Nevada High School - Nevamo Yearbook (Nevada, MO)

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I U 'S r QQ I PRODUCER Mrs. Gene Rimmer DIRECTOR Donna Fisk ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR Pat Thompson STAGE CREW Par Cruse Ronnie I-lall Howard Jones Kendall Lawrence Carol Little Linda Shoemaker VOLUME Twenty-four . I rf' 1 f' . Presents J ,ff f f I I .3 gg, ,f QL 1' I N - I GL f 0-fbi., ok, I mmm I 1 ' I , I ,La I . . ., I Nevada, Missouri C' 77741 7iG,0c,Zf GUEST STAR-- -ART CARNEY ACT I THEME 2-11 ACT II SOCIAL LIFE 12-31 ACT III CLUBS 32-65 ACT IV SPORTS 66-81 ACT V CLASSES 82-123 Scene I Seniors 94-99 Scene II Juniors 100-103 Scene III Sophomores 104-107 Scene IV Freshmen 108-112 Scene V Sth Graders 113-117 Scene VI 'III1 Graders 118-122 1 ACT VI ADVERTISERS 124- 135 ACT VII INDEX 136-139 l Thespians' Stage Manager Points 0ut The HWELCOME! I'm Terry johnson, stage manager for the Thespians' play, "OUR TOWN." Although I didn't know it until I opened my 1961 NEVAMO, I'm also the guide for this book. It took extra effort to keep the theme the traditional secret, especially after Mr. Carter announced that "OUR TOWN" was also the Thespians' choice. My job for the play was to present a picture of how we lived in Grovers' Corners, New Hampshireg my job here is to show you a year in N. H. S. and to point out the ties that bind a school to its town. This building, the VERNON COUNTY COURTHOUSE, is one of the landmarks in our town of Nevada, Missouri. They tell us that environment has a lot to do with what we are. If people a thousand years from now want to ' know the facts about us, they'll be right here in this book. FIRST, though, let me present the guest star of this production. . . " 7 Ties That Bind Our School And 0UR 'l'0WN 3 X. fm, ...av L, - .VK 9' . ,i,,MVkWpnw,Mi,m.?' fx . K ,'-ff' RUSSELL OGLE LYLE CATRON, KING KEM KEITHLY LARRY BALK MARLENE STEVE KAY MC KENZIE, QUEEN CONNIE CASH PAT THOMPSGN TV tage Manager Art Carney ame Royalty ART CARNEY March seventh 1 9 6 1 DOB! HTS Rillllleri Thank you for your letter and for sending me the pictures. I guess I d1dn't really know what I was letting myself in for when I agreed to select the King and Queen for your 1961 NEVAMO. Everybody proved to be so attractive that I had a difficult time in choosing, and since photographs are not always too faithful and I haven't the advantage of seeing these young people in person I have simply done the best I can, and have selected Kay McKenzie and Lyle Catron. with good wishes to everyone, I an sin eere 1y yours, The 1961 NEVAMO is pleased to join other publications to pay tribute to the art of ART CARNEY. A native New York- er, Mr. Carney could probably trace his rise to fame back to a grammar school contest which he won with his imitation of Ned Sparks, the sour, cigar -chewing comic. Serving an apprenticeship with Horace Heidt, he developed his talent for mimicry in novelty songs, impersonations, and comedy hits. Later, he did sketches based on the news, Playing such famous people as Churchill, Roosevelt, and Eisenhower. After his war service, he made TV appearances with comedian Morey Amsterdam. When jackie Gleason first saw him act, he said, "l knew that I would have to work twice as hard for fs- my laughs. Artie is a fine comic. " Comedy, however, is only one facet of Mr. Carney's versatility. He has proved his ability to run the gamut from comedy to drama with brilliant successes on Broadway and television. When he played the philosophical STAGE MANAGER in Thornton Wilder's "0UR TOWN, "the show-business paper, "Variety, " com- mented, "Something extra special Was Art Carney's acting. " For all of these reasons, and many more, the NEVAMO staff is especially grateful and proud to have our guest star, Art Carney, select the King and Queen for the Yearbook in Nevada, Missouri--OUR TOWN. 5 0ur Library. City Hall, And Post lliiice Are t -- Na- 3 f' 1 7. 3, f' vfaifqf' 'iid A3 1,9 i ha ' -- r f . 7, RIGHT HERE ON HIGHWAY 54 is our new CITY HALL which was contracted in 1955 at a cost of 515146, 215. 75. Good thing, too, for the old one was on its last timbers. Guess you know we're well run here by a city council and a city manager form of government. ACROSS THE HIGHWAY from the City Hall is the PUBLIC LIBRARY,built in 1917 through community -wide action and the Carnegie Corporation. You might say we're regular readers here, for this library has 14,000 books, and people are going through those library doors every day except Sunday. THEY KEEP UP A STEADY STREAM through the doors of our UNITED STATES POST OFFICE too. Of course, now with drive- in mail boxes and people more opposed to walking, the doors are probably going to last longer. Anyway, this building was put up in 1910 at a cost of 560, 873.00. Last year people in this area sent and received almost 5, 000, 000 pieces of mail!" "NOW, WE'LL GET STARTED WITH THE STORY. We don't have that gift of look- ing into the future 3 we really don't have the time to gaze into the past, so we have to stay with the present. We wouldn't attempt to teach any great truth about life as Wilder did so well in his play "OUR TOWN. " Some of you and some of your children and grandchildren will be looking at this book years from now, so this is the way things were in 1960-61. AFTER THE CIVIL WAR, people had to start from ashes, and now this town has grown to a population of 8, 400. Two im- portant highways, 71 and 54, converge here, and we're only 14 miles from the Kansas line. You can't see all the ab- stract things that make a town, but the se concrete buildings play important parts in the lives of people of all ages around here. PUBLIC LIBRARY - ,, X 4 5 nk, I H Wir M y gy.. ,W-get F' A 1 .. ,-Q ' I Q. Zz. br' V ti s Q N. L' . J , ' f 'tgirl-5, A ink I, 3.3-5,55 R " A ,rm . -- -f'.f-kaww '-7.. is . -ffffvfw 435--' , t2t,Q1.-'i.ef3','g:.l'- . fm. .Mum ixjfii' W ,, K gi,-P. 4, fy- i ' ,L.'.., '-,fi 4' ' 'R ., g::ki+i:fIi': 'aj r. bij Busy Places U I ",1,j!f , 'V 7.25, . l '2'ff p m- U . ' 'we , WH K' wcgmi f POSTOFFICE " 'flu,, , ' ,l'.- CITY HALL mg, H? 3 7 . 'ix H , ,J , . H Two Hospitals And Cottoy Collogo Are CITY HOSPITAL "WHENEVER PEOPLE IN OTHER PARTS OF THE WORLD hear the name of our town, they link some Well-lmown institutions with it. One of these is STATE HOSPITAL NO. 3 which has been a part of the community since 1886. Here Dr. Paul Barone, Super- intendent, directs a staff of 739 people in the care and treatment of l, 970 patients. ANOTHER HOSPITAL IN NEVADA is the CITY HOSPITAL. It was in 1937 that We opened this 57 bed hospital, and you'll find it to be one of the busiest places in this community. Last year 2, 400 patients were admitted, and 360 new babies first took a look at this World from that hospital. Guess you could say that our toWn's keeping in step With the population explosion! 8 STATE HOSPITAL NO. 3 Located Here COTTEY COLLEGE EYES ALL AROUND THE WORLD ARE ON NE- VADA, for COTTEY COLLEGE is the "College of World Friendship. " Cottey is a girls' junior college sponsored by the P. E. O. Sisterhood, but you would be right in saying that boys seem to have a lot of interest in it too! Girls from 36 states and 8 foreign countries make up the enroll- ment there this year. If you want to see some- thing impressive, go out to Cottey some day when the flags of Cottey's international students are flying. You'll agree that Cottey College is cer- tainly the educational and cultural capital for OUR TOWN. " . 9 Ours ls A Growing Community of Parks, Homes 4+-4935 "--.mxi SPRING STREET PARK J PATERSON'S HOME "REMEMBER THAT WILD, OVER- GROWN WOOD down on South Spring Street? It's grown up now to be a pleasant, spacious SPRING STREET PARK. Dr. Wray, Colonel Earp, and Charles Whiteford donated the park site, and several of our organizations cooperated to make it children's para- dise with playground equipment, walks bridges, and a picnic shelter. During picnicking time, the townspeople flock here to enjoy good food, weather, and companionship. THIS IS THE PATERSON'S HOME in Briarwood. N. T. Paterson, long an executive of Farm and Home, has made slides of our town, entitled "THE NEVADA STORY. " These are being shown in Rotary Clubs around I , , , ,T the world, putting OUR TOWN on the globe! ' A IO X And Churches OUR TOWN IS A TOWN OF CHURCHES--THE FIRST CHRIS- TIAN CHURCH is a fine represen- tative of Nevada's churches. It started out with a congregation of 20 in 1857, and now about 750 peo- ple here call themselves First Christians. The first frame build- ing was built in 1897. On the night of our annual Anti -Van party in 1948, Nevada students watched it burn to the ground from across the street in the old school. It was reconstructed in 1949 under the leadership of Rev. Pliney Elli- ott, and its white spire, all lit up at night, is an inspiration to the people here in OUR TOWN. " CHRISTIAN CHURCH .-.ua SOCIAL LIFE "One of our school's big prides is our annua Anti-Van Party held on Halloween night. Here come the kids now to enjoy the first big event, movies at the Fox Theater. MR. KEITHLY, MISS RADFORD, and MR. DE- HON are keeping a sharp eye out so there'l be no "Witching" tonight! Young folks here like to dance and get many opportunities to do it, too. After Anti-Van, there's Homecoming, our sock hops, the band's sweetheart dance, and finally the Prom, a girl's dream come true. Yes, we like fun--don't suppose that makes us much different from any other school, though. The pep rallies, the March of Dimes bas- ketball game skip da , . all these mem- , y . . ories are sort of Wrapped together in one night. . .Sign Night. . .It's the last time all of us will get together to remember School Year 1960-61 in OUR TOWN. " 12 Halloween Party Brings GEL l l Recognition For Our School And 0UR TOWN oooo Wigig' 5 if zo 3 3 gk, . ,sa wo :so ,goo 2 , , i 18 H even-Hour Anti-Van HAVE YOU HEARD? . . . was the main topic of COIIVSI- sation of Mike Ireland, Kathy Harlow, Bill Hasler, Cyndy Allerhn Sheldon Wight, Ricky Owen, and Jonet Gallagher onfthe "Telephone Hour." ' Frolic Abolishes The 1960 Anti-Van Party began at 5:15 with students streaming into the Fox Theatre. Orange and black member- ship cards stating, "I pledge my whole- hearted cooperation in making the 1960 Anti-Vandalism Campaign 1002, success - ful" provided the only admission for the evening's entertainment. After the show, busses offered transportation for the "Halloweeners" to the gay Anti -Van Fol- lies and coronation in the school audi- torium. Dances, musicalnumbers, and skits featuredeverythingfrom the three bears to Mr. Custer and the Indians. To climax the show in the auditorium, the King and Queen with the Prince and Prin- cess were crowned. After the show, students divided their time in the gym dancing, in the game or spook rooms, or in the cafeteria consuming mounds of food served by parents. Midnight ar- rived all too soon, but all the "party- goers" agreed that the 1960 party met the traditional standards with the best of everything! ROCKIN' RICKY . . , Ricky Owen does his interpretation of Conrad Birdy sing- ing "Honestly Sincere" with his fan club as a background. p 14 -4, ,jeans llandali m Problem With Theater Thrill ... SHADES OF MICKEY SPILLANE . . Bodies dropped all over the place as mugs, slobs, bums, and beatniks had their brief careers in "l.ickey Splitoon. " Underworld characters were Don Brown, Bill Hasler, Ronnie Morris, Mike Reed, John Walker, Janie Tough, Lyle Carron, Greg Ogle, Larry Hall, and the body, Tom McAllister. FLAPPERS OF THE JAZZ AGE . . . are Joner Gallagher, Elizabeth Charles, Nancy Quarton, Linda Charles, La Mae Neas, and Janet Atkinson as they give our with the Charleston. TOP ENTERTAINMENT . . . After the follies, we hustled in- to the gym and danced to the marvelous music of Bob Schen- herr's Band. SWING YOUR PARTNER! . . . Vim and vitality of the young- er set ag reflected in their beaming faces. 16 Follie , Food HALLOWEEN BALL ENIOYED BY ALL . . . Enchanted by the atmosphere created by the background, the party-goers danced away the evening. And Dancing END OF A MEMORABLE EVENING . . . Halloweeners leave Casper's Kingdom as midnight signals the close of the W itching Hour. SEVEN DOWN--FOUR ACROSS . . . David McVey, Nancy Cau- dell, Ruth Burris, Kelly Bradham, Vickie King, and Jimmy Brown get a bang from a rousing game of bingo. 17 ezwwpedw Seventh Grade Anti-Vun Prince Annual Party UMW ffm? Senior Anti-Van King Recognizes Royalty Sam .lou Temple Senior Anti-Van Queen Turf Spence: Seventh Grade Anti-Van Princess Ti 4, f ,5 ,iii . 'H 1' ,y ,f , If Z ef' , I . K ., x r so 5 o M E 1 N or z is :nf e 5 A 5 , 4 at si ROYALTY FOR A NIGHT . . . Prince Charles Iadlot, Queen Sara Lou Kapple, King Danny Young, and Princess Kay Spencer pose for a roy- al portrait before their subjects of the evening, The king and queen were candidates from the Senior Class, and the prince and princess re- presented the Seventh Graders. Monarch For Co por Tho Ghostfs Kingdom CHOICE OF THE CLASSES . . . Barney Fisher and Charlotte Norwood, Eighth Gradersg Barry Reed and Dana Legan, Preshmang Lynn Whitworth and Sharon Dodson, Sophomores and D. A. Crawford and Carol Little, Juniors, were selected by their classes as candi- dates for royalty in the annual Anti-Van Party. 4 ss f iii' 3 ' is .rg jo. W, 20 CASUAL CLOTHES SET TEM- PO . . . The Uncle-Van Party at the Youth Club sets the stage for Halloween fun instead of pranks. Youth Club Hosts The ncle-Van KNIGHTS OF THE DOUGHNUT GUARD . . . "Ladies first" doesn't apply here. The motto is "Be first and be sure." Sup- ported bythe contributions from the Unit- ed Community Funds, the Youth Club downtown provides a place for weekly get-togethers in addition to special sea- sonal events. Inu...- AG Hitting,- STOMP, CHOMP, AND ROMP , With a mob like this, you "dan while" and then "watch a while." There's a limit to the foot space! a C8 ilver Tiger Abide In . . .Trophy Care KN EM AIRS THE GAME . . . Ray Maxwell and Virgil Ka- chel take a breather from. describing the Lamar vs. Nevada Game to admire the Silver Tiger Trophy which goes to the winner of the battle. Winning by a score of 7 to 6, Nevada proudly accepted the trophy for the second consecutive year N. . ,r T L Qifwififfzsifsizii ,.-he QW iss staff: l si 5 1 L, 2? r iiiiiigii, K, f f ,K - 533,,f5l?1 .sep f , sir rt, K arg, rj ,efv ,,,.,,ff , M- w .issrr-wiv iwirliiiff rf ..,, ' . 4 Q7 . 'll A all: f 5 'T ie 2 - - H Y r - QQ. -RQ giijfiiez " -it fi' tp l 2 45111 . , 3 - , . ,,5,.effs:fQJ J 21, :J :rf ' f - . , ' .. so ,, -2' Tai' , - Q 1 rwfistgi-131.ss1isr55i1s1:zstQ?1sQ,.. -If aw 27: ' ' - ' 'u 'I fz??ff1' f?sv12l'f','isi" N' ' , r W., K . L ,H ,r V WWQ 715523 ' i . 3 5' '- A 3' Y Y N ,. - - . 2 ,,,o .M V i 1 J : is ,su mm 'Z-me 'si if, 3 3, 2515: ...2 f 'I' 'I P W171?2Y'FEif5iillfftfgvfiegifieiffigiffflsfis M-iz:41.fwi5if .- , 5 kfilzjs M L fe M gm . E as 323: K ' ,Q Pri- ,A it ' l ' ir H M I 2 A sf " 181' si :x . , sag? ,,, If i my Q srsif 'Z si . ,. 3, f Di my ll. an wise ' fir' Q , , Y, 5 s ..- 's it 6 1" T wt 4 ref 2 3 M2 S X EQ few 4 a 1 ? :agp ,Le Q was f X WP M fee? 3 rr v 1. fa r Q s-iv" r X lug psf' , ,K ,,,,,,a ,K EXECUTIONERS . . . Co-Captains Danny Young and Dave Swearingen enthusiastically hang the Lamar dummy while the student body lends support with thunderous yelling. TIGERETTES BACK TIGERS . . . Mary Woodfill and Beverly Huckaby display one ofthe many posters seen at school pre- ceeding the Silver Tiger Game. wifi, If Q A f 1 , A 1,511 ,gg ,ew Awww The coronation of the 1960 Homecoming Queen was one of the highlights ofthe an- nual homecoming game played on October 14. Nominated bythefootball squad, the candidates for this honor were La Mae Neas, Lynne Murray, andJonetGallagher. As the queen's identity was revealed at the impressive pre-game ceremonies, Dave Swearingen crowned the football squads choice, La Mae Neas, the 1960 Homecoming Queen. La Mae ea Reign Over Homecoming Activitie PRETTY AND PERSONABLE . . . La Mae Neas, drum majorette has participated in many activities during her junior and senior high school career. Below, La Mae holds the new crown pre- sented to the Tigerettes by Rinehart's Jewelry Store. This new symbol of homecoming royalty will become another tradition to be transferred to each succeeding homecoming queen. 23 gf Homecoming Stage Rally. ff? AND THE BAND PLAYED ON , , , The Jimmy Dav is Band set the pace for an evening full of dancing. XY .F f LK T AROUSING THE SCHOOL SPIRIT . . . Jim 1 Woodfill, former Nevada High School gradu- ate, gives an inspiring pep talk at the Home- ? coming pep rally. L BEAT NEOSHO, . . The Tigerettes decorated for the annual Home- coming game with the main objective of seeing Nevada beat Neo sho. Mfr K mv . , N ,1 f .-.W ,..,, x f I 3, t WWW WW 1 xt Na+ X2 "' I LONG TIME NO SEE . . . College Freshmen, Terry Fox, Da1eRasmussen, Kathy E ..,, T 24 Game. and Dance. "WE COULD HAVE DANCED ALL NIGHT" , . , was the thought of many of the students at the annualHome- coming dance. N. H. S. Homecoming activities began Thursday, October 13 with the customary "burning of the dummy. " An enthusiastic crowd of students, including the band, the football team, cheerleaders, and the Ti- gerettes, marched through town to Logan Field. The capable Tigerettes were re- sponsible for the pep rally Friday, Octo- ber 14, for decorations at the field and at the dance, and for direction of the impress - ive pre -game coronation ceremony. In addition to serenading Queen La Mae and the attendants, the marching band enter- tained the spectators with a colorful show at halftime. Although our opponent re- versed our slogan of "Beat Neosho, " stu- dents and "homecomers" topped off the evening by dancing to the music of jimmy Davis and his band. GT Ci 0 Qt . e J QD' 1 1 4' KN F WHO WILL BE QUEEN? . , . As La Mae Neas, Lynne Murray, and ,r Ionet Gallagher observe pep rally activities, they anxiously await the crowning of the Homecoming Queen the following evening. . '4' i'f5f,?. ax. '1 . .. xvf- Q, Q4 40 it 1 I ft" 'T-'ly is xi' , rn Middleton, Danny Thomas, Sondra Gehrs, and Bob Current discuss memories of high ,,.. school days and new college experiences. ig of ' E if ' N H . 1 ff-i t . fl 1 .t L I ij? THEROYALTY REIGNS . , , Larry Murray, Lynne P Q, GX, Murray, Queen La Mae Neas, David Swearin- I . Q gen, Jonet Gallagher, and Jack Weber reign , ', over the 1960 Homecoming Game. " 3 r I nvmgqgv 5 1 TIME OUT FOR TALK . . .Ronnie Morris, Linda jones, Connie Cash, Lyle Catron, Terry Adam, Trea ure I land Nancy Fortune, Floyd Titus, and Kay McKenzie have a talk fest by the bandstand in Treasure Island. BIRD ON A DEAD MAN'S CHEST . . . Mary Foster, Sharon Peters, Charleen Bley, and Ruth Henry admire the paper parrot and pirates. BEAUS AND BELLES . . . make the most of an evening of food, flowers, and formals. Fetes Senior NEAT NAUTICAL WAITRESSES . . .Janice Beisley, Janet Lasley, Donna Payne, Sue Ne- 1 , 1 so ffl 5 5' f fx- J .S I fi? FORSAKEN MERMAID . . . attracts the mortals Dick Loy, Richard Perrin, Jerry Hoffman, and Tom Sherrick. lander, Joyce Ames, and Linda Haynes discuss everything except wages and tips for waitresses. THE PRINCIPAL AND HIS SUBJECTS . . .have an evening of pleasure before business. 