Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO)

 - Class of 1945

Page 1 of 136

 

Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO) online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1945 Edition, Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1945 Edition, Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1945 Edition, Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1945 Edition, Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1945 Edition, Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1945 Edition, Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1945 Edition, Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1945 Edition, Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1945 Edition, Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1945 Edition, Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1945 Edition, Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1945 Edition, Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 136 of the 1945 volume:

Y rm , N74 M.. YWA,d,i.,A,-...,-.,Y,,,,.-...........--.Nf -- Wmffjfifgf A 1 WWW QQPy WWWJNQS Qwfffydf W W M ww MW A . I, l Q 3 X yy - VX RM Q Y L' 'V """Tl" ZWWW WW .vQ,d9,4943 XQJKITKA W GQ 33W My Qfgkfwffifijy QW! QWKWQQJQMW MM!,j Wwfig MMM, Q Mgfyywg ggwfw if? Qifsiigqca-QGQQ4 wx 232 VF W I W WM X Jkgwfj 1 24 f-f1 - : 4 -.In V 1 . - r f -0 ' 6 1' ' JJ! E I U M ? l I ' I ZAIV WVU ' ' ' ,J r , K l 1" , ' f Q! 3,4 jg! t - . Elf. will r'f5.Jf'Vt.,f' fi I fs 1 K3 ' ff ' , . . ,.,..f5ffL+-HL.f'z,fQI Cimi fiJ"2l.f L.f3f7'9-Af'-ff5f'f-fvqi-f' "V 3 EU ?"s V r h ' "iw 'V if 4' 4 LQ' 2 , ,- fn, r,.,z 'Qf A, if f' ?"CZw"'f'.A1'ZL7f ,,ff'fZf'i,wdl.fm'?gQQ5l.f'L'-v!" LPM! ' C L VVCIJW' 5:99, ,. . --g, 1v+,A-g.,f1.f-k,,fg,m, ,'7f..2Q,' riff-W" f'f,::6f -f I,-J 1, , ,f Z 2 LL eww MG+S1GWf,m +I M W? J is Q' if W --X f , rv 2 2 ,. -fa 5 aff-fi'-:iv- fN"55v'4kw Y . 514'an-1-'f7'L,,,?F3f':yf'A1f?.q,Q.,,,f ,,a.. 'f"Nw1iAw :wi "' 9' V A 5' ,fl ' IF.: MJ L ,f 'YI' ,jr L, I, 1 L X 1? 1 R , . f At:j. -Nnf. ,. fQM-wdfl-fwiAf"- , lvb, .V,,2.-1x,Lw,XV',vi1j wiw fjlg? ' if Mi J ,'S.f,,.L1',5glgVy7flLJ .1 rv rQvf'1,.-l.1'f.w -bye!!! ,lg . F . K! , AW' -N. .. I' , H mfg-,,gQ ' A 5 -.,. f' -'X 4 tw' fx' 5 Elsie., X if N. -lf- ' 'ff'-6 715.21 gf: kli , , I by -if. I5I':,.5.1W,f5,A,,QjM'lw..v7 exist uvwf-S.,f i R 3 ND 2 I - fi 'J ,, ff54dQ..f,5 4 5 'Jn 5""'k-ei jk X"v"'a" 4 5 Y KVAQ, 1 MM.,-w,....f2q,. LQ 55,5 as 1 , WWMM Mx QWW' J? iw yffjggJW?'Wfff'x A 6 k NX V542 1 QQQYZQQQQ THE ff A Qi NQJJL-a0mASTEEafpQry X 945 of WW! W f I E 7 KW VW Wi? W wif W wmwwoms I www? AW rg . I 76M3Z??j'?JWfMM,f?Q,EQg M F' I' IIE fe I I Ecblqgk IM 'Ike I'LcfL'ew5XQ1 UIQ IIdfI.IfxQcUJk O III M I 52 ANSAS CITY, MISSOURI "All the worldis aistaigefgand we are standing in the Wings waitingifor our cues in the Drama of 1ife.7iBeiore we were ready for these parts, we studied and practiced at the Northeast Play House. Our training in the traditions of the theaterwas under the finest of dra- matic coaches. The period of learning was pleasant. p g i S a c g As an ,actor collects his clippings and press notices in a scrapbook, so we are recording here the delights of our ap- prenticeship..Youiare just in time to see us re-enact one of greatest perform- Northeast stage. lights dim, e iA steqeyctodaiygy il actors and th? tators eiikefarei moved by the pathos of this trerjicfdramag V i c ' e t Butiwe are looking for the time when theiwcurteini will fall upon this tragedy. Architects are even now designinigi a Wonderful theater: playwrights are cre- ating a tgloriousidramag and the actors are studying for the greatest parts in their careers. ' t o They l are 'preparing for c an play which will run forever on the world stage. Their rnasterpiece will be entitled, "World Peace." e To that production we dedicate this book. i if e i CQNTENT PRODUCERS .... . G . ,. . ' 9 FACULTY PICTURES ..... A, H' . . 1 ,I DIRECTORS ...... l .A .. .' . 1 'l STUDENT COUNCIL . 9.1 . . . - . PUBLICITY . . . I . . . . . ,' . If COURIER . . I 3 ..... . .. 0 NOR'EASTER Q . . . - . . .Q 22 STARS .... A . W . . -. 7 SENIORS ...... . . za CAST .... MA, QW. .. . X55 IUNIORS . . .1 , . . A. . . ss HOME ROOMS . . . . Xf . ss PROGRAM . . . . . . 70 ACTION . . . 71 SOCIETIES . . . 72 CLUBS . . '. . . 77 HONOR SOCIETIES . . 84 SPORTS . . . . as R. O. T. C. . . 99 DRAMATICS . 104 MUSIC . . . 105 BEHIND THE SCENES . . 105 DEPARTMENTS . . 114 INDEX . . . 119 AUTOGRAPHS . . 125 1 V THE NORTHEAST THEATER has been the scene of thirty-two outstanding productions With its marble steps and beautiful statuary, it is a fitting place for our debut upon the world stage. Mfjm W rw Q . M fwv ff, .af ' :r1cff., ,,,b Sow MQ. ,Q 1 fww MR. G. W. DAVIS MISS PENELOPE DOBYNS Vice Principal Counselor FACULTY 'i Mary M. Baxter Ruth E. Buchanan Thomas Ditmars Margaret I-'laqg Elizabeth Gregory Ethel Huit 12 Norma Beckman. Helen A. Case Agnes E. Engel Gladys Gaylord Augusta Gufler Edgar W. Jackson f J Gertrude Bell C. F. Bevans Maynor D. Brock Betty Brockhouse Violet M. Clausen Madalin Clough L. Harrison Cutting D. l.. Deniston Merle R. Engle Y. Lettie L. Evans I. E. Fate A. O. Fisher Phleta Gherrinq"RX.Isabel E. Gilmore Edith Grassley Margaret Green R. V. Harman ,Q '-Carl G. Hibbs Martha M. Heinrich Helen Hobbs - .9 ...i N. . ll MPI: . .9 xml? In Ti lil. XCQ FACULTY Mary R. Iacobson I. N. Iordan Anita Kalis Dora M. Knudtson Maude Mclilwain Grace Mapes E. A. Markey Audrey G. Miller Iames B. Moore Catherine Neumann Mabel A. Newitt Reeves E. Peters Martha Rouse W. H. Sears Sgt. LeRoy Sipes Frances H. Spencer Martha M. Wasson Nevin E. Wasson Winiired Weatherrnan Gertrude R. Weaver Arthur 0. Kresse Otto W, Kunz Charles H. Miller Hortense L. Miller L. A. Pinkney Leo I. Roedl Nellie A. Stewart Elizabeth Summers Allen T. Whisamore Sara A. P. Wolff Iosephine Woodward Irma Wright 13 THE NORTHEAST BRANCH OF THE KANSAS CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY 1103325 fX L ST f f up 0 I 8.9 Z U0ENfl'-7 ' Ti X ' 'Q ' 1 , XX f1VCL ' ff 0 I ' fj Hr . i , 1" ,.-' x - I .Ex lm WI U' I xx Y Q - Y . - 5 W.. I ff,- ff- ' 'fx V ,' ' 73, !TD gQ J XX 3 1 -,.x , ff " u, 15 ,.,.-15.-. ,,li . STUDENT COUNCIL - s - - J --X - --S' f N - -- Xe.. . X N 3 . sex be xr - .s . . W . -. ...Q , S' f , .1 if-. X r ' we S gLLx i 3 .f'iQ 5jj. my - f - . R ' ' Z - i- 4 a l s f a - J - L.. . 5. f.,.,.r 5' if ' ' ' so - , f f A J i , I a ..,, O Q. Y Y - ' VE:-J W I K x , U: lk. hai. . Sigh K, k L R... f - gig 56- li ' - -1 ga - ' X 1 as i ii Sin K- :5.:i..3:,:kQvj -L K A F - 5,1 ?g ,:E ?r,-fkisgi z-I-was i . :,. X .. L , ig E .X ,. .i f -ti . 'iw - - affi,.z.'fEx, -:- K- " 5 i if i A 2' 'J K I ' is :F J .3 l j.f.f' - X . jfs A , A - .f A i 1 1 - - 'x"' X2 - 92 . 2 P ' ' f M 1 ' -I--i is ' I 1 A -We W f1fff'.,s2iR ' --A- 1 5, - 55. ' ' I S J TOP ROW: Bob Anderson, Edward Arenson. Virginia Arney, Ethel Austin, Conley Baker. Buel Barnett, Betty Baucom, Bob Chartrand, Cloyd Chronister, Bill Coier, Myra Coleman, Caroline Crooks. THIRD ROW: Jolene Cross, Bill Cunningham, Don Eagle, Ruth Ellis, Shirley Feiser, Carl Haner, Freda I-larger, Wilma Hartman, Don Hobbs, Howard Hughes, Bob Iantsch, Gerald Kunz. SECOND ROW: Ruth MaGi1l. Nancy Marquis, Donn Martin, Bill McClelland, George McGinty, Mary Sue Meyers, Joanne Murphy, Betty Monroe, Shirley Piper, Janeece Prewitt, Helen Randolph, Frank Rickey. BOTTOM ROW: Phyllis Rusk, Theresa Saluzzi, Barbara Schumaker, Jack Sebring. Charles Staake, Dorothy Thomas, Margaret Weissbeck, John Witt, Frances Woodruff, Coleen Cone. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TOP ROW: Conley Baker, Bob Chartrand, Bill Cofer. Lane Merrill. FRONT ROW: George McGinty, Nancy Marquis, Wilma Hartman. COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN TOP ROW:'James Watt, Byron Gash, Charles Staake. Ruth MaGill. FRONT ROW: Tommy Barr. Ethel Austin. Gene Nitz. 16 STUDENT COUNCIL SECOND SEMESTER -ef. x 1 ' ' - 'I s -- . 1 '- f. Zi., ,. X. .7 f..-. f?"':'1 as . -it A -' K , I gg Q ' xi I y 1 . I ' M S .' ,- ' , , ., - ,. . ., - ' L - ,, -"- 2 . Y 1 5 .. Y . , X , T i it . , 23 ,K A 'RVN 3 it X if aiifilfzi ,rp I x.gAg- A. - I 1 - I . S- 1--'z . i se ' 59 ' 'B 1 4. -. -A , -"' ff FT -, -1 li' M. .ug - 1: 1 '- ' f-- K e ff' 'N V ri , f f '- e fa gy' . - 4 .,,' 1, -. if gtg. A 5, I , - .. .. I -- f fe f I I I Vx 5- -7 I T ff 'i 11 ' - 3" I 'it ' . ie I fl-fiifii -1 Q. .. S I 'K . . , rg - -ge ' in f A ,EEE. at . . - , . I f A A -- I S . - il - . t T . at 1 1 I . " i ,,, x 3 . 1 .. 1 K .,.. : s 1 -B Q we ' - .- Q- I z" " f ' ' "" ' 2 . . f - f I a N . . , '- gi- - '-gg. . ,gi 'X is ' My T, X X Q, 'gi 1 1 A s i s? I : - i s - Iw i . SS- 23 j , . S fe S 4 ' I X S f . S , ' ' . v S gpg, ' - ,. - S 1- sim :tw - Q F , I f T . ,L S in iff- Q X X 2 - . q - I ,: 5 S t - f iii X . . ' iff' f 3 . ' I S - it' Q. -. - ' -f 1 . ii . I ' , ,, . . . , . I , , .. I .... . rs, . S. t, , - , . . I ' :tile . X- , if - Q 1 -ff -- T' -'ii ii .. SL! ' 1 1 is .. K - f 2 - I . M ATOP ROW: Virginia Arney, Clarence Atkins, Buel Barnett, Lee Bridgewater. Bob Burke, Betty Lou Carlow, Glenn Collivner. Lyle Deniston, Eddie Edwards, Patty Lou Everitt. THIRD HOW: Henry.I-'riedman. Byron Gash, Kathleen Gash. Prank Gualtiere. Roberta Harris. Wilma Hartman. Marjorie Herle- man. Beverly Higgins. Peggy Irwin, Lawrence Lortscher. SECOND ROW: Shirley Mallen. Leroy Maynard. Lane Merrill, Billy Nichols, Charles Owen, Kathryn Paladino. Paul Parker, Beverly Patrick, Irene Pecoraro, Helen Peironnet. BOTTOM ROW: Virginia Planck, Cleo Reynolds. Edith Scardino, Pat Scott, Ima Mae Skinner, Charles Staake, Maxine Tubbesinq, Iames Watt. Gretchen Wolf. SECOND SEMESTER EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TOW ROW: Lawrence Lortscher, Charles Staake, Lane Merrill. FRONT ROW: Henry Friedman. Pat Scott, Clarence Atkins, Edith Scardino. COMMITTEE SPONSORS Mr. Roedl. Baxter. Miss Dobyns. BACK HOW: Miss Weaver, Miss H. Miller, Miss Mapes. BOTTOM ROW: Miss McElwain, Miss Wasson, Miss 17 D D'f7l HU U U KC! H H7 X55 Qggggz 16,6 X OURIER , X ,, STAFF Q X X QREASTER STAFF SNAPSHOTS O Z2-F QZNCQ U x FIRST SEMESTER COURIER STAFF BACK ROW: Bob Anderson, Charles Carpenter, Charles La Fevers, Fred De Hass, Louis Hanrion. Robert Clore. SECOND ROW: Kathleen Gash, Mayna Long, Barbara Ekstrum, Mary Stevens, Sylvia Marshall, Ierry Hopkins, Theodore Guinn. FRONT ROW: Charlotte Morris. Beverly Patrick, Marjorie Ross, Virxcie Ross, Betty Katzman, Peggy Bergin. Margaret Younkin. BARBARA EKSTRUM Editor in Chief First Semester BRIANNE LLOYD Editor in Chief Second Semester SECOND SEMESTER COURIER STAFF BACK ROW: Bob Chartrand, Ed Lee, Don Eagle, David Slusher, Don Hobbs, Harry Cloverdyke, lack McC1ary. Bill McClelland. THIRD ROW: Norma Metz, Pat Schmitt, Anna Marie Dee, Marjorie Lee. Polly Nan Awalt. LaVaughn Hall, Marjorie Green, Lois Stahl. SECOND ROW: Bettie Garrett. Laura Io Prather, Delores Weber, Doris Buxton, Barbara Bradley. Pat Scott, Betty Ann Melloway, Norma McMullen, Mr. Ditrnars. FRONT ROW: Brianne Lloyd. Dorothy Morris, Bill Cunningham, Iean Clark, Pat Chatman, Louise Stocks- dale, Doris Bruce, Lucy Cariddi. 20 NOR'EASTER COMMITTEES INDEX COMMITTEE I TOP ROW: Iohn Herbst, Sue Sheffield. BOTTOM ROW: Mitzi Wall, Shirley Mallen. Sylvia Mar- shall, Anna Marie Dee. BUSINESS COMMITTEE TOP HOW: Henry Friedman. Pat Schmitt. Polly Seward, David Barclay. BOTTOM ROW: Virginia Lanham, Jackie Elliott, Beverly Patrick, Shirley Beasley. Dorothy McA1eer, Lois Stahl. ART COMMITTEE TOP ROW: Paul Zimmerman. Marvin Wennerberg. Iack Banks. Byron Gash. Bill Petter. BOTTOM ROW: Joy LeShure, Margaret Lortscher, Carolyn Shoush, Frances Poslon, Helen Peironnet, Betty Ruth Elms. ADVISERS MR. HIBBS MR. JORDAN MR. KRESSE M'SS NEWITT MR. PINKNEY Photographer Co-Chairmen Art Advise: Photographer NOR'EASTER STAFF RUTH MaGILL. Editor in Chiet MARTHA MAHRLE MARY ANN WALKER DOLORES ANTRIM Associate Editor Co-Business Managers BE'1'I'Y ANN MELLOWAY Locals Editor BARBARA SCHUMAKER School-Lite Editor DORRIS GARRETT Senior Editor BILL CUNNINGI-IAM Iunior Editor BYRON GASH BILL FETTER Co-Art Editors CLARENCE ATKINS R.O.T.C. Editor MARIORY LEE Home-Room Editor HARLAN MILLER Boys' Sports Editor BE'I'1'IE GARRETT Girls' Sports Editor FRANCES WOODRUFF Instrumental Music Editor BOB CHARTRAND Vocal Music Editor IOHN HERBST Index Editor CAROLINE SHOUSH Chairman Art Committee BARBARA BRAMMER Bookkeeper DOROTHY ANDERSON Secretary 23 X - iw s: sig: , Q 3 M.. Q wg- 2,-Q A, '?"Y'F'91,X jig TZ LQ ffjig X 9 K Nx BALLQT-ADANE S, WiLL , PIQGDHECY SEKNIOWQ-10473 WCER3, L5 G25 ,af LX! :h Fifi A94 sEN1oRl OFFICERS LAWRENCE LORTSCHER Vice-president RUTH MAGILL Secretary NANCY MARQUIS Sergeant at Arms MR. PINKNEY Adviser BOB ANDERSON President HARLAN MILLER Giftorian MARY CAROLYN CRABB Treasurer ROMALA ROBINSON Reporter Bob Anderson. our class president, has shown remarkable leadership. not only as president ol the Student Council. but also on many other occasions, For us seniors he has set a perfect example ot responsibility, sincerity, and friendliness. Our popular vice-president. Lawrence Lortscher. is well known around Northeast because ol his many achieve- ments. His scholastic record. as well as his interesting and engaging personality. makes him deserving oi his office. Harlan Miller. giltorian, is best known tor his friendly nature, sunny disposition, and flashing smile. His accom- plishrnents vary from stall work to Hi-Y and other club activities. Our class secretary is Ruth MaGill. one oi the most versatile students our school has ever known. We are all familiar with Ruth's brilliant scholastic record. She has done Northeast great services through her work as editor in chief of the Nor'easter and the Courier. Besides being a friendly, popular girl. the class treasurer. Mary Carolyn Crabb. has done much toward helping us to succeed in charity drives and in various other school projects. Our pretty, competent sergeant at arms, Nancy Marquis, is known for her bronze curls and flashing green eyes. A capable. dependable girl, Nancy could always be found where there was activity. Reporter Romala Robinson has been first in everything during her high-school life. Northeast's most popular girl has proved that she has character and ability as well as beauty. 28 SENIOR BALLOT Boy and Girl Who Have Done Most tor Northeast Begg Gil-1 and Boy sgudems BOB ANDERSON MARY CAROLYN CRABB RUTH MAGILL LAWRENCE LORTSCHER 5 ' ,. - ..,. ,. -- E I ' X' ' Q -- . - f Qirsiw S1I'2,.l' q, +- 'I-1 -aI'Q 57- f'!7""" MON POPUIBX BOY and Gill Society Belle and Social Lion CHARLES BUSCHHORN ROMALA ROBINSON NANCY MARQUIS RICHARD ALLEN' Belt Boy and Girl Athletes Iolly Good Girl and Boy DONN MARTIN SHIRLEY HOFFMAN IERRY LOU HOPKINS HARLAN MILLER Best Actor and Actress Worst Girl I-'latteter and Best Boy Bluiier CONLEY BAKER DOROTHY THOMAS MARY ANN WALKER RUSSELL CAMPBELL 29 ANAWALT, BILL Anawalt's without a lault. ANDERSON, BOB He's our nominee for the periect Vi-King! Pres. Senior Class: Dramatic Club 4: Sports Ed. of Courier 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Debater 3, 4 Pres. 4: Lit gold medal 3: Second team toot' ball 3, First team 4: N Club 4: Spring Play 3 Student Council 4, Pres. 4, Representative All: City 4: Senior Ballot. ANDERSON, DOROTHY ELLENE How do you spell a long, low whistle? Business Mgr. Courier 3: Girl Reserves 2 3, 4: Sec. Nor'easter 4: Alpha 2, 3, 4: Hockey All-Star 2, Capt. 2. ANDERSON, MARGARET The gum shortage really hit her hard. ANDERSON, VIRGINIA MAY Lovely as the flowers she wears in her hair. Olympic Club, 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 4. ANGOTTI, ROBERT ls there anyone nicer? 30 ALBIN, IUANITA A real friend to all who know her. ALLEN. BETTY IEAN A small package-a lot oi lun! Olympic Club 2, 3, 4: Vice-pres. 3, 4: Girl Reserves 3. 4: Basketball All-Star 2, 3, 4, Cap- tain 2, 4: Volleyball All-Star 2, 3: Baseball All-Star 2, 3: Hockey All-Star 2. 3. ALLEN. DAVID L. A man of good merit and sterling 'char- acter. Viking Varieties cast 4. ALLEN, RICHARD "Put's" a social lion and how he can roar! Safety Pins 2: I-li-Y 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2: R.O.T.C. Capt. 4: Color Guard 3, 4, Leader 4: Officers' Club 4: Com. Crack Co. 4: Debate: 2, 3, 4: First Football Team 4: First Basketball Team 4: Mgr. Track Team 4: N Club 4: Student Council 4: Senior Ballot. ALLINDER, MARIE There are smiles that make us happy. ALLRED, ALMA MAE She believes in being seen but not heard. A Cappella 3. 4: Delta 2, 3: Viking Var- ieties cast 4: Glee Club 2. ANGOTTI, GLORIA lust an all-around. nice gal. ANTRIM, DOLORES Glamour personified. Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Nor'easter Business Mgr. 4: Alpha 2, 3, 4: Volleyball All-Star 3. ARENSON. BETTY JEAN Brilliance becomes her. Olympic Club 2: Volleyball All-Star 4: Swimming All-Star 3. ARTHUR, MARY A winner oi friends. Art I-Sonor Society 2: Delta, 3, 4: Viking Varieties cast . ATKINS, CLARENCE EUGENE He "maiors" all our hearts. Sgt.-at-Arms Iunior Class: Rifle Club 2: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2, Vice-pres. 4: R.O.T.C. Ed. Nor'easter 4: R.O.T.C. Major 4: Rifle Team 4: Individual Drill 2: Crack Plt. 2, 3: Crack Co. 2. 3: Debater 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3. Vice-pres., Sec. 4: Student Council 3, 4, Sec., Vice-pres. 4: Viking Varieties cast 2. - ATKINSON, PATRICIA Our beautiful, vivacious blonde. Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Circulation Ed. Courier 3. AUSTIN, ETI-IEL CLAIRE Beauty, talent. charm galore. Girl Reserves 3, 4: Dance Band 3: Orchestra 2: A Cappella 3: Solo Contest 3: Delta 4: Student Coun- cil 4: Viking Varieties cast 2, 3, 4. BAKER, CONLEY A "Baker" any girl would love to have around. Dramatic Club 4, Vice-pres. 4: H1-Y 2. 3. 4. Vice-pres. 4: R.O.T.C. lst Lt. 4: Crack Co. 3: Crack Plt. 3: Rifle Team 4: Rifle Club 2: Ben- ton 4, Vice-pres. 4: Spring Play 4: Stage Crew 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4: Representative All- City Student Council 4: Senior Ballot. BALLARD, ANN A pretty girl is like a melody. Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: A Cappella 2, 3, 4: Solo Contest 2, 3, 4, Winner 2: Theta 2, 3, Sec. 3: Viking Varieties cast 2, 4. BARBER, RUTH Sho can trim you down. BARNARD, LOCKE WILLIAM Sleepy Bill. BARNES, FRANK Naturally nice. BECKNER. FRANCES ELIZABETH Pleasant and willing to please. Band 3, 4. BERGIN. PEGGY She's plenty sweet, as you can see, And there's no dummy on her knee. Circulation Mgr. Courier 4. BETZ, PATRICIA Meeting her is liking her. Mailing Mgr. Courier 4. BISHOP, MARY Friendliness is her basis for success. Olympic Club 2. BLACK, CHARLES I-'ox' he's a iolly good fellow, which nobody can deny. ' Orchistra 3: A Cappella 4: Viking Varieties Cast . BLAKE, DALE C. There's something about this soldier that is fine. fine. fine. Art Club 3: H.O.T.C. lst Sgt. 4. BARNES, MARY LOUISE Mary Lou with eyes of blue. Theta 2. 3. BARNETT, BUEL WALTER How the girls drool over Buell Art Contest 4: Hi-Y 4: Orchestra 2, 4: Solo Contest 3: R.O.T.C. Capt. 4: Crack Sqd. 2: Crack Plt. 2: Crack Co. Z: Rifle Team 2, 3, 4. Capt. 4, Rifle Inst. 4: Debater 4: Swimming Team 4: Student Council 3, 4: Viking Var- ieties cast 4. BAS!-IAM, CLAYTON Sincere and friendly. A Cappella 4: Viking Varieties cast 4. BAUCOM, BETTY Lots of laughs and iull of lun But her heart belongs to only one. BEARY, IACK A tall. qood-looking chap. BEASLEY. SHIRLEY Vim, vigor. and vitality. Olympic Club 4: Girl Reserves Z, 3, 4: Nor'easter Business Staff 4: Alpha 3, 4: Viking Varieties cast 4. 31 BRAMMER. BARBARA It beauty were the key to success, Barbara would hold the key. Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Sec.-Bookkeeper Nor'easter 4: Clio 3. 4: Student Council 2. BRANTLEY. ORP!