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

 - Class of 1961

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J Q4 x -.'Z'rQ'g s QQ wi 5 s, ' Q seg, '22 ji, K ' i ff.. ' ,- 'ifgf .' :'f ' veit' 325' b :gil 2:'3F 3 -2:75 '.-5.2.2 '27-43. "Fil-,f -A41 .- X 65:2 'l'A7-l F 'U l 35132. 553' 'ixgq riff- :cbs is e -I ."- 'Z U P931 N na. I C ' I 4 3 J-S-Aw' P , 7T5'. -1011. , , 4 , RwJV.1 2-359 Q0?:5 555' LQ-l:' xffv 915 ft., fiff inn AJ we leave "Thou Dear" with our hope! and clreamf of the future, the Seniors of North- eaft High School will alwayf remember the cle- votion and achievement of one of our outxtancl- ing faculty memberf, Mr. George Calvert, af the xenior clan aclvixor. He haf given hi.r un- Jelfifh efforts to make each year a Jucceuful one for the Seniorf. He came to Northeaft in 1931 af a teacher of phyfiography, chemiytry, and biology. He haf been aniftant football coach, chairman of the arrangementx committee, executive .fec- retary of the National Honor Society af well df Senior fponxor. Mr. Calvert alfo ,rerveii ar the photographer for the Nofeafter in 1946. Hif loyalty and Jchool xpirit have been an out- Jtancling example in leaclerfhip to the faculty and to the ftuclentx. Anal .ro to you Mr. Calvert, for your Jervice to uf anal to our Jchool, we reypectfully cleclicate chic, our Nor'ea5ter of 1961. Ronnie Bond. Ray Couyinf Madeline Montesano Preyident Vice-Preyident mint fI9ffi1:2r5 The falling leavey, the added coolnem in the air-thefe thing: ufhered uf into the new Jchool year, our Jenior year. To ur it wax unhelievahle hecauxe we didn't feel like Jeniorx at all hut 1500 un- derclafxmen Jeemed to think we were Jo off we went. Important eventx were many thix year and each of them came .fo fart that we didn't have time to catch our hreath hefore the next one wax here. The foothall and haxkethall gamef, the wonderful .fchool :pirit at a new high thi: year, our refponxihilitiex ay officerx, the dancef, Lit Night, the Senior Prom, and finally graduation-all thefe thingy comhined to make a wonderful year for uf and one which we hate to leave hehind. We hope Northeaxt will always rememher uf ax we'll rememher Thou Dear. Giftorian Iudy Puckett Secretary Noyce McGarity Billie jean Wilton Donna Rohning l1f4l4'D4' ' ,A . W V ., f. -f .,'.,ML:-f.,,,,x J--M c , on X 4 ,,-f. f- L47 H .J 4.4. ,W Carol Acord ' Lola Aloif Torn Albertfon Indy Adarm Allen Aldrrd ge mints 1951 Donna Anderxon janet Alexander Carl Anderfon janzce Anderxon 8 jeff? Andeffmi Pat Anderson Ronald Anderson ' M, w,,,,,, W, ,Y ,, ,. -Y .- . . , - Y ' y' if ' Tn"-" . Tl'?if'F-3'-'f5"T'f"fVf' ' A " -4 .h f 1 - i f - 'f:i7+gi"p,--1 , " I - 1 1 ' ' ' 3 VV'-' 7f'f'5iif5"5f? 1'f"l' i?'f:'l31.ff'?"'Q' ' Qi-.' fJgLg'....-.' g4.L:...f:fff .233 ZIf3g'::3irL, im:-if . 2:2 fu,-...,,. f V.. .. .W William Amlerfon Size Baker Janet Atkimon Linda Bailey MWZJW Bailey mints 1951 Nancy Atkimon Rita Barrera Jackie Bauer Gerald B ean Shawn Beattie Rath Ann Bennett Gmfe Be-ff ' Richard Betz R ofe Bliven Chewy Ann Bzlef Loren Blackwell R017 eff Blewm emurs 1951 jay .Bome Mike Biomlo Cbarlef B obbizft 10 CMO! Bfdflley Bill Bmmmer Dozlglay Boyd Peggy Briant Barbara Bridgewater Dorothy Buckingham Dominick Brogoto Anne Harrix Brook! Mary Karen Brgwn mints 1951 Dan Burnof Larry Bronyon Manuel Dean Buffa Linda Burnap Frank Burnwortk Juanita Butler Joyce Caldwell H Virginia Caldwell lobnny Carter Sally Campbell john Carey Pbylliy Diane Cafrlfon Mary C ervanief emurs T951 William C apell Walter C ary Carolyn Cbfiflm Tbomaf C batman 2 an Iobn Clayton Bo nnie Cobb . 4 f EP. - Q, ' 2. Robert Cobb Iobn Cordell Dennzf Cole Marilyn Comm Rofe Mary Collinx BIIIUYB Ann C olernan Eala Cowee 1951 Robert Coyle Raymond C auxin: T C er Gerald Crawford Sbaron Craig wry mm Yex, tbey're Jtill there. Yea, team! eninr Qilnfnrmals Now, everybody Jmile! Cbee'e'e Mm! .floe carry her own bookx? , ' ' 2 , , -' jj -fit ,,",' ,.'7",'tf":'f"A F ff V." , ' V V f'7f3"f f , k k , 'ku elf, ": h'i ' Rexine Crawford B111 C arm Make DeGbelder LLWWW Deshdzef emnrs 1951 Ronald Dayton folon I. Donahue Ianett Dorman Byron Eaton Glorza Ebertf 2 DMM Lee 1306671 Bmw, Eddy Connie Edward: .LQ 1 V W v 1 l i I Q ., :fe - age gt ,Q f , f 'V an, ,f e . tx' V 'X X Lawrence Ellerlge E Berta F ofter I S I Stella Enzbrey Gary Fwgey Connie Fin: emurs 1951 Mary Genfler Lewif Everett Carol Garfield Rex Gentry i i 4 1 1 16 Mary Lynn Gibfon A1 ma Gillogly 1 I Glazlw Glenn "K ' ' ' f f - f ' H V- f- ,J ,4W,M ,5y.,LK.1 ,wel--,--41.3, . , .W . . QR- 1 ,qrr rw-f in f f MD.. . , . , , V . 1. . -.,y , . , 1,4 , 5, .,,' :fr 1,1 t ,4 i ' 4.....,.L . N, M- ,Q .ww .fl ,, Sandra Golden Robert Allen Grz atb Bruce Golclxrnrtlo Terry Green Freda Grrffm mints 19151 ferry Gull john IV. Gray Playllry Grrmef joe Graff Berry Haney N envy HWINJOW Sharon I-Iauzll ' 'ff' ' f mfs- I I I I I , I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I john Hawkins Io Anne Holler Glenna Hnechlker N Vzrgznza Hayef Omni Hilmar Daozd H olclnzan emnrs 1951 Helen H owery Mamloa Huber I yoylcy ',f,Q,!i,V, ancy Hzlglzef Mike Hunt Larry H eflenfk og jim Holloway 17726171 . .,....-f...-, Y , , . A Linda Iliff Barbara Ionef Benny lnzerillo Maxine Ienfen Karen johmon Indy jonef emnrs 1951 Karen Ionef Gordon E. Irwin Judy Carol fone: Karol Inner Harney Keck Virginia Keck U: Y, W A ,W Looking for min? my ',an ,, a n 4 l Make rl mimzke, Ken? Tloongln that bell would never ring! 1 2 'wwf H , l in 4 A , f 1 fue? f' f ?ig?22V?w6f fy? , , Zffff fn U ,f 4 Z oolo gg' Jznclentf? ?i9if?2g3?5f?o3olffjL1 ooo"' l V 2 Planning the fntnre. The ben bow of the day. ' 91,3 l H fn- Lucille K ellon gh Tom Lancaster Deanna C brutzne K err Peggy King Donna Kfemer mints 1951 Paula Lanfenzana Mary Kimfey Pat Landerx Carolyn Lane Roxana Leppe, Frank Lznczcome Karen Lmgle lady Little Michael McDaniel: Richard Lon g Dan Longfifetb Carolyn Mcflnalty George T. McCarty N oyce McGafitq1 emnrs 1951 Limla Kaye M cG0wa1z Perry A. McEnlyre Pbjfllif 191142 MfLfWgl9lin U7illiam McLaughlin J M Q oe . c uerry , -wffaaf ,ff, ., , , ,. -,,,, , f ff ffm ma,,f,,fW-,auf,,f!,,,fz,y0,f,f,f,frf,,f44f,,f-,,,ff, V: .X f,,, I ,fhf,ff If ,f,,f,, ,,,. , 7,. vw, X X Q ., 1 Carolyn Macari JoAnn Manga I0 Carql Marincci Nancy Mall lack Manef Margaret Mangiaracina emnrs 1951 Larry M arfb Sne Martzn Diane May Larry M eekgr GZ enda Michael Mary Lozrife Millan 23 'ff'--' f ffsff A Frank Miller Iamex M array Rachel Manger Gwenn Morton Ivbn R M055 enrurs 1951 H enrzetta 'Myerx Angel M ontex Terera Mnrtba joe Naxtan Playllix N atbam Elizabeth N ann X f Mary Sue Neal fwef NQZJOH Richard Oak! Vicki Ofborne Bob Packlaanz Bonnie Palmer mints 1951 Jeanette Paxcnzzi jim Paul Carolyn Paoleck Linda Pefkim Jerry Lee Perrine Kenneth Petty -I 01772 Paul Phillip! Yew V W- V fx-v-M W-- , Q 1 11 11 . .,. ,W , .,. 1 , ,,., ,.... A ,. A, -, 4.g5,,,.1f:.-X1 X, rv.,- ' bf: E 1 ,- ' 1- Y V ".. .C ,LQ.L'.L- 5.1 ,Juv ' 1. 'L - ,m,r:,'4 Q , -,,,,. -. . ,- -1- -- . 3,135 1- ,..-1 1 1 1 1 11 '1 1 1 1 1 , 1 A 1 1 Q I 1 1 1 1 1 1 ws 1 11 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , - 1 ,' 1 1 1 1 4 1 1-1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 11 T, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 ff' 1 W I 1 , 1 1 1 1 el 1 1 , W 1 1 ' I ' 1 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1 21 1 1 1 .:L, 1 11 1 1 1 K4 1 , 1. , 1 1 P 2111121 P 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 11, if '! .l Q, 1 11' I- 11 .11 1. ,, , , , 41- 1f1f:v1L ?'jff"f f f f .:L1w:Lz?, , f-ffgfgfqf 1 ' ' 1' 'f if f , 6 f ff 3' f 1 . ' - V N , H J., , - fm- f rf r -WN .-- ----,V--v-v-7. , --P , ,..,..,...,.,,.,.,.,., , ,V ' F-m 1 mf' ar g.-1-4?fa. JZ'-.. w','4 A- Lu-1,4 'wa I lane Pierce Dorothy Randazzo Judy Polykz Lmda Prartt 111491 Plwkelf Doug Rzcharrixon emurs 1951 Marnn Rzcono Gary Poole Darla Reed Mary Io Rzgalz Plozl Rmebart Terry Robert! M- -f -f f rf - --A "'q' 'N3"vf1Yf?YiY' . - , - Y .- - ' , .,,.. . ' , , NL- Q JA", ,,,Y,M'5g15K:'f:' 1 oi v X R1 f , 1 ! 1 1 4 , . A y 'N i I Ai v Doloref Rodriguez l , 4 fi Nj iw , I 1 I 4 Betty S ampfon 1 E XF g, V I i f ,gf ll! : ff sli if f 1 y ,1 I M y 4 if N w x ,Y i l f . 