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

 - Class of 1951

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The anticipation you felt as school began anew in September . . . the roar of the crowd as the Viking teams rushed out to meet their opponents . . . the everyday classroom activi- ties . . . that panorama of faces around you in assembly . . . the lunchroom line that seemed never to grow shorter . . . your feeling of pride as the Band marched in their new uniforms . . . the good times you had at the annual Fairy- land picnic . . . your Friday evenings at Vik- ing Village . . . the seniors' mixed feelin s t a commencement time . . . and the laging friendships made at Northeast-these are some of the memories that will linger with you. ln the hope that you may recall this year as a pleacsiant part of your life, we have attempted to r ' ' ' p o uce in pictures a lasting record of your many experiences at Northeast in 1950-'5l. contents book one education faculty homerooms juniors seniors book two application student council publications societies clubs book three recreation music dramatics r. o. t. c. sports 8 -12 14-24 27 28-55 60-61 62-65 66-69 70-77 82-87 88-91 92-96 98-109 faculty homerooms juniors seniors ook 3-Q 'SF 'xnxx n x -s...,,,, Q-"mn" """'-M-.W , , , ,,,f,f,..,..,.-,ffww f f ff 4 'dvi MF Mr. G. W. sesses a subtl ministrative Laughlin in hi gh-school Q the busiest known by scared sopho MR. J. L. LAUGHLIN, Principal Another school year has come to an end under the skillful leadership of our Principal, Mr. L. Laughlin. Patrons, students and teachers find Mr. Laughlin to be a fair-minded, tolerant, friendly man, with a genuine understanding of young people and their many problems. The community is fortunate to have such an able executive to play the lead- ing role in providing the boys and girls of Northeast High School With a thorough education. EA Privzcijml :ome to an ship of our n. Patrons, r. Laughlin it, friendly tanding of f problems. te to have y the lead- 's and girls rl with a ...... ... ...,,M, MR. G. W. DAVIS Vice-Prilzciprzl Mr. G. W. Davis, vice-principal, pos- sesses a subtle sense of humor and ad- ministrative ability. He assists Mr. Laughlin in all the varied duties of high-school leadership. Perhaps one of the busiest persons in school, he is known by every student from the scared sophomore to the smug senior. l -S MISS HELEN JOHNSON Miss Johnson endeavors to be a true counselor to the students by encourag- ing them to come to her with all their problems. Besides helping them to make adjustments in school programs, she advises them on the selection of a col- lege, helps them to secure scholarships, and guides them in the choice of a vo- cation. Through the use of a standard testing program, she Works hard to keep the scholastic achievements of Northeast graduates high. 9 teaching staff provides 10 interestin Nolan Alexander Science Ellis B. Babbit Science Annabelle Bailey Commerce Mary Baxter Mathematics Gertrude Bell Spanish Ruth Catherine Biggerstaff Physical Education Clara Boulton Mathematics Louanna Burton Homemaking Martha Lee Cain Vocal Music George Calvert Chemistry N anabel Cassell Speech Violet M. Clausen Vocal Music Madalin Clough Commerce D. L. Deniston Science Thomas Ditmars Newswriting-Commerce Sgt. Emory L. Duncan R. O. T. C. Merle R. Engle Woodwork Lettie L. Evans English Margaret Flagg Accompanist Gladys Gaylord Social Studies Phleta Gherring Homemaking Isabel E. Gilmore English Edith Grassley Social Studies Margaret C. Green Homemaking educa' Elizabeth Gregoi Commerce Augusta Guiler Homemaking R. V. Harman Social Studies Kenneth Hawtho Physical Educa Fred Heine Bookkeeping Martha M. Heinri Registrar Harriette S. Hend Family Living Lucille Hensley Physical Educa Ioseph W. Hollis Science Lucile Hollis Commerce Charles H. Huhn Physical Educa Courtney M. Iackq Social Studies E. W. I ackson Drafting Mary Ruth Iacobs Commerce Ioseph Henry Ien: Engineer-Custo Edna Mary I ohanr Librarian Clifton E. Iohnson English-Driver l George Keenan Orchestra Arthur O. Kresse English O. W. Kunz Graphic Arts Bernice Marie Ligl Nurse Arthur K. Longfellf English E. A. Markey Physical Educai Audrey G. Miller Art erestin exander e Ebbit .e Bailey E!'Ce :ter natics Bell h terine Biggerstaif al Education Llton atics urton raking ee Cain llusic alvert LUY Iassell Clausen lusic Ilough rce SlOIl itmars riting-Commerce y L. Duncan C. lngle ork VBIIS 'lagg vanist tylord tudies erring aking Gilmore sley ludies I. Green :king educational experiences for the Elizabeth Gregory Commerce Augusta Guiler Homemaking R. V. Harman Social Studies Kenneth Hawthome Physical Education Fred Heine Bookkeeping Martha M. Heinrich Registrar Harriette S. Henderson Family Living Lucille Hensley Physical Education Ioseph W. Hollis Science Lucile Hollis Commerce Charles H. Huhn Physical Education Courtney M. Jackson Social Studies E. W. Iackson Drafting Mary Ruth Iacobson Commerce Ioseph Henry Iennings Engineer-Custodian Edna Mary Iohannaber Librarian Clifton E. Iohnson English-Driver Education George Keenan Orchestra Arthur O. Kresse English O. W. Kunz Graphic Arts Bernice Marie Light Nurse Arthur K. Longfellow English E. A. Markey Physical Education Audrey G. Miller Art K 1 1 students of northeast high school Capt. Frank W. Sellmyer R. O. T. C. L. Hortense Miller Psychology-Careers First Sgt. Archie Morris R. O. T. C. Catherine Neumann Social Studies Mabel A. Newitt Art Gertrude H. Redmond Cafeteria Manager I. E. Reese Social Studies Leo I. Roedl Co-ordinator Mildred Roth Secretary Master Sgt. Derald L. Schaetier R. O. T. C. W. R. Sears Social Studies Clifford L. Sims Metals Frances H. Spencer English Nellie Agatha Stewart Human Science Elizabeth F. Summers English Ruth E. Thompson Social Studies Alma L. Wade Mathematics Martha M. Wasson English-Social Studies Nevin E. Wasson Band-Social Studies Leonard I. Western Speech-English Allen T. Whisamore Science During th sponsored t fight against Help, and h Coach E. enlivened th discussion, P. T. A.?" W ders' Day Nights mem on the became Past presidents- mon, Mrs. V. W Harry Kem-reti Homemade cake. 1 i Miller 'gy-Careers rchie Morris Jeumann .rdies 'ewitt . Redmond Manager :dies 1 ator th r Derald L. Schaeffer n xdies Sims Spencer ima Stewart ience Summers rmpson ldies de tics 'Vasson ocial Studies : sson al Studies estem glish lSaI11OI6 maunmmmmswf... .nl--inli '---- W wfff' ' p. t. a. is a 'gfamily affair" in 1951 l During the 1950-'51 school year, the P. T. A. sponsored tuberculosis tests, sold seals for the fight against T.B. and cancer, sewed for Mutual Help, and held many night meetings. Coach E. A. Markey's Men's Activity Night enlivened the Ianuary meeting, While a panel discussion, "What do you know about your P. T. A.?" was featured at the February Foun- ders' Day meeting. At the Family Museum Nights, members of the P. T. A. had gay times on the treasure hunts, made guided tours, and became better acquainted with each other. Because of these many interesting group ac- tivities during the year, the Northeast P. T. A. was indeed a "family affair" in 1951. President ............ First Vice-President ..... Second Vice-President. . Third Vice-President .... Recording Secretary .... Corresponding Secretary .... Treasurer .............. Auditor .... Historian .... ....Mrs. M. C. Hobbs .......M1s. Dan Fults .Mrs. I. E. Henderson ...Mrs. Gertrude Bell .. ..... Mrs. Louis Porter . . . .Mrs. F. W. lergins . . . .Mrs. Frank Maret . . . .Mr. Fred Heine .. . .Mrs. D. M. Myers i Past presidents-Mrs. I. S. Palmer, Mrs. Theron A. Red- Dr. G. Dewey Smith leads panel discussion on "What do mon, Mrs. V. W. Hollopeter, Mrs. I. L. Tarbet, and Mrs. you know about your P.T.A.? Harry Kern-return for Founders' Day. Homemade cakes and hot coffee appeal to everyone at Mrs. Frank Maret reads treasurer's report while recording the Founders' Day Tea. secretary, Mrs. Louis Porter, takes notes. 13 democracy stressed in homeroom period "There goes the bell to end homeroom." Why do we devote twenty minutes of every busy school day to homeroom? One answer is that this period presents an excellent op- portunity to train students in democratic pro- cedures. Here ofiicers are elected, informative bulletins are read and discussed, and con- tributions tor charity drives are collected. Also, elections for Student Council president and for the All-City Student Day officers are held -N Xi' 1 twffffitt li-dl u cl YT' 4 1 .1 1 M I Wi. r-'N in a democratic manner. Periodically programs for special occasions and holidays are given for the training as Well as for the enjoyment of the group. Often an ill student is cheered by a friendly card or note sent by his homeroom. Through these and many other activities, the students learn the importance of team- Work and co-operation. Z 103 MISS BIGGERSTAFF BACK ROW: Shirley Kiser, Ann Willis. Wilma Phillips, Phyllis Clark, Iean Shet- field, Nancy Hackel, Patty Phillips. THIRD ROW: Iane Bunning, Shirley Iacob, Carol Barker, Peggy Cantrell, Carol Beebe, Baiglpara Ashby, Ioyce Asher, Miss Bigger- sta . SECOND ROW: Iudy Fisher, Iudy Shelton, Gloria Pieper, Hazel Dodson, Connie Spano, Beverly Miller, Eddie lane Butler, -Inez Green, loanne Webster. FRONT ROW: Shirley Perriman, Norma Wilcher, Wanda Bell, Betty Friend, Felisa Smith, Antoinette De Simone, Norma En- qleman, Ruth Atchison, Shirley Mc- Querry. 104 MR. DITMARS BACK ROW: Lois Hendrickson, Dale An- trim, Marvin Fulton, Keith Hall, Thomas Coleman, Ioe Lamanno. MIDDLE ROW: Catherine Taylor, Louise Mc- Farland, Wanda Pennington, Betty Kaye Rector, Donna Sullivan, Frances Roe, Mr. Ditmars. FRONT ROW: Louella Cangelose, Pat Aus- maljl, lune Perry, Lucy Hutchins, La Verle Yates, Nancy McGaugh, Io Ranallo. 106 MR. ENGLE fg Keith Wilson, lack Dalton, Elvin Dalton: W A . lack Chapman, Mr. Engle. ' 3 ,Vg . WW, -,i vy BACK ROW: Bob Long, Henry Langley, Ir. 1 fi 1 ' 7 Z THIRD ROW: Iohn Smith, Richard Wright, El- f den Hatcher, Bill Kendall, David Schwenk, Albert Espinosa, Hal Reed, Ir. ,Z f ' SECOND ROW: Tommy Rago, Rollie Rice . D011 Ch11dS, 101111 O'Day, Thurston Holi: g man, Keith Dewey, Paul McGrath. '12 FRONT ROW2 lerry Iohn, David Muza Don . I ,Mi g f. ald Gast-on, Bob Williams, Richard Rodgers , f ll "4 Jesse Hill, Tommy Pernice, Bob Hanes. I V YY O fl 1 , 1 y. 6 W fr! Z , ff Q u , V7 4 Za 5 J 1 lj Q I f ff ' ' V W, I , -' V, V f V xi, ,' ,If W ,l ff! ,'ft. ho 107 BACK ROW: Norman Duke, Osburn, Arnol Mr. Kunz. MIDDLE ROW: Frances Lucit Rhodelander, Wilburn Poe. FRONT ROW: Cessor, Otis Purcell, Ray R' ard Smith. 110 M BACK ROW: Fra Kay Pott, Mari Abston, Mary Tapp, Barbara FOURTH ROW: P Myrna Williams Myrtle Parker, Iune Holloway, THIRD ROW: Pat. man, Marilyn gard, Ianice 1' Ioann Hedrick, nette Moranvill SECOND ROW: Roe, Phyllis .3 Barbara Pippe Renne, Loretta Fahey. FRONT ROW: Syh Iosephine Fultz, Beverly Peterso: son, Patricia Cl 112 BACK ROW: Dent Devier Hamiltor Phillips, Mr. Si MIDDLE ROW: Bo ton, William A: Danny Rodrique FRONT ROW: Kei son, Iohn Rine Hamblin, Iames 201 MI BACK ROW: Par Don Vandevent Leslie, Gene I Sandusky. THIRD ROW: Da' Payne, Iohn The nie Garrison, Ia gore, Don Tosti. SECOND ROW: l ters, DeeAnn Fa Elaine Shelley. Bandy, Ianice 'l FRONT ROW: Ru bert, Bonnie M1 Niblock, Opal Alice Pruitt, Eur 202 1 BACK ROW: Me phens, Charles lace Miller, Bill cia, Mr. Reese. THIRD ROW: lam Iohn Neiderlanc groe, Iim Keslt Young, Donald SECOND ROW: M Latta. Frankie S Duncan, Frank Ronald Aiello. FRONT ROW: Daw Iohn Hendrix, 1V Burgio, Frank Mary Anderson, eriod :ecial occasions the training as ie group. Often a friendly card fl. other activities, tance of team- GGERSTAFF Kiser, Ann Willis, is Clark, Iean Shei- Patty Phillips. ning, Shirley Iacob, Iantrell, Carol Beebe, Asher, Miss Bigger- 'ishelh ludy Shelton, el Dodson, Connie ', Eddie Iane Butler, Vebster. ' Perriman, Norma Betty Friend, Felisa Simone, Norma En- ison, Shirley Mc- ITMARS idrickson, Dale An- Keith Hall, Thomas 3. e' Taylor, Louise Mc- ungton, Betty Kaye n, Frances Roe, Mr. Cangelose, Pat Aus- I Hutchins, La Verle h, Io Ranallo. ENGLE Henry Langley, Ir., valton, Elvin Dalton, ngle. , Richard Wright, El- lall, David Schwenk, Reed, Ir. Rage, Rollie Rice, Day, Thurston Holi- aul McGrath. rl, David Muza, Don- rns, Richard Rodgers, 'n1ce, Bob Hanes. home rooms 107 MR. KUNZ BACK ROW: Bernie Adams, Carl Pace, Norman Duke, Leroy O'Connell, Harold Osburn, Arnold Adams, Joseph Strahan, Mr. Kunz. MIDDLE ROW: Bill La Fevers, Earl Ekman, Frances Lucito, Leila Reisinger, Helen Rhodelander, Ronald Perry, Don Herrick, Wilburn Poe. FRONT ROW: Dorothy Kessinger, Lenora Cessor, Otis Clark, Melva McCray. Tom Purcell, Ray Riggin, George Stitziel, Leon- ard Smith. 110 MRS. HENSLEY BACK ROW: Frances Groshong, Pat Hake, Kay Pott, Mary Margaret Castleman, Pat Abston, Mary Ann Marriott, Beverly S. Tapp, Barbara Ralston, Mrs. Hensley. FOURTH ROW: Phyllis Tryon, Pat Dearmont, Myrna Williams, Eilene Coen, Ida Derstler, Myrtle Parker, Mae Holt, Barbara Hardie, Iune Holloway, Iune Annis. THIRD ROW: Patricia Howes, Barbara Bach- man, Marilyn Carpenter, Margaret Hag- gard, Ianice McGowan, Evelyn Forbes, Ioann Hedrick, Delores Tumlinson, An- nette Moranville. SECOND ROW: Shirley McGowan, Bonnie Roe, Phyllis Arenson, Gayle Stevenson, Barbara Pippenger, JoAnne Babler, Sue Renne, Loretta Brandes, Clara Clark, Bea Fahey. FRONT ROW: Sybil Bouyear, Betty Swafford, Josephine Fultz, Iudy Fats, Marie Jenkins, Beverly Peterson, Edith Epps, Letha Park- son, Patricia Chrisman, Veva Decker. 112 MR. SIMS BACK ROW: Dennis Overbay, Dale Hodges, Devier Hamilton, Kent Zornes, Lawrence Phillips, Mr. Sims. MIDDLE ROW: Bob Baxter, Richard Harring- ton, William Ashworth, Ioe Blankenship, Danny Rodriguez, Bob Stokes, Iohn Becker. FRONT ROW: Kenneth Morris, Charles Wil- son, Iohn Rinehart, Richard Hoedl, Roy Hamblin, Iames Frazell, Lloyd Carpenter. 201 MR. IOHNSON BACK ROW: Paul Guarino, Henry Diller, Don Vandeventer, Fred Lewis, Wayne Leslie, Gene Naylor, Ierry Finney, Bill Sandusky. THIRD ROW: David Buse, Bill Scott, Tom Payne, Iohn Thomas, Thomas Riddle, Iohn- nie Garrison, Iack McLanahan, Gerald Kil- gore, Don Tosti. SECOND ROW: Marion Ault, Shirley But- ters, DeeAnn Farrington, Dorothy Peterson, Elaine Shelley, Atley Lewis, Margaret Bandy, Ianice Thomas, Mr. Iohnson. FRONT ROW: Ruth Albertson, Marian Shu- bert, Bonnie Mulnix, Georgia Coler, Beryl Niblock, Opal Hazlett, Henry Lohrengel, Alice Pruitt, Eugene Smith. 202 MR. REESE BACK ROW: Merlin Bickford, Victor Ste- phens, Charles DeHart, Gary Argo, Wal- lace Miller, Bill Foster, Don Pitt, Leo Gar- cia, Mr. Reese. THIRD ROW: Iames Iacobson, Ierry Wilson, Iohn Neiderland, Bob Webb, Iimmy Kil- groe, Iim Kesler, Iack Nelson, Kenneth Young, Donald Thomason. SECOND ROW: Mary Sanell, Bill Smith, Tom Latta, Frankie Spina, Ioan Thomason, Ray Duncan, Frank Vochatzer, Billy Gorman, Ronald Aiello. FRONT ROW: David Owen, Barbara Patrick, Iohn Hendrix, Mona Faye Burgett, Vincent Burgio, Frank Corsentino, Fern Webb, Mary Anderson, Carrie Ann Maggio. 15 u "Q-ff ,ion RJ home rooms 203 MISS WASSON BACK ROW: Danny Meador, John Hamilton Rodney Brokaw, Louis Rittmaster, Dee B011 linger, Robert Shields, Ierry Everley, Fred McCandless, Miss Wasson. MIDDLE ROW: Carol Horner, Virginia Kent, Barbara Wisecarver, Dick Wendelburg, Ronald Harris, Nita Bosserman, Donna Dunlap, Bill Deatherage, Larry Croswhite. FRONT ROW: Eva Lynn Landers, Mary Iean Flippin, Barbara Hinote, Ioan Atteberry, Betty Lee Williams, Carol Lee Mitchell Jane Springer, Cleo Thurman, Betty Wil: liams. 206 MR. HOLLIS BACK ROW: Henry F. Meador, Ir., Iohn Ferguson, Melvin Harless, Richard Burns, Ralph Earles, Jack Reed, Don Lytle, Ray Smarr, Mr. Hollis. MIDDLE ROW: Jack Vochatzer, David Liter, Hollis Archer, Hubert Kent, Iohn Callaway, Tommy O'Conner, Clinton Hayes, I. T. Easley, Jim Ramsey. FRONT ROW: Shirley Wolfe, Everett W. McGaugh, Henry Cosentino, Ioan Munns, David Courtney, Maurice Nolte Larry Merritt, Richard Rinehart, Dorothy May- cock. I 207 MR. MARKEY BACK ROW: Luther Carey, Van Vogel, Roland Lung, Bob Stockwood, Don Hatfield, Char- lie Batton, Art Chambers. THIRD ROW: Larry Summers, Roy Wright, Larry Heffern, Edward Finter, Ronald Green, Bill Bickel, Keith Olsen, Charles Hedrick, Mr. Markey. SECOND ROW: William Holman, Don Huff, Iack Denton, George Milburn, Bob Morris, Conrad Graham, Iim Shuttleworth, Don Phillips, Richard Nash. FRONT ROW: Asa Higgins, Bob Fortner, Jerry Fellers, Bob Welch, Charles Iqert, Bob Hopkins, Burt Hendricks, Ronnie Traytord, Anthony Monaco. 209 MR. SEARS BACK ROW: Donald Brown, Iohn McCull h 0 , Frank Van Dyke, Richard Morgan, Binh Mathison, Bob Hutson, I. D, Box. THIR - ' ' D ROW. Shirley Lou Davis, Iune Hen- ley, Bill Hanes, Albert Baldus, Richard Fitzgerel, Kenneth Shiner, Iohn Hodges, Mr. Sears. SECOND ROW: Lewis Bradley, Beverly Iune Hersey, Iean Cunningham, Nellie Stephens, Genevieve Capps, Frank Lynn, Jim Sheffer, Wanda Cleveland. Dorothy Ann Sands Billie FRONT ROW: , Bryant, Virginia Fann Peggy Beverlin Ianice Brown, Betty Brotemarkle, Patricia Workman, Mary Teresa Tittone. AUD. MR. WASSON 308 MR. KRESSE BACK ROW: Mr. Kresse, Hel L en ee, Cor- nelia Blair, Elva Sutton, William Moore Jack Ba rnes, O: I. Holding, Iimmie Nor: wood, Larry Ericson, Mr. Wasson. MIDDLE ROW: Ioe Newmyer, Albert L. Sto liter, Sara Lukens, Anne Foster, Nancy Wasson, Issa Bell Groff, Robert Iergins, Dick Ross, Mike Ferrara. FRONT ROW: Barbara Overton, Kay Kiddoo Marilyn Barnett, Connie Baldwin, Donna Kay Hitchcock, Richard W ood, Sammy Love, Chester Hunsaker. 16 hom' 210 MR. BACK ROW: Ma Eugene Sander: Merriott, Fred Frank Fitzpatric sell. FOURTH ROW: Thomson, Don I Raymond Boicf Iames Wynn. 11 Hawthorne. THIRD ROW: Cl raro, Tom 1. F Joseph Cannovz Dan Bullard, Ian SECOND ROW: Stinnett, Iohn 1 Wade Lathrom, Ierry Frampton, FRONT ROW: R Capo, Clifford Cain, Larry Schl Borden. Stewart 214 IV BACK ROW.: Pa1 Haskell Mince, Marvin Kinnett. THIRD ROW: Sa Shirley Ann H11 Finter, Donald 5 SECOND ROW: F1 son, Gracie Bei Ammerman. RU ces Pomie. FRONT ROW: M Pat O'Brien, I Tucker, Betty I 216 1V1 BACK ROW: Rob low, Charles P1 Welch. Mr. Cal THIRD ROW: Frdl Frank DRY, L01 Bob White, A111 SECOND ROW: Nancy Iones, I Robert Garretf Scardino. FRONT ROW: B2 lor, Carl Ollv Townsend. Mail Georgie Carlton 218 MI BACK ROW: Mi Parsons, 10 Am Vesta MurrYf IV Bell, Miss Stew THIRD ROW! Don Van Wormer, Kouns, Caro1Y:J Rose Ellen Le SECOND ROW! , Russell, PhY111 Beverly 1116199 Lentz, Ioeanrle FRONT ROW! Breshears, I-1111 Ann OwenS,.S dleston, Piillllflf' 219 M BACK ROW: Ge aree, Donald Toner, Richard Gene Hanrahaljl THIRD ROW: R Larry Crowder, den, Willard S Gilmore. , SECOND ROW! Orrill, Sh1r1?Y Donna Swearm Iack Kennedy. FRONT ROW: Smith, Donna ert Anderson. Gover, Charles FOOHIS WASSON Eaf-1912 Iohn Hamilton, LS Rittmaster, Dee Bol. li ISHY Everley. Fred asson. 'I01'H?If Virginia Kent, Dick Wendelburg, L Bosserman, Donna ge' I-51'1'Y Croswhite. Landers, Mary 19,311 019' loan Atteberry, Carol Lee Mitchell, Thurman, Betty Wil. HOLLIS I' Meador, ll'-, Iohn rless, Richard Burns, .eed, Don Lytle, Ray Jchafzer, David Liter, ,KGHL lohn Callaway, 'hmon Hayes, I. T. Wolfe, Everett W, Senllflor Ioan Munns, aurice Nolte, Larry ehart, Dorothy May- IIARKEY ty, Van Vogel, Roland , Don Hatfield, Char- Jers. mmers,- Roy Wright, Eid Fmter. Renata kelfh Olsen. Charles 1 Holman, D H ff Milbl-IIB, BOboIlVlori'1is: h Shuttleworth, Don gqins, Bob Fortner, 91011, Charles lgert, Hendricks, Ronnie mnaco. ' SEARS glHgrgOhBri McCulloch, ofga 1 B b f I- D. Box. n O Du Davis, Iune Hen- eff Bald!-IS, Richard lmeff lOhn Hodges, ., Br?d1eY, Beverly -Unmnqham, Nellie CHPPS, Frank Lynn, -leveland. Ann Sands, Billie 1' PGYJQY Beverlin, irotemarkle, Patricia sa Tittone. VASSON IRESSE 2, Helen Lee, Cor- Jn,- William Moore, Pldmq, Iimmie Nor. VII. Wasson. HYGT, Albert L. Sto. nne Foster, Nancy Off, Robert Iergins, ra. yerton, Kay Kiddoo, I9 Baldwin, Donna ,rd Wood, Sammy ti. home rooms 210 IVIR. HAWTHORNE BACK ROW: Marvin Doyle, Rex Williams. Eugene Sanders, Roger Hanaway, Howard Merriott, Fred Dell, Stephen Risbeck, Frank Fitzpatrick, Bill Appleby, Iim Rus- sell. FOURTH ROW: Charles Housman, Wayne Thomson, Don Cunningham, Iohn Nebgen, Raymond Boice, Bob Lewis, lack Liles, Iames Wynn, Iimmie Briggs, Ion Fults, Mr. Hawthorne. THIRD ROW: Charles Blackwell, Fred Pi- raro, Tom I. Raniolo, Richard De Mayo, Ioseph Cannova, Roger O'Neal, Bill Hale, Dan Bullard, Iames Cowan, Wayne Hannsz. SECOND ROW: Anthony Bascone, Thomas Stinnett, Iohn Farmer, Clifford Crossland, Wade Lathrom, Ioe Osburn, lohn Ross, Ierry Frampton, Paul Harter, Tom Sperlinq. FRONT ROW: Richard Hisey, Charles Di- Capo, Clifford Hopkins, Iim Scott, Carl Cain, Larry Schumaker, Harry Barnes, Larry Borden, Stewart Wine, Larry Ault. 214 MISS EVANS BACK ROW: Patricia Lynn, Robert Oster, Haskell Mince, Edward Cooper, Iim Hirst, Marvin Kinnett, Ierry Playter. THIRD ROW: Sara Landers, Ioanne Finn, Shirley Ann Huff, Rosa Lee Iames, Charles Finter, Donald Smith, Anne Herman. SECOND ROW: Frances Powell, Martha John- son, Gracie Beck, Deretha Dake, Io Ann Ammerman, Ruth Templeton, Mary Fran- ces Pomie. FRONT ROW: Marie Shull, Diane Legant, Pat O'Brien, Mary Lou Gardner, Doris Tucker, Betty Livingston, Norma Jones. 216 MR. CALVERT BACK ROW: Robert Cowan, James Chappe- low, Charles Pruitt, Gene Eslinger, Roger Welch, Mr. Calvert. THIRD ROW: Frank Simmons, Dick Cureton, Frank Day, Lorne Moats, George Foster, Bob White, Allen McCord. SECOND ROW: Pat McCune, Ianet Kuhr, Nancy Iones, Alfred West. Gene Rogers, Robert Garretson, Bill Marshall, Tony Scardino. FRONT ROW: Barbara Cureton, Betty Tay- lor, Carl Oliver, Glenna Kirk, Martha Townsend, Mary O'Grady, Bud McKelvy, Georgie Carlton. 218 MISS STEWART BACK ROW: Marlene Butterfield, Patricia Parsons, Io Ann Williams, Io Anne Talley, Vesta Murry, Mary Lee Smith, Lois Marie Bell, Miss Stewart. THIRD ROW: Donna Wyatt, Pat Fry, Sylvia Van Wormer, IoAnne Page, Charlene Kouns, Carolyn Simcox, Patricia Fiedler, Rose Ellen Lewis, Mary Ann Sigloch. SECOND ROW: Madonna Green, Marilyn Russell, Phyllis Hannsz, Margie Arvin. Beverly Iuergens, Dorothy Mills, Stella Lentz, Ioeanne Lacey, Betty Albert. FRONT ROW: Nancy Fain Bradshaw, Sue Breshears, Lillian Larson, Lois Bath, Io Ann Owens, Shirley Tungett, Mary Hud- dleston, Pauline Gibson, Norma Timmons. 219 MISS GILMORE BACK ROW: George Hamblin, Roger Dem- aree, Donald Laney, Ierry Courtney, Iim Toner, Richard Hutson, Raymond Langford. Gene Hanrahan. THIRD ROW: Robert Hurst, Cloyd Peters, Larry Crowder, Walter Mitchell, Bill Bear- den, Willard Starkey, Eddie Daniels, Miss Gilmore. SECOND ROW: Helen Louise Smith, ludith Orrill, Shirley Baity, Beverly Turner, Donna Swearingen, Gayle Parker, Bill King, Iack Kennedy. FRONT ROW: Rosalie Mazzefte, Phyllis Smith, Donna Lackey, Norma Gore, Rob- ert Anderson, Darlene Terrill, Shirley Ann Gover, Charles Simmons. 17 homo rooms 301 MISS AUDREY MILLER BACK ROW: Larry Husbenet, Don Organ, Ellis Glidewell, Bill Clow, Bob Howery. Jeff Haynes, Miss Miller. THIRD ROW: Julie Kerr, Don Fortner, Gail Davis, Charles Henderson, Shirley Hawk- ins, Joe Caskey, Richard Fanolio, Vir- ginia Thompson. SECOND ROW: Vivian Otts, Margaret Flana- gan, Mary Lee Summerville, Barbara Lynn. Sara Davis, Doris Woods, Rosetta Man- giaracina, Marilyn Parks. FRONT ROW: Nora Brammer, Jeanette Quarles, Charlene Williams, Janice Mark- land, Jimmie Evans, Jacqueline Long, Dons Facemire, Barbara Harris. 303 MR. WESTERN BACK ROW: Mary Ann Phipps, Larry Miller, Edward Thompson, Bob Parks, Anton Sol- danels, Wayne Gooden, Robert Colyer, Mr. Western. THIRD ROW: Geraldine Weaver, Darlene Monson, Frances Haas, Bonny Noland, Twilla Brown, Mary Hass, Larry Ryan, Gary Sevart. SECOND ROW: J. W. McConnell, Donald Richerson, Ray Heslip, Glen Hale, Janice Moulder, Don Livings, Robert Frank, Rose- mary McFall, FRONT ROW: Shirley Shull, Eileen Montavy, Joy Graybill, Cheryl Turecek, Verena Fo- gel, Lucy Cornelius, Marilyn Ball, Mildred Champion. 304 MISS BOULTON BACK ROW: Harry Roberts, Glen Robinson. Forrest Couch, Bob Bandy, Bill Shour, Milfred Lewis, Bob Noll, Miss Boulton. THIRD ROW: Riley E. Urton, James Newby. Kenny Turner, Jim Reese, John Loewer, Dick Abbott, Clyde Wilson, Bob Napier. SECOND ROW: Don Windsor, Barbara Free' rnan, Joe E. Wille, Jesse Harris, Gerald Fitzgerald, Don Green, Charles Baer, Gary McLallen. FRONT ROW: Shirley Ann Masters, Frances Ann Miller, Mary Grace Urnise, Elton Craig, Ralph Britz, Doris White, Charles Brinkley, Pauline Kremer. 305 MISS NEWITT BACK ROW: Arden Morgan, Bob DeWalt, Kenneth Markham, John Healy, David Heidbrier, Ed Kienzle, Dick McCune, Paul Stark, Doris Riddle. MIDDLE ROW: Betty Lou Barelli, Charlotte I-utgen, Judy Christian, Bill Moore, Or- ville Cook, Ierry Osborne, Theresa Span- bauer, Randy Hayden, Harry Geer. FRONT ROW: Sue Chatman, Joanne Hipkins, Helen Pewitt, Joan Miller, Betty Prosser, Louis Johnsen, Donna Lyle, JoAnn Tennis, Miss Newitt. 306 MISS GRASSLEY BACK ROW: John Duncan, George Lanham, Phil Phlllips, Jim Gale, Clifton Burkhead, Delbert Asbury, Bill Garnett. FOURTH ROW: Ronald Correll, Johnny Wil- lis, Leonard Passantino, Bill Kulash, Jim Adams, Verne Zugenbuhler, Don Hamil- ton, Arthur Russell, Hallie Mehner. THIRD ROW: Eugene Toler, Mary Hobbs, Barbara Geistdorfer, Gladys Keck, Mary Coffman, Theresa Lucas, Ernestine Krisch, Jerry Durrell, Miss Grassley. SECOND ROW: Joanna Weissbeck, Joan Hartman, Douglas' Marcott, Melva Jean Harris, Joe McGon1qle, Donna Lee Lewis JoAnn Cunningham, Phyllis Burge, Sue Praeger. FRONTVROW: Shirley Delles, Shirley Petet, gosalle Callihan, Delores Todd, Mary Raye .aw ins, Betty Sue Moberl , Sh 1 D . vidson, Mary Braile. Y It ene a 18 hon' 307 I BACK ROW: Blanchard, J Allen, Robe Gerald Hoot THIRD ROW: Janet Hatchi Kemmerer, I Sivigliano, Il SECOND ROW Joye Watsoi Madison, Jo son, Elsie Sl FRONT ROW: Betty Sue F bara Hilker, Ruth Anders 308A f BACK ROW: . Janet Wrigh Charles Wa: Semler, Mr. THIRD ROW: Lawrence IV Addams, Sl' Beverly Gie SECOND ROW Io Ann Eastl Reed, Luretz Dillinger, Ca FRONT ROW: Leonard Por Leon Proven Tittsworth. 309 N BACK ROW: I John Madei Dake, Alber my Toates, l THIRD ROW: Robert Blum ford Thomn: Hall, Mr. W SECOND ROV Pournelle, C ell, Ruth Po Robert Box, FRONT ROW: ris, Lillian Embree, Jo! Shirley Will 310 BACK ROW: I son, Dana I Moore, Rich Swant, Bill FRONT ROW: Jeannine Ar Lark, Marge Black, Miss 311 BACK ROW: ' Tom Holder Victor Dunc THIRD ROW: Don Matthe William Pel SECOND ROV Lean, Norn Helen Bouy Pullen, Mis: FRONT ROW: ert, Audrey Lipps, Betty ielsen. 'OOIHS QEY MILLER benet, Don Organ, Elow, Bob Howery, r. Don Fortner. Gail son. Shirley Hawk- hard Fanolio, Vir- ltts, Margaret Flana- ville, Barbara Lynn, mods, Rosetta Man- CS. Brammer, Jeanette trams, Janice Mark- guelme Long, Doris '1s. ESTERN 'hipps, Larry Miller, 1 Parks, Anton Sol- -n, Robert Colyer, Weaver, Darlene S, Bonny Noland, fHass, Larry Ryan, McConnell, Donald Glen Hale, Janice Robert Frank, Rose- xll, Eileen Montavy, urlecek, Verena Fo- arilyn Ban, Mildred JULTON 'ts, Glen Robinson, landyf Bill Shour, Ill, Miss Boulton. ton, James Newby, ese, John Loewer, 115011, Bob Napier. isor, Barbara Free- sse Harris, Gerald Charles Baer, Gary n Masters, Frances ace Urnise, Elton 715 White, Charles er. EWITT gan, Bob DeWalt, ll-H Healy, David Dick McCune, Paul Barelli, Charlotte . B111 Moore, Or- ne, Theresa Span- Harry Geer. rl, Joanne Hipkins, ter, Betty Prosser, tile, loAnn Tennis, ASSLEY , George Lanham, Clifton Burkhead, rnett. wrrell, Johnny Wil- Bill Kulash, Jim lhler, Don Hamil, lie Mehner. ler, Mary Hobbs, 3dYS Keck, Mary Ernestine Krisch, sley. Weissbeck, Joan rott, Melva Jean DOQHH Lee Lewis, Yllis Burge, Sue IGS, Shirley Petet, Todd. Mary Raye 91'1Y, Shlrlene Da- home rooms 307 MISS GREGORY BACK ROW: Don Best, Samuel James, Bob Blanchard, James Greer, Don Aston, Larry Allen, Robert Durham, Harold Magruder, Gerald Hoolen. THIRD ROW: Ann Smith, Shirley Plaskett, Janet Hatchitt, Beverly Meyer, Elizabeth Kemmerer, Lester Gillette, Bob Pugh, Joe Sivigliano, Jo Ann Herriman. SECOND ROW: Joan Eager, Jackie McGrath, Joye Watson, Cora Ann Henry, Juanita Madison, Jo Ann Gerard, Phyllis Hendrick- son, Elsie Shields, Miss Gregory. FRONT ROW: Valarie Crossley, Laura Taylor, Betty Sue Robinett, Beverly Hinote, Bar- bara Hilker, Jeanne Johnson, Patricia Land, Ruth Anderson, Elizabeth Harding. 308A MR. ALEXANDER BACK ROW: Ann Porter, Nancy Nicholson, Janet Wright, James Prock, Ted Petersen, Charles Warmington, Jimmie Turner, Bill Semler, Mr. Alexander. THIRD ROW: Shirley Hahn, Betty Miller, Lawrence Miller, James Livingston, Jack Addams, Shirley Volk, Sharon Gritfitts, Beverly Giese. SECOND ROW: Shirley Dolt, Dorthy Stewart, Jo Ann Eastburn, Glenda Maddy, Margaret Reed, Lureta Speake, Judy Lewis, Winnie Dillinger, Carolyn Weiss. FRONT ROW: Wilma Taylor, Buddy Wake, Leonard Porter, Larry Polizzi, Perry Cox, Leon Provence, Barbara Hall, Mary Lou Tittsworth. 309 MR. WHISAMORE BACK ROW: Pat O'Connell, Dean Nicholas, John Mader, Jerald Trowbridge, Virgil Dake, Albert Wallace, Billy Smitka, Tom- my Toates, Donald Hill. THIRD ROW: Harley Foster, Kenneth Horn, Robert Blum, Don Hereford, Max King, Clit- tord Thomnson, Herbert Gower, Kenneth Hall, Mr. Whisamore. SECOND ROW: Donna Maret, Mary Anne Pournelle, Glenna Riedesel, Jimmie Pow- ell, Ruth Poole, Doris Lale, Wanda Carter, Robert Box, Raymond Roadcap. FRONT ROW: Beverly Browning, Betty Mor- ris, Lillian Call, Signa Simmons, Patty Embree, JoAnn Strecker, Roberta Simms, Shirley Williams. 310 MISS BAXTER BACK ROW: Raymond E. Fann, Marvin Ma- son, Dana Hickam, Bill Thompson, Walter Moore, Richard Jaques, Don Gates, Ralph Swant, Bill Strawn. FRONT ROW: Henry Teri, Norma DeVore, Jeannine Arterburn, Jay Barnhart, Richard Lark, Margaret Porter, Phil Farley, Don Black, Miss Baxter. 311 MISS SPENCER BACK ROW: Dale Willoughby, Bob Phillips, Tom Holden, Ron Converse, Bob Butrum, Victor Duncan, Don Chapin, James Smith. THIRD ROW: Pat Wilcox, Fred Sommers, Don Matthews, Jim Howell, Joan Fagan, William Peltier, Charles Bono. SECOND ROW: Reba Hamilton, Margie Mc- Lean, Norma Kennedy, IOAnna O'Day, Helen Bouyear, Darrell Bradham, Charles Pullen, Miss Spencer. FRONT ROW: Suzanne Brown, Dorothy Weil- ert, Audrey Callow. Lois O'Guin, 10 ADH Lipps, Betty Rae White, Mary Ann Dan- ielsen. 19 home rooms 313 IVIRS. SUIVIIVIERS BACK ROW: Richard Gauert, Dale Stranni- an Paul Wilson r Robert Martin im g , , J., , I . - my Smith, Nathan McCorkle, Enoch Mait- land, Jerry Lane, Mrs. Summers. FRONT ROW: Beverly Summers, Shirley Dodson, Gloria Lee Cook, Anna Hulse, Paul Stine, Ed Griffin, Roland Dilks, Bill Greer. 