIGH SCHOOL JTJLETTMIWW .- ..., S1 :T Av, ,,.. ,, GWFLE Eh N55 i..'.t5 'if is H raafi..sx'lLSi..Q.Dxe. , , r, . , L d , Room Haan. asm im. -f ' . Mar., rue.. me 1 1. if .. ?3?f'TV5'?L'5'S 'gi iii " ' is liili JB-,HIL Qual msn. , ' -a .-K, A rtsvl C, .,,,,W ,M W , l WN, WH ., 1' PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT , , . Jimmy Jacobs, Susan Harper, Carol Gose, and Richard Wallace write out checks in Mr. Hamblin's math class as an extra project that will be of great help in their future years. MUSIC MASTERS . . Music masters master music as Mrs. Litle, vocal music teacher, teaches them the fun- damentals of music. Enfering Senior High Marching proudly into the senior high section this year, Freshmen find they have other changes in school life. This year they can have a choice of a few of their classes while before they had no electives. Again they will meet new faces, new teachers, and more new routines. This year they have double pleasures, for they are interested in both junior high and senior high activities. Homecoming dance, senior high anti-Van, Tigerettes, and senior high sports are a part of their added fun in high school. Freshmen have to "look up" to the Seniors, but this fact they balance by being able to "look down" on the Seventh Graders. J X PLUS Y EQUALS ALGEBRA . . . ' ' Julie Dahmer, Linda Shumaker, and Dale Johnston are practicing ties. LINE UP . . . Mrs. Pickens, John Q4 j', Musick, Stanley Shepard, Lorrie Oyer, Johnny Ogle, and Becky summer Night's Dream." f K, multiplication of algebraic quanti- Shafer read their lines from "Mid- With Freshmen Form: H. S.-201 Students Schedule of Recinrions nucua in rs. and by .u -:who .m.nnq. Na omg- sr rm. scrmaur, ro be ma. -nam: appmv-I of Pnwpm cane.. NEVADA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT - H GRADE,-Sag, ENTRANCE I.artNm:u Fin! Muidlu H. 11 No. B H. fi. rueh.rm V,N,v Resident Non-Reszdent ' A' 7771570011 Wa Saw 'H as rn Is, f U: Swim 5 P-md Ms.. I fair g W.: 1 f 221350351 1 i I Q if 3 gm I i ll A ! M I, 2 I I P I ,,-,,,-.,,.t..,,-, -Myra km M,-Mr 7, i 4 AJ 'M' ,MMI .l,.,.,....,.,.,L.,, ,,4,,..,,isM ',,..,,' - WEAH- Y MM, I F 5 'M i eezb F V' E F i I CHANGES FOR SECOND SEMBTER -..........M. --t,-l A '-, f ,I MM, mm-, , A- W i-Jim-, ' V r mm of 7 dflm I M, I I ftudenh lhruzbi mfxrn lhzl rxrd lc hams room laerhvr ll ond J! tho dly No :Wm UQ. 1 rn., ,th.aar. Ju. gum-mx ...npr C.. gimm- ,Vw REAL FARMERS , , .DeVere Bobbett, Johnny Robinson, Norman Garton watch as Mr. Mahaffey points out the of- ficial names of the parts of the pig. DISCUSSION INCREASES KNOWLEDGE Mary Beth Runyon reads some interesting statistics of Missouri history in civics class as others prepare to take notes. Li 5 X 19 Stepping Along . . . WHAT DOES THAT SAY? . . . Latin students write out their translations of the story of Caesar. No longer green, but still not regarded as upper classmen, the Sophomores begin their tenth year of school. This year marks the first in which they are in no way involved with junior high organizations . Required subjects for this year are world history, English, health, and drivers' training. THIS IS A CAR , , , Mr. Dehon tells his students on their first day of instruction the dangers of careless and reck less driving. C1 SCSU ' Wffff f-'fwfsf-sf fem if r K Q. Y ,K 1' X i 20 Students Schedule DI Recitarions n ,preJ'.',ecu.mdsw Q: ffm-.xsfr p NEVADA HIGH SCHOOL srussm' QT? GRASE , EMHAN :H zzfm. H R N R T UXXSS rtssam Nur R R Room 1 H--.cm is-.m Q! I "nt T-,tm -A rms, , ,Y V- iff! I l .q.....l4.-.,.Yi ,7 INITIAL INSTRUCTIONS . . . Mrs. Schiller explams to Judy Wegerer the test question that has provlded amusement for the class. Q ON WHAT PAGE ARE THE JOKES? . . . After reatltngl the jokes, Miss Radford's history class settles down and reads the itrfortuative uewsoi' the world. .W ,Ny 5 ,g fl CENTER OF ATTENTION . . . All eyes are turned toward Karen Rasnic as she fascinates the boys and makes enemies of the girls. Jeanie McGehee, John Vieth, Linn Wynes, Mary Sherrick, Rosemary Kirkpatrick, Linda Wolfe, Jim Gibson, Bob Pohl, Jody Couch, and Bob Current stare at Karen Rasnic in- credulously. TENSE MOMENT . . . The MacDonald family, Linda Wolfe, Jody Couch, and Bob Current, look in astonishment at the younger daughter, Mary Sherrick, in the Junior Class Play, "Onions in the Stew." nm is fytya ,any looking Ahead i.,,, M ,- i ,,.,,..- ,Y - '-T TOMORROW WE MUST GET ORGANIZED . . . Dale Rasmussen, David Bishop, John Ebbs, Kay Jackson, Jerry Walker, Rama Campbell, Linda Rimmer, Jim Shrewsbury, Joe Jadlow, Gwen Maahs, Almeda Dahmer, Susan Thomas, Bill Christopher, and Katherine Wilhelmson just happen to "drop in" on the Mac- Donald family. . . . ith Junior Well, here they are. They are upper classmen this year, so every class under them will re- gard them as such. Now the whirl- wind of activity really sweeps into a funnel. It's hard to find time for everything, especially the study- ing, when you are a junior. This is the first year they have projects they can actually call their own. The money from the junior class play is used to give the seniors a memorable Prom . Another im- portant date for juniors is that day in which their rings arrive. PULLING TOGETHER . John Eador, Mrs. Pohl, American History teacher, and Eleanor McDermott read the information about how to vote when they reach the age of tw enty-one. Fm-nz 51.5,-201 Students Schedule of Recitations Hu cm is be me by me .mama emennq so aims, sr ui., rename is be ma. mu.m.pmM1oi Pn .pm s NEVADA HIGH SCHOOL 4 sruowr -Sl G5ADE,ll,, , ri-rmniczr :Arr hs! Ness Furs! Mlidla aa, 8 H R reuhefmls. R -' A nor 1 1 tems: 1 ' I ' I ' H-393145 - ..., . ly. ' A ni T E l . 11-,4 j 'rmlrrr fr..r..,.! rm., y, Ehggoilorr. ,,1L4tlA Verge-. wif, M gt I i in ...rr31r.g r M., 2 we Ps I, .. T -Mew CHANGES FOR SEICND SEEAE James Henning, -wi JUG.BUG.RUG, . . Having learned the placement ofthe keys, the typing, class takes a test for their speed rate. IKNOW! IKNOW! . . . Mrs. Keithly's Gen. Business question makes the light dawn for a few while the others hunt madly for the answer. 23 D J Kf , 'Wh iziif F nn' H. S. Ol . . . With Senior Students Schedule of Reciratlons Tl-tw Cardio be used by s.1nu.ser:x Q-nanny N: gauge af :,u.5.d.i:e ee be md' w-an l p D.. SIUDENT-QYAQQS SQ-QL,-B-, WH, GHADEYBQ ENmAN:s Jars Last Name Fira! Mzdie NEVADA HIGH SCHOOL H R s.,.o,ll8 o H R Sheng, Q o Fare 7 5 Era? i itz: 55237 t 5232 5 S2 ga Cugmfifao ,,g,.i-,' iw, 1 MASTER Mmps , . . Lloyd Medearis, Jerry Egf-'efQf,e , S ee--SM 1-W Harper, Perry Transue, and Leroy Denning g ,9mg'i"1v' t Qi Ag' O O 'K A draw plans in the new shop. -Q' . 19115351 ,TQ , i, ,-V, ,cm 7 I via IS FOR SE-.ZIYND SEMESTER -rig i b sl tt 1'-W 1 -vom aught-' ar mfs an 1' ,. . .P-1.-1 .f. in itnnq. a.lf,n1nur-9-Q-k .-'.-f- in Q... sl .mf S-E-N-I, S-E-N-I, S-E-N-I-O-R-S! Seniors, Seniors, Yes, Yes, Yes! They finally reached the top! Now as they look back in the spring to the beginning of their high school careers, the world looks quite different. Seniors of 1959 have the distinction of being the first class to graduate from the new high school. Scholarship tests, the Ohio Psychological ,ff"""A, l .,, KNOCK IT OVER . , , Kath Woodfill ste S u Q 'T test, the Prom, the class play, Senior pictures, selecting IN ll announcements, and Skip Day are all red letter events for them. Decisions about careers, military service, college, and marriage must be made by Seniors, Seniors know that their years in school have been memorable ones which will provide foundations for useful lives. COOPERATIVE CHEMISTS , , Gary Hayde and Shirley Hat- field carefully pour acid in the test tube. f an-dun Y P D to start the volleyball on the three-way cycle in the gym. 25 -as f?'bs:.- ae,4dam4 Nevamo Kmg S b the SGHIOIS and elected by the students rn the Nomrnated y upper four grades Joe Adams 1SIhB NEV AMO s man ofthe year A member of many clubs 1llC1LldlllQ, the Chemrstry Club, the Math Club, Nauonal Honor Soclety, and the Stu dent Councrl, thrs popular Sen1or has served as presrdent of thrs class thrs year Joe, who has always attended Nevada schools, rnrends to beam h1S trarnlng rn the enqrneerrng, freld next year. 26 'S 1 Mom ,fri F.'A M.,-9.3.53 'Wi 1553? Y ff fy? rx , ff ,Sf lg X Aff J 'f I ' 0 ' I Nevumo Queen S Janean Thompson wrth the lrghr blonde ha1r rs the Queen ofthe 1959 NEVAMO. Frlendly and pleasant to everyone, Ianean qu1ck1y became acquarnted wrth Nevada students when she enrolled here as a Freshman Ianean has been an acuve member of Student Councrl, C.O.E. Club, and Auto Club . A member of the Nauonal Honor Socrety, IhlS personable glfl has found mme to work Ih1S year as a assrstant rn the Nevada Publrc Llbrary. 77 ,. .r -W x , 5, c fiezcdw Aww 70 gud? .lofvzaaze Zlaeua M Nevamo Royalty gal 'Www Duane 7460106409 .lmaq Qamed 'YQ' Homecaming Holds Many Memaries ,ei is ROYAL COURT. . .Queen Linda Bell and her escort Bill Quarton pose with her attendants and their escorts, Barbara Barton, Bill llall, Earl Devore, and Maridee Kelso, as they an- xiously await the Nevada-Sarcoxie game. 'B REMEMBER WHEN. . . Returning, alumni Nancy Gibson, Jim Ebbs, Brian Evans, Janis Burgess and Doyle Cohick take time from their busy college life to visit the Homecoming Dance. Sli PROCESSION TO THE THRONE. . .Thu Royalty zipprouelies iliu ilironc, which wzis experi ly design- cd by incnibcrs of iliu Tigcreiies, as the band drunnnly played "A Preiiy Girl Is Like A Melody." MUSIC IN THE AIR. . .After an exciting football name, everyone relzixed and enjoyed the music of the Hoineconiind Dance. l :xo Homecoming Queen 1444 Ze!! Seachfz 7754444 Kem, ,-444444 falddf gem 24ee4 2445444 244144, ,4dz'e4444Z Anti-Van King lafnq Www Seaton 'fe' in-. Anti-Van Queen Jawa Magi: Samba Anti-Van Antics of Junior High YOU NAME IT. . .IT'S IN THE BAG. . . The amazed audience peers at articles which were taken from Vonnie Rae Doel- ling's purse by Jo Ann Brown and Susan Harper. JUNIOR HIGH ANTI-VAN ROYALTY... Fred Fowler, Jery Nunn, Prince, Suzie McGehee Princess, and Janet Gatrell reigned over the Junior High Anti-Van which was held at the Youth Club. The Youth Club was gaily decorated, and the Halloween spirit was in the air. Food was furnished by the P.,T.A., and the junior High students spent a very enjoy- able evening dancing. Students are look- ing forward to next year when the Anti- Van will be held in the new high school building. Uncle-Van Witchcraft STIRRING UP A BREW OF TIGER TONIC. . .The Uncle- Van witches, Judy Belcher, Virginia Pearse, Ludmila Weir, and Linda Bell brew ed up some exciting N. H. S, gossip, 'F v gmc COME 'N GET IT. . . After watching, the witches per- form, the crowd rushed to the Snack Bar for their c id er and doughnu ts . HAPPY HALLOWEENERS . . . Spellbound by the spirit of the Uncle-Van, this crowd helped make this annual event a huge success. ,.,... -JA it Nighf In Sllangri-la lends . . . SIDE-LINE--T aking time out to re- lax weary feet and to look around are those who find seats along the oriental mural and thc realistic stone wall. sl 4- H-ft ,t INTERMISSION TIME gives Claudia Will- iams, Suzy Zion, Yvonne Phillips, and Shirley Hatfield a chance to discuss the excitement of the banquet and prom. das, cherry blossoms, and oriental lanterns furnished the background for the dancing inthe old Armory SMOOTH SOUNDS - -P ago' . . . Atmasphere To Junior-Senior Prom COLORITUL CREPE PAPER--Under a make- believe sky the dancers enjoyed an even- ing full of good music and good times. CHERRY PINK--Janice Hargrove and Wanda Hoffman make their entrance into "Night in Shangri-La." W ISHING WELL --These Juniors,Char1oueAdams, Ronnie Fisk, Venira At-- tebery, Randy Quinn, Dana Curtis, DuaneThur- man, Gayle Olson, and Ed Hopkins admire the finished product of many long hours of work. iw Q O ,V NX X' -. +4 llllllll lIZATIll HORDER! Grrl Here you see joe Barone, Student Body Prexy, giving charter and gavel talk to jan Keithly, Jolene Simon, Kathryn Middleton, Sharon Dodson, Don Emery, and Raymond Crawford. My favorite job is visiting all the organizations of N.l-l.S. and keeping their "big wheels" rolling. My letter sweater is covered with fancy gold and silver pins which stand for the many clubs and chapters that meet regularly here in our school Along with the new building eame several new Clubs to give the students added opportunities for leadership One of the best things that happened to me was that every club gave me a paid up for life honorary membership 1 V! 1. .q,.f ,I f ,.. "" ,- L V , L ,-L