Nevada High School - Nevamo Yearbook (Nevada, MO)

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From THE 1960 EVAMO Volume Twenty-three NEVADA JUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH SCHCOL Linda Wolfe Editor Jody Couch Associate Editor Mrs. Gene Rimmer Spomor Nevada, Missouri TABLE OF CONTENTS Administration School Life Organizations Sports Faculty and Classes Faculty Seniors juniors Sophomores Freshmen Eighth Graders Seventh Graders Staff Advertisers Index "When you care enough to read the very best." l ,gp-'Y """"'-Qu .. 543' Mx" lf. ' aw, .Lx ' 5, I ,f lu , 5' kj, . .S -gig, Fmt Af' ' WMA , '- A x Nevada junior - Senior High School and Logan Field is I, Control Enters And EFFICIENCY IS THE SECRET . . . Keeping the files in order is only one of the varied duties of Mrs Virginia Wilhelmson, regis- trar and secretary to the principal. "MAY I HELP YOU?" . . . As you enter Superintendent Jones' office, you are greet ed by the friendly smile of Mrs. Ruth Welt- mer, secretary of the Board of Education and to Superintendent Jones. HQ, , COMPETENT Ass1sTANT serving as an able assistant t is .3 1 ' gg, 91" Centets Here EN THUSIAS TIC SUPERINTENDENT Under the capable and ambitious leadership of Superintendent C. H. Jones, Jr., Nevada R-5 District with 1854 students and 131 em- ployees has soared to the top in educational standards. Because of his interest in our school, civic affairs, and many other fields, Mr. Jones is an outstanding example of a top -notch adminis tra tor. ,aww YNKMM.- , . .,., V... ,.,,,w"r!! 'GOOD MORNING, THIS IS MR. KEITHLY' . . . These familiarwords are associated with Nevada High School's principal, W. Garland Keithly. Giving the announce- ments over the newly installed "intercom" is only one of Mr. Keithly's many duties. Although his schedule is a busy one, he always finds time to discuss students' problems. N i .41 ROY W. PEARSE. IR., M. D. President DON B. RUSSELL, Vice-President Lawyer Busy Citizens . . . Aside from their busy schedule as business and professional men, the members of the Board of Education find time to direct the educational policy of the R-5 schooldistrict. As a form ofaSupreme Court, the board has all final approvals and decisions concerning the school district. This is a big job, which demands, above GEORGE LOGAN Owner of Logan-Moore Lumber Company pu..-.. of Support Schools all, faith in America'S future citizens and a devoted interest for the educa- tional welfare of the students of the Nevada school district. Nevada is fortunate to have men on its school board Who are Sincerely dedicated to making the Nevada schools the train- ing ground of better Americans. O. M. FLORY Owner of Flory Pharmacy HUBERT FOWLER, Secretary President of First Finance Company STANDLEE LOVE, M. D. As Bill Petty, Donna Guinn, Mary Woodfill, and john Duncan get ready for a "big night," uppermost in their minds is the prospect of having a good time. just as our theme, CON TEM- PORARY GRIEETING CARDS, symbolizes happiness and excite- ment, the remembered moments of Nevada High School':s social life are pleasant ones. The prom, the Youth Club, the 8 CHINIL LIFE Anti-Van, the LlI1fOfgl,UIl2lblC sock lmps, me "Win, Tigcrs, Win," rcsoundillg from the walls of thu gym . . . these and llmu daily rouriuu of classes, Illc mad scrumhlu for lunch, and lllUllO1llk'W ard trips Wlllllllt gang nmlw our school llfu Iruly lmwnmmrululu. Wish I Didn't Have to Take Mg Mother! ff l QI HI PERSONALITY PLUS de- scribes the 1960 NEVAMO King, Linn Wynes. Nomi- nated by the Seniors and elected by the student body oi5,the,-upper three grades, Linn has a vvinning Way at the polls . He also served as student Mayor for a Day High' school days have been active for Linn, for he has been a participant in athle- tic, dramatic, musical, and student government organi- zations . Linn's future plans include college at Pittsburg Kansas, where he will major in physical education . ill IS: giwggmmagir WIT AND WISDOM are as- sociated with the 1960 NEVAMO Oueen, Jody Couch. Her ready quips and pleas- ant disposition have won classmates since her first day of school. Holding of- fice in several organizations, Jody has led an active school career Working in Student Council, Tigerettes, NEVA- MO, Thespians, and National Honor Society. Interest in her COE hospital position led her to choose Missouri University for specializing in medical technology. I L 2 ,C gwd lrriyi Jody Couch Senior NEVAMO QUEEN Selected as Court for Nevamo Royalty NG' '5- Rama Campbell Karen Rasnic Donna Guinn ,1 'x Danny Thomas jolm Ebbs Earl Devore Band Stars in Instrumental Fantasy up Xxsmff Y ,za vt- ' 1 N3 Q The Band Concert, entitled Instrumental Fantasy, set the scene for the coronation of the 1959 1960 band queen. Wanda Koontz, crown bearer, attendants Jim Murray and Sharon Dodson, Freshmeng Alan Quick and Donna Fisk, Iuniorag Johnny La Guire and Linda Shoemaker, Sopho- moresg and Ellen Fisher, flower bearer, surround Gary Balk, Drum Major, and MaryAnn Gose, Band Queen. The queen and her attendants reigned over dancers in Fantasyland following the concert. L .,.r,. Nt -mum.-11-uw, , ww-wr f . ra , ., ..r.,. , wt H , , t,.t, tat,r:,,a,,,rum , aM.mwMammrmavt,' r -f,f , - Q. , , 1-v.,,J.a Parties Spark the Spirit of .H.S. aff, New T' L, YOU MEAN YOU JUST HAVE ONE BLUE AND ONE RED SHOE LEFT? CARNIVAL CAPERS , , . Gary Tow and Gwen Maahs look at the decorative background for their crowning as the King and Queen ofthe F. T.A. Mardi Gras. The F.T.A. members and their dates, decked out in festive hats and masks, spent the gala evening dancing, blowing horns, and throwing confetti. BOY, YOU'VE GOT SHARP TOENAILS . . . The N. H,S. student body rocked the gym after the Carthage game with a sock hop, the first to be held in the new gym. Although we lost an exciting game, everyone had loads of fun. 3 2 1 1 - fa .15 , ..Q:- - H5272 Q sam Y.. 'li' - flTfffii'i5 4s K 1 4 S 9 , 3 H 32 x w 51 4' , 9? vp sp 2 142 "2Qf'5S5 2 -if N. f Y ,imp ., WQX fr , 4 E , IN as W.. e-mf . ,garfiii 'ik X ,li A In 5 X Af 0' 'Q E Z . Aff km kk .PH-, Q X .,, spit? in gi? W f . is L ' '-5 I ,say sms.. . if :saw A Q, H151 ..f,- Q, iq-.fi ' , . f ' 7 M, -4 k 'L . 'LF' f' 'TSE . -7 l' ' "IQ-2' . 7 ' 'K A fzf, ' M '1'iiz,I-IQ ,Qif V nm: Gumhy i M L S ' 1, - wfz' ' , L if A f . , , - we K -in A 4 J' S ' I 'T I- ' J is - 'Wi' M K VL, L L'.. is: .. 1 54 g .1 f- 'J ' TEQ- K' , 7 iif5zgT13kMzff . L 'jg .17 2 53555 I si fiififx . X svwmeimfmsgwiww,-ffimvgg2,fma,5sa,,1enm swse33gWemyMW2,,::,M,MMM,ZM,, 7 ' ':,1,L 4-KafiEy,vl'1.2,,1NA ZT573I"e1? '. Swigigflkiifz- .ui3?iSi1f! LEFT! RIGHT! CHA CHA CHA. . . Even though the Homecoming game was postponed, N, H, S, students were still in high spirits and had a merry time dancing all evening. Homecoming YEA TIGERS! BEAT MONETT!. . . This was the cry from the N.H.S. student body before Homecoming festivities. Because of had wea- ther, the game was postponed, but the dance was still held. FOWARD MARCH! ..... The Nevada High School hand leads the Home- coming pep rally parade around the square in rhythm. Activities -W., M .,.,M-MMM i,..w,w-M A CROWN FIT FOR ROYALTY. . . . Donna Guinn, Bill Petty, Queen Nancy Brown, Gerald Dah- mer, Rama Campbell, and John Bussinger reign over the Homecoming dance. Y ' 5 4 Ad-"Mn 7 'N . WS j "'v W 3 --"' il w-sa' .. All"9'f ,gnu 'ml i -ual' 9""" . Q 1- g-1' I if Q-1-gn' n i i ir' WS' - i .5 a. - .iff f Z3-Q f. ICROWN THEE, NANCY! ....... Gerald Dahmer places the crown on Nancy Brow n ' s head proclaiming her Home- coming Queen for 1959. Q. 3 . f Q 'J Y z -Mu K K - ,ff i - .. Y-Qi 4 : '7 f if .f71ffif" ' .. , I wp-.w.i,,. 'LN ' .W S f W'-"'fvs,,. WELCOME HOME! ..... Superintendent and Mrs. C. H. jones act as host and hostess to Tom Vogel, Sherry White, Gary Hayde, and Linda Bell, who returned for Homecoming festivities. 17 Silver Tiger Game WE WANT THAT SILVER TIGER! The stud- ents of Nevada High had their fingers crossed in hopes that we could repossess t h e coveted Silver Tiger from the Lamar Tigers. In a dif- ficult struggle between the black and red and the crimson and g r ay Tigers, Nevada came out victorious by a sc ore of 25 to 13. Gwen Maahs andlvlary Sherrick drum up enthusiasm for the game by making posters. ncle - Van Ushers in Halloween Season WAITING FORTHEWITCHES . . . . . . . The crowd awaits the arrival of the witches and an evening of fun and good food. STIRRING THE WITCHES' BREW ..... To see what juicy bit of gossip they can find are the Uncle Van wit- ches. ,iw CROWDS AND CONFUSION. . . Set the scene for the Uncle Van Party. f 4 45. Anti - Van Activities . . Halloween, season of temptation, has been no vandalism problem for the citizens of Nevada since 1947. It was at this time the idea of a student-sponsored anti vandalism program began to take form behind the initiative of Su- perintendent C. H. jones. This ide a grew and finally matured into a seven-hour frolic full of fun and activities for everyone. Recognition from the Parents' Magazine for two years and front page feature in the "Kansas City Star" proves that Nevada High School has something to be proud of in their Anti -Van. BELLES OF THE BALL . . . . . . Princess Gerry Hendrix and attendant Theresa Payne honor their subjects, Ab Rees and Colin Fairchild, with a dance. THIS OLD HOUSE . . . Holds no fears for Judy Jan Bell, Jerry Nunn, David Barton, and Donna Pascoe. CHECKER CHEATERS . . . Barney Fisher and Carolyn Erickson share the limelight as Patty Koehler, Martha Roush, Dari Hensley, and Gary Moore look on. x 20 milf an Er :Z My warn, is Abolish Vandalism W A W 432. qi.-fi , , I 'li ' , , FIRST ROYALTY IN NEW SCHOOL . . . Bobby Nicodemus, Seventh Grade, Lynn Whitworth, Freshman, Raymond Craw- ford, Sophomore, Dave Swearingen, Iuniorg Princess Gerry Hendrix and Prince Ted Weber, Eighth Grade, La Mae Neas, Juniorg Mary Woodfill, Sophomoreg Judy Tough, Freshman, Theresa Payne, Seventh Grade, King Larry McCoy and Queen Linda Little, Seniors. sfo X Y O a , 5 . I X :. 'Q I X s X ,K I X 1 x W- - - L aas.i X sr, at THE HUNGRY FIVE . . . Diane Byram, Jack Weber, JudyTougl1, Larry Sheeks, and Robert Milford take a food break. 21 qf' SINGING ENGINEERS .... Ronnie Hall, Kem Keithly, Lyle Catron, and Howard jones build steam. EFFERVESCENT ELOISE. . Brenda Davidson bubbles over as she relates her antics with Horace, her turtle, Coonskin Chapeau THE FIRST TIME WE SAW PARIS Was the theme for tourists, models and natives, Jody Couch, Howard Jones,Martha Koehler, Linda Ri mmer Linda Wolfe, Marilyn Fairchild, Karen Rasnic, Sara Kapple, La Mae Neas John Walker, Salle Duncan, and Mar Sherrick. f 1 'in ' 1 if '1-'R 31 .5 g I wh! A a rn- 1 I xxx!! ' ' gr i K3 Ii.-I 'S'--"'1"'1":,,e an '. kgg...,, 'L ei I, if 'K 1 VL is s 4 , K V ,ff if TENNESSEE TACTICS Are tried unsuccessfully on Parisian Monsieurs as Sondra Gehrs, Bob Current, Linn Wynes Bill Hall John Duncan Bob Pohl and Howard Jones star in "Coonskin Chapeauf' ANTI - VAN PRINCESS Gerry Hendrix Eighth Grade ANTI - VAN PRINCE Ted Weber Ezlgbtb Grade wi, .yr is x .ff ' f X I i 11 3-Q, -1L' ' 24 ff ANTI - VAN KING Lcmjf McCoy Senior 1 A ri f 'mx Q 4 fi: ' 2 ANTI - VAN QUEEN Linda Little Senior unior - Senior Prom Spent on Isle of . . . BY THE WATERFALL, , , Are Twink Mathis, Karen Fine, Bi11Christopher, and Mary Sher rick. Es v LS ,f X f v Q ."'v' 1 MOONLIGHT ON THE KAI. . . . Or the sea -ui . Q provides the reaiis tic background for J mooniighrers Wayne Dixon, Sondra Gehrs, N , Eddie Riggs, Kay Jackson, Sharon Cole v , and Terry Fox. V.-ed' FORMALS VERSUS THE MUUMQI. . . Could be the subject for discussion among Bruce Archer, Janice Herring, Frances Pearson, and Kay Pettibon. EL Golden Dreams ALOHA! PEHEAOETP. . . . Or "Welcome! How are you?" Might be the greeting from islander Sue Ann Harpold to Iudy Dennison and Gary Balk. 'R ff f .,. vt e . MH! ,. ,UM 5 , P I' 2571 WEE . ix 1 , ir if SWA K r, 15glwk"l its "W 5 .gg gf? 3- 3 ,, Sw 'E R R lhmalafttlff - it e 8 - BEACH COMBERS. . . .Donna Payne, Bill Brown, Buddy Wright, and Ann Swearingen provide the colorful setting for guests Hazel McGee and David Bishop. 27 LEIS LEND ATMOSPHERE. . . . . To the conversations of Larry Craig, Linda Place, Joe Jadlow, Jim Adams, Mary Richardson, and Ruby Scott. 'W ,,.,,,,..,..-.-a-4 'M--Q-0'-'- , -arm 5- THAT BEAT IS WAY OUT, MAN! . . . MaryAnnGose, Jean Barone, Beverly Huckaby, and Terry Fox are really jazzing it up as they get ready for their next big engagement. Symbol- izing the clubs and organizations of N. H. S. , the Senior High Combo is only one of the many components making up the busy life of any N.H.S. student--whether he be a seventh grader or a Senior. Who can forget the long hours of planning, 28 0liGA IZATIO working, and decorating to make this party ab- solutely the best? Notoniy do the organizations of N,H,S. furnish enjoyment to their members, but they also train our future leaders and citi- zens. Pins, charters, awards, and certificates are all indicative of the many opportunities offered. So what? Nobodq liked Mozart in his time either! , GP Q- 9 O ff x.. Nb BOY STATERS OF TODAYg BUSINESSMEN OF TOMORROW . . . Having spent a week at Boys' State in Warrensburg, Missouri, Bob Pohl, Earl Devore, John Ebbs, and Jim Gibson discuss the valuable experiences pained during that memorable week in June. Here Lie . . . KNACK FOR KNOWLEDGE . . . Bob Pohl, Karen Rasnic, and Rama Campbell took scholastic honors this year as the three too-ranking Seniors out of a class of 140 students. When the grade averages for the first seven semesters of high school were com- puted, Bob Pohl came out ranking first, Rama Camp bell, second, and Karen Rasnic, third. . . . the Honors CONVENTION DELEGATES . . . ROW ONE f --Fred Fowler, Donna Pascoe, and Tommy J I-laynes. ROW TWO--Sue Ann Harpold, Bob . 37, Pohl, and Jody Couch. ROW THREE--Earl 4 Devore, Dave Swearingen, and John Ebbs. Y " These delegates represented Nevada Junior- ' -X Senior High School at the following conven- tions: the state convention in Jefferson City, Missouri, the national convention in Pitts- burgh, Pennsylvania, and the leadership ,L . conferences in Denver, Colorado, and in L J Columbia, Missouri. V Ki' H, AwARn WINNERS . . . Linda Rimmer, n A W ft winner of the Betty Crocker Homem aking 5, ' ny Test. and Jody Couch, winner of the state sa K I N 1 a:" '--i-' ff- . Z D. A.R. award, hurry to class. Jody Couch also was Nevada High School's representa- tive to Girls' State. CONGRESSMAN'S CHOICE . . . Loyd Lavender and Earl Devore received nominations for entrance into two U. S. Service Academies. Congressman William J. Randall nominated Loyd for entrance into the Merchant Marine Academy and Earl for the opportunity to compete with ten other Missourians for entrance into the U.S. Air Force Ac ademy, -JV X W W, in , ,- M17 .L 4.,,s..,.,, . . , .t .M L Ati, fair ' ,ff . .,fA. , A 31 unior and Senior High Councils . . . COUNCIL POW -WOW--Senior Council President Bob Pohl, Vice-President John Ebbs, and Dr. George E. Mathis of Denver, Colorado check last minute convention details with Junior Council President Fred Fowler and Vice-President Bobbie Hartel. Under the leadership of W. R . Hamblin, jr., the junior High Stu- dent Council meets Weekly to dis- cuss and suggest improvements for the betterment of junior High. The Council's main money-male ing project is selling pencils to all grades. To be a member of the Council, you must be elected from a seventh or eighth grade home room. ROW ONE--Barney Fisher, Marcia Rimm Io Lasley, Norma Io Falor, Toni Estes, Joanne Brown, and Barry Reed. ROW FO Stan Jones. r J' ,aw ,ez . P' er, Donna Pascoe, Treasurer, Judy Bell, Secretary, Janet Gatrell, Reporter, Carole Ann Beaver, and Lee Wolfe. ROW TWO--Regar Todd, Mary Cheryl Starr, Gary Van Mater, and Tommy Haynes. ROW THREE--Karolyn Perkins, Eddie Wade, Fred Weber, Margie Lukenbill, Sam La Due, UR--Lynn Brown, Nancy Ouarton, Gerry Hendrix, and ' A - 4 4 isis. if rf' P -- swf. ' :GMX tif' X. in 'Q 52 . . . Endeavor to Serve School l il ' 4 - '43 N. Q wi 'hifi VN- -fl-7?-1lX.s K 3' Q ff' 5' 1 .., ff f l af.:-if-.. I X s, X f . Q Y in ' ii ,1 ROW ONE--Mary Woodfill, Jean Barone, La Mae Neas, Nancy Brown, Joyce AITICS, Susie McGehee, Suzanne Armitage, Sharon Dodson, and Jody Couch, Secretary. ROW TWO--Buddy Wright, Bill Brown, Lynn Whit- worth, Sue Ann Harpold, Linda Charles, Sara Kapple, Judy Tough, and Janice Beisley. ROW THREE--Harold Neas, Richard Donaldson, Raymond Crawford, Danny Young, D. A. Crawford, Jery Nunn, Rama Campbell, and Linda Wolfe. ROW FOUR--Linn Wynes, Norman Garton, Twink Mathis, Earl Devore, Dave Swearingen, Kem Keithly, Kenny Starr, Gerald Dahmer, and Bob Current, Treasurer. sl One of the most active organi- zations in Nevada High School is the Senior High Student Coun cil, under the direction of Miss Gladys Radford. Among the many activities of the council this year were the Anti-Van, White Christmas, Mayor for a Day, elections, school dances, assemblies, and the Council convention, which was the big- gest project. The Council pro- motes good citizenship and sportsmanship in order to keep our school a friendly one. BUSINESS IS POPPIN' . . . Jimmy Bar- nett takes a popcorn break to help Lynn Whitworth and Doug Breen make money for the Student Council. 