'Vw-Mani' if -94. Fw wig, Y .ff W w,,,,.- 1f"', ,za ' '-shew an-I I W - M1 we bp- -. "N- LIVELY AND LIKEABLE. . .are words that fit Lyle Catron, 1961 NEVAMO king. Lyle's Wit and good humor have gained scores of friends throughout his school days. Various activities such as football, basket- ball, music, Student Council, Thespians, and the school paper, "The Crimson and Gray, " have kept Lyle busy. After gradu- ation, Lyle intends to enroll in Southwest Baptist College in Bolivar, Missouri. 1? A Art Carney Names evamo King Lyle Catron enior Q evame Queen Kay McKenzie enier .. i ey Q- 5. K. W if Ai f I ' Q . gs . eee . fig .L "ff if we T eee. ' illll l t , lwlgk CC .'--' 1 f ' A ' 4 or 1 R.: 'A 1 Q' W me p . l PRETTY AND PLEASANT. . .are terms which describe Kay Mc Kenzie, 1961 NEVAMO queen. Kay's pleasant personality Won Votes of her classmates for nomination of NEVAMO queen candidate. Coming to N. l-l.S. as a Freshman, Kay has been a member of Tiger- ettes, De Barr Club, and Commercial Club. After graduation, she plans to become an air- line hostess in Los Angeles, California. l 29 KENIKEFTHLY MEN TO MEN TALK takes the t1meofKem Keithly Russell Ogle and Larry Balk LARRYBALK eniors ominate 'gdfg Wr'nr "0F""'-i ,IW fill evamo Royalty 4 4 , uf 5 Q4 Z: -1? J .Miss 1 ,V - Q 4, . 2 ' su " ,K .K 3 K K 7- ,xx . ,. gh-9 a k -,ff we L: ,X gin-5' -ww PAT THOMPSON MARLENE STEVE ,ab GIFT FOR GAB . . . is demonstrated by Marlene Steve, Connie Cash, and Par Thompson. gg, W. . -MTW 31 E Q ,J 11? w f I , 3 T s ef T W Q gf? In 4 X C LUBS "LEARN ABOUT RUNNING YOUR SCHOOL, and grow up to help operate your town. TOM HERRING, City Manager for 7 years, talks with KEM KEITHLY, DICK WILSON, new City Manager, and HOWARD JONES. We 've really "gone to town" under the city- manager form of government, and there are dozens of busy men and women who keep things moving. Let's see now--theres a Rotary Club, a Lions' Club, a Business Our Leaders Discuss and Professional Women's Club, and many others. You name it, and we have it--or, if we haven't, we'll organize it! We start early in this club-joiningg we began in the grades with Scouts, and We're keeping up the race with Rifle Club, Tigerettes, Art Club, and all the others. It's just like in Grovers' Corners--we're all straining away to make something of ourselves here on this planet! We're really interested in making something of OUR TOWN. " rn... 2 I I w 32 X Plan With City Manager 0i 0UR TOW n Mama-N'ff ' "MW ' Q' awww. .mn-www ' X w. we 33 Dynamic Leader Plan Policies For H FRONT ROW--Janet Atkinson, Becky Ferry, Joyce Ames, Sharon Dodson, Sue Ann Harpold, Judy Bell, Larry Balk, Dana Legan, and Fred Fowler. ROW TWO--Ted Weber, Suzanne Armitage, Bill Brown, Donna Pascoe, Nancy Quarton, Cheryl Bryant, Janice Beisley, Linda Charles, Linda Shoemaker, and Gerry Hendrix. ROW THREE--Susie McGehee, Barbara Brittingham, Harold Neas, Jery Nunn, Lyle Catron, Doug Breen, Norman Garton, Dave Swearingen, and Terry Jadlot. ROW FOUR--Raymond Crawford, Danny Young, Bill Hasler, and Lynn Whitworth. The Senior High Student Coun- cil endeavors to carry out the Wishes of the student body. Some of the activities of the Council are to sell popcorn ' at home football and basket- ball games, to sponsor the White Christmas and Mayor for a Day programs, and to hold various dances through- out the year. CROWDED CALENDAR . . . Miss Rad- ford, Sponsorg Howard Jones, Vice- President, LaMae Neas, Treasurergand Kem Keithly, President, divide the duties for the party of the year. Sara Lou Kapple, Secretary, was not present for the picture. X 34 l Junior High Council Sets Pace For Citizen hip LITTLE BUSINESS TYCOONS , . , Tommy Haynes, Presidentg Butch Wolfe, Vice-President, Glendalack- son, Secretary, Mr. Hamblin, Sponsor and David Hill, Treasurer, have a session about the supply and demand of Student Council pencils. The junior High Council is the representative assembly of the seventh and eighth grade students. Projects of the junior High Council are the selling of pencils to students, the sponsoring of the game rooms at Anti-Van, and working in co -ordination with the Senior High Council invarious all -school activities. FRONT ROW--Cheryl Feeback, David Curry Nancy Falor Charles Jadlot Bette Hendrix Ralph Klumpp Peggy Nelson, and Jimmy Hensley. ROW TWO Vicki King Regar Todd Charlotte Norwood Steven Sparks Connie Stone, Stephen Howell, Kay Spencer RICRY Shoemaker and Chris Whitehead ROW THREE Bob Triplett Linda Dukes, Chris Coffman, Linda Hill, Barney Fisher Linda Pursley Bobby Nicodemus Bill Caylor Sylvia Kelso and Carol Hendrix. Leader hip I Promoted Through CONSCIENTIOUS COUNCILMEN. . . Elected to the City Council this year are Larry Hall, Larry Balk, Howard Jones, Mayorg Ronnie Hall, and Dick Loy. Promoted by the Senior High Council, the Mayor for a Day project, which will have its sixth birthday this year, has become an activity anticipated by both city officials and students. On March 21st of this year the elected and appoint- ed students of N. H. S. took their places beside their counterparts and proceed- ed to run our city for one day. CITY OFFICIALS, FRONT ROW--Larry Sheeks, Superintendent of Sewer Plantsg John Walker, Finance Collector, La Mae Neas, Milk Inspectorg Rita Gehrs, Park Superintendent, and Linda Jones, City Clerk. ROW TWO--Dave Swearingen, Health Officerg Gary Dean, Street Superintendent: Ronnie Moms. CNY Manager, and Kem Keithly, City Assessor. ROW THREE--David Steele, City Attorney: Russell Ogle, Police Iudgeg Bill Hasler, Fire Chiefg Don Brown, Police Chief, and Stan Urner, Building Inspector. 36 Government ln chool, City, And tate "WHERE THE BOYS ARE" . . . is of interest to Boys Staters for the 1960 summer session in Warrensburg. Men's civic clubs sponsored Howard Jones, Terry Johnson, Richard Donald- son, Danny Young, and Lynd Mische. STEPS TO SUCCESS. . . The Junior High Student Council selected Tommy Haynes, Steven Howell, and Linda Hill as representatives ro the convention at Crystal City. TRIP PLANNERS . . . Howard Jones, Student Council Vice-President, talks with Crystal City delegates Jery Nunn, Kem Keithly, and Janice Beisley. During the summer, Howard attended the Leadership Conference in Colo- rado while Kem, Student Council President, was our delegate to the national convention at Janesville, Wisconsin. TJEELS?'QUELLECi' i,LStEr1i1-Yikaxmiestilliisritt ssmtnsz as J ,A xl can l WARDROBE FOR GIRLS' STATE. . . is the subject for these Juniors selected to attend Girls' State at Stephens College during June 18-24. Sponsored by Beta Sigma Phi Sorority and by the American Legion Auxilliary are Sue Ann Har- pold, alternateg Janice Beisley, delegateg Kathy Vieth, alternateg and Janet Lasley, delegate. 37 THE PRESSES MUST ROLL . . .Wanda Koontz, Business Manager, Lynd Mische, Co-Editorg Mrs. Butner, Sponsorg Carolyn Wise, Cartoonistg and Marilyn Fairchild, Co-Editor, have a conference about the make -up of the next CRIMSON AND GRAY which was first published in 1926. A combination of talent and imag- ination are two "musts"for the CRIMSON AND GRAY staff mem- bers . Marilyn Fairchild, Becky Ferry, Mrs. Burner, and Donna Fisk of the NEVAMO started the journalistic year off right when they attended the publications conference on the campus of the University of Missouri. The pa- per is publishedby students Who Work at specified times before school. To please their readers and to produce a good paper are the main objectives of the staff. Issuing the paper semi-monthly keeps the staffers busy gathering news, Writingeditorials, and covering the curricular and extra-curricular activities. Grim on And Gray Keeps Student ln The Knew ALL T-HE NEWS THAT'S NEW . . . Connie Havens, Marlene Steve, Janie Tough, Jery Nunn, Suzan Kraft, Ann Swearingen, Becky Felrry, Kathy Vieth, Janet Lasley, and Alan Quick receive CRIMSON AND GRAYS from Sheldon Wight for delivery to first hour classes. 38 ' evamo tail Build "0ur Town" YEARBOOK IN THE MAKING . . . Pat Cruse, Howard Jones, Kendall Lawrence, Ronnie Hall, Linda Shoe- maker, and Carol Little try to clear the blackboard of all the work to be done before one of their three quotas can be mailed to their publisher. The eight members of the NEVAMO staff estimate that they have spent 3, 000 man- hours Working on this 1961 NEVAMO. Building a ladder, drawing layouts on the dummy and on the 3 R's, composingcopy, typinglists, schedulingandcroppingpic- tures, checking, and rechecking are all familiar terms in the jargon of the NEV- AMO staffer. All this work resulted in a yearbook with approximately 1, 300 pictures and 16,500 Words on 140 pages. The 1961 staff hopes that this book will long serve as a pleasant reminder ofour school in "OUR TOWN." Y, BOOK BUILDERS . . .Pat Thompson, Associate Editorg Mrs. Rimmer, Sponsorg and Donna Fisk, Editor, select the pictures to be used to devel- op the theme of Volume Twenty-four of the NEVAMO, which began in 1906 as the COMET FHA And FFA Plan FASHION TALK . . .Tobie Lawrence, Treasurer, Miss Forkner, Sponsor, Leah Bloes- ser, Presicientgllacquie Trainor, Reporter, Pat Trainor, Vice-Presidentg and Judy Kovacks, Secretary, discuss fads and fash- ions for a style show of 1961. The Future Homemakers of America plan for the food, cloth- ing, and upbringing of the future families of "Our Town. " This organization holds monthly meet- ings and also participates in the district and state meetings. Skills learned in FHA are those which will be beneficial in present and future homes. FRONT ROW--Sue Ann Harpold, Sharon Dodson, Jonet Gallagher, Donna Pascoe, Cheryl Drake, Elizabeth Charles, Saundra Rasnic, Ruby Cartwright, and Susie McGehee. ROW TWO--Joyce Ames, Connie Cash, Cathy McCain, Connie Havens, Jean Barone, Ellen Fisher, Leona Olson, Sharon Milford, Sandra Scism, and Judy Baker. ROW THREE--Susan Harper, Donna Johns, Donna Beisley, Sharon McDaniel, Sharon Frazier, Bobbie Howell, Barbara Brittingham, Beverly Simmons, Mary Webster, Polly Gragg, and Carol Wallace. ROW FOUR--Phyllis Wood, Marybelle Overton, Elaine Harper, Sue Nelander, Ann Swearingen, Shirley Carpenter, Virginia Spillman, Loretta Campbell, Betsy McDermott, and Patty Smith. Future In ation' Home And Farm FRONT ROW--Dale Koopmann, Danny Weber David Ewing Charles Phillips Pat Wyatt Elvin Giger Varian Garton, and George Clark. ROW TWO- Johnny Robinson Harold Shumaker Ronnie Quackenbush Henry Shu maker, Sam Winter, Bill Chapman, Gary Headley and John Bunn ROW THREE Charles Walker JohnPerry Dale Herren, Richard Parrish, Harry Snowden Denny McKenzie Butch Cummings Eddie Barker Claude Daley and Larry Pettibon. ROW FOUR--Harold Hulse Franklin Rhoades Kent Bobbett Bill Yordy Don Hendrix Butch Fry, Warren Glimpse, Richard Pent, Danny Hensley and Jim Arnold ROW FIVE Roy Lasley De Vere Bobbett Clifford Pettibon, Don Leavell, Don McIntosh Charles Carmack Lloyd Fenton Jack Pettibon Jim Sheridan Russell Walker, and Don Kenney. The local chapter of the Future Farmers ot America offers val - uable basic training for its mem - bers in the agricultural field. At the semi-monthly meetings, the members plan to attend vari- ous educational events such as the American Royal, the Ralston Purina Farms at St. Louis, and several judging events. Several members of the chapter are applying for recognition as State Farmers. OFFICERS TAKE STOCK OF AFFAIRS. . . Mr. Hires, Sponsor, explains the respon- sibilities of their offices to Bill Jones, Secretary, Jerry Gragg, Vice-President, Gary Roberts, Presidentg Norman Garton, Treasurer, George Hagerman, Sentinel, and Everett Kenney, Reporter. Norman Garton and Jerry Gragg won degrees as State Farmers. Sponsored by the local chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, the FTA enrolls students who are interested in the career of teaching. Members learn about the profession by hearing ex- perienced teachers and by attending conventions. Commercial Club forms its member- ship from girls who are interested in busi ness careers . Enrollment in secre- tarial practice is a requirement. FUTURE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION--Front Row--Connie Kelso, Historiang Mrs. Keithly, Sponsorg Janet Lasley, Treasurer and President of Southwest District of Missouri FTAg Sue Nelander, Parliamentariang Rita Gehrs, Presi- dent, Ann Richardson, Secretary, Mrs. Fraser, Sponsorg Linda Haynes, Vice-Presidentg and Marilyn Fairchild, Reporter. ROW TWO--Mary Ann Ferguson, Sue Philbrick, Loretta Lyon, Linda Charles, Jonet Gallagher, Su- zanne Armitage, Rosemary Perrin, Suzan Kraft, Kendall Lawrence, and Carol Anderson. ROW THREE--Joyce Ames, John Walker, Norma Crouse, Myra Marshall, Peggy Fuller, Barbara Beisly, Elaine Harper, Elizabeth Win- ters, and Maryann McKay. ROW FOUR--Kem Keithly, Jacquie Trainor, Pat Trainor, Lily Winters, Pat Cruse, Joanne Brown, Patricia Place, and Janet Phelps. FTA And Commercial Club hape Career COMMERCIAL CLUB--Front Row--Carol Holland, Pat Cruse, President, Helen Hinkle, Frances Bullock, Arline Higgins, Ruth'Henry, Kay McKenzie, Vice-President, and Kay Jones. ROW TWO--Mrs. Tolle, Sponsor, Linda Jones, Lune Richey, Carol Woods, Janie Tough, Marlene Steve, Nancy Smith, Billie Robinson, and Carolyn Jones. ROW THREE--Dianne Adams, Reporterg Lettie Bell, Karen Emery, Secretary-Treasurerg Charleen Bley, and Carol Frazier. 42 The Auto Safety Club's main objec- tive is the combination of both class - room and driving experience to form careful, thinking drivers of the pres - ent and the future . Each spring, members of the club attend the Auto Show in Kansas City and participate in the Jaycee driving contest. THE LIFE YOU SAVE MAY BE YOUR OWN . is a phrase familiar to AUTO SAFETY CLUB officers Terry Jadlot, Secretaryg Doug Breen, Council Member, Barbara Brittingham, Coun- cil Member, Butch Fry, President, Tim Eph- land, Council Member, Suzanne Armitage, Vice-President, and Mr. Dehon, Sponsor, Auto aiety And Debarr Round 0utCurr1culum Chartered four years ago the De Barr Club has become an established organization in Nevada High School It has many activities such as this year s beatnik dance and the more serious project of making posters for various school organizations and events FRONT ROW--Mrs. Fraser, Sponsor ofDE BARR CLUB, Herman Hendrix, Charles Car- mack, Phyllis Wood, Reporter,CarolynWise, Vice-President, Jack Demaree, President, Gaye Howell, Secre- tary, Lynn Whitworth, Treasurer, Sandra Bales, and Lillie Win- ters. ROW TWO-- Howard Jones, Linda Haynes, Pat Perkins, David Baird, Robert Ratterree, Joe Hogan, Gary Brooks, Virginia Haggard, Elizabeth Winters, Don Beisly, and Susan Quarton. M-M-..,,,N."' 9' 5 Q The recently chartered SCIENCE , E CLUB, which holds meetings S 3 A every two weeks, is one of the many successful clubs at N.I-I.S. Although this is its first year, the club has made much pro- gress . Among its many pro- jects are the science films which are shown regularly to the stu- dent body, a school Weather station, many field trips, and various individual projects . The club offers stimulating chal- lenges to students with an ad- vanced scientific aptitude. FRONT ROW--D. Brack Davis, Myra Marshall, Steven Sparks, David Baird, Terry Johnson, President, Richard Donaldson, Vice-President, Ronnie Jones, and Mr. Dooley, Sponsor. ROW TWO--Tom Bryant, Alan Quick, Secretary and Treasurer, Ray Maxwell, and Harold Brant. Math And cience Clubs Seek And Di cover Meeting every Thursday night, the MATH CLUB endeavors to challenge the minds of future mathematicians. To be eligible to join the Math Club, a student must have an "S" average in math and must have taken at least three years of math or presently be enrolled in a third year math course. An ad- vanced mathematics course is offered through the club, and one-half credit is given the student upon completion of the course. " ,.1-. "Q , 4 K V W 44 STANDING--AlanQuick, Vice- Presidentgand Mr. Quick, Sponsor of the Math Club. SITTING-- Nancy White, Wanda Koontz, Beverly Huckaby, Kendall Law - rence, Jack Demaree, Barbara Armstrong, Tom Bryant, and TerryJohnson, Secretary and Treasurer. Richard Donaldson, President, is not pictured. MAY I HELP YOU? . . .Janet Urner and Lettie Bell keep busy with the steady stream of customers buying refreshments at the football game. The Cooperative Occupation Education plan, started in N. H.S. in 1948, is a program through which students may earn while learning. C.O. E. is divided into three units-- trades, sales, and business The 57 students attend school at least 4 hours each day and work approximately 4 hours . Their annual employer-em- ployee banquet is the biggest event for the club, which is sponsored by Mr. Bennett. Bu iness Undertaking Engage COE Member FRONT ROW--Frances Bullock, Bonnie Sikes, Susan Quarton, Sally Quarton, Carol Frazier, Marlene Steve, Reporterg Larry Balk, Vice-President, Pat Thompson, Secretary and Treasurer, and Mr. Bennett, Sponsor. ROW TWO--Dianne Adams, Kendall Lawrence, Gaye Howell, Elizabeth Remington, Helen Hinkle, Jack Weber, Janie Tough, La Mae Neas, Gary Dean, Wanda Koontz, and Geraldine Cowan. ROW THREE--David Steele, Stan Urner, Nancy Smith, Karen Emery, Kay Jones, Joyce Holland, Carolyn Jones, Connie Havens, Lettie Bell, Clifton Hargrove, and Wesley Lincoln. ROW FOUR--Carolyn Wise, Lillie Winscott, Janet Urner, Linda Jones, Janie Caudell, Carol Woods, Connie Coale, Lonnie Polk, Daryl Lamb, Charles Colton, Charles Walker, and Harry Williams. Eugene Howington, President, is not pictured. 