-IA Small. but her beauty is dynamic. BRESEL, FLORENCE Pretty eyes, shining hair. artistic talent, too. Art Contest 4: Olympic Club 3, 4-. BREWER, IEAN Not one thing mean to say about Ioan. BBIDGEWATER. LEE As handsome as they come! Debater 2: Football Second Team 3, First Team 4: Track Team 4: N Club 4: Student Council 4. BRISCOE, SAMUEL "Whistling Sam. the good humor man." 32 BLY. NEVA Sweet and shy. she can get any guy. BOLING, ELLEN "Boling" is a swell sport. , Girl Resezves Z: Student Council 2, 4. BOUYEAR. LURA A rosy-cheelred lass. BOWSER. HARLAN EUGENE He really rates high with everyone. Printers' Club 4, Pres. 4: I-li-Y 4: Swimming Team 4: N Club 4. BRADLEY. BARBARA CORRINNE We reier to her gladly Because she's a Bradley. Latin Club 2: Girl Reserves 2, 3: Delta 3, 4. BRADLEY. NED B. A blue-eyed xheik, Neither bashiul nor meek. Hi-Y 3. 4: Band 2, 3, 4, Student Director 4: A Cappella 3. 4. Pres. 4: Benton 3: Viking Varieties cast 4. BROWN. ROBERT You'l1 never tind a frown On the face ot Bob Brown. . Art Honor Society 3. 4: Art Club 2, 3, 4: Debater 4. BROWN, DON Another Don luan-but nice! Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: A Cappella 4: R.O.T.C. Sgt. 4: Rifle Club 2: Crack Co. 2, 3: Crack Plt. 3: De- bater 3. 4: Viking Varieties cast 4. BRUNWORTH. WALLACE That 1945 rarity-a gentleman. Track Team 4: Stage Crew 2. BUCHANAN. ROBERT His pals all say. "He's strictly o.k." R.O.T.C. Pic. 4: Student Council 2. BUFFA. IOSEPH Always the lite ol every party. Student Council 2. BUKATY. STANLEY MIKE The girls all sigh when Bukaty walks by. Second Football Team 2. BUSCHHORN. CHARLES W. Charming dimples, sunny grin, athletic prowess, ICO. Second Football Team 2: First Team 3, 4, Capt. 4: First Football All-City Team 4: Mgr. Track Team 4: N Club, 3, 4: Senior Ballot. CAMPBELL, FRANCES ALVERA She's Ross's "Case." Dramatic Club 4: Spring Play 4. CAMPBELL, RUSSELL N. Van Iohnson has nothing on him. Debater 3: Hi-Y 3, 4: A Cappella 4: Sec- ond Foothall Team 3: Second Basketball Team 3: N Club 3, 4: Student Council 3. 4, All-City Representative 3: Senior Ballot. CANALEO. CARLO li silence were golden, he'd be a brass band. CARLO, BETTY LOU Iovial Betty Lou Is never really blue. Art Club 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3. 4: A Cappella 4: Student Council 2. 4: Viking Varieties cast 4. CARPENTER, CHARLES He builds a finer reputation day by day. Printers' Club 4: R.O.T.C. Statt Sgt. 4. CHEVLIN, KAY Attractive and o-Kay! CLORE, ROBERT LEE A good dancer-a swell fellow. A Cappella 3, 4: Benton 2. 3. 4: Viking Var- ieties cast 4. COEN, MARYAN RAY A charming girl 'with musical talent. Olympic Club 2, 3. Sec. 3: A Cappella 3, 4: Delta 3. 4: All-Star Hockey 2: All-Star Basketball 2: All-Star Baseball Z: Viking Varieties cast 3, 4. COFEH, ROBERT WILLIAM We "go ter" Cofer. l-li-Y 4: A Cappella 3: Solo Contest 3, 4: R.O.T.C. lst Lt. 4: Crack Sqd. 3: Crack Plt. 3: Crack Co. 3: Rifle Team 4: Benton 3. 4. Pres. 4: Student Council 4 Second Vice-pres. 4: Viking Varieties cast 3, 4, M. C. 4. COLE, SARAH LEE A silver lining to many clouds. Printers' Club 2: Olympic Club 3. 4: Girl Re- serves 4: A Cappella 4: Viking Varieties cast 4. COLEMAN, LOTTIE MARIE Nice, precise, and efficient. CARSWELI., BEDA MAE Etticient and poised. Girl Reserves 2: Theta Z, 3, 4. CASE, ROSS We hate to lose this "Case." Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: Benton 2, 3, 4. CESSOR, IACQUELINE IANE A loyal little friend. Printers' Club 4: Girl Reserves 2. CHALMERS, IACK A dynamic personality. Mgr. Football 3. 4: Track Team 4: N Club 3. 4. CHARTRAND, ROBERT I.. He loves to harmonize. l-Ii-Y 2. 3. 4. Treas. 3. Sec. 3, Sec.-Treas. 4, Pres. 4: A Cappella 4: Solo Contest 4: Vocal ' Music Editor Nor'easter 4: R.O.T.C. Staff Sgt. 4: Crack Sqd. 2: Crack Plt. 2: Crack Co. 2: Rifle Club 2: Debater 2. 3, 4. Sec. 4. Pres. 4: Student Council 4: Viking Varieties cast 4: Student Council Senior Class Representative 4. CHATMAN, PATRICIA Pretty and demure, with lots ot allure. Second Page Ed. Courier 4: Girl Reserves 2: A Cappella 4: Solo Contest 4: Viking Varieties cast 4. 33 CRITCHER. PAYE ALAINE Our answer to Alice Faye. Qlyinpic Club 4: Girl Reserves 4: Student Coun- cx . CULP. ELLYN LOUISE Her heart belongs to the Navy. Olympic Club 3: All-Star Basketball 3: All-Star Volleyball 3. DALTON. W. EVERETT He makes them swoon. DALY, BETTY EILENE Pretty hair and flashing eyes, That's how she gets al the guys. Olympic Club 2, Sec., Treas.: Girl Reserves 2: All- Star Volleyball 2. DALY. BILL E. He'll never be without a friend. R.O.T.C. Cpl. 3. D'ANGELO. NORMAN He will conquer your heart. 34 CCNA. DOMENIC A. A riot of iun. A Cappella 4: Viking Varieties 4. CONNER. IEROLD Nice wavy hair: nice sunny smile. COOK, RICHARD ALLEN He has sincerity and honesty and disposi- tion sweet. Hi-Y 3, 4: R.O.T.C. lst Lt. 4: Benton 2, 3. 4, Treas. 3. Vice-pres. 4. COOPER, WILLIAM IE!-'PERSON His wit and sense oi humor win him many friends. COURTER. BEVERLY JEAN You stepped out oi a dream. Girl Reserves 3. CRABB, MARY CAROLYN She came, she saw. she conquered. Treas. Senior Class 4: Dramatic Club 3: Spanish Club 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Alpha Z, 3, 4. Pres. 4: Student Council 2. 3: Viking Varieties M. C. 4: Hundred Girls' Organization 4: Senior Ballot. DANNER. HAVER A iolly good friend. Second Football Team 3: First Team 4: N Club 4. DARLING. SHIRLEY IEAN She's "surely darling!" All-Star Baseball 3. DAVIDSON. MARIE Radiant beauty: bubbling energy. DAVIDSON. MARY DEAN She's always smiling, Her ways are beguiling. Girl Reserves 2, 3. 4: A Cappella 4. DAVIS. DAVID CLIFFORD His nature is romantic . A Cappella 3, 4: R.O.T.C. Cpl. 4: Viking Var- ieties cast 4. DAVIS. VIRGINIA "Sweet and Lovely." Dramatic Club 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Alpha 4: Spring Play 4. DEAN. DOROTHY Dorothy Dean, a sleek Vi-Queen. Olympic Club 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 2. 3, 4: Bas- ketball All-Star 2, 3: Volleyball All-Star 2, 3: Student Council 4. DeHARD'l'. IACK "De Hardt" ol "de" school. DeNA'l'O. ROSE MARIE Flashing dark eyes: a quick, sweet smile. Advt. Mgr. Courier 3: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Theta 2. 3. 4, Sec. 4. DIAMOND, MARY LU She's certified perfect, too. Spanish Club 4: Girl Reserves 2. 3, 4: Nor'easter Business Staff 4: Alpha 2, 3, 4. Sec. 4: Hundred Girls' Organization 2. 3, 4. DICAPO. VICTOR FRANCIS Tliey'll never veto Vito. Benton 2, 3. DINWXDDIE, EDDIE I! love's a riddle. he's the answer. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-pres. 3: Cheerleader 3, 4: Vice-pres. Iunior Class: Student Council E 2, 3. 4: Viking Varieties cast 3, 4. 3 QQ r ,, , r J as ss- ,ft W... x f l ENGLAND. DONALD There'll always be an "England." Art Honor Society 2, 3. 4: Art Contest 3: Art Club 3: Nor'easter Art Com. 2: Benton 2: Viking Var- ieties cast 2. , BPPERSON, HORACE A little guy, but worth a sigh. Hi-Y 2. 3: Band 2, 3, 4. ISPANOSA. MARIE Nice and neat: she can't be beat. EVANS. MARY BELLE Always a Iiendish idea-but we love her. Dramatic Club 4: Girl Reserves 4: Basketball All- Star 3: Spring Play 4. EVERITT. PATTY LOU She has beauty, charm, brains, personality. and most of all. friendliness. Girl Reserves 2. 3, 4: Theta 3, 4. Pres. 4: Vol- leyball All-Star 4: Student Council 4. FEASEL. BETTY IEAN Athletic minded. Solo Contest 2. DOWNING. ELLA MAXINE An actress at heart. Dramatic Club 3. 4: Girl Reserves 3, 4: Delta, 3, 4, Second Vice-pres. 4: Spring Play 4. EAGER, MYRTLE IANE "Eager" to please. EAGILE. DoN They'll never give him the bird. R.O.T.C. Ed. Courier 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: R.O.'l'.C. lst Lt. 4: Crack Plt 3: Crack Co. 3: Benton 2, 3, 4. Treas. 4. Pres. 4: Student Council 4. ' ECKARD. THELMA LORAINE Charminqly petite. manner sweet. Printers' Club 4. ELLIOTT. IACQUELINE Pretty. witty, and popular. Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Vice-pres. 4: Nor'easter Business Staii 4: Alpha 3. 4. Treas. 4: Viking Varieties Student Mgr. 4. ELLIS, AUSTIN Good sense and a good nature are never separated. geniton 4: Band 2, 3, 4: R.O.T.C. Pic. 2, V w 35 FORESTIER, HELEN She smiled and the shadows departed. FOWLER, NORENE She is pretty to walk with, witty to talk with. and pleasant to think ot. too. FRASER. ROBERTA A maiden calm and pure and iair. Girl Reserves 3: Delta 4. FROGGE, LLOYD Happy am I: from care am I tree. PUGATE, DONIS It her iace is her fortune. she'll never see the poor house. GABLE. EVELYN RUTH Heard melodies are sweet. but those un- heard are sweeter. 36 FEISER, SHIRLEY The original "Folly Dolly." Printers' Club 4: A Cappella 4: Solo Contest 2. 3: Student Council 4: Viking Varieties cast 4. FELLERS. ROBERTA MARTHA Come on, "I-'ellers." FETTER, BILL - Witty Willy. Art Honor Society 2, 3: Poster Contest 2: Art Contest 2, 3, 4: Art Club 2, 3, 4: Pres. 4: Nor'easter Art Stait 3, Art Ed. 4: R.O.T.C. lst Lt. 4: Debater 2. 3. 4, Treas. 3: Viking Varieties cast 2. 3: Third Prize V.F.W. Poster Contest 4. FINTER. DOHTI-IEA MAE A charming young lady. y Girl Reserves 2, 3: A Cappella 2, 3, 4: Viking Var- ieties cast 4. FITZGERALD, EILEEN The boys lean toward Eileen. FONCK. ROWENA A wonderful little gal. She'll alwaysvbe your pal. GALLAGHER. DONNA Her charm is in her sweet, shy manner. GALATIN. DORIS She doesn't mean that sneer: She's really quite a dear. GANT. IACK More lun than a Hope show. GARRETT. BETTIE Beauty and vitality, Charm and personality. Home Room Ed. Courier 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Nor'easter Girls' Sports Ed. 4: Delta 3, 4, Vice-pres. 4. Pres. 4: Student Council Z. 3. GARRETT, DORRIS Titian time bomb. Girl Reserves 4: Senior Ed. Nor'easter 4: Alpha 2, 3, 4, Vice-pres. 4, Gold Medal Lit 3: Second place Sons of Revolution Essay Contest 4. GASH. KATHLEEN At Northeast she made quite a splash- did Gash. First Page Ed. Courier 4: Girl Reserves 2. 3, 4: Alpha 2, 3, 4. GATHRIGHT, BONNIE CLARICE A pretty Vi-Queen. sedate and serene. GEAMES. FRANCES She's not partial, she winks at all the boys. GEAMES, RICHARD H. A charming guy, with twinkling eye. GEE. LEONARD EUGENE "Gee," he's great. Hi-Y 4. ' GEORGE, NAOMI ELEANOR Beauty and brains do go together. Band 2, 3, 4: A Cappella Z. 3. 4. GIOIA. JOHN lust a swell "Iohn." 1 GUALTIER, FRANK His smile makes 'em swoon. too. Student Council 4. GUENTEI.. VIRGINIA Sweet and gentle. GUINN. THEODORA She iiddles like mad-but good. GUTHRIE. DON A regular Don Iuan. Band 2, 3. 4: R.O.T.C. lst Sgt. 4: Crack Plt. 2, Crack Co. 2. 3: Crack Sqd. 35 Student Council 2. GUYETT. GLENN Oh what a riot is Guyett! Art Honor Society 2. 3, 4: Art Contest 3, Hi-Y 4: B..O.T.C. Pic. 4: Benton 3. HAGERTY. JUDY Charm and style plus. Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Alpha 2. 3, 4. Sec. GLASGOW. GLENN Our chemical genius. RJ R.O.T.C. Cpl. 4: Debate! 2, 3. GORMAN. CARI. RAY A gentleman in every respect. GRAY, GLORIA IOYCE Doesn't say much, but her eyes make conversation. Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4. GREENWOOD, EMMA IEAN Pretty, peppy, and piquant. Girl Reserves 4: Theta 2. 3, 4, Pres. 4. GREER. CHARLEEN IUNE Winsome Charleen Greer Makes friendship her career. Girl Reserves 3: Theta 4. GRUNEH. GERALD A. One ot Northeasfs "nice guys." R.O.T.C. Cpl. 4: Crack Co. 2. 3. 37 HANRION. LOUIS A cynical fellow But really quite mellow. R.O.T.C. lst Lt. 4. HARDER. DAN Everyone is a Ian OI nice fellow, Dan. R.O.T.C. Sgt. 4: Crack Co. Z. 4. HARRIS. ROBERTA LOIS Getting smarter is her hobby. She's no dummy is our Bobby. Spanish Club 2: Seal Club 4: Girl Reserves 2. 4: A Cappella 4: Solo Contest 4: Theta 4: All-Star Hockey Z: Student Council 2, 4: Viking Varieties cast 4. HAYES, DOLORES I-ler friends she does amaze, Unpredictable that Hayes. I-IAYNER. KITTY "Pretty Kitty Blue Eyes." I-IEFTER. WILLIAM C. Agreeable and likeable. R.O.T.C. Stat! Sgt. 4. 38 HAHN. BILL , lust as nice as he looks. I-Ii-Y 2: Debater 3: First Basketball Team 4: N 1 Club 4. HAI-IN. LEONARD IR. 'l'eacher's pet. HALL. ANITA Our hearts she did enthrall, that Hall. HALL. ROY Makes the girls tall Does that boy Hall. Hi-Y 3. 4: R.O.T.C. lst Sgt. 4: Rifle Team 3: Crack Co. 3: Crack Plt. 3. HAMILTON. I-IILEEN Ollicial heartbreaker of 1945. Girl Reserves 4: Delta 3, 4: Student Council 2. HAMMERS. WILLIAM B. A tool of honesty. Football Mgr. 4: N Club 4. HEMPY. nov ,f A friendly chappy, always happy. HENDERSON. ROBERT '. An interesting fellow with a personality that'5 different. HENDRIX. EUGENE RUSSELL - The girls' hearts go bumpety bump. I-li-Y 2, 3, 4: A Cappella 4, Pres. 4: De- bater 4: Second Football Team 3, 4: Viking Varieties cast 4. I-IERBST. IOHN I-'. IR. An intellectual fellow with acting talent. too. Dramatic Club 4. Pres. 4: Nor'easter Business Staff 3, Index Ed. 4: Benton 2. 3. 4: Spring Play 3, 4. HIGGINS. KENTON Kent is a swell gent. Student Council 4. HILL. BOB We can't get our Iill of Bobby Hill. Hi-Y 3: Debater 3: Mgr. Basketball 4: Stu- dent Council 3. HIX. IOHN WESLEY "He's darling." quotes Antrim. Second Football Team Z. 3. First Team 4. Capt. 4: N Club 4. HOFFMAN. SHIRLEY IANE When sports come into play She always saves the day. Seal Club 2: Olympic Club 3. 4, Treas. 3. Pres. Hockey 2. 3, 4: All-Star Basketball 2, 3. 4: Hockey 2, 3. 4: All-Star Basketball 2. 3. 4: All-Star Volley Ball 2. 3. 4, Capt. 4: All-Star Soitball 2, 3, 4. HOLBERT. CLIFFORD THOMAS Sincerity is his trade mark. Band 2, 3: Orchestra 4. HOLCOMB. HAROLD A sharp little character. HOLLIGER. HAROLD Always smiling. always gay. We hope he will stay that way. Second Football Team 3: Track Team 4: Student Council 2. 4. HOLLOWAY. CHARLES I. Ummmm! Handsome! Hi-Y 2: Band 2, 3, 4: Track Team 4: Swim- ming Team 4. HUNTER. IACQUELINE Lots of popularity. . . Printers' Club 3: Girl Reserves 2, 3. 4: Band 2. 3. 4: Dance Band 4: Clio Z, 3, 4: Viking Varieties cast 4. HURST. DON He's not as shy as he appears. Track Team 3. 4: N Club 3, 4. IRELAND, IVAN B. "Sure and he's a bit of old Ireland." Hi-Y 4: R.O.T.C. lst Lt. 4: Rifle Team 3, 4: Rifle Club 2: Benton 3. IRISH. El-'IFIEL Everyone loves the Irish. Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4. IRWIN. PEGGY IRAN Neat and nice and lull of spice. Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4. IACOBS. LORNA BELLE Mr. Jordan says, "She's a swell girl." HOLT. IOAN' What a gall HOPKINS. IERRY We call her carefree, but St. Ioe has another name tor it. Second Page Ed. Courier 4: Girl Reserves 2. 3, 4: Senior Ballot: Alpha 2. 3. 4. HOUSE. NORMA She'd be a nice "House" to come home to. Dramatic Club 4: Delta 2. 3. 4. HOWARD. CHARLES THOMAS He has quite an effect on the female population. Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: R.O.T.C. 1st Lt. 4: Debater 2, 3, 4: Spring Play 3: Stage Crew 3. 4. HUFP. HELEN LEE lust say. "Hutt"-that's enough. Delta 2. HUFFAKER. ELIZABETH Plenty ot pep. lots of charm. Olympic Club 2, 3: Volleyball All-Star 4: Basketball All-Star 3. 39 lor-mson, Lonms ' Cutie describes her cause she's so rare- Lovable. intelligent, witty, and lair. Delta 4. IOHNSON. RICHARD There's michiet lurking in those eyes. IOHNSTON, GENEVIEVE America's tuture Florence Nlqhtingale. YONES. HOWARD One ot those notorious lones boys. g.0.g'.C. Plc. 4. Crack Squad 3. Crack Plt. 3. Crack o. . TUHLIN. LLOYD DEANE That light blonde hair. those sparkling blue eyes. Will cause many feminine sighs. Hi-Y 3: Band 3. 4: R.O.T.C. Pic. 3: Track 4. IULIAN. NADYNE - Her charming wit and caret-ee lrnile Keep ul happy all the while. Olympic Club 3: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Delta 4: Baseball All-Star 2: Basketball All-Star 2. 40 IANTSCH. ROBERT The girls would love to have a chance With charming, popular Mr. lantsch. Reporter lunior Class: Cheerleader 3. 4: l-Ii-Y 2, 3. 4. Vice-pres. 2. 3. 4: Debater 3, 4, Vice-pres. 4. Gold Medal Lit. Contest 3: Student Council 4, Pres, 4. innsrr. LOUISE None can compare. Girl Reserves 4. IENNINGS. LLOYD "Anchors Aweighf' Lloyd. IENSEN. MARIE LYNNE A drl we're glad to call a friend. IOHN. SHIRLEY IEAN Attractive and active. Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Theta 2. 3, '4. Treasurer. Vicespres. 4, Bronze Medal Lit Contest 3. IOHNSON. BARBARA She's a classy little lassie. Dramatic Club 4: Girl Reserves 2. 3, 4: Clio 2, 3. 4. Treas. 4: Spring Play Busi- ness Manager 4. IULIAN. VIRGIL "Sonny Boy." Hi-Y 2: Benton 2. 3. 4. KELSO. LYNDA M. Lovely Lynda. Girl Reserves 2, 4: Student Council 2, 4. KENNEDY. ELINOR LOUISE Calm. placid. and serene. Volleyball All-Star 2: Basketball All-Star Z: Hockey All-Star Z. KERSHAW. BETTY JO "Hey. Blondie." Seal Club 3, 4: Girl Reserves 3, 4. XETCHUM. WILMA IRENE She knows how to "Ketchum." Solo Contest 3. KIMES. DOROTHY LEE A smile that pleases. IKOBERSTEIN. MARY "Mistress Mary. quite contrary." KUECK. VELMA LOUISE It it's a swell girl you seek. lust call Louise Kueck. KULP. ROBERT WILLIAM We like his smile. We like his style. 1.ACKI. IACK C. b We're plenty wacky over Iaclrle Lacki. Poster Contest 2: Art Contest 2. LaFEVERS. CHARLES. IR. He runs quite a temperature among the gals. Latin Club 2: Hi-Y 2, 4: Crack Co. R.O.T.C. 2: Crack Plt. 2: Debater 3, 4, Pres. 4: Student Council 2. LANDI5. KENNETH Hilarious as a sailor ashore. LAWSON. BETTY LOU Hold that smile! Olympic Club 3: Art Club 3: Delta 4: Basketball All-Star 3. LBAKEY. BEVERLY A cheerful spirit makes friends. LEE. MARIORY A typical bobby sox queen, Mischievous but not really mean. Seal Club 2: Girl Reserves 2, 3. 4: Nor'- easter Business Stall 3: Home Room Ed. 4: Alpha 2. 3. 4. LEGGIO. MARY Lots of sparkle. lull oi iun! Basketball All-Star 4. LeSI-IURE. IOYCE GILL "l.eShure" to bring "Ioy." Art Honor Society 3: Poster Contest 2: Art Club 4: Girl Reserves 4: Nor'easter Art Comm. 4: Delta 3. 4. LONG. MAYNA BERYL Mayna's gone a "Long" way. Art Club 4. 7 LANHAM. LILLIAN Oh, brother! LAPSLEY, MARTHA IEANNE She shows ability along many lines. Olympic Club 2, 3: Basketball All-Star 2: Girl Reserves 3, 4. LARISON. EDWARD CLAYTON "Calling Dr. Larison." Benton 3. 4: Track Team 4: N Club 4: Sec- ond Team Football 3: First Team 4. LARSON. MARY I1-IAN That lovely hair, those great big eyes. Gave us a glimpse of paradise. Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Clio 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Vice-pres. 4: Volleyball All-Star 2: Student Council 3. LASATER, BILLIE IEAN "Pardon my Southern accent." LATTA. ROBERT He has a "lotta" charm. Hi-Y 4. 41 MCCLURE, BETTY Ot one thing we're sure. She ll succeed. that McClure. McCLUl-IE, BILLY LYNN His grin is symbolic ot his good nature. McCORMICK, ROBERT GENE They all stand up when McCormick says "Attention." Poster Contest 2: R.O.T.C. Captain 4: Color Guard 3, 4. McCORMICK, WILLIE Theres nothing silly about this Willie. McELROY. BETTY Hey, Blondie! MCGINTY, DAVE We think he's keen, but so does Iean Art Honor Societg' 3: Art Club 2. 3, Pres. 3: Hi-Y 2, 3. 4. ec. 4: A Capriella 3, 4: R.O.T.C. lst Lt. 4: Crack Co. 3: ' e Club 2: Debater 3, 4: Student Council 4: Viking Varieties cast 2, 4. 42 N LORTSCHER. LAWREIWCE L. Handsome, popular, charming. Vice-pres. Senior Class: N Club 4: R.O.T.C. lst Lt. 4: Debater 4. Vice-pres. 4: Track Team 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4, First Vice-pres. 4: All-City Representa- tive 4: Senior Ballot. LOUTHAN. IOANNE Her grin is infectuous. Girl Reserves 2. 3, 4. LUCAS. ANNA As sweet as she looks. Olympic Club 3. 4, Sec. 4: Hockey All- Star 2, 3: Basketball All-Star 2, 3, 4: Vol- Leygaall All-Star 2. 3. 4: Baseball All-Star LUCK. MARY A good "Luck" piece. LUDDEN, DORIS IEAN A budding artist. Art Club Z, 3, 4: Nor'easter Art Comm. 3. LYONS. ERNESTINE Friendly and won't bite. Printers' Club 4. McGIN'l'Y. GEORGE S. "The Great McGinty." I-li-Y 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, Ofiicer 3: R.O.T.C'. Capt. 4, Rifle Team 3, 4, Battalion Stafi 4: Student Council 3, 4. Vice-pres. 4, All-City Representa- tive 4. MCGRATH, LOUELLEN What charm she hath! MADDUX, RAYMOND A basketball player is Ray, For him, we all shout, yea! N Club 4: First Team Basketball 4. MADSEN. IOHN ' Somebody's "mad son." MAGILI.. RUTH She's always at "E's." Iunior Class Giftorian 3, Secretary 4: Latin Club 2: Editor-in-chief ot Courier 3: Girl Re- serves 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3: Nor'easter Statt Editor-in-chief 4. Junior Ed. 3. Soph. Ed. 2: Senior Ballot: Alpha 2. 