35 Nevada Hosts Distnct Convention OFFICIAL GREETERS--Rama Campbell and Earl De- vore assist in the big task of registering delegates. Q HOSPITALITY nosrsss--Judy Tough ofthe B Senior Council welcomes convention guests at a reception in the home economics room. One of the biggest events for the junior and Senior Councils this year was hosting the Southwest Missouri Association of Student Councils' convention. Thirty-six schools in this area sent 341 delegates to the tor of Student Activities in Denver, Colorado, was the featured speaker. Both junior and Senior Councils worked diligently to make this event an outstanding occasion. COUNCIL LEADERS--Mr. W. R. Hamblin, Ir., Sponsor of Junior Council and Miss Gladys Radford, Sponsor of Senior Council, check over the program scheduled for the con- vention with Dr. Mathes. ,,,,.,.f-1' tc ' Q' its 34 meeting at which Dr. Mathes, Direc- Students Assume City Duties for a Da LET'S HEAR YOUR IDEAS ON UR- BAN DEVELOPMENT . . . may be the request of Mayor Linn Wynes to Councilmen Dale Rasmussen, Bob Current, Kem Keithly, and Gary Balk. Chug holes, paving and guttering, and tax assessments are only a few of the many pro- blems facing the civic leaders. This year's annual Mayor for a Day Project was scheduled for March 15. RALLY ROUND THE TABLE . . . ROW ONE--Linda Wolfe, City Clerk and Treasurerg Sondra Gehrs, Park Superintendent, Pat Thompson, Finance Collectorg Doris Garrett, City Assessorg Kathryn Middleton Health Officerg and Buddy Wright, Police Judge. ROW TWO--Harry Weber, Police Chief: Larry Ewing, Milk Inspectorg Terry Fox, Street Superintendentg Leroy Lafferty, Superintendent of Sewer Plantsg Bill Hall, Fire Chiefg Dave Swearingen, City Managerg Danny Young, Project Engineerg and Howard Jones, Attorney. ' -V -::,w-gpg ' 4 ' """'A " ,V ,, .wetsuit.,4s,.aa+mm.-sich ,,.,..u. f , U C ..,,uw,-f i ,. 35 Z 5' United Funds Sponsors Youth Club ROW ONE--Sally Quarton, Vice-President, Sue Nelander Reporter Susan Ouarton President Mary Woodfill Sec retary, Gaye Howell, Treasurer, Mrs, William Allen and Mrs Jack Woodfill Sponsors ROW TWO Jonet Galla gher, Wanda Koontz, Pat Trainor, Janie Tough, La Mae Neas Jacquie Trainor Marsha Martin and Cindy Allen ROW THREE: Becky Ferry, Janet Lasley, Connie Kelso Suzanne Armitage Barbara Brittingham Mary Ann Fergu son, and Carol Anderson. ROW FOUR: Elizabeth Remington Janet Urner Bonnie Smith Ann Swearmgen Donna Payne, Glenna Whitaker, and Carol Frazier. ROW FIVE Linda Shoemaker Kathy Vieth Barbara Shaver Susie McGehee, Judy Tough, Elizabeth Winters, and Linda Jones ROW SIX Nancy rortune Janet Hatfield Joyce Ames Elaine Harper, Lily Winters, David Barton, and Don Brown TOYS BRING JOY--Susan and Sally Quarton present repaired toys to Bill Phillips of the American Legion. Student entertainment is the goal of the Youth Club Council. Throughout the school year, the Youth Club is open for dancing and games on Tuesdays, Thurs- days, Saturdays, and after ball games. The Council's first big project of the year was the Uncle-Van, which is the opener for the Halloween season. Dur- ing Thanksgiving, the Council sponsored a Turkey Trot. The biggest project of the year was fixing old toys for the needy at Christmas time. Theping-pongtables were turned into Santa's Workshop. The Youth Club Council is one of the activi- ties made possible. by the United Com- munity Funds . A , I , 2 , t . 3 tc I , 4 V. H , sr' 1' nb F,T.A. . . ROW ONE--Jaye Comer, Linda Haynes, Wanda Koontz, Ann Richardson, Joyce Ames, Judy Spillman, and Elaine Harper. ROW TWO--Elizabeth Winters, Jonet Gallagher, Mary Woodfill, Kathryn Middleton, Suzan Kraft, Carol Anderson, Beth Brown, Mary Ann Fer- guson, and Connie Kelso. ROW THREE--Sue Nelander, Kathy Vieth, Pat Trainor, Rita Gehrs, Linda Place, Janet Wallace, and Lily Winters. ROW FOUR--Mrs. Myrle Fraser, sponsorg Howard Jones, Donna Guinn, Kem Keithly, and Mrs. Gail Keithly, Co-sponsor. ROW FIVE-- La Mae Neas, Treasurer, Janet Lasley, Parliamentariang Janice Beisley, Librariang Jerry Walker President, Linda Little, Reporter, Linda Rimmer, Secretaryg Gwen Maahs, Vice-President, and Marilyn Fairchild, Historian. Clubs Recognize Scholarship and Careers NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY , . . ROW ONE--Gwen Maahs, Donna Guinn, Jeanie McGehee, Rama Campbell, Karen Rasnic, Linda Rimmer, Linda Wolfe, Shirley Wade, Kathryn Middleton, Guyla Pickens, and Sondra Gehrs. ROW TWO--N ancy Brown, Beverly Huckaby, Jean Barone, Danny Young, Kem Keithly, Richard Donaldson, Kendall Lawrence, and Sharon Fassel. ROW THREE--Janet Lasley, Carol Little, Sue Ann Harpold, Janice Beisley, Joe Jadlow, Jim Gibson, Bill Christopher, Ann Swearingen, and Linda Shoemaker. ROW FOUR--Bob Pohl, Bob Current, Dale Rasmussen, Gary Balk, John Ebbs, and Pat O'Toole. .?' Ami, "f"'if":?f"'xf I X ' 9 ur h a ngylisfgll .ff ,uk Tigerettes . . . "B" CHEERLEADERS--ROW ONE-- Susie McGehee, Loretta Lyon, Nancy Brown, Assistant Head Cheer leader, and Marlene Steve, Head Cheerleader. ROW TWO--Ann SWCHFHIQSD, Judy Spillman, Judy Tough, and Linda Charles. ROW ONE--Mrs. Gail Keithly, Sponsor, Becky Shafer, Helen Hinkle, Linda Jones, Mary Ann Gose, Susan Thomas, Janie Tough, Vice-Presi- dent, La Mae Neas, Secretaryg and Linda Little, Treasurer. ROW TWO- -Georgia Pyle, Kay Jones, Wanda Koontz, Mary Sherrick, Jacquie Train- or, Phyllis Wood, Janice Johnston, Brenda Davidson, and Linda Haynes. ROW THREE--Donna Beisly, Karen Eslinger, Sharon Ramsey, Elaine Har- per, Mary Woodfill, Pat Trainor, Jean Barone, Linda Place, Nancy White, and Linda Hawkins. ROW FOUR--Beverly Simmons, Verna Weber, Glenna Whitaker, Donna Payne, Carol Gose, Janet Urner, Gaye Howell, Sara Kapple, and Sandra Hawkins. ROW FIVE--Sue Neas, Mary Richard- son, Sue Nelander, Judy Wegerer, Carol Wallace, Donna Jo Fisk, Mary- belle Overton, Tobie Lawrence, and Marilyn Fairchild. ROW SIX-- Sharon Milford, Rama Campbell, LynneOlson, Barbara Beisly, Susie McGehee, Loretta Lyon, Ann Swearingen, Joyce Ames, and Nancy Brown. ROW SEVEN--Beverly Huckaby, Sharon Fassel, Martha Wood, Barbara Shaver, Jonet Gallagher, Donna Rogers, Kay Kafer, Bobbie Howell, and Elizabeth Winters. ROW EIGHT--Mary Ann Riggs, Frances Bullock, Diane Adams, Jerry Walker, Sharon Frazier, Pat Cruse, Janet Wallace, and Judy Dennison. 58 lr, . . . Back Teams "A" CHEERLEADERS--Sondra Gehrs, Head Cheerleaderg Linda Hawkins, Sandra Haw- kins, Linda Rimmer, Suzan Kraft, Sue Ann Harpold, Joyce Ames, and Marilyn Fair- child, Assistant Head Cheer- leader. ROW ONE--Jody Couch, President, Bonnie Smith, Historian, Janice Beisley, Assistant Secretary, Sharon Dodson, Parliamentarian, Suzanne Armitage, Reporter, Kathy Vieth, Donna Johns, and Kathryn Middleton. ROW TWO--Karen Emery, Nancy Fortune, Ann Richardson, Rita Gehrs, Connie Havens, Barbara Brittingham, Sue Philbrick, and Gwen Maahs. ROW THREE--Sondra Gehrs, Mary Ann Ferguson, Susan Quarton, Sally Quarton, Janet Hatfield, Kendall Lawrence, Janet Lasley, and Ann Stephens. ROW FOUR--Linda Rimmer, Kay Dahmer, Lettie Bell, Con- nie Kelso, Joan Starr, Nancy Smith, Barbara Shepherd, and Shirley Car- penter. ROW FIVE--Suzan Kraft, Katherine Wilhelmson, Susan Harper, Ellen Fisher, Pat Shrewsbury, Glenna Fox, Alida Fassel, and Carol Little ROW SIX--Marlene Steve, Sue Ann Harpold, Judy Spillman, Judy Tough, Linda Charles, Dixie Cowan, Betsey McDermott, Linda Shoemaker, and Becky Ferry. ROW SEVEN--Virginia Haggard, Lily Winters, Donna Guinn, Jeanie McGehee, Karen Rasnic, Linda Wolfe, Becky Williams, and Carol Anderson. ROW EIGHT--Kay Jackson, Pat Nutt, Frances Dove, Kay Overman, Carol Zilliox, MargaretSheridan, Barbara Arm- strong, and Julie Dahmer. 59 The pep club of Senior High, the Tigerettes, composed of girls from grades 9-12, is sponsored by Mrs. Gail Keith- ly. Not only are Tigerettes in charge of all Homecoming decorations, but the decora- tion committee is also re- sponsible for Wrapping the goal posts in the school colors for all home games. After the girls have been in Tiger- ettes a semester, the new members are officially inaug- urated with a coke party . Cheering the teams to victory and keeping up that TIGER SPIRIT are the goals of the club. Tigerettes have a spe- cial section in which they sit during home games, and they take a bus to all out-of-town games . Sweater Club Helps Tiger Cubs ROW ONE--Mrs, Bernice Teel, Sponsor, Marcia Rlmmer, Nancy Quarton, Gerry Ilendrix, Karolyn Perkins, Janet Gatrell, Treasurer, Sylvia Kelso, llistoriang Charlotte Norwood, Secretary, Norma lfalor, Vice-President, Sheryl Bryant, President, Judy Bell, Reporter, Barbara Shaver, Marybclle Overton, and Toni Estes. ROW TWO--Cindy Allen, Marsha Martin, Sharron Franz, Virginia Johnson, Deanna Ratterree, Sharon Balk, Vicky White, Carolyn Erickson, Linda Bernhardt, Mary Rhyne, Mary Jo Lasley, Susan Swager, Velma Attcbery, and Jackie Wales. ROW THREE-- Lois Deinaree, Pat Koehler, Dana Legan, Donna Pascoe, June Woods, Martha Roush, Patricia Sullivan, Mildred Bronkar, Nancy Fouts, Charlotte Lyon, Mary Kay lilaten, Judy Gordon, Pat Colvin, and Norma Cronsc, ROW FOUR --Nancy Caudell, Linda Clark, Jo Anne Rabon, Marsha Madill, Norma Duncan, Linda Heryford, Donna Bruns, Carol Ann Beaver, Glenda Hulse, Karen Preston, Janice Rapp, Maxine Brundidgc, Edith Pulliam, and Linda Miller. ROW FIVE--Connie Locke, Connie Tow, Vicki Curtis, Margie Lukenbill, Pay Scott, Kathy Harlow, Sharon Troegle, Con- nie Johnson, Theresa Payne, Linda Peterson, Linda Dukes, Linda Hill, Linda Pnrsley, and Vickie King. ROW SIX-- Wanda Mitchum, Carol Hendrix, Cheryl Starr, Vicki Holmes, Barbara Haner, Donna Haley, Nancy Bishop, Glenda Jackson, Martha Dailey, Patricia Callahan, Sue Dahmcr, Saundra Rasnic, Joanne Brown, and Eva Fletcher. ROW SEVEN--Elizabeth Charles, Martha Phipps, Vicki Pettibon, Sonja Judy, Madge Swearingen, Bobbie Hartel, Maryann McKay, Sue McCall, Claudia Howell, Majorie Klotz, Pamela Mitchell, and Lynda Eaton, ROW EIGHT--Jeanie Burgess, Linda Fellows, Laura Peters, Carolyn Beisly, Cheryl Walker, Marilyn Hogan, Vonnie Doelling, Janct Phelps, Patricia Place, and Elizabeth Stephens. CJIIPPER CHEERLEADERS . . . ROW ONE-- leaderg Marcia Rimmer, and Karolyn Per- kins. ROW TWO--Marybellc Overton, Nancy Quarton, Assistant llead Cheerleader, and Toni Estes. The Junior High cheering squad is known as the Sweater Club. Be- sides their main duty of cheering the Tiger Cubs to victory, the Sweater Club girls perform a community service by selling tags for several charities. Girls of the Sweater Club transformed the boys' gymnasium into a typi- cal Halloween environment at the and haunted houses . 40 Barbara Shaver, Gerry Hendrix, Head Cheer- Anti-Van with tombstones, ghosts, Ambitious Athletes Credit Our School ATHLETES' AIDES . . . Joe Jadlow and Bob Current check the scorebook while Leo Jones takes inventory of the first aid kit. ROW ONE--John Ebbs, President, Earl Devore, Secretary-Treasurerg Larry Foursha, Danny Thomas, Bill Hall, Vice President, and Mr. Gene Rirnmer, Sponsor. ROW TWO--Richard Donaldson, Gary Dean, Russell Ogle, John Duncan John Bussinger, and Tony Urner. ROW THREE--Jim Gibson, Stan Urncr, Evan Emery, Bill Petty, Greg Ogle, and John Walker. ROW FOUR--Danny Young, Dave Swearingen, Dick Loy, Twink Mathis, John Vieth, Gerald Dahmer and Larrv Murray. , AW 5 if with-A , . T V , 11 X 4 1 yi I 3542-gil it ,gm 'iraq 5' ,,. xt , lu IA' H J sd :K Q ,ft if wx 41 'a PASTERS AND CHECKERS . . . Nancy Brown, Assistant Editor ffirst semesterjg Mrs. Marie Butner, Sponsor, Karen Rasnic and Rama Campbell, Co-Editors and Mische, Assistant Editor fsecond semesterj proofread the copy and paste the "dummy" for the next issue of the school paper. FOURTH ESTATERS , , . Suzan Kraft, Typist, Jim Gibson, Sports Reporter: Rimmer, Business Managerg Rex Behm, Cartoonistg and Marilyn Fairchild, Assistant Business Manager, check their assignments for the CRIMSON AND GRAY. Lynd Linda i hw.-V - .... - ,.... V 'W-K 14 1 p , W Y is f 1 "'w41-5' . 5 4 is-mm ,rsri 42 Crimson and ra and . . . Originating in l926, the school newspaper is published once every two Weeks by Willing workers who perform their tasks before school begins . Writing features, planning editorials, gathering gossip, cover- ing the curricular and extra-curri- cular events are duties of the CRIM SON AND GRAY'S staff. The paper with the Roto insert, is distributed bi-Weekly to all students . NEWS SCOOPERS AND STUFFERS. . . Dale Rasmussen, Feature Editor, Jeanie McGehee, Typist, Connie Havens and Wanda Koontz, Reporters, and Joe Jad- low, Sports Editor, "stuff" the papers with the Q-Q insert. . . . Nevamo--Our School in Review Sketch the dummy pages! Make the picture sched- ules! Write copy! Work like mad on holidays! These tasks are routine to those people selected to work on the school yearbook, THE NEVAMO. The first period of each school day is reserved for yearbook work, but, when deadline time is nea staff members chalk up hours of overtime. T, fax qi x r TT E li' TO SELL OR NOT TO SELL--Linda Wolfe, Editorg Jody Couch, Associate Editor: Bob Pohl, and Gary Tow have this question in mind as they set out to sell adver tising. Following the usual pattern, 108 Nevada merchants generously gave their support to the 1960 NEVAMO, CHECK AND RECI-IECK--Uppermost in the minds of the NEVAMO staff are interesting format and accurate copy. Gwen Maahs and Linda Place work on the pattern for pages, while Mrs. Juanita Rimmer, Sponsor, and Donna Io Fisk-compile the index. Pat Thompson, also a staff member, was absent on the day the picture was taken. xi-Y yirs ttls Q, gc L 45 Commerce and C. O. E. Clubs Train for jobs :P . i 3 5 ,,- 1 ,fl-k f lv ROW ONE--Martha Koehler, President, Karen Fine, Vice-President, Jeanie Mc- Gehee, Secretaryg and Katherine Wil- helmson, Reporter. ROW TWO--Kay Dahmer, Mrs. Nell Tolle, Sponsor, Susan Thomas, Donna Jones, and Janice Herring. ROW THREE--Hazel McGee, Almeda Dahmer, Sharon Oyer, Janice Johnston, and Lucille Walker. Commercial Club holds reg- ular meetings during class periods, and celebrates Christmas and Valentine's Day with parties . C .O.E . Club affiliates with the state organization, raises funds by selling food at football games, socializes with a breakfast and an employer-employee banquet . ROW ONE--Sharon Oyer, Beverly Bowen, Bill Hall, Vice-Presidentg Tom Maxwell, Presidentg Rama Campbell, Secretaryg Donna Guinn, Almeda Dahmer, and Mr. Raymond Bennett, Sponsor. ROW TWO--John Eador, Jim Shrewsbury, Larry McCoy, Jerry Wade, Jody Couch, Dixie Cowan, Twila Earll, Jeanie McGehee, and Eleanor McDermott. ROW THREE--Wes Fanning, Paul Haynes, Tom Sweeney, Barbara Davenport, Janice Pursley, Donna Jones, Janet Wallace, and Janice Johnston. ROW FOUR- -Ronnie Overman, Don Bobbett, Garry Jenkins, Hazel McGee, Virginia Frazier, Patty Winter, Joyce Klotz, and Mary Henson. ROW FIVE--Richard Myers, Bruce Archer, Kay Dahmer, Kay Jackson, Kay Pettibon, Frances Pearson, Karen Fine, and Judy Dennison. ROW SIX--Rex Behm, Evan Emery, Danny Sell, John Shrewsbury, Russel Connelly, Bennie Allen, Jerry Walker, and Janice Herring. Math Club Meets Demand for Future N' .I 4 ,. . 'Q' ,X v. K.. 1 i '4 ': DT! , , : is I.- ' -P161-fn. ii, 5 e Math Club is de- signed to provide additional opportun- ities to those skilled in mathematics . Membership is avail- able only to students with superior grades in mathematics . ROW ONE--Jean Barone, Wanda Koontz, Sharon Fassel, Beverly Huckaby, Dianne Adams, Kendall Lawrence, Mary Drury, and Nancy White. ROW TWO--Alan Quick, Reporterg Pat O'Toole, Secretary-Treasurerg Mr. Albert Quick, Sponsor: Richard Donaldson, Vice-Presidentg and Lynd Mische, President. ROW THREE--Joe Jadlow, Terry Johnson, Harold Neas, Norman Garwood, and Ennis McLean, ROW FOUR-- Tommy Bryant, Bob Bloom, Dale Rasmussen, and Earl Devore. Auto Safety Club Produces Good Drivers All Sophomores taking the required Drivers' Training are eligible for membership in the club. This year's schedule of activities included a fall dance, a trip to the Auto Show at Kansas City, and par- ticipation in the spring driving events. The Auto Club spon- sor, Mr. Des Dehon, was ab- sent onthe day the picture was scheduled . s PLAN MAKERS- -Nancy White, Secre- taryg Becky Ferry, Council Memberg Sue Nelander, Presidentg Carol Little, Vice-President, Donna Payne, Treas- urerg Bonnie Smith and Mike Cleve- land, Councillvlembers, hold an infor- mal committee meeting. 