North Kansas City High School - Purgold Yearbook (North Kansas City, MO)

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M 'i,,: 'L1 H if 'A fra' 1 -on - ff-" fzg- '3 is ee .f..,,... - Q' V -A 1-uf., -fggziji - ,.....::L A - ,Y '-11 - ' ' H. .-.wt-., ,,.- 1, "'2"',-717' H 'Wm 1. ff ' "- . ,, Q ... f' if" "H ? , fi- . --i . -A abr f cmd grow Brookwood School, completed about 1926, is no longer used as ct school. cmd grow. Cooley School, built in 1930 ,1 'Q --c.xn:'f7' -'A - 3 2' ,Y li' ,, 1' ' 4 -O A V ... , ! I 2 T"?TA, Yi N 4 ,, , a b . For the second year our foreign exchange program spon- sored by the American Field Service has proved to be very successful. This success is ascribed to the efforts of the students, teachers, and several businessmen's clubs. This year we have two students that will go home to their countries and be am- bassadors of good will for our country, thus helping to build world peace. Irmgard Hoenger from Solothurn, Switzerland, lived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sowder and their, daughters, Kathy and Susan. Speech, physics, American history, advanced alge- bra, A cappella, and Purgold staff constituted a busy schedule for her. Through her many extra-curricular activities she made many friends who will long remember her and the part she played in our school. Foreign Exchange Students Gunnar Arthursson from Reyjavik, Iceland, stayed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Tucker and their son, Leslie. Gun- nar found time for many outside activities, along with his class- es of speech, shop, American history, English, A cappella and radio. Gunnar's eagerness to learn about our way of life will be remembered by his American friends for years to come. Dedication During her seventeen years at North Kansas City High School, Mrs. Grace Shields has patiently en- deavored to instill in her students a thirst tor good literature. In addition to her duties as a teacher, she has served our school as sponsor of Y-Teens, founder of the Poetry Club, and advisor for the Future Teach- ers of America. A wonderful sense of humor and a deep regard for the field of English have won for her the love and respect oi students and teachers alike. To you, Mrs. Shields, the Senior Class of 1958, with the highest respect and admiration, dedicates its 1958 Purgold. 5 1. f ax , . W k :s.,.' ' 2 Q Egiggfgfegagi s ,.v.J'K 193 , X iw Jw hi X if' A f if 2- M B f , V1 fm? Q S Q , 3 Q3 f ..,m.. ...Q J s 1? .i .wiv h i'?Mi3 A Q ' K 1:w.a5gm:fi bf -::4w25Yi f:4:if1291 Q1-57,f,j,'jgf 5,15 ef , wi, ki , . ,gf :gp .W- .5-il ' Q, B 55,55 ag? ig x xwj if is wif? ,l f . f A ,N ,Ng E53 " 4 Q L9 sg, Y M, D I, X ex. iii 'YE S 2: f if And Facult '!wwS , W MX QAM Q33 XSLEXNQ X kjxjN5kLNJ"l Mxx ,Xxx--N TZUQSXIQSQQJN Giww , F' S- I '1'5l. T kg, x 5x 'Q X .RXQ bww SL-L L QQNXA an VNLA n ,Ng Q, ., 'fS1j'Q' X A-A 94 , N -ww f WNgWQ xilms 1 ,"' ""X3w'w- -"'kJ N .,,.A- . v'Ef.fSi19 X5LwQc...3QL. SVAT5! Q NUM 4q,,.,,.,,Q,xN D N1'NmgSLfm3Wv33 1 1 Superintendent Board of Education . F! V 6 ' Roy Bentley V' q'l B GL SGCIGYCIIY W. W. Chick, President Glen E. Crain if Richard W. Farmer ""R!nn... . ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT Forrest Greer .. ,T R 35 K A f-,ml - JM. E. D. Lewis N, R. F. Poynter, Treasurer Arthur Schroeder, Vice-President Patsy Stevens, secretary in the principal's office Principal Dr. Robert F. Whaley Margaret Lorenzen secretary in the principa1's office Don Kumpy, Vice Principal Ioe Burson. administrative assistant to the principal Ann Hays, secretary at the Daqg Building - Wilfred Hart, the administrative us- sistcmt to the superintendent. 1 ,ff Wilma Gunther, a secretary in the Katherine Nunn, secretary to the super superintendents office. intendent. al 3 Ft :- Emily Beigel, the school nurse. She also sponsors the NKC chapter of Future Nurses. Marjorie Neer assists Mr. Craig in the Attendance Office. Facult 3 A Bob Arrington, B. S., teaches six classes of biology in his ninth year at Northtown. Virginia Andrews, B. A. and M. A., teaches biology in her sixth year at North Kansas City. Dorothy A. Barnett, A. B. and M. A., has taught ln her first year of teaching, Norma Babcock, here sixteen years. She teaches United States B, S., has tive sections ol sophomore English history and sponsors National Honor Society. and helps to sponsor the senior class, 17 ms.,-., - iwgiggff, . -V . ' 1 fi 5, 'WP Robert Bollinger, M. S., teaches chemistry and counsels students in his eighth year at NKC. Howard W. Brazelton, Master's in Education, is teaching at Dagg for the first time. He teaches math and helps to coach freshman football. Helen Bodine, B. S., teaches girls' physical education in her second year at NKC. Her extra-curricular activities include sponsoring Block "N" and GAA at Dagg. .wus HX 5. 3 -. 14: 41 , .. 'ff wg,ef'54 Ellen Iane Beery has a Bachelor s and Master's Degree. She teaches sophomore and junior English and has been here for five years. Hazel Brown, B. S., teaches seventh and eighth grade common learnings and co sponsors the lunior Hornet Mixer This is her third year at Dagg. gm TQ:-1. ., .5 --n.- , L,., as Wim..- f Misfit Iuanita Cain, B. S.. has taught at Dagg six years She teaches freshman English Paul Calvert. Master's in Education. teaches algebra and geometry in his third year at Northtown. He also keeps order in study hall. Loman Cansler, Master's, teaches U. S. history and counsels m his eighth year at Northtown. Norman Clouse uses his B. S. in Music Education to teach vocal music. He is also the sponsor oi Modern Music Masters, Madrigals. Hornet Har- monaires, and the Audi- torium Committee. He is teaching here for his third year. Elizabeth Collmgs. B. S. in Ed.. who has been at North Kansas City tor four years. teaches five home economics classes and is co-sponsor of FHA. Teaching boys physical education and hygiene is Clyde Cooper, M. A. He has been here fourteen years and is the coach of the golf team. Ella Mary DeVall A. B. and M. A., is a teacher of world history and a sponsor of the Junior class She has taught here nr Iohn Craig, Master's in Education, teaches physics and algebra in his fifth year at Northtown. He is Dean of Boys and a senior class sponsor. Richard Dunlap, Master's in Education, k,.,,1+Fw , ..,,,,.w teaches U. S. history and sponsors the Hornet's Nest Board of Control. This is his third year at NKC. Ioe Crouthers. B. A., is at NKC for his first year as a teacher of boys' physical education. His extra-curricular activities include coaching freshman basketball and being assistant coach in Varsity football and track. .Raft is is 'I third Kiah Evans, B, S. in Education and Masters of Education, teaches psy- chology and family life. This is his year at Northtown. l""ilnr Hazel Eggeman, B. S., is one ot several world history teachers. This is her seventh year of teaching at the high school. Clark Ferguson, Nl. A, in Educational Administration, teach- es U. S. history and counsels. He also coaches varsity basketball and is co-sponsor ot "N" Club, He has been here sixteen years. X. s X . Teaching bookkeeping and basic bus- iness is Lois Fann, Masters in Business Education. This is her eleventh year at NKC. Robert Elliott, B. S., who teaches driver's education, has been at NKC five years. 'Wm . Nb' X WH' Although teaching is not new to 2 3 -5 fr, was . kAL.., 'Ili Lelia Gill, this is her first year at Dagg. She has an A. B. and M. A. cmd teaches algebra and general math. Q . ,Warne -1- .1 3 if fl? 1 ,, Francis Galbraith, B. S. and M. S., has Mildred Fulton, M. S. in Education. been at NKC for live years. He teaches divides her time between teaching boys' physical education, is co- dramatics, English. and joumalism. and sponsor of "N" Club and intramurals, sponsoring lmposters and Buzz Stall. and is head football coach. This is her thirteenth year at Northtown Velma Frost. Masters of Education, has been at NKC three years. teaching Art I and Art lI. A Paul Galatas. B. S. in Education, spends his time teaching science and radio. He is sponsor ol Radio Club and has been here five years. ff Alice Glynos, B. A., teaches four classes of French and one class of English. She is the sponsor of French Club cmd has been here two years. Merton Hoch, B. S. and M. A.. divides his time be- tween counseling. teach- ing plane geometry, and being a sponsor oi the sophomore class. He has been at Northtown for thirteen years. lv Teaching English, speech. and debate her ninth year is Mabel Hale. M. A. Her extra-curricular activities include sponsoring Debate Club and NFL. Ioyce Hutson, B. S., is teaching home economics in her second year at NKC. She is also co-sponsor oi FHA. Maxine -Heisey. B. S. in Education, has been here two years. She teaches girls physical education and helps sponsor GAA and Pep Squad. I Hester Kretz, B. S. and M. A., has been at North- town five years teaching family lite and Counseling students. She is also a sophomore class sponsor. Sidney Keltner. B. S. in Education, is teaching seventh and eighth grade common learnings in his second year at Daqq. He is a co-sponsor of the Daqq Iunior Hornet Mixer. Bernita Isley. M. A., who has taught here twenty years. teaches five classes of Spanish. She is also sponsor ol Spanish Club, and a third-year Spanish class. been here ten years, She teaches typing and clerical practice and sponsors FBLA. 'Rx Ae . . st 2 Mattie Io King, M. S. in Education, has Violet Keenan, B. S., devotes her time to shorthand, business law, and sales- manship. and co-sponsors the senior class. This is her sixth year at Northtown. William Langley, B. S. in Education, has , - taught in NKC two years. He is a teacher of algebra and general math, coaches the baseball team, and assists with football. Lawrence Leming B. S. and M. S., is 4 the head oi the Q industrial arts de- partment. He has been here sixteen ""2,""- and metals. .5 ,.r,,,. lf? milf" Ks-Wm Eva Lintner, B. S. in Education, is teaching at Dagg for the first year. She teaches seventh and eighth grade common learnings and is a co-sponsor of the Dagg lunior Hornet Mixer. Mary Lou Lapp, B. S. in Business Education, is one of the new teachers at NKC this year. She teaches typing and basic business. years and teaches drafting, electricity Teaching five classes ot junior English is Charlotte McClintock, Master's in Education. This is her lucky thirteenth year at Northtown. Barbara Melchert, B. S. in Education, is teaching biology and science in her iirst year at Northtown. 26 Calvin Merrifield has taught at NKC six years. He instructs drivers' education and counsels. In his second year at Northtown High School, Glenn McDole, B. S., teaches elementary, general, and advanced woodworking. Norman Little, M. A. in history, teaches world history and keeps order in the sixth hour study hall. This is his eighth year at Northtown. --'f""'Qv ,-qt fam, Richard Meyer, Master's in Education, has been at NKC thirteen years teach- ing geometry, advanced algebra, and keeping order in study hall. Donald Neuhart, B.S. and Master's in Music Education. is instrumental music in- structor. His extra-cur- ricular activities include pep band. swing band, and co-sponsor of Modern Music Masters. This is his fifth year here. Although teaching is not new to lessie Munford. B. S. in Education and M. A., this is her tirst year at Northtown. She teaches sophomore English and world history. , tr ,Edge if rr -4 ' f ' 5 Q. , ' ' 7 K " I .. M ls it , . V 'I :I , . A. A W ' " 552: Q-f . A L g . J Y wr . I 1 . S ,yt ff' . ,i l'-" . L ,. . 1 A , in , I . ., Lf? Thomas Moore, M. A., has been at NKCHS twenty-four years. He teaches mathematics and photography and is in charge of all pictures for the Purgold and Buzz. Earl Munger, B. S. in Education, is new at Northtown this year. He is a general science teacher. Nola Rodriguez. B. S. in Education, has been at NKC IV2 years. She teaches freshman and sophomore English. s-1-.Q-.-- ' 5 fi. I -4 to Q 1,11 Berniece Pender, A. B., teaches freshman English and speech. This is her second year at Dagg. Q ff'- Art Pfaff, B. S. and Master of Education, divides his time between teaching typing, coaching the track team, assisting with football and sponsoring Student Council. He has been at NKC for 6Vz years. ask.. , , fi- W 1 if A , ,Y A wi -Y . 3 . 1,22 M-.. Porter Price. M. A., is a teacher of beginning and advanced art in his fourteenth year here. He is a sponsor of the Art Club. Leland O'De1l, B. S. and M. E., is teaching here ior his second year. He teaches drivers' education. coaches B squad basketball, and is assistant foot- ball coach. Beatrice Shryack. M. A. in Education, has served as high school librarian for ten years. She also is sponsor of the Library Club. In the past seventeen years. Grace Shields, M. A., has prepared many seniors for college through her senior literature classes. She also sponsors Future Teachers of America. 2,9 Rene Smith. A. B., teaches sophomore English. co-sponsors the junior class, and helps direct the junior play. This is her third year at Northtown. Wilma Sullivan. Master s, is teaching Larry Tarbell, B. S. instructs economics, sociology and world history in his second year here. V1 sw, .f-,gi Earline Stanton. Music B., teaches music in her first year at Dagg. Millie Thies, B. S. and M. S. in Education, teaches girls' physical education in her second year at NKC. She is a Pep Squad sponsor and directs the cheerleaders. f if shorthand, clerical practice. and office procedures for the second year in NKC. Fred Williamson. B. S. and M. S. in Education, is teaching art in his first year at Dagg. , 5 if ff Iames Welch, B. S. and Master's in Education, has taught at North Kansas City for six years. He has classes in crafts, drafting and girls' mechanics. 9? ,i .Wd i , i. ad, Albert Wood, Master's in Education. guides many high school students in their vocation through his classes in COE. 1, 7 iii- Paschal Twyman. B. A., is in his first year at Dagg. He teaches citizenship and supervises one study hall. Gladys Williams, in her eighteen years at Northtown, has helped many girls toward careers by teaching classes in secretarial practice and shorthand. She has a Master's Degree. This is his first year at NKC. 17.1 'il if M," V ,4 sp- I ., I A L , , f QV 1'1 ff: x ' -I rv 1,5 sis, A183 if V -nk V 'Q-3. PJ 11 r 4 , J f' 1.1 M Vx . JL X f Mg 1 K w x H f Q ,I .1 I AMW .. Seniors W K' J fWz'KwV U M Nm. 'off' , M WM'WDwJ2QQ N5ffW 3 YWQVK A Of j' WM? Ny wN5W5 AWA! wM 9WWWgW'kfV0PV Kw wWW.f Ywgfw A ,KWH gym ,P . L, uv' ,y Wwmijypyiwwya 75 JM W QW i yy ggi L S f ' Li , 'A A y V ig ,,,V . u ' uf it Q .... s:l.:ois:. it ,. 4 x if 5. f . h I Les Tucker .IQ Treasurer Bill Henderson Sergeant - at - arms HARRIET SUE ACHESON G.A.A. - 1 yr.: Y-Teens - 3 yrs.: M.M.M. - yrs. EDMOND DWAYNE ACTON C.O.E. - l yr. PATRICIA ANN ADAMS Frosh. Pep Squad: Varsity Pep Squad - 3 yrs.: Y-Teens - 3 yrs.: Student Council - 2 yrs Homecoming Queen Attendant. Iohn Tonqe President Iohn Stone Vice-President Linda Keltner Secretary jf?-'32 ' " ,. -.-. -. , ., - : - -:lu-. -'- - fl. yi' ..:F'fi3?i-'iw 2- . - lu , .l ' ,.., ,, , ,1 :avi ...e 'v..r.,g.gg3.w f, :s.f2f.+-:-a2f'f- r: -...V g fw zvlf-wcfwfw ' miss lflwrlg. . - J ' 5. Z 'A ' -.rg -, gf! ' f . 'igkfli . 5' A 7 ev- 't 3 v,faf,,- f"'i1,., wh.. fr - ...Q-' I Uh I is RUSSELL DOUGLAS ADDISON V, Frosh. Football: Hi-Y - l yr.: C.O.E. - 1 yr.: Spanish Club - 1 yr. RAYMOND Howmm Assn :V 5 " Football - 2 yrs.: Golf - 3 yrs.: A Band - 2 Q . qu , sm f yrs.: N Club - 3 yrs. Jmvms HAROLD Aucm . Football - 3 yrs.: Golf - 3 yrs.: Track - 1 yr.: V V V HW ' 2 Yfs' ff' L ioslr . l oosrl r s..s r . . A IOAN LORENE AINSWORTH G.A.A. - 4 yrs.: Y-Teens - 1 yr. IUDY LORRAINE AINSWORTH G.A.A. - l yr. CAROLYN SUE ALLEN Y-Teens - 6 yrs., Triangle Pres.: Y-Teens Cabinet - Soph. yr.: Frosh. Pep Squad - V. P.: Varsity Pep Squad - 2 yrs.: French Club - 2 yrs.: Purgold Queen Attendant. DAVID ALLEN IERRY ALLEN ELAINE ANDERSON Farewell Alma Mater , it's been fun! YI Q 1 :JH LEIGH ROY ANDERSON Hi-Y - 2 yrs., Gen. Treas.: Stage Crew - l yr.: "Stage Door": Imposters - 2 yrs.: Sr. Nominat- ing Committee. GUNNAR ARTHURSON Radio Club - 1 yr.: Modern Music Masters - 1 yr.: Hi-Y - 1 yr.: A Cappella - 1 yr.: Student Council - 1 yr.: Science Club - 1 yr. CAROL ANN ATWOOD Varsity Pep Squad - 2 yrs.: Spanish Club - 1 yr.: Y-Teens - 3 yrs. ELEANOR ELIZABETH AUBREY F.H.A. - 2 yrs.: Spanish Club - 2 yrs.: Glee Club - 1 yr.: C.O.E. - 1 yr.: M.M.M. - 1 yr.: Y-Teens - 1 yr.: Block N - 1 yr. IUDY ANN BAGLEY Varsity Pep Squad - 3 yrs., Pres. Sr. yr.: Student Council V 3 yrs.. Sec.: Imposters - 1 yr.: Sec. of Soph. Class: French Club - 1 yr.: F.T.A. - 1 yr.: F.B.L.A. - l yr.: Y-Teens - 5 yrs.: Homecoming Committee: Prom Commit- tee. ROBERT WILLIAM BAKER C.O.E. - 1 . Y' 35 BEVERLY ANN BALTHASAR Y-Teens - 6 yrs.: Y-Teens Cabinet - l yr.: Spanish Club - 3 yrs.: Frosh. Pep Squad: F.B.L.A. - l yr.: Purgold Staff: Ir. Play Stage Crew: Inter-Club Council - l yr. ROBERT WILLIAM BARGER Stage Crew - l yr.: Hi-Y - 1 yr. EVA MAE BARNES Y-Teens. ELVIN GLEN BASHAM Track - 2 yrs.: Football - 4 yrs.: A Cappella 2 yrs.: N Club - 3 yrs. IAMES I.. BEAM IOHN RAYMOND BELLER Hi-Y - 2 yrs.: Football - 3 yrs.: Basketball - 2 yrs. .1 A". -geek' f Y .3 rf: gp Jr XF 1 . ' if . -l-:',i1 2P'w J . .... : . " 5 if ri We're proud of ou old school LOIS ARLENE BLAKEMORE F.H.A. - 2 yrs.: F.N.C. - 2 yrs.: G.A.A. - l yr.: Y'Teens - 2 yrs. WANDA IEAN BLACKMORE Block N - 2 yrs. MARY ANN BOGGESS Block N - l yr.: Glee Club - 3 yrs.: Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: C.O.E. - 1 yr.: Frosh. Pep Squad. KAY LYNNE BORDEN Y-Teens - 6 yrs.: G.A.A. - 3 yrs.: Orchestra - 2 yrs.: Inter-Club Council - 1 yr.: Frosh. Cheer- leader: Varsity Pep Squad - 3 yrs.: Y-Teens Cabinet - 3 yrs.: Spanish Club - 2 yrs.: F.B.L.A. 1. yr.: Purgold Staff - l yr.: Baccalaureate Comm. STUART L. BOWERS Class Rep. Soph. yr.: Radio Club - 3 yrs.: Hi- Y - 2 yrs.: Ir. Class Play: - 2 yrs.: Band - 3 yrs.: Imposters - 2 yrs.: Buzz Staff 1 yr. WILLIAM TIMOTHY BOWMAN Football: Track - 3 yrs.: N Club - 3 yrs.: Hi- Y - 2 yrs. .ff--r f ' ff r f .1-gw, ,yum-Q .V W .WV , Tlfwf- fr' -f . : 1 1. fri-,gN.,5Sf.:Mfm.j5f pggr:,ffg..Q53?j3r3?lQ.f:.j it lffwgfiltATrga3l,.':3fg,'1g:tlasH ' 'P' " 7. f T. - mm,- ' ,.:i'i ty. Q . , W,, 53 .1 g li4 , of li S I . 5 4, .4 ig, W. JK A Q t Q ig? 1, A '1' I il? ,ff 5 A -is was . . it . fi 'is 1 Q and we hope you'II be proud IOHN DAVID BURKE A Band - 4 yrs.: Orchestra - 3 yrs., Student Director: Honors Orchestra: All State Band 2 yrs. RUTH ANN BURTON Y-Teens - 4 yrs. MICHAEL DAVID BYRD MYRNA SUE CAMPBELL G.A.A. - 3 yrs.: F.B.L.A. - 1 yr.: Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: Frosh. Pep Squad: Block N - 1 yr. ROBERT LEE CAMPBELL Hi-Y - 4 yrs.: Imposters - 2 yrs.: "Cheaper by the Dozen": "Stage Door": Frosh. Class V. P.: Soph. Pres.: Ir. Pres.: Student Council - 4 yrs., Pres.: Hornets Nest Board of Control - 1 yr. IEANETTE CANSLER ROBERT MARTIN BOYLES Radio Club - l yr. ADELBERT BRITTAIN Track - 1 yr.: Ticket Taker - 2 yrs. IUDITH ANN BROOKS Y-Teens - 3 yrs.: Variety Show - l yr.: Spanish Club - 2 yrs.: Senior Class Play. MARLENE BROWN Y-Teens - 6 yrs.: Homecoming Attendant: French Club - l yr.: Spanish Club - 4 yrs.. Pres., Sr.: G.A.A. - 3 yrs.: Varsity Pep Squad 3 yrs.: Frosh. Cheerleader: Imposters - 1 yr.: Student Council - 2 yrs.: Commencement Com- mittee: "Cheaper by the Dozen", Stage Crew: Ir. Class Rep.: Ir. Class Treas.: Co-Editor of Buzz. BETTE IANE BUCHANAN Soph. Advisory Committee: M.M.M. - 3 yrs.: Fr. Club - 2 yrs.: F.T.A. - 2 yrs.: F.H.A. - 2 yrs.: Varsity Pep Squad - 3 yrs.: G.A.A. - 3 yrs.: Assembly Comm. - 1 yr.: Y-Teens - 6 yrs.: Y-Teens Cabinet - 4 yrs.: American Field Service Rep.: llforeign Exchange Studentl: Pure gold Staff: Frosh. Pep Squad: Baccalaureate Comm.: F.B.L.A. - l yr.: Glee Club - 2 yrs.: Purgold Queen. MARIE BUGBEE Glee Club - 2 yrs.: M.M.M. - l yr.: Debate Club - 3 yrs.: N.F.L. - 3 yrs., Pres.: Y-Teens 4 yrs.: Frosh. Pep Squad. of us someda A Rin new , if f,'tg5'w1zit Exif '., S at Q. F 5" -. tr A I . Q- I .. . 'W t ' L , L - , rs- l ' Q L Q if 21 f. 'inf 21 f W' 4 a f 1. ...ss 1 as ma nn GQ i , , Y -455 O f "3 , ' -4 .r .fi g., K , ',',' 1.5u..w , 31 f ' ,gr RONALD WAYNE CANSLER Came from Platte City H. S. EARL LEE CARSON B Squad Football. ANGELA ANN CATALANO Spanish Club - l yr. SANDRA COZETTE CHAPPELL Y-Teens - 6 yrs.: Prom Comm.: French Club 4 yrs.: lmposters - 2 yrs.: F.T.A. - 3 yrs.: Buzz by the Dozen": Y-Teen Stall: "Cheaper Cabinet - 1 yr.: "Stage Door": Orchestra - 1 yr.: Varsity Pep Squad - 2 yrs.: Soph. Advi- sory Comm.: Frosh. Pep Squad: G.A.A. MAURICE WILLIAM CHASTAIN Football: Track: Hi-Y - 4 yrs.: "Girl Crazy". AUDREY INEZ CHEESEBROUGH Y-Teens. The Asian flu really hit us hard E l I l 2 Y , , Sl I' . 1-I I Q Z... 4 l l l RENEE MARIE CHEVALIER 3 Y-Teens - 3 yrs.: French Club - Z yrs.: Varsity 1 Pep Squad - 1 yr.: F.N.C. - 1 yr. l MARK ROBERT CLEGG C.O.E. - 2 yrs. WILLIAM GUY CLEMENTS Football. l l l NEILL CLUGSTON ION COCKRUM RUBY MARIE COLLINS Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: F.T.A. - 3 yrs.. Pres.: French Club - 1 yr. L .. ,, :g I j-.:H: ,-9 1 Iz ll! , li- at Q ik 3 ., ' F 1 pg 3' 38 . . . . , - . '-Tw 2 ROGER CONWAY "Stage Door": Hi-Y - 3 yrs.: Buzz Staff: Student Council - l yr.: Imposters - 2 yrs. SARAH COOKSEY Spanish Club: Y-Teens. STEPHEN PAUL COOPER Football - 1 yr.: Ir. Class Rep.: Prom Comm. WAYNE LARRY CORY C.O.E. DOROTHY FAYE CREWS Frosh. Pep Squad: Varsity Pep Squad - 3 yrs.: Varsity Cheerleader - 2 yrs.: Homecoming At- tendant. PAUL WILLIAM CUMMINS Hi-Y - 2 yrs.: Radio Club - I yr.: Photo Club 1 yr. . dw ik 1.5 hr' IQ- . ""-7-"" It f ,E Q: " 1 Q 'E-rr, . E. 1- 1' 4 2 X it :::., '95 5:1 is '1 :C I , at X 1 t 'I j5:zit.5.:5.r'5iQ1zeasft5 9, . . iiiliff . ' Oh, how we hated postponing quarter exams! W, t dr. 