4 , L 1 Q3 ! : N 1 : .i, ! i ' 5 H? l , I 4 A '5.1,x4-fx R oxemary R otirzqztez Barbara Roxe Raymond Royyter Donna Joyce Robning emnrs 1951 lim Sander Steven Sounder! Gary S cbneider 28 Mme! 'Muff Laztgbtorz Sbatwel! Roger Shiner 'ul-"- 8 Mary Ann Shrrrmzte Woody Srmmom Elarrre Srrmett Pdf Smalley Borrme Srrmbezrser BIIIUIB Pat S mrtlr Dave Spoor 19151 Louis Springer Terry Smzth 1g,g,lM,.d H' Stagg Stephen 5mg,Qe.y Kenneth Stanton ,,,,,d,-, ,,,,, ,,.,..,g,.....-.-...-.,-T-.-W-,-2-W-,vie 29 , -, ,M f, T' Bruce Stegner S laaron Tenni: Joanna S targif Fred Sweeney Beverly S wzndler Indy Tlzompfon emnrs 1951 Jane Tixcbinfki Winifred Swain Jamey Tbompxon Harold Todd Edward Toffpon Mary Vglgdgz ' 'C f wfyi v ally? fwzrf fjif, f aw ,aaa 14417, f -ff-Q Andy Van C amp Elaine iWate1'man 2 Mary Velaxqnez Pat Vittorino Margaret Walz Sharon White mints 1951 Colleen Whztfon Virginia Veft Betty White Gina William! Richard Williamf PM Willif wr.- vm, ffgygg we X VXKINA 'H URTHE' H ech with thif dam Jpirit! ? f is You gugu can yell louder than Now hoyi, fin! you . . . than! K The Line - Up. Well now, let me think Welcome, Van HOW! l have the amwef! f J 2, f 3 K 1 , .4.,,,-:...,.4 , . -.- jim Aruierxorz Mary K ay C annum Mzcloael Anflerxon Mzldred Bowen 5191719011 Brace mints 19151 C brzftme C mbman Robert Bollinger Mildred Cbaudet Bill Cro ckett Gary D055 William Enochf Mum Gowey ' -1-ev'-rw' Y 7 ' f J, Linda H exlip jim Kloiher Michael Molina jim H oliman Lloyd lone: Robert Kimrey Iadith M oN ally emurs 1951 Stephen Marfh Ronnie Ihawa Elizabeth Landnyt Madeline Monteyano Ioan Moranville Anthony Mowedle jf, Denzel Nefelroad Neil Pace Io Anne Pelmenlere Judy Pzckell mints 1951 Carolyn Power BMW? S486 Ronald Sherpa, Clmrlef Stark Jgffy- Slepfgem Ronald Tinclall Judy Von Sickle -Yi we ,evo oo e ee.l 5111- e eel 1 1 1 . a 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 I i 1 ,r :N ' r Mike Vaughn Carl Wade Billie jean Wilfon Ken Wilma Bill Woodrow Dean Woody emnrs 1951 Jeanne Zzegler Barbara Boyce C berze Braclzear 36 1417221 Byrd Wznnre Byrne jim C1-,me Jim Dodyon Robert Ericfon Peter Gaiman Larry H whiny Glenda Goolxby BIIIUIB 1951 Larry J enkim Domznzc Mzcelz Judy J ensen Patfzcza Kzafdoo jane, Mohler john Moore Juanita Moreno .:....,. Gary N elmn Indy Towxe Carol Pariyi Patricia Shelton Karen Stanley mints 1951 Sandy U lricb Sharon Sayer! Frank Tnngett 38 Denniy Willard Rick Venie Larry Anbncbon Cliff Bifbop I Ronald Lee Bond Robert Ienkim 4515 4545 Vffrgmza Ellzfrm Sandra H mer Clyde H zll Henry Ploeger emurs 19151 Mary Ann Spraggs I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 4 I I I Larry Gorenc I' i , I . I ,I I I Janet Nash Q 1:1 4- 'T' Mzcbael Tbomax 'C' IW ,E , mints ni Pictured Ayrex, Dick Beavens, John Owen Benit, Thomaf Ronen Benoennto, Sam Briggr, Ioe Calfaf, Ronny Ray Cann, Sandra Cariddi, Larry Cafcone, Fred john Clark, Cecil Chapman, Jamey Clark, George Wayne Clark, Rath Ann Clementx, Sharon Kaye Cookley, Rohert William Coleman, Gary Lee Cook, Raymond Coole, Iamey Coomhef, Boh Coxtanza, Ioxeph Cumdiff, Calvin Loni: Cnrialf, Catherine Raye Deedx, john F. Denny, Charley Michael Driller, Anthony Fitzwater, Richard Frederica, Micheal Anthony Garner, Elizaheth Golding Gary Heigels, Terrance Lee Helm, john miie Jfli-Slim L9 arntaaa, ,ff ff Hickling, Howard Hnher, Marfha lnyclman, Donald jones, Daniel Lakey, Bennie Lancaxter, Helen Juanita McNally, Gary Medling, Iay Fay Nenhans, Gene Nigro, William O'Neal, Donglar Pace, Frank Parker, fame: Payne, Barry Pittenger, Chrirtina Rancci, Lydia Reherry, Ioe Rogerx, Kenneth Sappington, Warner D. Serrano, Anthony Timr, Connie Velarqne, Exter Watson, Bohhie Weifhach, Ronald Wheaton, Terrance Whipple, Iohn White, Sharon Whitley, Robert Wolf, john Woodrow, William Wyatt, Sharon Come in -- this is the darkroom. Now really, CaroLyn! ,.,, 1 gave my diet up ar a loxt cauxe. And tbix if what make: the girlx' heart: flutter? Dial., Bef! Girl Athlete C nrol Parisi 'I -I if-91 I I ll - Glrl Moxt Likely ro Succeed I Terry C rnrn er Ben Boy Student Terry Green U U Worst F latlerer Madeline Montemno Mon Popular Boy Ronald Bond Gzrl Who Hai Done Most For Northern! E Bzllze W folly Good Gif! jolly Good Boy Judy VnnSiz:kl 9 Ken Stanton eninr ,p wg cl X 1 gm' M051 Likely To Succeed Ray Cousin: U Beit Grrl Student Terry Cramer Ben? Boy Athlete Danny Longftrezlo ? , B031 Who Ha: Done Moft for Nortbeaxl Doug Ricloarclfon Mon? Popular Gzrl Iuciy Puckett Sociely Belle 50341 Lifm Madeline Montefano NOW? M5Gfmf9' KEEIIIIU -+- Bext Boy Bluffer Ken Stanton Mr, Ramquin really celebrated the big event, limit Eff GM 0000 . . . eeee . . . too much! Af' N .A. e 595 3 E e Keep the home fires burning, Mr. Box uergihing Ain? love grand, Judy? , , , ' ' Y ,- F ff . , ' , ' . fg , x ,I . 1, 1, V, - . X ff Q-"',M' ,.,.f. A.-.. . r x Q 'M' V X . ,. was . A .-, b ' ,. , 'ff 1 f, ., . if A434 'r M f f - ' . ' , . 4 A r , , J ,t-,,.A V , l kv , , I U ,- , 1 v .Z UILV . I i J , A K ja' I: o nf. -,S - , V . W ' - . L 'C' -..., ' , , , ' ' ' " e X' , F 1-4 . , L 4 i I in -2 nga . '. . A 1, :kr f . V ., Q . 1 . ' J 1 . , Q: A 5 ' Y., . 1 , H61 ,177 X9 V .11 Gb 5 fb . 3 f Gr, . 0 , , cy x gf , N 4 1 G 4 - - Ur-,1 "af . - f r., . Tk? A- sw , 7 . 1 -52 N ,h G ,I U I i E-,gy 5 l cd 's v , A . -Q.. gg , r' W , ,1 f wh, A, my in fx ' 5 f ' 2, 5 f 35-4 ' if , ' 'ysvgy wg f- 4 ,ff , 3 537 ' if We f ,W , ,, , 'S , J, in , 4 af ' fn vi, . f M! 2 f i Q , f htmvwuunsw, 1 X 4 mfr f f -4. , ,f U ' Pr' , y f , , , ' y K - ,,,.-f MM, I A.. 44.0, of -ew--vwgafig.-1a:9:'wz.1-V, sw z vs, - ,A Y 25 A AHHMPQ Vice-Principal Lg- CQIH magna Cillllriianna Principal I Q E 2 YJ-2 CX, if ggi' 'w We 5 5 We acquire knowledge from life and experience, hut the amount of knowledge we ohtain depends upon our teacherf. Their ahility to teach and their perxeuer- ance furtherf our education and helpx to rnold our liuef. Not only doex their joh call for teaching ahility and intelligence hut it al.ro requirey a dixciplined hand and an underftanding of youth. In a way, a teacher must he a part-time counxelor as well as an educator, But the actual joh of counieling if left to our counfelory. Through their guidance, we hecorne hetter Jtudentx and without their help and underxtanding we would he faced with rnany prohlernx. Confidering all these requirenientx, the faculty of Northeayt Senior High School if one of which we all can he proud. Edwin Nance A gnex Wendel Sam Pauiglia 4 l 33 i I l x 1 s Il! 11 i v i y 4 ly H li 1 f f V 1 i i 5 , 4 n xg A I Q w 47 If 1 Is I 1 3 W J W f p 1 v s V r w K V n ' -1. f l B' i -'-- f ' ' "?- 4.4 , W B -,ia YT:-135 - ' ' ,Q ... 4 . t t i - ef , tv eh' Cliff Abel Dwight Adcoch Boyx Phyfical Edizca- Zoology Biology, B pion, Track ton Literary Society if 31 X Q ' , tiill' K ' w if ' ' . JJ - "4 , 7, K K1 6 ,Vok, , Q ,t , ..,. I ,gf W f Aa 5 f , , t I If 7 I X , t g' Annahelle Bailey Alva Baker Shorthhznd, Secretarial Driverf' Education Practice , ,J r ff f A-V if 'fs Ellis Bahhit en- Biology, General Science S, Roland Banaha Hicrnan Science r' '1 David Becker Mary jane Berger William Bergfeldt Charley Bevanx Harry Biangg Drivers' Education French, Spanixh Speech, Dra t' Amefmw H if 50' , ' J ma ict . 3ff Band, Orcheftra World Hiftory, Anteri- can Pro hlemx ff' ' V , ' . l ta Q5 I , 83 , ' 'K ' ia ' 'Lx JP. g -S ' wg Q, , t 'ff 4' gigggt f by qmw. f ff A 'Y f I" 6 1 Q f nc 1 W, ov fc 3 4 . y ,, f e X 1 I 1 X t Za 1 ff ata! f S I. Rohert Browne Martha Lee Cain George Calvert World Hixtory, Englifh Girlr' Choricf, Boys' Cherniitry, N a t i o n al Art H E ' 48 Charm, Mixed Choritx Honor Society, Senior Omg conomzw S ponxor Charlotte Cannon Barhara C hafe gk, fi. M J V I , I -V , ,wr yay: 1, any ,, ff 1' ,ffl - ff f' f f f f '-'w..L.L,L- , . - 2 f. ., , .I-W' X jyhzk, :?i"f7.f', F 1 f . 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A 9 A 5, , 9. vs is., c ,Lin , - LA, ,, be I ..- Madalin Clough Nellie Cody Personal Typing Speech Sf "'2T'S??9-yi Anna Mae Cummings Cosette Davis David Day Family Living, Y-Teens Engliflb Pe? C1145 Citizen-"hifi Amefiffm Spgnygf Sponsor Problems Sam Doutt Careers' American His- tory, Boys' Physical Edu- cation f i V? x , ,,,x V , Leonard Garlick Mathematics .YW 'WL 2 Q 1' f , ' 'X 1 , 5ww,,,v ' pw 256 E i. 