A - - A , . X l - . , . My L, ' 2 3 W T 7 A P5 .bgpf-f,s .i f N I my ai'- f K' . ii! QJ"""' g.,t'H' lL,-f f' . we 1' r,ff" rt' .49 ' Ml r Gil! ' 3 ' nigh Semor Hugh Council Sponsors . . . Learning to live democratically is the main purpose of the Nevada Senior High Council. The members have promoted citizenship, leadership, and understand- ing among students, faculty, and the pub- lic. Among the main activities the coun- cil undertakes are White Christmas Pro- ject, Mayor for a Day, Anti-Van Party, school dances, elections, and assemblies . To be a representative of this organization, one must be elected from the tenth, eleventh, or twelfth grade. This active group under the sponsorship of Miss Rad- ford sends delegates to state and national conventions. Council officers Linda Bell, Duane Thurman, Joe Barone, and Ludmila Weir confer with Miss Radford. ROW ONE Linda Bell Treasurer Miss Radford Sponsor Ludmila Weir, Secretary, Joe Barone, President, Linda Hawkins and Pat lhompson ROW TWO Rama Campbell, Jody Couch, Linda Rimmer, Kathryn Middleton, suzannt Zion Marlene Steve and Russell Ogle ROW THREE--Joe Adams, Bob Irvin, Larry Garrett, Bob Pohl, Nancy Brown M irllyn Fairchild and bara Lou Kapple ROW FOUR--Richard Donaldson, Harry Weber, Earl Devore Bob Current Johnny Ebbs and Davld SW6dI'1IlQ6l'l ROW FIVE--Lynn Wynes, Danny Young, Kem Keithly, S-J i C7 Q7 3 'D Q 0' Joe B trone Earl Devore and Joe Adams ROW THREE- TC'-, it -6 N. iz ,. A "d""'?h ,LN-Q MAYOR POR A DAY For the fourth year N H S, students had the honor of holding offices ofthe city govern ment for one day The lollowins, students participated in tht- project: ROW ONE--John Ebhs, Suzanne Zion Ronnie Irisk Danny I crry Mayor Bob Pohl and Larry Wynes. ROW TWO--Lary Garrett, Vincent Porter Bill Petty Dave Swearin en and G 'l Lyons ROW IHREE--Jim Diehr, Linda Bell, Jeanie McGehee, Charlene Beisly Jean Ebbs Jean B trone Kendall Lawrence and Janet Keithly. ff u ,... wif TOP TRIO , , , Diane Mische, third in her class and winner of the Missouri D.A,R. aw ardgchats with lan Keithly, highest ranking Senior, and Virginia Pearse, who ranked second scholastical- ly in the class of 142 Seniors. 433 sh mg! Citizenship ls Goal The Junior High Council members are elected by their classmates in the 7th, 8th, and 9th grades. During the school year the council sells pencils, has campaigns for improving hall traffic, and co-operates with the Senior High Council in the White Christmas Pro- ject, helps with the Anti-Van, and attends district student council con- ventions. This organization is spon- sored by Mr. Hamblin. Jery Nunn, Sharon Fassell, Janie Caudell, and Kenny Starr participate in one of the Junior High Council's activities by buying and selling pen- cils . ROW ONE--Mr. Htnnblin, Sponsorg Raymond Crawford President Gerald Bronkar Vice President Joyce Ames Treasurerg Mary Woodlill, Sccrctaryg Sue Ann Harpold and Bob Young ROW TWO Judy Tough Susan Harper Donna Johns, Doug Breen, John Burgess, Bobbie Kay Hartel Fred Ackley and rred I-owler ROW THREE Don na Payne, Janice Beisley, Judy Jan Bell, Joan Brown Suzanne Armitage Jery Nunn Janet Gatrell and Fred Weber. ROW FOUR--D.A. Crawford, Billy Brown Buddy Wright Johnny Ogle Bob Beaver Kenny Starr and Lynn Brown. EMM Hia 4' H1 BH gvg Q4 rf- A i..-.... . , ,.., .. , x 5'F"f""' A 2 L'-'jf'2'f,f.tL ' TN' ' T if ie-i-'L-'.i5.fi'lk1f?53'.?EZ"Zf. I 'X' 'it - M -'W -' - N WJ. lim' 3. I . A , The Youth Club for years was filled with stu- dents before school, at noon hour, and after school. Since the new school is located away J' from the former downtown location, the Youth Club can no longer serve in this friendly capacity . i R The Community Chest supports the Youth Club and keeps its activities going throughout the year. One of the Council's biggest pro- jects is planning the annual Uncle-Van Party . 'r The members of the Youth Club Council consist of people who will become loyal and helpful workers . Mrs . jack Woodfill is the sponsor. Yuuth Club Cauncil - "Hub" Of Youth Events ROW ONE--Cary1Schwenck, Treasurerg Patsy Harmon, Vice-President, Judy Belcher, Secretaryg Jery Nunn, David Barton, and David Duncan, Reporter. ROW TWO--Carolyn Jones, Susan Quarton, Linda Bell, Laree Jones, Judy Spillman, Joyce Ames, Becky Ferry, and Suzanne Armitage. ROW THREE--Marlene Steve, Bonnie Smith, Connie Kelso, Mary Woodfill, Ann Swearingen, Janet Urner, Gaye Howell, and Sally Ouarton. ROW FOUR--Nancy Brown, Jan Moler, Kathy Woodfill, Ludmila Weir, Maridee Kelso,Carol Anderson, and Elizabeth Winters. Avril" e . K 5 C2 I' YZ? ca L11 'I' 45 School Publications . . . WRITE THAT SCOOP. . .Lures Jones and Patsy Harmon type some of the stories wririeii by Janet Keirhly, Ludmila Weir, Kendall Baumann, and Ronnie Fisk. The staff mei each morn- ing at 8 o'cloek, and many hours after school were also speni working on the paper. L bxfi ' 6 NEWS OF THE WEEK. . . Rama CAVUP bell, Molly Murphy, Karen Rasnic, Mrs. Burner, sponsor, and Sandra Siaffen proofread Ihc many columns ol' N.H.5. news which appear in ihe CRIMSON AND GRAY. 5 S ' . K7 N ,W fa. 41 I LQ. Qi , Q "' y 1 kEWNL" r G- V: is- , if -Q is-. HOW MANY DID WL SLLI.. . . The advertising, staff con sisring of Gary Tow, Linda Rimrner, and Jerry Donaldson were responsible for seeing thai each adverriser had his ad in rhe CRIMSON AND GRAY. . . . Encourage Student Participation THE NEVAMO STAFF. ..Consisting of eight members spent a busy school year perfecting a larger and more colorful book. Selling ads, writing copy, drawing lay- outs, identifying pictures, and typing mastersheets are a few ofthe many important duties. ADS ARE OUR BUSINESS.. .Iim Diehr and Bob Pohl are a maxed at the ads which were sold by the yearbook staff. 6 1 uf.-L i W3 TALKING THINGS OVER. . .Editor Caryl Schwenck and Mrs. Rimmer, sponsor, watch Ludmila Weir, associ- ate editor, as she shows them the school emblem which will appear on the 1959 NEVAMO cover. 4 4 mb' EE' WORKING AWAY THE HOURS . . .Georgia Pilcher, Jolene Simon, Linda Wolfe, and Jody Couch work at their assigned jobs during and after school hours. A N14 .AT N. -we W v-midi CHIPPER CHEERLEADERS--Linda Hawkins, Marilyn Fairchild, Joyce Ames, Sandra Hawkins, Sue Ann ...suv- Tigerettes And Sweater Club Keep . . . 555 Harpold, Ludmila Weir, Assistant Head Cheerleader, Judy Belcher, Head Cheerleader, and Suzan Kraft follow the "A" team loyally throughout the season. v .vkiifiv BOUNCING BEES--Marlene Steve, Nancy Brown, Ginny Hall, Bonnie Smith, Linda Rimmer, Linda Bell, and Jeanie McGahee form the "B" team cheering squad. JUMPING JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS-- Linda Charles, Susie McGehee, Judy Spill- man, Judy Tough, Gerry Hendrix, Cindy Allen, and Ann Swearingen cheer Junior High Cubs to victory. . . . Crawds Clleering For Nevada Tigers The two pep clubs, the TIGERETTES for girls in grades nine through twelve, and the SWEATER CLUB, for girls in grades seven and eight, have long been active in promoting interest in athletic events. Girls who follow the teams to lend their vocal support become veteran riders of school busses as they journey to schools in the conference. Cheer- leaders for the "A" Team and the"B" Team are elected by the Tigerettes, with the student body selecting the head cheer- leaders and the assistant. Decorations at the football field and in the gym are provided by the Tigerettes who also have this assignment for the Homecoming and Anti-Van events. The sponsor for this group of one hundred and fifty girls is Mrs . Keithly. The SWEATER CLUB, with a member- ship of ninety, is sponsored by Mrs . Teel. In addition to their school duties of supporting the teams in the junior high these girls also engage in civic activities Various fund-raising organizations rely on them to assist in their solicitations . 3,-555-1 ' iwm 'Q' ml ' u S.. De Barr And Auto Safety Develop Skills Q3 ROW ONE--Sandra Staffen, President, Howard Jones, Vice-Presidenrg Mary Sherrick, Secretaryg Rama Campbell, Reporter, Miss Jackson and Mrs. Fraser, Sponsors. ROW TWO-- Ierry Walker, Janet Moler, Donna Payne, Ida Henricks Louise Schonewetter, and Bob Pohl. ROW THREE-- Karen Winters, Molly Murphy, Georgia Pilcher, Carolyn Wise, Joe Barone, and Vincent Porter. z , H 5 -58 term the art classes of N. In the 1957 H.S. formed the DE BARR CLUB. Mem- bership is determined by grade average, and students work hard to obtain an Art Letter. Annually the De Barr Club makes a trip to the Nelson Art Gallery, and stu- dents also participate in regional and state exhibitions. Co-sponsors of this MAKING HIGHWAYS HAPPY WAYS--is the ideal for Mr. Dehon, sponsor, and these Auto Safety Club offic shown below: Kendall Lawrence, Presidentg Susan SIS group are Miss jackson and Mrs. Fraser. Students of the drivers' education classes are eligible to become members of the AUTO SAFETY CLUB. The goal is to promote safety, and the principal social event is an annual trip to Kansas City to attend the Auto Show . Quarton, Reporterg Doug Dunham and Sally Quarton, Council Membersg Marlene Steve, Janet Urner, Vice-President. Secretary, and IN '?f""' ,..--. 43035 t THESPIANS . . . ROW ONE--Jim Diehr, President: Ludmila Weir, Treasurerg Jan Keithly, Secretary: Linda Wright, Scribe, and Bob Irvin, Vice-President. ROW TWO-- Randy Guinn, Salle Kay Duncan, Patsy Harmon, Linda Wolfe, and Ronnie Fisk. ROW THREE--Kew dall Baumann, Janice Hargrove, Jan Moler, Venita Attebery, and Maridee Kelso. ROW FOUR- -Mr. Russell Carter, sponsor, Tom LaDue, Joe Barone, Vincent Porter, and Bob Current. . . . Participant in Fine Art . . . CHORUS . . . ROW ONE--Dana Curtis, Judy Bastow, Mary Moore, Lillie Dark, Ronald Rapp, Tony Urner and Jim Harpold. ROW TWO--Maridee Kelso, Venita Attebery, Judy Spillman, Pat Thompson, Linda Scott, Karen Eslinger, Sue Philbrick and Tom LaDue. ROW THREE--Janice Pursley, Bonnie Jones, Carleta Wiley, Kay Jackson, Sondra Gehrs, Nancy Smith, Helen Hinkle, and Lauretta Giger, ROW FOUR--Janet Moler, Carol Anderson, Joan Seever, Rita Gehrs, Janet Smith, Elizabeth Rapp, Peggy Wastell, Li1lieWinscott, and Linda Stewart. J ff ss. ' C 5' 4- , 5 , 'S-sa-,K 'X , K A EL. 8 ' . v' . rn ' nn L . ' ., 41, 2 1. t I, -rf ' " 'fri' .' I M 1 2 I Q' V , K' U 2. , g ff' U Y I .. Q ,-. 1 2 "' "' 0. 3 'W Q - , A, 4 s ta ,f 3 -ff , , 'W fa 2' ,M , J Ft ,J ... , - 3 gd ORCHESTRA . . . ROW ONE--Jean Barone and Don Armitage, clarinetsg Tom Strasser, Tom Hackleman, and Richard Myers, violinsg Beverly Huckaby, violag and Nancy Brow n, flute. ROW TWO--Robert Brown, Bobbie Hartel, and Diane Mische, saxophonesg Howard Jones and Harold Neas, trombonesg and Ellen Fisher, bassoon. ROW THREE--Jeanette Faul- coner and Terry Fox, drums, Mr. Litle, director, and Marilyn Fairchild, drums. Tllespiuns, Chorus, and Orchestra CHORUS . . . ROW ONE--Bill Hasler, Denny David, Stanley Shepard, Janet Lasley, Carol Holland, and Kay Fenton. ROW TWO--Bob Crabtree, Lyle Catron, Kern Keithly, Ronald Johns, Janice Johnston, Joan Starr, and Rosemary Wat- son. ROW THREE--Marilyn Heitz, Carole Baker, Louise Schonewetter, Lynne Olson, Joyce Klotz, Rose Osborne, Ida Burdick, Judy Belcher, and Salle Duncan. ROW FOUR--Sharon Marshall, Betty Renfro, Verna Weber, Beverly Scism, Marilyn Alkire, Maxine Boyd, Ruby Scott, Marie Meritt, Carol Parrish, and Billie Robinson. '2 .. ' ra 1 . U! Na. ,nf uv au' tr: ff " V 0 "' r . Y . -- ,, .1 I V -N , g ... ': -. 4' CTX - Q - ' A 1 4' jj .. .. ,. , , X r -. V Wo 'W lb' i '4 Top Ranking Band Teaches . . . ROW ONE--Don Armitage, Shirley Hatfield, Jean Barone, and Carol Frazier, clarinetsg Dianne Adams, French horn. ROW TWO--Gaye Howell, Beverly Huckaby, Alan Quick, Danny Young, Patty Winter, Barbara Beisly, and Wanda Koontz, clariners. ROW THREE--Paul Perrin, Leo Brightwell, Mary Drury, Larry Dwyer, Connie Cash, Brenda Shepherd, Mary Beth Runyon, and Donna Mae Jones, clarinets. ROW FOUR--Diane Mische, Jimmy Adams, Larry Balk, Robert Oyer, saxophonesg Don Brown, drums, Mac Hornecker and Gary Balk, bass horns. ROW FIVE-- Mary Woodfill, Becky Ferry, Linda Shoemaker, twirlersg Buddy Linder, drum major, and Terry Fox, drums. I rs i-rv , 155521 f 5-1 . . . Appreciation of Music ROW ONE--Louise Whalan, French horn, Ellen Ann Fisher, bassoong Connie Kelso, Bonnie Smith, Ann Swearing- en, and Susan Kraft, flutes. ROW TWO--Tom Bryant, John Shrewsbury, Dale Rasmussen, Lloyd Lavendar, Carl Mitchum, Bill Martin, and Jerry Wade, cornets. ROW THREE--Marty Ayers, and Johnny LaGuire, trombonesg Richard Murray, Don Bobbett, and Gary Rodieck, baritonesg Sam Yurk, John Smith, and Tommy Woolverton, corners. ROW FOUR--Howard Jones, George Hagerman, Jane Caudell, Russell Ogle, Harold Neas, Gary Tow, and Mary Ann Gose, trombones. ROW FIVE--Jeanie McGehee, tympanig Marilyn Fairchild, Jeanette Faulconer, drums: LaMae Neas, drum majoretteg Donna Fisk, and Nancy Brown, twirlersg Mr. Robert Litle, Band Director. 