'K Q f. l X f 2 ff LINDA KAYE DANIELS Y-Teens - 6 yrs.: Frosh. Pep Squad: Varsity Pep Squad - I yr.: French Club - 2 yrs. DENNIS DAVIS Hi-Y - l yr.: Imposters - 2 yrs.: "Cheaper by the Dozen". IACK ALLEN DAVIS Orchestra - 5 yrs.: Honors Orchestra - l yr. IOYCE DAVIS Orchestra - 2 yrs.: C.O.E. - 1 yr. KAREN LYNNE DAVIS Frosh. Pep Squad: Y-Teens A 3 yrs.: Glee Club - 2 yrs.: A Cappella - 3 yrs.: Madrigals 2 yrs.: "Hit the Deck": "Girl Crazy": French Club - l yr. CHARLENE DE IAYNES Y-Teens - 4 yrs.: Frosh. Pep Squad: F.B.L.A. l yr.: Block N - 2 yrs. 39 ,wa sq q t I S .h:g?k,,E.. . I ...wg-. . M , - f ww., .-fn w 4, V .Y l W BEN IIROY DePUEW rmmcss mcx . Yrly yyyy Frosh. Pep Squad: M.M.M. - 3 yrs.: F.T.A. - 3 yrs.: French Club - 2 yrs.: Varsity Pep Squad 2 yrs.: Imposters - 2 yrs.: Y-Teens - 5 yrs.: Y-Teens Cabinet - 1 yr.: Purgold Staff: Pur- ' ""' 3 gold Attendant: A Cappella - 1 yr. .y-, .5 ,AI 32.33.53 ."y: i n KEITH DICKHRSON A Band ' 3 Yfs-P C-0-5 ' 1 Yf- , SHERRY ALEEN DINSMORE 1 F.I-LA. - 3 yrs. RONALD STACY DIVEN l 1 LEATHA MARIE DODD l l w l P 1 The y Pep Squad r l ' 5 f fi. , Y' 1552 , viii I :'. .-J':'w,- :. , :Lu .. fig: iifli' -- ggisvg , ,:,: f 1 E7li9E.":5t1:'f'Qig'T "fi-s":: : sEsJ'E ' ' . , f 'els-fx-vi'-I,--I sf , 1. , .-.. -. - ,..' ' . - .:.:s A 13. . L .Q M, 5 N. J . N if . 5 M Q w g : ff,5jfg,.k,.g ' 'S zfggwgpl 25.g5Q'?Si51If-355 tgssggrm- X5Q?gs?g2a..5w1rgf.1M31 Us 11 szitlliliifseiisrl iswif' xss5is.'2,s2225r5i5S5EafWQf . Thiwfyl : rf-ww ' , 2f"1.. QQESQQ f QQLQQJM 7b.L'QM... 1 7 ' . HS my K 1 E if + w.1M3,,v.wm V 'Qi ft sw' 1 Y in? 9:3 .sf 'Luk N celebra ted its 30th anniversar MIKE DRAGEN Hi-Y - 3 yrs. KAY MARIE DRAKE Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: Spanish Club - 2 yrs.: Buzz Stall. MARY IO DUDGEON A Cappella - 2 yrs.: Buzz Staff: French Club Z yrs.: Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: "Hit the Deck". MARY DUNLAP BILL DUTTON EVELYN EDMONDS L rousing school RAYMOND EVANS GLENDA ANN FELLOWS Frosh. Pep Squad: Block N - 1 yr.: Spanish Club - 3 yrs.: Y-Teens - 3 yrs.: F.H.A. - 1 yr.: F.B.L.A. - l yr. IACK FERGUSON THOMAS FISHER "Cheaper by the Dozen": A Cappella - 4 yrs.: "Trial by Iury": "Girl Crazy": "Hit the Deck": Imposters: M.M.M. - 3 yrs.: Madrigals - 2 yrs. SUZANNE GAY FISHER RONALD ALBERT FLOWERS French Club - 3 yrs. n RALPH GARLAND EHRHARDT A Cappella Choir - 2 yrs.: Madriqals - 2 yrs. LARRY ELAM BOB ELLIOTT Student Council - 2 yrs.: "Hit the Deck": "Stage Door": "Dino": Hi-Y - 3 yrs.: N Club - l yr.: Basketball - 1 yr.: Imposters - l yr.: A Cap- pella - 4 yrs.: Madrigals - 2 yrs.: Buzz Stall I yr.: "George Washington Slept Here". I 2' x IOHN ELLIOTT y Fx Hi-Y - 1 yr. '31 g I TOM ELMORE A . er . y - ' LILA L1-:E EVANS A' s A Cappella - 3 yrs., Mqdriguis - 3 yrs.: M.M.M. : 2 yrs.: Frosh Pep Squad: Block N - 3 yrs.: . "Girl Crazy": "Hit the Declc": Spanish Club M Z yrs.: Girls' Glee Club - 2 yrs. 3 2 4 ".. ' spirit in supporting our teams S 1 'll' ' - ffif S-. 4.5. X . Yi ' iii? 404' 4 r Q IONNIE ELIZABETH FOLEY F.N.C. - 1 yr.: Library - 1 yr.: A Cappella. IUDITH ELAINE I-'ORBIS Frosh. Cheerleader: A Band - 2 yrs.: Y-Teens 7 yrs.: Varsity Pep Squad - 3 yrs.: Purgolcl Attendant. MICHAEL EUGENE FRANCIS MARGARET ELLEN FRANKLIN F.H.A. - 2 yrs.: Y-Teens - l yr. PAULINE FRANKLIN TERRY ALAN FRY Band - 4 yrs.: Pep Band - 3 yrs.: Orchestra 3 yrs.: A Cappella - 2 yrs.: "Hit the Deck": "Gramercy Ghost": M.M.M.: Radio Club - Pres. " in0", our class play was both a AUDRE IEAN FUDGE Prom Comm.:'Ir. Class Rep.: G.A.A. - 3 yrs.: F.H.A. - Z yrs.: Varsity Pep Squad - 1 yr. THERESA GABEL Y-Teens - 3 yrs.: F.T.A. - 1 yr. MARILYN GANOTE Cheerleader - 2 yrs.: Homecoming Attendant: Varsity Pep Squad - 3 yrs.: Art Club. STEVE GARCIA ROBERT GARTEN Hi-Y - 2 yrs.: N Club - 2 yrs.: Track - 2 yrs. lzl I 4' -. MARCIA Garza R- IIA: I R 42 ' f' I f ":-: ' g :H rs I AY ...P .Wikia mi .,,xA.,, .,.,r. H ,. N ff ,,... ' BRENDA KAY GIBBS Block N - 1 yr.: Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: Frosh. Pep Squad: F.B.L.A. - 1 yr.: F.H.A. - 2 yrs.: F.N.A. 1 yr.: Glee Club - 1 yr. Varsity Pep DEONA GIBSON RICHARD GIFFORD LARRY GOINS BETTY RUTH GORBET MARY IO GORDON Squad - 2 yrs.: Y-Teens - 3 yrs. I i Financial and dramatic w .Q SUCCESS IDA PAULINE GRAUE Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: F.H.A. - 2 yrs.: G.A.A. - 1 yr.: F.B.L.A. - 1 yr. ' IOE GRIMES LINDA LOU GUYER M.M.M. - 3 yrs.: Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: F.B.L.A. - 1 yr. IERRY HAAS Spanish Club - 2 yrs. MARVIN HENRY HAMAN Hi-Y - 3 yrs. GERALD WAYNE HANCOCK H.N.B.C. - 2 yrs.: Hi-Y - 3 yrs.: N Club - 2 yrs.: Baskeiball - 4 yrs.: Football - 4 yrs.: Track - 2 yrs. 43 CAROL ANN HANSEN Frosh. Pep Squad: Block N - 2 yrs.: Spanish Club - 2 yrs.: Glee Club - 1 yr.: Y-Teens - 2 yrs. IAMES HARPER Golf - 2 yrs.: Madrigals V 3 yrs: Hi-Y - 3 yrs.: A Cappella - 4 yrs.: "Girl Crazy": "Hit the Deck": Spanish Club - 3 yrs.: Imposters 2 yrs.: M.M.M. - 3 yrs.: "Trial by Iury". GAIL SHERIDAN HARPER "Stage Door": Stage Crew: "Dino": Spanish Club - l yr.: French Club - 2 yrs.: M.M.M. - 3 yrs.: Y-Teens - 4 yrs.: F.H,A. - l yr.: Glee Club - l yr. FRED HARTMAN Golf - 4 yrs.: Hi-Y - 2 yrs.: Purgold Staff: N Club - 2 yrs. WARREN HAUSCHILD Hi-Y - 3 yrs. LARRY HAWKINS Hi-Y - Z yrs. We finally got to sit in the Senior Section fx 'wr CAROL HAYES NANCY LEE HEDLUND French Club - 2 yrs.: Debate Club - 3 yrs.: National Forensic League - 3 yrs.: Varsity Pep Squad - 2 yrs.: Frosh. Pep Squad: Y-Teens - 4 yrs. CURTIS HELM WILLIAM LEON HENDERSON Football - 4 yrs.: Track - 2 yrs.: N Club - 2 yrs.: Stage Crew: Sergeantrat-arms - Sr. Class. DON IORDAN HENDERSON Student Council - 3 yrs.: Hi'Y - 2 yrs.: N Club V.P.: Football - 4 yrs.: Track - 4 yrs.: Basket- ball - 2 yrs.: Stage Crew: Purgold Staff - Co- Editor: N.H.S. - V.P. RONNIE HENDRIX QFD Q , nl .,. 5. ,,,, iw- . if sf 'V-' Q r E it . .rf 'Qi , t H' .4.w L'5.k' Q . FRANCES ARLENE HENRY A Cappella - 4 yrs.: M.M.M. - 4 yrs.: YfTeens 1 yr.: "Hit the Deck": "Girl Crazy": "Trial by Iury". CAROL LEE HERSHE Y-Teens - 3 yrs.: G.A.A. - 1 yr.: Spanish Club 1 yr. AMMON HIZER FLOYD HOBBS IRMGARD RENATE HOENGER Foreign Exchange Student: Varsity Pep Squad 1 yr.: G.A.A. - 1 yr.: Purgold Staff: M.M.M.: Y-Teens: Y-Teen Cabinet: Imposters: Senior Gift Committee: A Cappella: Student Coun- cil: French Club. VIOLET ELAINE HOMAN F.N.A. - 3 yrs.: Y-Teens - 3 yrs. T00 bad we didn't have man assemblies this year CYNTHIA KAY HOPKINS Y-Teens - 3 yrs.: Y-Teen Council: A Cappella 3 yrs.: Block N - 2 yrs.: F.N.A.: "Hit the Deck". SHIRLEY IRENE HOSKINS NANCY LOUISE HOTT G.A.A. - 2 yrs., Pres. Sr.: F.N.C. - 1 yr.: Y- Teens - 2 yrs.: Purgold Staff: Glee Club - 1 yr. WALTER HOTT Hi-Y - 2 yrs. NEAL HOUSER ION KEITH HUBBARD Football - 4 yrs.: Basketball - 3 yrs.: Base- ball - 3 yrs.: N Club - 2 yrs.: Spanish Club 2 yrs. Y, ., , k ' f igyff-r... - . , I ...S . . f .. , .Kai-M K' I My il, gk if I ' ' rl .. ...f ..+.svQ.4s?zI:rQgW1Q'C.i'. , , QsV?y'.iMrsfs:ss.:Lt IQQQEQYIs'551Ii7-Plvsgffifv "'z.f77"'f7'-' K,:ang.Wfe,,g.v1.-MF... ,z....,ggggg,w-g5g- 1.1-.gw f ,ui rewwfiAwifi:zmgzazgfxg... 1. , - I g3.s3rf.fr,g5 f..g. wf if 1 -- f g .- we U.,, avi. '5 si .. .gg vig.. -V 'A 'Z I 's rw. 1. wr ,mai 1 7. , ff-Z.. . rw. 1- ma,ff,1:r. , Lv f 1. A2 . r ., ai. 4, 'mg 3- J. rag fy, - 4: 1 5 'J J s N A Y 3? f fi 9 Ag '45 A -f F E 1 ze 555 3. Tix G V? - H-S2 QFMSQ5' f f mr ig-lil? QW fzzgxizf? 5 f fs' Jr . 'MAS 5 1- ' '5 I A A W M 1s:23fg?2eL.wE .255 Sli i ff Q ass .455 if .AA Q. M... .,.. ,,,: Q . -. A rl17lE..rm:,1:,.2. , wggiliiiifsiwf . r ...... .... . A ' A EF- . -'--- ":" ' 'msg HARLEY HUMPHREYS W A y IUDITH LUCILLE HUMPHREYS M Y-Teens - 3 yrs.: M.M.M. - 4 yrs.: G.A.A. - 2 I yrs.: F.H.A.: F .N .C.: Block N. 'P . " r ... ALAN WAYNE HURLBUT :, .. ' ::,y, "Trial by Iury": "Girl Crazy": Basketball Mgr. 3 yrs.: Baseball Mgr. - l yr.: Hi-Y - 1 yr.: :,V Buzz Staff: N Club. I 1 l ' fr A 'A ' --Ay L- Q MILDRED IDENA HUSKISSON Library Club - 2 yrs. MARY ANN HUSTON F.N.A. - 2 yrs. IESSIE CORRINE IRONS Glee Club - 2 yrs., Student Director: Y-Teens l yr. lrmgard came with a year'5 Suppl of c eese MIKE IRONSMITH NANCY MAE JACKSON Y-Teens - 6 yrs.: Varsity Pep Squad - 2 yrs.: Band - 4 yrs.: Imposters - 3 yrs.: G.A.A. - 3 yrs.: M.M.M. - 3 yrs.: Glee Club - l yr.: A Cap- pella - 2 yrs.: "Girl Crazy". BARBARA IOAN IAQUISS Y-Teens - 5 yrs.: F.H.A. - 3 yrs.: F.N.C. - 3 yrs., Pres.: Varsity Pep Squad - l yr. BERNARD IAIVIES C.O.E. - l yr. PATRICIA MAE IAYNES Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: M.M.M. - 3 yrs.: F.N.A. - yr.: Glee Club - 4 yrs. NAOMI IENNINGS i s 2351.1-, " an f 225:-I :J ' :wr ffbf - , 1 A 1 : ay . ' ' , - " ' sifg e -A -rf-w.s,1f:s?iQ . , H f ':'a?j 255153 . . f 'ui5li?? 11 2-'iz - f' ...EH gy: ' '-ciizifiiiaifvixai. I - , HSM' fsszif. 2..-f - 46 I I . .sifififii-Pla as2fm?fg?2:ig:zz'1af3iL1,. . 'E-I rM."zf5isi m....vz.f?i51s :swf'11a:fsm.12Sww-11 f A 1 In S fezgffvggzQggfgfrwm-,HA if K X A new KAY ANITA IOHANSEN Y-Teens - 2 yrs: Frosh. Pep Squad: A Cap- pella - 2 yrs,: Spanish Club - 1 yr.: Block N - I yr. LINDA SUE IOHNSON C.O.E. - 1 yr. SUELLEN MARIE IOHNSON Y-Teens - 4 yrs.: C.O.E. - l yr.: Block N - l yr.: G.A.A. - 1 yr.: Frosh. Pep Squad, BONNIE IOY LEON IUSTICE Hi-Y 4 2 yrs. LORENE IUSTICE F.N.C. - 2 yrs. Gunnar came, b rf r Ike I fi 'zzrz' I 1 ' I I ' -:1 , . 1 .. :M I f I R . Q Q ut he forgot to bring the ice IAMES IUSTICE Football - 2 yrs.: Track - 2 yrs.: N Club - 3 yrs. EDWIN KAGIN, IR. "Dino": Hi-Y - 1 yr.: Debate Club - 1 yr.: N.F.L. - 1 yr. WILLIAM IOHN KALEY Basketball - 4 yrs.: N Club - 2 yrs. CELIA IOYCE KARNS A Band - 3 yrs.: Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: "Dino": Orchestra - 2 yrs.: Swing Band - 2 yrs. BILL KELSO Football v 4 yrs.: Basketball - 4 yrs.: Baseball 4 yrs.: N Club - 3 yrs: Student Council - l yr.: "Girl Crazy": "Trial by Iury": A Cappella - 4 yrs. LINDA LEE KELTNER Student Council - 4 yrs.: V. Pres. Soph. Class: G.A.A. - 2 yrs.: Varsity Pep Squad - 3 yrs.: Y-Teens - 6 yrs.: Y-Teen Cabinet: Orchestra 1 yr.: Homecoming Attendant: Purgold Staff: F.H.A. - 2 yrs.: Frosh. Cheerleader: French Club - 2 yrs.: Prom Comm.: A Cappella - 1 yr.: "George Washington Slept Here". 47 MARY ELIZABETH KETCHAM M.M.M. - 3 yrs.: Y-Teens - 4 yrs., General Pres.: Y-Teen Cabinet - 3 yrs.: Debate Club 3 yrs,: N.F.L. - 3 yrs.: French Club - 2 yrs., Pres.: Buzz Staff. KEITH EVANS KIMERER Transferred from Wyandotte High School. BOB KINCAID Chess Club - 1 yr.: Hi-Y - 2 yrs.: Orchestra 4 yrs. RICHARD LEE KINCAID FRED RAYMOND KING N.F.L. - 2 yrs.: Debate Club - 2 yrs.: Imposters 2 yrs.: Band - 3 yrs.: "Cheaper by the Dozen": Buzz Staff. IERRY KING .. 1-, .z . f - U, " . . A M :tit 1 ' 1' aa., . , v .,'- 'mi s w 24- ' .1 ii. by .-r- 2: 5 :.:.: ' si . . ' It -V , Q I " kg 1.44, . . ""' I ff Homecoming was a big success -- DOROTHY ANN KISTNER A Cappella - 3 yrs.: M.M.M. - 3 yrs.: Madri- qals - 1 yr.: "Girl Crazy": "Hit the Deck": Frosh. Pep Squad. KATHERINE MARIE KLINE lmposters - 2 yrs.: Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: "Dino": Stage Crew: Spanish Club. IUDY ANN KOENIG Frosh. Pep Squad: Y-Teens - 6 yrs.: Glee Club 3 - yrs.: F.B.L.A. - 1 yr.: Spanish Club - 3 yrs.: M.M.M. - 3 yrs.: F.N.C. - 2 yrs.: Varsity Pep Squad - 1 yr. MARY LOU LACEY "Dino": Frosh. Pep Squad: F.B.L.A.: Library Club - Z yrs.: Y-Teens - 5 yrs. MILTON LADD Football - 2 yrs.: C.O.E. DON LAKE "Girl Crazy": "Trial by Iury": "Hit the Deck": Football: Hi-Y - 4 yrs.: M.M.M. - 2 yrs. 'QV' V. '- dv" is 3 KAY LANTO Buzz Staff: Y-Teens - 6 yrs.: Glee Club - l yr.: F.H.A. - 4 yrs.: F.B.L.A. - 1 yr.: Spanish Club 3 yrs.: M.M.M. - 3 yrs.: Debate Club - 3 yrs.: N.F.L. - 3 yrs.: Block N - l yr.: G.A.A. - 1 yr.: A Cappella - l yr. LARRY LEE LANTZ MICHAEL ANTHONY LQSALLE Hi-Y - 3 yrs. BLAINE LAUX ALLEN DANIEL LAWRENCE A Band v 3 yrs.: A Cappella - 2 yrs.: M.M.M. 2 yrs. ROSEMARY LAWRENCE Poetry Club - l yr.: F,H.A. - 2 yrs.: Y-Teens 4 yrs.: Varsity Pep Squad - l yr.: Purgold Staff: Frosh. Pep Squad: F.T.A. - l yr. e racked Benton as Queen Bobbie looked on IULI LEE LEIGHTON Attended School in Iapan. Frosh 2 yrs.. Block DONA RAE LETOSKI Pep Squad: Y-Teens - 6 yrs.: F.B.L.A. Spanish Club - 3 yrs.: F.N.C. - 3 yrs.. N - l yr. GAIL ANN LEWIS F.N.C. - 3 yrs.: Y-Teens - 1 yr. Wir" ' ff- S5 KEITH LEWIS n an t 3 ... K A 1 5 1 Lots ANN LEWIS 9,1 Q A Q A a E Q Y-Teens - 6 yrs.: Frosh. Pep Squad. 'M' l lf' xi A I DONALD LIBEER j dp: ",:Z , L. K y f df L E' , A , H :AL .Q ,. 22111 .v' ' . K ' :- , " " 4' -f flf .....,,.... rl fs . 5-v1fwl5,,rf 15554: .., -1. . 3 H52 3? i args, , 53 W' I L S X gy if M 19 I . . i X ' ' r7is'1:.ssii. 1-ir 'MT' lf .rf t. 1 'E .ff Q 'QKQZF ' may 72? 411 12 vi: - 25w:1le1.,,:i" . IOHN OWEN LINDER Spanish Club - 3 yrs.: Football: Track. LARRY LEE LITTLE RAYMOND LEROY LITTRELL SHARON MARIE LOHNES M.M.M. - Zyrs.2 Block N - 1 yr.: F.N.A. Y+Teens - 4 yrs.: Orchestra - 2 yrs. WILLIAM CHESTER LOOMIS Hi-Y - l yr.: C.O.E. - 2 yrs. MARTHA KAYE LOWMAN Orchestra - 3 yrs.: "Hit the Deck". lyr e eagerly awaited the Buzz every other Frida MARY LUNN Frosh. Pep Squad: Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: A Cap- pella - Z yrs.: "Hit the DeCk": lVl.lVl.M. - 3 yrs. PEARL LUPPENS LARRY MANSFIELD DONNA LEA MARSHALL F.B.L.A, - 2 yrs.: Y-Teens - 3 yrs.: Frosh. Pep Squad: Secretary - l yr. CAROL IUNE MARTIN F.N.C. - I yr.: Block N - l yr.: Y-Teens - 3 yrs. BILLY DEWAYNE MARTIN Frosh. Football: C.O.E. - 1 yr.: Frosh. Track 50 : 1. V+ ,. ,, 1 , 1, :ie -. . sus'-HQ Ti? 1 .1 1-, sr. M.: .. A ' ' -1 7 A.'iiU51":z fjif' 'K 'Q .i :5g5.'Yla3,g7,f1 - ..,. ' A it g1',3.,51,,x..:4 ,mn ,gf W. - .I , falthfull overlooked the errors DON MCCALL Hi-Y - 2 yrs.: Frosh. Football: B Squad Foot- ball. WILLIAM KENT MCCALL Band - 5 yrs.: Pep Band - 5 yrs.: Swing Band 4 yrs.: I-Ii'Y - l yr.: B Squad Basketball, Mgr.: Sr. Class Executive Council: Commencement Comm.: Honor Orchestra - 3 yrs.: Spanish Club - 2 yrs.: A Orchestra - 3 yrs.: National Honor Society. TROY MCCONNELL A Squad Basketball - 2 yrs.: N Club - 2 yrs. IACKIE SUE MORROW "Cheaper by the Dozen": Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: F.B.L,A. - l yr.: lmposters w 2 yrs. IIM MCCROSKIE MARTIN MCGOWAN Band - 3 yrs.: Pep Band - 3 yrs.: Purgold Staff: Hi-Y - I yr. 51 ...M J"-"'.yX.-tx , r -ref-.9-New ,- . , -f--:fv.f?fe-vm. 1 IANET LEE MCNUTT B Band V l yr.: A Band - 3 yrs.: Pep Band - 2 yrs.: French Club - 2 yrs.: Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: Frosh. Pep Squad: Prom Comm.: Purqold Staff. PATRICIA MCTHOMPSON G.A.A. - 2 yrs.: F.H.A. - 2 yrs.: Y-Teens - 4 yrs. PATRICIA MEADOR 3 YvTeens - 3 yrs.: Spanish Club - 2 yrs.: Block N. GLENN MEYER Football - 4 yrs.: Track - 2 yrs.: Hi'Y - 2 yrs.: Stage Crew of "Dino". IUDY ANN IVIEYN C.O,E. - l yr. SCOTT MICHELSON HiAY - 2 yrs.: "Cheaper by the Dozen": "Stage Door"5 "Dino": Imposters - 2 yrs. Some of us became .n.gm...es .A 'R I H 9,5 M5233 i mbsf 'i f if vfl. . . television stars for an hour MARY LEE MILLER G.A.A. - 2 yrs., Sec.: Spanish Club Varsity Pep Squad - l yr.: Y-Teens Frosh. Pep Squad. - 2 yrs. - 5 yrs. IRMA MARIE MILLS Clee Club - I yr. LOIS MISNER F.H.A. - I yr.: "Hit the Deck": Madriqals - yrs.: A Cappella - 2 yrs.: M.M.M. - 2 yrs F.T.A. - l yr.: Purqold Staff. IANEY MITCHELL IUDY MONAGI-IAN Y-Teens - 4 yrs.: F.H.A, - 3 yrs.: F.B.L.A. - yr.: Frosh. Pep Squad. BARBARA ANN MANAI-IAN Cv.A.A. - 2 yrs.: Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: F.N.C. - yr.: A Band - 3 yrs.: Pep Band - 2 yrs Spanish Club - 2 yrs.f Commencement Comm Purgold Staff: National Honor Society, Sec. Q if. , Ag, if M55 Q I is mf QQ' rr- L 'M N X 'X 'Q' 2 X rr. J .P l ir if 5 H if 'f 5' nw 14 vu. 'F lb' is f vi if x Q 3 1 F' Q N BOBBIE DALE MONTGOMERY Frosh. Pep Squad: Glee Club - I yr.: Y-Teens 4 yrs.: Spanish Club - 3 yrs.: Varsity Pep Squad - 2 yrs.: Imposters - 2 yrs.: "Cheaper by the Dozen": Homecominq Queen: Prom. Comm.: Purqold Stall: Cheerleader. ROGER MOORE Hi-Y - 3 yrs.: Stage Crew: Sr. Announcement Comm. CHARLES MURDOCK Hi-Y - 2 yrs.: Football Manager: Radio Club l yr. IANE MURPHY Fresh. Pep Squad, Pres.: Varsity Pep Squad 2 yrs.: Y-Teens - 6 yrs.: Y-Teens Cabinet - 2 yrs.: Hornets Nest Board of Control: Crlee Club - 1 yr.: Nurses' Aide - 2 yrs.: F.N.C. A I yr.: Spanish Club - I yr. LEWIS MYLAR Football - 4 yrs.: N Club - 2 yrs.: Track - l yr.: Baseball - 3 yrs.: Hi-Y A 4 yrs.: Purqold Staff: Prom Comm.: Hi-Y Cabinet - 3 yrs. BEULAH MYNATT Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: Glee Club - 2 yrs. When we appeared on T Teentown BRENDA MYNATT Frosh. Pep Squad: Y-Teens - l yr.: Clce Club I yr.: M.M.lVI. - l yr.: Block N - I yr.: F.H,A. I yr.: "Dino", WAYNE MYNATT DAVID NAYLOR Orchestra - 6 yrs.' Concert Band - l yr.: March- inq Band - I yr.: Swing Band - 5 yrs.: Frorh. Track: I-Ii-Y - 6 yrs.: "Stage Door": "Cir1 Crazyu: "Hit the Deck": Honor Orchestra - 5 yrs.: M.M.M. - 2 yrs.: Imposters - 2 yrs. LARRY NEWPORT C,O.E. - l yr. MARVIN NICHOLAS SUZANNE NIELSON "Dino": Imposters - 2 yrs.: Spanish Club - 2 yrs.: Glee Club - I yr.: Y-Teens - 6 yr1.: Block N - l yr.: Frosh. Pep Squad: F.B.L.A. - l yr. 't' QT 1 Q 5 S'mw..w.f- if f ti f.g1..5ggg2:: :2f5i2Li'.f'f7lf?l!ff?f,i7 :fii22i:Ei5f4:if7 ,-153,123,,Vs:g15:j:'r, 'j1,,g'z1,:,w-'gng ,Qs . 'f -f'f'r".:l.s.jl'T L12:'U2g7.L',4 ':1i':l52i,2Qif4'f-' ..Q.:W14f12f'Q2ii:2 Um... " " '-i3:f.2e - I-? :.'f?" :,:' s . .: . - ffi'f1:Q:1if'fiilie: fbvim m . f' w 5 I.-in 1'.fff1gigT1l11E1:?vff?f'? ' " " 4 fwv. V:-Ce: - p A- sw: A' iif'li :.1:-Y' ' -1,53 ' Li- -"ls l' - . .5 , ,V.. . ,,., ,. .,.,A. ... ., ff. - fl' . ,T . . ' I Q. . V. V ff! . t.. 71 .- 1 51522 J ' 11- - . . 'gf' ' - " " ' W -:" i:'?2fr '- 1 1' . Q - - A f mi.- : W.: . I V- I I V .:- - I -V .. .. . .. n a- ' ' . . - ,--f..,:: mr-ff f . H -3 ,1 .- if '- in H K ' N ,gm " 1 -ii.: ,,,,,g:. 6: i w. ,,.,, .. :.s,.. ,,:k,.,,.., . ,.,, ,.,v .1 W. - . a ngwy . T- ' A I . i w.1f...:f.. . .. ...g5,f,:5,zgE,:P,lQi ,,,,,..,,,. . 51, V .EW ,.,E.:..:,:5--,.-.M-.3 .M V : . , ' ' . V w.q.11.4 :..f,g,.s3g gf. gg . , , K. ,krk .. .V . . K. 5 V .,3.i4.Ew-,,-5,-.,,:-W-.. . I , -55.,i.-,KW , . . .,., .L 1 1- V -, f PATSY NOLTE Y-Teens - 3 yrs.: Poetry Club - 1 yr.: Glee Club - 1 yr.: A Cappella - 2 yrs. LEVETA OBERHOLSER F.N.C. - 3 yrs.: Block N - 2 yrs.: Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: Imposters - 2 yrs.: Library Club - 3 yrs. LEONA O'DAY Came from Pleasant Hill, Mo.: C.O.E. -41 yr. ART OGILVIE M.M.M. - 3 yrs.: French Club - 3 yrs.: March- ing Band - 5 yrs.: Concert Band V 5 yrs.: Pep Band - 4 yrs.: Swing Band - 3 yrs.: Hi-Y - 3 yrs.: Varsity Baseball mqr.: Radio Club - 3 yrs.: N.H.S. RUTH O'LAUGHLlN Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: Spanish Club - 3 yrs. SONDRA OLSEN Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: A Cappella - 1 yr.: Frosh. Pep Squad. e didn't take the Uhio Psychological test IOHN OSBURN SANDRA OSBURN F.N.C. - 2 yrs.: Spanish Club - 1 yr.: Y-Teens 5 yrs. MARY IO OTTMAN Frosh. Pep Squad: Marching Band - 3 yrs.: Concert Band - 3 yrs.: Y-Teens - 5 yrs.: 1VI.lVl.lVl. 4 yrs.: Varsity Pep Squad - 2 yrs.: F.B.L.A. 1 yr. IOHN OWENS GLENDA OYLER ROY PALMER Football - 4 yrs.: Track - 3 yrs.: N Club V 2 yrs. 54 EVELYN PARDUN Y-Teens - 3 yrs.: A Cappella - 2 yrs. IAMES PATE Marching Band - 4 yrs.: Pep Band - 4 yrs.: Swing Band - 4 yrs., Pres.: Hi-Y - 3 yrs.: N.K.C. Council. MILDRED LORETTA PATTERSON Y-Teens - 1 yr.: Library Club - l yr. ANN PEARSON MARVIN PEMBERTON Band - 3 yrs.: Pep Band - 2 yrs.: Swing Band 2 yrs. IOYCE PETERS Y-Teens - 4 yrs.: Spanish Club - 3 yrs.: Varsity Pep Squad - 3 yrs.: G.A,A. - 1 yr.: F.B.L.A. l yr.: Frosh. Pep Squad. ' w PMS ., I It took us ---- What a headache! LARRY PHILLIPS Track - l yr.: Hi-Y - Z yrs.: Football - 3 yrs. CHARLES PHIPPS MIKE PIGLER Hi-Y - 4 yrs.: Hi-Y Council - l yr.: Fooiball 3 yrs.: Band v l yr,: N Club - 2 yrs.: Art Club l yr.: Track - 3 yrs.: Radio Club - l yr.: Treas. of Soph. Class: Imposters - l yr. IUDY PORTER Frosh. Pep Squad: Orchestra - 3 yrs.: F.H.A. l yr.: G.A.A. - 2 yrs.: F.B.L.A. - l yr.: Y-Teens 5 yrs.: Honors Orchestra - 2 yrs. LILLIE IANE POTTS Y-Teens V l yr. ALICE POWELL Spanish Club - 3 yrs.: Frosh. Pep Squad: Y-Teens - 4 yrs.: Block N - 1 yr.: Buzz Staff. fr 5 fail' ,S J rf, fag P 'We lk' M mcx PURDY X Hi-Y - 3 yrs. RICHARD RAMSEY GUY RECTOR Hi-Y - 6 yrs.: Ir. Prom Comm.: Purqold Stafi. l ROLLY REEB Hi-Y - 4 yrs.: Spanish Club - 2 yrs.: Track l yr.: Golf - 2 yrs.: "Dirio": Band - 2 yrs. A if 1 7, LETITIA IOANNA REI-:ss R W F,N.C. - 2 yrs.: A Cappella - 1 yr.: Y-Teens ,I l yr.: Buzz Staff - l yr. 'bf IACK ni-:svrss C F 1 l 1 . S an-f 'E' Before entering Sr. Lit. we had to say 'KVA Q. 5 , ... V ' r,.l .ll ? gig ' ,M 3-f1,gf.-rag: -Q' Lwisilfzi .. C .C Q Vb Er' --J .f. V W.: , i fi . rt rf gh-J. MARY LOUISE REYNOLDS Y-Teens - 6 yrs.: Block N - 2 yrs.: Frosh. Pep Squad. ROBERT REYNOLDS Football - 3 yrs.: Track - 4 yrs.: Hi-Y - 3 yrs.: N Club - 3 yrs. JIM REYNOLDS "Dino" MIKE RHOADS Came here from Wichita East High School. MARY RICKART Glee Club - 1 yr.: A Cappella - 1 yr. BOB RIGGLE Hi-Y - I yr. Frosh. Pep S 4 yrs. Radio Club - DICK RIGGLE GLYNDA RITTER quad: Block N - I HELEN ROBERTS BRUCE ROBERSON RONALD ROLLINS 4 yrs.: Hi-Y - 4 yrs. MARGO ROSE ??????I!!!I!s!l'l'll: Uh, Yes! Iambic Pe-ntameter IAN ROSS Block N - I yr.: French Club - 2 yrs.: Glee Club - 1 yr.: Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: Frosh. Pep Squad. IACK RUMA Imposters - 2 yrs.: Madrigals - 2 yrs.: A Cap- pella: Hi-Y - 4 yrs.: "Cheaper by the Dozen": "Girl Crazy": "Hit the Deck". DAVID ST.'IOHN Band: Hi-Y - 3 yrs.: Swing Band - 1 yr, RICHARD SCHMIDT BOB SCHROEDER IUDY SCOTT A Cappella - 2 yrs.: "Hit the Deck". yr.: Y-Teens Y' 'A 3. , w.'