'i 1, ,Mir 11,1591 Gjlmofe Paul Dean Goodman , Chalmers Harris Sgt. Curtis Kerwefh Hawthorne English, General Math, Geom- Printing. R.O.T.C. 5075, Plfyfiffll Edfffflf gpfy, "B" Team Coaglgl tion, Head Football Coach. Anna H eimbaugh English. Emma jane Hughes Nurse. Charles Huhn Human Science, Head Basketball Coach. Lucille Iarus Home Economics. vw, fs- , ,,, ,K w f 1 Us " ff' A if 1. E Marvin Kintz 50 Algebra, Geometry. 4 f me f 1 1 .,,f ,. ., , V, 4 Edna ,lohannaber Librarian. h .,.- " ' N , Z' ,, ,g-,. , V f i Lucille King L a if i n, Latin Club Sponsor. ' lieu WJ We Jackson Larabee Virgil Leibold jak Luwhen Lube! Mcclure COE' Englifbs Cifizenfbip- Careers, World His- Senior Math Geom. ' V, PM f"'ffff ' '-'rf'f:Qffff'34.f.,Llf'!ff,f2' , tory, American Hisiory. elry, Algebm. Betty ,lean M cMillirt Clerical Practice, Typ- mg. 5 -G, 11 V " "iw ,t, - 47 lift " ,ir 3 J. A , . S .Q-1 f 1 , , , 7.1, 1 N. . ,, 717. X- - af V I A . XS- X f if f N ff 1 W 4 r if 9 ' , if .,:,,,, .,,v , ,I , X. ,QV 4 W. nf ' f , t, A i f f af ' :VV . a f 1. f' t . ' .A.4,..2,-.f.-46145:W M055 ft ta f , ' ' fr J ..f, t - 3' 4'-if? iff ' . fi yt ?-.pw ' ' ' ' ' , Eiffel Mfldivh Lou lean Moyer Lina Mzirriih Wflfltl Hixtory, Girls' Phyfical Edaca- Erzglifh. tion, Olympic czai 590111013 Cheerleader Advisor. Calvin N elxort Trigonometry, S 0 l i d Geometry, Phyxicx. William Pglh A mire Owen! Frarzcef Pichenf Girls' Phyxical Educa- Algebffl, Geneffll M4151 tion, Geometry. , 1" grim' V Dorothy Porter John Ram quilt American pmblembry Worlti'I-Iixtory, Ameri- Erzglixh, Courier Ad- Amerzggn 1-limwyy PW- can Hiftory, Alpha Lit- visor. chology. erary Society. G-lfffl Redford Bookkeeping, N o r t h- eart Society of Dehate. ky! -f.,.-,,.. , aiif , f W5 ,M ,- .- Q f I t.,.,,,?yf 4 , 4' 5 555 ' Z ..t, W W X ggi '45 fftfltlqf A fi? 5 f Melvin Reeve: Beverly Rieketu Vivian Robert: Engliyh, English. Speech. 51 Ivor R eefe World Hi.rto ry. W, H . , ,. W V 4 AVVA V . W M xanga - 1 r. ,f -.15 - 19 - Wx ' . . - , 2 V 'gf ff' ' f . . . .Qz ufgq ,I :Zap-X Y r- V ? I , V' fl K pm E, , I ,, , 1 ',e.",. , at "'W"T7 T , S I ' f 1 " , ,,,.. f v f - a f L:P9i5f-5521? i , f zz ,f.w,.,.5g,,g.,Q:q f, W - . ,X L ai F 5 'ffilifilxhgg I L - P Wea 't fiffffrff' 11- ' S ' ':1:Ifff5lf5'?i? ii.. t 'S-.,, Howard Rox.: Ralph Sheets Lucille Shepard Fina ShoreJ Richard Schuyler Finance, Commerce. Citizenyhip. A merican Hixtory, Girlx' PhyJical Educa- Vifiting Teacher. World Hiftory. tion. t L, H Clifford Simx Metal Shop, Artf. lnduxtrial Lowell Stafford Engliorh, Clioian Liter- ary Society. Robert Swohoda Ruff? Slfefltlef, Margaret Flagg, Lucille Haddock: Accompaniftx. Dorix Tarnanaha Englifb' Home Economic:-. ' , ' -'72 , ,,Au L, an f r , ' I 4 1,' , it Th ua' - . f - ' . RMA M E 37603177 Him, 11354712 U glzifrgtd M I EVZGLZ ' ll'f1lltZ Allen lVhiJamore Wallace Zackula ' UH 00 0 , e t a to an Electricity B io lo G ' . - . , gy eneral Wood Sho Id tial Theta Literary Society. Shop, Drafting. Shop, A.r.ri5tant Foot- Science. I Arg, pl n ui r hall C oach, 3311.3-x. Row One: Mrf. Ira Satton, M,-, R, F. Elliott, Mrf. Dglph Chatman, Mrs. john Sphaherg, Mrf. Doyle Nor- wood, Mry. Agnef Wendel. RW Two: Mrx. Clarence Carey, Mrf. john Tilhirry, Mrf. Richard Gihhonf, Mry. Gily Patterxon, Mrf. Harry Capell. Row Three: Mn, Norman Alexander, Mrf. Edward Reeye, Mrf. Rohert Legg, Mrf. Floyd Morre, Mrf. Morrix Quin- ley. 3Uihrarg Row One: Indy Bargio, Edna johannaher, Head Lihrariang jiidy Callahan. Row Two: Harriett Myery, L05 lonef, Prifeilla Jage- mfm, Lorraine Croafe, Childrenk Room Lihrar- WU Adele Toller. lllivg G9ffire Mrf. Betty Randazzo, Mrf Kathryn Keirnf, Mn Thelma Mafteller, Mn Evelyn Kennedy, Z Row One: Wilda Belt, Mary Toyne, Exsie Conftable, Martha Clark, Lucille Corneliux, Stella Brocato, Mary Bechtel, Jewell Puckett. Second N Nmx A x X s Q 1511 Q 7 ,f, ffl? Marg Shoemaker, Row: Floyd Ftnell Goldie Snyder, Robert Pearxon, Bernice Turley, Alice Coulfon, Mabel Converse, Mvrtif Badger, Dorothy Rogem, Lena Slauen, ,loxephine Brumrnel. g I-F , 5 15. l , A-:.v-:ig-, gil : ..- f .-If is 1 - V Q-,jg.,l.22'C5g1-.,-..,- gg.. ggi , h ,:,384.,-,pal -J, N-nt E fE,34Z3:5:fFf',f:':U k:L -hysig I -. ge- 5.-.X--1 ,-. --:- . .,1-..1:.::g:g3.7g1.:., ,Q g:g:1 5:5- Qiz-:-:-:-:-:-4--.-.-W k -- A -U. I - 4Lf:1:1:T'1"'I5, . k-- :-- 5- 3 : i'9r:':'1":':2 . t:: -1: - xx - x "'- 'Hg' -' -' tg. 11- : L.:- -Ef'5:g:,.1.,:g:f., 5 ... -H 5 I 2 K '-1' :ll P - XX - - - . 7 inzmrn P2131 Front Row: Bonnie Palmer, Barbara jonef, Linda Pruitt. Standing: Karol Jones, Howard Ron, Finance Officer. 'J H El l -P,-,,,.. 4-...W f 3-'Q,.,- 'F-7 f.-I X- 4 ,z ff f , J f!f???5 L Q , pnrin I 7 unthall X ,X ,. ..,. , A J.. .-ff ' 2:11 f. -H ,. ' Ziff z- z' L-fn fa t, . f 1' ,ima Q--M 1-J Bob Zitber - -'qqzlzi'-:3H'.-:tg 'f--1.1.-3.51 G.-','.-1. fp fwf . K X . yyyrt 7 1 tt 41 H115 ' I' .. ,W ,X , ' 00, if , V Ronnie Anderfon All City In All DiJtriet 2nd . ygwzgii f ,'.-- ,af -..- ,g,..::5555SffI55g 41:31:11:--.2::-'-..f,. ,Q fr fr, fwkft 1 . Barry Eddy All City 2nd Honorable Ment' ll Dan N exselroad 1131:-Q.. 431111: ' mi Zzifnwvz-x . 5 ,wwf " five:- :. H24 Site? ,,,f. en., ,. e, Meg:-f leaf '11--2. ,, , .ctw it W' V . 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W .1 ,. 1. , f ., 5139" in , , ,,l,1 , 7 zzl +L, Lincoln 6 Van Horn 7 Mannal 7 Wextp ort 7 Sontbweft 7 S ontb east 1 9 Eaxt 7 Terry Smitb G20 Q ,. Q ,.. '- '. 'TV wgu So ntb eaft East Sontbwext Paxeo Lincoln Central Weftp ort N ortbeaft Manual Van Horn rge Paxalicb ,.'.-,.:.-, ,. .'.-5. .-3.-.-,.'.-r. . -1- -'-- - - if s C Xkfcs QI? Qkilii QQ ' . was gg S - I 3.3:-5.g:-:-gS-:-gI-I-:I-I-' Z-3.-I-3.5!-3.3. :I-:--' vm.-,.-. ynvwv'-1' ' P' 'T-"" 1 '7 T"""' i'7"""":1f'.""':7"z-'W' ,1'fvf4"' vw -ff-'nf-,aff-f f-- 'w ,- wwf. -wr' fy , . 7, ,-t -4 - . V . . I ' '- ' . . ,SmE T. g.rm.w1.a,,w:-f.. ' 4 ,.f-fi -aw.,ffftfa,fWf,t.,,fa,?,,,t?2:f7ft,,nfon1,f,nmaemfaifnafmmrwfiefwawn'ma,w.waw M-V'-mf i W --M - ff -.w--'-f-'-- W-1-M' N f- -.--N -W. .um,w7....,,... ,-3111 5: 525'-' N011 Q ,-1.--1.-1.-at--1. X-, -ESQ rn- , 55 U E YN X xy x at xx X 3 1 f X f ,Sf L1 ' Jr. 5 .-V143 inie Anderxon City 1Jt Dixtrict 2nd 6 1 7 7 7 c 7 1 9 7 . frry Smith '. - - -. .Jn -.'. . - -- "7 J Q r Barry Eddy All City 2nd Honorable Mention District league S oath eaft East Sozithweft Pafeo Lincoln Central Weftp ort North eaft M annal Van Horn George Paxalich .-.32-, , .5-Q.: J ' :--:-:-- 7 .g-',-4 , 7 ., . -. . ,fo f ,-.. -,,gay!,4. K, ,V ,X . fjif "-'.'f- f :- Or . 3 . , , . ., , . if - f trfulr' Q-:M-4: .-H. an , . 3- , f - -IFF?" ., 4 , -f 1- . ,, ,W .f. - 5 -,Pai 1? '-ami.-. -.af .,-,E'?s,,,-., A-,-,-ye, ,ggi 4 . , , X' ' AA-. ".T.'il-fb , J 5fgGE1f55"JlM5t21j3'hPi-rw"--1"3f'-'f-Y'5:gf-1 '-if '41,-L-ff ,ff wg " SL-Q-1,,f ,, Boh Wixdom Honorable Mention All City Cliff Bishop Gary Coleman tandingg Coach Hawthorne 7-0-0 5-2-0 4-2-1 4-3-0 4-3-0 4-3-0 3-3-1 2-3-2 0-7-0 0-7-0 Dong Richardxon Ken Roger: Mike Frederico 'way-, ', -U Elf 'L - . . . f. -fa . 3 5...-:g jak K Q Q .,-..,-.4 45 Z .',".',:l 'PQ' A .. h e I 7.5.77 :Z-.,-.-..-u.. ....... All, Coach Goodman 1950-E1 -mv 7777777 "fm '7'77"i" 'W W 'A' W7 77' 7 ' 3 7 'LW '77 Y M777 7' Km 7 U First Row.' Bond, Nessehroad, Eddy, Smith, Ricono. Second Row.' Cole- man, Zuher, Wisdom, Anderson, Murray. Third Row: Iharra, Bishop, Rogers, McGarity, Pasalich, Fourth Row: Betz, Richardson, Chapman, Fredrico, Bouse. Fifth Row: Perrine, Hawkins, Copenhaver, Curtis, Galla- more. Sixth Row: French, Devero, johnson, Fairhanks. Seventh Row: Walters, Tamhorella, Blatt, Montes. Managers: Kienzle, Brumley, Iudy Van Sickle. 