3, 4: Student Council 2. 4: Hundred Girls Club 2. 3. 4. MAHRLE, MARTHA Her wit matches her beauty and per- sonality. Clio 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4: Spanish Club 4, Treas. 4: Courier Editor, third page, 3: Girl Reserves 2, 3. 4: Nor'easter Stat! As- sociate Editor 4. 4 ki ' -Y? MALLEN. SHIRLEY "Shirley" a swell personality. Courier Staff Business Manager 3: Girl Reserves 4: Nor'easter Index Comm. 4: Student Council 4. MANBECK. BUFORD In basketball he wows them all. greg :earn Basketball 4, Track Team 4, N u . MANNERS, BERNICE She's what most people should have. Olympic Club 4: Volleyball All-Star 4, Bas- ketball All-Star 4. MARQUIS. NANCY Zip and style Class and smile. Secretary Iunior Class. Sgt.-at-Arms Senior Class: Courier Stait 3: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2. Pres. 3, Treas. 4: Senior Ballot 4: Alpha 2, 3, 4, Vice-pres. 4, Pres. 4, Gold Medal Lit Contest 3: Student Coun- cil 2, 4, Sec. 4: Viking Varieties cast 2, Student Manager 4. MARSHALL, SYLVIA IEANN E The song "Sylvia" was written for her. Courier Stait 4: Girl Reserves 2. 3, 4: Index Conant. Nor'easter 4: Alpha 3. 4: Student Coun- ci . MARTIN , DONN ELLIS Devastating to the women. Courier Stat! 3: Hi-Y Sec. 2, 3: Senior Ballot: Debaters Z, 3, 4: Second Team Football 2, First Team 3, 4: Second Team Basketball 3. First Team 4: Track Team l5lIgir.43. 4: N Club 3, 4: Student Council Z Ml-INDOLIA. MARY We think of beauty when we hear her narne. Olympic Club 3, 4: Girl Reserves 3, 4: A Cappella 4: Theta 2. 3, 4: Viking Varieties cast 4. MENTOR, LOIS IEANNE flfr brilliant personality would brighten any i e. MENTOR, LOUISE IEANNETTE The lovely twin of Lois. Delta 3, 4, Second Vice-pres. 4. MERRITT. RUSSELL E. "Merritt" of honor. Dramatic Club 4: R.O.T.C. Cpl. 3: Spring Play 4. MEW. DON Some hepcat! MILES. VIOLET "Miles" of fun. Girl Reserves 2, 3. MARTIN, LETER B. Our letter man about school. Hi-Y 2: Second Team Football 3, First Team 4: N Club 4. MASON. LILLIAN Doesn't make a lot ot noise, but she's nice. Orchestra 2, 3: Officer 3: Delta 3, 4. MASTERSON, MARY ANN That smile warms all our hearts. Seal Club 3. 4: Clio 2, 3. 4: Volleyball All-Star 4: Basketball All-Star 3. MAYER, IAMES Meet "Mayer" Iames. R.O.T.C. Staff Sgt. 4: Crack Co. 2: Crack Plt. 27 Crack Sqd. 2. MELLOWAY, BETTY ANN Looks, delicious: pep, bountiful: personality. charming. Exchange Ed. Courier 4: Girl Reserves 2. 3, 47 Locals Ed. Nor'easter 4: Clio 2, 3. 4. Vice- pres. 3, Pres. 4. MELSTROM, NINA IEAN Is there anyone tina' than Nina? Orchestra 2. 3, 4. 43 MOORE. JACK I-'. "Moore" sense than most. Art Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Poster Contest 2: Art Contest 3, 4: Art Club 2, 3: I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 4: Benton 3. MORELLI. TERESINA Shy. but intelligent. MORRIS. CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH What "Morris" there to say? Girl Reserves 2. 3, 4: Theta 2, 3: Student Council 2, 3. MORRIS. DOROTHY An active mind behind these beautiful eyes. Theta 2, 3. MORRIS, MARILYN MARIE A kind word here we would put in For quiet, pretty Marilyn. Girl Reserves 3. 4: Delta 3, 4. MUSSOCICI, VIRGINIA Our box-oiilce attraction. Printers' Club 4. 44 MILLER. BOB L. MiIler's quite a killer diller. MILLER, HARLAN Harlan is a darlin'. Cheerleader 3, 4: Giltorian Senior Class: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Pres. 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Nor'easter Busi- ness Stati 3. Boys' Sports Ed. 4: B.0.T.C. Sgt. 4: Crack Co. 3: Senior Ballot: Debater 2, 4. MIZES. IAMES G. All the women, he dismays 'em. They say that limmy really slays 'em. MONACO, ALICE MARIE Always a laugh. MONGEH. SHIRLEY LUE We wish Monger would stay longer. Olympic Club 2: Girl Reserves 2: Hockey All- Star 2: Volleyball All-Star Z. MONTEZ. VINCENTA Must be related to Maria. NELSON. MARIORIE ANN Heli' popular parties are as Iamous as Elsa Max- we 's. Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Delta 2, 3, 4. NICHOLS. BILLY Another mischievous red-head. NICHOLS. EUGENE N. A friendly grin, a friendly guy. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. NITZ, GENE L. A sense ot humor carries one a long way. R.O.T.C. lst Lt. 4: Rifle Team 4: Third place Amer- ican Legion 3: Battalion Staff 4: Crack Co. 2: Benton 3, 4, Sec. 4: Student Council 4. O'DELL. RENA LEE Cute. petite. blue-eyed O'Dell. All we can say is, she's iust swell! OSBORN. DIXIE MARIE Truly a "Dixie Belle." Olympic Club 3. OTTO. FRANCES RUTH With her personality and vitality she "Otto" go tar. Girglieserves 2, 3, 4: Alpha 2, 3, 4: Student Coun- ci . OYLEH. WILMA RUTH As a machinist's mate. She'll really rate. PALMER, BETTY A dark beauty. PARSONS, CHARLES The sheik of Viking Village. Dramatic Club 4: A Cappella 4: H.O.'l'.C. Stal! Sgt. 4: Spring Play 4: Viking Varieties 4. PASCHALI.. BILL Sweet William! PATRICK, BEVERLY RUTH Those srnilimi Irish eyes Always get t e guys. Dramatic Club 4: Girl Reserves 2. 3. 4: Nor'easter Business Stall 4: Alpha Z. 3, 4: Spring Play 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4. POE. DORTHALEEN When did you leave heaven? PONTON. BETTY MARIE lust as cute and sweet as she looks. Art Honor Society 3: Art Contest 4: Seal Club 4: Art Club 3. 4: Girl Reserves -2, 3, 4: Swim- ming All-Star 2: Student Council 2. POPPA. ROY Roy is a icy boy. PORTER, WILLIAM DENNY A.W.O.L. QA wolf on the loosej. R.O.T.C. Captain 4, Rifle Team. 2. 3, 4. PORTER, HAROLD He "carries" Soy where'er he goes! PORTERFIELD. BETTY ANNE A nice gal: a swell pal. PAYTON. PAT Plenty oi datin' for Payton. ' Delta 3, 4, First Vice-pres. 4: Student Council 3. PETERSON, LAURA BELLE Her friends all say. "She's swell," Our little Laura Belle. Girl Reserves 4. PHILLIPS, IBCK Such a guy is lack That tor friends he'll never lack. PHILLIPS. ROSALEE F. What's cookin', qood1ookin'? Girl Reserves 3, 4: Theta 4. PITTMAN. ANNA RUTH Strictly on the beam. Girl Reserves 3. 4: Theta 3, 4. PLANCK, VIRGINIA Glamour qal Planck Will always rank. Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Theta 3: Student Council 4. 45 3 RABON. IAMES Our lame: likes the dames. twho doesn't?l Orchestra 2, 3, Otticer 3: Student Council 3. RAMEY. MARY A tiny, energetic cutie. Girl Reserves 4. RAMSEY. CHARLEEN , Has man trouble. thucky girlll RASMUSSEN. RUTH ANNE The answer to a movie producer's prayer. Art Honor Society 3, 4: Art Contest 4: A Cappella 2. 3, 4: Solo Contest 2. 3: Delta 3, 4, Treas. 4: Viking Varieties cast 2. 3. 4. .REI-ICE, BEVERLY Ioys never cease. where we find Reece. Art Club 3: Girl Reserves 4. REESE. I-IVAN DALE Something from heaven Is our handsome Evan. A Cappella 3, 4: Viking Varieties cast 4. 46 POTT. TOM I-!e's the best we've got, this Tom Pottl N Club 4: Debater 3: Second Team Football 3, Manager 4. Track Team 4. PRATHER, LAURA IO Petite and sweet And very neat! Girl Reserve 2. 3, 4: Delta 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3. , PRESCOTT, UDELL A mellow little tellow. Student Council 3: Band 2. 3, 4: R.O.T.C. Crack Company 3. PREWITT. IANICE Leave it to Prewitt, she'll do it! Girl Reserves 2, 4: Theta 3, 4: Student Council 4. PRICE. EDWARD Ecldie's nice-take our advice. Courier Business Manager 4: Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Officer 2. 3, 4: Benton 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2: Viking Varieties 4. QUATROCKY. FRED JOSEPH ' Fred, you went to our head. REID. OPAL LEIGH As a vivacious beauty she really rates. Too had her heart belongs to Gates. -. Printers' Club 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3. 4. RENSHAW. WILMA IBANE A serene and imperturbable beauty. Olympic Club 3, 4: Girl Reserves 2: Student Council 4. REPASS, LOIS LEE A sultry lovely with flashing eyes. Girl Reserves 3: Clio 3, 4. RICE. JAMES Charming. witty, and oh so nice. Our popular, handsome Sgt. Rice. Hi-Y 3, 4. Vice-pres. 4: R.O.T.C. Staff Sgt. 4: Rifle Club 2: Rifle Team 3, 4. ROBERTS. DEAN Simplicity is his greatest charm. ROBINSON. ROMALA Our unchallenged Vi-Queen-She's got everything. Cheerleader 4: Treasurer Iunior Class: Re- Rorter Senior Class: Olympic Club 2: Girl eserves 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4: Alpha 2, 3. 4, Treas. 4: Student Council 2, 3: Senior Ballot. ROSS. MARILYN RUTH Everyone likes Ross because she's never cross. Poster Contest 2. ROSS. VINCIE ELAINE A hop little chick. Girl Reserves 3. 4: A Cappella 4: Volleyball All-Star 2: Viking Varieties cast 4. RUDD. EVA LEE "Little Eva." Girl Reserves Z. 3. 4. SALEE. IACQUELYNN MARIE A cute gal is Iackie. by cracky. SCHARIG. SHIRLEY IEAN A very cute girl. SCI-IMITT. PAT Here comes the bride. Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Nor'easter Business Staff 4: Clio 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2. 3. SELSOR. IACK N. A. Alka-"Selsor." His personality sparkles. too. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Oiiicer 3, 4: Dance Band 3, 4: R.O.T.C. lst Lt. 4: Battalion Statt 4: Dehater 3. 4: Viking Varieties cast 4. SEWARD. POLLY 'We call this dolly "Princess Polly." Dramatic Club 3. 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Nor'easter Business Stat! 4: Clio 2, 3, 4. SHARTZER. DOROTHY IEAN A well-mannered vocalist. Orchestra Oiiicer 3, 4: Delta 4: Viking Varieties cast 4. SHELFO. MARTHA They'll never put Martha on the "Shelf-o." SHEPARD. ARLENE Pleasant smile all the while. SHEPARD. DAVID W. A popular boy. Second Team Football 2: Student Council 3. SCHMITZ. MARTHA LOUISE A pearl oi a girl. Olympic Club 2: Third Page Ed. Courier 4: Student Council 2. SCHUMAKER. BARBARA FRANCES Petite. popular red-head. Second Page Ed. Courier 3: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: School Lite Ed. Nor'easter 4: Clio 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4: Student Council 2, 4. SCOTT. BETTY IEAN We like her tor her sincere simplicity. SCOTT. WILDA I-'AE Known for her ready smile. SCRIVNER. MARTHA IANE Attractive and such fun! girl! Reserves 2. 3. 4: Clio 3, 4: Student Coun- SECRIST. IAN Ian is the gal that can always get a man. 47 SIX, MARIAN GRACE Six-charm, poise, beauty, sweetness, sense, in- telligence. SKINNER, IMA MAE She has confessed- 1 She likes West best. Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4. SMITH, IAMES L. One of the cough drop brothers. Band 2, 3. 4: Officer 3: Benton 2, 3: Stu- dent Council 2, 4. SMITH, .RALPH The other cough drop brother. Solo Contest 4: Viking Varieties cast 4. SOULIS. ANNA We like Anna Soulis 'Cause she'll never fool us. Olympic Club 4: Volleyball A STAAKE, CHARLES S. Devil-may-care and cocky. Student Council 3, 4. I ll-Star 4. 48 SHERWOOD. BETTY LOU We "Sherwood" like to know ber better. Latin Club 2: Olympic Club 4: Girl Reserves 2, 4. SHOTWELI., HAZEL I. She shot her arrows into our hearts. SIMMS, DONALD He's out o! this world. R.O.T.C. Crack Co. 3: Crack Plt. 3: Crack Sqd. 3: Student Council 4. SIMONE, IOE T. Quick on the comeback. Band 2. 3. SINGER, LIBBY One of the best. V SIHGINOUS, THEODOHA We adora Theodora. Student Council 2. STANLEY, JAMES Our manly Stanley is tops. R.O.T.C. Pic. 4. STEVENS, HERBERT RAYMOND Always ready with a gag: His bouncing spirits never lag. Viking Varieties cast 2. STEVENS. ROSEMABY A vivacious little package. STINSON, MEHLE Merle is a pearl ol knowledge. STUCKER, VENUS CATHERINE Charming. pretty Venus Is always full of meanness. SWANSON, IOHN Well I swan! We like lohn! SYMONDS. WAYNE A sense ot humor. Artistic talent. too. TALLMAN, KENNETH A guy to look up to. TAMBUREILO, VITA MARIE An all-around ood al 9 9 - Olympic Club 2: All-Star Volleyball 4. TAT!-IAM, GEORGIA A. A "Georgia" peach. Printers Cl 3 ul serves ' ' ub : G' Re 4: A Cappella 4: Viking Varieties cast 4. TAWNEY, HARVEY E. He can argue anyone down. Bentons 4. TAYLOR, HOSETTA There is none "bettah" than Rosetta! 1 THOMPSON, RHEA ARLENE A sweet, likeable girl. Dramatic Club 4. THURBER IUDY Brown is her hair, blue are her eyes, She comes to school. to gaze at the guys. Girl Reserves Z, 3. THURMAN, CARL NORMAN A gentleman shy. TILTON, BETTIE I0 With a dimple in her cheek, Very nice and very sleek. TODD, IOANNE Her friends say she's grand, Our witty Joanne. Dramatic Club 4: Girl Reserves TOWNES, BILL Not as sleepy as he looks. Hi-Y 2. 3. 4. TAYLOR, SALLIB Delovely, delightful. delectable! TENNIS, MABJAN LOIS Tall. short, lean, or tan. She sets a trap for any man. Girl Reserves 2, 3: Delta 4. TESTERMAN, BILLIE IEAN lust ask the boys. THOMAS, DOROTHY LEE A clever actress, A grand girl. Dramatic Club 3. 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Senior Ballot 4: Delta 2, 3, 4, Vice-pres. 3, Pres. 4: Spring Play cast 4: Student Council 4. THOMAS, GLORY ELLIN Not a "mourning" glory. Art Honor Society 3: Art Contest 2: Art Club 3, 4: Student Council 4. - THOMAS, SHIRLEY IEAN It silence were golden, we'd have a mil- lionaire in our midst. Printers' Club 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Band 2. 3. Officer 3. 49 VALENTI. VIRGINIA MARGARET "Dark Eyes." I Art Honor Society 2. 3, 4: Art Club 2. 3, Vice-pres. 3: Editorial Ed. Courier 3: Clio 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2. 3. VAN ARTSDALEN. IAMES W. Little but mighty. Laun Club 2: Advertising Mgr. Courier 4: Ben- ton 3. 4. Sec. 4. VANSLYKE, DELLA MAE Smiling blue eyes. VAN WORMER. IRIS ELAINE A lovely Ilower-with brains! VAUGHN. ESTI-IER MAE An engaging personality. Girl Reserves 2. 3: Band 2, 3: A Cappella 3. WALKER. CLYDE A retiring chap. 1 . 50 TRACY. DONNA An athletic queen. Seal Club 2: Basketball All-Star 4: Volleyball All- Star 4. TRADER. BOB Rob is gobs ot iun. A Cappella 3, 4: R.O.T.C. Stait Sgt. 4: Second Football Team 3: Student Council 4: Viking Varieties cast 4. TUBBESING. MAXINE Very suave, very keen Is what we'd say of dear Maxine. Girl -Reserves 3. 4 Student Council 4. TUCKER. DORIS Never gets "'l'uckered" out. Girl Reserves 2. 3. 4. TUCKER. LOIS A cute little sales girl. TULLY. RICHARD He can't be beat. That Dick's all reet! WALKER. MARY ANN For the love oi Pete! Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Nor'easter Business Comm. 3, Business Mgr. 4: Clio 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4: Student Council Z, 4: Viking Varieties cast 4: Senior Ballot. WALTON. MARTHA Pepsodent will want her! Girl Reserves 4. WATLEY. MARION KONE She can have all "Ione." Girl Reserves 3. 4: Student Council 3. WATT. IAMES WISE He knows what's "Watt." Mailing Mgr. Courier 4: Hi-Y Z, 3: R.O.T.C. Staff Sgt. 4: Crack Sqd. 3: Crack Plt. 3: Crack Co. 2, 3: Benton 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2, 4. WEAVER, BEULAH MAE Winsome Beulah Weaver. Our little eager beaver. WEBER, DOLORES She casts her "Web" over our hearts. Theta 2. 3. WELCH, ARTHUR A smile that's shy but disarming. WELCH. BYRON EUGENE That curly hair and friendly grin Many friends for him will win. Pres. Iunior Class: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2: R.O.T.C. Plc.: Debater 2, 3: Track Team 3: Student Council 2, 3. WELCH, GENE Tall. light, and charming With manner disarming. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3: Debater 2, 3, 4. WENNERBERG, MILTON Short and shy, but what a guy! R.O.T.C. Pic. WENSKI, DOROTHY FRANCES Pep and versatility. Hockey All-Star 2: Basketball All-Star 2. WENSKI, MARY All that, and another one too. Volleyball All-Star 4: Basketball All-Star 4: Hockey All-Star 2. 1 WILSON. RICHARD A friend to all: foe to none. Track Team 4: Swimming Team 4: N Club 4. WOLFLEY, DORIS l. She is gentle: she is shy. There's a merry light in her eye. Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4. WOODEN, FRANCES PAULINE l-'riendliness is the shortest road to success. WOODRUFI-'. FRANCES WAYNE A walking fashion show. Olympic Club 4, Treas. 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Band Officer 2. 3, 4: Clio Z. 3, 4: Student Council 4: Viking Varieties cast 4: Instrumental Music Ed. Nor'easter 4. WORMINGTON, GEORGE Slap-happy go lucky and handsome, too. Debater 3, 4: Student Council 3: Viking Var- ieties cast 3, 4. WRIGHT, DOLLIEMAE ELIZABETH Nothing's wrong about Wright! Olympic Club 2, 4: A Cappella 4: Salo Contest 4: Viking Varieties cast 4. W' WHITE, HOWARD LESLEY I-le does things the "White" way. WILEY, GERALD Never sad, but always "riding high WILLIAMS. EUGENE Fitch Shampoo will get him. WILLIS, IOHN L. We hope Iohn will "Willis" something. Orchestra 2. 3. WILSON, DONALD R. A Wilson, but no ham. R.O.T.C. lst Lt.: Rifle Club 2. WILSON. MARTHA We say, "O. K!" WRIGHT. RICHARD The girls are on the "Wright" track! FINN. DONALD lust perfected his complicated theorem trisecting a hole in a doughnut. CAMPOBASSO. FRANK He's a joker, when it comes to poker. POINTER. HOWARD KEITH Give us a "Pointer" on how to win friends. Orchestra Z. 3:So1o Contest 4: R.O.T.C. SlSgt. 4. EASTON. HARRY "Easton" West. He's the best! Band 2,,3, 4: H.O.T.C. Plc. 4. YENNIE. RICHARD D. Ii Dick sticks to his Iapanese, He'11 be saying, "So solly please." Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 3: Track Team Swimming Team 4. for 4: 52 CRAIGG. ORVILLE Shall we praise him now. "Orville" we wait till later? HAM. IACK Wo'll miss him next year. as "Ham" is scarce. GILLESPIE, PAUL A shy. quiet. athletic-minded fellow. ODNEAI.. ROY His eyes have something behind them- You can't tell whether it's good or bad. NICKEL, NORMAN His name may he Nickel. but he's worth much ll'lOl'8. KOLTERMAN. FLORENCE She feels at home on the stage. Dramatic Club Z, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Stage Crew 2, 3, 4. HALL. ROY THOMAS His common sense is his education. MAYNARD, LEROY ' Life is iust a ioke to him. ZIMMERMAN. DALE he may be last in our book. but he's first Q ll our hearts. SENIOR WILL The remarkable cast of '45 is leaving the Northeast stage, for it is going on to the greater, more spectacular stage of the world. The run has been long: the per- fonnance has been magnificent. We cannot help but look forward to closing night with a great deal of sadness in our hearts. For even though the going was tough at times, the final production was well worth the effort, and all in all, we've had a lot of fun. ' Some of the cast of '45 have decided to leave a frac- tion of their talents and assets so that you understudies will be able to carry on in the tradtional Northeast man- ner. So take advantage of our benevolence, you future stars. Remember that our eyes will be upon you and that we shall accept nothing less than a sterling performance. "Ye Old Ed." Ruth MaGill, has decided that Bill Cun- ningham is the guy for the job of next year's head man. That little gal with the sweet. sweet charm. Barbara Brammer, leaves some of same to "Little Audrey" lGiesyJ. Harlan Miller leaves that amazing ability to "win friends and influence people" to Paul Parker. Byron Welch leaves his nice. big, friendly grin to Don Fisher. Those two super screwballs, Ierry Lou Hopkins and Mary Lu Diamond, will some of their sparkling wit to lean Clark and Sunny Fuller, to be used for carrying on in the traditional moron manner. Major Clarence Atkins leaves his ability to shine but- tons and get in good with sergeants to Iohnny Fox. No adjective is sufficient to describe the Vi-Queen, Romala Robinson, who possesses a little bit of every- thing. We can't think of any particular girl who quali- fies for next year's "Queen," but watch for La Vaughn Hall and Margo Pierce to be in there pitchin'. Princess Polly Seward leaves that perfect measure- ment figure to Dot Kurtzeborn. and her heart to Eddie Arenson. Ann Ballard leaves her golden voice to her sister lean, to be used one octave lower. There are three middle-grade morons running around loose this year, whom everybody humors along. but we love them just the same. I'm referring. of course, to Beverly Patrick. Frances Otto, and Shirley Beasley. So far, no juniors can be found who are brave enough to accept anything from them. Iack McClary will inherit Donn Martin's basketball speed and fighting spirit. Cutest couple of the year is Bill Petter and Iackie Elliott. Their title will probably go to Jimmy Ruby and Lora Mae Akers. Petite Eileen Hamilton and adorable Iudy Thurber have been the cause of many a battered Vi-King's heart. If the Vi-Kings want a word of warning this time. watch out for Peggy Palmer and Delores Iames, next year's heartbreakers. - Mary Ann Walker bequeaths all her non-rationed shoes to Irene Schafthausen. Bob Chartrand leaves his love of harmonizing to Lane Merrill. Tom Howard wants to leave those perfect good looks to some lucky junior. but again we are at a loss to find one who qualities. Nancy Marquis, ludy Hagerty, and lackie Elliott, those three Vi-Queens with all the style land the ment have picked Barbara Dietrich, Virginia Lanham, and Freda Harger as runners-up. Dick Allen is teaching that smooth way of handling women to Harry Cloverdyke, while Charles Parsons is giving lack Sebring a course in "How to Attract Women and Keep Them Fascinatedf' Cute Barbara Schumaker's famous bronze curls go to Anna Marie Dee. Dorothy Thomas wills some of her admirable dramatic talent to Glenna Smith. Bettie Garrett, that little chick with the overflow of pep, wills some of her bubbling vivacity to Evelyn Johnson. Martha Mahrle leaves her twinkling eyes and sense of humor to Margaret Weissbeck. Shirley Mallen leaves that always-likable personality to Earlene Hamilton. 