55 J' ,,- 5 1. gp.,-we fi l ROW ONE--Patricia Spencer and Carol Gose, clarinetsg Stephanie Schw enck and Amelia Richardson, oboesg Beverly Scanlon and Maryann McKay, flutes. ROW TWO--Barbara Shaver, Sharon Rabon, Patricia Colvin,Cindy Allen, and Marsha Martin, clarinetsg Evelyn Leedy, bassoong Martha Phipps, Loretta Campbell, and Rhoda Chubick, flutes. ROW THREE--Mary Belle Overton, Dana Legan, Janet Gatrell, Tom Pettibon, Kenny Mitchem Carolyn Murray, Virginia Johnson, Sharon Franz, Deanna Ratterree, Lois Demaree, and Jimmy Jacobs, clarinets. ROW FOUR--Susan Harper, Sharon Dodson, Norma Crouse, Cheryl Walker, Barbara Shepherd, Vicky Pettibon, Margaret Wait, and Patty Rimmer, clarinetsg Sam Winters and Charles Buenning, bass horns. ROW F1Vt:-- Lynn Brown, Susie McGehee, Phil Adams, Roger Ewan, and Tobi Lawrence, drums. Junior High Band and National . . . . W1 ROW ONE--Beverly Simmons, corner, Sonja Judy and Judy Jan Bell, flutes, Bobbie Hartel and Bobby Brown, saxo- phones. ROW TWO--James Simmons, Richard Wallace, Jerry Haggard, Janet Phelps, Gary Smith, and Eddie W ade, cornetsg Larry llackleman, Karolyn Perkins, and Sue Ellen McCall, saxophones. ROW THREE--Ab Rees, and Doug Breen, lfrench horns, Larry Ware, Wilson Liter, Joe Olson, James Pippin,Dcwcy Piotrowski,TCrry Adams, Jimmy Brown, and Danny Tucker, corners, Claudia Howell and Varian Garton, saxophones. ROW FOUR-- Danny Hensley and Ronald Layher, trombonesg Margaret Swearingen, French horng Cheryl Bryant, baritone, Mary Ann Hagerman, Kent Bobbett, Bennie Nall, Darrell Robison, Steve Pyle, and Duane Vaughn, corners, Earl Cald- well, saxophone. ROW LIVE--Gary Cornell, cornetg and Jimmy Murray, baritone. . . . Honor Saciety Recagnize Abilities S" P M?- N4. wixiih, NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY . . . ROW ONE--Sandra Staffen, Nancy Brown, Jan Keithly, Suzie Zion, Georgia Pilcher, Caryl Schwenck, Molly Murphy, Diane Mische, and Shirley Hatfield. ROW TW O- -Linda Wolfe, Jody Couch, Linda Rimmer, Karen Rasnic, R. ma Campbell, Jeanie McGehee, Kendall Lawrence, and Sharon Fassel. ROW THREE-- Jean Barone, Jane Ebbs, Jean Ebbs, Sarah Drury, Ludmila Weir, Virginia Pearse, Janean Thompson, Maridee Kelso, and Beverly Huckaby. ROW LOUR--Bob Pohl, Richard Donaldson Ronnie liislt, Danny Young, Kem Keithly, Bill Martin, Bob Current, and Duane Thurman. L: 1 F. F. A. Boys Fill Future Bread Basket - ROW ONE--Mr. Mahaffey, Sponsor, Paul Thron, Parliamentariang Eddie Hamersley, Reporterg Ed Walker, Vice- Presidenrg Don Emery, President, Junior Koopman, Treasurer, Carl Wilcox, Secretary, and James Peery, Sentinel. ROW TWO--Raymond Crawford, Billy Joe Johnson, Bill Hayes, Danny Weber, Gary Peters, Harry Snowden, Dale Koopnian, John Peery, Ronnie Shutters, Darrell Riggs, Jerry Holcomb, and Charles Phillips. ROW THREE--Larry McCoy, Bruce Archer, Jim Sheridan, Danny Sprenkle, Byron Wood, Everett Kenney, Roy Lasley, Nelson Lasley, James Wright, Harry Williams, and Truman Bobbett. ROW FOUR--Bennie Allen, Gary Roberts, Don Burnett, Johnny Robinson, Dale Herren, Marvin Cockrell, Gene Mitchem, DeVere Bobbett. Carrol Dove, and Charles Walker. ROW FIVE--Don Leavell, Elvy Burrus, Bobby Mason, Larry Franks, Harold Shumaker, Richard Pent, Dwain Herren, Steve Campbell, Lowell Hulse, and Dennis Chadd. ROW SIX--Charles Cox, William Jones, Clifford Pettibon, Larry Bowles, Charles Carmack, Harry Rhoades, Harold Hulse, J. W. Johnson, and Jerry Gragg The Future Farmers of America intend to develop competent, aggressive, agri- cultural leaders, and they are achieving this goal under the leadership of Mr. Mahaffey. Boys qualified for membership must be enrolled in courses in vocational agri culture, and they must have access to farm projects in dairy, livestock, and crops . These boys learn to work on large projects and to participate in competi- tive contests . Our chapter's fine record is shown in many different awards received in field crops, farm shop, and animal judging contests throughout the state . The four degrees of membership are the Green Hand, Chapter Farmer, State Farmer, and the American Farmer . F. H. A. Promotes Better Homemuking Work in the Future Homemakers of Amer ica Club is especially interesting this year since Miss Forkner, new home eco- nomics teacher, has the finest equipment available. The goal of the organization is to help individuals improve personal, family, and community living now and in the future. Their motto "TOWARD NEW HORIZONS" is a challenge to every mem- ber. Membership in F .H.A . is voluntary for girls enrolled in Vocational Home Economics I, II, and III. The official emblem shows a house supported by two hands symbolizing that the homes of the future are in the hands of the youth. The four degrees of honor are the Key, the Scroll, the Torch, and the Rose. ROW ONE--Sally Ouarton, Parliamentariang Susan Ouarton, Historian, Gayle Olson, Reporter, Maridee Kelso, Vice-President, Kathryn Middleton, President, Linda Hawkins, Secretary, Sandra Hawkins, Treasurer, and Miss Forkner, Sponsor. ROW TWO--Karen Winters, Shirley Koopman, Linn Da Rapp, Pat Perkins, Ida l-lenricks, Ginny Hall, Phyllis Wood, and Irene Hinkle. ROW THREE---Janet Hatfield, Carolyn Wise, Ruth Henry, Nancy Fortune, Patricia Cruse, Sharon Howell, Joan Starr, Carol lfrazier, and Janet Wallace. ROW FOUR--Nancy Smith, Kay McKenzie, Joe Ann Mansell, Kay Jones, Judy Bastow, Lee Mitchem, Lillie May Dark, and Melva Harper. ROW FIVE--Mary Ann Riggs, Carol Zilliox, Margaret Ann Sheridan, Linda Leer, and Carole Baker. .1 .1 9 The MATH CLUB was organized for the purpose of bringing together students who have an aptitude in math. Membership is by invitation only, and to be eligible a stu dent must have completed second year algebra with an S plus average. The Math Club, sponsored by Mr. Miles, studies advanced topics directed Commerce And Math Aid Career ROW ONE--Duane Thurman, Vice-President, Diane Mische, Secretaryflrcasurerg Jerry Don- aldson, President, and Mr. Miles, Sponsor. ROW TWO-- Jan Keithly, Diane Adams, Suzanne Zion, Janet Urner, Jean Barone, Carol Holland, Sharon Fassel, and Beverly lluckaby. ROW THREE'-Lynd Mische, Perry Transue, Ennis Allen Quick, and Wanda Koontz. ROW FOUR--Joe Adams, Don Armitage, Dan- ny Young, Pat O'Toole, Terry Johnson, Kendall Lawrence, and Richard Donaldson. toward college preparation. To be eligible for the COMMERCIAL CLUB, sponsored by Mrs. Tolle, one must have had at least one year of typing and shorthand . Aims of the club are to make students efficient and to acquaint them with business. ROW ONE--Georgia Pilcher, Rcporterg Jolene Sinion, President, Sarah Drury, Vice-President, Caryl Schwenck, Secretary, and Lorraine Bloesscr, Treasurer. ROW TWO--Irene Hinkle, Carolyn Spears, Rosalyce Walker, Edith Ramsey, Diane Mische, Wanda Rodieck, Wanda Hoffman, and Patsy Greer. ROW THREE--Patsy llarmon, Mrs. Tolle, Sponsor: Linda Good, Dana Curtis, Laree Jones, Martine Mason, Elaine Bobbett, and Mary Williams. ROW FOUR--Ann Bridgeman, Carol Franks, Ida Burdick, Joyce Chapman, Betty Renfro, Dixie Dickason, Sandra Breeding, and Charlene Beisley . 1 wa ' 6 YS 1 V N1 V A x7 in J ...,.' 9 McLean, John Vieth, John Ebbs, We learn Tllraugh Occupational Education 2 x -n Aww ROW ONE--Venita Attebery, Janean Thompson, Secretary-Treasurer, Barbara Barton, Reporter, Linda Wright, Vice-President, Larry Wynes, President, Mr. Bennett, Sponsor, and Dana Curtis. ROW TWO-ePat Smotherman, res- Lintla Koontz, Edith Ramsey, Yvonne Phillips, Charlene Bcisly, Elaine Bobbett, Wanda Hoffman, and John P IOII. ROW THREE--Janice Hargrove, Linda Good, Dorothy Hauser, Reva Simpson, Judy Agee, Sandra Breeding, and Cecil Leer. ROW FOUR--Jean Ebbs, Virginia Pearse, Jane Ebbs, Ivan Maahs, Larry Weirnhold, Dale Woods, Richard Murray, and Bob Sheets. ROW FIVE--Bob Irvin, Bill Onarton, Gary llayde, Jim Lawrence, Georgie Dun field, Norman Beisley, and Delvin Chnbick. ROW SIX--Arthur Hazleton, Ed Hopkins, Larry Garrett, Charles Needling, Don Houston, Bob Fanning, and Wayne Ensley. Membership in C.O.E. Club is open to Seniors who are working in the cooperative education program. The local club sends delegates to the annual state convention, carries out social activities and works on one civic project each year. Money for Ellif 1' is """"!': lll I ! N ide ' Ill the club projects is secured by selling hot dogs and coffee at the football and basketball games . gn- The major activity of this business club is the annual Employer-Employee Banquet. Mr. Bennett, coordinator, is the club sponsor. ROW ONE--Janet Lasley, Parliamentariang Mary Woodfill, Treasurer, Janice Beisley, Secretary, Jerry Walker, Vice-President, Ludrnila Weir, Presidentg Jan Keithly, Re- porter, and Miss Shaw, Sponsor. ROW TWO--Pat Trainor, Ann Richardson, Myra Marshall, Sue Nelander, Marilyn Fairchild, and Linda Haynes. ROW THREE--Janet Wallace, Beverly Huckaby, Doris Garrett, Maridee Kelso, and Connie Kelso. Alpha Beta Keys And Chemists Organize The teacher shortage is a step nearer the library, and to study college entrance solution by the organization of FUTURE requirements. TEACHERS' CLUBS. The sponsoring Students with superior grades in chem group of the Nevada Club is the local Alpha istry are eligible for membership in the Beta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma. Any CHEMISTRY CLUB. The club, organized student in grades nine to twelve interested to provide extra knowledge of chemistry in teaching is eligible for membership. and to offer college preparation, is spon- Members plan to assist teachers, to sored by Mr. Hakimian. work in the library, to collect books for ROW ONE--Dorothy Hauser, Sandra Staffen, Rosemary Kirkpatrick, ,lan Moler, and Jean Ebbs. ROW TWO--Mr. I-lakimian, Sponsorg Jane Ebbs, Pat Curry, Molly Murphy, Jan Keithly, and Kathy Woodfill. ROW THREE--Joe Adams, Jerry Donaldson, G.W. Stein- cross, and Joe Barone. ROW FOUR--Ronnie Fisk, Duane Thurman, Don Armitage, and Buddy Linder. 1 Custodians, Cooks, and Drivers Kept Busy CUSTODIANS--Mrs. Homer Miller, Earl Frye, Raymond Buck, Arthur Null, and Homer Miller, chief custodian, relax after a day of waxing the vast school halls. COOKS--Busily working on the day's menu are the cooks ot the Nevada High School's new cafeteria. They are: Mrs. Lalvlerna Wood, Nellie Lowry, Jane Pyle, Pauline Rainey, Addie Starr, Mildred Attebery, and Irene Wil- helmson, cafeteria supervisor. f 1 1 BUS DRIVERS . . . Waiting after school to de- liver their many passengers home are: ROW ONE--Harry Lewis, Earl Frye, Dee Quacken bush, and Raymond McVicker. ROW TWO--F, A. Nichols, Roy Mcvicker, Kermit Neas, Fred Nealy, Guy Headley, and Carl Cox, bus supervisor. . ,Wei 'ig 4 rm . in in N GD N4 ,J is , 1 ,gr -...'1 u lt T ' A of lf' PURT "Nevada Tigers are Grr--eat! Sports and zest add vitality to life at N. H. S., and help to keep our school spirit at its highest peak. This year school spirit soared because the new building spurred interest in the various activities. A fabulous score board for the gym was presented by the Farm and Home. You may have heard that coordination, muscles, pace, and coolness help fellows to make the team. Take it from me, though, --one of the chief assets for us veteran tigers is to chalk up a lot of bone-crushing, joggling, hours in the "Art of Riding a School Bus!" They're all parts of the games-- heart-breaking defeats, thrilling last minutes victories, and wildly cheering fans. My motto is, "If you can't be a Tiger, be a Tiger fan!" '15 fs -Q I 5 'V' ' ' , Yam I , A Q 7 ' A h x A , 111 W 1 71 , ,LLL D , Q-vU'74m-E mfg t-Ak.. TIGER TRAINERS. . . Assistant Coach Danny Clopton, Head Coach Gene Rimmer, and Assistant Coach Jim Shepherd plan strategy for the next game. N.H.S. SCOREBOARD--"A" Team Nevada Aurora Nevada 6 Mt. Vernon Nevada 26 Monett Nevada 31 Cassville Nevada Lamar Nevada Neosho Nevada 19 Webb City Nevada Carthage "B" Team Nevada 33 El Dorado Nevada 26 Ft. Scott Nevada 20 Carthage Nevada 40 Lamar Nevada 26 El Dorado CONFERENCE STANDINGS Won Lost Neosho Lamar Carthage Nevada Aurora Monett Webb City Cassville Mt . Vernon Tigers Grow! on Gridiron "A" SQUAD, ROW ONE--Mike Cleveland, Sheldon Wright, Ricky Owen, Robert Fairbanks, Lyle Catron, Sam Yurk Jim Gibson, Doug Dunham, Kem Keithly, David Swearingen, LeRoy Denning and Stan Urner. ROW TWO--Rex Behm, Evan Emery, John Vieth, John Duncan, Ed Carter, Bill Petty, Duane Thurman, Twink Mathis, Larry Foursha John Bussinger, Bill Quarton, and Earl Devore. ROW THREE--Danny Young, Coach Gene Rimmer, Richard Donald son, Gerald Dahmer, Larry Murray, Denny McLaughlin, Bill Hall, John Ebbs, Jerry Donaldson, Harry Weber, Coach Danny Clopton, Greg Ogle, CoachJim Shepherd, and Howard Jones. ROW FOUR--Dick Loy, Raymond Crawfo Mike Ireland, Jim Ragan, Herman Hendrix, Alan Quick, and Wayne Dixon. Q jqs 345 BJ w4l 5. all -, no rd f."'l'i' .QJQQQ ' 5 itil vrgqnphi if J! JUNIOR HIGH SQUAD, ROW ONE--Buzz Adams, Sam La Due, Gordon Talbot, Steve Abel, and Richard Sidwell. ROW TWO--Coach Jim Shepherd, Roger Ewan, Gary Bradley, Tim Ephland, Steve Pyle, Mick Maxwell, Fred Fowler, Jim Ragan, David Duncan, Edwin Fletchall, and Ronnie Jones. ROW THREE--Ricky Owen, Herman Hen- drix, Mike Ireland, Mike Kelly, Donald l-lammontree, Leroy Rainey, Stan Jones, Keith Campbell, Kenn Mitchum and David Barton. ROW FOUR--Mike Cleveland, Bob Fairbanks, Raymond Crawford, Sheldon Wight, Ronnie Johns Terry Jadlot, Kenny Starr, Don Brown, Jery Nunn, and Joe Olson. Stan Urner T ackl e-Sophomore Twink Mathis Guard-Junior Duane Thurman Center-S enior il if Evan Emery Tackle-Junior I Larry Foursha Tackle-Junior - Leroy Denning ,J LH T" Tackle-Senior 3 . " 4-.mea H., .ws .' . . . r. K, If .kg f' .ra ' A E hi A N ,yn .k Q x.1kA,4. A PLAN FOR ACTION. . . Quarterback John Ebbs calls signals in huddle of practice session. John Bussinger Guard-Junior 's 'X N 1 - ' v- '-i .