1 Although the overall Viking record this year proved to he mediocre in comparison to other years, the strength of the Vikings was shown hy the fact that they were successful in never losing a league game hy more than one touchdown. The season started with our first opponent, Lincoln, completing the winning touch- down in the last 53 seconds of the game. Thus the Van Horn Falcons fell as our first victims of the season, when they were defeated 14-0. The night Northeast met Manual they met their easi est opponent, winning 48-7. The next game, in turn, was our roughest. The Vikings tied West- port hy a score of 7-7. The following week N.E. tied Southwest 7-7, thus dimming the lndian's chance for first place. Southeastjs Knights scored 19 points in a terrific offensive play the last quarter, winning hy a close 19-16 victory. Our gala homecoming was overshadowed hy a dis- appointing loss to East, final score 7-0. North- east finished the season in sixth place with a 2-3-2 record. Fi'-'f ROW-' Rooney, Devers, Whitesell, Sanders, Couzens, Tolhert. Fourth Row: George, Languein, Dittrnar. lWinters. Johnson, Stephens, Cox, Michael, Zuher. Second Row: Price, Cupito, Tennill, Price, Cox, Bayless, Buffington. Fifth Roux' Hudson, Masteller, Bressrnan, Zander, Moroso, Lynn, Frag- Bledsoe, Greisen, Lindsey, Vieira, Montey, Sreygm, Higgins, 545054, Lord, Winstead. Third Row: Modrell, Reed, Misner, Brasfield, Sander, Morton. Clark, Trefz. Bethke, Walz, Marshall, Czeschin, Wilson, Hall, 58 , . ,,,.,,.A . L q L 046 7 ,,, , , , K 1' 1 fb Milf: , f- ,. ,Q , .M ,.,..,,A ,f ., ,, .. U V Aw., , W. .,.. -.. ,.,X.,.. W .1 , . Q, 4. ,z , 1 , , . 4.4. 'x , -- al-,N-My 1.,,fQ,,.f,- f.f-,ff-jq,,,,.f i eyaa. f I V . K s X league Standings 7-2 Gary Coleman 7-2 7-2 6-3 5-4 4-5 3-6 2-7 2-7 2-7 N orth eafl South eau M anual Central Sozrthw eu Eaft Lin col n Weflp orl Van Horn Pafeo Coach H ahn 60 ' " ' ' "' ww,-a--Q-ff .faya-fe-2-X---am-W.f7.,v., ,., ,- ' . - " " - ' f V: f ' "a-rz.'1Y' ff emgrw:-wwyw. J-,WW-,,, -,.,,,.., a. ., . -'-Q -.-Qs .1g.:,..v ',.L. " ' - ' - :V f - 5 - , " C , ff . .ff 44 -n.,-:,a6m.4,..me1v T ' o 1 f ' 01 41 jf? , f X an 1 I 1 f f f 4, 10 ,ing M ,, f, a ff I 2 f, f X X f V W 7 1 X af , 'N ff 1 f QQ , ' We -5559, - f f f 2 ' J , f ' f 'nf ,flav ,I ,fa f V, 'fl , ,, Z' ,f , ,. flifkf M0 V . W f ' . , W in-151 f f ' W WU, 'qs ,Zwaf-rl. gaZQ4W?W,W--w.,,,,,-af AMW! 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I I I I 5 E ,I i I I I I I I I I I I I I I Ii 'I I I I I i I I I E, I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . I I I I I Ii I r . . . . ' V VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM - First Row: Gary Coleman, Barrie Eddy, Darn Longstreth, Ronnie Anderson, Robert Ericson, Terry Smith. Second Row: Ronnie Bond, Orin Hiltner, Byron Eaton, Jim Murray, Martin Ricono, Ronnie Ibarra. iking Qlnurimen The 1960-61 edition of the Viking Basketeers was characterized by a great desire and determination to win. Starting the season without a returning regular, the Purple and White were short of experience, but by the start of league play had managed to gain enough poise, confidence and team play to carry them to a three-way tie for the Interscholastic League crown and the number seven spot in the Kansas City Star's "Top Ten" in the metropolitan area. A busy December found the Vikes holding their own in six tournament games plus wins over St. Iohn's and Westport along with a loss to DeLasalle. Toughened by this nine game background, North- east opened league play by defeating East 45-31. After a 53-46 loss to Manual, victories were scored over Van Horn, Southeast, and Lincoln before losing an overtime thriller to Central. Three straight victories over Paseo, Westport, and Southwest gave the hustling Vikes a share in the league championship. The unusual loss of seniors by graduation tends to darken next years picture. On hand to carry the North- east colors will be an above average group from this year's sophomore studded junior Varsity. The Iunior Varsity outlook too seems rosy, because of a strong freshman team, the first in Northeast history. .. IUNIOR VARSITY - First Row: Larry Van Sickle, Dale Kimble, John Moroso, Rex Stevens Rodney Masteller. Second Row: Bob Price, Frank Cox, joe Clark, Carl Enloe Mike Brasfield Tom Hudson. k ' 62 W L H 4 E I 1 i i ,a W, in ,a ,a 1 tl I 4, M E V ,S i, W l W I IN N Nl WI jl 4 12 i Y. m Wi 'N w W MI ,E lr 'i W 1 4 1 J arsitg ifrark Team . Row One: Larry Larabee, Dan Neuelroazl, Steve Brace, Frank Larry Meeker, john Helm, Jim Thompson, Jerry Anderxon, Tnngett, Bill Stinron, Dave Walter, Bruce Stnbbf: Row Two: Charley Owfley. Row Four: Coach Abel, Walter Cary, Charlex Dale Lightfoot, jim Chapman, Charlef Rothrock, Harvey French, Pete Gnfman, Rick Hnntfinger, Jay Bonxe. Kobel, Gary Goff, Steve Stalker. Row Three: john Carter, faq- I Q 1 i. A - . I 6 -: K F LB L D 1- 6 - - -," '- J I 5' C . A- .. - 1 Qi . J-plug. Q Q , fuss unnirg nam gow Ong-' BLU Shimon, HWW9' Kobel, Pefef Gltimfm, GMLV Gaunt, Ed Colnmbuf, Larry Larabee, Steve Brace, Coach 64 off, lo n Carter, Larry Meeker, Tony Externafn, Coach Abel. S1196-pf, - Row Two: Bruce Stubbf, Richard Griffith, Tom York, Bob Row One: York, Poe. Row T Thix i.r Yogi? cjuninr rank Team i i h Jerry Anderson, Row One: Coach Sheen. John Clniter, Nick Spear, Robert Kenton, Iarnex Pelerf, Phil Lindfey, Garry Michaels. Ed Colnrn 'ter Cary, Charlet York, Richard Griffith, Fred Gravetter Harold Barron, john hw, Row Three.' Boh Znher, Le: Avery, Danny Stephens Bonse. Poe. Row Two: Floyd Cronley, Gary Long, john Hotfon, Kirk Torn Eliff, Leo Tucker, Boh Gannt, lack Hudson. Hey Dale, wrong end! Thir ix Yogi? A , ff- .. , e Brace, Coach Ugl,.l7.,',-l9 Gracefulnen? K ff Donna Rohning Chrixtme Cityhman f are 1113 The 1960-1961 Northeaft cheerleaderf, all Jeniorf and fecond year cheerleaderf, added color and enthitfiafm to the gamef with their all-white itniformf contraxted hy purple lettery and afrmhandif. Oitr amhitioitf Viking cheerleaderf waxhed carf, cleaned hafementf, and did other odd johf to earn a portion of then' expenfef needed to attend the National Cheerleaderf Clinic held at the Illinoix State Unifuerfity in Normal, Illinoiy thier Jammer. Billie Wzljon Karen lone: Alternate Gllqf They hroitgi cheering techn tion of excelle Better .rchool J the gamer wax girlfg Sally Can Towfe, Donna Billie Wilson, affiftance of t Moyer. Hg aft cheerleaderx, ear cheerleaders, vi to the game: nf contraxted hy . Our ambition! zd cart, cleaned :dd johs to earn needed to attend Iflinic held at the Normal, Illinois Gllyeerlwrlers They hroitght hach many new cheery and cheering techniqitex, to add to the fine tradi- tion of excellent cheerleaderf at NortheaJt. Better Jchool Jpirit and larger attendance at the gamef wax Jztccefffnlly achieved hy there girly, Sally Camphell, Rexine Crawford, Indy Towxe, Donna Rohning, Chriftine Citfhman, Billie Wilfon, and Karen loner, with the auiftance of their Jponfor Min Lon Jean Moyer. r. f fl! Min M oyer ' we Sally Campbell V 1 y I l - nam Qllpzerlezrrlers Left to Rtght Sandy Manard Lznda Serre: Nancy Watt: Judz Laughlrn Rofre Durham Coohte Curtzx Sandra Shore! Everyone come to the Bteam game: and help cheer our future varxrty team: on to wctoryffp' Thu way the cry of the 1960 1961 B team cheerleaders who were choxen thu all The grrlr worked hard to learn new cheer: and .fecure unt orrm to cheer at the B team oot hall and hayhethall gamef Then unc arms conxtyted pwrple Jweaterx wtth large whtte emblems and whtte armhandf Dyed to match the fweaterf, were purple pleated coulottex, wtth whtte tmetf Thefe gtrlf contrthuted greatly to ramng tntereft tn the B team gamex and promotzng the J'Cb00l .rptrzt whtch wax dtfplayed at T on Dear" thtf year They were Iudz Laughlzn head cheerleader, C oohte Curtzf, Sandra Shoref, Rofte Durham, Sandy Man ard Nancy Watts, and Lznda Ser rex Thetr .fponxor and adwfor wax 0 Hawthorne 21, with white imets. ponlrihated greatly arent in the B-team romoting the Jchool if difplayeci at "Thou r. Iadi Laughlin: head- ookie Ciwtix, Sandra Darham, Sandy Maa- 'attJ, and' Linda Ser- mor and advisor wax ornef' ,xv-,,.. ,dy , ,ff -' ' fix Ki? 5 ' 1' . I M., 'ti W .f I I II II I .I I 'I I II II II II I I I II II I ,I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I 'I I I I I I I I I I I I I . I It i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I If I I I I A I Front Row. Left to Right: Sally Campbell, Rexine Crawford, Donna Rohning, Judy Towse-HC, Karen Jones-alternate, CheeChee Cushman, Billie Wilson. Second Row.' Suzanne Hatcher, Clara Davidson, Christy Sturnpf, Luanne Robins, Beverly Blair. Vicky Campbell, Rosie Serroque, Nancy Harbi- son, Pam Ashley. Third Row: Sharon Harrill, JoAnn Matthew, Linda Faler, Erma Thomas, Jane May, Shirley How- 13213 Qlluh OFFICERS. First Row: Carolyn Power, Presidentg Judy Puckett, Vice President. Second Row: Deanna Kerr, , Treasurerg Karen Brown, Secretary. ard, Linda