.w..v mg,'1.4+f1ffifwf'1 Syl-fizfferfi-afi1i1eiif-..1,.'2Q.Qsfv-gif gwlfvggf 1991.2 .f .15 pit' -3 .?tfvfti"::zz :w Lf..-z .www s -fi. . . 1.5 . .,,..,L ..,. . , army.. . J.. hL,. .. .. , yy E e . H 'f 351 - '1 ez -ui -' ,P el I ,,:, .- is . f-.' , Q. if . A S I W '4 L 5' W s K l Q ' . 2 ,..--zz.. me. ':!. ,- - :. .-I T 5 . wf1 . 'flr W H 'Q '- . 5"f'f' Q K 3 A , ,'.,. f,,.i Track - 3 yrs. IUDY SELL Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: F.H.A. - l yr.: Glee Club - 2 yrs.: A Cappella - l yr.: Hornet Harmonaires 1 yr. CAROLYN SHAW Y-Teens - 4 yrs.: Glee Club - 3 yrs.: F,N.C. 2 yrs.: Frosh. Pep Squad. DICK SHAW Football - l yr.: Basketball - l yr.: Hi-Y - 3 yrs.: Track - 1 yr.: Student Council. KEITH SI-IELTON Hi-Y - l yr. THOMAS SHEPHERD C.O.E. - 2 yrs. ION SKAUG Hi-Y - l yr.: Imposters - 2 yrs.: Varsity Foot- ball - 2 yrs.: Student Council - l yr.: H.N.B.C. 4 yrs.: N. Club - 2 yrs.: Stage Crew "Dino", Uur parents ask at Open House RONNIE SIEGRIST DAVID SILVERS : Frosh. Football. SHARON SLATER BARBARA SMITH Came Irom Park Hill High School. BILL SMITH EMBO ICEM SMITH llimmiel Hi'Y - 2 yrs. 58 ,l All f l I gl , c w . mfg ir: JOYCE SMITH SHARON SMITH Frosh. Pep Squad: Y-Teens - 6 yrs.: Y-Teen Cabinet - 2 yrs.: Variety Show - l yr.: Band 1 yr.: Varsity Pep Squad - 3 yrs. IOANNE SMIGLEWSKI Spanish Club - 3 yrs.: Y-Teens - l yr.: Madri- gals - 1 yr.: Harmonaires - l yr. KATHY SOWDER Y-Teens - 6 yrs., General V. P.: Y-Teen Cabi- net - 2 yrs.: F.T.A. - l yr.: Y-Teen Inter-Club Council - l yr.: M.M.M. - 3 yrs.: Frosh. Pep Squad: Pep Band - 2 yrs.: Band - 2 yrs.: Im- posters - 2 yrs.: Orchestra - 2 yrs.: Honor Orchestra - l yr.: Senior Gift Comm.: Varsity Pep Squad A l yr.: French Club - 3 yrs., Sec. IERRY SPERRY PATRICIA SPRADLIN "Stage Door": "Dino": Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: F.H.A. 1 yr.: F.N.C. - l yr.: Varsity Pep Squad - 1 yr. J x . L. We 25 4, . . 'QQ-if A W . rf fff 5 ig. x,y.. g ..y E :M .. .Y r W' 'f P 2 'F QQ' Si si VY 35: ggf fkffw -I 12 Q 7' ? ..... ... ...... A , . .. .. .ur - t . Mft. .--ff.-rs.. - ...f 'H .- 1 Z. f, . S'-7311: .3-Iii - " ow is m little Sylvester doing this year?" PAT STANDLEY Y-Teens - 6 yrs.: F.B.L.A. - 2 yrs.: Frosh Pep Squad. MARY SHARON STEELE French Club - 2 yrs.: Block N - 1 yr.: Y-Teens 3 yrs. IACQUELINE STEVENS Y-Teens - l yr.: F.N.C. - 1 yr.: Band - 3 yrs.: Frosh. Pep Squad. IUDY STEWART Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: F.B.L.A. - 2 yrs.: Crew of "Cheaper by the Dozen". PAT STEWART F.H.A. - 4 yrs., Pres. - 2 yrs.: Varsity Pep Squad - 2 yrs.: G.A.A. - 4 yrs.: Block N - l yr.: F.B.L.A. - l yr., Pres - 1 yr.: Y-Teens - 6 yrs.: A Cappella - 3 yrs.: "Girl Crazy": "Hit the Deck". - IOHN STONE B Squad Football: "Dino": "Cheaper by the Dozen": Spanish Club - 2 yrs.: Debate Club 1 yr.: N.F.L. - l yr.: Imposters - 2 yrs.: Hi-Y 5 yrs.: N.H.S.: Prom Committee: H.N.B.C. - 2 yrs.: Purgold Staff: Sr. Class V. P.: Student Council - 3 yrs., V. P.: "George Washington Slept Here". 59 77,,, WY, , ,. IUDITH STOTTS Y-Teens - 4 yrs.: M.M.M. - 2 yrs. GARY STUART C.O.E. - 1 yr.: Hi-Y - 1 yr. GARY STUBBS Hi-Y - 4 yrs.: Pep Band - 3 yrs.: A Band - 4 yrs.: Swing Band - 2 yrs.: N Club - 3 yrs.: Frosh. Football: Frosh. Basketball Mgr.: Frosh Track: Tennis - 3 yrs. IACQUELYN STULL Frosh. Pep Squad: Block N - 1 yr.: YfTeens 6 yrs. DON SUDDARTH C.O.E. - l yr. EUGENIE SUESS F.H.A. - 2 yrs.' F.N.C. - 1 yr.: Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: Imposters - 8 yrs.: Spanish Club - 1 yr.: "Cheaper by the Dozen": "Stage Door". th ,rf r Q , .Q . M, t ,W .. T ss .3 A sv- H ""f'. ze., .,q.,,?, .... , ,.. 5 .V , iw Q .1 . 4 5. 1 '1 22 w f Yi- fl l Z' it f P9 ip: 5 .rf as ' A After I2 years of brain-racking work " 1 5 di' , .2225 f ff? Nw Y f Q. . Q M L.--.filet .Hffiif'.v-1f.:,':v my .Sew 1-Z ' ' .. ...... ..., . ' f tffrfppwe .:,,'t..,r.M.5:..,.:, ,:, ONA SWEARINGEN Spanish Club - 2 yrs.: M.M.M. - 4 yrs.: G.A.A. 2 yrs.: F.T.A. - 3 yrs.: A Cappella - 3 yrs.: Glee Club - l yr.: Varsity Pep Squad - 2 yrs.: Frosh. Pep Squad: Y-Teens - 4 yrs.: Sr. Class Executive Comm.: Buzz Staff: N.H.S.: Purgold Attendant: "Hit the Deck": "Dino" IOAN SWENTOR Block N - l yr.: French Club - 2 yrs.: Com- mencement Comm. IUDY SWINDELL Spanish Club - 3 yrs.: M.M.M. - I3 yrs.: F.B.L.A. 2 yrs.: Y-Teens - B yrs.: Y-Teen Cabinet - 2 yrs.: Varsity Pep Squad - 3 yrs.: Frosh. Pep Squad: Purgold Staff: Glee Club - l yr. LARRY LEE THOMAS LARRY DEAN THOMAS A Band - 2 yrs.: C.O.E. - 1 yr. IOYCE THOMPSON Y-Teens - 6 yrs.: Frosh. Pep Squad. Y .Q 5' Cm ff, . A3 S. Page rf Q? lm X rr R? 51 4 , 1. 3 H Sl' GERALD VAN HORN Tennis - 4 yrs.: Spanish Club - 3 yrs.: Radio Club - l yr.: Hi-Y - 4 yrs. HARVEY VICE IERRY VIDOVICH IUDY WAITS Y-Teens - 2 yrs.: Spanish Club - 2 yrs.: F.T.A. 1 yr.: Stage Crew "Dino". IOY WALKER Block N - 3 yrs.: F.B.L,A. - 1 yr.: F.N.C. - 2 yrs.: Y-Teens - 5 yrs.: A Cappella - 3 yrs.: M.M.M. - 4 yrs.: Purqold Staff: Freshman Pep Squad: "Girl Crazy": "Hit the Deck". JERRY' wAr.'rf:Rs A Band - 2 yrs.: Pep Band - l yr.: Hi-Y - 2 yrs. IUDY THOMPSON IUDY KAY THOMPSON Block N - 1 yr.: Freshman Pep Squad: Y-Teens 4 yrs.: Varsity Pep Squad - 2 yrs. SANDRA THOMPSON IOHN TONGE Hi'Y - l yr.: N Club - 3 yrs.: Football - 4 yrs.: Basketball - 3 yrs.: Baseball - 3 yrs.: Purqold Staff: Student Council - 2 yrs.: Sr. Class Pres. LES TUCKER Hi-Y - 4 yrs., General Pres.: Swing Band - 4 yrs.: Pep Band - 4 yrs.: Orchestra - Z yrs.: M.M.M. - 3 yrs., Pres.: French Club - 2 yrs.: Imposters V 2 yrs.: A Band - 4 yrs., Pres.: "Stage Door": "Hit the Deck": Student Council 2 yrs.: Sr. Class Treas.: A Cappella - 3 yrs.: Commencement Committee: Baccalaureate Committee. TOM TURNER Hi-Y - 5 yrs.: Imposters - 3 yrs., Pres.: Debate Club - 2 yrs., Pres.: N.F.L. - 2 yrs.: A Cappella 1 yr.: Commencement Committee: Baccalau- reate Committee: Spanish Club - 1 yr.: M.M.M. l yr.: N.H.S.: "Mrs. McThing": "Cheaper by the Dozen": "Stage Door": "Dino": Buzz Stall, Co-editor: "George Washington Slept Here". e finall graduated . 1 1 . ' . :.:'.:15Y'5?51- ' 1 f H " ff! I WI7., . 1 , E, My kkiqfflggggg 1 ,sw . ' " ' i.'ifEg??r54ag?gl ' H . as ' - ., we-11:4 H1-w.fg..: 5 550 L .K K Q. ,eg .E .: K: 3. .1 S S ey W, Str 2, 'WP' 5, , r fl Q Q ar ' , ff.: . 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HSV Z ,R 1 V x are . g. , BARBARA WALTON Y-Teens - 3 yrs. KATI-IIE WAYMAN N.H.S.: M.M.M. - 3 yrs.: F.N.C. - 3 yrs.: A Cappella - 3 yrs.: Spanish Club - 2 yrs.: lm- posters - 2 yrs.: Freshman Pep Squad: Y-Teens 6 yrs.: Y-Teen cabinet: Purgold Staff, Co-editor: Commencement Committee: Assembly Come mittee: "Cheaper by the Dozen": "Hit the Deck": "Girl Crazy". CHRISTINE WEBB Y-Teens - 3 yrs.: Y'Teen cabinet: G.A.A.: Var- sity Pep Squad - 2 yrs.: Purgold Attendant. WAYNE WEST IUDY WESTON GLENNA WHALEY Spanish Club - 3 yrs.: Y-Teens - 6 yrs. ROBERT WHALEY A Band - 5 yrs: Pep Band - 5 yrs.: A Cappella 2 yrs.: Student Director, Pianist: Madrigals - 2 yrs.: M.M,M. - 3 yrs.: Swing Band - 1 yr., Director: Honors Orchestra: Commencement Committee - 1 yr.: "Hit the Deck". DON WHITAKER e trudged across the platform sy raw . K I nf, 1 Qs : - :,I- Q N JACK WILLIAMS EQ I A' ltl 5 . ... -V, ,W J GARY WILLIAMS Baseball - 2 yrs.: Hi-Y - 1 yr. DIXIE WILLIAMSON Y-Teens - 3 yrs.: F.H.A. - 1 yr.: Freshman Pep Squad: G.A.A.: F.B.L.A. - 1 yr. . IOHN WILLMANN Baseball - 3 yrs.: N. Club - 3 yrs. DARLENE WILSON Varsity Pep Squad - 2 yrs.: Y-Teens - 4 yrs. CLYDE WINRIGHT, IR. A Band - 2 yrs. IACQUELINE WITTE Spanish Club - 1 yr.: Y-Teens - 1 yr.: F.H.A. 3 yrs. JUDY WITTE BARBARA WOODROME Y-Teens - 4 yrs. 'mf 1" ul it x, 1 .w ski HM W E 9- IOHN WRIGHT IACK WOODS Hi-Y - 4 yrs.: Orchestra - 4 yrs.: C.O.E. - 1 yr.: Golf - l yr. 0 receive a blank diploma 2 ff WUQPK S 8 V L Sl? ar we M uw as Q H. TQ ,Qi rr Qi 1- . .'.s:u:" r f: ,L .g - -,1,5z..ly.. .g .. .r '-'W A me time 5. MDL YW 'VSV' Hmm ,if g . E 25.5. X . gal' jfs? ' A ' fl JOYCE WRIGLEY Y-Teens - 1 yr.: Glee Club - 1 yr. MARY YATES F.H.A. - 3 yrs. BRENDA YINGLING Y-Teens - 3 yrs.: Spanish Club - 3 yrs.: M.M.M. 3 yrs.: P.B.L.A. - 1 yr.: Freshman Pep Squad. RUTHANN YOKUM Block N - 1 yr.: Y-Teens - 5 yrs.: A Cappella 3 yrs.: Madrigals - 2 yrs.: "Hit the Deck" "Girl Crazy". WILLIAM YOUNG A Cappella - 1 yr.: "Girl Crazy": French Club 2 yrs. , SALLIE ZAIIC Art Club - 1 yr.: G.A.A. - 2 yrs.: Imposters 2 yrs.: F.N.C. - 1 yr.: Ir. Prom Committee: Buzz Staff: Varsity Pep Squad: Freshman Pep Squad: "Stage Door": "Dino". 63 e 2 5- g Y Underclassmen F P L Gary Leatherwood - President Juniors Shirley Adams Richard Ager Dolores Allen Robert Allen Paul Allison Jay Anderson Karen Anderson Lois Anderson Marian Anderson Larry Arnett Iudy Bagwell Lynn Bailey Carol Baldwin Elaine Batty lack Beadling Barbara Beals Sharon Beals Ronnie Beam Lee Bell Sharon Bellew L+, ni, , ,W Charlie Parker - Vice-President New sill "rr, ' lfip i E fn. . f .rg Charlene Qu r Q' .3 ir - ! an f y l ' 1. me . ,V ' A Nw ff- AXE:-f A f 7. k ,r.k my N . A f so 'f bi 4 ., nf , M? Q ,, -- - , QS ,fs ,eelfvfm L , z 7 A 5 WW ii V H, tw?" 'f ?fff'wfg5fsm.: ' K '- me f',ifw:i V' 1- wwf ' ' g,'3ifg,f3-Viftgos' 543423355 A .2 , Q f- IH' . t .M V, 73571. , . We-, . we ,. we 'WWA -W, , -it V iiwya , K 1, . , wgm ell - Secretary Phyllis Fortune - Treasurer .W ' if W, ,, ,if V 1254 fe -df ' if 1 if ' 5 Sf L .h If 5 .L ,A ww . f , if ' lit x X A si L' ,W K, 45 My ,.o.l ,, lp?" I eh: av r nw. 'Y' . ww QX iw fre W 2' E - p A A 1, .QQ Q , JR, Yfflw' I 'L ll 1 , I '4 '63 41 ..., H Steven Wayne Bellew Bonnie Bendure Iim Benson lack Bethea David Biggs Wendell Billingsley Helen Bird Iean Bishop Carson Black George Black Iames Black Stephanie Black Wayne Blakemore Doris Blankenship Anita Blaurock Mike Blessing Charles Boan Bernice Boaz 'mm 21 - 3 Qu- wi- ,RW 5 , ,.,... I 1 .1 up ..,., ' ' if 1 g . -. - ,fy " QQ . , i-ii 1 'iil ' ".',. : il' " t '55 S A eiii n M ., J. -f fi H3 What a great year. X : lx, 'Erie H 5 . , , er, ,Milf A wg ,. if ,xi L if ""' ' "" Q -,'-- 1 -1-:Q , J X 5 Q. 'e K ' at Z' - 'Q 1, 7 ? 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A W' fh 2 . x +5 5 . 5.. -, gin ...vi . ,rv t Sxf f V' I IV K ' ag ' 1'-,. H! X ff 1 IF: K E . 5. by L ' ll' V Q V. . 5 K ii., he if Sky-f-'-' ,L 5' ,. l, ,iffy ',:'z'f'i f l. 3 gli ' 4' C E' WEFE F. -Q 1 3 P W ..,:jt. Q. 1 vii s 'Btwn ..,,A,,.,,.. .f ' .. fs. we .Q ws? Q 4' , if y as Q Q. tt Q 2 NX gig? if I , . g X 'hh 5 a it 9, ar ,M rw f 4 935. YN W sk ., as N e 'FEW YD? .vgiffmf Wayne Bruington Karen Brunner Mike Bryant Paulena Buck Iack Buckland Nancy Bugbee Ierry Burton Kenneth Burton Howard Butterlield Ronnie Buzick Charles Byrd Cindy Cain Io Ann Snyder shows her split persona- lity at the Football Banquet. P. S. it was later proved she was NOT Don Pyle I Iohn Caldwell Elaine Campbell nervous as we tried out for our I Q Sondra Campbell Pat Carnes Charles Carnie Ierry Carr Bill Chandler Beverly Cheek lean Clark Iim Cline Suzann Cloughly Dwight Cobb Iudy Cobb Richard Coleman Pat Combs Bob Compton Barbara Conroy Lorraine Cook Glenda Cooper Steve Crain -vt Play , Q V Ei' ' . , ,,. W . fa' la . 5 B . ' fy Q A S 'C -r , . fu N", i A -, 4, V S -2' B ' M J uf 4' Y ' 'C '44 1 B M .. p M,f3 .Q v asv, bl , Y ' I . ' ' I 31 V, .7 5 Sf?" 1 3 f ' "' .- 'T - -. A , -my W ,,, K, , -W ' Y ' ' A .6 . V . 'ff sf J - ' ' 4 .tilt B . 'gifs g A ff'i . YIHJQKYX , 1' ' A le - , thx 'QA-f ' -Q. X M ' . ff, I v 'iff .T .g-4 'ff'-13 ,li . M, fm A 4 if "' TWC ' "' '. ,. Q' 1 i . " ff V B , . -23 ,, A ' A' Y 4 M f t " , 'L C -11, ie' ' . B ..i .B 3 Mary Creason Floyd Crownhart Virginia Cunningham Ierry Curtis Rodney Dakon Tim Dale Charles Dalman V in " ws, D 5 V . ,,,,, A Q ,,.A.. wr ii g I 1 -ffl ,, - - 2 'Ir i my 2- all will Herb Daniels in fry lim Davis wg .,, Ji ' Kona DeBoard 'T' g' - T W x T y f 3 il if D ' Roy Dickey A , Don Dillsaver f 1? ' 1-by mi j ll A D li x is Twirlers Cordell. Iohnston, and Knick take their job very, very seriously. T ,ig W T, V 5 T. my Mfl'vm'Km'f'ifi5i?gfQv ' . T , if " Richard Ditsch ' Y L. 'C - f . K th D , 1 R, N4 , K . ei ixon TL i y . arg I 4 A d d t ' g t II t'ckets I L45 T, ' Tim Dobbins :ab W T V 1,1 W 45 Z , da Ianice Douglas l iyil 4 '42 Fx 5 xy ig Karleen Drennan ' Q W L , W V ? f ' Mike Drowns ,,,, T ' N, J ky ' 't Carol Dryden V ' X ff XD T Tom Eagle .V-f ', .1 w - W L N 4.12 .j. , "T ,Q X HX T 5 W Q i t, ., 29 ' 1 or C l Bill Early , as GF i .-'Gig ' " ,.:' 'fr 0: M 43 Dickie Eaton V A V 8- Ianice Edmonds .N I A fl . ,f , , A, lt ' Virginia Edsall V C' A ' 'A Iudy Edwards A X 5 Carol Emiclc is -' E 2 T X1 A Keith Endsley Q :.. 1.: l j kmet Fanning ' - A - ,. Ronnie Fellows A M .J 17- Q ' 'Y Tim Ferguson as Q 3 5 'F y"y f V - Alice Findley il 'W-my T ' . ' 1 is l - Carol Fisher . ,,.N.f .ie V 5 in I .,'. 5 T T , ff T X F 69 . is . s or in ,Wir ...i h T1 E .. r .. W? y 12. .,, . 1 ge 'Q ip rr :A .., that A iq Lg, l 4,2 Q yy- , U, L R . f V x 4 fr A l E C , f i 3- V ' A ,, we . 1 0 v,, ir M W' I V M142 I ' Y 'Q r. 'ii o ' 3 ' 2 73 ! A I issa fit lv FK VV ,., L md -vi' K N .. . wil' " it y t 'fl ,fy y Kih- is ,:,A ,yr 15 A Q51 V1 K A, K A A I Q. V, W I .. Alltfffrwnixr it pal l' ' ri 9452, 1 H2521 .tjflfs all fi Q Q 1 1 I e worked like mad on our prom Grant Gullen Pat Haddix Charlene Hadley Iimmy Haight Melvin Haines Earl Hall Lyle Handlen Shirley Harmon Patty Harris Donna Harvey Ioanna Hash Phil Hayes Connie Wilson, Head Cheerleader, voices her disapproval at a cheerlead- er practice. Someone must have clipp- A ed when they should have clapped. Betty Haynes lim Heard 70 2 . - .f fa- in 1 'K 3' A X 1'-5 SCN 1 X X .-. 0 W-,tu Q , e ii 1 Elaine Ford Ioan Formby Phyllis Fortune Iudy Foster Glen Fowler Ronald Mason Frakes Count de Fence Posts Gary Fuller Sharon Fuller David Fulton Kenneth Gabbert Frances Geenens Linda German Mary Ellen Glaub Carolyn Glick Shirley Goad Gary Gore Lloyd Gruver .eg im ff' fl -if t , ig f 4 if I . I Ilfcyb' '91 1 K . , ,.-, rr f wf:fwsgfmdsrwexwff-f- if we--1 wipf-dw Q Terry Hemerson W Q N Don Eugene Henderson i W si 1 V or ' L Pat Hennessy gi if I A VVV-H., Mildred Hnd W VF SEV figs, r.,- 3 S Alice Hilden E " i . it A - 'rd 1' -V r, 'iff' Y V Brian Hobson 33 VV VA A . , Qxtsngu Iackie Hodshire Am ' H i t A M Judy Hogue "' V '55 5 ? ,i ' - - "A 10 'A ' 4 ' """ K Ronnie Holland -.dj 7 .3 V' 1,2 V ,gf 2 , , wx V Lynn HOPkln5 x V ' 'W' 'ilk f ' 4 L Yi' Shirley Hopkins x A , V ' ' ' I 1 ,',1" ., V - ' Q37 Bob Horne A l r i Qi., - , ww' it gs, W f A f X rx ,Q Q 4 3, A 5 Q , it M", " 'uf X X355 3 X t V VL t XV 3 ix Vx 1 xii . . dig! 1 Shirley Horner Q A ,, W.. Y A it - KN P M, cdrom Howard 'Q 3" Q "' A' .: "" , Iohnny Hughes ' 'ry ' 'I ,':',, 4' -il: ludy Hulett -' ' ' H to W 'J 'ff' Carolyn Humphreys ,QV ' A lim Hue! 4 Q, ,Lv ' xl A d had lots of trouble getting a date S A - Richard Hum iw ,ff T VV VNV , A fa' V, Vi j g QV VVVVVVV-Q glvgi B. lvkersen .V V , 'ls V . 1 Q 5, on ra Iac son V V Q 3 ' , we V . 5 Steve lczckson f S ' ,dt S N091 lqmes VW Q 7 f .H V VV .K K V I V-'. W V is - VV! 1 . QT ? S 3, V, f V 3 . sf 5 vflirf ,- . fi E, W 5 lrssxi of 1 ' -I Y . , 4 aff," ,, 4' At- 'L 9 v-oicmig "u - r me is .5 I .-nf' j- " 1 ,L 4 wwf? x fi 1 l'.l ,1.Zf'l?' is l',W.. L -gg, er 1 9' , n Aj at 59" Ruth Anne Iames Iackie Iamison Ronald Ienkins David lennings Sally Iennings Linda Johnson Mike Iohnson Thank heavens those cheerleaders aren't from our school! Or are they? Cheryl Iohnston Larry Ionas 71 f--.,v-we from Glen Iones 11" foliar lm' llll ui Leland Iones Sharon Kelly lim Key Carolyn King w g' l . U, . Q n we , f 1 -Ei l MMS ,ji ,, 3' ... f l E x V Qi, ii 419' S v, My -' vf 'Nei M ' A F Nolan King , , Mike Kirkpairick ' g X ive' A "' ft Bob Kitterman " in Xi -'Yl wg, " Jerry Kline Q ' A A 3,Qv:-f- Larry Kneuven K . W A jf 1 J V ,Ll ,VAA . V V 3 5 A ik. Q K-1 Kiel lull' aim lllil 1 r its Sandra Kral Larry Kratzer Number 40 IMI. Tongel CMiss Keltnerll Harold Laber Lucille Lair has all the luck e were just too busy to do our homework Linda Lampkin Karen Mae Lang Donald Lawhon Gloria Leach Gary Leatherwood Ierry Lee Marion Betty Lee lack Lewis Iim Lewis Sandra Lightfoot Iohn Lloyd Wayne Loar Iudy Lockwood Bill Logan William Long Connie Loop Ray Loiz Iames Loudon ,M if, 4 an L K X vi Q' H fi A-F? in-ir' x,-W ii ,gr . 2 lofi F 53353, Tiff i . f r - if if A ., pw. 4 is Av - N f A L' . ' 7-R , lg . 1 - ,E M K lg V E+ ' 7 3. 3. ,- xvm Q Q -.I x,,,v- 5 , X ' Y 'e- me MR . X V .,.. K L, .K V' 'W i L W 1 'W' we :" y i ef M X M Lx l 'ff M R 5 Q x l -it ,L , . 4, ip' 4' J yi Y' . '-A Jlrliz, Y if I x I s i 7 v lx., ,Q ,fr , fl ., ..-L ,L v5,g,.,i, X lf? , i +1 , a ,V fg-J . . as Bud Lowers Fred Lowmiller Ioan Lowrey Merilyn Lumsden Jean Mael Ioan Mael Iim Malkausky Doug Marker Karen Marshall Annette Mason Hobart Mason Nancy Mauton Baum and Yates express surprise as Baity is caught by a Purgold camera- man doing the mambo at homecoming practice Richard McCale Iames McCallister WHQE ' -4 - ',,. -, in ,gf 4 we-, "i.iff'i ' ? D We if kn"b D s 'F M I K w Z' in mi I ff if 2: if , " 'M r,,.,, -V , r'+'5E?'1w 5 3 , 'f 'ffm -'Wig f,'f' wr ','f.,'f'-,r" :-pa' '- f Mi va' 1: 'ww' . , fk'k r" 'U' ' Q 'ae ,fx 1 , A Q 5 or 'Q 1 , ifhiiffa asfmia f 13 .32 -. .A ,ggi eren't teachers ever oung? ,Em f L? .. . if W .,,g5f1g,,f ui .B A I K :wig -.M 559:35 .' 4 K ,wk r W. 4 K LMZSL- 4. V A 5 , , My I ,Q , ms-1 -i,?,5f,,,,-,, if W ' ,,,5QT..,1,ir 'A Yi gk 559 if Q 15 41.83 5 Q 1 F M M., .,,,r,., 5 , W .U f ,-Wg. .. i,..,,, . ,.,.,,g .., ., ,fooM4+f,. 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L xii V Vg . . eg ' .r-Q-,nw K ' fi . vow ' 4.25 , K l 1 V ' 'V , C, A - l Vx hk 1 ' A , ' ' ' M 'Q,,:fifE'i: S39 K J , .ff 1 fl ' if 5,1 by 5 1 , iff dr fr' l all .f'f'fff'lJ f ' C 4 y 2 ,t i ,3 , 1- - . e ' .J e L I by ' een. r . ff? g - rf Q W my V N ag . y 1' or 1 we EC ,Y S 'QXH 'Se i A 'wi 5 hen our teachers From Cline. been book Glen Neiderman Carolyn Nelson Ieanine Newland Carolyn North LeRoy Oberholtz Ronnie Oglesbee Iohn Olmedo Olivia Olmedo Diane Oltman Vicki Owen Ted Palaska Anne Parker the expressions of Campbell, and Mr. Calvert, we must have behind. But according to the score- . . . when? Charles Parker Charles William Parker Q ' 3F37 t,X,, y2 1 74 xii 'ir f f-'ff 2, y A ll ., , K my Kenneth Miller Katherine Mischlich Ann Monderow Betty Io Moore Harriet Moore Mary Sue Moore Larry Morast Ian Morris Karl Morrow Robert Moxham Gene Mueller Kay Mumma Herbie Myers Norma Myers Ierry Mynatt Iudy Nail Beverly Nash Robert Nay gave us the US. constitution test Pi ' '77 'i , 4' ,Q 1 In E' . 2, -Q K, K X '- 4 4. C we -ff ah 1 ., Q of f" K .rf 5 Q f . A jxqsy . If E XL , ?'f?f'i f' its Q' f -,gig g - , V r . tammy ,.' , X KZ 1 t , X New - Q xr-by - Q 1 L . X . if X or 1 . L H - we I7 '1 tv rr I A A z 4-N - 1 aa 1 I? H A S Gr 'vm , . W 5 ,,' V 7 1.2 Y e xr " f T ' .. 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"2 ' ' A 1 ' T' 33' X I. rgg-ifbgga? -'-' ' Q '12 ef 1 . 2 v i i A ' r 'fffi 'Q z- - 'I iiksisj David Parkes X- .J Ioe Patrick ff 1 Frank Peak y Edwin Peterman ,.VA.' i 3,45 Q 'ffl Betty Peterson Spencer Peterson will if, hr ' P fl" N l' i li 5 lllllltr 5 'fl il Ronnie Petree P VP i A - Jarvis Pettit P, if A V Ronnie Piatt I 3275 '--' - ' - M Dottie Pittman ' , - -YY' ,gf lack Pitzer ff I' ' Linda Poindexter W -P f A ' ' 5 R V 'ar 0 ., ' K Bob Popalisky Mary Powell Shirley Powell Tom Powers Don Pyle Charlene Quell me w uf, ' at s, 6 A W 9 46' S ,,. .,, 2. ,Q ,,.t:,,+ 'SQ : yi .1-' :'4'Il7. 52,2 7 gs" ' rss Vx 1 f .L fPel'I1,Q1 I-sf 'J-et . it ' e it e pleaded the 5th amendment A k,:., - .. " . in R f f? trtt , ' P R ' :'i 3 M R we if 1 Et s'f1f' . Aif,Kl . ,.,. 2 .--' li fini ,sd I I H? iiyrl tl if rp iv"' ki? K in K ..,,- if If W. i uf' l A N- .,Ak ga A r it 1 i tts, 24 L ,xl- ic xr R ? rss, V 4 'Nw ' .. X5 - s, , . 4 - f ,- X em 3 ,..rA.,.,s,, 5 Q- v -X P next. Gary Ramsey Charles Raysik Iohn Reaqan Wayne Reece Bob Reed Ronnie Reed Linda Reynolds lim Rhodes Grace Richardson Barbara Riley Patrick Roark lim Roberson pd' , , f., ffl -f 413' . 3? Q Q. A 9 .B P S K 1.1 Stan Martin, the Kodak man, checks with Mr. Moore as to who's to be shot Iim Rogers Iohn W. Rogers 75 wr , arg - t t nl! W' Wmffa tm My is 'sr' aw 4 L t , S,.s2K,1 1y sv 1 iw A. , L ff x ' ' f7J2,.F-fish: w.wE1i7f5f t fwnffifv - he f' f'.sf'aii.er fs fzt 1. Q . . ' - .i in ' 'L . A K. , i Q f it 5 , . .K Q- K ff .. Q i ' . .gasp .f 'I .. 14 W I t. ,ffl . 1 X .. . V? I K AM if V ls ..- 45 I I K l x xl ? A N l if l K , ii y ,f i . Q- t if is V . E A QE , 7 K V i' 5 we Q i if I, 'IK Nu Iudy Rohrs Charles Rose Gerald Rose Ianet Ross Bob Roush Virginia Rowland Bill Royalty Iudy Russell Marilyn Russell lames Sacamano Larry St. Iohn Stanley St. Iohn Confucius say: "Full smile signify empty stomach". Bill Henderson say: Let's eat!" Bonnie Sampson Billie Sapp We tried to sneak into the Senior Section Iohn Sappeniield V V K 351533: Siizif y as teep f R'-33 .. 2 ff.. fi y ialffflfl' Qlflesliifmm N Q, li A ,ZW Qi I Dick Schiller R y y S S i ,Ex ff X M jf Q he Q Fred Schoettlin . Sandra Scobee , ,,, It Walter Scott Ben Seagraves David Serviss Ioe Sharp Dick Shearer Bonnie Sherlock Sandra Shipman Tommy Short Patricia Shryack Ronecia Shultz 'nv KS" 'T Nu In H yin, L A wil we .X ,. I wr-3 7 W.. xv l Q 2 I. N' Y A ,www- zs .Ak -nr K R L ,S i' 1 is Qt X rx Mx Q it lf 3 X Mi, . wg Q if if , "' "" .ae P. HL, f , S i . r -2.11. X- Elm A 53 A 3 'V' t t 9x as . .K ,W Gary Siegrist Elaine Silvers Iudy Simkins Patty Simmers David Simons Trent Slusher Beverly Smith Doris Smith Kittie Smith Shirley Smith Harlan Snodgrass Bill Snyder "Dead-eye" Dick mulls over problems ol men and romance with classmate li' Y ,Z . 