45 Future Farmers and Future Homemakers . . . , f'fif',,szEi51ff'i 'Q QI S TRACTOR TALK . . . Eddie Hamersley, Presi- -s M: E1 dentg Mr. Bill Hires, Sponsorg James Peery, 1 lg Vice-Presidentg Dalton Snowden, Reporterg ' Q if Gary Roberts, Sentinelg Lowell Hulse, Secretary, Jerry Holcomb, Parliamentariang and John Peery, Treasurer. Three of these officers, Eddie Hamersley, James Peery, and John Peery, earned the high honor of State Farmers. With Mr. Bill Hires as sponsor, the F'.F. A. has kept busy in a whirl of activities . Having participated in the American Royal, Conventions, Leadership Training Schools, and judging contests on district and state levels, the members have also found time for a hay ride with barn warm- ing, a turkey shoot, and a rodeo. ROW ONE--Harold Shumaker, Dale Koopman, Richard Parrish, George Hagerman, Jim Sheridan, Johnny Robinson, John Bunn, and Jack Pettibon. ROW TWO--Jim Russell, Henry Shumaker, Charles Phillips, Charles Walker, Dwain Herren, Ronald Overman, Larry Bowles, and Sam Winter. ROW THREE--Bill Johnson, Norman Garron, Amos Frazier, Warren Glimpse, Elvy Burrus, Jerry Gragg, Carrol Dove, and Butch Fry. ROW FOUR--Bill Jones, DeVere Bobbett, Charles Carmack, Steve Campbell, Donald Richardson, Harold Hulse, Bill Chapman, and Dennis McCoy. ROW FIVE--Gene Vandenburg, Everett Kenney, Dennis Chadd, Richard Pent, Ronald Price, Donald Kenney, Gary Headley, Lee McReynolds, and Warren Gast. ROW SIX--Ed Riggs, Larry Ewing, Bruce Archer, Truman Bobberr, Byron Wood, Ronald Ouackenbush, Dwayne Loomer, Dale Herren, and Loyd Fenton, ROW SEVEN--Don Leavell, Harry Williams, Richard Heathman, Donald Mclntosh, Clifford Pettibon, Jimmy High, Larry Hall, and Harry Snowden. a Y 46 - . . . Learn to do by Doing ROW ONE--Linda Rimmer, Reporterg Sandra Hawkins, Secretary, Sharon Stong, Historian, Sondra Gehrs, President, Linda Hawkins, Treasurerg Shirley Wade, Parliamentariang Judy Dennison, Song Leader: and Janet Hatfield, Vice- President. ROW TWO--Elaine Harper, Sue Nelandet, Sue Ann Harpold, Judy Spillman, Susan Quarton, Nancy Fortune, Rita Gehrs, and Miss Marilyn Forkner, Sponsor. ROW THREE--Joyce Ames, Pat Shrewsbury, Frances Bul- lock, Lily Winters, Bobby Howell, Elizabeth Winters, Becky Williams, and Betsey McDermott. ROW FOUR--Kay Jones, Karen Emery, Kay Overman, Frances Dove, Kay Kafer, Donna Rogers, Carol Zilliox, and Margaret Sheridan. ROW FIVE--Louise Schonewetter, Marie Merritt, Sharon McDaniel, Sharon Frazier, Judy Wegerer, Sue Neas, Ruth Henry, and Carol Woods. ROW SIX--Linda Place, Frances Pearson, Leona Olson, Phyllis Pettibon, Sally Quarton, Ruby Cartwright, Virginia Spillman, and Elizabeth Gardner, 'r f M'-0+-----.-..,..,,mMFw J Besides holding monthly meetings, the F.H.A. has taken an active part in both district and state , . meetings. Members co-operated eW-- with other chapters in revising the district Constitution. In ad- J diton to having a big money mak- ing project, the members held their annual style show. WHAT'S COOKING?--Joyce Ames, Sue Ann iel prepare another meal. 47 Harpold, Elaine Harper, and Sharon McDan- 1'-ff, 'ww' Dc Barr Club and Vocal Groups . . . W-. fu- N f. - - P' J wr ROW ONE--Howard Jones, Presidentg Rama Campbell, Vice-Presidentg Mary Sherrick, Secretaryg Lou- ise Schonewetter, Treas- urer, Linda Haynes, Mary Ann Ferguson, Linda Baker, Jerry Hogan, and Mrs. Merle Fraser, Sponsor. Row Two--Bob Pohl, Gwen Maahs, Glenna Whitaker, Kay Overman, Carolyn Wise, Bob Ratter- ree, Don Beisly, and David Bishop. ROW THREE--Janice Herring, Jerry Walker, Gaye Howell Donna Payne, Phyllis Wood, Gary Carpenter, and Lynn Wliitworth. ROW FOUR--Susan Quarton Dick Webb, John Eador, Jack Demaree, and David Dodson. De Barr Club under the leadership of Mrs . Myrle Fraser encourages interest in art. Members make a trip to the Nelson Art Gallery and participate in exhibitions. ROW ONE--Margaret Sheridan, Linda Hawkins, Vice-President, Ellen Ann Fisher, President, Merle Carpenter, Tim Ephland, Leona Olson, Erle Frye, Polly Gragg, and Mrs. Guylene Litle, Director. ROW TWO--Janice Heitz, Glenna Fox Louise Schonewetter, Mary Lou Ragan, Mike Kelly, Bobby Bowen, Gerald Disney, Mary Webster, Joyce Rich- ardson, and Beverly Simmons. ROW THREE--June La Due, Letha Drury, Carolyn McDowell, Sharon Milford, Ronnie Hall, Donna Richardson, Stoller Simon, Donna Beisly, Linda Julian, Judy Grace, and Paulene Pryor. ROW FOUR--Becky Shafer, Sharon Ramsey, Secretary, Sue Nelander, Sue Neas, Ray Maxwell, Carrol Dove, Don Adams, Donna Rogers, Carol Zilliox, Sharon Frazier, afld Donna Johns. V . . . Create Interest in Fine Arts ROW ONE--Karen Eslinger, Judy Spillman, Sue Philbrick, Carol Anderson, Sondra Genrs, President, Kathryn Middle- ton, Sharon Stong, Sandra Hawkins, Inspection Officer, Lillie Dark, Joy Mitchum, Bonnie Sikes, Mary Ann Riggs, Mildred Loomer, Carol Holland, Norma Cargill, Carol Frazier, and Mrs. Guylene Litle, Director. ROW TWO-- Connie Coale, Marie Merritt, Linda Little, Lynne Olson, Ruby Scott, Janet Smith, Peggy Wastell, Terry Welsch, Salle Duncan, Billie Robinson, Shirley Koopman, Waneta Thompson, Janet Lasley, and Verna Weber. ROW THREE --Elizabeth Rapp, Lauretta Giger, Lillie Winscott, Kay Jackson, Judy Dennison, Becky Williams, Frances Pearson, Helen Hinkle, Denny David, Bob Current, Terry Welsch, Howard Jones, Jim Harpold, Bill Hasler, Dick Loy, and Tony Urner, ROW FOUR--Wilma Simpson, Carleta Wiley, Sharon Marshall, Twila Earll, Maxine Boyd, Judy Bastow, Ann Stephens, Linda Scott, Don Burnett, Mike Cleveland, Bob Fairbanks, Lyle Catron, Vice-President: Linn Wynes, Secretary, Kem Keithly, Larry Craig, Gary Carpenter, and Maurice High. PLANNING PRESENTS. FOR sANTA-- , 2 ,LM ' H i ly! Janet Lasley, Carol Holland, and Ellen " it , x, 'H 1 4, A Fisher model their costumes for the A N f tx Winter Wonderland show. ,: ' K 1 H ,T V ,, A t 1 iw ' x, is . v :Q 1 s A S' Under the direction of Mrs . '55 'I 'r A ' lil' Guylene Litle, the Vocal music F 'i 'S' ' 1 ' " 1 dep3I'tT1'lGUII IOSS to great heights this year. During B December, both the Inter- mediate and Advanced Choirs produced a melodious concert A which they entitled "Winter Wonderland." Also they did a remarkable job in the musi- cal play, "Oklahoma," which was produced jointly with the music and dramatics depart- ments on April 28, 29, 30. Along with the choirs are small groups and ensembles consisting of members of the chorus classes . N A0 Musical Interest Creates Necessity For . . . Having taken musical aptitude tests in the sixth grade, the seventh graders taking band are Well qualified for the positions they hold. Because the different kinds of instruments were demonstrated to them in grade school, the Junior High Band students are able to choose their preferred instruments . The Junior High Band practices during the summer, and there is also private class instruction then for those who want it. The eighth grade band presented an outstanding concert March 2l,and the seventh grade band plays for the assembly programs . Under the watchful eye of Mr. Robert Litle, Director, the Junior High Band develops into a top-notch Senior High Band . ROW ONE--Mary Flaten, Vicki Hoeper, Susan Swager, Carolyn Erickson, and Connie Locke, flutesg Marcia Rimmer and Mary Jo Lasley, oboesg Nancy Fouts, Jo Ann Rabon, Norma Duncan, and Charlotte Norwood, flutes. ROW TWO --Gary Davis, Sylvia Kelso, Connie Tow, Dianna Dougherty, and B. F. Weir, clarinetsg Nancy Caudell, French horn, Bobby Pickens, baritoneg Larry Tucker, alto clarinet, Kenny Allison, Marvin Klotz, Gary Van Mater, James Gresham, Regar Todd, and Tom Addington, trumpets. ROW THREE--Velma Attebery, Mary Rhyne, Judy Gordon, Linda Bernhardt, Linda Wilson, and Donna Bruns, clarinetsg Ralph Roby, George McCormick, Johnny Cartwright, Ralph Shumaker, Mike Humphrey, Dickie Hovey, and Dan Arnold, trumpets. ROW FOUR--Marsha Madill, Char- lotte Lyon, Vicki Curtis, Linda Heryford, Ronda Longstreth, and Donna Wardin, clarinetsg Mr. Robert Litle, Direct- or, David Rogers, Eugene Lightner, Joe Whistler, and Linda Clark, alto saxophonesg Barney Fisher, Steve Grissom, Jackie Wales, Gary Yurk, David Ephland, and Linda Cartwright, drums, Bill Giessman, tromboneg Carl Range, Toni Estes, Glen Buenning, and David McVey, tenor saxophones. l 9 I s Je!!! I ' U '.!1L.!.' .Ll !!.L.!.LeF: a....a.,..mauitunalanaumimisalilau - if-,vi M . .1 rr 4 """"'1::'3:1"!:'1:i'31-Iam nimim . ,. .,.., 1. J, ...im1ufuWGi..,.,3i ..1u.r.rm...i. ,.... ,..,. ih slain.,-ai.ifi I 3 I .x.,.uQn.xi6r ,..., .si ,J vfcism-1. .Ji I v..wn..,..... 1...VQVQP-a1iin'iwn-ini l 1 u..r,:J.,r4i 4. ,mill A161-i16Iu3.nl5i 5 1 r..S,.,rtL..,uli.i. r.niI..i!o'r11cftuhhslali I l. s Yau.-X-atmMs.s1-L niIu1iM'Niirhlfili I tufirlsmhizin-:ir 8 'lqmirmhlviimi X xr- 50 I r i 3 Q 5 i z 5 as.minuna.-.ianalinililfililfiliiililililili - -J r - Qff1s'a"1E.. ,ai f r v't ' i . . i ,rrf.r,g7r1g1qL1lt -,. 5 , 1 . . S , I I 5ag?1Hg11hrsssrii 1 I v Y if me !tu1!4h3?4ri5gtf1ipi . . . Both Seventh and Eighth Grade Bands ROW ONE--Judy Bell, fluteg Sonja Judy, piccolog Stephanie Schwenck, oboeg Maryann McKay and Martha Phipps, flutes. ROW TWO--Marsha Martin, Pat Colvin, and Dana Legan, clarinetsg Eddie Wade, James Simmons, and Steve Pyle, cornetsg Claudia Howell, Karolyn Perkins, Sue Ellen McCall, and Bobbie I-lartel, saxophones. ROW THREE-- Janet Gatrell, Cindy Allen, Kenny Mitchum, Donna Pascoe, Norma Crouse, and Vicki Pettibon, clarinetsg James Brown, James Pippin, Janet Phelps, Jerry Haggard, Joe Olson, cornetsg Lois Demaree, and Deanna Ratterree, clarinets Earl Caldwell, Varion Garton, and Larry Hackleman, saxophones. ROW FOUR--Tom Pettibon, Cheryl Walker, Virginia Johnson, Sharron Franz, Margaret Wait, and Patty Rimmer, clarinetsg Dewey Piotrowski, Bennie Nall, Kent Bobbett, and Darrel Robinson, cornets, Roger Ewan, bass drumg Phillip Adams, drumsg Mr. Robert Litle, Directory Sheryl Bryant, baritone: Madge Swearingen, French horng Gary Moore, saxophoneg Ronnie Layher and Danny Ensley, Orchestra Gives Opportunities for Strings ROW ONE--Barbara Beisly, clarinet, Nancy Fortune and Beverly Huckaby, cellosg Tom Hackleman, Richard Myers, and Tommy Strasser, violins. ROW TWO--Herbie Collins, trumpetg Gary Cornell, cornetg Bobby Brownand Bobbie Hartel, saxophonesg Martha Phipps and Sonja Judy, flutesg Marsha Martin and Jean Barone, clarinets. ROW THREE--Gary Balk, bass violg Terry Fox, bass drumg Becky Ferry, tympanig and Mr. Robert Litle, Director. Trombones. i-r' im. 51 n ,YHWW Versatile Band Presents Concerts and . . . Every school is proud of its band and its contributions to school spirit. Nowhere could that be more true than at Nevada High School. Annually the sixty-two piece concert band presents a concert for the public. The marching band is always very busy during the fall. Performing at half-time at Logan Field is one of the activities of the marching band. Also, the band marches at parades and' participates in Band Day at Pittsburg, Kansas . After each year's busy schedule is finished, band members enjoy a fun-filledday in the Ozarks ROW ONE--Jean Barone, Wanda Koontz, and Mary Drury, clarinetsg Rhoda Chubick and Loretta Campbell, flutes. ROW TWO--Evelyn Leedy, Carol Gose, Susan Harper, and Sharon Dodson, clarinetsg Ab Rees, French horng Barbara Beisly, alto clarinetg Mary Beth Runyon and Jimmy Jacobs, bass clarinets. ROW THREE--Barbara Shepherd, Patricia Spencer, Marybelle Overton, and Carolyn Murray, clarinets. ROW FOUR--Gary Balk, Drum Majorg Mary Ann Gose, Janie Caudell, George Hagerman, and John LaGuire, trombonesg Mac Hornecker, bassg Terry Vox, bass drum, Jonet Gallagher, Tobie Lawrence, and Susie McGehee, snare drumsg Becky Ferry and Mary Woodfill, twirlers. l 1 1 y 131 Ee i 17, Ai 5 2 , K' . . . Marching Exhibitions 6 J J 'J ' f .mifxv is 1 . .M l J 1 I ROW ONE--Suzan Kraft, Ann Swearingen, Bonnie Smith, and Connie Kelso, flutesg Amelia Richardson, oboe. ROW TWO--John Shrewsbury, Sam Yurk, Tom Woolverton, John Smith, James Perrin, and Gary Cornell, coronetsg Jim Murray and Gary Rodieck, baritone. ROW THREE--Danny Tucker, Duane Vaughn, Terry Adams, Richard Wal- lace, Charles Buenning, and Larry Ware, corners. ROW FOUR--La Mae Neas, Drum Majoretteg Ellen Fisher, bassoong Larry Balk, Bob Brown, and Barbara Shaver, alto saxophonesg Beverly Huckaby, tenor saxophone, Alan Quick baritone saxophoneg Marilyn Fairchild, tympanig Robert Litle, Directorg Linda Shoemaker, Donna Fisk, and Sara Kapple, Twirlers. 55 Footlights and Spotlights Inspire Thespians 2 2 I 1 Q ""--50051, i Q- ' I- if fl ' ,f C-Tr IS ROW ONE--Mr. Russell Carter, Sponsor, Rama Campbell, Treasurer, Karen Rasnic, Scribeg Jody Couch, Secretary, Linn Wynes, Vice-President, and Bob Current, President. ROW TWO--Marilyn Fairchild, Sondra Gehrs, Shirley Wade, Kathryn Middleton, Becky Williams, David Bishop, Katherine Wilhelmson, and Gwen Maahs. ROW THREE --Salle Duncan, Mary Sherrick, Linda Wolfe, Donna Guinn, Janet Urner, Linda Rimmer, Jeanie McGehee, and Susan Thomas. ROW FOUR--Tom Maxwell, Joe Jadlow, Bob Pohl, Dale Rasmussen, G. W. Steincross, John Eador, Jim Gibson, Jerry Walker, Sara Lou Kapple, and Rosemary Kirkpatrick. ROW FIVE-:Richard Donaldson, Harold Neas, Howard Jones. Gary Tow, Earl Devore, John Vieth, Johnny Walker, and Dave Swearingen. GET YOUR NEW FACE HERE . . . Mary Sherrick, Salle Duncan, Bob Current, and Sondra Gehrs 'ril tackle their tasks iiyf with paint and powd- 'Z J , ii,r f ,RI er. Organized in 1953-54, Thespian 1 ii Troop 1349 has been ' one of the most ac- :-' tive organizations A ' in N . H. S. l Ti s e 5,1 ' '- M-'sl , s Sk '9 '9 B-3 is , , if wi Yi 50 ,..,..s 'I uniors Excel in "Good Housekeeping" The junior Class Play "Good Housekeeping" was presented November 19, 20, and 21. Hila rious situations arose when the college president's Wife became interested in psychology, and joined the crusade to draft her husband for candidate as gover- nor. HOLD THAT POSEI--Janet Urner, Mari- lyn Fairchild, Sara Kapple, and Howard Jones portray the happy family while Dave Swearingen supervises cameraman, Harold Neas, FAVOR WITH FLOWERS--Political boss Richard Donaldson tries to impress Janet Urner, Howard Jones and Janie Tough, with flowers while Dave Swearingen, Sara Kapple, Harold Neas, and Marilyn Fairchild ignore a game of checkers. TAKE HIM, GIRLS! laMaeNeas yells while Sara Kapple, Marilyn Fairchild, and Janet Urner watch cheerleaders Kendall Lawrence, Wanda Koontz, Marlene Steve, and Donna Fisk surround candidate, Howard Jones, S ,U V 'Y 3 E ' R 99 Thespians Relive Diary of Anne Frank PLAN FOR SURVIVAL--Bob Current, Jerry Walk- er, Harold Neas, G. W. Steincross, Janet Urner, Rama Campbell, Linda Wolfe, and Loretta Lyon go over the plans for the Franks and their "guests" during the persecution. FAMILY COUNCIL--Loretta Lyon, as Anne, holds the attention of her family, Janet Urner, Linda Wolfe, and G.W. Steincross. 56 Thespians triumphed in their fine produc- tion of the award- winning play, "The Diary of Anne Frankf The play, which-stir- red the conscience of the World, told the story of a group of jewish people who were in hiding from the Nazis during World War II. HOPE FOR THE NEW YEAR-- Rama Campbell, the link to the outside world, brings a cake to Bob Current,.Joe Jad- low, Jerry Walker, and Harold Neas while Dale Rasmussen lends both material and moral support to the refugees. First and Foremost--"I Remember Mama" x A I'M AFRAID IT'S A MASTOID . . Nurses Donna Guinn, Guyla Pickens, and Katherine Wil- ' 't I hellnson listen to Doctor Gary Tow while Mary Richardson, Dale Rasmussen, Rosemary Kirkpatrick, and Rama Camp- bell sqnabble over family dif- ferences in the Senior play. ,wr -I is SP1 -ir 4 THE FAMILY CIRCLE . . . Becky Williams, Sondra Gehrs, Linda Wolfe, Jody Couch, L Bob Current, Gwen Maahs, and Earl Devore ' listen intently to John Eador as he reads " THE TALES FROM TWO CITIES" as Mama , calls it. 1' Q MISS MOOREHEAD? TELEGRAMI , , , Kathryn Middleton looks on grain from David Bishop. In the background, Joe Jadlow chitchats with Jeanie McGehee, Jerry Wade, and Martha Koehler. while Karen Rasnic receives a tele- "Oklahoma"-- .H.S.'s First Musical With the combined efforts of the speech and dramatics de- F partments, Nevada High School's first musical was staged. "Oklahoma," under , """"' the direction of Mrs . Guylene Litle and Mr. Russell Carter, scored a big success as an outstanding theatrical produc- tion. The cast of approximately forty did an excellent job of bringing life to the "brand new state," and the continuous feud among the farmers, cowboys, and ranchers . li is "THE FARMERS SHOULD BE SOCIABLE WITH THE COWBOYS" . . . Ray Maxwell, Kem Keithly, Sara Lou Kapple, Sondra Gehrs, Linn Wynes, Bill Hasler, and Bob Cur- rent comprise the principal cast. "MANY A NEW FACE WILL PLEASE MY EYE" , , , SITTING--Howard Jones, Donna Payne, David Bishop, Bonnie Smith, Gary Carpenter, Susie McGehee, Gary Balk, and Janet Lasley. ROW TWO--Ellen Fisher, Becky Williams, Sandra Hawkins, Linda Hawkins, Nancy Brown, Kathryn Middleton, Floyd Titus, Judy Spillman, Larry Hall, Karen Eslinger, Fred Loane, Letha Drury, Tom Woolverton, Carol Holland, and Marilyn Fairchild. ROW THREE--Ray Max well, Lyle Catron, Carrol Dove, and Ronnie Hall. . , i vu If" X :SIN 1K.N ', K. f--r . W, .. .... .... . W., , . :,M,.W.,,sq. Speech Festivals Encourage Talent "RESOLVED THAT' . . . is a familiar phase to debaters John Walker, Janet Urner, Kathryn Middleton, and Bob Current. The national debate topic this year was on labor unions and N, H.S. debaters were well informed on it. wg' ht, , www.. WWQHVN' WE'VE GOT TO GET A 1 . . . is the thought running through the minds of par- ticipants of the district speech festival, Bob Current, John Walker, Linda Wolfe, Salle Duncan, and Brenda Davidson. Ne- vada contestants were entered in the duet acting, radio speaking, prose, poetry, and drama reading, humorous interpretation, and story telling categories. lil i I 1 2, A, :Wg QQ, gy I 1 NEVADA WILL SHINE TONIGHT . . . The three top sports of N,H.S. , basketball, track, and football, are represented here by Earl Devore, Richard Donaldson, and Stan Urner. What devoted fan of the Nevada Tigers could miss a specta- ular basketball game, the exciting, Silver Tiger game, or the thrilling 100 yard dash, and not regret every minute of 60 Q.. ' Y., ,. t H S333 """'1 ' ...