45 "GIVE ME AN N" . . .Thisyell is familiar to the students of Nevada High School as the "A" Cheerleaders Ann Richardson, Marilyn Fairchild, Head Cheer- leaderg Sue Ann Harpold, Assist- ant Head Cheerleaderg Ann Swearingen, Joyce Ames, Marlene Steve, Donna Payne, and Nancy BrownQstandingj spur the Nevada Tigers to victory. SITTING PRETTY . . ."B"Cheerleaders NancyQuarton Judy Tough, Head Cheerleaderg Loretta Lyon, Gerry Hen drix, JonetGa1lagher, Linda Charles, JanetAtkinson, and Karolyn Perkins pose for a picture after an exciting "B" basketball game. Tigerettes' Snap + Animation : 46 sv TIGERETTES, the pep club of Nevada Senior High, is composed of girls from grades 9 through 12. The club, sponsored by Mrs. Keithly, has a reserved section for all home games, and a bus is provided for all conference out-of-town games. Other activities of the Tigerettes include decorating the goal posts for the football games, f b ll d b sketball ames and decorating for the Homecoming and Anti-Van parties. Officers selling pop at oot a an a g , elected for 1960-61 were Jean Barone, President, Janice Beisley, Vice-President, Becky Ferry, Secretary, Susan . I . . . . d Harper, Assistant Secretary, Donna Fisk, Treasurer, Jane Tough, Reporter, Suzanne Armitage, Historian, an Madge Swearingen, Parliamentarian. ' evada High chool pirit. TIGERETTES IN TIGERLAND . . .Backed by the Tigerettes, "A" Cheerleaders swing into an exhilarating yell, hopeful of a Tiger victory. d 47 Tigerette Add Vim And Energy To chool Life STEP RIGHT UP . . .Tigerettes Suzanne Armitage, Janet Atkin- son, and Barbara Brittingham wait on eager customers at the concession stand. HAVE YOU GOT THAT SPIRIT? . . . Accompanied by the senior high pep band, the "A" and "B" Cheerleaders stimulate school spirit at one of the frequent pep assemblies preceding the football games. IS FOR HOMECOMING . . .Donna Johns, Pat Colvin, and Janie Tough spend after school hours working on Homecoming decorations. wuater Club Build Young HS Spirit JUMP, GIRLS, JUMP . . .Marcia Rimmer, Head Cheerleader, Pat Colvin, Charlotte Norwood, Kay Spencer, Paula Stafford, Bette Hen- drix, Mary Jo Lasley, and Donna Pascoe take to the air. The organization supporting the Junior High Tigers is the Sweater Club. Sponsored by Mrs. Teel, this club encour - ages athletic events. In ad- dition to school activities, these girls perform many civic duties by holding tag sale s downtown for various organizations. At Hallo - ween they have the tremen- dous job of decorating the jun ior High section for the Anti-Van Party . FRONT ROW--Pat Colvin, Donna Pascoe, Marcia Rimmer, Norma Falor, President, Judy Fletchall,Vice-President Nancy Falor, Secretary, Velma Attebery, Treasurerg Connie Johnson, Reporter, Jean Ann Edwards, Historian, Charlotte Norwood, Bette Hendrix, Paula Stafford, and Kay Spencer. ROW TWO--Linda Pursley, Donna Haley Nancy Caudell, Marsha Madill, Edith Pulliam, Pat Callahan, Kay McLaughlin, Susie Pascoe, Sharon Elliott, Beth Ellen LaGuire, Theresa Payne, Vickie King, and Mrs. Teel, Sponsor. ROW THREE--Jackie Wales, Carol Hendrix, Barbara Haner, Pat Scott, Pam Vincent, Kerry Baucom, Judy Baker, Mary Rhyne, Vicki Curtis, Charl otte Lyon, Donna Bruns, and Linda Wilson. ROW FOUR--Susan Swager, Judy Gordon, Connie Locke, Norma Duncan, Linda Heryford, Connie Groves, Ronda Longstreth, Carolyn Erickson, Connie Tow, Sylvia Kelso, and Annabelle Jones. ROW FIVE--Linda Miller, Betty Jo Marlow, Linda Cartwright, Dianna Dougherty, Jo Anne Rabon, Mary Flaten, Vicki Holmes, Karen Trower, Marcia Shearer, and Linda Dukes. ROW SIX--Marjorie Klotz Nancy Bishop, Linda Hill, Martha Dailey, Glenda Jackson, Maxine Brundidge, Sue Dahmer, Pam Mitchell, Regina McDermott, Sharon Hayes, and Peggy Nelson. ROW SEVEN--Shelia Saathoff, Linda Alexander, Marilyn Cruce, Judy Johnson, Carol Harpold, Helen Arnold, Hannah Brawner, Roxanna Wilson, Sheryl Feeback, Diana Moberly, and Dorothy Koder. The Nevada Senior High School marching and concert band, under the direction of Mr. Litle, endeavors to cultivate music appreciation and enrich various school activities . Marching at all home football games, the band members spend many hours practicing for half-time shows When football season is over, the students re- turn to the band room to begin work on concert numbers to be played at the annual Spring Festi- val and spring concert. Other activities of the year include participating in Band Day at Kansas State College, Pittsburg, Kansas, marching in various parades, and presenting a Christmas concert at the State Hospital. At the close of school, after the year's busy schedule is com- pleted, the band makes a trip to the Ozarks for a day of relaxation and fun. 50 J Band Develop DIG THAT CHARLESTON! . . .Becky Ferry, Sara Lou Kapple, Donna Fisk, and Linda Shoemaker strut their steps during the homecoming show. FRONT ROW--Jean Barone, Evelyn Leedy, Donna Fisk, Linda Shoemaker, clarinets, Suzan Kraft, Ann Swearingen, SonjaJudy, Martha Phipps, flutes, Amelia Richardson and Karen Neimeyer, oboes. ROW TWO--Mary Drury, Wanda Koontz, Carol Gose, Marsha Martin and Marybelle Overton, clarinets, TomWool- verton, James Perrin and Eddie Wade, trump- ets, La Mae Neas and John Smith,French hornsg Mike Clark, Jimmy Jacobs and Lois Demaree, bass clarinets, Deanna Ratterree and Barbara -'.- ' 1 Mu ic Appreciation And Enriches Sport Life BOOST THAT TIGER SPIRITHMUSIC- ALLY! . . .Senior High Band, directed by Mr. Litle, plays "The Fight Song" as the team rushes on the field. 'P Beisly, alto clarinets, and Ellen Fisher, bassoon. ROW THREE--Pat Colvin, Barbara Shepherd, Helen Streich, Norma Crouse and Vicki Petribon, clarinets, Janet Phelps, Jerry Haggard, Emory Kiger, James Simmons, Steve Pyle, Duane Vaughn and Jimmy Brown, trumpets, Jim Murray, Gary Cornell, Wilson Liter and Joe Olson, bari- tones, Bob Brown, Karolyn Perkins, Janice Elsworth, Bob Oyer, Larry Balk, Sue Ellen McCall and Barbara Shaver, alto saxophones. ROW FOUR--Virginia Johnson, Sharon Franz, Cheryl Drake, and Margaret Wait, clarinets, Richard Wallace, Charles Buenning, James Pippin, Mary Rackley and Larry Ware, trumpets, Terry Adams and Mac Hornecker, bass horns, Mack Legleiter, John LaGuire, Janie Caudell, Ronnie Layher, George Hagerman and Terry Williamson, trombones, Mary Beth Runyan and Alan Quick, baritone saxophones, Earl Caldwell, Gary Moore and Beverly Huckaby, tenor saxophones. STANDING--Tobie Lawrence, Becky Ferry, Buz Adams, Lynn Brown, percussion, Mr. Litle, Director, and Marilyn Fairchild, percussion. f J 1 ' , "' , ff mx' ' , y S H .h,, M X -r j .Va , .,, ,5 Ar ksf-4 " sr f - "T f fsf A, A p -11 K I V I 53 li ' H V Q31 ii? I 51 F PIED PIPERS . . . Melodious note flow from the magic flutes of Martha Phipps, Suzan Kraft, Ann Swearingen, and Sonja Judy. Blower Puff UpA torm 76 TROMBONES MINUS 70 . . .With Terry Willialr son, John LaGuire, Janie Caudell, Ronnie Layher, Mack Legleiter, and George Hagerman as the six , trombonists in our band, who would need 70 more? Y "HURRY UP, GANG!" . . .Pleads Marsha Martin who serves as official hat rack while saxophone players Alan Quick, Mary Beth Runyon, Beverly Huckaby, Gary Moore and Earl Caldwell, engage in a practice session. FRONT ROW--Linda Alexander, Paula Stafford, Pam Vincent, Peggy Nelson, and Mailyn Cruce, clarinets. ROW TWO--Lawrence Walton and Elaine Robison, clarinetsg Chris Whitehead, Leland Householder, Suzie Pascoe, Shelia Saathoff, and Tommy Hasler, alto saxophones. ROW THREE--James Mesplay, IerryRiggs, Alan Palmer, Harold Chrisenberry, John Gaither, Mark Leedy, Lester Remington, and Stan Knoderer, comets. ROW FOUR--David Wright, French horn, David Ewan, Jimmy Miller, and Mike Jenkins, trom- bones. ROW FIVE--Mr. Litle, Directorg Kay Spencer, Joel Loy, Billy Ware, Jimmy Hensley, andlimmy Barnett, percussion. eventh Grader Begin eheel Mu ie Career ,ks-v' Music minded seventh graders were well qualified for the positions they get held. As six graders, these students had the opportunity to participate in a grade school beginners' band. Under the supervision of band director, Mr. Litle, they had practice sessions dur ing summer. The main activity of the Seventh Grade Band was a spring con- cert, presented With the junior High Chorus and the Eighth Grade Band. A PLACE FOR EVERYTHING . . . Chris White- head watches as Mark Leedy puts away his in strument after seventh grade band practice. 53 Eighth Grader Take Fir t Chair In Junior High DING, DONG, BELL . . .Jackie Wales teaches new student, Betty Jo Marlow, the techniques of playing the chimes. First hour every morning sixty eighth grade students meet in the band room for an hour of instrumental music. During the year, they learn to march and master other basic skills which they will use next year in Senior High Band. At Christmas time they pre- sented a concert at the Junior High Christmas assembly. They also par- ticipated in a Spring Concert given by the Seventh and Eighth Grade Bands and the Junior High Chorus. FRONT ROW--Betty Jo Marlow, Mary Rhyne, Dianna Dougherty, and Linda Bernhardt, clarinets, Vicki Hoeper, Mary Flaten, Susan Swager, Carolyn Erickson, Jo Anne Rabon, Norma Duncan, and Charlotte Norwood, flutes, Mary Jo Lasley and Marcia Rimmer, oboes. ROW TWO--Sylvia Kelso, Judy Gordon, Connie Tow, Velma Atte- bery, and Donna Bruns, clarinetsg Regar Todd, Torn Addington, Dick Hovey, Marvin Klotz, Dan Arnold, and John Cartwright, corners, Carleta Bowen, French horn, Gary Davis, bass clarinet, and Larry Tucker, alto clarinet. ROW THREE--Charlotte Lyon, Linda Wilson, Marsha Madill, Ronda Longstreth, Connie Groves, and B,F, Weir, clarinets, Ralph Shumaker, Arvin Armstrong, and George McCormick, corners, Karl Range, Glen Buenning, and David McVey, tenor saxophones, Jack Adams, Eugene Lightner, and Joe Whisler, alto saxophones. ROW FOUR-- Vicki Curtis, Vernon Shaw, Patrice Bobbett, and Linda Heryford, clarinetsg David Ephland, Barney Fisher, Steve Grissom, Gary Yurk, and Jackie Wales, percussiong James Gresham, Mr. Litle, Directorg and Gary Van Mater, bass horns, Belvin Legleiter and Bobby Pickens, baritones, Bill Giessmann, trombone, and Linda Clark, saxophone. L W , r ,- .Q-'X .K fig- .r 5590, ' ' if v4'..rf lb J 53. J uf ws Q-1, ar, its J Y. .V - ,P15 .5-1' 41- Pg- fa' f, - J- ,--is F -if F-sf "' .aar- CRESCENDOES . . .FRONT ROW--Glenna Fox, EllenFisher BeverlyS1mmons and Joyce Richardson. ROW TWO--Sara Lou Kapple, Cheryl Payne R1taGehrs Carol Holland, and Polly Gragg. ROW THREE--Jim Rasmussen Stan Jones Howard Jones, Kem Keithly, Ray Maxwell, Fred Loane Larry Hall Don Burn ett, and Denny David. Vocal Group Give Training To tudent The CRESCENDOES, a volunteer singing group, is a new organization at N.H.S. this year. Singers auditioned for their parts at the beginning of the year and a- greed to practice each Tuesday night. Taking part in the "Anti-Van Follies" and in the Choral Christmas program, "A Blessed Christmas," has kept this group busy . Under the leadership of Miss Goetz, the Crescendoes work hard and build en- joyment in a field which will give a life- time of pleasure. SIX SWEET SINGERS . . .TOP--Letha Drury, Beverly Simmons, Glenna Fox, Joyce Richardson, Karen Nei- meyer, and Cheryl Payne are the experienced perform- ers who make up the GIRLS' SEXTETTE. Vocal Mu ic Classes Form enior High Choru FRONT ROW--Miss Goetz, Directorg Joy Mitchum, Cheryl Payne, Pam Berry, Janice Heitz, Ruth Henry, Sharon Troegle, Glenna Fox, Becky Shafer, Denny David, Fred Loane, Tom Strasser, Donna Beisly, Polly Gragg, Carol Holland, Carol Frazier, Charlotte Thompson, Maude Trosper, Janet Harmon, Mary Ann Riggs, Cynthia Thomp- son, Karen Neimeyer, Harold Gragg, and Wayne Jackson. ROW TWO--Jeanne Welsch, Ellen Fisher, Karen Mitts, Beverly Simmons, Letha Drury, Sharon Milford, Carolyn Beisly, Donna Rogers, Gary Diggins, Jerry Hoffman, Sam La Due, Bill Jones, Joe Spencer, Fred Weber, Merle Carpenter, Mary Rackley, Billie Robinson, Sharon Frazier, Janet Grace, Joan Starr, Sharon Balk, Patty Wood, Patty Rimmer, Lana Baldwin, and Bonnie Sikes. ROW THREE-- Lillie Dark, Mary Lou Ragan, Carmen Tillery, Peggy Fuller, Ann Richardson, June La Due, Jim Rasmussen, Kem Keithly, Ray Maxwell, Stoller Simon, Ted Weber, Lee McReynolds, Donna Johns, Rita Gehrs, Shirley Koopmann, Waneta Thompson, Suzie Johnson, Geraldine Cowan, Louise Whalan, Leona Olson, and Rosemary Watson. ROW FOUR--Margaret Sheridan, Peggy Wastell, Lillie Winscott, Wilma Simpson, Marie Merritt, Judy Bastow, Linda Scott, Steve Diggins, Stan Jones, Howard Jones, Clifton Hargrove, Lyle Catron, Tom McAllister, Dick Loy, Rich- ard Parrish, Charles Colton, Jack Pettibon, Virginia Spillman, Carol Zilliox, Mary Webster, Judy Grace, Rhoda Chubick, Bobbie Jones, Elaine Fuller, and Joyce Richardson. Miss Carol Goetz assum- ed Mrs . Guylene Litle's responsibility this year . In addition to their regu- larly scheduled chorus classes, Vocal students have been busy presenting programs for the public, participating in assem- blies, and entering music festivals . GET YOUR PITCHES . . .How- ard Jones, Clifton Hargrove,Kem Keithly, Ray Maxwell, Denny David, BillJones, Fred Loane, and Jerry Hoffman join pianist Ellen Fisher to practice before ' performance. 56 Junior High Voice Raise Sweet Meledie TALENTED TRIO . . .DavidHill,vocal- ist, is accompanied by Ann Swearingen, flutist, and Carol Frazier, pianist, in a vocal solo for "The Blessed Christmas" program. Students in the eighth grade chorus classes had an opportuni ty this year to join a special vo- cal group. These singers audi- tioned for their new organiza- tion Which met before schoolfor the weekly rehearsals with Miss Goetz . FRONT ROW--Connie Johnson, Ray Scism, George Current, Chris Coffman, and Vicky Holmes. ROW TWO-- Marcia Shearer, Norma Falor, Linda Hill, David Hill, Gene Haliburton, Tommy Haynes, Pat Ireland, Janie Bunker, Karen Trower, Donna Haley, and Theresa Payne. ROW THREE--Edith Pulliam, Peggy Bliss, Aletta Carpenter, Carol Beaver, Karen Preston, Cecil Blackmore, Butch Wolfe, Kelly Jones, Bill Caylor, Bob Nicode mus, Glenda Jackson, Martha Bailey, Janice Rapp, Cheryl Schnedler, and Maxine Brundidge. 57 Junior Class Delights Us With Capricious Escapade HUSBAND MEETS FORMER LEADING MAN . .Penelope Toop, por- trayed by Bonnie Smith, introduces husband, Bob Beaver, to aformer actor colleague, played by Bill Brown. "NOW, NOW, YOU MUSTN'T DO THAT" . . .Buddywright playing the part of Reverend Humphrey, resists the affect- ionate attitude of Miss Skillon, played by Sharon Ramsey, while Connie Kelso, Mike Ire- land, Ricky Owen, and Bill Armstrongrevealinterest in the situation. Directed by Mr. Carter, the Junior Class Play, SEE HOW THEY RUN, was presented to large audiences on the nights of December 15, 16, and 17. The play, termed as one of the funniest in recent years, and comprised of fast action, intri- cate situations and an amusing plot, left the audience Weary from laughter. The play cen- ters around an English vicar- age Where an American actress and her husband, a bishop, be- came engaged in many involved circumstances. Also in the plot is a pert little Cockney maid, a nosey busy-body who feels that running the church is her divine calling, and an as- sortment of characters rang- ing from an American GI to an escaped prisoner, all of whom disguise themselves as clergymen. W-M ., 1:9 '-,. ' Aww: - enior Co termonegers Support "Earne t" THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, a three-act comedy by Oscar Wilde, Was pre- sented by the Seniors on March 16, 17, and 18. The comedy pre- sented many baffling problems which were all solved in extremely charming and quite un- expectedways. Having been called the funniest comedy in the English language, it delighted its audiences from the first cucumber sand- wich until jack and Al- gernon made the dis- covery of the impor- tance of being earnest in answering to the name of Ernest. Seniors spurred ticket sales by recognizing top coster - mongers, Csupporters selling ten ticketsj. K I tt. j X ji.: -T f-js f y, o'p ' t I-,fist HIE. tzl 3 so I, Rf.: 'ni - A DAY IN Tl-IE COUINTRY . . . pictures Gwendoline Uanet Urnerj Cecily flvlarilyn Fairchilclj, John Worthing Uohn Walkerj, and Algy CDon Erownj dressed in style for the outing. PRISM, WHERE IS THAT BABY? . . . says Lady Bracknell Uanie Toughj to Miss Prism fixancy Brownl while Merriman flyle Catronj, Rev. Chausable QDave Swearingenl, and Lane Crlarold Neasj watch the interrogation. The plans Stage Wilder' Pulitzer Prize 'fx 5 25 'i e Z V l FRONT ROW--Howard Jones, President, Bill Hasler, Vice-Presidentg Lyle Catron Treasurer Donna Fisk Clerk Kendall Lawrence, Representative, and Mr. Russell Carter, Sponsor. Sara Lou Kapple Secretary was not present for the picture. ROW TWO--Linda Jones, Nancy White, Connie Kelso Loretta Lyon Nancy Brown Lynd Mische, Harold Neas, Bill Brown, Susie Mc Gehee, Ellen Fisher, and Marilyn Fairchild ROW THREE Linda Shoemaker, Sheldon Wight, Ricky Owen, Bob Beaver, Bonnie Smith Richard Donaldson Alan Quick Janet Urner, and Don Brown. ROW FOUR--Wanda Koontz, Iohn Walker, Janie Tough Mike Ireland Ray Maxwell, Dave Swearingen, Kem Keithly, Ronnie Morris, Terry Johnson, and La Mae Neas Established in 1954, Troop 1349 of the National Thespian Society is responsible for producing the plays given in co -operation with the speech department. Some of their many jobs are finding and borrowing costumes, building and painting scenery, appointing ushers, being responsi- ble for publicity, operating the lighting, and applying make -up. This spring, several delegates were sent to the Missouri Thespian Convention in St. Louis. Thornton Wilders's "OUR TOWN" was presented by the Thespians February 10th and llth in the N. H. S. auditor- ium. This play, produced in more high schools last year than any other play, has been called "as American as ap- ple pie. " Emily reveals the great truth in our lives when she asks, "Do any human beings ever realize life While they live it--every, every minute 7" The stage manager answers for all of us, "No. The saints and poets, may- be--they do some. " 60 Winner. "0UR TOW " "DO YOU KNOW WHAT I LOVE MOST IN THE WORLD? . . . MONEY!" exclaims Rebecca fNancy Whitej to George CDon Brownj, Dr. Gibbs flvlike Irelandj, and Mrs. Gibbs fEllen Fisher.D air Adht., HSOFTER! SOFTERV' . . . Simon Stimson CLynd Mischel admonishes choir mem bers Bonnie Sm ith, Peggy Fuller, Rita Gehrs, Ann Richardson, Donna Beisley, Donna Johns, Wanda Koontz, Ellen Fisher, and Nancy Brown. SECOND ROW--Bill Jones, Tommy Strasser, Fred Loane, and How ard Jones, accompanied by Jean Barone on an old-fashioned pum p organ . WEDDING VOWS . . . are taken by Emily CParKoeh1erJ and George CDon Brown! as the townspeople and choir "just like ro see young, people happy. u "EAT YOUR BREAKFAST GOOD AND SLOW" . . . stresses Mrs. Webb CWanda Koonzzj to Wally fGary Moorej, Mr. WebbCAlan Quickj, and Emily fPar Koehlerj. " peak The peach. I Pray You WORTHY COLLEAGUES. , .Don Brown expounds to Jery Nunn, Warren Moseley, Alan Quick, Judy Bell, and Lfacing the speakerj David Barton and Johnny Walker. ,MO fmmiy KS: 31 Talk makes the world go round, and N. H. S. debaters get a lot of experience in talking! When a student gives debate his best efforts, he is bound to gain much in return. N. H. S. teams have debated in five big tournaments this year. They've become a close -knit group, working to- gether to obtain knowledge for file cases full of reference cards. MAN WITH A "MIKE", . .Johnny Walker gets practice in a skill which might lead to a career. 