3 4 , A 3 .QQ if - . P I' ' y N A 39 s v- , X f :Tm fifl l , 1 B , 'l- V, V' tg, gm. A F S . G- ' -',.' ' , - I , W A V, - S Egg, NXN wiv! it M w-ff-5 T Ai rm 'A 5 -we Montgomery. , Io Ann Snyder K 'ix Roy Owen Snyder ,Q F ll But those sophomores pushed us out 42 2 . 'yy A ,pf H '-'y ami iw ia: is ,. 7. mm ,A , LVc" 'L .. . D, ' -o g o f so W' xi ilit' ' e1'1 f A, as T5 .: ,, -I 4' f- S' 'W S W. X ' -Jil, si., . 535' y .ITF ' ,t,,,, Q- sist' , Q 'N it Q V ,K ' K WW. gl ,A WM K A Y' , gg? .7 X 5:2 so mfll1x1a'tfft123.. 552 3. it S 3 A as A 1 M . -T emily 'T rs it , t .V A, vw? its if 'P W " V - I X Aw.. ,gb 12, ,J rl jf , W, i wif: Ll Y U - 4 .gf I , I I 7 L7 is A f,4, V L , ywwii A 5 is ,, M, 7' ,, A W f Nd xg E Ioyce Sons Barbara Sorensen Linda Spradlin Mary Spruytte Ieanne Spurqin Ioyce Stackhouse Wayne Stanley Willard Stansbery Ianice Stevens Pat Stevens Bill Stevenson Ronald Still Forrest Talley Delores Terral Mac Thetford Bonnie Thomas Larry Thomas Bob Thompson 77 is V as t Y 5 .W ,cg W 33.4, dy ,, ,rf I new-we if ' 1g.,,w.4 K V, K we x is if 'wif 5 Y Ai. I 'K 1 After a year of Ierry Ware Nita Warren Iill Waters Iudy Waterstradt Richard Watkins Dorothy Watts Larry Weakley Io Ann Weatherman Connie Weaver Iudy Webb Martha Weddendorf Linda Weqner Class President Leatherwood and Vice- President Parker help Class Secretary Quell home from an executive session. Hmm. Must have been monkey business on the agenda. Sonny Welfelt Ann Werner 78 we ,t.. T -- ...,,.. .1 -V ie w Aan. 5 y. t Haj. 1 M it we fa ' ,- fi, . s t 1 fd. ,dug -0 Qunumw-M can s --Q- . Vg TQ: , in ,wk new .1,,,,.,, zum M 'lewwnuss Nz rwkilf' an , was nun wash' E +111 nl an MV... in if 1 W-,H K Q 9 .. 4 ,W .QQ W . 'lg 1 I' 5' 1, t,tf ' gif 1 Tommy Thompson Carol Thrasher Iohn Timberlake Charles Trammel Iim Trammell Marilyn Trantham Sherrv Trapani Phil Trotter George Turner Loretta Uehlinq Douglas Earl Vance Suzanne Vering lean Walker Mary Walker Rosemary Walker Virginia Walker Diane Walters Carol Ward We . if er... V -3 2 6 g 45:1 151, W-WJ tisik V itii . k.iV 1 -'fe fuzz : .,i Tom Whipple Danny Whitlow Carolyn Whitt Charlsie Wiard Maxine Wible Barbara Williams David Williams Ian Williams Lois Williams Thomas Willman Nancy Wills Connie Wilson Don Wilson Iudy Wilson Shirley Ann Wilson Shirley L. Wilson Gary Winfrey David Woerner K 8 CEll11E ff. r if si J f 2 , at or fr: i is -mf 5? M 1 is ' W ,Ig y yyyy 1 QW' y e 'fe , r.-s sz, . , 1. ' fr, ,Q fu -, " 1 :.,: :fs 4. :.. ff' ' x- ,af Q 1 -ez, Y V fp 4' -- -1-fi' . 1 MW :gi QV. 'N-e iv XX wg' V A gs ' ii 'V to the fr 112 EW W il in M 4. -Y--'s ' V - Sala iia lr i, s llssrr ki Med . W, A -M ,5 V L 'Y Y' ef - W W Q its ' 5 35 3 53 5 . I ffl' Y 3" . 'f M, ' . . A 2 N A , qw ga, 'V ,,1, ' , iff? 'ri '36 V- , - Q-lv 5' ' ' -r -, My-135' W- m y I K K VH, .. ,i ,Q LV.f eff.. kk, - f -rr 1 ff f H, J: - -A ww . ' r .. -A ,. . I I 7 , , " I ' r ' ' 1121 A af r 'wr yyii y conclusion that E : moz Arlene Wood Gary Wood Arthur Woods Wayne Wormsley Bonnie Worrell Donna Wright Iudy Wright Iimmy Wrigley Gwendolyn Yates Iudy Yates Ianice Young Linda Zinn The Iunior Class goes into the yewelry business in u big way when ring orders are taken. Lynn Snowden - President Mary Abbott Rayna Adams Karol Ainsworth Larry Alexander Bill Allen Nancy Allen Stephen Allen Roger Amon Kay Andrews Marilyn Arbuckle Iudy Arnold Gloria Ashbrook Sharon Ashley Linda Axtell Bill Bade lim Baird ludy Baird Ronald Baird Brenda Baker Carl Baker Sophomores Dorothy Pool - Vice-President Brenda Baker - Secretary Becky Buchanan ---- Treasurer 'A .-dv t . ' 5 . M.. . .rg -'ft' .11 2 E iff ' 4' 5? . i . s new A M2 A 'fl A mv W A s bf A Q, N f ,ei s lit is we .. , if gl ll :QM 3 Q t:'5..f+ My arf ' . Q ig fuln 'rx-:ky A fl li is :ffl - - 1 1 . H , ' -of ' M V ' Ji Ihfilyiietgggr, ' ' - SPAQJQ' V 5 l ., .V . ' so t A A " ,,. Helen Baker Thomas Baker Howard Ballard Robert Ballard Richard Ballard Willie Baltimore Sharon Banes David Banner Raymond Barber Richard Barger Dixie Barnes Kelsey Barnes Pat Barry Betty Bass lim Bateman Carolyn Battagler Nancy Baxter Craig Beaman Here wg-f' t t Meu'e e tmwwf, ilk W 4-rf, ,F ,gill - fra - Mwwmwhw i75NT ill wi ll if 251. 'S' ' il f-fflf ' 1 V ' -if Yi .wtf ,jew yner 3 e F32 if gps, of 'il , :Z" N Til B it-me :. rf,f eyci wa,M5 f , " . if if ' ' ':. A V " " I V ' t et' V Quang s ' KV 9? its . K . i sg eele f ,VV , V wrehuff I nge, Q, :L F V V- , I I , V :f, 3'9r i, wVxf4faQg gy, I .TZ 3 . L- , ef X., Tri X 'l Qi lf! l-n s, A I - Q ' a :Jt t , ' ' V, , , 4 Zi D , V ., Aww? ee get geese fees , reg 1 if z ' V ' 5 , 'KV -'.,, J ' 'Bi ' K - 1 - H , I' x, K m1 eV N 1 fe- : I Q X , VW ' f Q will WE rf are! Half way through high school ir Don Beck Franklin Bell Charles Bigham Carol Bing Maurice Birt iygi?i :,43U Vici 1 V' esv,hr I 4 B K Iy i V- t ii if 5 ' K , :zr 1 7 K will k:,k ' ' ii , " sri., A: - M - D' V 5 ,t ' r W vi fi 'limb e,,t it t , t.. , , . yl x it , - I 5 illllifr'l Q , --Q ,3gf " gi fs 'Z F 2 f 'ig an V Q Beverly Bock David Bondurant loey Borgmier Dale Boring Sandra Boucher i r 1 ,Q i f u L I I A S Ioseph Bowman Jack Boyles Ann Darling gets a fresh air ride as Miss 1956 Homecoming Queen at the homecoming assembly. Thought she was 'Gator Queen that year. George Braden Don Bradshaw 81 , L ,., me " S af ig, KV Vt,V-,:w-nfggQ5,3 V- I J if7ikfff'Q.f':, "'1il3.f, gh- fly ' fi' 'I' 1 VIC' f' L nf! lk"l-Vl.if'7 V nf" 7f5t'iL?ffs5l2fL "1 ' Ll 'WE.5,.k' Q if V t - f If '31 3 , 2513 5, ' . L57?i5f'5itf " 5 W7:'5i'5'7iH-'. k flsl! iffil,-' ' A I-Tgzilif , . , D : H ,354 .I,. refer-:'rg 512-V,-QV ,- Y . - MN., ,V . V. , , , , fdfm P fl lege 'lg '12 as , 3 Kg M, , , " T "LM, ' , 5 if il 1 'j fl' i hr is KS ll 1 X 1 . Q1 for fu.. an ei! K, y fwfil ,,, ,au-4 . , A 4 , , .Av M for :fy-f . o K' A - g , fs ' We :fx ,J E, A .- 'K it-1 .L - H ' 2 ff' .'.ix'f. .1 -, . 5 ' 1 S i L' I 4' , "' L, .ar-Q - 1 ,er W, , .Qs f , "Me ,LL' 'f- , -ii - Yi ,ff rf' if -4 ve B .Y is r 5 -A ef f ' Q -,.. -9. "" 12-'-nr -9' if K 5'3- if s Tr fl .rn- 'Xu 9 1 " K ,f Donald Bradshaw Gary Brasher Brenda Brenner Ilene Brisciano Phyllis Brittain Donna Brooks Iimmy Brown Mary Io Brown Becky Buchanan David Buck Bill Burcham Patsy Burden Larry Burqhoff Pat Burkard Gary Burns Richard Burton Wilbur Burton Sherian Bush ith the aid of English teachers and enr Hornet William Butcher Iollie Byrd Phil Cadwallader Erma Campbell Iudy Cansler Shirley Capps Karolyn Carlton Nancy Carroll Sandra Carroll Tyrone Carson Louise Carter Robert Carter Don't laugh. Ierry Curtis, your appendix can't take it. 82 lames Case Patty Cassidy , 1 4 V 1. 1 i jr V, ,.-Y-"X y -+C ff 32 I rr :gig XXL' L jyw Z. ,rixxb K r r A. rtlr ee A if . fl-5 N - k,, ,Q B i isre E E, Irl E .r we W .4-'lm 'QW' ,iv if rf, E .M 71. we r, . I gf ,, ... l V ll ' L' C A A 5 3 .f ,,i5,H:, 2:5 2215 A 7 Keith Caton Mary Ann Cauthen Claude Cessna Linda Chandler Chester Chasteen Barbara Cheney Marilyn Clapp Ierry Clark Wanda Clark Carol Clevenger Ioseph Clinesmith Iulie Clouqhley George Clute Bobby Coffer Martha Coffman Iames Colby Charmaine Cole Oma Faye Collins ... -vw My 2 'UF we M Sv , .1 X 'A V Q "ir NTT' 'V C1 Q' ' A Z- a. R 5 2, M r-,gpg .J-W Y grflhf - Eff' iff f ,annoy sg . ,ya 1 ww, v f www ' 4 L7 M KA 5 J we -N, ' C A 2i"g4.L I 5 3 4 , 'rf' 3 . nn may .I H: L5 V. ' r f "' M A -f ' W . V-ea-" Q ' 4 J ' l C X7 l NC S1 1 w.v1e'2Ei2 X Ma S V Vx ff YK V We awakened our dormant mentalit rx, 5 4 Q ' A ' 'CC' xr! in . X- K x 9 , W ,N-. .Q Cf' A ff I 3 L V .E fy 7 , " if 5 . ' 'Lv "" -'fm 4' , fr C .,:.. if row rw In f E r A, L L y ., X A A ,. fC,iCig2CgQiQqljfl if Cl - L' J gy fl K - 'V Yi Lg? " K ! t' 'Z' I v my , A L . x F , +V 5 r .L I K I lll it fr. P rf -ai' y rg Z .,,Qf 'f C 4", A N ,Q . K , l r . B ,eloy A C 7 C .. , r. C C ' CC no fm Sherry Collins Bill Coombs Donna Cooper Sharon Cordell Rex Cotten Edward Cox Ioyce Cox Shirley Cox Janet Crabtree Iudy Crawley Carolyn Crews Steve Croley Barbara laquiss didn't sell many year- books, but she won a prize for eating the most popcorn at the Purgold party. Needless to say, Kay Kline lost. Nancy Crouse Wayne Crowley 83 ,,, 'gg f ,, , I' f' ,.l .lf L l V 'F h Q. M f R , fn 'fgi-an R Y 'S if N X ffffxiflr fm .iii - r t Carole DeMort Linda Dillahunty Barbara Dillingham Mary Lou Donaldson David Downing Iim Duesenberg Michael Dull Carol Dutton Frances Early Leland Eastbum Darlene Eberting Dolores Edwards Stan Edwards Ianet Ellington ludith Ellington Richard Elliott Robert Ellis Ioe Ellsworth Bob Croy Danny Culp Elmer Cummings Phyllis Cupito Bruce Dalman Ianet Darling Ann Darling Sharon Darrah Myrnia Davidson Kent Davis Elden Davolt Ianet Delarger What assembly was this? Everyone looks so interested! Archie Delaynes Richard DeMent e went to all the games ,,,. .w ,. all 'Z 'WV , A ez J' 'gg N: 2 Z yy 3 t c t 'Week 1 t ,,,R.r..g ,.,, . , wx hw , W . ,W va. f pw ,-J'-we .gr v- K al at gy I 'free' -Cl' Vx ,f V ' .: .. . - -sp -- Q. - ' . ,I ir , ,tif ,fav ' , -if . V 1 r N 'Y' if 5 4' it N 1 tw 1- ft- ,l-Q Q4 n, yg .W rr rf in X I ' - M 'W' - , .L f . V Q-M' tw. Charlotte Ensley Linda Ernest Martha Erter lack Evans loyce Ewing Carolyn Farris Iohn Fernside Phyllis Fees Iudy Ferry Ioyce Fields Ruby Fields Ronald Fischel Spanish Club initiate Ricardo "nose" how to make money. Clark Flanary Bob Flemming iq 1 MAS' 3 aw 19? 4 4 .yr Hkvgf ' f if X " iw fw i 'F V ty A 5 A M517 Fi ,gr in all ,. 'Q 0 K r-f' 2 in t-Q1 " ii A. fm' A V h QU 1, l jf' -S 1 And cheered our teams to victor 'V+ 1 X F to-14 K. ,ah J It F 5 4 --1 , A, . Q 4 x '. at ' A uw x u ,ii xt VN. . rf 1,2 ., 1, .Q K5 f ig Q, . . . , 3 Z . ' fl I 1' IH J ,, f., wg Q W :V we X 'KA . r K Y y 1 ts bella N 1 HW I I U. YQ 5 Y! yi, A V5 fi gg Eff? 'ix f R. X ,s r -ew-its an 4 S. 'E 5 - we-it 5 ot I' v v x-1.-if f 1 1 ,gm X A 5? ,AN fee Q Iewel Forster Kenneth Fowler Norine Fox IoAnne Francis Mary Franklin Donna Frike ' Ieanette Frogge Ienny Fry Linda Gaines Mary Gibson Nancy Gibson Suzann Gillespie Alice Gleason Karen Gleason David Golden Sonia Goldusky Gary Golitko Paul Goodson 85 in A is G V , A 3 V VX, 5 Iimmy Gorbet in 55 -v- A 'ar , -- 'G Alice Kay Gordon -i ,K . V fy ,QQ-V -mfr VV Marcy Grady W7 'V'A Y ' Q - V W, .X ' ' Mft Y , Stephen Graves M ' , ' 1 if V , it . G I if 4 Diane Gray 3 V r.,,'i"i it 1' , is A Glenda Gray t . 1- . .1 'z' 'fx 5' Q' 5 f ' 3Q " 'A ji: ,ff V, V VV i ly, -1,1 M xr it J F H G we U it i-. rffffa it H H . a yf . . 7 any ' V , f. H ., -- ef i f , rm Green A 1 " '37 ' Q""a "j - M' 1"' 5'm' ' Marlene Green , if V ff ' , Glenn Greene 1 'MV YG" V My J H Larry Gremling ,f N 1 4- ' . Beverly Guthrie ? . 5 . . V VV Iqck Hqddix ' ,Q H H 1 V f Ianet Haines . H rr - ,, 1 ' 5 ' Iames Hallengren ,. L V ' ff. "f i 4 V' Brian Hall , 'iw' A' "" M V VV Viola Hamme V ' ,S ,,, AILG George Hanlrins X ,. ff 4. Peggy Hanlcms l e used our leis ure time profitabl Wanda Harrison ' ' , . V Gerald Hartgrove ,M A 3 - A Judy Hash "i 'NEW S 1 N., M, J, ' 3-Y' t Edwin Hatfield t if 1 , H Thomas Havens M"f,f' ' 3 V ' I H . 5 1 Q Q A i., .,r, -V . fi, V x Q X L5 X X 5, -P . 3 K 'E X if ,rf 'C 'W' ' xi L, Q Q A Linda Haverland V .Q V 5- V Robert Hays VV V V - . - V Karen Hedlund 3- , 'swf' Y ' Q rg: , a"fii'?"f'-- "' 'Q Mark Helton .gi 'Y' E r, J Bernice Henderson , V - ' 5 lr is i Q 2' I .1" 1, ,wr if Bette Henderson if V A 1 Karlene Hendrix ,y 5' M., 'A ff: V JERAELVV V' 'ti' K I lf' 2 K lack Lewis, the bubble gum champ, H z, AG"i if VV ,fa 1 'ff V N blows up. A V V ' ' 'G 9 -,:' - ?' i H if Susan Hennessy Marvin Henthorne , 1, fit gif, -if ei Q H 'ff ' .fry fx 7 'V t YR- K W .., , 2 W 573 F 'la if -4, ,, lf .. A-if, 4 'K 3, ,Q 5 2 a Barbara Hodges Beverly Holman Robert Holzapfel Danny Homan Richard Hopkins Nancy Hoskins Linda Hough Iudith Hudson Mary Ann Huesgen Wayne Hufnagel Kenny Humphreys Clifford Huskisson Roger Iacobsen Charlotte Iaquiss Laura Ienkins Bill Iennings Marilyn Ienninqs Harold Iohnson rw N., joining man of F fa, Q gl t Q P it 1' , X 1' if t Hr 95 rt I V, Y ff is Q, ' ' gf' lhll ' C at --L in r ti me 4, , it my x 41, ag if 'Zh s HSS K+? tg er . '- .. an' fir. W' -1 fm 1 -Q , it, if Q 6, ' it s Z . . r"ir., 213121, if .'l, in fx ,V-Z.. Qi 'QEZ tl t m V Ayye V y N r VLkkVil J? 'L Q4 mr I ,V K K " 'l.a :-.".,,f Q Q rwmrrt tit yyyy r ,,,..,i fl ...S R fer . ' f I V.,: .i r 3 ,ir krkz if kr: A .,,r Q ..,:Gg Ei K 0 rthtown 'S 20 clubs Ioyce Iohnson Rodney Iohnson David Iones Ierry Iones Lena Iustice Richard Kalen Charlene Kalsu Patricia Kanan Nancy Kavisic Richard Keillor Sharon Keith Gary Kerr Bette Buchanan arrived back at North- town loaded with Swiss chocolate, German watches, and French perfume. What, no post cards? Iimmy Key Allen Keyes 87 - r.,Xt. . F 4 lerry Kilgore Ioan Kiloh Ronald Kimberlin Wayne Kindel Barbara King Myron King Ronald Kingston Darrell Kinney Ernestine Kirk Donald Kline Donald Kline LaVonne Klobes Togethernessu Judy Koehler Pam Koenig --if ' Ji ' 'ff 'fl H 1 wa Q ,cb ...r""" E ?f."".- 6 'x 25:3 M, e rJ,,. l, .f z?5azw:zff.z fm- .7 0. 1 +, fi - ,, in , ' ,A IK T il I sf .. ww ? fr 7' 'G-'ill . ' g A' i M f W L 2 41 . , ,Q X - 4 El ,vu 1, l" if f 2 in M3 is v- H Z2 L A ip ' , 5. , .fff i v V . , ,y H uf 7 F , 1 ,"- - i fl 3 L A41 K The Coronation Ball was our first 1 5 I fav- 1 . fi 2 f ,fee L , Q Q 'f - 'A ' , A X 1 , 1 A 'X 3 1 if ' if A X 7 K big dance I i .. V, ' - - Q Vina get , A MMQ ffl an 'iw cs- 3 'fi ' fi 'E K J I . ng , .. , 1 i.i m.,,, s .M E v M , . up A M, ,, K ' 1, Iohn Koljat Ion Krebbs Arlene Kuehl Lynn LaBerge Iudy LaKemper V Sandra Lamb Carl Lanio Ioe Lantz Perry LaRue - Bob Lasater , L. - ,. ,sr . ri N' M ,,-' Billie lean Lathrop 'A -. Charles Lawhon f , f 4 I Wad' R " ' r "A, f ,ff . .-" "" ef. 5" I ,ff K heii 4 he f + WW, X 5 13 wi A Ai EEE fu if EXE ao 1 yoga-5 Q, ,A ,7,, 'AE Sue Lawrence Virginia Lawson Billie Leach fy E Faye Laclere Rickie Lee M ..... A 1 ,H- .fv ,M ' ,fm gf K - K ' Q it M A W' Q7 ff T - f ' V Mar aret Leidtke J ' if K if J ' A A A H W 'fi A 3, - -A 5.1 . A r'-" , X i M 1 avixirfrzo in' .. ., ..., f V . ,. -,,Jl,,:.w W'-g,,13e ,A .. f I is is i ' mv? 'lf i iii H ww-it hx, , m f ref- f .- , .H s -, Q A. Larry Magee Larry Majors Fred Majors Karen Malmberg Thomas Malusky Mary Marchio Richard Marks Gerry Marshall Iames Marthaler Beverly Martin Danny Martin Eula Martin Herald Martin Pat Martin Bonnie McCall Martha McCall Steve McCammon z 9 V W ,, H - I V L .,,.h ,s 'rf . 1.24 at i aiel L ,fi l l to + H Q ,K f 4 ,. X, v77.f M , . , K 15 gg ltir .i ' .,., we W 'wi 4 ' ' J' . ' A sn 2Q15Q4' "' V t ' if ' if Q , .gf ' . . , 'Q if 5 rn .N it get . x, K .i r 3 ,i X , 3 K' 4 - 12. , :Y 1- if lid Uur feet stall ac . .L ' re.ieyy rrt. . l i e if L t ,iz ty, mae?-3535.2ggyilibgxegx, 4 - 'fvwaizggs Gene McClain 3, z'.E1,1f'+f.i?.2si T 'Lf.:?'fl'ZbgY S in 2.fY,fig5g5i gjgriw Q ' M - wt f :. r f 3 ,r.'wL -'flsilffi , ' '. 1 . :I.,.9 SS : .w'jgili":' ,,.,qwxf.Q 2-ew es. r',-.ww : .O .,.?.mf, L. new . - . .,.r-,.w ,: , .fw.f-W,-,,g 13 ll f U wiiii-as :- HS ::'f.f::5:. iw ,. ,. sq. we , 7.1 '51 lf? - 1-21 Ville-. Q ff E v E , ,it . - . '- ,V A at .l ' l lf U 3 The Fa Ianet Leming Pat Lewis William Lewis Mary Ann Logan Larry Lohnes leii Loker Barbara Long Ianet Long Sandra Lucas Sharon Lucas Iohn Lundy Linda Lyle culty Band and Twirlers must be giving a commercial for a hair restorer. Raymond Lynn Alfred Mabbitt .VV. i V an , .ae 2 S? is K iw 12 sg Qiflf X' r i 2 - f.2if,.v:.. -z - l,.,,f,, ,,,- V, Q S Q., We- . .,. .. i, ,... W - fm ei.. . i L rsy. .iyy ir s 0. ir f K ,. F J .tr L .... Q , Q . iy. .A S -L iisiel .. i , ,.,xe,.' , 5 is Sr Q. ,W E535 Y .-,," , E? l M tn. one f HG e M , g 5 'Y",h f,f ,' '.4 W M f N ,L ' iw' f at 1 l 4' if K ' Y 'i 'fum my I K I' S f V R .,l,,: K x M , i , ' it t E 4 f E it y leavin 'Q f we A by 'E W we f .fr L4 ' 1: tile? A 11 M' 'V f M ,ere iii? 12 .Abby A96 ??e ' ' I , , V' gi in W ti, Q A ri X i if if jg ff fa:-I , I A Ti Z. V e i- S ,? QI, f iff' Z, 2 5' 9 '-'ri' 4 2-.x ' ye M-f -, -' N r if H We had many new experiences Iudy Miller Margery Miller Carol Misner Sandra Modes Albert Montgomery George Moore I. C. Moore Dahl Morose Kay Morrison Farrell Morrow Tommy Moss Iudy Mossburg Marlene Brown and Lewis Mylar re- cognize a parade-watcher. Ammon? Bonnie Munns Richard Myers 90 f' " N ,.. vu ,f R fv I N- 'fi 1 ,emu -:mv U gg. 7 .it F t. Li Z it " z Qz .gy wi-iw, I - 5 A, 2 -14 , in A9 . ARM I K 3.5 . 1' .3 5 'V n EI' E ' 2 30' ,, '-., ft c X ,Q-f f vigbaat III ll! ll! Ill Ill ll! Ili ll! L T, fr 4. ss ,J 1 rages, ' ., G in '22 w 7. Everett McClain David McClenagan Ronald McCollum Frank McDaniel Marcia McElwain Iames McGhghy George McGuire Tom Mclntire Cary McKee James McKown Nancy McMi1lian Albert McOsker David Mehner Gary Melton Barbara Middleton Gary Middleton Marilyn Milice Bonnie Miller W i, F M We ' nfl' Edward Mynatt Walter Mynatt Gloria Nalley Carolyn Nance lim Neal Richard Neal Sylvia Neas Wesley Nedblake Ann Nelson Connie Nelson Iulie Nelson Bruce Zimmerman Vicki Newlon Deanna Nichols Iames Nichols Iudy Niclcell Sandra Nicotra Virgil Norris P V ' W' P ,- ' ' ' R 7 V an-If K I i V f ,au -af 'I 4 Y A if Q i Q 2' , 'V 1. V " A 'f' 'P 5 - its Q i I 'X 5' V .A 1 , e . , 6 , , if i :I an ,ff V., ,gl A ffifhr-' Q . E A? K in , ,ii , fly -.ws-F t 5 'K P . , all li Dissecting formaldehyded specimens - , J H A do I- - . gi , ,V P - if 'iii if iy,l 'ii' A 1-' J m y QE -,"' i ' V : N im: ,, 0 .V if ,K P ,, -zzfxkfq rr. f A ,A we E1 MQ. ii- , K: kV-. ., -,,. f .. New I W TT ana! ,fr ,.., -,V A-we - -as 1 5 risky, , -mf 'xiwe -7, ff. 1 ,VL 7 .'1r' V JQWQS 'J Q' 1 f, sa rl , bw liio rl 1 i - . 4 , QF, -,nf W B ,Q 'LL ' 41' ,f-un., iff, QAM!! VL i li i ,, !3f5'!lx',, 'lp "rl ' 'ii ,,-me ,, 1 5 w 412 'WSIB f '-. . will 'Y' -- Q f 4 ,fiw ff ia., i g M, 5 ,., nf' 4 firm., 'eei in biology Dwain Nusbaum Gordon Oberholtz Kathleen Obermeyer Richard O'Dell Stephen O'Dell Verna Oliver Gene Oltman Bill Osborn Gary Otto Douglas Overstreet Iohnny Oyler Bob Parish ,P ,H S . ,x . Mason, Skaug, and Basham practice up 'i on making some ot those 296 points. Betty Parker Richard Parsons 91 Wayne Patrick - m y I" 'f .1V 4' Ronald Patterson V' ii VQ, A - Lonnie Payne .I 5 I lack Peak " yy Harold Pearson A If L2 ."L :iii Charles Peart , Q' Rebecca Peck -F ' V' " 4 Patrick Peele ' 'A .J A Carol Peoples ff x ' ' Donald Peters ' H, ' 'l P 21 . 1 .os an x H5 ll Hi Hi . VH xfxyfiiliiili 157' ,, f,E52aeig14sf1?Ii453?ilesrif3 F 13, it wi lane Peterson Ianice Peterson What? A queen candidate from Norclay? Robert Peterson IoAnne Pickworth Wim? W mf i' Vex' M 2 6 M252 ff? W - ,zu 1 jig: 1+ v J 'li 'A' i ., ,- 1 ,W . J fl. K. 4 Q' ' ' ,Q 4 , oo:,, ., . 1 i sg Z 1 f , .. 'l --3 ' F' M , Pl ge t M 113. ra '35 3 e washed our g m suits once every semester Ill' N .A ,,,r 7 V . . - l Y A k -X 0' ' 3 .ae my Q ' -'Q S '. New I ks, a NL H. f. V, -, 5 3' I .f of n ,"' '-alibi ! K A P , w 4? Fw - W M P.. 1- i -I iw., I ' ret- ,nt ' - ' , .'o. ' x li 1 ,io- 7lL'w5wg, r,.4?iEiQfff?3iii5552lli?5iW5i9WiTaxkggwugy vis. ka i K f t 1 ,s'.ff'G2lSQQfi3rf' ff-wzzff:-, ,gwi . - ,Qs-'rr.w7if , '-'J r " " 6 W-f:1e1i1'g'r, w. 'K -'wil- 2 ' L. ,-,,,, ,. ,x f, P ro I .fs H '-r P e t z er ' R, l t 3' I i P i ll V, Q rrtlw y P f ""i gc, rg .r,. P o H fflz Q ' wr it to 'ii ' ,-X , Fredrica Pittman Karen Poage Dotty Pool Pamela Poole Monty Porter Cecil Potts Bill Powell IOAIIU Powers Iudy Prentice Nancy Price Nancy Provost Pete Quatrochi IoAnn Ralston Ronald Ramsey Patti Ranclazzo Stephen Raysik Sylvia Reed Gloria Reeves i t x J i in Q' z f 'L" ' 'fiffgvii A ' if -iflzff K Avi' , ., my , ,- if-ik , . -. Qi3f?f55f1l :.i,1-t" ' ' ' 'A J 1- ' nf X P -Qs ' Q w ,V ' . ' H 1'-'serif' ' . I s ' t , , . '- .,,h I A,A,A V, .V ,A., it ,VVA , ,-,. VVixiA V K llI,i , 5,i , , R' 'V f' ,EQE,'f.i,-"Eg are - 'I i i - ' " Q i 4 f u, 5' A .. L H f: L., ,' f f 12 T :i' ll V , ,. TQ. af H - of, - . '57 Q, if 7 A31 s . - 2' if R Q ' Q is' , 4 'f it he ff --, - Ii ' ' W' ,gsm Lkf, 4 Iames Rogers Iohn Rogers Sharon Rogers Linda Rommann Bill Ronne David Rooks Darrell Rose Iulie Rose Sandra Ross Susan Roudebush Donald Rouse Iim Rucker Carol Runyan Ioyce Rush Marlene Rutledge Pat Ryan Lana Sampson Hazel Sandridge iw E wonder w y we failed g m . my 5? 1 Hiltliizfig 5. gmt f , . , I . R R rf, A 6,- nf Mit . is Qt rl' A r 1 . xi Nix 'H rm I ' M ' --5. , -5' tw it 'N-...J x R twig Xi Q x. ,RYE Q, ,W x 3 is 'kr .. TTL' .sv , "W K 'Y' MQW:- "Is Dennis Rehrig Elton Reynolds Marilyn Reynolds Robert Reynolds Sandra Reynolds Louie Richardson Stephen Richards Iohnny Rickart David Riddle Fred Robbins Bonnie Roberts Donald Robertson Sal Mineo must have sent the cast of "Dino" a few pointers on acting. Patricia Robinson Carol Rodenberg rf R X2 if 1: --H+ 'W h!.,,.,. ww.. 1 .45 Us may Q l is in sr N- 5 ,, .efgfirmvt , iw fix R W x x 4 fiiifi' K A A V . l - " ' 1 L R lf' 5 R it 3 - Y ,, if i . ,'.- ' ' ' , fs t ti,t R ax M 1? " K if L7... ,V K I L ,g ' V ' f R it tstn D , - 1 I i'-t . 3 H. E ii?" My L W ' I 5 -if-rr , If ax , 4 , VP 'W' M lr 'rl fa. 1 M 3' S X 3 gi t r 1 F "gif 1 . W., ' 'f 15, My V , ff y t t ,, 4 iw sg A i y .2 .W is x S ll' fl S 1 tr, if . 1 Donna Sapp Nada Sauer Loretta Schailer Carol Scheril Daniel Schraml Iohn Schroeder Leslie Serrill Ronald Seymour Betty Sharp Carolyn Sharp Derrill Sharp Patricia Sharp Karla Shepherd Patty Shipman lim Shook Iudith Shrout Ronnie Shultz Sandra Shupik The Dagg building became part of our school Ierry Silvers Iudy Simcoe I. Fred Simmons Carol Sims Elfrieda Skaggs Earl Skidmore William Slater Santo Smiroldo David Smith Dennis Smith Elnora Smith Ierry Smith Mr. Elliott gives some etiquette lessons to the driver ed students. 