314 MISS NEUMANN BACK ROW: Roger S. Kittle, Donald E. Thomas, Ora Peterson, Wayne M. Button, John Dods, Robert McVey, Paul Croswhite, Robert Weissert, John Michael. THIRD ROW: Leonard Summers, Thomas Redenbaugh, Bob Whisenand, Floyd Hop- kins, Howard Burnaugh, Carol Ann Mc- Neill, Don Ide, Fines Anderson, John Withers. SECOND ROW: J. B. Roberts, Don Johnson, Beverly Smith, Joan Annis, Norma Keeler. Helen Whittall, Rita Lee Haydel, Gerald M. Gerber, Eugene Van Alst, Jacqueline DeAngelo. FRONT ROW: Corina Pena, Edna Bucking- ham, Bonita Singleton, Janet How, Dorothy Schumaker, Joanne Weaver, Renee Allee, Elaine Cummins, Miss Neumann. 316 MISS GHERRING BACK ROW: Eula Neighbors, Maxine Bopp, Carol Jean Overman, Pat Swetnam, Pa- tricia Booth, Miss Gherring. MIDDLE ROW: Jo Ann Tricarico, Mary Jo Hotchkiss, Marjorie Miller, Genevieve A1- brecht, Bernice Lane, Charlene Speed, Dorothy Dalton. FRONT ROW: Della King, Laila Starks, Lor- etta Sollomi, Shirley Hanley, Bonnie Rus- sum, Lola Horn, Nancy Adcox. 317 MRS. BURTON BACK ROW: Ruth Sabatke, Lois Burton, Betty Jo Bryant, Betty Carleen Edwards, Anita Louise Donnici, Mary Frances Jones, Mary Stump, Mrs. Burton. MIDDLE ROW: Wilma Wallace, Janice Ann Copper, June C. Craven, Edith Gendreau, Lois Haskins, Betty Mitchell, Mary Buck- man, Delores Royle. FRONT ROW: Donna Browning, Jean Burgio, Donna Cordell, Norma Burns, Betty Old- ham, Wilma West, Lorine Parker, Joan Welker. 400 MR. HEINE BACK ROW: Bill Borchardt, Fred Nelson. Orlo Enyeart, Dan Arnold, Carl Dake, Al Maddox, B111 Lewis, Wayne Durham, Rus- sell Roberts. THIRD ROW: Norma Palmer, Gene Phillips, Jim Peterson Dave Frew Jack Kin Dean Elliott, Ernest Hutchings: Gerald giirnutt, Mr. Heine. SECOND'ROW: George Ravenscrait, Eliza- beth Milford, Jo Anne Arnold, Carol Loulos, Barbara Martin. Muriel Faustlin, Ruth O Toole, Joyce Kiser, Stanley Farmer, Billie Jean Kemp. FRONT ROW: Antoinette Crispi, Jane Roth, BSNY. Stubbs, Katherine Crumpton, Betty Mulnix, Norma Lusher, Carol Nash, Indy Madsen, Roberta Doll, Imogene Carwile. 20 hor 401 BACK ROW: John Royle, Jim Perry, William Mc THIRD ROW: ton, Richard my Baker, I er, Darwin I SECOND ROW Sue Welbf Laurence E: ryn Murphy FRONT ROW: Dixie Lee Ann Hernan Perry, Esthe 403 BACK ROW: Warren Bov sario Candil liams, Jerry THIRD ROW: Arnold Are Grant, Jack Ann Carson. SECOND ROW House, Mari Barbara Ric Czar, Cora t FRONT ROW: Scudiero, A shong, Arler Mae Costanz 40 BACK ROW: Richard MCC ert Still, Bill MIDDLE ROW: ney. Mary P Way, Nancy FRONT ROW: zuto, Janis l Nickson, Jar Ginnis. 405 I BACK ROW: F Howard Ro Schnackenbe Kirkman. THIRD ROW: CI Lorraine Sa Bennett, Dia: SECOND ROW bara Harner, Sammy Smit FRONT ROW: Williams, 5 Hensley, E Coe. ROW son, Lucile THIRD Shirley thy M. Parker, Thelma SECOND O'Dell, field. Shirley Doris Jean FRONT Delores Fields, Como, Jean Carlene 001115 MMERS rert, Dale Stranni- tobert Martin, Jim- orkle, Enoch Mait- Lummers. Summers, Shirley xok, Anna Hulse, Roland Dilks, Bill JMANN Kittle, Donald E. Wayne M. Button, y, Paul Croswhite, Iichael. Bumrners, Thomas -nand, Floyd Hop- ,, Carol Ann Mc- Anderson, John erts, Don Johnson, iis, Norma Keeler, e Haydel, Gerald i Alst, Jacqueline ta, Edna Bucking- tnet How, Dorothy ver, Renee Allee. Neumann. RRIN G ors, Maxine Bopp, ?at Swetnam, Pa- ing. Tricarico, Mary Jo er, Genevieve Al- Charlene Speed. Laila Starks, Lor- nley, Bonnie Rus- Adcox. IRTON ke, Lois Burton, Carleen Edwards, iry Frances Jones, 1. tllace, Janice Ann , Edith Gendreau, shell, Mary Buck- ning, Jean Burgio, Burns, Betty Old- fme Parker, Joan EINE rdt, Fred Nelson, ld, Carl Dake, Al yne Durham, Rus- er, Gene Phillips, ', Jack King, Dean 1, Gerald Curnutt, Ravenscrait, Eliza- nold, Carol Loulos, l Faustlin, Ruth rlley Farmer, Billie Crispi, Jane Roth, Crumpton, Betty Carol Nash, Judy Imogene Carwile. home rooms 401 MISS IACKSON BACK ROW: Fred Wentz, Byron Macklin, John Royle, John Wansing, Percy Barnes, Jim Perry, Donald Dixon, Lester Kaler, William McAlexander. THIRD ROW: Newton Ramey, Larry Stock- ton, Richard Winkler, James Palmer, Tom- my Baker, Elizabeth Courtney, Janet Hunt- er, Darwin Fluty, Robert Ferrara. SECOND ROW: Marcia Harville, Mary Nicely, Sue Welbourn, Dorothy Schinderling, Laurence Enyeart, Barbara Knapp, Kath- ryn Murphy, Paul Brammer. Miss Jackson. FRONT ROW: Don Bullard, Charles Lemon, Dixie Lee Ballenger, Patty Clark, Mary Ann Hernandez, Ruthanne Harper, Nadine Perry, Esther Hilligoss. 403 MR. HARMAN BACK ROW: Robert Paulson, Eddie Cary, Warren Bowman, Delmas Coupland, Ce- sario Candillo, Vance Glasgow, Max Wil- liams, Jerry Colborn. THIRD ROW: Kenneth King, Wade Kaullen, Arnold Arenson, Don Magers, Harold Grant, Jack Gariety, Robert Roland, Mary Ann Carson. SECOND ROW: Nellie Gardner, Wayne House, Marilyn Arens, Pat Ann Bennett, Barbara Rice, Marilee Eberts, Barbara Czar, Cora Crist, Mr. Harman. FRONT ROW: Bernice Lanza, Mary Ann Scudiero, Alta Marie Davis, Martha Gro- shong, Arlene Tucker, Valerie Perry, Flora Mae Costanza, Madeline Buford. 404 MRS. BELL BACK ROW: June Kouns, Shirley Marsh, Richard McCandless, Bob Solenberg, Rob- ert Still, Bill Matson, Barbara Beaver. MIDDLE ROW: Rosalie Stavlich, Connie Ches- ney, Mary Pat Orr, Betty Lou Glass, Jean Way, Nancy Gowing, Pat Neff, Mrs. Bell. FRONT ROW: Phyllis McClelland, Phylis Riz- zuto, Janis Reese, Carol Goehner, Janice Nickson, Janice Thogmartin, Margie Mc- Ginnis. 405 MISS CLAUSEN BACK ROW: Frank Tornabene, Richard Carr, Howard Rose, Nugent Adams, Stuart Schnackenberg, Carl Windhausen, Judy Kirkman. THIRD ROW: Cameron Peak, Eugene Joseph, Lorraine Savina, Betty Branch, Patricia Bennett, Diana Sheffield, Laura Mueller. SECOND ROW: Pat Hayes, Betty Pope. Bar- bara Haroer, Mary Lynch, Joy Thompson, Sammy Smith, Gay Benson, Miss Clausen. FRONT ROW: Mary Anne Snyder, Alice Williams, Florence Mendolia, Barbara gensley, Eva Brown, Bette Hall, Audre oe. 406 MISS CAIN BACK ROW: Barbara Allen, Beverly Stow- ell, Barbara Cox, Shirley Danielsen, Kay Davis, Helen Lewis, Virginia Pruesner, Doranna Schneider, Sarah Sappingtorl, Julia Hcwery, Gloria Schmall, Carolyn Canada. FOURTH ROW: Carolyn Magargee, Carmen Hockett, Dorothy Jean Green, Shirley Downing, Shirley Schnitzer, Shirley Ander- son, Charlene Pulsifer, Cordelia Gowmg, Lucile Briley, Janet Hobson, Joyce Simpson. THIRD ROW: Billie Cooney, Mary Baldwin, Shirley Humbird, Sondra Roberts. Doro- thy M. Clark, Sandra Partridge, Sally Jo Parker, Nancy Simms, Billie Jo Osburn, Thelma Hazell, Miss Cain. SECOND ROW: Shirley Umstattd, Shirley O'Dell, Shirley Powell, Marlene Shene- iield, Ruth Eichenberqer, Sue Forlow, Shirley Green, Wanda Odom, Gilda Bruce, Doris Jean Goodwin, Angeline Colletti. FRONT ROW: Wanda Smith, Ioyce Colley. Delores Berry, Elizabeth Encxro, Shirley Fields, Gladys Nicks, Pat Nash Kathy Como, Jean Spiegel, Mary Louise Williams, Carlene McGuire. 21 I i di f t 1 i . - -, , 'I 1 "1 215 1 E I Inv- '14 ,. 41 home rooms 407 MR. IACKSON BACK ROW: Iim Myers, Iimmie Todd, Bill Crayne, Bill Simpson, Bill Evans, Bob Dunning, Allen Anderson. MIDDLE ROW: Don Sweet, Warren Barrett, Bob Perusich, Albert Kent, Marvin Sevy. Edward Harmon, Charles Rowan, Mr. Iackson. FRONT ROW: Iohn Kurle, Pat Homan, Io Ann Barton, Bill Cannon, Tom Taylor, Phillip Scimeca, Richard Spence, James Logan. 408 MISS CASSELL BACK ROW: Roger Hattem, Larry Zirkle. -Earl Kobush, lack Wilkinson, Franklin Ouderkirk, Dean Ide, George Stabile, Io Ann Lewis. MIDDLE ROW: Zella Roe, Nick Pluchino, Ianet Pratt, Betty Davis, Nita Sioux Pool, Dana Hilton, Iean Caldwell, Miss Cassell. FRONT ROW: Ioy Keeton, Toni Danzo, Jack Patti, Shirley Wilson, Carolyn Lohmeyer, Margaret Vicari, Winnie Kilpatrick, Phyl- lis Vance. 410 MISS IACOBSON BACK ROW: Ruth May, Robertha Norton, Mary Anne Lane, Barbara Yennie, Mary Kelly, Pat Pennington, Ieanne Leeper, Lois Coleman. THIRD ROW: Esther Allinder, Betty Henry, Nadine Woodworth, Ann Morrison, Mary Eine Simmers, Sandra Mae Evans, Martha uza. SECOND ROW: Lou Ann Mitchell, Io Ann Farrington, Barbara Gippner, Mary Phin- ney, Marlene Arenson, Nadine Phillips, Ieanette Bumgarner, Miss Iacobson. FRONT ROW: Bessie Nelson, Maurine Mey- er, .Patsy Io Blevins, Nancy Lee Rethiord, Vivian McQueen, Edna Hooper, Anna Hig- gms. 411 MISS BAILEY BACK ROW: Betty Patterson, Marlene Iohn- son, Io Anne Heitman, Margaret Neal, Eliz- abeth Reynolds, Carmeline Giunta, Ruby Iean Erickson. THIRD ROW: Carmeline Pickarell, Velma Kmgsolver, Io Ann Lusby, Benita Niccoli, Margaret Edwards, Virginia Bohlen, Miss Bailey. SECOND ROW: Mary Margaret Miller, Doris Johnson, Betty Carrier, Shirley Brown, Vera Ward, Virginia Bruno, Clara Mae Grisafe. FRONT ROW: Delois Brenner, Ethel Harden, Barbara Reeves, Joanne Harper, Carol Hitchcock, Ioan Sullivan, Io Ann Vivona. 412 MRS. HOLLIS BACK ROW: Geraldine Hall, Loretta Arnold, Mary Ann Orendorfi, Veronica Cholak, Ora McCall, Mabel Cardis, Wilma Sol- brack, Laurabeth McDanel, Belva Lee Vaughn. MIDDLE ROW: Pam Petitt, Ioan Pippenger, Bina Io Marrone, Carmelirie DeSalvo, Pa- tricia Ranallo, Pat Hubbard, Kay Haley, lane Morrison, Mrs. Hollis. FRONT ROW: Barbara Harger, Lillian Le- one, Gloria Morrison, Nancy Sansom, An- gela Caruso, Pauline Bopp, Carol Womack, Charlene Howard, Vivian Rice. 22 hon 413 IVIf BACK ROW: Pa Duggan, Deln Larry McFarli Mooney. THIRD ROW: F neth Wylie, R Jesse Metz, E SECOND ROW: ra, Beverly C Strahan, Pat Ronnie Bledsi FRONT ROW: lt Gabel, Patrici rie Clark, B Bernita Ryan. 413. BACK ROW: Z Harvey Park Ehrhardt, Sta MIDDLE ROW: Phillip Burch Phillips, Bill ald Holding. IFRONT ROW: Swearingin, , ces Callahar Owen, Franlt 414 It BACK ROW: Ic man Taylor. Dick Baker, ' THIRD ROW: Gene Cross, Bud Wade, 1 SECOND ROW Pete Sirna, ' Iones, Shirle gene Cumm FRONT ROW: Norma Krue Hall, Mary L Gaylord. 415 M BACK ROW: I son, Geraldi Yvonne Phill dox, La Don MIDDLE ROW: er, Carolyn Creta Lee I Simmons, Be FRONT ROW: Spicer, Dom eans, lane I Leta Barnes, 416 BACK ROW: Harold Pitt: Toner, Bill George Ratti THIRD ROW: neth Collins, field, Artie seph Trudell SECOND ROW racina, Nad Floyd Stone, Sullivan, Da FRONT ROW: Q Carol Hedee lyn Fricke, B Arthur Wea' IHS Todd, Bill is, Bob Warren Barrett, Marvin Sevy, Rowan, Mr. Pat Homan, Jo Tom Taylor, e, James SELL , Larry Zirkle, inson, Franklin orge Stabile, Jo Nick Pluchino, INita Sioux Pool, Il, Miss Cassell. Eoni Danzo, Jack olyn Lohmeyer, Kilpatrick, Phyl- OBSON lobertha Norton. a Yennie, Mary nne Leeper, Lois er, Betty Henry, Morrison, Mary e Evans, Martha Vlitchell, Jo Ann ner, Mary Phin- Nadine Phillips, Jacobson. 1. Maurine Mey- :y Lee Rethford, woper, Anna Hig- ILEY 1, Marlene John- rgaret Neal, Eliz- .e Giunta, Ruby 'ickarell, Velma ', Benita Niccoli, .ia Bohlen, Miss tret Miller, Doris Shirley Brown, mo, Clara Mae er, Ethel Harden, Harper, Carol Jo Ann Vivona. LLIS Loretta Arnold, eronica Cholak, lis, Wilma Sol- iel, Belva Lee Joan Pippenger, ne DeSalvo, Pa- trd, Kay Haley, ger, Lillian Le- cy Sansom, An- , Carol Womack, Rice. homo rooms 413 MISS THOMPSON BACK ROW: Paul Wren, David Rolf, Richard Duggan, Delmar Stamper, Wayne Van Noy, Larry McFarlane, Carl V. Stinnett, Charles Mooney. THIRD ROW: Roy Stone, Ray Whetsel, Ken- neth Wylie, Richard Culbertson, Bob Doyal, Jesse Metz, Barton Hulett, Norma Sanders. SECOND ROW: Bobette Johnson, Elvira Ibar- ra, Beverly Chatten, Donna Sheridan, Jane Strahan, Pat Browning, Gloria Johnson, Ronnie Bledsoe, Miss Thompson. FRONT ROW: Martha Ann Johnson, Madeline Gabel, Patricia Dunn, Kay Shigemura, Ma- rie Clark, Barbara Jackson, Betty Kern, Bernita Ryan. 413A MR. ROEDL BACK ROW: Ronald Kean, Bill Wetherill, Harvey Parker, Paschal Twyman, Ronald Ehrhardt, Stanley Wrabec, Mr. Roedl. MIDDLE ROW: Myra Miller, Duane Simpson, Phillip Burch, Howard Windhausen, David Phillips, Bill McClure, Milton Carter, Her- ald Holding. FRONT ROW: Wilma Bartels, Leila Mae Swearingin, Jean Nash, Mary Stone, Fran- ces Callahan, Georgia Pruesner, James Owen, Frank Morris. 414 MISS GAYLORD BACK ROW: John Kaler, Clifford Price, Way- man Taylor, James Malone, Robert Taylor, Dick Baker, Russell Pope. Loyd Laster, Jr. THIRD ROW: Norman Love, James Shoush, Gene Cross, Roy Allen, Ronald McCoy, Bud Wade, Jesse Bonura, Jack Marley. SECOND ROW: Bill Peoples, John McQueen, Pete Sirna, Norma Jean Dudding, Arlene Jones, Shirley Teft, Larry Swearingin, Eu- gene Cummings, Connie Womack. FRONT ROW: Ruth Kelly, Shirley Kinnaman, Norma Krueger, Deanne Lamkey, Carol Hall, Mary Lukens, Jocelyn Kellstrom, Miss Gaylord. 415 MRS. HENDERSON BACK ROW: Vernice Wood, Marlene Ryer- son, Geraldine Rodgers, Dorothy I-lodges, Yvonne Phillips, Gladys Cave, Mary Mad- dox, La Donna Penning, Mrs. Henderson. MIDDLE ROW: Nadine Monroe, Dana. Turn- er, Carolyn Vader, Yvonne Plimmer, Creta Lee Jackson, Helen Powers, -Ruth Simmons, Beverly La Sala, Peggy Milner. FRONT ROW: Bonnie Woodworth, Penny Spicer, Donna Campbell, Anna Lou Bry- eans, Jane Osborne, Josephine D1 .CapO, Leta Barnes, Wilma Hurr, Carol Lucrto. 416 MISS WADE BACK ROW: Andy Costanza, Kent Larsen, Harold Pittman, Eddie Hilligoss,' Don Toner, Bill Butcher, James Grmdmger, George Ratterree, Bob Price. THIRD ROW: Gary Stauss, Victor Hall, Ken- neth Collins, Richard Hickok, Bob Water- iield, Artie Ibarra, John McCullough, Jo- seph Trudell, Miss Wade. SECOND ROW: Robert Renfro, Jody Mangxa- racina, Nadyne Barker, John Brasslield, Floyd Stone, Fred Tullis, Dale Horn, Joan Sullivan, David Soblin. FRONT ROW: Jeannette Tann, Connie O'Hare, Carol Hedeen, Caroline Northington, Mari- lyn Fricke, Bonny Alexander, James Fuller, Arthur Weaver. 23 homo rooms BACK 417 MISS L. H. MILLER ROW: Walt Kuhn, Dean Dunaway, Vince Bennett, Bill Murray, Roy Henshaw, Burdette Plummer, Leonard Conrick, Miss Miller. THIRD ROW: Iames Henderson, Fred Dun- la Cl de Iohnson Ioe Merwin Kennie P, Y , 1 Williams, Richard Matthews, Anthony Distefano, Fred Brown. SECOND ROW: Norma Robinson, Ioanne Helffrich, Don Hughes, Beverly Alexander, Louanna Smith, Doris Iean Pratt, Patricia Iames, Kirk Saxton. FRONT ROW: Io Anne Geabhart, Pat Mc- Clelland, Betty Bell, Lila St. Gemme, Donna augcgan, Paul S. Cain, Dana Miller, Donna oo . BACK 419 MR. LONG-FELLOW ROW' And Anderson Dick Trekell - Y , , Bill Scotten, Granville Morgan, Troy An- drews, Frank Statesel, Gene Willmett, Glen Vogel, John Butler, Tony Butcher. THIRD ROW: Burton Engle, Iohn Adams, Mary Spanbauer, lack Stokes, Larry Bald- win, Bill Hancock, Ronald Waller, Char- maine Chatburn, Harold Catt, Kenneth Chrisman. SECOND ROW: Norman Vinyard, Sandra Hurst, Bettie Iohnson, Ioyce Finkland, Bob Reaster, Phillip Fortner, Kathryn Tate, Wil- ford Lee, Shirley Phillips, Mr. Longfellow. FRONT ROW: Barbara Bauer, Shirley Gor- ham, Rose Marie Tornabene, Wanda Horner, Patricia Bean, Barbara Christina, Helen Daniel, Shirley Holland, Ioan Parker. BACK Iohn trim, neth THIRD -420 MISS GREEN ROW: Lee Waterfield, Bill Pickett, Teller, Iack Buschhorn, Marvin An- Carl Burkhead, Glenn Martin, Ken- Carrier, Virgil Wisecarver. ROW: Fred Raveill, Io Ann Tellis, Patsy Dorrell, Robert Anderson, Iohn Os- gorne, Ierry Millard, Iimmy Dishman, Miss reen. SECOND ROW: Barbara Homan, Shirley Vansickle, Sue Slezak, Kentucky Dykes, Mary Schlie, Donna Young, Donna Parton, Nancy Parr. FRONT ROW: Deoline Cramer, Bob Van Com- pernolle, lean Goodpasture, Ioyce Fann, Mary Lou Smith, Iack Shreve, Tom Graves, Shirley Koelmel. 422 MISS GUFLER BACK ROW: Hazel Brown, Alma Hartley, Sandra Cates, Betty Frans, Mary Ryan, Norma Bryant, Mary Simons, Lyla Maddox. Miss THIRD nold, Gufler. ROW: Beverly Shirley, Dolores Ar- Velma Flippin, Dorothy Cox, Lorene Reisinger, Barbara Caldwell, Iosephine Balano, Shirley Walmsley. SECOND ROW: Alice Hazlett, Myrna Marr- well, Shirley Atkinson, Shirley Hurr, Dan- ny Harrison, Barbara Petersen, Iacqueline Jones, Marella Nave. FRONT ROW: Dorothy Campbell, Rosalie Harrell, Wanda Woody, Iudith Moberly, Shirley Case, Betty Staton, Patty Lyons, Io Ann Niccoli. HOMEROOM ABSENTEES BACK ROW: Marion Mistretta, Don Scanlon, Bob Alexander, Robert Pippin, Charlie Beaty, Charles Whitson, Robert Woolf, Iohnnie Henderson. THIRD ROW: Iane Weddle, Connie Naylor, Dixie Shrout, Lina Reeves, Lyell Walker, Robert Birch, Harold Phelps, Freda Mc- Clary. SECOND ROW: Donna Vessels, Phyllis Irwin, Iohn CaYiOn, Nancy McCannon, Dorothy Iohnson, Willa Farris, Virginia Thompson, Della Reed. FRONT ROW: Mary Passantino, Dorothy Lampton, Ioe Young, Betty Winfrey, Shir- 19Y THYIOI, Carol Curran, Betty Wallace, Ruthanne Harper. 24 DR Ch Co La! Te: lol Da, DE Ro nix Do De Iea Because cars and dr have been beginning which to l now becon curriculum. semester, l dents who DOIHS MILLER , Dean Dunaway, ay, Roy Henshaw, ard Conrick, Miss ierson, Fred Dun- e Merwin, Kennie ltthews, Anthony Robinson, Joanne Beverly Alexander, ean Pratt, Patricia Seabhart, Pat Mc- St. Gemme, Donna lana Miller, Donna PFELLOW son, Dick Trekell, Vlorgan, Troy An- Gene Willmett, ', Tony Butcher. gle, John Adams, ltokes, Larry Bald- ald Waller, Char- ld Catt, Kenneth Vinyard, Sandra yce Finkland, Bob Kathryn Tate, Wil- s, Mr. Longfellow. tuer, Shirley Gor- rrnabene, Wanda Barbara Christina, lland, Joan Parker. fREEN ield, Bill Pickett, horn, Marvin An- lenn Martin, Ken- aecarver. ll, Jo Ann Tellis, nderson, John Os- my Dishman, Miss Homan, Shirley Kentucky Dykes, ng, Donna Parton, ner, Bob Van Com- ture, Joyce Fann, reve, Tom Graves, UFLER 'n, Alma Hartley, ans, Mary Ryan. ons, Lyla Maddox, irley, Dolores Ar- rothy Cox, Lorene ldwell, Josephine y. zlett, Myrna Marr- Shirley Hurr, Dan- etersen, Jacqueline Campbell, Rosalie , Judith Moberly, ton, Patty Lyons, BSENTEES etta, Don Scanlon, Pippin, Charlie 1, Robert Woolf, e, Connie Naylor, 'es, Lyell Walker, helps, Freda Mc- sels, Phyllis Irwin, cCannon, Dorothy irginia Thompson, ssantino, Dorothy tty Winfrey, Shir- n, Betty Wallace, DRIVER TRAINING-BACK ROW: Richard Gauert, Vance Glasgow, Don Huff, Delmas Coupland, James Chappelow, Bob Long, Dean Dunaway, Roger Kittle, Marion Mistretta, Edward Harmon. THIRD ROW: Conrad Graham, Helen Lee, Patricia James, John Lockhart, Hubert Kent, Albert Kent, Lois Bell, Beverly LaSala, Theresa Spanbauer, George Foster. SECOND ROW: Wanda Pennington, Joanne I-Ielftrich, Ruth Templeton, Ronnie Bledsoe, James Logan, Frank Lynn, Bob Welch, Sam Pascuzzi, Richard Rinehart, Mr. Johnson. FRONT ROW: Edna Buckingham, Sue Breshears, Shirley Case, Betty Stubbs, Penny Spicer, Toni Danzo, Mary Braile, Charlene Speed, Joeanne Lacey, Nadine Phillips. DRIVER TRAINING tSprinq Semesterj-BACK ROW: Robert Parks, Dean Ide, Keith Wilson, Clifton Burkhead, Robert E. Durham, Mr, Johnson. THIRD ROW: Burt Hendricks, Rita Lee Haydel, Margaret Neal, Pat Pen- nington, Nita Sioux Pool, Jean Caldwell, Howard Burnaugh, William Mc!-llexander. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Schumaker, Gracie Beck, Teresa Tittone, Patricia Ranallo, Dolores Arnold, La Verle Yates, Norma De Vore, Frances Haas, Dale Horn. FRONT ROW: Dorothy Sands, Mary Scudiero, Lester Gillette, Norma Jean Lusher, Mary Frances Pomie, Barbara Hilker, Janet How, Vince Burgio, Beverly Hinote. driver training emphasizes safe drivin Because of the ever increasing number of cars and drivers on the highways today, steps have been taken in high schools to teach beginning drivers the safe, correct Way in which to handle a car. Driver training has now become an important part of our school curriculum. The course is taught for one semester, limited to a maximum of fifty stu- dents vvho spend two days each week in class, studying their manuals on different phases of safety. One day of each Week a student drives a training car, which is pro- vided through the Automobile Club and the Union Chevrolet Company. The car is dual controlled, so that when the student drives, the instructor is able to take over quickly in an emergency. The course teaches techniques and skills in handling a car, as Well as traffic safety. 25 E 5' I " " M4 -. - ...., ..-1:- n nf Q. . tj r .'-.5 J L 1: CO-OPERATIVE OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION-BACK ROW: Roy Henshaw, Paschal Twyman, Harvey Parker, Ray Smarr, Keith Hall, Bill Wetherill, Stanley Wrabec, Bill McClure, Mr. Roedl. FOURTH ROW: Phillip Burch, Myra Miller, Mary Smith, A1 Wallace, Howard Windhausen, David Phillips, Ronald Kean, Herald Holding, Ronald Ehrhardt. THIRD ROW: Carol Loulos, Gladys Cave, Ray Whetsel, June Henley, Elizabeth Kemmerer, Iames Henderson, Frank Morris, Arnold Arenson, Duane Simpson. SECOND ROW: Louise McFarland, Donna Wood, Mary Lou Plumlee, Georgia Pruesner, Nancy Iones, Nancy Asher, Vernice Wood, Iames Owen, Dorothy Hodges. FRONT ROW: Wilma Bartels, Leila Swearingin, Jean Nash, Mary Lou Stone, Valerie T. Perry, Iane Osborne, Donna Duggan, Frances Callahan. - C. 0. 6. This program enables students to earn their high school diplomas and at the same time gain actual work experience. These studem attend school in the morning and, from Mr. Roedl, receive classroom instruction on how most effectively to handle their jobs. They leave school at noon to go to their places of employment. CEIFCCI' S The careers class helps students in choosing the vocation for which they are best suited. The requirements, preparation, and rewards of each occupation are analyzed, thus providing an excellent opportunity for careful and wise se- lection. CAREERS CLASS-BACK ROW: Harry Roberts, Henry Deller, Ed Thompson, Allen Anderson, Bob Stokes, Ronnie Correll, Dean Nicholas. THIRD ROW: Pat Fry, Myrtle Parker, Pauline Kremer, Muriel Faustlin, Charles Baer, Ioe E. Wllle, Tom Payne. SECOND ROW: Shirley Masters, Shirley Downing, Eilene Coen, Iohn Osborne, Barbara Homan Bernice Lane Margaret Flanagan, Miss L H. Mill r FRONT ROW. D h , , . e . ' orot y Campbell, Betty Mulmx, Bonn1e Mulmx, Gladys Nicks, Shirley Green, Billie Io Osburn, Barbara Lynn. 'W Q7 iw? :Q 9 iw W. Mi l UN gea Wa: This year members el Northeast, a for the first classmen! 'll to their sen careful cons- This class en President, Donald Ch irvey LOW: Cean, nley. LOW: rnice Mary ls in choosing est suited. The Wards of each providing an sv 35 Q- 5. ln CD rn lokes, rstlin, Coen, nrothy , 4 f fr r -'iwpf , 7 . , 0 , , li f W i ft 1 7 -9 f ' w ff! bf-W lyws IUNIOR OFFICERS Cleft to rightJ4Ricl'iard Trekell, President: Donald Best, Reporter: Suzanna Brown, Ser- geant at Arms: Donald Chapin, Vice-President: IoAnn Lusby, Treasurer: Donald Hatfield, Gittoriany Nancy Wasson, Secretary: Mrs. Bell, Adviser Cabsentj. junior class steps into the lime ight This year there are tive hundred and eight members enrolled in the Iunior Class at Northeast, all proud to be juniors, for now, for the first time, they are considered upper- classmen! These students are looking forward to their senior year, and many are giving careful consideration to the choice of a career. This class elected as its officers the following: President, Richard Treckellp Vice-President, Donald Chapin, Secretary, Nancy Wasson, Treasurer, Io Ann Lusbyp Sergeant at Arms, Suzanna Brown, Gittorian, Donald Hatfield, and Reporter, Donald Best. They acted as a committee to help plan one of the most im- portant social events of the year, the lunior- Senior Prom. Another happy incident in the lite oi the Iuniors is the day they order their Senior Class rings and pins, for they realize that they are now about to reach the dignity of being called SENIOBS. 27 . . :Y 1--:-:rr :-1-v-1-,18-l. Baa-...l-..,.-..k.-zli' , V11 SENIOR OFFICERS-BACK ROW: Bill Strawn, Sergeant at Arms: Orlo Enyeart, Treasurer: Nugent Adams, Vice-President: Iohn Dods, Reporter. FRONT ROW: Don Childs, President: Patricia Hayes, Secretary: Iosephine Ranallo, Giftoriam Mr. Calvert, Adviser tabsentl. these seniors head class of '51 Four hundred and twenty-six strong, the class of "5l" elected its Senior Officers in a special Senior assembly. These student lead- ers count the lunior Officer ballots, help plan the Iunior-Senior Prom, the last social event to be held before the seniors leave, and spon- sor a Senior assembly consisting of many types of dramatic talent. Donald Childs was chosen as class Presi- dent. Tops in basketball and in making friends, he is always ready with a smile for everyone. As Vice-President of the class, towering Nugent Adams literally "fills" his position. 28 The fun-loving Patricia Hayes handles the job of class Secretary. Orlo Enyeart, whose quiet good nature has been noticed by all, is class Treasurer. The role of Giftorian is played by Iosephine Banallo. This peppy girl has numerous and varied activities. Iohn Dods is class Reporter and, on the Senior Ballot, was voted the boy who has done the most for Northeast. Bill Strawn, prominent football player, is Sergeant at Arms. 1 N Z 3 I Marlene Ryersl Most Popular Shirley Tunge Jolly Good Gi Anne Foster a Worst Girl Fl 5!Gf tdams, retaryg s handles the mod nature has easurer. 1 by Iosephine numerous and r and, on the boy who has Dall player, is outstandjn seniors elected to ballot Marlene Ryerson and Don Gates, Most Popular Girl and Boy. Shirley Tungett and Clinton Hayes, Iolly Good Girl and Boy. Anne Foster and Frank Simmons, Worst Girl Flatterer and Best Boy Blutier. Martha Iohnson and Bill Strawn, Society Belle and Social Lion. Carol Goehner and Charles Whitson. Best Actress and Actor. Margaret Porter and Phil Farley, Best Girl and Boy Students. Norma Palmer and Anthony Scardino, Best Girl and Boy Athletes. Elaine Cummins and Iohn Dods, Girl and Boy Who Have Done Most for Northeast 29 g 1 ' 'mmm 'rqtrgzr -'.T:-:-:.::..-..:f::' ! Y vr ! ' -- fl ange- gee M.. -ff... . A .. .J A . , t ... f X 5- nz:-1 J 'Q' 'S seniors ,51 'QP tilt k :. 4 L fm., I-1 Af fx ' Q , f-fvl' l 41" ,ff f ,L ,L I no :,,4 1 . . ' , . ' ' ,V1,', ' gg5',Kg'5 , W' 1 A , , 563' K K H! Q ..:+. f .V 1 ii ' , -'tw-'.,'55Ag,.rf-,f I If fx , 'Q 4, v-at I J lf? 4' A' i 1 1 ' ' 'f ,jf ,,', jf: 1 li' 1 Z I - Wff'fVW LIIV A ll ' E 'll , 30 ADAMS, JAMES BRYAN A Cappella 2, 4: Debater 2: Football Second Team Z: Track Team 2, 4: N Club Z, 4. ADAMS, NUGENT RAY Iunior Class Vice-President: Debater 2, 3: Football Second Team 2, 3: Basketball First Team 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, All-City First Team Si N Club Z, 3, 4: Senior Class Vice-President. ALEXANDER, BEVERLY ANN . Y-Teen 3. ALLEE, FLORENCE RENEE Y-Teen 2: Delta 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Student Council 2. ALLEN, LARRY LEE AMMERMAN, IO ANN Courier Stati 3: Y-Teen Z: A Cappella 3, 4: Alpha 2, 3, Treasurer 3. ANDERSON, FINES REED Hi-Y 4. ANDERSON, GAYLORD Track Team 4: Student Council 2, 3. ANDERSON, RUTH ELOISE Y-Teen 3, 4. ANNIS, ANITA IOAN Spanish Club 4: Courier Staff 3: Y-Teen 2, 4: Delta 2, 3. ANTRIM, DALE EDWIN Cheerleader 3, 4: Courier Fourth-Page Editor 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Tennis Team 2. ARCHER, HOLLIS EUGENE R. O. T. C. Second Lieutenant 4, Battalion Staff 4. ARENSON, ARNOLD LEO ARNOLD, DAN THOMAS Hi-Y 2, 3: Football Second Team 2, First Team 3, 4, All-City First Team 3: N Club 3, 4. ARNOLD, IO ANNE Art Honor Society 3: Art Club 3, 4. ARNOLD, LORETTA IUNE Courier Editor in Chief 3: Y-Teen 2: Theta 2, 3: Student Council 4. ARTERBURN, ELLEN IEANNINE Olympic Club 2, 3, 4: Nor'easter Staif 4: Bowling Student Manager 3: Hockey Student Manager 3. ARVIN, MARGIE LOUISE Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra Officer 4. ASHER, NANC ASHWORTH Band 2, 3, I ATKINSC Nor'eas Secreta: AUSMAN, PA Courier Thin 2, 3, 4. BALANO. BARELLI BARNES, LET. Y-Teen 4. BARRETT, A Cappe BARTEI Theta BECK, GRACI A Cappella I BELL, BET' Speech 1 BEN NE Alpha BENNETT, VIl Band 2, 3, 4, BENSON, I Y-Teen 2 BICKEI. BLACK, DONI Art Contest BLAIR, CC Olympic Theta 2, Team 4: ball Stud Manager BORCI-l Hi-Y 1 tball Seconc Team t Debater 2 3 I Basketball First City First Team 3 ss Vice President asurer 3 Student A Cappella 3 xnci 2 3 it 3 YTeen Fourth Page Editor m utenant 4 Battalion Team 2 First Team N Club 3 4 Club 3 4 Teen 2 Theta 2 3 IINE Nor'easter Stall 4' 3' Hockey Student Officer 4. fl V . ASHER NANCY IEAN ASHWORTH IACK WILLIAM Band 2 3 4 ATKINSON SHIRLEY LOU Nor easter Ltterary Editor 4 C110 2 3 4 Secretary 4 Student Council 2 4 AUSMAN PATRICIA MAY Courler Third Page Editor 4 A Cappella 3 Delta 3 BALANO IOSEPHINE CECELIA BARELLI BETTY LOU BARNES LETA MARIAN Y Teen 4 BARRETT WARREN DILLON A Cappella 3 4 Nor easter Staff 4 BARTELS WILMA LEE Theta 3 Student Council 4 BECK GRACE ELLEN A Cappella 3 4 BELL BETTY LOUISE Speech Art Club 2 Seal Club BENNETT PATRICIA ANN Alpha 4 BENNETT VINCENT CHARLES Band 2 3 4 Oif1cer3 Orchestra 2 Debater Z 3 BENSON BETTY GAY Y Teen 2 BICKEL WILLIAM EDWARD BLACK DONALD HARRISON Art Contest 3 Art Club 2 3 Stage Crew 3 BLAIR CORNELIA Olympic Club 2 3 4' Nor easter Staff 4' Theta 2 3 4 Treasurer 3' All-Star Hockey Team 4' All-Star Basketball Team 4' Basket- ball Student Manager 3' Volleyball Student Manager 3' Student Council 2. BORCHARDT WILLIAM EUGENE Hi-Y 4. SCIIIOI s 5 1 4 'M li seniors ,51 A - N, - i .. f A 4 al il I N Q'-1. 'ik gli ,I at I '.,' . g XI I K K gk A 'V . vk-:- 1 ::- Q U V gi ' ,M f X, X, , 2? Q 2 ' ' .11 32 ,X BRADSHAW, DONNA LEE BRADSHAW. NANCY LEE BRAILE, MARY FRANCES Speech Arts Club 4: Cour 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2. BRIM, GEORGE ELMO BROTEMARKLE, BETTY ANN Y-Teen 3, 4. ier Staff 2: Y-Teen BROWN. EVANGELINE SHIRLEY BROWN, FRED WALTER Iunior Class Sergeant at Arms: Debater 2: Foot- ball First Team 2, 3, 4, All-City Second Team 3: Basketball First Team 2, 3, 4: Track Team 2, 3, 4: N Club 2, 3, 4. BRUNO, VIRGINIA Olympic Club 2, 3. BRYEANS, ANNA LOUISE Student Council 3. BUCKINGHAM, EDNA MAE BURCH, IOEL PHILLIP Band 2, 3, 4. BURKHEAD, CLIFTON RAYMOND Orchestra 2, 3, 4. BURNAUGH, HOWARD PAUL Speech Arts Club 3, 4: Debater Cast 3. BUTCHER, WILLIAM EDGAR Debater 3, 4: A Cappella 2. 3: Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, BUTTERFIELD, HARRIETT BUTTON. WAYNE MARION A Cappella 4. CAIN, PAUL SANFORD 3, 4: Spring Play 3, 4: Spring Play MARLENE CALDWELL, BARBARA MAUREEN Courier Staff 4. CALDWELL, IE Speech Arts l Spring Play C CALLAHAN CAMPBELE A Cappe CANGELOSE, I Art Contest 2, tary 2: Courie 3, 4: Delta 2, CARLTON , 1 Speech A: Student Cc CARTER. CARTER, WANQ Olympic Club All-Star Baske CARY. EDG CAVE. GL. CHAMBERS. AP Basketball Se: Track Team 3. CHAPMAN. Football Se N Club 3, CHATMA Y-Teen 2, 3. 4, CHILDS. DONAI Football Secont Second Team J Team 3: N C1 CHRISTIAN. Seal Club 3 COFFMAI COLEMAN, THCI Courier Staff 4 3, 4, Crack C CONRICK. L COLLARA ,,- V, L . 