Nevada High School - Nevamo Yearbook (Nevada, MO)

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PW MN 'W N EW Kqfgbsi +333 www xQ 4 A 1957 12 1 aw n 9 V r V.-'J 1958 1959 L 1 1960 A 1961 1962, 1961 A 1 964 1965 5 1 NEVADA HIGH SCHOOL NEVADA, MO. VOLUME 29 E H A Q EV 5 Foreword This is Nevada High School. a myriad of in- quisitive minds and varied personalities, ever seeking answers to the questions of tomorrow. It is the place where dreams materialize into realities of democracy and freedom. - ln the brief period of 300, minutes. each student experiences moments which will live forever lfl his mind and heart. These are the moments which the Nevama staff has attempted to pre- serve in a finished picture that will make 1966 stand out as the year in which great goals were achieved. -QE., A A i Z 3 , - fy J QW .ff 5212538 ffif i Wit iimmif Table of Contents Faculty Organizations Athletics Activities Seniors U nderclassmen Advertising 16 28 64 84 104 118 150 That Was the Year . . . . . . when the heart of each student swelled at the mention of the football season and its many accom- plishments . . . that brought the NHS basketball squad through a rough season in good shape . . .when no one minded freezing under a blanket or being erushed in a Crowded gymnasium . . . while the swel- ling pride in the faces of the coaches lived on with each student to remind him of each memorable feat. l ' '..jl'ii V! ' ' ,J 1 ' 1 , , , , . 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K h . 1 at as awww , A. ,, ' , the Year . . . i . . . when the character of NHS was changed by the new addition to the building, the reorganized lunch system, and the added facilities of the school parking lot . . . when a new organization formed the core of its convention held in Nevada . . . when a highlight trip to Europe by Mr. C. H. Jones created better understanding and fellowship between countries . . . and Mr. W. Garland Keithly accepted the office as president of the Big-Ten Conference. - Y 331 Q ,I 75 u fffff Q1 I wg, Q Ng Qi! Q... ul--' That Was Zi? of-Q sfsligfgg . . . that brought about new facilities in Junior High Art, Science and Vocal Music . . . when 12 new teachers entered into the life cycle of NHS . . . and 'When the creation of a Spanish department and labo- atory gave each student a more thorough background rl lan uages Yes 1966 was the year when Nevada School donned a new as c frm which y du s emer e Q31 3 eliil., ara as .A , itll if tg its 3 gel? . 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V , .... -- 'Q - - . mf x ' - - I :5.SS," 55:2 I?J' 9:". g,,,Q:, .,, . 1 - E:-x:"" ., .... , . --- ' I N K Q K 51 , as iiti S f X 5 I5 - EE A ,Q W THE MANY PROBLEMS . . . of the school fade into the Roy Pearse, presidentg Mr. Don Russell, secretaryg Mr. George background as the school board relaxes in the teachers' Logang Mr. PercyMilsterg anclRev.JohnNichols,vice-president. lounge. From LEFT TO RIGHT are: Mr. Morris Nunng Dr. Administration ynchronizes HW? School and A VARIATION OF TASKS . . . constitutes the busy schedule of Mr. C. H. Jones, super- intendent of Nevada schools. 5 E .Ex fi ...... gi i E CONTRAST . . . exemplifies the many varied duties of Mr. Garland Keithly. Although he is busy helping students with their problems, he finds time to Check the hall lockers. C 't THE HUB . . . ofthe school is the office and its staff. Kleetig Wirth, and Mrs. Virginia Wilhelmson Beginning a day's work are Mrs. Ruth Weltmer, Miss Mrs. Velma Allison KA-BJ Commerce Teachers Stimulate Mrs. Martha Armstrong lB.S.l American History -th. Mrs. Helen Barkell fB.S.,M.S.J Seventh Grade English and Literature - T ' F Mrs. Bernice Ball QMB., M.S.l Senior High Yom-al Musir- sw. ,,,,xr Mrs. Barbara Bennett Mr. Ray Bennett Mr. H. LL Brown fB.S.J lB.S.. M.S.l KB.S.l I Senior High Home Economies Cooperative Occupational Ed- Senior High IIlLlUSlI'li:llAI'IS ueation nders tanding t 5 z T- NQUEUA HBUENAS DIASU . . . repeats Mrs. liohhie Cregory as she. Urs. Mary Fisk. Hrs. Louise Chap- man. Nliss Donna Fisk. and Nlrs. Janice Gay ex- amine the new Spanish laboratory equipnient. .e Q as . wwf 5 X X N-X Mrs. Ada Cole fB.S.7 Eighth Grade English Vlrs. Marie liutner lH.S.. fNl.S.l Citizenship Mrs. Louis Pl! what 1 S. l IH l. II l . A X jyryylf QW W Devoted to the molding of students for college and for future success, the teachers of Nevada High School serve as the cornerstone of life. Through years of careful planning and preparation, they provide favor- able atmosphere for learning. They strive to encourage the student to think and to learn for himself. and to prepare him for his entrance into society. Thus. the faculty serves as a tie between the school and the community. Mrs, Olga llalirner lli.S.t Eighth Grade Social Studies Mr. Des Uehon l 3 9 l J I.. .. Mb. Driver Training, 21 AVOH ,fi Mr. Thomas Fe-czht Mrs. Omeda Erickson 18.5.1 Master Carpenter Junior High Home Er-onuinirs Building Tramlvs ,1,. - Miss Donna ,Io Fisk Mrs. Mary Fisk 1B.S.l 13.5.3 Spanish I, H. III Librarian Wim' Mr. Sam Finns Mr. Dun Fergusun 18.5.5 1B.S.l Emnnnniics, Suviulngy, Gvng- Junior High Science raphy. World History, and lVlissuuri History Wllemocracy Without Is H pocrisy Mrs. Janice Cay Nliss Sondra Gvhrs Mrs. Buhhic Crcgnry 1B.S.J 1B.S.l 13.5. MAJ English I Spovcll. Delizilrz Draniatics Biuluggy Education A i Q- 'Ulf' ' i "7"W""e 'Q l fl, 1, Nh: Lewin Hulhli' Mr. W. R, Hum1,lin.j,-. Mr. Bill Hin-s lB.S.7 HIS.. WSJ 1135.1 juiiini' High Sm-ivmc Eighth flruqlc- xIillill'lllilIi1'S Mir-altiuiial Agric-ulIur1- Without Lumtatwn, -.gr-wg' Miss Carnl Hurning lB.S.? English ll Mrs. Ethel Irwin fB.S.i ,lUIlilll'I'ligllv1lf'E:ll Nlusii- ,i.,Cm.,,MW, ANALYZING CURRENT EVENTS . . . lu pmvidv a hvtlzi 1 umle-rstandiug ui' lmluyl wurhl. is c-xc-iiiplifivil hy Wiss Rarlilm Mrs. Blltricr. Mrs. Ariiistiwnigg. and Nlr. l"vrg11smi. Mrs. Gail Kc-itllly lB.S.l Seventh Grade Girls Phys. Ed., Bookkeeping. and General Business v COLLEGE - BOUND SEN- IOR, . . . Helen Arnold, dis- vusses preparation plans with guidanve counselors. Mr. Wright. Mr. McKinley. and Mr. Reed. . 559W Hag, ,. ,A , 4 1' V '. 1 ' ' , ll" 1 L ' Z 1 g ,, H " ' W-.1 ' ' Mrs. Alphina Lf-e-dy lB.S.l Language Arts. S4-venlh and Eighth Grade- English and Math. Junior High Special Ed- ucation Mrs. Gail lN1C'flt'llCl3 lH.N.l School Nurse kan-v-M Rf' Education . in .. .. M., Wi , ,mg rs' . ,.. pens New 45? AFR! Mr. .lohn lVl0Kil1lGy Miss Molly Murphy Mr. ,lack Nelson Mrs. Lucille Petlibnn lB.S., lVl.S.l lB.S.J lB.A.J KBS., M.S.l Guidance Counselor Art l, II, lll. IV Chemistry and CeneralScienc f Eighth Grade Language Arts fr' Mrs. Myrtle- Pickens tB.S.. M.S.l Miss Pamela Porr tB.S.J English III Commercial Suhjf-Cls 55:13 Mr. Albert Quick lB.S., M.S.l Senior High Mathematics. Geo- metry und Trigonometry QR? Miss Gladys Radford Mr. Cerald RH-mx tB.s.m 'V 1B.S.m Wiorld History Sevvnth Grade Math Doors of Upportunit Mr. lVluurit-v R1-itor lB,S.t Sevvnth Gratlt- Arts and Crafts ! SN , LN . .K Q 5 Mrs. Ycru Homhach lB.S.l Algvhra I and Il , is X K I 1' ff 3 3 X ' 'ag' X- X r M fi X NBL- 54.45 Mr. Chris Svhwanz tB.A.. lVl.S.I General Sc-ic-nf'c and Physics 'Wwfrnr' A 'Vlrs-w. Lucille' Quick lB.S,l Seventh Grade Social Studie:-1 AQEFNUL in HN..-,gs Mr. Wayne Reed tB.S.. 51.5.3 llllllld-llfft' Counselor f iff Mr. ,lame-S Shannon HSS.. Nl.NI.t lnstrulnc-ntal Nlusiv Mr. Charlvs Shi-llun iB.S.l Psycliulugv anal Pliysical Eil- uraiiun Mr. William Truuskie lB.S.l ,luniur High Art wnfgw 'hon i r . .,,,. w Mrs. Marie Tuck iB.A.. M.S.l English ll, IV 'f Nlr. lairry 'l'c-slimui ilib.. MAJ 13.5.3 PllySll'Lll licliivaitimi and llrivvr Eiliic-utinii lVlrs. Bf'l'Illf'0 'llc-el Seventh Grarlc Languagv Arts 66Educati0n is the Apprenticeship of Life" - Willmott "Every man who rises above the com- mon level has mcseivml two cducations: the first frmn his teacliersg the Secoiicl. more personal and important, from him- self." . . . Edward Gibbon Mrs. Ruth Viiivtiil Nlr. Cliarlvs Wriglit Nlr. Bill Wynn iB.S.J KBS.. Nl.S.i 4B.S.. MSA Physiral llduvaliun Uuirlaiive lluunsc-lor llfiallli ancl l'l1ysir'alE1luL'aIi ' X xxx N0 MATTER . . . what thc- we-atllcr, nothing can keep the lmus drivers from their assigned routes. FRONT HOW: Stanley Butner. Bennie Hopkins. Arthur Null. Orval Null. Chris Schwanz. Rex Scoles, Bill McDonald. Howard Hulcunili. and Paul Turn:-r. ROW TVVO: ,Io Olson. Eileen Cllf'Slllll. Velma Leonard. Gerald Reece, Ed Wuodingtun. Ceuil Leer. Allen Cummings. jack Ne-as. Guy Headley, LeRoy Mm-Vivker. and R. N. Warren. ffs Provide Essential Services -,: xtk 1 1 - COUKS . . . begin to prepare unnthc-r unc nl' the-ir nourishing menus. From IEFT T0 RIGHT are: Mildred Attvlwry. Louvlla Fellows, Irene Wilheliilstirl, Gladys llurria-1, Geraldine Ogle. Virginia Shincllcr. Lucille Holcmnh. lIllllgf'IlK' Null. and Virginia Fletcllull. EQUIPPING . . . the new building tuok much of the custo- dians' time this year. Custodians, from LEFT TO RIGHT, are: Lester jones. L. L. Sandhuthe. James Havkney. Mrs. Homer Miller, and LeRoy Mf'Vicker. - -,aww :L ff , .yy X 5 , J ' Q55 . . NE M fm -Xi ,vw Pk A Six A L L ,,,. . t E N Q Nb 1 X 'J . ff QR" 5 s ,T-ff m si' 1' h ' .- 'T' . ff fs -1 f wi 5 1, ,Q 'Q X ,,x- ' ,F ix Vg , A,- ' K ff ' Y TI:-.X Fi? if Y X 1-""'fMx Rv f W 1 'ggi Y-1 ,gif "1 wi 'X ' 92 4 bw " ,1. , v ": f' Qf1"'v, , ie ?"f N H ' W' AME "" "fm Nw R . .-AN '1,,Ya.'4,,,,,3 gvx 5 K 'N' V ,EW .Q ' 1, Qsfxxx ' A "mc N X V kkffixx fn wif 7 Q xx! 'X AETLAEMQ tp A9 ALA fx' ififgzxa -b if 5. 5 bf X f. X .WC X XX N ,A ws Qi , xxx , ji F x ORGANIZATIONS It is the work of the Senior High Council to erect the foundation for better leadership. This year the council undertook the task of supporting a foreign exchange student. Care- ful planning and hard work were illustrated by the council in this project. The Senior High Council supplies modern ideas in advancing leadership, citizenship, and sportsmanship to the student body, who have a reflection upon the community. ,j 1.1524 WELCOME T0 NHS . . . Sakol A'Scott" Sorsena, foreign exchange student from Thailand, as he is introduced to Steve Howell. president, by Gladys Radford, sponsor. From LEFT TO RIGHT are: John Conway. treasurer, Jean Edwards, vice-president, Carol Nichols, secretary, Steve Howell. president, Gladys Radford. sponsor: and Scott Sorsena. Councils I llustrate the FRONT ROW: Ted Abele. Doris Hillier. Margaret Todd, Pam Nicodemus. Judy Emery, Judy Fletchall. Timmie McCann. Sue Dougherty, Susan Brown. Janet Wilson, Sue Ann Brown, and Doug Harris. ROW TWO: Larry Stevenson, Doug Gundy, Kim Vincent, Linda Dobson, Marvalee Collins, Bette Hendrix, Peggy Nelson. Jean Edwards. Carol Nichols, Pam Vincent. Janice Whitehead. Mary Burroughs. Julianne Kennedy. and David Jackson. ROW THREE: Roger Howell. Bob Garner, Joe l,oy. Steve Ogle. Tim W'vsong, Steve Howell. Sam Foursha, John Conway, Scott Sornsena, Ralph Klumpp, and Jim Nichols. From LEFT TO RIGHT are: FRONT ROW: Danny Overton. Marsha iNlcConnaugl1ey, ,loe Spencer, Del:-ne Dickason. Debbie Blackmore, ,lohn Stafford. janet Post, and Steve Moore. ROW TVVO: Steve Dahmer. Tom Cherry. Bill Rainey. Doug Walton. Todd Thorpe. Pat Metzker. Jim Stafford. and Sue Dailey. ROW' THREE: Ricky Peckman. Pam Chew. Randy Jadlot. Jana Ireland, Richard Roberts. Debbie Ireland. Bob Shearer and Shirley Kimzey. ROW FOUR: Don Hillier. Donna btark ,ludy Runyan, Mary Ann Denman. Butch Best. Bryan Breck enridge, Wayne Compton. Sue Curry, Suzanne Earnest and .lanie Mc-Dowell. Fundamentals of Government TAKING THE FINAL TALLY . . . are. from LEFT T0 RIGHT: Mary Ann Denman. vice-presidentg Bob Shearer. reporterg Bryan Breckenridge. presidentg Mr. Bill Hamblin. sponsor: Don Hillier, treasurerg Debbie Ireland. secretary. t I -Mt, s-.,t.,,.. The .lunior High Council works parallel with the Senior High Coun- cil in various school activities. The councilis sponsor, Mr. Bill Hamblin, depicts the importance of early gov- ernment leadership. Members of the council attend conventions to further their knowledge of leadership. With- in the school they put this leadership into action by helping to plan Anti- Van, helping in the White Christmas assembly, selling pencils. and by setting an example for the ,lunior High student body. "NOT TOO MUCH OFF THE TOP,' . . . says Scott, as he carefully instructs Mr. Twink Mathis ol' the Nevada Barber Shop. Y I PARTICIPATION . . . in the Studvnt governmc-nt at NHS bvcomes vital part ol'St-ottls 4-xlra-vurricular at-tivities. W Miva AWN' SCOTT'S MODE OF TRANSPORTATION . . . ht-rv in America rvsemblc-s the typv that is ustld in his own home 1-nuntry. Thailand. rx . FAMILY LIVING IN AN AMERICAN HOME . . . becwumcs realistic to Scott as he enjoys his home life with the Tom Thorpe family. i it l Qi L is T l . t l xx J 5 - 2 x l f 2 . . ft t 5, 2 Ei B I I 0-1 Scott Discovers America Made possible by the students and the com- munity. the Foreign Exchange Program was a complete success in bringing Scott Sornsena to America. Under the leadership of Miss Gladys Radford, the project was launched by the sell- ing of friendship bonds to members of the Stu- dent Body. The balance of the funds needed was allocated by the community. Nevada High School took much pride in its foreign exchange student. Scott became an honorary nicrnber of Student Council, vice- president ol' DeBarr Club, and a senior superla' tive. While Scott familiarized himself with the traditions of American life, the students of NHS discovered customs oflife in Thailand. Thus. Thailand did a lot for NHS this past year. It gave us a new friend. a passport to con- versational Asia. and best of all an opportunity to see ourselves as others see us. THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE . . . beconies more meaning ful to Scott as he receives instruction in his English Il class. La out-Cop -Deadline THE "DEADLINE IS TODAY . . ." is the cry many times before a yearbook is ready to be enjoyed by the many stu- dents who await its completion. The staff members with the assistance of the spon- sor, Mrs. Myrtle Pickens, worked dili- gently to make this an outstanding vehicle through which the activities of the school could be transmitted into the various homes of the community. Pickens. TAKING TIME-OUT . . . from daily routine are ,lohn Conway, assistant editorg Karen Svetler-ic, editor: and joe Bradham, school photographer. L... gt 'ff i s , . ay. . X. W .Q if to .E it E E W K' .'fr,:. ksw'w,.gwaq- J... --gg -.,, ---as ...W-1,6 . . ,,,r,,..,. Q -1:-" 'ill-2 1'-2 satis?-.S ii i? to ttt, -rf-ef' . . xr s 8 X ,N 3 , as 5. fi. . fi 2 X di LEARNING THE DIFFERENT FACETS . . . of amassing a yearbook are shown by the NEVAMO staff members. From LEFT T0 RIGHT are: Peggy Perkinsg Connie Eslingerg Karen Svetlecic, editorg Peggy Nelsong Mike Haggansg Gary Worrellg John Conway. assistant editor: and Sharon Rose. INDEXING NAMES . . . seems a never ending task for the sponsor, Mrs. Myrtle Journalism haracterizes rimson and Gra taff Solicited twice each month, the news- paper is published by capable staff mem- bers, who do their work each morning before school. Under the supervision of Mrs. Marie Butner, the staff covers school activities, sells advertising. and writes editorials. It is the intention of all the staff members to reveal the CRIMSON AND GRAY as a more enlightening and enjoy- able newspaper. MEETING THE DEADLINE . . . and getting the paper out are shown by efficient CRIMSON AND GRAY staff mem- bers. FRONT HOW: Connie Neill. Debi Reed, Shelia Meritt, WORKING DILIGENTLY . . . to put out a compact paper every two weeks are. from LEFT TO RIGHT: Carol Nichols, assistant editorg Pam Vincent, editorg and Mrs. Marie Butner, sponsor. ,- .4 Cheryl Smith. and Suzie Pascoe. ROW TNVO: .lim Owen. Terry Arthur. james Novak, lime Earnest. Joe Loy, Jim Affllllf- .latte Foster, Toni Allen, .ludy Emery, and Judy Vfalter. Scholarship Excels APPLICATION T0 STUDIES . . . 