62 Honor ociety Claim 34 " .ll.S.ers" In the spring of 1925 the Nevada Chapter of the National Honor Society was organized. Rated by the teachers on the basis of Scholarship, Leadership, Char- acter, and Service, members of the society represent five per cent of the junior class and fifteen per cent of the Senior class. Outstanding students are selected from the Sopho- more class as probationary members. LEARN YOUR SPEECHES . . . admonishes Mr. Keithly to Kendall Lawrence, Richard Donaldson, Kem Keithly, Beverly l-luckaby, Danny Young, Nancy Brown, and Jean Barone who served as in- stalling officers of the National Honor Society initiation. FRONT ROW--Becky Ferry, Suzanne Armitage, Barbara Brittingham, Judy Tough, lvlarilyn Fairchild, Janie Tough, Wanda Koontz, Rita Gehrs, and Ann Richardson. ROW TWO--Pat Cruse, Linda Charles, Kathy Vieth Terry Johnson, Jery Nunn, Alan Quick, Ellen Fisher, and Pat Thompson. ROW THREE--Carol Little, Ann Swearingen, Linda Shoemaker, Janice Beisley, Janet Lasley, Sue Ann Harpold, Lynd lvlische, Howard Jones, and Donna Fisk. 63 ' l We Prize The chelar. T SENIOR SUPERLATIVES , , , Nancy Brown, second in the class of "6l", and Richard Donaldson, highest ranking senior, study diligently in the library before class. TOP RANKING SENIORS . . .FRONT ROW--Richard Donaldson, Beverly Huckaby, Lynd Mische, Kendall Lawrence, and Ellen Fisher. ROW TWO--Janie Tough, Ennis Mc- Lean, Marlene Steve, Terry Johnson, Carol Holland, Pat Cruse, and Suzan Kraft. These Seniors, ranking in the order in which they are shown represent the upper ten per cent of the 1961 graduating class. Nancy Brown was not present for the picture. l i 64 i Leader, and Pilgrim CLASS LEADERS . . . Seniors Kem Keithly and Ken- dall Lawrence won special honor by being selected by their classmates and teachers as the outstanding leaders of the class of 1961. This highest recognition was not announced to the winners or to the student body until Sign Night for the 1961 NEVAMO. RECOGNITION RECEIVER5. . . Kendall Law- rence, winner of the D.A.R. award and Beverly Huckaby, recipientofthe Certificate of Recogni- tion from the Board of Curators of the University of Missouri, discuss plans following graduation. Kendall was also the representative for the state D.A.R. American history test. L ,fb of i 1 SOPHOMORE PILGRIMS . . . Iery Nunn indicates to Judy Tough the locality of the state capital on the Missouri map. This year, for the first time, the Dom- estic Science Club and the Progress Club sponsored two delegates to represent Nevada High School at the Soph- omore Pilgrimage held in Jefferson City. ,,,.sit it Na ing 'G' ,L 5' 65 may , , , SPOR TS "I'D SAY THIS IS A TYPICAL AMERICAN TOWN. Like most other Americans, peo- ple in Nevada really go for sports. Around here we have teams for football, basketball and track. Businessmen make it possible for us to have football programs printed and to have our games broadcast. At a CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BANQUET, CHESTER BREWER gave "outstanding play- er" awards to footballers DANNY YOUNG and DAVE SWEARINGEN. We're sports- minded in the sum mer too. A recreation pro - gram keeps kids hitting and running while their Moms and Dads enjoy yelling for their Little Leaguers. They forget the Missouri heat as they swat the tennis balls and splash in the swimming pool. Seems like some of the leaders in Washington are getting upset about Citizens' lack of exercise, but we 're Working hard to improve physical fitness here in OUR TOWN. " ffl f ,. 5 Q fa- i L-1' -i H. 4 ii 2 A . W. , . tn' ati Q Q vi "law 1 ' 1 I . fl ,,, I 66 ports Are Important 3 I L . ., f. i E ? ,l ,i fl fi s E 2 Y T To People In Our chool And 0UR TOW an-"f wa w GT 2 i SEASON'S RECORD "'Nevada 7 Nevada 0 Nevada 0 Nevada 7 Nevada 20 Nevada 6 Nevada 19 Nevada 6 'Nevada 0 Nevada 13 TEAM Aurora Neosho Carthage Mt. Vernon Cas sville Webb City Monett Nevada Lam ar SIDELINE ACTION . . . Not all of the color of a football game takes place inside the official lines. We .loin 4 Big 9 chools ln More Losses Than Winsiiiigiji "A" Team El Dorado 12 Aurora 56 Mt. Vernon 27 Lam ar 6 Webb City 12 Neo sho 27 Cas sville 20 Carthage 1 1 Lebanon 14 Mone tt 2 1 'Non-conference games CONFERENCE STANDINGS WON LOST 8 0 6 2 5 3 5 3 3 5 3 5 3 5 2 6 1 7 "B" Team El Dorado 6 El Dorado 6 Butler O Ft. Scott 26 Carthage 21 FRONT ROW--Steve Pyle, Don Brown, Warren Moseley, Mike Ireland, Russell Ogle, Butch Fry, Danny Young, Gary Dean, John Walker, Larry Murray, Tom Sherrick, and Lynn Brown. ROW TWO--Jack Lilly, Edwin Fletch- all, Jerry Nunn, Lynn Whitworth, Alan Quick, Richard Donaldson, Tim Ephland, Raymond Crawford, Joe Olson, and Jim McCann. ROW THREE --Mac I-lornecker, Terry Jadlot, Kem Keithly, Stan Urner, Greg Ogle, Dave Swearingen, Dick Loy, Lyle Catron, Jack Weber, Bill Hasler, and Head Coach Gene Rimmer. i i ,eel "B" TEAM, FRONT ROW--Steve Pyle, Don Brown, Warren Moseley, Mike Ireland, Tim Ephland, Richard Wal- lace, Jack Lilly, Buz Adams, Fred Fowler, Stan Jones, and Lynn Brown. ROW TWO--Terry Jadlot, EdwinFletch- all, Jim McCann, Ronnie Hubbard, Butch Fry, Joe Olson, Mac Hornecker, Larry Malone, Barry Reed, Don Ham- montree, and Coach Dan Clopton. Danny Young Quarterback-Senior 2nd All Star Team ng.: T' ,,, ,, V fa, sig. ,, 1 ,,-fi K . f .. . as I-, V g - it K ., K, 1, 5515 ,-me-VV, sig gala!! 'M K ,gr MTL' M wx f iggff .4 ,A ga 23- T -was ,, :f. 2a2f,,5s4' , T , ,M , y,,, T X , '- 4' ima. ' r '- 2 Q 3 .i.v.,,.. . . ,7 Q rg, 4' ... Z 3? n w 4- ' 4 , -W .0 .... V M . A , q I Dave Sw-earlngen ' j j V End -Senior . Y f rr - by i'ls lst All Star Team fl. O ' , ,. r A f i",,r'i-im F s, V5 9 X-.W ' 'fav ff W NWI" is -1 4 ,ff ,,Lg,,,.,g' F '4., . . 4 , My or fab ? s HEADS OR TAILS? . . . The co-captains and the offi- R - was 4 ,.,f?iii , , . , KM 'f l " cial settle prelrmrnaries before the game gets under ,aa way. 1' 'ii f :Qfi"WT 1' w, f i A g"U 'QW ' L , ffm, M" .ae--3 + ,'4"fa - - , 69 Mac l-Iornecker Guard -Junior Stan Urner Tackle -Senior Honorable Menrion .Tery Nunn C enter-Sopho more Honorable Menrion I5 lll 21 Football Letter Awarded Te enier Jack Weber John Walker Guard -Senior Guard -Senior lack Lilly Terry Iacllot Ta ckle -Sophomore Tackle -Sophomore 70 L1GHTS, CAMERA, ACTION . . Kem Keithly Guard-Senior Lyle Catron End-Senior Bill Hasler Guard-Senior Ric hard Donaldson Halfback-Senior The Tigers expect every man to do his duty. ' A ,. ri,Mii,.L:.,A..,fif 9 - George Hagerman Raymond Crawford Guard -Junior Haifback-Junior 71 Lynn Whitworth Greg Ogle Quarterback-Sophomore Fullback-Senior Alan Quick Tom Sherrick End-Senior I-Ialfback-Senior TRIPLE HEADER5 . . . Leo Jones, Student Manager Richard Carpenter, Assistantg and Howard Jones, Trainer, take a picture break from their duties. Russell Ogle Dick Loy Fullback-Senior End-Senior Honorable Mention Larry Murray Gary Dean Halfback-Junior Halfback-Senior FRESHMAN TEAM, FRONT ROW--Royce Disney, Roger Ewan, Larry Malone, Ronnie Hubbard, Buz Adams, Fred Fowler, Stan Jones, Don Hammontree, and Barry Reed. ROW TWO--Steve Pyle, Jim Spencer, Jim McCann, Mike Merrell, Bill Bowker, Russell Walker, Lynn Brown, Keith Campbell, and Danny Hensley. ROW THREE-- Mike Clark, Earl Caldwell, Joe Olson, Eddie Wade, Ted Weber, Jim Curry, Gordon Talbot, Billy Davis, and Coach Jim Shepherd. Fre hmen and Junior "Higher " Field Team JUNIOR HIGH TEAM, FRONT ROW--Coach Leon Briggs, Bobby Pickens, Bob Williams, Charles Scott, Denny Jad lot, and Bill Giessmann. ROW TWO--Regar Todd, Keith Hammontree, Tommy Haynes, George Current, David Hill, Dick Hovey, Butch Wolfe, David Ephland, B. F. Weir, Steve Grissom, and Gary Van Mater. ROW THREE --Tom Hasler, Lester Remington, Dennis Overton, Jim Hensley, Gary Yurk, Bob Triplett, Bob Nicodemus, Ed Oyer, Karl Range, and Dudley Divine. ROW FOUR- -Ronnie Rasnic, Stan Brittingham, Charles Jadlot, Ricky Shoemaker,Jack Williams, Max Strunk, Harold Chrisenberry, Steve Culbertson, Terry Shepley, Chris Whitehead and Steve Eiffert. ROW FIVE--Joe Loy, Joe Phillips, Mike Haggans, Curtis Trainor, Jim Arthur, Shirold Moore, Ronnie Swan, Jarrel Swan, Jim Barnett, and Stan Knoderer. 1 i Q 34111 '14 a -ee' f F F' 31' ' xi L' 5 ' A' ' . K ' l ., t ' ' ,rf A I A Q A Y I Q I' M' Q vw . K fy . ly I lppl S Af H A m y 'fd J hh , h, av Q " C J ? ' M I ' ' . I t i r. , . 1 , . l , , 4 ,, , W, 145 0 lf" Q ei, 1 Big 9 Conference Has Tough Competition "A" TEAM-Coach Gene Rimmer, CLOCKWISE--Larry Hall, Lyle Catton, Dave Swearingen, Bill I-lasler, Dick Loy, Danny Young, Kem Keithly, Terry ladlot, and Ronnie Mesplay. SEASON'S RECORD Mc Auley Nevada Webb City Nevada Carl junction Nevada Greenfield Nevada Aurora Nevada Greenfield "B" Nevada Dadeville Nevada Mt. Vernon Nevada Lamar Nevada Lamar Nevada Webb City Nevada Neosho Nevada Pleasant Hill Nevada Cassville Nevada El Dorado Nevada Carthage Nevada Pleasant Hill Nevada Butler Nevada Ft. Scott Nevada Monett Nevada Carthage Nevada iiConference games CONFERENCE STANDINGS W L Neosho 7 l Cassville 6 2 Carthage 6 2 Aurora 5 3 Monett 5 3 Mt. Vernon 3 5 NEVADA 2 6 Webb City 2 6 Lamar 0 8 DRIVE HARD!. . . Dick Loy looses his defensive man and maneuvers for a short set shot. evade B's" Gain Tremendous Experience B TEAM FRONT ROW Barry Reed Jim Spencer, Sran Jones, Ronnie Jones, Tim Ephland, and Iery Nunn ROW TWO Mike Merrell Butch Fry Ronnie Hall, Doug Breen, Raymond Crawford, and Coachlim Shepherd SEASON'S RECORD Mindenm ines "A " Walker "A" Greenfield Aurora Mt. Vernon Lamar Lamar Webb City Neosho Pleasant Hill Cassville El Dorado Carthage Pleasant Hill Butler Fort Scott Monett lkConference games 'D Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Eight enior Earn SHARPSHOOTER! . . . Da1myYoung shoots an high jump shot. D ave Sweariugen Danny Young ,,,., , A. no 1-. of I Kem Keithly The Coveted OO 99 Bill Hasler Lyle Carron MACHINES BEHIND THE MEIN--Coach Shepherd, Kizah Shepherd and Coach Rimmer keep their eyes on the play in progress. Drck Loy YHPLQ 1152? Larry Hall Ronme Mesplay 77 Little Eager Join Tiger Rank BLOCK THEM OUT!!! . . . NHS Frosh position themselves for the rebound as Eddie Wade fires a long one. 7TH GRADE-FRONT ROW--Charles Jac11ot,Jerre1 Swan, Steven Sparks, Chris Whitehead,Stan1ey Brittingham, Tommy Hasler, and Alan Olson, ROW TWO--Rodney Lees, Ronald Swan, Jack Williams, Jimmy Barnett, Harold Chrisenberry, Lester Remington, and Coach Leon Briggs. -1... 78 L A Eighth Grader Develop heating Eye 8TH GRADE-FRONT ROW--Tommy Haynes, B.F. Weir, Bob Williams, George Current, David Hill, Gary Yurk, Dick Hovey, and Coach Leon Briggs. ROW TWO--Bob Nicodemus, Sreven Grissom, Denny Iadlor, Edward Oyer, Bill Giessmann, Danny Arnold, Butch Wolfe, and Barney Fisher. 9TH GRADE-FRONT ROW--Jim Mc Cann, Jerry Haggard, Larry Malone, Joe Olson, and Lynn Brown. ROW TWO Tommy Su-asser, Buz Adams, Roger Ewan, Steve Pyle, Ronald Layher, Eddie Wade, and Coach Dan Clopton, +0504 jftuaixkx ,gig 44 QEY A01 I ev A reef 79 Intramurals Spark Ba katball lntara t From january 7 through March 10, twelve basketball teams played their Saturday games. STANDINGS: AMERIC AN LEAGUE Team W L Tigers 8 2 Bobcats 7 3 Gorillas 6 4 Cougars 5 5 Leopards 2 8 Lions 2 8 NATIONAL LEAGUE Team Hawks 9 1 Owls 6 4 Mallards 5 5 Falcons 4 5 Cardinals 6 4 Eagles 2 3 AMERICAN LEAGUE WINNERS, , , FRONT ROW--David Wright, Terry Miller, and John Loomer. ROW TWO--Butch Wolfe, coach, Bob Williams, and Glen Buenning. NATIONAL LEAGUE WINNERS-FRONT ROW--Keith Campbell, David Barton, and Don Brown. ROW TWO--Ronnie Mesplay, coachg Greg Ogle, Don Brown, and Mike Merrell. 80 Tiger Conte t Without Champion Milor W L The largest track squad in N. H. S. had only five r lettermen back this spring. Health reasons side- - :ji X lined Big 9 and State Indoor champion miler, Rich- ard Donaldson. if lig...M0---1 ,-all"--""" 4 5 i LEAPING LOY . . . It's up and over for Dick Loy as he takes the hurdles. STATE CHAMP . . . Danny Young, this spring, broke the state record with his 13 feet 314 inch vault. FRONT ROW--Raymond Crawford,Ronnie Mesplay,Dick Loy,Danny Young Cholding HectorJ,Jack Weber, Ronnie Johns, Ronnie Layher, Mark Willmon, George Hagerman, Glenn Wallace, Tim Ephland, and David Barton. ROW TWO--Dan Haley, Keith Campbell, Harold Gragg, Bill Chapman, Warren Moseley, Jerald Disney, Don Hammontree, Stan Jones, Kelly Bradham, Larry Rose, and Lee Mc Reynolds, Billy Davis. ROW THREE-- Gordon Talbot, Edwin Fletchall, Gene Bullock, Ronnie Hubbard, Gary Knoblauch, Don Brown, Lyllfl Whitworth. Tom Sherrick, Norman Garton, Mike Merrell, Lynn Brown, and Marvin Cummings. ROW FOUR--Mac Hornecker. Barry Reed, Jim Spencer, Buz Adams, Steve Pyle, Ted Weber, Harold Brant, Joe Olson, Eddie Wade, Ronnie Jones, Tom Pettibon, Larry Malone, and Roger Ewan. ROW FIVE--Coach Shepherd, Coach Rimmer, David Dodson, Jim Arnold, Iim Curry, Mike Clark, Jim Mc Cann, Iery Nunn, Leo Jones, Terry Jadlot, and Bill Armstrong. isi s sfhffcffasl, . , a ges ' 55. o - , - ogg: s 7 A ,ia V iv' K1 , ,sr-.NX i x, K j ,, ,Lia to l 1 riff, 7 REQGE x ff5'l ""fl'ms 3,145 so i i , 5 ,, ' 4. ' 7 t . 1 f . '- 'Y -sei i flag, f gi, L - is f . F ,. he in i , t f s, . .ff Q, at ' A " A ' ., ri, ,.. A w ' ' r .i - K V f i 'av 1,3 I . , ' , i Q 1 Ss- I f ' K 1. 1 5, gr X ix r is 3 -. , ' I W 5' 1' it 'fl , ' X - if, i -1 h A' rf! ' 1 V r x t - ' f 4 f ' . 5 ' , ' '3 4 U. f 5 i lx- . S L! 1 '1 It A g x X 4 I fy Q " in if I s I X V 7 A , 'ffm 1 fanfii . i 'i q' Bl W roi Q I ' N ,X ! - ,. 1 I. B, c f' FA, i i r t.: Q AM C , , V S I 1 S If. y . Q it I V Q , v A 'f 'G OL ., -M tv.,-wwiz-aw C-. IA .,... I WK vJJi:3 ,Q H i ' f X - ' , , C LASSES "TIME AGAIN FOR SEPTEMBER SCHOOL SUPPLIES! MRS. ALICE WIGI-IT is ready to sel books, pencils, spirals, notebooks and all those other necessities to SAUNDRA RASNIC, Freshmang IANIE TOUGH, Senior, EDWIN FLETCHALL, Sophomore, and BOB BEAVER, junior. It takes a lot of these to get that mos important piece of paper--the diploma. Counting the class of '61, We can say 5, 539 students have graduated from N.H.S. Seems like Nevadans are like people in Grovers' Corners. They go to college, join the ser- vices, start Working, get married, and then their kids begin the same cycle of life. Some folks are predicting that teaching machines are going to be big things in our education, and I'm inclined to notice that things are get- ting pretty technical. Anyhow, in the year 1960-61, there were 40 human teachers who taught 942 teenagers here in OUR TOWN." .43-,-,Q 82 chool Books Keep 942 l I R , N. . ,,,,,,,..s.g' iA l J 'i 3 H' :g4ki,. ' 'I 9 -..a 'CU ' X w U 'TIE 'Y fi 3 ...f"""""gw -0 QMQ' ff' GRADE CARD TIME AGAIN, , ,Mf5, Virginia Wilhelmson, Registrar and Secretary to the Prim cipal, gets those vital grade cards sorted for dis- tribution to sixth hour classes, Able Atlmini tration Lay l PRIZE PRINCIPAL. . .A prime example l of a top notch principal is Mr. W. Gar- land Keithly. He is a specialist in that all-important necessity- -organization. Thorough planning and clear instructions are strong points in the efficient operation of our high school, and Mr. Keithly is continually Working to improve all phases of the school program. Having been an N. H. S. student himself, our principal has a background which enables him to excel in the duties of operating the Nevada junior-Senior High School. SERVICE TO THEIR COMMUNITY . . . is the motive for the voluntary work performed by the I Board of Education, Shown at a regular monthly meeting are Mr, O,M, Flory, Dr. Standlee Love, Vice-Presidentg Dr. Roy Pearse, Mr. Don Russell, Presidentg Mr. Hubert Fowler, Secretaryg and Mr. George Logan. l 1, 3 ff 1 '1 i Basis For chool "AAA" ADMINISTRATOR. . .Mr. C. H. jones, jr. , Superintendent of the Nevada R-5 School District, performs a never-ending list of tasks to keep school affairs operating smoothly. His optimism and good humor radiate to students and staff members alike. He supervises a system of four ele- mentary schools and one junior-senior high school, and he has the responsi- bility for directing the Work of l32 re- gular employees and the schooling for l, 982 students. Although he has many executive duties, he manages to keep in touch with classroom teaching be- cause he is also th i ' - s X. 1 t e nstructor in chem Ay istry class. s g The big business of education requires many people. Chief among these are the members of the BOARD OF EDUCATION. Long years l of service and interest in education help these men to formulate plans for the continued progress of education in our community. "E" FOR EXPERTS , , , Miss Kleetis Wirth and Mrs. Ruth Weltmer check and recheck lists of figures which are vital ingredients in their daily routines. Mrs. Weltmer, Secretary to Superintendent Jones, is also the Treasurer to the Board of Education. 