-f Jerry Donaldson Ed Carter Denny McLaughlin Back-Senior Tackle-Senior Back-Senior Bill Petty Jim Gibson Rex Behm Guard-Junior Center-Junior Guard-Junior 2 15 ws , , , , 1 'c M cr, Q 0 1' - 1 .f+V,.P----, .f ff Q3 i, A as 1'- sfygl ry Mflftuif M 3 V -A f s 15'V nik" ,, f 4 ,y , X, J, L. 3' Z? b ir 7 " Lf 'fwei 1- in 'vizffafxw-4'f US . . Bill Hall John Ebbs Back-Junior Quarterback-Junior 1 Bill Q uarton End -S enior Larry Murray Back-Freshman Danny Young Back-Sophomore ov Earl Dovorc End-Junior Richard Donaldson Gerald Dahrner John Vieth John Duncan Back-Sophomore Back-Junior End-Junior End-Junior 'Q 4, ' 'F if Q lifxfwif H Q "" ' if 2 ss! it 'gg ,rf -t' sg ' J iis' if af ki i 65, 1,2 , ,:: A . W, . . , , Ls, ag? si' Faculty members, Jim Shepherd, Danny Clopton, Leon Briggs, Robert Litle, fstand- ingj Frank Hakimian, Wayne Reed, Gene Rimmer, Raymond Bennett, and Superin- tendent C. H. Jones, coach, modeled their tacky togs and rusty skills in a fight- to-the-finish basketball game with the stu- dents in a benefit performance for March of Dimes. G erald Dahm er Guard-Junior E arl D evore F orw ard-Junior Johnny Ebbs Guard-Junior Dave Sw earingen F orw ard-Sophomore Danny Thom as Forw ard-Junior John Vieth Guard-Junior Determined Tigers Earn Their leflers riff? John Duncan Center-Junior B111 Hall Forw ard-Junior Danny Young Guard-Junior r 1+fQ 3 i n X , 5 5 xv X F X 5 ez!! 0 its V K push in. Qt :- .- 1 fx K -.av 14 . . ROW ONE--John Ebbs, Danny Young, Danny Thomas, Gerald Dahmer, and Earl Devore. ROW TWO--Coach Gene Rimmer, John Vieth, Dave Swearingen, Bill Hall, John Duncan, and Coach Jim Shepherd. Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada ik Tigers Finish Carthage in Finale TEAM SCORES BIG NINE STANDINGS Lamar Won Lost Ft. Scott Carthage .... ...... 7 l Lamar Webb City . . . 7 1 'Aurora Neosho . . 6 2 Golden City Cassville . 5 3 Dadeville Nevada . . 4 4 'Mt. Vernon Lamar . . 4 4 ' Monett Monett .... . 2 6 'Aurora Aurora ..... . l 7 ' Cassville Mount Vernon 0 8 'Lamar Butler Bolivar 'Neosho 'Webb City El Dorado Springs Greenfield 'Carthage Conference games Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Ik B" TEAM SCORES Lamar Ft. Scott Mt. Verno "'Monett 'Aurora Cassville 'Lamar Butler Bolivar 'Neosho 'Webb City El Dorado Greenfield 'Carthage Ik Ik Conference games I'l Springs X 'A Student managers, Ly1e.Catron and Howard Jones, check the scores of the basketball games with the various score sheets. Tiger Cubs Clubber Campetitors ROW ONE--Linn Wynes, Danny Young, Ronnie Morris, Ronnie Mesplay, and Dick Loy. ROW TWO--Coach Gene Rimmer, Kem Keithly, Larry Foursha, Lyle Catron, Gerald Dahmer, Bill Hasler, and Coach Jim Shepherd. '-13, -,.... nv. Fkw J-ns C-s -fin Q, Xi 5 -N Q --v -v 5 ,- ' f I . p , X, J s . frm' T P' X Pix EIGHTH GRADE--ROW ONE-- David Barton, Jery Nunn, Wilson Liter, Sroller Simon, David Dun- can, and Bennett Miller. ROW TWO--Doug Breen, Ronnie Rowe, Terry Jadlot, Kenny Starr, Don Brown, and Leon Briggs, Coach Cf' ' 0 7 o X Tmy Tiger Toughen Up SEVENTH GRADE--ROW ONE-- Steve Pyle, Stan Jones, Mick Maxwell, Eddie Wade, Buzz Adams,Wayne Jackson, Ted Weber, and Fred Fowler. ROW TWO-- Paul Ames, Keith Campbell, Ronnie Layher, Joe Olson, Jerry Haggard, Tom Pettibon, Roger Ewan, and Lynn Brown. W- FY , yo ,- - NINFH GRADE ROW ONE Bllly Brown Johnny Ogle Ricky Owen Jim Ragan Herman Hendrix and Sheldon Wight ROW TWO CoachDanny Clopton Leo Brightwell Raymond Crawford Bob Fairbanks Mike Cleve land Larry Murray andD A Craw ord. .X-1 6 X A Tiger l l 1 .f , il? ivy' ! Make Tracks , P' 5' WHAT ATURN OUT! . . . GETTING A BURST OF SPEED . . . Bill Hall, Bill Petty, Russell Ogle, Gerald Dahmer, Richard Donaldson, and Buddy Linder pace each other so they can give the Tigers the best of their ability at the track meets. TALKING IT OVER . . . Ed Carter and Dan- ny Young discuss their entries in discus throw- ing and pole vaulting. Lined up for the instructions of the day are the track boys. .Maw-L V7 . n--f 4 75 FACULTYA Il CLASS S "Oh, those brain-busting tests! The Ohio Psychological Test has math, science, word comprehension, and everything else on it. It takes a smart operator to budget his time for assignments and activities too. I manage, however, to spend time in every class, to get all my homework, and to keep up on all the dope about parties, dates, and classy happenings. Teachers are my specialty too because I am the faithful helper of each one of them. I erase blackboards, empty wastebaskets, grade papers, and see that students do their homework. There's just nothing else in the world like being an N.H.,S. student in a brand new school!" ilii rfii 1 I 2 . -...,,,,, s"hn-.,o- Q 49 4- L -.-1-1-1' ,-,1-'Ql--1 , 1- F9 1 vQ4 DQ ' vii'-r Efmcl Sgt r , hx, 'fc , : .sg w .O- N CQ? The Faculty - - Our Instructors, ,sf-. G.:- 015 I A 'IT HELEN BARKELL BARBARA BENNETT Seventh Grade X Science LEON BRIGGS 4 R.L. BROWN mdU5If131 ANS '- Industrial Arts 78 3 I . xii X, Q s Q I I RAY MOND BENNETT Occupational Ed. MARIE BUTNER Civics "WHY WON'T IT GO?" Miss Radford, Mr. Hakimian, and Miss Shaw ask Mr. Bennett. Advisors, RUSSELL C ARTER Speech t DAILY DATA--Ixirs. Lirlc, Mrs. Chap- iiiriii, Mr. Dchoii, and Mrs. Schiller I lik-ck ilic builciiii for ilic day, I WMAQMJV "' us- 1 .,.. uh X. 'V 0 FJ, LOUISE CHAPMAN DANNY CLOPTON ADA COLE DIANNA CUPPY liorcign Laimuage Drivers' Ed. and Phy. Ed. Eighth Gradc Physical Education 'Q df' lb' OLGA DAHMER DES DEHON OMEDA ERICKSON MARILYN VORKNER Eighth Grade Commerce and Drivers' Ed. Home Economics Voc. Home Economics I WHIWV WHAT A DAY!--Mrs. Tccl, Mrs Bpnnut ind Mrs. Erickson rc- ldx ox U lcup ol coffee. And Friends Make Our Fir I Year . . . ROBERT LITLE Instrumental Music -tk 'X Nxw 5X A.l,. MAHAHIEY EDNA McCOVNEY JOHN MILES Voc. Agriculture Scvcnih Grade Mathematics MY RT LE PICKENS English i-ex S MARIORIE POUR. GLAIDYS RAIDEORD WAYNE REED GENE RIMMER Social Science Social Scicnczc Hcallh and Phy. Ed. Connsclingi and Coaching f' 1 I TO KNOW THEM IS TO HAVE SURE iN1USCi,iiS-'PilY. lid. rcachcrs Mr. Clnpmn, Mr. Rccd, MQSS Cnppy, and Mr. 5iiL'DilL'l'Li arc claicd aboni the ncw gym. i .117 TEACHERS' HIDEAWAY--Mr. Carter, Miss Forkiier, and Miss Jackson rake advamagie ofthe teachers' lounge. In The New School Forever Memorable 3 'hm JUANITA RIMMER VERA ROMBACH English Marliuiiiaiics liLIZ.ABllTH SHAW JIM SHEPIIIERIJ Social Sciciicc Phy. lid. , Biology and Drivcrs' li .' ff ,W Q-A 1 . it c Ge ,, i '- '- ,1' L QQ, 2 L1- Q-:si Q r ,ip ii I ! GERALDINE ROWTON School Niirsc ISERNICIQ Tlilil. S cvcm h G radc FRA NCES SClllI,l.ER English NELL 'l'OLl,lZ Coriiiiicrcc "'!F"' r 7 we The 1959 Senior . . . V J' r--v 1-avril NA .ly K li Q ,Q , Wl-lAT'S UP FOR SENIORS? ... Senior Class officers Joe Adams, Presidentg Molly Murphy, Treasurerg Linda Bell, Secretaryg and Larry Wynes, Vice-President, confer with Miss Shaw and Mr. Bennett, Senior sponsors. Venita Attebery Don Baker Lester Barker Joe Barone li,-9 Joe Adams Kent Adams Judy Agee Gene Anstine Jim Applegate Don Armitage 'J' V' at . , X, af' Barbara Barton Kendall Bauman Charlene Beisley Norman Beisley if 83 -1.-v ,,,,...4 gr' s ""' -cf' 9?+r W , tv! cv ,fs"5' , 1 X fi 'A X ion Delvin Chubick Larry Colvin Larry Cornell Bob Cox Pat Curry Dana Curtis Glen Defebaugh Leroy Denning Dixie Lee Dicka .lim Diehr Judy Belcher Linda Bell Jim Blasiar Lorraine Bloesser Elaine Bobbett Sandra Breeding Ann Bridgeman Ida Burdick Roberr Cargill Ed Carter Will Always Remember . . . Howard Carter Clifford Cartwright Carrie Caudell Joyce Chapman 11,5 K, "T.'3l'V, VS X 1 Bk . fi We-5 K K Qi l 0 l 1 'Sl 4 ., l , if --Z2 'mr THE BIG DECISION Drane Mlsche and Vrncent Porter drscuss wrth Mr Rrmmer the Counselor therr chorce of colleges Don Emery Wayne Ensley Bob Fannlng Melvrn Fannrnsz, Kay Fenton Danny Ferry Ronnie Fisk Carol Franks '15 'Ui 'C' it Larry Garrett Linda Good Patsy Greer Ron Griffin Randy Guinn Janice Hargrove Patsy Harnion Jerry Harper Shirley Hatfield Dorothy Hauser The Festivity Of The Prom . . . Irene Hinkle Wanda Hoffman Charles Hogan Edward Hopkins Don Houston Bob Irvin J. W. Johnson Laree Jones Richard Jones Jan Keithly Gary Hayde Arthur Hazelton Dale Henson 'Q' an fem- K9 f x fp-3 6,1 -n,!F,. K S N 86 Our Play, Skip Day DEFK THE HALLS Seniors Jan Keithly Georgia Pilcher Don Armitage Ludmila Weir, and DannyFerry revive the jolly custom of decorating the traditional Jim Lawrence Cecil Leer Buddy Linder Darrell Linquist G. T. Lyons Ivan Maahs F. R. Mansell Bill Martin 40' XX, ,av 'UN 'LIN my fb 'of' Iv' Maxine Mason Phyllis McAllister Denny McLaughlin Mac Means Lloyd Medearis Carl Mitchnm Diane Mische Janet Moler Bob Moss Molly Murphy The Excitement Of Commencement . . . Richard Murray Charles Needlingl Gayle Olson Carol Parrish Virginia Pearse David Perrin Yvonne Phillips Tandy Pike Georgia Pilchcr Vincent Porter John Preston Bill Quarion Ediih Ramsey Betty Renfro Darrell Rigas rf-I Q , l X 'CS' With A ix QV. -3 X ww YZ' I. ' C ., .Zigi , Sense Of Achievement . . . Mary Robinson Wanda Rodieck Caryl Schw enck David Selsor EEST-ig-.af if f . QX "TY""" I DOCTOR, LAWYER, MERCHANT CHIEF? The , .... question is asked by Randy Quinn and Larry Weimho of Mr. Bennett, coordinator of the C.O.E. program Jolene Simon Reva Simpson 1 Eldon Smith V Patricia Smotherman Bob Sheets Iudy Shipp NTT' v. gf , 'fi fs. f Q Yr-mr 5 ri 'mf .4 -H- L, Carolyn Spears Albert Spencer Sandra Staffen Doris Thompson 89 In Receiving A Diploma CHECKING IN Gary Hayde, Shirley Hatfield, ind Jury Harper obtain their admit slips from Mrs. Rosalyce Walker Larry Weimhold Ludmila Weir Carl Wilcox Claudia Williams Mary Williams Karen Winters Kathy Woodfill Dale Woods Linda Wright Larry Wynes Suzanne Zion Ianean T hompson Duane Thurman Perry Transue Edward Walker 'Vi 1 '4- 1- 'li ws Y -9 if I lfarl Devore Wayne Dixon John Duncan Salle Duncan Larry Dwyer al IIN Vl' 'Rf' gf John Eador John Ebbs " Evan Emery Larry Ewing G... Wes Fanning Karen Eine Larry Eoursha T urry Fox Virginia lirazier Doris Garrcn Norman Garwood Jim Gibson Mary Ann Gose is .1 Gerald Greshnian .3 Donna Guinn 'IP Q . IJ rr Bill Hall Eddie Hamersley Lonnie Harper Raymond Harmon Jim Harpold s"' 5:9-M .ou ,- SQ ,. ll, an ff Linda Hawkins Sandra Hawkins Paul Haynes Marilyn Heirz fp James Henning Q95 Mary Henson Maurice High Dwain Herren Janice Herring Lowell Hulse QQ ,K y 4? Q W "' -Ei ' El, I' 'L 4 I, y N.. 1 'Qi T I ' X 1 ' , ,Q Kay Jackson Joe Jadlow ' I Q.. Garry Jenkins V 4 Janice Johnslon V Bonnie Jones my r 4., 92 'glafx i li-Qu vqf"w Q Q3 G..