94 Robert Smith Ronald Smith 2? ,,,r E iift i i pppypt a p y 5 'five S ..,, S , A "f 'hyd iw C.. if tg lg' f it S ltttl fl if 5 . ,J -.ld Q Wi' l iff' 1 xi. ' J: 5 5 ff R e --any '32 sie , "7 X ' at ' ' 'J' ......-r Av , -f. L:'lg,t ,muh t x 4 l at f :t 'f 'Lveiltl.l ,W H 3 'ie w if 4- X 3 K s. ,-in f J,-, ,, w Q A., " 1 f 'JL V57 I 4 i r ,W , -A , A. - f- f. , ,. 1 .f iw l'V'557i1?g?37f ' ' '1 ' J K f i.?2W7:f',,,ig5fi H 1 " - X ' f. - gf I, V xfgfffmg. QF? ' Q-vw ..t,...,, " 3 ,.,q,fy,g' f y rv, 3.23 ' ' - " 'w , , -tg' Q' Qiiwewglnfabsflnrw K f' 7 A... ,,,,, N.,,,.e,, A if V K .. . - L 12 . it 1 Larry Smoot Betty Smyth Lynn Snowden Susan Sowder Carol Speck Roy Speer Linda Spencer Madelyn Spencer Sharon Spencer Carol Sperry Alvin Spindler Fred Spriester Catherine Stacer Earlene Stakley Carol Staton Larry Steenstry Iames Stephenson Carolyn Steward And we 1 X W e 9, h1St?g,ff 4S- rzyw 1- iw- -, S' 5 Ps ' 'fff f , ,WJS ,,., ,VA,A,h, .... l Q, L iw, , Wifi a,:3,QSUi,1'1Z,ig .. ,J -- f S i ff S' ff ,gf ,S V,,., S K 4 r-k, gig ggsrgfigtiiw,iq5, , Sf ,witgg S ffSS,rS?1- .,r.k .- g ,gr ' Q ,S S! A ,'-e - ' g 4 1 I l N . , 1 L' ' gi S I K A ' rx 1 S .2 "' 8 SJMZS 4 L ' is rl' S S? S S S S ' V W4 M S 'Q gi trudged throu h snow and rain to classes lift .S it " was ' ali V I W' A 1 S 47" S ' -,'-' i, , , 4 , K In 1 S .SS J yy.ySk . y I' t S S M ' qziillkk x vs. 'll 5 +9 '27-S S -Q I W, .N fi 'vw -v A S3 g are ,wt f' p pr I S ,3 - ef'-v l l S it l g . 3 a 3 yt larrS -ff Seae r x i"' I ,f f , S . ,SM ,g y Q fgesqef p S Z . - 'M .tg qw 'wwf 'Q in 'lin -Yfpa, , . N - , S, ,S - 1 M -S ' ei ' :rin f x Wanda Stockham Bob Stone Ieanette Stone Denise Storck Lance Stotts Iackie Stout Keith Strong Diane Stroud Ann Strouhal Ierry Stull Ernest Suddarth Wayne Sullivan Egad! Are those the new band uniforms? Ierry Swatiord Berta Swentor XM 95 ,SW Kay Talbott Geraldine Talley Danny Tarwater Tanya Tarwater Sandra Taylor Patricia Terherst Roger Terrell Bette Thomas Mary Thomas Pat Thompson Terrie Thompson Sherry Thorp Hmmm. Looks like junior-senior fratemization! Harold Thurston Iames Tin ney e knew 51 ff? Q 1 it l t it A 5 , l i lik J my 'W y oo M 5 all the angles in marbles ,V ag. if , .1 ,- fl Y f ,I , , ,, - f , I I ,oy Lk xx ani, pam '91-9 so 1 J T lerry Tinsley Helen Toalson lim Trowbridge Ernest Ungnade Wayne Valentine Ianet Valerius Debby Vandiver Ierry Varns Shirley Vaughn Iimmy Volaski Richard Wade Gene Wallis Sylvia Wardlow Bert Waring Ralph Warmack Carol Warner Ronald Warner Ronald Wartick Whlfffllll q at N A as K li xy M Frank Watson - S Sue Watt Bill Watts X2 32 W' 'X' ,I Martha Watts rj 4, Q ff 'L i '2 - Terry Lee Wayman x W it Qs, ef Charles Wehner Gary Weissenbach Daneen Welch Kenneth Wendell Carlyn West If - R r j ill Chris West ffl Madeline West it yy , ' vV, . X L WA H A In ,I - l 'Q Beam beams at the beautiful beans ii is., I' Ni Marguerite West y M 'J' l h Ronald Westfall rrli , 1 W' l we if ' 1 w But geometry had us stumped l 1 Mark Westman Sharon Westrope Beverly Whaley Mary Wheeler Richard Whitaker Ianice White Larry Whiteside Marilyn Whitlow Ronald Wild Linda Wilkerson Evelyn Williams Iudith Willis Christopher Wilson Iudy Wilson Carol Steele Sandra Wilson Iohn Winburn Calvin Winright ,f A sm i v '-9 vii J 5 3' xl ' ' iii' .i l - 7 , K W . gght Y, A K I hy p Q M if SQA' .V X - ig E X ,, H if t xzrf .,., Q I y f ' in r ly in 1 , Ei Y ,....qf t I is Si srtln rg s s j , W sres E , as 1 it M . M fy 1 A ig Q W! i Ag? -1 - p ww ""'i'tl, j ,, 56552 ' 'Z-.w -' K H - E Z if 3 ,::5fwwf'.4 1 47 :af ' ' e 'P 1 ' 1 4' . A f' ' , ' I 'Y - Spencer Winters Ianet Wisdom Bonnie Wisecup Geary Sue Woli Phillip Wolfe Barbara Woolery David Workman Lou Workman Barbara Wright Dick Wright David Wristen Ada Wyatt Sandra Wyse Don Yeager Barbara Ann Yokum l Ioanne Young Patricia Zajic Iohn Zeller ust think! next year we'lI have class rings too! 98 McCall, the bandmaster. paces "Saxxy" Arthursson around the track. The night the still blew up. 3' Hey you will yah! lv an with the pencil. Quit writing and start a fire, A.. S 5 'Ziff t tj Xi 5:..rf . i,- 3 A - V1 m, . - l A X it 'fgffifi D F , ' B ' - 'f gfflsgf-ig-or ' -. 11535252 : ,, : fir Freshmen e're new, but we're growing -ef ' I .- 3 -rl e e is , Q Q 43 1 3 iff' ' 'ku ff? x yr., Q!! - 'Y 40' - if H an 8 R . Q six 5 1211233 ll 1 +3 A in if -r . ,- .-1 muff , f -'U .IJ 4 6 at K f L. if 'WP F t ' r 4 .. .- fx . 31- i V J I " j iivf 1,3 -f li er' , xx ax 2 .,1A li 'J 4 Y 4 , . 3 A . I. If Qi .V 4 Patricia Abbott Gary Adams Judith Allen Orlen Allen Donna Alsbury Carol Anderson Donald Anderson Karla Anderson Donna Andrews Iudy Armour LeRoy Arnett Karen Artley Iimmy Bagley Ronald Barber Dennis Barfoot Susan Barker Ellen Barnes Ioyce Barr Iohn Batchelor Marian Baxter Bruce Beardsly Preston Becker Paul Bell Albert Bendure Carol Benson Sandra Benton Daisy Berry Charles Bess Bill Biggerstatt Margaret Bing Ivan Bird Carol Bivona See I told you those fre special attention! Randalin Black Larry Blackwell shmen needed of X DP ,',rg,':s.,f.v 5. it x rt r 31 ff' J? -z'X,4 IF I , K A my I 3 . A , f , rn' A 7- in Liz , . B ,Q e always kept ,, ,, 4" 2 K 4 4 ,F LSVW .ykyy .X I li -fx BBB: in 1 B B Q ,qt .Q .Q , WEB3 in 15 i ts fr Q W W J! 'B ,, x ' H, 3 Q 4, 5 B y inni x ,- .-'W M B, - is W .mx - k kirv -. 3'-' '. ' -r V g Q A-mf .J 35' nsni yys,yi t riir .lky I L, get f '-L-, f ff -I K V U- f Y 111, i if ,-,,, A 4 1 fu ,kry ,V ll L V .ff ' W B 19 u 1 I 'x' 1 3 ..,.5"'. V 1 lJ yy N may stte B B , -,J V333 5- iw'- a 5 ' -1 ,:, ., J - X A f . t Q. -,A 1 , i 1 f X, , 3 L , L. our lockers open Q W- -V QI B B an Q, xt H gg- .SZ ' . Bt , ,w,i?i L 4 , I INK fx BBB B 1 2 Q ,I 15.BkQ , .S A4339 NH: t 'Wt BBB' ' B Q - ,". B f, W , ,f 4 . t B' "5" ' B' X -4 B Fw, fmgf 'tt B 'B 1 5 Minn, I ,B LB. :BW Life, ffftit , Y X Iudith Blanton Robert Bledsoe Ralph Bloomer Myron Blydenburgh Io Anne Bone Betty Bowman William Bowser Karen Bowring Charles Boyd Brenda Braasch Marilyn Brenton Gladys Brooks Eddie Brown Iudith Brown Lois Bryant Kay Linda Buchanan Ierry Buchta Harold Butterfield new 75 f li r 3,5 6 .. 1 wx f vig 'R ,H 1 Va: -t af I . as ,Ftrs ' ,. .rye - if filly. Q, in li 0 1 Y. ,ga Nb x if i l 1 . lv pg . . f, , l fx in Lewis Cadue Louise Cambrane Alva Cameron Faye Cheek Richard Chevalier Mary Chinn Delores Chisam Iudith Clark Sharon Clements Donna Conn Denny Cooper Harold Corwin Les Tucker displays some of his new musical knowledge learned at the Ted Mack camp. i Q V- Linda Cotten all Curt Cowles it A h 1 A O ho can remember t e combination. ludy Crouse A in David Crowder 4' gl , -V 'i i Q - ' f Autumn Curry ll I 3' P K J I ga- 55" E V 1 J' Barbara Dale X ' W "i ,4 ,, ,. AJ if "Chip" Davidson R ' Y X 1 is L L ylqq yi Q X ' E Shfm DM- , 1 . W ' is it l X ft l ,ins 5 L, ' 'X 5 'Q Kb Mike Dewey , Gus Ducoulombier A f I A F in ' Ronald D dl . " 1? f fu l - Mary Ebliviey 'V A ft 2 - ft A 5 .vw 5 Q' Iames Edgell yy is H ,A b ' A Dola Edwards A N-lf' H 5 A A l'r- , Q f'f3,f, ,, ' A " if , p xl' if-. fs C 1. ,. kia +4 -.f . Hy N A ..',, . ' tj, 2:5 fl is A g jak? Kathleen Eitel K ,, - - r Iohn Erickson H, , , Earl Erter k 'H . .. K Egg lamie Erven L ' "" ' .. , ii 3 Ierry Estes K 'W ,, 1' Q ' A C V J ludy Estes N A M -4, , -gy' A. .. J' X ' . K I A Q , ' N' M Q, x - A .D 73 -ar. NP sw 1 f -54:-,. A . 4' " iff mg ,A P 66:9 l- ? 'A Q A as ,,AW,A, 'Vi Q 't 'fi 312 J Y -n f ,LN ,,, swf , 'V 4 . 1 . , . V , ' l F so li l Q-M Viv' rv. i -It B E CBI1 Patricia Galetti Bill Garten Stanley Gayuski Rogene Geary Weslyn Gehlken Vick Gellhaus Larry Gensler Donald Gibson Iimmy Gifford Iackie Griilin Sharon Guion William Hamblen Iust a minute, fellows. W KNC stand for? 102 Carl Hamilton Iohn Hammers is v , 1...-.fy fa +4 are , A -q, 'Q , jr ww '13 'U' quam O fi lk A ry Y. Fa 1 M fi N I srl ya F a'1.fE:'f.v ya M., V, L, , .. ,. , . ., ,P gf ' 1 2 1 Sandra Evans Bill Fagan Terry Farley Darlene Ferguson Nancy Ferguson Robert Finley Gary Fisher Jimmy Fisher Lindall Fisher Norma Fisher Carolyn Ford Deanna Ford Iohn Ford Linda Foster Charles Franklin Ieanne Fulk Iackie Fullerton Wayne Fullerton still remember when we were just kids hat does rffff X 4 'fair' . A I rlwll F' 2, ,,r1- lor, 11 ' l ri n. ZS' -my 'FIU' 3 1. ai I ...J 'S ,A, .,,, K. ' -1' 75 V : swings 'ir A ,Q-r M .M F 'Q--1 ffgiiifg.. ibk Brian Hanson Bob Harless Nancy Harlow Everett Harmon Ioyce Harmon Bill Hart Carylona Hazen Lloyd Head Gary Heese Dick Heller Carroll Helm Iim Hemerson George Hendricks Brenda Hensley Linda Hensley Robert Hermanson Lynette Herrick lim Hiatt ,ap ,isp HA 'j itwf A p, 41" 2 W A il, H11 f f .., S, H ' . F n V GSK H N -, f it . E 4 f asf" XX X A 134, W, 'X Q 'iw ' M- ,X 1 M, 'T li N. 5 ' Ki 5 i I A ..XA., -.30-113 .. ga OW WE BFE - WZ s X x E lm t ..-if I .rf 2 ar 5,32 ,,- 55 X . 5 4, va, is . 'QQ 3 iw A SP ,J ' ,J M "-Q ' K. A A, f t rl sb feg'eeS 1 f K 3' x L' if aQ1l?5:v.'. 5 ft 'lf ,li 6 xx X ,- Af' r in Mi' as f 6 w ...dr M .1 u 5 Q I t iff big freshmen! I :rf , , se.. 'J L ,L 'C ,A ::. ME Sf yi- . f-if -5 gi we 5 , .M 5 e , ' l . f , 5-:ii L,VL, I Q it - it ' if , W, if wi? I ..- . if .5 V' I f Q, .5 "a as Q W' x pi ..V l V fm X all V , v ,---f , ..- U xx 'I .lt wi-I'::. '1- tx .X .,,, t y ,A U e' kv Me? 5 Pass the on us! Bob Hill Jim Hobbs Ronnie Holderman Karen Hopp Ioe Hoyt Donald Hughes Ierry Hughes Tom Hunter Larry Hurtado Sharon Iackson Kenny Iames Sonny Iames bottle. buddy. Someone scored Bill Jenkins Ronald Iensen 103 1 xv Q., Paulette Iohnson Patricia Iohnston Shirley Iones Susie Kalen Mary Kelber Carroll Kellerman Linda Kern Gaily Kimsey Barbara Klemme Gail Knick Donald Krueger Iackie Lacey The band plays grand for the American Royal parade. it ,, f, 'sr L mari . Donna Lane Dick LeVaugh my ,N .nw , ,Nags +1-,W ,- W . A A -r K 4-I My W eiirf t g NN .,, 52:1 fa?" 'Fw Ar, rf Y :fi , Q, 'life I V L N M gg.: . W L -2. 9' f" ea. if is 4, ' M 5. 'AkJVrLV:,k Alih , ' I 'I' H 1,9 ff 1 W H Viii i at Nfl it L ff .N-. it ..., Q J r .df- 'Mei ,yi . 5 Y 5 1. ' .' " .X sg, if Someday well be Seniors too mf ff lf ri My W S2 fi 1 -1 my My 4 W L , t ll ". - r ,aw 41 L QTL- ' L g ., ,z g . ,, I I , Aqyv t 5 g V W 'Ill' A ,tm P , , L t , 4 at ff 'if' 2 5 gy .5 " ff feiii'-'5f'iw ' ,?'a:.w'3" 1 f r- if . K ,Q Q 4, , gnu ,-af' I Vi -f 'Y V u 7 fl we i ., ,A 2 I ,!,....,.r A 'W K A su 1 l Lyle Lewis Carolyn Lightfoot Donald Lightle Freddie Lindsey Frankie Linn Marsha Lorfing Ianice Love Ioyce Lowe Iohn Lowman Danny Lowrey Mary Macdonald Ronnie Majers I. H. Martin Tommy Martin Ronnie Mathis Cleota Maycock Iim McClaskey Mike McConnell sw-V , H. .. V3 V i . xl K K I ' y is w Q Q e , 'f" QUW w if JP -. Q Y :MHOIQ , ' f if V " " r'f7 'ieiflhf J - av A ,... .H ,fer if E 3 V, f . J Q A Va if - I rg., Q mMQ,!i g We fl., -A .Av'.A Y , A ' 'Q' 1 of f M ,il Y f y IW ,QF is lx -ev ef 1 ly ' is Wm Ianice McCormick Mike McCrite Betty Io McDonald Donna Mclntyre Carl McKarnin Glen McLeod Leo McMurray Laurence Meador Paul Mendenhall Dorothy Miller Terry Minger Donna Moffett What's that, a fresh air paddy wagon? Bonnie Moore Richard Morse Gee! Just think, the class of I96I E Gerard Mos A V ,.,' ' f X . B Willis Myers 'ig ' , V . V Pat Oldham i m-1 , 1 'ff 42 fa + -V Q, . V ,, ffl, Steven Olson , as V if .. A "1 z x , MarilYI1 Osborn 'V -,Q 'H 1 jo Owens , fy fx P 'if V V V , H ,gs , L , ' t, i,,'r 5V-ig ,e V r i' t f , ' ' ,ff t- A t 4 x -X I Vey, N-M W5 mx ,hy ' ' 'ii QV. XM, tix f mW'ixX' P V f' fffxxm l vi Sharon Palone 'jfs Eugene Parrish it -gg' f f' 1 , Pamela Pataky I .X ' A , Q Z, L Q 5-.gif A so DeWayne Patterson Q. 'ff f., '- ff, 'me A ' f' 2' Iva Perkins ' I ,' ' 'A ' ,Lf ' A Arthur Peterman f A'i ll' .1 ' "" t Q L ' jf f , 31 f 1 an 2 'fig . : f Iudy Petrie V Iackie Pieprneier Patricia Pitzer ' A Z Y Richard Poindexter V - A fl, 4, , . V ' Norman Powell , I ls! ' ' ' 'W "-7' g, Lloyd Prather M , L 4 fl- t Z ,., ,,i. . ll . ' -V l 'MwszZ:wL,l iw' mr 1 gggfy f gr A . - ?w:5.5r,, . . " . 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R yy of S 1:3 is iw' if udli ln? 5 1 fiog.-1-.1 box with great Diane Prunty Shirley Purvis Herbert Rash Phil Reed Robert Reid Michele Reynolds Sharon Reynolds Tommy Rhodus Delbert Ridgley Iohn Roades Carolyn Roberson Charlene Roshay Gary Ross Ronald Ross Terry Russell Carol Rutter Edna Ryan Don Scott ide-as fr ..x" 'vi' tw Wonder if student insurance covers loss of hearing at a dance-after-the-game? 106 Sally Steinkamp Betty Stelter wr ' J , . ,fr H lackie Stevens Laurence Stogsdill Margene Stowe Karol Street ' Mary Io Stuart Barbara Sullivan Harold Swindell Larry Swotford Ianet Thomas Alice Thomton Mitchell Townsend Virginia Trammell Gary Tucker Charles Turner Karol Turner Richard Tumer Patty VanHorn Iimmy Walden in 5' 1 3.4: E - - l x f G .,, WM' 1, " "ij, .V V. yy, ' ' " f 2 We Q "M, , it "' if M.. I J ei l 19 Fi? 5 Q U Q twwfigy if , J r YN f - -V .: . 1 "EFS i A f it .W if mtv f . in t V . .Lit A22 , ,:,ty it 1 Q , all S Y, 4 L, V . 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N -f , 1 , Alligator Argo does a few f as ' :Qi to Beethovens Fifth. is Gary Williams lack Williams X "' 21 C 1 ancy steps 107 on A 4? qw 5 X i. , im s A tvrlgflg t mais il ' Mary William S Carrell Wisemore Monty Woodbury Bonnie Woolery ludy Woolery Connie Windsor Iames Workman Shirley Wright Iohn Yingling Arthur Yokum ,,,5,: f., is ,Yi V ,ig C 'X I A Jftmf tyi, EQ? itf t QF toi A L- if aty ern sie? mkifwfxwwmi W -.,...-' ,pe W? W A h'l :V,, A fit 2 atyty 1 a n t 'ZS' ' X 4 .,l,, , tt...,z .,Wl,: C to.,. LV,, . , ,:,L,, t,,,, t,.t,., , , ,,..tD , ,tt,,. y it f' fllt A . A to ,l A y ,M lt- F , K i ,,, K' ,K -3 H Q , y f y , . th rain' lyy y yytyw Q Eiiikefi- Lf' if- 'L Eighth Grade 1 47" ,W ' s N 5 1,5 r V W' ,gg .2 . ':'1ff.' lg' 11 if. , fl -,.sp..Lr- .V I ,tzfxw fi t" -, gl.- 'M ' "" ' 1 'i 1' L ff A z?- f-:T575 rf ,--.,, Q? , ,w figs- - V, - v nr.. X 5 Ar S ff .31 ,LL ?f qw , Slfgt X ' 5 1, T . I .W iv, S 3 Qi 1 R 151, y Alice Allen Donna Allen Charlene Anderson Carol Appleman Larry Bailey Barbara Barnes Keel Batchelor ,A is 75 , , wr, - 5 fa V Carl Baxter A y s 'Q A muy Boes 'xg A ,lg Carol Brewer A 4 y Wanda Brown s , 9 5 Barry Bryan Yqtgrfmtz. . ,ta t A, , me W- we 1 gg,-.. ll'2-Nl 3 '-3' rv s F isir' i 'V . ,". '55 IMAJ .',J'fiL ,Qi ' , ' F W K V 'V Nancy Chinn ACM 'wma y+ew Wwqf Imwmf M fi j ' yyi, j 4 T' ft iy' 1-1 'C Linda Cordell Milf , ,,,' Robin Crain ' A if i . I Harvey Crocker ' J W' .K Dickie Dinkins - Y 2 22:15 . , N fm he JW - Q. 'Aw K 5 X M ' Ronald Edwards If r N ' ' ' Sharon Edwards f ' V , X -I Iohn Evans If 4 William Evans - QN S Al gi I L, Christie Flanary , ' ff Q25 A 'ft Deanna Hagstrom .' f. f. -1- . f , .. v:,. K 2 'S-Tex" xr 1 .C in .LA it i t PM ?k We f ' F we .y v y y Q M i , F ,W tcm Q ,rikyk - K R5 ye, ,Li NL - is L ' ? 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', A '4 Betty Benedxct i i V 9' 'V My Frances Black , ' , D can Bolton f , 'f 'fu ' , , "F ,K I ., Michael Boydston 45 3 W V 3 . -"- f at X Vi Phrlhf- Hedley Y e fiv e L, L , L Shirley Brassheld 4 .t:g"'f "" -, ,A f , A ' Y f Y, - L,, ,V ,L ,VV , Novena Burrow VV A if ., Q I L3 ' fl , ', Q 11 .V ' Harold Burton V V .Q .V 'Y VA Roy Burton f f f ......, , gi L + Iohn Bush fs sp, 3' rar! me - L ' Linda Craven f if t n ' fm ' ' - ,i , Iacqueline Davis r 'L', W I ft x 'ifi'E.1i' . .. 5 ii N - F ii'f'i,4 iz 1 gi. Il 1. iff'j'f .1 ' '- K, U 5 1 g r::.1 2 5 - t x l Seventh Grade Q M' ki " : 'iii ' we QM' , e e Q, QI V L if , I V i Ronald Dobbins 'Cf -46' V 3 Q ,V l ,r we g 5 V 'V -R VV ,VV ,gf V-4 3 gf Stephen Dow . 4 VI g L y Q, 1 :V ' ' gy A 3 . Betty Edwards VVV . WV V .. W ivy , , V, Q e L V A Walter Enlow 'X . " ' A i' lOYCe Erven , :VV - Luella Fitzpatrick zit L L ff , - rm Garvey L fa 1 f or 'L 2 W, ' e s Dom Gibbs V. V - 4, L, , , dx V 'L V .2 I 1 'W Q Larry Goddard A LLHL: I "ffl L Vx 'L.,,i3i3 ' -wig Larry Harless f ' V ' ,, LJ QQEE ' "I Cheryl Hayes Ei' sz, rrfiww k , X 3, 5' . . F, - by l v l, ' V V W Iuanrta Hemmerlxnq V . f.: ' r, ,M ,., " K n fs J H , AV ' ""' H Janet Hoover Q Q ff W 'E Penny Irish 3 i g V, - 15 2 A WV VV 1 Barbara Jenkins VV sv I VV f N..,fig,. ,.VV V , V Nona Jenner X, VV QV - VV? gnda gogxlnson VV 3 OK, eve o nson 5' ' L Q, ftiflf ls Q la lt wwf? ,VM , Sylvia King , , . Q ' V V, 6 , Brian Lander 1 V V, V L. VL Q3 Gary Landis MV , yvr, Q-VT ' , V V V ,U Q Vi ' A Sandra Lanto ,VVI gig 'VV' 'L :Q . i'jV,,V wr ff V if ji ' r 1? Fanny Llewellyn -'f- r-Qt , A Iames Lundy '. Q-Q f i V . -K r r-.tff,.,. f,,-L ,R . sr -- f , . ll? 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' if - i My my 3- 1 F K. , Q Sharon Memsen l'2'fjy V ' sy my is 3 6 Barbara Me A ff . Yer - . 5- 'Pg fx " Charles Moore - fr Q "ig ' gf 1 . .W 1 , R, eff, ,W at-,.,.,, ' . Richard Munden ' 91 f'1"" ' . -'af f . i '.1- S , P -i G Kenneth MUYPIW V V f Larry Musteen .Iggy A . lv W',L ul f ' 1 My Warren Olvera Ei 'fmQ , ' t y-, ' 14 11-m y Ianet Parrish A fe fy ' .SQ F lg R., Timothy Phelps W, Ffgflzf' S' Q' Y " 9k N' ,,.. Y ' 2 5 ,, L Viifilsitfie' 3' A It 1 Fi " M ' is I A 'L' is f ,gtg-wggw4"'?.l K' Randy Phillips Teresa Ross Peter Roudabush Carol Rowland Patty See Ruth Snodgrass Harold Steele Delores Stine Karen Talbot Jane Teneyck Tommy Thomas Michael Valentine Iames VanDerVean Russell Veach Terry Walters Karolyn Wayman Donna Whited Barbara Williams William Wilson Hewitt Wright Donna Zinn sg M., wi-V, , KM K tl' 9 aaa 0 gif. gg r 'FSF K W5 T sa: if 1' -is ,I W Eu. V: , .T-its ig 'L 1 'i'If . 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Mg I . is .L 3 in ll W..-.,.m,.m.. -M ..,m...... , ,-..A...- f-- -Y , --Q an , , jwx-,,,w,,4,,?,...M,.,m,-Wwg, yffL.W.,.w WH A' ' K' 'A A' ' Q 112 " 'ywfiiw LM Cirriculum 4 ragga- s , , 3 2 r English , we I l . V L,,.,, ri xfm ,-,, b u V M , , ., , 3 ri ulbv , fig, .7- Q i , , 1: I - ag, ag si .- fi 'T V V' lg, L ,,t 3' ' ' T r. V if ,, , ievzgqggt L 5 5 - "Write, Write, Write," seems to be the theme song oi the thirteen teachers in the English depart- i' ' ment. In the required classes of freshman, sopho- more, and junior English, time is divided between af? teaching grammar and literature. In the grammar section, work is done on theme writing, punctuation, g spelling, and word usage: in the literature section, 4 everything from "The Merchant of Venice" to Ogden Nash to "Giants in the Earth" is studied and discus- sed. Seniors preparing for college are offered a course in English literature. In addition to these general English courses, speech and debate offer training in constructive public speaking. Tom Turner gives the debate class a preview of his oration. Mrs. Shields repeats her oft-quoted lines, "You don't have to do it: you can take an F." Miss Babcoclc's English class drills on Henry Hornet vocabulary words. " 5 French Parlez-vous? If you don't know what this means, ask one of the many students enrolled in the first and second year classes of French. By recitation in class. the study of French life, and learning thousands of complicat- ed rules, students are learning the lives and customs, as well as the very beneficial and beautiful language, of the French. As they say in room 237, "Vive la France." Miss Glynos and Sandy Shupik lead the class in a typical French song. Spanish students take a trip al mercado. Spanish "Al sur de la frontera," or. "South of the border." is an expression often heard in the Spanish I and II classes. Be- cause the United States is located near several Span- ish-speaking countries, stu- dents often find it valuable to learn this fascinating lan- guage. Through the diligent study of vocabularies, cus- toms, and stories. and thro- ugh the enjoyment of Span- ish songs and games. stu- dents succeed fairly well in acquiring a Spanish accent by the time the course is completed. 115 Social Science By enrolling in classes in the social science department, students find they can develop a deeper understanding of the problems of our times and those of the past generations. Each student is re- quired to take three courses in this department, those being citizenship, world history, and United States history. The department has eleven instructors. Everett McClain locates the land of the kangaroos while Miss Devall looks on. .. A E,Y"sw4sm, v . L Miss Barnett explains the more difficult clauses in the U. S. Constitution. Lili y,,i: By the looks on the studious faces, Mr. Evans must be telling a joke. With the aid of charts, Mr. Twyman discusses modes of travel. Students enrolled in classes in the science de- partment can be found dissecting pigs, performing experiments in energy, mixing compounds, and learning basic principles in science. Throughout the four years of high school, there are courses offered in general science, biology, chemistry, physics, and hygiene. One unit of science is required for gradua- tion from high school: the others serve as very popular electives. Margo Rose prepares to drown her sor- rows in a beaker of HZO. Experiments are performed by Dagg general science students. Mr. Arrington supervises the dissection oi a pig. Miss King smilingly watches iirst year typing students as they intently type perfect assignments. Business Education Training in a variety of commer- cial courses is available for all students who are interested in en- tering the world of business. This department, largest of the elect- ives, is staffed with thirteen ex- perienced teachers. Most of the in- dividual needs in business train- ing are met by this department, as it offers courses in salesrnanship, business law, and bookkeeping, in addition to the more general typ- ing and secretarial courses. Dick Shearer attempts 1 +57 ,, Q 3 1ez1f,,-if to sell a lovely ballpoint pen to h is mirthful clients in salesmanship. 