1-am he at rewarding lmnm' ROVV TVVO: Carol Ni:-hols. Karen Svetlec-itz Palm Vim 4 nl as iillllllli hy tht- 'llip 1094 ul' the Sn-niur cfhiss. TIN- sliuienls. ,Iuhn fimiwuy. Wiki- Hugggans. Suzie Past-iw. lleun Ifdwmi fruit: l.lCl"'l' TU KICIIT. ure: FROVI' HOW: Ginger llhidiieii. Judith N'Ir'Vivk4-r. and Barham Atlziiiis. Peggy Nelsmi. M1i1ei'eaii'si-. Limla lllll'Ilt'f'ix1'l4.Lllllijlllif Wa EXTENSIVE STITDY AND LIBRARY RE- SEARCH . . . have plum-ii Nlike liaggguns and lluiwml Niviiuis at thempt1t'tlwi1-t-hiss.Nlikf-. xult'fii1'I41i'iuii. and burial,sull1lattvi'1zti1,luuktulii1'ti1I111'z-uithhrigllt lwpt-s. fi St-lmlarship has heeuine a nieaningfui word to the tmp ranking Seniors. By setting a high goal and achieving it, the Top 10411 have the feeling of aceoinplishment. The Class rank is determinecl on the Cnnipietiun of Seven semesters of high Scfiionl work. Delerniination and stuciious habits are some of the qualities possessed by the Top 1061. These Students realize the in1po1'tanc'e for future preparation of life and have begun laying that fnundatimi. lfllflRAIITERIZINIJ SIYIIUIARSHIP. I,E1flIIERSllll'. 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Kay S111-11:-1-1'. l,LlIIl Xi11c'1-111. llllt'!'jl Smith. and .lucly EHll'l'j. KUVQ TWO: Sllillhll Nlmrkflfvcn. Sally K1'al't. Curul Ni:-l111ls.1Ii111 fs-gi' Ls- . S l,Wl'Il. lw'llll'l 5I11H111'1l. l.1l1111l ll1111wl111I1ls'1'. l.1111la1 'Xll'XllIIll1'I'. llllllgl f,11111lx. 11111511-1' l,l111l1l1-11. 1311111111 l'l4llIlQll'l'. 11111l K1lI'l'll Sxvllz-1-iv, HOXX 'l'llHl'1IC. .lL11liIl1 Yll'xlK'lxl'I'. Suxim- l lg1'l'II1llIl. AIl'illl l'.1lw111'1lw. N i 'QF-5' . n Q !f 1'I11.ls.11111l Nlikf-H11g1g1111 ay 6- KM-, N. lgl'1'Ill xlk'll1lt'Illlilll. Pvggy N1-Iwn. "1 'vm-. .l11l111 l.u11xs11y. .l1111 Lux. l.1'111g l3411'l1111'11 X1l11111Q. ,lurlx XXillll'I. .lllll ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS . . . of the Thespians environment are comedy and tragedy, HAMLET, a Thespian pin. make-up. the Thespian pledge and gavel, and a play book. IMPROVINC . . . their art ability is the goal of the members of DeBarr Club. FRONT ROW: Miss Molly Murphy, sponsorg Bob Schyler, secretary-treasurerg ,lim Mesplay, presidentg Scott Surn- sena, vice-presidentg Linda Slone, reporterg and Nan Brown, his- torian. ROW TWO: Beth LaGuire, Peggy Perkins, Bette Hendrix, Kay McLaughlin, Arlene Kutina, and Barbara Smith. Fine A rts Emanate Culture 'Inn THESPIANS STRIVE . . . In avt wx-ll their parts. FRONT ROW: Pam Vincent, trvasurerg Miss Sondra Cehrs, spunsorg Timmiv McCann, secretaryg Paula Stafford. prvsidentg Ginger Gladden. historian: and Je-an Edwards. vice--pri-sidvlit. ROW TWO: Jim Cox. rvpnrtf-rg Cunniv Stum-1 Linda Hnrlle-1-kr-rg Kay Nli'I.i.lllQ1,hIill1:Alil"ll Palmer. ROW THREE: Miki- Haggansg Anne- Pe-arsv: Dm-bi RH-dz Mary Burroughs: and Steve- Huwvll. ROW FUUR: Sl:-vv Eiffvrt: john Wulfe-3 Nivkie G1-ary: and Barbara M4-Hvyiwlmls. PRIDE AND SATISFACTION . . . are reflected in the face of Peggy Perkins as she admires the King Trophy, awarded to her by the Art Association for outstanding art work. Representing the Art Clubs of Bolivar, El Dorado Springs, Pierce City, Stockton, Willow Springs, Springfield, and Nevada, each year the Southwest Missouri Stu- dent District Art Association holds a convention displaying the creative art work of the various schools. Selected art work from the convention is placed in the Traveling Art Exhibit. The high- lights of the convention include the elec- tion of officers and the presentation of trophies. Last year, representing Nevada, Beth LaGuire was chosen president of the Association and Peggy Perkins re- ceived the King Award and two small trophies. This year Nevada was host to the third annual art convention. A rt Assoclatwn VIEWING POSTERS . . . created by the art students are Miss Molly Murphy, sponsorg Beth LaCuireg and Peggy Perkins. gS- P-s.....,a-f A .s r. Q 'NSF' ESTUDIANTES BILIENGUES, . . . meaning "students of two languages." is the name of the new Spanish Club. Making use of the new equipment, from LEFT TO RIGHT, are: Craig Beeman. program chairman: Vicki Pettibong Judy Walter. tudents Gain UNDERSTANDING CHEMICAL MIXTURES . . . is an important asset for Science Club officers. as they observe Mr. Sam Fine and Mr. Levon Haller, sponsors. From LEFT TO RIGHT are eighth grade officers: Charles Mohler. vice-pres' lui presidentg John Denman, Ginger Gladden. secretarystreasurerg Peggy Nelson, vice-presidentg David Wialkerg Miss Donna Fisk, sponsorg Gregg Sterettg Willa Schnoebeleng Wilma Hawkins: Frances Krause, and Mary Jadlow. Knowledge identg Francis Iiamore. secretary-treasurerg Debbie Ireland president, and seventh grade officers: Debbie Lathrop, sec retary-treasurer, Doug Walton, president: and Carl Pokorny vice-president. if 5 Q s s i 2 2 5 MATH CLUB MEMBERS . . . work to improve their knowledge of mathematical mysteries. FRONT ROW: Roger Tyer. Sue Greer, and Anne Pearse. ROW TWO: Kelly Collier and Larry Whiteside. ROW THREE: Sharon lVlcAdoo, Sherril Johnson, and Mr. Albert Quick, sponsor Mr. Albert Quick, sponsor of the Math Club. proves to be the combining element of the club. Math, Science, and Photo Clubs stimulate minds to the better understanding of scientific matters. Members of the Science Club, sponsored by Mr. ,lack Nelson, take part in many activities which help broaden their scientific knowledge. These activities include taking various field trips, attending the an- nual science fair held in Springfield each year, and conducting experiments in the laboratory. Equations, theorems, and geometric figures con- stitute the vocabulary of the members of the Math Club. These students, under Mr. Albert Quick, meet regularly to work on various kinds of mathematical problems. The Photo Club, under Mr. Chris Schwanz, at- tempts to educate its members with the fundamentals of photography. They take part in the entire pro- cesses of developing pictures and also strive to develop better techniques for themselves. nlimited K nowledga PROCRESSINC IN THEIR KNOWLEDGE . . . of photography are the Photography Club members From LEFT T0 RIGHT are: Tom Simmons, Mr. Chris Schwanz, sponsor, John Wcilfeg and Ralph Pokorny Showing how a chemical reaction takes place is Mr. Jack Nelson, sponsor of the Science Club. Sponsoring the Photog- raphy Club, Mr. Chris Schwanz works many extra hours in prepara- tion for the elub's activ- ities. Through Research BUILDING SCIENTIFIC INTERESTS . . . is the main purpose of the Science Club. FRONT ROW: Jim Owen, David Walker, Kelley Collier, Anne Pearse, Judy Emery, Larry Whiteside, Sherril John- son, Sharon lVlcAcloo, and Brent Mendenhall. ROW TWO: Craig Beeman, Gary Worrell, Roger Tyer, and Lowell Pryor. C.0.E. MEMBERS . . . find it quite pleasant to learn and earn at the same time. FRONT ROW: Velma Williams, Shelia Saathoff, Ginger Gladden, Judy Fletchall, Kay Spencer, Karen Svetlecic, Linda Hornecker, Joanna Phillips, Kerry Baucom, Elaine Ireland, Joanna Crawford, Billie Clark, Judith Mc- Vicker, and Elaine Robinson. ROW TWO: Terry Covington, Jo Ed McReynolds, Pat Price, Helen Arnold, Diane Moberly, Debbie Renfro, Suzie Pascoe, Carol Harpold, Linda Slone, Mike Duncan, Jim Harper, Mike Null, David Ewan, and Mr. Ray Bennett, sponsor. ROW THREE: Ronnie Withrow, Ronnie Crosswhite, Doug Allard, Roy Brown, Steve Culbertson, Gerald Cox, Frank Agee, Terry Hackworth, Scotty Doolin, Bob Adams, Jim Hensley, Mike Marlatt. C.0.E. and Commercial C.O.E., short for Cooperative Occupa- tional Education, proves to be a linking factor between the school and the com- munity. Its main purpose is to prepare its members for the enormous world of LIBRARY EXPERI- ENCE . . . is gained by Linda Hornecker as she efficiently reshelves books in their 'respective places. TRANSACTING C.0.E. BUSI- NESS . . . keeps the officers con- stantly on the go. From LEFT TO RIGHT are: Judy Fletchall, presi- dentg Kay Spencer, secretary, Shelia Saathoff, viceapresidentg and Ginger Gladden, reporter. business. The club, sponsored by Mr. Ray Bennett, participates in many ac- tivities throughout the school year. These activities all contribute to the knowledge of the business world. E The Commercial Club, sponsored by Miss Pamela Porr, strives to interest students in the field of business. To qualify for membership, one must be enrolled in one of the secretarial courses. Many of their activities include reports on new business advancements and the opportunity to take various field trips. Members also have the chance to become acquainted with the many business ma- chines used in the business world. '11 'WT LEARNING . . . typing techniques is an important asset to Commercial Club officers. From LEFT TO RIGHT are: Helen Arnold, presidentg Roxanna Wilson, program chairman: Karen Svetlecic, treasurerg Miss Pamela Porr, sponsor, Kay Spencer, secretary: and Terry Covington, reporter. lubs Develop areers WORKING . . . to increase their knowledge in business educa- tion are the Commercial Club members. FRONT ROW: Linda Carroll, Terry Covington, ,Io Ed McReynolds, Elaine Robison, Elaine Ireland, Vicki Anders, Dorothy Koder, and Velma 2 Williams. ROW TWO: Helen Arnold. Diane Moberly, Billie Clark, Judith McVicker, Karen Svetlecic. Joanna Crawford. Kay Spencer, and Roxanna Wilson. .Q .5 9 ' TT' T . A ,A 1 xi A . J FRONT ROW: Nancy Nallg Rita Allen, reporterg Linda Lof- quest, treasurer: Judith McVickcr, prcsidentg Connie Neill vice-presidentg Shelia Meritt, secretaryg Joanna Crawford historian: Loretta Browng and Penny Diggins. ROW TWO Sandra Sparksg Helen Hillg Barbara Adamsg Vicki Pettibon Claudia Beemang Judy Walesg Paula Petersong Shirley Dulierg 1 May Shumakerg Becky Bestg and Judy Flynn. ROW THREE: Lois Cavanaughg Connie Pulliam: Marilyn Brittinghamg Nan Browng Debbie Venter: Sharon Wintersg Jeanne Zoglmanng Mable Waltzg Helen Suottg Lillian Calving and Rose Mary Waltz. Girls with a Goal FASHION BECOMES . . . an exciting variation in the yearis activities for Shelia Meritt, Nancy Nall, Connie Neill, Judith McVicker, Joanna Crawford, and Helen Hill. To provide valuable training for the man- agement of tomorrowis homes is the main objective of the Future Homemakers of America. This experience is accomplished through class work and organizational ac- tivities under the direction of Mrs. Barbara Bennett. These activities include various banquets, such as the Mother-Daughter Ban- quet and Style Show presented in the spring. Future Farmers receive recognition for agricultural skills gained through events of the year. With their sponsor, Mr. Bill Hires, they participate in judging contests, conventions, and attend the American Royal. Providing a change of pace during the summer months, the boys get together for swimming parties, hayrides, and over- night camping trips. THE MODERN MILKING MACHINE . . . and its importance is stressed by Mr. Bill Hires, sponsor, to FFA officers. From LEFT T0 RIGHT are: Everett Sikes, Rodney Loomer, Morris Klotz, Rickie Head- ley, David Livingston, ,iohn Spillman, Ross Yordy, Mr. Bill Hires, and Larry Carton. Future Agriculturists FRONT ROW: Dennis Renfro, Rodney Loomer, Larry Carton. Everett Sikes, Ross Yordy, Morris Klotz, Rickie Headley. Dennis Livingston, Bob Hornecker, and Ronnie Crosswhite. ROW TWO: Larry Thomas, Linnard Loomer, Dennis Fisher, Larry Chadd, Lawrence Daniels, Blaine Griggs, Bill Fritter, Wiley Mm'Vicker, and ,lim Dilly. ROW THREE: Gary Smith, Marvin Carlson. Dennis Smith, Lynn Welch, Bob Adams, Bill Herren. ,lim Harper, Lee Pike, Scotty Doolin, and Walter MeNeeee. ROW FOUR: Ray Shumaker, Terry Carlson, Lee Welch, Robert Johnson. Jim Harpel, Earl Spillman, Terry Mcilonnaughey, Jan Longstreth, and Mike Kutina. ROW FIVE: Bennie Salkil, Everett Wolfe, Bill Spaur, Dan Dilly, Roger Mather. Glenn Chadd, Roy B1iss.John Spencer, ,Iimmy McGraw, Jimmy McVicker, and Ted Abele. 5 . 5 -1? A. 3 LEADERSHIP . . . seems to be fulfilled as Ginger Gladden directs a discussion in one of the earlier meetings of FTA FTA - Instructors o Tomorrow T0 SERVE . . . the teachers seems to be the general consensus of the FTA officers, as Mrs. Myrtle Pickens and Mrs. Omeda Erickson, FTA sponsors, look on. FRONT ROW: Connie Eslinger, vice-president, and Ginger Gladden, president, ROW TWO: Marja Perkins, secretaryg Deanna Carlini, parlia- mentariang Jane Foster, reporter, Cheryl Smith, treasurerg and Judy Emery, historian. Aa-f The chance to explore the many as- pects of teaching is given to those stu- dents who belong to the Future Teachers of America. The sponsors, Mrs. Myrtle Pickens and Mrs. Omeda Erickson, not only supervise the many and varied ac- tivities ofthe organization, but also pro- vide members with ideas on teaching from their many years of experience. ln- cluded on the organizati0n's agenda for the year are a drive for new members climaxed by a cookout, the observance of Teaching-Career Month in April, and Senior Day on which senior club mem- bers visit and observe classroom sessions to learn more about the teaching field of their choice. FTA, then, fulfills a basic need in the extra-curricular ac- tivities of NHS. areful Driving - ,X aves Lives ll 'M "WHAT NEXT?" . . . get-ms to A ' be the question as Mr. Des Dehon plans Auto Safety Club activities. EAGER ANTICIPATION . . . is ever present as Auto Safety Club members leave on their annual trip to Kansas City. FILMS PROVIDE . . . a major portion of the- criteria for thc Auto Safety Club. Thi- office-rs examining the- film. projector are: Pain Nico dc-mus. secretary: Larry Cragg. reporter: Mr. Des lla-hon, sponsor Larry Stevenson, vice-presidcntg and Bob Garner. president. . A Promoting an awareness of safety on the M f highways is the primary objective of the Auto Safety Club. Under the supervision of Mr. Des Dehon, this objective is carried out through films, lectures, and actual driving situations. An annual trip to the Auto Show in Kansas City highlights the clubis activities for the year. P v r' - , Tmlmn 1 ID fav. ' EAGER . . . tin' their pa1'ti1'ipntiun in c-ity guvernrnent ure. limin l.hil7'l' TU RIGHT. FRONT ROW: Pain Yineent. Judy l'iIlll'I'y. l.indu llrwiiec-kei'. Kay Spf-nc'ei'. Nlary Blll'I'4tllQllF. Kerry Hain-fmt. ind .Indy Fletvlnill. ROW TYVU: Hivkie Hvadlf-y'. Bill rlilinrpv. Ralph Kluinpp. Twin Sf-lilyf-r. Steve Howell. Chris Wlliitellead. and David Ewan. ROW 'l'HRlQl'i: Judy' Walter. Sinn Fuurslia. ,lnlin finn- Wily. Mika- llagzgzins. Nlurk Lee-dy. ,lui-k W illiznns. Craig lien-inan, BI't'I1l NIPllllK'I1llEill.21Y1llfil9llf'l Lniigwurtli. Government Through the Studenfs Eye 50 L..4 EXPERIENCE IN AMERICAN C0V7ERtNlJWfEiNlT . . . is the purpose nl' the Nlziywr- for-u-Day' ItI'ttklPl'l. bhown. its they prepare lm' Ihc- .ntntll lily iuniivil session. ure. SICPXTICIJ: Steve lluwoll lNluy'or Pm 'lim-ntl. Nlnywn' llunn-1' lfllis. Juhn Conway lXluy'm't, Brent xIt'IlllCIlllL1ll.,llIily Flatt-hall. und Chris Wltitf-hvafl For the eleventh year. the NHS " , Sl'Ill1,tI'Hlgll Student Cuuneil spun- sored the Mayor-for-a-Day project. This aetivity' gives Senior High students the opportunity' to file lin' eity' offices and to gain in lead- ership ability. The five c-ounc-ihnen are eleetecl hy' the student lmdy' , and then in turn appoint students to exeetltvjolvs in City' gnverntnent. Tltfttllgllftlll the day' the students i work with the eity' officials. and. tit L1 hlnchenn. they t'ep1n't their ex' pf-rienees. Later that night. the i'0llIll'lllI'1f'H partir-ipate in an avtual mum-il meeting wlif-rv thc-y' learn the tlieeltainiesnli1'ity'guve1'r1- nient. 'l'ln'wng:li this pmgruiii sill- dents gain valuulxle insight into the uperntion mln 4lL'lll1lf'I'Lllll' gm'- ernnient within their uwn snnill tuwn. Ncvaclat. Nlissnnii. Conventions Preparation or Future Cunventitnis are essential to any scliunl in that they llvrin the hasis ItPK'PSSdt'y tn evolve- C'llt1I'E1t'- teristic-s of lc-aclersliip. 'lqlirntigli active- partivipatimi in tht-sv vari- ous cwmve-iitimis. the partivi- pants van and do Carry but-lx to their fellow students valuable kimwletlge. This kiwwlcxlgv is grained by sliuring itleias with fel- low delegates mpre-sc-ritiiig the many sections ul'ul1i'State.'l1l1us, the entire sm-liuol liemnnes the riclter. and a he-ttf-r iindvrstaml- ing is dc-vc-lnpml. MAKING LAST MINUTE PREPARATIONS. . . . Ginger Cluiltlmi pine '1 vaiiiipuiglii lunlgt- on ,luilx ltiiwlw. ,lu:lx. running l'Ul'Sl'f'I'1'lllI'f nl' the Ilistiirl F'l'X at tlii- nie:-ting tu ln- he-ltl in Fpringfie-lil. Nlissmiri. eluglwly airilivipiitr-S tht- vlntllviigr- Sa my L' . 