'l'hat wonderful guy who's first in everything, Bob Anderson. leaves his leadership to Ed Lee. Bill Hahn leaves to Sam Donnici his ability to warm the bench. Dick Geames leaves-thank goodness! Dorothy Anderson wills some of her deadly, irresist- ible chann to Dot Smith. Bill Cofer leaves his position as Master of Ceremonies to Bob Trussell. Lee Bridgewater leaves all of his football padding to Norman Thomas. If there's a club. she'll be president: if there's a program. she'll be front row center: if there's a cam- paign. she'll make the speeches. I'm talking, of course, of that charming Miss, Mary Carolyn Crabb. Watch for adorable, vivacious Pat Scott to be the "Spotlight Queen" next year. Dolores Antrim leaves her long, wavy blonde hair and happy-go-lucky attitude to Marilyn Cook. ' lone Watley leaves her roller-skating ability to Mary Lou Epperson. Bill Salmon bequeaths his magic baton and the abil- ity to twirl it to Eddie Dix. Pretty Virginia Davis leaves that sweet, engaging smile to Mitzi Watt. Mary Belle Evans bequeaths all her meanness and the trouble it gets her into to Doris Irwin. Lawrence Lortscher wills the mile race to David Breidenthal. Well, kids, that's about all, except that each one of us graduating seniors leaves his best regards and his sincere wish for loads of success in '48 to all you jun- iors and sophomores. Remember what I said about that sterling performance. Give Northeast one she'll never forget. 53 SENIOR PROPHECY One lovely evening in the spring of 1955, my friend Barbara Brammer and I, then living in New York, at- tended the latest musical. We departed about seven o'c1ock from our luxurious rooms in the Waldorf As- toria. tBarbara is third assistant to the fourth cook and I am scullery maid.l The elevator man. Charles La- Fevers, rushed us to the first floor. Going through the lobby, we said hello to Nadyne Iulian, Lois Tennis, and Barbara Iohnson, who were busily operating the hotel switchboard. Near the door we spied handsome Russell Campbell, all done up in a grand uniform, with shiny brass but- tons. He opened the door for us with a flourish. CRuss is New York's best doorman.l It seemed as if we ran into a pal from good old Northeast everywhere we went, for it was none other than Don Eagle who, per- forming his duties as Hotel Starter, hailed us a Viking Cab. What a pleasant surprise it was when our old friend Ned Bradley jumped out of the cab and jauntily tipped his chauffeur's cap to us. In a flash we were at the theater. The marquee blazed. "Bill Cofer Presents 'Presentations of l955,' a Musical Comedy by Ruth MaGil1." At the ticket office sweet Dorothy Morris was waiting for us with two passes. given to us by our old friends, Iack Selsor and Ed- ward Price, who were directing the show. Who should be at the door to take our tickets but tall. handsome, and dignified David Shepherd. As we entered the elaborate foyer, we were overjoyed to find some of our old friends ushering people to their seats. Opal Reid, Laura Io Prather, and Pat Payton looked very cute in their trim little uniforms. Opal conducted us to a box seat. Once settled. we began to look around tor old friends and important people. In the box next to us was the socially prominent Mrs. Bill Fetter tformerly known as Iackie Elliottl. whose talented husband is one of New York's leading artists. tHe does the illustrations for Esquire Magazine.J Down in the audience we spied the famous Shirley Hoffman, who had just won the Women's National Tennis Tournament. Shirley was talk- ing to those leading fashion models, lean Greenwood, Virginia Planck, and Maxine Tubbesing. General Clar- ence Atkins, wearing his grand uniform and all his decorations, waved gaily to us from the front row. Bob Anderson, sitting next to him, was taking time off from his presidential campaign. The orchestra began to take their seats. It was Bill Salmon's famous swing band, featuring Shirley Feiser at the piano and Ethel Austin with her magic violin. At last the show began. It consisted mainly of North- east alumni. Speaking the opening lines were those brilliant Broadway performers, Conley Baker and Dor- othy Thomas. Soon the theater was filled with the golden voice of America's favorite songbird, Ann Ballard. The melody was then picked up by Bob Chartrand, famous ballad singer. In the front row, among the dancing girls, were Dorothy Anderson. Delores Antrim, and Mary Ann Walker, smiling broadly and time-stepping like mad. Applause rang through the auditorium as our old friend Mary Carolyn Crabb made her grand entrance. 54 N We glanced at our programs and found that the gor- geous costumes were designed by Marjory Lee, with stage settings by Wayne Symonds and Florence Bresel. The musical score was by Buel Bamett. Giving sparkle to the comedy lines were those celebrated comedians. Vito Di Capo and Martha Scrivner. Soon intermission came. and Barbara and I rushed back to the lobby just in time to meet Lawrence Lort- scher, that world-famous mathematician, who told us of his new plan for trisecting an angle. We were joined by Harlan Miller, the stock-market tycoon, who quoted for us the safest bets in stock investments. Over in the corner news photographers, Byron Welch and Dick Geames, were snapping "pics" of Nancy Marquis and Romie Robinson, those two Hollywood beauties, who had just breezed in to catch the show. After talking to those prominent socialites, Marjorie Nelson and Sylvia Mar- shall, who are famous for their lavish parties, we rushed backstage. Here we just had time to say hello to Tom Howard, who was operating the lighting effects, and to Tom Pott, who was preparing to raise the curtain for Act II. We discovered that Kathleen Gash, Mary Lou Bames, Eileen Fitzgerald, and Elizabeth Huffaker had also come back to see the boys. The girls assured us that they were New York's best secretaries. Upon asking them Davidson. what had become of Faye Critcher, Marie and Dorthaleen Poe. we found that the girls were hap- pily married and were enjoying their roles as house- wives. Hurrying back to our seats for the next act, we nearly knocked down Iohn Herbst, who invited us to come to his freshman history class the'next day and hear him lecture to his students. When the show was over, Barbara and I decided to run over to the Stork Club and see Shirley Iohn in her latest act. Upon arriving, whom should we meet but Lee Bridgewater, Chuck Buschhorn, and Dick Allen, those notorious playboys about town, with their gorgeous dates. Headwaiter limmy Rice rushed us to a front table. We were immediately besieged by cigarette girls Iudy Hagerty, Charlotte Morris, and Mary Ann Master- son. who had bounced over to greet us.'They pointed out a table, and we were delighted to discover Mary Iean Larson, America's leading hair stylist, chatting with two of Power's models, Barbara Schumaker and Martha Mahrle. When Frances Woodruff, one of America's ten best- dressed women, stopped to chat, we invited her to join us: but she said that she and her husband were going over to the Follies to see Princess Polly Seward's lat- est original bubble creation. As we finally tore our- selves away from the Stork Club, we waved to Lorene Iohnson and Ioanne Louthan, who were busy checking hats. And so ended a perfect evening. P. S. If any senior goes mad from thinking of the horrible fate in store for him, just remember, kid, that sometimes the prophecies made by Senior Editors do not come true. 4 MM VW sf my W' QL '?'0'n'Y'8 WWW 7f'7fWfLv WWW My WTMWGW -'WW M2 THE IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS HM RUBY Vice-president PAT SCOTT Secretary PAUL PARKER Sergeant at Arms MISS WEAVER Adviser ED LEE President - BILL CUNNINGHAM Giftorian MARGO PIERCE Treasurer MITZI WATT Reporter Mr. President. Ed Lee. has distinguished himself and Northeast by helping to win the basketball championship. We are glad he will be back for football next year. Ed is also president of the Iunior Hi-Y Club, a member of the Courier staff, and a Debater. Doing much for the school spirit of Northeast, Jimmy Ruby, the only junior cheer leader, has done a line job. The vice-president of the junior class is interested in sports and is in Hi-Y and the Debaters, Bill Cunningham, giftorian, does so many different things that we can hardly list them all, but here are a few: Junior editor of the annual. first page editor of the Courier, reporter for the Debaters, and a member of Hi-Y. Our secretary is a credit to any school and to any class. Of course, we mean Pat Scott. that vivacious brunette! Pat is also secretary of the student council, an Alpha, ant a very active Girl Reserve. Margo Pierce, treasurer. needs' no introduction. Everyo me is acquainted with Margo and her sense of humor. She is a band member, a Girl Reserve, and songleader for the Alphas. Our "he-man," Paul Parker. will be winning still more friends next year with his football techniques. Sergeant- at-arms isn't his only job, as he is an active Hi-Y boy. Mitzi Watt captures all with her dazzling smile. We shall always remember her as our junior class reporter and a popular student. Miss Gertrude Weaver is sponsor of the Iunior Class. 56 JN it , .3 X 1 was K . . 5, f , k '1 Q N gif- .551 L -X as g af .- .i., 21, V. ,Q K I I .L ,. X' Y .. vs- sz A Q .4. Q. .E ge. . Q. gi .. ' Q, f ,N--Q. lzsgk- iff. X . . V' 1 1' x X . 3' k "5-Ei'i if .9 Y N fzm W ...Q-f 3 ' .- 'if . fl -5 'I I :QQ ' S ' A Y 3 Q .l 31 kg ,.. fkw x 4 V, 4 N 'K , Y 5- . , X igxkm kk -. x, A ' X.: - f 5 .. fsgazv . ,. ,Y 'Z lf.. . -' A- .. X xg fs A ' . X JST .. , -Jw . A - . : E Q 'X-1 .A -F' . em. .Q ' aw wg .. xx Q.. , .,:. N.. H -,QL . R - .fgqia Kxgvz. we f K 1 I V - .k i W .J Y ' sv x N xv .. X : - X + .. S ' 5 STI? ' -- Aw - f swf A ww. s P-'Q 1 2 y. Q ., n ' Q f ' X' Q wa L. - 13, Mc' ,QQ . 1: '- Q W Q - . X Q. . Q 3 is X .if S E A K K V x ' 5. . . .1 Y.-3,5 A., 5 , . K wax . .5 .. X J' Y Wg , M Q ff, 9 , 7 f ' ' . if ,Q , if ,, , A 4 me ' '?'mwmfy5 . wa . J H mm' , ,:Fp,,5g,, . ,, W ' fi'i9:2f?Q . fx- 4 " V f ' T'+'f:' 5 -am? A A N 9 ' W agp N W I WWW, " : A N 4 Y V , Y WZ , , f' , an . ff ' ,V A l N H M92 9' ,M 4 ' , g KN I , f W N ' - f W X, X' , V L N xx L WL if J ',,fZ,f l ' , V 52 Q ,F X - K 9 .Qs nf Xf..f....x .ia N .. - Xff ' X XXX 5 Qs ' X YXX' U 1 .N.1X .09 .W NEA' "NG 'J lXX f - . 7 S Q . , .. fx.. XX w.s.f:X X M Yvff Ag. Q, ' X . Q' mi . QT? ? my , ' .A 43 f I 4 Q. ,. A .. .www .5 use . .. Riggs ydiibfi pf. X A vx X A .. . ywx ...iw ... X -- 3, , . .5 ..: ,WV .L - XM 4 X - - IBF. 'Y . X -:ft -f"- X1 . X-fx. - - SX- . . . .. . .X .. . may , X :X.:- . - ,, X ..-1-vX XX.: g...:.:4. . :- K 'S . X. XX Q4 X X ,V A - . wi V , t . . X i . S , . A 4. 5 1 XX 'is .'.-ETSSXX K+: .. X X if -X .. .5 X ' me Q . M F X X J- Q13-is . f'1.XiX?15fE A 'Ni ...w . . L I . -L.. kg gmiww . X QS.. .115 -X, . .. S., . . 2 'Xfi 1 5 , - .4 K .. .fy 1: , .. 521 ,Q Y -. -Nay! X X Q Q . . X ,. X X . . 'XX Wx ,wif 5575? 2' .. : .f ,gl in X x U H. . S Q. R 35.51. , fs . X . Q ' XX XXX X :I who K .1 X.. N5 . if XX X 4 .5 X gil? iz.-6 5B XX -W gy A ' XA ' .J zen. A k Xsgx, Pm X.Xz,.3.x,. . X X . . M. . . M. Q.. . W.. .K .. ,S W E. X ...XS M W., .. . X X. N X X Q fx rg N. .. we XXQQQX - 5 fs . S I .E .4 'X mfXXf X ,QQ .W H X 'W Xe . :S ' 4- X - 1. y g. X -X5 MXXX X 1 Q X . mg Q3 XX X S . W .sg . X X -- QR S - 3251:Nahsegiig:-1-1-.Z ,N R - k QQ Q i , E 5 3 4 A As., :.Qkf..,... ' 7 f 1. Q2 , Tw? . X2 Xsi'X..QsfX SFX: X. f X QSXN . if S- Q -x . K 1-. ww. , . Q 2: .L -, .Qi A X5 A jig, X .'..'. K5 X vii? ' ,W 1 .. sir XX ' Fm ' f 1 , ix, Q Q... M5 W Q Q2 1 . 5 r- 1 .GW .s M-5. .. is X 1 Q31 Q. 1. .f X ' 5 X NX . -X-X5 X12 f f T? .X. S sig. X . f' X Q. 4 'X . wi.. . . wg .. XX XG Kg .Q X f X . 153: X -X W - iz' .2 XTXXQQX X121 -' k ...X .5 X- -- XX .ex . 1 ,X 'X .gs . '33 - . X .. XX .. " ff? ef? fm .X.. .. Q . . YQ... I 2- gg Qi: X-QQ Sk - ,gs....5. .. w X .X s . X-5 -,Zi X, X f, 1.55 . ms. .- X X .X Q. , ' ' XN XXX ,. , QW X , "wi X Libr Ag .,I2Q,. , ' 1 , 39 YW . 9 fx ww . E1 . X X. X - .X X' if .fx '27' I4 k' ' Q, . - flfgi. lik. .KY , ww X 1 X X t Rf . I ag 1 SS? a .. xx 'xx s. xx. 5 418 MISS BAXTER BACK ROW: Everett Dolton, Bill Fett Dornenic Cona, Charles Shiner. Byn Knight, Lester Martin, John Hix, Llc Iuhlin. THIRD ROW: Dominick Giunta. Willit Paschall, Don Hurst, Chris Lowth Leonard Gee. Evan Reese, Gene Mori Keith Hendrickson. SECOND ROW: Dean Roberts, David Dav Don England, Iames Lawson, Fred Fa Don Meyers, Bill Hammers, Miss Baxt FRONT ROW: Doris Stalcup, Georg Tatham, Kaye Chevlin. Bernice Manne' Rose Marie Gresham. Roberta I-'elle Beulah Weaver, Doris Bruce. 419 MISS WOLFF , BACK ROW: lack Cooley, Harlan Ho: Vernon Foree, Albert Rittermeyer, R Hall, Ioe Kinsey, James Birch, Edwa Reach. , SECOND ROW: Eugene Ritze. Shirley A derson. Iosephine Pollina, Richard B' ler, Iohn Glorioso. Miss Wolff, Maxi Young. Arlene Lockwood. Olive Mills4 FRONT ROW: Edna Wessing, Lucille Wai Betty lean Howell, Ioe Pisciotta, Charl Beatty, Ione Valentine, Norma Scrimag4 Ruby Diehm, Antoinette Occhipinti. 1 I 1 422 MISS GUFLER 1 BACK ROW: Carol Hanley, Io Ann Arrigf Norma lean Tate, Shirley Henshaw, DQ othy Jean Pulley. Betty Baucom. Cla Pearl Wilson, Nadine Stevens, Re Howard. SECOND ROW: Willie McCormick, Io Lyons, Shirley Jean Kirch, Nadine Lor Mary Ellen Leath. Marjorie Hood, Arle Kirkham, lean Kinnaman, Marilewal Norileet. FRONT ROW: Ioan Allen. Dolores Sweet Celesta Stone, Georgia Post. Barba Bradley. Vivian Ioyce Stites, Ruth Ric ards, Emma Lou Fortner, Diva Sorre tino. Louise Horn. 1 1 1 nnmgnt ACT I tFirst Semesterl Setting: A large brick building at 415 South Van Brunt. Scene 1-September S School starts 14 First devotional 19 G.R. party at Viking Village 22 First Courier 22 N.E. vs. Chrisman 29 First Assembly 29 N.E. vs. Westport Scene 2-October 7 13 13 18 IB 19 21 27 28 30 31 N.E. vs. Ward Song-iest assembly N.E. vs. Southwest First Mixer Printers' Club party "Get-acquainted" party at "Y" N.E. vs. Southeast War Chest ends with 5690.15 . N.E. vs. Central Hi-Y Halloween party Halloween party at Viking Village Scene 3-November 2. 3 School dismissed for M.S.T.A. 4 N.E. vs. East 8 Open house 11 N.E. vs. Paseo 13 Safety week starts 17 Football banquet , 20 Societies elect new members 22 Thanksgiving dance at Viking Village 28 "Finders. Keepers" at Music Hall Scene 4-December 1 T.B. assembly 5 N.E. vs. Wyandotte 8,9 Viking Varieties 9 N.E. vs. Topeka 15 Christmas assembly 15 N.E. vs. St. Ioseph 20 G.R. Christmas banquet 21 N.E. vs. Warrensburg 22 N.E. vs. Ward 22 Christmas vacation begins Scene 5-January 1 Christmas holiday dance at Viking Village 5 N.E. vs. Southwest 13 G.R. formal dance at Boys' Club 18 School dismissed to end semester ACT II tSecond Sernesterl Setting: Same as Act I with spring in the air and everyone's thoughts tuming to-schoolwork. Scene 1-Late January 19 N.E. vs. Paseo 26 N.E. vs. Manual 30. 31 Ohio State Aptitude Test lor seniors Scene 2-February 2 9 10 15 16 23 26 27 70 N.E. vs. Westport N .E. vs. Southeast G.R. Candlelight Ball Song-lest assembly N .E. vs. East "Dance with Champs" at Viking Village Basketball assembly T.B. tests Scene 3-March 3 Big Six indoor track meet 16 R.O.T.C. Hop 22 Iunior town meeting 29 Easter assembly Scene 4-April 4 Mixer 6, 7 Spring Play 27 Literary Contest 30 Spring Concert Scene 5-May 4 Solo contest 24 Senior class day 29 End oi school tor seniors Epilogue-Iune 6 C raduation 1 QC Zz M my 5P012f5 R010 M Q5 .X X wmvk , 1 2?- 71 ALPHA LITERARY SOCIETY -- y 2 i , R , ' -f f .... . B f f 1 ze .- - 1 fr. f f -Q ., fe - . 9-:gi . -5- , . -' 1 , . . 'Q , S A as I, - EA . -if" r E'-'i' Lv, Q r. ' - C Q T ' il ' 4 ' ,.-A - - K , X- -v ,x .. .. 4 K S' . I . ig..lQ1 ' .Q Q 5 1 , g , - , ,: S ..., iifgq X , T, A g ill, g ,.,, A , . K: if , , in ,. s Q, K ,. ., W I . X. . yi ,X K K i d 2 .3 f ' ' ' fs-isiiif . 1 K . x'k' r H , ' 2, as ' 4 2, g - , K. f is if - I ' , is ' ' .e - Q X R Q . .' Q ' 3- -L .. . We '- S - . 25 fgji- I A A X. K L' Q i K Ei, ., i Ns. 35 :r a SR . ,,,.,, - f ,EF -- e I AAAA TOP ROW: Dorothy Anderson. Dolores Antrim, Marilyn Cook, Carolyn Crabb, Caroline Crooks, Virginia Davis, Mary Lu Diamond. THIRD ROW: Barbara Dietrich, Iackie Elliott, Mary Epperson, Sunny Fuller, Kathleen Gash, Dorris Garrett, Hilda Tess- mer. Audrey Giesy. Mariorie Green, Iudy Hagerty, LaVauqhn Hall. Freda Harger. SECOND ROW: Ierry Hopkins, Mary How, Virginia Lanham, Donna Lee, Mariory Lee, Ruth MaGill, Nancy Marquis, Sylvia Marshall, Mary Sue Meyers, Frances Otto. Beverly Patrick, Helen Peironnet. BOTTOM ROW: Margo Pierce. Shirley Piper, Helen Randolph, Homala Robinson, Pat Scott, Louise Stockdale, Betty Sylvester, Mitzi Watt, Eleanor Walker, Margaret Younkin, Miss Weatherman. Pat Barrett, Shirley Beasley, Georgia Boatright, Betty Byam, lean Clark, NORTHEAST SOCIETY OF DEBATE TOP ROW: Richard Allen, Bob Anderson, Clarence Atkins. Buel Barnett, David Breidenthal, Don Brown, Cloyd Chron- ister, Floyd Chronister, Bob Chartrand, Harry Cloverdyke, Bill Cunningham, Lyle Deniston. THIRD ROW: Edward Dix, Bill Petter, Iohnny Fox, Byron Gash, Don Hobbs, Kenneth Holloway, Jack Howard, Tom Howard, Charles Hughes, Eugene Ingalsbe, Iimmy Izzard, Bob Iantsch. SECOND ROW: Gerald Kunz, Charles LaFevers. Ed Lee, Lawrence Lortscher, David McGinty. Donn Martin, Leroy Maynard, Iack McClary, Bill McClelland, Lane Merrill. Harlan Miller, Price Minnick. BOTTOM ROW: Sidney Minnick, Richard Mitchell, Darell Norris, Paul Parker, Frank Richey, Iimmy Ruby, Kenneth Schonclelmaier, lack Sebring, Winston Welch. Mr. Kresse. 