1 ., LQ: 4 1 , V nw CALDWELL I EAN MARIE Speech Arts Club 2 4 YTeen 2 Cllo Spnng Play Cast 3 Student Counc1l 2 CALLAHAN FRANCES LUCILLE CAMPBELL DONNA IEAN A Cappella 3 4 Alpha 3 Student Councll 4 CANGELOSE LOUELLA LOU Art Contest 2 Forelgn Language Club 2 Secre tary 2 Couner FIISI Page Edltor 4 A Cappella 3 4 Delta 2 3 4 Student Councll 2 CARLTON GEORGIE MARIE Speech Arts Club Secretary 2 YTeen 2 Student Councll 2 CARTER MILTON RAY CARTER WANDA MAXINE Olymplc Club 2 3 4 All Star Hockey Team 4 All Star Basketball Team 4 Student Counc11 CARY EDGAR CYRUS CAVE GLADYS LORRAINE CHAMBERS ARTHUR MANFORD Basketball Second Team 2 FIISI Team 3 4 Track Team 3 4 CHAPMAN IOHN WILLIAM Football Second Team 2 FIISL Team 3 4 N Club 3 4 CHATMAN BETTY SUE YTeen 2 3 4 A Cappella 3 4 Alpha 2 3 4 Secretary 4 Student Councxl 4 CHILDS DONALD EUGENE Football Second Team 3 FIISI Team 4 Basketball Second Team 2 F1rst Team 3 4 All Clty Second Team 3 N Club 3 4 Senior Class Presldent CHRISTIAN IUDYTH G Seal Club 3 4 Secretary Treasurer 4 Theta 4 COFFMAN MARY ELIZABETH COLEMAN THOMAS LESTER Couner Staff 4 R O T C Major 4 R1ile Team 3 4 Crack Company 2 CONRICK LEONARD IOSEPH . 7 - : ' 2, 3, 45 h , . , I I 4r RUREEN COLLARA, ELEANORE ANN seniors '51 4-'A' . --Q' W' dh 0 J . t, .3 R 'w:'55?W'5f ' 7 3 i: . - -b..f V25 . W A , 'QQ V if 'I ,,z,,.f " 1 y y 'Q '7 ff . L ' .IQ - :Q V f A ' K AT V . . Him... ,.,. Aff'AA f A 'R' ,+L vi! 4' I ,ff l -' af .rf.,. . 1.0 .V ,,i. Q . . mf' t V .. ,..,, A, I 1 I 34 . . .72 73.9, .. UQ,l COOPER. EDWARD LEE Football Second Team 2. First Team 3: Track Team 2, 3, 4. COSENTINO. HENRY IOHN Hi-Y 3, 4: Debater 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Student Council 4. COUPLAND, ELMER DELMAS Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Benton 2: Student Council 2. COWAN. ROBERT WAYNE R. O. T. C. First Lieutenant 4, Crack Platoon 3. CRAYNE. WILLIAM BRUCE CRISPI. ANTOINETTE CROSSLEY. VALARIE IAE Y-Teen 2, 3. ' CROSWHITE, IAMES PAUL, IR. R. O. T. C. Honor Guard 2, 3, 4, Crack Com- pany 2, 3, Crack Platoon 2, Color Guard 2, 3: Benton 3, 4. CRUMPTON, KATHERINE MARIE CUMMINS, ELAINE ESTELLE Cheerleader 3, 4: Iunior Class Treasurer: Olym- pic Club 2, 3: Speech Arts Club 4: Courier Staff 3: Y-Teen 2, 3: Clio 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Presi- dent 4: Spring Play Cast 3: Student Council 2: Senior Ballot. CURETON, BARBARA ANN CURNUTT, GERALD RAY DAKE, CARL HERBERT R. O. T. C. Master Sergeant 3. DAKE, DERETHA DALTON, ELVIN MILTON DANZO, ANTOINETTE MARIE DAVIDSON, VIRGINIA SHIRLENE EASLEY, IC Y'Teen 2' 3' Football s. DAY, FRANK EUGENE ,I EDWARI DE ANGELO, I. A Cappella 2, 4, Vice-Presidt cil 3: Speech Chief 4. DEHN, WILI Delta 2, 3: De SALV1 Art Cor Student DeVORE, NORIV Olympic Club DeWALT, RC Benton 2, 3 DiCAPO. A Capp DISTEFANO, All Student Counc DODS, IOHN Speech Art: 4: Debater Track Mane Council 2, Student Co Senior Ballc DOLL, RC Poster G Club 3. DUGGAN, DONI A Cappella 4: DUNAWAY, Hi-Y 2: Stu DUNCAN. Football DUNLAP, F RED DURHAM, ROB Debater 3, 4. EAGER, DCI Speech A Theta 2, 3 EARLES, RALPH Track Team 2, Seal Cl it Team 3: TIaCk tasurer 3: Student MAS V Student Council 2. , Crack Platoon 3. IR. , 3. 4, Crack Com- Color Guard Z, 3: 5 MARIE s Treasurer: Olym- ub 4: Courier Staii Secretary 3, Presi- Student Council 2: 3. KLENE Y-7.---r-4.12-.4 N'F"' DE ANGELO, IACQUELINE MARIE A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3: Delta 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4: Student Coun- cil 3: Speech Arts Club 4: Courier Editor in Chief 4. DEHN, WILLA FRANCES Delta 2, 3: Student Council 2. De SALVO, CARMELINE IEAN Art Contest Z: Art Club 2, 3: Delta 2, 3: Student Council 2, 3. DeVORE, NORMA GLENN Olympic Club 3, 4. DeWALT, ROBERT HENRY Benton 3, 4, President 4. DiCAPO. IOSEPHINE FRANCES A Cappella 4: Student Council 2, 3. DISTEFANO, ANTHONY V. Student Council 2, 4. DODS, IOHN CHESTER Speech Arts Club 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Debater 2, 3, 4: Football Manager 3, 4: Track Manager 3, 4: N Club 3, 4: Student Council 2, 4, First Vice-President 4: All-City Student Council 4: Senior Class Reporter: Senior Ballot. DOLL, ROBERTA FAYE Poster Contest 3: Art Contest 2, 3: Art Club 3. DUGGAN. DONNA JOYCE A Cappella 4: Theta 3. DUNAWAY, DEAN ROY Hi-Y 2: Student Council 2. DUNCAN, IOHN LAURENCE Football First Team 3, 4. DUNLAP, FRED HARVEY DURHAM, ROBERT ELTON Debater 3, 4. EAGER, DOROTHY IOAN Speech Arts Club 3, 4: A Cappella 3, 4: Theta 2, 3, 4. EARLES, RALPH CLAYTON Track Team 2, 3, 4. EASLEY, IOHN TAYLOR Football Second Team 2, First Team 3, 4. EDWARDS, MARGARET LU ELLA Seal Club 4. : il I seniors ,51 , fi Y w l. fgzigiagf, A , .1 I . 1933 ,,.i,ff'e'?.,:5,,j if ,, fW,41,f.4,:ffQZ r ..,, 1, -. 'Q 35 seniors .Q , ., It f ., i - ,Q I EW-6-gal . ' "K ,. ,.. I AX rl 36 EHRHARDT, RONALD LOUIS ELLIOTT, DEAN HUBERT Football First Team 3, 4: N Club 3, 4. ENYEART, ORLO CLAYTON Football First Team 3: Track Team 2, 3. 4: N Club 2, 3, 4: Senior Class Treasurer. ERICKSON, RUBY IEAN Y-Teen 3, 4: Clio 2: Student Council 4. EVANS, AR'I'HUR LAHUE Art Honor Society 2, 3: Poster Contest 3: Art Contest Z, 3: Art Club 2, 3, President 3: Spring Play Cast 3: Student Council 2, 3: Benton 2, 3, Treasurer 3. FANN, RAYMOND EARL Benton 3, 4, President 4. FARLEY. PHIL ALAN Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Band 2, 3, 4, Officer 4: Dance Band 3: R. O. T. C. Captain 3: Benton 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Secretary 4: Student Council 2: Senior Ballot. FARMER. STANLEY ALLEN FINN, IOANNE FINTER, CHARLES WILLIAM Speech Arts Club 2: R. O. T. C. Captain 4. Honor Guard 2, 3: Stage Crew 3. FORTNER. BOB LEE Student Council 3. FOSTER. ADALENE ANNE Speech Arts Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3: Courier Staff 3: Y-Teen 3: A Cappella 3, 4: Nor'easter Business Manager 4: Theta 2. 3: Spring Play Cast 3: Student Coun- cil 2, 3: Senior Ballot. FOSTER, BILL RAY Football Second Team 2, 3: Basketball First Team 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4. FREW. DAVID WRIGHT Band 2, 3, 4: Dance Band 3. FULTON, MARVIN Courier Business Manager 4: A Cappella 3, 4: Track Team 3: Spring Play Cast 2, 3. GALE, IAMES Track Team 3, 4. GARDNER. MARY LOU GATES, DON MORRISON Speech Arts Club 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Debater 2, 3, 4, President 4: Spring Play Cast 3: Student Council President 4: All-City Stu- dent Council 4: Senior Ballot, GAULD, F RAI GEABHART, Courier Sta Secretary 4 GERARD, Courier Delta 2, GERBER, GER. Band 2, 3, 4: GIBSON, Pl GLASS, B GOEHNER, CA Iunior Class C Secretary 2, President 4: t 4: Spring Pla Secretary 4: J ior Ballot. GORHAM, I Courier Sta GOWINC Art Ch GRANT, HAROI GREEN, DOB! Olympic Clu GREEN, R A Capp N Club GROSHONG, M Y-Teen 3, 4. GUTH, CHA R. O. T. C. HALE, 1 ' Orche: Counc HALL, KEITH l Courier Staff HALL, WIL HAMILTO Hi-Y 2, 3 llub 3, 4. 'I lck Team 2, 3. 4: rss Treasurer. DUHCII 4 oster Contest 3 2 3 Pres1dent3 nt Counc1l 2 3 l2 3 4 Oihcer 4 Capta1n 3 Benton cretary 4 Student C Capta1n w N 3 4 Secretary 3 n 3 A Cappella 3 Manager 4 Theta t 3 Student Coun 3 Basketball Frrst 1 Lager 4 A Cappella prmg Play Cast 2 3 H1Y 2 3 4 Debater pnng Play Cast 3 ent 4 All Cxty Stu Ballot fill .,H. . -' , GAULD. FRANCIS EUGENE GEABHART. IO ANNE Courier Staff 45 A Cappella 3, 4: Clio Z, 3, 4, Secretary 4. GERARD, IO ANN Courier Second-Page Editor 3: Y-Teen 4: Delta 2 3 4 Treasurer 4 GERBER GERALD MARCUS Band 2 3 4 A Cappella 3 4 GIBSON PAULINE ELIZABETH GLASS BETTY LOU GOEHNER CAROL ROMAYNE Iumor Class Gxftonan Speech Arts Club 2 3 4 Secretary 2 Presxdent 3 A Cappella Z 3 Pres1dent4 Cl1o 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 Presxdent 4 Sprlng Play Cast 3 Student Counc1l Z 3 4 Secretary 4 All Cxty Student Counc1l 3 4 Sen lor Ballot GORHAM SHIRLEY ANN Couner Staff 3 Theta 2 3 GOWING NANCY ELIZABETH Art Club 3 4 GRANT HAROLD EUGENE GREEN DOROTHY IEAN Olymplc Club 3 4 Couner Staff 4 Theta 3 4 GREEN RONALD EUGENE A Cappella 3 4 Football Frrst Team 3 N Club 3 GROSHONG MARTHA FERN YTeen 3 4 GUTH CHARLES LOUIS R O T C Second L1eutenant HALE GLEN ELBERT Orchestra 2 3 4 Oth 4 Student Counc1l 4 HALL KEITH LYLE Cour1er Staff 4 R O T C Z Student Counc1l 3 HALL WILMA GERALDINE HAMILTON DONALD EUGENE H1Y 2 3 Student Counc1l 2 4 seniors ,51 X , aww 51 y 46 7!Pf wwf Z7 37 ?lf. seniors x 4' I XZ' 9 J 4 ' 55 1 M, 1 'V x , L i ra E 38 HAMILTON, GEORGE FRANKLIN Stage Crew 3. HANNSZ, PHYLLIS IOAN Seal Club 4: Theta 3. 4. HARDING, ELIZABETH ROSE Y-Teen 2, 4. HARLESS, MELVIN LEE Football First Team 3, 4: Track Team 2, 3, 4: N Club 3, 4. HARMON, EDWARD CLARK, IR. HARRELL. ROSALIE MAY HARRIS, BARBARA LEE Courier Stalf 3: Y-Teen 2: Alpha 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2. HARRIS, MELVA IEAN HARTER, PAUL EUGENE HATCHITT, IANET Olympic Club 2, 3, President 3: Y-Teen 2, 3: Delta 2, 3: All-Star Hockey Team 2, 3, Captain 3: All-Star Basketball Team 2: All-Star Volleyball Team 3: All-Star Individual Team 2: Student Council 2. HAWKINS, MARY RAYE Art Club 4: Y-Teen 2: Theta 3, 4. HAYDEL, RITA LEE HAYDEN, RANDALL Hi-Y 4: Band 2, 3, 4, Officer 4: R .O. T. C. Sec- ond Lieutenant 3, Drum Bugle Corps 2, 3: De- bater 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2. HAYES, CLINTON CLIFFORD Cheerleader 3, 4: Hi-Y Z, 3: Band 2, 3, 4. Officer 3, 4: A Cappella 3, 4: Track Team 3, 4: Senior Ballot. HAYES, PATRICIA COLLENE Seal Club 3, 4, President 4: Y-Teen 4: A Cappella 3, 4, Secretary 4: Theta 2, 3, 4, President 4: Senior Class Secretary. HAYNES, IAMES IEFFERSON HEALY, IOHN GILBERT Speech Arts Club 4: Benton Secretary 4: Foot- ball Second Team 2, First Team 3: Track Team 2, 3. HEFFERN, THOMAS LARRY HEIDBRIER, DI HELFF RICH, HENDERSOI HENDERSON, 1 Spanish Club bater 2, 3. 4: HENDRICKS Seal Club Y-Teen 4: HENDRIC Olympi 3,4:. Team E HENLEY MERL HEN SHAW, HERMAN, HICKAM, DAN. Speech Arts 2, 3, 4. Treasi 4: Nor'easter Crack Compai 2, 3, 4: Spril 2, 3, 4. HILKER, BA Poster Con 2: Spanish Z, 3, 4, Tre HIN OTE, Orchest HIRST, IAMES Hi-Y 3, 4: Deg 3: Track Tea HODGES, Dtl HODGES, Q Nor'easte N Club 3 HOLDING, HER Football Seco HOPKINS, F Hi-Y 4: Tr HOPPER. I 'SE :k Team 2, 3, 47 I, IR. ra Z, 3, 4: Student t 3: Y-Teen 2, 3: am 2, 3, Captain 3: All-Star Volleyball Team 2: Student ta 3, 4. 4: R .O. T. C. Sec- le Corps 2, 3: De- l 2. RD L, 3: Band 2, 3, 4, 4: Track Team 3, 4: .LENE Ldent 4: Y-Teen 47 etary 4: Theta 2, 3, Class Secretary. n Secretary 4: Foot- 1'eam 3: Track Team LRY HEIDBRIER, DAVID PHILLIP HELFFRICH, IOANNE BEVERLY HENDERSON, IAMES LLOYD HENDERSON. IOHN EARL. IR. Spanish Club 3: Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: Band 2, 3, 4: De- bater 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4. HENDRICKSON, LOIS LEE Seal Club Vice-President 4: Courier Staff 4: Y-Teen 4: A Cappella 3, 4: Delta 2, 3, 4. HENDRICKSON. PHYLLIS ANN Olympic Club 3. 4: Y-Teen 4: A Cappella 3, 4: Delta 2, 3. 4: All-Star Volleyball Team 3. HENLEY MERLYN IUNE HENSHAW, LAWRENCE ROY HERMAN, ANNE FRANCES HICKAM, DANA SHELBY Speech Arts Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4: Nor'easter Staff 3: R. O. T. C. Captain 3, Crack Company 2, 3, Crack Platoon Z: Debater 2. 3, 4: Spring Play Cast 3: Student Council Z, 3, 4. HILKER, BARBARA IEAN Poster Contest 3: Art Contest 2, 3: Art Club 2: Spanish Club 4: Nor'easter Staff 4: Theta Z, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. HINOTE, BEVERLY LOU 1 Orchestra 2, 3, 4. HIRST, IAMES HAYWOOD Hi-Y 3, 4: Debater 3, 4: Basketball Second Team 3: Track Team 3: Student Council 3, 4. HODGES, DOROTHY FAYE HODGES, MILTON DALE Nor'easter Staff 4: Football First Team 3, 47 N Club 3, 4. HOLDING, HERALD Football Second Team 2. HOPKINS, FLOYD, IR. Hi-Y 4: Track Team 3, 4: N Club 3, 4. HOPPER, EDNA ELIZABETH seniors '51 39 seniors '51 - , Q 1 Q .. ,. .. . N - -. 1' -f ! f . , .,. 2 ,f . VV: I f V 'V . ...f if .I -Q' - f 4 N I f I I 3: ' in 4 Q Y 457 a .4 Q 'BF ' , S 162 l th l ' . l . l 1 3 40 ! 5 , ,Of Q-H J i A . fi? A HORN, MARVIN DALE Hi-Y 2. HOTCHKISS, MARY IOSEPHINE Student Council 3. HOW. IANET RUTH Speech Arts Club 2, 3, 4: Y-Teen 2, 3, 4: Alpha Z, 3, 4. HOWERY, ROBERT RAY Art Club 2, 3, 4: Band Officer 2, 3, 4: Orchestra Officer 2, 3, 4: Debater 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Student Council 2, 3. HUBBARD, PATRICIA ANN HUDDLESTON, MARY EILEEN I-IUFF, SHIRLEY ANN Foreign Language Club 2: Courier Staff 3: Y- Teen Z: R. O. T. C. Captain 4 CHonoraryl, S-Z Assistant 4: Delta Z, 3, 4: Student Council 2. HUGHES, DONALD LAWRENCE R. O. T. C. Sergeant 4. HURR, WILMA NADINE HUTCHINGS, ERNEST FRANK A Hi-Y 3: Football First Team 2, 3, 4: Track Team 3, 4. HUTCHINS, LUCILE A. Courier Staff 4: Student Council 3. HUTSON, ROBERT LIGGETT IBARRA, ARTHUR V. IDE, DONALD LEON Art Club 2: R. O. T. C. Major 4, Honor Guard 2, 3, Crack Squad 2: Debater 3. IACKSON, CRETA LEE Olympic Club 3, 4. IAMES, CLAUDE SAMUEL IAMES, PATRICIA IOLENE IAMES, ROSA LEE IUANITA Speech Arts Club 2: Courier Staff 3: A Cap- pella 3, 4: Clio 3, 4. IAQUES, RICI Football Sec Team 2. IOHN SEN . Art Hono Club 2, 3 4: Debate Council E I OHNSC Band l JOHNSON, DC Football Secc IOHNSON, Courier S1 cil 2.. IOHNSC Art C11 IOHNSON, GL1 IOHNSON, M Band Officel 3: Student 1 IOHNSO IONES, NANCH1 I ONES, NORII Foreign Lan dent 4: Y-Ta KEAN, RO' A Cappe- KEELER, N ORl N or'easter Sta KEMMERER, Student C KEMP, B Olympi KENT, ALBERT KENT, HUBER Student Cou KESSINGE Courier Student HE : Y-Teen 2, 3, 42 Z, 3, 4: Orchestra 4, Treasurer 32 EN urier Staff 3' Y- 4 KHonoraryl. S-2 ant Council 2. 3 4 Track Team mcil 3 Honor Guard r Staff 3 A Cap M IAQUES, RICHARD DOUGLAS Football Second Team Z, First Team 3: Track Team Z. IOHNSEN, LOUIS HARWOOD Art Honor Society 2: Art Contest 2, 3, 4: Art Club Z, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Hi-Y 3, 4, President 4: Debater 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Student Council 3. IOHNSON, CLYDE EUGENE Band 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4. JOHNSON, DONALD EUGENE Football Second Team 2: Track Team 3. IOHNSON, DOROTHY ELLEN Courier Staff 4: Y-Teen Z, 3, 4: Student Coun- cil 2.. IOHNSON, ETHELDA IEANICE Art Club 4: Clio 3, 4. JOHNSON, GLORIA ANNE IOHNSON, MARTHA ANN Band Officer 3, 4: Alpha 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 3: Student Council 2 3 4: Senior Ballot. IOHNSON WALLACE M IR IONES NANCY LEE IONES NORMA LOIS Foreign Language Club 3 Spanish Club Presi dent 4 YTeen 4 A Cappella 4 KEAN RONALD DAVID A Cappella 3 KEELER NORMA IEAN Nor easter Staff 2 3 Alpha Z 3 4 Treasurer 4 KEMMERER ELIZABETH ANNETTA Student Counc1l 2 KEMP BILLIE IEAN Olympic Club Z 3 Clio 2 3 KENT ALBERT CALVIN KENT HUBERT ALVIN Student Council 3 KESSINGER DOROTHY LOUISE Student Council 4 CE 1 - ITT - , r 4, ' 3. ' - ' , , 4: ' , , 4. L 2 l - Courier Staff 3: Y-Teen 2: Clio 2, 3, 4: seniors '51 .x a ' ' I 1 i' 1: Q 3 zz? 2 t t ' g if 'S' Q K I 3' s lj K 1 ' -lf 9 t J tit 3.4 -. ...I f il . .. - pig ,, 54, , 22 f. t if ' -.A ,' ' , V ,1 . J ffm? -ef I 4 f , 'I f e, A , ,wwf . .T -M , Y ,A ' -447,1 F1517 5 ' ' jk I ' 9 ' , . ' , wg I Z ' f -'H I I x ' ' ' ' - ' I I 3 ' ' ' - ' 1' ff f' 42 KIENZLE, THOMAS EDWARD KING, IACK KINNETT. MARVIN LEROY Debater 2: Football First Team 2, 3, 4, Cap- tain 3, 4, All-City First Team 3, All-City Sec- ond Team 4: Basketball First Team 2, 3: Track Team 2, 3, 4: N Club 2, 3, 4.9 KIRKMAN, IULIA LEE KISER, IOYCE ELAINE Olympic Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Y-Teen 4: Theta 4: All-Star Basketball Team 2, 4: All- Star Hockey Team 3, 4: Courier Staff 4. KITTLE, ROGER STANLEY Poster Contest-3: Art Contest 2, 3: R. O. T. C. Corporal 2, 3. KUHN, WALTER LEO Football First Team 3, 4: N Club 3, 4. KUHR, IANET Foreign Language Club Z: Courier Stall 4. Y-Teen 2, 3: A Cappella 3, 4: Alpha Z, 3, 4. KULASH, WILLIAM EUGENE Hi-Y 3: Debater 2: Football First Team 2, 3, 4, All-City Second Team 3, All-City First Team 4: Track Team 2, 3, 4: N Club Z, 3.4. LAMANNO, IOSEPH NATALE Cheerleader 3: Speech Arts Club 2, 3, 4: Courier Staff 4: Debater 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Spring Play Cast 3. LAND, PATRICIA IOAN A11 Club Z, 3: Y-Teen 2, 3: Spring Play Cast 3. LANDERS, SARA CALL LANHAM, GEORGE ELMER Benton 3: Football First Team 2, 3, 4: Track Team 3. LARK, RICHARD GLEE Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: Debater 3, 4: Foot- ball Second Team 2, First Team 3: Track Zeaam 2, 3, 4: N Club 2, 3: Student Council LaSALA, BEVERLY MARY Student Council 2. LEE, HELEN ELAINE Olympic Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: Y-Teen 2, 3, 4: Nor'easter Staff 4: Basketball Student Manager 4: Hockey Student Manager 4. LEGANT, DIANE LOUISE Y-Teen 2, 3. LEWIS, DONNA LEE Art Honor Society 2: Clio 3. us H . LEWIS, ROSE EI Courier Third-I Clio 2, 3, 4: S' LEWIS, WILI Hi-Y Z, 3, ficer 4: De 3, First Tea 2: Student LITER, D1 Hi-Y 2: Team 3, LIVINGSTON, B Art Honor Sol Club 3. 4. LONG, ROBI Track Tear: LOULOS, LOVE, MARVIN LUCAS, THERI Olypmic Cli Third-Page IE Secretary 4: Student Mana LUCITO, C, LUKENS, SARA Nor'easter Seci Student Counc LUSHER, NC Olympic C fHonoraryJ, LYLE, DC Speech Officer LYNCH, ELLEN LYNN, PATRIC Speech Arts LYTLE, DO Speech A MCCALL, ORA MCCANDLESS, MCCLELLANI Speech Art, pella 3, 4: President 4 tm 2, 3, 4, Cap- 3, All-City Sec- ,rst Team 2, 3: Z, 3, 4. lent 4: Y-Teen 4: Team 2. 4: A11- Ler Staii 4. est 2, 3: R. O. T. 1b 3, 4. Courier Stait 4: 4: Alpha 2. 3. 4- ENE otball First Team , Team 3. All-City m 2. 3, 4: N Club ab 2, 3, 4: Courier er 4: Spring Play Spring Play Cast 3. tm 2, 3. 4: Track Debater 3. 4: Foot- 'st Team 3: T1'?1Ck 3: Student Council lY ary 4: Y-Teen 2, 3. all Student Manager 4. Clio 3. LEWIS, ROSE ELLEN Courier Third-Page Editor 3: A Cappella 3, 4: Clio 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4. LEWIS. WILLIAM LYNN Hi-Y Z, 3, 4, Secretary 2: Band 2, 3, 4, Of- ficer 4: Debater 3, 4: Football Second Team 3, First Team 4: Track Team 3: Tennis Team 2: Student Council 2. LITER. DAVID EUGENE Hi-Y 2: Debate! 2, 3, 4: Football Second Team 3: Student Council 2, 3. LIVINGSTON, BETTE KAY Art Honor Society 2, 3: Art Contest 2, 3: Art Club 3, 4. LONG, ROBERT LEO, IR. Track Team 3, 4. LOULOS, CAROL LOVE. MARVIN LEROY LUCAS. THERESA Olypmic Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: Courier Third-Page Editor 4: Y-Teen 4: Theta 2. 3, 4. Secretary 4: All-Star Hockey Team 4: Bowling Student Manager 3: All-Star Basketball Team 4. LUCITO, CAROLYN FRANCES LUKENS, SARA LOUISE Nor'easter Secretary 4: Delta 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: Student Council 4. LUSHER, NORMA I EAN Olympic Club Z, 3: R. O. T, C. Captain 4 CHonoraryD, S-4 Assistant 4, LYLE, DONNA ANN Speech Arts Club 2: Y-Teen 4: Band 3, 4, Officer 3, 4: Theta Z, 3, 4. LYNCH. ELLEN LYNN, PATRICIA ANN Speech Arts Club 2. LYTLE. DON MAYO Speech Arts Club 2: Benton 3, 4. MCCALL, ORA MCCANDLESS. RICHARD EUGENE MCCLELLAND, HELEN PHYLLIS Speech Arts Club 2, 3, 4: Y-Teen 2: A Cap- pella 3, 4: Alpha 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4. President 4: Spring Play Cast 3. seniors '51 2 f v . VJ ,N 'Y 43 l seniors '51 N? I WWW , xx ,- ,Z ' 4 ' ' 'J -1- , -iii? V t : f . ff , I ff? 7 " ' 'Qi ' Q y f f W' L' I ff! . 7,3 f ,I eq , VA 44 MCCLELLAND, PATTY IEANETTE Seal Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Vice- President 3: Courier Staff 3: Y-Teen 2: Clio 2, 3, 4: All-Star Hockey Team 3: Student Coun- cil 2, 3. MCCLURE, WILLIAM FRANKLIN R. O. T. C. Major 4, Honor Guard 2, 3, 4, Battalion Executive 4, Crack Platoon 2, 3, Crack Squad 2: Debater 3, 4. MCCRAY, MELVA IRENE MCCUNE, PATRICIA LOUISE Seal Club 4: Speech Arts Club 2, 3: A Cappella 3, 4: Nor'easter Staff 4: Theta 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4: Basketball Student Manager 3: Student Council 2. MCDANEL, LAURABETH Spanish Club 2: Y'Teen 2: Student Council 3. MCFARLAND, ANNA LOUISE Courier Staff 4: A Cappella 3: Theta 3: Student Council 2. MCGAUGH, NANCY IANE Courier Staff 4: AY-Teen 4: Clio 2, 3, 4. MCGINNIS, MARIORIE JUNE Spanish Club 4: Y-Teen 4. MCCOWAN. IANICE FERN Student Council 2. MCGRATH, MARY IACQUELYN MEADOR, HENI MEHNER, HA' Olympic C11 Hockey Tear MENDOLI15 Y-Teen 2, cil 3, 4: I MERWIN, IOE I Hi-Y Z, 3, 4: Benton 2, 3: 'I MEYER, BEV Olympic CI MEYER, I A Capp Council MICHAEL, IOHD Spanish Club Crack Companj 2, 3, 4. MILFORD, El Y-Teen 4: E MILLER, I Latin Cl MILLER, IOAN I Seal Club 4: Y MCNEILL, CAROL ANN MILLER' LM Poster Con' Orchestra 2, 3. Staff 4, HM MCVEY, ROBERT EUGENE ball Manag MILLER, I MADDOX, MARY EERN Delta 2, 3, 4. MILNER, PEGG MADISON, IUANITA LEE Y'Teen 22 Siu Art Honor Society 2: Poster Contest 3: Seal MINCEI BRIII Club 3, 4: Theta 4. MOBERLY. MASON, MARVIN DELBERT R. O. T. C. Captain 3, Rifle Team 3. MATHISON, BOB CHRIS Hi-Y 3, 4: Football First Team 2, 3, 4: Swim- ming Team 2: N Club 3, 4. MONACO, ANTI B a , , MATTHEW, RICHARD MILTON an 3 4 MONROE, It MAYCOCK, DOROTHY LEE Art Honor Society 2, 3: Poster Contest 3: Art Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3: Courier First-Page Editor 3: A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Alpha 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. President 4. Y-Teen 3, MONTEZ, surer 2. Vice- -Teen 2: Clio Student Coun- Guard 2, 3. 4. Platoon 2. 3. , 3: A Cappella 3, 4, Treasurer nt Manager 37 udent Council 3. SE -ella 3: Theta 32 2, 3, 4. r Contest 3: Seal RT Ile Team 3. n 2. 3, 4: Swim- JN In Poster Contest 3: asident 3: Courier 'Jappella 2. 3, 4. I, 4, Treasurer 3. , .. , nm. r S- MEADOR. HENRY FRANCIS MEHNER. HALLIE ESTHER Olympic Club 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 3: All-Star Hockey Team 3, 4. MENDOLIA. FLORENCE CARMELINE Y-Teen 2, 3. 4: A Cappella 4: Student Coun- cil 3. 4: Courier Staff 4. MERWIN. I OE RUSSELL Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: A Cappella 3, 4: Benton 2, 3: Tennis Team 2. MEYER, BEVERLY ANN Olympic Club 2. 3. 4: Student Council 4. MEYER, MAURINE IOY A Cappella 3, 4: Delta 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4. MICHAEL, IOHN PETER Spanish Club 4: R. O. T. C. First Lieutenant 4. Crack Company 2, Crack Platoon Z. Honor Guard 2. 3. 4. ' MILFORD, ELIZABETH ANN Y-Teen 4: Student Council 2. MILLER. DANA LOUISE Latin Club 2: Y-Teen 2, 3, 4. MILLER, JOAN ADDEENE Seal Club 4: Y-Teen 4: Alpha 4. MILLER, LAWRENCE EDWARD Poster Contest 3: Art Contest 2, 4: Courier Staff 4: Hi-Y 3: Football First Team 3: Basket- ball Manager 3: Tennis Team 3: N Club 3. ,... seniors '51 ,, 4 f19im.tmgQ . ' 3 4 , .- .1 ,I , 3, 4 I , , "- - ' . A .94 'I , I f --ii-i if ,.,, 4 ' , f T f '.,,Z . 5 ' ,I gf . ' 4 ,gf 0- IXVQV , M , , -- jjj, nf VVVVV I ,-!,w ' If ,.,. fr. , , , ' pf ff., ,, .- A ' V .K 4 ww I ff? .,J:'i'f,fZ4 , f YW . :Er 'if Wg W , ,'?,,ff,, 'I 7' 7 i' ' S4 gm, 7 .. W z Y, S y f y 3, Aww. , Q 'ev-4' if. Q, , if 1 . if 1? . X H... 4, 6 I I l K mf ,V Q 1 , -l, AA,.,f MILLER, MARIORIE ELAINE I I ,, MILNER. PEGGY LEE Y-Teen 2: Student Council 3. MINCE. BRIAN H1-ISKELL MOBERLY. BETTY SUE MONACO, ANTHONY CONRAD Band 3, 4. MONROE. NADINE HAZEL Y-Teen 3, 4. MONTEZ, LUPE , . .puff 4' C R' , 4 W , . , ' :H f ,J ,-. M . 5 . 5 z . . , ,,,, , . W f'-' . 1 ,gr 'W' V 2 ff fv ,I . Q ' f . - ' . ' ZF I7 -M1622 ' - - 'f ' if my .. -. X., ' f f ' f 's V' , , V- , ,5,..A7?...'...z: -, V Q: A -1,5 , fzfwwf may - . ,, -vvf , , . . 'W' 4 -ff f 'VI' . ' ,,,, h Q M " NJ if h 'If 1, :IIE itil 3 3. "1 47.5 45 l i I: V it If ,, It a II: I Q1 5 li 3' I 1 5 , I I I it EI I I. fi gl IF ' ll if il' ' if 5 I Q ll lf fs in I I I , 1 I A I I .W A seniors '51 I-' F 'PA .xl , -f 1 R . 4 X X A , Ei if 13 I .J T C3 ? 134 .Z rx 460 46 MOORE, WALTER EDWARD R. O. T. C. Corporal 2. MORRIS, FRANK WILLIAM R. O. T. C. First Lieutenant 3, Honor Guard 2, 3: Stage Crew 2, 3. MORRIS, ROBERT LEE Art Club Treasurer 4. MORRISON, GLORIA LAVONE MOULDER. IANICE MARIE MUNNS, JOAN NADINE MURRAY. BILLY PAT Band 3. . NASH, ELIZABETH IEAN Foreign Language Club 2: Spanish Club Sec- retary 3: Y-Teen 2: Delta Z. NAYLOR, CONSTANCE LEE Speech Arts Club 2, 3: Y-Teen 2, 3: Stu- dent Council Z. NELSON, BESSIE LAVONNE Y-Teen 3. NELSON, FRED LAWRENCE Basketball First Team 3, 4: N Club 3, 4: Student Council 4. NICCOLI, MARY IO ANN NICKSON, IANICE CLARE Art Honor Society Z, 3: Poster Contest 3: Art Contest 2, 3: Art Club 2, 3, 4. Secretary 3, President 4: Courier Second-Page Editor 3: A Cappella 3, 4: Alpha 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3: Stu- dent Council 2, 4. NOLTE, MAURICE GRIFFITH Hi-Y 4: Band 2, 3, 4. O'BRIEN, PATSY RUTH O'CONNELL, LEROY IOSEPH O'CONNOR, TOMMY FRANKLIN Football Second Team 2: Track Team 4. O'GRADY, MARY VIRGINIA Foreign Language Club 2: Speech Arts Club 3: Y-Teen 2, 4. OLIVER, CARL Band 2. ORR, MARX Speech A1 Courier Sta 4: Nor'east dent 4: Sp OSBORNI Hi-Y 2, Student OSBORNE. MAI Courier Staff 3 OSTER, ROB Football Se OVERBAX OVERTON, BAR Cheerleader 3, Club 4: Courie Clio 2, 3. 4, Vi OWEN, IAMI R. O. T. C. Platoon 3. PALMER, Olympic dent 4: Hockey Team 3, All-Star Senior Bs PARKER. HARVB Courier Staff 3: PASSANTINO Football Sec PATTI, IAt Speech 1 PEDEN. CHARLEI Poster Contest ball Second Te Student Councill PENA, CORIIN- Speech Art Treasurer 3 PENNING' Olympic Basketba PERRY, IRIS IU Olympic Club ond-Page Editor Ice Skating Mai C PETERSON, Orchestra 2 PETET, SH Honor Guard anish Club Sec- E '-Teen 2, 32 Siu' : N Club 3. 42 r Contest 31 Aft 4, Secretary 3, age Editor 3: A Secretary 3: Sill- LIN ck Team 4. IA 2: Speech Arts I OLIVER, CARL HENRY Band 2. ORR, MARY PATRICIA Speech Arts Club Z, 3: Spanish Club 4: Courier Staff 3: Y-Teen Z, 3, 4: A Cappella 3, 4: Nor'easter Staff 4: Clio 2, 3, 4: Vice-Presi- dent 4: Spring Play Cast 3. OSBORNE, GAROLD FREDRICK Hi-Y 2, 3: Debater 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3: Student Council 2. OSBORNE, MARY IANE Courier Staff 3: Spring Play Cast 3. OSTER, ROBERT LEWIS Football Second Team 2, First Team 3. OVERBAY, DENNIS LEVI OVERTON, BARBARA ELLEN Cheerleader 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Speech Arts Club 4: Courier Fourth-Page Editor 3: Y-Teen 2: Clio 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Student Council 2. OWEN, IAMES ALBERT R. O. T. C. Major 4, Crack Squad 2, Crack Platoon 3. PALMER, NORMA IEANNE Olympic Club Z, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Presi- dent 4: Y-Teen 4: Clio 2, 3, 4: All-Star Hockey Team 3, 4: All-Star Volleyball Team 3: Courier First-Page Editor 4: All-Star Basketball Team Co-Captain 4: Senior Ballot. PARKER, HARVEY THOMAS Courier Staff 3: Basketball First Team 3. PASSANTINO, LEONARD GEORGE Football Second Team 2. PATTI, JACK Speech Arts Club 4. PEDEN, CHARLES STEWART Poster Contest 2: Art Contest 2: Hi-Y 2: Foot- ball Second Team 2, First Team 3: N Club Z: Student Council 2, 3. PENA, CORINA ELIZABETH Speech Arts Club 3: Foreign Language Club Treasurer 3: A Cappella 4. PENNINGTON, WANDA LEE Olympic Club 2, 3, 4: Courier Staff 4: Basketball Student Manager 4. PERRY, IRIS I UNE Olympic Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3: Courier Sec- ond-Page Editor 4: Delta 3, 4: Student Council 3: Ice Skating Manager 3. PETERSON, ORA FRANKLIN Orchestra 2, 3, 4: R. O. T. C. Corporal 2. PETET, SHIRLEY ANN -Y . ,':-A.....L..f,.Aa.r,., .. seniors ,5l fi? Q' 47 5 ,I 75' ., IAA ff ' .., , Q my ., ,,,A . vi JV ' f 1 x 4 PEWITT. HELEN IUANITA Y-Teen 4. PHILLIPS. ALYCE NADINE A Cappella 3. 4. PHILLIPS, DAVID LEE R. O. T. C. Sergeant 4, Honor Guard 3. 4. Crack Platoon 3, 4. PHILLIPS. DONALD LEE Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2: Football Second Team 2, First Team 3. 4. PHILLIPS. DONALD PAUL Spanish Club 4: R. O. T. C. First Sergeant 3. PHILLIPS, LOIS YVONNE PHILLIPS, PHIL KAY Hi-Y 2, 3: Football First Team 2, 3, 4, All-City First Team 3: Basketball First Team 2, 3, 4: N Club 2, 3, 4. PHILLIPS, SHIRLEY MAY Olympic Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4: All- Star Hockey Team 3, 4, Co-Captain 4: All- Star Volleyball Team Captain 3: All-Star Bas- ketball Team 4. PHINNEY, MARY LOUISE A Cappella 4: Nor'easter Chairman Index Committee 4. PLASKETT. SHIRLEY ANN Speech Arts Club 2, 3, 4: Courier Staff 3: Y-Teen 4: A Cappella 2, 3, 4: Nor'easter Staff 4: Theta' 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 4, Secretary 4: Spring Play Cast 3. PLAYTER. IERRY EARL PLIMMER, YVONNE IOYCE PLUCHINO, NICK IOSEPH Art Contest 2: A Cappella 3, 4: Spring Play Cast 3 PLUMLEE, MARY LOU Art Contest 3. PLUMMER, CHARLES BURDETTE Football First Team 2: N Club 2. POE, WILBURN, IR. Band 2: R. O. T. C. First Lieutenant 4, Battalion Staff 4. POMIE, MARY FRANCES Foreign Language Club 2: Delta 2, 3, 4. POOL, WAUN ITA SIOUX Speech Arts Club 4: Y-Teen 2, 3: Spring Play Cast 3: Student Council 3. PORTER, MAI Art Honor Sc Club 2. 3. 4. dent 4: Nor'1 4: All-Star Ba Star Individu Co-Captain 3 tain 4: Senic POWELL. l Courier S Captain 4 Z, 3, 4, T: POWER Olymr Volley Team PRATT, DORIS Art Contest I All-Star Indiv PRUESNER. PRUESN PRUITT. CHAR Football Seco ball Second T PUGH, ROI Basketball N Club 3. RAMSEX R. O. ' urer 4. 3, 4. RANALLO. IO! Iunior Class l Y-Teen 2, 3: Council 2, 3: 1 RECTOR, K Courier S Alpha 2, 3 REDEN B REEVES. LINA Speech Arts Clio 3, 4. Tre REISINGER. Spanish C RICE. B. Studen RIDDLE, DORIEI RINEHART. Speech A 2: Hi-Y 2 : ROBERT , Honor Guard 3, 4, otball Second Team C. First Sergeant 3. m z, 3, 4, A11-city Erst Team 2, 3, 4: ze-President 4: All- Co-Captain 4: All- tain 3: All-Star Bas- SE :ter Chainnan Index .trier Staff 3: Y-Teen taster Staff 4: Theta Secretary 4: Spring PYCE 4: Spring Play Cast IURDETTE N Club 2. itenant 4, Battalion 7 Delta 2, 3, 4. X -Teen 2, 3: Spring ouncil 3. PORTER, MARGARET LOUISE Art Honor Society 2, 3: Art Contest 2, 3: Olympic Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 3, Presi- dent 4: Nor'easter Editor in Chief 4: Alpha 2, 3, 4: All-Star Basketball Team 2, Co-Captain 4: All- Star Individual Team 2: All-Star Volleyball Team Co-Captain 3: All-Star Hockey Team 3, 4, Cap- tain 4: Senior Ballot. POWELL, FRANCES ANN Courier Staff 4: A Cappella 3, 4: R. O. T. C. Captain 4 CHonoraryJ, S-3 Assistant 4: Alpha 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. POWERS, HELEN LEE Olympic Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4: All-Star Volleyball Team 3: All-Star Basketball Team 4. PRATT, DORIS IEAN Art Contest 3: Courier Staff 4: A Cappella 3, 4: All-Star Individual Team 2. PRUESNER, GEORGIA LEE PRUESNER, VIRGINIA ANN PRUITT, CHARLES RICHARD Football Second Team 2, First Team 3, 4: Basket- ball Second Team 2, First Team 3, 4: N Club 3, 4. PUGH, ROBERT AYLOR Basketball Second Team 2, First Team 3, 4: N Club 3, 4. RAMSEY. I AMES LEE R. O. T. C. Lieutenant 4, N. R. A. Treas- urer 4, Battalion Staff Officer 4, Rifle Team 3, 4. RANALLO, IOSEPHINE Junior Class Reporter: Courier Editor in Chief 4: Y-Teen 2, 3: Delta 2, 3, 4, President 3: Student Council 2, 3: Senior Class Giftorian. RECTOR, KATHERINE ELIZABETH Courier Staff 4: Y-Teen 3: A Cappella 3: Alpha 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: Student Council 4. REDENBAUGH, THOMAS ARTHUR REEVES, LINA IEANETTE Speech Arts Club 3: Y-Teen 3, 4, President 4: Clio 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Student Council 4. REISINGER, LEILA IEAN- Spanish Club 4: Y-Teen 4. RICE, BARBARA LOU Student Council 2, 4. RIDDLE, DORIS ELIZABETH RINEHART, RICHARD GLENN Speech Arts Club 2: Foreign Language Club 2: Hi-Y 2: Debater 2. ROBERTS, IAMES BRUCE seniors '51 1 -av , i A o, 'I . ,. ' un ""' 3 ,. , , ' 'ff , Qi , , 4-yup:--f-"1 X M2 ,K ,WCW f ' , 4 6 50 ROBINETT, BETTY SUE ROBINSON, NORMA IEAN Seal Club 3. 