3 it X S ,,t, t,t.ti2,. A FEW .MOMENTS . . . nf relaxation are Plljttsvtl hy T4-nl Alwle- and RE:WlN1SCINC . . . thv vailuiihle kiimslwltlf' Wilt-3 Nlvx ivkc-1' as the-3 await Illviiwlc-pa1't11i'e tu lfnluinhiu wlivre tln-y glililwil ill Illf' DtSlI'if'l 5IU4lPItt litlllllvil lifllle will alttentl the State l"l".'X limivmitimi to he held Xpril '71-23, u-nliwn llvltl ill SttVll'illil9l'l- Nliwlllii- HW -lU'l5 I1'I'f untl ,lr-an Etlwurtls. Nffwitltik stmlvnl cwiiiiivil tlvlegtm-S, 51 i RELAXING NUIV, . . . liul 1-agm-ily amlivipailiiigi the niysterivs Csniwuy. Sm-nity llc-Claim. Nlark l.f'l'Ily. Mikel Hugglzins. Craig llial lin- alia-ml fm' tlivm at SYilI'I't'l1Sl7llI'QL. llu- l'epi'Pw11lulix'es lo B1'v1iiaii.uii1l l.l'lLlllfl llmisclmlilvix Huy! Slulc- uwuil their bus. l'lI'HlN liEl"T T0 Hl1LlI'l'ure: ,lull ii l Honors and Awards UNE OF THE GREATEST HONORS . . . zlcliievc-Ll ut WHS is bving sf-lemefl as wprs-seiitutivi-S ln atteml Girls' Sian- 211 Columbia. Hafli- antly. Paula Slafliml and Peggy Nel- sun rm-1-ivv this appuimmenl lrmii Mr. Gai-Iuml K4-itllly. principal. mf 'rs '?""iv CLASS LEADERS. .... If-an liclwardsz111dJul111 Co11way.11rPtl1c- 11-1-ipic-11ls11l'the l1ig1I14-st11111111111vail11l1l1-lou S1-11i111'sl111l1-111atIl14-N1-1111l11llig1l15c'l1111-I.'I'l11-1111111'1l is lmsc-ml4111vlzlsslwlmlc-1'sl11p. Nl'I'VlI'l' lllltl Nl lltllilfilllll 1111 lwuulIl14-1ll1allIl4-s1'11il- siclc-1'1-4l XN'lll'll lu-i11g11111111i11a1t1-fl lay ilu- S1-11i111'1-lun Llllll 1-ln-1-In-rl by llll' l-Llt'llllf. Bring Reco nition DORIS HILLIER . . . is slnmn ll'LlYlIlg l'411',lHfl'1-1-1111 fiily ul1e-1'f- slu- 11ill1'e-p1-1-sf-111 Nc-vaula HigI1S1-lnml i11 the iillllllill 941pI111111u1'1- l'ilg1'i11111g11-. 'l'l11- trip 1-nnsists ul' tu111'i11g1 Il1f- va1rim1s slulm- lmuilclinggs. IllPSt'I'Vlllg II11 lr-gislaturv i11 sn-ssiml. and lIlt't'llllg tlu- ci1JVl4I'llllI'UfNllSSlll1I'l. A l l K. xxx BETTY CRUCKER AWARD . . . is lmy lilly Wim- as Ll I'l'NLllI ul 111-l1i1-11-1111-111g i11 l1u1111-11111l1i11g. attaim ln: 1-x1-1-Ile-d fm. SENIOR HIGH CHORUS OFFI- CERS . . . plan varied activities throughout the year. From LEFT TO RIGHT are: Helen Arnold. lean Ed- wards. Connie Stone. Ginny McClain, Curt Trainor, Joanna Phillips, .ludy Walter. Charles Simpson. ,lack Ras- mussen. Kerry Baucom, and Ellen Scott. CHORUS DIRECTORS . . . Mrs. .lerry lrwin and Mrs. Bernice Ball, plan entertaining concerts and assem- blies. Musical entertainment is provided by both the Junior and Senior High Choruses, which offer much enjoyment for both the school and the community. These musical groups par- ticipate in concerts, school assemblies, and spring festivals. Mrs. Bernice Ball and Mrs. Jerry Irwin find it a pleasure to Work with their respec- tive groups in the new Junior High Chorus addition, which was completed for occupancy prior to the opening of the school term. FROM REGULAR CLASS WORK . . . activities to after kept quite busy. Mrs. Bernice Ball. directing the chorus. find school rehearsals. the members ofthe Senior High Chorus are her work beneficial in developing character. Chorus t, Qhi Q - - Q 5 st ft., , 55 4- -- S ,.. Having a speeial department for ,Iuniur High Chorus this year Training their voices early beeumes an impurt has greatly increased the efficiency nl' the vor-al department. members. ant asset to the P M l d . E I t ' I Learning the fundamentals ul' music is the basic interest of Mrs. Jerry Irwin the members provide pleasant programs for Junior High Chorus members. Under the capable direction of assemblies and also participate in enneert work. sg 5 f S5 .Q A .E QW iff. S rx I K A e t f tg' Qi Y A if , L ' K' if sewes 1 X ., f s i " Q l 1 ' ' s M - ' "3 3' it Q as e. ' if s , , i l K ii " 5 mt' 1 f l - " ' K f ' i ' " -i f-V, i . X - K5 , - 'S . it . we it . .- Q. - - 1 ' ,Q ex wk X w ' ., J ' i 'fe p s 1 I f' 5 es 56 L...M CRESCENDOES ENJOY . . . the new grand piano which was added to the music department this year. From LEFT TO RIGHT are: Bob Hornecker, Larry Walton, Ralph Po- korny, Herman Webb. Steve Culbertson, ,lean Edwards, Brenda Agee, Judy Walter, Helen Arnold, Deena Divine Connie Stone. Linda Horneeker, and Debbie Mitchum. The "elite corps" best describes the Cres- cendoes of Nevada High School. Under the direction of Mrs. Bernice Ball, the Cres- cendoes contributed much to the numerous assemblies and programs at NHS. This group played a major role in the concerts held during the Christmas season and during the spring, in conjunction with the Senior High Band. Also, many of its members at- tended the District Music Festival at Spring- field, where they received high ratings and gained the privilege of competing in the State Music Festival at Columbia. NHS is honored to have an Helite corpsi' with such eminent musical abilities. Music Promotes Harmon RECORDING . . . provides a means for later evaluation, as Judy Johnson, Mike Weber, and Mike Null will testify. lf- , . 57 CHECKING SIZES AND CONDITION . . .is a tedious task of the new band instructor, Mr. Shannon. With the guidance of the new band in- structor, Mr. James Shannon, Nevadais marching and concert band had another suc- cessful year as an instrumental group. The different functions carried on by the band are playing at pep assemblies, half-time per- formances at football games, Christmas and Spring Concerts, and playing in parades. The band is an essential part in the year-round activities at Nevada High School. Marching and Concert Band wmszzluaslmQawarzmwf . zizffizasmswmmfa5.t:4ztf:,f:?f:4:fe'Q L ff- t S PUTTING ON A HALF-TIME SHOW . . . at home- conference games is the duty nl' Wayne Cowan. Drum Majur, and Marilyn Wacle. Drum Majnrettc-. Assisting them. from LEFT TO RIGHT. are twirlers Margaret Todd, Kayanna Pace. Janice Tlwmpsun, l,inda Alvxander. Linda Shepcrd. and Vicki Lovke. Displays Unique Talents TAKING A BREAK AT HALF-TIME . . . from LEFT T0 RIGHT are: Barbara Holland. Linda Alexander. ,lim llcnslvy, and Allan Palme-r. Tigerettes I ntensi y PRECISION ACCURACY . . . signifies the "B" Cheerleaders as they execute each movement with split-second timing. From LEFT TO RIGHT are: Carolyn Nichols, head cheerleaderg Angela Amesg Diane Diczkasong Debby Norris, assistant-head cheerleaderg Sue Anne Browng Janet Wil- song Sandra Stumpg and Marylynn Baueom. School plrlt ENTHUSIASM BUILDS CONFIDENCE . . . as ' the Tigerettes strive to do all they can to support the Tigers toward victory. l CLARIFYING THE RESPONSIBILITIES . . . of each Tigerette officer are Mrs. Gail Keithly, sponsorg and Shelia Saathoff, president. Eagerly absorbing this information are: FRONT ROW: Linda Dobson, assistant secretaryg Judy Johnson. treasurerg and Marvalee Collins. viceepresident. ROW TWO: Roxana Wilson, reporter: Mary Shearer. historiang Janice Whitehead, parliamentariang and Timmie McCann, secretary. FUN BUT FRIGHTENING . . . is the ery of Connie Stone as she and Wilma Hawkins struggle to decorate the goal posts for an exeiting home game. Spirit Specialists l Pam Vincent Patti Bain Peggy Nelson feb'-kim Deanna Carlini Paula Stafford Mary Burroughs All-school Cheerleader Bette Hendrix Assistant All-school Laurel Fuller BASIC SKILL . . . is the fundamental iaw ofa cheerleader as demonstrated by the Junior High squad. From LEFT TO RIGHT are: Deiene Dick- asong Mary Susan Browng Vicki Atkinson, head cheerleaderg Debbie Irelandg Nan Braswell: ,Ianith Starkg Pam Chewg and Marcia McCon- naughey. Sweater Club - Incentive or Victor SWEATER CLUB . . . intensifies the desire for victory during Bernice Teei, the club sponsors many worthwhile activities each athletic event. Under the competent leadership of Mrs. 5 i E 5 i I Eg v 1 1 k Q V ' X i 1 L. f n 'r I wk- X., ,fag ,A W 1 EM? r V P V Win.. I . ,ff A Qifxsrfxi, .V 1, kk' XX ki fx. , i n ,, y bww IM W V , wwf' V1 W I f X 2 , V ? A 5 'A V ry as Q' 1,1 -"'-W ' ' ' ' , 'VN Q. 1 ' - V ' '37 "A 4 1 , M s. 1 f - .' 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U V - VH mf, V- ATHLETICS -. . 4-J "A" TEAM . . . FRONT ROW: Jack Williams, Larry Vaughn, and Steve Sparks. ROW TWO: John Denman, Robbie Holmes, Mike Haggans, Les Remmington, Steve Ogle, John Merrell, Leland Householder, Mike Metzker, Randy Fellows, Mike THREE: Coach Moe Cotter, Tim Wysong, Sam Foursha, Kirk Stewart, Jim Owen, Larry Kerr, Carry Elsworth, Doug Pettibon, Jack Payne, Chris Whitehead, Jim Earnest, Mark Nicholas, Larry Householder, Lowell Pryor, Roger Tyer, David Ewan, Larry Stevenson, Jim Olson, and Coach Chuck Shelton. Williams, John Haggans, Rodney Loomer, Bill Thorpe, Leslie Kerr, Charlie Jadlot, Bill Olson, and Steve Howell. ROW Backbone of the CGA" Team- Starting the season with an inexperienced team, the Tigers improved week by week and in so doing won five of their last six games to tie for fourth place in the Big Ten Conference. Nevada opened the season with a non- conference game against Odessa. The teams battled to a scoreless tie until the final minutes of the game when Odessa scored. In the next three games, the Tigers met tough competition as they played Aurora, Mt. Vernon, and Lamar, the teams that finished first, second, and third in the conference. Aurora's passing attack proved to be too much for the Tigers as it did for all of the Houn'Dawgs' opponents. The Tigers- played a tough game against Mt. Vernon, only to lose again because of passing. For the traditional Silver Tiger game, the Tigers traveled to Lamar where they lost "Oscar," after a hard-fought contest. After being behind 19 to 6 at the half, the fighting Tigers roared back to Whip A TEAM Webb City 20 to 19. ln the next two games the Nevada Tigers held their opponents Nevada 0 Odessa 7 scoreless, to defeat Neosho 13 to 0 and Nevada 13 Aurora 30 Cassville 27 to 0. The Carthage game was a Nevada 7 ML Vernon 25 frustrating experience as Nevada lost 7 to 6. N d 14 L 25 The Tigers finished the season by maul- eva a amar , ing their last two opponents. Carl Junction Nevada 20 Webb CIW 19 was first to fall with a score of 52 to 19. At Nevada 13 Neosho 0 Homecoming, the last game of the year, Nevada 27 Cassville 0 the Seniors ended their football careers by annihilating Monett 52 to 7. 11323332 53 gggliifction 13 Nevada 52 Monett 7 CRASHINIJ OVER . . . for a vital 6 points is l,arry Householder, following a lmluvk made hy fullback .lim Olson. This combination wurkvd tim? and again during the ye,-ar for the Nvvada Tigr-rs. Z 3' 5 R YL e Coaches he i g i X X fl S3 sf 2 l A T , Xmsf ' ll 5 ,IUBILATIUN FILLS THE FIELD HOUSE , . . aft:-1' the Tig:-rs urine from lu-- llind In lwal WlI'lDll 20 lu l9. SUCCESS IN FOOTBALL . . . is not a Friday night, but a thousand man-hours of swf-al on thc' praclim' liivld. This is evidvnl as S1-niur taCklvs Ir- land Households-r and Nlilw Haggans squarv nfl' in unc- ol' many luotball drills. iPhoto hy jerry Nlosierl 67 ,...A ,, y, 68V kJ... "THIS IS WHERE FOOTBALL PLAYERS ARE MADE," are the famous words of Line Coach Moe Cotter. The starting Tiger linemen for the '65 season demonstrate the winning form that made them one of the best in the cone W .aw ference. In the background looms Logan Field, the battle- ground for the fighting Tigers. From LEFT TO RIGHT are: Les Remington, Leland Householder, Randy Fellows, Robbie Holmes, Mike Metzker, Mike Haggans, and Steve Ogle. Tigers Place 4th in ig Ten David Ewan Senior Guard Mike Haggans Most Inspirational Player Honorable Mention- All Conference Senior Tackle Leland Householder Lineman of the Year First Team All Conference Senior Tackle ji if at .S to '11 3 t ML aw C A ttlr to f A . f 1 f V ,ff . Q A12 " f, ,w , . f g, sz1 , ,- . W A ,,t., L gg all - 45, ,, -. . M, ,'.w,,.W, 1' , 5 "W2'5'E'5l-fix: 'f"?Ti' 7 1- V -' ',,:1fzL4'.'N..vsr,5 4' -4J"fvi"W 'N ....- at ts, , H- . ff .1 "- : 1 Q ' N .NM - ':f'3'-t I---ti-shi. w .f " Z-is I - 1. t .,t.i,f, 1- ' he-..1 .. f ik: '95 -E , :- "11'f":': . ,"i-P' ' k..: 3 Z ,rlb :..,, I V Q syn .:,3,gS:':.,,Melif' 'L a if .Q ,Q ' ' tw f',f-:'.,.5,, Les Remington Senior End Bill Thorpe Senior Tackle Chris Whitehead Team Captain Senior Quarterback Mike Williams Senior Tackle .lohn Denman .lunior Tackle Randy Fellows First Team All Conference Junior Guard 5 . .. alias' ' we si . - :Slim ' X X X M S2 ia. fqliefwsiifrf. .. . - ' Q 2- - S seee Q. A K 'A' i' S' W - X: X -1 X ykrk tw, PT-we x -K X -pf -. we my we f ,Name ' ' f:'oYws.iv M an me tl.. ft. f S S Y 3-. ' 4w f a u 6 --. X ' A text it Gb sm-.xx X. . Q .+ ,s' Steve Howell Senior Tackle Charlie Jadlot Senior End Mike Metzker Coaches' Awa Senior Guard YQ Ft W sw Q 9 A .1 ei Q . .:h, .,.. 1 f " f9'A'9f' W I x A ,. 2 -' X X J' .Q ,.,iQ ,, K ,. ' -- ' .Nw .,::f:f' 1. k , N...-QW 1- , M15 -f fl , , to it ir it e eetr ' gf 5 ' 1 if ' "'L- SU ? -. .-.C - - - f --" . 4. 1 70 l Sam Foursha Junior Quarterback Robbie Holmes Second Team All Conference Junior Center Larry Householder Back ofthe Year Honorable Mention - All Conference Junior Halfback Les Kerr Junior Tackle Steve Ogle Junior End Jim Olson Second Team All Conference Junior Fullback Doug Pettibon Honorable Mention - All Conference Junior End Lowell Pryor Junior End Tim Wysong Junior Halfback HALFTIME and planning. Q' Q Q f ,g-.fu -f,5- ":-' W . . Q, , waxy g b i ' N Q Garry Elsworth Sophomore Halfback I J Bill Olson 5 t Sophomore Center ww " Ly, My Lk 'g Larry Stevenson Sophomore Halfback -4? iz iii fi K , gp. X. txgwxg .. V K. S - ,ll rms ,L ,R . ,,, X: -E .X "ihik4f-1 in fstmuwfi Mimikty ' f -g dw. is ' - igers Advance . . . is the football player's time for rest the first half and explains the strategy for the final 24 Coach Shelton points out the mistakes of minutes of play. iPhoto by Jerry Mosierj "B" TEAM . . .FRONT ROW: John Merrell, Larry Kerr Bill Moe Cotter Kirk Stewart Jim Owen Garry Elsworth Jim Olson, Jack Payne, John Haggans, Roger Tyer, Les Kerr Rod Earnest Sam Foursha Larry Stevenson Mark Nicholas and ney Loomer, and Larry Vaughn imanagerj. ROW TWO Coach Coach Chuck Shelton Nevada El Dorado Nevada Butler Nevada Lamar Nevada El Dorado Nevada Ft. Scott Nevada Carthage Nevada Carl June. TIGERS RACK UP . . . six more points as Jim Olson bulls his way over the goal line. This type of running made Jim one of the best backs in the Big Ten Conference. SEVENTH GRADE . . . gains early experienve, From LEFT T0 RIGHT are: FRONT ROW: llanny Overton, ,lohn Stafford, ,lim Willers. Bill Rainey, Steve Hertzherg, Buff Seott. and Fred Crouse. ROW TNVO: Mike Beeman. Tim Dade, Randy Jadlot. Joe Spent-er, Ricky Flare. Ricky Stung. Mike Fanning. ROW THREE: Tom Cherry, Todd Thorpe, Bill Irwin, Kent Agee, Bill Graham, and Don Garner. ROW FOUR: John Bloom. Kevin Loving. Orville lson. Steve Mitchell. Ron Culbert- son, and Coach Larry Testman. KK 'MQQN SQ el romise or the Future FRESHMEN GAIN. . . skills that will help to build future Tiger teams. From LEFT TO RIGHT are: FRONT ROW: Myles Mitchell, Bill Mische, .lim Gregg, Kim Vinm-ent, and Bruce Rice. ROW TWO: Roni Sloan. Joe Bur- gess, Mark Whaley, Mike Miller. and Shannon Ogle. ROW THREE: Coach Frank Chilipala. Steve Jadlot, Mike Bradham, Leo Hord, Jim McVicker, Don George, and Coach Bill Wynn. IN WINNINYI . . . five games with a total score of 172, the Eighth Grade team had only six points scored against them. From LEFT T0 RIGHT are: FRONT ROW: Mike Morris, ,lohnny Hill, ,l. B. Woolverton, ,lim Witte, Dieklohnson, ,lames Hawkins, Jim Keele, Randy Layher, and Bob Laflierty lmanagersl. ROW TWO: Bob Shearer, Mike Howell, Mark Powell, Ricky Peekman, ,lim Staf- ford, Pat M1-tzker, Eddie Thompson, and Kevin Maring. ROWT THREE: Ricky Helms, Lee Guthrie, ,lim Emery, Steve VanMater, Larry Smith, Wayne Compton, Mike Sheets. Sam Carlini. and Bill Garwood. ROW FOUR: Coaeh Larry Testman. Randy ,lat-kson, Randy Ogle, Kenny Jones. Bryan Breckenridge, Don