-4-9' I I E' 4' ,Q 'E . .,' .fo if We K T' wiv YC sl 5. -r--' 1- 8 'K 'u Donna Jones Karen Kenney Rosemary K lrkpatrick Joyce Klou Murrha Koehler Leroy Lafferly Nelson Lasley Loyd Lavender Ll1lJ.lLLIllL' Gwen Maahs Twink Mathis Torn Maxwell NM: i xy , S pv wi-. y wi' AQ A 'N fx .,.. g ff I , Az 93 Z' x 'R if 'FSP ' "I WONDER HOW ORCHIDS WOULD LC ON THIS," muses Linda Wolfe as Par C Toole speculares Labour rhe whrre Loon Howard MeCor1naelx Larry McCoy Eled nor MCD ermotl HL1zelMcGee Jeonle MeGehee c ,1 5 'K 9' iff? . I Q' 7 f: ' 'R James Quackeribush Elizabeth Rapp Dale Rasmussen Karen Rasnic Mary Richardson Edward Rings Linda Rimmer Louise Schonewetter Ruby Scorr Danny Sell Bri-nda Shepherd Mary Shcrrick Jinx Shrewsbury John Shrewsbury lanrr Smith Dalton Snowden G. W, Steincross Sharon Stong Thomas Sweeney Susan Thomas .luniar Paul Thron Gary 'low Tony Urner Johnny Vierh Jerry Wade Shirley, Wade Berh Wallace Ianct WallaCc Icrry Walker Lucille Walker Harry W eber 'rf Y sf 1 ,X , Q JL 'J up W t Verna Weber RQ Carlera Wiley V " S J' Karherine Wilhelmson Q' Parry Winter J' Linda Wolfe Byron Wood Linn Wynes John Robert Young Sammy Yurk is ss y Q-M v 3,7 0 f-A w ' - A A .r 56 Ewa vi X 1 M '4 G' , L , 3 , 1 mia!! ifw rv Connie Coale Charles Colron C harles Cox Robur1Crabrree Q.-.' ear ! QA W,-'G V x XXX f-aw . aw 5 -.Q 'P M MK 3" s v ,..?',,sr V fr,-Y . fan I an S: no 'iw 'M B . ' 'Q 9 if ..., B 4 S . if .14 l '. i ', - B gr our .B , ,N 5 r. J X 'I q l k ll H I Lrry Ad rm Dianno Adams Sammy Adkins Marilyn Alkire David Baird Linda Baker Larry Bulk Nancy Barker lean Bnronc Judy Basrow Don Bi-isly Lcliiu Bull Charlcnc Blcy Judy Bliss Bob Bloom Truman Bohbuii Larry Bowles Maxinc Boyd Donald Brown Nancy Brown Tommy Bryani lfranccs Bullock Don Burncrr Carol Buiierfield Norma Cargill Charles Carmack 0 Connie Cash "lT'S A WOMAN'S WORLD". . .us indicarcd by Lyle Caron Lu Mae Neas, Presidcmg Sara Lou Kupple, Vic: Jams Cdudeu grosidcing Par Thoilripjolnly bicroyraryg rgfrarlene Deumschadd rms, reasurrr, an iss acison, ponsor. 95 Marilyn Fairchild Judith Farmer Sharon Fassel Jeanette Faulconer Ellen Fisher Donna Fisk Nancy Fortune Carol Frazier Dorothy Frye Laurerta Giger Jerry Graug, Wayne Gubitz Clifton Hargrove Bill Hasler Janet Hatfield Connie Havens Richard Hearhinan Gordon Hendrix Ruth Henry Arlene Higgins Helen Hinkle Jerry Hoffman Joy Hogan Jerry Holcomb Dennis Disney Richard Donaldson Carrol Dove Joe Dunfield Doug Dunham Karen Emery I ,ff .,.. ., . Pat Cruse Denny David Jack Demaree Luther Dennis A , i A I f i G Drawn 3 1 Q . . ,ag ,1 -r' wr, 'S 'igaf' aw 96 C' 1- 1: 1.3 3 lt . .47 X11 'N 4 W. Carol Holland Gaye Howell Eugene Howington Beverly Huc kaby 0 L - ':: ' K 'i3'f:"r Terry Lee Johnson Carolyn Jones Howard Jones Kay Jones Linda Jones Sara Lou Kapple Q' AJ Va an y K -af l P, ! -,K J lx W 97 Sophomores Kem Keithly Everett Kenney Wanda Koontz Shirley Koopman Suzan Kraft Daryl Lamb Kendall Lawrence Mildred Loomer Dick Loy Tommy McAllister Ross McConnell Dwight McCormack Dennis McCoy Don McIntosh Kay McKenzie Ennis McLean Joe Ann Mansell Sharon Marshall Bob Mason Marie Merritt Ronnie Mesplay Lynd Mische Larry Mitchell Lee Mitchem 'O-an if f' an .X-ff' Z' . ,1 ef an p .nt . fix 'V , bu' .Q ,g l 6 K gd ' Of' ' f 'A 'I "' f XR P . X' 1 ,g .Ai O 4? af? H3 t , , t,,, Billie Robinson B everly Sc isrrt Ioan Seever Larry S-heeks Ronald Rapp Bob Ratterree Elizabeth Remington Ann Richardson Lutie Richey Gary Roberts 98 EXCHANGING MUGSHOTS . Joy Mitchum Mary Moore Ronnie Morris Harold Neas La Mae Neas Maurice Nichols Ava Niswanger Greg Ogle Kathy Ogle Russell Ogle Richard Parrish Richard Pent Paul Perrin Richard Perrin John Peery Jack Pettibon Betty Pike Lonnie Polk D orothy Pr ettyma n Dottie Pryor S ally Ouarton Susan Ouarton Alan Quick Joyce Randell . .are Howard Jones Judy Wegerer, and Ronnie Mesplay. KK, Tom Sherrick Harold Shumaker Nadine Shutters Bonnie Sikes Wilma Simpson Arthur Smith Nancy Smith Joe Spencer Stand-Lee Spencer Wanda Staffen Joan Starr David Steele Ann Stephens Marlene Steve Dave Swearingen Pat Thompson Waneta Thompson Floyd Titus Janie Tough Jackie Trainor Pat Trainor Janet Urner Stan Urner Gene Vandenburg TS' D 4 , . .1 vs X41 M 'Wi .I . t .4 r -, 'MW F Charles W glker Clyde Walker Johnny Walker Glen Wallace Peggy Wastell Jack Weber Leland Weber Judy Wegerer Terry Welsch Harry Williams in 9 L ly ' ar -w-nr . G9 'S' ,Q 9 .Lt hx' ' C Q- I.. ' ' ,ff i Q V Hr ,X , in X L 1, 41 , -- -nm ,. 'J Efiffz- WM Jim Williams Lillie Winscott Carolyn Wise Carol Woods Jimmy Wright Dan Young 9 9 J V Joyce Ames C arol Anderson Owen Andrews Jim Arnold Marty Ayers Robert Beaver Janice Beisley Barbara Beisly . IQ Carol Biggs 0 'a '- De Vere Bobberr v Duane Bowen ""' W Darlene Bradley ll 4. .. 13 an ' S .1 I 12' Ag , I. 3 RQ: X L i f 'S D . i - 'CS' ,Q- t. 'Q ,U -fx X 1- z ,i 5 v Freshmen Leo Brighrw ell Gerald Bronkar Berh Brown Billy Brown Joan Butterfield Shirley Carpenier Ruby Cartwright Mike Cleveland Herbie Collins D. A. Crawford Raymond Crawford Julie Dahmer Lillie Mae Dark D. Brack Davis Jim Dennison David Dodson Frances Dove Mary Drury Robert Dunfield Karen Eslinger Robert Fairbanks Mary Ann Ferguson Becky Ferry Larry Franks Norman Garion Judy Grace Betty Greer Danny Gubiiz George Hagerman Virginia Haggard 111 Hayes THE EXCUTIVE sPoKEs or THE ERESHMAN WHEEL Ida HSHUCRS I are Billy Brown, Presidentg Mrs. Burner, Sponsorg Herman Hendflx Janice Beisley, Treasurerg Sue Ann Harpold, Secre- raryg and Mary Woodfill, Vice-President. Sylvia Henning, Dale Herren Delmar Hill Mac Hornecker Bill Householder Sharon Howell Vernon Howrey Harold Hulse Mike Ireland Paul Jadlow Billy Joe Johnson Dale Johnston Ronald Johns Jerry Jones William Jones Kay Kafer Connie Kelso Donald Kenney Dale Koopman June La Due Johnny La Guire Roy Lasley JanetLas1ey Homer Lawrence Virginia Hall Trecia Hamlert Elaine Harper Melva Harper Sue Ann Harpold Linda Haynes lxi 1 3 f. , -on . sr 'J --1 1 '41 .4-4' plus nr T9 lQ'x T51 SSX qv' f1...:.,, 4 as M rs. W AAN ' z.. ii., All W. 'iv 101 iid 66 LJ l W an 6 5 is 5' Ilrn Don Leavell Linda Leer Carol Little Kathy Long, William Love Myra Marshall Ray Maxwell Betsey McDern1ot1 Robert Lee Milford Gene Milchem Deloris Monkres Larry Moore i Freshmen w. 705 , 'Hi 3. f N J Larry Murray Johnny Musick Sue Neas Sue Nelander Thayne Nordyke Eugene Norris Johnny Ogle Lynne Olson Kay Overman Ricky Owen Sanford Owens Bobby Oyer Lorrie Oyer Donna Payne Par Perkins Gary Perers Clifford Perribon Richard Perribon Sue Pliilbrick Charles Phillips Tony Pike James Ragan Mary Lou Radan Cheryl Ralston Sharon Ramsey Lynne Da Rapp Richard Rapp Michael Reed Harry Rhoadcs Mary Ann Riggs 1-iw , J Gary Rodieck D o nna Rott ers M ary Ru nyon Linda Scott Becky Shafer "GOLLY, THESE LOCKERS ARE MAKING ME LOSE MY MUSCLE!" say Janice Beisley, Janet Lasley, Mac Hornccker, and Danny Gubitz. James Sheridan Pat Shrewsbury Linda Shoemaker Ronnie Shutters Bonnie Smith Johnny Smith Joyce Smith Harry Snowden Judy Spillman Danny Sprenkle Ann Swearingen Kathy Vieth Sharon Walden Rosemary Watson Danny Weber Glenna Whitaker Nancy White Sheldon Wight Martha Wood Phyllis Wood Mary Woodfill Tommy Woolverton Buddy Wright Carol Zilliox Jim Shaw Stanley Shepard Margaret Sheridan X- . Nye? 5 M is x C I - 1 X tg! 's.J g!5", 'KX 5 i fs... J ,g7'.A' . ' ff, 1 .4 , . - .Z , . 103 Johnny Robinson 9 My J'-:S Cv Q 2 r--I i K ji E M. an . H if 1 Fred Ackley Don Adams , j Terry Adams fx all if 9 3 qv " N. A--X Q . Q' Q-4 aj I Xljtlxt' Roberr Allen Suzanne Armitage Lana Baldwrn Sandra Bales Lrnda Balk uhrrley Barker Davld B arton Larry Bersley Eighth Grade 4 'L In..-1 lf' 4 'LZ Donald Belcher Margaret Bohrn Bob Bowen Charles Box Douglas Breen Barbara Brrtunuham Don Brown Bobby Brown Charles Buennrng John Burgess Lorena Campbell Merle Carpenrur Brlly Chapman Lrnda Charles Rhoda Chubrck James Cochran Esther Collrns Gary Cornell Charles Dahmer C rrolyn Dcnnrs Jerald Dlsncy bharon Dodson Davrd Duncan .gl X . lv- ' . 5 ' 4 r I V Lk .WXX aff, 1 t-, ,sl 4. V i'- 4 , D " ? w' xi N I KX Sl , T , A' O 'V K ' , D 4 'I , I rf.-s .IJ K , '- A 'A X? .2 a ...1 f D , Va... fy: in , as Y W Eg y s " , .v": as fr - i V Q 1 5. -" ir. , 1 ' r- A I Q - R . - F N W 4 , Edward Cargrll -' Q X ,v H J lx 1 :dx If ,M F S ' 3, - Q K . H 1 , I + i r B B fx, r - .,.,.,V. bg . K lkzn Q J ,... ,. by ,K ,- If -A W y ' uni' W ' 'W V K ' . . . A W I V A A W .. 5 r uu 5 gg EIGHTH GRADE MAGNETS WITH A LOT OF PULL .. . are Jery Nunn, Presidentg Randy Line, Vice- Presidentg Mrs. Dahmer, Sponsor, Sharon Dodson, Secretaryg and Tim Ephland, Treasurer. Randy Fine Edwin Fletchall Glenna Fox Sharon Frazier Erle Frye Thomas Hackleman James Hackney Danny Haley Janet Harmon Susan Harper Gary Headley Janice Heitz Don Hendrix Jimmy -High Joe Hill Jerry Hogan Melba Householder Bobby Sue Howell Jimmy Jacobs Terry Jadlot Donna Johns Bobbie Kay Jones Ronnie Jones Mike Kelly Warren Glimpse Carol Gose Janet Grace Sue Dunfield Esther Elliott Elda Endicott Tim Ephland y . K Ir fo- R r - YJ , L 1' avi X ,aff 5 5' ,, s N I Aff' ki 7 , ,n- ,. Q,fg!-v I-Q, QIQNXS 'E' . A1idaEasse1 QR 5 --2 f Q, .gs 1 Loyd Fenton ' , vm Q 'F S, Roger Finders he., QV! 'V r Q Y' A I J , i A-:si x il Q 5 Q ly I Q , ng , fini. is f ' E gy , - 3 7,1 I A-A hh 'cf LV 6 i , E- Hi Ly- AQ 1 11.523 Fx V' A 1' ' f . I L af- J sf 'r as :Q F , F ' -' 431- -0 J re-M ' , . w I4 f iid H sag 1 IJJUTLR msmrllli its s '. A 'M -' Q., V Ng' A , an ,N N up ggi- ' ,a 2- YEL. ' , . x-. if ' va," ' Vi? - y mm' A' but "-- wife, ' er.. -'-1 'WWI' , af,-,sf ja R Q , ,wiv f1"",9ff"'r-1-v..,.ffT17f'?1tl s l - F ' r F if ' l05 -5 L an g,- i 4 X Gary Knoblauch Tobie Lawrence Evelyn Leedy :fr ,gf Ronnie Linder Q I7 Wilson Liter V, Fred Loane ,Mi nh -vjJ.j1Q: 5 De Wayne Loomer Lorena Lyon ...EQ Judy Mansell "r Freddie Mathews 'X " 2 , K K Hi' I 'J .0 - Eighth Grade ' la gl' . . rf L S.. V , V I, l 5 I I I '--f 1. 4 P i ' ,Gmc ,, 5 I 'H' J View il' ' 'WSJ 'N ly . E . S- W i X 71? 4 1 9 V . -iaf biaf r ' ' ? - h "Q 7 , A far .Q Q--. 'Q-'uf .4 'I' , , I A Ixfjdf .5 V 5 5 ' N :nhl ' L A 1 g i f ' X xv . M 0 '- pm- - . R? . 1' F if N N- X 'L' x u r an 9 N-. s-J 106 Sharon McDaniel Susie McGehee Lee McReynolds Sharon Milford Bennert Miller Evalena Mitchell Carolyn Murray Jim Murray Carl New Iery Nunn Leona Olson Marybelle Ov erton James Perrin Tommy Pilcher Standlee Pippin Delores Price Ronald Price Georgia Pyle Ronald Quackenbush Sharon Rabon Ab Rees A melia Richardson C arol Richmond Larry Rose EJ EAGER BEAVERS TO BE EDUCATED. . . are Carmen Tillery, Alida lfassel, Loretta Lyons, Shirley Bark- er, Don Brown, Ronnie Linder, James Russell, and Don Belcher. Gary Smith Iva Smith Patricia Spencer Virginia Spillman Kenny Starr Virginia Thompson Carmen Tilllery Judy Tough Danny Tucker Duane Vaughn Helen Walker Carol Wallace Richard Wallace Larry Ware Richard Webb Mary Webster Terry Wehmeyer Judy Williams Elizabeth Winters Lily Winters Sam Winter Kay Witte Patty Wood Paula Wright in Sarah Scott Robert Selsor Barbara Shaver John Shaw Barbara Shepherd S am Shepley Henry Shumaker Stoller Simon Beverly Simmons if s ,J iii K L -M-1' '-. I" 'ESEES' :T-l1,,Qf-'5j'gf1'E-Q1 :L Y - A ,. 1 'li 'T oar, , in I -Q? fi Vx I ylrlr. xv ':,,s JG' I ig' .fa I 45" 34'- ix , - ' Q Egffw J R . ,Q I .gg-4 L James Russell 4 xi .. I Ronnie Rowe , N' I 'Gs 'Elf K' D .va- Q X 4 J an li 8' -ze as 1 .. if 1' I f ,sk fe K A X X f 5' 'Qs I .I X ' I , K -s. S- -1 -U - , ' Q l?'i':'Y4 E Y 'B 10" . sf 2 gg if' JW 3' will MMR? xfia "' ' X. Qs R' Y I 9-s FMR' . 4 .MQ ,V :::,S fi? my A lim i ? fb- 'Q 'fail 13 I v Vonnie Doelling Rose Doolan Earnest Dunfield C arol Eador Lynda Eaton Nancy Ellifrits Roger Ewan David Ewing Jean Farmer Linda Fellows James Finch Eva Fletcher Fred Fowler Allen Fox Sharron Franz Varian Garton Janet Gatrell Elvin Giger Connie Grace Harold Gragg Barbara Groves Larry Hackleman Mary Ann Hagerman Jerry Haggard Donald Hammontree Kathy Harlow Bobbie Hartel Gerry Hendrix Dan Hensley Marilyn Hogan Florence Holland Mary Horine Claudia Howell Ronnie Hubbard Wayne Jackson Virginia Johnson Stan Jones Sonja Judy Mike Kiniberlin C arolyn Knutson Pat Koehler Clint Kraft Sammy La Due Beverly Lamb Dicky Lawrence Ronnie Layher Alfred Ray Leer Dana Legan L ,Mar 1 is Q37 QL Lf K- ,L . -ave-x Il ""' s. .fs-X if I lqx J .ge v " Z, U 0 'J sig ' A -an 'ID 2'-, 4:1 " W . 1 . .C ' "i,-1. ' f-an a 'X "H 4, vi . fn, ssl ' L L f ,mg i - E--L -.. ... 'L 'Q Cx Q. 6. il. 133 If I X ,QQ is x..y, .- .'.f:'.. 