4: Band 2, 3, 4, Officer Z: All- Star Volleyball Team 3. RODGERS, GERALDINE BELLE ROE, FRANCES MARIE Courier Staff 4: Y-Teen 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4: A Cappella 3, 4: Theta 3. ROGERS, NORVEL GENE Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Officer 4: R. O. T. C. Sergeant 3: Crack Platoon 2. RUSSELL, ARTHUR GENE RYAN, MARY EVELYN Y-Teen 3, 4. RYERSON, DORIS MARLENE Iunior Class Secretary: Olympic Club 2: Speech Arts Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Courier Staff 3: Y-Teen 2, 3, 4: A Cappella 3, 4: Delta Z, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4: Student Council 2, 3: Senior Ballot. SAVINA, LORRAINE GRACE SCANLON, DONALD DALE Benton 2, 3, Treasurer 3. SCARDINO, ANTHONY EDWARD Iunior Class President: Hi-Y Vice-President 2: A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Vice-President Z: De- bater 2, 3: Football First Team 2, 3, 4, Co- Captain 4, All-City First Team Z, 4: Basketball First Team 2, 3, 4, All-City Second Team 3: N Club 2, 3, 4: Senior Ballot. SCHUMAKER, DOROTHY MAE Olympic Club Z: Y-Teen 2: Clio 2, 3, 4. SHEFFER. IAMES WILLIAM Foreign Language Club 3: Hi-Y 4: Band 2, 3, 4. SHERMAN, LEONARD DALE SHIELDS, ELSIE REBECCA SHROUT, DIXIE LEA Speech Arts Club 2, 3, 4: Courier Staff 3: Y-Teen 2, 3, 4: Clio Z, 3, 4: Student Council 3. SHULL, MARIE NAYDENE Foreign Language Club 2: Band Officer 2, 3, 4: Theta Z, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Student Coun- cil 3. SHUTTLEWORTH, IAMES HENRY Speech Arts Club 3, 4: Hi-Y 2. SIGLOCH, M. Band 2, 3, 4 SIMMONS, Hi-Y 2: 1 President 4: Track Ballot. SIMMO Speec Theta SIMPSON, DA Debater 3. SINGLETOI SIVIGLl Band SMARR, RAY SMITH, DC SMITH, Y-Teer SMITH, IOHN SMITH, LO A Cappell SMITH. SMITH, SAMMI A Cappella 3 SOLENBERCI Hi-Y 2, 4, 3, 4, Sec Team 3, 4. SPANBA Studen SPICER, PENN ' Foreign Lang tary 4: Y-Tee STARK, PA STARKS, A Cap , 4, Officer 2: All- BELLE , Vice-President 4: : A Cappella 3, 4: 2, 3, 4, Officer 4: rack Platoon 2. NIE NIE Olympic Club Z: reasurer 3: Courier Cappella 3, 4: Delta President 4: Student wt. RACE JWARD Hi-Y Vice-President ice-President Z: De- Team Z, 3, 4, Co- 'earn 2, 4: Basketball ity Second Team 3: allot. IY MAE en 2: Clio 2, 3, 4. 'Ii-Y 4: Band 2, 3, 4. LLB 3, 4, Secretary 4, Vice-President 4: Track :CA Team 3, 4. SPANBAUER, THERESA MAGDALENE Student Council 3. Jurier Staff 3: Y-Teen I Council 3- SPICER, PENNY CHARLENE L Foreign Language Club 3: Spanish Club Secre- 2: Band Officer 2, 3. tary 4: Yjreen 4' rer 4: Student Coun- 51-ARK, p AUL ADLOPH STARKS, LAILA BERNICE Q IES HENRY 4: Hi-Y 2. .,, ,- .. ng.. , . flla,a!"- .' " '. ,,.,...4.N.LV ,hh ...V :,'.::e...,E.?a, ..f...-, .... , seniors '51 SIGLOCH, MARY ANN ' "'f Band 2, 3, 4: A Cappella 3, 4. SIMMONS, FRANK B. Hi-Y 2: A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice- President 4: Debater 2: Football Manager 3, 4: Track Manager 3. 4: N Club 3, 4: Senior Ballot. SIMMONS, RUTH HARRIETT Speech Arts Club 3, 4: Y-Teen 2, 3, 4: Theta 3, 4. SIMPSON, DAMON DUANE 'Debater 3. SINGLETON, BONITA MAXINE SIVIGLIANO, IOE Band Officer 2, 3, 4. SMARR, RAY SMITH, DONALD RAYMOND SMITH, GEORGIA ANN Y-Teen Z. SMITH, IOHN FRANK SMITH, LOUANNA A Cappella 3, 4: Theta 3: Student Council 2, 3. SMITH, MARY LEE SMITH, SAMMY IEAN A Cappella 3, 4. SOLENBERG, ROBERT ALLEN Hi-Y 2, 4, Secretary 2, Treasurer 4: Debater A Cappella 3, 4. I E51 ST. GEMME, LILA MAE STILL, ROBERT MILTON Art Honor Society 2: Art Contest 2, 3: Art Club 2, 3, 4, President 3: I-Ii4Y 3, 4, Vice- President 3, President 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Debater 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 3, Treasurer 4. STONE, MARY LOU STRAHAN, IOSEPH DAVID STRAWN, WILBERT WILLSON Hi-Y 3: Debater 2, 3, 4: Football First Team 2, 3, 4: Basketball First Team 2: Swimming Tesm 2: N Club 2, 3, 4: Senior Class Ser- geant at Arms: Senior Ballot. STUBBS, BETTY' LOU Student Council 2, SULLIVAN, CLARA IOAN SULLIVAN, DONNA MARIE Art Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Speech Arts Club 4: Courier Staff 4: Y-Teen 3, 4: Spring Play Cast 3: Student Council 2. SULLIVAN, JOAN CLAIRE ' SUMMERS, LARRY DEAN A Cappella 3, 4. SUMMERS, LEONARD WAYNE SUTTON, ELVA ELIZABETH Art Contest 2: Olympic Club 2, 3, 4, Sec- retaqz 3: Courier Staff 3: Y-Teen 2, 3: Nor'easter Senior Editor 4: Clio Z, 3, 4: All-Star Individual Team 2: All-Star Vol- leyball Team 3: All-Star Hockey Team 4: All-Star Basketball Team 4. SWANT, RALPH EDGAR Speech Arts Club 4: Courier Staff 3: R. O. T. C. Sergeant 2, Honor Guard 2, Crack Platoon 2: Benton 3: Spring Play Cast 3. SWEARINGIN, LEILA MAE TAYLOR, CATHERINE LUCILLE Speech Arts Club 2, 3, 4: Courier Staff 4: Y-Teen Z: A Cappella 4: Clio 2, 3, 4: Spring Play Cast 3: Student Council Z. TAYLOR, ELIZABETH LOUISE Olympic Club 2, 3: Courier Staff 3: All-Star Hockey Team 3: Student Council 2. TAYLOR, SHIRLEY ROSELLA Y-Teen 2. TAYLOR. THOMAS MARSHALL Track Team 2, 3. TEMPLETON. TERI, HEI A Capp cil 2. THOGI Olyn THOMPSON . Student Cow THOMPSC Art Hon Art Clul: Club Pr Debater Spring P cil 2, 3, TIMMC TRAYFORD, I Football Sec TRICARICI Olympic Secretary TUCKEI TUNGETT, SI-I Speech Arts 3, 4, Preside 4: Student G TURNER, ll Seal Clul urer 3: C pella 4: t TWYMI R. O. F ootbz VADER, CAR A Cappella VAN ALS'I VIVON Olym Star Team VOCHATZER, Football Sec- Tennis Team VOGEL, G Hi-Y 2, 3 WALKE Zontest 2, 37 Art Hi4Y 3, 4, Vice- 4, Treasurer 42 ent 3, President 3. DN ootball First Team aam 2: Swimming Senior Class Ser- Lot. esident 4: Speeflh tt 4: Y-Teen 3. 4: ent Council 2. RE ,YNE ETH c Club 2, 3, 4, Sec- ii 3: Y-Teen 2, 3: :or 4: Clio 2, 3, 4: am 2: All-Star Vol- Lar Hockey Team 4: am 4. ' Stafi 3: R. O. T. C. Z, Crack Platoon 2, 3. -1 .1 LUCILLE 3, 4: Courier Staff 42 lla 4: Clio 2. 3, 4: Student Council 2. - .4 ier Staff 3: All-Star ouncil 2. LLA IARSHALL TEMPLETON, RUTH MORENE TERI, HENRY FRANK A Cappella 2, 4: Benton 2, 3: Student Coun- cil 2. THOGMARTIN, IANICE RAE Olympic Club 2, 3: Y-Teen 2: Delta 2, 3, 4. THOMPSON, VIRGINIA CAROL Student Council 2. THOMPSON, WILLIAM MERLE Art Honor Society 2, 3: Art Contest 2, 3: Art Club 2, 3, Vice-President 2: Speech Arts Club President 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Orchestra Z: Debater Z, 3, 4: Football Second Team 2, 3: Spring Play Student Director 3: Student Coun- cil 2, 3, 4. TIMMONS, NORMA MARIE TRAYPORD, RONALD EDWARD Football Second Team 3. TRICARICO, IO ANN Olympic Club 3, 4: Y'Teen 4: Delta 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4. TUCKER, DORIS LEORA TUNGETT, SHIRLEY MARIE Speech Arts Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Treasurer 3, 4, President 4: Y-Teen 2: Theta Vice-President 4: Student Council 4: Senior Ballot. TURNER, DANA Seal Club 3, 4, President 3, Secretary-Treas- urer 3: Courier Staff 4: Y-Teen 2, 3, 4: A Cap- pella 4: Clio 3, 4: Student Council 2. TWYMAN, IOE PASCAL R. O. T. C. Sergeant 2, Crack Platoon Z: Football Second Team 3. VADER, CAROLYN IOYCE A Cappella 2, 3, 4: Delta 2: Student Council 2, 3. VAN ALST, EUGENE FRANKLIN VIVONA, IO ANN Olympic Club 2, 3: A Cappella 3, 4: All- Star Hockey Team 3, 4: All-Star Volleyball Team 3: Ice Skating Student Manager 3. VOCHATZER, IACK MILTON Football Second Team 2: Track Team 2, 3, 4: Tennis Team 3, 4: N Club 2, 3, 4. VOGEL, GLEN DAVID Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: A Cappella 3. WALKER, IUDITH LYELL seniors '51 53 WALLACE. BETTY IUNE Y-Teen 4: Student Council 2. WALLER, RONALD MORRIS Speech Arts Club 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Officer Z: Orchestra 2, 3, 3, 4: Band 2, 4, Officer 2: A Cappella 4: R. O. T. C. Second Lieutenant 4, Crack Squad 2, Crack Platoon 3, Drum Bugle Corps 3, 4, Rifle Team 4: Debater 3, 4: Stu- dent Council 2, 3, 4. WEAVER, IOANNE MARIE Cheerleader 4: Olympic C lub 3: Cour- ier Staff 3: Clio 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: All- Star Hockey Team Z, 3, 4. WEISSERT, ROBERT EDWARD Band 3, 4: Orchestra 4. WELCH, ROBERT CLAY WETHERILLVWILLIAM ROY Student Council 4. WHETSEL, RAYMOND CONRAD Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: R. O. T. C. Sergeant 3. WHISENAND, ROBERT FRANCIS WHITE, ROBERT DEAN Debater 3, 4: Student Counci WHITSON, CHARLES MERRITT Speech Arts Club 2, 3, 4: Courier S 3, 4: R. O. T. C. Sergeant First C Platoon 2, 3, Rifle Team 2, 3: Be 12, 3. tat! 3: Hi-Y 2, lass 3, Crack nton Z, 3, 4, Secretary 3: Spring Play Cast 3: Student Coun- cil 2: Senior Ballot. WHITTALL, HELEN PAYE Art Club 3, 4. WILKINSON, IACK STANLEY Courier Staff 3: Hi-Y 3: Footb all First Team 3. 4: Spring Play Cast 3: Student Coun- cil 4. WILLIAMS, IO ANN Foreign Language Club 2: Courier Third-Page Editor 3: A Cappella Z, 3, 4: Delta Z, 3, 4, Treas- urer 3, Vice-President 4: Student Council 2. WILLIAMS, KENNETH LEE Hi-Y 3, 4: A Cappella 2, 3, 4: Spring Play Cast 3: Student Council 3. WINDHAUSEN, CARL EDWIN A Cappella 4: Student Council 2. WINDHAUSEN, WILLIAM HOWARD A Cappella 3. WITHERS, IOHN LEWIS WOLFE, SHIRLEY ANNE Foreign Language Club 2: Speech Arts Club 4: Delta 2, 3, 4, Lit Contest Silver Medal Winner Z: Student Council 2. WOOD, DOIY Y-Teen 2. WOOD, N A Cappf dent C01 WOOI Art 1 WOODWORT WRABEC, WRIGI Track YATES, BONI Speech Arts 4: R. O. T. S-1 Assistan ZUGENBUI Band 2, E Team 2, Team 2: Student C HILTOIt' Speeo Z, 3, 4: Band Z, 3, 4, Officer 2: nd Lieutenant 4, 3, Drum Bugle bater 3, 4: Stu- Club 3: Cour- reasurer 4: All- DY at 3. 'CIS uncil Z, 3. :er Staii 3: Hi-Y 2. st Class 3, Crack : Benton 2, 3, 4, 3: Student Coun- LEY 'ootball First Team 3: Student Coun- Iourier Third-Page telta 2, 3, 4, Treas- ent Council 2. L: Spring Play Cast DWIN Zouncil 2. I ARD - ,b 2: Speech Arts Lit Contest Silver ent Council 2. .11 11 WOOD, DONNA LEE Y-Teen 2. WOOD. VERNICE MARIAN A Cappella 2, 3: Delta 2, 3, Secretary 3: Stu- dent Council 3. WOODWARD, MARIORIE IOAN Art Club 3, 4: Y-Teen 4: A Cappella 4 WOODWORTH, BONNIE IANE WRABEC, STANLEY VINCENT WRIGHT. FORREST LEROY Track Team 2: N Club 2. YATES, BONNIE LA VERLE Speech Arts Club 2, 3, 4: Courier- Staff 4: Y-Teen 4: R. O. T. C. Second Lieutenant 4 CHonoraryl, S-1 Assistant 4: Student Council 3. ZUGENBUHLER, VERNE LOUIS Band 2, 3, 4: Debater Z, 3, 4: Football Second Team 2, First Team 3, 4: Basketball Second Team 2: Track Team 2, 3, 4: N Club 2, 3, 4: Student Council Vice-President 4. HILTON, DANA IANE Speech Arts Club 4. N' vrrr - ,, 1' " :Na Y I P A -Q 'L M I X f V K C WZ- 4 g g ' l , new 77' 5' nun, man different activities makeup an aver: A get-acquainted meeting with Iunior High School freshmen, who will be sophomores at Senior High next year. Are all those pictures going to be in the annual? Northeast Branch Library renders a great service to the entire community. 56 About 1700 st east every dag This group is tice details. Miss Miller an with the princi I Wirxvf- Tir A Q I ...r -tl. 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' ,5....-- :- 1 , , " 1-A-' -11-Q-af,--gr, - we A. 14 - I I student eouneil promotes good government Once a month We see representatives from every homeroom hurrying to the student coun- cil meeting. To enable representatives to at- tend all meetings, sessions this year, for the first time, were held during the second hour instead of after school. Each member must have good scholastic ranking. The president, chosen each semester from the entire student body, leads the coun- cil in electing its own officers. Divided into eight committees having a chairman and fac- ulty sponsor, the council is active in health, history, civic, safety, personal property, Bed Cross, trophy cases, and courtesy projects. Under the guidance of Miss Iohnson and Mr. Roedl, co-sponsors, the council promotes good government throughout the student body., Special assembliesthat spice up the school year, campaigns for keeping the cate- teria floors free of waste paper and food rem- nants, Bed Cross drives, a safety limerick contest, and support of the new Viking Vil- l I STUDENT COUNCIL SPONSORS llett to righty-M' L. H t M'1l , S t t ' M' ' elririsg Cilarla- 1:1c:ultIonit1I:oitI.anc1iaFouEd5 MisCsiSAudrc3yea?eMi1le1?,r Ariellllliss lstixtyalljlidnlfbscliiiwlgsstcillircg 1 e . ig , ea 5 iss ary axter, ivic: Miss Hele I h , C -S 1 51 d 1 C '1, and Courtesy Sponsor, Mr. Leo I. Roedl, Co-Sponsor of Student Cdlunccilllson O ponsor O u en ouncl Stray articles find their way to the The courtesy desk in the alcove, where Introducing our Iunior Red Cross rep- Lost and Found- visitors are welcomed. fesentatives, Safety Committee selecting the ten best limericks. 60 E ! 2 STI Ale Ioh: Stra Erin' Car Ree Suz Nar ST ' Du Ch Iacl Car Phil Sar. FRG I err conti lage are jus the agenda Annual H of the major: representativ city governn learn how t "Sped-d be a rhymi mittee spon lment ive in health, oroperty, Red sy projects. Iohnson and rncil promotes the student spice up the oing the cafe- and food rem- tfety limerick v Viking Vil- t, Red .storyg wuncil, tr Red Cross rep- ves. 'cting the ten best ks. STUDENT COUNCIL fFall Semesterl-BACK ROW: Iohn Dods, First Vice-President: Bill Thompson, Bob Alexander. Ronald Waller, Tony Distefano, Verne Zugenbuhler, Second Vice-President: Charles Warmirigton, Iohnnie Henderson, Fred Nelson, Don Gates, President: Kay Davis, Richard Nash. THIRD ROW: Dale Strannigan, Kenneth Morris, Henry Cosentino, Rollie Rice, Bill Bearden, Pat Browning, Loretta Arnold, Ruby Erickson, Beverly Meyer, Wanda Carter, Iack Buschhorn. SECOND ROW: Carol Hedeen, Sh' l Atk' ir ey inson, Carol Goehner, Secretary: Janice Nickson, Patricia Workman, Delores Royle, Rose Ellen Lewis, Lina Reeves, Iocelyn Kellstrom, Iack Barnes. FRONT ROW: Sue Chatman, Dorothy Kessinger, Donna Campbell. Suzanne Brown Maurine Meyer Io Ann Tricarico, Nad' P B . , me erry, etty Kaye Rector, Shirley Tungett, Nancy Wasson. STUDENT COUNCIL fSpring Semesterl-BACK ROW: Ioe Merwin, Larry Miller, Russell Pope, Richard Duggan, Edward Hilligoss, Don Gates, Art Chambers, Iohn Dods, Bob Martin. FOURTH ROW: Dana Hilton, Charles Simmons, Mary Ryan, Anita Donnici, Pat Pennington, Norma Palmer, Richard Lark, Albert Kent, lack Addams, Riley Urton, Pat Parsons. THIRD ROW: Louis Iohnsen, Henry Cosentino, Charles Pullen, Carol Goehner, Donna Dunlap, Nancy Parr, Nancy Wasson, Io Ann Lusby, Loretta Arnold, Pat Hake, Patty Phillips. SECOND ROW: Nadine Perry, DeeAnn Farrington, Mary Io Hotchki , D K ' ss onna ay Hitchcock, Sara Lukens, Ieanne Johnson, Io Ranallo, Martha Iohnson, Iackie De Angelo, Iim Powell, Iohn Hendrix. FRONT ROW- Dick Hise , Ros M ' T b F1 A . y e arie orna ene, orence Mendolia, Deanne Lamkey, Charlene Williams, Ierr I h , M L S ' ' ' y o n ary ou tone, Kenneth Morris, Phyllis McClelland, Alta Davis, Suzanne Brown. continued-+student council promotes good government lage are just a few of the varied activities on the agenda of the council. Annual High-School Day in City Hall is one of the major events. From every high school, representatives take one of the offices in our city government and spend the day trying to learn how the city officials work. "Sped-dead, fast-past." Everyone tried to be a rhyming genius when the Safety Com- mittee sponsored the limerick contest in April. The writer of the winning limerick, Don Gates, received a trophy from the police department. At the end of the Safety Week, a mock court case, demonstrating the dangers involved in hitch-hiking, was presented in a special as- sembly. Listening to the motions, the ayes and nays of the members, we conclude that this body of students is really a minor Congress of Northeast in action. 61 The editor in chiet, Margaret Porter, discusses a page layout with Mr. Arthur O. Kresse, Nor'easter adviser. the 1951 nor easter Editor in Chief .... .... M argaret Porter Adviser ................ Arthur O. Kresse Business Manager .......... Anne Foster Secretary .................. Sara Lukens Typists .... Barbara Hilker, Mary Pat Orr, Shirley Plaskett, Nancy Wasson Literary Editor . ......... Shirley Atkinson Senior Editor .... ....... E lva Sutton Index Chairman ............ Mary Phinney Assistant ........... Ieannine Arierburn Proof and Copy Readers ..Connie Baldwin, Cornelia Blair, Virginia Bohlen, Issa Bell Groii, Helen Lee, Betty Pope. Dale Hod- ges. Format Editor ................ Pat McCune Photographer ..... Arthur O. Kresse Assistant .... ......... W arren Barrett Art Consultant ...... Miss Mabel A. Newitt mix fun and Work to produce ' 1 annual "Who Wrote this trite thing?"-"Connie, what happened to that telephone booth pic- ture?"-"I can't help it if they wouldn't get here to have a picture takenf'-"What did Mary do With the index?"-"Anne, how many annuals did we sell today?"-"Have Virginia and Betty read those printer's proofs?"-"Mr, Kresse, did you take that Spring Play picture? Oh-h, don't fall off that chair!"-"Miss, er, ah Margaret, where are the new engraver's proofs?"-"Elva, what did you do with the senior pictures?"-"Tomorrow the printer comes, oh-h!" Yes, the time flew fast, but we flew fast too-working hard and long to produce an annual telling the story of our year at North- east. You may think it was an easy job, but just ask any staff member, and he'll tell you how "easy it was." But now, as we leaf through these pages, we remember the fun we had making the 1951 Nor'easter. LEFT TO RIGHT-FOREGBOUND: Shirley Atkinson, Virginia Bohlen, Pat McCune, Mary Phinney. BACK- GROUND: leannine Arterburn, Margaret Porter, Betty Pope, Mary Pat Orr, 62 K l Miss Newitt, ar LEFT TO RIGHT Helen Lee, Dales Cornelia Blair. Shirley Atkinso secret rleaster .Margaret Porter lrthur O. Kresse . . .Anne Foster . . .Sara Lukens , Mary Pat Orr, t, Nancy Wasson Shirley Atkinson . . . .Elva Sutton . .Mary Phinney nnine Arterburn Connie Baldwin, ohlen, Issa Bell ope, Dale Hod- . . . .Pat McCune rthur O. Kresse ..Warren Barrett Mabel A. Newitt nual the printer we .flew fast produce an 'ear at North- easy job, but he'1l tell you as we leaf nber the fun ter. .M BACK- .+m,as.gi- .. f 4 1 Miss Newitt, art consultant, takes time out for her hobby, C6I'aIl'1iCS. LEFT TO RIGHT-Anne Foster, Nancy Wasson, Elva Sutton Helen Lee, Dale Hodges, Connie Baldwin, Issa Bell Groif Cornelia Blair. Shirley Atkinson, literary editor, insists that Sara Lukens, secretary, prepare her copy "just so." 1 I The students really backed us in the Nor'easter sales campaign. Much of the Nor'easter copy is typed by Shirley Plaskett and Barabara Hilker in Miss Gregory's class. Warren Barrett assists Mr. Kresse in making prints for the Nor'easter. 63 faq- 7 4 4 l lvl 4 1 ll i I tal 1 ll as V.:-. 2 3 HEADS OF STAFF, First Semester tlett to rightl-Dale Antrim, Fourth-Page Editor: Louella Cangelose, First-Page Editor: Pat Ausman, Third-Page Editor: Io Ranallo, Editor in Chief: Iune Perry, Second-Page Editor: Marvin Fulton, Busi- ness Manager: Frances Roe, Assignment Editor. courier staff keeps the presses Anyone standing outside the Courier Room near "deadlir1e" time will hear newspaper jargon. For the past thirty-eight years alert Courier Staffs have supplied school news to the students of Northeast. The Courier has grown from a quarterly magazine to a bi-weekly, four-page newspa- per. "Putting the paper to bed" is the regular job of the editor in chief, who, of course, is assisted by the page editors. Deadline worries fall on the business, mailing, circulation, ex- change, and editorial editors, as well as on the reporters. "Of course there is a difference between proof and copy," Mr. Thomas Ditmars tells a future staff. Courier staff members are not set up in a day. During one complete semes- ter they study the correct procedure for pub- lishing stories. By the time the next semester rolls around, a competent newspaper staff has set the news machine rolling. FIRST SEMESTER COURIER STAFF-BACK ROW: Lois Hendrickson, Dale Antrim, Marvin Fulton, Keith Hall, Thomas Coleman, Ioe Lamanno. MIDDLE ROW: Catherine Taylor, Louise McFarland, Wanda Pen- nington, Betty Kaye Rector, Donna Sullivan, Frances Roe, Mr. Ditmars. FRONT ROW' Louella Cangelose, Fig Ausman, Iune Perry, Lucy Hutchins, La Verle Yates, Nancy McGaugh, Io Ranallo, Dorothy Iohnson a sent . 4 64 HEADS OF STI lleft to rightl-It Editor: Bob Whi Theresa Lucas, T De Angelo, Editc mer, First-Page Second-Page Edit Page Editor. rollin "Get your tion!" Every campaign to Many extra 1 scribing stuc exchange is "Snooping porters roan "Get your st SEC! Pen: Bebe FROI Char ! 5 First Semester Cleft Lntrim, Fourth-Page ngelose, First-Page , Third-Page Editor: 1 Chief: lune PerrYf Marvin Fulton, Busi- :es Roe, Assignment PITGSSGS as well as on tence between Ditmars tells a nbers are not tmplete semes- edure for pub- next semester paper staff has X... X- P Lx ESI. X sw X- .Q . ., EE BT:- 4A4Ae-A X ow: 5 fb E' -,T ig .x o gQ.3i..sg E1 T,--fl 5 ,,.,, isles fr. -sf ,,g,s5"i gg. ssh-9 vw-wi. 4 , U ' ,,.:,, vmf yg tt-t H 1 .1 1 f li, ,f . 2, -1, 3 l 1 . " 'ff f.. f if ww , if 57,2 ' ffl? 'Q' ,f 1' 7 f mi' F ,., 1 2 1 ,elf 1 W fy - 7 ,r ann- ' VVVV Q HEADS OF STAFF, Second Semester Cleft to rightl-Ioyce Kiser, Assignment Editor: Bob White, Business Manager: Theresa Lucas, Third-Page Editor: Jackie De Angelo, Editor in Chief: Norma Pal- mer, First-Page Editor: Mabel Cardis, Second-Page Editor: Iohn Healy, Fourth- Page Editor. rolling with the year's news "Get your school news. Buy a subscrip- tion!" Every semester the staff holds its sales campaign to raise funds to finance their paper. Many extra single copies are sold to non-sub- scribing students. A lively inter-school paper exchange is also carried on. "Snooping," curious, intent, note-taking re- porters roam the school for tidbits of news. "Get your stories in on time," shouts the page editor, as she worries about a page layout. "The print shop is ready to go to press," states Mr. O. W. Kunz, and once again the Courier begins to roll off the press. The Northeast Courier provides a record of past and present events and creates interest in school activities. But even more important, it gives student writers an opportunity to ex- press their thoughts in print and become fu- ture journalists. SECOND SEMESTER COURIER STAFF-BACK ROW: Theresa Lucas, Norma Palmer, Betty Patterson, LaDonna Penning, Roger Welch, Bob White, Iohn Healy, Larry Miller. MIDDLE ROW: Frances Powell, Mary Hobbs, Bobette Iohnson, Iackie De Angelo, Dana Turner, Barbara Caldwell, Doris Jean Pratt, Mabel Cardis. FRONT ROW: Florence Mendolia, Dorothy Sands, Sue Praeger, Ianet How, Mary Braile, Io Anne Geabhart, Charlene Howard, Dorothy Jean Green, Mr. Ditmars, Instructor. 65 cabinets plan future society events Every Tuesday morning finds the Alpha cabinet members meeting in room 219 with their sponsor, Miss Isabel Gilmore. These officers help plan the Weekly meetings, mid- semester events, and general society busi- ness. As the Christmas holidays began, the Clio girls met for their mid-year "get together." This year the society had a delicious chili dinner at the home of Carol Goehner. President Marlene Ryerson seems to be leading the Delta officers in a heated discus- sion. Perhaps these girls are conversing about the number of new members to be taken in, Lit work requirements, the farewell banquet, or some important business of the week. 66 Officers of the Benton Literary Society are holding their Weekly meeting with their sponsor, Miss Thompson. These business meetings give the boys an opportunity to develop leadership and practice co-operation by planning the year's activities. The subject ot this Debater cabinet meeting seems to be of a humorous nature. These first-place Lit Winners are probably thinking of all the good food they will have at their annual farewell picnic. As the new year rolled around, the Theta Literary Society held its mid-semester social event. Shirley Plaskett's house was literally buzzing with conversation as these Thetas gathered for a tea party. E w ALI Cai RO Pat Doi be: Baz Student li societies, tl vised by M ties at Nor boys. During tl prepare the BE Wl Bo' , Q f fit. 3 FZ5 "I: Y . E Z v1' i5' '-QL" f K- Y 1' 1 a '5 5-'i : Q Z TQ?- sv V f Q. 1 . QQ i ' VM- -354:-'ix L' :I -ST. - bg: 'Y-. . .Lg 59,1 1 tb. tk sl at E f K X . ,S ly Society are g with their ese business tpportunity to a co-operation -Q D- binet meeting nature. These ably thinking have at their nd, the Theta fmester social was literally these Thetas ff ' , 1- RMT X 2 ALPHA LITERARY SOCIETY-BACK ROW: Io Ann Lusby, Velma Kingsolver, Norma Sanders, Mary Ann Carson, Ruth May, Margaret Porter, Lyell Walker, Ianet Kuhr, Dorothy Maycock, Norma Keeler. THIRD ROW: Janice Nickson, Betty Kaye Rector, Martha Iohnson, Ieanne Leeper, Darlene Monson, Ioan Miller, Pat Fry, Mary Hobbs, Bobette Iohnson, Shirley Davis, Frances Powell. SECOND ROW: Shirley Williams, Donna Maret, Sue Praeger, Sondra Roberts, Sue Forlow, Ianis Reese, Pat Bennett, Vivian Rice, Joanna Weiss- beck, Miss Gilmore, Adviser. FRONT ROW: Sue Chatman, Delores Todd, Phyllis McClelland, Ethel Harden, Barbara Harger, Suzanne Brown, Barbara Harris, Ianet How, Betty Carrier. societies evelep literary interests l Student life at Northeast includes the literary societies, the functions of which are super- vised by Mr. G. W. Davis. There are six socie- ties at Northeast, four for girls, and two tor boys. During the school year, society members prepare their literary creations for the annual Lit Contest, which is the highlight of the year. On the evening ot the contest, excitement reigns supreme as everyone speculates on the probable outcome of the contest. The en- thusiasm is heightened by the singing of songs, both "sWeet" and "slam" selections, as the organizations await the announcement of CContinued on next pagel BENTON LITERARY SOCIETY-BACK ROW: Phil Farley, Earl Kobush. Raymond E. Farm, Don Lytle, Charlie Whitson, Miss Thompson, Adviser. FRONT ROW: Charles Bono, Roger Hattem, Alfred West, Larry Zxrkle, Bob DeWalt, Iohn Healy. 5 5 ,. 9 67 CLIONIAN LITERARY SOCIETY-BACK ROW: Norma Palmer, Pat Pennington, Veronica Cholak, Billie Kemp, Rosa Lee James, Pat Parsons, Shirley Kiser, Pat Browning, Elva Sutton, Mrs. Henderson, Adviser. THIRD ROW: Wanda Horner, Anna Higgins, Nancy McGaugh, Dana Turner, Rosalie Stavlich, Nancy Wasson, Lina Reeves, Rose Ellen Lewis, Mary Pat Orr, Judy Howery. SECOND ROW: Jacqueline Long, Betty Lee Williams, Pat McClelland, Dorothy Schumaker, Betty Rae White, Shirley Atkinson, Carol Goehner, Beverly Miller, Dixie Shrout, Elaine Cummins. FRONT ROW: Dorothy Kessinger, Cheryl Turecek, Rose Marie Torrxabene, Barbara Overton, Catherine Taylor, Carol Hitchcock, Io Anne Geabhart, Ioanne'Weaver, Roberta Simms, Joanne Harper. societies uphol hi h scholarship the winners. Finally winners in all events- oration, declamation, poem, short story, and essay-are announced, and the student re- ceiving a gold, silver, or bronze medal in any of the events becomes the pride of his society. In addition to the Lit Contest, society activi- ties include open house, one mid-year event, and an Inter-Society Dance. At the close of the year, senior girls bid tearful good-byes to society friends at farewell banquets, and the boys hold farewell picnics. Not only do societies develop literary ability, but they foster many lasting friendships. NORTHEAST SOCIETY OF DEBATE-BACK ROW: Bill Lewis, Verne Zugenbuhler, Iohn Henderson, Roy Henshaw, Don Chapin, Roger Welch, Dana Hickam, John Dods, Bill Thompson, Bill Shour. MIDDLE ROW: Howard Burnaugh, Jesse Metz, Jim Myers, Randy Hayden, Bob Solenberg, Bob White, Robert Still, Ronald Waller, Bill McClure, Bob Howery. FRONT ROW: Everett McGaugh, Louis Johnsen, Henry Cosentino, Floyd Stone, Fred Piraro, Bill Hancock, David Liter, Burton Engle, Richard Lark, Mr. Longfellow, Adviser. -A lf? jf awww . 68 P, o I A l zu f f DEI Jo Wc Pat Sa1 RO Ma Wi Prepared Spee m UI Wye? EQSQ N45-fm rn 53 Q0 U WW Wm Wa "' V477 TH Joa Pa' lit? S N 1 , . , , nissan i Q V+. . 1 A son, Lee erly 'arie erta l-year event, ,or girls bid s at farewell well picnics. erary ability, idships. Roy JW: nald tino, Lser. DELTA LITERARY SOCTETY-BACK ROW: Marlene Ryerson, Barbara Yennie, Kay Davis, Anita Donnici, Jo Ann Williams, Phyllis Clark, Mary Maddox, Frances Haas, Lois Hendrickson. FOURTH ROW: Shirley Wolfe, Zella Roe, Betty Branch, Phyllis Hendrickson, Jacqueline DeAngelo, Carol Overman, Gloria Schmall, Patty Phillips, Betty Albert. THIRD ROW: Jo Ranallo, Jo Ann Gerard, Sara Lukens, Janice Thogmartin, Sara Davis, Shirley Ann Huff, Jocelyn Kellstrom, Sylvia Van Wormer, Miss Stewart, Adviser. SECOND ROW: JoAnn Tricarico, Renee Allee, Nadine Perry, Mary Frances Pomie, Beverly Smith, Charlene Howard, Mary Lukens, June Perry, Betty Pope. FRONT ROW: Shirley Shull, Felisa Smith, Betty Friend, Charlene Williams, Louella Cangelose, Maurine Meyer, Pat Ausman, Nancy Sansom. On April 20, the THIRTY-SIXTH ANNUAL LITERARY CONTEST was held in the auditorium. The Debaters won first place with l7 points: the Alphas were second with 12 points: and the Deltas, third with 6 points. GOLD MEDAL SILVER MEDAL BRONZE MEDAL Prepared Speech John Dods CDebaterl Jean Caldwell fClioJ Phyllis McClelland CA1phal Declamation Joan Fagan CThetal Don Gates CDebaterl Carol Goehner fCliol Short Story Janice Nickson CAlphaJ Louis Johnsen CDebaterl Pat Parsons fC1iol Poem Jo Ann Lusby CAlphaD Bill Hancock fDebaterl Charlene Williams CDeltal Essay Sylvia Van Wormer CDeltal Bob Still CDebaterl Dorothy Maycock CAlphal THETA LITERARY SOCIETY-BACK ROW: Cornelia Blair, Judy Christian, Theresa Lucas, Jo Anne Heitman, Joan Pagan, Shirley Plaskett, JoAnne Page, Diana Sheffield, Ruth Simmons. MIDDLE ROW: Phyllis Hannsz, Pat McCune, Betty Kern, Dorothy Jean Green, Donna Sheridan, Joyce Kiser, Juanita Madison, Donna Lyle, Joan Munns, Miss Gaylord, Adviser. FRONT ROW: Marie Shull, Norma Wilcher, Pat Hayes, Barbara Hilker, Shirley Tungett, Joy Thompson, Pat Bennett, Connie Baldwin, Madonna Green. F 69 ART CLUB-BACK ROW: Bob Morris, Bob Still, Bob Howery, Carl Burkhead, Jim Smith, Bob Webb, Roland Dilks, Kenneth Wylie, Miss A. G. Miller, Adviser. THIRD ROW: Virginia Kent, Shirley Volk, Julie Kerr, Dorothy Maycock, Nancy Gowinq, Mary Ann Orendorfi, Ernestine Krisch, Donna Sullivan. SECOND ROW: Donna Maret, Shirley Koelmel, Janice Nickson, Margaret Flanagan, Jane Bunning, Marilyn Parks, Louis Johnsen, Lester Gillette, Jeanette Quarles. FRONT ROW: Miss Newitt, Adviser: Jane Roth, Lillian Call, Cha:1ene Williams, Patricia Dunn, Bette Livingston, Helen Whittall, Jeanne Johnson, Jo Ann Lipps. art club Lost paint brushes, paint-smeared faces, fun and frolic make up a typical Art Club meeting, sponsored by Miss Newitt and Miss A. Miller. Members work at murals, painting, crafts, cartooning, and photography. To help develop their appreciation of fine art, they make trips to places of artistic interest every year. art honors A winner of the Regional Scholastic Art Contest held each year at Emery Bird Thayer may win a gold key or a certificate of merit. After the local contest, his winning pieces are sent to New York for national judging, Where he may receive honorable mention, a cash award, or a senior portfolio scholarship. ART HONORS-BACK ROW: Robert Still, Larry Zirkle, Howard Burnauqh, James Smith, Larry Miller, Bob Howery, Margaret Porter, Mary Spanbauer, Don Black, John Becker. THIRD ROW: Jane Bunning, Shirley Volk, Dorothy Maycock, Jo Anne Arnold, Ruth May, Richard Fanolio, Roland Dilks, Arthur Evans, Bill Hancock, Don Organ. SECOND ROW: Barbara Lynn, Sara Davis, Judy Lewis, Shirley Koelmel, Barbara Hilker, Louis Johnsen, Janice Nickson, Shirley Hawkins, Julie Kerr, Virginia Kent, Judy Howery. FRONT ROW: Jane Roth, Connie O'Hare, Mary Raye Hawkins, Lillian Call, Charlene Williams, Jacqueline Long, Jimmie Evans, Jeanne Johnson, Mary Ann Danielsen, Patricia Workman. 