Hillier, ,lim Nunez, Chuck Aeklin, and Coach Jack Nelson. WITH SECOND EFFORT . . . and runs like this, Larry Householder gained 1042 yards during the '65 season. QW 711 L.. Anticipating a tough season. with only one re- turning letterinan, the Tigers vapturerl thircl in the Carthage Invitational Tournament for the Ihirrl Consecutive year. The Tigers hc-gan f7HI1liCI'6Ill'ff' play by winning three ol' their first four eonliereiicc- games. They won ov:-r Aurora. Lamar. Webb City and lost to defending champion Mt. Yernon. The last half of the season proved to he misfortune. The Tigers managed a lone vivtory' over Cassville in their last five conference- games. Falling short ol' their goal. the Tigers finished sixth in the Big 'lien Conference. l A VALUABLE TWO POINTER . . . is mails- hy' .lllrlio f'oryyin'il Waite Xlitr-ln-ll. The Tigers nent on to upset l,aiinaii 65 to5-1-. T' F ' ' h S Ll UNO ONE EVER DROWNED IN SWEA1"' . . . is a inanager: Doug Javlison. .liin Nic-hols. Ellis Spf-lic-er. slogan used hy the team. FRONT ROVV. lroin l.El"T ,liin Olson. ,lini Leigh. Stan Knomlerer. and Coat-li liill T0 RIGHT ure: Larry llouseliohler,johnCo11way.Watle Wynii. NOT PlCTl'HED: H2lIlllyRI11t'I'X Mitchell. Doug Pettihon, ,liin Barnett, Javk Vlilliains, in De ense Nevada 42 Nevada 69 Nevada 52 Nevada 52 Nevada 42 Nevada 45 Nevada 55 Nevada 54 Nevada 65 Nevada 44 Nevada 63 Nevada 47 Nevada 40 Nevada 60 Nevada 48 Nevada 68 Nevada 56 Nevada 59 INCREASING THE LEAD . . . against the Lamar Tig:-rs is Senior guru Greenfield Neoslio Weblm City Aurora Belton Mt. Vernon Granby Goodman Lamar Webll City Neosho Cassville fiiifllldgf' Pleasant Hill Carl ,lunc-tion Stockton Monett Clinton ml .Io 40 73 48 47 61 60 67 63 54 43 68 '36 60 65 56 50 60 64 lin Conway. DECISIONS, STRATEGY, OFFENSE, DEFENSE . . . are llie vlnel interests ol T liz' leads tlle 'l'igers on to vit-to lQ!,K'l'C'4lLll'l1, Bill Wynn. as Jim Barnett Senior Honorable Mention All Conference John Conway Captain- Senior lst Team -All Conference Jim Olson junior Eight Fighting Jim Leigh Junior Duug ,lacksun ,lunior Tigers Receive Merit Stan Knoderer Senior Jim Nichols Sophonlore W'ade Mitchell Junior l .J t L, "YOU WILL TRIUMPH, IF YOU HAVE THE Vaughn. managerg Bill Neill, Bill Olson, Bob Carnc r tUMPH' T0 TRY,, . . . is employed bythe HB" Team. Larry Stevenson, and Coach Frank Chlipala. NOT PIC FRONT ROVV, LEFT TO RIGHT are: Guy jackson. ,lim TURED: Doug Cundy. Novak, Melvin Johnson. Don Curry. Ed Emery, Larry 66 'Q Team-Hustle and Desire DRIVING FUR THE BASKET . . . and scoring for the "B" T4 Spencer. 'am is Sophomore forward lilliq Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Aurora Belton Mt. Vernon Lamar WYE-bb City Neosho Cassville Carthage Cassville Neosho Carthage Pleasant Hill Carl Junction Stockton Monett Clinton LACKING EXPERIENCE AND DEPTH . . .lll1'9lllcll42llll'I'S wvnlm1lor'mnpl1'Il- il guml SVZRSUII. FRONT HOW. lrmn l,FfFT TO RIGHT are-: Bill Nlisn-lw. Jim He-rid:-r. Larry l-w-r. BFIICI' Kim-. and Kim Xim-1-nt. ROW TVSO: Bull l.ul'l'c-rty. IllLlIlilQIf'l'I llUL1l'll flllllf lx Nlu llon Nlilu- Blllillglllll.Slf'Vt',l21lllUI.,llIll xlt'Yl4'kf'l'. Iiugwllfmf-Il.andSte-vm-S1m1lwl't'. maui tl HIGH JUMPING BENGAL, . . . Ruger Hms Junior High 9th Grade Con ronts N1-valla Nvvucla Yr-vumla Nc-vaulu Nl'VLl1lLl Nl'VLlllil Nr-vaulu Nt'VilKlil Ne-vurlu Nvvalxlu Nf-vudu Competition Hullvr 49 Fr. Scum 42 Lamar 30 Built-r 43 El ljtifilllth 56 Sim-klun 'll lglllll'l' S56 lfl. Sunil 68 lYll4lVNlly 28 EI Umxuln 20 l,illllill' Ill ell. svursw PLi9llX lll 1 ggnxm-. HUSTLE. HUSTLE. HUSTLE . . . lrllll'K'lllHlILlSlll1' CLlgl4'I'qIlllLl'litlPlf'L1Ill pn-parc-s In Iakv 411-lion 79l ,..J UNDEFEATED SEVENTH-GRADERS . . . FRONT ROW. from LEFT TO RIGHT are: Handy Jatllot. Tom Clic-rry. Bill ,lol W'olf. Bill Rainey. ,lim Willers. Dattny Overton. .lohn Stafhirfl. Steve Moore. .loe Spencer. Steve Herlzhc-rg. Tirn Dade. Ronnie Kent, anrl Bill Graham. ROW TVVO: Coaeh Larry Testman Douglas Walton. Lynn Cliffman. ,Iohn Bloom, Gary llutldleh-ton 21llflHlC'llLilAflRlllllflifi Jr. High evelops Skills A SUCCESSFUL SEASUN . . . was ernnpleteml hy the 8th Graders. FRONT ROWY. from LEFT TO RIGHT are jim Emery. Pat Nletzker. Bobby Shearer. .lim Stafford Sammy Carlini. Mike Howell. Francis Lamore. Steve I Warren, Davie Williams, John Lamore, and Roger jaek- son. ROW' TWO: Coach Moe Cotter. Bryan Brecken- ridge. Kenneth jones, Wayne Compton. J. D. Lightner. Randy Jaekson. Charles Acklin. Mike Sheets. Don Hillier. and Steve Van Mater. tn Leigh. Tom Spenver. Kevan Loving, Donny Gartner COMPETITION AND SPORTSMANSHIP . . . un- tlw 4-lenwllts tlml nmkv Ilw Intramural liuskvtlrall Pfllglfillll QI 511111-ss. SPIIIUI' High Captains. FRONT NOW, frmn l,ICF'l' T0 RIGHT ure-: Mike IiLlQ,gilllS 1Pu1'plv War- lllUIlgI!'l'Sk Lvlarld H0llSl'llllIdf'f ificd 'l'rujunsJg lx-Stel' Hfillillglllll QBIIIP Cnuslz PARTICIPATIUN ' ' and SI:-vv Sparks iSpurlunsb. HOW TWO: Iizllpll Klumpp 1f1I'f'1'll Shiih-rsh: WWII H lm nwlulwlh m Alllll Ulsun Imac-k Bugv: Sllifibld Nluurv tflray Cunnclrsbz and flllI'iS Wllilw- lmmmumlg' 'lumqp p"-im lm' W lnmnltlflur +'...,1Fiw-n. lH1""1""1""'1'K F- Intramurals Achieve Goals BASIC FUNDAMENTALS . . . im- fh-f u-lupe-:I lry Ilu- ,lllllIllI' lllglll llIlI'ilIllllI'ilI Hux- In-llu.llll'mg1'a1l11 JUN IOR HIGH CAPTAINS . . . zum these NIXfI't'NIllll1Il FRONT HOW, frmn l,lCF'I' T0 NlllII'I' uw: Kim Xihunl flluppy H1'd1HllllllI'l'SlI Bill xliSl'Ill'1Hlll1'S'llH.1'I'S,lLllllI lin nr , . , vm II fbun llmulw. MUW IXXO. I..un lm-1' 100. sb: lun llnmr' x - ' NIM if'kt'I'Sf11l'LllIlIlll'I'SP1Llllli Nlilu-5 Xlitf-ln-Il lh IT Fuukv. .rw Qi 'L 1' Q out in front. WITH HIS FINISHING KICK . . . Gary Ellswurth puts Nvvaula I-Iard Work Results THE FLYING THIN-CLADS OF NHS . . . are lcd lu success by Coaches ,lack Nclson and Larry Testman. H ff WITH HARD WORK .... mil l'X4'1'l' N X 5 ig, li nt hum Ndlll l-vuwlii pminiv N In ,gh WX r .. .una-A . K lllt'liIQL li-riLulilr-i'4-ii1'4'. K: -WSL-1.M:XQ.f.. ' s7E'f:5'iWi fr! 1 - ri -f Q 1 2- " lf , AILL Q ,Xb,ELL ,is I Q ,QL Q ,xr ,L .. - , S Q . .- xi .. fx? Q t ti. ,H K ,.: i X N , N . J 5 K X Xl' 3 Q Kik i. i in Progress - ln' um' ul, Illi' lwsl lllbli'-X'llIlI1'l's In is if R ln l965.fm'tl1c- Si'CUIlll yi-ar in a rms.tl1f- Nevacla Tigers wvre- l'llHllPI'S-llp in thai Big T011 ilni1l'cJi'm1f'f'. The tllin-vlads pli1IlI1f'Il to rely llwlvily on the sp:-ell and flistanvv events. l.ui1glJc'l'm'1e ilu-lust lJllZZf'1' suumls in Ihs- brisket- bull seasmi. Ncfvuclai High Svlnml buys in lhcxir roll swrlzlt 1-lmlu-sf-ani hc- Sven workilignul at Logan Fifflcl. Tllruugll harfl work and pmsc-vv1'ar1C4' tlw Iruvk buys progress Inward Ihr-ir first ruvet. It is this harcl work that puts thc-111 nut in limit to hreuk the' tapf' altvr il ilillir-11lt race-. 83 fl r I. E v z i I l I 5 P i K D P E1 P s i i L ..,. A'-1-:-v--A--wa-answ.---41v+...--:rL: J. Az.. Y-. is fin Sir: , Eli? W W sw w-qg ' Q ,. Q kxqa 'II' AC T I VITIE A "I COT YOU, BABE," . . . sings , L , the duet of Gary Bloom and Debi " ' Q, Reed appearing on Hullabaloo as i ' 1 , one of the highlights of the Follies. W -".h l fi if J - EXPERT MUSICIANS AND TALENTED DANCERS . . . provide melody, laughter, and entertainment to the Anti-Van Follies. From LEFT TO RIGHT are: Carol Harpold, Shelia "FOR YOUR INFORMATIONN . . . portrays the actions of typical 5-year olds. From LEFT TO RIGHT are: Debbie Renfro, Jim Barnett, Mike Duncan, Steve Jadlot, and M. C., Steve Eiffert. Follies Re-enact Saathoff, larrel Swan. Allan Palmer, Kurt Fecht, Debbie Ren- fro, Elaine Ireland, and Marty Britlingham. - ,,- "OPERATOR, I,VE LOST MY DIME!" ...cries Mike Haggans to Pam Vincent as they create a scene of hilarious enjoyment for the Anti-Van Follies. ive TV "THINGS CO BET- TER WITH COKE," ... exclaims Ronnie With- row to announcer, Bill Ware, after making a 5,000 foot parachute jump. COLDFINGER DANCERS . . . Peggy Nelson, Karen Svetlecic, and Paula Stafford, exhibit their interpretation of the james Bond motion picture. TED MACK AMATEUR HOUR . . . presents these two talented nhillbilliesn, Bill Ware and Chris White- head. F allies, Dance, R0 alt - AMUSED, . . .John Conway watches Pam Vincent as she becomes a facsimile of the midnight witch behind her. PROVIDING AN EVENING . . . of music and romance, the "Shadows" entrance Carol Harpold, Suzie Pascoe, and Sam Foursha. Highlighting the school year's activities, the 1965 Anti-Van was host to the students of Nevada High School on Halloween night. Since its origin in 1911-6, when the Anti-Van was merely a talent show, it has been extended to include a dance and varied activities spon- sored by school organizations. The Follies were climaxed by the crowning of the' Anti- Van Royalty-king, John Conway, and queen, Bette Hendrix. This yearis Anti-Van was termed a success as it brought to a close the Halloween season. GRANDEUR AND ELEGANCE . . . highlight the coronation of the 1965-66 Anti-Van King and Queen. From LEFT TO RIGHT are: Pam Chew, Sue Anne Brown, Babs Smith, Marvalee Collins, Debra Ireland, Bryan Breckenridge, Bette Hendrix, John Conway, Steve Howell, .lim Stafford, Sam Foursha, ,lim Nichols, Bill Mischa, and John Stafford. ' Wg, 5, ........s,.f , 5 Q L Anti-Van CREATING AN AIR OF MYSTERY, . . . the fortune telling room allures the spirited Halloweeners, Carol Harpold and .lim Barnett, to havv their palms read. AN ABUNDANCE OF COKES, SAND- WICHES, AND COOKIES . . . he-lp to make the Anti-Van a gala affair. ka? ,gm QJXSSFQ. ,, . ff M. ure, 5 SUSPENSE AND EXCITEMEJVT . . .1-aptivatf-those who witness the slut-Car racing. an innovation to this yn-ar's Anti-Van. as its body an excitingl conclnsion tothe ollies was the coronation of the, The candidates were nomi- selected by their respective class chose a boy and a girl representative in the event. nominations were complete, the entire voted on whom they felt de- the honor. This year the Anti-Van and Queen were Seniors John Conway 5 I ,se Anti-Van King John Conway ord Hendrix and the Prince and Prin- were 8th Graders Jim Stafford and Ireland. ' 'Sh I t Royalty Queen Bette Hendrix -' Nt.t 1 :WV E-I' ks' tf eff' 3-ff t92 l Lge C01 FIGHT? WIN! . . .is reflected in the faces ofthe football boys as they enthusiastically participate in the pep rally in preparation forthe last game of the season with Monett. Rall Fires Homecoming Spirit TIMBQ, TIGER MASCf,?T,w t . . an part ol lootball games at NHS, contemplates the Homeeoming game while observing the burning of the Monett dummy. "BEAT MONETT,,' . . . is the cry of the NHS cheerleaders as they stimulate Tiger spirit at the pep rally the night before Homecoming. 1 E 453 ' 1 ttendan Carolyn N11 hols aim f N , X XXX 5 NX X f' Homecoming ueen :!""""Q 'lk f 4"' WK . X. 1 .af N X gg Y X - A .X X. igqg , Q XX- .X Q xg V , 5--N -X -'-- +.1.XkX -if .Xa MX '2 S Lg -X X Q X . .X XNe,fX+N. Xagww X , 7 X," -fx X X' :X X X1 ..x.- .X .X XX X X .,. . , .. . . .,,.. XX... XX, X .W Xu WXv . My M X, - X X XX- XX - W .. . x -Q XXX.-if l 4 L Qf THE DICNITY AND SPLENDOR OF THE HOMECOMINl1 CORONATION . . . are remi- nisced by qucvn. Kurs-n Svc-llc-1-iv. and hm' c-sourt, Chris White-licaid. during Ilw Royalty Dann-. Coronation Heralds Homecoming MELIIDIOUS ENTERTAINMENT. . . is provided for tilesr students and alumni by llw damw- music uf the h'Shad0ws." S 2 J! RADIANT AND OSTENTATIOUS, . . . the regal throne is glamor- ANXIETY AND ANTICIPATIUN. . . prevail over the pep rally for these three young Candi- dates. Karen Svetleeic. Carolyn Nichols. and Pam Nieodemus for Homecoming Queen. ized by the Royalty: Robbie Holmes: Carolyn Nic-hols. attendant: Chris Whitehead: Karen Svetleeie, queen: Randy Fellows. and Pam Nieode- mus. attendant, reigning over the Homer-oming festivities. Activities X i it 'V ' ' .W-H-I GUEST BUUKS FUR SIJJFVINIJ . . , were provided for the returning alumni. lllenda .laekson and .loe Whisler take advantage ot' this privilege as they pre- pare tor an evening ot' lun with former elassmates. r96 4 i F ellowship- i fl' 'iq ' , 1 ' 7 , tg ., f ,,'i"f ai ',ihEffs,Z"'N ., A QM M' J 1 SMILING IMPISHLY, . . . Handy Hirsvhinan plays the mls- uf ai ge-nllmnan in re-inuviiig thi- 1-mil uf his dale. Connie- Wuulvi-rtmi. FELLOWSHIP . . . is Pvidvnt. as Rndnchy Imrnnvr. Debi Rec-il. Tiinora fN1c'Ci1nn. and ,Iuvk Payni- rfhlux at Tigc-r Tim 11. thx- N1-vada High Sc-lnml youth c'ei1tf'1'. IT'S ABOUT THAT TIME . . . nnisi-S Linda from LEFT TO RIGHT. are: Dilvi- Hergierl. Chris Dnbsnn and Bailw Smith as thi-y Slzinrl patimilly. Barrett. Ci-urge Dahincr.Wayi1vCuwun. and Mark waiting for the- hand In begin. The bzincl nlelnbc-rs. Nic-hulas. I 2 Fun-Free Time i t lun S X L , qi tx? 1 L "21"Efi 3 lg'- Q' on if 'wr L k 5 V! S I f VF ww 3 VW' l is . gl x , N, 3 i 3"'x 'H'-m.. HIGHLIGHTING THE SWEETHEARTDANCE, . . . Linda Slwpllerml us um-nrlants Wadi- Nlitvlic-ll. Nlzirin spnnsurffd by the Nevada Senior High Band. was ilu- Best ljliniurslg ,lim l'l4-nslvy. l'l1yllis Klalvmn in-iiimsl vrnwning of li Que-en and King. Paula l-'elluws and Kg-rinvth ami Nlurguri-I 'l'mlcl, xxiilyllf' ilimuii lsuplwrimrvsl :mimic up Shupe- ffrcslimr-ni we-re vmwiic-d in royal magnific-ence lmy lllC'lI'I'UUI'I. TIGER TOWN . . . lwcwnm-s the ce-nic-r ul' attvntiun as slucle-ms 1-njoy an e-vmiing ul rn-vroalinri, fnlluwing u day ul' liarml wwrk ul NHS. ,, I X A mwah ., .Y i A MAN OF GREAT BENEVOLENCE, . . . Brent N14-ndenliall llfelixl consoles his wife. Tim 1x1l'f,.L1IlIl lliinilel almout the sail state ot their financ-ial afl'airs. GC 99 i Three Angle S PERFECTING THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE DEFEASED HENRI TROCHARD, . . . the dominant eliaraeters Nlark Nicolas. ,lim f ox int HSHWS BEA UTIFUL',, ' ' ' 'iXl'ldl"lS Xlmlk Gregg: Stn-rett bring to a elinmx the plot of"N1y Three Angels." Nicolas I-Xllredl gazing at the tainted Mary Bur rouglis tl.ouisel. while ,lim Cox ljoseplll and Gregg l Sterelt Llulesl muse over the imputlenl letter that announced Suzanneis f'fI1fLdg1'IIN'llIltlpiilll. Under the direction of Miss Sondra Cehrs, the Junior Class presented an outstanding production of Sam and Bella Spewacles g'My Three Angelsf' Situated in Cayenne, French Guiana, this three- aet comedy exposes the repeated troubles of the harassed Ducotel household. Three convicts- ,1ules, Joseph, and Alfred,-who are employed as roofers, become good angels and manage the family affairs with the aid ofAdo1phe, a venomous snake. Presented December 16, 17, and 18, this play was acclaimed a sueeess hy everyone who attended. GCT e Rainmakerw ' "THE NAME'S STARBUCK! STAR- BUCK'S THE NAME!" . . . lxttvrs .lailllvs -Xrtliur. lvmling muh- in "'l'ln- liuiiiiiizilwif' HTHUNDERSTORMI RAIN COM- ING DOWN IN SHEETS!" . . . tw- r'laums Judi W alll:-r fl,1zz1f'l as shi- rt-lzitvs lic-rvisiunary 1ll'0LlIlllDl'lllC Illfllllllvl-tiI'f'. I'rf-sf-nu-fl hy tht- S4-nim' 1-lass Nlurvli 3. 4. 8: 5. Millie- Kain- Iltiilif'l'M pruvimlc-tl um' ral' the must IIltlYlIllLI INil'l'Ul'I1lLillK'f'S vvc-1' givvn at N.Il.S. l mls-r thc' KllI'f'i'llHll ul Nliss Strllllliil Ct-ln-s. this lll1'f'P- avt c-min-fly hy Him-liurd Nash prnvcal tu he a trf-lm-minus sur'- cvss. A paralyzingdroilght causes as mum-h wnrry to a lathe-r and his two suns as the- ilu-I that thvir sistm-1' is lwvmiiiiig an ulml maid. .