'tm W,-qi ff. ,- Duplicating, calculating, and dic- taphone work are learned under the watchtulness ol the business teachers. Vi Nw 4 lrmaard derives enjoyment from algebra while her classmates study diligently. Math Math, in both basic and advanced courses, is fundamental in for one who is contemplating college work in this field. Although building reasoning power, according to the eight instructors in only one unit oi math is necessary for graduation, most students this department. The advanced courses are especially beneficial find it to their advantage to enroll in additional math courses. Mr. Meyer explains principles for first year algebra. mfg? , 9 Art Hands and teet, portraits and landscapes, leather work and carving, oils and water- colors- these comprise only a portion of the work which is carried on in the art and crafts courses. Any student, whether he has artis- tic ability or not. may enroll in these classes. Through the use of a trophy case in the iront hall, the entire student body is able to view the efforts of the more talented students in each oi the classes. Many students also en- hance their homes and the homes of friends with their finished products. ost. Obviously boys are very interested in art work. for it gives them a creative outlet. Now try that with your glasses on! Girls, too, have a thriving interest in Art who? as-v'?". . 6 1 .. oi... W- if e at ' Mr. Williamson instructs the Dagg classes in their elementary study of art. 1' im-Zig Gif. N...- t mr px".?',5'ff 1.4 t i f,Q',". +!,!4'f Home economics students create spring fashions. Industrial Arts The industrial arts department enables students to gain practical knowledge in the use ol tools and the de- velopment ol skills, while it gives them a feeling of ac- complishment. Vocational training in general shop. metal work, wood work, girls' mechanics, and electricity is ol- iered in this department. which is stalled with three well- trained instructors. Guess who's doing what?!! Q . ' i V V 1 . ,,,,.-off' i 6 L ,AL nr Don't argue over the icing bowl! Home Economics Cooking, sewing, child care, interior decorating, and other related subjects are the objects ol study in the home economics classes. Actual experiences in these subjects help prepare many young girls for careers as housewives or home economists. This department has become in- creasingly popular, and this year the number of girls using the facilities of this class has grown to over two hundred. pq-..- ,ww 1011! Girls and boys work intently on shop projects. Counselling Through the aid and advice oi the well- trained counselors in the school, students are able to make the most ol their iour years in high school and prepare for any goal they may have after graduation. By taking ad- vantage oi the services ofiered by the coun- selors, the solution to problems is often brought to light quickly and easily: furthermore. the student is often given a better understanding of his abilities and his personal qualities. 2 ta Mr. Hoch discusses next year's schedule with one of his counselees. C . O. E . The co-operative occupational education class is properly named. for it is set up through the cooperation of various employers and the school. This program allows students to work as a part of their curriculum and gives them credit for doing so. Besides these Aadvantages. C. O. E. provides much valuable training and work experience. It could well be said that the song "Get a Iob" is the theme aa song of this group. L -.M xi . 'xx C. O. E. students listen to timely advice on securing and keeping a job. l Driver's Education A minimum age of ISVZ years is the only requirement for enrollment in the driver's education classes. Through the program of- iered by this course, students are taught sate and courteous driving while they receive actual practice in one of the dual-control cars. This class, greatly recommended by teachers and parents, is a very popular elective among the sophomore and junior classes. 122 Neither rain nor sleet nor l5 inches oi snow put a damper on our driver's education classes. 3 ii , 'r . .. li .,.,.,......... mmrf-'5.,,W es.. 'ib- l 535 . .15 ' me Coach Cooper gives advice to a physical education student working on parallel bars. on 1 -if at . 3' V 4' 2 A . fs Roll Call! ! Physical Education Il you would visit some ol the physical education classes and witness some of the wrestling, creative dancing, rope climbing, calisthenics. archery, tennis. soccer, and volley- ball, you would realize that the school is an institution for developing the body as well as the mind. In addition to these activities, students learn the rules ol various sports, good health habits, and sportsmanship. Girls in physical education study rules in health. x J ,A Miss Heisey calls a let serve. 123 4 sic Q V7 47 , . L 1 V' 6,e ,fifckfiljy f , f ' ff 1 ' .f'gf5f-f4'C.1'Lf df Af , ,- fflf JZLZ4 if jdenzf f f , , , glfiaf' ,f7f2i. CZ41f'?fLffic1fQf6lfZ,' QW.fyfM f f I 'fl 1, , fgficfd-Aj sl X 7 ,f '17 fff5 ! ,L QW ,jiefgf j ,Zkfm f f , f 7 gj fffgff,.,cA, fi, I L ' aiZ'7?5'f P 4 771 72.7 fffff 4-1,41fL! 151.1 :,,f,,f f7'L,C9-1.3 X, ix 1 ' f f if Lf A m ' ' aloe. if b an I ' I , 125 1 odern usic esters lf you excel in any branch of music in high school and also manage to keep up a sufficient grade average, you will usually find yourself in this organization. It helps promote interest in instrumental and choral music, thereby encouraging solo and ensemble performance. It challenges students to maintain high standards in music education, to become better performers, and recognizes personal achievement. Sponsors are Mr. Clouse and Mr. Neuhart. Officers are Les Tucker, president: Stuart Bowers, vice-president: Iudy Swindell, secretary: Kathy Sowder, treasurer: and Kay Lanro, historian. The officers swing out the agenda. The maestro at the piano keeps members in harmony. Gloria Nalley does her pledge duties EVe1'Y0ne 9915 into me CIC1- To TENORS BOW lf' Terry Wayman, Don Fuller, Bob Elliott, Leigh Anderson, Louis Richardson. ROW 2-Robert Allen, Sondra Olsen, Pat Hen- nessy, ludy Sell, lerry Swaiiord, lack Ruma. ROW 3 eTom Turner, Ierry Carr, Clark Flanary, Neil DeMent, Mr. Clouse, director. ALTOS ROW 14,-'Lila Evans, Beverly Guthrie, Frances Dick, Lois Misner. Diane Walters, Susan Boude- bush. ROW 2 Brenda Yinglinq, Iudy Scott, Kathie Wayman, Karen Davis, Linda Iohnson. lean Mael, Linda Wegener. ROW 3-Linda Keltner. Kay Lanto, Dorothy Kistner, Kay Iohansen. Sandra Scobee, Iudy Bagwell, Pat Adams, Ona Swearingen. wiv mmn r A Cappella BASSES HOW 1-Bob Whaley, Bob Compton. Gary Ten Eyck, Tom Brown, Tom Fisher, Dick Schiller. ROW 2eBuddy Birt, Les Tucker, Gunnar Arthursson, Tom Short, Iim Davis, Gerry Marshall, Larry Morast. ROW 3iElvin Basham, Tex Fry. Iim Harper, Dan Lawrence, Bill Iennings, Ralph Ehrhardt, Phil Trotter, Iim Mclntire. SOPRANOS ' ROW 1 -Nancy Gibson, Marilyn Arbuckle, Iean Clark, Mary Spruytte, Ioy Walker. HOW 2 Sue Ache-son, Mary Ann Hickart, Ruthann Yokum, Nancy Iackson, Iudy Nail, Nancy Baxter. ROW 3 -'Alice Hilden, Irmgard Hoenger. Frances Henry, Sherry Collins, Patsy Nolte. loanne Smiglewski. lean Walker. HOW 4 Pat Stewart, Ioanna Reese. Mary Yates, Sharon McClure, Cynthia Hopkins, Mary Io Dudgeon, Ann Darling, Gloria Nalley. 127 A Band BASSES Keith Dickerson, Mike Bryant, Marty McGowan, David Naylor, Donald Brad- shaw, Bob Whaley, Iohn Erickson. TRUMPETS AND HORNS ROW l-Bill Chandler, John Burke, Richard Coleman, David lennings, Bar- bara Manahan, Iackie Stevens. ROW 2-Evelyn McQuerry, Ronnie Munns, Ianet McNutt, Larry Lohnes, Iudy For- bis, Dwain Nusbaum, Carol Ward. ROW 3-Ian Williams, Frank Watson, Carolyn Brockman, Clyde Winrighi, Grace Richardson, Gail Knick, Karen Poage. TROMBONES AND BARITONES ROW 1-Art Ogilvie, Celia Karns, Tom Brown, Tex Fry, Ian Morris, Bryan Hall. ROW 2-Dave Bollinger, Dave Banner, Floyd Crownhart, Donald Bradshaw. Darrell Sharp. WOODWIND ROW 1-Becky Buchanan, Charmaine Cole, Ianet Ross, Barbara McCurdy. Iudy Rohrs, Connie Loop, Brenda Bren- ner. ROW 2vDon Wilson, Marvin Pemberton, Iim Pate, Kent McCall, Gary Stubbs, Ianet Long, Iack McCall, Carol Sharp. TRUMPETS AND HORNS ROW 1-Gary Fuller, Peggy Leidtke. Nancy Iackson, George Black. ROW 2wLes Tucker, Fred King, Dan Law- rence, Spencer Winters, Nan Kavisic, lack Lewis. ROW 3-Tom Eagle, Phil Cadwaller, David St. Iohn, Ierry Wal- ters, Richard Keillor, Ioe Ellsworth, Ron- nie Schultz. PERCUSSION ROW 1-Dick Eaton, Marian Anderson ROW 2-Bill Logan, Cheryl Iohnston Steve Crain. y A Urchestra PERCUSSION Iimmy Haight and Larry Meador. LOWER STRING ROW I-Violas - Linda Dillahunty, Ben Seagraves, Pat Galetti. ROW 2-Cellos - Larry Morast, Jack Woods, lack Davis, Nancy Allen HOW 3-String Bass - Carl Baker. Don Beck, Beverly Sue Bock. Garv Kerr. David Navlnr. VIOLINS ROW 1-Virginia Rowland, Ray Lotz, Marilyn Whitlow, Wayne Wormsley, Ieanine Newland. ROW 2-Ronnie Oglesbee, Frances Geenen Keith Dixon, Gwendolyn Yates, Fred Robbins, Cheryl Iohnson, Rodney Dakon, Alice Gordon. ROW 3vSharon Banes, lames Colby Iudy Mossburg, .Wayne McOsker, Marsha McElwain, Harold Johnson, Carolyn Stewart, Bobby Kincaid, Pauline Franklin, David Work man. Evelyn Williams. WOODWINDS AND BRASS ROW I-Kathy Sowder, Martha Lowman, Ianet Ross, Mary Ann Huesgen, Evelyn McQuerry, lohn Bnrke, William Long. ROW 2--Les Tucker, Glen Green, Mike Dewey, David Wriston, Ierry Tinsley, George Black. .f,.M,,,,5311,55L,W553ss55,,5 zxmm5m,:,+,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,-MJ , ,kgs:ygfiarkgggfi-z.1,,f:Mggfm-,lggqfgQzg,,,rw,:.w Sew:,g,rgf5,-,.',..m,: Age: sms- , X1 fs -f ,umm sm -ffs fm:--figiexk Hornet Harmonaires Add eight more "lungs" to Madrigals and you have what is known as the Hornet Harmonaires, the light-selection group sponsored also by Mr. Clouse. They spend their time on popular and various other light forms of vocal music, and their aims and principles are very much the same as the Madrigals. This is the first year for this group oi singers. ROW 1-Ruthann Yokum, Ioanne Smiglewski, Gloria Nalley, Kay Iohansen, Dorothy Kistner, Iudy Bagwell, Lois Misner, Lila Evans. ROW 2-Marilyn Arbuckle, Iudy Sell, Mary Yates, Pat Hennessey, Dick Schiller, Tom Fisher, Karen Davis, Beverley Gutherie, Mr. Clouse. ROW 3hBob Elliott, Neil DeMent, Robert Allen, lack Ruma, Ierry Carr, Ralph Ehrhardt, Iames Harper, Daniel Lawrence. Bob Whaley. Gary Terxlivck. adrigals With a song in their hearts these "Carusoes and Carisoettes" from room 101 have gathered together faithfully every week to join their voices in song. This group consists of sixteen of the better voices of the A Cappella choir who perform at various community and church functions of the area. Their aims are to promote student interest in vocal music and performance and experience along these lines. They specialize in more difficult selections with the aid of their sponsor, Mr. Clouse. ROW 1-Marilyn Arbuckle, Gloria Nalley, Iudy Bagwell, Lois Misner, Lila Evans. ROW 2fRuthann Yokum, Pat Hennessy, Ierry Carr, Dick Schiller, Tom Fisher, Karen Davis. ROW 3A-Bob Elliott, Robert Allen, lack Ruma, Ralph Ehrhardt, Iames Harper, Bob Whaley, Mr. Girls' Gee Club ROW l-Wanda Harrison. Ioyce Cox, Pat Robinson, Phyllis Fees, Pat Ray. Io Ann Weatherman, Bonnie Roberts, Vicki Mauton, Pat Iaynes. ROW 2-Carolyn Shaw, Sue Watt, Ann Monderow, Linda Guyer, Marie Mills, Barbara Wright, Eddie Ver Steeg, Lois Anderson, Sandra Shupik. ROW 3--lennie Fry, Elnora Smith, Sharon Westrope, Diane Gray, Carol Peoples, Alice Gleason, Sylvia Reed, Linda Haverland, Betty Henderson, Connie Nelson. ROW 4-Mr. Clouse. Ioyce Smith, ludy Witte, Helen Roberts, Linda Lyle, Ioyce Wrigley, Ianice Young, Kona DeBoard. Paulena Buck, Nancy Scantlin, Donna Royles. Clouse. .if Pep Band HOW l-Iohn Burke, Richard Coleman, David Iennings, Becky Buchanan, Iudy Rohrs. Barbara McCurdy, Ianet Ross, Charmaine Cole. ROW 2-Evalyn McQuerry, Ronnie Munns, Ianet McNutt, Iudy Forbis, Pegqy Leicltke, Nancy Iackson, George Black, Marvin Pemberton, Iim Pate, Ianet Long, Gary Stubbs, Kent McCall, Bill Chandler. IackTe Stevens. ROW 3--Dick Eaton, Marian Anderson, Steve Crain, Les Tucker, Fred King. Dan Lawrence, Spencer Winters, David St. Iohn, Ierry Walters. Bob Whaley. Marty McGowan, Iohn Erickson, Tom Brown, Tex Fry, Dave Banner, Dave Bollinger, Celia Karns, Art Oqilvie. 7, .-4 , 'A' fit Y ,st,i 45 s 1 ' ff ttl Y' the arching Band ,t if .t t ,r C ' . .X 'NV yr, i - 'i ' ,. ' ,J 4 l C E? ' 4 me M- 0 tx R' t -'Kl5vf,1, I ky H "Y V' 'at ,fe A The Marching Band pictured below performing in the American Royal parade 5 y .UV l f 4 and at right between tunes at the William Chrisman football game. W X X K g ' ig i wr ' , . 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North Kansas City has had football play- ers that were better than the ones on this year's ag- gregation, but I am sure that there have been very few teams anywhere that better understood the meaning of the word "team." ,L GAME scomzs ' 1 N. K. c. 34 southeast s N. K. C. 26 De La Salle 0 q, N. K. C. 33 Liberty 0 N. K. C. 20 Sedalia 0 K, 7 A N. K. C. 46 St. Ioe Benton 0 fi fig r ' N. K. c. 46 si. Joe Lafayette o Ki' N. K. C. 25 St. Ioe Central 0 N. K. C. 41 Baytown 7 K N. K. C. 21 William Chrisman 0 Mr. Crouthers, assistant coach: Mr. Galbraith. head coach: Mr. Odell, assistant coach: and Mr, Piaii, B Team coach observe a crucial play from the sidelines. xiii! axial fi H " " Team ROW l-Don Wilson, Ierry Rose, Coach Crouthers, Coach Francis Galbraith, Coach Leland O'Dell, Gary Sieqrist, Keith Endsley. ROW 2-Mel Haines, Ron Petree, Richard Ager, Hobart Mason, Don Henderson. Dave Mehner, Don Pyle. ROW 3-Bruce Roberson, Bob Popalisky, Mike Piglet, Ierry Hancock, Ken Brand, Ted Palaska, Gary Marshall, Larry Ionas. ROW 4-Bill Kelso, Gary McCrite, Lew Mylar. Icn Skaug. Elvin Basham, Wayne Kindel, Mike Kirkpatrick. Ricky Lee, Carson Black. ROW 5-Bill Henderson, Roy Palmer, Ion Hubbard. Tom Willman, Frank Peak. Ray Ager. Bud Lowers, Dave Williams. ROW 6-Mark Westman, Ron Beam. Bob Reynolds, Iohn Tonqe, Karl Morrow, Iim Louden, Ron Piatt. Iohn Reagan. .f., f, - .v .,...,Q,,,,, .1,1,..: Q .V , A, 4 N. K. C. - 34 Southeast - 6 September 13 . . . In an exciting, hard hitting game, the N. K. C. Hornets decisively beat the Knights of Southeast by spirited team effort. N. K. C., the underdog, surprised the entire Kansas City area and showed their potential by exhibiting mid-season form both on the ground and in the air. The Hornet's air attack ace counted for 147 yards and two touchdown passes to Bill Kelso. Ion Skaug and Don Henderson contributed two and one touch- downs respectively. Standouts on defense were Bill Henderson. Elvin Basham, and Roy Palmer. Liberty Bluejay stopped by Hornet swarm. ELVIN BASHAM - Senior All State All District All Conference - 2 Years Co-Captain 2 Year Letterman N. K. C. A 26 De La Salle - O The first home game September 2l . . . The home crowd saw the Hornet eleven shut out a tough Cadet crew. Taking advantage of a Cadet fumble on the opening kickoff, Hornet Ion Skaug drove over for the first tally after only 8 plays. Striking twice in rapid succession on a three yard pass to Kelso in the end zone and a 39 jaunt by Henderson, the Hornets left the stunned Cadets 19-0 ,tv-""""-s at the half. Early in the third period haliback Iohn Tonge re- turned a Cadet punt 52 yards for the final Hornet tally. IOHN TONGE - - Senior All State All District All Conference Co-Captain 2 Year Letterman Hold it, Roy! l'm on your side! 1' 1 V 4 iii. 'I DON HENDERSON - Senior All District - Honorable Mention All Conference - Honorable Mention 2 Year Letterman ION SKAUG - Senior All District - Honorable Mention All Conference - 2 Years 2 Year Letterman Ion Skaug and a Southeast Knight find "It takes two to 'tangle'!" N. K. C. - 33 Liberty - U September 27, Home . . . The Liberty Blue lays be- came the third straight victim oi N. K. C. as Coach Galbraith's defensive unit turned in another oute standing performance. Hornet power was in full force as the score was 26-O at the half. Iohn Tonge's second quarter 56 yard punt return was the highlight ot the game and showed some sparkling deception on the part of Hobart Mason and a crucial block by Elvin Basham. Don Pyle took scoring honors with two touchdowns. Bill Kelso and Don Henderson boosted the score with short plunges. Hi! Ho! Silver! MIKE PIGLER - Senior All Conference 2 Year Letterman omsamanpnmmwnooswiinwmmn, .3,lel.m.m ,k.MQs..'m momm, cmow, .rmmti.tw.vmfQ ,:.,4mWee.s,1- . i 1. ur f-s.:mmm,,f1 mmiwwm.wslw.evm BOB REYNOLDS - Senior 2 Year Letterman 139 BILL HENDERSON f Senior All District - All Conference 2 Year Letterman RAYMOND ACER - Senior 2 Year Letterman Piglet says, "We've just begun to fight." N. K. C. - 20 SEDALIA - D October 8 . . . Northtown's already highly touted defense held a tough Sedalia crew scoreless for their fourth straight victory. Don Pyle set up the first Hornet T. D. when he intercepted a Sedalia pass and "bulled" his way to the one-foot line. Mike Pigler took it across on the next play. Don Hender- son scored Northtown's second touchdown in the last period after a 37 yard march. Not yet satisfied, the Hornet eleven tallied on a play from Pigler to Hancock to Tonge, who sped over unhindered. Basham's toe again came through for his second conversion. N. K. C. - 46 BENTON - O October 18 . . . A homecoming crowd of 4,500 saw the Hornets win no. 16 in conference play. Holding the opponents to 11 yards and gaining 265 on the ground, the Northtown crew beat Benton in every respect. Dave Mehner, sophomore halfback, took scoring honors with three touchdowns of 9, 5, and 1 yards. Other highlights of the game were Iohn Tonge's 62 yard punt return and Bill Kelso's 40 yard touchdown run after intercepting a Cardinal pass. Tonge also scored from 30 yards out at the beginning of the third period. Carson Black tallied the last T. D. in the final period. Well, now, shall I go over or under? LEWIS MYLAR -- Senior All Conference - 2 Year Letter- man ROY PALMER - Senior All Conference - 2 Year Letter- man "Would you please remove your finger from my eye?" lERRY HANCOCK - Senior All Conference - Honorable Mention 2 Year Letterman BILL KELSO A Senior All State - Honorable Mention All District All Conference 2 Year Letterman Zooooom ! N. K. c. - 46 Lafayette - o St. Ioseph, Nov. l . . . Depending on the passing of Mike Pigler and the receiving of Bill Kelso and Ierry Hancock. the Hornets amassed 151 yards rush- ing and 165 yards passing to bury Lafayette under their attack. Bill Kelso accounted for three T. D.'s on passes from Pigler. and Ierry Hancock added one of his own. Bill Henderson, senior tackle, also got into the act as he scooped up a Shamrock fumble and rolled 45 yards to score. Other scores were con- tributed by Don Henderson and Bob Reynolds. 'iii 2 ri RICHARD AGER -- junior All Conference l Year Letterman ION HUBBARD -- Senior All Conference 1 Year Letterman pf yt t ,. Hey! Hot potato! MIKE KIRKPATRICK - Iunior l Year Letterman TED PALASKA -- Iunior All Conference - 1 Year Letter- IHCXII Henderson humbled as Skaug 1 42 scampers. TOM WILLMAN - Iunior l Year Letterman N. K. C. - 25 CENTRAL - O November 8 . . . Northtowners saw the last home game end in triumph as the Hornets again blanked their opponents. Ion Skaug and Don Henderson figured importantly in the initial march with Hend- erson going over from four yards out. Iohn Tonge, Hornet halfback, scored the other three touchdowns on runs of 22 and 30 yards and a 32 yard pass from end Bill Kelso. The Northtown crew played its usualoutstanding defensive game in holding Central to a minus l8 yards. Bill Henderson, Elvin Basham, and Roy Palmer were stalwarts on the line. N. K. C. - 41 RAYTOWN - 7 Baytown. November 15 . . . Poweriul N. K. C. won its eighth straight game of the season as they show- ed their offensive and defensive prowess against the outplayed, Bluejays. The Hornets first score was accomplished on a beautiful pass from Pigler to Hancock to Tonge, who went the remaining distance. Tonge then tallied two more times on runs of l0 and 35 yards to bring the score at halftime 21-O. Dave Mehner scored early in the second half and Don Henderson made the final two touchdowns to end scoring for the victors. Elvin Basham effectively dis- played his talented toe in making 5 of 6 conversions. DON PYLE - Iunior All Conference - 1 Year Letter man HOBART MASON --e Iunior Year Letterman Well! Come on through! N. K. C. - 21 CHRISMAN -0 Independence, November 20 . . . The Hornets cli- maxed an undefeated season and advanced their winning streak to fifteen games and nine consecutive conference contests. N. K. C. backs had a hard time getting started, but finally a Tonge-to-Kelso pass covering 40 yards broke the ice. Elvin Basham. senior guard. scored the second T.D. as he recover- ed a Chrisman fumble and pounded 20 yards to cross the goal line standing up. Tonge tallied the third and final touchdown with a 35 yard jaunt. Basham converted three for three. BOB POPALISKY - Iunior DAVE MEHNER - Sophomore l Year Letterman . 1 Year Letterman Go, Iohn, Go! JPSKV gt Y FRANK PEAK BONNIE BEAM Conditional Lettermen .V -- ,, N , MA, ,,,. M dt ex. ,,,,.,...,., -f fr ff . . .t .nf .1 ef., .Q 1 f. Mr. A c, 4 i t ' 1 '15"irf'Q"E . N lf -sf 55914 7 in we -. ' . A .7111 , . R xx 5 1' N6 f ..i, l . Fifty, l 3. 