70 SEI J Loi t Dai Hit l The sprir then a shrit Seal Club n ming pool meet everj their most they have and diving dips in the SP Je: Ki is 4 'X .- SEAL CLUB-BACK ROW: Betty Bell, Juanita Madison, Donna Dunlap, Margaret Edwards, Iudy Christian, Lois Hendrickson. MIDDLE ROW: Phyllis Hannsz, Ioan Miller, Iean Carwile, Betty Carrier, Pat McCune, Dana Turner, Miss Biggerstaff, Adviser. FRONT ROW: Felisa Smith, Judith Orrill, Pat Hayes, Carol Hitchcock, Pat McClelland, Barbara Harris. seal club The spring of a diving board, a splash, and then a shriek pierces the air! Once again the Seal Club members find the Water of the swim- ming pool icy cold. These girls of the aqua meet every Monday. Life-saving has been their most important project of the year, but they have found time to perfect their strokes and diving forms, and to enjoy the Weekly dips in the pool. spanish club Stop, look, and listen to these students who are struggling to become proficient in use of the Spanish language. Their programs include talks, poems, skits, and the study of Spanish songs and dances, which give them the op- portunity to understand the countries where Spanish is used extensively. Mrs. Bell is the sponsor of this organization. SPANISH CLUB-BACK ROW: Leila Reisinger, Beverly Tapp, Kay Davis, Barbara Beaver, Iohn Michael, Iean Sheffield, Don Phillips, Mrs. Bell, Adviser. MIDDLE ROW: Iudy Shelton, Norma Iones, Ioan Annis. Margie McGinnis, Connie Io Womack, Shirley Hahn, Pat Booth, Mary Pat Orr. FRONT ROW: Betty Friend, Penny Spicer, Janice Markland, Norma Krueger, Barbara Hilker, Marilyn Carpenter, Iane Springer. Cv Z1-'lun 7l ,M SPEECH ARTS CLUB fseniorsl-BACK ROW: Charles Whitson, Phil Farley, Don Gates, Iohn Dods, Bill Thompson, Dana I-Iickam, Ralph Swant, Bill Butcher, Ronald Waller. THIRD ROW: Iean Caldwell, Donna Sullivan, Shirley Plaskett, Howard Burnaugh, Iohn Healy, Ioe Lamanno, Iim Shuttleworth, Kenneth Williams. SECOND ROW: Mary Braile, Joan Eager, Shirley Wolfe, Ruth Simmons, Dixie Shrout, Elaine Cummins, Nita Pool, Marlene Ryerson, Barbara Yennie. FRONT ROW: Barbara Overton, Phyllis McClelland, La Verle Yates, Shirley Tungett, Ianet How, Carol Goehner, Anne Foster, Catherine Taylor. SPEECH ARTS CLUB Uuniorsl-BACK ROW: Pat Pennington, Io Ann Lewis, Veronica Cholak, Roger Hattem, Roger Welch, Franklin Ouderkirk, Earl Kobush, Robert Colyer, Larry Zirkle. THIRD ROW: Ioanna Weiss- beck, Zella Roe, Mabel Cardis, Nancy Wasson, Io Ann Lusby, Mary Ann Carson, Betty Branch, Charlie Bono, Io Anne Page. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Ball, Helen Daniel, Gilda Bruce, Madonna Green, Betty Kern, Gloria Cook, Carolyn Lohmeyer, Donna Sheridan, Ianet Pratt. FRONT ROW: Cheryl Turecek, Shirley Wilson, Ethel Harden, Barbara Harger, Suzanne Brown, Betty Rae White, Sue Praeger, Charlene Howard. SPEECH ARTS CLUB fsophomoresl-BACK ROW: lean Sheffield, Mary Hall, Kay Pott, Iesse Bonura Carol B k ' Ph ' ' ar e., yllis Clark, Patty Phillips, Ianet Hobson. MIDDLE ROW: Charles Simmons, Ray Heslip, Iocelyn Kellstrom, Gail Davis, Rosemary McFall, Barbara Cox, Gloria Schmall, Miss Cassell, Adviser. FRONT ROW: Shirley Shull, Mary Lou Smith, Barbara Patrick, Pat Nash, Joyce Tann, Jacqueline Long, Beverly Miller, Mr. Western, Adviser fabsentl. SC' "Lights, 1 Arts club i has been a students of an actor or the many Make-up m business an the-scene w Student dire Bill ma ms. IIS, La am, iss- :lie ttty tey rd. rol ,yn W: er. I k s eeeh arts members learn show business "Lights, camera, action," and the Speech Arts club is at Work once again. This year has been a busy one and has revealed many students of considerable acting talent. Being an actor or actress "out front" is only one of the many jobs in presenting a production. Make-up men, stage hands, directors, and business and publicity managers are behind- the-scene workers. Making faces . . .? Student director: "Now this is the way I want it done . . Monologues, declamations, pantomimes, and radio scripts are a few of the perform- ances given throughout the year. The club has frequently gone to outside plays to gain tips from the more experienced people of the stage. Under the supervision of Miss Cassell and Mr. Western, all members receive valuable experience and a knowledge of show business, and have lots of fun While working together. This is murder! First we have to cast tor parts. '73 OLYMPIC CLUB-BACK ROW: Helen Lee, Wanda Carter, Billie Kemp, Ioan Fagan, Margaret Porter, Vesta Murry, Iune Kouns, Io Anne Heitman, LaDonna Penning. FOURTH ROW: Shirley Kiser, Pat Browning, Shirley Phillips, Norma Palmer, Pat Parsons, Cornelia Blair, Theresa Lucas, Elva Sutton, Beverly Meyer. 'll-IIRD BOW: Delores Royle, Carmeline Pickarell, Dorothy Iean Green, Wanda Pennington, Phyllis Hendrick- son, Ioyce Kiser, Helen Powers, Hallie Mehner, Norma De Vore. SECOND ROW: Carol Nash, Ioanne Weaver, Carol Lee Mitchell, Sara Davis, Patricia Workman, Beverly Smith, Betty Albert, Creta Lee Iackson, Darlene Monson FRONT ROW- Donna Cordell Patt L . . , y yons, Io Ann Barton, June Perry, Pat Homan, Sue Forlow, Roberta Simms, Connie Baldwin, Betty Pope, Mrs. Hensley, Sponsor tabsentl. olympians hold peppy club meetings "Send that ball to your right wing! Drive for that goal!" It's hockey season and the Olympic Club members meet once more as school begins. After fall open house and elec- tion of new members, these girls battle for goals during the basketball tournaments. Then it's mid-semester, and the Y-building is filled with ravenous Olympic members who eat chili and more chili at the annual chili supper. As the new year is ushered in, the sports- women elect new officers, hold spring open house, initiate members, and play spirited 74 games of volleyball. Following this season, the most common sound heard is the crack of a bat as some Olympian sends a baseball whizzing through the air. lt's May, and we find the club members laughing, eating, and playing at their annual picnic. But the outing ends on a more solemn note, for this is the last meeting for the Olympic Club, which has done much to de- velop sportsmanship and friendship among its members. . - E swwl' xxxww' X tx Zigi ff aff ,, Z -ty- ff fy V, 4.2 ng 4 , Y-T, betl RO' We: Nor N ar: Shir Sue Flor Y-Tl Plas Phy Mar Sim' Prar Car: Spo: Mar The Y-Tee open to all grow in frie and religion This year ried on in a Coys and Hz could get th spective "cl, ,V .f .V 'esta ting, iyer. rick- anne son. nan. gs this season. is the crack .s a baseball ub members their annual more solemn ting for the much to de- lship among Q Y-TEENS tTop Groupj-BACK ROW: Nancy McGaugh, Myrna Markwell, Sue Renne, Donna Dunlap, Eliza- beth Harding, Marcia Harville, Leta Barnes, Marilyn Carpenter, Shirley Koelmel, Alma Hartley. FOURTH ROW: Ruth Anderson, Roberta Simms, Janet How, Sue Praeger, Charlene Howard, Mary Lukens, Joanna Weissbeck, Beverly Chatten, Martha Groshong, Mary Braile. THIRD ROW: Alta Davis, La Verle Yates, Norma Jones, Betty Pope, JoAnn Tricarico, Dixie Shrout, Dana Turner, Nadine Monroe, Betty Rae White, Nancy Wasson. SECOND ROW: Betty Wallace, Shirley Petet, Helen Pewitt, Penny Spicer, Gladys Nicks, Shirley Umstattd, Betty Winfrey, Ruthanne Harper, Wanda Horner, Miss Gregory, Sponsor. FRONT ROW: Sue Chatman, Shirley Delles, Jane Roth, Barbara Hensley, Felisa Smith, Deanne Lamkey, Cheryl Turecek, Florence Mendolia, Pat Hayes, Bette Hall, Marilyn Ball. Y-TEENS tBottom Groupl-BACK ROW: Donna Lyle, Joan Annis, Barbara Yennie, Marlene Ryerson, Shirley Plaskett, Ruby Erickson, Leila Reisinger, Theresa Lucas, Norma Palmer, Pat Pennington. FOURTH ROW: Phyllis Hendrickson, Shirley Kiser, Delores Royle, Mary Ryan, Helen Lee, Barbara Czar, Lois Hendrickson, Mary O'Grady, Mary Pat Orr, Margie McGinnis, Veronica Cholak. THIRD ROW: Lina Reeves, Ruth Simmons, Donna Sullivan, Dorothy Johnson, Ruth May, Elizabeth Milford, Diana Sheffield, Mabel Cardis, Frances Roe, Jean Sheffield. SECOND ROW: Io Ann Gerard, Pat Hake, Mary Ann Danielsen, Mary Ann Carson, Dana Miller, Joan Miller, Pat Fry, Mary Hobbs, Shirley Davis Bobette Johnson, Miss Gherring Sponsor. FRONT ROW: Janet Hobson, Gilda Bruce, Betty Kern, Jeanne Leeper, Darlene Monson, Donna Maret, Patricia Workman, Joyce Kiser, Betty Albert, Beverly Smith. y- eens roll many events into busy year The Y-Teens, a branch of the YWCA, is open to all high-school girls who desire to grow in friendship with people of all races and religions. This year their membership drive was car- ried on in a most unusual Way. Feudin' Mc- Coys and Hatfields held a contest to see who could get the most members to join their re- spective "clans." Outstanding social functions oi the year were the "Dog Patch Party" and the annual Sweetheart Dance. Besides these entertaining activities, the organization undertakes many service projects throughout the year, such as gathering old clothes, helping charity homes, and sending donations to YWCA organiza- tions in other countries. 75 hi-y meetin S yield fellowship for bo S SENIOR HI-Y-BACK ROW: Don Gates, Bill Thompson, Ralph Swant, Glen Vogel, John Dods, Dana Hickam, Johnnie Henderson, Phil Farley. MIDDLE ROW: Randy Hayden, Kennie Williams, Bill Borchardt, Ronald Waller, Bill Lewis, Delmas Coupland, Charles Whitson, Mr. Longfellow. FRONT ROW: Louis Johnsen, Henry Cosentino, Dale Antrim, Richard Lark, Don L. Phillips, Bob Solenberg, Bob Still. JUNIOR HI Y-BACK ROW: Franklin Ouderkirk, Roger Welch, Don Chapin, Keith Olsen, Jim Myers. FRONT ROW: Vincent Burgio, Floyd Stone, Burton Engle, Bill Marshall, Mr. Ray Hill, Executive Secretary. SOPHOMORE HI-Y-BACK ROW: Bob Alexander, Stephen Risbeck, Frank Fitzpatrick, Bill Shour, Leo Milburn, Raymond Boice, Dee Bollinger. FRONT ROW: Jimmy Scott, Richard Fanolio, Fred Piraro, Kenneth Collins, Richard Hickok, Charles Blackwell, Bob Webb. .4 . Q. -, Q. V AJ' . . . , , . a...r.4-l'L'4a 32 Crackle, place-this Hi-Y is abc YMCA, Whi ing, is divi senior grou In Octobe ernment str mas vacatic conference In the mic ture is set L Northeast I- "Youth and K -1 k 'Y canL nald .sen, yers. tary. Leo neth S 32 boys sent to uyouth and governmentl' Crackle, snap, a cheery fire in the Y fire- place-this means that another session of the Hi-Y is about to begin. This branch of the YMCA, which meets in the Northeast Y-Build- ing, is divided into sophomore, junior, and senior groups. In October the boys start a Youth and Gov- ernment study plan, which lasts until Christ- mas vacation. In November a pre-legislative conference is held. In the middle of December a model legisla- ture is set up in Iefferson City. This year the Northeast Hi-Y sent thirty-two delegates to "Youth and Government," the largest repre- King Louis' court. sentation from any one club in the state. From this delegation Charles Whitson, a senior, was elected governor of the Second Model Legis- lature, and many other Northeast boys held office in the House of Representatives and in the Senate. During this convention, the boys saw how bills are passed and observed the actual workings of our state legislative bodies. After the first flurries of an early December snowfall, plans for the annual "Snowball" dance begin. Although this is their most im- portant social function, hayrides, picnics, and swimming parties also afford fun and fellow- ship. "Sweet Adeline." Ho! Ho! That's rich! 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H sports -in hook three..l"?5 3 '4 'Q I 1 'l a Q l l 3 l 1 1-1 li, il 'Sl NORTHEAST CONCERT BAND-PICCOLO: Martha Johnson. FLUTE: Martha Johnson, Janiece Staves, Mari- lyn Kimball. OBOE: John Dods, Janis Reese. BASSOON: Maurice Nolte. CLARINET: Clinton Hayes, Marie Shull, Bob Howery, Clyde Johnson, Gerald Gerber, Joseph Cannova, James Prock, David Schwenk, Larry Borden, Van Vogel, Stephen Risbeck, Shirley Davis, Ion Fults, Forrest Couch, Shirley Butters, Mary Ann Sigloch, Delos Bollinger, Joe Young, Tom Latta. ALTO CLARINET: Donald Brown, Lyle Herrick. BASS CLARINET: Barton Hulett, Harold Magruder. ALTO SAXOPHONE: Jimmy Greer, Darrell Bradham, Troy Andrews, Fred Dell. TENOR SAXOPHONE: Vince Bennett, Phil Farley. BARITONE SAXOPHONE: Bob Ferrara. CORNET: Bob Reaster, Dave Frew, Larry Polizzi, Bill La Fevers, Frank Vochatzer, Larry Schu- maker, Verne Zugenbuhler, Donna Lyle, Bob Martin, Anthony Monaco, Bill Lewis, Joe Merwin, Jack Barnes. FRENCH HORN: James Shoush, William Sandusky, Robert Shields, Jimmie Kilgroe, William Peltier, Thomas Graves. BARITONE: George Stitziel, Bill Shour, Gene Cross, Randy Hayden, Robert Woolf. TROMBONE: Gene Rogers, William McAlexander, Bill Murray, John Henderson, John Mader, Keith Dewey, Jim Peterson. SOUSAPHONE: Don Toner, Glenn Martin, Wilburn Poe, Jr., William Holman, Joe Sivigliano. STRING BASS: Ann Porter, Barbara Gippner. SNARE DRUM: Phillip Burch, Jerry Durrell, Margie Arvin, Roberta Norton, Robert Weissert. CYMBALS: Keith Olsen. BASS DRUM: Burton Engle. TIMPANI: Ronald Waller. Director: Mr. Nevin E. Wasson. band proudl struts in new uniforms The Northeast Concert Band is one of the outstanding musical groups in Kansas City. The eighty-three members played at our foot- ball and basketball games, spurring our teams on to victory, marched in various parades, took part in the school variety show and in a Spring Band Concert. Under Mr. Wasson's direction, the band tried for two years to raise funds to purchase new uniforms. The entire school felt very proud when the band recently marched down the aisles of the auditorium in their magnificent new uniforms. On March 13, friendly competition among seven high-school bands took place at North- east in the All-City Band Concert. Our band was commended very highly by several music judges. BAND OFFICERS-BACK ROW: Bill Peltier, Phil Farley, Don Toner, Bob Howery, Bill Lewis. MIDDLE ROW: Bob Shields, Bob Reaster, Randall Hayden, Bill McAlexander, Joe Sivigliano, Clinton Hayes. FRONT ROW: Marie Shull, Janis Reese, Ianiece Staves, Martha John- son, Donna Lyle, Shirley Butters. l 82 , 377175 , g Q f E J ' ff , lf Northea: in addition joy orche: voted man one of the Mr. Keezy Southwest. to improve The orc public per various as on the Chi USEQEUFZ' P 2 gif? E n 2 E N ORCHESTRA OFFICERS - BACK ROW: Pat Parsons, Bob Howery, Bill Peltier, Iames Shoush. FRONT ROW: Glen Hale, ltllargie Amin, Bob Reaster, Frances Roe. orchestra ains steadil in numbers thwenk, 5, Mary Herrick. radharn. PHONE: y Schu- Barnes. Thomas IIBONE: eterson. 5 BASS: Norton, ler. IHS alt very proud hed down the air magnificent Jetition among place at North- :ert. Our band ' several music Northeast is proud ot its fine orchestra, for, in addition to merely learning to play and en- joy orchestral music, its members have de- voted many extra hours of practice to make it one of the best school orchestras in the city. Mr. Keenan, who came to us last year from Southwest, has worked hard With this group to improve its already outstanding artistry. The orchestra welcomes opportunities for public performances. This year it played for various assemblies, for the Spring Play, and on the Christmas Vespers Program, which has become so much a tradition at Northeast. I Fifteen students were chosen from the North- east Orchestra this year to participate in the All-City Orchestra, which appeared at one ot the main sessions ot the State Teachers Meet- ing held in the Municipal Auditorium last November. As the orchestra is steadily increasing in size, Mr. Keenan is confidently looking tor- Ward to a time in the near future when its membership will equal that of the Northeast Band. NORTHEAST ORCHESTRA-FIRST VIOLIN: Frances Roe, Larry McFarlane, Glen Hale, Ora Peterson, Ken- neth Collins, Beverly Hinote. SECOND VIOLIN: Clifton Burkhead, Barbara Hinote, I. D. Box, Iohn Garri- son, William Gorman, Mary Anderson, Iohn McQueen. BASS: Ann Porter, Barbara Gippner, Robert Tay- lor. CLARINET: Bob Howery, David Schwenk, Shirley Butters, Ion Fults. HORN: lames Shoush, Bill Sandusky, Bill Peltier, Tommy Graves. CELLO: Pat Parsons, Iohn Nebqen. TRUMPET: Bob Reaster, Frank Vochatzer, Iames Newby, Larry Polizzi, lack Barnes. FLUTE: Ianiece Staves, Marilyn Kimball. DRUMS: Margie Arvin, Robert Weissert. TROMBONE: Gene Rogers, Roy Stone, Ronald McCoy. VIOLA: Pat Hake, Wilma Wallace. BASSOON: Kathleen Nolte. PIANO: Warren Bowman. OBOE: Iohn Dods. Director: Mr. George Keenan. ,A f-- It l 1 I A A CAPPELLA CHOIR-BACK ROW: Frank Simmons, Vice-President: Lorne Moats, Robert Colyer, Ronald G , C l W' ' ' ' reen ar indhausen, B111 Butcher, Don Hatfield, Clinton Hayes. FOURTH ROW: Rosa Lee James, Virgil Dake, Joan Fagan, Marvin Fulton, Jo Anne Heitman, Warren Bowman, Henry Meador, Wayne Button. THIRD ROW: Frances Roe, Don Best, Doris Jean Pratt, David Rolf, Shirley Plaskett, Larry Summers, Jo Ann Williams, Jim Adams. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Margaret Flaqg, Accompanist: Jacqueline De Angelo, Gerald Gerber, Warren Barrett, Mary Pat Orr, Louanna Smith, Kennie Williams, Diana Sheffield, Howard Rose. F . . . . RONT ROW. Gracie Beck, Joe Merwm, Mary Ann Sigloch, Frank Tornabene, Marlene Ryerson, Janet Kuhr, Lois Hendrickson, Tony Scardino. A CAPPELLA CHOIR-BACK ROW: Pat Bennett, Lorene Reisinger, Betty Branch, Dorothy Maycock, Treas- urerg Rose Ellen Lewis, Jo Ann Ammerman, Phyllis Hendrickson, Pat McCune. FOURTH ROW: Carolyn Vader, Henry Teri, Donna Duggan, Charlie Pullen, Nadine Phillips, Jo Ann Lusby, Nick Pluchino, Joan Eager, Joanna Weissbeck. THIRD ROW: Suzanne Brown, Betty Carrier, Dana Turner, Carol Goehner, President: Janice Nickson, Anne Foster Mary Phinney Frances Powell Cathe ' T l , . , rine ay or. SECOND ROW: Maurine Meyer, Pat Hayes, Secretary: Phyllis McClelland, Jo Ann Vivona, Josephine Di Capo, Joy Thomp- son, Norma Jones, Io Anne Geabhart, Miss Clausen, Director. FRONT ROW: Sue Chatman, Laila Starks, Donna Campbell, Louella Can elose, Fl M ' q orence endolta, Penny Pena, Ethel Harden, Audre Coe. scores of northeast students show Northeast has an excellent music depart- ment to serve those interested in vocal music. The beginning music students are in Miss Cain's girls' and boys' choruses, Where they learn the basic fundamentals of singing. The Treble Clef Club, an all girls' music class, sings for many activities outside school and participates in the annual Spring Song Festival. 3 84 There are two advanced mixed choruses, one taught by Miss Clausen and the other by Miss Cain. Here the students study various composers and learn to understand the differ- ent musical symbols. The highest honor bestowed upon a vocal music student is to be selected for the A Cap- pella Choir, which is directed by Miss Clausen and is widely and favorably known among '2U':'U1OUCl-"bl C'?'Zh1EI1!!10"UL'1':DI CD 5 1-4- E' music lovf form at o' before ma: tertains at program 2 gives a re and visitor tonald ames, utton. m Ann ierald Rose. Ianet l'reas- .rolyn Ioan Ihner, ROW: iomp- tarks, s show ed choruses, the other by tudy various nd the differ- ipon a vocal mr the A Cap- Vliss Clausen town among ADVANCED MIXED CHORUS-BACK ROW: lim Reese, Carl Pace, Dick McCune, Francis Gauld, Roland Lung, Robert Phillips, Clifford Thompson, Miss Cain, Director: Hal Reed, Kenneth Turner. FOURTH ROW: Virginia Thompson, Lois Bell, Rodney Brokaw, Don Mathews, Tommy Baker, Ronald Aiello, Haskell Mince, Don Herrick, Tom Sperling. THIRD ROW: Velma Kingsolver, Beverly Iuergens, Phyllis Vance, Georgie Carlton, Don Hughes, Margaret Edwards, Paul Stine, Ruth Simmons, Dorothy Johnson, Vonnie Thompson. SECOND ROW: Wanda Horner, Betty Kern, Charles Simmons, Iimmie Powell, Bill Bearden, Bobette Iohnson, Ieanne Leeper, Darlene Monson, Bonita Singleton, Mary Io Hotchkiss. FRONT ROW: Barbara Bauer, Dorothy Lampton, Betty Morris, Madeline Gabel, Bob Van Compernolle, Norma Lusher, Dorothy Sands, Marie Clark, Ianis Reese. ADVANCED MIXED CHORUS--BACK ROW: Pat Pennington, Iean Sheffield, Ellen Lynch, Charles Warm- ington, Richard Fitzgerel, Nugent Adams, Tom Holden, Roger Welch, Barbara Beaver, Charlie Whitson, Patricia Wilcox. FOURTH ROW: Ioan Miller, Mary Hobbs, Pat Fry, Issa Bell Groff, Ruth Poole, Bud Wade, Gloria Iohnson, Richard Duggan, George Hamblin, Iean Caldwell, Laura Mueller, Veronica Cholak. THIRD ROW: Io Ann Cunningham, Sandra Lee Hurst, Hubert Kent, Roy Hamblin, lean Cunningham, Barbara Hardie, Iohn Adams, Donna Lewis, Ianice Thomas, Mary Ann Carson, Marilyn Arens, Ianet Pratt. SECOND ROW: Mary Lynch, Betty Benson, Frank Lynn, Wilma Hurr, Bob Welch, Madeline Buford, Sara Lukens. Nadine Monroe, Robert Anderson, Nancy McGaugh, Marjorie Miller, Miss Clausen, Director. FRONT ROW: Mary Anne Snyder, Rose Marie Tornabene, Bette Hall, Norman Vinyard, Barbara Hensley, Alice Williams, Wayne House, Alta Marie Davis, Betty Lee Williams, Betty Sue Moberly, Art Weaver. enthusiasm for vocal music courses music lovers. Not only does this group per- form at our school assemblies, but it sings before many clubs of the city. Each fall it en- tertains at open house, presents a beautiful program at Christmas, and in the spring it gives a religious Easter program for students and visitors. The voice class affords special training for students interested in carrying on their vocal interests after graduation. In the harmony class the principles of song composition are first studied, and then stu- dents attempt to Write songs of their own. 85 S i g . l I A l 1 5 1 1 4 1 I . I . l l 1. ., , it 41 5 , te t i I1 ,1 I l - l 1 .ii ll if t 2,1 I l l i it 1 1 t L l fl! 1 '-it 1 2 B ti -I Z 5 3 Q i 5 ei J . ,495 t t l I 1 t 3 l t ' i 4 1 l 9 l l l I tl E1 L :ng X I l t Q l I I l l 2 l i I 1 i 1 u l 4 4 4 'l l r l 5 t ! 3 86 47? HARMONY CLASS-BACK ROW: Ellen Lynch, Warren Bowman, Bob Howery, Ronald Waller, Norma Robinson, Betty Williams. MIDDLE ROW: Glen Hale, Betty Lee Williams, Kay Haley, Carol Hedeen, Esther Allinder, fGene Rogers, Miss Clausen. FRONT ROW: Diane Legant, Ioyce Colley, Martha Ann Iohnson, Bette Hall, Mary Raye Hawkins, Betty Rae White. GIRLS' TREBLE CLEF CLUB-BACK ROW: Gloria Schmall, Barbara Cox, Virginia Pruesner, Doranna Schnei- der, Helen Lewis Miss Cain, Director' Shirley Danielson, Kay Davis Judy Hower , Car 1 C d . FOUR , , , y o ana a TI-I ROW: Carmen Hockett, Shirley Downing, Billie Io Osburn, Carolyn Magargee, Ianet Hobson, Nancy Mc- Cannon, Cordelia Gowing, Charlene Pulsiter, Barbara Allen, Thelma Hazell, Sarah Sappington. THIRD ROW: Shirley Humbird, Dorothy Clark, Gilda Bruce, Ruth Eichenberger, Joyce Simpson, Dorothy Iean reen, Nancy Simms, Shirley Anderson, Phyllis Irwin, Sandra Partridge, Shirley Schnitzer. SECOND ROW: Shirley Umstattd, Iean Spiegel, Shirley O'Dell, Doris lean Goodwin, Sue Forlow, Shirley Powell, Angeline Colletti, Marlene Shenetield, Sally Parker, Mary Baldwin, Sandra Roberts, Mrs. Flagg, Accompanist. FRONT ROW: Wanda Smith, Ioyce Colley, Delores Berry, Mary Louise Williams, Elizabeth Engro, Kathy Como, Gladys Nicks, Carlene Iv.cGuire, Pat Nash, Shirley Fields, Shirley Green. GIRLS' TREBLE CLEF CLUB-BACK ROW: Beverly Hersey, Shirley Teil, Ioanne Webster, Mary Schlie, Ianet Hunter, Mary Ann Marriott, Eddie lane Butler, Patricia Ann Lynn, Betty Carleen Edwards. FOURTH ROW: Shirley Hurr Doris White Dee Ann Farrington Io Ann 1-'arrin ton Pat B th C , , , g , oo , armeline Simone, Gloria Lee Cook, Bonney Noland, Rosemary McFall. THIRD ROW: Pat Dearmont, Sara Davis, Betty Williams, Esther Allinder, Ida Derstler, Marcia Harville, Rita Speake, Bonny Alexander, Ianice Moulder. SECOND ROW: Barbara Hall, Shirley Hanley, Jean Burgio, Lois Haskins, Marilyn Ball, Norma Burns, Pat Bennett, Betty Brotemarkle, Mary O'Grady, Miss Clausen, Director FRONT ROW- Roberta Lampton Dixie Lee Ballenger, Marilyn Carpenter, Edith Epps, Mary Lukens, Mary.Urnise, Edna Hopper, Eva Shirley Brown, Caroline Northington. xrma een, Ann tnei- RTH Mc- IIRD lean JND vell, nist. zthy xlie, HTH me, any der. Pat ixie wn, BOYS' CHORUS-BACK ROW: Ronald Waller, Charlie Beaty, Fred Dell, Bill Simpson, John Wansing, Iim Kesler, Iohn Teller. MIDDLE ROW: Richard Fanolio, Ed Griffin, Charles Blackwell, Glen Robinson, Glenn Martin, Iesse Bonura, Dee Bollinger, lim Peterson. FRONT ROW: Robert Anderson, Iimmie Evans, Douglas Marcott, Donald Fortner, I. B. Roberts, Dick Wendelburq, Clifford Crossland, Miss Cain, Director. GIRLS' CHORUS-BACK ROW: Carol Beebe, Peggy Cantrell, Kay Pott, Nancy Nickolson, Io Ann Tellis, Sharon Griffitts, Arlene Iones, Barbara Knapp, Miss Cain, Director. SECOND ROW: 'Nadine Perry, Bar- bara Patrick, Shirley Ann Gover, Alice Faye Pruitt, Norma Timmons, Ioeanne Lacey, Betty Bell, Iosephine Balano, Glenda Maddy. FRONT ROW: Beverly Browning, Sybil Bouyear, Doris Stodonly, Barbara Iackson, Pauline Bopp, Lucy Hutchins, Carol Curran, Patricia Chrisman, Nancy Adcox. VOICE CLASS-BACK HOW: Richard Carr, Lorraine Savina, Laura Mueller, Iudy Kirkman, Nugent Adams, Carl Windhausen, Howard Rose, Frank Tornabene, Eugene Ioseph. MIDDLE ROW: Betty Branch, Diana Sheffield, Pat Hayes, Betty Pope, Ioy Thompson, Mary Lynch. Betty Benson, Pat Bennett, Miss Clausen, Director. FRONT ROW: Barbara Harper, Mary Anne Snyder, Barbara Hensley, Alice Williams, Florence Mendolia, Eva Shirley Brown, Bette Hall, Audre Coe. me ap ll li 'x I 5: 1 w l r V l I i 5 8 5, 1 Q 5, I 1 , il 2 1 1 il 'x l l E X 1' P K ,. , n , 4 1 Q 0 0 O 0 appreciative crowds enjo sprm play "Change of Heart," a three-act comedy, featured the trials and tribulations suffered by a university professor's daughter. The profes- sor, a trifle opinionated and tyrannical, has written a popular psychology book about a model child-his own daughter. But he shows little genuine understanding of her as an indi- vidual. She fancies herself in love with a col- lege senior who only stirs up trouble for him- self when he advises her to "be herself" in- stead of the ideal her father has created. Fast-moving, comic complications grow as SPRING PLAY CAST-BACK ROW: Bill Butcher, Bill Thompson, Kenneth Williams, Don Gates, Jocelyn Kellstrom, Charles Whitson, Miss Cassell. MIDDLE ROW: Donna Sullivan, Marlene Ryerson, Charlene Williams, Dixie Shrout, Elaine Cummins, Carol Goeh- ner. FRONT ROW: Ioy Keeton, Shirley Plaskett, Sue Renne, Larry Zirkle. 88 the model child has a date with a university football hero, leads a band at the rally, is the belle of the ball, gets her picture in the local papers, and brings down calamity upon nearly everyone concerned. But before the girl and her funny friends finish with them, the mem- bers of the older generation are also "being themselves." Thus on May ll and 12 everyone who saw the annual Spring Play enjoyed a comedy of youth in which youth versus age was the theme. Lower left: The Snake Dance. Upper right: Must I look like that? Lower right: I thought this time would never come! i F Cl Hours and ar a university rally, is the in the local upon nearly the girl and ri, the mem- also "being ne who saw t comedy of ge was the ? tr come! eo-operation and practice are essential Hours and hours of this to perfect a single number. Blow, Gabriel, blow! I Serious business. STAGE CREW Cleft to riqhtl--Larry Zirkle, Ronald Aiello, Kenneth Wylie, Bill Butcher, Don Huff, Donald Pitt, Frank Morris, Mr. Hollis. The work behind the performances. "Playing up" to their brand-new uniforms. 89 l fax, . .W ff , 6? Z 4 gf mf , .. L? 74 7 f 0 1 ff W mm 4 .V nf 'Sz' ,jf Zvi QQ? X-2 S 5 A --f. f ,V 45 1 ? fy 5 if fy 1 5 N K E 12 1 a I I 9 x N K i 442 A ,f ,ff-Zi f fp Q, , -if u L IQ? 13' 5 1' ' , ..A. f X Ag . - Q . . , X X- Q. f HY X A . - XA XA X, gfgy. NON". ? 55xy,KT3EXx . Y im 1 'f 5 ' x gm' . P . 2 X Av"'5 K ' Qi YK ' 1 1 f Xi ' 'y P 1 N! 5,.:yg1 'wg' Q g H M2 m Q 561.4 J 3 El s X1 .gf f 5 .J V 'R 2 v X f :v If f I 'df Q 8 fi Ay ,van ,fa -.y.,,,, I :ni- ll L.m.. U. S. ARMY INSTRUCTORS-Captain Frank W. Sellmyer, First Sergeant Archie Morris, Sergeant E. L. Duncan. CADET-Lieutenant Colonel Iames Owen. r. 0. t. c. offers a eneral course of First Sergeant Ernest Kaiser was transferred to Korea for combat duty this year, and two new instructors were added to the teaching staff. They were Sergeant Duncan and Ser- geant Schaeffer, who were transferred here from Fort Leavenworth. Sergeant Schaeffer was later sent to Westport High School, and Captain Frank W. Sellmyer came to Kansas City from Fort Sheridan, Illinois, and was de- tailed to Northeast High School. Sergeant Archie Morris is still the senior instructor of the R. O. T. C. organization here. Lt. Col. Iames Owen was appointed bat- talion commander. He commands a cadet bat- talion of four companies, one more than last year. Lt. Col. William McClure is the execu- tive officer, and next highest in rank to Owen. There are also a number of Company and Staff Officers. RIGHT AND LEFT TRAINING BATTALION-BACK ROW: Second Lt. Iames Ramsey, Capt. Marvin Mason, Maj. William McClure, Maj. Thomas Coleman, Maj. Don Ide, Maj. Iames Owen. MIDDLE ROW: Second Lt. Bill Crayne, First Lt. Wilburn Poe, First Lt. Robert Cowan, Second Lt. Henry F. Meador, Ir., First Lt. Hollis Archer, Sgt. Robert Weissert. FRONT ROW: Capt. tHonoraryJ LaVerle Yates, Capt. fHonoraryJ Shirley Ann Huff, Capt. tHonoraryJ Frances Powell, Capt. CHonoraryJ Norma Iean Lusher. 92 S. B U Inilih The bat two parts. Training I are in the these four from the 1 more, juni building. B. O. T. NATIONAL R CERS lleft to Lt. Dale Stra rick, Lt. Ia Spence. 