- Zi -ff 2 l'0Ii'l c,.es.f,nw,a-se.f,4s:,,rnwi:W .a,se.s.,m,i WM WV DQ it? Last minute victories, sore throats from yelling, the wild cheering when a touchdown is made, the long hours of riding the bus back and forth to out-of-town games, pep rallies, the starter's gun on a spring day--these are all liv- ing memories of a loyal N. H.S. sports fan. Coach said all I need is coordination, a few more muscles a shooting eye. change of pace, arched feet Ex? xl 1 , xxx " 3 or wi 'Oo X .. Alf - x.. lg? if Milt ' Q 1, 9 lll Nevada Nevada Nevada 2 1 Nevada 12 Nevada 25 Nevada 2 3 Nevada 33 Nevada 32 Nevada 20 Nevada 46 Nevada 12 Nevada 33 GRIDIRON SCOREBOARD I UAH TEAM Aurora Mt. Vernon Cas sville Lam ar Neo sho Webb City Monett Carthage TEAM El Dorado Fort Scott Lamar El Dorado CONFERENCE STANDINGS W ' d Mt. Vernon C611 Lolst TLT Nevada 6 2 O Neosho 6 2 U ' l 5 2 Speed and Mlghf aizzlzii, 4 3 1 Aurora 4 3 l . L ' 2 6 0 Made Our Record Bright! Cilssidlle i 7 0 Monett O 8 0 "A" SQUAD, ROW ONE--Herman Hendrix, Ricky Owens, Tom Sherrick, Dave Swearingen, Lyle Catron, Twink Ma- this, and Gerald Dahmer. ROW TWO--John Duncan, Stan Urner, Evan Emery, Larry Foursha, Bill Petty, John Vieth, Bill Hall, and John Ehbs. ROW THREE--Coach Gene Rimmer, Richard Donaldson, Alan Quick, Mike Cleveland, Bob Current, Kem Keirhly, Bill Hasler, Ronnie Morris, Dick Loy, and John Bussinger. ROW FOUR- -Coach Dan Clopton, Larry Sheeks, Rex Behm, Greg Ogle, John Walker, Jim Gibson, Larry Murray, Danny Young, Danny Thomas, and Gary Dean. s,' x? 3 ' 4, ty, twirl' lp I I ff J 4 Q , JUNIOR HIGH SQUAD, ROW ONE--Philip Adams, Steve Grissom, Bob Williams, Bill Giessman, Roger Ewan David Hill, David Ephland, Richard Sidwell, Tim Ephland, Warren Moseley, and Warren Gast. ROW TWO--Terry Jadlot Ronnie Rowe, Jery Nunn, Don Brown, Jack Lilly, Joe Olson, Ron Hubbard, Roy Frye, Kenny Starr, and Mike Kelly ROW THREE--Keith Campbell, Dudley Divine, Mike Humphrey, Earl Caldwell, Lee Wolfe, Steve Pyle, Lynn Brown Paul Ames, Stan Jones, Barry Reed, Coach Jim Shepherd, and Coach Leon Briggs. ROW FOUR--B. F. Weir Regar Todd, Wayne Jackson, Tommy Haynes, Gordon Talbot, Barney Fisher, Clinton Kraft, Bobby Pickens, Gary VanMater and Fred Fowler. , ki-'v i a F5223 krk , JF-K-my Il? 1. 14 f, r 9 3 .Q We VJ , , , -A Fi it 'y 1, ! t'?'1'!f gi Witgifgwm mir Rai. 3 TEE, 3 Larry Murray Halfback -Sophomore GET YOUR MAN!. . . Assistant Coach Dan Clopton, Head Coach Gene Rimmer, and Assistant Coach Jim Shepherd play the game from the side lines. lim Gibson Center -Senior 63 rx' f.,r.7l ,K 'Lisa ii uusrsvirsr-x'+ifm:L'.'Hf 2621+ an ,Al 32 Letterman Iohn Bussinger Danny Thomas Center -Senior Halfback-Senior John Ebbs B111 Hall Fullback-Senior Halfback-Senior Danny Young Quarterback-Junior Richard Donaldson Halfback-Junior 64 if Earl Devore Evan Emery Stan Urner End -Senior Guard-Senior Tackle -Junior .1 ... Larry Fourslia Rex Behm Bill Petty Tackle-Senior Tackle-Senior Guard-Senior Iolin Duncan Twink Malliis Jolin Vieth End-Senior Guard -Senior '-sw. Q-sf-f" Nm m g M li' .. A ww 'Helix Q 5 w-"3fsgk'-5-E- ras ,Hx it 'gre Gita Q AFKWQQXQW wish i. My 3-gh? 'ga 'W ' f K -W , f .W , a qv K i ' ,W wwf- .fa A 9 . -, it x r - , V, t , ,. Z' ' J v'?k9':4 '1 A M 'Q-get ..,.f-rw .. A ' 'wJ , ' -f , if ' it -X I :Sal . . . ji- .5:,,,a.-,,j, ,J3p,,,.ff,,iw, ki.. fi ,M V3 --,gi-J. ,.,5k:,,q1 ',.,g,'g,k, 1 r 'I .I ,.f .Et-f-45' 4 -1 . ' ,, - if-, ,,.,, vi H. . A Q g . LW .ig if if :ff :tart :H Ml-' , fr-,Qt f.1.:.,,,a:, --5-Lv +5-V ,E.4,..,:,',i,::5-sf. ,. : . 4 . .4 .M vw Jax' A my , New "- '-1-ff, M-V-,,+--if 5. s...',,d'gff-'-xJ'iA -4 .61-I e Q f-,:,w'g5,. ,,.gj',,:f,-- ,gf I, 4 . -, i 65 End -Senior , 4 TOUCH THOSE TOES! . . . . Senior boys go through the paces in their conditioning excerises. Q . Gerald Dahmer Halfback -Senior Greg Ogle F ullback-I unior s Dave Swearingen John Walker End -Junior Tackle -Junior Nevada's Tigers have dominated the statistical columns over their opponents in every offensive department. Nevada had a total of 112 first downs over their opponents' 90. ln the net yards gained category, our team chalked up 2, 502 yards a- gainst the other teams' 1, 777 yards. Nevada's team scored 177 points against the opposition's 92. As the season pro- gressed, strength increased in the team which finished in a tie for second place in the Big Nine Conference. The Nevada Tiger's only two losses of the year were to the champion Mt. Vernon and to Neosho. The coveted Silver Tiger, established in 1935, was restored to the Nevada trophy case. In addition to recognition as a team, the local tigers had Earl Devore and Larry Foursha chosen for All Conference first and second teams, while Rex Behm, John Ebbs, Bill Petty, Dave Swear- ingen, Danny Thomas, and Danny Young received honorable mention. 66 "A's" Capable in Academics and Sports "A" TEAM SCOREBOARD 52 Nevada Ft. Scott Nevada Cassville Nevada Hillcrest 53 Nevada Butler Nevada Joplin "B" 43 Nevada Lamar Nevada Lebanon 42 Nevada Pleasant Hill Nevada Webb City 50 Nevada Neosho Nevada Carthage 50 Nevada El Dorado Nevada Greenfield 36 Nevada Pleasant Hill Nevada Dadeville 55 Nevada Webb City Nevada Stockton 58 Nevada Greenfield Nevada Mt. Vernon 54 Nevada Carthage Nevada Monett 67 Nevada Aurora Nevada Lamar 52 Nevada Monett CONFERENCE STANDINGS Won Lost Neosho 7 1 Carthage 6 2 Cassville 6 2 Monett 5 3 Nevada 4 4 Mt. Vernon 4 4 Aurora 3 5 Webb City 1 7 Lamar 0 8 ROW ONE--Bill Hasler, Linn Wynes, Danny Thomas, Danny Young, and Kem Keithly, ROW TWO--John Duncan John Ebbs, Earl Devore, John Vieth, Dave Swearingen, and Coach Gene Rimmer. Y W W H 67 V Reserves Undefeated in Big Nine Play Xl ROW ONE Ronnie Mesplay Ronnie Morris, Gary Dean, Bill Brown, and Raymond Crawford ROW TWO Leo Jones Student Manager B111 Hasler Howard Jones, Lyle Catron, Larry Hall, Dick Loy Kem Keithly and Coach Jim Shep Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada "B" TEAM SCOREBOARD Ft. Scott Mt. Vernon Monett Lamar Cassville Butler Lamar Pleasant Hill Neosho El Dorado Pleasant Hill Webb City Greenfield Carthage Aurora Deserving Tigers Win Athletic Letters Earl Devore John Duncan John Ebbs Forward-Senior Center-Senior Guard-Senior Bill Hasler Kem Keithly Dave Swearingen Forward-Junior Guard-Junior Forward-Junior KYJIADI Y 69 JUMP, VIETH, JUMP . . . is the cry of Tiger fans as John Vieth vaults for the ball. John Vieth Forward-Senior Danny Thomas Linn Wynes Danny Young Forward-Senior Forward-Senior Guard-Junior 2 J ,ogg ' 9 70 N.H.S. Holds junior High Tournament SEVENTH GRADE TEAM . . . ROW ONE--Colin Fairchild, Glen Titus, Barney Fisher B F Weir, Tommy Haynes, Dick Hovey, and Gary Van Mater. ROW TWO--Danny Arnold George Current, Lee Wolfe, Mike Humphrey, Steve Grissom, Bill Giessman, Bobby Nico demus, and Mr. Leon Briggs, Coach. TOURNEY TROPHIES . . . Junior High Cheerleaders Gerry Hendrix, Nancy Quarton, Toni Estes, Mary- belle Overton, Karolyn Perkins, and Marcia Rimmer had the plea- sant task of awarding trophies. Tournament results were as follows: 7th grade teams: first, Webb City, second, Butlerg third, Carthage: 8th grade teams: first, Carthageg second, Sheldong third, Nevada, and 9th grade teams: first, Car- thageg second, Butler: third, Green- field. W "S,-C. Eighth and inth fades Have Active Year EIGHTH GRADE TEAM . . . ROW ONE--Roger Ewan, Paul Ames, Barry Reed, Eddie Wade, Steve Pyle, Philip Adams, Wayne Jackson, and Fred Fowler. ROW TWO--Keith Campbell, Tom Pettibon, Stan Jones, Ronnie Layher, Joe Olson, Jerry Haggard, Larry Malone, and Mr. Leon Briggs, Coach. NINTH GRADE TEAM , . , ROW ON E--Ronnie Jones, Randy Fine, Don Brown, Mike Kelly, and Lynn Whitworth. ROW TWO--Terry Jadlot, Iery Nunn, Roy Fry, Kenny Starr, Danny Haley, and Mr. Dan Clopton, Coach. Fi M., W, . 1 rf., 4 L 5 - X 1' l 1 A xx M' 3' ,. QW1 l ' 7 2 Inclement Weather Forces Indoor Workout ' BREAK THAT FALL . . . Earl Devore gives the high .f"' jump all he has. E L. i f fi. PV: ,. UP AND OVER . . . Danny Young and Bill Hall easily clear the low hurdles. ROW ONE--Earl Devore, Richard Perrin, Richard Donaldson, David Steele, Raymond Crawford, Danny Thomas, Larry Foursha, Linn Wynes, Bill Hall, John Ebhs, David Duncan, and Jery Nunn. ROW TWO--Bill Petty, Frank Lukenbill, Tom Sherrick, Bill Hasler, Dick Loy, Terry Welsch, Howard McCormack, Larry Rose, Ronnie Rowe, David Barton, and Bob Bowen. ROW THREE--Greg Ogle, Ronnie Hall, Dale Johnston, Glen Wallace, Alan Quick, Lynn Whitworth, Doug Breen, Tim Ephland, Gary Cornell, Lee McReynolds, and Jack Lilly. ROW FOUR--Dwight McCormack, Russell Ogle, Gary Dean, Danny Young, Billy Chapman, Ken Starr, Mike Ireland, Roy Fry, Terry Jadlot, Ronnie Price, Edwin Fletchall, and Leo Jones, Manager. E Q lg, "id vs 55 f Vi fs will A , L fa Xl iq 15 5 33? y 1 or 'ia f ,N it S 3 , R L , ri +A T XL Q is 3 L K' S L K 2 S A qi K, K tit .. 1 ,xl llldj aug y if , L? T .gc L Q 5 ,.., W. V Yry ..., 73 EWAN'S COUGARS LED , , . ROW ONE--G0rdor1Ta1 bot, Richard Sidwell, and EarlCa1dwe11. ROW TWO --David Ephland, Roger Ewan, Don Hammontree, Sam La Due, Wand Jerry Haggard. A MONKEY MAN , , , Kenny Starr, Howard Jones, and Darrell O'Rear look on as Bill Hasler inches his way up the rope. 'f sr Y. fl fl! warn' 5 if flf ul" y'.1NElZ'ErDME M 6 Je ff 1 . . Physical Fitness w GET THAT REBOUND . . . Rita Gehrs, Kendall Lawrence, and Brenda Davidson await the ball thrown by Marilyn Fairchild. i no in ll H IU ' , . 55 Q it S ,, ,kk N at . H W ,N , 'QW 35 f ss , WE FINALLY MADE IT . . . Bursting with pride and ambition, Gary Balk and Karen Finetow er above Dicky Hovey and Caro- lyn Erickson, while these seventh graders stare in dismay at the stack of books yet to be studied. To the green seventh graders, the Senior year seems very far away, and it doesn't seem important to worry about plans after graduation. But each year the tougher things become easier, and the "big 76 A ll ULASSES f, gf. ? '.,, .wx lay" looms closer. The once-impossible locker :ombinations are now conquered, the building ,eems to get smaller, it's easier to be first in unch line, and the Seniors are less important. Matching the growth of a shy seventh grader in- o a leading Senior, we see the makings of an Jutstanding citizen. Er --- Uh --- Would qou mind repeating the question, please? Sth, P7523 X fd g ee .J-gifs? X W L as v Fe:-ft Ill Thirty-Nine Teachers Have Responsibility . Helen Barkell Seventh Grade Barbara Bennett Science 4,4-fr Raym on d Bennett C. O.E. sf L es. 5: A 1 1' . ,f Q -fgff' ,, ,ff Y Leon Briggs Industrial Arts 'JS' fr. R. L. Brown Industrial Arts f-.wx Marie Burner Russell Carter Louise Chapman Dan Clopton Ada Cole Civics Speech Foreign Language Drivers' Ed. Eighth Grade Phy. Ed, , and Coaching at :rt ws' 5 i 7 Q , L. 1 A if- J Y ,417 ff' 4-ri 'A 'Q "' Y lk - gf? ,K . , Y -.W . .1 K Q, . f'-Q ,. . For the first time since the fire of November 29, l956, the students in Nevada junior- Senior High School have spent their entire nine months of a school year housed in one building. On Sunday, April 5, l959, proud citizens of the R-5 School District paraded up and down the long, gleaming halls to examine their completely finished modern build- ing. The continuous flow of traffic was directed by council members . With greatly improved physical facilities, administrators and teachers have been able to expand and to intensify their classwork. Lending assistance to better classwork, the library opened for use early in the school year. Miss Shirley Warnaca became the librarian and announced that more than 1300 books had been catalogued by the end of the first sememster. Although students became accustomed to the new surroundings, theywere aware ofsev- eral changes. Veteran teachers Miss Elizabeth Shaw, Mr. A . L. Mahaffey, and Mrs. Edna McGovney retired from teaching school, and Mr. john Miles accepted a science scholarship in Oklahoma. ln September of 1959, Mr. Gerald Reece, Mr. Bill Hires, Mrs. Carol Crawford, and Mr. and Mrs . Albert Quick joined the teaching staff. When Mrs . Barbara Bennett resigned at the end of the first semester, Mrs. Lucille Pettibon succeeded her. 78 , , . . . For the Instruction of Nine Hundred and THE WELCOME MAT IS OUT . , . Mrs. Lucille Quick and Mr. Gerald Reece greet Mrs. Lucille Pertibon on her first day of reaching in Nevada jun- ior High. Carol Crawford Dianna Cuppy Olga Dahmer Social Science Physical Education Eighth Grade '53 'x 'x -ff' 02 f,-'MTS 4 M2 S Marilyn Eorkner Myrle Eraser Voc. Home Economics Arr ,Q L .,, JFS' ""+ l if W i 71 'wh -si MJNIY Des Dehon, jr. Commerce and Drivers' Ed. x ll- z -,,- Q Bill Hires Lcictta wclxson Voc. Agriculturc bciencc """'X -nu IT SAYS RIGHT HERE . . . Mrs. Carol Crawford, Miss Shirley Warnaca, Mr. Bill Hires, and Mr. Albert Quick manage to find time to discuss CLIFTSIIF GVGIIIS. Gail Keithly Commerce sf- . . . Fort -Four Students in Nevada Guyleue Litle Robert Litle igxb Lucille Pettibon Vocal Music Instrumental Music 4529 Marjorie Pohl Social Science Albert Quick Mathematics fi- if Science .1 S A f ' Vvq, , mf f iywnj i' ' - W is Us Y . Q I sis- L up f ' I . V' - . is if Z ,n.. - I ' aim, A f , td 'fl A , ' ,f.,v" 1 , VF."---'-, . --is 4 I f iff N im- ,I 1. .'.9,jex "'v1 W - Lucille Quick Eighth Grade , ,,,L -, X, , .QVYE E-' V' 1 J 9 4 vtxff s SO Gladys Radford Social Science , ffwigs it ,Arr Myrtle Pickens English 1-,Q 5 H mi- lf ,of 3 tiff' ,tw -, . , ,H J' kr fi S ' ' we 1 ,Q-7' img? 1? WSQQSQE Gerald Reece Mathematics 0 0 n I vw-'4 I3 . . . unior-Senior High School Wayne Reed Juanita Rimmer Health and Phy. Ed. English Gene Rimmer Counseling and Coaching Vera Rom hitch Mathematics tr. 4,..,-f burn' -Qtr' Frances Schiller james Shepherd English Phy. Ed., Biology and Drivers' Ed. if fr-'K f w wg, r mx- . 527 g 4.515 59 Q h X COFFEE TIME. . . Miss Kleetis Wirth, Mrs. Geraldine Rowton, Mrs. Ruth Wcltnier, and Mrs. Myrle Fraser take time out from their busy sched- ule for a cup of coffee in. the teachers' lounge. Bernice Teel Seventh Grade ,f 'S' , if s'.iwf,',+ a "' 9 M Tilivfvl . --1,1-.1 Nell Tolle Commerce ' ..- fo ,B A Geraldine Rowton School Nurse 4.48 2 x 0 in . I .wwf u .. it K E YQ.. f Q I Shirley Warnaca Librarian :sf IH! dawg Nl 'Ns I 'vu I n YM? f John Bussinger Rama Campbell Steve Campbell Gary Carpenter Bill Christopher Sharon Cole Iaye Comer Russel Connelly Jody Couch Dixie Cowan Larry Craig Bob Current Almeda Dahmer Gerald Dahmer Kay Daluner fi Ta 'ET Q Bennie Allen Bruce Archer Gary Balk Rex Behm Jim A dams -0- N 'fra' David Bishop Don Bobbert Beverly Bowen Connie Brown Elvy Burrus K nl? raduation, May 21 . . . umhi 5 1 ,,,. "'-A ,I 5 1'-if J-,ln I YTN7 4 Q.