72 CLIONIAN LITERARY SOCIETY TOP ROW: Neva Accurso, Virginia Arney, Polly Awalt, Barbara Brammer. Myra Coleman. Shirley Curry, Anna Marie Dee, Barbara Ekstrum. Wilma Hartman, Marjorie Herleman. Ioanne Higgins, Hope I-lilbum. Q THIRD ROW: Iackie Hunter, Barbara Ianes, Barbara Iohnson, Virginia Kalen, Mary Margaret Kerns, Colleen Kessler, Betty Larison, Mary Jean Larson, Martha Mahrle, Mary Masterson, Barbara McFarlane, Norma McMullen. SECOND ROW: Betty Ann Melloway, Virginia Melloway, Peggy Palmer, Iackie Peters, Frances Poston, Io Ann Reed. Ioan Repass, Cleo Reynolds, Edith Scardino, Irene Schaithausen. Pat Schmidt, Barbara Schumaker. BOTTOM ROW: Martha Scrivner, Polly Seward, Sue Sheilield, Dorothy Smith, Ann Terry, Virginia Valenti, Mary Ann Walker. Margaret Weisback, Frances Woodruff, Miss Neumann. BENTON LITERARY SOCIETY TOP ROW: Conley Baker, David Barclay, Lewis Barnes, Kenneth Bondurant, Robert Clore, Bill Cofer, Norman Comer, Richard Cook, Donald Eagle. .Austin Ellis. - THIRD ROW: Frank Feindel, Henry Friedman, Donald Frew, Herbert Harville, Prank Helden, Iohn Herbst, Virgil Iulian, Kenneth Kershaw, Edward Larison, Christophe! Lowther. SECOND ROW: William Marshall, Willis Melstrom, Gene Nitz, Kenneth Petty, Bill Poore, Claude Rounds, David Slusher, Howard Smith, Orrie Snook, Iames Staley. BQQTTISDM ROW: Harvey Tawney, Merrill Toms. Bob Trussell, James Van Artsdalen, Iames Watt, Tom Willoughby, Mr. is er. 73 DELTA LITERARY SOCIETY TOP ROW: Caroline Annis, Mary Arthur, Ethel Austin, Tola Bitner, Barbara Bradley. Carolyn Brott, Maryan Coen, Roberta Fraser. IoAnn Hayes, Bettie Garrett, Willa Gross. Theadora Guinn. THIRD ROW: Beverly Hamilton. Eileen Hamilton, Barbara Helm. Norma House. Evelyn Johnson, Lorene Iohnson, Nadyne Iulian, Virginia Landers, Betty Lawson, Joy LeShure, Wanda Ioy Mann, Lillian Mason. SECOND ROW: Louise Menter. Lois Menter. Norma Metz, Dorothy McAleer. Eloise Morris, Marilyn Morris, Marjorie Nelson. Pat Payton, Laura Io Prather, Ruth Rasmussen, Virginia Scott, Alma Lee Stahl. BOTTOM ROW: Lois Stahl, Ieanne Stinson, Lois Tennis, Dorothy Thomas. Mary Beth Tipton, Ioanne Todd, Sue Torpey, Betty lo Wells, Lou Wells, Gretchen Wolf, Miss Wright. ' THETA LITERARY SOCIETY Qi I .- s . t . X I F . ' rf 1 - .F 1 Q, rv - 3, ,Q - T 5: .gg .5 - 1 . fl . . 9 f - X K -M .9 P . at . T A ' , sw . 'ff y . f . .,,t 5 - , I .l i K .Q , K, E . ,Iwi hh Q Z 8 , if X K. K xx. .. X Q A x -- - . V - K ' " ax, 1 . -'X FS' fc. X ig ' ' ' - 1 . - :P . ex ..... so ' ' 6,,gfff, I ' L ' ... , Lf ,g . SQA as 1 - K . .Q 6 K .. Q -Q . - ' Q. - V if Q s 1 iii 3 . A . , - . . 9 r K it g , 1 A g 2 L-1 , , X, -- K K - ss K is 1 ,. A ' ' . ' l X V 4 X . 1 : fi' is . X - ii it s . I H Q w i H I A w as 4 i - 1 . 1 g F . ' f. , ' 2 .j 1, 1 is- ef V r - 'st' .Q -' K .,., 2 .- P . , . b . . , ' t N ' W ' E5 si - .fri 5 'M , 5 L 3: K 1 W H5- , Q 5 2.5. TOP ROW Anna Achille, Alice Allcock, Anne'te Bascio. Doris Buxton, Lucy Cariddi, Ioan Carroll. Dorothy Colley. Marguerite Correnti, Evelyn Darrell. Dorothy Dean, Helen DeCleva. FOURTH ROW: Rose Marie DeNato, Ioanne McDonald, Norma Erickson, Patty Everitt, Ioan Glasscock. lean Greenwood. Charlene Greer, LaRue Gulick, Carol Hanley, Mabel Harvey. Beverly Higgins, Marjorie Hood. THIRD ROW: Shirley Iohn, Genevieve Johnson. Margaret Johnson, Dolores Karr, Flora Kendrick. Mary Leath, lean Lucito. Mary Mendolia, Charlene Nash, Vera Nugent, Marie Passantino, Rosalie Phillips. SECOND ROW: Kathryn Pierce, Anna Pittman, Norma Plum mer, Mary Pratt, Ianeece Prewitt, Dorothy Pulley, Rena Rice, Mary Helen Richter, Virginia Roberts, Geraldine Schooling. Glenna Smith, Norma Springstube. BOTTOM ROW: Cleo Stadelbacker, Bobbie Tailinger. Mary Womack. Patricia Wren, Melva Saxton, Miss Wolff. 74 DELTA CABINET BACK ROW: Ruth Rasmussen, Wanda Mann, Dorothy Thomas, Lois Menter. FRONT ROW: Bettie Garretlf Laura Io Prather, Pat Payton. CLIONIAN CABINET BACK flow: Mary Ann Walker Barbara Iohnson. FRONT ROW: Barbara Schumak- er. Martha Mahrle. Betty Mel- loway. THETA CABINET BACK ROW: Rose Marie DeNato. Norma Rae Plummer. Patty Everitt. BOTTOM ROW: Ioan Glasscock. Mary Helen Richter. Shirley Iol-m, lean Greenwood. BENTON CABINET BACK ROW: Richard Cook. Don- ald Eaqle. Bill Coter. FRONT ROW: Jimmy Van Arts- dalen. Gene Nitz, Conley Baker. DEBATER CABINET Charles LaFevers, Bob Chartrand. Lawrence Lortscher. Clarence Atkins. ALPHA CABINET BACK ROW: Mary Carolyn Crabb, Dorris Garrett, Romie Robinson. FRONT ROW: Mary Lu Diamond, Iudy Haaerty. Nancy Marquis, Jackie Elliott. 75 DRAMATIC CLUB I-if :-i. 1 ,x 5 S rig" Q' S23 A x Q 'M ' 2 gb Q-. QXXEYN XE S it 5 x S F i , if .1 X if mx f . . TOP ROW: Betty Arvin, Bob Anderson, David Barclay. Alvera Campbell, Iean Clark, Virginia Davis, Anna Marie Dee Mary Belle Evans. SECOND ROW: Henry Friedman. Iohn Herbst, Norma House, Barbara Iohnson, Florence Kolterman, Brianne Lloyd, Christopher Lowther, Russell Merritt. BOTTOM ROW: Conley Baker, Beverly Patrick, Arlene Thompson. Dorothy Thomas, .Glenna Smith, Polly Seward. Virginia Roberts, Julia Pickles, SPANISH CLUB TOP ROW: Marilyn Cook, Mary Carolyn Crabb, Shirley Curry, Anna Marie Dee, Mary Lu Diamond, Marjorie Green SECOND ROW: Marjorie Herlman, Lillian Lanham, Brianne Lloyd, Martha Mahrle, Virginia Lanham, Mitzi Watt. BOTTOM ROW: Peggy Palmer. 77 N OLYMPIC CLUB TOP ROW: Betty Allen. Lillie Baker, Shirley Beasley, Florence Bresel, Iosephine Chirnento. Sarah Cole. Madeline Creason, Evelyn Darlyn. Dorothy Dean. THIRD ROW: Helen DeCleva. Norma Dickerson, Norma Earles. Shirley Hoffman, Doris Irwin. Alice Iackson, Anna Lucas, Mary Luck. Bernice Manners. SECOND ROW: Katherine McCabe. Mary Mendolia, Wanda Needham, Marie Passantino, Betty Sherwood, Mary Io smith, Anna Soulis, Oeetah Thomas, Edna Willard. BOTTOM ROW: Miss Buchanan, Frances Woodruff. SEAL CLUB Y f Q TOP ROW: Geraldine Fox, Beverly Hamilton, Roberta Harris, Betty Henderson. Jean Jenkins, Colleen Kesler. SECOND ROW: Mary Ann Masterson. Anita Parker. Mary Helen Richter, Billie Shields, Norma Springstube, Alma Stahl. BOTTOM ROW: Cleora Williams, Lois Stahl. 4 ' 've 78 PRINTERS CLUB W 'A I -' X -- . . Kr 'Y---in ts-.. X X1-gi-i tw? XL -1- :.,'. - . .. N-' '- 2 2,1 X ' S X , . at--' ' X .a t X - , 1 f- -1- 1 X- f' it EE., S Rt. y yt 1: , .k ,ex . ,.. it Wg., . K WM 0 .K X- EFI-B gt. -w i-X - :FX ew -- - - if ,gvzf X Y 'Xl L. -To C 4 X fi-S -5 1 iii- i. 1 ff-1 I-fi 2533 .- - 5+ ia . - . . - .S r . , - -. - , Q ' 534 XX ' ' ' " X A W? ' K A LX . , - X L is . Y ' , 311 - , Q-t -. , - Sf' f -it 5- --f . .. " Xx -. A , U L- .M ,l tts ? x. 1 t . E- . - ' X K gpm 1.- ff X Ls 2 wt Vt- ..-V ,at 5. Xi- - Q, jp: 7 f 2 , - . gig . Q X 3 -if . - -5- I - - - X , . . .. 1- ' X .X ' " , if' 'Q L L S5 'X -ALP Ky 3 XX . e x K 1. , A . , ., . ., x .E:,.:.. . .Mt me-.X-5 R-f - K V, e, - .,, k it ' ,- NXK-A f - - it Q r r . X 53? . or-N 5 --.1e:t,t-s'?- - : X . 1-if-Qrt ts ift. . . -. . 1- t -X:-e-Lftf. - I 2 f if Xia - ,gs :ze iv 1 . . - X X C- if EX 'ifxflf N - - X ' ' X C TOP ROW: Frank Barnes. Harlan Bowser. Peqgie Bridges, Charles Carpenter, Iackie Cessor, Marjorie Childers, Sarah Cole, Ioan Coonce, Shirley Curry. THIRD ROW: Thelma Eckard. Ruth Ellis. Willa Lou Gross, Earlene Hamilton, Verdi Hawkins, Vaughn Hemry, Shirley Iohn, Earl Jones, Dot Kurtzeborn. SECOND ROW: Virginia Melloway, Marian Pickarell, Anna Ruth Pittman, Grace Procopio, Opal Reid, Marion Simmons, Youel Smith, Mary Stephens. BOTTOM HOW: Elaine Tarhet, Shirley Thomas, Martha Wilson. Faye Critcher, Mr. Kunz. ART CLUB , .... .. .,.. .. . N ,K N 1 ,ey k - , Q . L If-15 -iikli .. ,. X 1 . - - , X X- -Q rl." : Qitlz- QL' fi - A-1 - -X--H. . - - -i -A 1 was gi. .- -. - - . X -r - -is - . ,- Xi C - - ' ' . FX - '- :. -if .. e -. me -5 ' X w e. -2 -- X -s-M - ' if -- -- -- V Xi 1-: riviv 2: 5- X ' 31 'Z axzrrfy ,G ' - ri.:-4--5 -- . ' -- agp "M" - A - X X X ' - X X - X X ., - ---- if - - X- as - - , ': . ,1 "'X R - .5 X- . E Q-XS: . S - ,... .. 1' 1. W. ' C f t - i -1. X. ' .... fi : ' I 2 -., - ' I - , . - - Y - r -, , t, .... -.- .f- - .. t. X ' L ggi - -XX X R55 t fi ,..., IT' fi 5255- Xi ' Vik. " 'X S- - , is -X '- i . ' - Q' - ' P: . XE -. , X - 1 fu sl , f- 4' - ------- ,. --ft, .,..,, ,,., .. ,.,, , - -, 551--..tt . .V ,U--K A i . - et VX X X 1 . 4' -X I X ' :X " ' 5 CS" .C -.-. :X - aj . E. FI.. W- . F. .1 ' - ' .2 f .se - X- -X X ' XX :,- - TZ YEZS' 1 - s . f iat--Q . -. 2-.-Y gi.-. K :f-- 1. K - Lg 23 57. V - -. -K . A 1 -3 . QQ: W 5.-is I .- QS Q , . .. .y.. l . .A... y , .Www f x-Y - I ,Q ,,i, , - at at - Q at 3 .A -5 P . 1, .::. --R Wa g. 5 555 3 1, .vw -, Us K X - -- K Q C x i . 'L-. 7126 J." r:- 15 .. . n fx ei L . S W sf -W 55-5. X is . 335- 'XXF3- .1155 -'-' t :X . .ffl if X ' L -. . as " X 4 l XXQL, TOP HOW: Shirley Anderson, lack Banks, Betty Byam, Betty Carlow, lack Clark, Richard Coats. Barbara Ekstrum. Betty Ruth Elms, Bill Fetter, Byron Gash, Bill Gilson. , THIRD ROW: Tommy Hobbs. Barbara lanes, Dolores Iames, Joy LeShure, Mayna Long, Margaret Lortscher, Patricia Lowder, Bill McCoulley, Beverly Martens. Frank Morris, Betty Palmer. SECOND ROW: Helen Peironnet, Kathryn Pierce, Frances Poston, Mary Louise Pratt, Betty Ponton. Charles Schulze, Carolyn Shoush, Wayne Symonds, Bobbie Tailinger, Ann Terry, Glory Ellin Thomas. BOTTOM BOW: Doris Tucker, Margaret Weissbeck, Virginia Valenti, Milton Wennerberg. Robert Wilcox, Thomas Wil- loughby. Martha Louise Wilson, Elaine Wolte, Paul Zimmerman.Miss Newitt, Miss Audrey Miller. O 79 SENIOR GIRL RESERVES BACK ROW: Mary Ann Walker, Dolores Antrim, Lillian Lanham, Pat Schmitt, Maxine Tubhesinq, Doris Tucker, Helen Forestier, Mary Luck, Shirley Holiman, Miss McElwain. THIRD ROW: Katherine Spotts, Virginia Davis, Joanne Louthan, Roberta Harris, Margaret Younkin, Edna Mae Willard Joy LeShure. Martha Scrivner, Betty Palmer, Kathleen Gash, Jerry Hopkins. SECOND ROW: Faye Critcher, lone Watley, Betty Allen, Eileen Hamilton, Rose DeNato, Betty Ann Melloway, Char- lotte Morris, Ann Ballard, Iean Greenwood, Beverly Patrick. FRONT ROW: Shirley John, Mary Dean Davidson, Opal Reid, Mary Mendolia. Vincie Ross, Dorothy Dean, Mary Jean Larson, Dorothy Anderson, Frances Otto. IUNIOR GIRL RESERVES BACK ROW: Wanda Mann, Norma Metz, Shirley Curry, Anna Marie Dee, Margaret Weissbeck, Elaine Wolfe, Jeannine Mowery, Betty Arvin, Wilma Adkins. FOURTH ROW: Mariorie Green, Caroline Crooks, Louise Stocksdale, Mitzi Watt, Marilyn Cook, Peggy Hopkins, Dor- othy Smith, Jean Ballard, Irene Schatthausen. Joanne Repass. THIRD ROW: Erlene Hamilton, Mary Stephens, Doloris James, Dot Kurtzeborn, Delores Bartholemew. Lois Stahl, Virginia Scott, Virginia Lander, Toby Bitner. SECOND ROW: Jean Clark, Mafion Pickerell, Marie Passantino, Annette Bascio, I0SSPhine Romano, MHYY I0 BYB- zeal, Doris Irwin, La Wanda wn, Rose Marie Meyers, Doris Baqgett. Kathryn Pierce. FRONT: Norma Springstube, La uqhn Hall, Margo Pierce, Pat Scott, Barbara Dietrich, Freda Harger, Audrey Giesy. y BISOPHOMORE GIRL RESERVES ae BACK ROW: Caroline Shour, Hilda Tessmer, Nancy Sue Williams, Myra Coleman, Donna Lee, Joan Phillips, Betty Lou Luck, Judy Pott, Jo Ann Hayes. h THIRD ROW: Anita Parker, June Drew, Pat Barrett, Frances Drew, Kay Sears, Ann Heck, Marian Newton, Pauline Ranallo, Marie Falcone, Jo Ann Reed. SECOND ROW: Norma Allison, Bonnie Boyd, Mary Sue Meyers, Norma Bush, Jacqueline Peters, Carol Cox, Betty Io Paschal, Ann Terry. BOTTOM ROW: Shirley Piper, Edith Scardino, Janet Cunningham, Mary Etta How. Betty Ruth Runner, Barbara Jones. AX, K . K N xv 5 LX K-.X . .N Q ,N. W.WMM if ww F Q f 5 YW ffm S. Q 2 f"' .. ,-" '.', K 'Q Yiggs fiix . N.. . .e NS K is - Lx f VX g Q, ,aww I iw S FE Qxgsw gs S X SS 1'Q:S Q if f RNA 3.35 SN Y Qwx Sagas Q if fx , ' Wig XF ES' ,E x. ,... 3 'fl ' ' ,. wi xx..-.fs XS. X - sw mu f ,. , Wfix , QM L1 Mk A' - S - . ' 3 X L 3 1 X ' I' 'Q 5826 . ex Q N X W exe. m 5 ' S' .L .re 5- , xiii? 5. ' xx -r M - - 3 W ,J . a A HAHLAN MILLER President First Semester BOB CHARTRAND Pres. Second Semester GIRL RESERVES AND HI-Y A ROMALA ROBINSON President JACKIE ELLIOTT Vice-President 82 SENIOR HY-Y BACK ROW: Bob Chartrand, Bill Coier, Ross Case. THIRD ROW: Richard Cook, Ned Bradley, Byron Gash, Don Eagle, Paul Davis, Bill Petter, Bob Iantsch, Iames Rice SECOND ROW: Don Brown, Iack Moore, Earl Iones, Conley Baker, Harlan Miller, Bob Anderson, Kenneth Landes FIRST ROW: Edward Price. lack Selsor, Tom Howard, David McGinty, Clarence Atkins. George McGinty, Ivan Ireland IUNIOR HI-Y BACK ROW: Jack Banks, Iimmy Izzard, Kenneth Holloway. Don Fisher, Gene Welch, Noel Gillespie, Edward Dix Iim Younts, Mr. Mischler. SECOND ROW: David Warnock, David Slusher, Edward Arenson, Iack Sebring. Harry Cloverdyke, Jimmy Ruby FRONT ROW: William Umstattd. Bob Kershaw, Bill McClelland. Bill Cunningham, Everett Corwin, Dick Coats. SOPHOMORE HI-Y BACK ROW: Robert Knittel, Lyle Deniston, George Carson. Iimmy Hall, Bob Chartrand lSenior Adviserl. Lawrence Fagan, David Breidenthal, Tom Barr, Kenneth Schondelmaier. SECOND ROW: Charles Hughes, lack Praeger, lack Howard, Iohnny Witt, Don Henderson, Billy Smith, Lowell Sanders. Carol I-ianer. FRONT ROW: Louis Barnes, Kenny Owens, Frank Helden, lack Clark, Loren Powles, Frank Rickey, Winston Welch. 83 HONORS IN ART i BACK ROW: Bill Petter, Byron Gash, lack Moore, Frances Poston. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Shoush, Donald England, Glen Guyett, Glory Ellin Thomas, Doris Tucker. FRONT ROW: Barbara El-rstrum, Joy LeShure, Ruth Rasmussen, Margaret Lortscher, Betty Byam. Mary Louise Pratt I NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS Allen, Richard Putnam Angotti. Gloria Kathryn Antrim, Dolores F. Arenson. Betty lean Atkins, Clarence Eugene Austin. Ethel Claire Bradley, Ned Richard Brammer, Barbara Lucille chaniana, Ruben L. Coen. Maryan Ray Coier, Robert William Cook, Richard Allen Crabb, Mary Carolyn Diamond, Mary Lu Eagle, Donald A. Everitt, Patty Lou Finn, Donald Garrett, Bertha Elizabeth Garrett. Dorris Mae Hagerty, Iulia Ann Hahn, Billy Dean Harris, Roberta Lois Herbst, Iohn F., Ir. Hoffman, Shirley Iane Howard, Charles Thomas Iantsch, Robert Willis Iohnson. Barbara Ann Lawson, Betty Lou Lee, Marjory Lortscher. Lawrence Leroy Lucas, Anna McGinty. David Lincoln McGinty. George L. MaGi1l, Amy Ruth Mahrle, Martha Ann Martin, Donn Ellis Marquis, Nancy Patricia Mason, Lillian Melloway, Betty Ann Morris, Charlotte E. Nitz, Gene L. Robinson. Romala Lee Schumaker, Barbara Frances Sherwood, Betty Lou Stinson, Merle Rae Thomas, Dorothy Lee Thomas, Glory Ellin Tilton, Bettie Io Valenti, Virginia Margaret Van Wormer. Iris Elaine Walker, Mary Ann Watt, Iarnes Wise Woodruff, Frances Wayne 84 INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE CHAMPS 1945 Buford Manheck, Iohn Glorioso, Dick Allen, Ray Maddox, Ed Lee, Darell Norris, Bill Hahn, George Mills, Pat Murphy Donn Martin, Coach Peters. BASKETBALL Coach Reaves Peters celebrated his twenty-fifth year as coach at Northeast High School by winning his ninth lnterscholastic League Championship. Coach Peters' Northeast teams have also won one state consolation, one national consolation, and four state championships. In winning seven straight league contests, the Vikings were fighting an up-hill battle all of the way. Forced to come from behind many times, they displayed courage and fine teamwork in every game. Much credit must be given to each player for his individual perfonnance. Ed Lee, who was chosen as center on the Kansas City Star All-City, All-Star Team, played brilliantly in every game. Ed was one of the best ball handlers and cleverest floor men in the league. At forward on the All-City lnterscholastic League All-Stars was Iohn Glorioso. Iohn played a fine game, both defensively and offensively. He was honored by being the only athlete in the city to be selected for both the basketball and the football all-star teams. Immediately after the season's finish, Iohn left to join another All-Star Team--Uncle Sam's Navy. At the other forward position was Pat Murphy, who was a demon on rebounds, and pushed in several spectacular shots. The tallest member of the team was Darell Norris, who made the second All-Star Team. Darell was a mainstay on rebounds. and through his ability to make shots was able to grab scoring honors in the league. The best defensive player on the team was Donn Martin, who was a brilliant floor man and could always be depended on to be where he was most needed. f COACH REAVES PETERS 85 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS DARELL NORRIS All-Star 86 ED LEE . All-Star N. E. 36 N. E. 40 N. E. 27 N. E. 28 N. E. 33 N. E. 25 N. E. 33 N. E. 28 N. E. 46 N. E. 31 N. E. 25 N. E. 55 N. E. 29 I OHN GLORIOSO All-Star William Chrisman 25 Wyandotte 30 Topeka 34 St. Ioseph 22 Warrensburg 15 Ward 30 Southwest 30 Paseo 18 Manual 2 1 Westport 30 Southeast 24 East 25 Central 27 PAT MURPHY DONN MARTIN LEAGUE STANDINGS W L Pts. O.Ps. Northeast Southwest Westport Central Paseo Manual Southeast East 0 249 1 256 3 222 3 201 4 204 5 223 5 204 7 213 BASKETBALL 175 166 192 206 172 300 249 303 BILL HAI-IN BUFORD MANBECK GEORGE MILLS RAY MADDOX DICK ALLEN Basketball Managers CHUCK BUSCHHORN DOMINICK GIUNTA 87 SECOND TEAM BASKETBALL , ,, V ,val ,XL- A! 'Jw t BACK ROW: lack McClary, Lawrence Fagan, David Huckett, Iohn Parrin, lack Moore, Tommy Barr, Charles Owen, Kenny Schondelrnaier. FIRST ROW: David Baker, Lewis Daley, Edwin Caldwell, Kenny Broughton, lack Cooley, Delvin Norris, Don Wright, David Tipton, Sam Donnici. Coach Moore. In his first year at Northeast. Coach Moore has done a splendid job in instructing the football and basketball second teams. Coach Moore received his Masters Degree from Greely State Teachers College and for the past six years has been teaching at Raymore, Missouri. 88 COACH IAMES B. MOORE FOOTBALL LINE-UP . BACKFIELD: Pat Murphy, Ed Lee, Donn Martin. John Glorioso. LINE: John Hix, Paul Parker, Albert DeWeerdt, Charles Buschhorn, Dick McNamera, Jack Phillips. Darell Norris. ' FIRST SQUAD 4 BACK HOW: Dick McNarnera, Donn Martin, Don Evinger, Tom Farnlof. Eugene Haly, Sidney Minnick, Louis Daly. John Dinsmoor. SECOND ROW: Torn Potts, Delvin Norris, Dick Allen, Lester Martin, Charles Buschhorn, Ed Lee. John Glorioso, Lee Bridgewater, Pat Murphy, Gaylon Cusick, Bob Anderson, Coach Markey, Bill Hammers, Bob Hill. FRONT ROW: Jack Chalmers, Ed Larison, Darell Norris, Haver Danner. Jack Phillips, Albert Deweerdt, Paul Parker, Dominick Giunta, John Hix. - SECOND SQUAD BACK ROW: Kenneth Carver, Melvin Munro, David Huckett, Charles Munns, David Tipton, William Marshall, James Hall, John Faron, Lee Lutgen, Lawrence Fagan. THIRD ROW: Glenn Prosser, Jack Howard, Jack McClary. Keith Moore, Tommy Barr. David Breidenthal, Kenneth Schondelmaier, Bob Burke. SECOND ROW: Ronald Kenley, Harold Snider, Elvin Riddle. John Smith, David Baker, Harold Holliger, Bill Kep- hart, Andy Fuehrer, Coach Moore. FRONT ROW: Darrell Anderson, Norman Thomas, Collins Dicki, James Younis, Sam Donnici, Tom Gray, Kenneth Owens, James Lawson. ' 89 FU With five lettermen returning, Coach E. A. Markey had little difficulty in building a squad of Vikings into a triumphant football team. The Vikings lost only three games during the season, two of which were by one point. In the first game the Northeast boys showed their ability by defeating. for the third successive year, the William Chrisman Bears. 13 to 12. The Vikings suffered their first defeat in twelve starts against the Westport Tigers 6 to D. The lone score came after Westport had recovered a Northeast furnble on the Vikings' one-yard line. The second defeat in as many weeks was administered to the Vikings by the Ward Cyclones. 