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N. it X if-'ff-.1 - if ' r ...X-X, 1 j ?,'f:!':?!iJ'Qt.b'i?f' 1041 Marsha Ann Martin Mac Mason Johnny Mason Mick Maxwell Gary McAllister Sue lillen McCall James McCann Maryann McKay A nn McNeece Lewis Mell Linda Miller Kenn Mitchum Wanda Mitcliem Karren Mitts Letha Ann Murphey Bennie Nall Jerry New Arthur Null Joe Olson Shirley Orr Donna Pascoe Karolyn Perkins Rosemary Perritt Laura Peters 'loin Pettibon Vicki Pettibon Janet Phelps Martha Phipps Dewey Piotrowski James Pippin Patricia Place Steve Pyle L inda Quackenbush Nancy Quarton Leroy Rainey Carol Rapp Saundra Rasnic Deanna Ratterree Barry Reed Franklin Rhoades Patty Rimmer Darrell Robison Martha Roush Linda Lou Rudiuer Beverly Scanlon Stephanie Schwenck S andra Scism l' aye Scott ,S v.. ,X if "' Q l .L A nf .sa f I N . 9 7' ll y J :T L' +P P ,J 1 ,, , V Q . , R .fu Nha Illggx ' N 1 2 Q "gi , Y M KX 5.7 if, are saftkfk Nw , if i t R 'P Q 8' 'X in 5 x Q3-.sag i M 3 S ' NP ' Qi" - , 1' X 'tl wif' P A 1 O N N' . I I' If TQ Q 0 G. P 5 Q- ' -.:g,. M ,ik 5 ! ' ,A X 1 in ,f fu. 9 A. 'N an 3' acl' 5' , - Y, Q L P, 'AV P -,J , . Q. any 1- L t,Q,y4 5, Y h Q LU L gf, Q x ix af S Q in 5 J G k Q if 9 Q q, 5, 2 - Q- E' U' x, 45 "N W. x X A , 51" 4 ' , 1a I A .N ,. 4, t' ,,.v 1 by L J t ' K ll0 qrx N11 ,, 'CI -5- 7 P 'C' Q ii F153 we V 'IP' f' - l .a at 1 yt, TL' Janice Shipp Richard Sidwell James Simmons Mary Smith N A. V? .. 'W 943'- ?C Mi, .5 tt Margie Smith Stanley Soukup Vern Spencer Thomas Strasser li- ig, 5-1' T -1 MAA ti? lll Q 5 'X tx .. y- Biuic Stanford THE PENCIL SUPPLY NEVER RUNS DRY. . . LIS Ehzabeth Stephens Patty Koehler and Billy Collins deal out their nickels to Joanne Brown. Seventh Grade Q . in Q- i in v -. . za 5 3 12.4873 16?-1 f fi-:M , 1. . - iv 11'l"v- ' Patricia Sullivan Madge Swearingen Gordon Talbott Betty Taylor Judy Thomas Charlotte Thompson Barbara Tillery Sharon Troegle Maude Trosper Russell Underwood Eddie W ade Margaret Wait Cheryl Walker Russell Walker Fred W eber Teddy W eber Eva Sue Wchmeyer Vlcky While Marshall Wood June Woods Patrick Wyatt Bobby Young fd: ' l' " 'f .1-, - - V M sv , .. '- ,, W' L .f -M K -A .T K .. . ,-...f1' I M 5 kwa , ' , Q 4 x 'Q' F it my " H X ' ' f ,Asn h A ' hifi f ' ' -4 Y . .. ' are W ' H. , . 4, ,Q , .N 'T' L L ik in gr ik v If J jg , af 4 .uf f 1, . as 1 K my , , 39' -5' . J I . . 5 5 f 1 ,. s ,tw 1 5 .-P gp- mu zdmwm .LQ . lvl? Q- -na .4 a .-aww, .......... 4- ,,., x A A .QM fu.-w, - ......f- .-,. : .mn dawg, BNI' "1':5f"f" n.,,ffiv7 we ..fv.W-Jeux' ' i. L..,........n...... ,C .... M,m?,3, ,vw fa A: . .-M' lrsl ' V-1 ,K.:,,e grc'Qo arf-Qy 'P M ' I Q 'L .aff 999: M M ,,,,?iw W ' Q. 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A A I Xl an A 1 -4' .LP 1' Pl l Q I Vi I QF f Calhoon-Putnam Lumber Company Building Materials Martin Senour Paints Nu Wood T1le and Plank 223 East Cherry Phone 89 Darrow Lumber Company We sell for less 802 East Hickory Phone 267 Future journalists Getting Training at THE SUNDAY HERALD THE DAILY MAIL Two Good Newspapers Serving Nevada And Vernon County Dr 0 W Dodge Dr I E Spen er Optometrists 109 East Cherry Phone 60 IG' A DOUILI COLA IOYTUIOHCQ IIIIII IIIIIII DIXIC Cream Cafe Darnold s Florlsts Fourth Generation Florist Nevada Missouri Phone 51 Charles Dena 0 S Davidson Real Estate 119 East Walnut Money Loans Insurance Nevada Missouri Phone 36 Ellls Music and Furniture Company EISK S DAVIS PAINT STORE 114 C . Lily., QIJIIE I '-. A X ' I ' ' if ' I I 1. 'I at + X O I O x I S -w A ' .bt I O I C 6 17 I I' we .. , ' North Side of Square I 1 f f - ,. I - , I ' ' Qi i I 4 I ' l'I Le fl Compliments Anmmoi Arrumcf Edna s Beauty Shop 407 East Hlckory Phone 643 Geo Ebbs and Co Abstracts Loans Insurance Tttle POl1C16S 104 West Walnut Nevada Mtssourt AND HARDWARE SKELGAS WESTINGHOUS E Hardware Seeds Gtfts EICHINGER FUNERAL HOME H l Emery and Sons Dealers 1n Phone 973 Flrestone Stores 128 East Walnut Phone 322 Your Stfety Is Our Buslness FERRY FUNERAL HOME Ferry Brother s Insurance Agency FARM AND HOME ""'I Loans Real Estate Phone 61 108 V2 West Walnut SAVINGS ASSOCIATION Nevada Mo of I Y H I 1 1 O I ' , . N . nv' Q f- fif 1 E - - 0 9 1. 'A 1 I , O O . Flour, Feed, Grain, Seeds, and Wire A V7 ' ' I 'l i 'L vv L ' ,, 1- JL. 1 .rv E VWMMM 14.-.nnmrw 5 r r , . V I 113 F l FLORYS PHARMACY Ferguson's Office Supplies--School Supplies job Printing 117 South Cedar Phone 1151 Farmers' Produce Company Buyers of Poultry and Eggs 229 North Cedar Phone 108 Nevada Missouri W. R. Hamblin Real Estate-Loans-Insurance Phone 803 Nevada, Missouri Compliments of Hertzberg Furniture Company 216 West Cherry G I Cab Company Phone 1 7 or 9 120 South Cedar Nevada Missouri Horner Flower Shop Virgll Cassius and Ruby Phone 59 or 2377 1124 North Main RST FlnnncE C0mPnn Hand the Man With the Plan Hand Insurance Company 101 1X2 West Cherry Phone 933 HIGGINS DAIRY COMPANY Carl D Hlgglns and Ted Ireland Highway 71 and Vernon Phone 633 For Better Health Drink Testemark Milk FURNITURE N SIGNATURE I AUTOMOBILE S 45295294 .!L1':f:II 43 HENNESSEY CHEVROLET BUICK INC aww JOHANNES KING S JEWELRY Phone 755 Complete Servlce C E enry Radlo and T V Servlce lab 410 East Cherry Nevada M1ssour1 Ames Supply Company Internatlonal Harvester Dealers Nevada M1ssour1 KARBE S SUPER MARKET Sells More for a Dollar Belsley s PUIIIE and Wallpaper For the Fmest ln Palnts The Home of P1ttsburg Palnts East Stde of Square Nevada M1ssour1 American Bookkeeping Complete Bookkeepmg and Tax Servtce Beauty Nook 211 East Cherry Phone 280 Blll s Food Market North S1de of Square Phone 903 Nevada Redl Mlx Cert1f1ed Concrete 713 East Aust1n Phone 346 " Z .ogy 3 E!!, 4.- Congratulations to '59 Graduates Sears Roebuck and Company 203 East Walnut Spencer Tractor and Equipment Company Hlghway 71 North Ford Tractor Dealer VERNON COUNTY BlOCK COMPANY Phone 699 Nevada MESSOUII Cut N Curl Beauty Shop 1000 North Washlngton Phone 2156 MOORE S DEPARTMENT STORE Estabhshed 1870 Nevada s Largest Department Store L 1 KAPPLE S Scrutchheld Eurnlture Company Furmture Ranges Heaters and Floor Coverlngs Nevada MIS sour1 Phone 87 se l0qi 100 store Scotts School Supphes and Wearables South S1de of Square Phone 1258 Cllff Tow Standard Service junctlon 71 and 54 Hlghways Washlng Lubr1cat1ng Altas TITGS and Batter1es Shanks and Sterrett Clothing Company Everythmg a Man Wears East S1de of Square y iyy P gpg:-9 yffwg 1 13 5 ' . g tl 1 1 I -1 4 ,,,, ' l .VI i . gf I ! ::::::' 1 D: ' ' 1-521-.333-122231---2Q211112c21:11e7E?'iE5VI' 123 EaStWa1HutSrreer Q --- '- ' - -- - -- ' +,..44g1' - - . .I IU.. ......... . . 1 EP 118 Nevada Auto Parts Roy and B111 O Connell 129 East Walnut Phone 75 or 80 Natlonal Farm loan Assoclatlon The Ideal Loan for Farmers Long Term Low Interest MIDWAY HEATING AND SHEET METAl GRAPHIC ARTS STUDIO Off1c1al NEVAMO Photographers for the Past Eleven Years JOE BRADI-IAM PIERRE WELTMER 119 East Cherry Phone 1299 Vernon County Abstract and Tltle Co Formerly Blrdseye Abstract Company NXW Corner Square on Maln Street Barth Hlnkle Abstracts Plats Photocopy Don Norrls Conoco Servrce Hlghway 71 and Hlckory Phone 2096 East Slde of Square Em Cahforma Fashlon Center or Dresses Llngerle Blouses Hoslery and Sportswear MAXWELL S FOOD CENTER I gIllMMERMAN INSURANCE CO NEVADA BOOK STORE School Supplles Scrap Books Toys Games Dolls Greetlng Cards Drawmg Supplles and Books of all Klnds Thornton National Bank Since 1869--Same Corner "We'll appreciate your business .' Crawford Real Estate and Insurance 114 West Walnut Nevada, Missouri Oberlin 8. Breckenridge Market Meats-Groceries-Frozen Foods 221 West Walnut Phone 361 Pokorny Drug Store "A Name Identified with Pharmacy since 1894" East Side of Square Compliments of Pickett s Sundries J C Penney and Company Always First In Quality Dr J P Woodflll OPTOMETRIST Office Hours 8 30 o 00 Thursday 8 50 12 00 Phone 65 104 North Cedar Nevada Missourt wUIhSC0ll s Furniture Company Furniture and Floor Coverings THE SPORT SHGP fIhA Q- 'Z firf:-'gfzffggjerrwyfufgfrfngffaglrf f fi QT! RFE S 10 .- ' 1 o o . , . vt . . H 1 1 1 J , - 1, - 1 1 I o o o ' I V . i- 0 F . . . K . . 1 ' 4' 'Q 1- Z it., 0 I . K X h ' W .2 . ,J M , -Q U C ' s L X, A fl . x Q 1, i . , Q f,.: Q, A of 1 for ff: ,K , , if, -m-vamp at yi lt Q! we 5 ' V , ' ' el ' ' , ,lf 41 J F ,QLZMZ V,-v ,254 1 lynx, 1 I F .. . . 1 W - , . 314'-4--I 5 f A A f A ,' A , f' , W 4558 ,W 5,4 7 Q cf K ., 1 wx -yu V, xx an was , all rm ' arsenal y, W fm... rt, A' Y ru M ll Q J QG L """ GRAIN cg C XO Feeds il if Illia I ROGERS PONTIAC COMPANY RICHARDSON MOTOR COMPANY .Q SMITH INSURANCE Montgomery Ward and Company Mitchell Hotel Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back PIWOUG 223 125 West Cherry Hotel Mitchell and Coffee Shop Eat Fine Foods in Air Conditioned Comfort MISSOURI PUBLIC SERVICE Shoes for Every Occasion Mendenhall s Shoes At the Sign of Florsheim South Side of Square Maxwell s Food lockers and Market 103 East Atlantic Nevada, Missouri Nevada Cleaners and launderette Phone 1234 119 South Cedar Nevada Implement Company Your JOHN DEERE Dealer Nevada Canvas Company 321 North Commercial Nevada, Missouri J 121 P5 1 llkll lfld L 11.11 leek s Inc Men s Wear and Ladles Sportswear Legan s or Glfts Vlctory Shoe Shop and Vance Barber Shop Phone 44 111 East Cherry Compllments of Perky s Beauty Shop VIETH HOME AND AU I VIETH S CAFE Ted Pearson s Servlce Statlon Maln and Hunter Phone 200 Nevada Mlssourl Stylecraft 102 East Cherry Nevada MISSOUII Wlggs Drug Store Nor h Slde Square Moore Supply Company Apphances Floor and Wall Coverlngs Phone 433 612 East Walnut Comphments of Zion Shoe Store Peters Shoes Whlte Grlll Good Food Is Good Health. ' Y 1 I I . I . ' I , 7' G V LX LVL A lk, 1. ' T0 4 Q sux' ' 'VN 5 if 'rr X 'W ls. .L if 4 "Lew M de Al I A Vu . O , I a Xxx s 0 I t . 7 I i I I - . . 0 71 ll I 122 - ?,-to III' QI Nevada Mlssourl , -:n-f""?- Member of the CORPORATION Ysong wg nl N Flrst Notlonol Bunk CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 55300 000 1+---'M Establxshed ln 1889 FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE BOWlUS SCHOOL SUPPLY Plttsburg Kansas C A Whlte Motors' Thornton Notlonol Bunk Smce 1869 The Same Corner We ll appreclate your busmess Rlnelmrt Jewelry I JEIUELHH' Ms Be Ich Noel Pho eM yfo 41412 B I 7 JoDIn Mssou Af Z , ESEIVICDCD CDC! CDI? IDFZESS HIGHSCHOOL AND COLLEGE YEARBOOKS 17 in .41 2 ' ' 1 ' ' . , IPYV , R41 1 Y 5 P - - f bf 2 '- I ' .nr of ' -.L......M.... r 4 1 ' v , L L , Q - W s 1 , 1 ,,., -,.,W,. T,,. .W ti ! . O I , .A wil 'I 1 f A ff-it L' - . ' A 9 ff . 0 i , K ,Ogg QR H . of Qsgn , ,.: 5' 9 X1- , , . - ' '- W7 T IH? ' 2 3 V ffl 391 0 I '- ' :Ti f rf- 1. Q - -to A I ' ' . ,,. 4..t-- - 'V I 1 1 . 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Ju ITIIET oxunomn crrv 1. oxumomt 'rsumoul ro 5 2.3 Bell Judy Jan 17144 57 108 Abel Steve 17114 57 67 Ackley Fred 18144 104 Adamkv Terry 110195 Adam Charlotte 39 Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams D1anne1l0154 60 95 Don181104 J1m 111154 91 Joe1l2127 42 43 62 83 Kent 112150 83 Pm1171sf1 67 74 1 Terry 18157 104 Adklns Sammy 110195 Agee Judy 112161 83 Alklre Mar1lvn110153 95 Allen Allen Allen Benn1e1l1158 91 Cmdy 17149 56 108 Robert 18116 104 Ames Joycc19144 45 48 100 Ames Paul 17174 108 Anderson Carol 19145 52 100 Andrews Owen 191100 Anstlne Gene 112183 Applegate J1m11'7183 119 Archer Bruce111158 91 Armttage Don112144 53 60 62 83 5 Arm1tage Suzanne 18145 104 Arnold J1m 19118 100 Attebery M11dred63 Attebery Venlta 112139 52 61 8 121 Austln Marx 171108 Ayers Marty 19155 100 The Index Bastow Judy1l0152 59 95 Baumann Kendall 112146 52 83 123 Beaver Robert 19144 100 Behm Rex1l1166 68 91 Betsly Belsly Belsly Belsly Belsly Belsley Busley Bexsley Belcher Belcher Barbara 19154 100 Carolyn 171108 Charlene112143 60 61 Don 110195 MarJor1e1l1191 Jan1ce19144 62 101 03 Larry 181104 Norman 112161 83 Donald 181104 107 Judy1l2128 37 45 53 84 Bell Lett1e1l0195 Bell Llnda 112129 31 37 42 43 45 50 83 84 Bennett Barbara 14 78 80 Bennett Raymond 61 70 78 83 89 Berry Pam 17115 108 Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Bryant Bryant Don18116 67 104 107 James 17157 108 Joanne 17136 44 108 Lynn 17144 56 74 108 Nancy110142 45 48 53 55 57 95 122 R L 8 Sheryl 17157 108 Tommy 110155 95 Buck Raymond 63 Buenmng Charles 18156 104 Bullock Frances 110195 Bullock Burdlck Burgess Burgess Burgess Burnett Max 171108 Ida 112153 60 84 Jams 29 Jean 171108 John 18144 104 Don 110158 95 Burrus Elvv 111158 91 Busslnger John 111166 68 91 Bu er W D 111191 Butner Marte-15 78 101 114 Butterf1eld Carol 110195 Butterfleld Joan 191100 Caldwell Earl1 157 Blggs Carol 191100 Blse Ga111711O8 Blshop Dax 1d 111122 91 Blaslar 11m 112184 117 Bley Charlene 110195 Campbell Ketth 17167 74 108 Campbell Loretta 18156 104 Campbell Rama 111122 46 51 A 1 1- 1 F 1 1 1 1 Y Y Y I F , 1 1 1 1108 1 1 1 1 1 , , , , 111 4' . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 , Y Y I Y 1 I 1 1 A v 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1601 ' 1 1 1 ' 41 7 1 - ' 1 ' 1, 11001 ' 1 1 '1 ' ' 1 1 1 08 11 1 ' l 1 .11 1 1 1 . 1 -K1 1 1 , , . 115 ' , " . 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91 Elalne 112160 61 84 Kent 17157 108 Truman 110158 95 Margaret 181104 Beverly 111191 Bob 181104 Duane 191100 Bowles Larry110158 95 Box Charles 181104 Boyd Max1ne110153 95 Bradham Kelly 111108 Bradley Darlene 191100 Bradley Gary 11167 108 Breedmg Sandra 112160 61 84 Breen Douglas 18144 56 74 BI'lClg6.lT13l'l Ann 112150 60 84 Briggs Leon 70 74 78 Brtghtwell Leo 19154, 74 100 Brtttmgham Barbara 181104 Bronkar Gerald 19144 100 Bronkar M11ared17J108 Brown Beth 191100 Brown B1lly 19144 74 100 101 Brown Bobby 18153 57 104 Brown Donald 110154 74 95 124 Cargtll Edward 181104 Carglll Norma 110195 Carglll Robe rt 112184 Carmack Charles 110158 95 Carpenter Gary111191 Carpenter Merle181l6 104 Carpenter Sh1rley191l00 Carroll Connle 171108 Carter Ed 112166 68 75 84 Carter Howard 112184 Carter Russell 52 78 82 Cartwrtght Cl1fford112184 Cartwrxght Ruby 191100 Cash Cather1ne111191 Cash Conn1e110154 95 Catron Lyle 110153 66 73 95 Caudell Carr1e112184 Caudell Jan1e1l0144 55 95 Chadd Davld 171108 Chadd Denn1s110158 95 Chapman B1lly181104 Chapman Joycc.112184 60 Chapman Loulse 79 Charles 11l1zabcth171108 Charles 15111113 18149 104 Chrlstopher B11 111122 91 Chublck Delvtn 112161 84 Chublck Rhoda 18156 104 Cleveland 'vlxke 19118 66 67 74 100 Donaldson jerry 112146 60 62 Clopton Dan 66 70 74 79 81 Coale Conn1e110195 Cochran james 181104 Cockrell Marym 111158 91 Cohxck Doyle 1A1um1 29 Cole Ada 16 79 Cole Sharon 111191 Col11ns Collms Collins Colton Colton Co1y1n Colvxn Comer Bllly 17115 108 Ester 181104 Herhert191100 Charles 110195 11111VI1V 171108 Larry 112184 Pat 17156 108 1anct1l1191 Connelly Russe 111191 Cornell Gary 18157 104 Cornell Larry 112184 The Index Denms Carolyn 18116 Denn1s Luther 110196 Denmson 11m 191100 Denmson Judy 111191 Devore Earl 111129 33 42 6 69 70 72 2 Dlckason D1x1e Lee 112160 Dlehr 11m 112143 47 52 84 DISNEY Dennxs 110196 D1sney Jerald 181104 Dlsncy Royce 171108 Dlxon Wayne111192 Dodson Davtd 191100 Dodson Sharon 181104 56 40 Doelllng Vonnle Rae 17115 36 Ewan Roger 17136 67 74 109 Ewmg Dav1d 171109 Ewmg Larry 111192 Falrbanks Robert 19166 67 74 Fa1rch11d Mar1lyn 110142 48 Fannmg Fannlng Fanmng., Farmer Farmer 53 53 62 Bob 12161 85 lV1elv1n112185 Wes 111192 jean171109 111el1th 110196 Fassel A11da181105 107 Fassel Sharon 110144 37 Couch jo Anne 111122 42 47 91 Cowan D1x1e111191 Cox 13015112184 Cox Carl 63 Cox Charles 110158 95 Crabtree lNe1l 111191 Crabtree Robert 110133 95 Cra1g Larry111191 Crawford D A 19144 7-1 100 Crawford Raymond 19132 -1-1 -10 58 67 74 100 Crouse lxorma 17156 108 Curse Pat110195 96 Guppy D1anna 79 81 Current Bob111122 -12 2 57 Curry J11'111T1V 171108 Curry Pat 112162 8-1 Curry V11g1n1a1f1108 Curtxs Dana112139 52 10 5 8 121 Dahmer Almeda111122 91 Dahmer Charles 18116 104 Dahmer Gerald 111133 66 69 72 70 73 75 9 2 Dahmer Kay 11191 Dahmer Jlllle 19118 100 Dahmer Olga 16 79 103 Dark Llllle Mae 19152 59 Darnold Dav1d111191 Dav1d Denny 110153 96 Dav1s Bllly 171108 Dav1s D Brack191100 Defebaugh Glen 112184 Dehon D s 20 51 9 Demaree 1aclx110196 Demaree Lo1s1 156 108 Dennlng, Leroy 112125 16 5 66 68 85 L14 Donaldson R1chard110142 57 66 69 9 Doolan Rose 171109 Dove Carrol 110138 96 Dove Frances 191100 Drury Mary 1913-1 100 Drury Sarah112157 60 8 Duncan Dav1d 18145 67 7 Duncan 1ohn111133 61 69 72 92 Duncan Salle111152 53 92 Dunf1e1t1 DL11'1f1f.lCl Dunf1eld DLl1'1flGlLl Dunfxeld Dunham Earnest171109 George 112161 8 joe 110196 Robert 191100 Sue 181105 Doug, 110151 66 9 Dwyer Larry 111154 92 Eador Carol 171109 Eador john 111123 92 Eador Robert 112185 Eaton Lynda 171109 Ebbs jane 112137 61 62 Ebbs jean 112143 57 61 Ebbs jtm 29 1311115 john 111122 33 42 60 66 68 61 72 92 1:ll1fr1ts Nancy 171109 Izllxott Esther 181105 Fmery Don1121-10 58 85 Emery Evan 111166 67 92 Emery Karen 110196 E1'1LllLOff E1da181105 Ensley Wayne 112161 85 11 hphland T1m 18167 105 Erlckson Omeda 79 80 Psllngcr Karen 19152 100 Evans Br1an29 125 Faulconer Jeanette 110153 55 Fellows L1nda171109 Fenton Kay112153 85 121 Fenton Loyd 181105 Ferguson Mary Ann 191100 Ferry Becky 19145 54 100 Ferry Danny1121-13 85 87 123 F1nch james 171109 Flnders Roger 181105 F1ne Karen 111192 123 F1ne Randy 181105 F1sher Ellen 110153 35 Flsk Donna 110155 96 114 F1sk Ronnxe 112124 39 43 46 Fletchall Edwm 18167 105 Fletcher 15va 171109 F ory O V1 0 Forknct Marllyn 59 79 82 Fortune Nancy 110159 96 Foursha Larry111133 66 67 73 92 Fowler Fred 17136 -14 67 74 F wler H L 10 Fox Allen 171109 Fox Glenna 181105 Fox Terry111153 5-1 92 Franks Carol 117118 Franks Larry 19158 100 Franz Sharron 17156 109 Fraser Mryle 51 80 Fras1er Carol 110154 59 Fraz1er Sharon 181105 Fraz1er V1rg.,1n1a111192 Frye Dorothy 110196 Frye Earl 61 Frye Er1e181l05 Carrctt Dons 111162 Garrett Larry11212-1 28 47 43 0 1 Y Y Y ,Y Y . , I - Y Y , 1 ' 7 .1 ' 1 ' 1 ' '- 1 I ' 1 ' 1 ' 7 1 ' 1 F . 1 , 7 I 1 1 1 61 ' ' ' ' '9 A -1 1 1 1 1 I 1 " 1 100 ' T, ,111 84 ' - , - , , A-'1 11' ' U 1 I 1 1-1- .,.-, , I-H1 ' ' A' 1 'Q 96 , e '.' 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Y ' 'X I Y 1 Y r Y"' ,337 4'1 --70,571 f'1 741 21-15,011 84 l S, ' 81 Garton Norman 191100 Garton Var1an17157 109 Garwood Norman 111119 92 Gatrell Janet 17136 44 56 109 Gehrs R1ta 110152 Gehrs Sondra 111152 G1bson James 111122 66 68 G1bson Nancy 29 Glger Elv1n171109 Glger Lauretta 110152 96 G11mpse Warren 181105 Good Lmda 112160 61 86 Gose Carol 18117 56 105 Gose Mary Ann 111192 The Index Harper Lonnle 111192 Harper Me1va19159 101 Harper Susan 18117 36 44 56 105 Harpold J1m 111152 92 Harpold Sue Ann 19132 44 4 Hartel Bobble 17144 53 57 Hasler B111 110153 73 96 Hatfleld Janet 110159 96 Hatfleld Shlrley 112125 38 54 57 815 Hauser Dorothy112161 62 81 Hayes W1l11am 19158 0 Grace Grace Grace Gragg Gragg Greer Greer Conme 171109 Janet 181105 Judy 191100 Harold 171109 Jerrv 110158 96 Berry 191100 Patsy 112160 86 Hennmg Gresham Gerald 111192 Gflffln Ron 112186 Groves Barbara 171109 Gub1tz Danny 191100 103 Gub1tz V1 ayne 110196 Gu1nn Donna 111192 Gu1nn Randy112139 52 86 8 1 7 Hackleman Larry 17157 109 Hackleman Thomas 18153 105 Hackney James 181105 Hagerman George 19155 100 Havens Conme 110196 Hawk1ns Lmda 111142 48 59 Hawk1ns Sandra 111148 59 92 Hayde Gary112125 61 86 Haynes L1nda 19162 101 Haynes Paul 111192 Hazelton Arthur 112150 61 Headley Gary 181105 Headley Guy 63 1-learhman R1chard 110196 He1tz Janlce 181105 He1tz Mar1lyn 111153 Hendrlx Hendr1x Hendr1x Hendr1x Don 181105 Gerry 17115 49 109 Gordon 110196 Herman 19167 74 James 111123 92 Hagerman Mary Ann 17157 Haggard Jerry17157 74 109 Haggard V1fg1H1a19110O Hak1m1an Frank 62 70 78 Haley DannV18116 105 Hall B111111129 33 48 59 66 69 71 72 75 92 Hall Ronn1e 32 Hall V1rg1n1a 19159 101 Hamblm W R Jr 39 80 Hamersley Edd1e 111158 92 Hamlett Trec1a191101 Hammontree Donald 17167 Hargrove C11fton110196 Hargrove -1311106112139 52 61 86 Harlow Kathy 171109 Harmon Janet 18116 105 Harmon Patsy112145 46 52 6 86 1 4 Harmon Raymond 111192 Harper Elalne 191101 Harper Jerry 112125 86 90 Henr1cks Ida 19151 59 101 Henry Ruth 110159 96 Hensley Dan 17157 109 Henson Dale11D86 Henson Mary 111192 Herren Dale 19158 101 Herren Dwa1n 111158 92 Herr1ng Jan1ce111192 H1gg1ns Arlene 110196 H1gh J1mmy181105 H1gh Maur1Ce111192 H111 Delmar 191101 H111 Joe 181105 H1nkle Helen 110196 H1nkle Irene 112152 59 Hoffman Jerry 110196 Hoffman Wanda 112139 61 86 Hogan Charles 112186 Hogan Jerry 181105 Hogan Joy 110196 Hogan Mar1lyn 171109 Holcomb Jerry1l0158 96 Holland Carol 110153 60 Holland Florence 17114 109 126 Hopkms Edwards 112139 61 86 120 Horlne Mary 171109 Hornecker Mac 19154 101 Householder B111 191101 householder Melba 181105 Houston Don 112161 86 Howell Bobby Sue 181105 Howell C1aud1a17157 109 Howell Gaye 110145 54 97 Howell Sharon 19159 101 Howmgton Eugene 110197 How rey Vernon 191101 Hubbard Ronn1e 171109 Huckaby Beverly 110153 57 60 Hulse Harold 19158 101 Hulse Lowel1111158 97 Ireland M1ke19167 101 Irv1n Bob112128 42 50 52 61 Jackson Kay111122 52 92 Jackson Leaetta 51 80 82 Jackson Wayne 17174 109 Jacobs J1mmy 17117 56 105 Jadlot Terry 18116 67 74 5 Jadlow Joe 111122 97 120 Jadlow Paul 191101 Jenklns Garry 111192 Johns Donna 18144 105 Johns Ronald 19153 101 Johnson B1lly Joe 19158 101 Johnson J W 112158 86 Johnson Terry Lee 110160 97 Johnson V1rg1n1a 17156 109 Johnston Dale 19118 101 Johns Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Judy ton 1an1ce111153 92 Bobb1e Kay 181105 Bonnle111152 92 C H Jr 1Super1nIen dent111 70 Carolyn110145 97 Donna 111154 93 Howard110121 53 55 66 73 97 Jerry 191101 Kay 110159 97 Laree 112124 45 46 60 86 Lmda 110197 R1chard 112186 Ronn1e 18167 105 Stan 17167 108 109 W1ll1am19158 101 Sonja17157 109 I 7 ' . Y Y Y 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 , ' , ' , 103 ' Y Y Y Y 87 Y . . 1 1 '1 1 V 1 '- 92 1 ' 1 1- 1 , , ' , 109 , 5 S l A Y I , Y Y . Y I 1 1 . 1 . ' 1 1 1 1 I . i Y F Y I I . 7 1 1 1 90 , Y Y Y Y 1 ! I 1 A 1 ' , . ,5-1, ' 4 1 . 1 15 1 1 1621 , 92 97 1 i l 1 1 1 , 1 Y , ' 3 ! U 7 Y L 7 -I , - 1 90 1 1 1 1 11 1 I ' ', 1 ', ,' ,- 17 1 1 A , 1 86 ' 1 1 - 86 . I Y I 'I l 1 ' 1F 1 1 1 ' 1 1 171 9Y 1 I 7 - 'i Y T ! Y l ' 1 ' ,92 95 H '. , 1 1 1 1 1, U 1- 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 V1 Y I- ! Q ! Y Y 10'- , .F 101 , ,-, - Y Y- Y I- FY y I 1 I 1 1 1 Q 1 109 1 ' 1 , 1 ' Y D . I Y Y 1 - 1 1 1 1 , 7 , ' 1 , ' ' 1 1 1 , , ' , . . 7 , 80 , T, 5 , , 1 , 1 ' l 1 , D I 0 - , 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 . , , 1 1 1 1 1 . , h ' . , .. 1 - -1 1 1 1 , . . . ' ' l 1 Y 1 1 1 1 I 1 1- 1601 , y 1 1- 17 1 1 Q - , , , ,Qs l 1' 1 1 1601 , 3 7 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 , 1 5 -1 1- 1 1 1 I 0, 1 1 , ' ., ' , , , , 97 1 ' ' " ,' 122 , , , - , Kafer Kay 191101 Kapple Keithly Keithly Kelthly Keithly Sara Lou 110142 95 9 1 8 Ga11 23 80 jan112124 40 43 46 52 57 60 62 86 87 114 Kem 110142 53 57 66 73 97 W Garland 1Pr1nc1pa11 Kelly Mike 18167 105 Kelso Connie 19144 55 62 101 Kelso Mar1dee112124 29 31 4 5152 7 6287 Kenney Donald 191101 Kenney Everett 110158 97 Middleton Kathryn 111140 42 Kenney Karen 111193 Kenney Mary Nell 112187 Kimherlin 1111115617114 109 Klrkpatrick Rosemary 1111 1 Klotz Joyce 111153 93 Knohlauch Gary 181106 Knutson Carolyn 17115 109 Koehler Martha 111193 Koehler Pat 171109 111 15 Koontz Linda 112161 87 Koontz Wanda 110154 60 97 Koopman junior 112158 87 Koopman Dale 19158 101 Koopman Sh1r1ey110159 97 Kraft C11nt171109 Kraft Suzan110148 55 97 La Due june 191101 La Due Sammy 17114 67 109 La Due Tom 112152 87 Lafferty Lerov111193 La Guire johnny 19155 101 Lamb Beverly 171109 Lamb Daryl 110197 Lamb Sharon 117150 87 Lasley janet 19153 62 101 103 Lasley Nelson 111158 93 Laslev Roy 19158 101 Lavender Loyd 111155 93 Lawrence D1cky171109 Lawrence Homer191101 Lawrence J1m112161 87 Lawrence Kendall 110143 51 57 60 97 Lawrence Toh1e18156 106 Lavhcr Ronnie 17157 7-1 Leavell Don 19158 102 Leedx Evelxn 18156 106 Leer Alfred Ray 171109 The Index Leer Ceci1112161 87 121 Leer L1nda19159 102 Legan Dana 17156 109 Lewis Harry 63 Linder Buddy 112154 2 75 Linder Ronnie 18116 106 107 Linquist Darre1112187 119 Liter Wilson 18157 74 106 Lltle Guylene 17 79 80 Litle Robert R 53 55 70 80 Little Carol 191102 Little Linda 111193 Loane Fred 181106 Logan George M 10 Long Kathy 191102 Loomer De Wayne 18111 Loomer Mildred 110197 Love William 191102 ve W S Dr Lowry Nellie 63 Loy D1ck11173 97 Lyons G T 1121-13 87 121 Lyon Loretta 181106 107 Maahs Gwen 111122 93 Maahs Ivan 112161 87 Mahaffey A L 19 58 81 Mansell F R 112187 Mansell joe Ann 110159 97 Mansell judy181106 Marshall Myra 19162 102 Marshall Sharon 110153 97 Martin B11l112155 57 87 Mason Bob 110158 97 Mason Johnny 171110 Mason Mac 171110 Mason Maxine 112160 Math1s Twink 111166 67 93 Matthews Freddie 181106 Maxwell Mick 17167 74 108 Maxwell Ray 191102 Maxwell Tom111193 119 McA111ster Gary 171110 McAllister Phyllis 112150 88 'V1cA111ster Tommv 110191 'V1cCa1l Sue Ellen 17157 McCann james 171110 McConnell Ross110197 'X4cCormack Dw1g,ht110197 McCormack Howard 111193 V1cCov Dennis 110197 V1cCoy Larry111158 93 McDaniel Sharon181106 McDermott Betsey 191102 McDermott E1eanor111123 93 N1cGee Hazel 111193 'x1cGehee 1831116111127 -13 48 -1 55 57 93 McGehee Susie 18136 56 106 17 McGrath Dixie 111193 McGovney Edna 81 McIntosh Don 110197 McKay Maryann 17156 0 McKenzie Kay 110159 97 McLaughlin Denny112166 68 McLean Ennis 110160 97 McNeece Ann 171100 McReynolds Don 11 McReyno1ds Lee 181106 McV1cker Raymond 63 McV1cker Roy 63 Means Mac 112188 Meclearis Lloyd 112125 88 Mell Lew1s17114 110 Merritt Mar1e110153 97 Mesplay Ronnie 110173 97 59 93 Miles Iohn 60 81 Milford Robe rt Lee 191102 Milford Sharon 181106 Miller Bennett 18174 106 Miller Homer Mrs 63 Miller Homer 63 Vliller L1nda171110 Mische Diane 112143 53 60 85 Mische Lynd110160 97 Mitchell Mitchell M1tchem M1tchem Mitchem 'Vhtchum Vlltchum Vlitts K Evalena 181106 Larry 110197 Gene 19158 102 Lee 110195 97 Wanda 171110 joy 110198 Kenn17156 67 110 arren 171110 Vloler janet1l21-15 51 52 62 Monkres Deloris 191102 Moore Larry 191102 Vloore Mary 110152 98 Vlorris Ronn1e110173 98 Moss Boh112142 88 'Vlurphey Letha Ann 111110 Murphy Xlurrav 'X1urrax Murray 'Wu rrav Vlusick Mo11y112146 51 57 83 88 Carolvn18156 106 1111118157 106 Larrx 19166 69 74 R1chard112155 61 88 johnny 19118 102 Xhcrs R1chard111153 93 1Na Bcnn1e1715f 110 Ixcalv Frcc163 Ntas Harold 110153 55 98 K 1 1 , , 1 1 1 , 1 1 -1 1 , - ,ll 71 1 I 1 11' 1 -1 1 , - 1 1 1 ' 1 . .87 '- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1' 1 1 1 1 1 1A 1 y 1' , 1 - 1 1 1 , I 1 1' 1' 1 1 . 