'CTORS - Captain , First Sergeant ant E. L. Duncan. Colonel Iames rse of instructor of B Jpointed bat- s a cadet bat- bre than last is the execu- ink to Owen. ompany and ason, cond. st Lt. raryl ,fy Y f SECOND RIFLE .TEAM-BACK ROW: Sgt. llst cl.l Bob Blanchard, Second Lt. Iim Ramsey, Sgt. Clst cl.l Bill Scotten, Maj. Thomas Coleman, Second Lt. Ronald Waller. FIRST RIFLE TEAM-FRONT ROW: Sgt. flst cl.J Richard Carr, Capt. Marvin Mason, Second Lt. Dale Strannigan, Sgt. fist c1.l Donald L. Brown, Sgt. Clst cl.J Charles Hedrick, Sgt. flst cl.J Iohn Ferguson. military training to 2211- northeast boys The battalion has been broken down into two parts. Companies A and B are in the Right Training Battalion, and companies C and D are in the Left Training Battalion. Enrolled in these four companies are 99 freshman boys from the Iunior High School and 125 sopho- more, junior, and senior boys from our own building. R. O. T. C. work is divided into the follow- ing divisions: S-l Personnel Cadjutantly S-2 Intelligence, Maps and Tactics: S-3 Plans and Training: and S-4 Supply. These divisions in- clude military teaching, map reading, tactics. marksmanship, physical development, hy- giene, first aid, weapons, military history and policy, and Interior Guard Duty. The Honor Guard is a permanent unit ot the tContinued on next pagel NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OFFI- CERS lleit to right,-Capt. Pete Michael, Lt. Dale Strannigan, Sgt. Charles Hed- rick, Lt. Iames Ramsey, Lt. Richard Spence. 93 , ,,,-......Y.. , -.-- - .. .-w- - -' -',.'- i'llll1l5Lt.L. COMPANY A-BACK ROW: Pic. Andrew Krumwiede, Darwin Fluty, Corp. Roger Demaree, Sgt. tlst cl.J Richard Carr, Jim Sutton, Sgt. tlst cl.J Victor Duncan, Francis Frechin, Paul E. Smith, Plc. Ray Agler. FIFTH ROW: Ptc. Merrill Lewis, Jimmie White, Sgt. flst cl.J Ronald Aiello, Bill Tomlin, Ptc. Robert Welsh, John Begulio, Pic. Vernon Hales, David Welch, Ptc. Donald Farrar, Jim Ward. FOURTH ROW: Eddie O'Dell, Ptc. Earl Lewis, Don Hughes, Pic. Bill Starkey, David Gallagher, Pfc. Donald Moore, Douglas L. Ryan, David Masterson, Sgt. tlst cl.J Robert Eugene Hurst, Sgt. Kenneth W. Collins. THIRD ROW: Leroy Whittington, Andrew Burton, Harold Nash, Pic. Leroy Ontman, Art Weaver, Wayne Kranz, Richard Miller, Bob Getchell, Charley Smith, Robert Baley. SECOND ROW: Norman Hibdon, Leroy Burgess, Jimmie Jacobs, Ben Lanza, Pic. Don Henson, Ralph Rennison, Pic. Rollin Allen, Harley Arnold, Pic. Bob Hood, Pic. Bob Hiebert, Pic. John B. Wilson. FRONT ROW: Secondt Lt. Dale Strannigan, Second Lt. Charles L. Guth, Capt. Dean Ide, Capt. tHonoraryJ La Verle Yates, Second Lt. Paul Croswhite, First Sgt. William Cannon, Master Sgt. Don Mathews. COMPANY B-BACK ROW: Glen Robinson, Master Sgt. Bill Scotten, Master Sgt. Jack Reed, Pic. William Clow, Corp. Keith Olsen, Jerry Finney. FIFTH ROW: Ptc. Forrest Couch, Pic. Jimmie Todd, Pic. Ronald Van Dyke, Russell Roberts, Bill Gregory, Master Sgt. Arnold Adams, Master Sgt. John Ferguson, Sgt. Roy Allen. FOURTH ROW: Sgt. Anthony Monaco. Pic. Kenneth Carrier, Richard Hoedl, James Perry, Don Erwin, Ronald McCoy, Clark Ruhlman, Richard Proctor. THIRD ROW: Bob McClure, Paul Stine, Robert Burns, Richard Ross, Larry Croswhite, Sgt. Danny Meador, Plc. Robert D. Anderson, Sgt. Don D. Sweet, Pic. Gary McLallen, Sgt. Lawrence Swearingin. SECOND ROW: Joe Young, Pic. Robert L. Anderson, John Huff, Gayle Parker, Chester Hunsaker, Corp. Bernard McKelvy, Tom D. Payne, Corp. John Brasstield, Corp. Eugene Smith. FRONT ROW: F' L ' ' rrst t. Ronald Waller, First Lt. John Michael, Capt. fl-IonoraryJ Shirley Ann Hutt, First Lt. Frank Morris, First Sgt. Don Phillips. battalion and consists of several organizations of cadets who put in considerable extra time. It is composed of the battalion's best cadets and is divided into several divisions. The Rangers are made up of cadets from all companies who form a fancy drill company. The Northeast crack drill company entered competition on the Regimental Field Day. The Northeast National Rifle Team took first 94 place in the Kansas City Regiment of the R. O. T. C. Fifth Army Match. This team is composed of fifteen cadets who are sharp- shooters. A four-man team fired in the Thir- teenth Annual Hearst Trophy Match also. The Drum and Bugle Corps furnishes the music for ceremonies and parades. They also put in extra practice every Wednesday morn- ing. The C geants a Battalion lead the f They car a very i The Re lar army, F our girl t cl.J .gler. 'elsh, Eddie as L. .eroy :hard gess, Bob 1 Lt. Sgt. lliam maid Sgt. erry, ttine, n D. :t L. John Zapt. nent of the Fhis team is t are sharp- in the Thir- ttch also. irnishes the s. They also esday morn- ' - J J t 1 COMPANY C-BACK ROW: Frank Cease, Sgt. Gale Boydston, Sgt. Virgil Dake, Jerry Gee, Sgt. Franklin Ouderkirk, Tom Liggett, Sgt. Larry Baldwin, Jerry Ring, Sgt. tlst cl.J James Smith, Sgt. tlst cl.J Bob Blanchard. FOURTH ROW: Bill Stitziel, Donald Jones, Harley Foster, Sgt. James Jacobson, Sgt. Johnny Willis, Sgt. John Mader, Stephen Binns, Merrill Crookshank, Milton Shapiro, Corp. Victor Stephens. THIRD ROW: Oscar Hunsaker, Pic. Jerry Barnes, Wallace Burton, Pete Sirna, Pic. John Webb, Pfc. Donald Harris, Arthur Maitland, William Elms, Donald Thomas. SECOND ROW: David Courtney, Pic. James Swartz, Tommy Pace, Henry Lohrengel, Kenneth Goodwin, Willie Wells, Carl Kelley, Corp. Ralph Britz, Robert E. Proctor, Bob McCartney. FRONT ROW: Second Lt. John McCulloch, Second Lt. Richard Spence. Capt. James Chappelow, Capt. tHonoraryJ Frances Powell, First Lt. Leonard Summers, First Sgt. Howard Rose. COMPANY D-BACK ROW: Enoch Maitland, Keith Wilson, Sgt. tlst cl.J Charles Hedrick, Sgt. tlst cl.J Donald Brown, Bill Shour, Corp. Fred Lewis, Dick Abbott. FOURTH ROW: Fred Wentz, Andy Costanza, Sgt. James Prock, Sgt. Robert Shields, Sgt. llst cl.J Jerald Trowbridge, Thomas Wilson, Pic. Allen Ander- son, Loyd Laster. THIRD ROW: Sgt. Alfred West, Pic. Leonard Smith, William Holman, John Loewer, Corp. Richard Fanolio, Corp. Charles Baer, William Moore, Raymond Roadcap, Sgt. Don Windsor. SECOND ROW: Corp. Jerry John, Guy Wake, Perry Cox, Sgt. Richard Wood, Donald Gaston, Elton Craig, Sgt. Bill Peoples, Sgt. Robert Rentro, Albert Stolifer. FRONT ROW: Roy Stone, Capt. Charles Finter, Capt. tHon- oraryl Norma Lusher, First Lt. Burton Engle, Second Lt. Ed Griitin, First Sgt. Cameron Peak. The Color Guard is made up of four ser- geants appointed for this duty. They are the Battalion Color Bearers and Guards. They also lead the flag ceremonies at school assemblies. They carry the flag in all parades, performing a very impressive service. The Regimental Staff is set up like the regu- lar army, having the same general divisions. Four girls are enrolled in the R. O. T. C. and help with the officework, typing, and filing. These girls, Norma Lusher, Pat McClelland, Frances Powell, and LaVerle Yates, receive an honorary rank of captain. In addition to regular training, several activ- ities are carried on. Approximately thirty par- ticipants served as an Honor Guard escort for the 990th Signal Operations Company when it was ordered to active duty. lContinued on next pagej 95 4 DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS tlett to rightl-Corp. Ray Weaver, Lt. Ronnie Waller, William Holman, Glen Robinson, Corp. Forrest Couch, David Gallagher, Iack Tremaine, Sgt. Robert Hurst. The cadets all worked hard to get their Weapons in condition for the F iith Army An- nual Ordnance Inspection. This inspection de- termined the serviceability of the equipment and the required repairs and maintenance needed. Four honorary girl captains keep busy with the details of our large R. O. T. C. battalion. Cadet officers, accompanied by Captain Frank Sellmyer, Went to Leavenworth for a tour of the fort. The Annual Battalion Ball was the social event of the year. Cadets voted Miss Dixie Shrout Queen of the 1951 R. O. T. C. Ball. Color Guard takes part in the Armistice Day Parade. 96 satis! , An "There' , Glen . by Captain enworth for a was the social ad Miss Dixie T. C. Ball. :ice Day Parade. , ,Mm r 7 O O O I Q satlsfactlon IS derlved from accomplishment Boys on the R. O. T. C. rifle team receive their school letters. An A Cappella section sings lustily. Dixie Shrout is crowned queen of the R. O. T. C. Ball. "Tnere's nothing like our own school band." Army officials enjoy refreshments at the annual dance 97 Send that ball to the left wing. I'll bet it's a strike. Wheres the b1rdie?? CThe photographer didn't get it.J Row row your boat-this is modem dancing?? best in sports Flying sticks, spinning balls, bruised spots, and sprained limbs-this is the hockey season. As soon as school begins in September, sophomores, juniors, and seniors practice left-hand lunges, drib- bling, goal driving, and other techniques under the supervision of Miss Ruth Big- gerstaff and Mrs. Lucille Hensley. Then as long as pleasant Weather prevails, these athletes engage in terrific hockey battles. When cold weather and snow arrive, the girls retreat to the gymnasium, where they lay aside hockey sticks and shin guards to take up badminton rackets and shuttlecocks. "Guard that forward! Get those re- bounds!" As the school year begins, the girls' physical education classes play basketball. First they practice ball handling, footwork, and goal shooting, and then competitive games are held in each class. With the beginning of a new term, anyone near the girls' gym may hear, "Set 'em up! Spike that one!" In reality it's only an energetic game of volleyball being played. As warm weather arrives, the feminine athletes take to the out-of- doors. America's favorite sport, base- ball, then brings out a spirit of competi- tion while teaching group cooperation and good sportsmanship. "Charleston, Charleston . . . " Couldl' this be the roaring '2O's? No, but it is modern dancing day. Not only do the girls learn interpretive dancing, but they are also taught ballroom dancing. Swim- ming, another weekly activity, teaches the girls many new strokes and diving forms. "Staying for intramurals tonight?" for vil This is an ot girls enjoyin their letters. mural games credits accun small shield, finally attains school letter. Each year school girls' Southeast pl. sportsday. Th in a O to 0 tif second game for the N. E. l perked up ir over the Sout 2 to O. Basketball our N. E. tean with a 26 to 2 second game 21 to 7. Howe Central cage Queens. Thus durin tion, girls pla intramurals, g most importa and sportsma GIRLS' INTBAMFI Delores Royle, Skating: Theresa minton: Betty A Table Tennis: FRONT ROW: G De Vore, Bowlini Volleyball: Mary Browning, Volley sports alls, bruised -this is the chool begins , juniors, and lunges, drib- er techniques Jliss Ruth Big- ensley. Then her prevails, erritic hockey snow ancive, asium, where cks and shin tn rackets and Get those re- year begins, ation classes practice ball goal shooting, nes are held a new term. 'm may hear, ie!" In reality 2 of volleyball aather arrives, to the out-of- sport, base- rit of competi- 9 cooperation . . . " Could! No, but it is : only do the cing, but they ancing. Swim- :ivity, teaches as and diving s tonight?" for vikin irls This is an often heard question among girls enjoying sports and working for their letters. During each season intra- mural games are held after school. F rom credits accumulated, a girl first earns her small shield, then a large shield, and finally attains the honor of receiving her school letter. Each year three sportsdays for high- school girls' teams are held. This year Southeast played host for the hockey sportsday. The first game for N. E. ended in a 0 to 0 tie with Westport, while the second game with East resulted in a loss for the N. E. hockey stars. The girls then perked up in the third game and won over the Southwest team with a score of 2 to O. Basketball sportsday at Westport saw our N. E. team walk over the Paseo team with a 26 to 2 score. Following up in the second game, the team beat Southeast 21 to 7. However, in the third game, the Central cage stars defeated our Vi- Queens. Thus during a year of physical educa- tion, girls play new sports, participate in intramurals, gain Sportsday friends, but, most important of all, learn teamwork and sportsmanship. GIRLS' INTRAMURAL MANAGERS - BACK ROW: Delores Royle, Roller Skating: Beverly Smith, Ice Skating: Theresa Lucas, Hockey: Vesta Murry, Bad- minton: Betty Albert, Ice Skating: Iol-lnna O'Day, Table Tennis: Darlene Monson, Roller Skating. FRONT ROW: Connie Baldwin, Volleyball: Norma De Vore, Bowling: Helen Lee, Hockey: Ioan Fagan, Volleyball: Mary Anne Pournelle, Swimming: Pat Browning, Volleyball: Pat Workman, Basketball. So many twins in one class'P'P Spike that ball! Whoa . . .a. . .a T L fi! 'T' 3. , 1. -v 1 ff' l 17 ,-W'--. K , 4 . gs A A , bf. fri f MY 'ffl w 44 '?,1,f f,,, 3: ,M I' 'mir 1 ,, 5' 9.7 ' S5 f4'2f',' , '-T:-.f-, 1 Z ll o W ,X 1 2 Jjfullpnvn 4 , R , , 'fm 725, , 1 My L J qi , 5 H M, . , .,,, A ff ' L' .K I " up f QQ. 3 YA ,pk f if ' J, ' . 1, ' -,AZ AWN'a:ww+mWx-,,w,,,,Q,W .WW i'ZW57?15f 5? Q , i V --f' , iff ff ' ' , -f, fg, 4- Q, 1, ,- W f MB -2 ,mr 0 , S 1 1 ,S : , 9, K' 5 kv , :I A "f ' if ,. 4 , fi 11 x S Qjhuif 4 'f ' 2... N - x - K9 3 .1 . I 'V fy D s Q A Qi , W B :ai wg -4, . 1' 1 Nr:-2. wr- - 'V nb? - fa' .LJ-'14 If E 7 K. " A f 477 ,f N..- I A . - af Q. , 3 V' . I , X xx., X W ' 'r 1 A X . , o y .. RMK I 4 S 1 , X ,X ?, r ,: , j r 7 ., A . A " E I i! A i f, ' Q ' , ea f- - 3,333 Wi' K Q Q. bf T4 Q - V fYRfflQ" A X, I 5 5 - H P? ' CQ- , Zig- ' L A VM' -Q ., f- 4 W I x V X i 9 ' 1 ,. Q , , " 5 Q1 1 ', f A B , WK , . ., 'fa W 5 fa, 'T ,zz , iz. ,,, mf -1 :Ili ff yi:-w Z fi ' 'V' A 5. as rk . ' K- As.. . .apwf l " .wa f 'lug t ,.... , , has . ,Az - - Going somewhere? . tou h opponents make the vikin s The early prospects for the 1950 football season looked great, for in the lid-lifter the Vikings smashed through with a score of 12 to 6 over Rockhurst, last year's champions of the Catholic League. In the first lnterscholastic League game, Northeast defeated Central for the eighth year in succession. An easy victory over Manual followed. By stopping the Vikes' surge, East Bears next gained a scoreless tie. The tie with East, plus the loss to Southeast, put Northeast out of the running for the cham- pionship. l . Coach Markey Dan Arnold Bill Bickel Don Childs lack Denton Iohn Duncan Paseo upset Northeast for the first time since 1938 and also marked the first time since 1946 that Northeast had lost two games in one season. Northeast and Westport then fought, point for point, a 13-all tie. The next game proved to be the game of the season, since our victory over Southwest threw them into a championship tie with Southeast. In eight years of play against South- west at the Blues Stadium, Northeast has won six games, lost one, and tied one. For the tenth consecutive year Northeast defeated Wm. Chrisman. Bill Borchardt Fred Brown Iack Chapman Dean Elliott Marvin Fulton Melvin Harless f A W6 ,, it 1 102 v qi 1- A! 41' 'C 1 :Y X .Q ., 2 f 1 1. af, 1, ,V 3, J: 1,7-i A125 I, Coach He Don Hatti fi ht Northeas places, anc dino on tl Kinnett on POC Dal: MID Phil Coa Kim - . , 1" I Q , it "T 1 " V.t5 ,ifi . t QQ' I 3 X ' I .2 -Wiwirff 2 We Y ,t L' , I r . F . ' H --'- ' ' -:, - ,,,. 1 1 4 . ' ' - t ' " ,L . , 'I f t , af- I , ,f :,: '1',, we .V , ,, t , ' I -"' 'f :"f 4 .,.. 1 I , , . ' 'f.g " -. ., " ,. Nf,,,Ef' , jf! 219- LMRW1' f A -. 4'-ilflir I . somewhere? ' - , . We , ,gb I g lf if '? I I-2 , 29 , 2 I I I ' :-A ,..:: . ,,.,... ,A ' Vx t Coach Heine Bill Kulash Walt Kuhn Marvin Kinnett Earnie Hutchings Dale Hodges ' 2 Don Hatfield Ioe Blankenship Bob Mathison Bill Lewis George Lanham Granville Morgan 1 I Vik' f' h h d f ' ' ' m s lg t ar or victories in 1950 t , I . 3 iiiet time Since Northeast tied with Paseo for fourth and fifth and Iack Wilkinson received honorable men- t time since 1945 places, and placed B111 'Ku1ash and Tony Scar- tion. games in one I dino on the all-star first team, and Marvin Coach E. A. Markey is to be congratulated U Kinnett on the all-star second team. Walt Kuhn for turning out another excellent football team. t an fought, point I 1950 LEAGUE STANDINGS GAME SCORES i t S I i W L T Pts. Op. Pts. Northeast 12 Rockhurst b be thes gaife 0 Southwest 6 1 0 189 53 Northeast Z6 Central 7 j Ove? of-It West Southeast 6 l 0 169 65 Northeast 42 Manual O I vI1Sl11p lle Wllh Westport 4 2 1 126 70 Northeast 0 East 0 ' Y against S0l.1tl'1- Ease: 3 2 2 Illrlortgeast S Southeast IZ ort east ort eas aseo I rtheast has Won Central 2 5 0 sz 127 Northeast 13 Westport 13 1 One- East 1 5 1 40 117 Northeast 14 Southwest 6 t Yea! NO1'fl'1eB.Sf Manual 0 7 0 39 256 Northeast 28 Wm. Chrisman 0 FOOTBALL FIRST SQUAD-BACK ROW: Iohn Dods, Frank Simmons, Manager: Dick Trekell, Iack Chapman, Dale Hodges. Dan Arnold, Stuart Schnackenberg, Don Hatfield, Marvin Fulton, Melvin I-larless, B111 Lewis. MIDDLE ROW: Coach Markey, Don L. Phillips, George Lanham, Verne Zugenbuhler, Bill Bickel, Phil Phillips, Charles Pruitt, Keith Olsen, Granville Morgan, Bob C. Mathison, Harold Pittman: Bill Borchardt. lack Chapman Coach Heine. ,FRONT ROW: John Duncan, Dion Childs, lack Denton, Fred- Brown, Iack Wilkinson, Marvin Melvin Hartess Kinnett, Dean Elliott, Bill Strawn, Ernie Hutchings, Walt Kuhn, Tony Scardmo, Btll Kulash. f I I I I' It I I I ' 1,12 rfrr- , t I t 103 I I I I , f-we-ee--I-'me-T-re. ' A'i'11afef1121?rT't .. ., Q f ,,,f . s 'X , ' , 4 xii ' fat fy, I H 9 ,,.. 5 14, l ,. , , ,fyftyp K ' '41, .af ' tn 'x,w.:,h .W i ,ZZ-,Vu f ,5 I, iff Z 1 f ' , '-" M ' Q4 1-W e 1 fs. if ,Zig . !. - f f , IF' V H 2 f , f f i ff , 'gr 4 V Q , 4 , ali! . V 4 t 4 4 f 'L ' ei ., fl 3, W y at Q 1 111 1 it 1 ' 4 M3 , , 5' ' Q 1 V ' X ',', Z, I ogkklm 'I ,, V I f ,V .1 X , ",: - H ' - ,Wh ' VhZ,A'j ff, ,-,ffl , ,V PM f f A- + H , W Vxgfy 75 N' . 'V , 44.2 , X VV J., V J! M41 A K W ' i .f,1fQ'r 4 if , ., 4 V D. L. Deniston Frank Simmons llohn Dods Keith Olsen Don Phillips Phil Phillips Charles Pruitt Business Manager Tony Scardino Stuart Schnacken- Dick Trekell Bill Strawn Iack Wilkinson Verne Zuqen- Hollie Rice berg buhlel second team really goes to town Coach Hawthorne's second team football boys made a fine record by winning eleven of their thirteen games. In the non-league series, the team lost to Bockhurst by a score of 13-12. It then beat Wyandotte 6-O, North Kansas City 13-6, and Argentine 12-0, but the team from Gower, Missouri, defeated the Vikes 25-0. Win- ning over Central, Manual, East, Southeast, Paseo, Westport, and Southwest, the second team Won the league championship. The experience these boys' gained makes them good prospects for the first team next year. LEAGUE SCORES Northeast 39 Manual 0 Northeast 92 East - 0 Northeast 14 Southeast 7 Northeast 33 Paseo 0 Northeast 19 Westport 6 Northeast 40 Southwest 0 Northeast 7 Central 6 FOOTBALL SECOND SQUAD-BACK ROW: Wilfred Hutchings, Frank Vochatzer, Iohn Neiderland, Max Williams, Jack Marley, Bill Semler, Ross Arnold, Wilson Allison, Billy Smitka, Iohn Calia, Edward Thomp- son, Don Vandeventer, Iohn Teller, Norman Love, -Stephen Risbeck, Tommy Clemens. THIRD ROW: Victor De Mayo, Marvin Doyle, Don Best, Wayne Gooden, Iohn Hodges, Bob Stockwood, Larry Phillips, Iack Buschhorn, Gene Willmett, Kenneth Chrisman, Al Maddox, Bob Butrum, Coach Hawthorne. SECOND ROW: Donald Dixon, Robert Martin, Iim Howell, John Hamilton, Bill Marshall, Dee Bollinger, Bob Berry, Riley Urton, Iohn Royle, Richard Windle, Iohn Wansing, Dick McCune, Bob Perusich. FRONT ROW: Gene George, Hal Reed, Charlie Pullen, Bollie Rice, David Rolf, Eugene Toler, Charles Mooney, Burt Hendricks, Bill Matson, Iim Reese, Charles De Hart. 104 -S. Nlfkx:--f . Charles Pruitt Verne Zugen- buhler fl gained makes first team next 0 O ,st 7 0 rt 6 est 0 6 nd, Max , Thomp- J ROW: Phillips, SECOND b Berry, T ROW: ey, Burt . K . V .V,V,V ,V , ,l I E I .Hb A Y ,, Y W I 1t,S all part 0 the football season Hogging the pigskin. Make that kick. No gain. I The annual father and son banquet Boy, is he going to be surprised! Closes the football season- What's he kicking about ? CHEERLEADERS fleft to rightl-Elaine Cummins, Dale Antrim, Barbara Overton, The 0119 that gOt away Clinton Hayes, Ioanne Weaver. Ft BASKETBALL FIRST SQUAD-BACK BOW: Granville Morgan, Art Chambers, Phil Phillips, Charles Pruitt, Nugent Adams. FRONT ROW: Clyde Johnson, Bob Pugh, Don Childs, Fred Brown, Tony Scardino, Fred Nelson, Coach Huhn. Vike cage stars tie for second place The Vikings had a highly successful pre- league season by defeating North Kansas City, Topeka, Liberty, Excelsior Springs, Pem-Day, Ward, and Glennon. In the Inter-Scholastic League, Northeast racked up victories against Paseo, Manual, Southeast, Southwest, and East. The last two league games resulted in losses to Central and Westport, which tied Northeast and East for second place. Don Childs was elected to the All-Star First Team and Tony Scardino to the All-Star Second Team. ln the regional tournament, Northeast won from De La Salle, and got sweet revenge by victories over Central and Westport. 106 The team then went to Columbia for the State Championship Tournament. It won its first game with Sikeston, but lost its second game to Maplewood. Don Childs earned a spot on the All-State Second Team. Under Charles Huhn's efficient coaching, the team made an excellent showing this year. LEAGUE SCORES Northeast 58 Paseo 38 Northeast 46 Southeast 37 Northeast 38 Manual 33 Northeast 50 Southwest 49 Northeast 56 East 43 Northeast 37 Central 48 Northeast 32 Westport 38 l l l l What's this 1 1 Coach Hz win twelve Northe Northe Northe I Northe Northe Northe l Northe l BA Sto g D11 l l 1 l t 1 i sts' r i a Pruitt, ,o, Fred C6 flumbia for the ent. It won its lost its second hilds earned a 'eam. cient coachinq, Jwing this year. 38 L51 37 33 est 49 43 48 r1'I 38 What's this . . . a sit down strike? Old dead-eye Scardino Q I 1 Q 0 hawthorne s second team cagers shine Coach Hawthorne saw his second team boys gave them the league championship. Coach win twelve of their thirteen games, which is doing fine work with the boys. Northeast 42 Paseo 26 Started the '51 games with a big bang! Northeast 45 Southeast 39 Second team keeps building up the scores. Northeast 48 Manual 35 "Third time's the charm" works for Vikes. Northeast 55 Southwest 23 Literally "scalped" the Indians! Northeast 44 East 41 The East Bears came close to winning! Northeast 27 Central 28 It was nip and tuck! Northeast 49 Westport 38 A win closes the season. BASKETBALL SECOND SQUAD-BACK ROW: Tom Holden, Richard Wendle, Bob Butrum, lim Toner, Bob Stockwood, Coach Hawthorne, Donald Dixon. FRONT ROW: Iim Fuller, Rollie Rice, Iohn Teller, Richard Duggan, Charles Warmington, Bob Alexander. 107 I, Y 1 1 4 1 1 I 1 1 . 1 1 1 J . TRACK TEAM-BACK ROW: Dean' Nicholas, Frank Day, Clyde Johnson, Harold Pittman, Iohn Hamilton, lack Vochatzer, Verne Zugenbuhler, Ray Duncan, Richard Ross, Lee Watertield, Iohn Neiderland, Eugene Toler, Riley Urton. FIFTH ROW: Al Maddox, David Rolf, Don Best, Roy Wright, David Frew, Boo Solenberg, Richard Lark, Ernie Hutchings, Max King, Bill Sandusky, John Hodges, Don' Hatfield. FOURTH ROW: Bob Long, Robert Colyer. Charles Warmington, Iim Greer, Bill Kulash, Tom Holden, Granville Morgan, Melvin Harless, Robert Box, Albert Espinosa, Edward Hilligoss, Bob Martin. THIRD ROW: Keith Olsen. Marvin Kinnett, Fred Brown, lim Adams, Bill Strawn, Bob Mathison, Orlo Enyeart, Dick Trekell, Tom O'Connor, Ralph Earles, Ioe Blankenship. SECOND ROW: Phil Phillips, Robert Butrum, Edward Cooper, Stuart Schnackenberg, Bob Stockwood, Richard Windle, Art Chambers, George Lanham, Iohn Wansing. FRONT ROW: Charles Pullen, Floyd Stone, I. B. Roberts, Don Chapin, Bill Bearden, Lawrence Enyeart, Jack Chapman. , l O O fleet-footed vlklngs have a busy season The Northeast Indoor Track Team-Iim Harless, Dick Lark, Robert Solenberg, lack Adams, Ralph Earles, Orlo Enyeart, Melvin Vochatzer, and Verne Zugenbuhler-won the 1 1 1 C00P9Y doesfft Heed WiDgS- Iumping hurdles isn't as easy as it looks. "Musc1es" Kinnett puts the shot away 1 over thar! The winners ot the indoor track meet. Once Over for A1tChambey5, 108 Q2 ' if .wztgglztlff Q2 gift! M21 1 ggi? fi 212 ff Q ' 12 H '- f , ' M I U W W E 1 , , 4 1 , S4 I f kv X , Ji :V I , -53 G' g X, Z ,fic ,K 5,Z !Lzj,0 , Qf N Ch Fri Ch Gr, C11 Bil Ch ll-I charnpionsl tic League, a score of e In dual rr as follows: Northez Northea Northez Dual meets Southwest. Mission rel: sas. Our tea Enyeart, Ch two-mile rel Zugenbuhle vin Kinnett 1 The track state meet Ioseph relay May 26. Footb ters at a they loc scholast Bask just befc state tot their fir: lost to lN ' amilton. Eugene , Boo OURTH organ, Olsen, ill, Torn Cooper, lansing. Enyeart, HSOII Lolenberg, lack uhler-won the s easy as it looks. for Art Chambers. 4 N CLUB-BfLCK.ROW: Iim Adams,-Iack Chapman, Iack Wilkinson, Dan Arnold, Iohn Dods. Nugent Adams. . Charles Pruitt, lim Gale, Phil Phillips, Edward Cooper. FOURTH ROW: Bob C. Mathison, Tony Scardino, Fred Brown, Bill Kulash. Don Hatfield, Orlo Enyeart, William Bickel, Fred Nelson, Dale Hodges, Art Chambers. THIRD ROW: Walt Kuhn, Verne Zugenbuhler, George Lanham, Bill Strawn, Marvin Fulton. Granville Morgan, Ralph- Earles, Dick Trekell, Keith Olsen, Marvin Kinnett. SECOND ROW: Bob Solenberg, Clyde Johnson, Roy' Wright, Larry Miller, Ioe Blankenship, Harold Pittman, Melvin Harless, Bill Borchardt, B111 Lewis, Frank Simmons. FRONT ROW: Bill Bearden, Rollie Rice, Charlie Pullen, Bobby Pugh, Don Childs, Dean Elliott, lack Vochatzer, Richard Lark, Iack Denton, Ernest Hutchings. 11-club lettermen uphold sportsmanship championship of the Kansas City Interscholas- tic League, sponsored by the Big Seven, with a score of eighteen points. In dual meets so far this year, the scores are as follows: Northeast 55 W Central 49 V2 Northeast 55 M Southeast 49 V2 Northeast 46 V2 East 58 V2 Dual meets yet to be run are with Paseo and Southwest. Northeast attended the Shawnee- Mission relay, held at Shawnee-Mission, Kan- sas. Our team, composed of Fred Brown, Orlo Enyeart, Charles Pullen, and Don Best, won the two-mile relay in the fine time of 8:28.2. Verne Zugenbuhler was third in the mile run and Mar- vin Kinnett was second in the shot put. The track team is looking forward to the state meet at Columbia on May 12, the St. loseph relays on May 18, and the city meet on May 26. Football players are awarded their let- ters at a special assembly. We wonder if they looked quite as angelic to their inter- scholastic adversaries. Basketball boys pose for the camera just before boarding the bus to go to the state tournament in Columbia. They won their first game with Sikeston 55-50, but lost to Maplewood of St. Louis. It may be football, basketball, or track sea- son, but during each season a special assembly is held when many boys are formally intro- duced as they receive their school letter. These are the boys who have been the mem- bers of Northeast's outstanding teams. The N- Club is an honorary organization made up of boys who have won letters. The lettermen stand for the highest ideals of sportsmanship in team play. 109 I 1 l l l l 4 l t l l i 1 I CUSTODIANS-BACK ROW: Ioe Jennings, Custodian-Engineer: Clarence O. Wells, Iames A. Williams, Walter Doyle, Clyde Mc- Call. FRONT ROW: Adlia Stevens, Lloyd P. Blair, William Er- win, Iames A. Geary, Miles Harned. a bus day 111 the llfe of a speed raphlc i mf A bit oi chitchat before the day begins. This year Mr. Harman is retiring alter 22 happy years at Northeast. Teachers are friendly people. Do they The up-and-at-'em boys. I'm bringing a friend home to dinner, dear ? ? Corn right off the cob. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis, we hope you will like teaching at D0 YOU think M Northeast. Mr. Kunz, printing instructor, starts the day with a smile. her O.K. ll0 ,. ..,... ...s , . ,, H Phil? modern age requires more than 663 I',S,, 22 happy years Do they really know what they're doing? A yearn to leam. s. Hope nothing explodes, Oh, now I understand, Miss Baxter. Do you think Miss Gregory will give I'm going to invent a typewriter that So that's what makes it runl day with a smile. her O.K. to this stencil? can spell. 111 , industrial arts shops give boys and Master metal workers, Byron Macklin and Edgar Cary, exhibit their masterpieces. Operating the metal shop lathe is technical work. The village blacksmiths of today. ll2 1 E I I I I i girls 0 A glue frame pa Making a combine main project ioi Things nys and today. girls opportunit to learn manual trades A glue frame proves to be a labor-saving device in Puttin' on the finishing touches. woodshop. Making a combination "bookends and letter holder" is the main project for boys taking second-year woodwork. In printers' lingo. they are "laying in" the Courier, Making a model house to scale is a requirement tor all ar- Things are beginning to shape up. chitectural drafting students. 113 home economies classes prepare Sniff! Sniif! How much longer do we "hafta" wait? Stir until thick." Assembly line production "-add 5254 cup of mi1k." The price you pay ! ! The brighier side of cooking. 3 n girls f A N u n--v.,-, . . ,, l I 1 4 i 1 prepare girls for future hememakin Busy as bees. cup of milk." "Wait a minute: I want to see that one!" "Let's see now, does this piece go here?" poking, A pressing business. "Mirror, mirror, on the wall . . - . i b x 1 s i N , I , 1 E. u 1 V E I x 1 x , Q 3. i I l ga 3 i i l E I l t Q i r i i w w 1 P I arts give school life that extra touch A Cappella choir presents a selection of hymns at the Easter assembly. "All together now." "That's coming along nice1y." There's a picture within a picture! After performing in a Speech assembly. drama students gather backstage. 1 l 3 Miss Iohnson. Mr. I. G. Brg Our own barbe I 4 ich launching an intense safety campai n Mock court scene illustrates the dangers of hitch-hiking. Miss Iohnson, Mrs. M. C. Hobbs, Miss L. H. Miller, and The Antlers, famous barbershop quartet. pose White sing- Mr. I. G. Bryan are found chatting after the Safety ing for Northeast students. drama students Assembly' Students test their driving reactions during the safety Our own barbershop quartet sings an original safety tune. campaign. 1 17 l-nv V Ili! 4 t s t W I ! t Y 2 t s l I l w i t t 3 P I l I l 5 , ta . g , f ,- , , 7 .2 Ai L., A - gs tw, . Q' Y I .. 