14 to 13. The Vikings showed much power against a heavier team, piling up 57 more yards than the Cyclones. After two straight defeats the Vikings suddenly exploded. plowing over the Southwest Indians 18 to 0. Northeast unleashed a powerful offensive, showing much ability in both passing and running attacks. Northeast's second defeat in the league, the third of the season, came from the Southeast Knights, 14 to 13. In subduing the Vikings. the Knights played superior football. In winning their second league contest over a strong Central Eagle team, the Vikings demonstrated a strong line and a fine running attack. There were many fumbles. the game ending 6 to 0 in favor of Northeast. By defeating the East Bears 6 to 0, the Viking forward wall proved to be the best in the league. During the first three quarters. both teams demon- strated fine defensive play, with Northeast unleashing a powerful drive late in the third quarter and scoring on the first play of the fourth quarter, Both teams illustrated fine passing attacks. In the :final game of the season, the Vikings smothered the Paseo Pirates 20 to U. The Vikings dominated the play most of the time. capitalizing on accurate passing and fine runs to score their three touchdowns. Capable and efficient was the line of Northeast Vikings, and against strong opposition it proved to be the best in the league. At the center position was Charles Buschhom. The two guards were Albert De Weerdt and Dick McNamera. Paul Parker and Iack Phillips were the Viking tackles. The ends were Darell Norris and Iohn Hix. The backfield positions were filled with such backs as Iohn Glorioso, left half: Ed Lee, fullback: Donn Martin, quarterback: Pat Murphy and Don Evinger, alternating at the right-half position. I ETTEB Coach E. A. Markey has done a magnificent job in helping to build the high school youth of today into the men of tomorrow. He is indeed an inspira- tion to those who work under his direction. By building a powerful olfense around the "T" and single-wing formations, Coach Markey was able to guide the Vikings into third place this year. Because of the strong Viking line, Northeast had the best defensive record this season. having only 20 points scored against it. In the last four seasons, Northeast's opponents have crossed the Viking goal line only 12 times. making a total of 77 points. This is an average of 3.2 points a game for the opposition. This is the best defensive record in the league. Northeast and Coach Markey can be proud of this record. Four Northeast Vikings were honored by winning berths on the All-Star Teams. Two of the boy won positions on the first team. At left half was lohn Glorioso. the most versatile player and the hardest runner in the league. which is proved by the fact that he gained more yardage than any other player in the Interscholastic League. At the center position is Charles Buschhorn, the most aggressive linebacker in the league. Charles saved many a game through his brilliant defensive play. On the second team were two boys who should easily win their positions on the tirst team next fall. Very lew gains were made through right tackle this year, as this position was very capahly filled by Paul Parker. End runs seldom were successful around left end. as Darell Norris was a fine defensive player and a good pass snatcher. The prospects for next year's team are exceptionally good. Six of this season's starting line-up and two additional lettermen are returning, making a total of eight lettermen for next fall. GAME SCORES LEAGUE STANDING Northeast .13 William Chrisman.12 T. Pts. Op Northeast . 0 Westport ........ 8 East ......... 0 138 61 Northeast .13 Ward ........... 14 Southeast 0 65 45 Northeast .18 Southwest ....... 0 Northeast 0 63 20 Northeast .13 Southeast ....... 14 Paseo ....... 0 36 115 Northeast. . 6 Central . . . . . . 0 Westport 2 30 60 Northeast . 6 East .... 0 Southwest 1 33 81 Northeast .20 Paseo . . . . . . 0 Central .... . . 1 19 71 .Q -'XX 7 m 455 XSQQ - M :S , :xx yi N-21 will W sn , ' 5, Q all x .Ax J H xwgg W 5' gl x gf' gag N S 3 M. TRACK TEAM BACK ROW: David Huckett, Eddie Larison, Eugene Haley. Keith Broughton, Keith Moore, Dominick Giunta, Tom Pott, Iack Chalmers, Iim Sylvester, Bill Daly. THIRD ROW: Lee Lutgen. David Breidenthal, Haver Danner, Paul Parker. Wally Brunworth. lack Cooley. SECOND ROW: Albert De Weerdt, Lee Bridgewater, Dick Yennie, Gerald Wiley, Earl Iones, lim Ruby, Ed Lee, Sidney Minnick, Don Evinger, Charles Hedges. FIRST ROW: Lawrence Lortscher, Darell Norris, Pat Murphy, Don Hurst, George Mills. Delvin Norris, Leroy Maynard. Dick Wilson. Buford Manbeck. TRACK MANAGERS TRACK SCHEDULE Apr. 6 Northeast vs. Paseo Apr. 13 Northeast vs. Southeast Apr. 20 Northeast vs. Southwest Apr. 27 Northeast vs. East May 4 Northeast vs. Central May 12 Interscholastic Meet at S'west May 19 State Meet at Columbia, Mo. CHEERLEADERS CHARLES Buscrmonn Dxcx ALLEN Dorm MARTIN HARLAN MILLER ROMIE ROBINSON DELORES JAMES JIM RUBY SWIMMING TEAM BACK ROW: Iames Taylor. lack Sebring, Lyle Deniston, Harry Sialey, Albert DeWeerdt. Dick Yennie, Jack Praeger. SECOND ROW: Coach Markey, Eugene Ingalsbe, Donald Wheeler, Bob Bisbee, Bob Myers, Tom Gray, Earl Iones, Harold Snider, Kennith Carver, Mgr. FRONT ROW: Bill Allcock. Raymond White. Richard Wilson, Eugene Haley, Harlan Bowser, Vaughn Hemry. HOME ROOM BASKETBALL CHAMPS SENIORS Dick McNamera. Chuck Buschhorn. Russell Campbell. Iim Ruby, Joe Buiia. IUNIORS Bill McClure, Earl Jones. Gerald Wiley, Lee Lutgen, Tom Gray, Tony DiBeneditto. Ioe Piscioita. SOPHOMORES John Smith, Don Cipolla.David Land, Harry Staley, lack Scales, Vincent Abbott. 94 LEFT TO RIGHT: Shirley Hoifman, Betty Sherwood. Faye Critcher. Io Ann Louthan, Roberta Fraser. l Hockey Hockey Ice Skating Ice Skating Ice Skating HES S0 SPQDERTS Merle Stinson . , fa-.ms N Tennis Mary Ann Masterson Softball Mary Belle Evans MISS BUCHANAN Softball E T TO HIGHT: M t Younkin, Ethel Austin, Mary Leggio, Barbara Iohnson, Shirley Beasley. L F argaggitball Table Tennis Table Tennis Aerial Darts Badminton LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Brockhouse, Mary Wenski, Betty Allen, Patty Everitt, Mary Luck, ' Basketball Basketball Basketball Basketball QELRS Dorothy Anderson Volleyball Bettie Garrett Volleyball MISS WOODWABD , Frances Woodruff Volleyball Betty Ponton, Katherine McCabe, Betty MacLaughlin, Elizabeth Huifaker, Betty Lawson, Badminton Softball Bowling Bowling Volleyball WINNING SENIOR HOCKEY TEAM BACK ROW: Betty Edwards. Anna Lucas. Shirley Hoffman, Elizabeth I-Iuttaker. Mary Luck. Mar- garet Younkin. BOTTOM ROW: Bettie Garrett. Betty Allen. Frances Woodruff, Faye Critcher. 98 VOLLEYBALL SPORTS-DAY TEAM FIRST ROW: Madeline Creason. Mary Wenski, Anna Lucas. Shirley Hoffman, Donna Tracy. Reva How- ard. Betty Edwards, Miss R. Bu- chanan. SECOND ROW: Patty Everitt, Bernice Manners. Betty Arenson. Mary Masterson, Vita Tamburello, Anne Soulas, Elizabeth Hutfaker. BASKETBALL SPORTS-DAY TEAM TOP ROW: Bernice Manners. Anna Lucas, Norma Dickerson. Shirley Hoifman. MIDDLE HOW: Mary Wenski. Irene Neiderland. Donna Tracy, Mad- eline Creason. BOTTOM ROW: Miss Ruth Buchanan. Maxine Onka, Mary Leqqio, Betty Allen, Reva Howard. SGT. LEROY E. SIPES D000 Q-Q Instructor MAIOR CLARENCE ATKINS Sergeant LeRoy E. Sipes enlisted in the Army May l. 1940, and was stationed as an M. P. at Fort Leavenworth for one year. He received his military training through Company "K" of the 17th Infantry. On September 29, 1942, he received his present rank. F rom Fort Leavenworth he was sent to Davenport, Iowa, where he was a sergeant instructor. After showing his adeptness as an instructor of R.O.T.C., he was transferred to Northeast. By the hard, work and the time he has given to the battalion and to the improvement of its quarters, he has set an excellent example for the cadets in his charge. We of the battalion wish to express our sincere appreciation for the way he has instructed us, led us, and helped us to attain honors. The Northeast Battalion was the largest in the city this year. lt made a good record in drill, theory, and inspection, but doing this has become standard in our school. 1 ' Q Although under the able leadership of Captain Buel Barnett, our rifle team was not so successful this season as was expected. Sergeant Sipes and the company commanders, Captains Buel Barnett, Robert McCormack, Harold Holcomb, and Richard Allen, are largely responsible for the standing of the battalion. This year Northeast Battalion was commanded by Major Clarence Atkins. R. O. T. C. BATTALION STAFF LT. SELSOR CAPT. MCGINTY MAJOR mxms LT. N112 COMPANY A BACK ROW: Critchlow, Basham, Harmon, Antrim, Beebe, Goodpasier, Murry, Walker, Herbst, Sincox. FIFTH ROW: Rich, Taylor. Gregory, Bott, Seaman, Lerner, Betts, Mangum. Stark, Kobersteirl. FOURTH ROW: Van Stratton. Matthews, Sievens, Halbert, Pic. Beatty. I-Iatchitt. Dillie, Davis, Pic. Fiendel. Hilter. THIRD ROW: Cpl. Richey, Cpl. Davis, Cpl. McLaughlin, Cpl. Ammerman, Cp1.Glasqow, Younts, Cunningham, Smith Symonds. SECOND ROW: Cpl. Barclay, Sgt. Owen, St,'Sgt. Frew, Sgt. Chronister, Sgt. Brown, 1st!Sgt. Hall, Pic. Van Artsdalen Wilson, Pic. Cowen, lones. FIRST ROW: Pic. Drake. Major Atkins. 1stjLt. Eagle, Capt. Bameit. lst,'Lt. Baker, 1sULt. McGinty. 100 COMPANY B BACK ROW: Vernassie, Pic. Murphy, Bolinq, Smith, Wilson. Whitsel, Banks. SIXTH ROW: Harrod. Shelby. Petty. Bolton, Copenhaver, Gautieri, Krurn. FIFTH ROW: Sincox. Lewis, Miller, Pic. Mayer, Cockran, Thomas, Danielson, Wilson. FOURTH ROW: Cpl. Alexopoulos, Pic. Witt. King. Rounds, Dowdy, Lale, Rogan. Martin, Gumminger. THIRD ROW: Puderbauqh, Caughron, Moore, Sigloch. Lewis, White. Pool, Bell, Gwin. SECOND HOW: Sgt. Harder, Cpl. Daly. Cpl. Duffield, Sgt. Carpenter, Cpl. Gruner, St!Sqt. Helter, Ross, StlSqt. Mayer FIRST ROW: Pic. Goans. lstlSgt. Gash, Capt. Wright, Capt. McCormack. 1stlLt. Cook, lstlLt. Howard, 1st!Lt. Selsor OFFICERS THIRD ROW: Capt. Barnett, Lt. Cook, Capt. McCormack, Lt. Selsor, Capt. Allen. SECOND ROW: Lt. Eagle, Lt. Petter. Lt. Howard, Capt. Wright. Lt. Baker, Lt. Cofer. FIRST ROW: Lt. Wilson. Lt. Hanrion, Capt. Holcomb, Major Atkins. Lt. Ireland. Lt. Nitz, Lt. McGinty. 101 R. O. T. C. ' RIFLE TEAM TOP ROW: Major Atkins, Sgt, Instructor Sipes. lstlSqt. Hall. BOTTOM HOW: StlSgt. Rice, Capt. Barnett, Lt. Coler. COMPANY C BACK ROW: Pic. Allen, Persinger, Pic. Swearingen, Edwards, Stucker. SEVENTH ROW: Knittle, Harper, Wennerberg, Swanson, Collins, Johnson. Irwin. SIXTH ROW: Gibson. McLaughlin. Martin, Thomas, Pic. Horner, Arenson. Cox, Duncan, Marshall. FIFTH ROW: Joseph, Pic. Corwin, Roberts, Sweet, McNei11,Hogan. Derringer, Colley. Colliver. FOURTH HOW: Beck. Hutsell, Clark, Martin, Mann, Barnes. Myrris, Tallman, Connelly. THIHD HOW: Sgt. Zeikle, Cpl. Davis. Cpl. Melstrorn. Cpl. Megritt, Cpl. Farrell, Cpl. Snook, Cpl. Davis, Pic. Deniston Pic, Howard. SECOND ROW: Arenson, StlSgt. Watt, StlSqt. Trader. FIRST ROW: Pic. Lerner, StfSgt. Rice, Capt. Holcomb, 1stlLt. Nliz, 1st,fLt, Hnrnion. Isfflt Wilson 102 SPRING PLAY OF 1945 CAST Mary Belle Evans Freda Harger Alvera Campbell Wanda Joy Mann Julia Pickels Virginia Davis Beverly Patrick STAGE CREW Conley Baker, David Barclay, Tom Howard, lack - Howard, Everett Corwin. Every Fam11y Has One CAST Anna Marie Dee Iohn Herbst Dorothy Thomas Conley Baker Chris Lowther Russell Merritt Glenna Smith Charles Parsons SPECIAL ASSISTANTS BACK ROW: Henry Friedman, Iohn Herbst, Conley Baker. PROYNT ROWQ- Mary-Belle Evans, Beverly Patrick, Barbara 104 MUCSHC DEL? LRTME MH. NEVIN E. WASSON MISS ANITA KALIS MISS VIOLET CLAUSEN Band Director Orchesira Director Vocal Music Director ORCHESTRA OFFICERS FRONT HOW: Theodore Guinri, Nina lean Melslrom, Rosella Melugin, Rose Marie Myers. BACK ROW: Norman Lee. Ralph Freeman, Mary Lou Gartman, Carol Hanley, Effiel Irish. BAND OFFICERS FRONT ROW: Marilyn Cool-:,Mary Alyce Harper. Iacqueline Hunt- er. Mariorie Nelson. Frances Woodruff. Barbara Janes. SECOND ROW: Clilford Poole. Everitt Corwin. lack Selsor. William Poore, Eddie Price. Kenneth Schondelmaier. BACK ROW: Don Henderson. Ned Bradley. Eddie Dix, Bill Salmon. 105 Trombones Saxophone Baritone Eb Clarinet to Al Flutes ui C 0 .M .2 Q - H Gi .-Q O BI :E 's O U Eventt d Stebner Harol Anthony DiBeneditto, Harlan Mil- Lawrence Hein- Edwards, David ui as hd as 5 Q E IU U' O 44- 'U N IU ::: :1 cn rs rd KE .J .92 IU -E 'Um T5 o D1 'E o -u 7'-1 -. 'U E O .-L' D ID neth ets Com rs: O 2 'lb ai r: o s: B1 '42 L4 o .. u ..-. 5 :E u O 2 'IZ E 2 t Will ss Clarine Ba rich Oboe un dl ra m rd ll E o Q Li 'E' .9 U G' o Q :Q fu 'U as C1 fu O Iohn Kendrick Flora Margaret Younkin ui ..- .-. .-. I-LJ ca as Ill IJ -42 J: ... H o .... c: :1 D ..-r F- :N E .E P? ai -: 5 5 L5 'U .. IU E O Q .: 0 .-I2 .'!.' In E ID 54 o B1 91 E E 'S as Z .Q o ln ac- bf H IU as D E .M U IU n-t .-T .- IU III 3-A an ..- UI as l-1 5- GI 3 o L' o if U1 .El 5-4 ru .C O E fl! Hog OB Basso Clarinet Bb Lillie Baker, Ned Bradley? Keith Don Henderson, Bill Salmonii, Hoflfenf F-Oren Powlesl lack 591' percussion Broughton, Mary Io Brazeal. Donna Elaine Wolfe SOI ' Ome shook Hairy Easton Iimmy Izzard Ioy Coe' Marilyn Cook' Edward Dix' Horns Melton Kenneth Owens Iohxr Witt Henry Hardcastle, Mary Alice Har- Eb Alto Saxophone . . ' ' . . . . Lloyd Iuhlm, Roy Waas, Hlchard . per, Iacquelme Hunter, Marlone Frances Beckner. Robert Brsbee, Yenniex. Tympam Nelson, Victor Passiglia. Margo Clyde Darrif, Kenneth Petty - Edward price Pierce, Jimmy smith, David slush- Bmlvnes n er. William Umstattd, Bill Vickers, Bb Tenor Saxophone Ray Clore, Glenn Colliverz. Dean Dneclof 3.85011 Mr. N. E. W Wells aa ua A UI ..- M an -Q o Ir. 2 'ES 3 IJ 0 .-1 -X- 0 1-1 O O D-4 William ff. l'Ll ood W Frances Chair 'Solo Drums Bass Violin la .2 P o 5 i a. h Freeman Ralp .E E '41 Z' an m .E uw :1 ... 0 2 IU :'. Rose el' die Oy Ed Director un :S .9 ? .9. W U Robert Carvert, Iames Clifton. , Corneis Anita Q,Ka1i5 Ma An Mary Lou Clifford Carver Iohn Canaday"',Raymond Kosanke, Hitman' Lula GSPSOH- Kafh1'Y1'l Clarinet Claude McCornas, Martin Thornp- 25010 Chair Greenfield, Theodore Guinn, Mary son - Edizh Humer, Leonard Hahn, nf- Cami Hank-BY iiel Irish, Kenneth Kershaw. Nor- man Lee, Nina lean Mel rom Bassofm Tuba .4 IR Q. CCE E9 Ei W ffl E elbert H liiford C enderson H On e D Myers, lone Valentin Rose Marie First Semester Ned Bradley ........... Ruth Rasmussen .... Richard Coates .... Eugene Hendrix . . . Bob Chartrand ....... Robert Clore 1 Marjorie Herleman Q ' ' ' IA CAPPELLA OFFICERS H Second S BBIBSIOI . . . . . . .Pres1dent. . . .. .. . . . . . . . . .Eugene Hendrix . . . .Vice-President. . . . .....Secretary. . . .. . . . .Dave McGinty . . . .Carolyn Brott . . .Treasurer. . . ....... Ned Bradley . . . .Reporter. . . . . . . .Patricia Chatman ....L1hrar1ans.... fCarlo Canaleo 2Ruth Rasmussen BOYS' QUARTET Dave McGinty. Bill Coier Buel Barnett, Bob Chartrand Mrs. Margaret Flagg Q 0 3 GIRLS' CHORUS Fifi I if ,- FIFTH ROW: Delores Bartholomew, Nina Wagenknecht, Kathryn Bopra. Helen Tittsworth, Miss Violet Clausen. Marian Newton, Sue Sheffield, Dorothy Kurtzebcm, Iune Drew. , FOURTH ROW: Norma Wiggins, lane Coulter. Betty Kuhr. Anna Eichenberg. Donna Lee. Rose Marchese, Betty Larison, Wilma Hartman. Georgia O'Neil. THIRD ROW: Bonnie Boyd. Betty Waller, Ann Heck, Marilyn Butler, Betty Monroe, Delores Weber. Jewell Shumaker, Grace Richards, Anna Morris. SECOND ROW: Betty Owens. Betty Miller. Norma Smith, Marilewann Nortleet, Lois Harlan. Dorothy Smith, Norma Allison, Eleanor Swadley. FIRST ROW: Evelyn Hurster. Mona Rogers. Ioyce Stites, Carol Whiteside. Arlene Thompson, Io Ann Reed. 110 A CAPPELLA CHOIR BACK ROW: Phyllis Taylor, Clare Romano, Mary Lou Gartman, Dorthea Pinter. Shirley Hughes, Bob Trader, Dave McGinty, Don Henderson, Richard Coats, Dominic Cona, Georgie Tatham. Dorothy Albertson. Betty Lou Carlow, Bonnie Io Dangeriield. SECOND ROW: Miss Clausen. Roberta Harris, Anita Parker, Mary Dean Davidson, Dorothy Shartzer. Alice Fordyce, Lloyd lenninqs,-Shirley Ramsey, Ned Bradley, Bob Chartrand, Eugene Hendrix, Dollimae Wright, Charles Black. Leah glichenberg, Iune Suiter, Alma Allred, Sarah Cole. Betty Ellis. Mary Womack, Iacqueline Iones, Vincie Ross, Mrs. lagg. FRONT ROW: Patricia Chatman, Eleanor George, Ann Ballard. Beverly Hamilton. Virginia Dods, Marjorie Herleman. Robert Clore, Donald Brown, Evan Reese, Dolores McCann. Maryan Coen. Ruth Rasmussen, Shirley Feiser, Clay- ton Basham. David Davis, Carolyn Brott, Mary Mendolia. A CAPPELLA ACTIVITIES Assembly . ........ ..... O ctober 27 Independence Blvd. Christian Church. . .March 23 Missouri S. T. A. .... .... N ovember 2 Grand Ave. Temple .................. March 26 Open House . ., .... .... N ovember 7 Easter Assembly ...... ..... . . .March 29 Viking Varieties .... .... D ecember 8, 9 Spring Concert .. ...... ........... A pril 20 Christmas Assembly .. .... December 19 Masonic Hall ............... iv! ..... April 24 Olathe Naval Base .... .... D ecember 19 Senior Class Day .... .. Inq, ........ May 25 Broadcast on WDAF ........ ...... I anuary 9 Baccalaureate . . . ......... .. .Iune 3 Elementary Admin. Dinner ........... Ia 23 Graduatio . ...... . ...Iune B MW Q41 A, . wt. S . I l 111 i I EE 31, X N mil-W IX' Q X93 Ok? K Q NWS I Vip. Q III QDHIDORIIHD During this year many brave men have given their lives for the sake of our na- tion. Among these are the Commander in Chief and several Northeast boys. To these we offer our eternal gratitude. D,mM ' MUQLXMAHW WM EQEVWZO Aqmmlgov 118 WH 133 A Abbott, Vincent 61. 94 Abernathy. Ioe 60 Accurso, Neva 73 Achille, Anna May 61. 74 Adams. Carolyn 58. 80 Adkins. Wilma 53. 67. 80 Aiello. Richard Eugene 60 Akers. Fleeta 59 Aker, Lara Mae 53. 62. 65 Albertson. Dorothy 111 Albin. Juanita 30. 66 Alexander, James 1-1. 63 Alexopoulos, Teddy 60. 101 Allcock. Alice 62. 74 Allcock. Bill 59, 106 Allcock. Clittord 61. 94 Allernan, G. A. 63 Allen, Allen, Allen. Betty 63. 97. 98 Betty Iean 30 David 30, 64, 66. 101 Allen. W. David 66. 103 Allen. Doris Jean 67. 81 Allen loan 68 Auenf Mary S4 Allen Raymond 61 Auanf Richard P. za. ao. sa, 54. so. 72. 84. 85. 87. 89. 93. 101. 103 Allinder. James T. 61 Allinder. Marie 30. 62 Allison. Norma 61. 80. 110 Allred. Alma Mae 30. 65. 111 Ammerman. L. Henry 59. 100 Anawalt, William L. 30 Anderson, Bob 17, 26. 23. 30. 53. 54. 58. 77. 79. 83. 89 TH BQEEISCQN Basham, Clayton O. 31, 65, 100, 111 Bates. George 61 Battor. Richard John '67, 103 Baucom. Betty 31, 68 Baxter, Mary M. 12. 17, 68 Beall, Robert 60, 103 Beard. Yvonne 61 Beary, Jack 31 Beasley. Bob 60 Beasley. Shirley 22, 31. 53, 66. 72. 78. 96 Beatty. Charles E. 68. 100 Beck. Charles Harold 64. 102 Beckman, Norma C. 12 Beclrner, Frances 31. 64. 106 Beebe, Lorraine 64 Beebe, Raymond 59. 100 Beeson. Florence 62 Bell. Gertrude lMrs.J 12, 65 Bell. Harold 58. 101 Bergin, Peggy 20. 31. 58. 61 Betts, Richard L. 62, 100 Betz, Patricia 31 Bevans. C. F. 67. 12 Bickley. Mary Ellen 63 Biondo. Joe 59 Bircle. James 68 Bisbee, Robert 59. 106 Buccero, Rose Sara 63 ' Buchanan. Robert Lee 32. 62. 103 Buchanan. Ruth E. 12. 59. 78. 98 Butta, Ioe 32. 66, 94 Bulraty, Ray 32. 61 Bukaty. Stanley 63 Burkhart. Patty 73 Burks, Bob 61. 89. 17 Burns, Bernard 61 Burrowes, Margaret 64 Burrus. lack 61 Buschhorn, Charles 29, 33. 54, 89, 93. 34 Bush. Beverly 65 Bush, Norma Jean 67. 80 Buster. James 58 Butler. Marilyn Louise 63. 110 Butler, Richard 68 Butterfield. Marilyn 63 Buxton. Doris 20. 65. 74, 81 Byam, Betty Lou 72. 79. 81. 84 Byam, Prank 60. 102 Bybee, Margie 58 60. 87. Cain. Joseph 59 Cain, Nola Norine 64 Caldwell, Bdwin 88 Bishop. Mary 31, 60 Bitner. Bittle. Tola Fay 67. 74. 80 Dorothy Marie 62. 81 Black. Charles 31. 111 Black. LeRoy Gene 66 Blake, Dale 31. 60. 102 Bland, Rae Dean 58 Anderson, Darrell 64. 89 Anderson, Dorothy 23. 30. 53. 54. 66, 73, 97 Blando, Josephine 58 Bly, Neva 32. 65 Boatright. Georgia Lee 62. 72. 81 Cam bell. Frances Alvera 33. 64, 77, 104 Camgbell, Russell 29, 33. 54. 66. 94 Campobasso, Frank 52, 59 Canaday. Iohn D. 63. 103. 106. 107 Canaleo, F. Carlo 33. 62. 110 Cann. Lester 103 camf1?1n'1Ijm sin sz 74 ri i. uc . . ggrlow, Bettyy Lou 17, 33, 58. 79. 111 Carpenter. Charles 20. 33. 79. 101 Anderson Anderson. . Shirley 68. 79 Margaret 30. 62. 64 Angle. Falus 66 Angotti. Robert 50. 60 ' Angotti, Betty 65 Angotti Gloria 62, 84 Boiteaux. Jean 62 Boling, Ellen 32. 62 Bolinq. Phil 64. 101 Bolton. LeRoy 61 Boeten. Robert 101 Bolten. Vernon Lawrence 59 Angotti. Lawrence 61 Angotti. Richard 67 Annis, Caroline 61, 74. 81 Anthony. James 63 Antrim. Dolores 23. 30. 53. 54. 66. 73. 84 Antrim. Harold 58. 100 Ardagna, Mickey 60 Arendale. Charles 67 Arenson, Betty 30, 53, 60, 84, 98 Arenson Edward 53. 83. 102 Arenson. Edward R. 102 Arney, Virginia 17. 67. 73. 81 Arnone, Victor 106 Arrighi, Jo Ann 68 Arthur. Mary Elizabeth 30. 59. 74 Arvin. Betty Jean 65. 77. 80. 104. 107 Atkins. Clarence 17, 23, 30. 53, 54. 58. 72. 75, 83, 84, 99 Atkinson. Patricia 30 August, Edward 60. 100 Ault. Don Earl 67 Auman. Norma Lee 62, 81 Austin, Ethel 31. 54, 59, 74, 84, 96 Awalt. Polly Nan 20. 53. 73. 81 Baggett. Doris 62. 80 Bailey. Naomi Maudean 67 ' Bond. Ruth Coleen 63 Bondurant, Kenneth 61. 73 Bongiovanni, Joe 61 Bonville. Bettie Lee 60 Bopra. Kathryn Jean 63. 110 Best, Lester 60. 103 Bott. Larry 61. 100 Bourne. Pauline 60. 81 Bouyear, Kenneth 61 Bouyear, Lura 32 Bowlin. Mary Io 66 Bowling, Phyllis 63 Bowman. Jerry Miles 65 Bowser, Harlan 32, 59, 79, 94 Boyer, Laura 60 Boyd, Bonnie Jean 61. 