85 ocial cience And Engli h Provide i of i SOCIAL SCIENCE TEACHERS . . .Mrs. MARIE BUTNER QCiViCsj, Miss GLADYS RADFORD QWorId Historyj, Mr. JAMES PULLEN QSocia1 Sciencesj, and Mrs. MARTHA ARMSTRONG CAmerican History listen as Mrs. SHIRLEY CLAY Librarian discusses the D C J books given in a memorial to Mrs. MARIORIE POHL, former history teacher for nineteen years SOCIAL STUDIES AND LANGUAGE ARTS . . .Classes in the Junior High make full schedules for these teachers: SITTING-- Mrs. LUCILLE QUICK, Mrs. LUCILLE PETTIBON, and Mrs. HELEN BARKELL. STANDING--Mrs. BERNICE TEEL, Mrs. OLGA DAHMER, and Mrs. ADA COLE, wit... 1.14 A TERM IN THE LIBRARY FOR TERM PAPERS . . .Bonnie Smith and Martha Wood search for in- formation for their papers in American History class. Our school library is continuously growing, and in its second year of operation has approximately 3,000 books, 35 magazines, and 8 newspapers. eventeen Unit For Gradution LEARNED LANGUAGE TEACHERS . . .After hear- ing anew record, Mrs. MYRTLE PICKENSQEng1ish I and IIIJ, Mrs. LOUISE CHAPMANfForeign Lan- guagej, Mrs. JUANITA RIMMERQEnglish III and IVJ, and Mrs. FRANCES SCHILLER fEnglish II and IVj, discuss plans for using the record player in class. ewswn DOWN MEXICO WAY . . . A knowledge of Spanish will prove helpful to all who may have Janie Caudell and Har- va Brenner' s opportunity to go "South ofthe Border . " JUNIOR HIGH PLAYWRITING AND ACTING . . .Betty Marlow, Linda Wilson, Sylvia Kelso, and Marylo Lasley give a professional perform- ance of their home-made show for the class. Classes in English and inSocialScience are requirements for all grades except the twelfth. Important areas in Social Science include Civics, Missouri His- tory, Economics, Sociology, Geography, American History, and World History. Weekly papers and field trips keep stu- dents well-informed on current events. English classes concentrate on a work- ing knowledge of grammar, an appre- ciation of literature, and practice in writing. Films and records are tools used often in English classes. Com- munication with others is also a goal in our school. This year ninety-five stu- dents made Spanish or Latin a part of their elective schedule. Junior- enior High ilifer ine MATHEMATICS MASTERS . . .Mr. GERALD REECE Uunior High Mathj, Mrs. VERA ROMBACH QSenior High Mathj, Mr. ALBERT QUICK CSenior High Mathj, and Mr. BILL HAMBLIN Uunior High Mathj make a survey of the Math text- books used in Junior-Senior High School. Since Russia's announcement of Sputnik, Americans have be- come more Math and Science conscious. N.H.S. sharpens minds with courses in General Math, Algebra, Plane and Solid Geometry, Trigonometry, and Advanced Senior Math. Our Science courses, including Gen- eral Science, Biology, Physics, and Chemistry open new hori- zons from anatomy to astrono- my . In our Well-equipped chem istry laboratory, students have over 300 different chemicals a vailable, ranging from salt to platinum, in their 30 exercises they become familiar with beak- ers, glass tubing, condensors, burners, and other scientific equipment. Our curriculum continues to expand to stimulate the minds of future scientists . STATISTICIANS OF THE FUTURE . . General Math students, Jerry Bobbett, Bise, the shapes and volumes of solids 88 Vi I ll Math Courses y . Mr. Quick demonstrates to Io Lynn Comstock, and Gail . .sw . ,, is Lab , Animal , and olar System eed cientists SCIENCE TEACHERS . . . Miss LEATTA JACKSON fGeneralScience and Advanced Biologyj and Mr. GORDON DOOLEY QPhysics and Sciencej watch as Supt. C. H. JONES fChemistryJ demonstrates the generation of gas. T SPACEMEN OF THE FUTURE . . .Mike Haggans g and Nickie Geary study a mobile of the solar system in their seventh grade science class. ANIMAL NUTRITION . . . is studied by Becky Ferry. Ronnie Mesplay, Miss Jackson, and Terry Adam in their quest for knowledge of animal diet. likii Four different Home Econo- mics classes offer units in friendship, grooming, home decoration, careers, foods, clothing, family living, and housing. Foracareerinbusi- ness, our curriculum offers Typing, Business, Bookkeep- ing, Shorthand, Secretarial Practice, and Business Law. These skills are often used in positions before completion of high school by students in C. O. E. HOME ECONOMICS SPECIALISTS . . . Miss MARILYN FORKNER QVOC. Home Ec,J and Mrs. OMEDA ERICKSONfJun- ior High Home Ec.j know that in the Practical Art Build Career ln Home And Bu inass BUSINESS TEACHERS . . .Mrs. GAIL KEITH- LY fCommerceJ, Mr. DES DEHON QCommerce and Drivers' Ed.J, and Mrs. NELL TOLLEfCom- mercej hold a conference with Mr. RAY BEN- NETT QC, O. E. Co-ordinatorj, to discuss abili- ties of students enrolled in their classes ro fill business positions. -ea-4.42 CALCULATING NOVICES . . .Frances Bullock and Lertie Bell learn to use the calculators under the supervision of Mrs. Nell Toile. spring a woman's fancy turns ro fashion. llo lt Your ell" kill Loarnod ln Vocational Art More than 320 students enrolled in classes in the Industrial Arts and Vocational Agriculture departments this year. General Shop, Begin- ning Shop, and Advanced Shop were available to those who scheduled for work in welding, leathercraft, woodwork, metal work and re- lated fields . In the field of agriculture, boys studied modern farming methods in Agricul- ture I, Il, and Ill. This department also branched into the field of adult education this year with night courses in welding. DRAWING BOARD FOR A DOUGH BOARD . . .Linda Shoemaker, second girl in nineteen years to enroll in Mr. Brown's Mechanical Drawing Classes, proves to Tom Bryant that there is a place for women in this field. HANDY AROUND THE HOUSE Clifford Pettibon and Mike Kelley are learning skllls that will be assets at home or in a trade Phy ical Anil Mental Fitness Program PHYS QPhy. fPhy. Ed. J, Missouri high schools include four years of Physical Education. Exer cises, basketball, archery, tumb- ling, deck tennis, volleyball, soft- ball, rope-jumping, hockey, bom- bardment, and track events are all parts of a thorough physical fitness program . The individual health of the student is the concern of the school nurse While health as a sub- ject is studied by Sophomores . Re cords of aptitude, mental abilities, and achievements are the responsi- bility of the counselor, who admini- sters tests to classes from the ninth through the twelfth grades . , ' i W. Q ICAL EDUCATION EXPERTS . . .Coach JIM SHEPHERD Ed., Biology, and Drivers' Ed. j, Mrs. RUTH VINCENT Ed.j, and Coach DAN CLOPTON QPhy. Ed. and Drivers' make an inventory of the gym equipment PHYSICAL AND MENTAL FITNESS . . . are the specialities of Mrs. GERALDINE ROWTON QSchool Nursej, Mr. GENE RIMMER fHead Coach and Coun- selorj, and Mr. WAYNE REED fHealth Instructorj. UPSIE DAISY . . .Cathy McCain demonstrates the art of a somersault to her Physical Education class. 92 Join With Goal 0i Fine Art An evaluation of the offerings at N.H.S. reveals that out cur- riculum has a place for culture . Worthwhile drama, classical vocal and instrumental music, and creative art are additions to the life of the high school graduate. Art, Vocal Music, Band, Speech, and Dramatics are courses which students en- joy selecting to fulfill their fine arts requirements . FINE ARTS PROMOTERS. . .MR. ROBERT LITLE Qlnstrumental Musicj, Mrs. MYRLE FRASER fArtJ, Miss CAROL GOETZ QVocal Musicj, and Mr. RUS- SELL CARTER QSpeechj, discuss "Carou- sel, " presented May 3-6 as a jolntvent- ure of the fine arts departments. ARTISTS' SHOWCASE . . .Sandra Bales and Mac Hornecker arrange examples of students' creative work. MLLsrllLL1LnLm gg up fx 5. S F' "Ms- X . sei neat- ' 5 i, , nsmw fa., Ui iii T13-Wk FEMA 94: 11 Fffsfiif SS ui LET'S PUT SOME LIGHT ON THE SUBJECT . . .ls advice given to Gary Moore by Ray Maxwell in a lesson in the operation of the light controls. i 5 - r 1? Terry Adam Dianne Adams Barbara Armstrong David Baird Larry Balk Nancy Barker EACH ONE PICK ONEQ WHICH ONE WILL WIN? . . . Senior Class Officers Dave Swearingen, Presidentg Nancy Brown, Treasurerg La Mae Neas, Vice-Presidentg and Counselor Mr. Rimmer unite good n tastes to choose three announcements, a n 9 Sara Lou Kapple, Secretary, is notpictured. Jean Barone Judy Bastow Don Beisly an Lettie Bell Ed Berndt Charleen Bley Bob Bloom Truman Bobberr Don Brown Nancy Brown z y Torn Bryant Frances Bullock Don Burnett Paul Burnham r r a, -H Charles Carmack X., 214 Y 5 -A fi g 1 ' A M . Q V Q43 ' "ur ' 5 f fi Q fi! 255 fr-ff :F-c Ag' is ia? My F E? if jg? , 5 94 Connie Cash Lyle Catton Janie Caudell Connie Coale Charles Colton Geraldine Cowan Pat Cruse Denny David Gary Dean Jack Demaree Dennis Disney Richard Donaldson ln Book , In People, In Life." 'L' Karen Emery Marilyn Fairchild Ellen Fisher Donna Fisk Mary M. Foster Carol Frazier Gary Fryer Rita Gehrs Lauretta Giger Jerry Gragg Larry Hall Clifton Hargrove Bill Hasler Connie Havens Ruth Henry Wea we-"' K Arline Higgins Helen Hinkle Jerry Hoffman I oy Hogan Jerry Holcomb Carol Holland Joyce Holland Gaye Howell Eugene Howington Beverly Hucka by Susie Johnson Terry Johnson After 3 Year ln Our ew Building. Graduate Carolyn Jones Howard Jones Kay Jones Linda Jones Sara Lou Kapple Sharon F. Kegerries Kem Keithly Everett Kenney Wanda Koontz Shirley Koopmann Judy W. Kovacks Suzan Kraft Daryl Lamb Kendall Lawrence Wesley Lincoln 2 1? I TY fy- 5 x .,rr r ., la, U fav . . .135:f, Se?f'V,e .H L-Y ea fr 123 . Q vu., gs Q A We , 3 A sw- "E , A V H 6 2 15 f ar' gg R ,. nfs QQQ531 if, ,4L . , fiiiqkf , A -xilftrs sk "ite , y, eg ":vzf , se' . uw us ae, fr . ew ,I at ' V1 I mn A EQ, 'W f W - fx- YQ, YTZTIQ'-7423 K f W 1 sr -sz f, , 4. fre, ,s . fu: .Y M- 4-5 Y I if r , eq K. 'Keg " 'lik' if 1 K F' ' -.V , ,LL,, P. gg Dick Loy Frank Lukeubill Torn McAllister Cathy C. McCain Dwight McCormack Don McIntosh Leave "The Fe tering Mother M I .Sv Q- ...HN ffiilfy' Q 5 NK -nys' ,-:gp wma 1 Y .,..-s THERE'S MORE TO MAKING MONEY THAN MEETS THE EYE . . .Larry Balk, Janie Caudell, and Marie Merritt discover under the surveillance of Mr. Bennett. 0i The e Ideal Kay McKenzie Ennis McLean Marie Merritt Ronnie Mesplay Lynd Mische Joy Mitchum va-' Q Ronnie Morris , Harold Neas R 5 La Mae Neas Greg Ogle Russell Ogle Richard Parrish Richard Pent Paul Perrin Richard Perrin nav' 97 John Perry Sandra Peter Sharon M. Peters Jack Pettibon Lonnie Polk Dottie Pryor Sally Quarton Susan Quarton Alan Quick Bob Ratterree g ' .Q , r M. , 5 , M Future ln Adult World Will Bring College Elizabeth Reminton Ann Richardson Don Richardson Lutie Richey Gary Roberts Billie Robinson Larry Sheeks Tom Sherrick Harold Shumaker Nadine Shutters Bonnie Sikes Wilma Simpson Nancy Smith Joe Spencer SW!! 13353 air ,wt by .aw 5'4" 'filf' X Military Pat Trainor Janet Urner Stan Urner Gene Vandenburg Charles Walker John Walker Glen Wallace Peggy Wastell Jack Weber Terry Welsch Harry Williams Lillie Winscott Carolyn Wise Carol Woods Danny Young . 15535 -- f Q5 aww Q 55? r rfsai -Q!" Stand -Lee Spencer Joan Starr David Steele Marlene Steve Linda Stewart Dave Swearingen Pat Thompson Waneta Thompson Janie Tough Iacquie Trainor erviee, Marriage, And Bu iness Career lam, ISF ss ai-afar r 4 R !1fVj S sa a n "rv .. at rsl A r S 99 'E S urns Lip W -H 'iw Joyce Ames Carol Anderson Owen Andrews Bill Armstrong Jim Arnold Marry Ayers Bob Beaver Barbara Beisly f t - . i '- 3 Janice Beisley Leah Bloesser A Arfr f , De Vere Bobbett A 1 ,, It Harold Brant r z . .,- 4 Z' - 4' tr, r .:1. : ' Z? ,,,:: , Beth Brown I , , , , Bill Brown , Shirley Carpenter , Ruby Cartwright Vr- ,g ' ,, L ,l , Betty Clark 1 rj if Mike Cleveland U B Fifi e ff! Asa'- 'fa if ,few K flgggfgagig Junior 'Za 5 ,E B6 , ,,t, 'V,,, , r 3 1 " . , V r. s,, 1, 5 5 M mm 5 A C E g' Q, 11223, an dam f 2 l 1 -2 it . . .. ,r 2. ws, . ,..,, Q f- fl? ,EFS Y , , 11,5 ,, i,,f,,, in ,. LF wr 23, 'iff 2155 as stilstt , vw X 5 ffl I K K ,VX PROM PLANS . . . are being discussed by Junior class officers Raymond Crawford, Presidentg Becky Ferry, Treasurer, Sue Ann l-larpold, Secretary, Bill Brown, Vice-Presidentg and Mrs. Rombach, Class Sponsor. '27 if ' 5"fQ, 5, J ...Q C .sti ililfliaf , , r,,,,, i tx, 100 New f i gn if Tag 1 " 3,3 gf ' - if Q 3-'Q J My V -- 3 ':-far in J U sa f l xg :", . 'mg 'fi-'S' ,J is are J F F...-1' l "" A . Ji ks. I if "' I Q if 1 'CITY 'Y' ar gk . sz: IC M '9 'F' ix A fl zq: g... W' :-. v": ,'- - 'K D K i i 55 "-Z' if fl?" ffi, f F C 9 a W '? 'K N also ravi ff- ima L xv in J' ' 'wfff er f,i ,gy as 5 ir tv ' , , I up in N, Eb J Rss! ,ax - new rw 'sr 1675. bg 1 ,X 14 f F f fi F 35 gg" F 53: Q- in rj' if-V' ,5 K K ,X 1 l J Ng" J gp L 'Q M Q' '7-i"""1 F .,-J - iffuff 3: e:,v.f'S-T5 ,Q as ' my V Q 10 J 'Ark , if .f we - 3 e , . 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Brack Davis Steve Diggins David Dodson Frances Dove Mary Drury Karen Eslinger Bob Fairbanks Mary Ann Ferguson Becky Ferry Larry Franks Peggy Fuller Norman Garton Judy Grace George Hagerman Virginia Haggard Ronnie Hall Elaine Harper Melva Harper Sue Ann Harpold David Harris Linda Haynes Herman Hendrix Dale Herren Mac Hornecker Sharon Howell Vernon Howery Mike Ireland Paul Jadlow Ronnie Johns Dale Johnston Bill Jones Lynda Julian Kay Kafer Connie Kelso Donald Kenney Dale Koopman June La Due John La Guire Janer Lasley Roy Lasley Homer Lawrence Don Leavell Carol Little Kathy Long William Love Ray Maxwell Sandra Mc Cormack Betsey Mc Dermott Robert Milford Gene Mitchem Larry Moore Virginia Moran Larry Murray John Musick Sue Neas Sue Nelander Thayne Nordyke Pat Nutt Johnny Ogle Kay Overmari Ricky Owen Bobby Oyer Lorrie Oyer Donna Payne Pat Perkins Gary Peters Clifford Pertibon Richard Pettibon Sue Philbrick Charles Phillips Tony Pike Gus Prather Mary Lou Ragan Cheryl Ralston Sharon Ramsey Richard Rapp Mike Reed Harry Rhoades Mary Ann Riggs Johnny Robinson Gary Rodieck Donna Rogers a'- ' 'ELPH ' w if fw Q A QV ,,., L L L L I L r wwzle f A Jw 'xi ' :L :UL-93 LL WL ax L .wil Si! 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'- L Jil if' ya Q15 4 , Mary Beth Runyon ,N ,ag I - ' Linda Scott R 'VF' 'G si Q Curt Seem an L -.J Becky Shafer f fiat? la Jim Shaw Stanley Shepard Jim Sheridan Margaret Sheridan Linda Shoemaker Pat Shrewsbury Ronnie Shutters Q. 1 :wb ff 5 L Q J J ag' 3 R tisil 'SIT Ni- ,Q , Lo :rfs V' 55 L 'fra figs 1 102 . L JN 'EF' "RAIN, RAIN GO AWAY . . . so we can go out and play" is the theme of hockey players Joyce Ames, Mary Beth Runyon, Linda Haynes, Kay Overman, Sharon Howell, and Shirley Carpenter. ii it 'J' -at , ,Q Q' I 1 0 1 13' Q , S, rf ,KW '-'ii x Ax Ni fa, I f X fig? tr is rf ef' fi 3, it u ...A is 1 .yfg,lV:. ,,.w. ffiwfs " dm' as W t I s Q' 1, , I 4 ,ss st ' fin .wif k 'ex 5 .-ffl?:.' ' ,111 4 .f, ut, J ,Q x fan- X, gt sk st: new . 32 ...-:-, Wg' 'S' , M4 103 Junior Bonnie Smith John Smith Joyce Smith Harry Snowden Ann Swearingen Kathy Vieth Rosemary Watson Danny Weber Louise Whalan Nancy White Sheldon Wight Martha Wood Phyllis Wood Mary Woodfill Tom Woolverton Buddy Wright Carol Zilliox mmf' V , 134 DECISIONS, DECISIONS, DECISIONS . . . Lynn Whitworth, Presidentg Randy Fine, Vice- Presidentg Sharon Dodson, Treasurerg and Linda Charles, Secretary, give many suggestions to Miss Jackson, Sponsor, while discussing the an- nual Sophomore party. ophomore Donald B elc her Donald Adams Terry Adams Suzanne Armitage Lana Baldwin Sandra Bales Shirley Barker David Barton Larry Beisley Donna Beisly ,ff N use V V VV ..-: V F5 r 'Riga J imm a ' as 'ZS' 1' Z all Qi 5 -fs ,.,,-W, Mary Bennett ' ' Margaret Bohrn I V X VV Bobby Bowen 'W' as Duane Bowen sf? II' Q mf- V ik Doug Breen ,f-,AV A Barbara Brittingham gy V , VSV VV . 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L ., Q, . it , I 'D if 1 iii, M zzg, , fig ,,.. VI' sf:-W: X fr- ki , j if - . , Ag, f It F A W' ., Nl 5V Q, 'ix . if? !,,,l 'Q Q5 ' ,, .J I ' fi Q ar 4 .Q 4 Q, ' 4' 11:05 """' . 'L' A' ' . -H Ab if K Q 1 rf.. J W , , E. , 1 5 1 9 kms? ,,, 1 , E. ' 1 4 ra , r r Sue Dunfield Leroy Earll Esther Elliott Janice Elsworth Tim Ephland Bill Farnham Loyd Fen ton Randy Fine Edwin Fletchall Glenna Fox Amos Frazier Sharon Frazier Butch Fry Wayne Fryer Jonet Gallagher Elizabeth Gardner Warren Gast Warren Glimpse Carol Gose Janet Grace Polly Gragg Thomas Hackleman James Hackney Danny Haley Janet Harmon Susan Harper Gary Headley Janice Heitz PUT IT BACK! YOU CAN'T LIVE WITHOUT A LIVER . . . says Mr. Reed, health instructor, as Mike Kelly points out the parts of the body ya f I VVVV I - ' - . A I . sw as: Q, , W, J' 1' ' ,sn na 1 gg, it . I N .4 " Q. i'J ' Q , ' ' ' af' im g L, l , Qllf. 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' EVCW11 Leeds' .3 V H Q., :.:- a 5 if ' 'f " 'L 'vz , Q, , ,., sr- W, ff -J '1-1 M' in My ffl, JU "" if f? ' ' , M k L 1 . A . y ac eg eiter - Gregory Leonard q V - i -: , Jack Lilly 5 . , . , Wilson Liter nf- 3 John Loane AV 544 lyxly' A ' De Wayne Loomer A N 1. 1- -- 5 43 Loretta Lyon i Myra Marshall y V - Sharon McDaniel gg. A gf, , Susie MCG ehee 2 V' E 1 is ,X -M M :'.. ,l,, Lee McReynolds X A ' f f if yy- Sharon Milford 'WJ' J f Vr ' ' ' lr Bennett Miller Warren Moseley A Carolyn Murray A I V , , Jim Murray A ' . , , P V J ery Nunn 4572 ,zgfq 'L' Q Y V7 V aw! '- l . G ,P 221-QQ ,gg Leona Olson fx- - jj, 42 gy - 1' L, . Marybelle Overton , V" s','i' - James Perrin f ii, V - P2 PQ M41 W ' '--- ff " X A Phyllis Pettibon M W A Thomas Pilcher W' ., A i , y I Standlee Pippin - L 'L P . 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V' A Y 1:5 ,i x - 1 J I as , Es f 1 , i i i r as . Carmen Tillery Judy Tough W -J Danny Tucker M J L Duane Vaughn he K Af. ' , 5 3 ,W K -R ' - Helen Walker , x gr, , ff i I ,fwfr n 1 y 1 , my K I t ' ,'..,,. , , ng ' 'BJP ' A Carol Wallace Richard Wallace , K Larry Ware , ' r J B y Dick Webb kv f QA is my 3 - ' Mary Webster if t ,A fy it ,: its I Y 1 In , I: Qi., r... ' I V, - V' - v H as 5 . .lik ' f E jg s - , Terri' W?hmeYef I FOUND IT! . . . James Russell points out the 'li LYUU Whgwofth Yantze River to world history classmates, Joyce jg., N A Judy Wllllams Richardson and Duane Vaughn. it an 'J' A J Terry Williamson Sam Winter X Elizabeth Winters L X W iz 'J . I J 5' Q 'V-'ig 5 .fri L f ' , -:-: K s an ws Y' 5 5 9 'S' L -'V , L 'W 'I' f a dig -if .. ' 4 ' . is 4 ' .- 'Ep i 'W Y AE 1-.. V in df.. 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' M , iill" t :'- -1: . wifi tsiistss ' C W it A .. a-. 9' at za . i ff .: - ar 'F ' , ,,,' 1 '- - 4- M, or , :Ett , W C A ,,. L L f ,lrt P in., .fr 'C 's ' ' 5 Qi. . F ' 5- - 4 iii NS H r . J Y f l by ff 5. 1 A' 'zzz y an l vf... if , at N ,.le 1 . W is - ,L ,i. , -'.-, E r , w.rs?1g7,,, f i " - , R 3 Q r- f' ,fff lm-L , VFW . 'fs Q . f- . , 1 j Q 'asv V3 'W A , X g Q .Q ' r yt E .,-4 . K '- Emi? ff' is- 1 ,, Linda Fellows Eva Fletcher Fred Fowler Allen Fox Sharron Franz Richard Frazier Elaine Fuller Varian Garton Elvin Giger Connie Grace Harold Gragg Larry Hackleman 109 -ff A an MENU MANAGERS . . . Food is the big question before the Freshman executive officers as Mrs. Butner, Sponsorg Dana Legan, Secretaryg Fred Fowler, Vice- Presidentg Judy Bell, Presidentg and Sheryl Bryant, Treasurer, List students favorite foods. " '45 WI i r an PROBLEMS, PROBLEMS, PROBLEMS . . . Serious-mindedFreshmen stretch their brains in tough algebra test. Jerry Haggard Don Hammontree Kathy Harlow Rosemary Harpel Paula Harper Gerry Hendrix Danny Hensley Danny Hogan Marilyn Hogan Claudia Howell Ronald Hubbard Wayne Jackson - 2 . S r st, L l E ' mf' s all - ' X iii I S x x 2 L :Hm4aA,'xfiieaJ si aa ff E. lg' H .ryt , Q 1 Hs. 5 , 1 , 22 3 It A --gr fri x 'fi . - . d ' if L , V . Z' ,i .1 ' P-'11, Q, 9 '-., ff -..k , R - Q" . . js, ' - ' gb' Va W Q,-. if.- ':'r' Y if 'JS' K' NL- wa' V f 4.65 .A rf 1, 1 .K H . r -+ I 3 311, - MM . if Q 110 -eu., tty " E ' S f . , . V it W 3: .. frrr viz Q Virginia Johnson Stan Jones Sonja Judy Emory Kiger Mike Kimberlin Pat Koehler Clint Kraft Sammy La Due Beverly Lamb William Lank Dicky Lawrence Ronnie Layher Dana Legan Don Lowry Margie Lukenbill Larry Malone Marsha Martin Gary McAllister Sue Ellen McCall Jim McCann Maryann McKay Denny McKenzie Ann McNeece Lewis Mell V A Mike Merrell " "": ' H M Wanda Mlitchem V l K A J A ,Q i e Kenny Mitchum - , 'fix W ' 'vt .K " 'H Karen Mitts V A -5 - A li 'n'1 """"' Z Ami 5 t .. L ,o .ff 1 Gary Moore Bennie Nall Karen Neimeyer Arthur Null Joe Olson f l Shirley Orr ' ff 1 Tommy O'Toole A W .W Q" 1- ,. , .ff 9'-'Z 1 91 .-... 