Campbell, Pat McCue, Mary Ann Tuckfield. Fourth Row: Pat Vittorino, Barbara Ballew, Carol Lefeune, Mary Luce, Chris Graves, Toni Lancaster, Linda Pruitt, Jan Roberts, Judy Elliot, Judy Dethlefsen, Sherill Patterson, Fifth Row: Shirley Hilton, JoCarol Mariucci, Jan Schrik, Ann Hurst, Linda Burns, Peggy King, Karol Jones, Sue Jenkins, Kathy Britt, Nancy Butler, Pat Shelton, Miss Davis, sponsor. Perfect Formation! First Row: Judy Whitt, Betty Dy Ruth Miller, Susl lis Watt, Pat S Row: Linda Peep Judy Puckett, Jar Brown, Donna Mobley, Sheryl Hinds, Barbara Bc Trudy Gibborzs,I Deanna Kerr, Pat nalea Bronson, Ch Brislin, Carolyn PI ell, Sue Neal, Elizabeth Landuyt Sue Feindel, Kathi IWeedrnan, Jan L Slavens, Nancy , Naylor, Georgia Tessa Reese, Linda Lee, Elaine Corbett I I I kfield. Fourth eJeune, Mary Jan Robertx, Fifth Row: Ann Hurft, nkins, Kathy onfor. :t Formation! First Row: Judy Setzer, Phyllix Whitt, Betty Dye, Lynda Friedly, Ruth Miller, Suxan Meehan, Phyl- lis Watt, Pat Steinberg. Second Row: Linda Peeplex, Lucy Shull, Judy Puckett, Jane Pierce, Karen Brown, Donna Jonef, Norma Mobley, Sheryl Terry, Florence Hindx, Barbara Boyce. Third Row: Trudy Gibbonc, Carole Null, Deanna Kerr, Patti Dowell, Con- nalea Bronxon, Cheri Jonex, Sandy Brixlin, Carolyn Power, Judy Pick- ell, Sue Neal, Sharon Tennix, Elizabeth Landuyt. Fourth Row: Sue Feindel, Kathryn Bryson, Gail Weedman, Jan Lappine, SueAnn Slauenx, Nancy Jenkinx, Donna N a y l 0 r, Georgianna Oberkrom, Testa Reefe, Linda Altergott, Vicki Lee, Elaine Corbett, Diane Minear. Firxt Roux' Sandy ludlldfd. Cheryl Curtiy, Nancy Wally, Judi Laugh- lin, HC, Rofie Durham, Linda Serref, Sondra Shoref. .Second Row: Sherry Wforkman, Carolyn Mon- teJano, Madeline Montefano, Pat Hurley, Charleen Prozfinge, Mary Jane Collara, Sharon Lifk, Dianne Williamx, Joanna Stnrgix. Third Row: JoElla Thurcton, Donna Goodpaftor, Joyce Martin, Ruth Bennett, Donna Mertenf, Linda Kellner, Deanna Peterfon, Tana Lang, Vicki Wfinterx, Lynda Smith. Fourth Row: Patricia Como, Judy Chafe, Jean Slater, Judy Baker, Donna Jane Hunt, Mary Lynn Woodhull, Karen Glam, Mary Alice Kimfey, Deena Caton, Car- olyn Macari. Fifth Row: Nanc lVallace, Linda Sue Smith J' , Glenda Galbraith, Barbara Carlo, Becky Wollard, Kathy Harlan, Judy Gahm, Jane Tifchinfki, Connie Edwardx, Judy S mi th, Sutan Thomas. Firxt Row: Jane Giddenx, Phyllil Pearce, Connie Slicker. Sandra 0'Neal, Mary J 0 Rigali, Donna A nd erm n, S haro n K och. S eco nd Roux' Carolyn DeShazer, Janet Alexander, Lexley Sebaftian, Joan Krutor, Snady Beck, Sheila Faherty, Joanne Brown, Melody Baker, Linda Laxater. Third Roux' Juanita Butler, Margaret Butler, Jennet Bryant, Sharon Butner, Elaine Wiebeck, Sharon Hull, Lynda Oliver, Linda Bellamy, Sharon Bartlett. Fourth Row, Ryplj Rob. ertf, Barbara Hunter, Sue Bealmear, Sharon Hall, Judy Adarnt, Julie Legefr Jennifer George, Linda Lentz, JoAnn B. Mange, Elaine W. Hicklin, Carol Garfield. 71 if 1- I I II Ii I II I II I I EI TI Il II I I I I l I II II II I I I I I I I I I ' I I 3 I I I I I I 'I 'I I I I I I In I I I I I I I I I I. I I I I I I I 1, I I I I I I I I" I I I I I I I I II, i -1.1 1. , 16.2-f.. I I "- A ' I .vggg " fi- , s. ff XX .X I aff .QQ N xxxx U,Qv,ILf M- gwffrw, ,, if WWI f Ziff' QW ff f V '4f74!' M If I W I , QI 'fl I X 4, M, ,, .asf ZZ' W , I 'W ' , ww f 'L 5 ,, Anyom , , " I' fjjfiw ' 3z!f'f,,h+:' fy wg " ,?uZJ'C'h' I QI 5 :ff gi, mfwla., 'fi i'-'ww:-rn-- Le1'J .fee the ig Q31 nfnrmzxls Coffee, tea 07 milk? 477' Anyone elxe for a ride? C'mon legf, hup, two, three. four .... C-C-Careful! Hey, look at that moolah! Gnem what . . . We're having a rummage Jale! . f ' h Let'J .ree lho.re flapyachf fly! Hel' you forgo, I 6 panraheJ.' L. ide Ftrxt Row Elizabeth Landuyt Linda SerreJ Christie Sturnph Calef lean Krugar Linda Altergott Dorthy Buckingham joAnna Sturgif Lola Willtarnx Pam Afhley Nancy Harbunron Third Row Glenda Gailbraith jean Slater Linda Bufrnx Linda King Sharon Harrill Second Row Sharon Coach Ioan Mary Woodhull Lunda Mcoioan Linda Smith Judy Iohnxon Krufor Claran Schmidt Anne Brookf Linda Lentz jackie Iudy Towce Sandy Ulrich Susan Hatcher nal 0111111 The 19601961 year began or the Seal Club with the flurry and ruxh of planning a formal initiation ban quet, olloufed by an hilarious informal initiation in the pool roorn The all euent, held at Marguaretak on the Plaza, feruing Juch delighty af Taco: and Tortilla! ha: become an annual euent and war enjoyed by all A ter the Jernearter, preparation began in anticipation of a racing rneet held in March rorn which .fix proud winnery emerged uictoriouf with frnall gold trophiex FIRST SEMESTER-Firxt Row, Left to Right: Anne Broolax. Trearurerg Nancy I-Iarbinmn, Secretary. Second The girly worked long and hard or the prefentation 0 their annual fynchronized Jufirnrning shout held in the latter part of May Thi: euent, begun laft year, way the highlight of the year and required hourx o practice to rnahe it a .ruccesf Altogether the year proved to be an exciting one or the Seal Club, under the capable leaderfhip o their new Jponfor, Min Oweny I Q a A i SECOND SEMESTER - Firft Row: Sharon Harrill, Sec- retaryf Nancy Harbinfon, Prexident. Second Roux' Sandy Roux' Sandy Ulrich, Vice-Prefidenty Judy Touue, Prefident. Ulrich, Vice-Prefident' Dofthy Buckingham Treafurer. X wg S fl X. 55313 . .X .K KR X - 1 1 T QS 76 'ek , no , -A Buckingham r Linda Barns h Indy Iohnxon or the prefentation g Jhow held in the z layt year, wax the ann of practice to an exciting one 07 whip of their new Sharon H ani!! , S ec Second Row: Sandy ogham, Treaxurer A lit, elif ,a , 4 ' f. '7 ' haw ' , Khin gif , 'f fx tiff ' , he ' M if , a ' Q4 -r , W G X aiwlyf 7' I .if r Q1 Fiut Row: Carolyn Power, Carol Parixi, Elaine Sinnett, Caroyln DeShazer, Sue Feindel, Judy jonef, Juanita Butler, Phyllif Whitt, Micheal Anderxon, Second Row: Carol Acord, Karen jonef. Judy Puckett, Deanna Kerr, Carol Garfield, Elaine Hichlin, Sandy Manard, Donna Hunt, Min Moyer. Third Row: Sufan Wedernier, Gladyx Glenn, Mary Campbell, Sue Synoviec, Mary Moore, Linnie Eadf, Donna Polley, Nancy Mall. Girls' paris The Girly' Sporty of the 1960-61 year were again largely taken over hy the Jpecial 7th hour gym clafJeJ, taught, thif year, hy Min Moyer and Mrf. Oweny. The zfariouf fportf which were Jtudied and perfected, ranged from hochey, haxhethall, uolleyhall, and fofthall to had- nzinton, Jynchronized Jwininiing, and riflery. Northeaxt girly made their .fhowing at three :portf- dayf thif year. The firft Jportfday -which way hockey wax rained out. So af to give the girlf a chance to play an oppofing team, N ortheayt entertained Van Horn on our own field. Volleyhall and Jofthall Jportfday came without any niixhapf. Firft Roux' Linda King, Lola Wfilliarnf, JoAnn Mathew, Chri.rty Sturnpf, Ioan Krumr, Nancfy Harhimn, Sharon Harrill, Roxe Durham. Second Row: Sandy Ulrich, Dorothy Buckingham, Mary Ann Tuchfield, Linda Serref, Betty McClanahan, Linda Lentz, Iennet Bryant. Third Row: Mariann Sledd, Linda Burm, Suxan Thontaf, Judy Towfe, Margaret Vochaxter, Judy johnxon, jackie Eirlx. Firxt Row: j Donna Hunt, Elaine Sinnett, Carolyn Powe Glenn, Marily One of the annual Ir exceptionally the .feniorx w Af the y 4- Firft Row: Mar Second Row: C Nancy Mall. ffm ,gf A 4 , 3 6 , , iv ' 1 iv., 5 ,. V .,, , 7? 3 - Z F 54 We 9 V I ,I ng at three :portf- which way hockey lx a chance to play ned Van Horn on all .fportfday came 7 'J' J 77 1 ' af undef fauna' 1 Firxt Row: Juanita Butler, Carol Parixi, Judy Puckett, Donna Hunt, Sue Feindel. Second Row: Nancy Mall, Elaine Sinnett, Judy Jonex, Mary Campbell, Phyllix Whitt, Carolyn Power. Third Row: Micheal Anderton, Gladyy Glenn, Marilyn Neptune, Mary Moore, Sandy Manard. Qlilnrkeg Spurisdag One of the moxt important eventf thi! year wa: the annual Jr. vc Sr. Bafkethall Game. Both teamx were exceptionally well matched and it way a cloxe victory for the .reniorf who won. AJ the year came to a clofe, a Jpecial auemhly wa: 4-'Hear in iimrrl Firxt Row: Mary Jo Rigali, Judy Puckett, Juanita Butler. Second Row: Carol Parixi, Carolyn Power, Deanna Kerr, Nancy Mall. mfy,,,,,.,,,,,,,, wwf M' 1 ' . Firxt Row: Sufan Wedenzier, Nancy Mall, Carol Pariri, Donna Hunt, Sandy Manard, Judy Towfe. Second Row: Carol Acord, Judy Jonex, Micheal Anderxon, Phyllif Whitt, Sue Feindel, Sue Synoviec. askeihall Spurizrlag held, in which the 4-year pin winnerf and 3-year letter winner! were given their awardx. The girlf who received thefe award: were indeed proud and hecaufe of their conftant diligence, in the N ortheaft intramural program, had every right to he juyt that. 3-Hear 'Qlleiter inard Firxt Row.' Anderson, Sinnett, Neptune, Weedman, Bryant Feindel. Second Row: Polley, Wedemier, Manard, Hunt Potty. Third Row: Glenn, Kruxor, Jorfey, Synoviec, Moore, Campbell. I I B.. , ' 7271 an YQ, K , 1 fur!