80. 110 Boyd. Gwendolyn 67 Boyle, Albert 66 Boyle, James 61 Boyle. Kenneth 63 Baker. Conley 29. 31. 54. 60, 73, 77. 100. 104 Baker. David 22. 65. 88. 89 Baker, Eugene 64 Baker. La Von 67 Baker. Lillie 59. 78, 106 Baker. Robert 65 Baker. Wendell 67. 103 Ballard. Ann 31. 53, 54, 62. 111 Ballard, Jean 53. 62, 80 Baney. Mary K. 63 Banks. Jack 22, 64, 79, 83. 101 Barber. Ruth 31 Barclay. David L. 59, 73, 77, 100. 104 Barnard, Bill 31. 65 Barnes. Frank 31. 60. 79 Barnes, Mary Louise. 31 Barnes. Lewis K. 54. 61. 73, 83, 102 Barnett. Buel 17. 31. 54. 62. 74. 100. 102 Barnett. Charles 59 Barnett. Geneva 58 83. Bradley, Barbara 20, 32. 68 Bradley. Mary Ann 64 Bradley. Ned 32, 54. 58. 74, 83. 84, 105. 106. 110. 111 Brammer Barbara 23, 32, 53, 54. 66, 75. 84 Branstetter. Bob 58 Brantley. Orpha-'32. 60 Brazeal. Maryjlp 61. 80. 106 Breedlove. Raymond 61 Breidenthal. David 53, 61. 72, 83. 83. 93 Breit, Iris 65 " Brents. Norma Jeanne 64 Bresel. Florence 32, 54, 62, 78 Breshers. Twyla 62 Brewer. Henry 63 Brewer, lean 32 Brewer. Martha Rae 6,3 Bridges. Peqgie 67, 79. B1 Bridgewater. Lee 17, 32, 53, 54, 63, B9. 93 Briscoe. Sam 32. 59 Brock. MBYDO! D. 12. 51 Brockhouse, Betty 12, 59 Brott. Carolyn Jean 65. 74. 110, lll Broughton, Keith 88. 93, 106 Brown, Anna Margaret 63. 81 Brown. Betty lane 67 Barr. Tommy 63, 83. 86. B9 Barrett. Patsy 59, 72. 80 Barry. Larry 61 Bath. E. Robert 63. 100 Bartholomew. Delores 60. 80. 110 Bascio. Annette 60. 74. 60 Brown, Betty Lee 62 Brown. Dolores 63 Brown, Donald 32. 60. 72. 83. 100. 111 Brown, Frank 59 Brown. La Wanda 60, 80 Brown. Robert 32, 60 Basclo. Joe 63, 103 Bruce. Doris Lee 20. 88. 81 Brunworth, Wallace 32, 66, 93 Carr, Vernon 64 Carroll. Ioan 66, 74 Carson. George 66. 83 Carswell. Be a 33, 66 Carter. Helen 59 Carver, Clitlord 67. 107 Carver, Kennith 61. 89 Cascio. Ross 60 Case, Mary Ellen 63 Case, Helen A. lMrs.l 10.-12 Case, Ross 33. 60. 83 Caughron, Don 63. 100 Cavender. Helen Marie 54 Cazer. Delores 61 Cessor, Jacqueline 33. 69. 79 Chalmers. lack 33. 58. 89. 93 Chambers. Paris zevon 61 Cha man. ames Chagrand. Bob.20. za. aa, sa, 54, sa, vz. 75, 82. 83. 84. 103. 110. 111 Chatman, Patricia 20. 33. 60. 110. 111 Cheek, Lois 62. B1 Chevlin. Kaye 33. 68 Childers, Mariorie 62. 79. 81 Childs, Iacquelyn 62 Chiles. Charlotte 59 Chimento. Josephine 59. 78 Chronister. Cloyd 67. 72. 100 Chronister. Floyd 64. 72. 103 Cipolla. Don 61. 94. 106 Ciro. Mlckeline 64 Clausen. Violet 12. 66. 105. 110. 111 Clark. Jack 61. 79. 83 Clark. Jean 20. 53. 67. 72. 80. 97 Clark. Ioe 63. 102 Clark. Lewis 66 Clark, Lucy Barbara 59 Claxton, Don 67 Clifton, James 65. 96 Clore. Ray 33. 61. 106 Clore, Robert 20. 58. 73. 110. 111 Clough. Madalin 12. 62 ' Clough. Vallera 63 Cloverdylre. Harry 20. 53. 60. 72. 83 Coats. Richard 63. 79. Cochran Jack 66. 101 Coe, Donna Faye 67. 106 Coen, Maryan 10, 33, 60. 74. 84. 111 Coter, Robert 33. 53. 54. 64. 73. 75. 83. 84. 101. 102. 103 ' Cole. Phyllis 67 Cole, Sarah Lee 33. 59. 78. 79. 111 Coleman. Cathryn Jean 62 Coleman, Lottie 33. 59 Coleman. Myra 64. 73. 80 Colletti, Mary Ann 59, 107 Colley. Donald 63. 102 gglley. Dorothy Sue 67, 74 llins. Retzy 102 Colliner. Glenn 17. 60. 102. 105 Comer. Norman 60. 73, 103 Compton. Donald 58 83. 110. 111 119 Gable, Evelyn Ruth 36. 60 Cona, Domenic 34, 68, 111 Cone, Doris Colleen 65 Connelly. Bill 58, 102 Connelly. Rolland S7 Conner, Jerold 34, 65 Cook, Bob 62 Cook, Marilyn 53, 62, 72, 80, 105 Cook, Richard 34. 60. 73, 75, 83, 84, 100. 101 Cooley, Jack 68, 88, 93 Coonce, Joan 67, 79 Cooper. Bill 34. 54, 63 Cooper, Mary Lou 67 Copenhaver, Robert 60, 101 Correnti, Marguerite 63, 74 Cordorella. George 58 Corsentino, Joseph 62 Corwin. Everett 63. 83, 102, 104, 105. 106 Coulas, George 58 Coulter, Jane Darlene 67, 110 Courter, Beverly 34, 60 Courtier. Dorothy 61 Courtney, Bob 61 Cowan, Marion 67 Cox. Annabelle 63 Cox, Carol Jean 65, 80 Cox, Donna Jean 63 Cox, Richard 62, 102 Crabb, slvlary Carolyn 29, 34, 53, 54, 60. 72. 7 Crabtree, Eudeen 60, 81 Craigg, Alvin 65 Craigg. Orville 52 Craiqq. Wanda 59 A Craven. Lee 61 Creason, Kenneth 60 Creason, Madeline Anne 53, 60, 78, 9B Crisp, Raymond 58 Critcher, Fave 34. 54, 79, 96. 98 Critchfield, Dorothy 63 Critchlow, G. R. 67, 100 Crooks, Caroline 59, 72, 80 Culp. Bettie Jean 66 Culp, Ellyn Louise 34, 58 Cummins, Alvin 64 Cunningham, Janet 60. 80 Cunningham. William P. 62. 100 Cunningham. Bill 20, 23, 53. 56. 60, 72, 83, 103 , Curnutt, Velta 60 Curry, Geraldine Louise 60 Curry, Shirley 59, 73, 79. 80 Cusick, Gaylon 58, 89 Cutshall, Robert 6 Cutting, L. Harrison 12, 61 Dalton, Everett 34, 68 Daly. Betty 34, 65 Daly, Billy E. 34, 65, 93, 101 Daly, Lewis 66. 88. 89 Danforth. E. Jimmie 61, 106 D'Angelo, Norman 34. 58 Dangeriield. Bonnie 65. 111 Danielsen, Earlene 65 Danielson. E1Roy 1-1. 61, 101 Danner, Haver 24, 89, 93 Darling. Shirley Jean 34. 65 Darnell. Bob 63 Darr, Clyde 61. 103, 106 Darrell, Evelyn 65, 74, 84 Darrow, Shirley 60 Davidson. Marie 34, 54 Davidson, Mary Dean 34. 66, 111 DRAMATIS PERSONAE DiCapo, Victor 35, 54. 60 Dickens. Robert Lee 59, 106 Dickerson. Norma 65, 78. 98 Dickeson. H. Jim 67. 103 Diehm, Ruby 68 Dietrich, Barbara 53, 58, 72, 80 Dillie, Rex P. 58, 100 Dinsrnoor, John 59, 89 Dinwiddie, Eddie 35, 60 DiRaimo, Donald 58 DiRaimo, Rosemary 61 Ditmars, Thomas D. 12, 20, 58 Dix. Edward 53. 60. 72, 83, 105 Dixon. Billy 58 Dobbins, James 65 Dobyns, Penelope 10. ll, 17 Dods. Virginia Lee 59, lll Doll, Kenneth 63 Doll, Mary Lynn 64 Dominick, Doris 66 Donahue, Roy 60 Donnici, Sam 53, 61, 88, 89 Doolin, Dolores Jeanne 65 Doubenmier, Phyllis 62 Douglas. Betty Jane 64 Douglas, Betty Louise 64 Douglas, John Edgar 60 Dowdy. Bill 67, 101 Downing. Iames 65 Downing. Maxine 35 Downing, Robert 61 Drake, Collins 62. 89, 100 Drew. June 59, 80, 110 Drew, Frances 61, 80 Drew, Mary Lou 67 Duggield, George 101 Duncan, Raymond 63. 102 Ferrara, Angeline 58, 81 Fetter, William 22, 23, 36, 53. 72, 79, 83, 84, 101, 103 Fields Wilma L. 63 Finn, Donald 52, 60, 84 Finter, Dorthea 36. 66. 111 5 Fisher, A. O. 12, 78 Fisher, Don 53, 63, 83, 106 Fitzgerald, Eileen 36. 54, 66 Fitzgerald. Maxine 62 Fitzgerald, Wanda 67 Fitzwater, Donald 58 Flagg, Margaret tMrs.l 12. 66. 110. lll Fleming, Catherine 59 Floyd, Mary Louise 65 Fonak. Rowena 36 Forbes, Floy 83 Ford, Joy 58 Fordyce, Alice 67. 111 Foree. Vernon 68 Forestier. Helen 36 Forrest, Bob Gene 101 Forte, Josephine 64 Fortner, Emma Lou 68 Fortner, Iames 58 Fowler, Norene 36, 59 Fox, Geraldine Joy 61, 78 Fox, Harold 61, 102 Fox, John Henry 53, 60. 72, 103 54. 68 1 Frank, Betty 65, 66 Franke, Marjorie 81 Fraser, Roberta 36, 60, 74, 95 Frechin. Selma 65 Freeman, Betty Jean 5B Freeman, Doris 62 Freeman, Elizabeth 64 Freeman, Ralph 60, 105, 107 French, Harold. 67 Eager, Myrtle 35. 62 Eagle, Don 20, 101 100. Earles Norma Dean 62, 78 Easton, Harry 52, B3. 103. 106 Eckard, Thelma Loraine 35. 58, 79 Eckman, Bill 61 Edmonds, Harold 61 Edmondson, Lara Joyce 66 Edwards. Betty 67, 98 Edwards. Eddie 17 Edwards. R. Howard 60 Edwards. Margaret 59 Edwards. Robert Frank 61 Eichenberg, Leah 67, 111 35. 54. 58, 73, 75, 83. 84. Dean, Davis. Bob 65 Davis, David C. 34, 68. 100, lll Davis. Eugene H. 60, 100 Davis, G. W. 10, ll - Davis, Paul Max 63, 83. 102 Davis, Richard 102 Davis, Virginia 34. 53, 58. 72, 77, 104 Day, Elizabeth 63 Day, Mariorie 63, 81 Dayton, Bob 61 DeCleva. Helen 60, 74, 78 Dee, Anna Marie 20. 22. 53, 66, 73, 77, 80. 104 Dorothy 35, 64, 74, 78 DeHardt, Jack 35, 58 Del-lass. Fred 20 DeNato, Rose Marie 35, 66. 74, 75 Deniston, D. L. 12 Deniston, Lyle 17, 64, 72. 83, 93, 102 Dennis, Sue Ann 61 DePriest. Ruby Lee 61 Derringer, Ray 65, 102 DeShow, Marilyn Mae 80 DeSimone, Angelo 60 Deweerdt. Albert 59. 89. 93. 94 Diamond. Mary Lu 35, 53, 59, 72, 75. 84 DiBenedetto. Anthony 60, 94, 106 120 Eichenberger, Anna 58. 110 Ekstrum, Barbara 20, 58, 73, 79, 84 Eli. Rodell 63 Elliott. Jacqueline 22, 35, 53, 54, 64, 72, 75, 82 Elliott. Patty 66, 81 Ellis, Austin 35, 63, 73. 103. 106 Ellis. Betty 65, 111 Ellis. Ruth 59, 79 Elms, Betty Ruth 22, 62, 79 England. Donald 35. 68, 84 Engel. Agnes E. 64. 12 Engle, Merle R. 12. 58 Enss. Virgil 65 Eplee, Vernan 61 Epperson, Horace 35, 61 Epperson, Mary Lou 53, 59, 72 Erickson, John Wesley 65 Erickson, Norma 65, 74 Espinosa, Marie 35. 58 Ethridge, Irene 67 Evans. Lettie R. 12 Evans, Ima Jean 64 Evans, Mary Belle 35, 53. 66, 77, 96, 104 Evans. Roma 68, 81 Everitt, Patty Lou 17. 35, 53. 66, 74, 75. 84. 97 Everley, Harry 59 Evinger, Donald 60, 89, 93 Fagan, Lawrence 67. 83. 88. 89 Falcone, Marie 39, 80 Farner, Wyonna 62 Farnloi. Tom 60. 89 Fariss, Wanda 65 Faron. John 61, 88, 89 Faron, Ruth 65 Farrell, Jack L. 59. 102 Farris, William J. Fate, J. E. 12. 63 Fats, Fred 68 Faulconer, Maxine 67 Fazzino, Pat Joseph 61 Feasel, Betty 35, 65 Feindel, Frank O. 62. 73. 100 Feiser, Shirley Ruth 36, 54, 66, 111 Fellers, Roberta 36. 68 Feltinberger, Clittord 63 French. Vera 62 Frew, Donald V, 59, 73, 100 Friedman, Henry 17, 22, 73, 77, 103, 105 Fries, Wilma B2 Frogge. Bob 67 Frogge, Lloyd 36 Frohm, Marvel 62 Frye, Mary 64 Fuehrer, Andy 89 Fugate. Donis 36, 58 Fuller, Sunny 53, 62, 72 Fulton, Doris Louise 65 Fults, Daniel A. 62, 103 Gallagher. Donna 36, 59 Gallatin, Doris 36, 62 Gant. lack 36 Gandner, Elvin Gardner, Wayne 66 Gargana. Phyllis 64 Gargano, Sal 64 Garner, Julianne 61. 81 Gzrrett, Bettie 20. 23, 36, 53, 65, 74, 75 4, 97 Garrett, Dorris 23. 36. 54, 66. 72, 75, 84 98 Garrison. Bob 69 Garrison, Joe 58 Garrison, Shirley Lee 67 Gartman, Mary Lou 59. 105. 107, 111 Gash, Byron 17, 22, 23, 69. 72, 79. 83 84. 101 Gash, Kathleen 17, 20, 36, 54, 58. 72 Gathright, Bonnie 37, 62 Gatley, Kenneth 61 Gautieri, Gene 66 Gautieri, Johnny 66, 101 Gaylord. Gladys 12. 67 Geames Frances 37 Geames: Richard 37. sa, 54, sz Gee, Genevieve 63 Gee, Leonard 37. 68 Gentry. Don 63 GentrY. John 58, 103 Gentry. Norma 64 George, Eleanor 37. 66, lll George, Shirley 59 Gherring. Phleta 12, 81 Giaramita, Mary Ann 67 Giaramita, Tina 64 Giardinelli. Mary 67 Gibson. Grady D. 61. 102 Giesy, Audrey 53, 64, 72, 80 Gilbert, Billy 63, 100 Gillespie, Noel 63. 83 Gillespie. Paul 52, 60 Gilmore, Isabel E. 12, 58 Gilson, Billy Sl, 79 ' Gioia, John 37, 60 Giordano, Frances 65 Gipson, Lula 60, 107 Gipson. Marie 59 ' Giunta, Dominick 68, 87, 89. 93 Glasgow. Glenn 37. 100 Glasscock, Joan 66, 74, 75 Glaviano. Pat 64, 103 Glines, Larry Gene 58, 103 Glorioso, John 68. 85. 86. 89 Goans, Johnny 67, 101 Goben, Johnny 62 Gott, Jimmy S3 Goodpaster, Claude 59, 100 Gore, Ruth Marie 63, 81 Gorham, Robert 58 Gorman, Carl Ray 37, 59 Grassley, Edith 12. 63 Gray. Doris Dean 62 Gray, Gloria 37. 60 Gray. Norman Stewart 66 Gray. Thomas F. 65. 89, 94 Green, Donna 67, 81 Green, Margaret 12, 65 Green. Marjorie 20. 62, 72, 80 Green, Marvelle 60 Greenfield. Kathryn 62, 107 Greenwood, Jean 37, 54. 66, 74, 75 Greer. Charlene 37, 59, 74 Gregory, Elizabeth 12, 63 Gregory, Gene 50. 100 Gresham. Rose Marie 68 Griffith, Maxine 87 Grimsley, Dorothy 63 , Gross. Willa Lou 67, 74, 79. 81 Gruner, Gerald 37. 60, 101 Gualtiere, Frank 17. 37, 65 Guental, Fred 65 Guental. I-'reda 60 Guental, Virginia 37, 59 Gufler, Augusta 12 Guinn, Theadora 20. 37, 58, 74. 105, 107 Gulick, La Rue 59, 74 Gumm, Betty 63 Gumminger, James 101 Gurriere. Rose Georgia 67 Guthrie, Don 37, 63, 103, 106 Guyett. Glen 37. 60, 84, 100 Gwin, Robert 61. 101 Hackett, Joan 64 Hagerty, Judy 37, 53. 54. 62. 72. 75, 84 Haggard, Milton 62 Hahn, Bill 38. 53, 60, 84. 85. 87 Hahn. Leonard 38, 65, 107 Halbert. Eugene 58. 100 Hales, Doris 66 Haley. Eugene Wesley 59. 89. 93. 94 Hall. Anita 38. 64 Hall, Charlene 62 Hall, James Richard 61, 83, 89 Hall. Joanne Hall. LaVaughn 20. 53, 64, 72. 80 Hall, Roy B. 38. 53, 68, 100, 102. 106 Hall. Roy Thomas 52. 64 Ham, Jack 52. 58 Hamilton. Beverly 74, 78, lll Hamilton, Earlene 53, 62, 79, 80 Hamilton. Eileen 38. 53. 66, 74 Hamilton, Millard Hammers, Bill 38, 68, 89, 98 Hanaway, William L. 62 Haner, Carl W. 61. 66. 83 Hanks, Willodine 65 Hanley. Carol 68 Hanrion, Louis 20, 38, 58, 101, 102 Hardcastle, Henry 66. 106 Harden, William Paul 67, 101 Harder, Dan 38, 66, 101 Harger. Freda May 53, 62. 72. 80, 104 Harker, Curtis 61 Harlan. Lois 64, 110 Harman. R. V. 12. 65 Harmon, Jimmy 60. 100 Harper, Darwin 63, 102 Harper, Dean 60. 103 Harper, Mary Alyce 67. 105. 106 Harper, Willa Dene 59 Harris. Roberta 17, 38, 64. 78, 84. 111 Harrod, Merle Bobby 63, 101 Hartman. Wilma 17, 64, 73, 110 Harvey, Mabel Louise 74. 81 Harville, Herbert 60. 73 Hatchitt, Jerry 59, 100 Hawkins, Delores Jean 63, 81 Hawkins, Verda 59, 79 Hayes. Dolores Lorene 38. 62 Hayes, Io Ann 58. 74, 80 Haymer, Kitty 38, 68 Headrick, Ben 61 Heck, Ann 63, 80. 110 , Hedges, Charles William 59, 93 Hedrick, Margaret 63 DRAMATIS PERSONAE Hatter. Bill 38. 62, 101 Heinrich, Martha M. 10. 12 Helden. Frank 61, 73, 83, 103 Helm. Barbara 64, 74, 81 Helm, Mary Elizabeth 65 Hempy. Roy 38, 58 Hemry. Vaughn 60. 79. 94 Henderson, Bob 38. 58 Henderson. Betty Lu 78 Henderson, Don 64, 83, 105. 106. 107. 111 Hendrickson. Lloyd Keith 68 Hendrix. Eugene 38, 61, 110, 111 Henry, Lawrence M. 67, 102 Henshaw, Shirley 68 Herbst, John F. 22, 23, 38, 54, 66, 73, 77, 84, 100. 104 Hirfeman, Marjorie 17. 67, 73. 81, 110. Herron. Dorothe Josephine 61 Hibbs. Carl G. 12, 22, 58 Hix, John 39. 68, 89 Hickman. Esther 64 Higbee. Eddie 59 Higgins, Beverly 17, 64, 74 Higgins, Joanne 67. 73, B1 Higgins. Kenton 38. 63 Hilburn, Hone 65. 73 Hilker. W. William 59. 100 Hill, Betty Jean 64 Hill, Robert 38. 64. 89 Himes. Rolan 63, 103 Hinote. Shirley 59 Hisey. Betty Lou 61 Hobbs, Don 20. 63, 72 Hobbs, Helen 12. 66 Hobbs. Tommy 61. 79 Hodges, Annand 59 Hodgin. Marvin 61 Hoffman. Shirley 29, 39, 53, 54, 67. 78, 84, 96, 98 Hogan, James 63. 102. 106 Holbert. Clifford Thomas 39. 63 Holcomb. Harold 39, 60, 101. 102 Holliger, Harold E. 39. 58, 89 Holloway, Charles 39, 58, 106 Holloway, Kenneth 61. 72, 83. 94 Holt. Peggy Joan 31, 62 Holwiclr. Harold 63 Hood, Mariorie 68. 74 Hook, Harlan 68. 103 Hooten. Lester 64. 106 Hopkins. Jerry 20. 29. 39, 53, 58, 72 Hopkins. Peggy 59, 80 Hopper, Ralph 61 Hoppins, Elmer 63, 103 Horan, James 66 Horn, Donald 101 Horn, Louise Loretta 68 Horner, Ray 58 Hosman. Charles 66, 103 House. Dale B6 House. Norma Elizabeth 39, 74, 77 Houtchens, LaVerne 63 How, Mary Etta 65, 72, 80 Howard. Betty 65 Howard. Jack 65, 72. 83, 89, 94, 102, 104 Howard, Reva 68, 98 Howard. Thomas 39, 53, 54, 72, 81, 83. 101. 104 Howell. Jean 68 Hubbard. Douglas 61 Huckett. Dave 67, 88. 89, 93 Hudgins, Jim 59 Huff. Ethel 12, 62 Hutt, Helen Lee 39, 64 Huitaker, Elizabeth 39. 54, 66, 97, 98 Hughes, Bonnie Jean 67 Hughes. Charles C. 63, 72, 83 Hughes, Shirley 65, 111 Hulett. George 58 Humberd, Jack 62 Hunholz, John 60 Hunt, Norma Jean 65 Hunter. Jacqueline 39, 62, 73, 105. 108 Hunter, LaVerne 65 Hunter, Mary Edith 65, 107 Hunter, Stewart 66 Hurst, Don 39, 68, 93 Hurster, Evelyn 59, 110 Hutsell, Robert 102 Ingalsbe. Eugene 62, 72. 94 Irish, Eitiel William 39. 64, 105, 107 Ireland, Ivan 39, 80. 83, 101. 103 Irwin, Bob 61 Irwin, Doris 39, 53, 62, 78, 80 Irwin, Edgar 102 lrwin, Peggy Jean 17, 59 lzzard. Jimmy 61. 72, 83. 106 Iacklovich, Betty Rose 60 Jackson, Alice 59, 78 Jackson, Edgar W. 12. 66 Jackson, Harlan 63 Jackson. Juanita 64 Jacobs, Lorna 39, 65 Jacobson, Mary Ruth 13. 62 James, Dolores 53, 64, 79, 80, 93 James, Dolores Rose Janacaro. Fred 63 Jantsch. Bob 40, 72. 83. 84 Janes. Barbara Lee 73, 79, 80, 105 Jarrett. Louise 40. 65 Jeffries, Bonnie Jetturs, Mary Ella 59 Jenkins, James K. 65 Jenkins, Jean 63, 78. 81 Jennings. Lloyd 40, 64, 111 Jensen. Marie 40 Jewell, Donald 63 Jewett. Jerry 63 John, Shirley Jean 40, 54, 62, 74, 75, 79 Johnson, 84. 96. Johnson. Carlton 60 Johnson, Delores 67 Johnson. Evelyn 53, 66. 74 Johnson, James Richard 40, 61 Johnson, Jennie Rae 66, 81 Johnson, Lorene 40, 54, 66, 74 Johnson. Luella 60 Johnson, Margaret 65 Johnson. Margaret Marie 74. 81 Johnson Worth Carlton Jr. 102 Johnston, Genevieve Gertrude 40. 66. 72 Tones. Donna 60 Jones, Howard 40. 58, 100 Jones, Earl 62. 79. 83, 93, 94 Jones. Jacguelyn 111 Tones, Martha Pauline G3 Jordan. J. N. 13, 22. 64 Joseph, Howarrl 58. 102 Tuhlin. Lloyd 40, 68. 106 Julian, Nadvne 40. 54. 65. 74 Julian, Virgil A., Jr. 40. 63, 73. 103 Barbara 40. 54, 66, 73, 75, 77, 104 Kaiser, Norma 60 Kalen, Virginia Louise 60, 73, 81 -Kalis, Anita 13. 105. 107 Karr, Dolores 60, 74 Katz, Phyllis 65 Katzman. Betty 20. 58 Keller. Wyvonne 65 Kelly, Tohn B. fJackJ Kelso. Lynda M. 40, 59 Kendrick. Flora Tean 61, 74, 106 Kenley. Ronald 59. 89 Kennedy. Louise 40, 66 Kennedy, Lynn B7 Kennedy. Stella Grace 58 Kensinger. Betty 63 Kensinger. Robert 59 Kephart. Bill 63. 89 Kern, Jack 58, 64 Kerns. Marv Margaret 64. 73, 81 Kerr, Jim 60 Kershaw, Betty Joe 40, 66 Kershaw. Bob 62, 83, 107 Kershaw. Kenneth 73 Kesler, Colleen 67, 73. 78, 81 Ketchum, Wilma Irene 40, B5 Killian. Ion Mark Kimes, Dorothy 40. 62 King, James 58. 101 King, Lila Lee 67. 81 Kinman, Bruce F. 67. 103 Kinnaman. Jean 68 Kinzy. Joe 68 Kirch, Shirley Jean 68 Kirkham. Arlene 68 Kish, Victor 61 Kitterman, Jeannette 59 Knight, Byron 68 Knittel. Robert 64. 83, 102 Knudtson. Dora M. 13. 62 Koberstein, Mary Alice 41, 60 Koberstein, Robert P. 62, 100 Koelmel, Archie 61 Kolterrnan, Florence 52, 77 Kosanke, Raymond 67. 107 Kresse, Arthur O. 13, 22, 63, B6 Krurn, John William 63, 101 Kueck. Velma Louise 41. 58 Kuhr, Betty Lee 62, 110 Kulp, Bob 41, 58 Kunz, Gerald 59. 72 Kunz. Otto 13. 59. 79 Kurtzeborn, Dot 53, 79, 80, 110 121 1.aBella. Ioe 63 LaBruzzo, Iack 59 Lacki, lack 41, 60 LaFevers. Charles 20, 41. 54. 58. 72. 75 Laird. L eslie 59. 101 Lale. Horace 58, 101 Land. David Lee 61, 94 Lander. Walter 64. 102 Landers. Virginia 64. 74. B0 Landes. Kenneth Hay 41. 60. 83 Lane. Mildred B. 59 Lanham. Lillian Lucille 41 Lanham, Virginia 22. 53. 62. 72. 81 Lapsley. Martha 41 LaPuma. Annette 66 Larison. Betty lane 66. 73. 81. 110 Larison. Edward 41. 66. 73. 89, 93 Larson. Mary Jean 41. 54. 66. 73 Lasater. Billie lean 41. 66 Lasswell. Io Anne 61 Lasswell. Mary Lou 61 Latta. Robert 41. 60 Laughlin. I. L. 10. ll Lawson. Betty 41. 62. 74. 84. 97 Lawson. James 68. 89 Leakey, Beverly lane 41. 65 Leath. Mary Euan 68. 89 Lee. Donna Ioan 65. 72. 80. 110 Lee. Edwin 20. 53. 56. 63. 72, 85. 86. 89. 93 Lee, Norman 62 105 107 Lee. Mariory 20. 23. 41. 54. 59. 72. 84 Lee. Patricia Ann 67 Legant, Gerald 58. 103 Leggio. Marx 41. 62. 96, 98 Lemer. Ted y 63. 102 Lerner. Tommy 100 LeShure, Ioy 22, 41. 65. 74. 79. 84 Leslie. Iaclr Lewis. David 65. 101 Little. Byron 67 Lloyd. Brianne 20. 66. 77 Lockwood. Arlene 68 Long, Magna Beryl 20. 41. 58. 79 Lonq. Na ine 68 Longsdori. Homer 60. 103 Loria. Buddy Charles 64 Lortscher. Lawrence L. 17. 29. 42. 53. 54, 64. 72. 75. 84. 93. 102 Lortscher. Margaret Laverne 22. 59. 79. 84 Louthan, Ioanne 42, 62, 96 Lowther. Christopher Texas 68. 73. 77. 104 Lowder. Patricia 65. 79 Lucas. Anna 42. 62. 78, 84, 98 Ludden. Doris Jean 42, 65 Lusk. Mary 62 Lutgen. Lee 66. 89. 93, 94 Lutgen. Yvonne 67 Lynn. Celia Elaine 59 Lyons. Ernestine 42. 64 Lyons. Ioan 68 McAleer, Dorothy 22. 58. 74, 81 McAlexander. Charles 63 McAna1ly. Ted 65. 103 McCabe. Katherine 59. 78. 108 McCann. Dolores 62. 111 ' McCoulley. Bill 67. 79 - McClary. lack 20, 53. 63. 72. 88. 89. 106 McClelland. Bill 20. 66. 72. 83 McCluney. Ierry 64 McClure. Betty 42. 64 McClure. Billy Lynn 42. 94 McClure. Helen 58 McClure. Warren 61. 103 McComaa. Claud 64. 103. 107 McCorlrle. Lelioy 67. 102 McCormack. Robert G. 42. 59, 101 McCormick. George 63 McCormick. Willie 42. 68 McCoy, Kenneth 61 McCroskey. Imogene 59 McCroy. Marguerite 58 McCuller. Edna McDonald. Mary 66 McDonald, Ioanne Marie 58. 74 McDowell. Billy 64 McElroy. Betty 42. 65 Mclllwain, Maude 13. 17. 67 McB1wee. Delores Iune 67 McFarland. Bertha Mae 65 McFarlane, Barbara 63. 73 McGinty, David L. 42. 60. 72. 83. 84. 100, 101. 110. 111 - Mtitginty. George L. 42, 65. 83. 84. 00, McGrath, Louellen 42. 64 122 DRAMATIS PERSONAE McKelvy. Billy 61 McKenzie. Dona 66 McLaughlin, netty 58 McLaughlin. Louis nobert 62. 100 McLaughlin. Ronald 63. 102 McMahan. Dorothy 63 McMullen. Norma 20. 73. 81 McNamara. Dick 60. 