-Xppt-airing from imwllms- is a pic'ul'esq1w man with L1 melli- lluuus tmiguc c-laiming to he a l'aiI1li1akc'l' ami assuring them ul' ruin for tht' Illl?I'P prim- ul' HHO0. Evcryom- is vaptivatwl hy his i'c-frvsliiiigi attitude. lIli'lllLliIlQI the shy, yuuiigx girl. Thus thc' play is a "t'lltl1lllllll'Sl ul' a hit." "I NEVER SEEN A FUAN RUN S0 EAST!" . . . vrir-s Nlikv ll:lg1g1:iilslNm1liI:is lu lllt Xlilxv lllltll'iIll l,l1lllI llllll .lllllk XNlllll'l'll.llZlt'lilllll Bti-vi' l',1Il1-rt lll.l..l4llll'lllQ1il tt-nsv Itttllllilll in llll'lll1lN. , .... Q mx WELCOMING ALL . . . Juniors and Seniors tothe Prom. from Tom Thorpe, Senior class presidentg and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. LEFT TO RIGHT, are: Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Keithlyg Steve Jones. Howell, Junior class presidentg Betty Neimeyerg Judy Radkcg ANXIOUSLYANTICIPATING . . . an exciting eva-ning are John Conway. Pam Vincent. Marcia Shearer. and Ronnie 0 0 Prom H lghllghted A FRENCH MENU . . . is prepared to add to the atmos- phere for these Juniors and Sen- lors who attended the banquet X Perhaps the most spectacular event in the school year is the Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom. Highlighted by the theme "Evening in Parisf, the Prom was acclaimed as a tremendous success. The Junior Class of the 1964-1965 term may truly he proud ofthe atmosphere, which they created for this memorable evening. ., ,V xv A mwgsim - ,fr 59" I DRESSED IN . . . the colors of the evening are these Sophomore girls who have the privilege of serving the Prom. Theme '6Evening In Paris" JQ? Aan llustrious Background Creates LINDA HILI. AND BILL STEVENSON . . . iN'L't'IlI the lwr-auty ui' this ftbllllfdill stumiiug ul the vlllrallvv In lllc- gym. ' W""" 'H X B ENJOYING THE DANCE . . . music of the Seibrings are these entliusiastiv juniors and Seniors Desired Atmosphere "THIS IS REALLY . . . living it up," exclajms Mike Haggans as he, Jean Edwards, Judy Walter. and Stan Knoderer enjoy them- selves at a sidewalk cafe. 5 i . Q ,-.:?:s! M g' " EBB-TIDE PROVIDES . . . the background as Connie Tow and Doug Allard live a nighl long remembered. L A ' A, , ,.-,1. few, ,gy , I. n x ,V sz, f , " Q,5'Y1711cJ X S4 ,i f 4 1 X SE IUR V J T fri- f Senior A E f 5 MOST ATTRACTIVE COUPLE Karen Svetlecic K' ' Chris Whitehead L MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MOST VERSATILE Pam Vincent Scott Sornsena CLASS CLOWN Carol Harpuld Joe Loy Jean Edwards Mike Haggans MOST REPRESENTATIVE ,lean Edwards Steve Howell ,,t,ddL,d,,d W., 1 ,.., .Q 44,41 rlatives MV Q' I Carol Nichols " ' Leland Householder 1 5 I , si 1 .f qw 4 fa 1 My Q12 JR ff X Mt., ,W v. Yi 1 ' l I 5' '31 fag . 1 , . , ff, ,ff K, ,I Ef- , Q- 1 W sf 3' 1 "' 'ffyui 4 ,N M 4 , fs- , ,gf T-an-215 , W fi 5' ': M 4 k Xa gg 5 1 S ,- v F 1 Q 1 A X A X? N QQ? K Q f mf 2 .Q bl ix FRIENDl,1IHIS'I' Bette Hvndrix Mike Lnngwurlh MUST 'I'ALl'1N'l'ED Pvggy Pcrkins jim N14-splay MOST ATI-II,E'l'If1 .-.1 WSE 'ww M.. NW gg N N as , Q SINN ,Q K Xfej " 3 Epi? XM I 108 it mv J.-af" 3.3. rfmul n v V - f " Terry Baker Heli-n Arnold Jim Arthur 'IW-tyre " L M: f 51' ' -'42 , W, , If ad if , w 'M We W X if ,ge 4, Barbara Adams Bub Adams Frank Agere Linda Alvxamlvr Doug Allard Larry Allen Vicki Anders A' Nancy Armstmn Seniors Face Future ,lim Barnett ,lim Bastow Kerry Baum-um Craig Bevman Arthur Buchs Marty BI'lIIlIlQLll3IIl Roy Brown Cathy cl2iI'IJl'llIt'l' linda Carroll llaroltl Clirisf-nlwrry Billic Clark john T. Conway A Terry Covington Gerald Cox ,Io -Xnna Crawford ., l t f gr' in Ronnie- Cross-xwliite Stove- Cullii-rtson David Curry with Eagerness Nw Y? LEADERSHIP . , . of the Senior Class is provitlt-tl by its class officers: Connie- Stone-. st-cr:-ta1'yg lic-tlv llvntlrix. prcsiclt,-nt: Charles ,latllol vice--pre-sident: and KaySpf-r1cer.trvast1rei'. .HGH Coby Curtis Scotty Doolin Louie Dulier H0 gi Q W K Ni r I : 'YW 'fqx V. ,f I Ronald Farmer Judy Fletchall John Gaither Nickie Geary Mike Duncan Joan Edwards Steve Eiffert David Ewan Graduation limaxes Ronnie Gilliland Ginger Gladden illerry Hackwortll Mike Haggans .lim Harper Carul Harpuld Frances lrlcitz Bvttv Hvndrix Jun Hensley wvx btcve Hergerl He len Hill chool Year 0149 ,loan llollanrl Donna Hoovr-r 3 l THE HUB OF ACTIVITIES . . . for Sc-nioi' Loup es sec-nis to radiate- from the lwail of thc- ventral stairway Linda Horm-ckc-r Leland House-hol Ste-ve' Howell Elaine Ireland Charlie Jadlul Judy johnson Vick Ketterman Ralph Klumpp de-r I fw'1-vm, f, , "i,' V 6 wt, 1 N7 ,fw2,4fre9 f 4 Mlke Longworth ,Ierry Love Joe Loy Mary Lukenbill A Stan Knoderer Lin' 7 Dorothy Koder 'V M Mike Kutina Beth LaGuire Hifsliftlx 1 E. Giles Lancaster Mark Leedy Glenn A. Longworth, II Seniors Achieve Scotty McClain Rayburn McClellan Jim Mcflonnaughey March 24, 1948 January 23, 1966 Kay McLaughlin Richard McNeese Barbara McReynolds Jo Ed MrvReyno1ds .iff AM QM f 42 5? .K 1 23 I3 L A X W ,j f if ' J Y, ' ' ' L f my .5 ,ir V A W'W l in ' ltimate Goal "AN OUTSTANDING SENIOR CLASS PLAY IS A 'MUST'," . . . say Giles Lancaster, Steve Sparks. Paula Stafford. and Ts-rry Hackwurtli. as they assist Miss LlCllI'S in making a final selection. Jim Mesplay Mike M1-tzker jim Millvr Cndy Mitchell L Diana Moberly Sliirold Moore' ,luilitli Nlt'Yi0ks'1' Turn Nlell:-nbrtwli Phyllis xldll'UIIl Miko Nlarlatt nm. 1? ,.-.,Wf1fir- -0' -...uf T, ,,, ' Peggy Nelson Carol Nichols Miko Null Martha Num-z ' 44 4 Vlfarren O'Comsky A-Klan Olson ' John Olson Richard O'Nval TRADITION AND SPIRIT . . . c'l1aracIe1'ized .the decorations that adorned the Senior Class Christmas tree. Dennis Overton Allan Palmer Suzie Pascoe Kdthv Pauling Peggy Perkins Vickie Pettibon + ei', I els lel iilili iii s 'n nnns lnl l l i,1- ' W lk S emors a Anne Pearse f5.i"'5 the Last Mile Raymond Shumakc-r Linda Slum- Scull Surnsf-na Steve Sparks Shvlia Saathoff Helen Svott Pal Smut! Jerry Riggs Bob Roberts QQPM' Elainv Robinson Joanna Phillips loc Phillips LCP Pikx' Nlikl' Priu- Pat Prim' Hlilflllif' Rasnic' Lvslvr Rmuingtun Dehlniu Hs-nfrn ' flu Mm, We MR f 'WWE' Kay Spencer Mvllma Spencer John Spillman The Y, G ,. 1: - - 1-Z2:'4f'f'5 'E' Jw ,1f"fl2zwz, , 'JV W ,Iarrel Swan Connie Stone Karen Svetlectic M Paula Stafford Geraldine Stephens David Stevenson '1-.a' W Wh ...A--r K Ronnie Swan Bill Thorpe Curt Trainur Beverly Tye Pam Vincent Judy Wales ,ludy Yvalter Larry Waltcwn 1, Futureas Mysteries Lie Ahead Bill Vw are Lynn Vsvlcli mimi.-S Wahl V 19" if N2 91"-x 5 ' f , ' 1 COLLEGE BOUND BUT INDECISIVE . . . .lim QS Barnett, Suzie Pasc-ew. and ,lim Arthur 4-untc-niplate He'l1ryWvstl1ufl' V! 1 'N Sl"Vl"FElll10SSlblllll6Slilll'll1ClI'l'Ullt'gt'lf3lI1iHU. Ch,-is Whitf.h,Jad Q. 4, uri 3 2 ,lack Williams Mike- Williams Velma Williams Roxana Wilson Ronnie Witlirow Agatha Wille- Dan Wolf john Wolfm- 1' U X --Nqr if 'Pi' .435 .41 ...aw ' WV ll . 'Xt-f-44' - , ff E' A , ' JK Jw r.. M, , 'iff , f If M, 2, ' W.,,n 1 2 i Z E i a E 5 ? Q 3 i s E a i f 3 4 7 W 'lv V V ax' x Jw M if , , f V .pa - f " ' V :E ,Q V I Qs. me I fwfr' i t I 20 Ki- V V V , . ., V VkVV VV g, ' i I T i Rita Allen I " Allanette Austin 2 , I W ,J '7" W V, ' V .W ff' V V 55 . my 3 Patt1Ba1n 1- 'f..f f , . W, 1' . . , it V Marjorie Bc-st ' ,, A ky V V ' s -,,. 41 41 .. i A Q . ' Fred Bishop ' -'ff Julia Bieho l r f .C ' B VV f' V we M' ,, M ,, ,-Q, V , , wr C 1 2 , M A V " V 4 C ' Q l f ff , W '22 it we! X ,,w'?'r 1 QV with 9? K if IV,-,argl ANTICIPATINC PREPARATIONS . . . for the Junior-Senior Prom are the Junior class officers: Sam Foursha, treasurerg Brent Menden- hall. vice-presidentg Mary Burroughs, secretaryg and Tim Wysong, president. Gary Bloom Nina Bolton William Bolton Junior - 'K ff ww um- ' .V . . . Wa. .V A 3 , , Viola Bowker , , 292 w G- V I! if . V- .lerry Breen ,gr-, A- 1" 1 -V , f , , fr is 2 in-2' V Mike Bright I " f I '- ,V - f,lG:lI'CIlli3 Brooks . K 1 , , A V iffffg V35-' :V 4 ' rr n V V , f wg WIS' 5 ' -- vvlv -"'. WV - 'ff ' ,, ., V QQ , Betty Brown ,. 'i' V, ,W ' f 1 V ., Lurmta Brown V V :VV A,,gL. .5.,,,, , V , V V V 5 V .. 0-H Q B A 4: ' V V Loren Bums 7 ' A V VV Mgr S Z fy, Jody Bryson ,C V V- L' Q . , Q 2 Larry Burdick 41: Y J B 'ff ,C l .V . ' A , ,V.V , 5 i , lr .." , i ,, 11 .4 55 1 '30, . i Zf " W6 V f. ii,Vi7-- "NCQ W' I W., ff f y lil , 1 " We V V - 1 ' fra. V rw ,qw ,, .f fa Mft n V :V W QQ ' ,fil m ,,,, ,LVV ,.', 2,52 2255 Mary Burroughs Lillian Calvin Deanna Carlini Marvin Carlson Richard Carpenter Kenneth Cartwright Laura Cartwright Don Chapman Eddie Clark Nadine Clawson Gary Cliffman Tim Coffman Kelley Collier Larry Collins Marvalee Collins ,lim Cox Bob Crawford Verner Creek Norman Cross Don Crouse .loe Crowe Gregg Dahmer Lawrence Daniels John Denman Class Sharon Eador Judy Emery Kathy Emery Randy Emery Connie Eslinger Kurtis Fecht Randy Fellows Judy Flynn Sandy Forsen Sam Fourslla Becky Frazier Bill Fritter if Yr - r fe' L E at t fee. nik :L 3' --i C i it ii ii ". if C .si "" eei rtte t y Q- eerre e'-' E 2 , , 1 L 3-ii 2 X ,a L , , I E L D 'kii i , J, A9 3 ----' .e Y ' I I ii'1' i'11- " izi' A -'tA K .Attyy 2-X u C at f r r E ttte 4-w b: , f K 3 725? t if N . :i-, In 1 - M . - 5:1 ' ' ,:.' f . 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Qs. m zse svi. ,sr Q A 124 x-wi ..., gr. N X -X Q 3 it if N3 J' M wi N X we X9 N- eb RN- Tw K' X N Linda Shepherd Albert Shopper Everett Sikes David Simon Cheryl Smith ' Q' f ., 1 , YS if X 2 Mary Ratterree Debi Reed Sharon Rose Shirley Salkil Steve Sandbothe Bob Schlyer Tom Sohlyer y 1.1 G K "fn . J ,gl : . 4,- T 5 j. . . .airs ' 15: af . 5, , - 1 n z 5 is Willa Schnoebelen ,lim Pace Linda Page .lack Payne Marja Perkins Doug Pettibon Joe Pettibon Kay Post Lowell Pryor Diane Quackenbush Nancy Ramsey George Range Pauline Rapp t it Y Lg .X U .X . 'A s a-fi' K pvylr- , 44 gxtl Gary Smith ,luly 27, 194-9 November 20, 1965 Dennis Smith Becky Spencer Donna Spillman Sharon Spiva Gregg Sterett Doug Stiles ,Iohn Sullivan Grace Talbot! Larry Thomas Townie Thorpe . 2,5 im . Q Q3 -1 'Q . gt , ., 3 0 ,., rr, 3. V, i H , 5 t X N f :J ,yn . - 1 Q -X. 'Q , xv- K ' " . lik ,RM 1? I K 3 if 5 -. mlll llll . t. VIK- Ralph Tillery V Eddie Trosper -L i i , Wangla Tuflgy iizi. ,,. ,L 5' t K ,.' Roger Tyer ,gig KALL ' K .lanet Vaughn ff .L S 2 - W I A i,, f11' :f12 t -M .fa an . ,s . 7 ESSENTIAL .... to high school curriculum and basic to all other courses, grammar and American literature provide a fundamental background needed for better understanding. Marilyn Wade Dave Walker Mable Waltz Bill Wardin Juniors R at-3 Q i t QS 'X -A. 01: f - .- F1g:.f-wager.-,t.7x sg- ,---.. 15- I . f,Qt.,.x .kk.. .. Orville Vaughn Steven Vaughn ai? i " 'S im .. -33 'Qt Se wg fm , ?3', 1 All ' ,. 553' 'M t J x ,rtrft V is F gs ,fig i :kk,, 5... Q. J " 1 ...,,,,,: 5 . cg . 1' A Q-U' swtd I 'Wx . -f :" Q . - , t -1- .i iii' if: Mike W1-ber ,,,, , -Q .Q tt r' r Larry Whiteside L t 1 Q 5 3 P iiii A fl QL S. Ili :'. XS? - ' :ii x ' Linda Wiegel 'N' 1 Z' J? L V523 N Ca'hYWi'1iamS f V , in-.t .i - i , ,. ,art +55 ai f 4 4: ti tqlrlfw r D K, K , - 1 i? - i Ali .,.. ,.......... Berta Wooldridge I 5 " 5 H Connie Vlfoolverton V A , , -i f :,t , vw ' . K . " ii, ... ' Q if ' KW' K ' , . , Cary Worrell A ii 39 V. 'ig' r , i -i f 3 5, ,:. Tim Vfysong 5 ---W , it 9 ' K L V3 -15,-H.!1,. Yates In ,tial K x kk i VA,t, t g 1 Rosa Yormly at , V15 X H -V .- ' 5 K f ' 5 -, ' S -2 5 K X at ' g Q in , a 1 ti t L,.i,A11 C KKJA- :-13112 Mi K 'Elf ,,.' Ei? , I:- ' X L ssiiigfisgs sgtswf -fr gy , Brenda Agere E I1 Q H - Lahoma Agec- :I it it K Terry Allen ,.1f':"'f K gi f , Us gr .Q .QQ NT -Z M g K . e TOYll Allen K. - ' fm' C ' l y 3 Q 2 5: Krug l "Q" fl -mv :E r Mary Lou Anderson ' K X - V ' :"' -' A C' Tom ADW X .v:.Q il il 'Wi K"k - ' ' V - " Tiff ff'-i '-"' Richard Armitage A A -C ix Terry Arthur - i3 "'if- 5: fi B Vi Dlana Barker RQ 52,5 R55 pf Chris Barrett A 'rf M K - A w C 1 X i ' N Xi me f. kia JG g K X ,,-2 A H, A Dwain Belcher Becky Best Carolyn Best 1 -'t, 1L,L f.,,N David Beyer r- Q K . ' gl' sig 5 ., L- -fs A ay NWT' ' Progwessive Sophomores Continue Education l QA are t -'fwfr N I 4. -- 1 - 1, 'S - K I , iw ' Elm :F Linda Bever Viola Biggs Randy Boyd L ii C J t . M C """ - rf' 5 Q -r r " . rr . ' 2' 1 rs X f ' B f P .ff , irrrrrt 2 - C ,at . 1 B M1 ' V X, h C , Wi, Q. a t xy . M , Stanley Braun Nc-da Brew:-r Marilyn Brittingham Nan Brown Margaret Bunn Betty Burdick Sharon Burnett Catherine Carlson Terry Carlson Susan Carter .Km K B J 37: 5 x .fr . f Judy Cartwright ii l Lois Cavanaugh -H Larry Chadd r f , Marvin Chrisenberry Ronnie Claspill i n Judy Cochran QKQ: ' X :J iz af at X Terry Colton Connie- Compton Nancy Comstock .lohn Copplc- Wlaynf- Cowan Eddie Cox Donald Curry David Dahmvr George Dahmer Geraldine Dailey CONCENTRATION ON CAPABLE LEADERSHIP . . . has been tempor- arily evaded by Doug Cundy. vicf'-preSi- dent: Larry Stevenson. president: and Bob Carrier. treasurvr: as they try to impress Margaret Todd. secretary. ,lim Earnest L Carry Elsworth ,,' Ed Emery L L i Cheri Fc-Clit Izddn Filu L XE rl: g V is - W-.tm-,, it t "5 . . f x ,, , .ti. ,,. .. 5 ,H - at . .uf 1 eawim- , E. w :tw r my r- tt -we . .J - a iq. - t. X is , ff N R . 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A X . ,L ,sl I ykrk X - KK , R .r . S 'V ii E, . easmwV' AIEEQLWQQQ ssl Q . , 4" 2 , L Y . 1 ,fda A .L fee , J A fr - ? E lv' sr -i N , lm yr . Q ,grzr Q "': 1 J SX N 44' ff? ,bzr ir. -:.E Vonda Franz Barbara Gardner Bob Garner Larry Carton Teri Conterman Boyd Cordon Sophomores Doris Hillier Terry Hoeper Robert Hornecker Jacolyn Huddleston Guy Jackson ms: -fir , :ev .wx fi s----'T' V.....- - R 5 s Q Ll f g W, Q. 5 Q N, f ff , ,N My - avi.-a , his "vi . N, . 7 ff. , Nl " ii iii S ufi 1 ' Q :gl W 2 . A 1 1 . mf ., . 'wi . gs 154 - N N - X .sa at Mary J adlow .lim Jennings Melvin Johnson Robert Johnson Larry Jones Larry Kerr Joyce Knoderer Fran Krause Bob Lasley Randy Layher Viola Legleiter Linda Lofquest Martha Lott Cyndia Lnving .lov XlCAd1m Tlmni McCann Deliby Mc'Clain Billy lVlcDvrn1n!t A BROAD VOCABULARY . . . lays the foundation nevds-d to exvf-l in various sclmul sulijemrls. This has paid rich divide-mls for Doris Hillier. who ranks high in the SUplllJIIl0I't' Class. i qkt: -:J xt Paar K if ff XE: Q . ji? leunne Mmlfutve Sherry Mr-Kc-Q Wiley Mcvivkvr Susan Nladill Roger Math:-r Carla Murphy 5:9 V' kwfg' Rr 5 - 1 Q 'PEW ,RQ f Q w X t Expt i 11' 'fwfr 0 v. I 5:1511 :' sq5E', all - nl " v D an 'U 'flint Carole Nation Bill Neill Carolyn N iclmls .lim Nichols Q Q, uzuu. u. 'F l N, ABN. 1: V, . , was ik.. QL Q 1 fa? h ,..,,.,..- - N V X -' Yr -as ,. 'M Q2- 3 Q n 4, .1, S Q N 5, , V 33 X , fag, is-Si .nb X. 3 ill VK? Q 1 -5 ,. f fx W - . 33, Ii, mv-'iw i Vy- X , .yi F gg N X va ws! i is Q 2 RF N X 5 Q? 2 fn " I xX w Y as fi if i Q K , Q 1 ff! ...x .,- I - f. - .Q . K.. W , Q, ,. Pam Nicudemus af M 9. -f -- 'Xi -X .lim Novak i V4-wi NV ,jc l Phillip ou? ikausig ' ' li is ' My 1 iii' Bill 018011 a - l Q. X " .. Kayannu pace ..L- Q A I I - : , E .A I James Palms-r - K .3 1. vi' V 1 ii . Syclm-y Pasmrc' X i R ffx Q K lzrhlu- Pete-rsuii A - u, 'Q ' i fs if X 9 'i' xii' i ' 1 u,., X N 1. 3 ik i "1 Rail I 7. a . Q. E E51-g -xze 7 ,W gggo 5:15, -stasis-232 X Paula Peterson .lohn Plunkett Ralph Pokorny Connie Popc- Vic: Powell Connie Pulliam Beverly Pyle ,lack Rasmussen Larry Rasnit' lkey Richmond Judy Rickman Linda Robinson Linda Russell Patty Russell Joe Siilldllljlllt' Connie Scrlinedler Larry Seism Rosemary Sr-ott Tim Scott Mary Shearer Connie Sheets Kenneth Shirley Frank Shrewsbury George Simmons 'wwf- HOMEWIJRK COMES FIRST ,... much to the disappointment of Larry Stevenson and Janet Wilsrrn, as they review material forthe day's assignments. ophomores Qgfgg ls orlor fl ' , A f t gm 5 I , , l if ,'1' trv 1..q, 0 ' , JH. A gtk, fm ,f A ,:,,w,,, ,K f WW, , ,,,v ,. ,,: ,' ,V ,Hifi ir, WWwa,-,MgziM,, 9477 Apf la v P lk " .qw l' j ,,,' an ' ghgf f , ' 9 ,5TS:Er?L7f 'N 'M Z ,4 5 575 if I , Z I 2 H 75' . 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W Y "" ,. n a . - ' in 55-S138-Ah ,- jgfli gr 5 P.. 1. ,, i7 - rw .... ey erle in 1 . 1 was " 'F ' f . " J N J . .fx-v.A.. V., ..: t F A ji , tg K . ...ef 1. '.. x.. ' A' ,.. - 5, 4' ' t - ,za A H A.x...z1hx9f . E H .V . 3.. 2' ,,,.-gk: 5355? - , X mae? . 7, . "' z "M if ' , janet Wilson Sharon Winters Dun Yvolf Everett Wl,llf9 lrene Young ,leanne Zuglmann Dana Webb Herman Webb Lee Welch Duug Williams Margie Williams 133 Kirk Stewart Harry Stone Garry Tllmnpmn ,lanice TlllllllllStDll Patty Tllrun Margaret Tudml Sandy Turley Paula Turnlrull Turn Simrnuns ilharlf-S SilIllPS1lll Balls Slllilll Della Smitli Nlike- Smith tluann Suuknp Samlra Sparks Bill Spuur June Spears Ellis Spenver Tina 'States Larry Stevenson .. kk-k . I 9.55 K e f -i . - as 'Y 1 Cary Urner E-f.-gg Q K .. 1 ,luv Nvdt'llll'l .RR , ' '- i K ,R - David W alter r is iz. : ' g F- it ff' . Davitl Warren - " 'xg' K 1 H . Q. . f b Aee: .f v .,.