-Q Jkgz, aqua? as BX A l ai Q , , ,C W I - J' h ' ig ima, Sy rv- Q imma ' ,wr .4-9 w-:ff 'Leif' 22" H ra-'jj wL G-1 I J 'TJ-7' it tv--v' fs: J is , I gg. 1 in 'Z' 'V L Qs ' "N ' ' r 5333125 ig, if L 6 David Darnold Barbara D avenport Judy Dennison Earl Devore Wayne Dixon John Duncan TOP-NOTCH EXECUTIVES . . . Earl Devore, Presidenrg Linn Wynes, Vice-Presidenrg Rama Campbell, Secreraryg and Linda Little, Treasurer meer in the hall before school to discuss plans for Skip Day. . . . "I Remember Mama" . . . Salle Duncan Larry Dwyer John Eaclor Twila Earll John Ebbs E van Emery L arry EW ing Wes Fanning Karen Fine Larry Foursha Terry Fox Virginia Frazier Doris Garrett Norman Garwood Sondra Gehrs vi ,' 7' ' "' A , 'f ' 4 f J nr: J 1 4 r., 3 , ..,.,- 'ji my .K I i Xb.. Q '- DOUBLE, DOUBLE, TOIL, AND TROUBLE. . . As Loyd Lavender looks on, Terry Fox, Beverly Bowen, and Dixie Cowan check out the experi- ment of the day. Linda Hawkins Sandra Hawkins Paul Haynes Mary Henson Dwain Herren Janice Herring Maurice Lowell Hulse Kay Jackson Joe Jadlow Exciting Prom H igh i Garry Jenkins 3 Janice Johnston Bonnie Jones . f fx Donna Jones Karen Kenney . . f' ,, 7 ,512 Mary Ann Gose W if , Jim Gibson A . gf ff mf ,, awe 4 'Um -67 Gerald Gresham ye I Donna Guinn as M' Ron Gwldy x in '53-'L ffg ff r i if .L . L. V' .4 ii Bill Hall Eddie Hamersley Jim Harpold wwf' I W ,, "' "' kb' E-32413 . if -' i-We . A 'f'x1'- F31 Q vig ' 25,9 ' B4 'L ? e '35 ri i -.A .. , rw. - i 3,11 , R 5 lisa 'w x nf ,n. VUE' .iv-5 84 as sr ww ,jams 4 -. . ,vs -G .ii- , fa- in , ' , Mg., -, , 4 'W , L is L, 33 'K X .X :K y L. Q is A.., I V it we 95,5 -w.,.QM Z , i 1 ,,m1'i9' r Rosemary Kirkpatrick J- , Joyce Klotz Uv if L . - 'f l' N '-ew' fr' A -.f f is M if f in A2723 7 if? 5 ti, i QM'-.xi ilzkiixafixk e vi --Q., 'p,,.x L-Q--1" "' J., VX vw! ,lbl 1 ,. 1. I 5 J - J J R sal -ga. Cats. 3 f 6: 3 fri R rrrr r -L J V' " ' ii rrrr J 'A7,r J ' L' K . it ta , Martha Koehler Leroy Lafferty Nelson Lasley Loyd Lavender Linda Little Gwen Maahs WHICH STOCK IS THE BEST? Before invest ing their money Jim Harpold Kay Dahmer Sandra Hawkins and Maurice High look over the stock market report Senior Pictures .... E Z y ?'. g r 'PD Wi fw fvfjff ,Mar-W 2 ,af ,, 1 " fs, -. gi- ii -Q "" J TE? 351 3 ez -F J i 'wif fn .f--Q! SS Twink Mathis Tom Maxwell Howard McCormack Larry McCoy Eleanor McDermott Hazel McGee Jeanie McGehee Kathryn Middleton Richard Myers Darrell O'Rear Pat O'Toole Ronnie Overman Sharon Oyer Frances Pearson James Peery f-- YL i f e r 1 'f ,NW , , 4:.t,.,jg 3. .ff -,Z 5 ,E ,M 214 it Q 5 G2 rf gr i A -N -rl Y S 5- A G' f so ' X ' 2 1 I t ' Y ' f 1 ' do 1 -X' A-. if My 552 ge, sl 2' V xv .W,,- E' X J is we Q 2 it- 1 vw ft ., a w - N w f, qs: Kay Pettibon Bin Petty Guyla Pickens Linda Place Bob Pohl Janice Pursley Elizabeth Rapp Dale Rasmussen Karen Rasnic Mary Richardson . . . Are All Memories of Wfonderfuj Moments Ed Riggs Linda Rimmer Louise Schonewetter Ruby Scott Danny Sell Brenda Shepherd Mary Sherrick Jim Shrewsbury John Shrewsbury Q X Janet Smith Dalton Snowden ,MPV G. W. Steincross nj ,52,, R Victor Stoddard --,i Sharon Stong R Tom Sweeney vs 25' 4, fs gh Q4 . V Q. 3 '.-15.5 , fi 4 4 - 'Rf-f., 86 Susan Thom as Paul Thron Gary Tow TOUY Umer THAT CRUEL WORLD OF BUSINESS Richard . . In 1959-1960 ,NMR -ev I, in is 51. Et"'q"k' Z3 , .2 9.5 S 'V ry .31 za r,w 8 7 Myers, Almeda Dahrner, Bruce Archer and Larry McCoy discuss different job prospects after John Vieth Jerry Wade Shirley Wade Jerry Walker Lucille Walker Beth Wallace Janet Wallace Harry Weber Verna Weber earleta Wile fl ,Kia Xhl Kat errne W1 e mson Becky Williams Sw Patty Winter Linda Wolfe Byron Wood Linn Wynes John Young Sammy Yurk JUNIOR BIG WIGS . , , ,Nancy Brown, Treasurerg La Mae Neas Vice-Presidentg Sara Lou Kapple Secretary and Dave Swearingen, President. uniors Larry Bowles Maxine Boyd Don Brown Nancy Brown Tom Bryant Frances Bullock Don Burnett Paul Burnham Norma Cargill Charles Carmack Connie Cash Lyle Catron Janie Caudell Dennis Chadd Charles Colton Connie Coale Pat Cruse Denny David G .fm 'W N- :gsf , 3, 1,9- .im f-uv-xB 'df , my A ,NW ,W . v..,,.,-.f f u 7 Terry Adam Dianne Adams Marilyn Alkire A ca ,ggi 5 ..,i V. KM, , , 6, Barbara Arms trong 4 l David Baird , a.. 'ir M 6 Linda Baker 'Q' f . 7 B fd y x. I gps K Y .. his , 1, l R "fr Larry Balk q Q' A Nancy Barker 9 A ,Q , Q . Jean Barone N. ' 'L -.,,.. N' 5 ' -Qs . Agll wa f I il 'nn A ' Judy Bastow " , Don Beisly X I ,, A ,,, ye f Lettie Bell M M lg V M A 'Q -- af .Wy B :'. , -. H, ti A VV 3. . Charleen Bley ' h A Bob Bloom ,, Q . ' fa' 4,4 Truman Bobbett ' Nl Q .,1rn .R , 'Q' V :Q an-Q .1 X S x J-'lvl "' A W B tv Zia A V. M A :LW :M :Q 3 L Nw. 'if B "' WB ,A Q yorr s y L Nr' is Q QQ? I ,,-avr" A , ,VI7 0 EH. 3 fv " -le P4 A -A an 5- . an C L5 MLW V g,i7fl jj? I N 1 'B -1 y K1 a p y A We 'wwf ..V, I C ,.-f . ' . ,,. I: is 15 s u W 4, N.. T51 5 'fr D L ' L B ,riff sf af I9 ' B ' ' L N4 ' ' 511- g, , 'B ll .M 4 1' W? '4' i 51... -S., -f-W-ed 7 SEL' d d iByr ,f rn L B ww egg , V K H A 3 , I- , ., 1 K . -U. li W 4,r .0 by f C L 1 'QB 3 . 1 Q V r:A r .V Y 5 -L 1 " M ls.. B -'ez' ,mf Q x l ri 1 if if . L3 x' 1 vw , -V v-t:mf,v W ' X 'fi '42 . H ' I 2 , an W 5 ' .xv , f wa- gi -it if S' -Q , ' Q " Q f, V , ,il , ' If ?' A of l tm... .suv A N A A " limi we F . L 'P , 1 3 aff, , . ,Q ,JV . K "W , -qw .' g ' s , ., , ' I , Lf, 4. M t fs- ,V ,R b .. -W , , Lg V ,Ii N, le---M ,T 1 ,I ,i ' ' A' 7' .::,:: 1 f r ' ! Larry Hall 1. -L i . ch 1' . .r "' 1 -V rw R - " " Clifton Hargrove M. ... X- gs? Bill Hasier F Q ' fl' ", W' 1..-v K M53 V gg S' 1 - f i x il R YW 4 es ' ' n , ,yy X A E it ,Wu f. 32113 will ! ig 5 g :.. Q .QQ 4 M - i R , 'ji Y ig- r mmhA ., . A ,. mi K 1 , . Hfiffi1, .,'srff,.l ...-1 -"' 's 1. W3 ML.. F W 2 t E - l 1---, s Y A X A M Or I ln' . ky A Q, Q -,, wa" QT aww '-""' Q . si y . 5 '. 'M Janet Hatfield Connie Havens Richard Heathman Ruth Henry Arlene Higgins Helen Hinkle Jerry Hoffman Joy Hogan Jerry Holcomb Carol Holland Gaye Howell Eugene Howington 89 Brenda Davidson Gary Dean Jack Demaree Dennis Disney Richard Donaldson Carrol Dove Virginia Ellifrits Karen Emery Marilyn Fairchild Sharon Fassel Ellen Fisher Donna Fisk Nancy Fortune Carol Frazier Dorothy Frye Rita Gehrs Lauretta Giger Terry Gragg BOOK BROWSERS , , , Wanda Koontz CarolFra zier, and Joe Spencer make up for lost time when our school was without a library l A , If-Ewq 1 2. m -a,..,,rFw if , M...-,,... I A' L fi s Z Ag, v iyiy M y,f" i 1 I :Fl -X .g f ' L, M is W- . Mir 3 A.....:. . iyiei L it 1 if ,gi ii" fi 3 Q I Q: A I Q ' 'Q L TOOL TINKERERS . . .Jerry Hoffman, Stan Urner, Lonnie Polk, and Jerry Gragg choose the tools best fitted for the job. Dick Loy Frank Lukenbill Sharon Marshall Tom McAllister Dwight McCormack Dennis McCoy Don Mclntosh Kay McKenzie Ennis McLean Marie Merritt Ronnie Mesplay Lynd Mische Larry Mitchell Lee Mitchem Joy Mitchum Mary Moore Ronnie Morris Harold Neas Beverly Huckaby Terry Johnson Carolyn Jones Howard Jones Kay Jones Linda Jones Sara Lou Kapple Kem Keithly Everett Kenney Wanda Koontz Shirley Koopmann Suzan Kraft ai, N. , 'Vit ka,- pw-, in 4 . ...ft , .qi -'ay F"'L'i: Qi? A 'Y " 'X..x'fr ' av . 1 I L ... I M M!" 'za-f "Vila 253' it Q 5 KS' Vigf ' tx L-3 Q fi, .nr . if . -1 .4 1 an Mfg 'Q .gi we Ntv Fi .- 5 5 'cz' C Daryl Lamb A Kendall Lawrence A 'af 't e -9 4? Mildred Loomer ai M N, 'K 'A+ tm fc ' .f J L "L" ' ,- fl K N5 i i y -,bv X .tZef:f ,, M K -.aa 'Im 1: 'ZT' 5, W 1:1- e ,.,. .rss ,..- A me R x' 5 :twister +f- N .K K 4 as. isfg, 1 , M ey, 4 W: Xi, lb... -::, ilnyx lk - Q W '--':' ' '- 'ink L 1 ,V " x V - H .. , ,, Ji E , , V my . I i..Ls.::.: ii- - - ' .I i . f '25 4 7 ' sa. P , 41+ xi ' it in, --.qu " ' iw' 1 FQ - rf KW H ' 5 7 ,0- s 1-of ., gag 7 t' .Sf S ' 5 , Q . , a M' ,I ,. . V,h E , L L- as 153 X P i ri: if' 'ti ,Vg Q!- Yr . cr' 2 ':.. R Y A 5' 4.2" Qs, kj- Xt? ja if t i ,R i f 1 E N I light ' . as ri K 5 ' 4 X 5 as i - 'D' Y.. f V.. .5, 'U yyih eV,, i wi B rf 'l , I , is sf' 2 OW f 1' r 1 ,R 1'i'ii'i1n'2. A 2 1- az: 1 y fa- L U P was M rf' f A I I 1-Q .kk t Ma ' J' swf . Ronald Rapp Bob Ratterree Elizabeth Remington Ann Richardson Lutie Richey Gary Roberts Billie Robinson Beverly Scism Larry Sheeks Tom Sherrick Harold Shumaker Nadine Shutters Bonnie Sikes Wilma Simpson Nancy Smith 91 F t La Mae Neas Maurice Nichols Ava Niswanger Greg Ogle Russell Ogle Richard Parrish John Peery Richard Pent Paul Perrin Richard Perrin Jack Pettibon Lonnie Polk Dorothy Prettyman Dottie Pryor Sally Quarton Susan Quarton Alan Quick Joyce Randell uniois HISTORY HEADACHES . . . . With brains in gear the American History class settles down for one of its many tests E E J Q J vf fra- 4 -wif t 'iff ,S in 'N Joe Spencer C Joan Starr David Steele V A' '-'Nix W.. l sp. M 1, ISV Stand-Lee Spencer .J-.. M la. Lml,V E l- -E E J ' A Ann Stephens J - . -V 4, Y Marlene Steve , 'H V? J 5 . ' Dave Swearingen ' . kk ' , fi K K Us -, Q? 9 4 If . 5 1 22- , Pat Thompson p A 4, rg, .As 4 Waneta Thompson - QI , Floyd Titus , l 5 'Jai tsnst PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT , , The typewriters ' b,,V click and the keys fly as the Vocational Typing i ' class takes a speed test. A J, at if fn' ,hr ag, 2 V ' fl we ' W" i J N " S J I J rss is f .V XR A A , , 5' X 3457 . v X' A V uk cfs- 1'-'ii i '55 H Am., wil? 4, me 4 ,av fn-4, fc: K. ax ., if Q N i . A , ' fqg-Pls' rryak if iv 3 . . A W, 5 . ' X v 5 lt If Q was .as if sw Vic J ,sr if Milky, -.::,,., 353 -at h wi ll J S 'W , :" A 'M' ' 3 ' T t I 'i Janie Tough Jacquie Trainor Pat Trainor Janet Urner Stan Urner Gene Vandenbu Charles Walker Johnny Walker Glen Wallace Peggy Wastell Jack Weber Judy Wegerer Terry Welsch Harry Williams Lillie Winscott Carolyn Wise Carol Woods Danny Young fl' S: l s Y .L . I K 4.5 J we mm -2 , . -, r i, wg, .et jg Luk it 'zz- K , W gg ,.,. J, vw 4: J X Qt 'YZ' A in 1 sh i " up .' .11 'fvfrxi A A M nf' 'fkflf ' "TJ, it-3? J J l si i' -lwj L- ' -H -1 ,I .QQ ' 111'-tiflfff .ff A A , l?33111Tii1'f . ,xii A -, J g ik.. . 5, j Y :lr 3 I if " S 'E . .", lx Nxf " k B "5f1f,:'1g55' '1 ,N A M 'fb xtk- f i, i K I if-'Q Y - El s-+ - :Q B 3 .,.:--2"' g Jlr ' Q E Rx . XL' if sw 9 .f 1' ff' Q., I 41 1 ,, C 1 .if ,W 1 v ,Q if w...4-f in?-'H l r K 'Dx W af if , vu' 1 - vm its fx -ev -fe 1 N, we r N' 5 qw , i , , l 5 'iv-ff Mary Drury Karen Eslinger Bob Fairbanks Mary Ann Ferguson Becky Ferry Lynn Franks Norman Garton Judy Grace Betty Greer George Hagerman Virginia Haggard Ronnie Hall A, -1 35' fs 'ff Al Joyce Ames Carol Anderson Owen Andrews Jim Arnold Marty Ayers Bob Beaver Barbara Beisly Janice Beisiey De Vere Bobbett Gerald Bronkar Beth Brown Bill Brown Joan Butterfield Shirley Carpenter Ruby Cartwright Mike Cleveland Herbie Collins D. A. Crawford Raymond Crawford Julie Dahmer Lillie Mae Dark D. Brack Davis David Dodson Frances Dove Sophomores OH, TIIESE EXECUTIVE PROBLEMS Raymond Crawford, Presldentg Shirley Carpenter Treasurer Mary Woodfill, Secretaryg and Bill Brown Vice President. 1' .,4 Elaine Harper Melva Harper Sue Ann Harpold Linda Haynes Herman Hendrix Sylvia Henning Dale Herren Mac Hornecker Sharon Howell Vernon Howrey Harold Hulse Mike Ireland Paul Jadlow Ronnie Johns Billy Johnson Dale Johnston Bill Jones Lynda Julian P' iw., -' "Q r-1 , ..fgr'w.gl K 4 A 3 - A M , - Af, - ' ,.. '14 'af asf. nf-.T 'Z' 'A' V h YT' 2' , -", J ' V . , VA' ,film B it ,K ,fi-fly, pw ff . 3, J fl iff J Lil 'IN ff" rsss W J if ii E f 1 'fy ff If 'V ,W -N , 2 I :Q 'k I, . -.IQ-:S ig psi.: Jrr -7' 1. B ' -ss J :fs , 'Q'-is -K' K V J ' . " V Q. ' M' nw kwa? If v , A "-as -n A m Q. !k sg E t 4 , I, :N - . r .fvvagw ,Q os 9 Q3 J.. ,645 16 ? ,.., Q--V 45 s M A V tif., av' A xg J -ffl r Ef'l'7?'l l A l .r'i'X, sa 'M J "': '- ' vt: gf!! - K ii? - vlvr":i 4, V V ai' . :L K V we we J you J ' f. A ,.,V, N ' 'B X Kay Kafer 3 W 1- "' ,Q - x 2 Connie Kelso '- -any Nl Q "' 2 Donald Kenney C 1 ' Y af Dale Koopmann N ,. L 2 ,i', june La Due, Y +". 1 .Q , f E if fs N'e-ff ,415 r il 'W , isis - xx " L in I l A 35345 Win? ' f I he - K 2 o.. ' " af' X , nm, as rl' ,Ax , fi.: ,. J c,gf,,5 " ""' , i W as s B L B flirt 4 K .yawn I lm f K V H+ "" ' JA 'Wifi I V K' A ,,,. i 3-N B7 is N J -"f'xf5 rx P, a K F Q ,W I . , X 5?s',Ail -.... - ww 15' .. va.-W... ,i' is 'l' X 1 John La Guire Janet Lasley Roy Lasley Homer Lawrence Don Leavell Carol Little Kathy Long William Love Linda Mason Ray Maxwell Sandra McCormack Betsey McDermo tt E SPOTLIGHT ON SENTENCES . . . . The English ll class listens as Herbie Collins reads one of his sen- tences aloud. KWH' r .Gees mir P , , as , .N , 1 -as L ' Ol i ze. .sn J rw pa, " me ' N . - yi S , 'le I if 5 W M Gr f ZJ: P - .. Us H' ,-"-7' 'ff Q 'fi- -.,-.W5 ,, wa., .V , ' uv.. K an 'ff' Carol McDowell Robert Milford Gene Mitchem Larry Moore Larry Murray John Musick Sue Neas --.nu-....,.rs.,.-....,..,.a.rs., ,, , K Sue Nelander Tha yne Nord yke .i x lla ISK 1? u,9. LANGUAGE BARRIER . . .... Paul Jadlow, Mike Ireland, Karen Eslinger, and Sue Philbrick question the coniungation of the verb. Sophomores Pat Perkins Gary Peters Clifford Pettibon Richard Pettibon Sue Philbrick Charles Phillips Tony Pike Gus Prather Mary Lou Ragan Cheryl Ralston Sharon Ramsey Lynne Da Rapp Richard Rapp Micheal Reed Harry Rlioades Donnie Richardson Mary Ann Riggs Johnny Robinson ' Q O, 3 Patricia Nutt M A f-A A in Johnny Ogle M yrs., 5' ,W Lynne Olson .ai -W if r Z ' tir, N4 as O A 1 L Kay Overman ,Q 33. o? 37 Y- ,wr wk 0 gs " -3 Ricky Owen ' N, .,. 3 I i 1 V Bobby Oyer if ,, O Wert' " " . 'lt' ' ,V 'fy y Lorrie Oyer M Q 1 A " in Donna Payne l ww fi + f -Q J . . I ' ,:- -1. l ki-sy .aaa-'sv beef, P7-M ,sy 'vi f. s 9 I "V-:ov , Vqk, K1 F , fm, fy. N f r 4 . tuus J y gif . . ,N . 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Y-f ...ff-.rss-1 'fm Y i ua -eg, -34314322 4-., i XM- gi an ,m4Q2'q,, ,Q . f .ni ma.. " fw,,W!,,a I' i M' . ' Tis, 332-T1'1 ff r A vw ig w , Y " "',- -f, U . .ft , - Wai Y. F' ga-, 5 FN-.a ,fi ii? .4 EVM A W ? w i ' , K ' ,dw My x I :. ly - 5 X, 2.5 zl., it in V :xy S I I A' ' xr Q Judy Spillman Ann Swearingen Kathy Vieth Rosemary Watson Danny Weber Louise Whalan Glenna Whitaker Nancy White Sheldon Wight Martha Wood Phyllis Wood Mary Woodfill Tom Woolverton Buddy Wright Carol Zillox 9 6 Gary Rodieclt Donna Rogers Mary Runyon Linda Scott Rebecca Shafer Jim Shaw Stanley Shepard Jim Sheridan Margaret Sheridan Linda Shoemaker Pat Shrewsbury Ronnie Shutters Bonnie Smith Johnny Smith Joyce Smith Harry Snowden Sophomores THE LIFE YOU SAVE MAY BE YOUR OWN .... Don Leavell, Bob Beaver, liilljones, Mr. Dehon, Instructor, and Robert Milford return to school after an hour of driving. .- Ury "' in ff' 4 vnnnmnson scnooi. om can "N: f'--N-W f--W My ,Q FIRST CLASS FIXERS ..... . . .Judy Tough, Seert tary Susie MeGehee, Treasurerg Randy Fine, Viee Presidentg and Lynn Whitworth, President. Freshmen Dnane Bowen Douglas Breen Barbara Brittingham Gary Brooks Bobby Brown Don Brown Charles Buenning john Bunn john Burgess Loretta Campbell Edward Cargill Merle Carpenter Billy Chapman Linda Charles Rhoda Chubiek Sharon Clark James Cochran Esther Collins Gladys Cooprider Gary Cornell Charles Dahmer Jerald Disney Sharon Dodson Letha Drury lk 2 Donald Adams P, '54 ij T Terry Adams my S A ,V ix! Suzanne Armitage W -1-ref A T 1 in V' 'W ,.,- ,- 4 M Lana Baldwin fi' y A A 'A r Sandra Bales 1' A, r Linda Balk 5 i or 'N Shirley Barker David Barton Larry Beisley 3, Donna Beisly , Donald Belcher gr .. fl - - .. 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F xffrtrf' sim Fox G diid F i ii F i Elix ir Q A ,,i I 25,4 ff: W XXI z ' , iff Sharon Frazier . I, ' ff Roy Fry MM if F.. .-... A " y ,3 Q y my Erle Frye x """' ,vi 'W 3 'F 3, ' , "' "' Jonet Gallagher ' MQ ji - " ,""jj' .W , "" g 'ffl' Elizabeth Gardner "IIT ,rr,' Q g Q XM tw Warren Gast , Q b F ,r t F F F E F .fl NJ El 3 V : I gm , ,up ,r t,rA.r ii, P Us A H A i f s wa 'I ' " 'FV ' ye V 439 A Warren Glimpse . r.,,,,,y ,A i I 1: M- fn Q 1 F Carol Gose i!""ii"' 3 Sa? ' E' Janet Grace E . -3 ' R W ' if Polly Gragg bi Thomas Hackleman l rs THIS OUR NATIVE TONGUE? . . . . , , .The 51116151 Plackney rg. 2 ea F ' rx English I students wonder about this as they tackle an 3 ev F ' F ,rf 'F " a rough quarter test. Janet armon WW? - 'en' ' .B -- l ,- F '2-.': 14 iz? rs ' Susan Harper , F Gary Headley ""'h " ' ' ,AF Janice Heitz r H gl 'Q Q r rrr, 'r'1 b .,'r- u g J 1 'U' f s ,fy K k i Don Hendrix V ,N V ,D is Jimmy High N 5 ' A "" 1 6 Joe Hill 5 sf-f, ' 1 ir, fi' 'P 1113 a Q 2 : . .l ' Jerry Hogan Melba Householder f. 'i4'?r ,'ih lj .A Bobby Howell ' Q ,'yy bm, G 11' my ,M F N f sz , ' 'ff - - 98 a wr Jimmy Jacobs r- ft f Terry Jadlot B Donna Johns Bobbie Jones Leo Jones -- Mike Kelly Gary Knoblauch Tobie Lawrence Evelyn Leedy Jack Lilly Wilson Liter ov. s ifmi nn 1 7 .,k 4 ,nr 5 ' s, ,nw ,J i 5 M '5 ' 1 "th . 2 - fffwfxn M- V I ui' E I X- J, Q Q ' a " fl -"' W w - ' .. A fn f 139' -5 Bk, 'JU -.sf ' ji ' 1 -4.14 j , j 7 - j J A , J' 2 1 :A -1-- - its-, ' P .A .Qi V , , V 3 -iv.: - can .. 'f ile - L 2 - Q V S . 'fi ,if 'I 46 se' if J N J f. .- kikr . K- . K- , . 4 i .z.,, ,, S A ,I L, K 75:52 tl ' M- ? - .Q 'Q gl lfw. W K- Jill' f 1r:::'::1!x ,".:: Fred Loane 5 if 'C V M John Loane A rf--. . 