89, 94 Mclieely, Velma 65 McNeil. Joyce 67 McNeill, Wesley 63, 102 McVeY. Eddie 61 McVey. Betty Marie 65 Maahs. Norma Eileen Macari. Aleyne 61 Maddux. Raymond 42, 62. 85. 87 Madison. Una Gladys 60 Madsen. John 66 Madsen. Mary Frances 64 MaGill. Ruth 23, 29, 42, 53. 54, 64. 72. 84 Magner, Geraldine 60 Mahrle. Martha 23. 42. 53. 54. 73. 75. 84 Majors. Peggy 66 Mallen. Shirley 17. 22, 43. 53. 62. 81 Manbeclr. Buford 43, 58, 85. 87 93 Mangiaracina. Antoinette 65 Mangum. Robert 60. 100 Manley. Neoma 67 Mann. Edward Eugene 66. 102 Mann. Mary 65 Mann, Wanda Ioy 60. 74. 75. 80. 104 Manners, Bernice 43. 68. 78, 98 Manners. Frank 61 Mannino. Frances Helen 58. 81 Maple, Mary Edith 67 Mapes. Grace 13. 17, 62 Marchese. Rose 62. 110 Markey. E. A. 13. 61. 89 Marquis, Nancy 29, 43, 53, 54, 62, 72. 75. 84 Marsden. Rudolph 58 Marshall. Sylvia 20, 22. 43. 54. 72. 81 Marshall, William C. 73. 89, 102 Martens. Beverly 64. 79 Martin. Donald 63, 101 Mgrgirg3Donn E. 29, 43, 53. 60. 72. 84. 85. Martin. George 61. 102 Martin. Lester 43. 68, 89 Martinovich. Mildred 61 Mason. Lillian 43. 65. 74, 84 Mgztegzon. Mary Ann 43. 54, 66. 73. 78, Manton. William Charles 58 Matthews. lohn 60. 100 Mattuchi, Bette 62 Mawby, Nadine 60, 81 Mayabb. Elizabeth 59 r Mayberry. Barbara Lee 64 Mayer, lack 63, 101 Mayer. Iames 43. 60. 101 Maynard, Leroy 17, 52. El. 72. 93 Meek. Earl Lee 61 Meeker. Maxine 63 Maiia. Romona. 61 Melloway. Betty Ann 20. 23. 43. 53. 62. 73. 75, 84 Melloway. Virginia 67. 73, 79. 81 Melstrorn, Nina lean 93, 58. 105. 107 Melstrom. Willis 64. 73. 102 Melton, Ioy 67. 106 . Meluqin, Rosella 67. 81. 105. 107 Mendolia. Mary F. 43. 67, 74, 76. lll Menter, Lois Ieanne 43. 66. 74. 75. 80 Menter. Louise 43. 66. 74 Merrill. Lane F. 53. 66. 72 Meritt. Russell 43. 77. 102. 104 Minnick. Sidney 60. 72, 89. 93 Mitchell. Ricnard Dean 72. 102 Mizes. James G. 44 Moats. IoAnn 65 Moberly. Iasiper Mock. Onei a 63 Monaco. Alice 44. 60 Monaco. Russell 65. 103 Monger, Shirley Lue 44. 62 w Monroe. Melvin 89 Monroe. Nadine Betty 65. 110 Montgomery. Marion 58 Montez. Dolores 61 Montez. Vicenta 44.64 Moore, lack 44. 65. 83. 84 Moore. Iames B. 13. 88. 89 Moore. Keith 60. 89. 93 Moore. Kenneth 66 Moore. Richard 64. 101 Moore. Thelma 62 i Moore. Viola 66 Morelli. Mary 58 Morelli, Teresina 44 Moretina. Marcene 67 Morgan. Iohn 65 Morris. Anna May 64. 110 Morris. Barbara 65 Morris. Charlotte E. 20. 44. 54, 58. 84 Morris. Dorothy 20. 44. 54. 66 Morris. Eloise 65. 74 Morris, Prank B. 67, 79 Morris. Gene I. 68. 108 Morris. Marilyn 44. 59. 74 Morris. Wesley 59. 102 Mowery. Jeannine 67. 80 Mundorft. Carolyn 59 Munns. Charles 61. 89 Munro. Donald D. 103 Murphy. JoAnn 58 Murphy, Margaret Murphy, Pat 67. 85. 86. 89. 93 Murphy. Wayne 67. 101 Murray. Arlene 65. 81 . Murray. Donald 62. 100 Murtha. Dorthea Mae Mussorici. Virginia 44. 67 Mussurici. Virginia 59 Myers. Rose Marie 59. 81, 105. 107 Nations. Ima lean 67 Nash. Charline 64. 74 Nazer, Betty L. 58 Needham. Wanda Iune 59, 76 Neiderland. Irene 60. 98 Neill. Imogene 59 Nelson. Barbara 63 Nelson. Herbert 60 Nelson, Marjorie 44. 54, 74. 105. 106 Nesbit, Robert lean 61. 106 Neumann. Catherine 13. 64. 73 Newitt, Mabel A. 13. 22. 65. 79 Newby. Clarence Miller 66. 103 Newland. Bob 60 Newman. Robert 63. 103 Newton. Marian Lee 60. 80. 81 Newton, Yvonne 59 Nicely. Margaret 64. 81 Nichols. Billy 17. 44. 58 Nichols. Gene Norman 44. 63 Nickel. Norman 52. 64 Nicolosi. Virginia 59 Nitz. Gene 44. 63. 73, 75, 84, 100. 102 Nolan. llene Velma 61 Norileet. Marilewann 68. 110 Nortleet. Marvin 63 Norris. Darell 60. 72. 85. 86. 89. 93 Metz. Norma 74. 80 Mew. Georgia 60. 81 Meyer. Mary Sue 61. 72. 80 Meyers. Don 68 Meyer . Robert 66 Meyers. Vernon 63. 94 Mew. Don Davis 43 Miles. Violet 43, 59 Miller. Audrey G. 13. 79 Miller. Betty lane 64, 110 Miller. Charles H. 13. 60 Miller. Fem 63. 81 Miller. Harlan 23. 29, 44. 53. 54. 60 82. 83. 93. 103. 106 Miller. Hortense 13, 17, 63 Miller. Iimmy 58 . Miller. Kenneth D. 62. 101 Miller. Peggy Ann 58 Miller, Richard O. 61 Miller. Robert Louis 44. 59 Mills. L. George 64. 85. 87. 93 Mills. Mary Ester 62 Milla. Olive Pauline 68 Minnick. Price 60, 72 Norris. Delvin 60. 89. 93 Nugent. Vera 66, 74 Oakes. Dorothy Anne 63 Oakes. Ioan 64 Occhipinti. Antoinette 68 0'Connor. Virginia Lee 65 O'Dell. Florence Anna 64 O'Dell. Mary Iuanita 64 O'Dell. Rena Lee 44 Odneal. Roy 52 Oerly. Esther Lou 65 0'Neal. Georgia 61. 110 Onka. Maxine 60, 98 Osborn. Charles Maurice 60 Osborne. Dixie Marie 44. 65 Otey. Betty Io 63 Otto, Frances Ruth 10. 45. 58. 66 72 Outlaw. Ieanette 65 Owen. Charles 17. 87. 88 Owen. Grace 61 Owens. Gloria 59 Owen. lack W. 62. 100 Owens. Betty 110 Owens. Kenneth 61. 83. 89 Oyer, Eddie 64. 107 Oyler, Wilma Ruth 45, 62 Paladino. Kathryn 17. 67. 81 Palmer. Betty 45. 79 Palmer. Peggy 53. 62. 64. 73. Bl Parker. Anita Lucile 65, 78. 80, 111 Parker, Paul 17. 53. 56. 58. 72. 89. 93. 107 Parobolt. Anna 62 Parsons. Charles 45 53. 62, 103, 104 Parsons. Emma Jean 67 Parton. Cleo 67 Paschal. Betty Jo 61, 80 Paschall. William E. 45, 68 Pasley. Florence 64 Passantino, Marie 59. 74. 78. 80 Passiglia, Albert 60 Passiglia. Victor 61. 106 Patchin. Galen 59. 103 Patrick, Beverly Ruth 17. 22, 45, 53, 58. 72. 77. 104 Patterson, Eleanor 66 Payton, Patricia 45. 54, 59. 74, 75 Pecoraro, Irene 17. 67 Peironnet. Helen 17. 22, 65. 72. 79. 81 Penland. James 58, 100 Pennin ton. Carl 63 Perry, ?acqueline 63 Persinger, Dale 102 Glenn 67 Peters. Peters. Jacqueline 73, 80 Peters, Peters, Jesse Alvin 61 Reaves E. 13, 85 Petersen. Anna Mae 59 Petersen. Peggy Louise 63 Peterson. Grace 62. 81 Peterson, Laura Bell 45. 62 Petty, Kenneth 64, 73. 101. 106 Phelps. Wanda 62. 81 Phillips. Jack 45. 65. 89 Phillips, Joan 65, B0 Phillips, Paul 61 Phillips, Virginia 65 Phillips, Rosalee 45, 61. 74 Pickarell. Marian 65. 79.80 Pickles. Julia 62, 77, 104 Pierce. Howard Pierce. Margo 53. 56. 60. 72, 80, 106 Pierce, Virginia Katheryn 66, 74, 79, 80 Pinkneg L. A. 13. 22. 60 Piper, hirley Louise 64, 72. 80 Pisciotta. Joe 68, 94 Pittman. Anna Ruth 45. 66. 74. 79 Pittman. Madonna 58 Planck. Vi1i?i.nia 17. 45, 54. 62 Plummer. orma Rae 62. 74, 75 Poe, Dorthaleen R. 45. 54, 60 Pointer. Howard Keith 52. 100 Polley. Esther 65 Pollina. Josephine 68 Penton. Betty 45, 64, 79. 97 Ponton. Joyce Lee 59 Pool. Clifford 67, 101. 105, 106 Poore. Bill 59, 73. 103, 105. 106 Poppa. Roy 45.58 Porter. Denny 45 Porter, Harold 45. 59 Portertield. Betty Ann Porteriield. Otis 60 Post, Georgia Ruth 68 Poston. Frances Lorene 22, 59, 73, 79, 81. 84 Pott. Judy 67, 80 Pott. Torn 46. 54, 58, 89, 93 Powles, Loren 61. 83 Praeger. Jack 65. 81. 94 Prather, Laura Jo 20, 46. 54, 62. 75 Pratt, Mary Louise 64, 74, 79, 84 Prescott. Udell 46. 61 Prewitt. laneece 46 Prewitt. Norman 66 Price. Delbert 67 Price, Edward 46, 54, 58, 83, 105, 106 Price. Shirley 63 Pritchard. Eugene 64. 103 Procopia. Grace Glory 63, 79 Prosser. Glen 61. 89 Puderbaugh. Horner L. 63. 101 Pulley. Dorothy Jean 68, 74 Pusateri. Carol Leda 59 45. 63 Quarles. Jacquetta Ann 61 Quatrocky. Fred 46 Quigley. Alma 63 Rabon. James 46. 60 DRAMATIS PERSONAE Rago. Mary Frances 62 Ramey, Marietta Kathleen 46, 64 Ramsey. Charleen 46. 59 Ramsey. Shirley Jean 65. 111 Ranallo. Pauline 66. B0 Randolph, Helen 63, 72. 81 Rasmussen, Ruth Anne 46. 64. 74. 75. 84. 110, 111 Raveill. Ethel May 60 Rawles. Ioan 59 Reach, Edward 68, 103 Reauis. Lena 59 Reed. Io Ann 63, 73. 80. 110 Reece. Beverly 46. 62 Reese, Evan 46. 68. 111 Reese. Vincent Curtis 67 Don 64 Regan, Reid. Opal L. 46. 54. 59. 79 Renshaw, Ieane 46. 62 Renshaw. Leta Faye 58 Repass, Joanne 67, 73, 80 Repass. Lois Lee 46. 59 Reynolds, Cleo 17, 62. 73. 81 Rhine. Bob 61 Rhoads, Mary Ellen 67 Rice. James Richard 46. 54. 66. B3. 102 Rice, Leo 59 Rice, Rena Mae 67. 74 Rich, Howard E. 63. 100 Richards, Grace Pearl 110 Richards. Ruth 68 Richardson. Dick 61 RicheY. Iohn 0. 59, 100 Richter. Mary Helen 67. 74. 75, 78. 81 Richey, 1-'rank 61. 72. 83. 107 Ricketts. Ivan 61 Riddle, Elvin 62, 89 Riddle. John 63 Rinehart. James 65. 101 Rittermeyer. Albert Ernest 68 Ritz. Eugene 68 Roberts, Dean 46. 68. 102. 106 Roberts, Virginia Beatrice 74, 77, 81 Robinson. Jack 64 Robinson. Romala 29, 48, 53, 54, 66, 72. 75. 79. 84. 93 Rodgers Bill Henry 66 Rodriguez, Pete 102 Rodriguez, Petra 64 Roedl. Leo I. 13, 59 Rogan, Donald 101. 106 Rogers, Mary Io B4 Rogers. Mona 53, 110 Roel. Dorothy 63 Romano, Clara 111 Romano, Josephine 65, 80 Root. lohn 60 Rose, Mildred 63 Roseman, Bill 60 Rose, Mildred 63 Ross. Doris 62 Ross, Leon 63. 101 Marilyn Ruth 47. 59 Ross, Ross, Marjorie 20, 58 Vincie 20, 47. 58. 111 Ross. Ross, Willard 64 Roth. Richard 65 Rounds, Claude 61. 73, 101 Rouse, Martha 13, 64, 81 Rove, Mary Helen 66 Rowe. Patsy 63 Rial, Pred 64 R Y. Jimmie 53. 56. 72. 83. 93. 94. 107 Rudd, Eva 47, 59 Runner, Betty Ruth 64, 80 Rushing, Floyd 100 Rusk, Phyllis sa Ruthertord, Sarah Margaret 63. 81 Saladino, Rose 66 Sallee. Jacciuelynn Marie 47. 66 Salmon, Bil 53. 54. 105, 106 Saluzzi. Theresa 67 Sanders. Larry 61 Sandridge. Marguerite 59 Saunders, Lowell S. 67. 83 Saxton. Melva 67, 77 Scales, Jack 61, 94 Scardino, Edith 17, 65. 73. 80 Schatthausen. lrene 53. 59, 73, 90 Scharig, lack 60. 103 Scharig. Shirley 47 Schmitt. Patricia 20. 22, 47. 58, 73 Schmitt. Stella 63 Schmitz, Martha Louise 47. 58 Schmidt. Walter 65 Schnaclrenberg, Caryl 65 Schondelmaier. Kenny 64. 72. 83. 89. 105, 106. 107 Schooling. Geraldine 65, 74 Schroeder. Catherine 61 Schulze. Charles 67, 79 Schumaker, Barbara 23. 47. 53. 54. 67. 73. 75, 84 Schwartz. Mary 63 Scott, Betty lean 62. 74 S ttV' " A 6074.80 co , irgxnia nn . Scott. Wilda Fae 47. 62 Scott. Pat 17, 20. 53. 56. 67. 72. 80 Scrimaqer. Norma Jean 66 Scrivner. Martha 47, 54, 65, 73 Scudiero, Dominick 67 Seaman, Duane 65. 100 Sears. Kathleen Daley 67. B0 Sears. W. R. 13, 60 Sehoum. Christine 63 Sebring, Jack 53, 72, 83, 94, 107 Secrist, Jan 47. 66 Selsor, Jack 47. 54. 66. 83. 100. 101. 105, 106 Selvid e, Gloria Jean 64 Seward. Polly 22. 47, 53, 54, 67. 73. 77 Shartzer, Dorothy 47, 59. 111 Shartzer I-'red 64 Shearer, Donald 60 Shelio, Martha 47. 62 Shefiield. Sue 22. 53. 67. 73, 81 Shell. Richard 64. 102 Shelby. LeRoy 101 Shepard. Arlene 47. 59 Shepherd, David W. 47. 54, 60 Sheridan. Juanita 66 Sherwood. Betty Lou 10. 96. 1 48. 58. 75. 94. 08 Sherwood, Una Belle 58 Shields, Billie 66. 78 Shinner, Charles 68 Shinkle, Kenneth 63 Shipley, E. Dean 103 Shortino. Frank 61 Shotwell. Hazel 48, 60 Shour. Caroline 65 Shoush, Carolyn 22. 23. 53. 67. 79. 81. 84. Shreve, Marjorie 63 Shrout, Laura Mae 65 Shumaker, Jewell 110 Sidener, Billie Jean 64 Sigloch. Lee 61. 101 Sixncox. Bob 61. 101 Simmons. Anna Lee 62 Simmo Simmo ns. Letha 59 ns. Marian 66. 79. 81 Simms, Donald R. 48, 60. 103 Simone. Joe 48. 62 Sincox. Clay 62, 100 Sincox, John 60 Sinden, Beulah 65 Singer. Libby 48. 66 Singleton. Martha Jane Sirginous. Theodora 48, Sipes. 61 64 LeRoy E. 13. 99 48 Six. Marian Grace Skinner. Ima Mae 17, 48. 65 Slusher. David 20. 61. 73. 83. 106 Smith. Bill 83 Smith, Dorothy 53. 67, 73, 80, 110 Smith. Evelyn 60 Smith, Fredrick William 61. 101 Smith, Glenna Lee 53. 66, 74. 77. 104 Smith. Howard V. 64, 73, 100 Smith. Iames R. - Smith. Jimmy L. 48. 106 Smith, Jo Ann 60 A Smith. John Robert 62. 89, 94 Smith, Lee Ida 61 Smith. Mary Jo 59. 78 Smith, Norma Jean 63. 110 Smith. Ralph 48. 60 Smith. Robert Louis 65 Smith, Ronald 61 Smith. Violet Louise 62 Smith. Youel 59. 79 Smock. Joe 61 Snider. B. Harold 58, 89. 94 Snook, Orrie 60. 73. 102. 106 Snow, Wanda 58 Snyder, Jerry 61 Sorrentino. Diva 68 Soulis. Anna 48. 66. 76. 98 Sousley. Lucille 64 Spano, Ralph Joseph 64 Sparks. Dolores lean 59 Speck. Bertie Lee 67 Spencer. Doris Mae Spencer. Frances H. 13 Sperling, Vira Mae 61 Spoor, Mary Ellen 63 Spotts. Beverly Jane 58 Spotts. Kathryn 65 Sprague. Wm. 63 Sprinqstube. Norma 64. 74. so. as 123 Uliord. Bill 61 Staake. Charles 17, 48, 60 Stadelbacher. Cleo 62. 74. 81 Stahl, Alma Lee 61, 74, 78 Stahl. Lois 20, 22, 62, 74. 78. 80 Stalcup. Doris 68 Staley, Harry 61. 73. 94 Staley. Marie 59 Stanneld. Harry 63 Stanley, James C. 48. 63. 100 Stanton. Thomas 61 Stark, Richard 61, 100 Starr, Robert GS, 103 Stebner, Gene 60, 64. 81 Stebner. Harold 106 Stephens. Mary 20. 58. 79. 80 Sterns, Betty Jean 59, 61 Stevens, Herbert R. 48, 60. 100 Stevens. Nadine 68 Stevens. Rosemary 48. G4 Stevenson, Lolaverne 66 Stewart, Nellie A. 13. 65 Still. Rodney 61 Stinson, Donna 61 Stinson, Jeanne 65, 74 Stinson. Merle 48. 59. 84, 96 Stirton, Don 61 Stites, Vivian Joyce 68, 110 Stockdale, Louise 20. 65. 80 Stoerger, Joanne B5 Stoeger, Margaret 65 Stone, Celesta Irene 68 Stonerock, George B0 Stovall, Lois 67 Straight. Anthony 61 Strawn. Kay 59, 81 Strodtman. Winita 59 Stucker, Charles L. 61. 102 Stucker, Venus 48, 60 ' Stump, Deloris 67 Suiter. June 65. 111 Sullard. Ray 61. 106 Sullivan. Rebecca Ann Summers, Elizabeth F. 13, 60 Swadley. Eleanor 60, 110 Swain, Helen 65 Swanson, John 48, 61. 102 Swearingen. Kenneth 60. 102 Sweet. Jack 63, 102 Sweezy. Dolores 68 Swift. Betty Jean 65. 81 Sylvester, Betty Jo 66. 72. 81 Sylvester, James R. 62, 93 Symonds. Wayne A. 49, 54, 66. 79. 100 Tatlinger, Bobbie 67, 74. 79, 81 Tallman, Kenneth York 47, 63. 102 Tambutello, Catherine 63 Tamburello. Vita 49, 65. 98 Tarbet. Elaine 62. 79 Tate, Norma Jean 68 Tatham, Georgie 49. 68, 111 Tawney. Harvey E. 49. 64, 73 Taylor. Anna Maxine 58 Conrad C 62 Taylor. . Taylor. James 64. 94 Taylor. loan 62 Taylor. Nozene 61 Taylor, Phyllis 64. 81. 111 Taylor, Ralph 62. 100 Taylor, Rosetta 49. 66 Taylor, Sallie Mae 49 Templeton. Evelvn 62, Bl Tennis, Lois 49, 54. 66. 74 Terry. Ann 67, 73. 79. 80 Tessmer, Hilda Ruth 64. 72, 80 Testerman, Billie Jeane 62 Thixton, Joan 59 Thomas, Claudine 87g 81 Thomas,Dorothv 29, 43, 53, 54. 66, 74, 84. 104 ' 75, 77. Thomas Glory Ellin 49, 65. 79. B4 Thomas. Jess Donald 65. 101 Thomas, J. R. 64. 102 Thomas. Mary Ellen 65 Thomas, Norman 67. 89 Thomas. Oeetah Pauline 78 Thomas. Shirley 49, 66. 79 Thompson. Jack 67 Thompson, Martin 107 Thompson, Rhea Arlene 49, 84, 77, 110 124 DRAMATIS PERSONAE Thompson, Marian 63 Thompson, Roy Lee 59 Thorp. Melba Lou 65 Thurber, Judy 49, 53, 62 Thurman. Carl 49 Thurman. Rosalie B3 Tilton. Bettie Io 49, 66. 84 Tipton, David 60. 88. 89 Tipton. Mary Beth Sl, 74 Tittsworth, Helen 110 Todd, Joanne 49, 66. 74 Totall. Conrad 66 Toms, Merrill 65. 73 Torpey, Sue 65. 74 Towles. Bob 65 Townes, Bill 49, 60 Townley, Donna 63 Tracy, Donna 50. 56, 98. 106 Trader, Bob 50. 66, 102. 111 Trader, Edward 64, 101 Trimble, Ruqus Richard 83 Trussell, Bob 53. 59, 73, 103 Tubbesing, Maxine 17. 50, 54, 65 Tucker, Doris Mae 50. 61. 74, 79 Tucker, Lois K. 50, 67 Tully, Richard 50, 63 Tyler, Alice Elaine 61 Umstattd, William 58. 83. 106 Valenti. Virginia 50. 53. 66. 73. 79. 84 Vanlirtsdalen, James 50. 73. 75, 100 VanArtsdalen, Margaret 66 VanBibber, Virginia 63 Valentine, Ione 68. 107 VanSandt, Barbara 63 Vansickle, Betty Ann 65 Vanslyke. Della Mae 50. 58 VanStratten. Leland 63 Vanstratten. Ernest Jr. 64. 100 VanWormer, Iris 50, 60. 84 VanWye, Walter 58 Vaughn, Esther Mae 50 Vernassie. George 66. 101 Vickers, Billy 60, 106 Vivona. Ross H. 65 Vochatzer, Delores 59 Waas, Roy C. 60, 106 Waddell. Ronald 58 Wade. Betty Lenora 63 Wade, Doris Arlene 67 Wagenknecht, Nina 110 Walker, Clyde 50, 65, 100 Walker, Eleanor 67, 72 Walker, Gene 64, 101 Walker, John 59. 103 Walker, NLT? Ann 23. 29, 50, 53. 54. 66. 73. 75. Walker, Kenneth 60 Waller. Bettie 62. 110 Walters. Donald E. 64 Walton. Martha 50, 62 Ward. Lucille 68 Warlord. Louis 67. 101 Warnock. David 60. 83. 103 Washburn. Virginia 81 Wasson, Martha M. 13. 17, 67 Watley. lone 50. 53. S6 Wasson, Nevin E. 13. 61. 105. Watt. James Wise 17. 50. 58. 84, 102 Watt. Mitzi Ann 22. 53, 56, 60. 72, 80 Watts, Charles 65, 73 Watts. Oleta 67 Weatherman, Winitred 13. 16, 72 Weaver, Beulah Mae 50. 68 Weaver, Gertrude 13. 17, 60 Weaver. William Webb, J. R. 58, 101 Weber. Dolores 20. 50. BS. 110 Weir. June M. 60 Weir. Margie 62 Wggssggck, Margaret Louise 53. 65, 73. Welch, Arthur Lee 51, 56 Welch. Betty 59 Welch, Bill 64. 103 - 106 Welch. Byron E. 51, 53, 54. 80, Welch. Gene 51. 58. 83 Welch, Winston 61, 72, 83, 107 Welker. Betty Lou 66 Wells. Betty Jo 65, 74. 81 Wells. Lee 63. 106 Wells, Lou 64, 74, 106 Wendleton, Eva Dean 63 101 l l Wennerberg. Marvin D. 22, 60, 102 Wennerberg, Milton 50, 65. 79 Wenski. Dorothy 51, 62 Wenski. Mary 51, 62, 97, 98 Wesenberg. Doris 67 Wessing, Edna May 68 Wheeler, Ronald W. 61. 94. 103 Whetsel. LeRoy 68. 101 Whisamore, Allen T. 13, 62 White. Howard 51. 63, 94 White, LeRoy 101 White, Nelda 61 White, Raymond 65 White, Welda 62 Whiteman, Paul 64 Whiteside. Carol Jean 110 Wiqgans. Norma Jean 81, 110 Wilcox. Robert 61. 79 Wilcos. Roy William 61 Wiley, Gerald 51, 66. 93, 94 Wilhelm. Inie Lou Willard, Edna May 65, 78 Williams, Anna Margaret 60 Williams. Cleora Ann 67, 78 Williams, Don 58 illiams Eugene 51. 67 W . Williams. Nancy Sue 65, 80 Williams. Norma Lee 65 Williams Willis, Willis. . Ralph 61 John 51. 62 Ralph 67 Willoughby, Thomas L. 59, 73, 79, 103 Wilson Wilson Clara Pearl 68 :Donald 51. so, 101. 102 Wilson, James Thomas 100 Wilson. Marjorie Estelle B2 Wilson Martha Louise 51, 59, 79 witsoni Richard 51, so. ss. 94 Wilson windha Robert 66. 101 Windhausen, Joe 61 Winfrey. luanita 87 Wingo, Ronald Carl 61 Winkler, Roy Keith 61 Winner, Marion 63, 81 Witt. lohn H. 67, 83. 101, 106 Witter. Wolfe. Bob 64 Elaine 65. 79, 80. 106 Wolff. Sara 13. 68, 74 Wolf. Gretchen Marie 17. 60. 74 Woltley. Doris Jacqueline 51, 59 Womack, Mary 59. 74. 111 Wooden, Frances Pauline 51, 59 'Woodruii, Frances 51. 54, 62, 73. 96. SB. 105, 106 Woods Betty Woodward. Josephine 13 Woodworth. Jo Ann 67 Workman. Charles 64 Wormington, Carolyn 65 Worminqton. Georae 51 Wren. Patricia 62. 74 Wright Wright Dollie Mae 51. 65. 111 I Elizabeth so Wright, lrma 13, 61. 74 Wright. James Ivan 64 Wriaht. Richard 52. 62, 101 Wutke, LaRee 65 Wutke. Loraine 83 Wyatt, Evelyn 64 Wylie. Peggy 62 Yennie, Richard 52. 58, 93. 106 Young. Marjorie 68 Younkin. Margaret 20. SB. 72. 96, Younts. James L. 61. 83, 89, 100 Zeikle Clarence C. 102 Zevecke, Margaret Ann S3 Zimmerman, Dale 52, 61 Zimmerman. Paul C. 22, 67, 79 Zumwalt, Don 63 l usen, Charlotte Elizabeth 66 78, 84. 98. 106 Q-l,4f07mJQA, kfiw O! fQf97lf f' 7 MMQX 5 W 1' 1 ff WQQWZVQ 4 , PW ' Myfy mWWwW?wQ Mgmywwwb ffifwfgwywijwfw MW MW ,f l J , x 52? nfjllfwjifgfy wif W is M 155 oQf4W ' ' ZMW M3 Q3 ggwmww EQ gs EMM 5,135 N N gk 5 W 5 13559 SESQW fffgjfb may f ff? W My ff! M K EQQZWW M rf! Jw MW - 'I WMWQWM EMWM WW?'0y 251 Muikww l vff Qi ' J' WMM Igwwpjifwf F 1 , I, fV.,,,t ' OW Q22 '32-2-fp in dQV7'Ym' A ggilgggfwim M,g, w'Q,,, Qfwiy-WSW J W Q qi Mximgif Ikjwoy ' A, fsa::'acw::wa:f,af1:1':. ww' ums:fam' w1g:xaf .. . L-. Ea u E12 4 , 'FCi6Mtg:G,i":wf Q1 Q 5, . ,fa X '25 Cf, M SQ f '2502 X ,QQ Qfx TQQLQ ff V Z, 31 -1?Z' 1g A K N1 ,ga '5,.!w?1,:, X ug ,ig Q QM Qin x +P i X 1 mga CLC K J gl YN 2 C-L at J I pi A of ftp gk? f X57 I TC A CQ Clk P4 . .-1 L -1' - I' 554' , - . I EU, QP, QQ :ff il Ss ' I-Luft .,, , Q , N my il! u, fa I X if X W, f VM? 1 K X i':5"3: V H , 1 if yljCfW ff JR! gif gf 'VMY C 11 :'.A,,,.E XN - M 'wx K ' A :.42,f'.1'3 . - 313117. K L 7 .aw X Hiidfi' gzigw . I A '. x X U5 1 NA ' 12255311- X jlgg. f Xjx Q4 . , . If. ' F53 if' 151 ji1i 5' iH?1'f',1:f fi .V :- 1 -4? , ',g:jv.: m'QffAi':f 235315 . .":,f' 1 '!7fY31',j?. . W . IZA W , ? 151331-hs? - ' FXS!!-,155 'faq-: fef i 159552 W, E?-'L I


Suggestions in the Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO) collection:

Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO) online yearbook collection, 1942 Edition, Page 1

1942

Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO) online yearbook collection, 1943 Edition, Page 1

1943

Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO) online yearbook collection, 1944 Edition, Page 1

1944

Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO) online yearbook collection, 1946 Edition, Page 1

1946

Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO) online yearbook collection, 1947 Edition, Page 1

1947

Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Page 1

1948

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.