-it P . LJ Q. 5 v n fx A wat? f f t t :': - - - . we . if wi , X . in . 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E X fl Y Q' 8' ,H ' sf .V s 'ffl 5 Ag im 3 'nm ," is ,f .5 ,dx ,- ,..,.:., T. ., 152.521 s Qzsakwt-S1 'i WZZVJ Fermon Brown Sue Ann Brown Susan Brown ,Ioe Ed Burgess Terry Caldwell Ted Abele Darrell Adams Angela Ames Gregory Arthur Nancy Baird Claudia Beeman Roy Bliss Rickey Bobhett Mike Bradham Nanette Braswell Robert Broughton Donna Brown F reshmen- poke Kathie Coffman Shannon Collier Sheryl Collins Bob Colton A' 'ix .tm J' X Q 3 l Charles Cook Debra Covington john Cox Sedda Crawford Mike Crowe COMPETENT. . . is a word usm-d to dx-sf'ril1e thf- Fri-slnnan Class offlccfrs as they gain experif-nc-v in studs-nl lvudership ut NHS. Descending the stairway arc-2 Tvd Alvelv. preside-nt: Julianne Kennedy. vice--presidvntz Susan Brown. sm-rx-tur'3: and Tanya O'Quinn. trvusurvr. f the Whee .lam-t Curry Dan llilly Shirley liulier Conv Dunfirlll Sllarivll llullussvttc- Danny Eutmm Arthur Ellil'1'its,,Ir. .lanic-e Ewan .lv li N ':.'-, .M Turn lfairlvanks gk -.v- S Cindy l'161'lll S f Paula lsvllows ' Norma File-s lJm111isc-lfislle-r b - Nmuni Flair-n 5 K , - S- - - jnyw- Flynn ff: X J Q. X' A X Nlary Prim-r - :,kk: My -f A Sandra Ilardnvr ti L Q Vx, " L A X n , - ' Dun C4-urge L b Elmu-r Circ- h ,lulnf-S Urvgg i Dun 112.11 l wr 5 Y Hurley Harpvr , X Rl Ii - - ., 1 1 ' num arpcr :gi igg 3, A, , ,IAS :Sli-l m.,.:,-., w ww , L . l 'vp--'Y' N, X Xxx f , K fi r' 7 ,i . Fl I X Q f, f N xv? ng: , , ll Q Qi ?':Hs'f .t een. :XT .Q . I , :.- gi Qin ., i i K is - ff, Dinah Houcleshell , K N A X ,,,x , ,, L LL.AE S Q D ' ist - I f if f- . - 1 .. Q Q f .. 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Q X 5 im lx .. . .1 A Cora Johnson Connie Jones Cathy Kegcrries Roger Howell David Jackson Steve ,Iacllot Doug Harris James Herider Toni Hickam Barbara Holland l,eo Hord Freshmen Stovvn Kimhcrlin Mary Kotlcr Rivhard KlPl'llIl ,,.,. it Q is q L 1-' ':"' 2 fl -t 4 Q X as t ummm l Bob Lafferty Martha Lancaster Loann l,arimorf- Danny Lathrop Larry Leer DilI'l0Ilt5 Lewis Debra Lobaugli Yioki l.ot'lu- Linnartl l,oonie-r Linda linkrnbill Ginny Nlvlfluin "I LIKE THE SKIRT AND VEST YOU HAVE ON TODAY,,' . . . says ,lean Scott. as slit' and ,Ioan Scott CXCllLlI1g6 re-rnarks lwtwef-n vlasses. -so , in XM . gi ,L L N + M ,i R i f f . :same .v T1-rry Nlr'Cor1llaliglic-y Jimmy Mcflraw Nancy NlcYec-ve Don NIc'Qu4'en Jim N14-Yicker Boll Martin Donna Nlk'iSl'Illlf3iIllCI4 Linda Nh-splay 5 t, .gs Qi :N A ' 5 N . 1.4. t-zu. - 42 'E' E .Y t S if-4 X ,var -,I xx fi ii .I I 5 -. ga tl, '- X we o , 5 5 - s , '. U - l , Xt. if lfwxiji f p Anita Milford 5 i ' Mike Mann- 1 ,iv 5 4 tt ttt. T T X in i '.-., Ef' .I 9:1 5 A A - - -'1-g Be-vky Milsn-r 1 , 1 , i11,t Bill Misvlu- 5 N , ,K f' i 'k fn E 1 . H K K J vqb, Q Myles Mitcliell : 1 R f x : V , . V Debbie N'Illl'llllm .- -" T J i A Sanford Hoon- Q ' Zi g. .. ' Donna Nixon . Y Y :fig uk :bib X iv -'3'l5,' fin ' 3 x gt . :-..1., M,- ., WRYR 1 if vi' 1.-v ffm ' , X K + Q BQ at 2 Va? - Q ' I ,, S Jef XR as Q 'li , WGN'- -It S 'ik li ggi fwfr , ,S A 1 q' we 'fr 5- . t t K..-Q, kk xk ...tim NE an-'uw gi-an 5 Q Q 'B F .sf 15 x 'X 2 skmiiff Q ,K M-1-f--.K I if s W., 8 X ' 4 is 'E' ' 5 . Q: AfA or X , X -' . 1"' xl 'g'g , -H ' ill' Brenda Rogers John Russell Steven Saathofl' Dennis Renfro Bruce Rice ,lim Robertson Bill Rogers, , fl. S H , S bl H K ts . ' S 1 X fr - T K '- I ', ' NSR Xll, -wt r Q : . .. S, i f A l-' - ' ' J- Q:-'l"' B - we f fwfx x gi.. an - Q . lr ? ,fig .f Lelia Pettibon Marvel Phillips Rex Pyle Gregg Rector Becky Reis Debby Norris Sharon Norris Molly Oberlin Shannon Ogle Tanya O'Quinn Pollyanna Peterson Freshmen re 'S n l 2 K - Y' N-1 . .:.e 1 " L --ma:-i' 1- wgvo , . ,gs , "" - ' S , to it i i Z - . S m N M V Q id s, rrrr B N 'slit -rrr .S 'D Bla! Bennie Salkil Richard Schuster Ellen Seott ,lean Scott ,loan Scott May Shumaker Kenny Shupe Linda Sinn Sondra Sinn Roni Sloan Don Soukup John Speneer t . . .wx as Q riff, -fists ,r i.. c 'rf' ilg iriil it X ' NaHf'ySDfH1'Cf .QQ Earl Spillman 15' I L A Q A , 5 V I Carolyn Sim ' ' Q y o " ' . '- by , Carol Starbuck A P j g L Mary Anne Steffan ' H I ' W Lana Stone A s' t t L - -1 I Q Q .. , if ,ae - X " - K. 5 - , rg S. Cary Stukesbary H , ' ff Q . i .f S V S 11,51 AA bb , gy 5 X ft' bm- .. ,, an 5 'nntp Q' A b yi ,M NE was A In Q Teresa Sullivan , 5 - A GW Tfospff P b H ..., e Q Q Arthur Underwood b 1' t-, .- ' .5 W 11 5, Q. af- K 5 b y Larry Vaughn Q5 .Q A Q b Quit,-e r Q I 5. it ' ' r ' f ft :E ,rrr , t Debbie Venter Kim Vincent Handy Wallace Hose Mary Wal tz Clayton Wardin ' ' Q t ri ,X 5, rr- - . 4-0- if Steve Wardin - A. t Mark Whaley if- I t H Cathy White Janice Whitehead i 0 -Q ui, -, 3 5 - ENTHUSIASM . . . is as important as concentration if a subject is to be understood and enjoyed as indicated by Sandra Stump, Bruce Rice, and ,loe Ed Burgess as they listen to Mrs. R4ll'lllNlClllS explanation of a difficult Algebra problem. john Williams Tom Winds-rs Victor Wolf Larry Wooldru g Frank Yates , tr. l Y 'l e i j qi, I . zq Z Leonard Zogl mann fi . L tv . E . Jack Yeokum Barbara York 'U v-v- I' 2 Hi -x il. E. 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Q K f ' if f Q " f. ix L sm an i ui. 5 22,55 , g S C Ffiiiijfi- ,JE . i I ,..,. , f ,,.. 1 -me x N gr .fy A 3 'Spit' W 5 L B L X N X tv is if , iii 5 it i J: . in, 'S f Loran Biggs Debbie Blackmore Randy Bowen Meehelle Boyd f Sig, .., ii- i tg if Cam Bradham Bryan Breckenridge Ginger Bright Kay Brittingham Mike Bybee Darya Byer Sammy Carlini Jim Carpenter Raymond Cash Lloyd Clark Christina Coffman Wayne Compton . Mike' Conway , Linda Cupp J If zf Greg Cornell gg 1 ' :Y V Joyce Cox 9 -,S J' A y Kathi Cox Cathy czfawfufti John Culler 2 'J' Jared Curtis ii Steve Dah mer Sue Dailey J X LEADERSHIP AND CAPABILITY , . . are exemplified in the Eighth Grade officers. From LEFT TO RIGHT are: Christi Bell, secretary: Vit-ki Atkinson. treasurer: Wayne Compton. president: and Randy Jaeksun. vice-president. Frank Dulier Bill Eador Sandra Earnest Suzanne Earnest XX X as ii ,tm as 1 E .s t if W ff' S as Q an af 5 Q 2 2 t it 5 X 1 , Ft' I X -1-:fa g stzggeggf- w e , J , I X :J Q . WM Janet Daniels Janice Daniels Mike Davis Mary Ann Denman Debbie- Dwelling Janice Duolin it 5 2 Darrell Eaton ' Donna Eaton L 1 DE E D : Debbif Ellis J C C , ga- is J Donald Farmer ,hqi David Fisher x Monte W. Fox Pi ml' isis N- " Il f ,see was ' ixtfkftfm xx-asf it t Sim J . ,-,, 1 f KL sfl ll,sila -V f qi t -A x 3 ' 35-5 515 - t ' I C. ii' Sl 552, ,Qi ,Ji fl' " as , Ax X E :fbi fix, WS ""' t " . . lx .: f'f"'-x ' ' f - Q -gre: , -. in we C I fs-PM .,. ' . - '-1. 4 we - i 4 EM X fx 43 Su 1 me S is Q ,Ni t wx Li al ,. ,. . .Q X t like Q get ,W i-10 X F -git Q Ei 0 xnxx it 1 3 .., 15 5,1 .V 3 K5 S? SCHOLARSHIP . . . is important to the students of NHS. Checking a test schedule are Steve VanMater and Judy Pauling. . J ft xi tX'f 3 :- ff. 'L , li --if ' T' J . . 5 5' - .., 1 . , V we 5 iff? 'I 'a 15 Si ,ENB F '-" X" . J ' K p aw! .J K Pk q'- X i ,.:, , SAW, ,Q V kk.. , K5-:.Q,A Q ,sga2,! xg 34, Q t..:. - - ., -1 . .,..-was Q , . . 5 K , ,. 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J S Danny Lukenbill Cathy MCAdoo Randy MeConnaughey Linda McReynolds Frankie J. Mahana Kevin Mating Pat Metzker Raymond L. Mitchem Charles Mohler Vicki Moore Mike Morris Terry Mosher Bob Mouser Bonnie Neill Glenda Nimmo Shelby Nixon Bill Noble Carolyn Norris 5- .ww Y Janie McDowell - ,fm 1 aww .. ., E . 4 . rl 281 ...vs iw-.r My T , Q, i . f is 'Q k A mx Eyre 3 S.. K Q fin X ,. .gg 6, . Q . . . M if ?3 Q .ii 1.5. I . :Q kt: .,..-Big? S .L , 4 9- Am. .,., A... . . aggse-wif 1 ., X I.: 'QW - slrisfuff . . ai was .+ Z - -- i ' 2, 1 iwkfmiif asa: 1 QLQYQ' - 954 'W X4 . 69? 2 .2 wNMmnw, 'filo'-K .WI 'iv - ,f L gr E f oi. .X i in Eg, Q fa wi QQ Seri ii. ' " if . Q -- ' Q N 2 1: Q U QM A . . -,' - , .- f- Us ,ie- ' B if L Q L 5 ' 7 ' ,.-' '.-' ii He' aes E,wmw I 'l I. i, 4. . t -: .. '- 1 -P L - ' " . ' X i' I :ii .f , WWEWYQK 'M are a ggwf rm Q se ei: X .-. f w i . X t A E X me fp Lonnie McNeese 1 -- . 5 ww im 6? Q . Q 2 .1 li ' . V, . 'if -s .ii I Mol. 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Q 1 i fr R af 33' X SS' M lei fig' Mi.,f:s'5 me ?l E S fi Sag? .ii g T S ,, in 'iw' , ,WAb i , T - .e,,,.- E , S r J i eeir f - S S i ' s,::ff:,:..::: ,,,. ,I -:-- --155 H . A " - I ' li' 'I 4' W "i" i' .3 ' . Q . 9 X, .i A LE: I lg. K ,, :Q . Q sl 5 I do A m A ga wx, L , K K W .. . it ,. -2 ,:, gvggnuf is F' 'Gif 4 ,wiv Q - - , i ' -i ' 'i -Z' 11' . -S X 'F by FE? if ? i -k 3 as -if if r Mary Love Wachtel Steve Warren Eighth Blllie Tyrev Nancy Steffan Nancy Stone Peggy Stone Ann Straok Eddie Sunthimer Ellen Swagc-r Aletta Talley Karen Taylor Eddie Thompson Steve Thompson Alice Todd Terry Trude Steve VanMater "WE HAD THIS?" . . . ask members of Mrs. Coleis Eighth Grade English class as they tackle another test. Danny Williams Davie Williams Donna Williams , i X, P Tonia Wilson Lawrence Winters Jim Wim- Karen Wolf J. B. Woolverton Stephen Yeokum Barbara Young si- , al 7 alx www 5 alarm, L we it , Q, Q E ' -, Nj Hs, -f qi . . k Q ai . 'ma ':. - ' . 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Paul Bybee Randy Cassidy ,loe Charles Tom Cherry Pamela Chew Betty ,Io Clark Cary Clark Sandra Claspill Lynn Cliffman Carol Collins Bill Colton Gloria Colvin Mike Brundridge Bobby Burris Explores New Regions is R s xx X t ri xt sw 3' 1 4 xt i wk x at at ,grim ,r .t z Q R 2 V ...Q ,- r ' - -- .. s. . -: QQQQQJ ' H: -- ' 552355 ,- all 1 . 1 . . , ..... ' Q 2 - ' ---' . ,. Q-we igiff . linifiiitk t i eng-sf'-A-it X N -fr i :::::::::'-fs 5- L f f E ' - e'i' a t K - -if rziiixfsfew-3ar'?2::zfQ?iZi.'. -ti -. at . . e- V s . . . ,g ,. ,. N ' .. -1 .Af ..:r. - H :ua 5. ' 5555-:SE 1 5 "aa I -' f , -K ' ' ' " is . 'i Qiiiffiti : , : H . ,, A 5. . .fs .. 'nw X if WFS -ir if at ., it K 'i ::' 5- y ,if , . 1 QPQQB '55?Q . I i fi : f f A .t V .. 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Q i ,, ffo..a,, ,ff ,, ,,:-,M W ,Pg 2' - 45, ,- 2 K 56 ,J f M axine , -3: A.-. f ' J X495 J av Danny Grissom Susan Hackney Ellen Hamblin Allen Harden Chrystal Harp Cathi Harper Karen Harrington Barbara Hedges Steve Hertzberg Terri Hickam Dorothy Hobbs Russell Hogan Sandra Hoover Sarah Houdeshell Cary Huddleston S S i S , ,' r ,, "" " 1 if 2 4 --,,,, ' , f , ' - ' f ,r,. , W. 1- ' 'K ,,,- ,, .V i V r ggwg , - f - 5 , 4, if e 'Lf, N., , ' . V F: ii - ijt V if My 3'4- ,i 1, 4 f V, 3 , , - A we A 1 , 4,. 'A , 3 V v 1 of A A 7 Y ...,.,.,', W: l y 'f gi f f., "-, 1 f -- ,. , 2, M , :lf A um A 'K W ,lana lreland 2 ,Q Orville lson WMA an ,H Randy ,ladlot Shelia Jeffries Dean Johnson Mikki .lohnson Paulette Jones Steven Jones Vickie Jones Donna Jordan Shirley Kimzey Albert Klotz .loy Klumpp Terri Knoblauch Charles l,aRew Debby Lathrop 4 i i K ag? Q 0 af -:ai 4' Seventh Grade ii 1 2 4 yr M ,Q if 'Yi A, , if A ' Y , " - . 2' -' ' 'li 'V Ev , . W A man M18 M , J4 , ,,,,,., ,,,, ,W , we 5 4 F' A 4. W 1 i l' 1 , 1345 fins K y. t Q Tom Lattimore -L Tom my Leatherman A . ,. N- fi- wi- ,Iohn Leigh Kevan Loving ex S Q 2 I3 4 W Ad ,Q . if 1 L L ..., . 251 we in L. :LV T. s t rf - gi ' Q - Ricky Leer 1 fl 3.3 S 4 4 X eww wgwff. . Lou Ellen Lowry V I Rebecca Lukenbill 9 Marsha MeConnaughey ' Mary Mclintee ll ' N. Linda Macklin ZWLYF J i Evelyn Malcom Carol Manes Debra Melsenheuner wi? Donald Melsenhelmer Ann Mendenhall iff- -is , il we Y? ,i ' I Q y y l fll ili l J fl ,. ia Wt . ' il 'A I 'i' f" "i Sl I K I If A ie ,.X , L. "'i-.- - , f i,,.".' Karen Miller A J L Q Steve Mitchell f mt- 'J ,if ' k ki 'QM' 'tr' ii' 'fi 2 DURING THEIR LEISURE TIME, . . . seventh graders Sharon Forsen, Randy Jadlot, and Betty Brink take time out to , , RalNetta NlllClllJITI talk over school activities with eighth grader Wayne Compton. Steve Moore Connie Null K,-Q Cheryl Ogle Danny Overton Rhonda Peterson - . Eddie Phillips Alice Pike l 4 ff' p e i' :T Qplf f fei - ,. 'S 5341- i Si? Q S. .. S ,. X .QW it it , W Elf E A x .4 -Q lr' i r ,ffrff . .tt W-Q.. .1..q.: kwa.,-k,V..,-:1V.1.. lg.,-,k. t. 5 A'ALL' IT-iff? 7 ' ,. is , .. it at N v-- 'v X as f' F ff . ., 1 ,-as Ng r sas v e -A 11 - - + .Q -- f t- : A k f. P Sz.f.J ' 'kl' " M '-2 V ." :s ' 'hi ss A 1- ' . Q f:Qm 1E --M'-MY. .- ' ' 5 7-" ,V - S - ,Qs 1 X - 5 , Q- - . ,. me-.K-.fw. .--,...- . . Q wt-is -ff. f - 7 5 sb 1 it ,fr - -,. :satis K 5 . i' ' " si R i J Pi' i Y 1-12 ' ' ' ' wi ' A 1 .t-- , .. - i . 35:3 5.5 'K-sz 'R , 'P' -' 5 -T 5"i:37il ' 1 .V S V rt- ,. , ., f , N K Q 4 0 p ' V L i ' 1 291' -'.iQ1,i1?i.f5 911.-13.4 X P :s Er i Iwi ' p Q . . S L , .. Calhfvrlrw Robb , Richard Roberts r., m .ff fs S i .. - .W :sg ss ,- i E Hazel Sass Wayne Schuster .. . fri his -fs in R ' Z A R. 1 Buff Scott f 5 .ess et .it . is SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . . . are essential to the boys participating in seventh grade shop. Dunning visors, Bill Fulks and Tom l.a put the finishing touches to a recent project by huffing. ttimore S 1 'iiiT.,-53S5SESS-.5:55:f.gL5Ei:Til5i' 3 ieiirgrsiy? sefgflgffiiiififw' ' - Q:- 'f . -fi . I K- V sf , Y 4 . y .....i Q r.., 2.. .... , y Lee Shafer Danny Shope Gregg Short Pam Shorten Steve Sipes Dale Pitts Ricky Place Delma Plain Carl Pokorny Janet Post Carol Putter Sandy Price Deborah Pritchett Bill Rainey Vicki Rasmussen Patricia Reis Evelyn Richards eventh fa -if X - -sw , K- . o::.:,:..,,:,.. , .. . f ' S Y Q gh .enemy iii' nits-AR ? i t H i sf iq fx ...G - .Ag x'a 33 all s K new rr Ur r 5 t i l 'WF t X S S wi 5 E552 1f 'i :fxg D ' Debby Smith ii . ,K Marilyn Smith ' Noel Smith Par Smith 3 :,, V Margie Sparks li 5 iii A IV n uff, joe Spent-er Thomas Spencer Vicky Spiva ,, -A Don Stavy ., Barry Stanley I Sharon Starbuck 1 john Stafford X 1 K Q Q a Q4 Ricky Stong Gabriel Strasser Charles Stukesbary Marsha Slukesbary Don Thompson A R .Q Ni N A il gt Q . Iii tif' S f if ' Grade Terri Tyrec Robert Walker Robert Wallam- Douglas Walton Linda Webb Sharon Webb john Weber ,lim Willers Eddie Williams .ludy Witte Bill Wolf ,Iulia Woodrum Bill Yurk Todd Thorpe . kg Elaine Tille-ry Brenda Trude 0 , L P - Robert Underwuorl M YQ- "i il' , P in fi if ' iizi ii Q- i t Sherrill Venter 1 W Q . A. . I in ,,: . e . M Mik1Volkman ug A, i:i" Q 0 Q tt S I ' A if by kv K K . ,,,. W -. , li i i Q 32, Q . Q 5 , .... - i - Q I . ' --,- , i I --" R . , W z "i': MQ .,,' . f Q R iz' h ? - 2 -, . wp Lvl . S R Q g Q Q xg'-L -Stix: V ts' N. ll -SW ' L A ' it ll QQ In ff- W - ' -- fl 1, Akkg N 5- .ti st X f , K 1 S -l A .. , t .. - Q an 4 K '- Q ::-' -' ,, - - - eit , ,,. V . .i ' W et.. N it 3 it Q ',"' ef. S1 S we is 1 1 1 F 5 5 E r 5 ! I I i 3 it, 2 5315 -,,,.-E""":., 5: ,Exim X Q -.. I , ' Z 4 fmt -'F X Nlf " gl XM ,,-H pf? A i L W Jaan F Z ef 31 1 1 tx X ,,- A 1 i l 1:0 L B uv.-v! 5 9 1 .. " 4 5 32:1 2 3 x ' . u 'I Q' E Q . J B 0 F N N B C . 'ls Z . A l, A., Q wi! v 1 1 k a P J Xigiiiyg,-Krew , QW YL ff Q57 .zz Q ff Mn SU 121 4 i ., C C 'Q I is! ADVERTISING NAYKUQLJ if 5 1 5 JOHANNES HARDWARE Cmnlrlm-K Aulhorizn-11 U4-aln-r -3 ..- .4 -'e E . 1 -. .- A ..- ' 4 I .- A V -1 mfmimiif Phono NO. 7-4404 PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. Nevada. Missouri NO. 7-234-4 Jewel QSSXX A man-.s ' mMi?1in5f1FWi55221 gi ' "I'77?""1"4'f"'fMg Y S: M -A WM H TTQQZZTT? w M as fy f M ff f M W5 .LQPEIHIEY CO. HERTZBERC FURNITURE COMPANY ll-1-116-118 Easl C1ll'I'Fj' Nevada. Missouri BILL HAMBLIN REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE NU. 7-3603 SI-'flllld Door wwf-sl of Nlilvhe-11 Holm-1 Pictures of Prop:-rty Liste-11 IOHNSON'S RADIATOR SHOP l1l1-uning- Rvpairing- Rn-vorin" 225 North ii1'112'll' Virgil llarpvr. Prop. FERRY FUNERAL HOME 301 South Washingtimn Nevada, Missouri GRACO BROTHERS Ure:-nhouse and Flower Shop NO. 7-6104 1212 Wim-at Wvulnul v.,.J,, ,. I ' , , K . A X, younAsfEMYPEn8aM Q f A I - -wwwfw-W -. . TT,- ww mm af ioi 1 : E is is f , A .