-..,vw. , L, ff nf ff ' ., "W , I ,J ,' aff' 2 , 'f , 3 'ff 2 Firxt Row: Judy Towxe, Carol Acord, Carol Garfield. Second Row: Micheal Anderson, Juanita Butler, Judy jones, Carolyn Power. Third Row: Nancy Mall, Carol Parisi, Judy Puckett, Deanna Kerr, Karen Ionex. I 6' P asknihall Game mints Firft Row: Suxan Wedemier, Sue Feindel, Lynnie Roxe. Second Row: Donna Hunt, Mary Ann Tuchfield, Gail W'eedrnan, Marilyn Neptune, Phyllis Whitt. Third Row: Sandy Manard, Sue Synouiec, Mary Campbell, joan Kruxor, ludi Laughlin. muniurs :Si ,153 X f , my ' W af riinitira c '92, , 4' P K9 , " . 1 3 -ii' JQX Doug Richardson, Prefidentg Terry Smith, Second! Vice-Preyidentf Karen Brown, All-City Reprexentatioeg Karen Ionex, Secretary, Billie Wilton, Firft Vice-Prefidentg Karol Jonef, Reporter. Student Glnunril fl9ffin:ers and 'fgunlg Of the orgi ix the Student from each home clan, it giver th officialf. With pofyihle way, thi fectioe joh. 01 Firft Row: Pauline Parker, Sue Feindel, Rosetta Renfro, Barhara Dorman, Paula Laurenzana, Mary Velafquez, Violet Martin, Barhara Rofe, Vera Bottora, Mary Bare, Norma Briar, Carolyn Dexhazer. Second Row: Karen jones, Donna Huntinhockee, Tetsa Reefe, Pat Turner, Diana Riddle, Henrietta Don, Linda McClain, jackie Shepherd, JoAnn Spinello, Margaret Delixio, Rofeann Brogoto, Loretta Rixaluato, Bill Wilron. Third Row: Karen Brown, Peggy Briant, Dianne Thompron, Bonnie Cohh, Sherry Cookerly, Marianne Sledd, Ann Hunt, Connie Evoritt, Keith 1 82 Schweer, Irwin Sana, Carl Raft, Gary Blatt, joe Brown, Sally Campbell. Fourth Row.' Karol Jonex, Deanna Kerr, Doug Rich- ardxon, Jack Hadron, Boh Wixdonz, Noyce McGarity, Rick Venie, Howard Griffith, Ray Couxinf, Rink Burnell, Dick Rohhinx, Janet Brown. Fifth Row: .lim Paul, Larry Larahee, Frank Cox, Larry Vieira, Raymond Dawxon, Gene Gillogly, jerry Anderton, Byron Eaton, Iofe Moutex, Laughton Shatxwell, Ken Allen, Dwight Covell, Sponyor, Mr. Nance. , ,, , ,. , ,f . , 7, V , ,A , , 3, ,,,, ,, 11-1,,, . ..,5,,f, ,.., , , ,V A. ,.-,,, . , , , , ., . . , , , ,, V, , , , ,L f, , ,, f f, f .yin w, ,M f' ta, pn 4 fmt-. f H ' f f, ,,, ,f,, I ,,,,t,,.f,f-t,,f ,, f reoifion of the I 4 1 .Bm "And I think that we .rhould do thi!!" Of the organization! at Northea!t, the mo!t valuahle if the Student Council. Compo!ed of a repre!entative from each homeroom plu! elected officer! from the !enior CZLZIJ, it give! the !tudent! of the !chool a voice with the .ry!tem that had heen in u!e for thirty year! wa! ohsolete I0 the nece!!ary change! were made. The Student Council al!o did much to make Homecoming and the Home- coming Dance a great !ucce!!. The half-time parade, the Joe Brown, Sally Kerr, Doug Rich- Rick Venie Dick Rohhvns, janet , Frank Cox, Larry rry Anderfon, Byron Ken Allen, Dwight official! With it! goal of improving the !chool in any pouihle way, thi! year'! council ha! certainly done an ef- fectwe joh. One of the major improvement! wa! the revi!ion of the method of electing Clclfj' officer! The ix heautiful decoration! at the dance, and the white mum cor!age! added much to the gala event. Under the guidance of the pre!ident and the new !pon!or, Mr. Nance, the Council ha! !erved it! function well. "Keep Smiling . .... hrrrrrrrrf' 83 4 Z! -Q A ,1 1 1 it . 5 Q' f 0 u a V n t r r t w u u K r 1 Karen Brown, Secretaryf Terry Jreen, Preridentg Terry Cramer, Treasufrerj Ronnie Dayton, Vice-President. airnnal 4 Throughout the high Jchool yeah, there are ftudentf who, hecaufe 0 their ahility and perxixtence, dixtinguifh themfeluef. AJ a reward for their recognized excellence, the aculty of the high Jchool during their junior or .ren- ior year .relectf them to memheryhip in the National Honor Society. The candidatef for memherxhip are judged on the hafif o four thingJ,' fcholarrfhip, leader- Jhip, character, and .reroiceg and after careful confidera- "Climbing to .rucce.r.r." nnnr nninig tion the fortunate one: are chofen. After their notifica- tion they are prefented in an Afhremhly hefore the entire Student Body. After the traditional ceremony, they he- come memherx of a nationwide organization. The familiar pin of the torch againxt the background of the Jhield may he proudly worn anywhere hy these dix- tinguiyhed Jtudents. , .,,,,,l.? i - .vf,tf,f. M , Firxt Row: C dazzo, Joanna Iudy Dethlefx In 1958 part in traffin Glennon High Northeaxt You the group af e betterment of t youth. Throug effective wayf I 84 Fifi! RUU'-' Janet! D0fmf1?1, Terry Cramer. Judy Puckett, Third Row.'Ste11e Saunderf Terry Green Ronnie Dayton Ray Bill Mclau hlin, V1 : r 1 ' g 1 Second Row: Karen Brown, Donna Rohning, Deanna Kerr, Couxins. Ahfent: Janie Pierce. lofinm, g,,,,giL Sec, . . , .. wwf ,, - .1 ., ., , , ,, , , V , tw: ,,-My it-Af.-,W,,,.,f,.,,,,,7 ,,,,,,-,,,,z7,f- -it ,, ,K -ew . -.,. . T .-., c f.. - ,-M, Mfg U.,-V J , j?,f1v+,fJ'e' 4: ' 1 -. ' y I ' M - ' 'wt 1',QW-,f.,frtr'ff,ffy5,,fygygtifvl, t.,wLa',:f-tsf:,'f' fwzff-,M:t?,,,a,:ftfifcwffzw, fM:f.,,t::' f, -v' -, 4-:, ft f f f U V Dayton Ray Bill McLaughltn, Vice-Preftdentg Doug Boyd, Prexidentg lflfinna Sturgis, Secretaryg Dorothy Randazzo, Treafurer. Firft Row: Carole Null, Madeline Monte D hi JR Jano, orot y an- Donna Rohning. Third Row: Dan Longxtreth, Willie Anderson, dazzo, Joanna Sturgiy, Janet Mohler, Judy Puckett Second Row' Gary Coleman Ray Cou.rin.r Dou Bo d Bill Ca ell Mari ' ' f 1 8 9' 1 P 1 5 71 Judy Dethlefxen, Judy Van Sickle, Judy Setzer, Donfna Anderxon, Ricono, Cliff Biyhop. nrihwsi 121111111 Gluuri In 1958, recognizing the need for youth to take part in traffic Jafety, the .ftudentf of Northeayt and Glennon High School: handed together to form the Northeayt Youth Council and Court. The idea behind the group ay effectively Jtated in the conftitution ix the betterment of the N ortheaft area in all wayf af regardy itx youth. Through Jpeaherf and Jtudy, the Council learn: of effective wayf to further traffic .fafety while the Court functionx in much the manner of an actual court. Stu- dentf who commit traffic offenyef appear before the Court and voluntarily take the punifhment decided upon. The idea of Jtudentx punifhing themfelvef for their own traffic violationf, thu: :howing their interext, if ex- cellentg and thi: organization if a real anet to the com- munity. ' 'Two weekx without a car." 'Tl 1 7 The trite Jtory hehincl the 1961 'I C Nor'eaJter coiilcl never he told in wordf - therefore, we prefent it , in pictiiref. Keeping hwy in her corner is Karen Brown fStory Editorj. Ahove: john Ericsfonf Busineu Managerl watches our financial Jtatuf. Below: With hriuh in hand, Ken Stanton fArt Editorj finifhex a page. - in lance to a Jtaff rnernherbf Jagger- jane Pierce IEzlitorQ keeps a careful eye M12 Dfdh-6 fAd11if0fl 851105 'W 4PP'01" on the Jtaff. 3 3 tion. A501165 Judy Town everyone from Ian Ahooe: Selecting picture: forthe hook ii Iirn Paul CPicture Editorj. Below Left: Photographer Ronnie Dayton rnixef chemical: in the darkroom. Below Right: Showing in how to .rntile ix Bruce Goldyrnith, photographer. 4 5 E 3 v. E N A S 137 asinr rorl give: an approv- taff member'J Juggef- Editorj. Below Left: vom. Below Right.' 1951 Staff Left: Judy Puckett check: a layout mat, Above: jan Dorman 9 f ' fA5JiJtant Buxinexs Managerj waits for inytrugfigm, A P 9 I , Above: Judy Towxe Jtopf work to check on the Jpelling of a word. Center.' A :mile for everyone from Ian Robertf. Right: Carolyn Power feelx thir if no time for clowning. SPECIAL CREDITS jim Paul, Cover Defigng Ken Stanton, lmicie Designg Orin Hiltner and Judy Puchettk Divi- Jion Page Mocielxg Pech'J Studio, Senior Pictures. 1. ' C- r-- .