1 1 1 -, 1 I . 1 1 o 1- 1 1 , 1 - 1 1 , 9 ' , ' ' , , 1 1 - 1 -1 1 1 In 1"1 1 1 - .-1, T, - 1 1 1' 1 1 1 Vx p 51' 1' 15 1 1 11106 1 1 I - y , , A ' 98 , - , Lo , . . .10 ' , , , 22' I I A 1, 1 12, M ' , , , . 93 ' , 1 7 , , , 1 A , ' 1 F , , 1 , ' , ,54,57 1 -1 , . . ,- , , T,88 1 1 1 , . , Y ' ' v l 1 1 I 1 ' 1 7 7 1 ! I 7 Y A 'F . 1 I F-:T 1 I 1 1 - 1 Martin, Marsha A11n17156,110 Mitchum, Carl112155,88 ' H- 1 - 1 1 A 1 Y "KY 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 8 1 L , ' .38 1 , ff: J, , I , ' YV Y 1 , ' ', I. , - , l Y I Y 'Y l A , I ' 1 1 1 1 1 Q P 1'-7 1 1 VI' -1111 1 , -7, 1 ' I 1 ' f12,., ,114 . ' , , , 1 , T ,110 .1 1, I 7 , 1 -1 1 , 1 Y', I 8 , .I ' Y v- 1 1' 11 ,V 1 1 1 1 -+1 - 1 , '1 102 ' -8 1 ' A ,1 .1 ,-1 1 , . 1, '- 122 1 1 - 1 , 8 , - 1 , I J ' 'V' 1 1 ' .11 -11 1 '1 ' 1 1 F 1 1 '1 1 N . 3 1 1 5 1 1109 1' 1 ' 1 - 1 1' 1 . -1 '1 1 '11, ' A --.1 ,U 1 I 7 , 19,",', 1 " ,, ' - A :..7 Neas Kerm1t63 Neas Lalvlae 110532 43 55 Neas, Sue 195102 Needhng, Charles 1121 88 1 Nelander Sue 19562 102 New Car1185106 New jerrv1151l0 N1C1OlS F A 63 NlC11Ol5 1V1aur1ce110598 N1swanger Ava 110598 Nordyke Thaxne195102 Nor11s Fugene195102 Null hu1 jr 11 Null Arthur 63 Nunn erv 18536 44 45 67 74 15 5 The Index Perr1n Perrm Peters Peters Pett1bon Pettxbon Petubon Pembon Pettlbon Pett1bon Petty B Phelps Ph11br1c Ph1ll1ps P1111l1ps Ph1pps P1ckens R1chard110598 Rosemary 175110 Gary 19558 102 Laura 175110 V1ck1 17556 110 Kay1l1593 121 jack 110598 R1chard 195102 Cl1fford 19558 10 Tom 17556 74 110 111111543 66 68 75 janet 17557 110 11 Sue 19552 102 Charles 19558 102 Yvonne 112538 11 Martha 11556 110 Guyla 111593 Plckens Myrtle 18 81 Plke Bettv1l0598 Ogle Ogle Ogle Ogle Olson Olson Olson Greg110566 98 johnny 19518 44 74 102 Kathy 110598 Russell 110532 42 55 98 Gayle 112539 59 joe 7557 67 74 110 Leona 185106 P1ke Tandv112588 P1ke Tony 195102 P11cher Georg1a1125-17 60 87 88 119 P11eher Tommy 185106 P1otrowsk1 Dewey 17557 P1pp1n B11111 93 Olson Lynne 19553 102 Orr S111rley175110 Osborne joyce 111593 Osborne Rose 111553 93 O Toole Patr1ek 111560 93 O Rear Darrell 111593 Overman Kav195102 Overman Ronny 111593 Overton Marybelle 18556 106 Owen Rlclxy 19566 61 74 102 Owens Sanford 195102 Oyer Bobby 19554 102 Oyer Lorr1e19518 102 Oyer S1131011 111593 Parrxsh Carol 112553 88 Pa rr1s11 R1C1l3l2C1 110598 Pascoe Donna 115110 Penne Donna 19544 51 102 1 arse R V1 D Pea1se V115e1n1a 112537 43 5 61 8 Pe1rson Franees 111593 Peerv ja111es111 58 93 Peerx jo11n110558 98 Pent R1el1a1d110553 98 Pe1k1ns K 1olXn11551 110 Pe1k1ns P1t19559 102 Pe11111 1J3V11l 112588 P11111 j11es18 1 P 111n P111111054 8 P1pp1n james 17557 110 P11315111 Standlee 185106 Place L1nda 111593 117 Place Patr1c1a 175110 Pohl Bob111522 42 43 4 51 1 93 120 Pohl Marjor1e 23 81 Polk Lonnle 110598 Porter V1ncen1112543 51 52 8 8815 Preston john 112561 88 Prettyman Dorothy 110598 Pr1ce Delores 185106 PFICG Ronald 185106 Pryor Dott1e 110598 Pursley jamce 111552 93 Pyle Georg1a 185106 Pyle jane 63 Pyle Steve 17557 67 74 110 Quackenbush Quackenbush Ouackenbush Ouackenbush Quarton B111 Dee 63 james 111594 L1nda1151-1110 Ronald 185106 112529 11 66 69 Quarton Nancx 115110 Quarton Sa1ly110545 51 59 8 Quarton Susan 110545 51 59 Qulck Alan 110554 60 98 17 Y . ., .5 y T y 1, , ,TT,95, ', , 1 ,' I 98 , T , , 5 , , 1 Y 1 ' 1, ' -' -551,. , ' , ' ' ' , ' , , , 1L3 J ' , , ' J ' s 1 A l , I , ! 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'. 1'. 10 , L rl-5, 1 1' '31, "1" 2. , .,T7, , , ' ' , 5, , 18 , .T , 1 2, -1 : , Hn- 1 , ' , 1 , y Y , , 7, 'E .1, 5 -1- 1 - 88 , ' T , U 'Y' . ' 1 'E ' -7 T ' l ' 1 1- ' ' --fin , ,T ,T ,9 '4 , ' 7 . U -if al ,V ' r , :,- ,T , .1 , 1 ,T , . ' -H 4 - 1 98 isa , . ,--' y ' Hx - , j , , Sk., , - e"" ,,L11R' 5101 C' 1 1 57 19 R S LS Rabon Sharon 18556 106 Radford Gladys 42 18 81 Ragan james 19567 74 102 Ragan Mary Lou 195102 Ra1ney Leroy 17567 110 Ra1nev Paulme 63 Ralston Cheryl 195102 Ramsev Ed1th 112560 61 88 R amsey Sharon 195102 Ranclell joyce 110598 Rapp Carol 175110 Rapp Ehzabeth 111552 94 Rapp Lynne Da 19559 102 Rapp R1chard195102 Rapp Ronald 110552 98 Rasmussen Dale 111522 Rasmc Karen111522 46 57 1 Rasnle Saundra 175110 Ratterree Bob1l0598 Ratterree Deanna 11570 Reed Barry 17514 110 Reed M1ke195102 Reed Wavne 21 70 81 Rees Ab18551 106 Remmggton 13l1Z317L1l1 110598 Renfro Betty 112553 110 88 Rhoades F1anlxl1n175110 R11oades Harry 19558 102 Rlchardson An1e11a 18556 105 R1chardson Ann 110562 98 R1chardson 1V1ary111594 R1chex Lut1e1l0598 R1chmond Carol 185106 RlggS Darre1l112558 88 R1ggS Edward111594 R1ggs Marv Ann 19559 102 RlI111'116I' Gene 70 2 73 81 R1m111er juan1ta 47 82 R1mn1er L1nda111522 42 48 57 94 R1mmer Pattv 17556 110 Roberts Gary 110558 98 Rob1nson B1ll1e 110553 98 Rob1nson john 19519 58 103 Rob1nson Mary 112589 RODISOH Darrell 17557 110 ROOILLK Garv 19555 103 Rod1eek Wanda 112550 60 89 Rog,e1s Donna 195103 Rombael1 Vera 82 91 Rose Larrv1851f 106 Roush Martha 17515 110 Rowe Ronn1e18514 107 Rowton Gerald1ne 16 82 Rud1ger L1nda Lou 1 5110 Runxon Marv 19519 54 103 Russell Donald B 10 Russell james 8101 Scanlon Beverly 17156, 110 Schiller, Frances 21, 79, 82 S encer Albert 112150 Schonewetter, Louise 111151 53 94 Schwenck, Caryl 112145 47,50, 57 60 89 Schwenck Stephanie 17156 110 Scism Beverly 110153 98 Scism Sandra 171110 Scott Faye 171110 Scott Linda 19152 103 Scott Ruby 111153 94 Scott Sarah 181107 Seever Joan 110152 98 Sell Danny1l1194 Selsor David 112189 Selsor Robert 181107 Shafer Becky 19118 103 Shaver Barbara 18156 107 Shaw Elizabeth 62 78 82 83 Shaw Jim 191103 Shaw John 181107 Sheeks Larry 110198 Sheets Bob 112161 89 The Index Smith Nancy110152,59,99 Smith, Margie 171111 Smotherman, Patricia 112161 8 116 Snowden Da1ton111194 Snowden Harry 19158 103 Soukup Stanley 171111 Spears Carolyn112160 89 12 Spencer Spencer Spencer Spencer Joe 110199 Patr1c1a 18156 Stand Lee 110199 Vern 171111 Spillman Judy 19145 49 52 Splllman Virginia 18116 107 Sprenkle Danny 19158 Staffen Sandra 112146 51 57 62 89 Staffen Wanda 110199 Stanford B1111e171111 Starr, Addie 63 Starr Joan110153 59 99 Shepard Stanley 19118 53 103 Shepherd Barbara 18156 107 Shepherd Brenda 1111 54 94 117 Shepherd Jim 16 67 70 72 73 Shepley 81 82 Sam 181107 Sheridan James 19158 103 Sheridan Margaret 19159 103 Sherrick Mary111122 51 94 Sherrick Tom 110199 Starr Kenny 18144 67 74 107 Steele David 110199 Steincross G W 111162 94 Stephens Ann1l0199 Stephens Elizabeth 17115111 Steve Marlene110142 45 48 95 99 Stewart L1nda110152 Stong Sharon111194 Strasser Thomas 17153 111 Shipp Janice 171111 Shipp Judy 112189 Shoemaker Linda 19118 54 Shrewsbury Jim 111122 94 Shrewsbury Pat 191103 Shumaker Harold 110158 99 Shumaker Henry 181107 Shutters Nadine 110199 Shutters Ronn1e19158 103 Sidwell Richard 17167 111 Sikes Bonn1e110199 Simmons Beverly 18157 107 Simmons James 17151 111 Simon Jolene 112140 47 50 60 Simon Stollcr18174 107 Simpson Reva112161 89 Simpson 11111113 110199 Sullivan Patricia 171111 Swearingen Ann 19145 49 55 Swearingen Dave 110142 43 615 70 72 Swearmgen Madge 17157 111 Sweeney Thomas 111194 122 Talbott Gordon 17114 67 111 Taylor Betty 171111 Teel Bernice 15 80 82 Thomas Danny 111170 72 Thomas Judy 171111 Thomas Susan 111122 9-1 Thompson Charlotte 171111 Thompson Doris 112189 Thompson Janean11212-1 28 Tillery, Barbara 171111 Tillery, Carmen 181107 Titus, Floyd 110199 Tolle, Nell 60, 82 Tough, Janie 110199 Tough Judy 18144 49 107 Tow Gary111146 55 94 114 Trainor Trainor Transue Troegle Trosper Tucker Jackie 110199 Pat 110162 99 Perry 112125 60 90 Sharon 1711 11 Maude 171111 Danny 18157 107 Underwood Russell 171111 Urner Janet 110145 51 60 99 Urner Stan110166 67 99 Urner Tony 111152 94 Vandenburg Gene 110199 Vaughn Duane 18157 107 Vieth Johnny 111122 33 60 66 69 70 72 Vieth Kathy 191103 Wade Eddie 17157 74 111 Wade Jerry 111155 94 Wade Shirley 111150 94 Wait Margaret 17156 111 Walden Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker Wallace Wallace Wallace Wallace Wallace Sharon 191103 Charles 110158 99 Cheryl 17156 lll Edward 112158 90 Helen 181107 Jerry1l1122 51 62 Johnny 110199 Lucille 111194 Rosalyce 112160 90 Russell 171111 Bcth 111194 Carol 18116 107 Glen 110199 Janct 111159 62 94 Richard 18117 57 107 Ware Latry18157 107 1 9, 7 Q 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 , , , , , 116 1 119 , 1 A 1 , ,89 ' , , 1 - 1 1 , , , 1 T , 1 ' ' ,107 , 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 , , 1 ' 103 U , . , . . . 1 1 1 , ,103 , 7 7 I 1 1' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 , ,114 , , , ' J 1 1 1 1 1 . I 1 ' V I 3 1 1- 1 Y 7- ' 1 1 1 1 1 7 ' 1 h 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 194 1 1 I 1 1 . 1 ' I 1 1 -1 1 ' , , 51, ., ,118 W l 1 1 1 1 1 l - 1 1 ' 1 1 T 1 1 -1 . , . , , . . ' . , 1 ' 1 103 1 U D 1' Y I I 7 7 Y l D 3 ' Y Shrewsbury, John111155,94 99,123 Walker, Clyde1l0199 1 ' 7 1 ' 1 I ' I 1 ' 1 X 1 V1 ' Y , 1 1' 1 , ' T 94 ' 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 1 I . I I 1 ' 1 1 Q 1 1 1 . T1 111- 1 I 1 - --'1 - -N1 1 - 7 1 2 I 89 Q, , - , Y I I 1 D ' 1 1 ' l 7' I 7 ' Xl 1 - -1 7' y I , 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 T7, ,9 , S , 1 f F-, ' 1 99 , j I . I 5 1 . . . 1 . 1 ' ' v - J 1 Y 1 A 1 l 1 '--1Q4 1 T 1 1 l I 1 1 1 ' 1 1 - 1 -1 1 A 1 1 Q Y 1 19 1 7 1 X 1 ' V . 1 1 1 1 1 1.9 Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Arthur 110199 Bonnie 19145 48 55 1 Eldon 112189 Gary 18157 107 Iva 181107 Janet 111152 Johnny 19155 103 Joyce 191103 Mary 1711 1 1 5 61 0 Tompson Pat 110142 52 9 Thompson Virginia 181107 Thompson V1aneta 110199 Thron Paul 111158 94 Thurman Duane 112124 28 39 -12 43 57 10 62 66 67 90 17 Wastell Pcggy 110152 99 Watson Rosemary 19153 103 Webb Richard 181107 Weber Weber Weber Webc r Webc r Weber Danme19158 103 Frcd 17144 lll Harry 111142 66 94 Jack 110199 Leland 110199 leddy 17174 111 Weber Verna 111153 94 Webster Mary 181107 Wegerer 11dy 110121 98 Wehmeygr hva Sue 171111 Webmgygr Terry 181107 We1mho1d Larry 112161 W 1r B F 2 We1r L11L1I'111lEi 112128 37 42 45 46 47 52 57 12 Welsch TLrry110199 Weltmer Ruth 11 Whalan Lou1se19155 1V111I3kL1 Glenna 191103 Whlte NanCV1fb103 Whlte V1ckx111111 V1 11Hht Sheldon 19166 67 74 103 W11cox Carl 112158 90 W11Ly Car1Lta111152 94 WllhLl111SOD Irgne 63 W11he1mson Katberme 111122 1Vlll'l61lT1'5OI1 V1rg1n1a 9 90 117111181115 Claudla 112138 90 V171ll131T1S Harrx 110158 99 1N1ll13IT15 111111110199 1Vlllld111S 1udy181107 11111131115 N'1arv112160 90 W1nter Patty 111154 94 1Vll'1I6I' Sam 18156 107 Wmters Ellzabeth 18145 107 Wmterb Karen 112141 59 90 6 Wmtcrs L11v181101 1 rtb C1u1s11 Wwe C.1ro1vn110151 59 99 Wltte Wolfe Wood Wood Wood V1 ood Wood W ood Kav181107 Lmda 111122 47 52 57 93 94 Bxron 111158 94 La Merna Mrs 63 Marahall 171111 Martha 191103 Patty 181107 P11y111s19159 103 VVoodfH1 Katby112125 49 62 Woodf1ll Marv 19144 45 54 101 Woods Carol 110199 V1 oods Da1Q112161 90 Voods 1 L1 111 1NOOlL1lA1il1,,L L ther 11117 Woolvn W r1g,11t Wr1g11t VN rlgbt V1 r1gbt Wyatt Wyncb 1ton Tommy 19155 103 13uddV19144 103 111111112 110158 99 L1nda112132 35 52 61 90 Paula 181107 Patr1L1x111111 La11y 112132 34 43 1 A :'s . a 1 I' 7, l Y ,QQ , Y , 7 "l I Y , , , Y Y ' , ,89,90 e' , . . 3 , . , Y I 7 Y Y43! 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Nevada High School - Nevamo Yearbook (Nevada, MO) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 1

1963

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