- 2 1 1 fi Q7 ,C--..,.v.,.... E i - ws- .. gf K K .., Egg, .N K. 1 . --.MM S-w.,,,-1. fl FOODTOWN SUPER MARKETS INC. NEVADA CANVAS COMPANY Telephone' NU. 7-6913 A 321 North Commercial N Nevada, Missouri Awww-vw' 1 ...v-H" 2655 'rr'-wwwwwhwhwmf wid Mm"' """ 'V M',,f, S L,,AL ez P and B TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT COMPANY ROYAL DRIVE-IN A'iiillfe'f.1Z'li?.T,.T,T.1f,fiI.1HIT,'fi1'k Nevada, Missouri SPENCER'S JEWELRY NO. 7-3331 Air Conditioned and TV , A Nevada, Missouri AAA Approved 71 MOTEL Highway 71, North Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Stump RINEHART'S ROWLAND'S Self Service Store Clothing and Shoes North Side ofthe Squa Nevada, Missouri SKELGAS 81 GAS APPLIANCES Kelvinator Refrigerators Flower 81 Garden Seeds Hardware - Gifts ARMITAGE APPLIANCE 81 HARDWARE West Side of Square, Nevada NO. 7-64-62 SPEECE GLASS COMPANY 110 North Washington N0. 7-4665 Plate and W'ind0w Class HEDGE9S 'I'.V . 81 APPLIANCES Fast Dependable Service Complete Selection of Curtis Mathes Color T.V. Buy Direct from the Distributor TOWN AND COUNTRY PROPANE Philgus and Appliances Highway 71 South 4 NO. 7-6291 NO. 7-6438 N I I lrlltii' I 'QW 1 , . rttr 7 ,T lv f ' , ff. ani , 'x.M53i,,,,,, 5 V elf , W , , W, ,MN MW,.4,, ,,,,,,, a ,, , V . , 2 154 SMITH INSURANCE I-IAROLD'S STEAK HOUSE Highway 71 North NU. 7-8847 Nevada. Nlissouri FIRESTONE STORE "Your Safety Is Our Business" 128 East Walnut Nevada, Missouri Phone NO. 7-3366 SHARP'S STORES COMPANY WE-st Side of Square Ne-vada, Missouri LEGAN'S For Gifts for All Occasions LAYHER AMUSEMENT 24-3 N. Commercial NO. 7-5377 BOWEN'S Men's, Boys', and Ladies' WX-ar IOS E. Cherry LIMBAUGH PRINTING CONIPANY QUALITY PRINTING SPEARS Fon ITSELF Nevada, Missouri NO. 7-4266 I 19 South Main DELWAY DRIVE INN Nevada. Missouri AIIen Cummings -Proprietor Carry-outs Phone orders -.is REAL ESTATE FARM AND HOME W SAVINGS ASSN. SERVICE LAUNDRY AND CLEANING COMPANY 215 North Cedar Nevada, Missouri Phone NO. 7-3 I 66 ANCE BARBER SHOP AND ICTORY SHOE SHOP Opvn Nvvada., Missouri SSH 24- H DR. I. E. SPENCER Uptomvtrist 109 East Chu-rry NO. 7-2560 DON'S STANDARD SERVICE Tirvs-Tuhvs-Ballvris-s and ,Al'l'l'SS0l'H'S Phone NU. 7-2783 127 South C4-dar I NEVADA BOOK STORE II5 E. Cherry Nevada, Missouri School Supplies, Books. and Toys 54 DRIVE-INN CAFE 54 Highway East A NU. 7-8327 M.-. and xl.-,. rr.-fi W. Run,-U. o FA A A A as . ' EES,S gr .EES ARNHANI S p DRY CLEANING AND LAUNDRY 214 S. Ce-dar Sew and Save Q 4? THE HUUSE OF FABRICS North Side of Square 3 K f Nevada. fVIissouri ELLIS MUSIC AND FURNITURE COMPANY EICHINGER - MILSTER PHIIIS FURNITURE MART "The Best for Less" Highway 71 and Central NO 7-2507 Phil and Dorothy Koehler THE NEVADA NEWS Circulation: 5,000 weekly See Us For Your Printing Needs 133 East Walnut NO. 7-4649 NELLY DON 71 Highway and Highland Avenue Nevada. Missouri Marv Copowycz Plant Manager '11-1 U N. ,f R- ,,' ,", .,.t , ,s:r': as is l-1: - Qx, .b.., ,,,gg.,,', H u u A i:.' i if iii, t,.: 4 NEVADA DAILY MAIL BILL RICHARDSON OFFICE SUPPLIES AND SERVICES 108 North Cedar Phone NO. 7-2345 for Office and School Supplies LIMBAUGH PRINTING COMPANY QITAIIITY PRINTING SPEARS FOR ITSELF Nevada, Missouri NO. 7-4266 119 South Main SEARS, ROEBUCK . AND COMPANY 125 South Washington Nevada. Missouu 2- HARRY L.. Pam: HARD 8 COMPANY HARRY L. PRITCHARD AND COMPANY General Insurance Mortgage and Loans CRAWTORD REALESTATEAND INSURANCE Phone NO. 742459 114 Wvest Walnut Nevada. Missouri "A Name- Identified with Pharmary Since 1894-." POKORNY DRUG STORE East Side of Square NEVADA AUTO PARTS Bill 0'Connf-ll 414 East Walnut Nevada, Mo. - 64772 VIETH'S CAFE WK- F1-od You on the D Nevada, Mlssourl Banquet Rooms ffesziss T T PRODUCERS 693553 CS. I T i I 1 R p 2,, . ,QRE L THORNTON NATIONAL BANK Established 1869 Ninety-seven Years Same Corner Member F.D.I.C. 'cWe,ll appreciate your businessw POTTER'S 66 SERVICE fires - Tubes - Batteries - Ac-eessorif-s Highway 54 and Cedar Nevada, Missouri GAMMON FEED AND SUPPLY Complete Farm Supply 709 East Cherry NO. 7-3226 CHUVIS PERKYTS BEAUTY SHOP 303 Yves! Cherry Phone NO. 7-4606 CITIZEN'S STATE BANK Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation A.A.A. PRINTING CO. 117 South Cedar GUTHRIE MOTCR COMPANY Phone NO. 7-4123 224 East Walnut Nevada, MO. i ' Nevodcl, Missouri Phone 7-4891 Q"G'tantEwEtitEtr Chevrolet cmd Buick Agency Nevada's Friendly Bank Member ,XI . . SHORTENS FUNERAL HOME t evada. Missouri Nevada, Missouri NEVADA LUMBER COMPANY mm Ltltiiiil Malts Sund DARI - CREME ! Shakes Hot Dogs 71 Highway North Nevada, Missouri DAIRY QUEEN ' 400 West Cherry mn Ever thin inl e C e m Drinks PSBHITWICITEZ Serving you Since '22 DARROW LUMBER COMPANY in Nevada, Missouri "WP Sf-ll for L1-ss" l,. A. DARROWQ Own:-r NO. 7-3267 THEDA'S BEAUTY SHOP for finer hair styles Him WYSONG-MALMO MOTOR CO. Barth Hinkle, Pres. Geo. Huitt, V-Pres Vernon County Abstract Co. 'gSouth Side of Square" STAR CLEANERS Quality Dry Cleaning T4-lm-phone NO. 7-4502 106 East Cherry STYLECRAFT 102 East Cherry Nevada, Missour STYLA-RAMA BEAUTY SALON 121 E. Walnut Nevada, Missouri and Edna and Sue NO. 7-5904 WHITE GRILL "Good food is good Health" ,, At A XA A, Mhz: Sc-10c-31.00 SCOTT'S STORE Svhool Supplies and Wearables South Side of Square Phom- NO. 7-62 58 -- A Vincent's No. 2 Austin 81 Oak ,,..--- SHARP'S STORES COMPANY Wvesl Side of Square Nevada, Missouri WMISSOURI PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY . serves 222 Communities in Western Missouri With electricity, gas. or water." KARBE'S SUPERMARKET "Sells More for a Dollar" I THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS 4. COMPANY 115 North Main Nevada. Missouri NU. 7-3608 h Bain Evelyn Bain ZION SHOE STORE Wh:-rv you find Peters Shors SHANKS AND STERETT Clothing Company Exrlusivr Men and Boys' WK-ar East Side of Square , J ' :A 'AS manner f' ' ' """ 'i'i3f"':-' '-f-:m'1::.: M-,eN,......H .M WIGCS DRUG STORE North Side Square- Nvvada, Missouri 1 62755 American Tank Co. Nevada, Missouri GQQQE cZH9sHr,conNfns WALLPAPER- PAINT5-SIGNS ' ART SUPPLIESMOBBIES- '57 I , il u f NEVADFMMISSCURI "::5555i33?' . ' "ISI:-.. ' "::5:2 - ' . -. YN -:Zz .Isa , 3 'L mamma! f :f- fig 1-1555-2 Highway 71, North B 81 N HOME CONDITIONINC "Aluminum Manufacturers" 116 North Washingto Nevada, Missouri NO. 7-3751 A. K. WOODARD Carburetors ,and Electrir' Service- HW1- are Specialists" Nevada, Missouri oRAPHK:ARTssTUDHJ N? Q 2 t 7 1 Ili? 5 Official Nevamo Photographers for the past 16 years Joe Bradham Pierre Weltmer Phone NO. 7-3232 1 19 East Cherry 6 Dahmer Electric Co. 609 E. Cherry PHONE NO. 7-3567 BUSSINGEITS MUSIC STORE 129 East Cherry Nevada, Missouri 9 Best Wishes from .... . Compliments of SEATON'S MEAT COMPANY Nevada, Missouri HORNER FLOWER SHOP AND GREENHOUSE Phone NO. 7-4841 Nevada, Missouri DAVISONIS SHOES NEVADA REDI-MIX Certified Concrete ' 713 East Austin Phone NO. 7-4846 HARTZFELD CONOCO SERVICE Highway 7l and lliekory Phone NU. 7-2231 YEAGER Wholesale Company of Missouri, lnc. Post Office Box 457 1600 North Highway 71 Nevada,Missou 'fi f 'f-i'23'52'.EE?.fL1'Eg:fs'22ff'3M"fT 1 ' - W- aeasm MAINTAIN 'K omcss STORES f . Iausmmssf Q' I wmv wwffwmf' 6 'WiWRUt"IHHW'FldW unmet FOOD HENRY KRAF T MERCANTILE COMPANY B. B. Fowler, President Billy M. Bales, Vice-President J. H. Hudson, Treasurer Betty Neff, Secretary FARMER'S MUTUAL FIRE AND LIGHTNING INSURANCE COMPANY OF VERNON COUNTY Nevada, Missouri SAATHOFF FURNACE CO. SALE AND SERVICE Paper - Janitor Supplies ny lrlstitutional Foods 706 South Clay NO 7-54T8 ' Nevada. Missouri l I ff t , . P! 163 Hi-Why 71 at Hickory 103 E. Atlantic SPENCER TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT COMPANY THANKS SO MUCH Ford Tractor Dc-:llc-r in V1-rnon Counlv Highwav Tl North WE APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT -Nevamo Staff H. L. EMERY AND SON Ilvalc-rs in I'1-rllllzn-r-F4-vfl-Urain-Sm-iii-l"vn1'z' Dial NU. T-4273 New zuia. Nlissouri MITCHELL HOTEL 50 rooms 81 50 lvalhs air-conditions-d 81 air-cooled color T.V. in lobby FERRY BROTHERS' INSURANCE AGENCY Loans and Rn-al Estan- Eslablishml H182 NO. 7-6-16I 108V2 W1-st Whlnut DR. QI. P. WOODFILL Uplonu-trisl ELLA .I. LEE Rc-al Estate and Insura Uffive Hours 8:30 - 5:00 Notary Public Thursday 8:30 - l2:00 Phono NU. 7-5673 nv NU. 7-5465 104 North Cc 323 WPS! Austin Ne-vada., Missouri Nvvada, Missouri X111-11 11 1l"'l"- 'lfflfip 191 -111.1-1..,1,1.1z.1.1.s 1111111 1, 1I11a1'1es 18155,73.138 1f1illllS. 11ar11ara 1 121 30, 10,110,108 Xllillll 11111111 w.11a1e181 138 s, Harrell 19158,132 x11lllllS, Iliana 181 03,138 111111111 s, 11o11er11121 1111,17,l08 11111i11s. 111111111 181 55,113,138 Xffee 11l'1'I'I11il 1101 51,511,120 1 1221-1 111-111111 1 121 11,1011 1,11 lx U1.. e11I17157.73,111 X111-1'. 11111101113 1 101 120 11l'X5.lll11f'I', Linda 1121 58,59. 108 11111 ro, Xielor 191 132 X11ar11,110ug1121 1- 1,10S1, 108 '11ll'lI, .loyee 181 55,138 Xllen. Larry 1121 511,108 '111l'll, liyllll 181 55,138 -11116 Index 111iss,110y 191 1-7,1112 11100111, Gary 1111 80,120 11100lI1,,1011I1 171 73,80,1 11 11011111-11. l1iek1-y 191 132 110ehs. Xr1hur1l21 108 110111, Patty 17157.l11- 110111111. Nina11l1 120 11olto11, William 1111 120 111lW1'll, Randy 18155,138 111111111-1', 1iola11l1 120 11oy11, X1eehe1le181 138 110y 11. 11an1ly 1101 120 110y11, 1111111 171 111 11l'il111liIlI1.1i21Ill 181 55.57,0I1,138 11l'2l111lilIll, .10e 31 11liil1l11ilI'Il, 511146191 72,73,79,132 l1raswell, Nanette 191 110,011,132 11l'illlll, Stanley 1101 1211 11I'1'i'1i1'llf111gt', 11ryan181 3l,55,73,80,88, . 11111 1 1 1 ,120 X111111, 'lierry 1101 33,5 1,1211 Nllen, 1110111 1101 35,00,l20 X111-11. 1111111111 171 l 11 Xllison, Xelma 20 11111-s, Xngela 1,110,132 xX11111'rs, 1 ieki 1121 15,108 'xIl111'l'S0ll, Mary 11011 1 101 51,1211 xll1,f1'1,11il1'y 18155,138 Xnson, 111110111115 1101 120 Nreher, Xanee 171 1 11 '1I'lI111ilgl', Richard 1 101 58,1211 xI'lIlS1l'0I1g, Nlartha 20 xl'IllS1I'0Ilg, Xaney 1121 108 xI'll0111, llelen 1121 11.15,51,50.108, Xrthur, Gregory 191 58.132 '1I'11lllI',,11lll 1121 35,99,108,1 I7 'Xrthur,'1'erry 1101 35,1211 Atkinson, Xieki 181 55,57,03, 138,139 -Xttelu-ry, Nlildred 27 Xustin, 'X11ane11e11l1 120 11 11agge11, lxarl 181 55,138 l1i1i11'y..1o1111 18155,138 11ain, Patti 11 I1 110,112,120 11air11, Nancy 19158,132 11ak1-r, 111Il11y 181 55,138 1gil1il'l', '111-rry 1121 108 11a1l, 11erniee 20,5-1 11ar11e1', Nancy 171 1 11 11ar11e11, llelen 20 1gllI'1il'l', 1Jiana110151,120 11arker, Linda 181 138 157 11arnetl, ,1i111 1121 71,75,711,80,89,108,117 11ilI'!'1'11,1l1ll'1S 1101 911,120 11i1FI'1'11, Golleen 181 55,57,03,138 11asl0w,.li111 1121 511,108 1.18 11I'1'l'll,.1t'I'I'y 1111 82,120 11l'l'1Al'I'. Neda 1101 120 111'ig111, 11righ1, I1rink, Ginger 181 55,011,138 N1ike1ll1120 11e1ty 171 03,1 11,1 19 11l'1111llg11iiIll, lxay 181 11,113,138 11rit1ingham, Xlarilyn 1101 110,5-1,011,120 11ri1ti11ghan1, Marty 1121 80,108 111'o0ks,1l1areni1a 1 1 11 120 111'oug111011, Robert 191 132 1111111 n. 111'0w 11, 11!'0WIl, 11I'0Wl1, 11I'1lVNl1. 11r0wn, 11l'11Wll, 11l'1lWll 11e11y 1111 51,120 llonna 191 00,132 lferman 191 132 Loretta 11 11 120 Xlary 191 30,00,0I1,13I1 Nan 1101 38, 111,00, 120 11 1 20 11l1,7'1121-1-1 11111 11I'0Wll: Sue fXnn1-191 1,30,00,88,132 11r111111r 111'1111s. idge, N1ike171 10.111- 1,oren111182,120 11rys1111. .101ly 1111 120 11llIlll. X1argare11l0100,120 lgllllll. Nera 27 11ur11iek, 11e11y 1101 51,120 11lll'111l'1i, Larry 1111 120 11urgess,.10e lid 191 72,73,82, 132,137 1111r111-tl, Sharon 1101 120 11urris, 11urris, 11o1111y 171 1 111 Gladys 27 11u1'1'oug11s, Mary 1111 1,510,211,I19.50,00. 112.98.101,120 11ll1lll'I'. Xlarie 21,35 11ll1llPl'., Stanley 27 11iilll'0I'11, lxerry 1121 11-'1-,50,5 1,110,108 11i1Ul'0Ill, Nlarylynn 1101 1,514,011,120 11l'1'll1illl, Claudia 191 1-11,58,132 111'Plll1lIl, Craig 1121 1l,3T,11.1J1,50.52.108 Bl'0Illilll. Nlike 171 73,1 111 111-1el11 111-11, 1 -r,1Main1l01120 Ihristi 181 55,03,138.139 11l"I1Il1'11, 11ar11ara 20 11t'llIll'1l, 11ay 20,1111- 11es1, 111151, 111-eky 1101 416,120 11uteh18131,55,57,138 111-s1,Garo1y11 1101 120 111-st, 111-yer Marjorie 111158,00,97,120 , 111111111101 1211 11t'Y1'F,.1illllt'5 171 1-11 11eyer, 11111111 1101 120 Biggs 11iggs 1115110 , 1,0I'i,lll 18155,138 , 110121 1101 120 p, 1'1I'1"L1 1111 120 11is110p, .li1n 171 11-'11 11ish0p,,luli11 1111 00,101,120 11lii1'1il1l0rl', IJ1-111111181 31,55.03,138 811-y, 11ar11ara171 114 l1y111'1', 1101J1Jy 171 57,1 11 11y11e1-, N1ike18155,57,138,1 13 11y1'r, llarya 181 55,113,138 1. 1.a111me1l, 'lierry 191 132 1.a1xin, lflorence 181 138 111111 in, 1j1lian1111 10,110,120 1Q11r1i11i, 11921111111 1111 1,1-8,110,112,120 1iill'11ll1, Sammy 181 55,73,80,lf18 1Iar1s0n, 1latheri111- 1101 311,120 1Iar1son, Marvin 11 11 17,120 Garls0n,'1'erry1101 17,120 11ilI'IJ1'Il10l',1l2i11ly 1121 109 1Ia1'pe111er,ji1n 181 55,138 Garpeilter, 11iehar11 11 1 1 120 1'arro11, Linda 1121 15,109 11ilI'11'I', Susan 110100,120 1iilf11SI'1g1l1, Judy 110151,127 1Q11rlwrighl, lxenneth 1 1 11 51-,120 1iLlI'1WI'1g1l1,1121l.lI'ii 1111 121 11ilI'lW'l'1gll1, Steve 191 132 1l11s11,11ay'm0n1118155,57,138 1ia1ssi11y, 11an1ly171 11-1 1l1lNill'IilUg1l, Lois 1101 1-0,110,127 1I11a1111. Gle11n 191 1-7.132 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I11a11d, Larry 1101 17,127 i1liifl1"y,11iifl 191 132 I11apn1a11, 1,011 1111 121 Qhapman, Louise 21 I11arles,.10e171 1 11 I11erry,'1'0111 171 J1l,7J1,811,11-1 Ihesnut, Leon 191 132 1111-w, Pamela 171 31,113,88,1112,1111 f" Ihlipala, Frank 72,73,75,78 1Il1risen11erry, 11111'0111 1121 109 1I11risenl1erry, Nlarvin 1101 127 Clark, l1e11y,1017103,l 1-1 Clark, 11111101121 1- 1, 15,109 1l1ark, 1'1L111ie1l11 121 1Ql11rk, Gary 17157,l11 Glar11,L1oy1118155,138 1I1aspill, Ronnie 1101 127 1I111spil1, Sandra 171 1 11 1 Ilawson, Nadine 1111 121 1I1i1fman,Gary 1111 121 1f1i1fman, Lynn 17180,11-1 1,01-hran, .ludy 1101 120 11offn1an,1Ihris1i11a 181 55.00,113,139 Coffman, 1xa1hie191 1212 1.offman, 5111111 1 111 121 1'o11-, 'Xda 21 1101111-'r, lxelley 1111-12,1J1,82, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ollier, Shannon 191 00,132 o1lins,Garol 17103,1 11 ollins, Larry 1111 121 ollins, Nlarvalee 1 1 l130,00.111,88 ollins, Sheryl 191 00,132 ollon, 11111171 111 - 011011, 11011 191 132 ollo11, Terry 1101 127 olyin, Gloria 171 1 1 I o111pt0n,1I0nni1-110151,110,127 lompton, Wayrle 181 "1,55,57,73,80,139, 1 19 0lIlS1OC1C, Naney 1101 127 01111 ay, john 1. 1121 1-.30,31,311,.11,.10, 52,53,71,75,70,88.911.100,109 11111111 ay, X1ike181 55.139 10011, llharles 191 132 Iopp, Linda 181 139 I0pple,,1oh111101 127 lornell, Greg181 139 Iotter, Moe 72 loyington, llebra 191 132 fovi11g10r1,'1'erry 1121 11,15,109 lovyan, X1 axne1l01 58,59,82,90,97,120, ox. 1f11c1ie1l0182,l27 ox, Gerald 1121 1- 1-,109 0x, .lim 1111 37,39,98,12l 0x,.1o11n19151,132 ox,.10yee 181 139 ox, lxathi 55,113,139 I'kl1g,11E'0I'gP17l1 1 15 raig, ,1ol1n171 115 rawford, 11011 11 11 121 rawford, Cathy 181 1 1,139 rawfor11,Jo 11111111121 11.15.111,l09 ram10rd,Se1lc1a 191 132 reek, Xerner 11 1158, 121 ross, 1'1e1ly 171 03,1 1-5 ross, NOFUIHII1111 121 rosswhite, Ronnie 1 121 1-1, 17.109 r0use,1lon1ll182,121 rouse, Fred 171 73,1 15 1'01S1-2.1001111121 1'01y11'. 