-. ,N..,,q,x: .4 ,C !fE c.,- N Left: Donna Rohning lend: a help- P ing band. Right: Deanna Kerr bufily filef carbon paper. . U, gggg- -1 r - 1-if - -Li U-Til-12851 nigh uni, Kansai .- I ' '- "- 'Q-, .STAFF -First Row: Ken Staton, janet Mohler, Joanna Sturgir, Madeline Monterano, Billie lWil.ron, Karen jones, Mir. Ranqaixt, Advisor. Second Row: Carol Parisi, Marilyn Smith, Sandy Ulriclo. lady Baker, Toni Lanxarter. Third Row: Carolyn Macari, Lynda Smith. Dorothy Randazzo, Juanita Butler, janet Alexander, Foarlla Row: Dan Longstreih, Neil Pace, Bill Capell, lWalt Vregacla, Noyce McGarity. Gotta make that deadline! Every other Friday shortly after the beginning of fourth hour, a curi- ous quiet settles over school and stu- dents are seen with faces buried be- hind a large paper. The latest issue of the Coarier has just been distrib- uted. The quiet doesn't last long though because everyone has to dis- cuss the news in the Coiirier. This year the paper reached a new high in quality and the position it holds in the school. As the repre- sentative of the opinions of the stu- dent body and its activities, and as a ready source of humor, the C oarier is an outstanding newspaper. The work of the staff is an excellent example of combining effectively fun, work, and learning. Superzfifion? The print Hague, lax: :ani igh Sth mul, Kansas Glitg, U, ' 'mul Xl-H Friday shortly after fourth hour, a curi- over school and stu- ith faces buried be- er. The latest issue as just been distrib- rt doesn't last long everyone has to dis- n the Courier. : paper reached a lity and the position hool. As the repre- opinions of the stu- ts activities, and as ' humor, the Courier ,g newspaper. The aff is an excellent rnbining effectively earning. L F , 1 I In anemia The printing preff if iz fairly rimple rrzechanirm? Wh 4 ! , .1 y crm? I get the darn thing to work? BOSSES-first Row: Noyce McGarity, General Mrzmzgerg JoAnn Marrge, Editor-in-Claief: 1. Capell, Sportr Editor. Second Roux' Toni Lancafter, Bufinerf Mrzmzgerg Ken Strztorz, Feazure Edfmff' DOVOUYJ' Rrrlddzzo, Cifwlatiori Miznagerg Lynda Smith, Newf Editor. ,,. px, 9 BW.. u V, ,dx "' --r V T i z 5 , . 5 I U . .v 1 , i 4 1 sl 7 Iivwmw X 2-L HI-Y OFFIC Prefidenlg R4 Second Row: Armf. Third A C 'a 0 O O K-W 'Y'v- . , ' , , A M -'Q-If HI-Y OFFICERS-Firfl Row, Left to Right: Douglas Richardson, Pfresidenlf Ronald Bond, Vice-Pre.rident,' Robert Ericmn, Secretary. Second Row: .Ronald Anderxon, Treamrerg Martin Ricono, Sgtr-ar Army. Third Row: Noyce McGarily, Chaplain. ffiv 5 3 ' i I Firft Row, Left to Right: Richard Ayref. Second Row: Barry Eddy, Ken Wilfon. Third Row: Frank Leocardie, l1Villiarn Anderson, jameJ Crane, Doug Richardfon. Fourth Roux' Bill McLaughlin. Doug Boyd, Noyce McGarity, Ronald Bond, jim Thompxon. Fifth Row: jim Paul, Richard Betz. Orin Hiltner, Jim Anderfon, Roherl Ericfon, Marlin Ricono, Ronald Arzderxon, Gary Coleman. 91 , f' ,-- .,a. 1 I i f 5 ! 3 x f I 2 I i v X Y 2 I E ! I E S z E i I 1 . I F , . I E L 14 I 'E i a S e 7 i rx F i E 9 E 5 A r E K 1 92 What will we do with our money? This seemed to he higgest treasury of any Y group. Besides working on Q rummage sales, chili suppers and other projects, the girls did a lot to help others. Among these service projects 0 0 was an Easter party given to the children at Mercy H ospi- r I- I- JI I tal. Learning ahout fashion, parties, and the vices of the world, the girls enjoyed a fun-loving, eventful year. 1 a problem this year as the Sr. Tri-Hi-Y girls had the 5 OFFICERS-First Row: Karen jones, Reporter, Billie W'ilson, Chaplain, Karole Iones, Treasurer. Second Row: Anne Brooks, President, Second Semester, Carolyn Power, Vice- President, Second Semester. Top Row: Deanna Kerr, President, First Semester. First Row: Madeline Montesano. Second Row: Winnie Byrne, jones, Toni Lancaster, Anne Brooks, Sue Neal, Karen Iones, Pat Janet Moler, Linda Iliff, Billie Wilson, Margaret W'altz. Third Vittorino, Io Carol Marucci, Deanna Kerr. Top Row.' Peggy Row: Mildred Chaudet, Carolyn Power, Ianice Anderson, Judy Briant, Carol Garfield, JoAnn Mange, Gina Williams, Ianet Van Sickle, Judy Pucett, Juanita Butler. Fourth Row: Karole Alexander, Ruth Bennett, Donna Rohning, Judy Towse. ' :mint Sflnfurnwlz Q Q X J 1 1 r - lg' x fl 51, ' 1'-.1415 195J"lfL L rl, Karen Ionex, Pat Top Row: Peggy za Williams, janet udy Towxe. 'z ' 552.1 21 SI L, ,Q ,251 se ..,, , L fd: kgfx Ps Y fifcs Q 5 .L. ov' :43y3'5v.. ' 'B 'FY tf::g4-?.5...:. Etjaviggqligx 9-:ZZ zzifg gi ?2f.'G"'ii2Zf-'kr32. -- -1.-1-.-1 -fer W '-15?-!Q,I?5gx . ' 1 1 .ch if 41' -. yr ANQN 8,815 'ffbfffly :'?.h,jgg',17 w QJ 'Nb,4 , ffl 'x' 5 1' :V 'ZESQQV 'flew 'EE' ,I Q. 'b J., 'V' "afa- f-3.9?2'. ' L3 H .ing -4' 'JJ "Sn J7117'w'zb' Av'1'f1fi:f-4- I 1 '1- 1 ' M31 flbyf 9:4 -1 -' .','Q.g:' 'U '-11 3 . JA., . v 1 V fi S1 Pl il YN T, ll S4 li .21 ii H Q: 15 '55 if ji ,a 1 t,, A E E we 'I ,I yi I T: ii I l 'I 'S Qi if yn ,s if E I 1 E E T e If ad H if 1 Qi ,i 3 L51 M ll ,! VY H 5: I :E 35 M W SU 44 ji x Aw! .G ,I F tl 5 Hnninr '- Firft Row: Left to Right.' Joe Brown, Chaplaing Dale Lightfoot, Treasurerg Boh Wixdorn, Prexi- dentg Irwin Sano, Vice-Prefidentg Bill Stinxon, Secretary, Patrick Montez. Second Row: Lonnie Copenhaoer, Wayne Skiles, Kirk Kenton, John Rooney, Gene Schnake, Jerry Snider, Third Row: joe Tarnhorella, Boh Ron, Mike Garrixon, Phil Hamilton, Boh Legg, Karl Kennedy. , ul Rr ' 1 lf .I L' sY ,IH 'L K P 9 9 O ,Humor rr- - First Row, Left to Right: Linda Trnhy, Chaplainy Lucy Shall, Presidentg Beverly Blair. Sgt-at-Armsf Cheryl Cnrtif, Secretary-Treaxnrerg Judy Gahrn, Vice-Prefident. Second Row: Carole Null, Judy Defhleflett, litdy Setzer, Linda Lentz, Diana Byery, Indy Baker, Patricia Hurley. 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Second Ron" Pam Rirhel Elaine Corhetl, Jan Lappine, Diane Toni, Sandra ShoreJ.' Third Roux' Gretchen Hachel, Cheri jonef, Patil Bellanti, Ruth Rohertf, Margaret Butler. i Q. Firft Row: Jady fahlechi, Sandy Szanfield, Linda Bellamy, Lynef, Milf? Ingvld. Tbifd Row: John Efiwtron, Tom Elliff, Connie Eoorizt, Ian Sehrih, Marilyn Sell. Second Row: Dianne Dwight Covell, Fred D0WlldJ071, LWW2 Mflffifl, Will! Bregoch. Williarnx, lady Smith, Shirley Hilton,-Suzanne Haxher, Indy Cal Hodge. General i-WE ri- i- ,.. . . .,. . .. ,....C.......,, ,.,.. ...N , W., .,.1,,,., ,. . , .,.,.,E.,!.. ,, ,, 7,.,, ,,,,,---,M .. ,,.X, ., ,. , , , , f f my , , , y,ff,f,,' ' at . ,'w'P'gr '- fwf.ff'Lffw,,f,-fp. ffg,fff'if,f?,Q2"' '9ff,?,'ff Qf fff ffm ,' if ' 'f CY' 5, fi' fr I TRI-HI-Y OFFICERS- Firft Row: Marilyn Sell, Prefi- denlj Connie Enoritt, Vice- Prexident. Second Row: Iudy3 Lynex, Chaplain, lady Jah- lechi, Sgt-at-ArrnJ,' Ian Svhrik, , Secretary-Treasurer. HI-Y OFFICERS - FH!! Row: Tom Elliff, Presidenif Loren Martin, Secretary. Ser- ond Row: john Ericsionh Vice- Prexidentg Dwight Covell, Treafurer-,' Cal Hodge, Chap- lain. Fin! Row, Friedly, L: Harhiyon, A Billie Wilf Indy McNa ford, Lnanr Carol Mari Iane Pierce icuon, Torn Elliff, 'tin, Walt Bregoch, l-HI-Y OFFICERS- vt Row: Marilyn Sell, Prexi- t,' Connie Ezforitt, Vice- sident. Second Row: Indy res, Chaplainy Judy Yah- 'i, Sgt-at-ArrnJ,' Ian Schrih, fetary-Treafurer. Y OFFICERS - Fifi! .u: Torn Elliff, Presidentf f Martin, Secretary. Set- Row: john Eric.r.fon,, Vite- ident,' Dwight Covell, furer,' Cal Hodge, Chdp' ,,,.7-w- V . ', -fx' A Firxt Row, Left to Right: Barh Boyce, Chrixty Sturnph, Lynda Friedly, Lucy Shull, Iudy Setzer, Patty Hurley, Nancy Harhixon, Madeline Montexano, Anne Brooks, Linda Lentz, Billie Wilxon. Second Row: Beverly Blair, Joann Matthew. Judy McNally, Susan Meegan, Io Ann Mange, Rexine Craw- ford, Luanne Rohinx, Donna Anderfon, Judy Van Sickle, Io Carol Mariucci, Sharon Harrill, Diana Byerf. Third Row: jane Pierce, Carole Null, Elaine Hicklin, Linda Altergott, L A t CD36 .X-,W Ruth Miller, Donna Hunt, Mary Woodhull, Chrix Graves Patty Dowell, Ann Hurft, Judy Smith, Shirley Hilton Carolyn Macari, Judy Puckett. Fourth Row: Donna Rohning Peggy Briant, Audrey Heslop, Roxanna Lepper, Gail Weei man, Judy Dethlefsen, Diane Muzear, Dorothy Buckingham Deena Caton, Connie Bronfon, Ian Schrih, Jane Tifchinylei, Mary lngold, Mn, Anna Curnrningx, Aduixor. ' BBII5 i ff' f 7, ,1 Q 'fi 'ff 2 .::,4a,,N.1:z,',:q , we lfwmga . I' 'ffm-1 2 SIGN x ef? ,FQ ' , 'Q' ' , C YE-,lj g Nusa, W V, M- 5,1511 NU X L ,,, , ' ' - 'yy'-' x. -L .X 3 , f X Left to Right: Judy Puckett, TreaJurer,' jane Pierce, Prexzdentf Billie Wilxon, Vice-Pre.rident,' jo Ann Mange, Secretary. J ,..i.,-. Q T I 31: 5 1 Q, ? w Wi , , ' H2 ,, ,, 'V . V M. Q I w , ,Vg , M , ., I "1 lm' 114 V W ii 41111 ,N u 1 w l! W. H ' ,, , Hg 1 w f Wx , I. 11, , .4- WW 1 , ,W , 2 'wgif 1 , " ff ' , W-1, at 3v3,,w.z,4. - ,QW f , ', ef, 3f.." '- " , 2, ," V fy,-. yW'W ', ,- ,.f , f - ffm ff df , Q 4 , f , W ,mgwwggi Ziyi! S W M W, M , .mm f eff-WMMQWQV fffffff ,.,, , ' , W ' ' fi , 4, W ' .f I - ' - f ,if if " f ' 4 ' ,' ' Q? 1 ' ' ., ..,::::e:: ' ,, . ,, -, - , y if -W ' -' "5 2' 15' 2 Nm, Kfwyblzjzrff, rv' ,w 1 , x - W , -, Qi wr' ',5.'