3 3 W Y' p is -A K if F 'un 'E' r 1 r A 1 V ' r, rl Vicki Pettibon Janet Phelps Martha Phipps Dewey Piotrowski Fre hmen James Pippin Patricia Place Steve Pyle Linda Quackgubugh lates Johnny Baker as he speaks to the Civ ics class. GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, AND FOR THE PEOPLE . . . re- Donna Pascoe ,L Cheryl Payne J Karolyn Perkins 9, Rosemary Perrin rf., ,'.V' f A P Laura Peters "" ,. nz. If ' ,. " - ,, X P Carolyn Pettibon L ' Larry Pertibon 'ff Martha Pettibon 'L ni Peggy Pettibon 4 ' - ia? Tom Pettibon v u U 'R i ' A ,.,p i K if I 5 I S rssi ,t,V i L A I it i ,M 'P , ,. Q Q p fi.. I! 1 . f-Sw in , Q uv- X 8 Nancy Quarton Mary Rackley Leroy Rainey Carol Rapp 111 Fre hmen Jim Rasmussen Saundra Rasnic Deanna Ratterree Barry Reed Franklin Rhoades Patty Rimrner Darrell Robison Martha Roush Stephanie Schwenck Sandra Scism Fay Scott Gary Shindler Janice Shipp Bonnie Shopper Gloria Shopper James Simmons Margie Smith Patricia Smith Stanley Soukup Jim Spencer Vern Spencer Elizabeth Stephens Helen Ann Streich Madge Sw earingen Gordon Talbott Betty Taylor Judy Thomas Charlotte Thompson Cynthia Thompson Barbara Tillery Sharon Troegle Maude Trosper Louis Troyer Russell Underwood Eddie Wade Margaret Wait Russell Walker Fred Weber Ted Weber Eva Wehmeyer Jeanne Welsch Vicky White Mark Willmon Marshall Wood June Woods Esther Wooldridge Patrick Wyatt Billy Yordy Bobby Young . :L ., . 8,4995 E Q 'Si ,fs -r ,,kk i 57 P - V , - , 'f-: '. rf' iam A plz Vy . , tg, it , liar J 3 , T S ,Q Q T T-'34 Q -a s r Q . ' I r i -fz rzg ly, Ei rf? 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Martha Dailey, Vice-Presidentg Bob Nicodemus, Presidentg Mrs. Dahmer, Sponsorg Pat ireland, Treasurerg and Norma Palor, Secretary, plan activi- ties for the coming year. Eighth Grade ' " '. jen A ,S s C C 1 ' ,Q I. ' L ' :ii ' --4- -. ' K ,. ' t '. 2 -- J A A " '-If f -Ft tr ,ri .:,- bm K. It v-:: -I A . H I In Q H gr, m y A , ,xi J ,J - i. fi .,,:f, X ., V ..4 ld' ,, ., J . l p is I N ww. I ,M-Z ::: QEE, L, I Q .. : 5 .,W5r Q - ?r55 V ? gg V, V Q in A ' '1': . '- .. V Q Q, 5 5. :N ' , I ' - , 5 W -f, r W f .az . I- A ,.t.r-' ' 2 5- - Q , i, 'U' V i' V' : frf 5 i t I ..:' H I S 1 q Q " 'J "'-- r--r- rty V I -v f' gg'tj"', W- - " ' "" i L he M rr' Mimi " 7' , f 3 , ' A , 5 113 Tommy Bound Carleta Bowen Jonie Bowers Robert Brant James Breiner Don Brown Maxine Brundidge Donna Bruns J Glen Buenning Janie Bunker Kenneth Butterfield Patricia Callahan Leslie Campbell Aletta Carpenter Johnny Cartwright Linda Cartwright Nancy Caudell Bill Caylor Tommy Chandler Linda Clark Chris Coffman f i Q J 3 ' krh, aff, iff 1 -,,. - i V r. vgf ' V - t U 7 YI ' A gk - 4. ., .. 'S-fa. : I ,, J .. " 7 5, 4 2 ' 5w.,,m w . A ' , Q 'F 4. L ' , ,, s X 5, 4 1 ""' X , . , I ., V, ia ,ri sig, - -.ai ,KU-' .gg ., ne, 3 , -3 I J ' -p g,-ip Ni: We ir 2 1 Q9 I ' K' f 'J 4 . , at 2 f :va .ff-1 a f' . 4:-, 4 Li ,? i . V it W yi P7?fik7'i,,. 1 M ' 5 .,LL 3 ?1m:fa5,E5az m...,? E r, :.,1,fzzi3g:' sz, ,gui J , J - ewaQ,waQh X awntiiwae ,.i' "'Q-" - gg. or READY, AIM, FIRE . . . Connie Tow, Reggie Finders Barney Fisher Mary Flaten Johnny Flynn Marcia Rimmer, and Mary Jo Lasley beam as they check the bull's-eye. Howard G ast Bill Giessmann Judy Gordon Charlie Gossett Jam es Gresham Steven Grissom Connie Groves Donna Haley 114 EQ! . aa, -5 X" --,W . .,,w, , ,N , , ,, iii. ' . lag - ieif,,-'mas' f -mf wa-fi ,.i 3 a ay , 'J i f in . if Q as ,P fs Q i 241 in Y 1 5 4 i as .2 sw in 13?aiU'i,ig,, 'ilifzf 255, Jerry Colton Bill Crawford George Current Vicki Curtis Sue Dahmer Martha Dailey John Dalton Gary Davis Dudley Divine Gerald Dobyns Dianna Dougherty Okey Dubray Linda Dukes John Dunaway Norma Duncan V Q David Ephland Carolyn Erickson A , Toni Estes tai: ii: 'v 1 -'fr in - . - il AV ,H Colin Fairchild iiii it Norma F alor 1g?"g"'?', 1' Joe Finders .,-,' V' A : - L iet, , F , . ,,:. ,r .I A in , .JMS-1 . . I LAL 5? f ' L- L 4' 4' ' ' K 1 J ' ' Y 'wi'-J 'Ili ' E154 , ,' ' av ' A1 K , Zi ,C it ,A kb Qgaaaa 5VL'w N? ta? 3 x WWW' nf r J, . s , ., ,X ,. 2 is gf .kgwi .ialf Nami? mi , 1-.:"':' it H'-'V :, 'I f 3 39" Y HH -W V: A ,I 5 as 4, , in ,555 I JR' J if 3 I 5252555 " - fi' M" "' ' L, ,::, """ N LA ,Lf ,fb"'r V in Wav si , iw 'uni' 'M Gene Haliburton Keith Ham montree Barbara Haner Larry Harper Lu Greta Harper Ronnie l-larpold Sharon Hayes Tommy Haynes Carol Hendrix Linda Heryford Larry Hiesrand Dave Hill X is M, 11' T , . ,- . ,, , N 4 x if ' vm I N ..a. -I af U' Q 1, Q 2 1 ag qv Wm- f if 1 H.. V een. M.. '2Q'f I W 8 A sa I I ' r ' L . "'r"r 4 ' 'E" Q ra E ' K A ""Ig1i.-, r,r ' A fi' K K pa 'few ff- ff"ix-'K 1 ' I I Tr X' 115 SYMPHONY IN MINIATURE . . . Janie Bunker, Marjorie Kloiz, Harold Phil- lips, and Gerald Dobyns oversee the position ofthe players. Eighth Grade Linda Hill Vicki Hoeper Joe Hogan Vicki Holmes Jim Hopkins Dick Hovey Glenda Hulse Pat Ireland Glenda Jackson Denny Iadlot Connie Johnson Kelly Jones Sylvia Kelso Karen King Vickie King Marjorie Klotz Marvin Klotz Larry Knoblauch Mary Jo Lasley Belvin Legleiter Eugene Liglitner P lv I ,tl E + I as E H '-h.A I f f " , 7 3,,r ,h :f. , U , 5 f f. .6 X 1.., .Sv Ilz is H VA N LV 'Fx 4. 51' I . ' W Q ,gg rt, fi' ,V -r i it ' V 2-i .. , 'V ' ., 55 : , xhgy f y . ,,:' f E , Ali ,Sri W ':- 1 I K Q ,,'. .,.: 5 it - - Eighth Grade Frank McGrath David McVey Atdis McVicker Lafayette Mell Cathie Miller Linda Miller Terry Miller Pamela Mitchell Charles Mitchem Jerry Moore Morris Mulkins Buddy Murphy Jo Ann Newsom Bob Nicodemus Charlotte Norwood Edward Oyer Theresa Payne Linda Peterson Pamala Peterson Harold Phillips Bob Pickens I :- if at I Buddy Lilly Connie Locke Ronda Longstreth John Loomer Charlotte Lyon Marsha Madill Le Roy Mahan James Manes Betty Marlow Eddie Marquardt George McCormick Regina McDermott A ,x .A X' . - kt nf' "I 'Q A -P , .Wff x""? ' E f, 3 in V' In .-Q, I 4 P . A 'Ney I I MINIMUM ESSENTIALS . . . Karen Pres ton dictates as Linda Hill diagrams a me EIII., I . 4. in It t yn ky il tytttt R .. .I fs U ,- fe A L l ti' nw , Av t . .. . I ,V 0 I ' i f , 2 , . A I P L I .. I f 'Q 2 , i i ' I I my I ' L . ,salt ,m 116 ar 4 1' as .. ., ,, sz Q v E nr I wa, SS 'V' -dll 5' 1 " be 1 ,wif 5 " ' I ,E I-S 'qui 1 t Karen Preston Bob Pryor Edith Pulliam Linda Pursley Io Anne Rabon Karl Range Janice Rapp Mary Rhyne Frankie Richmond Marcia Rimmer Ralph Roby Cheryl Schnedler Ray Dean Scism Charles Scott Vernon Shaw Marcia Shearer Sharon Sheets Terry Shepley Ralph Shumaker Donnell Shutters Carol Sieberns Gary Smith Tony Sprague Bill Stanford Kent Sterrett William Stevenson Dave Stone Steve Struke Susan Swager Regar Todd Connie Tow Bob Triplett Larry Tucker Gary Van Mater Rosemary Waldeis Jackie Wales B. F. Weir Jerry Wellington Gary West Joe Whisler Bob Williams Elaine Williams Linda Wilson Butch Wolfe Gary Yurk sss 'f-we 'fi X . ... i il 'LT- ii is W 1 s in Y S, ff' '23 . . ,,. ,M- r , f't"L w Qs-waigix Eirimlfiif 'f ' Q B -Hr f so , j r -' W if ii fi we - .it I ,Q i 5 'f ,,- 8 9 r Q' is 'sr 5,1 , - ,,,..,e,?z:,gnf-A-1' . 1 e ,V My Q' can i m fs- Hhfh,fbww if 95726. t Xff i S it g 7 Q T' ,s 5,- x WJ f ,, is 5'-I 'jf S l g I - -ff: ' f 'Q naffi ,iw iigal si i hi -G' ? 1, QQQiQ,i -- - I " .1 is , . 'fra .tif Q asi Xksw Q an oi , 3- P ' 1 ,A-sw fx N 'B 116 fd! Q1 . - as liis if ' -vis wfg S JH ,ss - f, ,fxx Q si , 7 tp KI- 8 sais? iqfgakdass ,WT , N . . ':,' 1 ::.: , , M -' 5 , ' . 2 -5 N -:s . Y 'Q T. S ' ,. Q .. -4' is S' , ii 1 19" . . n'flP,"5!Af f E35 'fax V I 3 'f N 5 ish f iw N B S My b.., :L ' ' f, 117 Q X 'T f A A J X -. E 5 5 PW- Ap e 'vii Tix-T. ' 'ti gfffiiif s 1 X , -1-it J-1' 'I-52,1 i .22 55.1.3 ' Q, l5t,'xWr tsttr X In -- We -1: Xxx' S sigh i ffl . ah A rn LITTLE LEADERS . . . Judy Fletchall, Vice- Presidentg Steve Howell, Presidentg and Scotty McClain, Secretary, check on business matters between classes with Mrs. Teel, Sponsor. a 1 Barbara Adams W X Bob Adams ' A z ' Franklin Agee ' ,.- , I 5 . f t iff , 7 r s sf iim "iz - aral aa a Linda Alexander Larry Allen Nancy Armstrong V V E Tlgiggi M R ,... t 'E A r Q 1 553 7 V, 5 want ill' l aw if 'x Z ' , If Z is 'L' Bi a 4 W . W- . . ' A ll Via if f s, ,jo ago? at in - r i ' iw .tv J, L www 'ekl 1 ik? W ,,' QF ' Q Helen Arnold James Arthur Homer Baker . ' z. 1 ' -H V LV M our fri .5 1: Judy Baker aw 62" Q 2 iw, rf f as i mg Y tg Q as 4 we W ,gt tg! it sat P r 1 it ,, f ,wi E,.E!.... f .EKG . 4 ' ff:- QQ lg f-.."'F1. 3 ' Kr 'W' aatf i ,, r. Rusty Baker 52 imm Barnett L - I Y xtwi g,lQwl tsl, 1 in-1 i 4 , if wiEEi w J im Bastow if Kerry Baucom ' to Craig Beeman ia ' - t I Q K . ggngils glearcirnore gff kl Q ' V ggi' Hannah Brawner V - - s Stanley Brittingham l i l L X K . 9' f. - xx 'ff I X gy M l Q V 4 lg' ix W . , S ja A if P9 3 Roy Brown , P - Wanda Brown -Y I 4 Sharon Burnham l ' '95 , V V i L t' Delores Carmack ' 5- C I Linda Carroll H if :fe Q A 'V -a'- f L .H . W X g 5.-X Harold Chrisenberry ' jf ' A ll '1-'L ""' Billie Clark 4 .. , f , lf :,- L I K V....::,. l ,waz , -S :" U. t 531 ,ffij ' K 'frimfi ' W fmt s ??2EQ5 H::,'f Qasafits 1 ETYTT Bryant Cochran Joanna Crawford ' , l my H Marilyn Cruce ' . M , . I t 'l' l, l Steve Culbertson h r , A N a 1' -,ls Q25 , -'L to f l - Q L was s -t it ' C -is P r 7 DHVU5 CUNY Q M ... "A f M Q? ts.-E. "' Coby Curtis an L L E , V.-,Nd , Scotty Doolin to l S B S A at X it tv r,r, , A V V, , t ' -. M - ' 'i': ' ll E -i' . . 118 Louie Dulier Bob Dunaway Mike Duncan James Dye Jean Edwards Steve Eiffert Sharon Elliorr David Ewan Nancy Falor Ronald l armer Sheryl Feeback Judy lfletchall John Gairher Nickie Geary Mike Haggans James Harper Carol Harpold Tom Hasler Kathy Hayes Berre Hendrix Jim Hendrix BIG BUILDERS . . . Ralph Klu1T1DD, Mike Wil- liams, and Mike Marlatt, prepare for a busy hour 4...a JH ff , t s -V Q ,i,rs,jA if - ,' - i':. " h ' '- V , .,i , I m y m, for 3, J E sssir Q W i f ii fwi ir :4,,' Jkf 5 :. ,:,.- K r ,Dfw H l,.V I A Mig . , fr . , ,g g- , We A rf 'gfsswffw m f A f' J fLr-,'iV P' t A J as v- J' lf, - is , , -A-ag., , H .i if a ll ,.., kj 1 ' ,,,. H., . " f' f 5-as riiii --H . .ameri f b' 2' ,vm . I " P A 1. avg are .E , 1-EQEIYJQ ,,ra f M anim . ,Ll 1 A ,L .z. If Q - 'G Jimmy Hensley , Hi" J Billie Herren ' Y L,"i'. Donna Hoover - ' Q ' ' . . V' .-" v. 'E I Avr' 'xiii pil ill 5 'G X Leland Householder Steve Howell - is Charles Jadlot , Q - -iv , 3. . ' :' as ,...- ,E H - f A Mike Jenkins K Ronnie Jennings h Carol Johnson as r' 5, , S7 is 135 JY J 'ILV' 1 -mon gs, ...Exe f J 5 324 35 J iw 'QS' Hy, ' Y .V ..s,A A k ffft' -W s il , -i , ' Jw I 2 ive p I ss- " s ' ' Q- i J ' fl! ra I V Judy Johnson Annabelle Jones Lawrence Killion 1? :J 5' F at if 'Y J it J t uf lu. swam .5 W Q., , 'L' 'ff L , , - ,wx Jig ug fw gg . ,ffm ,jp - 'RX ' ' - I ,, . ,ggzgwei L :A .k5l.L,r'-Aj gg, L,,. gig fs, mx: 'Q' i 1 Q, it I , , 1 'SWA 5 F ...S 5 f X - 1. ' " f , , 1 5 'X . if ' ki -.-- Q ' '. i I , M f--.il -,Q . ' .L j 1 in st .fu -1 A 2 , E ffi??2 A y lL X J Vx. N ,H jg W.-A r-ji ' fgiif: . N f ,KK,-' . '.hA J ,L. , ' ' J A H f y - : '1i: m,, 2' ' mia X f 1 'YLI hi ,Q xx .3 XX Z - Hmm-m2Ji..., fi rw J 3. fe ' fr ,.-... 1 . H T 'J . V I . . I X 'mi Q .ai , '75 , .W '-J '-', Q I ff F 3 V- it ,vi A sig, ' l l J A f f Q - 0 Ralph Klumpp Stan Knoderer Dorothy Koder Michael Kutina Beth La Guire Mark Leedy Debbie Lessen Jim Loane Jerry Love Joe Loy Mary Lukenbill Mike Marlatt ,Mm A . 2 is W SERIOUS SCIENTISTS . . . Coby Curtis, Barbara Adams, and Eugene Cochran study the scientific ex- periment prepared by their teacher, Mr. Dooley. . - . , cm- : ' S3 .V -qw w itt y " 3 -1- i . , . ., x . , 5 A 4 lgig. - :fn A fixfuf' 'Y .42 A -t.":l1f.-'::-. sqm? fl N Y , ,, A ' 1 Q 4' Je ,pt was 4' ri' .. ---. L V , 'NS i :J ' , ' Q fs "' 'W' ' gi' I 1 'im Q t av u Q34 ,Y E -- wi . J'-ff H1 120 Q fi' wg, g.,.,.4 yn' -ravi, L L 5 .V ,. ,E , no r ' au.. fav , an Av .L I 1 ws A 5 K . .W . .W . 'C' . JE. ,W vu ' ., 1 M ,f ft 31937. ,gl Pix V N, fi, .J fr, -I? fa Jerry Martin Jimmie Mesplay Scotty McClain Rayburn McClellan Jack McIntosh Kay McLaughlin Richard McNeece Judith Mcvicker Jimmy Miller Jean Mincks Cody Mitchell Diana Moberly Shirold Moore Betty Neimeyer Peggy Nelson Sonny Newton Donna Newton Carol Nichols Daniel Nichols Alan Olson John Olson gk Y-J it H Q :sf . SEEQ3 I tg-, f f sv-1-1 2 f 'J' -2 ' . A I .E 2 ? 4 Q Q , V .. ' S .0 Z ., ? a v. i 1 ,. 5 . Q 'X on a J 'ii'-5 i f , . S, 4 4- E' M' a- V I xt, K xv Qs- ft Z,g, an I - '- K riv'59 we . fi' ,Q fare ,ir Gr ' , ' s F S s W ' v i D ,.Q,q Q 4 t , , rg- ,,, , . 7 t L,, A r I ia A -- . -is Qi Q0 L7 K 'J V M 0 Q f , K, nf wa, 3 'fffffis-,, f I f-lag, ,',,L .V . .MF-' lQiL:1f:fT7f?f5M 1, , , t ag ,H 'Gi-Ewa f 'Wifi if "'?1- ls 'of 'J Us an Lal 3 ,,,, g . A - 'w .4 We . ite- Q -3911.-I 'M KK"L NL' - AKQ "'- f A F ,Q 'mfg' X .. ,ru ' ' . . E ii' in Y Patty Scott Juanita Seever Ricky Shoemaker Raymond Shumaker Steven Sparks Kay Spencer Melba Spencer John Spillman Paula Stafford Joy Stanford David Stevenson Connie Stone 121 85-dk H 1 gs W 'I tr, , if r af r -,f . if w,ytkH,,m, f. - E .. 'G- gf. 9 ' 5 , " . tl M 1 1 J' new . Q.-..- ' -t Glenda Overman Dennis Overton Allan Palmer Suzie Pascoe Peggy Perkins Joanna Phillips Joe Phillips Lee Pike Mike Price Patricia Price Ronnie Rasnic Lester Remington Vivian Rhoades Mary Richardson Jerry Riggs Doris Rimmer Randy Roberts Bob Roberts Elaine Robison Shelia Saathoff Helen Scott eventh Grade SEW AND SAVE . . . Jean Edwards and Billie Clark study the patterns displayed in the Seventh Grade home economics room. ' TALENTED TRIO . . . Seventh Graders David Wright, Paula Stafford, and Lester Remington tune up before band. Judy Wales Lawrence Walton Charles Waltz Billy Ware Gary Weatherly Chris Whitehead David Storey Max Strunk Iarrel Swan Ronnie Swan Charles Thompson Bill Thorpe Curtis Trainot Roy Underwood Pamela Vincent , t K Q fu-.C-fx, t A . 4 .tt u 5 I " 'S gf -n r Y gf , V 1 E i 5 Zag 1 t. 5, ,Ak . . Q , V I Q 'V A ..f ' r ag. Lia 'X tsls J S : .a?4"" ' ,. X , W - tw"W 1 t 'f if at, ,sf to -in I ' Qt was rig, n, 4 1 Q 5 LQ . ,rrr U . 1 32221. if 'Pg N Ulf ' x Jack Williams t , - , Michael Williams y .M 'ga 4 Ft 5 X Q . ' - A as Velma Williams yy 1 M nav' 9 my L- y i -,..."',.,,,f ":"- 3.-4-.. if to ' W 'P I vfiez f an if -f V ' A ..: I ,I 'E M no Q C F? V1 1 , t ' - . 'tai-S-. Gaiam wtf. it I I I I Q A , , ,.. Patricia Williamson Roxana Wilson H Ronnie Withrow . 1 o Gay Witte 4, ,pr A I 1 D Johnnie Wolfe ,d,.,, H you Tx 21 -Q 1 t v " . Q? 'fa David Wright " 'ff A l R' .111 jg, it - if A f 1 W it gk :., - 1 , ..,,,a:,e .- he wa.. t ,. "2- ,iqat 4 -V t 5 R ' g' i"'W'W"W :Qfv-:,f tp i w' 'IT 5 , V ,rkffftfgvifaftt ft: t f Q 122 tail Provide Mobility, Meat, And Maintenance RURAL ROUTE ROAMERS . . . FRONT ROW--Cecil Leer, D,O. Quackenbush, Rex Scoles, Ray- mond McVicker, Stanley Butner, and Glen McGee. ROW TWO-- F. A. Nichols, LeRoy McVicker, DoyleJohns, Millard Boren, C. R. Neas, Guy Headley, Howard Hol- comb, Kermit Neas, and Carl Cox, Supervisor. These men are respon- silble for transporting 901 students in the Nevada R-5 School District each day. V ,rc ,est n 3 T. irosie 1 KITCHEN KEEPERS . . .FRONT ROW-- f ,N Irene Wilhelmson, Supervisor, Pauline A fra jy 7 Y Rainey, Iane Pyle, and Nellie Lowry. , if if L' v. L ROW TWO--Louella Fellows, La Merna 2 , M L n, fiM'f,Si Wood, High SchoolManagerg and Mil- , I N' 1 'fs 0 dredAttebery. These cafeteria workers ,,, v ' L pose for their picture before beginning a busy day preparing food for N, H. S, students. ft SCHOOL SHINERS --Custodians: Homer Mil- ler, Chief, Mrs. Homer Miller, Raymond Buck, Ed Riggs, and Danny Hill are five of the most important people at N, H, S, since they have the enormous job of keeping our school in spotless condition. l 123 l ADVERTISERS evatla's Citizens "OUR TOWN WAS REALLY A CITY OF LIGHTS during the Christmas season. This FARM AND HOME SIGN facing Highway 54 lets people know that this is a good town to live in during all seasons of the year. Busi- nessmen around Nevada are always working to make this town a better place for shop- pers. After a few gentle hints about ap- pearances, we got serious about growing grass and shrubs on the courthouse lawn, but we'll admit there are still quite a few possibilities for spots of beauty. Old timers who come back on vacations can see that a number of the stores around town have had "face-liftings. " The business people are linked with N. H. S. in many ways. Our school and our advertisers join forces in proving that this is a good place to live for many reasons--but most of all. . .IT'S A GOOD TOWN BECAUSE IT'S OUR TOWN!" 124 1. upport Both 0ur chool And 0 R TOW A YK fkk. . . .. 5 .A.. .. 5 fe iufed 'ie 559.01 W M 'WK 1 if , , .1 K a X 'JS y: A' w -and' yn 14 W .w 'Y an 5 N F 2? M 45 Member Feder if Hume ivan Bar x, .zybsem - 5 f , r v"'if' fl I 10' FISK S AMES SUPPLY COMPANY International Harvester Dealers Nevada, Missouri JAMES K. ARTHUR Business Services Accounting-Tax-Service-Insurance 216 North Main NO 7-6375 Nevada, Missouri BEISLEY'S PAINT AND WALLPAPER For the Finest in Paints The Home of Pittsburg Paints East Side of Square Nevada, Missouri BLOOM'S RADIO AND TV SERVICE 223 East Ashland NO 7 -2425 CRAWFORD REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 114 West Walnut NO 7-2459 Nevada, Missouri Dr. O. W. DODGE Dr. I. E. SPENCER Optometrists 109 East Cherry NO 7-2560 CITIZEN 'S STATE BANK Nevada's Friendly Bank Member FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Nevada, Missouri EICHINGER'S 126 DIXIE-CREAM Cafe and Do-Nut Shop 124 W. Walnut NO 7-8803 EllIS MUSIC AND FURNITURE COMPANY Compliments 9 of 6 EDNA'S BEAUTY SHOP 407 East Hickory NO 7-5645 "54" DRIVE IN East Hiway 54 and Hickory Curb Service NO 7-4114 rrncusows VV ':-, Office Supplies--School Supplies ww AII IIIR job Printing 117 South Cedar NO 7-5151 EARMER'S PRODUCE Dealers in Wholesale and Retail- Graded Eggs-Current Receipts-1-lonnegger Layers-Buildings-Equipmenr-Feed 4 KAPPlE S HARDWARE THORNTON NATIONAl BANK Established 1869 Ninety-two Years--The Same Corner Member of the F. D. I. C. "We'll Appreciate Your Business. 