'R M 5: - De Wayne Loomer F . id! V ,Q ,EW Ns . - Qu M Loretta Lyon ',Ao h W U s up 3 ,QL , if 1 11, Sharon McDaniel is "U" J ff' C" X Ns- , L' V Susie McGehee 1 Q .K D' T wr Q K il " iss, y e ' i 5 i B i is .L X f f ' ,ff 'x 5 if - ' J 2 ,- X Lee McReynolds V Q-A,l,,, at Sharon Milford " 1 C if , Bennett Miller ff, - ,i.gQ,s D ff, Warren Moseley ' ss W Carolyn Murray My T XE .. lk z Freshmen SCIENCE WIZARDS . . . .Ab Rees, Gary Cornell, Lana Baldwin, and Barbara Shaver discover the exact weight of zinc. Pam p iv six: , ,, affirm , gffsrsffrz ws , -W ,wqgigg,5mvQ'f . , cf q4gw?':7,: , m,s,,., V ., W, 5 5 Jim Murray Jery Nunn Leona Olson Marybelle Overton James Perrin Phyllis Pettibon Thomas Pilcher , , W, " Standlee Pippin ' Delores Price Ronnie Price Paulene Pryor Georgia Pyle fam 1 J . "'fi,f1Q,y Q- '12 522- 'Wi 1 f X- ij I j It .f-4' dakf ,- fs: ?'7' ' ,ii ., +-gjk' - - ,N 1. ,V-if P- it f it fs X Q- .1 , . .W S' x L ri 1 N Ax 1 f. MEN is I .' -' Q, ' 'ii 'a -QW., sq-P' . , is 3' , f .. xl - f , ,L 'he X :wx yy, 1 ,M V L -N Q K I E . wr 3? -' A., , . .M 1 0 IN -Q ,MM r . ,. - H 1, A with M ll , .,.- . it 1, :ri if x - I A f , +55 2' fair if 5' 1 V r Ronald Quackenbush Sharon Rabon A b Rees THIS IS LAKE ERIE ..... While Thomas Hackle ma n points out the Grea t La Res Esther Elliott Tobie Lawrence, and Larry Rose watch "H, III, I II . , ., "VI: I ' we 'I I I A Amelia Richardson I 1 ' I WI- , Joyce Richardson II 1 ii I ' ,Ip Carol Richmond in I I gl- N 'j' if I y fb at . . 1 P Larry Rose II ' I ft I 6, I If I r Ronnie Rowe I I , 'I .Q 1 Jim Russell 'f N " llX 7 'ri" 7 1 ' 4 A L ,I fs- I T I if Barbara Shaver I ,. '-" r-' Q 22 5-M I John Shaw f I I ..- I , " I,sII,, I Barbara Shepherd ' Us ry ' I I , I 'fx HI if AA I V. 1 'N 31 I I ' -I mf' I I im . Wk 'zu I .Q X I f 1 ix-an I-. , I ,E II' II ,, III :TI ,4 . ' I 3 '+G' - x-' I, 5 I I , ,v g.mN'I :xii ' I w I , I!! x. I M. 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F " Q,- I M , y I.L, , I. ,. s , I fl, , , Q4-A A .1 Freshmen Samuel Shepley Henry Shumaker Beverly Simmons Stoller Simon Patricia Spencer Virginia Spillman Kenny Starr Carmen Tillery Judy Tough Danny Tucker Duane Vaughn Helen Walker Carol Wallace Richard Wallace Larry Ware Richard Webb Mary Webster Terry Wehmeyer Lynn Whitworth Joe Williams Sam Winter Elizabeth Winters Lily Winters Patty Wood im r wt'-ft-ilsa'1,'.f sg f . ...f my , .t E I F ff 1- N S, fir j t 'e it ,- KEY FIGURES . .... . . Marsha Martin, TFGHS' urer Dana Legan, Vice-Presidentg Nancy Quarton, Presidentg and Paul Ames, Secretary. Eighth Grade Mildred Bronlcar James Brown Joanne Brown Lynn Brown Sheryl Bryant Gene Bulloelr Jeannie Burgess Earl Caldwell Keith Campbell Connie Carroll Elizabeth Charles Billy Collins Iiinrny Colton Pat Colvin Glenda Cooprider Norma Crouse jiinniy Curry Virginia Curry Steven Abel Philip Adams Cindy Allen Paul Ames Sharon Balk Carolyn Beisly Judy Jan Bell Pam Berry Gail Bise Kent Bobbett Jerry Bobbett Karen Boin n ' . if .fi , """ 7 ' ,o',' F f... , ,, . ix at ., if f: R , ,gms ni- ,rf r at ff 334 'fr aa r,--- if"'x' '15 q ire' err Q' M, i I Q, wkwwa 3 w lu 5, " be it 30 it 3-fi it " it 4 I li , 'li 1. L 3 K. . aft' at A ,Nm , x v Q 'pa fx. .o4,.'32 1 fi . 5 Ca! I ,. fi 03319556950 KEGG: if 3 3 j k-'CL' 1 x Ki , t 'er s I A ew 'if' vc-'Y '?vv JU? 2 fx-. ' f .pq Q M b C A ,. D A cf' 'N ... . .B if C I N is 5 . xi - i 4- .4 ,K fr . i 4, U 'ef' ' ' is A ur, A M i M 552 ZL' l ' 'Leif Kif5f.v:.,,? f at 5 ' R ir ' 'i' i,-' , -. - N , f A A A 'xx if A . 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Excitement reigns as each teaniwonders if the return will be good Clint Kraft Sammy La Due Beverly Lamb Dicky Lawrence Ronnie Layher Alfred Leer Dana Legan Margie Lukenbill Vicki Maib Larry Malone Marsha Martin Carson Mason Johnny Mason Gary McAllister Sue Ellen McCall Maryann McKay Ann McNeese Lewis Mell rf Mi, Dan Hensley Roma Hieber Marilyn Hogan Mary Horine Claudia Howell Ronald Hubbard Wayne Jackson Virginia Johnson Stan jones Sonja Judy Michael Kimberlin Pat Koehler i H I. ag V. wx' if 'wr ui I kg' In 4,7414 I V4 4 5 if - My 1M -M I v , '17 M ---,. af' V ,.,K,'!.'. i -it fl..QQ"'f,M M f f .. 'Q '--- 'WW g it 'iz Mil' igmgrl ,AXE ' M- lift 'lf .ln 1 X Q A y, A A M352 .,.. M. 'bl Q, M, J V M 1 La ' X Lf. ,f AM Vg :iii I s- W -.:3 xi Ml 1 'nn k'k', -uni W N kg .. 4 ' M.'li5f4x ,125 ,,.,.ucs vu 10.85 Y, Y . 3' if K e -M: 'wr ri. . . -.arf .i -" , 'sg H ix ll at K' , ..., "1 Q -T M X y if , ,M M i , Q . 4 -Q' fb. . l sf, rx 'Q Safe' i eau! -Hr. 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Karolyn Perkins Rosemary Perrin Laura Peters Thomas Pettibon Vicki Pettibon Janet Phelps Martha Phipps Dewey Piotrowski James Pippin Patricia Place Steve Pyle Linda Quackenbush Nancy Quarron Leroy Rainey Carol Rapp Saunclra Rasnic Deanna Ratterree Barry Reed my . 3 ,.--A Karren Mitts Gary Moore A M P Bennie Nall ,, rp 'A if w f PM J f ws i Us-vs ' . " , I.. 'F ' fa' - l. it Arthur Null V an Joe Olson V . g , V Shirley Orr . f llr, 153' Q QA Qs - f 1 we :Q , " l A -'I gi,-1:-3-V Liff.. -5 at r 3 ' 5 .r-' if ' ' 3 Tommy O'Toole 'A A ' Donna Pascoe fi 2. --,ag M Cheryl Payne ' I V 'ar . aft? X. , I rtllr' N gf' 1 ui- gp 5 ..,. X r 4? vw. I V M 3? ski? I K av - 1 ,JF K K gl A 'QE.j3 ily-,,Q 1 'P be r ll ,. M 'fi . ,K 5. V -vi? L I I H52 x erik s . 'AA . - -. 1' 5 , a H -w j ,, A- .4 , .. S V '3"ewr , ip 4 I vi -ss f 'ff l " I x P P 'Z F3 fm, YI Y lm ' 1 'A Q 'Q W 'di Mig .1 ,,,. N xxx far" 7' F SN : K' Xi f .4 Franklin Rhoades Patty Rimnier Darrell Robinson Martha Roush Stephanie Schwenck Sandra Scism Fay Scott Janice Shipp Richard Sidwell James Simmons Margie Smith Mary Lou Smith Patricia Smith Stanley Soukup Vern Spencer Billy Stanford Elizabeth Stephens Thomas Strasser Patricia Sullivan Madge Swearingen Gordon Talbot Betty Taylor Bill Thomas Judy Thomas Charlotte Thompson Barbara Tillery Sharon Troegle Maude Trosper Eddie Wade Margaret Wait Cheryl Walker Russell Walker Fred Weber Ted Weber Eva Sue Wehineyer Vicky White Marshall Wood June Woods Esther Wooldridge Patrick Wyatt Bobby Young ,,..'-,fy . A :- J .Jia S . if an W' ll fs: J V 4' .K 1 5 Q gxflb 4 t,,ii T' i 4 'NS-.. ' Tr' :gif r I 5 - 'N 4-P' ff. , if 3 A 'Mk sf , , 'uv-4 n qi 12 l it vw ,fs 3 1 im 7 'Dr , it , t uv' f"4'!"l V N' 9 ,i I f N f ' -fs? " NU xy D . Q I p if ':.' . N I , :ff f-2' , A ,. W L ti Z b 'Xi S k E 'S l .f l ' E' hth fade M,.,.. p I f yt S ar. gg 9 Qi i"i dy ' es- is-SL :., . 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Myra Abele Tommy Addington Kenneth Allison Danny Arnold Velma Attebery Carole Beaver Linda Bernhardt Will Biggerstaff Nancy Bishop Cecil Blackmore t ' i av-"mi J 'N' 5 +-.,,,, 'Ri ff ,M - vf-f 2811 . ., ' eisiirfi' 'X :Q 2- - We 'Nm-an P .tif CABINET CONFERENCE. . . . . Bob Williams Treasurerg Bobby Nicodemus, Secretary Tommy Haynes, Presidentg and Vicki Hoeper Vice Presi dent. Seventh Grade . 'lf Y A 1 I , . 1 I is finis....'-4.25.44 N V if . r t f .E 'Q , ' ll r 'L' W' Q -I wg LS? 3 ' 'uw' W 9 If N B hw in ilu!! awww , vw' 'M t e f f- f 1 V A V 3 vii, in Q "i' fbi?" A , V. " M ' lagngl :ff 1 2:1 L f ! , , ' 1. ' i 4132 . X f s. -' 2 A it Peggy Bliss Patrice Bobbett Tommy Bound James Breiner Donald Brown Maxine Brundidge Donna Bruns Glen Buenning Kenneth Butterfield Patricia Callahan Leslie Campbell Aletta Carpenter Johnny Cartwright Linda Cartwright Nancy Caudell Bill Caylor Tommy Chandler Linda Clark Bonnie Cobb Chris Coffman Jerry Colton Bill Crawford George Current Vicki Curtis hi, ,.., .. r K km. h w Zfifvvki . wviri' if a. 2- fm , in We i wi 5' W W I f V- . z W ,,.. --V-'I I , i A V K . . I . .V na 1 , f 25 ':-l 'LEE-1 if 1 iisi if -1 A 5 ,NM S K Q 6 Q' lk 'CJ if f 2 iii ff 3 ,A li. - .J L A l -'N N" ' si. ' if i Sue Dalimer Martha Dailey Jolin Dalton Gary Davis Dudley Divine Gerald Dobyns Dianna Dougherty Linda Dukes Iolin Dunaway Norma Duncan David Ephland Carolyn Erickson Toni Estes Kelly Ezell Colin Faircliild Norma lo Falor Joe Finders Reggie Finders Barney Fislier Mary Kay Flaren Iolinny Flynn Nancy Fours Bill Giessman Judy Gordon SYSTEMATIC SEAMSTRESSES . nearing the procedure to follow, tlie 7rli grade Home Ee. class tackles rlie job. X fa - Tx, aj, ' i M JL - 17f:1.yf G ir.lis j , 5 N' ,K - :gf I fy EA ,G+ l iy,r 'ily "' I F , ii K ,. 534 1 V N 'f 'S SG" Q K , -Ou I I ' K X ,KI J .., a ,Q 111 K I Rn , I K. V, H V K XSVMKX V,:. ,, wr 'L I :s K 2 '--, W5 ykivk , Wim Qlfmifasw fi, as , K ..aa1i.3F l i x i , s?d 1 K "va - if-fi fa-cf , 1 K K K , f f W- h i K ii 5 if "' . Q 3 5? V' K' ' fs - -if yi i me V K - it wg J, KK, ,S . K tag u Kivk, A X Ja, Ai ,td , 1 Ks. il, K? 42? ,A Q 5, il . I f ,lf-7 3, :Egg ' 1,121 i 3 x i 'Q Q zz is Q 3 , ii! , W " vi ,' -jf ggi? . I . . . I1:'.2Z'.f'r, slag pf XK'J 'X if .9-X . I ' Cliarles Gossetr . "' W K L. 5 K. I -urs. gi' 16' an ,, f rw. I 'G g f I ' James Gresliain 0. .W if L :R Sieve Grissom w if ,, S """ Donna Haley -af g r- - 5 ' ,jg 2 Q? 'ram r H " rf: ' . ' G si 355' 5 , ...-,Fi I ,Lu-.. '11-rip, ' fdgtv 'Q J K- f ll, ,mf- yf-aag -A K m y , , . .""" 6 I 1, sr 4? ma 1 35 . K, K, sais H ,.i, ""4v- N-,M S 'WM f ,J- Mw' -f Gene Halilnurton Keirli Haminonrree Barbara Ilaner Larry Harper Lu Crera llarper Ronnie lrlarpold i.sK y 107 iii: " W .g -f' 2 K -.1 ' -l ' 'fl' ' . N1-g u ' - ,.:, f ,, uf 15' lx' ?iiS,'35,.3ii55L?iSiQ:i',fl:'vii Afrer -gf--W Bill Hartline Georgetta Hayes Tommy Haynes Carol Hendrix Charene Herrell Linda Heryford Larry Hiestand David Hill Linda Hill Vicki Hoeper Joe Hogan Vicki Holmes Jimmie Hopkins Dickie Hovey Glenda Hulse Mike Humphrey Pat Ireland Glenda Jackson Denny Jadlow Connie Johnson Gary Jones Kelly Jones Sylvia Kelso Vickie King 1, , i fm V 4, Q. A T fav Wg-1, gv 4' 'Q' ' 5' is U , F I .gy 'ff' . wir I f, M:-L' . +3 .' , - 5 ' if . ff V. . L . 2- , ,iff f f si ,f zz - lwllliwv 4 ,Ax f igs' 3 ,. l'l,7glia,' ,flfilf fl' , M . f fm! irq, , male- S , 1 y A Q wr y ,fi .,,..'V in xy .vw ip ,fm 1 V Ns 3 J' ' rye- S , , 45 , , A Q' m "' 'f x K S W J ' N' I L 5 iii o,,, 51' -H he H . f P L i i .ik are ...ii . ff: ' '..,'ff.f L " 'L if ,.. yVy,. 5 he , x J xx S Q ii. xi' iusiwirif ,iii COMPETENT COMPOSITIONISTS . . . . .Connie Johnson David Hill, and Lee Wolfe look on as Glenda Jackson reads her composition. .,i..,...... ,yur me iris ' 'L frfsi ,ff , X W, ,Q srl? Marjorie Klorz Q y 'LX iz I . xy JH' Marvin Klotz Gary Knoblauch E Mary Jo Lasley . Q -vw. . V74 12355-, Exif-,' . V H ififqizf Q - r zzisiazzzrraizilyriifsisf111 E2 Eugene Lightner Buddy Lilly J ,N Connie Locke , W J x't..:f f 0 Y , 3 'fx it ril' sir' W? 1 1 Q Ronda Longstreth John Loomer f Charlotte Lyon 1 ,Q-'V' A 'tg' il . ig, ri rr ,ff :Q Gi" ,aw 'X lam., , 'HUF , lofi M, g f XS-. 7 . .J ,, is r 1:7 my , K 'rdf' ',- '. aa-vs me is, M - , 1" up .pf , ,...r, .W N an K i ,V .M V il it X J' 2 , -, A uf . in' ""' f 9 , K , gn' 'W I av v-.V . M 9 - , 'W' x27 ,ww r 'K f 'X 9 rf' X -is r x 108 ff iD "ffffU.-, .aff . POINTS TO PONDER. . . . . . . . .EdithPulliam, Karen Preston Ray DeanScism and Larry Knoblaugh wonder what the future holds in store. Seventh rude Terry Miller Pamela Mitchell Charles Mitchem Robert Mo ttie Morris Mulkins Buddy Murphy Jo Ann Newsom Bob Nicodemus Charlotte Norwood George Owens Eddie Oyer Theresa Payne Linda Peterson Pamela Peterson Harold Phillips Bobby Pickens Karen Preston, . Bob Pryor , .-. ,t.:..... Edith Pulliam Linda Pursley JO Anne Rabon Karl Range Janice Rapp Mary Rhyne Marsha Madill Robert Manes Eddie Marquardt George McCormick Regina McDermott Frank McGrath David McVey Ardis McVicker Lafayette Mell Cathie Miller ,,. 79? 1- 7- N '9 no-t 71 ' PM ff' L : rn, E .t1f N ff :E 4: A ms g .nnwgg R' Q -ff -Q-, if -.- -W-Q aw , rigxff ' , A sz: 11 , .... , 7 A s- 'V I, 4 3 w-ir j " G fgi ,,., -K V. ,P t 3 r F, X If IR it LL P '.l'?., 'Tx' XY: f l X , ff Si. f""" K A xg Kham egg G. .1 ,V .3 Jr Q., he me it ig rf eff M t l K r 1 'fx i r P V at K M i iz p. t if K Hangs. G 'K A . Q 4' 3 T., ' RTA- is "' will 'K G' 'QI vga A vs ie, ir - mr Wx' 3' L 'f' f G 'GJ X A' .."i, M G at "L, rr- of G -at ,rest W 'Q ff ix ,z I , .ANNA V rjzjj Q' -5 . JH x' ii. ' ff? f Q' X ,TT - i U ' is ttsti f ' K M y ,y,r i, yi f ,W rrr P , K ,ef K' iff ' ,5 is fsffr 'P it this-it - .L-, V .1 we V fy V vm vw R if MQ A-' gl TM H Q x 6 I A xx .,l: R, V . I in H Fx K As ,fa Aw- 3 359417 f, 3, -, ,M R.- K ,Q in ? Q ,, L 3 I I ' " X R . HX , 3 ' 2 ' 6 R, 1 ' ' . W?' s , 53 :Rx 1 -R X ,m R Q . T R , N tm t A 1 'J' of E s RM NW wwf dll ,,,,S K ' K l I tv' . , 'W 5: VVAA Q ' fggiiwxg-'Mia . A V 7 R wi 7 isis? E W vmf:f.m.f- Frankie Richmond Marcia Rimmer Ralph Roby David Rogers Cheryl Schnedler Ray Scism Charles Scott Danny Sewell Vernon Shaw .Sharon Sheets Terry Shepley Ralph Shumaker Donnell Shutters Carol Sieberns Gary Smith Tony Sprague Joy Stanford Seventh Grade .g Q 5' S me l R P na :fm f 'S Q M Q Q.: xslt ""' 7 in Y , sw . LN , V. ,A 7-Q . 5 A 'CI' E -'Q' Rf: ft JZ, g R R ? W .:-' S' t...fQL S - X 1' ' Q 1 :- ew 4 ,f -. Ay Y- I' ,5 . swf: wo- 4' + f X sar 41 ll l A R f R WK- L f "" " 0 R' -.tv ,--f-R A "f ""' R A W. R R '-' fl N t .- if ia sss . R T Rr iff- '. - 3 wt ,R I-M. R 4- -1 X Exit- . r' H' fx l ' " f sk X 1. ' ' V 'gr ' V I ' Hi , 51: 4 af T GM R 1 ve SJ W.. 'gf R gy , A R .. .2-WR .lirr R .315 2 -X c i.i s 71 ' R ,AV , JQEK, S " . ,R . -L V7 U L A . 4 , .,- v -4- ,wylx if-, M is t ls M N- ik V R V HI AS -Rs' ASSSS ,N 51555 Cheryl Starr Kent Sterett Dave Stone Steve Struke Susan Swager Jimmie Thomas Glen Titus Regar Todd Connie Tow Bob Triplett Larry Tucker Gary Van Mater Toni Waite Rosemary Waldeis Jackie Wales Donna Wardin B, F. Weir Jerry Wellington Joe Whisler Bob Williams Ruby Williams Linda Wilson Lee Wolfe Gary Yurk Capable Workem Serve Interests of All SMILES AID DIGESTION . . . Working on a busy schedule to see that there is RK-4 N56- . ' plenty of food for students at the noon hour are lrene Wilhelmson, Supervisor of Cafeterias, Jane Pyle, Nellie Lowry, Mildred Attebery, Pauline Rainey, and La Merna Wood, High School Cafeteria Manager. f rf ,ss-V 2 fm? .. CUSTODIANS COVER MILES . . . Ed Riggs, Mrs. Homer Miller, Chief Custodian Homer Miller, Raymond Buck, and Danny Hill are shown before beginning the many tasks necessary for keeping our school in order. Merle Fellows, another one of the custodians, was not present for the picture. i fu Q R5 PROMPT SCHEDULE KEEPERS . . . Bus drivers Roy Household- er, Guy Headley, L Clarence Gonterman, D. O. Quackenbush, Harry Lewis, F. A. Nichols, LeRoy Mc- Vicker, Kermit Neas, Bus Supervisor Carl Cox, Doyle Johns, Stanley Burner, Glenn McGee, Raymond McVicker, and Fred Mealey, report to have their picture taken before their 3:18 bus route begins. , -1:13 x l g""' I W"'lnr'9ff I LETTERS--WE SEND LETTERS . . . Donna Fisk, Bob Pohl, Pat Thompson, and Gary Tow perform the NEVAMO staff's first duty of the year--sending out cards to NEVAMO adver- tisers. Each year while shopping for prom formals, "special" dresses, suits, or ties, in every store we are greeted with a friendly smile and some helpful hints to make our selections. 112 M12 ADVERT! Eli ff 95 ' v S I !Z! S 5 E l t pf 5 Besides providing us with a good place to shop, Nevada merchants lend their support to the nu- merous activities alwaystaking place within our school. So the NEVAMO staff sends cards of " Thank you, thank you" to the many advertisers represented in these next pages. I I Darnold s Florists Fourth Generation Florist Nevada, Missouri NO 7-4551 Charles ---- Dena Hennessy Chevrolet-Buick Inc. 224 East Walnut "S ike Henness Sells Chevrolets P Y and Buicks in Nevada, Missouri." NO 7-4891 HIGGINS DAIRY COMPANY Carl D. Higgins and Ted Ireland Highway 71 and Vernon NO 7-3633 "For Better Health, Drink Tastemark Milk Pokorny Drug Store I "A Name Identified with Pharmacy Since l894." East Side of Square Hartzfeld Conoco Service Highway 71 and Hickory NO 7-2231 Congratulations to '60 Graduates Sears Roebuck and Company 203 East Walnut gln----- V 1.9-Q V ! iii' ill 51' ii' Gceetdzri Hand Insurance Agency "Insure and Be Sure." Service Cafe N. Side of Square NO 7-8831 Good Tender Steaks and Short Orders Home Cooked Meals and Home Made Pies Special Sunday Dinners x QQ SPORT SHOP MaxweII's Food lockers and Market 103 East Atlantic Nevada, Missouri Compliments of Sharp's Stores' Company American Bookkeeping Complete Bookkeeping and Tax Service Goodyear Service Store 209 North Main NO 7-4885 "More People Ride on Goodyear Tires Than Any Other ." RICHARDSON MOTOR COMPANY 1 ga. XML 3??5?gf- ,fT'?flf,lS V Q .. if fa ' A J M cc.. ..,, . . ,..: ..,, A U , i,,,. ' .lugs-2.t , p H , 1 S H T T onai my 3 gn olisa or S ii,ni wx qw it' in ., Q N .,. 7 neaias eg, - az to - we iff, . , if 1 2 - , ! iii? 1 A A f ni,' 5 iw, r ', 3 " ','ri WW r1.a rl ' -my ,, W. R. Hamblin REAL ESTATE-LOANS-INSURANCE Phone NO 7-3603 Nevada, Missouri BEST WISHES FROM-- 0! 