12, ,L - N f X, es f-My of ff' ,, H aw.. gli-, 'fs S 5 " " Team ROW 1-Roy Speer. Earl Skidmore, Steve Richards, Coach Langley. Coach Pfaff, Al Montgomery, Roq Terrell, Steve O'Dell. ROW 2+Dave Golden, Larry Burghoff, Iohn Crebbs, Ron Wild, lim Stephenson, Gary Ten Eych. Gary Weissenbach, Pete Quatrochi, Bill Ronnie. ROW 3-Ron Wartick, Charles Peart, Ron Westfall, Tyrone Carson, I. C. Moore, Wes Nedblake, lim Volaski, Rich Parsons, lim Nichols, lim Neal. ROW 4-Larry Steenstry, Iohn Schroeder, Phil Cadwallader. Ierry Craig, Fred Spriester, Tom Moss, Iohn Green, Bud Birt, Rich Meer. ROW 5-Rich O'Dell, Larry Magee, Lon Payne, Ierry Mclntire. Iohn Robertson, Chris West, Don Kline, Bill Iennings. ROW 6-lim Rucker, Leland Eastbum, Stan Edwards, Bob Croy, Don Bradshaw. Everett McClain, Mark Westman, Fred Majors. Steve McCammon. ROW 7-Lynn Snowden, GarLMi1ton, Gene Oltman, Dave Wristen, Howard Bower, Eddie Burns. Ernie Ungnade. Marv Henthorne, Iohn Kiloh. tw fl, The band played. The crowd froze . . . and yelled. And the team won, the day we played Chrisman. 44 Basketball The ultimate goal with any team is to see them cesstul degree. Each has represented his school, grow and mature, both collectively and individually. community, and family in an increasingly desir These boys have fulfilled this goal to a highly suc- able fashion. MM nn- Coach Ferguson makes a pointed comment to B Team Coach, Mr. Odell. Varsity GAME SCORES Hogan Southwest St. Ioe Central Shawnee Mission William Chrisman Lafayette 55 Clinton 39 Lee's Summit 52 William Chrisman 55 Springfield Parkview 44 St. Ioe Central 59 K. C. Central 62 St. Ioe Benton 60 Northeast 64 Holden 42 Clinton 47 Warrensburg 53 St. Ioe Lafayette 53 Wyandotte 67 William Chrisman 49 Raytown 44 St. loe Central ROW 1-Coach Clark Ferguson: Hobart Mason: Richard Ager: larry Hancock: Troy McConnell: Manager, Alan Hurlbut. ROW 2-Bob Popalisky, Ion Hubbard. Ted Palaska, Bill Kelso, Ieit Loker, Bill Kaley. A f fv-f 11 A f-1 fr f-f- -f-' - - i 11- IERRY HANCOCK Senior 1 Year Letterman N. K. C. - 62 HOGAN - 25 December Z . . . Here The untried Hornet crew proved sharper than pre-season predic- tions by trouncing Hogan in the first round of the N. K. C. Invi- tation Tournament. Bill Kelso landed the scoring honors as the cagers easily downed their opposition. N. K. C. - 59 SOUTHWEST f 48 December 5 . . . Here Southwest became Northtown's second victim in the tourney. The aggressive Hornets played a fine game on defense with Hornet rebounding provided the winning factor. Bill Kelso was high point man with 25 points. N. K. C. 3 56 ST. IOE CENTRAL - 59 December 6 . . . Here The finals of the Invitational Tournament saw Northtown lose a heart-breaker to the Indians. The Hornets fell behind in the clos- ing minutes as St. Ice Central captured their first N. K. C. Tour- nament Championship. N. K. C. -- 53 SHAWNEE MISSION -- 46 December 13 . . . Here The Hornets played par-ball and still defeated a strong Shawnee Mission team. This was the first game ever won by N. K. C. against these opponents. Bill Kelso took scoring honors with 28 counters, and the Hornet cagers displayed some of their potential power. WA ,ti 2 ,B g ! XS ' fig? I Q ' . ,.' - ,gq y I Q 1' t...is'i iff I f". is I 'L-'IM my BILL KELSO Senior 3 Year Letterman 147 TROY MCCONNELL Senior 2 Year Letterman N. K. C. -- 61 WILLIAM CHRISMAN A 67 December 17 . . . I-Iere 148 LEE'S SUMMIT TOURNEY N. K. C. -- CLINTON - 48 December 27 . . . There The Clinton five cou1dn't offset the Hornets in scoring as the victors took their first round of the Holiday tourney. N. K. C. - 39 LEE'S SUMMIT f 40 December 28 . . . There The team's well-balanced attack disposed of Northtown's spirited resistance and gave the Tigers a final berth. .e. ttrs.. ,. 1 . 4 . 7 I Q. VViiiV .mVi g , - . I J :.L .LrV:A. ii J V. I A BILL KALEY Senior 2 Year Letterman L-ku I 'N ik ull' fi 6 Northtown suffered their first conference loss at the hands ol the Bears. The two K's, Bill Kaley and Bill Kelso, combined their talents to score over 40 points despite a 6 point win by William Chrisman. N. K. C. --- 41 LAFAYETTE W 36 December 20 . . . Here The Shamrocks caught a cold Northtown crew, but they couldn't cope with the powerful Hornets. Rebounding power again proved the deciding factor, as all around Hornet shooting power improved. 1 .RW he f .5 -. I - -:I-1 Vi , ' ' 'P' L., ' '-A .:. I, K7 ..., . . K f. ' l' :W 5 g. ' . " Q L :'fs7. i ' " X !i..?f-fig.-as .1Zf.?Qiv1ffl-k'1 - - 1 1 K . - I , , Qs we N. K. C. - 44 St, Ioe Central - 54 Ianuary 10 . . . There The Hornets suffered their second defeat in P. E. C. play by fall- ing prey to the Indians. The Hornets came to life in the final period but to no avail. Bill Kelso led N. K. C. with 19 points. N. K. C. - 59 K. C. Central - 40 Ianuary 18 . . . Here The N. K. C. caqers combined talents to hit GZW of their shots to down the Eagles. This victory constituted the Hornets' eighth vic- tory in over all play. is TED PALASKA Iunior 1 Year Letterman lON HUBBARD Senior l Year Letterman N. K. C. - 52 William Chrisman - 64 December 29 . . . There William Chrisman copped third place as they hit a good per- centage of their shots. The Northtown five were led in scoring by Bill Kelso. Hornet center. with 25 points. N. K. C. g 55 Springfield Parkview 4 44 lanuary 4 . . . Here The Hornet crew achieved victory over the Parkview live. Bill Kaley had a hot night. popping in eighteen points, while Bill Kelso was second in scoring with fourteen. 1 . . 4 .xx 'fx 4 CLINTON TOURNAMENT N. K. C. - 64 Holden - 31 Northtown established themselves in the first round of the Clinton Tourney. Building up a seven point half-time lead, the Hornets soon pulled out of distance in the third quarter. Bill Kelso led with 15 points. N. K. C. f 42 Clinton - 40 Northtown staved off a fourth quarter rally by a tough Clinton crew and went on to win this action-packed game and a berth for first place. Bill Kelso took honors with 21 points. N. K. C. --- 47 Warrensburg - 16 Warrensburg was never in contention with Northtown's powerful Hornets. Gaining a 12 point lead in the first quarter, N. K. C. pulled way out in front and gained the tourney crown. Hubbard scored 10 points to top scoring. IEFF LOKER Sophomore l Year Letterman HOBART MASON Iunior 1 Year Letterman N. K. C. - 62 St. Ioe Benton -A 41 Ianuary 24 . . . There Combined efforts constituted another victory for the Hornets as ill-lated Benton again proved easy competition. Exceptional of- fensive play bolstered by spectacular defense provided a third P. E. C. win. N. K. C. - 60 Northeast -- 42 February 3 . . . Here Making up a snowed-out game, Northtown showed their Inter- scholastic foe how we play the game on this side of the river. The Hornets displayed a balanced offense with Ion Hubbard shoving in 16 tallies to lead the scoring. N. K. C. - 53 St. Ioe Lafayette - 52 "'- February 14 . . . There Squeezing by on a 1 point verdict, the Hornets captured their 6th V' V' V .y-' win in conference play. Bill Kelso again took scoring honors with .V , ft V 19 points. A good all-round offensive by N. K, C. permitted the ' V v'C'O'Y' , f ' , W fe ..:: 9. r -:-' - 5' "" " - N. K. c. e sa wyarraana F 54 A t , eyyyy V . V V. - February 15 . . . There itsltt 1 if A well-balanced crew of Hornets came very close to defeating the A ,.VV,Vf second-rated team in the State of Kansas. N. K. C. maintained a . V At. if , V, constant lead until the last minute of play. Despite the score- V., V 1 ' :': board. the Hornets played one of the best games of the season. V IV.V,gZjV. at . A ff t RICHARD AGER A 2 if 2 M r Iunior ' - if - ' 1 Year Letterman -V BOB POPALISKY Iunior N. K. c. K- sv William cirriamarr 4 so 1 Yea' Le"e'm'm February 21 . . . Here Two stellar scoring duels highlighted the contest for second place in the P. E. C. Bill Ke1so's 32-point effort and good defense by Northtown's men offset William Chrisman's 35-point man, Bob N K C F 49 Baytown 3 40 Raine. ' ' ' February 22 . . . There After three quarters of heated playing, the Hornets put on a final period rally to down the Bluejays. N. K. C. led by Bill Kelso, who hit 2l points, brought their record to 15 wins and 6 losses. N. K. C. - 44 St. Ioe Central - 53 February 28 . . . Here Centra1's lndians captured their first conference crown in four years by defeating Northtown on the Hornet's Court. Superior height proved a major factor despite good defense play by N. K. C. 2 Statistician Alan Hurlbut and Manager Iim Heard check the varsity equipment. 2' rriy' ai E A 5 5 i' fkfx, ,Xe ,f t f t X , , 2 X Zi ll fl ki 4 Team t , R ,fi af Q, w I ,lt f 2 it '1 HOW 1-Steve Crain, Ricky Lee, Iohn Crebbs, Mark Weston, Arvel Mclntire, Everett McClain, Iim Heard. ROW 2-Richard Ballard Char wiss, Lynn Snowden, Iohn Kiloh, Don Henderson, Chris West, David Fulton, Bob Popaliskv, David Mehner, Ierry Varns K K K K K K K K K K K K K GAME SCORES Shawnee Mission William Chrisman Lafayette Benton St. Ioe Central K. C. Central St. Ioe Benton Northeast St. Ioe Lafayette Wyandotte William Chrisman Baytown St. Ioe Central 42 34 44 39 44 22 32 45 43 47 31 39 39 Ten teams, captained by Guy Rector, Ierry Haas, Ierry Van Horn, Ion Skaug, Holly Reeb, Roger Conway, Don Henderson, Bill Chastain, Iohn Stone, and Elvin Basham, each played a nine game sche- dule to round out an exciting intramural basketball season. Besides these upperclass teams, there were several underclass teams who also played. lntra-Murals 2? Q as l Ziff ff W Zfffw-2' 1 ,f ' ,ff I ,I 1 Y . a It I .F , . ' - f I 4 gnff AJ! l , x i 'J'17l." x J, ,Q fAb,1" ,"x'1t" fy V Af' 'ff g f -1 . 1. L .I C 1 ,. 12 " ' ' .f . . f U . x- .?"',Z-1, r W L" I, ,"' 5 K V In Hn,9 Uifyy -Wkwif 9 V W li ww ff 4+ few if .In I! ' u vf,Yf 4 PnX 9 td, ,. I U Gy '1 v A . . Q ii ' Viv M- lyj x'y1 1QPJlLwfi A sq' A ,JAf'gZV YWWW 0P73gJ 4,77 3 K' s- 4 H ' ' V U 41" ,JJ 5 -1 , ff -17K Aj ' W fi J 4 f I 452 ,Vf f f N, Af ,X V7 5 7fhT?mff'7?ZJ???d7?x Afwqf' 571QWZi5jvTjiQy ji! if ff M X if W f4',7 " "' "JfWa, fy a"2ZZ?f yyggf ?iCZZf744y5?4fZJ77 fyffff ,jf MWW , I, ,JW ff Y, ,MU 7X4 f4j,,f72f'f,Ij f fy ,fv ,wwf J" My Vi Hornets Nest Board of Control ROW 1-Ianice White, Charlene Quell. Nan Kavisic, lane Murphy, Iohn Stone. ROW 2-Bob Campbell, Mr. Dunlap, Ierry Hancock. Bob Popalisky, Gary McCrite, Ion Skaug. Bob Campbell, president of student council, acts as chairman of the Hornet's Nest Board of control, dances aiter the football and basketball games. Members are elected by the student council each whose main concerns are the handling and manage- year one person from each class is elected. ment of the Hornet's Nest and the scheduling of Student Council Student Council, made up of 31 students rep- resenting every class, is the student governing body of Northtown. The Counci1's duties are solving school problems and issuing charters for new organizations: and its activities for this year. included helping with the United Fund Campaign, sending delegates to the State convention, sponsoring the two foreign ex- change students, and helping with homecoming. The officers are Bob Campbell, president: Iohn Stone, vice- president: Iudy Bagley, secretary: Roger Conway, treasurer: and the sponsor is Mr. Pfaff. ROW l-Gary Leatherwood, Roger Conway, Iudy Bagley, Karen Moore, John Stone, Bob Campbell, Mr. Ptait. ROW 2-Phyllis Fortune, Becky Buchanan, Mary Spruytte, Ann Darling, Sandra Modes, Pat Adams, Lynn Snowden. BOB CAMPBELL President of Student Council IOHN STONE Vice-President ,ang .31 .ii WY: 'Y . Xi ROW 1--'Linda Keltner, Irmgard Hoenger, Nan Kavisic, Kay Andrews, Marilyn Whitlow, Iudy Yates, Marlene Brown, Dorothy Pool. ROW 2-Gunnar Arthursson, Les Tucker, Iohn Tonge, Gary McCrite, Richard Watkins, Mike Kirkpatrick, Ierry Curtis, Don Henderson, Bob Elliott. NOT PICTURED:-Dave Banner. L05 Interamericanos "Las Manos a traves la tronteraf' The purpose of Los Interamericanos, the club composed of Span- ish students, is to promote and further interest in Spanish speaking countries by bringing to students a practical knowledge of their people, language, and Quick! my pliers! customs. The officers are Marlene Brown, president: Barbara Manahan, vice-president: Ion Hubbard, treasurer: Beverly Balthasar, secretary, Sondra Campbell, historian. Eager fans gather around Ion Hubbard to sign up for a date. a Vie Francaise For the last two years the French Club has been sponsored by Miss Alice Glynos, the teacher of first and second year French. The object of the club is to promote interest in French both through the lang- uage and social activities. ln the bi-weekly meetings the members practice what they have learned about the French language and customs. There are sixty- eight members this year in La Vie Francaise. The officers are Mary Ketcham, president: IoAnna Hash, vice-president: Kathy Sowder, secretary, Pat Stevens, treasurer, Lucy Lair, historian: and lack Pitzer, par- liamentarian. Place your orders for French post cards here BOW 1-Sharon Steele, Carol Hershe, Carolyn Battagler, ludy Arnold, Marilyn lennings, Fritzi Skaggs, Sandra Shupik, Pattie Shipman Nada Sauer. ROW 2- Ed Peterman, Nancy Provost, Pat Shryack, lrmgard Hoenger. Iucly Bagley, Linda Daniels, Patty Harris, Sandra Carroll, Sandra Ross, Charmaine Cole. ROW 3-Ierry Rose, Dave Williams, Iim Sacamano, lack Evans, Carol Howard, Shirley Capps Iewel Forster, Becky Buchanan. Kaylinda Buchanan, Iudy Crawley. ROW 1-Miss Glynos, Mary Gibson, Lucy Lair, loanna Hash, Mary Ketcham, Pat Stevens, Kathy Sowder, Nancy Hedlund, Carolyn Allen Nancy Mauton. ROW 2-Marlene Brown, Elaine Ford, Cozette Chappell, Nancy Price, Terrie Thompson, Carol Peoples, Renee Chevalier Sheri Harper, Arlene Wood, Suzanne Vering, Anne Parker, Elaine Batty. ROW 3-Ruth Anne Iames, Saundra Wilson, Bette Buchanan Susan Sowder, Carol Sims, Betty Haynes, Barbara Beals, Ioan Lowrey, Charlene Hadley, Ianet McNutt, Karen Davis, Linda Spradlm wifi? Future Teachers of America Want to teach? It your answer is "yes" then the Amelia Keller Chapter ot Future Teachers is the club for you. The teachers- to-be devote their time to learning more about the teaching profession and preparing themselves to become teachers. The officers are president, Ruby Collins: vice-president, Iudi Edwards: secretary, Ona Swearingen: treasurer, Cozette Chappell: historian, Frances Dick: and the sponsor, Mrs. Shields. ROW 1-Ona Swearingen, Iudi Edwards, Ruby Collins, Cozette Chappell. Frances Dick, Mrs. Shields. ROW 2-Elaine Ford, Rosemary Lawrence, Charmaine Cole, Theresa Gabel, Iudy Waits, Lois Misner, Ioan Swentor, Ieanine Newland. ROW 3w-Susie Cloughley, Bette Buchanan, Alice Powell. Linda Spradlin, Denise Storck, Phyllis Brittain. Ianet Long, Barbara Long, Pat Meador. Karen Malmberg. i S Future Business Leaders Uf America ln its second year of existence at Northtown, the Future Business Leaders of America Club continues to supply valuable experiences, opportunities, and information of the business world, Students must have had at least one semester of a business course to be eligible. Officers are Pat Stewart, president: Dixie Williamson, vice-president: Donna Marshall, secre' tary: Kay Lanto, treasurer: and Iackie Morrow, reporter. The sponsor is Miss King. Q cor W XA ,X I ,-.uh-...mk ROW 1-Elaine Schaedler, Suzi Nielsen, Donna Marshall, Dixie Williamson, Pat Stewart, Kay Lanto, Miss King. ROW 2-Myrna Samp- bell, Pat Stanley, Iudy Monaghan, Ioyce Peters. Karen Marshall, Dona Letoski. Iackie Stull, Ieanette Matthys. ROW 3--ludy Swmdell, Iudy Porter, Pat Berry, Mary Lou Lacey, loy Walker, Pauline Graue, Marie Bugbee, Brenda Yinglinq, Linda Iohnson, Linda Guyer. 161 si.. Future Nurses' Club The Future Nurses' Club is an organization spon- sored by the school nurse, Mrs. Emily Beigel, to help encourage girls to enter health careers. Besides this ambitious program, the F. N. C. is a service club and works to promote community health. Following their theme for '57-'58 "Upon Hospital Hil1", the club ac- tively participated in the Open House tor the new N. K. C. Memorial Hospital by guiding the visitors through the building. The officers ot the club are Barbara Iaquiss, president: Iudy Koenig, vice-presi- dent: Kathie Waymarx, secretary: Mary Huston, treas- urer: lean Clark, recording secretary: Gail Lewis, historian. 2 4.,1s,. msn--1'-. qgfquggff. - , 355.5 .sfwwrefwmwu M ,.,. , ,, fiat fi . 1 - t. f 1 5 -r President Mary Ann Huesgen and fellow officers are formally installed. Future Home-makers of America Any high school girl who realizes the success of her future home and family depends largely upon the training and home economic education, is eligible to join F. H. A. The N. K. C. H. S. chapter strives to promote appreciation of the joys and satisfaction of homemaking, worthy home membership, democracy in home and community life, good home and family lile for all, international good will, development of creative leadership in home and com- munity life, wholesome individual and group recreation and in- terest in home economics. This year's club activities included movies, cake decorating, and cosmetic demonstrations, F. H. A. week, and a trip to the state convention at Iefferson City. ROW 1-Lois Bryant, Pat Iohnston, Donna Mclntyre, Karen Artley, Dorothy Miller, Marilyn Osborn, Shirley Purvis, Ioyce Davidson, Carole Bing. ROW 2-Pat McThompson, Linda Haverland, Gail Kimsey, Glenda Cooper, Grace Richardson, Wanda Sauer, Carol Emick, Terry Farley, Lou Workman, Sue Lawrence. ROW 3-Pat Shryack, Beverly Martin, Linda Keltner, Mary Yates, Kay Lanto, Genie Suess, Barbara Iaquiss, Pat Stewart, Bette Buchanan, Margaret Parish. l ROW l--Gwen Yates, Maxine Wible, Donna Wright, Linda Reynolds. Mary Ann Huesgen, President: loanne Young, Treasurer: Patricia Pitzer, Kathleen Eitel. Ianet Leming. ROW 2-Darlene Eberting, Patti Randazzo, Iudy Lakemper, Karla Anderson, Ianet Crabtree, Iudy Crouse, Carol Helm, Pat Oldham, Sharon Guion, Iudy Monaghan, Ieanne Fulk, Brenda Mynatt. ROW 3-Melba Scoville, Michele Reynolds, Iackie Witte, Helen Toalson, Pat Terherst. Nancy Crouse, Karolynn Carlton, Sharon Palone, Carolyn Roberson, Judy Woolery, Peggy Bing. as-ia. -wa- WX Tm tht? Radio Club Attention all "hams"! If you are interested in amateur radio, then this is the club for you. The Radio Club was formed to promote an interest in radio, and the licensed members are allowed to operate the club station W Zero AOQ. The officers are Tex Fry, president: Stuart Bowers, vice-president: Gunnar Arthursson, treasurer: and Barbara McCurdy, secretary. The sponsor is Mr. Galatas. ROW 1-Daniel Whitlow, Bob Boyles, limmy Lewis, Art Oqilvie, Iack Lewis, Glenn Greene, Ralph Warmack, Mr. Galatas. ROW 2--Larry St. Iohn, Don Rouse, Bill Dutton, Bill Early, Michael Francis, lack Buckland, Iack Peak, lack Williams, Carson Black. ROW 3fTom Brown, Iimmy Cline, Gunnar Arthursson. Stuart Bowers, Bob Campbell, Larry Arnett. Eagle, Keith Endsley. Tommy Thompson, Tom ln Ylln fl ROWI Roger Terrell, limmy Lewis, Art Ogrlvre, mn Nichols, Wayne Fullerton, Pat Thompson, Lindall Fisher. ROW 2--Patsy Nolte. David Bondurant, Wendell Billing- sley, Ronald Ramsey. Gary Kerr, Barbara Klemme, Iudy Brown, Mary Io Brown. ROW 3-Mr. Langley. Chris West, Charles Bingham, Iudy Kay Woolery, Carol Loop, Gail Knick, Mr. Calvert. Astronomy Club My Stars!! Yes, the Astronomy Club was formed to acquaint students with the fundament- als of Astronomy and the parts of the universe. This year is the club's first year of existence. It is under the sponsorship of Mr. Calvert and Mr. Langley. Using their own telescope, they meet every Tuesday night Cwhen the sky is clearl. U11 '-g,,',.,,,.- W3 Y' ROW 1-Ianice Peterson, Bill Early, Iimmy Lewis, Susan Roudebush, Nada Sauer, Daniel Whitlow, Roger Terrell Larry Arnett. ROW 2-Mr. Craig,-Warren Hauschild, Iohn Stone, Steve Crain, Keith Shelton, Ierry Rose, Kathy Sowder Mr. Arrington. ROW 3-Mr. Bollinger, Mike Ironsmith, Pat Roark, Iohn Linder, Ed Kagin, Richard Hunt, Iimmy Cline Mary Ketcham, Carson Black. 'Aw' Science Club 10 .... 9 .... 8 .... 7 .... 6 .... 5 .... 4 .... 3 .... 2 ..., 1 .... Pfft! Explorers and Sputniks were the causes that stimulated interest in form- ing a science club. Teachers cooperat- ing with students formed four branches, these are Science, Mr. Galatas and Mr. Mungerg Biology, Mr. Arrington, Chem- istry, Mr. Bollinger: Physics, Mr. Craig. The Science Club meets once a month, and the programs consist of reports and demonstrations by the various branch- es. This year's officers are Art Ogilvie, president: Ierry Van Horn, vice-presi- dent: ludy Hogue, secretary: Gunnar Arthursson, treasurer. ROW 1-Mr. Munger, Kay Drake, Barbara McCurdy, David Bondurant, Art Ogilvie, Jerry Van Horn, Gunnar Arthurs son, Iudy Hogue, Ioanna Hash, Dorothy Watts, Mr. Galatas. ROVV 2-Keith Dixon, Charles Bigham, Iohn Burke Ronald Oglesbee, Ronnie Rollins, Bruce Roberson. Richard Schmidt, Wendell Billingsley. lim Sacamano. 