127 FARNHAM'S CLEANERS 219 South Cedar NO 7-4656 FIRESTONE STORES 128 East Walnut NO 7-6322 "Your Safety Is Our Business. " gg, 2 I x ,,tt. SHORTEN f NEVADA, MISSOURI FERRY BROTHERS' INSURANCE AGENCY Loans--Real Estate NO '7-6461 108 1X2 West Walnut Nevada, Missouri GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE 209 North Main NO 'I-4885 "More People Ride on Goodyear Tires Than Any Other." BILL HAMBLIN REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE NO '7-3603 Second Door West of Mitchell Hotel F 0 0 D C E N T E R 704 East Hickory Nevada, Missouri A A I E unsung 1- , YI I If 1? ,rt, E I HAND INSURANCE AGENCY "Insure and Be Sure." 101 172 West Cherry NO 7-5433 HORNER FLOWER SHOP Virgil Cassius and Ruby NO 7-4841 or NO 7-4842 1124 North Main 128 HARPY'S CHICKEN INN Southern or Garlic Chicken 8: Steaks Phone NO 7-6129 for reservations or orders to go. JOHANNES HARDWARE Gambles' Authorized Dealer The Friendly Store ARMITAGE APPLIANCE AND I HARDWARE GOOD SKE LGAS WESTINGHOUSE 7 YO DUa.il:UNE h QEE Sf AND Hardware - -Seeds - -Gifts H NE, ow wg Sfjlflg-S I'IARTZEElD CONOCO SERVICE MY-9 705:25 Highway 71 and Hickory SEQ - NO 7-2231 THERE'B ND PLACE LIKQ NEVADA AUTO PARTS Roy and Bill O'Conne1l 127-129 East Walnut NO 7-3375 or NO 7-3376 EllA .I. lEE I22 EAST CHERRY ST' Real Estate Insurance NEVADA, MO. Notary Public 323 W. Austin NO 7-5673 lEGAN'S F OR GIFTS MAXWEll S FOOD lOCKERS AND MARKET 103 East Atlantic Nevada, Missouri B 129 "Shoes for Every Occasion" -A l M tttt ? ZL Attf Q l A MENDENHAll'S SHOES -.Y A1:i 2 V. L At the Sign of Florsheim A A A AAA tunt , gs south side of Square A cn BR Dddricli MlTCl'lEll HOTEl Hotel Mitchell and Coffee Shop "Eat Fine Food in Air -Conditioned Comfort. " MONTGOMERY WARD AND COMPANY "Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back" NO 7-5223 125 West Cherry MOORE SUPPlY COMPANY Appliances, Floor, and Wall Coverings NO 7-3433 612 East Walnut smart . . . modern . . . thrifty stores 321 North Commergial KRESS ! NEVADA Nevada, Missouri CANVAS COMPANY NEVADA BAKERY NEVADA IMPlEMENT COMPANY J. A. Witte, Proprietor Delicious Pies and Cakes Your JOHN DEERE Dealer NO 7-2658 Nevada, Missouri OBERLIN 8. BRECKENRIDGE MARKET at C Meats--Groceries--Frozen Foods i -V 221 west Walnut NO 7-3561 'c'ii 1 r DWIEI -COLA-gnnulew N NEVADA NEWS STAND ,S llllll i P- A E!! P! A 121 E r Ch rr if --A ' S t r ' 'T' Q - a e Y A' , 130 NEVADA BARBER SHOP 123 East Cherry Mac Catron-Bart Littell Chester Whitehead J. C. PENNEY AND COMPANY "Always First in Quality" 41111160 sauna f was - laszsnu M I I Q' Compliments of California Fftshion Center Dressy?rsifsaarsssi PfRKv'S BEAUTY SHOP Q BEST WISHES FRoM-- . DA W Compliments of PICKETT'S SUNDRIES "A Name Identified with Pharmacy Since 1894. " POKORNY DRUG STORE East Side of Square 5gt - 1095 - 51.00 Store SCOTT'S STORE School Supplies and Wearables South Side of Square NO 7-6258 PHIl'S FURNITURE MART "The Best for Less" NO 7-2507 SCRUTCHFIELD FURNITURE COMPANY Furniture, Ranges, Heaters, and Floor Coverings 123 East Walnut NO '7-2837 Nevada, Missouri Congratulations to '61 Graduates SEARS, ROEBUCK AND COMPANY 203 East Walnut I SERVICE CAFE N, Side of Square NO '7-8831 , E I 5' y W .HA 'FLA I. 1 -Walla 131 o P R E'SI Serve Yourself and Save! Clothing and Shoes For All the Family-- ROWlAND'S Self-Service Store North Side Square Nevada lASlEY INSURANCE 215 West Cherry NO 7-2801 HOCHSTATTER'S SKEllY SERVICE Allison at 71 Highway NO 7 -3514 P 8. B TRACTOR 8. EQUIPMENT COMPANY Alfred Peterson and Vernon Balk Your Allis-Chalmers Dealer 15.1 SPENCER TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT COMPANY Highway 71 North Ford Tractor Dealer SHANKS AND STERRETT CLOTHING COMPANY Exclusive men and boys' wear. East Side of Square STAR CLEANERS 106 East Cherry NO 7-4502 STUMP'S SHOES Leaders in Fashionable Footwear Since 1896 132 STYIECRAFT 102 East Cherry Nevada, Missouri Compliments of SHARP'S STORES' COMPANY RICHARDSON MOTOR COMPANY TOWN AND COUNTRY PROPANE R. C. A. Appliances--Philgas Tanks for lease and rent ' 1 Congrats to Grads from VERNON COUNTY ABSTRACT 8. TITlE COMPANY South Side Square Barth and Katy I-linkle, Owners VANITY AIRE BEAUTY SHOP "If your hair isn't becoming to you-- you should be coming to us" Southwest Corner Square Buckner Building NO '7-5330 WADE MUSIC SHOP "Nevada's Musical Center" RINEHART S smmrs INSURANCE co. WIGG'S DRUG STORE North Side Square WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE i Nevada, Missouri D usiness Phone NO '7-3204 Residence Phone NO 7-2160 133 i KARBE 'S SUPER MARKET "Sells More for a Dollar. " QUIK DINE , Hiway '71 at Atlantic Street NO '7-8838 Curb Service . 3 I 3 , 3 4 , , M23 1 1 S , , r 1 5 NEVADA BOOK STORE School Supplies, Scrap Books, Toys Games, Dolls, Greeting Cards, Drawing Supplies, and Books of All Kinds HIGGINS DAIRY COMPANY Carl D. Higgins and Ted Ireland Highway '71 and Vernon NO '7-3633 "For Better Health, Drink Tastemark Milk." Dr. J. P. WOODEIll Optometrist Office Hours 8:30 - 5:00 Thursday 8:30 - 12:00 NO 7-5465 l04 North Cedar Nevada, Missouri ,Q -,,, ,,, ,,,. ,.,, P ri VERNON COUNTY pppg 5 Q 3 5 rti rrir 1 Y .Q X i BLOCK COMPANY sr NO '7-4646 Nevada, Missouri Compliments of ZION SHOE STORE Peters' Shoes 134 1- rmsr Nmomu BANK I , I Nevada, Missouri Capital and Surplus 55300, OOO Established in 1889 Member of the FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION PIIAIIIAICI GRAPHIC ARTS STUDIO 'O I 1 N f 3 P '- l240 on your dial ' -? x 2 '11 - I A . "P di , A I I Official NEVAMO Photographers for i I I Hoag the past I3 years ..... Z , I 3 4-'.. in .IF joe Bradham Pierre Weltmer IIIC IIIOSI' In H zii 119 East Cherry NO 7-3232 7444464 pw 44044149 SEMCO DIVISION of AMERICAN YEARBOOK COMPANY 129 Nw. 771irflSf. oH,,1,f,m,, ogy, om. Clfnlml 2-4174 -it I, wi-x 'exif' , Hu. 'Y , A .. wp , ggi .gi VN, V - ,M , Highway 71, North I 35 , l A Abele, Myra 183 113 Adam, Terry 1123 26,89,94 Bloesser, Bloom, Bobbett, Leah1113 40,100 Bob 1123 94, 124 DeVere1113 41, 100 Bobbett, Jerry 193 88,108 Bobbett, Kent 193 41, 108 Bobbett, Patrice183 54,113 Dunaway, Robert 173 119 Adams, Barbara 173 118 Adams, Buz193 50, 69, 73, 79, 81, 108 Adams, Dianne 1123 42, 45,94 Adams, Donald 1103 104 Adams, Jack 183 54 Adams, Robert173 118 Adams, Terry 1103 51, 104 Addington, Tommy 183 54, 113 Agee, Franklin 173 118 Alexander, Linda 173 49,11B, 53 Allen, Cyndy 193 14,108 Allen, Larry 173 118 Ames, Joyce 1113 27, 34,40,42, 46, 100, 103 Ames, Paul 193 108 Anderson, Carol 1113 42,100 Andrews, Owen 1113 100 Armitage, Everett 129 Armitage, Mary 129 Armitage, Suzanne 1103 34, 42,43, 48, 63,104,129 Armstrong, Arvin 183 54,113 Armstrong, Barbara 1123 44, 94 Armstrong, Bill 1113 58, 81, 100 ARMSTRONG, MARTHA B6 Armstrong, Nancy 173 118 Arnold, Danny 183 54,79, 113 Arnold, Helen 173 49,118 Arnold, Jim 1113 41, 81,100 Arthur, James 173 73,118 Atkinson, Janet 193 14, 34, 46.47, 108 Attebery, Mildred 123 Attebery, Velma 183 49,54,113 Mary 193 108 Marty 1113 100 B Austin, Ayers, Bobbett, Truman 1123 94 Bohrn, Margaret 1103 104 Boin, Karen 193 108 Boren, M.F. 123 Bound, Tommy1t-33 113 Bowen, Bobby 1103 104 Bowen, Carleta183 54, 113 Bowen, Duane 1103 104 Bow ers, Bowker, Jonie183 113 William193 73,108 Bradham, Kelly 193 17,81,10B Brant, Bob183113 ndex Caudell, Nancy 183 17, 49, 113 Caylor, Bill 183 35, 57,113 Chandler, Tommy 183 113 Chapman, Billy 1103 41, 81,104 CHAPMAN, LOUISE 87 Charles, Elizabeth 193 15, 40, 108 Charles, Linda 1103 15,34,42, 46,. Drury, Letha1103 55, 56, 104 Drury, Mary 1113 50, 101 Dubray, Okey183 114 Dukes, Linda183 35,453,114 Dulier, Louie 173 119 Dunaway, Jol'ui183114 63, 104 Chrisenberry, Harold 173 53, 73, 78, 118 Chubick, Rhoda 1103 56,104 Clark, Clark Betty 1113 100 Billie 173 118 Clark: Ge0tge193 41.103 Clark, Clark, Clark, CLAY, Linda 183 54, 113 Mike 193 51, 73, 81,108 Sharon 1103 104 SHIRLEY 86 Duncan, David 1103 104 Duncan, Michael 173 119 Duncan, Norma 183 49, 54,114 Dunfield, Ernest 193 109 Dunfield, Sue 1103 105 Dye, James 173 1159 Eador, Linda 193 109 Earll, Leroy 1103 105 Eaton, Lynda 193 109 Edwards, Jean Ann173 49,119 Brant, Harold 1113 44, 81, 100 Brawner, Hannah 173 49, 118 Breen, Doug110334, 43, 75, 104 Brenner, Harva 193 87, 108 Breiner, James 183 113 Brewer, Chester, 66 BRIGGS, LEON 73,78,79,9l Brittingham, Barbara 1103 34, 40, 43, 46, 63, 104 Brittingham, Stanley 173 73,78,11B Brooks, Gary1103 43,104 Brown, Beth111310O Brown, Bill 1113 34,5B,60,8l, 100 Brown, Bobby1103 51,104 Brown, Deh1103 68,e9,s0, 104,113 Brown, Don 1123 15,36,59,60,61, 62,80,94 Brown, Don 183 113 Brown, James 193 17, 51, 108 Brown, Jo Ann 193 42, 108 Brown, Lynn 193 5O,68,69, 73, 79, 81, 108 Brown, Nancy 1123 46, 59, 6O,6l,63 64,94 BROWN, R,L. 91 Brown, Roy 173 118 Brown, Wanda 173 118 Baird, David 1123 43,44,94 Baker, Homer 173 118 Baker, Jenny193 108 Baker, Johnny 193 108, 111 Baker, Judy173 40,118 Baker, Judy193 49,108 Baker, Terry 173 118 Baldwin, Lana 1103 56,104 Bales, Sandra 1103 43, 93, 104, 106 Balk, Larry 1123 4,30,34, 36,45,51, 94, 97 Balk, Sharon193 56,108 BARKELL, HELEN 86 Barker, Eddie 193 41, 108 Barker, Nancy 1123 94 Barker, Shirley 1103 104 Barnett, Jimmy 173 53, 73, 78,118 Barone, Jean 1123 40, 51, 61, 63, 94, 133 Barton, Bastow, David 110362, 80, 81,104 Jim 173 118 Bastow, Judy 1123 56,94 Baucom, Kerry 173 49, 118 Beard, Richard 173 58, 100 Beaver, Bob 1113 58,60, 83,100 Beaver, Carol 183 57, 113 Beeman, Craig 173 118 Beisley, Janice 1113 27, 34, 37, 63, 100 Beisley, Larry 1103 104 Beisly, Barbara1113 4-2,51,100 Beisly, Carolyn 193 56,108 Beisly, Don 1123 43, 94 Beisly, Donna 1103 40, 56,61 Belcher, Donald 1103 104 Bell, Judy 193 34,62, 108 Bell, Lettie1123 42,45,90, 94 Bennett, Mary 1103 104 BENNETT, RAY 45, 90,97 Berndt, Ed 1123 94 Bernhardt, Linda 183 54, 113 Berry, Connie173 118 Berry, Pam 193 56,108 Biggerstaff, Will183 113 Bise, Gail 193 88, 108 Bishop, Nancy 183 49, 113 Blackmore, Cecil 183 57, 113 Blackmore, Ronald 173 118 Bley, Charleen 1123 26,42, 94 Bliss, Peggy 183 57, 113 Brundidge, Maxine 183 49, 57,113 Bruns, Donna 183 49, 54, 113 Bryant, Cheryl 193 34, 108 Bryant, Tommy 1123 44, 91, 94 Buck, Raymond 123 Buenning, Charles 1103 50,104 Buenning, Glen 183 54,80, 113 Bullock, Frances 1 123 42, 45, 90, 94 Bullock, Gene 193 81, 108 Bunker, Janie 183 57, 113,115 Bunn, John 1103 41, 104 Burdick, Emma 193 108 Burgess, Jean 193 108 Burgess, John1103 104 Burnett, Don 112355, 94 Burnham, Paul 1123 94 Burnham, Sharon 173 118 Burris, Ruth 17 BUTNER, MARIE 38, 86 Butner, Stanley 123 Butterfield, Kenneth183 113 C Caldwell, Earl 193 51,52, 73, 108 Callahan, Patricia 183 49, 113 Campbell, Keith 193 73, 80, 81, 108 Campbell, Leslie183 113 Campbell, Loretta 1103 40, 104 Cargill, Edward 1103 104 Charles 1123 41,43, 94 Delores 173 118 ART--GUEST STAR 5 Aletta183 57,113 Donna 193 108 Merle1103 56,104 Richard 72 Carmack, Carmack, CARNEY, Carpenter, Carpenter, Carpenter, Carpenter, Carpenter, Shirley 1113 40, 100, 103 Carroll, Connie 193 108 Carroll, Linda 173 118 CARTER, RUSSELL 60, 93 Cartwright, Johnny 183 54, 113 Cartwright, i.ll1d3C83 49, 54, 133 Cartwright, Ruby 1113 40, 100 Cash, Connie 1123 4, 26, 31, 40, 95 Catron, Lyle 1123 4, 15,26, 28, 34, 56, 59,60,68,71, 74, 77, 95 Caudell, Jane 1123 45, 52,87, 95, 97 136 Cleveland, Mike 1113 100 CLOPTON, DANNY 69, 79, 92 Coale, Connie 1123 45,95 Cochran, Bryant 173 118 Cochran, Jim 1103 104 Coffman, Chris 183 35, 57, 113 COLE, ADA 86 Billy 193 109 Herbie1113 101 Charles 1123 45, 56,95 Collins, Collins, Colton, Colton, Jerry 183 114 Colton, Jimmie 193 109 Pat 193 48, 49, 50, 109 Colvin, Comstock, Jo Lynn 193 88, 109 Cornell, Gary 1103 51,104 Coventry, Roberta 193 109 Cowan, Geraldine 1123 45, 56, 95 Cox, Carl 123 Cox, Lonnie 193 109 Crawford, Bill 183 114 Crawford, Bob 132 Crawford, Carol 132 Crawford, D,A. 11,13 20,101 Crawford, Joanna 173 118 Crawfo:d, Raymond 1113 34,68, 71, 75, 81, 100, 101 Crouse, Norma 19342, 50, 109 Cruce, Marilyn 173 49, 53,118 Cruse, Pat 1123 39,42, 63, 64,95 Culbertson, Steven 173 73, 118 Cummings, Marvin 193 41, 81, 109 Current, Bob 25 Current, George 183 57, 73,79,114 Current, June 1103 104 Curry, David173 35,118 Curry, Jim 193 '73,81,109 Curry, Virginia 193 109 Curtis, Charlotte 173 118 Curtis, Vicki 183 49, 54, 114 D Dahmer, Charles 1103 104, 106 Dahmer, Julie 1113 101 DAHMER, OLGA 86, 113 Dahmer, Sue183 49, 114 Dailey, Martha 183 49, 57,113, 114 Eiffert, Stephen 173 73,119 Ellifrits, Nancy 193 109 Elliott, Esther 1103 105 Elliott, Sharon 173 49, 119 Elswotth, Janice1103 51, 105 Emery, Karen 1123 42, 45, 95, 113 Ephland, David 183 54, 73, 114 Ephland, Tim 1103 43, 68, 69, 75, 81, 105 Erickson, Carolyn 183 49, 54, 114 ERICKSON, OMEDA 90 Eslinger, Karen 1113 101 Estes, Toni 183 114 Ewan, David 173 53, 119 Ewan, Roger 193 73,79,81,109 Ewing, David 193 41, 109 F Fairbanks, Robert 1113 101 Fairchild, Colin183114 Fairchild, Marilyn 1123 38, 42, 46, 51, 59, 60, 63. 95, 130 Falor, Nancy 173 35,49, 119 Falor, Norma 18349, 57,113,114 Farmer, Ronald 173 119 Farnham, Bill 1103 105 Feeback, Sheryl173 35,49, 118 Fellows, Linda 193 109 Daley, Dalton, Claude 193 41 John 183 1 14 Dark, Lillie 1113 56, 101 David, Denny 1123 55, 56, 95, 109 Davis, Billy 193 73, 81 Davis, D. Braek1l13 44,101 Davis, Gary 183 54, 114 Dean. Garyf123 36,45,68,72,95 DEHON. DES 12.4-3,90,106 Deniaree, Jack 1123 43,44, 95 Demare Diggins, Diggins, Disney, Disney, Disney, 6, I-0iS193 51.109 Gary 193 56, 109 Steve1113 56,101 Dennis 1123 95 Jerald 1103 81, 104 Royce 193 73, 109 Divine, Dudley 183 73, 114 Dobyns, Gerald 183 114, 115 Dodson, David 1113 81, 101 Dodson, Sharon 110320, 34, 40, 104 Doelling, Vonnie193 109 Donaldson, Richard 1123 37, 44, 60, 63, 64, 68, 71, 95 DOOLEY, J. GORDON 44, S9 Doolin, Dougher Scotty 173 118 fy, Di3l1ll3f3349,54,114 Dove, Frances 1113 101 Drake. Cheryl 193 40,50, 109 Fellows, Louella 123 Fenton, Loyd 1103 41, 105 Ferguson, Mary Ann 1113 42, 101 Ferry, Becky 111334, 38, 50, 63, 89, 100, 101 Finders, Joe 183 114 Finders, Reggie 183 114 Fine, Randy 1103 105 Fisher, Barney 183 20, 35, 54, 79, 1 14 Fisher, Ellen 1123 40, 51, 55, 56, 60, 61, 63,64,95 Fisk, Donna 112339, 51, 60, 63, 95, 126 Flatell, Mary 183 59, 54, 114 Fletchall, Edwin110368,69,71,81, 83, 105 Fletchall, Judy 173 49, 118, 119 Fletcher, Eva193109 Flory, O.M. 84 Flynn, Johnny183 114 FORKNER, MARILYN 40,90 Fortulle, Nancy 26 Foster, Mary Moore 1123 26, 95 Fowler, Fred 193 34,69,73, 109 Fowler, H.L. 85 Fox, Allen 193 109 Fox, Glenna 110355, 56, 105 Fox, Terry 24 Franks, Larry1113 101 Franz, Sharron 193 50,109 MYRLE 42, 43,93 Amos1103 105 FRASER, Frazier, Frazier, Carol 1123 42, 45, 56, 57, 95 Richard193 109 Sharon 1103 40, 56, 105 Fry, Butch 1 103 41, 43, 68,69, 75, 105 Fryer, Gary 1123 95 Fryer, Wayne1103 105 Fuller, Elaine193 56, 109 Fuller, Peggy 1113 42, 56, 61, 101 Frazier, Frazier, G Gaither, John 173 53, 119 Gallagher, Jonet1103 14,15, 25, 40, 42, 46, 105 Gardner, Elizabeth 1103 105, 106 Garton, Norman 1111 34, 41, 81, 101 Hinkle, Helen 1121 42, 45, 96 Garton, Varian 191 41, 109 Gast, Howard 181 114 Gast, Warren1l01105 Geary, Nickie17189, 119 Gehrs, Rita 1121 36, 42,55,56, 61, 63,95 Gehrs, Sondra 25 Giessmann, Bill 181 54, 73,79, 114 Giger, Elvin 191 41,109 Giger, Lauretta112195 Glimps e, Warren 1101 41, 105 GOETZ, CAROL 56,93 Gordon , Judy 181 49,54, 114 Gose, Carol 1101 50, 105, 106 Gossett, Grace, Charles 181 114 Connie 191 109 Grace, Janet 1101 56, 105 Grace, JiLdy111156, 101 Gragg, Harold 191 56, 81,109 Gragg, Jerry 1121 41, 95 Gragg, Polly 1101 40, 55,56,105 Gresham. James 181 54, 114 G:issom, Steven 181 54, 73, 79, 114 Groves, Connie 181 49, 54, 114 H Hacker, Bob 130 g Hackleman, Larry 191 109 Hackleman, Thomas1101 105 HIRES, Hoeper, BILL 41,91 Vicki 181 54, 115 Hoffman, Jerry 1121 27, 56, 96 Hogan, Danny 191 110 Hogan, Jerry 1101 43, 105 Hogan, Joe 181 115 Hogan, Joy 1121 96 Hogan, Marilyn 191 110 Holcomb, Howard 123 Holcomb, Jerry 1121 96 Holland, Carol 1121 42, 55, 56,64. 96 Holland, Joyce 1121 45, 96 Holmes, Vicki 181 49,57, 115 Hoover, Donna 171 119 Hopkins, James181 115 Hornecker, Mac 1111 51,68,69, 70, 81, 93,101 Householder, Leland 171 53,119 Householder, Melba1101 105 Hovey, Dicky18154, 73, 79, 115 Howell, Bobby Sue 1101 40, 105 Howell, Claudia 191 110 Howell, Gaye 1121 43, 45, 96 Howell, Sharon 1111 101, 103 Howell, Stephen 171 35, 37, 118, 119 1-lowery, Vernon 1111 101 Howington, Eugene 1121 96 Kenney, Donald 1111 41, 101 Kenney, Everett 1121 41, 96 Kiger, Emory 191 51, 110 Killion, Larry 171 119 Kimberlin, Michael 191 110 King, Karen 181 115 King, Vickie 181 17,35,49,115 King, Virgil 127 Klotz, Marjorie 181 49,115 Klotz, Marvin 181 54,115 Klumpp, Ralph 171 35, 119, 120 Knoblauch, Gary 1101 81, 106 Knoblauch, Lary181 115 Knoderer, Stan 171 53, 73, 120 Koder, Dorothy 171 49, 120 Koehler, Pat 191 61, 110 Koontz, Wanda 112138, 44, 45, 50, 60, 61,63, 96 Koopman, Dale 1111 41, 101 Koopman, Shirley 1121 56, 96 Kovacks, Judy Wegerer1121 40, 96 Kraft, Clinton 191 110 Kraft, Suzan 1121 38, 42, 51, 52, 64, 96 Kutina, Michael 171 120 L La Due, June 1111 56, 101 La Due, Sammy 191 56, 110 La Guire, Beth 171 49, 120 Maxwell 60, 9 McAllist , Ray 1111 22, 44, 55, 56, 3, 102 er, Gary 191 110 McAllister, Tom 1121 15. 56.97 McCain, McCall, Cathyrine1121 40, 92, 97 Sue Ellen 191 51,110 McCann, Jim 19168, 69, 73, 79, 31. 110 McClain, John 171 118 McClellan, Ray 171 120 McCorm McCorm McCorm ack, Dwight 1121 97 ack, Sandra 1111 102 ick, George18154,116 McDaniel, Sharon 110140,106 McDerm McDerm McGee, ott, Betsey 1111 40,102 ott, Regina 181 49, 116 Glenn 123 McGehee, Susie 1101 34, 40, 60, 106 McGrath, Frank 181 116 McIntosh, Don 1121 41 Mcintosh, Jack171 97,120 McKay, Maryan19142,110 McKenzie, Denny 191 41, 110 McKenzie, Kay 1121 4, 26,29, 42, 97 McLaughlin, Kay 171 49, 120 McLean, Ennis 1121 64, 97 McNeece, Ann 191 111 Hackney, James 1101 105 Hagerman, George 1111 41,51,52, 71, 81, 101 Haggans, Mike 171 73, 89, 119 Haggard, Jerry 191 50,79, 110 Haggard, Mary 1111 43, 101 Haley, Danny 1101 81, 105 Haley, Donna 181 49,57,114 Haliburton, Gene 181 57, 115 Hall, Larry 1121 15, 36, 55, 74, 77, 95 Hall, Ronnie 1111 36,39, 75, 101 HAMBLIN, W.R., JR. 35,88 Hammontree, Don 191 69, 73, 81, 110 Hubbard, Ronald 191 69, 73, 81, 110 Huckaby, Beverly 1121 22, 44, 51, 52, 63, 64, 65, 96 Hulse, Glenda 181 115 Hulse, Harold 1111 41 I Ireland, Mike 11 11 14, 58, 60, 61, 68,69, 101 Ireland, Pat181 57, 113,115 J Jackson, Glenda 181 35, 49, 57,115 JACKSON, LEAETTA 89 Jackson, Wayne 191 56, 110 Jacobs, Jimmy 1101 51, 105 La Guire, John 1111 51, 52, 101 Lamb, Beverly 191 110 Lamb, Lank, Lank, Daryl 1121 45, 96 Jimmie 1101 106 William 191 110 Lesley, Janet 1111 27,37, 38, 42, 63, 101 Lasley, Mary 181 49, 54, 87,115 Lasley, Roy 1111 41, 101 Lawrence, Dicky191110 Lawrence, Homer 1111 101 Lawrence 45, 60, 63, 64, 65, 96 Lawrence, Tobie110140, 50,106 , Kendall 1121 39, 42,44, McNeece, Richard 171 120 Mckeynolds, Lee 1101 56, 81,106 McVey, David 181 17,54, 116 Mcvicker, Ardis181 116,123 McVicker, Judith171 120 McVicker, LeRoy 123 McVicker, Raymond 123 Mell, John 191 111 Mell, Lafayette 181 116 Merrell, Mike 191 73, 75, 80, 81,111 Merritt, Marie 1121 56,97 Mesplay. James 171 53, 120 Mesplay, Ronnie 1121 74, 77, 80, 81, 89, 97 Middleton, Kathryn 25 Hammo Haner, Hargrov Harlow, ntree, Keith 181 73, 115 Barbara 18149, 115 e, Clifton 1121 45, 56,95 Kathy 191 14, 110 Jadlot, Charles 171 18, 20, 35, 73, 78, 119 Jadlot, Denny 181 73,79,115 Jadlot, Terry110134,46,68,69, 70, 74,81, 105 Jadlow, Paul1111101 Jenkins, Michael 171 53,119 Jennings, Ronnie 171 119 Johns, Donna 1101 40,48, 56, 61, 105 Johns Do 'le D, 123 i 1 Johns, Ronnie 1111 81, 101 Johnson, Carol 171 119 Johnson, Connie 181 49,57, 115 Johnson, Judy 171 49, 119 Johnson, Susie 1121 56,96 Johnson Terr 112 2 12 32 3 . Y 1 . . .7. 