5, ,, ,t ,X in-1 v vw A ir 5 Q ri 'aff iv , , gf 5,41 .au ,Z ,www A as partin time draws near, We remember . . . lust one more glance at "Thou dear." Where did all this junk Come from? "I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America . . These senior picture panels are a favorite gathering place for returning graduaies- What does the future hold for us? ll8 Abbott, Richara Abston, Patriciz Adams, Arnold Adams, Bernie Adams, James Adams, Iohn I Adams, Nugent 106, lO9 Adcox, Nancy Addams, Iohn I Agler, Ray 94 Aiello, Ronald Albert, Betty IL Albertson, Rutld Albrecht, Mary Alexan Alexan Alex-an Alexan der, Bev der, Bon der, Nol der, Rob Allee, Florence Allen, Allen, Allen, Allen, Barbara Larry Le Rollin 93 Roy Ray Allinder, Esther Allison, Wilson ALPHAS 67 Ammerman, Ioi Anderson, Alle Anderson, Fine Anderson, Gay. Anderson, Mar' Anderson, Robe Anderson, Rob Anderson, Ru t th Anderson, Shirl Andrews, Troy Annis, Annis, Anita Io Charlottt Antrim, Dale Et Antrim, Marvinl Appleby, Willie Archer, Hollis I Arens, Marilyn Arenson, Arnolr Arenson, Marle Arenson, Phylli Argo, Gary Lee Arnold, Dan T11 109 Arnold, Dolores Arnold, Harley Arnold, Io Ann Arnold, Loretta Arnold, Ross lf ART CLUB 70 ART HONORS Arterburn, Eller Arvin, Margie l Asbury, Delber' Ashby, Barbara Asher, Ioyce M Asher, Nancy It Ashworth, Willi Aston, Don Mai Atchinson, Will. Atkinson, Shirle Atteberry, Ioan Ault, Larry Dea Ault, Marion 15 Ausman, Patrici Babbit, Ellis B. Babler, Io Anne Bachman, Barba Baer, Charles R Bailey, Annabel Baity, Shirley Ie Baker, Richard Baker, Thomas Balano, Iosephir Baldus, Albert l Baldwin, Connie 99 Baldwin, Lawrai Baldwin, Mary I Baley, Robert 9 Ball, Marilyn Io Ballenger, Dixie Bandy, Marqare Bandy, Robert I Barelli, Betty Lc Barker, Miriam Brandes Loretta Mae 15 110 Sa A ffl soi ' ' favorite picture A Abbott, Richard Wayne 1813041, 95 Abston, Patricia Ann 1511101 Adams, Arnold Rennie 151l071, 94 Adams, Bernie Eugene 1511071 Adams, James Bryan 1813061, 30, 84, 108, Adams, John James l91308A1, B5 109 Adams, Nugent Ray 2114051, 28, 30, 85, 87, 106, 109 Adcox, Nancy Sue 2013161, 87 Addams, John David 2414191, 61 Agler, Ray 94 Aiello Ronald Louis 15 202 85 , 1 , , 89, 94 Albert, Betty June 1712181, tie, 74, 75, 99 Albertson, Ruth Ann 1512011 Albrecht, Mary Genevieve 2013161 Alexander, Beverly Ann 2414171, 30 Alexander, Bonny Davis 2314l61, 86 Alexander, Nolan 10, 191308A1 Alexander, Robert Warren 24, 61, 76, 107 Allee, Allen, Florence Renee 2013141, 30, 69 Barbara Jo 2114061, 86 Allen, Larry Lee l913071, 30 Allen, Rollin S4 Allen, Roy Raymond 2314141, 94 Allinder, Esther Leila 2214101, 86 Allison, Wilson 104 ALPHAS 67 Ammerman, JoAnn 1712l41, 30, 84 Anderson, Allen Roy 2214071, 26, 95 Anderson, Fines Reed 2013141, 30 Anderson, Gaylord 2414191, 30 Anderson, Mary Ann 1512021, 83 Anderson, Robert Dale 2414201, 85, 94 Anderson, Robert LeRoy 1712l91, 87, 94 Barker, Nadyne Yvonne 2314161 Barnes, Harry Myles 1712101 Barnes, Barnes, Jerry 95 Barnes, Leta Marian 2314151, 31, 75 Barnett, Bonnie Marilyn 161Aud.1 Barnha Barns, rt, 1ay 1913101 Percy Edward 2114011 Barrett, Warren Dillon Z214071, 31, 63, 84 Bartels, Wilma Lee 2314l3A1, 26, 31 Barton, IO Ann 2214071, 74 Bascon e, Anthony Gene 1712101 Bath, Lois Maxine 1712181 Batton, Bauer, Baxter, Charles Edward 1612071 Barbara Joyce 2414191, 85 Bob Joe 1511121 Jack Leonard l61Aud.1, 61, 82, 83 Anderson, Ruth Eloise l913071, 30, 75 Anderson, Shirley Jean 2114061, 86 Andrews, Troy Dean 2414191, 82 Annis, Anita Ioan 2013141, 30, 71, 75 Annis, Charlotte June 1511101 Antrim, Dale Edwin 1411041, 30, 64, 76, 105 Antrim, Marvin Eugene 2414201 Appleby, William Burton 1712101 Archer, Hollis Eugene 1612061, 30, 92 Arens, Marilyn Yvonne 2114031, 85 Arenson, Arnold Z114031, 26, 30 Arenson, Marlene 2214101 Arenson, Phyllis Elaine 1511101 Argo, Gary Lee 1512021 Arnold, Dan Thomas 2014001, 30, 102, 109 Arnold, Dolores Ann 2414221, 25 Arnold Arnold , Harley 94 , Jo Anne 2014001, 30, 70 Arnold, Loretta June 2214121, 30, G1 Arnold, Ross 104 ART C LUB 70 ART HONORS 70 Arterburn, Ellen Jeannine 1913l01, 30, 62 Arvin, Margie Louise 1712181, 30, 82, 83 Asbury, Delbert Lee 1813061 Ashby, Barbara Jane 1411031 Asher, Asher, Ashwo Aston, Joyce Marie 1411031 Nancy Jean 26, 31 rth, William Jack 1511121, 31 Don Manuel 1913071 Atchinson, Willa Ruth 1411031 Atkinson, Shirley Lou 2414221, 31, 61, 62, 63 Atteberry, Joan Vivian 1612031 Ault, Larry Dean 1712101 Ault, Marion 1512011 n, Patricia May l41l041, 31, 64, 69 Ausma Babbit, Babler, B Ellis B. 10 Jo Anne 1511101 Bachman, Barbara Bernice 1511101 Baer, Charles Ray 1813041, 26, 95 Bailey, Annabelle 10, 2214111 Baity, Shirley Jean 1712181 Baker, Richard Joel 2314141 1 Baker, Thomas Lee 2114011, 85 Balano, Josephine Cecelia 2414221, 31, 87 Baldus, Albert Ray 1612091 Baggwin, Connie Marion 1613081, 63, 69, 74, Baldwin, Lawrance Theadore 2414191, 95 Baldwin, Mary 2l14061, 86 Baley, Robert 94 Ball, Marilyn Jo Ann l813031, 72, 75, 86 Ballenger, Dixie Lee 2114011, 86 Bandy, Margaret Ann 1512011 Bandy, Robert Dean 1813041 Barelli, Betty Lou l813051, 31 Barker, Miriam Carol 1411031, 72 -"H -4 1 ,,,, ,-,w,, ., ,,,e,-e-Yf-eA- - ,M .. . ., N .,. 11 N. ,. ,.,-. ..., Baxter, Mary M. 10, l913l01, 60 Bean, Patricia Weirlene 2414191 Bearden, Bill 1712l91, 61, 85, 108, 109 Beaty, Charles Logan 24, 87 Beaver, Barbara Louise 2114041, 71, 85 Beck, Grace Ellen 1712141, 25, 31, 84 Becker, John Adam 1511121, 70 Beebe, Carol Ann 1411031, 87 Begulio, John 84 Bell, Betty Louise 2414171, 31, 71, 87 Bell, Gertrude 10, 2114041, 71 Bell, Lois Marie 1712181, 25, 85 Bell, Wanda Jeanne 1411031 Bennett, Patricia Ann Z114031, 31, 67, 86 Bennett, Patricia Jean 2114051, 69, 84, 87 Bennett, Vincent Charles 2414171, 31, 82 Benson, Betty Gay 2114051, 31, 85, 87 BENTONS 67 Berry, Delores Darlene 2114061, 86 Berry, Robert 104 , Best, Donald Wayne 1913071, 27, 84, 104, 108 Beverlin, Peggy Joann 1612091 Bickel, William Edward 1612071, 31, 102, 103, 109 Bicktord, Merlin Dean 1512021 Biggerstaft, Ruth Catherine 10, 1411031, 71 Binns, Stephen 95 Birch, Robert Olen 24 Black, Don Harrison 1913l01, 31, 70 Blackwell, Charles 1712101, 76, 87 Blair, Cornelia 1613081, 31, 63, 69, 74 Blair, Lloyd P. 110 Blanchard, Robert Alonzo l913071, 93, 95 Blankenship, Joe Lee 1511121, 103, 108, 109 Bledsoe, Ronald Harry 2314l31, 25 Blevins, Patsy Jo 2214101 Blum, Robert David 1913091 Bohlen, Virginia Ann 22141l1, 62 Boice, Raymond Vernon 1712101, 76 Bollinger, Delos Elbert 1612031, 76, 82, 87, 104 Bono, Charles Nicholas 1913111, 67, 72 Bonura, Jesse Claude 2314l41, 72, 87 Booth, Patricia Ellis 2013161, 71, 86 Bopp, Esther Pauline 2214121, 87 Bopp, Maxine Ruth 2013161 Borchardt William Eugene 2014001, 31, 76, 102, 103, 109 Borden, Larry Franklyn 1712101, 82 Bosserman, Nita Mae 1612031 Boulton, Clara 10, 1813041, 60 Bouyear, Helen Lorene 19131.11 Bouyear, Sybil Lodon 1511101, 87 Bowman, Warren Lloyd Z114031, 83, 84, 86 Box, J. D. 1612091, 83 Box, Robert Carl 1913091, 108 Boydston, Leonard Gale 95 Bradham, Darrell Max 1913111, 82 Bradley, Lewis Taylor 1612091 Bradshaw, Donna Lee 32 Bradshaw, Nancy Pain 1712181, 32 Braile, Mary Frances 1813061, 25, 32, 65,'72, 75 Brammer, Louis Paul 2114011 Brammer, Nora Mae 1813011 Branch, Harriet Elizabeth 2114051, 69, 72, 84, 87 , 1 1 Brassfield, John Richard 2314161, 94 Brenner, Frances Delois 2214111 Breshears, Elva Sue 1712181, 25 Briggs, Briley, Jimmie Lee 1712101 Lucile Marie 2114061 Brim, George Elmo 32 Brinkley, Charles Leon 1813041 Britz, Ralph Von 1813041, 95 Brokaw, Rodney Raymond 1612031, 85 Brotemarkle, Betty Ann 1612091, 32, 86 Brown, Bertha Hazel 2414221 Brown, Carol Janice 1612091 Brown, Donald Lynn 1612091, 82, 93, 95 Brown, Eva Shirley 2114051, 32, 86, 87 uide Brown, Frederick Walter 2414171, 32, 102, 103, 106, 108, 109 Brown, Shirley Lillian 2214111 Brown, Suzanna 1913111, 27, 61, 67, 72, 84 Brown, Twilla Colleen 1813031 Browning, Beverly Sue 1913091 87 Browning, Donna Lue 2013171 Brggvning, Patricia Ann 2314l31, 61, 68, 74, Bruce, Gilda Ruth 2l14061, 72, 75, 86 Bruno, Virginia 22141l1, 32 Bryan, J. G. 117 Bryant, Betty Jo 2013171 Bryant, Billie Jane 1612091 Bryant, Norma Lou 2414221 Bryeans, Anna Lou 2314151, 32 Buckingham, Edna Mae 2013141, 25, 32 Buckman, Mary Lou 2013171 Buford, Madeline May Z114031, 85 Bullard, Dan Charles 1712101 Bullard, Don Eugene 2114011 Bumgarner, Jeanette June 2214101 Bunning, Jane Anne 1411031, 70 Burch, loel Phillip 231413A1, 26, 32, 82 Burge, Phyllis Jean 1813061 Burgess, Leroy 94 Burgett, Mona Faye 1512021 Burgio, Jean Ann 2013171, 86 Burgio, Vincent Anthony 1512021, 25, 76 Burkhead, Carl Edward 2414201, 70 Buggchead, Clifton Raymond 1813061, 25, 32, Burnaugh, Howard 2013141, 25, 32, 68, 70, 72 Burns, Norma Gay 2013171, 86 Burns, Richard Charles 1612061 Burns, Robert 95 Burton, Andrew 94 Burton, Lois 2013171 Burton, Louanna 10, 2013171 Burton, Wallace 95 Buschhorn, Jack Harold 2414201, 61, 104 Buse, David Arthur 1512011 Butcher, Anthony Louis 2414191 Butcher, William Edgar 2314l61, 32, 72, 84, 88, 89 Butler, Eddie Jane 1411031, 86 Butler, John William 2414191 Butrum, Robert George 1913111, 104, 107. 108 Butterfield, Harriett Marlene 1712181, 32 Butters, Shirley Ann 1512011, 82, 83 Button, Wayne Marion 2013141, 32, 84 C Cain, Carl Edwin 1712101 Cain, Martha Lee 10, 2l14061, 85, 86, 87 Cain, Paul Sanford 2414171, 32 Caldwell, Barbara Maureen 2414221, 32, 65 Caldwell, Jean Marie 2214081, 25, 33, 72, 85 Calia, John 104 Call, Lillian Lucille 1913091. 70 Callahan, Frances Lucile 2314l3A1, 26, 33 Callaway, John 1612061 Callihan, Mildred Rosalie 1813061 Callow, Audrey Louise 1913111 Calvert, George 10, 1712161 Campbell, Donna Jeanne 2314151, 33, 61, 84 Campbell, Dorothy Mae 2414221, 26 Canada, Carolyn Sue 2l14061, 86 Candillo, Cesario 2114031 Cangelose, Louella l41l041, 33, 64, 69, 84 Cannon, William Howard 2214071, 94 Cannova, Joseph 1712101, 82 Cantrell, Peggy Elmira 1411031, 87 Capps, Genevieve 1612091 Cardis, Mabel Faye 2214121, 65, 72, 75 CAREERS 26 Carey, Luther Rowell 1612071 Carlton, Georgie Marie 1712161, 33, 85 Carpenter, Lloyd Dean 1511121 Carpenter, Marilyn Jean 1511101, 71, 75, 86 Carr, Richard James 2114051, 87, 93, 94 Carrier, Betty June 22141l1, 67, 71, 84 Carrier, Kenneth Dale 2414201, 94 Carson, Mary Ann Z114031, 67, 72, 75, 85 Carter, Milton Ray 231413A1, 33 Carter, Wanda Maxine l913091, 33, 61, 74 Caruso, Angela 2214121 Carwile, Imogene Marie 2014001, 71 Cary, Edgar Cyrus 2l14031, 33, 112 Case, Shirley Jean 2414221, 25 Caskey, Joseph 1813011 Cassell, Nanabel 10, 2214081, 72, 88 Castleman, Mary Margaret 1511101 Cates, Sandra Ellen 2414221 Catt, Harold Lee 2414191 Cave, Gladys Lorraine 2314151, 26, 33 119 ..sp- 1 . 1 f , 1 X, 'nf 1 1: I V 1 , 1 , 1 .. 1 4 A 1 7 1 'Gi 1 : vi, Hi' by ,I - i f " I 1 I 1 , Ax. ,.: 111' 5' 'I Q 1, 1 fi 1 ,,' .A 1 1 1 urn-5i5f?tf,e--533.5 gvfifjafzii-1-I:nfrz-5.5.1 Q. ..:1.:Qzf15f,,'r::"' 913:25-3'E-ir'-.ng , f ' : ' ,M F' , .W .. Cayton, John 24 Cease, Frank 95 Cessor, Lenora Ann 1511071 Chambers, Arthur Manford 1612071, 33, 61, 106. 108, 109 Champion, Mildred Lucille 1813031 Chapin, Donald Dee 1913111, 27, 68, 76, 108 Chapman, Iohn William 1411061, 33, 102, 103, 108, 109 Chappelow, James Louis 1712161, 25, 95 Chatburn, Charmaine 2414191 Chatman, Betty Sue 1813051, 33, 61, 67, 75, 84 Chatten, Beverly Ann 2314131, 75 CHEERLEADERS 105 Chesney, Constance 2114041 Childs, Don E. 1411061, 28, 33, 102, 103, 106, 109 Cholak, Veronica Ann 2214121, 68, 72, 75, 85 Chrisman, Kenneth Murray 2414191, 104 Chrisman, Patricia Lee 1511101, 87 Christian, Judyth G. 1813051, 33, 69, 71 Christina, Barbara Jean 2414191 Clark, Clara Elizabeth 1511101 Clark, Dorothy Marie 2114061, 86 Clark, Marie Inez 2314131, 85 Clark, Otis John 1511071 Clark, Patricia Jane 2114011 Clark, Phyllis Ann 1411031, 69, 72 Clausen, Violet M. 10, 2l14051, 84, 85, 86, 87 - Clemens, Tom 104 Cleveland, Wanda Fern 1612091 CLIOS 68 Clough, Madalin 10 Clow, William Lee 1813011, 94 CLUBS 70-77 Coe, Audre Ann 2l14051, 84, 87 Coen, Eilene Esther 1511101, 26 Coffman, Mary Elizabeth 1813061, 33 Colborn, Jerry Philip 2114031 Coleman, Lois Mae 2214101 Ccggman, Thomas Lester l411041, 33, 64, 92, Coles, Georgia Lee 1512011 Collara, Eleanora Ann 33 Colletti, Angeline 2114061, 86 Colley, Joyce 2114061, 86 Collins, Kenneth Wayne 2314161, 76, 83, 94 Colyer, Robert Alden 1813031, 72, 84, 108 Como, Kathy Rose 2114061, 86 Conrick, Leonard Joseph 2414171, 33 Converse, Ronald Rex 1913111 Cook, Gloria Lee 2013131, 72, 86 Cook, Orville 1813051 Cooney, Billie Frances 2114061 Cooper, Edward Lee 1712141, 34, 108, 109 Cooper, Janice Ann 2013171 CO-OPERATIVE OCCUPATIONAL EDUCA- TION 26 Cordell, Donna 2013171, 74 Cornelius, Lucy Ann 1813031 Correll, Ronald Eugene 1813061, 26 Corsentino, Frank Thomas 1512021 Cofgentino, Henry John 1612061, 34, 61, 68, Costanza, Andy 2314161, 95 Costanza, Flora Mae 2114031 Couch, Forrest Markwell 1813041, 82, 95, 96 Coupland, Elmer Delmas 2114031, 25, 34, 76 COURIER STAFF 64-65 Courtney, David Owen 1612061, 95 Courtney, Elizabeth Anne 2114011 Courtney, Gerald Wayne 1712191 Cowan, James Lee 1712101 Cowan, Robert Wayne 1712161, 34, 92 Cox, Barbara Ruth 2114061, 72, 86 Cox, Dorothy Joanna 2414221 Cox, Perry Dale 191308A1, 95 Craig, Elton Randolph 1813041, 95 Cramer, Deoline Elizabeth 2414201 Craven, June Christine 2013171 Crayne, William B. 2214071, 34, 92 Crispi, Antoinette 2014001, 34 Crist, Cora Marie 2114031 Crookshank, Merrill 95 Cross, Gene Phelps 2314l41, 82 Crossland, Clifford Lawrence 1712101, 87 Crossley, Valarie Jae 1913071,34 Croswhite, James Paul 2013141, 34, 94 Croswhite, Larry Neal 1612031, 94 Crowder, Lawrence Charles 1712191 Crumpton, Katherine Marie 2014001, 34 Culbertson, Richard Allen 2314131 Cummings, Chester Eugene 2314141 Cummins, Elaine Estelle 2013141, 29, 34, 68, 72, 88, 105 Cunningham, Don 1712101 Cunningham, Jean 1612091, 85 Cunningham, Jo Ann 1813061, 85 Cureton, Barbara Ann 1712161, 34 Cureton, John Richard 1712161 Curnutt, Gerald Ray 2014001, 34 Curran, Carol Cristine 24, 87 120 CUSTODIANS 110 Czar, Barbara Jean 2114031, 75 D Dake, Carl Herbert 2014001, 34 Dake, Deretha Fern 1712141, 34, 84 Dake, Virgil Ray 1913091, 95 Dalton, Dorothy 2013161 Dalton, Elvin Milton 1411061, 34 Dalton, Jack Harrison 1411061 Daniel, Helen Cora 2414191, 72 Daniels, Edwin Monroe 1712191 Danielsen, Mary Ann 1913111, 70, 75 Danielsen, Shirley Jean 2114061, 86 Elliott, Dean Hubert 2014001, 36, 102, 103, 109 Elms, William Earl 95 Embree, Patty Jo 1913091 Engelman, Norma Jean 1411031 Engle, Burton Dean 2414191, 68, 76, 82, 95 Engle, Merle R. 10, 1411061 Engro, Elizabeth 2114061, 86 Enyeart, Laurence 2114011, 108 Enyeart, Orlo Clayton 2014001, 28, 36, 108, 109 Epps, Edith Elizabeth 1511101, 86 Erickson, Ruby Jean 2214ll1, 36, 61, 75 Ericson, Larry Wells 161Aud.1 Erwin, Don 94 Erwin, William 110 Eslinger, James Eugene 1712161 Gaston, Donal Gates, Donald 72, 76, 88 Gauert, Richa: Gauld, Franci: Gaylord, Glad Geabhart, Io Geary, James Gee, Jerry 95 Geer, Harry I Geistdorfer, B Gendreau, Ed: George, Gene Gerard, Jo An Gerber, Geralt Getchell, Bob Gherring, Phlc Danzo, Marie Antoinette 2214081, 25, 34 Davidson, Virginia Shirlene 1813061, 34 Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis Alta Marie 2114031, 61, 75, 85 Betty Arlene 2214081 Gail Deane 1813011, 72 G. W. 9 Espinosa, Albert 1411061, 108 Evans , Evans, Evans, Evans Arthur LaHue 36, 70 Billie Lee 2214071 Jimmie Lee 1813011, 70, 87 Lettie L. 10 Davis, Kay Marilynn 2114061, 61, 69, 71, 86 Davis, Sara Joanne 1813011, 69, 70, 74, 86 Davis, Shirley Lou 1612091, 67, 75, 82 Day, Frank Eugene 1712161, 34, 108 De Angelo, Jacqueline 2013141, 35, 61, 65, 69, 84 Dearmont, Patricia Sue 1511101, 86 Deatherage, William Omar 1612031 DEBATERS 68 Decker, Veva Louise 1511101 De Hart, Vernon Charles 1512021, 104 Dehn, Willa Frances 24, 35 Dell, Fred 1712101, 82, 87 Deller, Henry Ansel l512011, 26 Delles, Shirley Jane 1813061, 75 DELTAS 69 Demaree, Roger Eric 1712191, 94 De Mayo, Albert Richard 1712101 De Mayo, Victor 104 Deniston, D. L. 10, 104 Denton, Jack Charles 1612071, 102, 103, 109 Derstler, Ida Ann 1511101, 86 DeSalvo, Carmeline Jean 2214121, 35 De Simone, Antoinette 1411031 De Vore, Norma Glenn 1913101, 25, 35, 74, 99 DeWalt, Robert Henry 1813051, 35, 67 Dewey, Alan Keith 1411061, 82 DiCapo, Charles 1712101 DiCapo, Josephine Frances 2314151, 35, 84 Dilks, Roland Elmer 2013131, 70 Dillinger, Winnie Laura l91308A1 Dishman, Jimmy Lee 2414201 Distetano, Anthony Vinson 2414171, 35, 61 Ditmars, Thomas 10, 141l041, 64, 65 Dixon, Donald 2114011, 104, 107 Dods, John Chester 2013141, 28, 29, 35, 61, 68, 72, 76, 82, 83, 103, 104, 109 Dodson, Hazel Joyce 1411031 Dodson, Shirley Jean 2013131 Doll, Roberta Faye 2014001, 35 Dolt, Shirley Rae 191308A1 Donnici, Anita Louise 2013171, 61, 69 Dorrell, Patsy Ruth 2414201 Downing, Shirley Irene 2114061, 26, 86 Doyal, Robert Lewis 2314131 Doyle, Marvin James 1712101, 104 Doyle, Walter 110 DRIVER TRAINING 25 Duddinq, Norma Jean 2314141 Duggan, Donna Joyce 2414171, 26, 35, 84 Diiggan, Richard Eugene 2314131, 61, 85. 0 Duke, Norman Dean 1511071 Dunaway, Dean Roy 2414171, 25, 35 Evans: sandra Mae 2214101 Everley, Jerry 1612031 Facemire, Doris Lee 1813011 FACULTY 8-12 Fagan, Joan Gertrude 1913111, 69, 74, 84, 99 Fahey, Bea Ann 1511101 Fann, Raymond Earl 1913101, 36, 67 Fann, Virginia Olive 1612091 Fanolio, Richard Wayne 1813011, 70, 76, 87, 95 Farley, Philip Alan 1913101, 29, 36, 67, 72, 76, 82 Farmer, John 1712101 Farmer, Stanley Allen 2014001, 36 Farrar, Don 94 Farrington, Dee Ann l512011, 61, 86 Farrington, Jo Ann 2214101, 86 Fats, Judith Margaret 1511101 Faustlin, Muriel Elaine 2014001, 26 Fellers, Jerry Claude 1612071 Ferguson, John Alfred 1612061, 93, 94 Ferrara, Mike 161Aud.1 Ferrara, Robert Lee 2114011, 82 Fiedler, Patricia Ann 1712181 Fields, Shirley Ann 2114061, 86 Finkland, Joyce Louise 2414191 Finn, Joanne 1712141, 36 Finney, Jerry Delbert 1512011, 94 Finter, Charles William 1712141, 36, 95 Finter, Edward Lee 1612071 Fisher, Judith Ann 1411031 Fitzgerald, Gerald Dean 1813041 Fitzgerel, Richard Hugh 1612091, 85 Fitzpatrick, Frank Eugene 1712101, 76 Flagg, Margaret 10, 84, 86 Flanagan, Margaret Iola 1813011, 26, 70 Flippin, Mary Jean 1612031 Flippin, Velma Irene 2414221 Fluty, Darwin Gerald 2114011, 94 Fogel, Verena Rae 1813031 Forbes, Evelyn Louise 1511101 Forlow, Dorothy Sue 2114061, 67, 74, 86 Fortner, Donald Dee 1813011, 87 Fortner, Phillip Lyman 2414191 Fortner, Robert Lee 1612071, 36 Foster, Adalene Anne 1613081, 29, 36, 63, 72, 84 Foster, Bill Ray 1512021, 36 Foster, George Franklin 1712161, 25 Foster, Harley Marvin 1913091, 95 Frampton, Marion Oliver 1712101 Frank, Robert Lee 18 303 Gibson, Paulii Giese, Beverlj Gillette, Lester Gilmore, Isabe Gippner, Barb, Giunta, Carrne Glasgow, Van Glass, Betty L1 Glidewell, Elli Goehner, Car: 61, 68, 72, 8 Gooden, Wayr Goodpasture, 1 Goodwin, Dori Goodwin, Ken: Gore, Norma J Gorham, Shirle Gorman, Willis Gover, Shirley Gower, Herbei Gowing, Lillie Gowing, Nancj Graham, Conra Grant, Harold I Grassley, Editlf Graves, Thema Graybill, Audr Green, Donald Green Dorothy 86 Green Inez 14 Green, Madonr Green, Margart Green, Ronald Green, Shirley Greer, James It Greer, William Grego y Elizal Duncan, Duncan, Duncan, Duncan, Dunlap, Dunlap, Buford Ray, Jr. 1512021, 108 Sgt. E. H. 10, 92 John Laurence 1813061, 35, 102, 103 Victor Daniel 1913111, 94 Donna Louise 1612031, 61, 71, 75 Fred Harvey 2414171, 35 Dunn, Patricia Ann 2314131, 70 Dunning, Robert Ernest 2214071 1 1 Frans, Betty Ann 2414221 Frazell, James Franklin 1511121 1' , Gregory, Williz Griffin, Edward Griffitts, Sharoi Grindinger, Jan Grisafe, Clara 1 Groff, Issa Bell Groshong, Frar Groshong, Mart Guarino, Paul 1 Gutler, Augusta Guth, Charles I Haas, Katherine Hackel, Nancy I Haggard, Marge Hahn, Shirley II Hake, Patricia E Hale, Glen Elbe Hale, James Bill Hales, Vernon 9 Haley, Kathleen Durham, Gerald Wayne 2014001, 35 Durham, Robert Elton 1913071, 25 Durrell, Jerry Palmer 1813061, 82 Dykes, Kentucky Ruth 2414201 E Eager, Dorothy Joan 1913071, 35, 72, 84 Earles, Ralph Clayton 1612061, 35, 108, 109 Easley, John Taylor 1612061, 35 Eastburn, Jo Ann l91308A1 Eberts, Marilee 2114031 Edwards, Betty Carleen 2013171, 86 Edvgards, Margaret Lu-Ella 2214l11, 35, 71, 8 Ehrhardt, Ronald Louis 231413A1, 26, 36 Eichenberger, Ruth Marie 2114061, 86 Ekman, Earl 1511071 Frechin, Francis 94 Freeman, Barbara Ann 1813041 Frew, David Wright 2014001, 36, 82, 108 Fricke, Marilyn Elizabeth 2314161 Friend, Betty Charlene 1411031, 69, 71 Fry, Patricia Ann 1712181, 26, 67, 75, 85 Fuller, James Eugene 2314161, 107 Fulton, Marvin Carl l411041, 36, 64, 84, 102, 103, 109 Fults, Jon Hardy 1712101, 82, 83 Fultz, Emma Josephine 1511101 G Gabel, Madeline 2314131, 85 Gale, James Varnum 1813061, 36, 109 Gallagher, David 94, 96 Hall, Barbara A Hall, Bette Louis Hall Carol Lee Hall: Keith Lyle Hall Kenneth A Hall: Mary Virgi Hall, Victor Pau Hall, Wilma Ger Hamblin, Georgi Hamblin, Roy AI Hamilton, Devie Hamilton, Donalt Hamilton, Georg Hamilton, John 1 Hamilton, Reba Hanaway, Roger Hancock, Williax Garcia, Leo Anthony 1512021 Gardner, Mary Lou 1712141, 36 Gardner, Nellie Jean 2114031 Gariety, Jack 2114031 Garnett, Bill 1813061 Garretson, Robert Dean 1712161 Garrison, Johnnie Dewayne 1512011, 83 Hanes, Bill Ralte Hanes, Bob Fred Hanley, Shirley 1 Hannsz, Phyllis 1 Hannsz, Wayne Hanrahan, Roy 1 Harden, Ethel M J i 1 , ,, 4 ,, 1 ,, g 1 11031 001, 36, 102, 103, 91, 68, 76, 62. 95 51 36 , 108 4001, 28. 36, 108, .101, 86 111, 36, 61, 75 .ud.1 712161 L08 70 1, 70, 87 1 111 111, 69, 74, 64, 99 01, 36, 67 191 313011, 70, 76, 87, 11, 29, 36, 67, 72, 4001, 36 11, 61, 86 1, 86 101 14001, 26 J71 2061, 93, 94 1, 82 81 51, 86 14191 011, 94 12141, 36, 95 1 813041 512091, 85 1712101, 76 313011, 26, 70 1 1 .21 011, 94 1101 161, 67, 74, 86 11, 87 4191 1, 36 3081, 29, 36, 63, 6 712161, 25 3091, 95 l712l01 11121 13041 J1, 36, 92, 108 2314161 11031, 69, 71 26, 67, 75, 85 1161, 107 1, 36, 64, 64, 102, z, 83 fl101 15 161, 36, 109 121 1, 36 131 '12l61 ie 1512011, 83 .RP , v Gaston. Donald Roy 1411061, 95 Gates, Donald Morrison l913l01, 29, 36, 61, 72, 76, 88 Gauert, Richard James 2013131, 25 Gauld, Francis Eugene 37, 85 Gaylord, Gladys 10, 2314l41, 69 Geabhart, Jo Anne 2414171, 37, 65, 68, 84 Geary, James A. 110 Gee, Jerry 95 Geer, Harry Hilary 1813051 Geistdorter, Barbara 1813061 Gendreau, Edith Faye 2013171 George, Gene 104 Gerard, Jo Ann 1913071, 37, 69, 75 Gerber, Gerald Marcus 2013141, 37, 82, 84 Getchell, Bob 94 Gherring, Phleta 10, 2013161, 75 Gibson, Pauline Elizabeth 1712181, 37 Giese, Beverly Hazel 191308A1 Gillette, Lester Albert 1913071, 25, 70 Gilmore, Isabel E. 10, 1712191, 67 Gippner, Barbara Ann 2214101, 82, 83 Giunta, Carmeline Nadine 2214111 Glasgow, Vance Jerome 2114031, 25 Glass, Betty Lou 2114041, 37 Glidewell, Ellis Paul 1813011 Goehner, Carol Romayne 2114041, 29, 37, 61, 68, 72, 84, 88 Gooden, Wayne Eugene l813031, 104 Goodpasture, Jean 2414201 Goodwin, Doris Jean 2114061, 86 Goodwin, Kenneth 95 Gore, Norma Jean 1712191 Gorham, Shirley Ann 2414191, 37 Gorman, William Francis 1512021, 83 Gover, Shirley Ann 1712191, 87 Gower, Herbert Marvin 1913091 Gowing, Lillie Cordelia 2114061, 86 Gowing, Nancy Elizabeth 2l14041, 37, 70 Graham, Conrad 1712071, 25 Grant, Harold Eugene 2114031, 37 Grassley, Edith J. 10, 1813061 Graves, Thomas Chester 2414201, 82, 83 Hardie, Barbara Jeanne 1511101, 85 Harding, Elizabeth 1913071, 38, 75 Harger, Barbara Jean 2214l21, 67, 72 Harless, Melvin Lee 1612061, 38, 102, 103, 108, 109 Harman, R. V. ll, 2114031 Harmon, Edward Clark, Jr. 2214071, 25, 38 Harned, Miles 110 Harper, Barbara Jean 2114051, 87 Harper, Patricia Joanne 2214111, 68 Harper, Ruthanne 2114011, 75 Harrell, Rosalie May 2414221, 38 Harrington, Richard 1511121 Harris, Barbara Lee 1813011, 38, 6 Harris, Donald 95 Harris, Jesse Lee 1813041 Harris, Melva Jean 1813061, 38 Harris, Ronald Eugene 1612031 7, 71 Hobson, Hockett, Mary Janet 2114061, 72, 75, 86 Carmen Mae 2114061, 86 Hodges, Dorothy Fay 2314151, 26, 39 Hodges, John William 1612091, 104, 108 Hodges, Milton Dale 1511121, 39, 63, 103, 109 Hoedl, Richard Bernerd 1511121, 94 Holden, 108 Thomas Morrow 1913111, 85. 207, Holding, Herald Richard 2314l3A1, 26, 39 Holding, Otto John l61Aud.1 Holiman, Arlee Thurston 1411061 Holland, Shirley Ann 2414191 Hollis, J oseph W. 11, 1612061, 89 Hams, Lucile 11, 2214121 Hollopeter, Mrs. V. W. 13 Hollowa Holman, Holt, Pe y, June 1511101 William Robert 1612071, 82, 95, 96 arla Mae 1511101 Graybill, Audrey Joy 1813031 Green, Donald Joseph 1813041 Grgeen, Dorothy Jean 2114061, 37, 65, 69, 74, 6 Green, Inez 1411031 Green, Madonna Marie 1712181, 69, 72 Green, Margaret C. 10, 2414201 Green, Ronald Eugene 1612071, 37, 84 Green, Shirley Marie 2114061, 26, 86 Greer, James Joe 1913071, 82, 108 Harrison, Donna Lou 2414221 Harter, Paul E. 1712101, 38 Hartley, Alma Louise 2414221, 75 Hartman, Joan LeRoy 1813061 Harville, Marcia Eileen 2114011, 75, 86 Haskins, Lois Marie 2013171, 86 Hatcher, Elden Edwin 1411061 Hatchitt, Janet 1913071, 38 Hatfield, Donald Gene 1612071, 27, 84, 103, 108, 109 Hattem, Roger 2214081, 67, 72 Hawkins, Mary Raye 1813061, 38, 70, 86 Hawkins, Shirley Ann 1813011, 70 Hawthorne, Kenneth 11, 1712101, 104, 107 Haydel, Rita Lee 2013141, 25, 38 Hayden, O. Randall l813051, 38, 68, 76, 82 Hayes, Clinton Clifford 1612061, 29, 38, 82, 84, 105 Hayes, Patricia Collene 2114051, 28, 38, 69, 71, 75, 84, 87 Haynes, James Jefferson 1813011, 38 Hazell, Thelma 2114061, 86 Hazlett, Alice Ladine 2414221 Hazlett, Opal Louise 1512011 Healy, John Gilbert l813051, 38, 65, 67, 72 Hedeen. Carol Rozzelle 2314161, 61, 86 Hedrick, Charles Lynnwood 1612071, 93, 95 Hedrick, Joann 1511101 Heitern, Thomas Larry 1612071, 38 Heidbrier, David Phillip 1813051, 39 Heine, Fred 11, 2014001, 103 Heinrich, Martha M. ll Heitman, Jo Anne Noreen 2214111, 69, 74, 84 Heltfrich, Joanne Beverly 2414171, 25, 39 Homan, Barbara Jane 2414201, 26 Homan, Patricia Delores 2214071, 74 HOME ROOMS 14-24 Hood, Bob 94 Hooten, Gerald Lee 1913071 Hopkins, Bobby Gene 1612071 Hopkins, Clifford Elby 1712101 Hopkins, Floyd Junior 2013l41, 39 Hopper, Edna Elizabeth 2214101, 39, 86 Horn, George Kenneth 1913091 Horn, Lola Ellen 2013161 Horn, Marvin Dale 2314161, 25, 40 Horner, Ellen Carol 1612031 Horner, Wanda Jean 2414191, 68, 75, 85 Hfgchkiss, Mary Josephine 2013161, 40, 61, 5 House, Wayne Franklin 2114031, 85 Housman, Henry Charles 1712101 How, Janet Ruth 2013l41, 25, 40, 65, 67, 72, 75 Howard, Charlene May 2214121, 65, 69, 72, 75 Howell, James 1913111, 104 HowerY, Julia Jane 2114061, 68, 70, 86 Howery, Robert Ray 1813011, 40, 68, 70, 82, 83, 86 Howes, Patricia Carrol 1511101 Hubbard, Patricia Ann 2214l21, 40 Huddleston, Mary Eileen l712l81, 40 Hutt, Don Weir 1612071, 25, 89 Hutt, John 94 Huff, Shirley Ann 1712l41, 40, 69, 92, 94 Hughes, Donald Lawrence 2414171, 40, 85, 94 Huhn, Charles H. ll, 106 Hulett, Barton Kelsey 2314131, 82 Greer, William Ernest 2013131 Gregory, Elizabeth 11, 1913071, 63, 75 Gregory, William 95 Griffin, Edward Carl 2013131, 87, 95 Griititts, Sharon Jean 191308A1, 87 Grindinger, James Edward 2314161 Grisate, Clara Mae 2214111 Groif, Issa Bell 1613081, 63, 85 Groshong, Frances Marie 1511101 Groshong, Martha Fern 2114031, 37, 75 Guarino, Paul Joseph 1512011 Gutler, Augusta 11, 2414221 Guth, Charles Louis 37, 94 H Haas, Katherine Frances l813031, 25, 69 Hackel, Nancy Lee 1411031 Haggard, Margaret Ann 1511101 Hahn, Shirley D. l91308A1, 71 Hake, Patricia Elaine 1511101, 61, 75, 83 Hale, Glen Elbert l813031, 37, 83, 86 Hale, James Bill 1712101 Hales, Vernon 94 Haley, Kathleen Ann 2214l21, 86 Henderson, Charles William 1813011 Henderson, Harriette S. ll, 2314151, 68 Henderson, James Lloyd 2414171, 26, 39 Henderson, John Earl, Jr. 24, 39, 61, 68, 76, 82 Hendricks, Burton Hairm 1612071, 25, 104 Hulse, Anna Louise 2013131 Humbird, Shirley Lee 2114061, 86 Hunsaker, Chester Lewis l61Aud.1, 94 Hunsaker, Oscar 95 Hunter, Janet Jayne 2114011, 86 Hurr, Shirley Ann 2414221, 86 Hall, Barbara Ann l91308A1, 86 Hall, Bette Louise 2114051, 75, 85, 86, 87 Hall, Carol Lee 2314141 Hall, Keith Lyle 1-411041, 26, 37, 64 Hall, Kenneth Allen 1913091 Hall, Mary Virginia 1813031, 72 Hall, Victor Paul 2314161 Hall, Wilma Geraldine 2214l21, 37 Hamblin, Georgie Eugene 1712191, 85 Hamblin, Roy Alver 1511121, 85 Hamilton, Devier Evans 1511121 Hamilton, Donald Eugene 1813061, 37 Hamilton, George Franklin 38 Hamilton, John Marcus 1612031, 104, 108 Hamilton, Reba Ruth 1913111 Hanaway, Roger DeLano 1712101 Hancock, William Morrie 2414191, 68, 70 Hanes, Bill Ralfe 1612091 Hanes, Bob Fred 1411061 Hanley, Shirley Lee 2013161, 86 Hannsz, Phyllis Joan 1712181, 38, 69, 71 Hannsz, Wayne Alvin 1712101 Hanrahan, Roy Gene 1712191 Harden, Ethel Mae 2214111, 67, 72, 84 Hendrickson, Lois Lee l41l041, 39, 64, 69, 71, 75, 84 Hendrickson, Phyllis Ann 1913071, 39, 69, 74, 75, 84 Hendrix, John Dillard 1512021, 61 Henley, Merlyn June 1612091, 26, 39 Henry, Betty Jean 2214101 Henry, Cora Ann 1913071 Henshaw, Lawrence Roy 2414171, 26, 39, 68 Hensley, Barbara Joyce 2114051, 75, 85, 87 Hensley, Lucille ll, 1511101 Henson, Don 94 Heretord, Don Keith 1913091 Herman, Anne Francis 1712l41, 39 Hernandez, Mary Ann 2114011 Herrick, Don Lawrence 1511071, 85 Herrick, Lyle 82 Herriman, Jo Ann 1913071 Hersey, Beverly June 1612091, 86 Heslip, Ray Wayne l813031, 72 Hibdon, Norman 94 Hickam, Dana Shelby 1913l01, 39, 68, 72, 76 Hickok, Richard 2314161, 76 Hiebert, Bob 94 Higgins, Ann Collard 2214101, 68 Higgins, Asa Wilgus 1612071 Hilker, Barbara Jean 1913071, 25, 39, 63, 69, 70, 71 Hill, Donald 1913091 Hill, Jesse Carroll 1411061 Hill, Ray 76 Hilligoss, Edward Raymond 2314161, 61, 108 Hilligoss, Esther Roberta 2114011 Hilton, Dana Jane 2214081, 55, 61 Hinote, Barbara Ann 1612031, 83 Hinote, Beverly Lou 1913071, 25, 39, 83 Hipkins, Ruby Joanne 1813051 Hirst, James Haywood 1712141, 39 Hisey, Richard F. 1712101, 61 Hitchcock, Carol Ann 2214111, 68, 71 Hitchcock, Donna Kay l61Aud.1, 61 H1-Y 76-77 Hobbs, Mary Martha 1813061, 65, 67, 75, 85 Hobbs, Mrs. M. C. 117 Hurr, Wilma 2314l51, 40, 85 Hurst, Robert Eugene 1712191, 94, 96 Hurst, Sandra Lee 2414191, 85 Husbenet, Larry Richard 1813011 Hutchings, Ernest Frank 2014001, 40, 103, 108, 109 Hutchings, Wilfred 104 Hutchins, Lucile A. 1411041, 40, 64, 87 Hutson, Richard Gorden 1712191 Hutson, Robert Liggett 1612091 I Ibarra, Arthur V. 2314161, 40 Ibarra, Elvira 2314131 Ide, Donald Leon 2013l41, 40, 92 Ide, Joseph Dean 2214081, 25, 94 lgert, Charles Carlton 1612071 Irwin, Phyllis 24, 86 Jackson, Barbara Jean 2314l31, 87 Jackson, Courtney M. ll, 2114011 Jackson, Jackson, Jacob, S Jacobs, Creta Lee 2314151, 40, 74 E. W. ll, 2214071 hirley Joan 1411031 Jimmie 94 Jacobson, James Dow 1512021, 95 Jacobson, Mary Ruth 11, 2214101 James, Claude Samuel 1913071, 40 James, Patricia Jolene 2414171, 25, 40 James, Rosa Lee Juanita l712l41, 40, 68, 84 Jaques, Richard Douglas l913101, 41 Jenkins, Marie Rosetta 1511101 Jennings, Joseph Henry ll, 110 Jergins, Robert Wayne l61Aud.1 Johannaber, Edna Mary ll John, Jerry Lee 1411061, 61, 95 Johnsen, Louis Harwood l813051, 41, 61, 68, 70, 76 Johnson, Bettie Jean 2414191 121 . - -..- - .Q-f.-.-.--J,--.----.1-v-. -r ..',::::r::r:"-.WTF I.,.,.,,,.,LsT..Yv :-wnQ1,,,t I -':r:'i',-rrtvmfr-r' 4. is . L+.-. . ., , 1 , - ...- 41- -7- ,,:v,:h, F., .-R., - -L' Q.. 54,-saver -' .iff-,4 ' " .- .1 : f t ,I gl ' I 'Hi . . 1 l . l Q I 7 f 1 Q . 1 - 1 '- 14 11,' 1: 1: j 5 3 L. . : 11, ' - iS - 1 'll f I 6' '5 . l If L 'l' '. 1 '12 l 1 1 1 . 