9 Horner Flower Shop Virgil Cassius and Ruby NO 7-4841 or NO 7-4842 ll24 North Main Shanks and Sterrett Clothing Company rr vv Everything a Man Wears East Side of Square '1na 'El-.l , JOHANNES HARDWARE noone corset- enorvsmwgs fs, : "Shoes for Every Occasion" Mendenhall's Shoes At the Sign of Florsheim South Side of Square I Moore Supply CompanT Appliances, Floor, and Wall Coverings NO 7-3433 612 East Walnut James K. Arthur BOOKKEEPING and TAX SERVICE INSURANCE 216 North Main NO 7-6375 Nevada, Missouri Mitchell Hotel Hotel Mitchell and Coffee Shop "Eat Fine Foods in Air-Conditioned Comfort." +A, KAPPlE'S HARDWARE Q - p,p.,, . ClTIZEN'S STATE Member FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. Nevada, Missouri Beisley's Paint and Wallpaper For the Finest in Paints The Home of Pittsburg Paints East Side of Square Nevada, Missouri ,,,g1g, ,g ,g by V ,,,,,,,,,,, D 8. D GRlll AND STEAK HOUSE East Edge of the City on Highway 54 Nevada and Eldorado Springs Curb Service Featuring Choice Steaks Fried Chicken Sandwiches Shrimp Barbecued Ribs ,A , 1- A mf? f f 116 Y W7 Dr. 0. W. Dodge-Dr. I. E. Spencer Optometrists lO9 East Cherry NO 7-2560 Ames Supply Company International Harvester Dealers Nevada, Missouri Armitage Appliance and Hardware SKELGAS. WESTINGHOUSE Hardware- -Seeds - - Gifts Crawford Real Estate and Insurance 114 West Walnut NO 7-2459 Nevada, Missouri Dari-Creme . it Malts, Shakes, Sundaes, Cones ca, 'iii X A Foot-Long Hotdogs mga , 49.35 f gg, 1916! Highway 71 North ITIODE O' DFW California Fashion Center for Dresses, Lingerie, Blouses, Hosiery, and Sportswear VV i.fWi:i?2ee. i gxl - V .Ja " 9 if E . . ' 7 7: 2 ,W 5 s, .yard-' fd - vga ,fag 2 -V ,ff ,W t e 5 ' 7 , 2, 1 ,Ly, My 'NN V r , 7 if MAXWEll'S HIGHWAY MARKET FlSK'S ll7 , , , W , ,iw Compliments of Perky's Beauty Shop Compliments of Pickett's Sundries I Compliments of Zion Shoe Store Peters' Shoes Karbe's Super Market "Sells More for a Dollar." Dr. J. P. Woodfill Optometrist Office Hours 8:30 - 5:00 Thursday 8:30 - 12:00 NO 7-5465 104 North Cedar Nevada, Missouri Nevada Cleaners NO 7-4234 119 South Cedar H. l. Emery and Son Grain Co Dealers in Feed, Seed, Fertilizer, Fence and Grain Phone NO 7-4273 54 - 1011 - 351.00 Store Scott's School Supplies and Wearables South Side of Square NO 7-6248 NEVADA BOOK STORE School Supplies, Scrap Books, Toys, Games, Dolls, GreetingCards, Drawing Supplies, and Books of All Kinds FlORY'S Firestone Stores 128 East Walnut NO 7-6322 "Your Safety Is Our Business Cliff Tow Standard Service junction 71 and 54 Highways Washing, Lubricating Atlas Tires and Batteries EEL rlcmnorn BIoom's Radio and TV Service 223 East Ashland NO 7-2425 Ferry Brothers' Insurance Agency Loans--Real Estate NO 7-6461 108 112 West Walnut Nevada, Missouri Beauty Nook Professional Beauty Service 211 East Cherry NO 7-5280 Compliments of Edna's Beauty Shop 407 East Hickory NO 7-5645 GRAPHIC ARTS STUDIO -Official Nevamo Photographers for the Dast 12 years . MOORE'S DEPARTMENT STORE Established 1870 Nevada's Largest Department Store Joe Bradham Pierre Weltmer 119 East Cherry NO 7-3232 Ellis Music and Furniture Company FowIer's Men's Wear and Ladies' Sportswear Nevada Canvas Company 321 North Commercial Nevada, Missouri ,Si 'X if 4aG!?'?" Y- isa., C. A. WHITE MOTORS NEVADA DAIlY MAIL Stump's Shoes Leaders in Fashionable Footwear Since 1896 Farmers' Produce Dealers in Wholesale and Retail-Graded Eggs-Current Receipts-I-Ionegger Layers Buildings-Equipment-Feed Stylecraft 102 East Cherry Nevada, Missouri I GOQD WE u QUAU YOU DZl,3E'PL1N7gf f' e 7 HA En-g SEAND F lr Homme Nevada Auto Parts 7' PAYSTUSHOIS Roy and Bill O'Conne1l -940, sn 127-129 East Walnut NO 7-3375 or NO 7-3376 E-FE mam co. f 1 J. C. Penney and Company A V "Always First in Quality" 'WW me Phll s Furniture Mart QIIE of , 'f "The Best for Less" ' , , .:..,.: . I ,.,., ,aww 'S I , ' - ' l 5 . NO 7-2507 SS ll K R E smart . . . modern . . . thrifty stores s""""Qm Star is ,Q Cleaners 2 IM 5 s 5 s...J 106 East Cherry uw' NO 7-4502 I 1 Office Supplies--School Supplies job Printing 1l7 South Cedar NO 7-5151 Ferry Funeral Home ..- I TOWN AND COUNTRY FIRST NATIONAL BANK PROPANE AND APPLIANCES L. P. Gas Gas Heaters Tanks Gas Ranges Nevada, Misggufi Bottles Hotpoint Appliances p Admiral TV CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 3S300,000 , legan s Established in l889 Member of the FOR FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION GIFTS Nevada Implement Company Your JOHN DEERE Dealer Ella J. lee REAL ESTATE INSURANCE ------4-. NOTARY PUBLIC 323 W. Austin NO 7-5673 FARM AND HOME Montgomery Ward and Company L ' "Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back" NO 7-5223 125 West Cherry Oberlin 8. Breckenridge Market 'ur 0 Meats- -Groceries - -Frozen Foods SMITH INSURANCE 221 west Walnut NO 7-3561 121 RINEHART'S Victory Shoe Shop and Vance Barber Shop NO 7-2544 111 East Cherry Wade Music Shop "Nevada's Musical Center" Spencer Tractor and Equipment Company Highway 71 North Ford Tractor Dealer Scrutchfield Furniture company Furniture, Ranges, Heaters, and Floor Coverings 123 East Walnut NO 7-2837 Nevada, Missouri ROGERS MOTOR COMPANY ETS I ' 1 E Hs up y S M - in S 5' 1 to i ' ,... 1 f L Xi ' - 7 5 zz- .:,,.-':... I 1' N : fi 'Q : ': it ,F , 'of iteg M A -' .iff F ',ff'-C' -2- i ' 7 ' x Q ,Pill fi 4 - 3 ,ff vimrs cm SHORTEN 2 4 Western Auto Associate Store if 1 Nevada, Missouri Business Phone NO 7-3204 ' Residence Phone NO 7-2160 Wigg's Drug Store North Side Square VERNON COUNTY BLOCK COMPANY NO 7-4646 Nevada, Missouri 1 A Congrats to Grads From VERNON COUNTY ABSTRACT 8. TITlE CO. 1 At New Location on South Side Square S Barth Hinkie, Owner Q Y , win mliliz-sa...,...f--este'-me'---. a'wmvAM,,,.,,w--...- VL i . Vi V, fe-mai -'ss--A-. , - t - - ,r-' f ts,s . WYSONG'S THOMAS PHARMACY THORNTON NATIONAL BANK Established 1869 Ninety Years--The Same Corner Member of the F. D. I. C, "We'11 Appreciate Your Business 123 A Abel, Steven181 101 Abele, Myra 171 106 Adam, Terry1111 49,88 Adams, Dianne1111 38,45,88 Adams, Donald 191 48, 97 Adams, Jim 1121 27,82 Adams, P1ri1ip181 51,63,72,101 Adams Terry 191 53 97 Addington, Tommy 171 50,106 Alkire, Marilyn 1111 88 Allen, Bennie 1121 44, 82 Allen, Cindy 181 36,40,51, 101 Allen, MIS. William, 36 Allison, Kenneth 171 50,106 Ames, Joyce 1101 33, 36, 37, 38, 39, 47, 93 Ames, Paul181 83,72, 101,104 Anderson, Carol 1101 36, 37, 39, 93 Andrews, Owen 1101 93 Archer, Bruce 1121 26, 44,46, 82, 87 Armitage, Suzanne191 33,36,39, 97, 117 Armstrong, Barbara 1111 39,88 Arnold, Danny 171 50, 71, 105 Arnold, Jim 1101 93 Attebery, Mildred, 111 Attebery, Velma 171 40,50, 106 Ayers, Marty1101 93 B Baird, David1111 88 Baker, Linda 1111 48,88 Baldwin, Lana 191 97, 99 Bales, Sandra 191 97 Baik, Gary 1121 18,27,35,37,51, 52, 58, 76, 82, 118 8a11i, Larry 1111 53,88 Balk, Linda191 97 Balk, Sharon 181 40,101 Barkell, Helen, 78 Barker, Nancy 1111 88 Barker, Shirley191 97 Bamett, Jimmy 161 33 Barone, Jean 1111 28, 33, 37, 38, 45, 51, 52, 88, 117 Barton, David 191 20,36,73, 96 Bastow, Judy 1111 49,88 Beaver, Bob 1101 93,96 Beaver, Carole Ann 171 32, 40, 106 Behm, Rex 1121 42, 44, 62, 65, 82 Beisley, Janice 1101 33, 37, 39, 93 Beisley, Larry 191 97 Beisly, Barbara 1101 38, 51, 52, 93 Beisly, Carolyn 181 40, 101 Beisly, Don1111 48,88 Baisly, Donna Kay191 88,48,97 Belcher, Donald191 97 Bell, Judy 181 20,32,4O,49, 101 Bell, Lettie1111 39,88 Bell, Linda, 17 Bennett, Barbara, 78 Bennett, Raymond, 44,78 Bernhardt, Linda 171 40, 50, 106 Berry, Pam 181 101 Biggerstaff, Will 171 106 Bise, Gail 181 101 Bishop, David 1121 27, 48, 54, 57, 58, 82 Bishop, Nancy 171 40, 106 Blackmore, Cecil171 106 The Index Breiner, James171 106 Briggs, Leon, 63, 71, 72,78 Brittingham, Barbara 191 36,39, 97 Bronkar , cera1a11o1 93 Bronkar, Mildred 181 40, 101 Brooks, Gary 191 97 Brown, Beth1101 37,93 Brown, Bill1101 27,33, 68,93 Brown, Bobby 191 51,53,97 Brown, Connie1121 82 Brown, Don 191 36, 63, 72,97 Brown, Brown, Don1111 88 Donald 171 106 Brown, James 181 51,101 Brown, Joanne 181 32, 40, 101 Brown, Lynn 181 32, 63, 101 Brown, Nancy 1111 15, 17, 33, 37, 38, 42, 58,88 Brown, Brundid R, L., 78 ge, Maxine 171 40, 106 Bruns, Donna 171 40, 50, 106 Bryant, Bryant, Sheryl 181 40, 51,101 Tom1111 45,88 Buck, Raymond, 111 Buenning, Charles191 53, 74,97 Buenning, Glen 171 50,106 Frances 1111 38, 47, 88 Bullock, Bullock, Gene 181 101 Bunn, John 191 46,97 Cole, Ada, 78 Cole, Sharon1121 26, 82 Collins, Collins, Billy 181 101 Esther191 97 Collins, Herbie1101 51,93,94 Colton, Charles1111 88 Colton, Jerry171 106 Colton, Jimmy181 101 calvin, Par181 4o,51,1o1 Comer, Jaye1121 37,82 Connelly, Russel 1121 44,82 Cooprider, Gladys191 97 Burgess, Jeanie 181 40, 101 Burgess, John191 97 Burnett, Don 1111 49, 88 Burnham, Paul1111 88 Burrus, Elvy1121 82 Bussinger, John 1121 17,41,62, 64, 74, 82 Burner, Marie, 42,78 Burner, Stanley, 111 Butterfield, Joan 1101 93 Butterfield, Kermeth171 106 Cooprider, Glenda 181 101 Cornell, Gary 191 51, 53, 73, 97, 99 Couch, Jody 1121 11, 22, 31, 33, 39, 43, 44, 54, 57,82 Cowan, Dixie 1121 39, 44, 82, 84 Cox, Carl, 111 Craig, Larry 1121 27,82,49 Crawford, Bill 171 106 Crawford, Carol, 78, 80 Crawford, D. A. 1101 33, 93 Crawford, Raymond 1101 21, 33, 68, 73, 93 Crouse, Norma 181 40, 51, 101 Cruse, Pat 1111 38, 88 Cuppy, Dianna, 79 Current, 8551121 22,3a,35,37, 41, 45, 54, 56, 57, 58, 59, 62, 82 Current, George 171 71,106 Curry. Jimmy 181 101, 104 Curry, Virginia 181 101 Curtis, Vicki171 40,50,106 D Dahmer, Almeda 1121 44, 82, 87 Dahmer, Charles 191 97 Dahmer, Gerald 1121 13, 33, 41, 62, 66, 82 Dahmer, Julie 1101 39,93 Dahmer, Kay 1121 39, 44, 82, 85 Duncan, Salle 1121 22,49,54, 59, 83 Dunfield, Ernest181 102 Dunfield, Sue 191 98 Dwyer, Larry1121 83 E Eador, John 1121 44, 48, 54, 57, 83 Eador, Linda 181 102 Earll, Leroy 191 98 Earll, Twila1121 44, 49,83 Eaton, Lynda 181 40, 102 Ebbs, John 1121 12, 30, 31, 32, 37, 41, 62, 64, 67, 69, 73, 83 Ellifrits, Nancy 181 102 Ellifrits, Virginia 1111 89 Elliott, Esther 191 98,100 Emery, Evan 1121 41,44, 62, 65, 83 Emery, Karen 1111 39, 47, 89 Endicott, Elda191 98 Ensley, Danny 181 51 Ephraim, David 171 50, 63, 74, 107 Ephland, Tim 191 48, 63, 73, 98 Erickson, Carolyn 171 20, 40, 50, 77, 107 Erickson, Omeda,79 Eslinger, Karen 1101 38, 49, 58, 93, 95 Esraa, Toni171 32, 4o,5o,71,1o7 Ewan, Roger 181 51, 63, 72, 74, 102 Ewing, David 181 102 Ewing, Larry 1121 35, 46, 83 Ezau, 1ce11y171 107 F Fairbanks, Bob1l01 49,93 Fairchild, Colin 171 20,71 107 Fairchild, Mari1yrr1111 22:37,38, 39, 42, 53, 54, 55, 58,75 89 Falor, Norma Jo 171 32,40,107 Fanning, Wes 1121 44, 83 Fassel, Alida191 39,98 Byram, Diane, 21 C Caldwell, Earl 181 51, 63, 74, 101 Callahan, Campbell, Patricia 171 40,106 Keith181 63,72,101 Campbell, Leslie 171 106 Ca-mpbell, Loretta191 52,97 Campbell, Rama 1121 12,15,17 30, 56, 33, 34, 37, 38, 42, 44, 48, 5'4, 57, 82, 83 Campbell, Steve 1121 46, 82,119 Bley, Charleen1111 88 Bliss, Peggy171 106 Bloom, Bobbett Bobbett Bobbett Bobbett Bobbett Bob 1111 45, 88 , DeVere11'01 46,93 Bobbett, , Jerry Lee 181 101 , Kent 181 51,101 , Pa11ice171 106 Truman 1111 46, 88 Don1121 44, 82, 117 Cargill, Edward191 97 Cargill, Norma1111 88 Carmack, Charles1111 46, 88 Carpenter, Alena Mae 171 106 Carpenter, Gary 1121 48, 49, 58, 82 Carpenter, Merle 191 48, 97 Carpenter, Shirley1101 39,93 Carroll, Connie181 101 Carter, Russell, 54,78 Cartwright, Johnny 171 50, 106 Cartwright, Linda 171 50,106 Cartwright, Ruby 1101 47, 93 Cash, Connie1111 88 Catton, Lyle1111 22,,49,58,62, 68, 88 Caudell, Ja11ie1111 52, 88 Caudell, Nancy 171 .40, 50,106 Caylor, Bill171 106 Chadd, Dennis 1111 46, 88 Chandler, Tommy 1-71 106 Chapman, Billy191 46,73,97 Chapman, Louise, 78 Charles, Elizabeth 181 101 Charles, Li11da191 33, 38,39,40, 97 Christopher, BiJl1121 26,37, 82 Chubick, Rhoda 191 52, 97 Clark, Linda171 40,50,106 Clark, Sharon 191 97 Dahmer, Olga, 79 Dahme r, Sue 171 40, 107 Dailey, Martha 171 40,107 Dalton, John 171 107 Dark, Li11ieMaa11o1 49, 93 Darnold, David 1121 83 Davenport, Barbara1121 44,83 David, Denny 1111 49, 89 Davidson, Brenda 1111 22,38, 59, 75 Davis, D. Brack1101 93 Davis, Gary 171 50, 107 Davis, William181 102 Dean, Gaty1111 41, 62,68,73, 89 Dehon, Des, 79, 96 Demaree, Jack1111 48,89 Demaree, Lois 181 40, 51, 102 Dennison, Judy 1121 27,38,44, 47, Devore, 49, 83 Ear11121 12, 30, 31, 33, 34, 41, 45, 54, 57, eo, 65, 79, 73, 83 Disney, Dennis1111 89 Disney, Jerald 191 48,97 Disney, Royce 181 102 Divine, Dudley 171 63, 107 Dixon, Wayne 1121 26,83 Dobyns, Gerald 171 107 Dodson, Dodson, pavia11o1 48,93 Sharon 191 13, 33, 39, 52, Boin, Karen 181 101 Bound, Tommy 171 106 Beverly 1121 44, 82, 84 Bob 191 48, 73, 97 Duane 191 97 Larry 1111 46, 88 Bowen, Bowen, Bowen, Bowles, Boyd, Maxine 1111 49, 88 Breen, Douglas 191 33, 73, 97 Cleveland, Mike 1101 45, 59, 62, 93 Clopton, Dan, 62, 63, 72, 78 Coale, Connie 1111 49, 88 Cobb, Bonnie171 106 Cochran, James 191 97 Coffman, Chris 171 106 97, 117 Doelling, Vonnie181 40, 102 Donaldson, Richard 1111 31, 37, 41, 45, 54, 55, 60, 62, 64, 75, 89 Dougherty, Dianna 171 50, 107 Dove, Carrol 1111 58, 89 Dove, Frances 1101 39, 47, 93 Drury, Letha191 58,97 Drury, Mary 1101 45, 48, 52, 93 Dukes, Linda 171 40, 107 Dunaway, John 171 107 Duncan, David 191 73, 98 Duncan, John 1121 9, 22, 41, 62, 65, 67, 69, 83 Duncan, Norma 171 40, 50, 107 124 Fassel, Sharon 1111 37, 38, 45, 89 Fellows, Linda 181 40, 102 Fellows, M. D., 111 Fenton, Loyd 191 46, 98 Ferguson, Mary Ann 1101 36, 37, 39, 48, 93 Ferry, Becky 1101 36,39,45, 51, 52, 93 Finch, James181 102 Finders, Joe 171 107 Finders, Reggie 171 107 F ine, Karen 1121 26, 44, 76, 83, 121 Fine, Randy 191 72, 97,98 Fisher, Barney 171 20, 32, 50, 63, 71 107 Fisrrar, Ellen 1111 13, 39, 48, 49, 53, 58,89 risk, Donna1111 19,38,4a, 53, 55, 89,112, 117 Flaten, Mary Kay 171 40,50, 107 Fletchall, Edwi11191 73,98 Fletcher, Eva 181 40, 102 Flory, O. M., 7 Flynn, Johnny 171 107 Forkner, Marilyn, 47, 79 Fortune, Nancy 1111 36, 39,47, 51, 89 Foursha, Larry 1121 54, 62, 65, 73, 88 Fouts, Nancy 171 50, 104, 107 Fowler, Fred 181 31, 32, 63, 72, 102, 104 Fowler, H. L. ,7 Fox, Allen 181 102 Fox, Glenna 191 48,98 Fox, Terry 1121 26, 29, 35, 39, 51, 52, 74, 83, 84 Fran ks, Lynn 1101 93 Franz, Sharron 181 40, 51, 102 Fraser, Myrle, 37, 48. 79, 81 Frazier, Amos 191 98 Frazier, Carol 1111 36, 89 Frazier, Richard181 102 Frazier, Sharon 191 38, 47, 48, 98 Frazier, Virginia 1121 44, 83 Fry, Roy191 63,72,73, Frye, Dorothy 1111 89 98 Frye, Erle 491 48, 98 G Gallagher, loner 491 36, 97, as, 52, 98 Gardner, Elizabeth 491 47, 98 Garrett, Doris 4121 35, 83 Garton, Norman 4101 33, 93 Garton, Varian 481 51, 102 Garwood, Norman 4121 45, 83 Gast, Warren 491 46, 63, 98 Gatrell, Janet 481 32, 40, 51, 102 Gehrs, Gehrs, Rita 4111 37, 99, 46, 75, 89 sorrara 4121 22, 26, 95, 97, 39, 47, 49, 54, 57, 58, 83 Gibson, lim 4121 30,37,41,42, 54, 62, 63, 84 Giessman, Bill 471 50, 63, 71, 107 Giger, Giger, Elvin 481 102 Lauretta 4111 49, 89 Glimpse, Warren 491 98 Gloodt, Virginia 481 102 Gonrermari Clarence, 111 Gordon, Judy 471 40,50,107 Gose, Carol491 38, 52,98 Gose, Mary Ann 4121 13,28,38, 52, 84 Gossett, Charles471 107 Grace, Connie 481 102 Grace, Janet491 98 Grace, Judy4101 48,93 Gragg, Jerry 4111 89,90 Gragg, Harold 481 102 GMES. Greer, Polly 491 48, 98 Betty4101 93 Gresham, Gerald 4121 84 Gresham, James471 50,107 51, 53, 90 Grissom, Steve 471 50, 63, 71, 107 Guinn, Donna 4121 8, 12, 15, 17, 37, 39, 44, 54, 57, 84 Gundy, Ron 4121 84 H Hacklem an, Larry 481 51, 102 Hackleman, Thomas 491 51, 98, 100 Hackney, James 491 98 Hagerman, George 4101 46, 52, 93 Hagerman, Mary Ann 481 102 Haggard, Jerry 481 51, 72, 74, 102 Haggard, Virginia4101 39,93 Haley, Dan 491 72,98 Haley, Donna 471 40,107 Susan 491 39, 52, 98 Haliburton, Gene 471 107 Hall, Bill 4121 22, 35, 41, 44, 62, 64, 73, 84 Hall, Larry 4111 46, 58, 68, 89 Hall, Ronnie 4101 22, 48, 58, 73, 93 Hamblin, W. R. , Jr. , 32, 34, 79 Hamersley, Eddie 4121 46, 84 Hammontree, Keith 471 74, 107 Haner, Barbara 471 40, 107 Hargrove, Clifto1l4111 89 Harlow, Kathy 481 40, 102 Harmon, Jallet491 98 Harper, Elaine 4101 36,37,38,46, 94 Harper, Larry471 107 Harper, Lu Creta 471 107 Harper Melva4101 94 Harper, Harpold, Jim 4121 49, 84, 85 Harpold, Ronnie471 107 Harpold, Sue Ann 4101 27, 31, 33, 37, 39,, 47, 94 Hartel, Bobbie 481 32, 40, 51. 102 Hartline, Bill 471 108 Hasler, Bill 4111 49, 58,62,67,68, 69, 73, 74, 75,89 Hatfield, Janet 4111 36, 39,47, 89 Havens Connie 11 39 42 89 . 