44,60,63,64,66,82,96, 124 Layher, Ronald 191 51, 52, 79, 81, 110 Leavell, Don 1111 41, 101 Leedy, Evelyn 1101 51, 106 Leedy, John 171 53, 120 Leer, Cecil 123 Lees, Rodney 171 78 Legan, Dana 191 28,34, 110 Legleiter, Belvin18154, 115 Legleiter, Mack 1101 51, 52, 106 Leonard, Gregory 1101 106 Lessen, Deborah171 120 Lightnet, Eugene 181 54, 115 tiny, Buddy181116 Lilly, Jack110168, 69, 70, 106 Lincoln, Wesley 1121 45, 96 Liter, Wilson 1101 51, 53, 93 LITLE ROBERT 51 53 93 Harmon, Janet 1101 56, 105 Harpel, Rosemary 191 110 Harper, Elaine 1111 40, 42, 101 Harper, James 171 119 Harper, Larry 181 115 Harper, Lu Creta181 115 Harper, Melva1111 101 Harper, Paula 191 110 Harper, Susan 1101 40, 105 Harpold, Carol 17149, 119 Harpold, Ronnie 181 115 Harpold, Sue Ann 111134, 36, 40, 63, 100, 101 Harris, David 1111 101 Hasler, Bill 1121 14, 34, 36, 60, 68, 71, 74, 77, 95 Hasler, TQmmy17153, 73,78,119 Havens, Connie 1121 38, 40,45,95 Hayes, Kathy171 119 Johnson, Virginia 191 50, 110 Johnston, Dale 1111 101 Jones, Annabelle 171 49, 119 Jones, Bin111141,56,61,1o1 Jones, Bobbie 1101 56, 105 Jones, Carolyn 1121 42,45,96 JONES, C.H. , JR. ,SUPT. 85, 89 Little: Carol111120,39,63,101 Loane, Loane Loane Locke, Fred 1101 55, 56, 61,106 , James 171 120 . John 1101 106 Connie18149, 116 Hayes, Sharon 181 49, 115 Haylfgg. Linda 1111 2'7,42,43,101, Haynes, Tommy 181 35, 37, 57, 73, 79, 115 Headley, Gary 1101 105 Headley, Guy 123 Hector--school mascot 81 Heitz. Janiee11oJ 56,105 Hendrix, Hendrix, Bette 171 35, 49, 119 Car0118135,49,115 Hendrix, Don 110141, 105 Hendrix, Gerry 191 34, 46, 110 Hendrix, Herman 1111 43, 101 Hendrix, James 171 119 Jones, Howard 1121 3s,34, 36,31 49, 43, 55, 60,61, 63, 72, 96 Jones, Kay 1121 42, 45,96 Jones, Kelly 181457,115 Jones, Leo 1101 72,81, 106 Jones, Linda 112126, 36, 42, 45, 60, 96 Jones, Ronnie 1101 44, 75, 81,106 Jones, Stan 191 55, 56,69, 73, 75, 81, 110 ' Judy, Sonja 191 51,52, 110 Julian, Lynda 1111 101 K Kachel, V1rgil22 Logan, George 85 Long, Kathy 1111 101 Longstreth, Ronda 181 49,54, 116 Loomer, De Wayne 1101 106 Loomer, John 181 80,116 Love, Jerry 171 120 Love, William 1111 102 Love, Dr. Standlee 85 Lowry, Don191110 Lowry, Nellie 123 Loy, Dick 1121 27, 36, 56, 68, 72, 74, 77, 81, 97 Loy, Joel 171 53, 73,120 Lukenbill, Frank 1121 97 Lukenbill, Marjorie 191 110 Lukenbill, Mary 171 120 Henry, .Ruth1121 26,42, 56, 95 Hensley, Danny 191 41, 73,110 Hensley, Jimmy 171 35, 53, 73, Henan, Billie 171 119 ' Herren, Dale 1111 41, 101 Herring, Tom 32 Heryford, Li.nda181 49, 54, 115 Hiestand, Larry 181 115 Higgins, Arline1121 42, 96 Hill, David 181 35, 57, 73, 79, 115 Hill, Danny 123 Hill, Joe 1101 105 Hill, Linda 181 35,37, 49, 57, 115, 116 119 Kafer, Kay 1111 101 Kapple, Sara Lou112119,20,5O, 55, 96 Kegerries, Sharon Fassel 1121 96 KEITHLY, GAIL 42, 90 Keithly, Kem 1121 4, 30, 33, 34, 36, 37, 42, 55, 56, 60, 63, 65, 68, 71, 74, 76, 96 KEITHLY, W. GARLAND, PRIN. 12, 63, 84 Kelly, Mike110191,105,106 Kelso, Connie 1111 42,58,60,101 Kelso, Sylvia 181 35, 49, 54, 87, 115 Lyon, Charlotte 181 49, 54, 116 Lyon, Loretta 1101 42, 46, 60, 106 M Madill, Mahan, Mamie 19,1 49,541,116 Le Roy181 116 Malone, Larry 19169,73,79, 81, 110 Manes, James 181 116 Marlat r, Michael 171 119,120 Marlow, Betty 18149,54, 87, 116 Marquardt, Eddie 181 116 Marshall, Myra 1101 38, 42, 106 Martin, Jerry 171 120 Martin, Marsha 191 50, 52,110 137 Milford, Milford, Miller Robert 1111 102 Sharon 110140, 56,106 Bennett 1101 106 yiinerf caniie1e1 116 Miller, Corine 123 Miller, Homer 123 Miller, James 171 53, 120 Miller, Linda 181 49, 116 Miller, Terry 181 80, 116 MinckS. Jean 171 120 Mische, Lynd11213'7, 38, 60, 61, 63,64,9v, 130 Mitchell, Cody 171 120 Mitchell, Pamela 181 49, 116 Mitchem, Charles 181 116 Mitchem, Gene 1111 102 Mitchem, Mitchum, Mitchum, Wanda 191 lll Joy 1121 56,97 Kenneth 191 111 Mitts, Karen 19156, 1 11 Moberly, Diana 171 49, 120 Moore, Moore, Gary 191 51,52,61,93,111 Jerry 181116 Moore, Larry 1111 102 Moore, Shirold17173, 120 Moran, Virginia 1111 102 Morris, Ronnie 1121 36, 15, 26, 60, 97 Moseley, Warren 1101 62, 68, 69, 81, 106 Mulkins, Morris 181 116 Murphy, Buddy 181 116 Murray, Carolyn 1101 106 Murray, Jim 1101 51. 105 Murray, Larry 1111 25, 68,72, 102 Murray, Lynn O. 1111 25 Musick, John 1111 102 N Nall, Bennie 191 111 Neas, C.R. 123 Neas, Harold 1121 34, 59, 60, 97 Neas, Kermit 123 Neas, La Mae 1121 14,23,25,34, 36, 4-5,51,60,94, 97 Neas, Sue1111 102 Neimeyer, Betty Jo 171 120 Neimeyer, Karen 191 51. 55, 55. 111 Nelander, Sue 1111 27, 40,42, 102 Nelson, Peggy 171 35, 59, 53, 120 Newsom, Jo Ann 181 116 Newton, Albert 171 120 Newton, Donna Sue 171 120 Nichols, Carol 171 120 Nichols, Daniel C71 120 Nichols, F.A. 123 Nicodemus, Bob C81 35,57, 73, 79, 113,116 Nordyke, ThayneC111 102 Norwood, Charlotte C81 20, 35, 49, 54,116 Null, Arthur C91 111 Nunn, JeryC10134,37,38,62,63, 65,68,70,75,81,106 Nutt, Pat C111 102 O O'Connell, Bill 132 Ogle, Ogle, Gary 128 Greg C121 15,68, 72,80, 97 Ogle, JohnnyC1l1 102 Ogle, Lester 128 Ogle, Russell C121 4,30, 36, 68, 72, 97, 128 Olson, Alan C71 78, 120 Olson, John C71 120 Olson, Joe C91 51, 68, 69, 73, 79, 81, 111 Olson, Leona C101 40, 56, 106 Orr, Shirley C91 111 O'Toole, Tommy C91 111 Overman, Glenda C71 121 Overman, Kay C111 102, 103 Overton, Dennis C71 73, 121 Overton, Marybelle C101 40, 50, 105, 106 Owen, Ricky C111 14, 58,60, 102 Oyer, Bobby C111 51, 102 Oyer, Edward C81 73, 79, 116 Oyer, Lorrie C111 102 P Palmer, Parrish, Pascoe, Pascoe, Payne, Payne, Payne, Pearse, Allan C71 53, 121 Richard C12141, 56, 97 Donna C91 34, 40, 49, 111 Suzie C71 49, 53,121 Cheryl C91 55, 56, 111 Donna C111 27, 56, 102 Theresa C81 49, 57,116 Dr. R.W. Jr. 84 Pent, Richard C121 41, 97 Perkins Perkins Perkins, Perkins, Perkins J.E. 134 Karolyn C91 46m KarolynC9146, 51, 111 Pat C11143,102 Peggy C71 121 Peiiiii, 'JamesC101 50,106 Perrin, Perrin , Perrin, Perry, Peter, Peters, Pain C121 97 Richard C121 27,97 Rosemary C91 42, 111 John C121 41,98 Sandra C121 26, 98 Gary C111 102 Peters, Laura C91 111 Peters, Peterson . Peterson, Pettibon . Pettibon, Pettibon Pettibon Sharon Marshall C121 98 Linda C81 116 PamalaC81116 Carolyn C91 111 Clifford C111 41, 91,102 . Jack C12141,56, 98 Larry C91 41 111 PETTIBON, LUCILLE 56 Pettibon, Martha C91 111 Pettibon, Peggy C91 111 Pettibon, Phyllis C101 106 Pettibon, Richard C111 102 Pettibon, Tom C91 81,111 Pettibon Vicki C91 50, 111 Phelps, J3l'lelf9142,50,111 Phiihiich, SueC11142,102 Phillips, Phillips, Philiips Phillips Charles C111 41,102 l-lar0ldC81 115,116 Joanna C71 121 JoeC7173 121 Phipps, 'Martha C91'51, 52, 111 Pickens Bob C81 54 73, 116 PICKENS, MYRrLE'a7 Pike, Everett C71 121 Pike, Tony C111 102 Pilcher, Thomas C 101 106 Piotrowski, Dewey C91 111 Pippin, James C91 51, 111 Pippin, Standlee C101 106 Place, P Polk, Lo Prather, Preston Price, Price, Price, in atriciaC9142,111 nnieC1214-5,98 GusC111 102 Karen C81 57, 116,117 elores C101 106 Michael C71 121 Patricia Rae C71 121 Price, Ronald C101 106 Pryor, Dottie C121 98 Pryor, Robert C81 117 PULLEN, JAMES 86 Pulliam, EdithC8149,57, 117 Pursley, Linda C81 35,119,117 Pyle, Georgia C101 106 Pyle, Jane 123 Pyle, Steve C91 2.68, 69, 73. 79. 31 Quackenbush, D.O. 123 Quackenbush, Linda C91 111 Quackenbush, Ronald C101 41,106 Quarton, Nancy C91 15, 34,46, 111 Quarton, Sally C121 45, 98 Quarton, Susan C121 43, 45, 98 Quick, Alan C121 38, 44,51,53,60, 61,62, 63.58.71 93 133 QUICK, ALBERT 44,85 QUICK, LUCILLE 86 R Rabon, Jo Anne C81 49, 54, 117 Rabon, Sharon C101 106 Rackley, Mary C91 5l,56, 111 RADFORD, GLADYS 12, 34,86 Ragan, Mary Lou C111 56, 102 Rainey, Leroy C91 111 Rainey, Pauline 123 Ralston, Cheryl C111 102 Ramsey, Sha:onC11158, 102 Range, Karl C81 54, 73, 117 Rapp, Carl C91 111 RaDlD. Janice C81 57, 117 Rapp, Richard C111 102 Rasmussen, Dale 24 Rasmussen, Jim C91 55, 56, 112 Rasnic, Ronald C71 73,121 Rasnic, SaundraC9140,83,112 Ratterree, Bob C121 43, 98 Rarrerree, Deanna C91 51, 112 REECE, GERALD 88 Reed, Barry C91 20.69, 73, 75, 81, 112 Reed, MikeCll1 15,102 REED, WAYNE 92 Remington, Elizabeth C121 45,98 Remington, Lester C71 53, 73, 78, 121 Rhoades, Franklin C91 41, 112 Rhoades, HarryC111 102 Rhoades, Vivian C71 121 Rhyne, Mary C81 49, 54, 117 Richardson, Amelia C101 51,106 Richardson, Ann C121 42, 46, 56, 61, 63, 98 Richardson, Don C121 98 Richardson, Joyce C101 55, 56, 106, 107 Richardfon, Mary C71 121 Richey, Lutie C121 42, 98 Carol C101 106 Richmond, Richmond, Frankie C81 117 Riggs, Edward 123 Riggs, Jerry C71 121 Riggs, Mary Ann C111 53,56,102 Rimmer, DorisC71 121 RIMMER, GENE 68, 74,77, 81, 92, 94 RIMMER, JUANITA 39,87 Rimmer, Marcia C81 49, 54,117 Rimmer, Patty C91 56, 112 Roberts, Gary C121 41,98 Roberts, Randy C71 121 Roberts, Robert C71 121 Robinson, Billie C121 42, 56,98 Robinson, Johnny C111 41, 102 Robison, Darrell C91 112 Robison, Elaine C71 53, 121 Roby, Ralph C81 117 Rodieck, Gary C111 102 Rogers, Donna C111 56, 102 ROMBACH, VERA 88,100 Rose, Larry C101 81, 107 Roush, Martha C91 112 ROWTON, GERALDINE, Nurse 92 Runyon, Mary Beth C111 51,52, 102, 103 Russell, Don 85 Russell, James C101 107 S Saathoff, SheliaC7149,53,121 SCHILLER, FRANCES 87 Schnedler, Cheryl C81 57, 117 Schwenck, Stephanie C91 112 Scism, Ray Dean C81 57, 117 Scism, Sandra C9140, 112 Scoles, Rex 123 Scott, Charles C81 73,117 138 Scott, Scott, Scott, Scott Fay C91 112 Helen C71 121 Linda C111 56, 102 Patt C7149 121 . 1' - Seeman, Curt C111 102 Seever, Juanita C71 121 Shafer, Becky C11156, 102 Shaver, Barbara C101 51, 107 Shaw, Jim C111 102 Shaw, John C101 107 Shaw, Vernon C81 54, 117 Shearer, Marcia C81 49, 54,117 Sheeks, Larry C121 36, 98, 134 Sheets, SharonC81 117 Shepard, Stanley C111 102 Shepherd, Barbara C101 50,107 SHEPHERD, JIM 73, 75, 77, 81, 92 Shepherd, Kizan 77 Shepley, TerryC8173, 117 Sheridan, Jim C111 41, 102 Sheridan, Margaret C111 56, 102 Sherrick, Tom C1212'l,68,72, 81, 98 Shindler, Gary C91 112 Shipp, Janice C91 112 Shoemaker, Linda C111 34,51, 60, 63, 91,102 Shoemaker, Richard C71 35, 73, 121 Shopper, Shopper, Bonnie C91 112 Gloria C91 112 Shrewsbury, Pat C111 102 Shumaker, Harold C121 41,98 Shumaker, Henry C101 41, 107 Shumaker, Ralph C81 54, 117 Shumaker, Raymond C71 121 Shutters, Shutters, Shutters, Donnell C81 117 Nadine C121 98 RonnieC11141, 102 Sieberns, Carol C81 117 Sikes, Bonnie C121 45, 56, 98 Simmons, Beverly C10140,55, 56, 107 Simmons, James C91 51, 112 Simon, StollerC10156,107 Sim pson, Wilma C121 56, 98 Smith, Bonnie C111 58,60,61, 103, 133 Smith, GaryC81 117 Smith, John C111 51, 103 Smith, JoyceC111103 Smith, MargieC91112 Smith, Nancy C121 42, 45,98 Smith, Patricia C91 40, 112 Snowden, HarrYC11141, 103 Soukup, StanleyC91 112 Sparks, Steven C71 35,78, 121 S penc er, S penc er, S penc er, Jim C91 73,75,81,112 Joe C121 56, 98 KayC7119,20,35,49, 53, 121 Spencer, Melba C71 121 Spencer, Spenc er, Spencer Spillm air, Spillm an, Sprague, Stafford, Stanford, Stanford, Patricia C101 107 Standlee C121 99 Vern C91 112 John C71 121 VirginiaC10140, 56, 107 Tony C81 117 PaiiiaC7149,5a,121 Bill C81 117 Joy C71 121 Starr, Joan C121 56, 99 Steele, David C121 36, 45,99 Stephens, Elizabeth C91 112,132 Sterett, KentC81 117 Steve, Marlene C121 4,31,38,42, 45, 46,64,99 Stevenson, David C71 121 Stevenson, William C81 117 Stewart, Linda C121 99 Stone, Connie C71 35,121 Stone, Dave C81 117 Storey, DavidC71122 Strasser, Streich, Tom C91 5e,e1, 79 Heieh C91 50,112 Struke, SteveC81 117 Strunk, Max C71 73, 122 Swager, Susan C81 49, 54, 117 Swan, JarrelC7173, 78, 122 Swan, Ronald C71 73, 78, 122 Swearingen, Ann C111 38, 40, 46, 51, 52,57,103 Swearingen, Dave C121 22, 25, 34, 36, 59, 60,67, 68, 69, 74, 76, 94, 99 Swearingen, Madge C91 112 T Talbott, Gordon C91 73,81, 112 Taylor, Betty C91 112 TEEL, BERNICE 49, 86,118 Thomas, Danny 25 Thomas, Judy C91 112 Thompson, Charles C71 122 Thompson, Charlotte C91 56, 112 Thompson, Cynthia C91 56, 112 Thompson, Pat C121 4, 31, 39, 45, 63,99,126 Thompson, Waneta C121 56,99 Thorpe, William C71 122 Tillery, Barbara C91 112 Tillery, Carmen C101 56,107 Titus, Floyd 26 Todd, RegarC8135,54,73,117 TOLLE, NELL 42,90 Tough, Janie C121 15, ae, 42, 45, 45, 59, 60, 63, 65, 83, 99 Tough, Judy C10146,63,65, 107 Tow, ConnieC81 49,54,117 Trainor, Curt C71 73, 122 Trainor, Jacquie C121 40, 42, 99 Trainor, Pat C121 40, 42, 99 Triplett, Bob C81 35,73, 117 Troegle, Sharon C91 56, 112 Trosper, Maude C91 56,112 Trower, Karen C81 49,57 Troyer, Louis C91 112 Tucker, Danny C101 107 Tucker, Larry C81 54, 117 U Underwood, RoyC71 122 Underwood, Russell C91 112 Urner, Janet C121 45, 59, 60, 99 Urner, Stan C121 36, 45, 68, 70, 99 V Vandenburg, Gene C121 99 Van Mater, Gary C81 54, 73,117 Vaughn, Duane C101 51, 107 Vieth, Kathy C111 37, 38, 63,102 Vieth, Will 132 Vincent, Pamela C71 49, 53, 122 VINCENT, RUTH 92 W Wade, Edward C91 51, 73,78, 79, 81, 112 wait, Margaret C91 50, 112 Waldeis, Rosemary C81 117 Wales, Jackie Ann C81 49, 54, 117 Wales, Judy C71 122 Walker, Charles C121 41, 45, 99 Walker, HelenC101 107 Walker, Johnny C121 15, 42, 59, 60, 62, 68,70, 99 Walker, Russell C91 41,73, 112 Wallace, Carol C101 40, 107 Wallace, Glen C121 81,99 Wallace, Richard C101 51,69, 107 Walton, Lawrence C71 53, 122 Waltz, Charles C71 122 ware, Billy C71 53, 122 Ware, Larry C101 107 Wastell, Peggy C121 56,99 Watson, Rosemary C111 56, 103 Weatherly, Gary C71 122 Dick C101 107 Webb, Weber, Danny C111 41, 103 Weber, Fred C91 56, 112 Webeg, Jack C12125, 45, 68, 70, 81, 9 Weber, Ted C91 34, 56, 73, 81,112 Webster, Mary C101 40, 56, 107 Wehmeyer, Eva C91 112 Wehmeyer, Terry C101 107 Weir, B.F. C8154, 73, 79, 117 Wellington, Jerry C81 117 Welsch, Jeanne C91 56,112 Welsch, Terry C121 99 WELTMER, RUTH 85 West, Gary C81 117 Whalan, Louise C111 56, 103 Whisler, IoeC8154,117 White, Nancy C111 44, 60, 6 1, 103 White, Vicky C91 112, 132 Whitehead, Chris C71 35, 53, 73, 78, 122 Whitworth, Lynn C101 20, 34, 43, 68, 72, 81, 107 Wight, Alice 82 Wight, Sheldon C111 14, 38, 60, 103 Wilhelmson, Irene 123 Wilhelmson, Virginia 84 Williams, Bob C81 73,79,80,117 Williams, ElaineC81 117 Williams, Harry C121 45, 99 Williams, Jack C71 73, 78,122 Williams, Judy C101 107 Williams, Michael C71 119, 122 Williams, Velma C71 122 Williamson, Pat C71 120 Williamson, Terry C101 51, 52, 107 Willmon, MarkC9181,112 Wilson, Linda C81 49, 54, 87, 117 Wilson, Roxanna C71 49, 122 Wilson, Richard 33 Winscott, Lillie C121 45,56,99 Winter, Sam C101 41, 107 Winters, Elizabeth C 101 42, 43,107 Winters, Lily C101 42,43, 107 Wirth, Kleetis 85 Wise, Carolyn C121 38, 43, 45, 99 Withrow, Ronald C71 122 Witte, Gay C71 122 Witte, Kay C101 107 Wolfe, ButchC8135, 57, 73, 79, 80, 117 Wolfe, Johnnie C71 122 Wood, La Merna 123 Wood, Marshall C91 112 Wood, Martha C111 86, 103 Wood PattyC10156 Wood: Phyllis C111 40, 43, 103 Woodfill, Jim 24,132 Woodfill, Mary C111 22, 103 Woods, Carol C121 42,45, 99 Woods, JuneC91112 Wooldridge, Esther C91 112 Woolveron, Tom C111 51, 103 Wright, Buddy C111 58, 103 Wright, David C71 53, 80, 122 Wyatt, PatrickC9141, 112 Y Yordy, Billy C91 41, 112 Young, Bobby C91 112 Young, Danny C121 18, 20, 22, 34, 37, 62, 67, 68, 69, '74,76, 81,99 Yurk, GaryC8154,73,79, 117 Z Zilliox, Carol C111 56, 102 CLUBS Auto Safety Club, 43 C:escendoes, 55 C.O,E., 45 Commercial, 42 Crimson 8: Gray, 38 Deba::, 43 Eighth G:ade Band, 54 FFA, 41 FHA, 40 FTA, 42 Junior High Chorus, 57 Junior High Council, 35 Math, 44 National Honor Society, 63 Nevamo, 39 Science, 44 Senior High Band, 50-51 Senior High Chorus, 56 Senior High Council, 34 Sweater Club, 49 Seventh Grade Band, 53 Thespians, 60 Tigerettes, 47 ADVERTISING Ames, L.P. 127 Ames Supply Company 126 Armitage Appliance and Hardware 129 Arthur Bookeepin Company 126 E Beisley Paint 8: Wallpaper Store 126 Bloom's Radio 8: TV Service 126 Capri Bowl 135 Citizens State Bank 126 Crawford Real Estate 8: Insurance 126 Dixie Cream Cafe 127 Dodge, Dr, O.W. 126 Double Cola Bottling Company 130 Ebb's Abstract 8: Title Company 131 Edmiston's Department Store 131 Edna's Beauty Shop 127 Eichinger Funeral Home 126 Ellis Music 8: Furniture Company 127 Farm 8: Home Savings Association 127 Farmer's Produce 127 Farnham's Cleaners 128 Ferguson's 127 Ferry Brothers Insurance Agency 128 Fifty-Four Drive-In 127 Firestone Stores 128 Fisk Paint Store 126 First Finance Company 126 First National Bank 135 Flory Pharmacy 126 Fowler's 128 Goodyear Service Store 128 Graphic Arts Studio 135 Haden's 127 Hamblin Real Estate 8: Insurance 128 Hand Insurance Agency 128 Harpy's Chicken Inn 129 Hartzfeld Conoco Service 129 Higgins Dairy Company 134 Hochstatter's Skelly Service 132 Horner Flower Shop 128 Hunt's Department Store 129 Johannes Hardware 129 Kapp1e's Hardware 127 Karbe's Super Market 134 King's Jewelry 129 KNEM 135 Kress, S.H. 8: Company 130 Lasley Insurance 132 Lee Real Estate 129 Legan's Hardware 129 Logan-Moore Lumber Company 128 Madill Tire8: Supply 130 Marmik's 131 Martinizing, One-Hour 135 Maxwell's Highway Market 128 Maxwel1's Food Lockers 8: Market 129 Mendenhall's Shoes 130 Mitchell Hotel 130 Mode-0-Day 131 Montgomery Ward 8: Company 130 Moore Supply 130 Ixevada Auto Parts 129 Nevada Bakery 130 Nevada Barber Shop 131 Nevada Book Store 134 Iwevada Canvas Company 130 Nevada Daily Mail 130 Nevada Implement Company 130 CAPITALS DESIGNATE FACULTY MEMBERS. Nevada News Stand 130 Nevada Shoe Store 129 Oberlin 8: Breckenridge Market Ogle Grain Company 128 P, 8: B. Tractor 8: Equipment Company 132 Penny, J.C. 8: Company 131 Perky's Beauty Shop 131 Phil's Furniture Mart 131 Pickett's Sundries 131 Pokorny Drug Store 131 Quik-Dine134 Renwick Insurance Agency 133 Richardson Motor Company 133 Rinehart Jewelry 133 Rowland's 132 Scott's Store 131 Scrutchfield Furniture Company 131 Sears, Roebuck 8: Company 131 Semco Yearbook Division of American Yearbook Co. 135 Service Cafe 131 Shanks 8: Sterrett Clothing Company 132 130 Sharp's Stores' Company 133 Shorten Funeral Home 128 Smith insurance 133 Spencer, Dr. I. E. 126 Spencer Tractor 8: Equipment Company 132 Sport Shop 134 Star Cleaners 132 Stump's Shoes 132 Stylecraft 133 Thomas Pharmacy 135 Thornton National Bank 127 Thorpe's Appliance 132 Town 8: Country Propane 133 Vanity Aire Beauty Shop 133 Vernon County Abstract Y Title Company 133 Vernon County Block Company 134 Vieth's Cafe 132 Wade Music Shop 133 Western Auto Associate Store 133 Wigg's Drug Store 133 White, C,A. Motor Company 132 Woodfill, Dr. I.P, 134 Wysong Motor Company 132 Zion Shoe Store 134 I 4 139 7, . H91 1 'ff A . I as :flaws-'Z ff'?"" m e o f .1 When the books close, and the last bell lfl1lgS And carefree days are lost to mundane Il'1lllgS When nostalgia strikes, and your memory wanes, And you remember the faces but not the HBITICS ' Pick up your yearbook and leaf it through, And remember the days so dear to you. 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