111111-19151,132 ulhertson, 11onnie 171 711.1 15 ullsertson, Steve 1 121 1 1.5 1,511,109 11111-'r,.10hn 181 1319 llIIlIll1IlgS, '1111-11 27 urrent, Patrieia 171 113.1 15 59 1llITy',122lV1111121 109 furry, Donald 1101 78,127 .urry.1anet19158.00,133 lurry , Sue 171 31,57,113.1 15 0 ft 1 1 1 L ff? 1 165 , yi 1 , , , , ilznlery, 1'lddic 1101 33,58,78,l27 Curtis, Coby 1121 109 Curtis,,1ared181 139 D Dade, 'lim 17157,73,80,1,13 Dahmer, David 1101 127 Daluner, George 1101 96,127 1Qahmer, Gregg 1111 121 Dggmer, Olga 21 Dahmer, Steve 181 31,55,139 Dailey, Geraldine 1101 37,611,126 Dailey, Sue 181 31,55,63,139 Danie1s,,1anet181 55,139 Daniels, ,lanice 181 55,139 Daniels, Lawrence 1111 47,121 David, Richard 171 57,1415 Davis, Mike1811O,11,139 Deeter, 'llim 171 1,15 Dehon, Des 21,19 de Laczkovich, Kathy 171 1,116 de Laczkoyieh, '1'ony 1101 127 Denman, ,lohn 11112,11,66,69,121 Denman, N1ary.Xnn 181 31,55,63,139 Denning, .lulia 1111 121 Depue,,1erry1oe11012,127 DeSha,1va171115 Dickason, Delene 171 31,63,1fS1-5 Diekason, Diane 1101 60,127 Diggins, Penny 171 46,63,1f15 1Ji1ly,l1an191'17,133 Di1ly',.1im1101117,127 Divine, Deana 1111 54,511,121 Dobson, Larry 1111121 Dobson, Linda 1101 30,60,61,96, 126 Doelling, Debbie 181 55,615,139 Doolin,,lanice18155,139 Doolin, Scotty 1121 411,-17,109 Dougherty, Lou 1111 60,121 Dougherty , Sue 1111 30,51,60,121 Dove, Gene 1101 127 Drake, Sylvia 1101 127 Dulier, Frank 181 139 Dulier, Louie 1121 5-1,109 Dulier, Shirley Ann 191 46,133 Duncan, X1ike11216,44,86,99,110 Dunfield, Gene 191 133 i1'5un1ield, james 1111 121 Dunficld, Linda 1101 127 Du Bossette, Shariell 191 511,133 . In lflador, Bill 181 11,139 Bador, Sharon 1111 121 111515-itaest, .lim 1101 35,66,72,82,l27 E5Ar--- 1' ffandra18155,63,139 156 zanne18131,55,63,139 1 ..tmda17157,63,1-15 . l,1121Ilfly191133 baton, Darrell 181 55,139 Eaton, Donna 181 55,139 Edwards, lean 1121 30,36,39,51,53,5 1,56 60,103,106,110 liiffert, Steve 1121 39,51,63,86,99,l 10 liiffert, Susan 171 115 1'1llifrits, .'Xrthur,,1r. 191 133 lflliotl, Brenda 171 57,133,113 lfllis, Debbie 181 55,63,139 1-Qlsworth Curr 10 66 71 72 82 127 1Cinery,,1im 181 55,57,73,80,139 1'lIl10I'1', Judy 1111 3o,35,:s7,11:s,1.a,5o,5l 60,121 lumery, 1yat11y1111 121 lfinery, Lynn 171 57,115 lfmery, Randy 1111 58,78,121 lirickson, Umeda 22,-18 lfrwin, Bill 171 115 lfslinger, Connie 1111 31,37,,17,60,121 Ewan, llgxid 1121 11-1,50,66,68,1 10 1'1wan,,1aniee 191 133 , 15 Fairbanks, Tommy 191 51,1233 166 ' Fanning, N1ike171 73,115 Farmer, Donald 181 139 Farmer, Ronald 1121 110 in-Cm, Cheri 1101 127 Fccht, Cindy 191 133 Fecht, 1iurtis111186,121 Fccht, loin 10,22 Fellows, Louella 27 Fellows, Paula 191 58,60,97,l33 Fellows, Randy' 1111 66,68,69,95,121 F ' A erguson, Don 22 Files, Eddie1101 127 Files, Norma 191 133 Fine, Sam 22,111 Fisher, David 181 139 Fisher, Dennise 191 16,133 Fisk, Donna 10,1 1,22,-11,95 Fisk, Nlary 22 Flaten, Donald 17157,1-15 Flaten, Naomi 191 133 Fleming, Randy 171 115 Fleming, 'llom 171 57,1 15 Flctehall, Judy 1121 30,37, 1- 1,50,60,1 10 Fletchall, 1 irginia 27 Flynn, Joyce 191 133 Flynn, Judy 1111-1-6,121 Forbes, Linda 171 63,115 Forkner, Marita 171 1-15 Forsen, Sandy' 1111 121 Forsen, Sharon 171 63,1'115,l 119 Foster,,1ane 1111 35,f'1+8,60,127 Foursha, Sam 1111 2,30,50,66 88,120,121 Fox, Monte W. 181 55,139 Franz, Yonda 1101 128 Frazier, Becky 1111 121 Fritter, Bill 1111 1-7,121 Frilter, james 181 11-0 Fritter, Xlary 191 11,133 Fulks, Bill 171 57,1-15,118 Fuller, Laurel 1111 60,62,122 G Gaither, .lohn 1121 110 Gardner, Barbara 1101 33,128 Gardner, Kathy'1111101,122 Gardner, Sandra 191 133 Garner, Bob 1101 30,11-9,78,126, Garner, Donny 171 73,80,lf1-5 Garton, Larry 1101 47,128 Garwood, Billy 181 73,140 Garwood, Mike 171 1-'15 Gast, Linda 171 145 Gay, janice 10,22 Geary, Xickie112139,110 Gehrs, Sondra 22,239,113 George, Don 191 72,723,133 Giger, Donna 1111 122 Gilbert, Gene 181 55,57,1 10 Gilliland, Ronnie 1121 110 Gilman, Don 171 115 Gire, lilmer 191 133 Gire, Kendall 171 1,15 128 Gladden, Ginger 1121 11,36,37,I39,1l,11 -18,51,60,11O Glenn, Raylene 171 63,11-5 Gonterman, Teri 1101 128 C' od Car 8 1011 110 'O 1 1 Y 1 1 7 , Gordon, Boyd 1101 128 Gordon, Susan 1101 128 Gotsehall, Tim 1101 128 Gragg, Larry 1101-19,128 Gragg, Linda 171 63,115 Graham, Bi1117173,80,l15 Grandstaff, Sharon 181 55,1 140 Greer, Sue 1111 12 ffffagg, James 191 72,73,82,133 Gregg, 11ichard1111 122 Gregory, Bobbie 22 Griggs, Blaine 1111 17,121 Grissom, Danny 171 11.6 ,70,72,83, Grissom, Dixie 1 101 128 Guffey, Gail 1111 122 Gunfly, Doug 1 101 30,37.l26,128 Guthrie, 1.ee18155,57,73,1 10,11-3 Haekney,,1ames 1Cuslot1ian1 27 Hackney, Susan 171 1 146 11:-lckworth, '1'erry 1121 11,110,113 Hackworth,'1'o1nmy 181 55,1 10 11aggans,,1ohn 1101 66,72, 128 llaggans, Mike 1121 3'1t,36,37,39,52,66, 67,68,81,87,99,103,106,1 10 Hall, Donald 19151-,133 Haller, Levon 10,23, 141 llamblin, lfllen 17163,l16 11amb1in,W. B...1r. 23 Haner, Cheryl 181 55.63,1 10 Haner,,1ames 1101 128 Hardin, Allan 171 57,1 16 Harp, Crystal 171 1 16 11arp, Gail 1101 128 Harpe1,,1ames1101 128 Harper, Cathi 171 55.1 1-6 11arper, Gathlene 181 1 1-0 llarper, Glenda 1111 122 Harper, ,1in1 1121 111,117,110 1larper,Bicky 1912,133 Harper, Robin 191 133 llarpold, Carol 1121 11-1,66,86,88,89,106 110,156 Harpold, Ronnie 100 Harrington, Karen 171 1 16 Harris, Doug 191 30,131- Harrison, Nlary 171 63,1 16 11awkins,,1ames 181 55,57,73,1 10,1913 Hawkins, ,Iohn 1101 128 Hawkins, Wilma 1111 1-1,58.60,122 Hayes, .-Xlice 181 55,1 10 Hayes, N1ark1101 128 Hayes, XY alter 1111 122 Headley, Guy 27 Headley, Rickie 1111 1-7,50,122 Hedges, Barbara 171 63,1 1-6 lleitz, Frances 1121 110 llelms, Ricky 181 73,1 110 Hendrix, Bette 1121 1i,30,32,38,60,62,88, 91,107,109,111 11ens1cy',,1im 1121 '111-,58,59,97,1 1 1 Hensley, Ruth 181 55,63,1'140 Henson, 111argie1101 128 llergert, Dave 1101 96,128 llergert, Steve 1121 111 Hcrider,1ames19179,131 11erren, Billy 1111 117,122 Herstein, Gary 1101 58,128 11erstein, Ronnie 181 55,57.l 10,1 1-3 llertzberg, Steve171 57,73,80,1 16 11iekam, '1'erri 171 57,63,l 1-6 Hickam, Toni 191 60,131 High, Cheryl 1111 122 Hill, Helen 1121 1-6,51-,60,1 1 1 llill, Johnny 73,1 10 llill, Linda 102 Hillier, Don 18131,55,57,73,80,1 10 Ilillier, Doris 1101 30,37,53,60,l28 11ilt,,lona1ee 1111 5'1,60,l22 11ilton,,1im1111122 Hinkle,,1u1ia 181 55,613,110 llires, Bill 23 llires, Nancy 181 55,63,1 110 llirschman, Cindy 181 55,63,1 10 llirschman, Randy 111196,122 Hobbs, Dorothy' 17163,1 16 ' lloeper, lcrry 1101 128 Hogan, Linda 1111 122 Hogan, Russell 171 1,16 Holcomb, 110m ard 27 Holcomb, Lucille 27 Holland, Barbara 191 58,59,60,131 11o1land,,1oan 112151,1l1 Holmes, Xlclinda 181 55,63,1 140 llolmes, Robbie 1111 00,08,70,95,122 lloover, Donna 1121 111 lloover, Sandra 171 1 10 llopkins, Bennie 27 llord, lfranees 1 1 1 1 00,122 11ord,Le019172,73,131 llorneeker, 11011 1101 17,5 1,511,128 llorneeker, Linda 1121 30,39,11,50,51,50, 00,111 llorning, Carol 10,23,33 lloudeshell, Dinah 191 131 lloudeshell, 1'1llen L. 1111 51,122 lloudeshell, Sarah 171 57,1 1-0 Householder, Larry 1111 25,00,07,70,71, 73,7-1,122 llouseholder, Leland 1121 52,00,08,71,81, 107,111 11owe1l, X1ike18155,57,73,80,1 10,1 13 llowell, Roger19130,79,81,l31 llowell, Ste-ve1121 8,30,39,50,00,09,88, 100,100,111 lluddleston,1Lary 17180,110 11uddlest0n,jaekie 1101 128 11unt,junie18155,03,110 1 lreland, Debra 181 3l,11,55,03,88,91,1 1-0 lreland, lilaine 1121 14,15,80,1 1 1 1re1and,jana17131,57,03,1 10 lrwin, Bill 171 73,1 10 lrwin, jerry 10,23,51 1son,Urvi11e171 73,11-0 jackson, .1 ackson, jackson, jackson, jackson, jackson, Jadlot, 1 109,11 lmvid 191 30,131 Doug111171,77,122 Glenda 95 fluy 1101 33,715,128 Randy 18153,73,1i0,138,l10 Roger18180,1 10 Iharles 1 121 2,1 1.50,00,09,107, 1 jadlot, Randy' 171 31.73,80,l16,119 114101, sim-191 72,7:s,7f1,z1o,1:11 jadlow, Rarhara 181 55,03,l 10 .1adlow, Xlary 1101 11,610,128 Jeffries, Shelia 171 1 10 jennings, james 1101 128 johnson,1fora 191 131 johnson, Darra 181 55,03,1 11 johnson johnson j olmson johnson johnson johnson johnson johnson 1 1 Dean 171 57,1 10 Dick 181 55,73,1 1-0,1 11 Dora 1111 122 , judy 112151,50,00,0l,1ll , N1e1vin110178,128 , Nlikki17103,l10 , Robert1101 17.128 Sherri11111 12.11122 jones, Connie 191 131 jones, C. 11.. .1r. 9,18,100 jones, N1rs.1,l. 11. 100 jones, Kenneth 181 55,73.80,l 11 jones, Larry Dale 1 101 128 jones, Lester 27 jones, Xancy'18155,111 jones, Pauletta 171 1,10 jones, 1iekie171 1 10 jones, Steven 171 1 10 jones, 'llana 1.aRea 181 55,03,1 11 jordon, Donna 171 1 '10 1x lxapple,1lhris18155,03,111 Keele, jim 18155,73,1f1-1 1xegerries,Cath1een 191 00,131 lxeithly, Cail 2 1,01 ,100 lxeithly, 11. fQar1and8,19,52,100 lxennedy, j ulianne 191 30,00,133,131 Kent, Ronnie 171 80,1-10 lyerr, Larry 1101 00,72,82,l28 lxerr, 1.es1ie 1111 00,70,72,82,122 lxetterman, Nicki 1 121 111 lxiger, llathy 191 58,13-1 lximlrerlin, Sley'e191 131 lximzey, Shirley 171 31,03,1 10 lxlotz, Xlbert 171 1 10 1x1otz,11orris1111 17,122 lxlumpp, joy 17157,03,1 10 lxlumpp, Ralph 1121 30,50,81.l ll lxnoblaueh,'1'erri17157,l 10 1inoderer,.1oy'ee 1 101 128 lxnoderer, Stan 1 121 7 1-,77,103,1 12 Koder, Dorothy 1121 13.112 lxoder, Nlary 191 13-1 1i01'1lIl,111C'113I'K1 191 131- lxoelm, Sharon 181 10,1 11 Kraft, Sally 1111 37,00,l01 ,122 lxrause, lfranees 1101 33,11,58,l28 lxutina, Xrlene 11 11 38,122 liutina, Nliehael 1121 17,112 Lafferty, 11111 11 11 58,512,122 Lafferty , 11011 191 73,79.13-1 La1Luire, lieth 112137,38.10,112 1,amh,,1ane1le 1 111 122 Lamore, llraneis 181 11,80,1 11 1.amore,john 18155,80,111 1.aneaster,1li1es 1121 112,113 Lancaster, Nlartha 191 131 Land, Patricia 11I100,123 1.aRew, Charles 171 57,1 10 Larimore, jan 1l1151,123 Larimore, Leann 191 131 Lasley , Rob 1101 58,128 Lathrop, Danny 191 131 Lathrop. Debby 171 11,03,57,l 17 Lattimore, lom 171 57,1 1-5,1 18 Lawson, Linda 1111 122 Layher, Randy 1101 73,128 Leatherman, 'llom 17157,1 17 Leehman, Nan 181 111 Leedy, Xlphina 11. 21 leedy, Nlark 112150,52,58,ll2 Leer, ffeeil 27 Leer, Larry 191 58,79,8l.131- Leer, Ricky' 171 l 17 Legleiter, 1 iota 1 101 511,128 Leigh, jim 1111 1,7 1,711,123 Leigh, john 171 80,1 17 Leonard, 1iaren18155,111 Leonard, Sharon 181 55,1 11 Leonard, Xelma 27 Lewis, Darlene 191 131 Lightner, j. 11. 181 55,80,1 11 ,1 13 Lincoln, lxaren 181 55,1 1-1 Livingston, Dennis 11 11 17,123 Logaugh, Del1ra 191 135 Locke. 1 ieki 191 58,159,135 Lofquest, Doris 18155,1 11 Lofquesl, Linda 1101 10,011,128 Logan. George Nl. 18 Longslreth, jan 1111 17,123 Longstreth, janet 1111 51,011,123 Longworlh,1L1enn 112150,112 Longworlh, N1ike1121 11,82,107,1 12 Loomer, Linnard 191 17,135 Loomer, Rodney 1111 2,'17,00,72,90,123 Lott, Martha 1101 129 1.ove..1erry 1121 112 Loy'ing,1Iyndia1101 129 Loving, lxevan 17173,80,1 17 Lowry, Lou 171 11-7 Loy, .10e 1121 30,32,35,100,112 Lukenhill, Danny 181 55,57,11l,113 Lukenhill, Linda 191 135 Luken11i1l, Mary 1121 112 1.uken11i11, Rebecca 171 57,03,1 17 X1 N1e1d0o,1Iathy'18155,11.l N1e'1doo,joe110182,129 N1e'Xdoo, Sharon111137,12,113,123 Me1Iann,'1'hom1101 129 X101 fann Vllimmie 1111 30,39,00.0l.90,98 101.1221 X1L'111illl1.11l'11115 110100,129 X11-1.1a1n.1,1nny 191 J1,f711,1-1-D X1e1I1ain. Scotty 112152,82,112 X11-lllellan.Rayburn112151,112 x1l'110lllli1l1g1lt'1, jim 1 121 112 Nleilonnaughey, X1arsha17131,03,1 17 x1l'11UIll1illllLf1lt'f. Randy 18155,1 11 Nlellonnangliey. lerry 191 17,135 Xlellernlott. 131111101 129 N1eDona1d, 1111127 11eDowe11,janic-18131,55,03,1 It X1e1'fntee, jeanne 1101 00,129 Xlelintee, Nlary 17103.117 Nleflehee, Clail 21 N1e1Lran.,Iimn1y 191 17,135 Xlelxinley . john 7,21 Xlelxee, Sherry 1101 129 X1eLaugh1in, lxay 1121 39,38.00.112 X1eNeeee, Lonnie 181 .1.1,l 1-I X1eNeeee, Naney 191 135 X11-Neeee, Richard 1 121 1 13 N11-Neeee,1Xa1ter1111 17,123 N14-Queen, Don 191 135 N11-Rey nolds, Rarhara 112139,1 13 X1eReynolds, jo lid 1 121 11,15 N1eReyno1t1s, Linda 181 03,111 N11-1 ieker, jimmy 191 17.72,73,79,l35 110111-ker, judith 1121 30,37,11.15,1f1,f 113 N1e1ieker,11i1ey1101 17,51,8l,129 N1adi1l,1.arry 1111 123 Nladill. Susan 1 101 33,011,129 Nlahan, David 1111 123 Xlahana. 1"rankiej.181 11,111 Xlaleom, Iivelyn 171 1 17 Nlaleom, Phyllis 1 121 58.91112 31anes,1larol171 111-7 31anes,joyee1111 123 Xlaring, lxevin 181 55,73,1,11 Xlarlatt, Miki-1121 11,112 Xlartin, 11011191 135 Xlalher, Roger 1101 17,129 Nleisenheimer, Debra 171 03,1 17 Xleisenlleimer, Donna 191 135 Nleisenheimer, Donald 171 57,117 Xlellenhrueh, '1'om 1121 113 Nlendenhall, Xnn 171 03,1 '1--1,117 Xlendenhall, Rrent 1111 32,37,13,50,98, 120.123 1' Nleritl, Shelia 1111 35,1-0,011,123 Nlerrell, john 1111 00,72,123 . X1esp1ay,jim 1121 37,38,58,l07,1 13 N1esplay.1.inr1a 191 8,011,135 7 ' Nlelzker. Xlike 1121 0,00,08,09,71 ' Nlelzker, Pal 18131.55,73,80,1 11 N1i11ord,,Xnita19151,00,135 Nlilford, Naney 11115 1,011,123 Xliller, Edna 1111 123 Nliller, Xlrs. llomer 27 N1iller,jim1121 113 Xliller, Karen 171 03,1 1-7 Xliller, N1ike191 72,755,135 Nliller, Shelia 11 11 123 Nlilster, Becky 191 135 Xlilster, 1"erman 1 1 1 1 123 Xlilsler. 1'erey 18 Nlisehe, Rill 191 72,73,79,8l,88,l35 Xlische, lluston 1111 123 Nlitehell, Rrad 1111 123 Nlitc-11e11,1lody 1121 113 Nlitehell, Nlyles 191 2,72,73,81,135 Xlitehell, Steve 171 73,1117 Nlilehell, V1'ade1111 58,71,77,83,97,123 Nlitehem, Raymond L. 181 111 Xlitehum, Deb11ie 191 51,511,135 Nlitehum, RaNetta 171 57,113,117 Nloberly,1Ionnie1ll15'1,123 Nloberly , Dianna 1121 111,111 13 '- Nlohler, Charles 181-11,55,1 11 Nloore, Sanford 191 135 Nloore, Shirley 11 11 123 111 -, Xloorv, Sllirolfl K 123 8 l ,82,l IIS l'0rkins, Har-ju L l U 18,31-,fmU,l0l 121 Nlourv, Slvw KT! 31,530.1 IT l'v1'kim. l'vggy H21 13138, I-0,lU1,ll I Xlorris. 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Cheryl 1 1 11 35,37,l-8,60,ol,12I Smith, Debby 171 63,1 19 Smith, Della 1 101 131 Smith, Dennis 11 11 17,121 Snlith, Dorothy 181 55,63,l 12 Smith, Gary 1111 17,121 Smith, lxathy 181 55,57,63,l 12,1 '13 Smith, Larry 181 55,57,73, 1-12,1 13 Smith, Marilyn 171 119 Smith, N1ike1l01 131 Smith, Noel 171 1 19 Smith, l'at171 63,1-19 Sornsena, Sakol 1 121 6,30,32,33,38,l06, 1 15 Soukup, Don 191 136 Soukup, ,loann 1101 131 Sparks, Margie 171 63,119 Sparks, Sandra 1101-16,170,131 Sparks, Steve 1121 6,39,66,81,l 13,1 15 Spaur, Bill 1101 17,131 Spears, ,Iune 1 101 5 1,110,129,131 Spencer, Becky 11 11 5 1,611,121- Spencer, 1'l1lis 1101 7 1,76,78,80,13l Spencer, ,loe 171 31 ,73,80,l-19 Spencer, ,lohn 191 17,136 Spencer, Kay 1121 15,37,1-1,-15,50,60,l09, 1 16 Spencer, Wlelba 1121 116 Spencer, Nancy 191 58,137 Spencer, lhomas 171 1119 Spillman, Donna 1111 121 Spillman,lQarl191 17,137 Spillman,,lohn1121 116 Spiva, Carolyn 191 137 Spiva, Sharon 11115--1,121 Spiva, Nicky 171 1-19 Stacy, Don 171 119 Stafford, Jim 181 31,55,57,73,80,88,90, 1-12,1-'15 Stafford, .lohn 171 31,73,80,88,1-19 Stafford, Paula 1121 -1,15,37,39,52,60,62 87,107,116 Stanley, Barry 171 1-1-9 Stanley, Rickie 181 112 Stanley, Shelia 181 142 Starbuck, Carol 191 137 Starbuck, Sharon 171 63,1-19 Stark, Donna 181 31,1-12,113 Stark, ,lanith 181 55,57,63,1 12 States, 'l'ina 1101 131 Steffan, Mary 191 58,137 Steffan, Nancy' 181 55,5711-3 Stephens, Geraldine 1121 116 Sterett, Gregg 1 111 1l,58,98,121 Stevenson, Bill 102 Stevenson, David 1121 12,82,l 11,116 Stevenson, Larry 1101 30,1-9,66,71,72,78 126,130,131 Stewart, Kirk 1101 54-,66,72,13l Stiles, Doug 11 11 125 Stone, Connie 1121 l3,39,51,56,60,61,l09, 1 1 1,1 16 Stone, llarry 1101 131 Stone, Lana 191 58,110,137 Stone, Nancy' Nlae18155,113 Stone, Peggy' 181 11,1125 Stong, Ricky' 171 73,1-19 Straek, Ilelen Ann 181 55,63,l 13 Strasser, Gabriel 171 1-19 Stukesbary, Charles 171 1-19 Stukesbary, Gary 191 137 Stukesbary, Marsha 171 57,63,1-19 Stump, Sandy 191 -1,5 1,110,137 Sullivan, ,lohn 1 111 125 Sullivan, 'lleresa 191 137 Sunthimer, l'lddie181 55,57,1-'13 Svetlecie, Karen 1121 31,lS11,37,-1-1,-15157, 93,9-1,95,l06,116,15-'I Swager, Ellen 181 55,57,63,1113 Swan, ,Iarrel 1121 86,1 16 Swan, Ronnie 1121 116 ,l. lalbott, Grace 11 11 60,125 lialley, Nletta 181 55,113,113 laylor, Karen 181 55,63,l 13 'l'eel, Bernice 26,63,l 1-1 illestman, Larry 26,73 lhomas, Larry 11 11 17,125 Thotnpson, Don 171 57,1-19 lhompson, l'lddie181 55,73,l 13 Thompson, Garry 1101 131 lhompson, ,Ianiee 1101 58,59,60,l3l Thompson, Steve 181 55,1-13 Thorpe, Bill 1121 50,66,69,l 16 lhorpe, Todd 17131,32,73,l 19 lhorpe, 'l'om 100 lhorpe, 'llovtnie 11 11 32,611,125 lhron, l'at110160,131 'l'illery', lilaine 171 119 lillery, Ralph 1111 5-1,125 llodd, Alice 181 55,113,113 Todd, Margaret 1101 30,58,59,60,97,126, 131 low, Connie 103 lrainor, Curt 1121 51,116 illrosper, lflddic 1 111 125 lrosper, Gloria 191 60,137 lrouskie, William 10,26 lrude, Brenda 171 119 ilirude, 'llerry 11,1 13 luck, Nlarie 10,26 'l'urley', Sandra 1101 131 Turley, Wanda 1111 125 lurnbull, Paula 1101 58,131 lurnbull, 'l'erri 181 57,113,113 'l'urner, Paul 27 illye, Beverly' 1121 1 16 'l'y'er, Roger 11 11 13,13,66,72,82, 125 lyree, Billie 181 ll,63,1'13 lyfree, lerri 171 63,1 1-9 1 , llnderwood, 1rthur191 137 1 nderwood, Robert 171 119 llrner, Gary 1101 131 X XanNlater, Steve 181 55,57,73,80,1 10,1 13 1aughn,,lanet1l11 125 Xaughn, Larry 191 66,72,78,137 Xaughn, Orville 11 11 125 Xaughn, Steven 1111 125 1enter, Debbie 191 16,110,137 1 enter. 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