4 1 . . Hawkins, Lillda 4121 38,39,47, 48, 58, 84 Hawkins, Sandra 4121 38, 39, 47, 48, 58, 84, 85 Hayde, Gary, 17 Hayes, Clayton 481 102 Hayes, Georgetta 471 108 Haynes, Linda 4101 37, 38, 48, 94 Haynes, Paul 4121 44, 84 Haynes, Tommy 471 31, 32, 63, 71, 106, 108 Headley, Gary 491 46, 98 Headley, Guy 46, 98 Heathman, Richard 4111 46, 89 Heitz, Janice 491 48,98 Hendrix, Carol471 40, 108 Hendrix, Don 491 98 Hendrix, Gerry 481 20, 21, 32, 40, 71, 102 Hendrix, Herman 4101 62,94 Henning, Sylvia 4101 94 Henry, Ruth4111 47, 89 Hensley, Dan 481 20,103 Henson, Mary 4121 44, 84 Herrell, Charene 471 108 Herren, Dale4101 46,94 Dwain 4121 46, 84 Janice 4121 26,44,48 Herren, Herring, Heryford, Linda 471 40, 50,108 Hieber, Roma 481 103 Hiestand, Larry 471 108 Higgins, Arlene 4111 89 High, Jimmy 491 46,98 High, Maurice4121 49,84, 85 Hill, Danny, 111 Hill, David471 63,108 Hill. Joe 491 74, 98 Hill, 111164471 40,108 Hinkle, Helen 4111 38,49, 89 Hires, William, 46,79,8O Hoeper, vioki471 50,106,108 Hoffman, Jerry4111 89,90 Hogan, Jerry 491 48, 98 Hogan, Hogan, Joe 471 108 Joy 4111 89 Hogan, Marilyn 481 40, 103 Holcomb, Jerry 4111 46,89 Holland, Carol4111 58,89 Holmes, Vicki471 40, 108 Hopkins, Jimmie 471 108 Horine, Mary 481 103 Hornecker, Mac 4101 52,94 Householder, Melba 491 98 Householder, Roy, 111 Hovey, Dickie471 50,71, 76,108 Howell, Bobby Sue 491 38,47,98 Howell, Claudia 481 40,51,103 Howell, Gaye 4111 36, 38,48,89 Howell, Sharon 4101 94 Howington, Eugene4111 89 Howrey, Vernon4101 94 Hubbard, Ronald 481 63,103 Huckaby, Beverly 4111 28, 37, 38, Hulse, Glenda 471 40, 108 Hulse, Harold 4101 46, 94 Hulse, Lowell 4121 46, 84 Humphrey, Mike 471 50,63, 71, 108 l Mi14o4101 73, 94,95 Par 471 108 J Ireland, Ireland, Jackson, Glenda 471 40, 108 Jackson, Kay 4121 26, 39, 44, 49, 85 Jackson, Leaetta, 79 Wayne481 63, 72,103 Jackson, Jacobs, Jimmy 491 52,99 Jadlot, Denny 471 108 Jadlot, Terry491 63,72,73,99 Jadlow, Joo4121 27,37,4l,42,45, 54, 56, 57, 84, 120 Jadlow. Paul 4101 94.95 Jenkins, Garry 4121 44, 84 JohnsQ Donna491 39,99 Johns, Doyle, 111 Johns, Ronnie 4101 94 Johnson, Billy 4101 46, 94 Johnson, Connie471 40,108 Johnson, Terry 4111 45, 90 Johnson, Virginia 481 40, 51,103 Johnston, Dale4101 73,84, 94 Johnston, Janice 4121 38, 44,84 Jones, 91114101 94,96 Jones, Bobbie 491 99 Bonnie 12 84 Jones, 4 1 Jones Carolyn4111 90 C. rl., Jr., 5,17 Jones, Jones, Mrs. C. H., Jr., 17 Jones, Donna 4121 4-4, 48, 84 Jones, Gary 471 108 IOHCS. 4 1 . 1 . 49, 54, 55, 56, 66, 75, 90 Jones, Kay 4111 38,47,90, 115 Jones, Kelly 471 108 Jones, too 491 41, 69, 79, 99 Jones, Linda 4111 36, 38, 90 Jones, Ronnie 491 72, 99 Jolles, Stan 481 32, 63, 72, 103, 104 Madill, Marsha 471 40,50, 109 Maib, vio1ti491 103 Malone, Larry 481 72, 103 Manes, Robert 471 109 Judy, Sonja 481 40, 49, 51, 103 Julian, Lynda 4101 48,94 K Kafer, Kay 4101 38, 47, 94 Kapple, Sara Lou 4111 22,33, 53, 54, 55, 58, 88, 90 Keithly, Gail 37, 38, 80 Keithly, Kem 4111 22,33, 35,37, 49, 58, 62, 67, 68, 69, 90 Keithly, W. Garland 5 Kelly, Mike 491 48, 63, 72, 99 Kelso, Connie 4101 36, 37, 39, 53, 94 Kelso, Sylvia 471 40, 50, 108 Kenney, Donald 4101 46, 94 Kenney, Everett 4111 46, 90 Kenney, Karen4121 84 Kimberlin, Michael 481 103 King, Vickie 471 40,108 Kirkpatrick, Rosemary 4121 54, 57, 85 Klotz, Joyce4121 44,85 Klotz, Marjorie 471 40, 108 Klcfz, Marvin 471 50, 108 Knoblauch, Gary 491 99 Knoblauch, Lary 471 108, 109 Koehler, Martha 4121 22,44, 57, 85 Koehler, Pat 481 20, 40, 103 Koontz, Wanda 4111 13, 22, 36, 37, 38, 42, 45, 52, 55, 89, 90 Koopmann, Dale 4101 46, 94 Koopmann, S'birley 4111 49, 90 Kraft, Clint 481 63, 103 Kraft, Suzan 4111 37, 39, 42, 53, 90 L La Due, June4101 48, 94 La Due, Sammy 481 32,74, 103 Lafferty, Leroy 4121 35, 85 La Guire, John 4101 13, 54, 94 Lamb, Beverly 481 103 Lamb, Daryl 4111 90 Lasley, Janet 4101 36, 37, 39, 49, 58, 94 Lasley, Mary Jo 471 32, 40, 50, 108 Lasley, Nelson 4121 85 Lasley, Roy 4101 85, 94 Marquardt, Eddie 471 109 Marshall, Sharon 4111 49,90 Martin, Marsha 481 36,40, 51, 101, 103 Mason, Carson 481 103 Mason, Johnny481 108 Mason, Linda 4101 94 Mathis, Twink 4121 26, 33, 41, 62, 65, 85 Maxwell, Ray 4101 48, 58,94 Maxwell, Tom 4121 44, 54, 85, 117 McAllister, Gary481 103 McAllister, Tom 4111 90 McCall, Sue Ellen 481 40, 51, 103 McCormack, Dwight 4111 '73, 90 McCormack, Howard 4121 73, 85 McCormack, Sandra 4101 94 McCormick, George 471 50, 109 McCoy, Dennis 4111 46, 90 McCoy, Larry 4121 21, 24, 44, 85, 87 McDaniel, Sharon 491 47,99 McDermott, Betsey 4101 39, 47, 94 McDermott, Eleanor 4121 44,85, 123 McDermott, Regina471 109 McDowell, Carol4101 48,95 McGee, Glenn, 111 McGee, Hazel 4121 27, 44, 85 McGehee, Jeanie 4121 37,39,42, Howard 11 22 35 37 481 Lavender, Loyd 4121 31, 84, 85 Lawrence, Dicky 481 103 Lawrence, Homer 4101 94 Lawrence, Kendall 4111 37,39, 45, 55, 75, 90 Lawrence, Tobie 491 38, 52, 99, 100 Layher, Ronnie 481 51, 72, 103 Leavell, Don 4101 46, 94, 96 Leedy, Evelyn 491 52, 99 L eer Alfred 8 103 . 4 J Legan, Dana 481 40, 50,101,103 Lewis, Harry,111 Lightner, Eugene 471 50,108 Lilly, Buddy471 108 Lilly, Jack491 63,73, 99 Liter, Wilson491 99 Litle, Guylene, 48,80 Litle, Robert, 50, 51, 59,90 Little, Carol4101 37,39, 45,94 Little, Linda 4121 21,25, 37,38, 49,213,215 Loane, Fred 491 58,99 Loane, John 491 99 Locke Connie471 40,50,108 Logan George M.. 6 Lon g,'Kathy4101 94 Longestreth, Ronda 471 50, 108 Loomer, De Wayne491 46,99 Loomer, John 471 108 Loomer, Mildred41l1 49,90 Love, Love Dr. W. S., 7 William 101 94 . C Lowry, Nellie 111 Loy, oiolt4111 41,49,62,6s,79, 90 Lukenbill, Frank 4111 73,90 Lukenbill, Margie 481 32,40,103 Lyon, Lyon, Charlotte 471 40,50,108 Loretta 491 38, 56,99 M Maahs, Gwen 4121 14, 18,37,39, 43, 48, 54, 57, 85, 122 125 44,54,57,s5 Mooohoo, Susie491 3a,36,39,52, 56,97,99 McGrath. Frank 471 109 Mclntosh, Don4111 46,90 McKay, Maryann 481 40, 49,103 McKenzie, Kay 4111 90 McLean, Enllis 4111 45, 90 McNeece, Ann481 103 McReynolds, Lee 491 46,73, 99 McVey, David471 50,109 McVicker, Ardis 471 109 McVicker, Le Roy, 111 Mcvicker, Raymond, 111 Mealey, Fred, 111 Mell, Lafayette 471 109 Mell, Lewis481 103 Merrell, Merritt, Mi1ro491 104 Mario 4111 47,49,9o Mesplay, Ronnie 4111 68, 90 Middleton, Kathryn 4121 35,37, 39, 49, 54, 57, 56, 59, 85 Milford, Robert 4101 21, 95,96 Milford, Sharon 491 38, 48, 99 Miller, Bennelt491 99 Miller, Cathie471 109 Miller, Corine, 111 Miller, Homer, 111 Miller, Linda 471 40 Miller, Terry 471 109 Mische, Lynd 4111 42, 45, 90 Mitchell, Larry4111 90 Mitchell, Pamela471 40,109 Mitchem, Charles471 109 Mitchem, Gene 4101 95 Mitchem, Lee 4111 90 Mitchum, Joy 4111 49,90 Mitchum, Kellny481 51,104 Mitchum, Wanda 481 40,104 Mitts, Karren 481 104 Moore, Gary 481 20,51,104 Moore, Larry4101 95 Moore, Mary4ll1 90 Morris, Ronnie4111 62,68,90 Moseley, Warren 491 63,74, 99 Mottie, Robert471 109 Mulkins, Morris471 109 Murphy Buddy471 109 Murray: Caroly1l491 52,99 Murray, Jim 491 13, 53, 99 Murray, Larry 4101 41, 62, 63, 95 Musick, John 4101 95 Myers, Richard4121 44,51,85,87 Nall, Be N llnie 481 51, 104 Neas, r1arolt14ll1 33,45,54,55, 56, 9 0 Neas, Kermit, 111 Neas, La Mae 4111 21,22,33,36, 37,38,53,55,88,91 Russell, Scism, Quackenbush, D. O., 111 Nw, sueqiop 3s,47,43,95 Nelander, Sue 1101 36,37, 38,47, 48,95 Newsom, Jo Ann 171 109 Nichols, F. A., 111 Nichols, Maurice 1111 91 Nicodemus, Bob171 21,71,106, 109 Niswanger, Ava 1111 91 Nordyke, Thayne1101 95 Norris, Karen, 116 Norwood, Charlotte 171 40,50, 109 Null, Arthur181 104 Nunn, Jery191 20,33,63,72,73, 99 Nun, Patricia 1101 39,95 O Ogle, Greg 1111 41,62,66,73, 91 Ogle, Johnny 1101 95 Ogle, Russell 1111 41, 73, 91, 120 Olson, Joe 181 51,63,72, 104 Olson, Leona 191 47,48,99 Olson, Lynne1101 38, 49,95 O'Rear, Darrell1121 75,85 Orr, Shirley181 104 O'Toole, Patrick 1121 37, 45,85 O'Toole, Tommy181 104 Overman, Kay1101 39,47,48, 95 Overman, Ronnie 1121 44, 46, 85 Overton, Marybelle 191 38,40, 52, 71, 99 Owen, Ricky 1101 62,95 Owens, George171 109 Pohl, Bob 1121 22,30,31,32,37,43, 48,54,86,112,118 Pohl, Marjorie, 80 Polk, Lonnie 1111 90,91 Prather, Gus 1101 95 Preston, Karen Ann 171 40,109 Prettyman, Dorothy 1111 91 Price, Delores 191 99 Price, Ronnie191 46,73,99 Pryor, Bob 171 109 Rowton, Geraldine, 81 Runyon, Mary 1101 52,96 Donald B. , 6 Russell, Jim 191 46,100 S Schiller, Frances, 81 Schnedler, Cheryl 171 110 Schonewetter, Louise1l21 47,48, Schwenck, Stephanie181 49,105 Beverly1111 91 86 Oyer, Bobby1101 95 Oyer, Eddie171 109 Oyer, Lorrie1101 95 Oyer, Sharon 1121 44, 85, 115 P Pryor, Dottie1111 91 Paulene191 48, 99 Pryor, Pulliam, Edith171 40,109 Pursley. Janice 1121 44, 86, 123 Pursley, Linda 171 40, 109 Pyle, Georgia Jane 191 38, 99 Pyle, Jane, 111 Pyle, Steve 181 51, 63, 72, 104 Q Quackenbush, Linda 181 104 Quackenbush, Ronald 191 46, 100 Quarton, Nancy 181 32, 40, 71, 101,104 Quarton, Sally 1111 36, 39, 47, 91, 118 Quarton, Susan1111 36,39,47,48, 91 118 'Alan1111 1a,45,53,62, Quick, 73,74,91 Quick, Albert, 45,80 Quick, Lucille, 79,80 R Rabon, Rabon Jo Anne 171 40,50, 109 , Sharon191 100 Radford, Gladys, 34, 80 Ragan, Mary 1101 48, 95 Rainey, Leroy 181 104 Rainey, Pauline, 111 Ralston, Cheryl1101 95 Ramsey, Sharon 1101 38,48, 95 Scism, Scism Ray 171 109, 110 Sandra 181 105 Scott,'Charles171 110 Scott, Fay181 40,105 Scott, Linda 1101 49,96 Scott, Ruby 1121 27, 49, 86 Sell, Danny 1121 44, 86 Sewell, Danny 171 110 Shafer, Rebecca 1101 38, 48, 96 Shaver, Barbara 191 36, 38, 40, 53, 99, 100 Shaw, Jim 1101 96 Shaw, 161111191 100 Shaw, Vernon 171 110 Sheeks, Larry 1111 21, 62,91 Sheets, Sharon 171 110 Shepard, Stanley 1101 96 Shepherd, Barbara 191 39, 52, 86, 100 Shepherd, Brenda 1121 86 Shepherd, Jim, 63, 68, 81 Shepley, Shepley, Samuel 191 100 Terry 171 110 sheridad, Iim1101 46,96 Sheridan, Margaret 1101 39, 47, 48, 96 Sherrick, Mary 1121 18, 22, 26, 38, 48, 54, 86 Stone, Dave 171 110 Stong, Sharon 1121 47,49, 86 Strasser, Thomas 181 51,105 Struke, Steve 171 110 Sullivan, Patricia 181 40, 105 Swager, Susan 171 40, 55, 110 Swearingen, Ann 1l01 27, 36, 37, 38, 53, 96 Swearingen, Dave 1111 21, 31,33, 35, 41, 54, 55, 62, 65, 67, 69, 88, 92, 115 Swearingen, Madge 181 40, 51, 105 Sweeney, Tom 1121 44, 86, 118 T Talbott, Gordon 181 63, 74, 105 Taylor, Betty 181 105 Teel, Bernice 40, 81 Thomas, Bill 181 105 Thomas, Danny 1121 12, 41, 62, 64, 67, 70, 73, 87 Thomas, Jimmie 171 110 Thomas, Judy 181 105 Thomas, Susan 1121 38, 44, 54, 87 Thompson, Charlotte 181 105 Thompson, Pat 1111 35,92, 112 Thompson, Waneta1111 49, 92 Thron, Paul 1121 87 Tillery, Barbara 181 105 Tillery, Carmen 191 100 Titus, Floyd1111 58,92 Titus, Glen171 71,110 Todd, Regar171 32, 50, 63, 110 Tolle, Nell 44, 81 Tough, Janie 1111 36, 38, 55, 92 Tough, Judy 191 21, 33, 34, 36, 38, 39, 97, 100 Tow, Connie 171 40,50,l10 Parrish, Richard 1111 46,91 Pascoe, Donna 181 20, 31, 32, 51, 104 Payne, Cheryl 181 104 Payne, Donna 1101 27, 36, 38, 45, 43, 58, 95 Payne, Theresa 171 20, 21, 40, 109 Pearse, Dr. R. W. , Jr. , 6 Pearson, Frances 1121 26, 44, 47, 49, 85, 123 ' Peery, James 1121 46, 85 Peery,4John1111 46, 91 Pent, Richard 1111 46, 91 Perkins, Karolyn181 32, 40, 51, 71, Randell, Joyce11l1 91 Range, Karl171 50,109 R3DP. RHDP, Carol 181 104 Elizabeth1121 49,86 Rapp, Janice 171 40, 109 Rapp, Lynne Da 1101 95 Rapp, Richard 1101 95 Rapp, Ronald1111 91 Rasmussen, Dale 1121 35, 37,42, 45, 54, 56, 57, 86 104 Perkins, Pat1101 95 Perrin James191 53,99 Perrin Perrin Perrin . Peters, P eters Peterson, Peterson, Paul1111 91 Richard1111 73,91 Roseit1ary181 104 Gary1101 95 Ladraqsy 40,104 Linda171 40,109 Pamala Kay 171 109 Pettibon, Clifford 1101 46, 95 Pettibon, Pettibon, Pettibon, Pettibon, Jack 1111 46,91 Kay 1121 26, 44, 86,123 Lucille, 79,80 Phyllis 191 47, 99 Pettibon, Richard 1101 95 Pettibon, Pettibon Tom 181 51, 72,104 Vicki181 40 51 104 Petty, Bill1121 3,17,41,62,65, 73, 86 Phelps, Janet 181 40,51,104 Philbrick, Sue 1101 39,49, 95 Phillips, Bill, 36 Warnac Phillips, Phillips, Phipps, Charles 1101 46, 95 Harold 171 109 Martha 181 40, 51, 104 Pickens, Bobby 171 50,63, 109 Pickens, Guyla1121 37,57, 86 Pickens, Myrtle, 80 Pike, Tony Lee 1101 95 Pilcher, Thomas 191 99 Piotrowski, Dewey 181 51,104 Pippin, James 181 51,104 Pippin, Standlee191 99 Place, Linda 1121 27,37, 38, 43, 47, 86, 121 Place, Patricia 181 40, 104 Rasnic, Karen 1121 12, 22, 30, 37, 39, 42, 54, 57, 86, 120 Rasnic, Saundra181 40, 104 Ratterree, Bob 1111 48,91 Ratterree, Deanna 181 40, 51, 104 Reece, Gerald 171 79, 80 Reed, Barry 181 32, 63, 72, 104 Reed, Micheal 1101 95 Reed, Wayne, 81 Rees, Ab 191 20, 52, 99, 100 Remington, Elizabeth1111 31,91 Rhoades, Franklin 181 105 Rhoades, Harry 1101 95 Rhyne, Mary 171 40,50, 109 Richardson, Amelia 191 53,100 Richardson, Ann 1111 37, 39, 91 Richardson, Donnie 1101 46, 48, 95 Richardson, Joyce 191 48, 100 Richardson, Mary 1121 27, 38, 57, 86 Richey, Lutie1111 91 Richmond, Carol 191 100 Richmond, Frankie 171 110 Riggs, Ed 1121 26,46, 86, 111 Riggs, Mary Ann 1101 38, 49, 95 Rimmer, Juanita 43,81 Rimmer, Linda 1121 22, 31, 37, 39, 42, 47, 54, 86 Rimmer, Marcia 171 32,40, 50, 110 Rimmer, Patty 181 51, 105 Rimmer, Gene 41, 62, 63, 67, 81 Roberts, Gary 1111 46, 91 Robinson, Billie 1111 49, 91 Robinson, Darrell 181 51, 105 Robinson, Johnny 1101 46, 95 Roby, Ralph171 50,110 Rodieck, Gary 1101 53,96 Rogers, David 171 50,110 Rogers, Donna 1101 38, 47, 48, 96 Rombach, Vera, 81 Rose, Larry 191 73, 100 Roush, Martha 181 20, 40, 105 Rowe, Ronnie 191 63, 73, 100 Y 126 Sherrick, Tom 1111 62,73,91 shipp, Janice181 105 Shoemaker, Linda 1101 13,36,37, 39, 53, 96 Shrewsbury, Jim 1121 44, 86 Shrewsbury, John 1121 44, 53, 86 Shrewsbury, Pat 1101 39,47, 96 Shumaker, Harold 1111 46,91 Shumaker, Henry 191 46, 100 Shumaker, Ralph 171 50,110 Shutters, Donnell 171 110 Shutters, Nadine 1111 91 Shutters, Roru1ie1101 96 sidwt-111, Richard 181 63,74, 105 Sieberns, Carol Jean 171 110 Sikes, Bonnie 1111 49,91 Simmons, Beverly 191 38,48,100 Simmons, James 181 51,105 Simon, Stoller191 48, 100 simpson, Wilma1111 49,91 Smith, Bonnie 1101 36, 39, 45, 53, 58, 96, 121, 122 Smith, Gary 171 110 Smith, Janet 1121 49,86 Smith, Johnny 1101 53, 96 Smith, Joyce1101 96 row, Gary 1121 14, 43,54, 57,s7, 113 Trainor, Jacquie1111 36, 38, 92 Trainor, Pat1111 36, 37, 38, 92 Triplett, Bob 171 110 Troegle, Sharon 181 40, 105 Trosper, Maude181 105 Tucker, Danny191 53, 100 Tucker, Larry 171 50,110 U Urner, Janet1111 36,38,54,55, 56, 59, 92 Urner, Stan 1111 41, 61, 62,65, 92 Urner, Tony 1121 41, 49, 87 v Vandenburg, Gene 1111 46, 92 Van Mater, Gary 171 32, 50,63,71, 110 Vaughn, Duane191 53,100 Vieth, John 1121 41, 54, 62,65, 67, 70, 87 viem, Kathy 1101 36,37,39,96, 122 Vogel, Wade, Wade, Tommy 17 W Eddie 181 32, 51, 72,'105 Jerry 1121 44, 57, 87 Smith, Margie 181 105 Smith, Mary Lou 181 105 Smith, Nancy 1111 39, 91, 115 Smith, P 351515131 105 Snowden, Dalton 1121 46,86 Snowden, Harry 1101 46,96 Soukup, Stanley181 105 Spencer, Joe 1111 89,92 Spencer, Patricia 191 52, 100 Spencer, Standlee1111 92 Spencer, Vern 181 105 Spillman, Judy 1101 37,38,39,47, 58, 96 Spillman, Virginia 191 47, 100 Sprague, Tony171 110 Wade, Shirley 1121 37,47,54,87, .121 Wait, Margaret 181 51,105 Waite, Toni171 110 Waldeis, Rosemary 171 110 Jackie 171 40, 50, 110 Wales, Walker, Charles 1111 46, 92 Walker, Cheryl 181 40, 51, 105 Walker, Helen 191 100 Walker, Jerry 1121 37, 38, 44, 48, 54, 56, 87 Walker, Johnny 1111 22, 41, 54, 59, 62, 66, 92, 118 Walker, Lucille 1121 44,87 Walker, Russell 181 105 Stanford, Billy181 105 Stanford, Joy171 110 Starr, Cheryl 171 32,40,110 Starr, Joan 1111 39, 92 Starr, Kenny 191 33,63,72,73,75, 100 Steele, 'David 1111 73, 92 Steincross, G. W. 1121 54, 56,86 Stephens, Ann 1111 32,49,92 Stephens, Elizabeth181 40,105 Sterett, Kent 171 110 Steve, Marlene 1111 38, 39, 55, 92 Stoddard, Victor 1121 86 Wallace, Beth 1121 87 W allace, cami 191 38,100 Wallace, Glen 1111 73, 74, 92 Wallace, Ja11et1121 37,38,44,87 Wallace, Richard 191 53, 100 Wardin, Donna Sue171 50, 100 Ware, Larry 191 53,100 a, Shirley 80,81 Wastell, Peggy 1111 49,92 Watson, Rosemary1101 96 Webb, Richard191 48,100,117 Weber, Danny1101 96 Weber, Fred181 32,105 Weber, Harry 1121 35, 87 Weber, Weber, Weber, Iack1111 21,92 Ted181 21,23,105 Verna 1121 38,49,87 Webster, Mary191 48,100 Wegerer, Iudy1111 38,47,92 Wehmeyer, Eva Sue 181 105 Wehmeyer, Terry191 100 Weir, B. F. 171 50,63,71,110 Wellington, Jerry 171 110 Welsch, Terry 1111 49,73, 92 Weltmer, Ruth 4, 81 Whalan, Louise 1101 96 Whisler, Joe 171 50,110 Whitaker, Glenna1101 36,38,48, 96 White, White, White, Nancy 1101 38, 45, 96 Sherry 17 Vicky 181 40, 105 whnwonn, Lynn 193 21, 33,48, 72, 73, 97,100 wigin, Sheldon1101 96 Wiley, Carleta 1121 49, 87 Wilhelmson, Irene 111 Wilhelmson, Katherine 1121 39, 44, 54, 57, 87 Wilhelmson, Virginia 4 Williams, Becky1121 39, 47, 49, 54, 57,58,87 Williams, Bob 171 62, 106, 110 Williams, Harry 1111 46. 92 Williams, Joe 191 100 Williams, Ruby 171 110 Wilson, Linda 171 50,110 Winscott, Lillie 1111 49,92 Winter, Patty 1121 4-4,87 Winter, Sam 191 46, 100 Winters, Elizabeth 191 36,37,38, 47, 100 Winters, Lily 191 36, 37, 39, 47, 100 Wirth, Kleetis 4, 81 Wise, Carolyn 1111 48,92 Wolfe, Wolfe 39 Wood, Wood, Wood, Wood, Wood, Wood, Lee 171 32, 63,71, 108,110 Linda 1121 22, 33, 35, 37, ', 43, 54, 56, 57, 59, 87 Byron 1121 46, 87 LaMerna 111 Marshall 181 105 Martha 1101 38, 96 Patty191 100 Phyllisi1101 38, 48, 96 Woodfill, Mrs. Jack 36 Woodfill, Mary 1101 8, 21, 33, 36, 37, 38, 52, 93, 96 Woods, Carol 1111 47, 92 Woods, June 181 40,105 Wooldridge, Esther 181 105 Woolverton, Tom 1101 53, 58, 96 Wright, Wyatt, Wynes, Buddy 1101 27, 33, 35, 96 Patrick 181 105 Linn 1121 10, 22, 33, 35, 49, 54, 58, 67, 70, 73, 87 Young, Young, Y Bobby 181 105 Danny1111 a3,a5,37,41, 62, 84, 67, 70, 73, 92 Young, John 1121 87 Yurk, Gary 171 50, 110 Yurk, Sammy 1121 53, 87 Z. ziuinx, cfnoiuoy 39,47,48,96 Q -? 3fp w j Q14 2 MQW 'Qi wi 5.59 fig? 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