'KB .. ,A I ' x if Q 4 . X gt cm? F' 23 if gk Pep Squad The girls in purple and gold, the 92 members of Pep Squad. help create interest in the athletic activities of the school by always being on hand at the home games to support their team, as well as many of the away games. This year, as in the past, the members participated in charity drives for United Funds and March of Dimes. For money raising projects, the girls sold candy and also programs at all football games. The officers are president, Iudy Bagley: vice-president, Pat Adams: secretary, Linda Keltner: treasurer, Carolyn Allen: historian, Sallie Zajicg sergeant-at-arms, Sharon Smith: and the sponsor, Miss Thies. rmm' mmmmwxsnmmT:mammrMefw'wm.mwfL vf'-f Aww-M tw' rwwrwr fwwwgsrmv- S In 0 5 m , , . , r r f V fr 'tm :null u ,, ROW l--Mary Gibson, Sylvia Reed, Bonnie Bendure, Vicki Owen, Kona De Board, Ieanine Newland, Lila Evans, Barbara Dillingham, Lou Workman, Sandra Reynolds. ROW 2-Sue Watt, Iudy Foster. Erma Campbell, Sherry Collins, Nancy Baxter, Betty Peterson, Dixie Barnes, Evelyn Williams, Brenda Mynatt, Judy Ferry, Alice-Kay Gordon. ROW Sw-Linda Spencer, Mary Wheeler, Barbara King, Pat Burkard, Beverly Martin, Pat Ryan, Pat Barry, Ianet Crabtree, Karen Malmberg, Linda Haverland. Leveta Oberholser, Carol Thrasher. Block The Block N is a pep organization that performs card tricks at the football and basketball games. The club membership is open to any sophomore, junior. or senior girl who desires to join. They help to pro- mote school spirit and good sportsmanship. This year they are under the leadership oi the following oi- ficers: Kona DeBoard, president: Ieanine Newland, vice-president: Vicki Owen, secretary, Lila Evans, treasurer: Bonnie Bendure, sergeant-at-arms: Barbara Dillingham, historian. auf. ,1 -lf . ., Imposters The club for all future Sarah Bernhardts and Iohn Barrymores is called the Imposters. These are the people who are interested in dramatics and all the various jobs connected with it. To be eligible for membership, a stu- dent must participate in some way with the production oi one of the major plays presented during the year. This year's officers are presi dent, Tom Turner: vice-president, Roger Con way: secretary, Bobbie Montgomery: treasur er. Frances Dick: Ion Skaug, Sergeant-at-Arms and the sponsor, Miss Fulton. ROW 1-Brenda Mynatt. Leveta Oberholser, Bobbie Montgomery, ktoqer Conway, Tom Turner, jon Skaug, 1-'rances Dick Judy Brooks ROW 2-Sallie Zajic. Mary Ann Huesgen, Kathie Wayman, Suzanne Nielsen. Nan Kavisic. Sheri Harper. ludy Waits Miss Fulton ROW 3-Ed Kagin, Bob Barger, Iack Ruma, Bob Campbell, Tom Fisher. Michael Mead. Scott Michelson, Fred King, David Naylor 'Rig Q st? 5T' w-ze, R ROW 1-Leigh Anderson, Nancy Iaclrson, Mary Lou Lacey, Ona Swearingen. Cozette Chappell. Kay Kline, Marlene Brown Genie Suess Celia Karns. HOW 2-Holly Reeb, Don Lake, lim Reynolds, Bob Elliott, David St. Iohn, Kathy Sowder, Irmgard Hoenger Les Tucker Stuart Bowers, Iohn Stone. -i- Y-Teen Cabinet The Y-Teen cabinet is the governing body of the general Y-Teen organization, a school club af- filiated with the Community Y. Representatives are elected each year from each of the eight triangles. The cabinet plans and executes all the projects that the general organization sponsors. Among these pro- jects are a father-daughter chili supper, a mother- daughter tea, an annual dance, the publishing and selling of Buzz books, producing the variety show, holding Lenten services and presentation of a Christ- mas program. This year's officers are: Mary Ketcham, president: Kathy Sowder, vice-president: Linda Keltner, secretary: Marlene Brown, treasurer: Kathie Wayman, historian: and Miss Dorothy Hanlin, the sponsor. ROW l-Irmgard Hoenger, Kay Andrews, Linda Keltner, Marlene Brown, Kathie Wayman, Mary Ketchum, Kathy Sowder, Nan Kavisrc lane! Ellington. ROW Z-Beverly Balthasar, Kaylinda Buchana, Sharon Wheelock, Donna Mclntyre, Frances Dick. Tina Webb. SUSIE SOWGSI. Charlene Kalsu, Karen Moore. ROW 3wBette Buchanan, Cindy Hopkins, Iudy Swindell, Kay Lynne Borden, Iudy Koenig. COZGUG Chappell, Lois Meyer. Karen Brunner, Iudy Yates, lulie Nelson. U 1 t f Y? Hi-Y Hi Y is an organization affiliated with the North a trip to the University of Missouri to see the football Kansas City Community Y for high school boys. The game between Missouri and Kansas State. Motion purpose of the club is to build better citizens in our pictures on varied subjects, speakers, and discus- community. One of the activities this year included sions gave variety to their meetings. ROW 1-wLeigh Anderson, Bob Elliott. Les Tucker. Iohn Stone, lack Purdy. ROW 2-Dick Shearer, Tom Turner, Bob Garten, Gary Stubbs Ierry Rose. Gunnar Arthursson. Library Club Books! ! Books! ! Books! ! in proiessional library work, consists of the girls who work in the library and their sponsor, Miss Shryack. The library at Northtown is a busy place with This year's officers are Sandra Scobee, president: the circulation of approximately 2,500 books per Shirley Smith, vice-president: and Sandra Thompson, month. The Library Club, formed to stimulate interest secretary. ROW 1-Sue Acheson. Shirley Horner, Donna Bozarth. Sandra Thompson, Nancy Crouse, Rayna Adams, Miss Shryack. ROW 2-Susan Sowder, Marth McCall, Shirley Smith, Carol Sperry, Sandra Scobee, Walter Mynatt, Carol Dutton, Glenn Meyer. be Headache? Sore throat? Small cut or burn? One of the most active service or- ganizations in our school is the group known as the Nurses' Aides. If you've become ill at school you've no doubt met several of these girls in the Health Office. For their constant dependability and gen- tle service, students owe them much ap- preciation for a job well done. Nurses' Aides ROW 1-Phyllis Whiteside, Wanda Blackmore, Nancy Iackson. Iudy Koenig, Mary Huston, Mrs. Beigel. ROW 2-Gwendolyn Yates, Donna Wright, Sharon Lohnes, Cindy Hopkins, Barbara Iaquiss, lane Murphy. Mary Abbott. WW i HOW 1-Lewis Mylar, Bob Reynolds, Iohn Willman, Bill Henderson, Troy McConnell, Ion Skaug, Don Henderson, Gary Stubbs, Gary Siegrist. ROW 2eLarry Thomas, Elvin Basham, Iohn Tonge, Bill Kaley, Tim Bowman, Ierry Hancock. Ted Palaska, Hobart Mason, Roy Palmer, Don Wilson. NNY! "N" Club, composed of boys who have fulfilled the requirements necessary to obtain a letter in one of the school's four major or two minor sports, is sponsored by Mr. Galbraith and Mr. Ferguson. The purpose of the orqanization is to increase interest Club and promote sportsmanship in and outside athletics. The officers are president, Ion Skaugg vice-president, Don Henderson: secretary, Troy McConnell: sergeant at arms, Bill Henderson. ROW 1-Richard Ager, Bruce Roberson, Glenn Meyer, Frank Peak, Mike Kirkpatrick, Don Pyle, Bob Garten, Mike Pigler, Karl Morrow. ROW 2-Ion Hubbard, Bill Kelso, Mike Ironsmith, Pat Roark, Keith Endsley, Ierry Van Horn, Willard Stansbery, Bob Popalisky, Roy Dickey. 1qm , mai- -lu , 4 - - Athletically-inclined females are always eager to meet the requirements of Girls' Athletic Associa- tion. This club has as its purpose four major points: A. To stimulate interest in girls' athletics. B. To promote the spirit of fair play in sports as as well as in everyday life. C. To instill the ideals of health and cleanliness in each individual. D. To provide extra-curricular recreational activ- ities for all school girls. The four kinds of sports played during the year are hockey, basketball, volleyball, and softball. The oi- ficers are Nancy Hott, president: Dixie Williamson, vice-president: Mary Lee Miller, secretary: Ieanie Fudge, treasurer: Barbara Manahan, historian: Myrna Campbell, sports manager: and the sponsor, Miss Heisey. Girls' Athletic Association HOW 1-Cozette Chappell, Mary Spruytte, Nancy Hott. Dixie Williamson, Mary' Lee Miller. Myrna Campbell, Ioyce Peters, Nancy Iackson. ROW Z-Ona Swearingen, Linda Keltner, Vickie Owens, Pat McThompson, Marlene Brown, Annette Mason, loAnna Hash, Miss Helsy. Ieanine Newland. ROW 3-Bette Buchanan, Kay Lynne Bordon, Karen Anderson, Pat Shryack, Sallie Zajic. Irmgard Hoenger, Iudy Hogue, Bonnie Bendure, Iudy Porter, Pauline Graue. Quill and Scroll Quill and Scroll is a national honorary organi- zation for students making outstanding contributions on either the Purgold or Buzz staff. Too, the members must rank in the upper third of his class. Students ROW 1-'Miss Fulton, Sharon Steele, Cozette Chappell, Frances Hott, Mr. Leimkuhler. ROW 2-Irmgard Hoenger, Linda Keltner. Beverly Balthasar, Kathie Wayman, Mary Ketcham, Don Henderson. Kay Lanto, Sallie Zajic, Bill Chastain. Guy Rector, Alan Hurlbut, Dick, interested in journalism as a career were especially interested in getting on the staff of one of these organizations. Fred Hartman, Karen Davis, Lois Misner, Marlene Brown, Nancy Ona Swearingen, Rosemary Lawrence. Kay Drake, lack Reeves. ROW 3-Kathy Sowder, Alice Powell, Bette Buchanan, Pat Stewart. Iohn Tonge, Tom Turner. ational Honor Society The qualities of scholarship, leadership, service, and character of the students in the secondary schools serve as a basis for selecting seniors to membership into National Honor Society. The club's purpose is to promote these traits to all students. The National Honor Society sponsors a scholarship and the money is raised by the members during the year. Under the sponsorship of Miss Barnett and officers Cpresident, Marlene Brown: vice-president, Don Henderson, secretary, Barbara Manahan: treasurer, Art Ogilviegl the club became active in participating in school activities. ROW le-V Miss Barnett, Art Ogilvie, Marlene Brown, Don Henderson, Barbara Manahan. ROW ZvOna Swearingen, Renee Chevalier. Nancy Hedlund, Frances Dick, Cozy Chappell, Nancy Iackson, Lois Misner, Nancy Hott. Ioyce Peters. ROW 3-ludy Bagley, Cynthia Hopkins. Beverly Balthasar, Iudy Porter, Dorothy Kistner, Ioan Swentor, Brenda Yingling, Rosemary Lawrence, Celia Karns, Ieanette Matthys. ROW 4-Pat Adams, Kathy Sowder, Sallie Zajic. Bobbie Montgomery, Kay Lanto, Kathie Wayman, Linda Keltner, Lois Blakemore, Kay Lynne Borden, Kay Drake, Iudy Swindell. ROW 5fBill Chastain, Iohn Tonge, Iohn Linder, Ierry Haas, Kent McCall, Iohn Strain. Iack Reeves, Bob Whaley, Alice Powell, Pat Stewart, Bette Buchanan. Marv Ketcham. NOT PICTURED-Tom Turner. Tnhn gtnnn Tennis Fudge. 1 'S--J 5 ROW l-Sandra Shupik. Ioanna Hash, Tom Turner, Pat Shryack, Marie Bugbee, lack Lewis, Pat Thompson, Ernestine Kirk. ROW 2-Miss HGIG- PCINY Shlpman, Nancy Hedlund, Carol Scherfl, Charlene Hadley, Sandra Carrol. Mary Edna Wheeler, Ralph Warmack, lO9 Ellsworth. ROW 3-Kay Lantc Don Rouse, Brian Hobson. Edwin Kaain, Iim Tinney, Bill Chandler, Santo Smiraldo, lohn Stone, Mary Debate Club Ketcham. The Debate Club is an organization designed to develop interest in competitive speech activities. lt is composed of members of the debate class who have met the necessary requirements which are to accumulate 500 points in competitive debate. The officers are Tim Turner, president: Pat Shryack, vice- president: Iack Lewis, secretary: and Marie Bugbee, treasurer. , ational Forensic eague National Forensic League is a national organi- zation for the promotion and improvement of speak- ing and overall scholastic ability. To become a mem- ber, a high school student must have the required N. F. L. points and be approved by the other members of the club. Miss Hale serves as sponsor: and the ot- ficers are as follows: Marie Bugbee, president: Mary Ketcham, vice-president: Pat Shryack, secretary- treasurer. ROW l--Sandra Shupik. Ioanna Hash, Marie Bugbee, Kay Lanto, Pat Shryack, lack Lewis, Pat Thompson, Ernestine Kirk. ROW 2- Miss Hale, Patty Shipman, Nancy Hedlund, Carol Scherlf. Charlene Hadley, Sandra Carrol, Mary Edna Wheeler, Ralph Warmack, Ioe Ellsworth. ROW 3-Tom Turner, Don Rouse, Brian Hobson, Edwin Kagin, Iim Tinney, Bill Chandler, Santo Smiraldo, Iohn Stone, Mary Ketcham. air. Secretaries The duties of the student sec retaries working in the various- offices around school are many., They run errands, they file atv tendance records, they make appointments for students to see their counselors, they dispatch bulletins and anything else that can be of help to school secre- taries and teachers. ROW l-Glena Whaley, Pat Standley Nancy Iackson Ruby Collins Dick Shaw Carol Sims Iudy Waits ROW 2 Tma Webb Paulena Buck, Iackie Stull. Donna Marshall, Celia Karns Pat Iaynes Iudy Porter ROW 3 Glynda Ritter Susie Cloughley Frances Early Linda Daniels, Mary Lee Miller, Linda Zinn Bobbie Dale Montgomery Iudy Swmdell Sw V Y ilk l , A, X' l '.,' "fx ' .J . ' M :X V' f, '1,:' an fy t 'E . w i g" .95-,se u t E iid 4. ,if ,L 5' if If Q " 4 p, f 5 5 r 15 ,...5 f E 'YK tr if it hifi is t ttly lp ityt 1 - . ,. ' 5 H Qu ia? ,Jana .ft , 3 ' ' ' E i es k 93: t ,re - , , vigrx.. -,A .. - L.. ., or . V D 'X Q If n l ,- 3 sf .f .QQ Ianuary 20, 1958 Bulletin: "Blizzard conditions are expected in the greater Kansas City area today and tomorrow. Snow accumulation to approximately 14 inch- es." The weather forecasters weren't kidding either! There were mountains of snow to be shoveled and scraped from sidewalks all over town. Most of the Hornets didn't mind, however, because they were at home enjoying the vacaf tion from school. The Buzz Staff Y f Marlene Brown and Torn Turner, co-editors of the "Buzz", study the headline schedules before the copy goes to press. Kay Drake, Mary Io Dudgeon, and Cozette Chappell proofread the articles in hopes oi catching all those Copyreaders Kay Lanto, Mary Ketcham, Pat Stewart. and Ona Swearingen are busy at work looking for grammatical errors. little errors. Alan Hurlbut, Sallie Zajic, Kay Larito, Bill Chastain, Stuart Bowers, cmd the co-editors paste up the dummy. Here are some busy reporters Alice Powell, Sharon Steele, Fred King. David Walters, and Io Anna Reese hurriedly meeting a deadline, Co-editors ...,, ,.... M arlene Brown. Tom Turner Feature Editor .. ,, .,..,....., ., ,, ,,... ,. Kay Lanto Sports Editor ....., . . . , Alan Hurlbut Editor, Pages 6 and 7 ..... , .,... . Stuart Bowers Copy Readers .,..., ..,., P at Stewart, Ona Swearingen, Mary Ketcham Proof Readers .. ,. ,... ,, Kay Drake, Cozette Chappell Advertising Managers ,....... ,,,,,, , Bob Garten, lack Reeves Circulation Manager .,,. .. .. ,,.... . .,,. , , Bill Kelso Sponsor ...,.... . ., ,...,.,,.,,,.. ,..,. ,.,...,.. M iss Mildred Fulton Reporters ...,. ,. Lois Blakemore, Bill Chastain, Roger Conway, Mary Io Dudgeon, Fred King, Bob Elliott, Alice Powell, Io Anna Reese, Sharon Steele, David Walters, Sallie Zajic. l Bob Garten and lack Reeves are busily engaged in trying to keep the "Buzz" in circulation by sell- ing advertising. Roger Conway and Bill Kelso, circulation managers. being helped by reporter Bob Elliott, do their part in the publica- tion of the paper. 181 'erm ,, Purgold Staff Co-Editors Kathie Wayman, Don Henderson Photo Editor ,..,,,..,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A Stan Martin Coronation Ball Chairman .,..., Bette Buchanan Coronation Committee Irmgard Hoenger. Bobbi Montgomery, Guy Rector Make Up Editors .. . Kathy Sowder. Nancy Hott Senior Class Editors .....,...,,,,,...... Frances Dick, Lewis Mylar Underclassman Editors ..,...,,.... Iudy Swindell, Kay Lynne Borden Sports Editor ...... .......,.,.... I ohn 'Yonge Literary Editors ,,,,, ,,..., B arbara Manahan, Fred Hartman Faculty and Curriculum Editors ...,.... Beverly Balthasar, Rosemary Lawrence Contest Manager ,, ,,,, ,... Linda Keltner Organization Editors ,.,.,. .,...,,, I ohn Stone. Karen Davis Publicity Chairman ....,.. ..., I anet McNutt Typist ,,,. ,,,,,,.,,............ ...., I o y Walker Music Editor ,...,. ,,,,,, L ois Misner Photo Staff ,,,,.,. ...,. M arty McGowan Sponsor ,.,... ,,,.. M r. Leimkuhler or 1,5 1 Bette Buchanan Guy Rector. and Bobbi Montgomery begin work on the decorations for the Coronation Ball. Rosemary Lawrence Beverly Balthasar, and Lois Misner make plans for the curriculum section, scheduling pictures and assigning V' 4 Ioy Walker, Nancy Hott and Iudy Swindell play a matching game with pictures and names. 5 E, 21 Deadline nears as Lewis Mylar, lohn Tonge, and Fred Hartman compile the football and basketball ca statistics. Iohn Stone and Karen Davis look over a suggestion made by Kathy Sowder for the club section. ,W lrmqard Hoenger, Kay Lynne Borden, Linda Keltner. cmd Barbara Manahan and Frances Dick are Ianet McNutt are happy over the successful sale of the amused at some of the errors made on the 1958 Purgold. copy turned in by the copywriters. 183 wap.. X' v qigigill, We ...., L 4 Activities Here we is! Homecoming At Northtown The Hornets breathlessly awaited October 18, Homecoming Day, which started with a colorful pa- rade through town. The iiiteen candidates, with their escorts, waved at the spectators from their shiny convertibles. At the pep assembly following the parade, the seven iinalists were announced to the student body. Q ,mg f. rx., i n EX .. M x- 1 L qi g 1 0' ri 7' fl' 5' ia gf .3 -.. -Q, L, Er. if' if Coach Odell gets a pair oi shoes just his size as the 7 lucky charmers distribute the lucky charms. During the half-time ceremony of the game with St. Ioseph Benton, the exciting moment arrived when Miss Bobbie Montgomery was crowned Homecoming Queen ior 1957. A dance in honor of the queen and her attendants celebrated the victory and concluded the day. Turn oft the bubble machine. K it if N Golly, it's past my bedtime Gee, there's Mommy! Gee, everyone's looking cx! us. Don't cry on my shoulder. Hail. hail, the gcng's all here! 188 Out of the way, peasants, the Queen is coming! Her Majesty, the Queen! I957 Homecoming Queen Bobbie Montgomery 5349 Th e Queen 1 S ak Qbiofrl 0 Q96 Q91 Attendants 0'-I7 Yo 06,70 fe IOI6 few J' 12,00 km fi t SEVED Were. :Winger The Purgold Queen contest began November 27th when the seven candi- dates were notified of their selection by an all-school ballot. Later the girls and their managers were introduced at the Thanksgiving assembly. On December Sth the contest was concluded with Bette Buchanan as the top salesman. 5,94 ill? -t, tiff tt M 52 .gk xxx 1 V Zshi ,V Jr, K yu K Q K sw-"""""w K .mis - , Q 'V L' rf Jr . . 'V X gl... V . M A-WWW? if ,Y . ' is tt l A it st it Hey, want to buy a Purgold "What did you say your phone number is?' What an actress! She's known for a week who the Tina Webb and her manager, Bob Reynolds. Sallie Zajic and her manager, Lewis Mylar. Carolyn Allen and her manager, Tom Turner. ,,-M, .v- 1 Iudy Forbis and her manager, Ion Skaug fried!! .W . 5 f ' . 5. X K I Frances Dlck and her manager. Roger Conway. Ona Swearingen and her manager. Iohn Tonge. 194 Coronation Ball The iieldhouse was decorated with brilliant red candles cmd a peaceful snow scene at the Sth annual Coronation Ball, held December 22, 1957. The gala event, sponsored by the Purgold staff, was an exciting opener for the winter social season. Don Henderson. co-editor of the yearbook stall, crowned Bette Buchanan Queen of the 1958 Purgold. Bette's manager was Iohn Stone. The six attendants and their managers were Carolyn Allen and Tom Turner, Ona Swearingen and Iohn Tonge, Sallie Zajic and Lewis Mylar. Tina Webb and Bob Reynolds, Frances Dick and Roger Conway, Iudy Porbis and lon Skaug. From 9 to 12 amid the soft light from the candles and dreamy music supplied by Harlan Livingood and his band. over 250 couples helped celebrate Queen Bette's Coronation. l958 Purgold Queen Bette Buchanan pu rgfild Cai ovdxs okjo P960 i69C6S ID' a ROY rlfrllbe '13 'VGOWIJISFGU JZQZQQ 591232 Nm Francis Dick tries her hand at waiting tables ai the Football Banquet. Santa McCall makes an appearance at the G. A, A. dance. Gee, Groucho! where's your cigar? Now when you sell those, sonny, come back. We've lots more! Northtown visits Teentown .U -fu.. Y "ry-2,,. I -.Q--,, E The Faculty Band warms up for Q pep assembly. S 199 A , Y ,, ...-4 The Senior Class Begins The Dramatic Season With "Dino" Dmo ,....,. .,.,..., Bob Elliott Mr. Sheridan .,,.A. ..,.,, ,,,, T o m Turner Shirley Wallace Mr. Falcaro .,.... Mrs, Falcaro ..,,. Tony Falcaro Iackie .,..,,,,,,,,, Miss Haines .v.,. Danny ...,, Steve ,,., Sylvia .,,... Della ..., Pat ,.,,. Bea ,.........,,.,,,,. Mr. Mandel ,.,... Mrs. Mikula ..,.. First young girl Ona Swearingen Ed Kagin Kay Kline ....,. Scott Michelson Brenda Mynatt Sallie Zajic Iim Reynolds Rolly Reeb Iudy Brooks Sherry Harper Suzie Nielsen Celia Karnes ,.,.. John Stone Kathy Sowder Pat Spradlin Second young girl ,..,..,. Mary Lou Lacey Direction by Miss Mildred Fulton and Miss Norma Babcock. wissfif Shirley sits watching the gang as she waits, gif' hoping Dino will come to the dance. A ' 5 , Dino, returning from reform school, recalls his younger boyhood days. -mia in? ' S252 I J me f E . si Tony tries to convince his brother to join his gang. "The Silk Hats." 59 2i ' Me WALSWORTH Linmgmphea r. sam by iswonra Mm,,.. Starring Those Dramatic Geniuses, "The Seniors" As the expressions of the cast members indi- cate, the story ended happily. Dino's problems begin at home as he and his Dino, awkwardly but happily, enjoys his first dance. Mr. Sheridan tries to help Dino readjust to a new and better way of life. father fail to understand each other. I Mr. Kimber ..,.... THE Newton Fuller ....., Annabelle Fuller Madge Fuller Steve Eldridge ..... Katie .,....,,..,..,,. . Mrs. Douglas ..,. Clayton Evans .,,., Rena Leslie ....... Hester .......,... Raymond ......... Uncle Stanley Leggett Frazer .. Tommy Hughes Sue Barrington .,.., Miss Wilcox ,..... Mr. Prescott ......,..,..t..,.., "George CAST Bob Elliott Tom Turner Io Ann Snyder Elaine Batty Bill Snyder Irmgard Hoenger Mary Spruyette Ion Skaug Linda Keltner Ona Swearingen Iohn Erickson Iohn Stone Harlan Snodgrass Rolly Reeb Iudy Brooks Iudi Edwards Larry Thomas Director, Mildred Fulton ashington Slept Here"' The lynching will be between acts! Wind him up and let's see if he can walk. "Have You seen your dentist Iately?" 202 Wait till they tind out the old man hcrsn't a nickel! Little Raymond joins the club! All Aboard! Gravel. Mr. Fuller? One more lemonade and the place will REALLY be a mess! m as Iackie Cooper opens the United Funds Cam- paign in Kansas City with the aid ol our own lohn Cl Get Around Faster than My Brother? Erickson. Are you sure this is the right color? Bill Snyder panics the audience with a pantomime at the Dramatics' Classes assembly. 'fe' .4 .7 The Hornets "rip it upl' at the Sock Hop 1 ti' M. Charlene Shivers! V 4., 1 7 ,Q BMW flew fu, wi MMO QLL66 bpffftfxfzj , Www, of . WM ,iw CCWFMJ l 2 'pf Ai if ,4 C, ww ffMj7t,,vii, 1 ng. . AA, L! 67 A -Jae! 6009605 f A aw M MM AW 5? A ,Q M . 425 ffdfdffff- if-"fQM'6U I "1 JA446 Aff ' M5 fi'-5 -' ' U " 'Q W4W-'f"4'Zw M A ,Q ' ' 'mfqw Q my ff 7 W MM! Z M 7' 244,074 X407 M , ' ' . f .1 - fx.. , ' . ' w L, 11- M, - .Lei ,. - I 2.1 ' . ' V , -' :Q ?' -. -, , ,ff.wfP?'5 Ai' V ., Sk-fl, 3:3-"-'sf -41 f '- 1' H " " . 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