2 1.4 Johnson, Bobette 2314131, 65, 67, 75, 85 Johnson, Clifton E. 11, 1512011, 25 Johnson 108, 109 Johnson, Donald Eugene 2013141, 41 Johnson, Doris Dean 2214111 Johnson, Dorothy Ellen 24, 41, 75, 85 Johnson, Ethelda Jeanice 1913071, 41, 61, 70 Johnson, Gloria Anne 2314131, 41, 85 Johnson, Helen 9, 60, 117 Johnson, Marlene Phyllis 2214111 Johnson 86 Johnson, Martha Annabelle 1712141, 67 Johnson, VVal1ace M., Jr. 41 Jones, Donald 95 Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones , Jacqueline Lee 2414221 , Mary Frances 2013171 , Nancy Lee 1712161, 26, 41 , Norma Lois 1612141, 41, 71, 75, 84 , Wilma Arlene 2314141, 87 , Clyde Eugene 2414171, 41, 82, 106, Land, Patricia Joan 1913071, 42 Landers, Eva Lynn 1612031 Landers, Sara Call 1712141 Lane, Ethel Bernice 2013l61, 26 Lane, Jerry Lee 2013131 Lane, Mary Ann 2214081 Laney, Donald Leroy 1712191 Lan tord Ra mond Blanton 1712191 , Martha Ann 2314131, 29, 41, 61, 82, q , Y Langley, Henry David Frederick, Jr. 1411061 Lanham, George Elmer 1813061, 42, 103, 1091 109 Lanza, Ben 94 Lanza, Bernice 2114031 Lark, Richard Glee 1913101, 42, 61, 68, 76, 108, 109 Larsen, Winfield Kent 2314161 Larson, Lillian Loraine 1712181 LaSala, Beverly Mary 2314151, 25, 42 Laster, Loyd Liles 2314141, 95 Lathrom, Richard Wade 1712101 Latta, Thomas Richard 1512021, 82 McCorkle, Nathan Dean 2013131 McCoy, Ronald Ellis 2314141, 83, 94 McCray, Melva Irene 1511071, 44 McCulloch, John Robert 1612091, 95 McCullough, John Edward 2314161 McCune, Patricia Louise 1712161, 44, 62, 69, 71 McCune, Richard 1813051, 85, 104 McDanel, Laurabeth 2214121, 44 McFall, Rose Mary 1813031, 72, 86 McFarland, Anna Louise 14 11041, 26, 44, 64 McFarlane, Larry Allan 2314l31, 83 McGaugh, Everett Wendell 1612061, 68 McGaugh, Nancy Jane 1411041, 44, 64, 68, 75, 85 McGinnis, Margie June 2114041, 44, 71, 75 McGonigle, Joe Floyd 1813061 McGowan, Janice F. 1511101, 44 McGowan, Shirley Katheryn 1511101 McGrath, Jacquelyn 1913071, 44 McGrath, Paul Franklin 1411061 McGuire Carlene 21406 86 Miller, Lawrenu 65, 70, 109 Miller, Lawreng Miller, I.. Hort Miller, Marjorie Miller, Mary M Miller, Myra I. Miller, Richard Maddy, Joseph, Edgar Eugene 2114051, 87 Juergens, Beverly Ruth 1712191, 85 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 27 K Kaler, John Carl 2314141 Kaler, Lester Alvin 2114011 Kaullen, Wade Charles 2114031 Kean, Ronald David 231413A1, 26, 41 Keck, Gladys Marie' 1813061 Keeler, Norma Jean 2013141, 41, 67 Keenen, George 11, 83 Keeton, Joy Lou 2214081, 88 Kellstrom, Jocelyn 2314141, 61, 69, 72, 88 Kelly, Carl 95 Kelly, Mary Patricia 2214101 Kelly, Ruth Eleanor 2314141 Kemmerer, Elizabeth Annetta 1913071, 26, 41 Kemp, Billie Jean 2014001, 41, 68 Kendall, William Chamberlin 1411061 Kennedy, Jack Allen 1712191 Kennedy, Norma Lea 1913111 Kent, Albert Calvin 2214071, 25, 41, 61 Laughlin, J. L. 8 Lee, Helen Elaine 1613081, 25, 42, 63, 74, 75, 99 Lee, Wilford Homer 2414191 Leeper, Roberta Jean 2214101, 67, 75, 85 Legant, Diane Louise 1712141, 42, 86 , 1 1, McKelvy, Bernard Joseph 1712161, 94 McLallen, Gary Eugene 1813041, 94 McLanahan, Jack Dawson 1512011 McLean, Margaret Esther 1913111 McNeill, Carol Ann 2013141, 44 Lemon, Charles Richard 2114011 McQueen, John B. 2314141, 83 McQueen, Vivian Fern 2214101 McQuerry, Shirley Ann 1411031 McVey, Robert Eugene 2013141, 44 M Miller, Wallace Mills, Dorothy Milner, Peggy , Mince, Brian H. Mistretta, Mario Mitchell, Betty Mitchell, Carol Mitchell, Lou A Mitchell, Walter Moats, Lorne A Moberly, Betty Moberly, Judith Monaco, Anthog Monroe, Nadin Monson, Darlen 85, 99 Montavy, Esthe Montez, Lupe 4 Mooney, Charle Moore, Don 94 Moore, Walter I Moore, William Moore, William Moranville, Ant: Morgan, Arden Morgan, Granvi Macklin Byron Alan 21140l1, 112 Maddox, Alle Bert 2014001, 104, 108 Maddox Lyla Mae 2414221 Maddox Mary Fern 2314151 44 69 'Glenda Lou 191308A1, 57 Lentz, Stella Delores 1712181 Leone, Lillian Jo 2214121 Leslie, Wayne Edward 1512011 Lewis, Atley Stevens 1512011 Lewis, Bob Lee 1712101 Lewis, Donna Lee 1813061, 42, 85 Lewis, Earl 94 Lewis, Fred Martin 1512011, 95 Lewis, Helen Rose 2114061, 86 Lewis, Jo Ann 2214081, 72 Lewis, Judith Ann 191308A1, 70 Lewis, Merrill 94 Lewis, Miltred Lee 1813041 Lewis, Rose Ellen 1712181, 43, 61, 68, 84 Lewis, William Lynn, Jr. 2014001, 43, 68, Mader, John 1913091, 82, 95 Madison, Juanita Lee 1913071, 44, 69, 71 106, 108, 109 Morgan, Richart Morris, lst Sgt. Morris, Betty L4 Morris, Frank V 94 Morris, Kenneth Morris, Robert 1 Kiser Kent, Hubert Alvin 1612061, 25, 41, 85 Kent, Kern, Kern, Kerr, Virginia Lee l612031, 70 Betty Ruth 2314131, 69, 72, 75, 85 Mrs. H. A. 13 Juliet Rea 1813011, 70 Kesler, Jim Edgar 1512021, 87 Kessinger, Dorothy Louise 1511071, 41, 61, 68 Kiddoo, Donna Kay 161Aud.1 Kienzle, Thomas Edward 1813051, 42 Kilgore, Gerald Arnold 1512011 Kilgroe, James Donald 1512021, 82 Kilpatrick, Winifred Lee 2214081 Kimball, Marilyn 82, 83 King, Della Bernice 2013161 King, lack 2014001, 42 King, John William 1712191 King, Kenneth Gene 2114031 King, Max Eugene 1913091, 108 Kingsolver, Velma Pauline 2214111, 67, 85 Kinnaman, Shirley 2314141 Kinnett, Marvin Leroy 1712141, 42, 103, 108, 109 Kirk, Glenna Lucille 1712161 Kirkman, Julia Lee 2114051, 42, 87 Jo ce Elaine 20 400 42 65 69 74, 75 , Y ' 1 1, , , , Kiser, Shirley Jeane 141l031, 68, 74, 75 Kittle, Roger Stanley 2013141, 25, 42 Knapp, Barbara Ann 2114011, 87 Kobush, Earl Wayne 2214081, 67, 72 Koelmel, Shirley May 2414201, 70, 75 Kouns, Charlene Marie 1712181 Kouns, June Maurine 2114041, 74 Kranz, Wayne 94 Kremer, Pauline Frances 1813041, 26 Kresse, Arthur O. 11, 1613081, 62, 63 Krisch, Ethel Minnie Ernestine 1813061, 70 76, 82, 103, 109 Liggett, Tommy 95 Light, Bernice Marie ll, 60 Liles, Jack David 1712101 Lipps, Jo Ann 19131l1, 70 Liter, David Eugene 1612061, 43, 68 Livings, Don 1813031 Livingston, Betty Kay 1712141, 43, 70 Livingston, James D. 191308A1 Lockheart, John 25 Loewer, John Willard 1813041, 95 Logan, James Robert 2214071, 25 Lohmeyer, Carolyn Louise 2214081, 72 Lohrengel, Henry 1512011, 95 Long, Bob 1411061, 25, 43, 108 Long, Jacqueline 1813011, 68, 70, 72 Longfellow, Arthur K. 11, 2414191, 68, 76 Loulos, Carol 2014001, 26, 43 Love, Marvin Leroy 43 Love, Norman Ray 2314141, 104 Love, Samuel Houston 161Aud.1 Lucas, Theresa 1813061, 43, 64, 65, 69, 74, 75, 99 Lucito, Carolyn 2314l51, 43 Lucito, Frances 1511071 Lukens, Mary Elizabeth 2314141, 69, 75, 86 Lukens, Sara Louise 1613081, 43, 61, 63, 69, 85 - Lung, Roland Jean 1612071, 85 Lusby, JoAnn 2214111, 27, 61, 67, 72, 84 Lusher, Norma Jean 2014001, 25, 43, 85, 92, 95 Lutgen, Charlotte Ann 1813051 Lyle, Donna Ann 1813051, 43, 69, 75, 82 Lynch, Ellen 43, 85, 86 Lynch, Mary Winifred 2114051, 85, 87 Lynn, Barbara Dae 1813011, 26, 70 Lynn, Frank Reed 1612091, 25, 85 Lynn, Patricia Ann 1712141, 43, 86 Lyons, Patricia Roberta 2414221, 74 Lytle, Donald Mayo, Jr. 1612061, 43, 67 Madsen, Judith Irene 2014001 Magargee, Carolyn Elaine 2114061, 86 Magers, Don Paul 2114031 Maggio, Carrie Ann 1512021 Magruder, Harold Davis 1913071, 82 Maitland, Arthur 95 Maitland, Gomer Enoch 2013131, 95 Malone, James Franklin 2314141 Mangiaracina, Jody Ann 2314161 Mangiaracina, Rosetta Eloise 1813011 Marcott, Douglas Leslie 1813061, 87 Maret, Donna Sue 1913091, 67, 70, 75 Maret, Mrs. Frank 13 Markey, E. A. 11, 1612071, 102, 103 Markham, Kenneth Wayne 1813051 Markland, Mary Janice 1813011, 71 Markwell, Myrna Rae 2414221, 75 Marley, Jackie Lee 2314141, 104 Marriott, Mary Ann 1511101, B6 Marrone, Bina Josephine 2214121 Marsh, Shirley Ann 2114041 Marshall, William Donald 1712161, 76, 104 Martin, Barbara Gale 2014001 Martin, Glenn Riley 2414201, 82, 87 Miiggn, Robert Eugene 2013131, 61, 82, 104, Mason, Marvin Delbert 1913l01, 44, 92, 93 Masters, Shirley Ann 1813041, 26 Masterson, David 94 Mathews, Don Dwight 1913ll1, 85, 94 Mawson, Bob Chriss 1612091, 44, 103, 108, Matson, William Chester 2114041, 104 Matthew, Richard Milton 2414171, 44 May, Ruth JoAnne 2214101, 67, 70, 75 Maycock, Dorothy Lee 1612061, 44, 67, 70, Morrison, Gloria Morrison, Loyoli Morrison, Shirle Moulder, Janice Mueller, Laura Mulnix, Betty Li Mulnix, Bonnie Munns, Joan Na Murphy, Mary l Murray, William Murry, Vesta Sa MUSIC, INSTRU BAND AND C ORCHESTRA . MUSIC, VOCAL A CAPPELLA ADVANCED C BOYS' CHORI GIRLS' CHOR' HARMONY Cl TREBLE CLEF VOICE CLASS Muza, David Lei Muza, Martha Lt Myers, James L4 Napier, Robert J Nash, Carol Eno Nash, Elizabeth Nash, Harold 94 Nash, Patricia L Nash, Richard 1 Nave, Marella L. Naylor, Connie 84 Mazzetfe, Rosalie Marie 1712191 Meador, Daniel Fay 1612031, 94 2114041, 43, 61, Krueger, Norma Jean 2314141, 71 Krumwiede, Andrew 94 Kuhn, Walter Leo 2414171, 42, 103, 109 Kuhr, Janet 1712161, 42, 67, 84 Kulash, William Eugene 1813061, 42, 103, 108, 109 Kunz, o. w. 11, 1511071 Kane, John wiuiam 2214071 L Lacey, Joeanne 1712181, 25, 87 Lackey, Donna Jean 1712191 LaFevers, Bill Lynn 1511071, 82 Lale, Doris Aileen 1913091 Lamanno, Joe 1411041, 42, 64, 72 Lamkey, Velva Deanne 2314141, 61, 75 Lampton, Dorothy 24, 85 Lampton, Roberta 86 122 Mc McAlexander, William Allen 2114011, 25, 82 McCall, Clyde 110 McCall, Ora Emma 2214121, 43 McCandless, James Fred 1612031 McCandless, Richard Eugene 2114041, 43 McCannon, Nancy Lee 24, 86 McCartney, Robert 95 McClary, Freda Excine 24 McClelland, Helen Phyllis 67, 72, 84 Mcglelland, Patty Jeanette McClure, Robert 94 McClure, William Franklin 68, 92 McConnell, Jesse Whittier 1813031 McCord, Allen 1712161 Meador, Henry Francis Jr. 1612061, 45, 84, 92 Mehner, Hallie Esther 1813061, 45, 74 Mendolia, Florence Carmeline 2114051, 45, 61, 65, 75, 84, 87 Merriott, Howard Lee 1712101 Merritt, Larry D. 1612061 Merwin, Joseph R. 2414171, 45, 61, 82, 84 Metz, Jesse Willard 2314l31, 68 Meyer, Beverly Ann 1913071, 45, 61, 74 Meyer, Maurine Joy 2214101, 45, 61, 69, 84 Michael, John Peter 2013141, 45, 71, 93, 94 Milburn, George Stell 1612071 Milburn, Leo 76 Milford, Elizabeth Ann 2014001, 45, 75 Millard, Jerome Dee 2414201 2414171, 44, 68, 2314131-11, 26, 44, Miller, Audrey G. 11, 1813011, 60, 70 Miller Betty Ileene 191308A1 Miller, Beverly Joann 141l031, 68, 72 Miller, Dana Louise 2414171, 45, 75 Miller Frances Ann 1813041 M1E117er Joan Addeene 1813051, 45, 67, 71, 75, Naylor, Gene A' Neal, Margaret . Nebgen, John 1 Neff, Patricia EL Neiderland, Johi Neighbors, Eula Nelson, Bessie 1 Nelson, Fred La' 109 Nelson, Jack Evt Neumann, Cathe Newby, James I Newitt. Mabel A Newmyer, Joe I Niblock, Beryl C Niccoli, Benita J Niccoli, Mary Jo Nicely, Mary Eu Nicholas, Dwigh Nicholson, Nanc Nicks, Gladys N Nickson, Janice 1 84 Noland, Bonney Noll, Robert Jose Nolte, Kathleen 1 2013131 14141, 00, 94 511071, 44 . , r .1 Miller, Lawrence Edward 1813031, 45, 61, t l612091, 95 ard 2314161 a 1712161, 44, 62, 51, 05, 104 4121, 44 1031, 72, 00 69, e 14 11041, 26, 44, 64 2314101, 83 tdeu l612061, e0 1411041, 44, 04, 21404 , 44, 71, 68, 75 1 1 1813061 ,11l01, 44 ieryn 1511101 13071, 44 1 1411061 J61, 86 ph 1712161, 94 e 1813041, 94 on 1512011 er 1913111 3141, 44 1141, 83 2214101 5 1411031 1 2013141, 44 I 11140l1, 112 001, 104, 100 4221 114151, 44, 00 11308A1, 87 2, 95 913071, 44, 00, 71 :014001 iine 2114061, 86 J31 512021 is 1913071, 82 1 2013131, 95 1 2314141 in 2314161 Eloise 1813011 a 1813061, 87 1091. 67, 70, 75 1071, 102, 103 ayne 1813051 e 1813011, 71 2414221, 75 14141, 104 511101, 86 :ie 2214121 114041 lald 1712161, 76, 2014001 414201, 82, 87 - 2013l31, 61, 82, 1 1313101, 44, 02, 1013041, 26 1913111, 85, 94 l612091, 44, 103, ter 2114041, 104 :on 2414171, 44 14101, 67, 70, 75 104 104, 93 108, e 1612061, 44, 67, 70 ie 1712191 612031, 94 1 s Jr. l612061, 45, 84, 1813061, 45, 74 armeline 2114051, 45, 1712101 061 14171, 45, 01, 02, 314131, as 84 65, 70, 109 Miller, Lawrence Marvin 1913081 Miller, L. Hortense 12, 2414171, 26, 60, 117 Miller, Marjorie Elaine 2013l61, 45, 85 Miller, Mary Margaret 2214111 Miller, Myra I. 2314l3A1, 26 Miller, Richard 94 Miller Wallace Gene 1512021 Mills, Dorothy Jean 1712181 Milner, Peggy Lee 2314l51, 45 Mince, Brian Haskell l712l41, 45, 85 Mistretta, Marion 24, 25 Mitchell, Betty Ann 2013171 Mitchell, Carol Lee l612031, 74 Mitchell, Lou Ann 2214101 Mitchell, Walter Lee 1712191 Moats, Lorne Alan 1712161, 84 Moberly, Betty Sue 1813061, 45, 85 Moberly, Judith June 2414221 Monac o, Anthony Conrad 1612071, 45, 82, 94 Monroe, Nadine Hazel 2314l51, 45, 75, 85 Mcgrgsogg Darlene Gayle l813031, 67, 74, 75, Montavy, Esther Eileen 1813031 Montez, Lupe 45 Mooney, Charles Edgar 2314l31, 104 Moore, Don 94 Moore, Walter Edward l913l01, 46 Moore, William Edward l61Aud.1, 95 Moore, William Franklin 1813051 Moranville, Annette May 1511101 Morgan. Arden La Rue 1813051 Morgan, Granville Hampton 2414191, 103, 106, 108, 109 Morgan, Richard Nelson 1612091 Morris, lst Sgt. Archie 12, 92 Morris, Betty Louise 1913091, 85 Magis, Frank William 2314l3A1, 26, 46, 89, Morris, Kenneth Wayne l51ll21, 61 Morris, Robert Lee 1612071, 46, 70 Morrison, Gloria La Vonne 2214121, 46 Morrison, Loyola Jane 2214121 Morrison, Shirley Ann 2214101 Moulder, Janice Marie l813031, 46, 86 Mueller, Laura Lou 2114051, 85, 87 Mulnix, Betty Lou 2014001, 26 Mulnix, Bonnie Sue l5120l1, 26 Munns, Ioan Nadine l612061, 46, 69 Murphy. Mary Kathryn 2114011 Murray, William Patrick 2414l71, 46, 82 Murry, Vesta Sangene 1712l81, 74, 99 MUSIC, INSTRUMENTAL 82-83 BAND AND OFFICERS 82 ORCHESTRA AND OFFICERS 83 MUSIC, VOCAL 84-87 A CAPPELLA CHOIR 84 ADVANCED CHORUS 85 BOYS' CHORUS 87 GIRLS' CHORUS 87 HARMONY CLASS 86 TREBLE CLEF CLUBS 86 VOICE CLASS 87 Muza, Muza, David Lee Roy 1411061 Martha Lorraine 2214101 Myers, James Lee 2214071, 68, 76 N Napier, Robert James 1813041 Nash, Carol Enona 2014001, 74 Nash, Elizabeth Jean 2314l3A1, 26, 46 Nash, Harold 94 Nash, Patricia Louise 2114061, 72, 86 Nash, Nave, Richard Arlan 1612071, 61 Marella Lavon 2414221 - Naylor, Connie Lee 24, 46 Naylor, Gene Alan 1512011 Neal, Margaret Ann 2214111, 25 Nebgen, John William 1712101, 83 Neff, Patricia Elaine 2114041 Neiderland, John Danuel 1512021, 104, 108 Neighbors, Eula Lou 2013161 Nelson, Bessie Lavon 2214101, 46 Nelson, Fred Lawrence 2014001, 46, 61, 106, 109 Nelson, Jack Everett 1512021 Neumann, Catherine 12, 2013141 Newby, Iames Robert 1813041, 83 1913071, 45, 01, 74 214101, 45, 01, 00, 84 1013141, 45, 71, 03, 94 1612071 1 2014001, 45, 75 5414201 1013011, 00, 70 91308A1 1411031, 00, 72 414171, 45, 75 1013041 1013051, 45, 07, 71, 75, Newitt, Mabel A. 12, l813051, 60, 63, 70 Newmyer, Joe Rogers l61Aud.1 Niblock, Beryl Gwen 1512011 Niccoli, Benita Jean 2214111 Niccoli, Mary Jo Ann 2414221, 46 Nicely, Mary Eugenia 2114011 Nicholas, Dwight Dean 1913091, 26, 108 Nicholson, Nancy Ann l91308A1, 87 Nicks, Gladys Marie 2114061, 26, 75, 86 Nickson, Janice Clare 2114041, 46, 61, 67, 70, 84 Noland, Bonney June l813031, 86 Noll, Robert Joseph 1813041 Nolte, Kathleen 83 ' ..,,. fy,-, 21:-v:v:a:.L far: All Nolte, Maurice Griffith 1612061, 46, 82 NOR'EASTER STAFF 62-63 Northington, Caroline Irene 2314161, 86 Norton, Robertha Ann 2214101, 82 Norwood, Jimmie Doyle l61Aud.1 O O'Brien, Patsy Ruth l712l41, 46 O'Connell, James Pat 1913091 O'Connell, Leroy Joseph 1511071, 46 O'Connor, Thomas Franklin l612061, 46, 108 O'Day, JoAnna 1913111, 99 O'Day, John Douglas 1411061 O'Dell, Eddie 94 O'Dell, Shirley Oralene 2114061, 86 Odom, Wanda Lee 2114061 O'Grady, Mary Virginia 1712161, 46, 75, 86 O'Guin, Lois Alleen 1913111 O'Hare, Connie Jo 2314161, 70 Oldham, Betty Alice 2013171 Oliver, Carl Henry 1712161, 47 Olsen, Walter Keith 1612071, 76, 82, 94, 103, 104, 108, 109 OLYMPIC CLUB 74 O'Neal, H. Roger 1712101 Ontman, Leroy 94 Orendorff, Mary Ann 2214121, 70 Organ, Don Joe 1813011, 70 Orig ltgalry Patricia 2114041, 47, 62, 68, 71, Orrill, Judith Dianna 1712l91, 71 Osborne, Garold Fredrick 1813051, 47 Osborne, John Joseph 2414201, 26 Osborne, Mary Jane 2314151, 26, 47 Osburn, Billie Io 2114061, 26, 86 Osburn, Harold Edward 1511071 Osburn, Ioe Marvin 1712101 Oster, Robert Lewis l712l41, 47 O'Toole, Ruth Ann 2014001 Otts, Vivian Lou 1813011 Ouderkirk, Franklin D. 2214081, 72, 76, 95 Overbay, Dennis Levi l51ll21, 47 Overman, Carol Jean 2013l61, 69 Overton, Barbara Ellen 1613081, 47, 68, 72, 105 Owen, David Wesley 1512021 Owen, Iames Albert 2314l3A1, 26, 47, 92 Owens, Io Ann 1712181 P Pace, Carl 1511071, 85 Pace, Tommy 95 Page, JoAnne Elizabeth l712l81, 69, 72 Palmer, James Edmond 2114011 Palmer, Mrs. J. S. 13 Palmer, Norma Jeanne 2014001, 29, 47, 61, 64, 65, 68, 74, 75 . PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION 13 Parker, Elsie Lorene 2013171 Parker, Gayle Dean 1712l91, 94 Parker, Harvey Thomas 2314l3A1, 26, 47 Parker, Joan Mae 2414191 Parker, Myrtle Elvira 1511101, 26 Parker, Sally Jo 2114061, 86 Parks, Marilyn Fern 1813011, 70 Parks, Robert Ray 1813031, 25 Parkson, Letha Muriel 1511101 Parr, Johniece Nancy 2414201, 61 Parsons, Patricia Ann l712l81, 61, 68, 74, 83 Parton, Donna June 2414201 Partridge, Sandra Kay 2114061, 86 Pascuzzi, Sam Salvatore 25 Passantino, Leonard George l813061, 47 Passantino, Mary Catherine 24 Patrick, Barbara Claude 1512021, 72, 87 Patterson, Betty J. 2214111, 65 Patti, Jack 2214081, 47 Paulson, Robert Joseph 2114031 Payne, Thomas Douglas l5120l1, 94 Peak, Cameron Harmon 2114051, 95 Peden, Charles Stewart 47 Peltier, William Gilbert 1913111, 82, 83 Pena, Corina Elizabeth 2013141, 47, 84 Penning, LaDonna 2314l51, 65, 74 Pennington, Patricia Louise 2214101, 25, 61, 68, 72, 75, 85, Pennington, Wanda Lee l41l041, 25, 47, 64, 74 Peoples, Bill 2314141, 95 Pernice, Tom Charles 1411061 Perriman, Shirley Ann 1411031 Perry, G. Nadine 2114011, 61, 69, 87 Perry, Iris June l41l041, 47, 64, 69, 74 Perry, James Robert 2114011, 94 Perry, Ronald Eugene 1511071 Perry, Valerie Teresa 2114031, 26 Perusich, Robert Lee ZZ14071, 104 Peters, Cloyd Elven 1712191 Petersen, Barbara Lea 2414221 Petersen, Ted William l91308A1 Peterson, Beverly Ann 1511101 Peterson, Dorothy Virginia 1512011 Peterson, Jim Lee 2014001, 82, 87 Peterson, Ora Franklin 2013141, 47, 83 Petet, Shirley Ann 1813061 47, 7-5 Petitt, Pamela Ellen 2214121 Pewitt, Helen Juanita l813051, 48, 75 Phelps, Harold Edward 24 Phillips, Alyce Nadine 2214101, 25, 48, 94 Phillips, David Lee 2314l3A1, 26, 48 Phillips, Donald Lee 48, 76, 103, 104 Phillips, Donald Paul 1612071, 48, 71, 94 Phillips, Phillips, Eugene Allen 2014001 Lawrence Howard l51ll21, 104 Phillips, Lois Yvonne 23 14151, 48 Phillips, Patricia Joann 1411031, 61, 69, 72 Phillips, Philip Kay l813061, 48, 103, 104 106, 108, 109 Phillips, Robert Wayne 1913111, 85 Phillips, Shirley May 2414191, 48, 74 Phillips, Wilma Iean 1411031 Phinney, Mary Louise 2214101, 48, 62, 84 Phipps, Mary Ann 1813031 Pickarell, Carmeline Rose 2214111, 74 Pickett, Bill Ray 2414201 Pieper, Gloria De Mae 1411031 Pippenger, Barbara Lou 1511101 Pippenger, Joan Mae 2214121 Pippin, Robert Lewis 24 Piraro, Fred Charles 1712101, 68, 76 Pitt, Donald Eugene 1512021, 89 Pittman, Harold Leroy 2314161, 103, 108, 109 Plaskett, Shirley Ann l913071, 48, 63, 69, 72, 75, 84, 88 Playter, Jerry Earl l712l41, 48 Plimmer, Yvonne Joyce 2314151, 48 Pluchino, Nick Joseph 2214081, 48, 84 Plumlee, Mary Lou 26, 48 Plummer, Charles Burdette 2414171, 48 Poe, Wilburn, Jr. 1511071, 48, 82, 92 Polizzi, Lawrence l91308A1, 82, 83 Pomie, Mary Frances l712l41, 25, 48, 69 Pool, Waunita Sioux 2214081, 25, 48, 72 Poole, Ruth Irene 1913091, 85 Pope, Betty Joyce 2114051, 62, 69, 74, 75, 87 Pope, Russell Hindle 2314141, 61 Porter, Ann Marilyn l91308A1, 82, 83 Porter, Leonard Brennen l91308A1 Porter, Mrs. Louis 13 Porter, Margaret Louise l913101, 29, 49, 62, 63, 67, 70, 74 Pott, Kathryn Florence 1511101, 72, 87 Pournelle, Mary Anne 1913091, 99 Powell, Frances Ann l712l41, 49, 65, 67, 84, 92, 95 Powell, James Richard 1913091, 61, 85 Powell, Shirley Iean 2114061, 86 Powers, Helen Lee 2314l51, 49, 74 Praeger, Sue Kathryn l813061, 65, 67, 72, 75 Pratt, Doris Jean 2414l71, 49, 65, 84 Pratt, Janet Lee 2214081 72, 85 Price, Clifford Sterling 2314141 Price, Robert Lee 2314161 Prock, James Elliott l91308A1, 82, 95 Proctor, Richard 94 Proctor, Robert 95 Prosser, Betty Ann 1813051 Provence, Luther Leon l91308A1 Pruesner, Georgia Lee 231413A1, 26, 49 Pruesner, Virginia Ann 2114061, 49, 86 Pruitt, Alice Faye l5120l1, 87 Pruitt, Charles Richard 1712161, 49, 103, 104, 106, 109 Pugh, Robert Aylor l913071, 49, 106, 109 Pullen, Charles Edward'l913ll1, 61, 84, 104. 108, 109 Pulsifer, Charlene 2114061, 86 Purcell, Tom Russell 1511071 Q Quarles, Jeanette Sue 1813011, 70 Rago, Thomas Salvatore 1411061 Ralston, Barbara Ann 1511101 Ramey, Newton Daniel 2114011 Ramsey, James Lee l612061, 49, 92, 93 Ranallo, Josephine l41l041, 28, 49, 61, 64, 69 Ranallo, Patricia Ann 2214121, 25 Raniolo, Tom 1712101 Ratterree, George Howard 2314161 Raveill, Fred Junior 2414201 Ravenscraft, George Thomas 2014001 Reaster, Karl Robert 2414191, 82, 83 Rector, Katherine Elizabeth l41l041, 49, 61, 7 64, 6 Redenbaugh, Thomas Arthur 2013141, 49 Redmon, Mrs. T. A, 13 Redmond, Gertrude H. 12 Reed, Della May 24 Reed, Hal Abbott 1411061, 85, 104 123 , ,D 1 , , ., W. . -. .K ,,,,, -.-ee, -ff.-. .- -.-. -.- .w ..g-1-',:'-N 5 -gvjrfani-wr .,. 1,1 3:1-ruvvgvrrx-E-371:-rr '.':'-f.-...wry-,-. 1 - - 53,3 '11'Z3r,,. 4- 1 T ' 'f 5' 1. 41. - . Reed, H. Jack l612061, 94 Reed, Margaret Irene l91308A1 Reese, I. 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O. T. C. 92-96 Roth ane Louise 20 400 70, 75 Sears, W. R. 12, 1612091 Sellmyer, Frank 12, 92 Semler, William Eugene 191308A1, 104 SENIORS 28-55 OFFICERS 28 BALLOT 29 CLASS PICTURES 30-55 Sevart, Gary Alan 1813031 Sevy, Marvin Guy 2214071 Shapiro, Milton 95 Sheffer, James 1612091, 50 Sheffield, Diana Lou 2114051, 69, 75, 84, 87 Sheffield, Jean Ann 1411031, 71, 72, 75, Shelley, Margaret Elaine 1512011 Shelton, Judith Ann 141l031, 71 Shenefield, Marlene Ruth 2114061, 86 Sheridan, Donna Rae 2314131, 69, 72 Sherman, Leonard Dale 50 Shields, Elsie Rebecca 1913071, 50 Shields, Robert Eldon 1612D31, 82, 95 Shigemura, Kay Keiko 2314131 Shiner, Kenneth Ivan 1612091 Shirley, Beverly Ann 2414221 Shggir, Emmett William l813041, 68, 76, Shoush, James Harper 2314141, 82, 83 Shreve, Jack Franklin 2414201 Shrout, Dixie Lea 24, 50, 68, 72, 75, 88 Shubert, Marian Rose 1512011 Shull, Marie Nadine l712l41, 50, 69, 82 Shull, Shirley Jean 1813031, 69, 72 Shuttleworth, James Henry 1612071, 50, Sigloch, Mary Ann 1712181, 51, 82, 84 Simcox, Carolyn Jean 1712181 Simmers, Mary Jane 2214101 Sirgtgnons, Charles Frederick 1712191, 61, 85 82 72 72, Simmons, Frank B. 1712161, 29, 51, 84, 'l03 104, 109 Sirx7tgncgrgs, Ruth Harriett 2314151, 51, 69, Simmons, Sigma Faye 1913091 Simms, Nancy Carolyn 2114061, 86 Simms, Roberta Lee 1913091, 68, 74, 75 Simone, Carmeline 86 Simons, Mary Maxine 2414221 Simpson, Damon Duane 231413A1, 26, 51 Simpson, Joyce Ann 2114061, 86 Simpson, William Irving 2214071, 87 Sims, Clifford L. 12, 1511121 Singleton, Bonita Maxine 2013141, 51, 85 Sirna, Pete Louis 2314141, 95 Sivigliano, Joe 1913071, 51, 82 Slezak, Sue Carroll 2414201 72 Smith, Schumaker, Leo Lawrence 1712101, 82 S ie el Evel n ean 21406 86 I 1 ' 1 1, Roth, Mildred 12 Rowan, Charles Everett 2214071 Royle, Delores Jean 2013171, 61, 74, 75, 99 Royle, John William 2114011, 104 Ruhlman, Clark 94 Russell, Arthur Gene 1813061, 50 Russell, Jim Richard 1712101 Russell, Marilyn Kathryn 1712181 Russum, Bonnie Jean 2013161 Ryan, Bernita Joann 2314131 Ryan, Douglas 94 Ryan, Larry 1813031 Ryan, Mary Evelyn 2414221, 50, 61, 75 Ryerson, Doris Marlene 2314151, 29, 50, 69, 72, 76, 84, 88 S Sabatke, Ruth Ann 2013171 Sanders, Eugene Lester 1712101 Sanders, Norma Jean 2314131, 67 Sands, Dorothy Ann 1612091, 25, 65, 85 Sandusky, William Arthur 1512011, 82, 83, 108 Sanell, Mary Elizabeth 1512021 Sansom, Nancy Gene 2214l2l, 69 Sappington, Sarah M. 2114061, 86 Savina, Lorraine Grace 2114051, 50, 87 Saxton, Kirk James 2414171 Scanlon, Donald Dale 24, 50 Scardino, Anthony Edward 1712161, 29, 50 84, 103, 104, 106, 109 Schaeffer, Derald L. 12 Schinderling, Dorothy Eugenia 2114011 Schlie, Mary Evelyn 2414201, 86 Schmall, Gloria ean 211406 69 72 86 I 1, , , Schnackenberg, Stuart 2114051, 103. 104, 108 Schneider, Doranna Lou 2114061, 86 Schnztzer, Shirley Carole 2114061, 86 SCHOOL LIFE CANDIDS 56-57, 78-79, 89, 97, 100-101, 105, 110-118 Schumaker, Dorothy Mae 2013141, 25, 50, 68 Schwenk, David William l41lO61, 82, 83 Scimeca, Phillip B. 2214071 Scott, James Wesley 1712101, 76 Scott, William Wood 1512011 Scotten, Billy Dean 2414191, 93, 94 Scudiero, Marv Ann 2l14031, 25 SEAL CLUB 71 124 Smarr, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Ray 1612061, 26, 51 Beverly Ann 2013141, 69, 74, 75, 99 Charles 94 Cortes Eugene 1512011, 94 Donald Raymond l712l41, 51 Smith, Felisa Marie 1411031, 69, 71, 75 Smith, Georgia Ann 1913071, 51 Smith, Dr. G. Dewey 13 Smith, Helen Louise 1712191 Smith, James Alan 2013131, 70, 95 Smith, James Alvah 1913111 Smith, John Frank l411061, 51 Smith, Leonard Eugene 1511071, 95 Smith, Louanna 2414171, 51, 84 Smith, Mary,Lee 1712181, 26, 51 Smith, Mary Lou 2414201, 72 Smith, Paul 94 . Smith, Phyllis Marie 1712191 Smith, Sammy Jean 2114051, 51 Smith, Wanda Lucille 2114061, 86 William Darlin 1512021 SPORTS, GIRLS' 98-99 SPORTS MANAGERS 99 SPRING PLAY 88 Springer, Jane Carolyn 1612031, 71 Stabile, George Mathew 2214081 Stamper, Delmar Richard 2314131 Stark, Paul Adolph 1813051, 51 Starkey, Willard Kenneth 1712191, 94 Starks, Laila Bernice 2013161, 51, 84 Statesel, Frank Earl 2414191 Staton, Betty Jean 2414221 Stauss, Gary Paul 2314161 Staves, Janice 82, 83 Stavlich, Rosalie 2114041, 68 Stephens, Nellie Eva 1612091 Stephens, Victor Lee 1512021, 95 Stevens, Adlia 110 Stevenson, Gayle Ruth 1511101 Stewart, Dorthy Marie 191308A1 Stewart, Nellie Agatha 12, 1712181, 69 St. Gemme, Lila Mae 2414171, 52 Still, Robert Milton 2114041, 52, 68, 70, 76 Stine, Paul Lionel 2013l31, 85, 94 Stinnett, Carl Vernon 2314131 Stinnett, Thomas Dwayne 1712101 Stitziel, George Leonard 1511071, 82 Stitziel, William 95 Stockton, Larry Darwood 2114011 Stockwood, Robert Christen 1612071, 104, 107, 108 Stodonly, Doris 87 Stokes, Bob Lee 1511121, 26 Stokes, Jack Samuel 2414191 Stolifer, Albert LeRoy 161Aud.1, 95 Stone, Floyd Allen 2314161, 68, 76, 108 Stone, Mary Lou 231413A1, 26, 52, 61 Stone, Roy William 2314131, 83, 95 Stowell, Beverly 2114061 Strahan, Edna Jane 2314131 Strahan, Joseph David, Jr. 1511071, 52 Strannigan, Dale Lee 2013l31, 61, 93, 94 Strawn, Wilbert Willson 1913101, 28, 29, 52 103, 104, 108, 109 Strecker JoAnn Shirley 1913091 Stubbs, Betty Lou 2014001, 25, 52 STUDENT COUNCIL 60-61 Stump, Mary Donna 2013171 Sullivan, Clara Joan 2314161, 52 Sullivan, Donna Marie 1411041, 52, 64, 70 72, 75, 88 Sullivan, Joan Claire 2214111, 52 Summers, Elizabeth F. 12, 2013131 Summers, Larry Dean 1612071, 52, 84 Summers, Leonard Wayne 2013141, 52, 95 Summerville, Mary Lee 1813011 Sumners, Beverly Ann 2013131 Sutton, Elva Elizabeth 1613081, 52, 63, 68 74 Sutton, James 94 Swafiord, Betty Jane 1511101 Swant, Ralph E. 1913101, 52, 72, 76 Swartz, James 95 Swearingen, Donna Rose 1712191 Swearingin, Leila Mae 231413A1, 26, 52 Swearingin, William Lawrence 2314141, 94 Sweet, Donald Delano 2214071, 94 Swetnam, Patricia Ann 2013161 T Talley, Jo Anne 1712181 Tann, Jeannette 2314161 Tann, Joyce Ellen 2414201, 72 Tapp, Beverly Stuart 1511101, 71 1 Smitka, William Edward 1913091. 104 Snyder, Mary Anne 2114051, 85, 87 Soblin, David Michael 2314161 SOCIETIES 67-69 Solbrack, Wilma Jean 2214121 Soldanels, Anton Pierre 1813031 Solenbercx, Robert Allen 2114041, 51, 68, 108, 109 Sollomi, Loretta 2013161 Sommers, Fred Joseph 1913111 Spanbauer, Mary Agnes 2414191, 70 Spanbauer, Theresa Magdeline 1813051, 51 SPANISH CLUB 71 Spano, Connie Josephine 1411031 Soeake, Lureta Grace l91308A1 SPEECH ARTS CLUB 72-73 Speed, Charlene Rose 2013161, 25 Spence, Richard Elbert 2214071, 93, 95 Spencer, Frances H. 12, 1913111 Sperling, Tom Joe 1712101, 85 76, 25, Spgger, Penny Charlene 2314l51, 25, 51, 71, 13.9 1 Y l 1 1, Smna, Frank Salvatore 1512021 SPORTS, BOYS' 102-109 BASKETBALL 106-107 FOOTBALL 102-105 N CLUB 109 TRACK TEAM 108 Tarbet, Mrs. J. L. 13 Tate, Kathryn Mae 2414191 Taylor, Catherine Lucille 1411041 72, 84 Taylor, Elizabeth 1712161, 52 Taylor, Laura Louise 1913071 Taylor, Robert Gene 2314141, 83 Taylor, Shirley Rosella 24, 52 Taylor, Thomas Marshall 2214071, 52 Taylor, Waymon Rodean 2314141 Taylor, Wilma Dee l91308A1 Teft, Shirley Marie 2314141, 86 , 52, 64, 68. Telley, John Alvin 2414201, 87, 104, 107 Tellis, Jo Ann 2414201, 87 Templeton, Ruth Morene 1712141, 25, 53 Tennis, Eva JoAnn 1813051 Teri, Henry Frank 1913101, 53, 84 Terrill, Darlene Deldra 1712191 THETAS 69 Thogmartin, Janice Rae 2114041, 53, 69 Thomas, Donald Everett 2013141, 95 Thomas, Janice Ailene 1512011, 85 Thomas, John Colmon 1512011 Thomason, Donald Wayne 1512021 Thomason, Joan Marie 1512021 Thompson, Clifford Russell 1913091, 85 Thompson, Edward Lee l813031, 26, 104 Thompson, Rita Joy 2114051, 69, 84, 87 Thompson Ruth E. 12, 23 14131, 60, 67 Thompson Virginia Carol 1813011, 53, 85 1 'ir E ,fl S e a. Tom Toner, Donald L Toner, James Fr Tornabene, Fra Tornabene, Ros Tosti, Donald T Townsend, Mart Trayford, Ronalcl Trekell, Richard 104, 108, 109 Tremaine, Jackj Tricarico, JoAn 75 Trowbridge, Jer Trudell, Joseph Tryon, Phyllis II Tucker, Arlene Tucker, Doris Lf Tullis, Fred Wax Tumlinson, Delo Tungett, Shirley 69, 72 Turecek, Cheryl Turner, Beverly Turner, Dana Ds 75, 84 Turner, Jimmie Turner, Kenneth Twyman, Joe Pa Urnstattd, Shirle Urnise, Mary Gi Urton, Riley Ed' Van Alst Eugent Vance, Phyllis J Van Compernollt Vandeventer, Dc Van Dyke, Franl Van Dyke, Rona Van Noy, Wayn VanSickle, Shirlt Van Wormer, S1 VARIETY SHOW Vaughn, Belva l Vessels, Donna Vicari, Margaret Vinyard, Normal Vivona, Io Ann Vochatzer, Franl 104 Vochatzer, Jack Vogel, Glen Daw Vogel, Van Rus: Volk, Shirley Le Wilson 199 1 1s12031, 71 w 2214081 11a 2314131 3051. 51 5111 l712191, 94 013181, 51, 84 114191 221 1161 41, 68 1612091 512021, 95 1 1511101 181308111 1 12, 1712181, as l414l71, 52 4041, 52, 68, 70, 76 131, 85, 94 2314131 11115 1712101 11:1 1511071, 82 od 2114011 hristen 1612071, 104, 11, 26 ,414191 l61Aud.1, 95 14161, 38, 78, 108 3A1, ze, 52. 61 114131, 83, 95 161 114131 , 11. 1511071. 52 z013131, 81, 83, 94 in 1913101, 28, 29, 52, y 1913091 1001, 25, 52 1-si 013171 3416 52 1 1, 1 l411041, 52, 64, 70. 2214111, 52 12, 2013131 1s12071, 52, 84 1y11e 2013141, 52, 95 e 1813011 1 2013131 , 1s13o81, 52, 63, 68 1511101 01, 52, 72, 76 ose 1712191 a 231413A1, 26, 52 Lawrence 2314141, 94 1 2214071, 94 ri 2013161 F 81 51 4201, 72 1511101, 71 114191 ille l411041, 52, 64, 68 161, 52 1913071 Z314l41, 83 a 24, 52 1a1l 2214071, 52 aan 2314141 11308A1 514141, 86 14201, 87, 104, 107 , 87 1115 1712141, 25, 53 313051 53101, 53, 84 1 1712191 ae 2l14041, 53, 69 ett 2013141, 95 e l5120l1, 85 1 1512011 ayne 1512021 e 1512021 ussell 1913091, 85 ee 1813031, 26, 104 114051, 69, 84, 87 Z, 23 14131, 60, 67 Zarol 1813011, 53, 85 Y ,.,,-, wr-re-5:--1 z::.Ifa1fiz"""ar-. - 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Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 1

1953

Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 1

1954

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