?'4 Y g f W 5 J a Q 4.1 V' vm, Elf M- 45 24:1 a -W .fm -Q X VX NA' ,, .qs SYQYQ' 3274, 259' any M'-1 3 Z 5 5 4 2 I 4 4 4 1 1 2 4 E 2 x L 4 gig 13 'u r, 1 1, 'i 1 1 w 1, I I 1 1 ii: 1 I 1 i x . J' . ---an-A 3'-. J 1 1 1 7 5 1 I 1 2 J U 4 4 First Row.' Karla Hader, Jeannie Lutz, Paula Cunningham, Margaret Cicero, Judy Thompson, Karen Yoder, Saundra Hooper. Linda Todd, Judy Chalmers, Mary Hotson, Second Row.' Linda Hargrove, Marian Nichols, Lesley Sehastian, Sharon Yoder, Joyce Miller, Etta Fryer, Geneva Griffith, Roherta Drew, 'Edna Staton, Linda Lueders. Third Row: Girls, First Row.' Frances Vargas, Toni Fontana, Pat Shanks, Char- lene Smith, Josephine Guadagnano, Joyce Martin, Colleen Whitson, Beulah Lape. Second ,Row.' Miss Clausen, Norma Mohley, Vicki Lee, Diane Tosti, SueAnn Slavens. Harriette Pat Lynch, Mary Lou Flory, Linda Lasater, Judy Hollcroft, Susie Ahrens, Molly Crahtree, Cathy Cox, Clara Golden, Eunice Perkins, Kathryn Bryson, Miss Cain. Fourth Row.' Joanne Brown, Juanita Sanders, Helen Green, Janie Warnock, Ruhy Joiner, Connie Rice, Nancy Jenkins, Judy Pichell, Joan Cordell, Evelyn Mashhurn, Julie Leger. V J if w U ..,. Q kl ig-get 2 7 r Z Z Z First Rc Gihson, erly Bya ers, Ca Juanita -r - 1 I First Row: Grace Best, Kim McCaulley, Fran Maucell, Mavis Parsons. Second Row.' Rosetta Renfro, Phyllis Barr, Pat Stephenson, Pat Bellanti, Anna Rose. Third Row.' Nancy Butler, Nancy Bronson, Beverly Foster, Anna Moreno, Gloria Gentry, Diana Thomas. Capell, Ann Rugen, Virginia Russo, Sarah Ridge. Third Row.' Carol Thea, Jane Tischinshi, Susan McCarty, Patsy Turner, Charlene Nauhaus, Veronica Myers, Judy Shotts, Yuanne Trute, Cherie Jones. I First Row.' Coyle, Reva ond Row.' Tessa Reese. Vicki Reheri First R4 Baker, Tocco, Moody, I AM: Judy Hollcroft, Clara Golden, Fourth Row: Janie Warnock, dy Picbell, Joan ' r fa , ll , 4 1 V - L2 Z L , ,, Paxil , , S ,Z ' ZX, X FA ' P e V ' yi 'f if 5' ' .1 , , , , , , X K, gg U, First Row: Donna Naylor, Nancy Wattx, Pat Steinberg, Judy Gibxon, Joshline Batex, Sandy Collinf, Sharon Thurfton, Bev- erly Byrd, .Darlene Northuxtt, Linda Vermillion, Sharon Say- erx, Carolyn Chriftrnan, Rosemary Collinf, Gladyy Glenn, Juanita Moreno, Donna Croft, Sharon Tenfniy, Mary Luce, T:,.,J.. LI,-,.....-. r.,,:1A U-J.JA-L 'r'r.:..1 na, , nw- V-1 lley, Fran Maucell, tta Renfro, Phyllis 'inna Roxe. Third ieuerly Foxter, Anna rf. ge. Third Row: , Patxy Turner, Shottx, Yuanne Firxt Row: Doloref Carnacho, Shirley Louelesx, Cheryl ' Coyle, Rena Lark, Pauline Parker, Margaret Menth. Sec- ond Row: Donna Jonex, Joan Fagan, Barbara Ballew, K Teua Reefe, Third Row: Margaret Butler, Ruth Robertx, Vicki Reberry, Judy Rornine Judy Chaxe. Firxt Row: Janet Atkinxon, Linda Wyatt, Linda Herlip, Pat Baker, Rachel Sola, Jan Bailey, Lucrreta Brisbin, Angelina Tocco, Michele Veile. Second Row: Min Clauxen, Joyce Moody, Jane Tiddeny, Shirley Hilton, Judy Can, Patty Carnf- lg' V ' " X f ,4,,,, y ,I , 3 ,, In 55 F A , , 'll X ' 'Qs 'A ' in V ' Shelia Brown, Elaine Corbett, Peggy Briant, Nancy lVoolJey, Claran Schmidt, Ruth Bennett, Judy I17alJh, Mary Bacon, EllaNora Pearxon. Fourth Row: Linda Campbell, Suzanne Hatcher, Mildred Bowen, Roberta Johnfton, Linda Altergott, Judy Little, Cheryl Kerlee, Donna McCall, Jan Lappine, Elaine Landerf. Gllqnrus pox, Patricia Hurley, Carole Southerlafnd, Rofalie Velafquez. Third Row: Alice DeFeo, Patty Dowell, Sharon Hall, Gretch- en Hackel, Lynda Dodxon, Martha Haley, Arm Hunt, Judy Setzer, Dolore: Rodriguez. wr af' ,. fy -.R . X. :9 J Y xc J X ,I.XX'fXx 3, ,, 1s F43 P 25-31332 S ..,, J . g 3 7 1 6 i - --T-' Fir:t'Row.' Janet Mohler, Barhara joney, Elain Hicklin, Paula Lazirenzana, Vicki Ofhorne, Mary Bare, Joann Matthews, Michael Anderfon. Second Row: Margaret Flagg, Carol Gar- field, jane Pierce, Mary Facemire, Indy Van Sickle, Carole Null, Dianne Hernftock, Mary Jngold, Kay Alexander. Third Row: Pruitt, 'Barhara Rafe, Sharon Allton, Pat Vittorino, fi Diane Minehr, Donna Rohning, Kathy Harlan, Mary Kirmey. Fourth Row: Larry Hill, Darryll Murphy, Mike Garrixon, Charlet Rothrock, Noyce McGarity, Dong Boyd, john jenkinf, Torn Elliff. Fifth Row: Charlet Annis, jim Paul, Boh Ron Keith Schweer, joe Tarnhorella, Henry Ploeger, Jim Ven Don Wilhern, Walter Cary, Fartiira Lager, Mike Norwood. Qlnnreri A sarprixe party for Aunt Vi! 1 1 Firxt Row: Lynda Smit. Second Roi Sharon Kon Min Claiife 'viii 41 Av f fC X MV! f 1 ff S X NN ERS X wg XXX f ff if gfff ff f X 262 X X f I 4 WN f f X f M f f V 7 mm . f ww ff f ,X 'Hur M -any MW 'B+ I' aw TP' SPPPTIYT TM-1 fqfj' J' l :N Q .O w v 3' '- -E r' Q A J' PM 3 4 n a Q 1 A i ,ps First Row.' Bill Curtis, Bob Clark, Ron Hicks, Roger Pool, Fred Norris, Kenneth Petty, Jim Jacobs, Bob Cooper, Eugene Ausemus. Second Row.' Margaret Flagg, Gerald Bermett, Paul Johnston, Robert Winn, Warren Gretzinger, Gerry Farr, Don Ferrara, Larry Raucci, James Venable. Third Row: Terry Saulin, Conway Wade, Rex Alumhaugh, Richard Lush- er, Larry Jenkins, Jimmie Franzeskos, Rick Burnell, Gary Goff, Miss Cain. Fourth Row: Terry Borders, Sam Leong, Mike Feduke, George Watkins, William Powell, Gene Cook, Allan Whitesell, Danny Lopez, Leslie Tungett, Joe Arnone, Frank Smiroldo. 'iigngs' Qlhurus ixed Qlhnrus First Row: Diana Gaston, Carydn Thomas, Karen Yoder, Judy Thompson, Judy Hawkins, Mary Folsom, Elane lV0oten, Jeannie Lutz, Judy Vaughn, Stella Tucker, Carolyn Highfill, Mary Green. Second Row.' Margaret Flagg, Gloria Mc- Claskey, Julie Leger, Judy Cindrich, Marijo Wittmeyer, Cena Davis, Kathryn Bryson, Wilma Cook, Carolyn Weisbach, Shirley Rich, Joan Cordell, Sandra O'Neal, Pat Steinburg, Lowderman, Roy Mark, Dale Ufesner, Helen Green, Carol Wriedt, Ella Mae Wearer, Clara Golden, Eunice Perkins, Linda Lasater, Juanita Sanders. Joanne Brown, Linda Lueders, Elaine Corbett, Donna Naylor. Fourth Row: Floyd Brim, 'Glenn Williams, Edwin Aliee, Tom Barnes, Bill Fowler, Ger- ald Purcell, Gary Crenshaw, Louis Torrez, Mike Morris, Ben- ny Cleuenger, Lark Randall, Barry Payne, Laurel Handley. VOICE- Barbara R Marry Mon Piano, Mike Higgins, Kei Hemme. Sea Judy Pickell. Third Row: Miss Cain, Charles Staton, Philip Burnell, Gary r, Sam Leong, l, Gene Cook, , Ioe Arnone, Green, Carol artice Perkinx, Linda Laedery, Floyd Brim, l Fowler, Ger- z Morrif, Ben- l Handley. VOICE -Firxt Row: Marilyn Colliny, Dolorex Rodriqaez, Marilyn Neptune, Lonnie Copenhaver, Rex Newberry. Bill Barbara Roxe, Janet Nelson, Janice Anderfon, Sandra Cann, Woodrow, Vernon Gilef, Doug Boyd, Carolyn Sawyer, Carolyn Mary Montef, Mary Facernne. Second Row: Gail Weedman, McAnalty. 4 me-57' 59 19? , f .' , kffnm 'W , r f , if T o . -Lia, is HBH " 4 4 anne 7 and Piano, Mike McDaniel, FirJt Row: David Holdman, Tom Bill Tuttle, Charlie Annif, Mike Dicky, Larry Marfh. Third Higginx, Keith Schweer, Marilyn Sell, Keith Hatsell, George Row: Rohert Eriefon. Hemrne. Second Row: Bill Capell, john Carter, Torn Elliff, 1 'J I 4 , ,. , .... V-Mr--'H"'m"""""""""' ann --1 wgi, I X ,nf 2 .42 .-ISIN: :::::::-rg z 'iz Q ,az . -..22f"" ' ' i-lI?:i5?f3fil?1f7?Z Fir.rt Row: Keith Schweer, Marilyizf-Sell, R0g6'1"'5hit2'?7', Rionni Eggn,elli.'fRe1fi3f "" 7Wac1'1nalty, Becky Wfollard, Charley Mitchell, Hfarritt Capell, Helen Coffee, Beverly Reece, Henrietta Hill. Second Row: Lex Avery, Carol Stark, Betty King, Bafrhara Penticaff, john Weber, Boh Fortner, jean Parfom, Roy Frank- lin, Lee Cox, Don Martin, Ray Dawxort, Bob Legg, David Holdman, Don Matranga, George Clark, Ed Bearn, Charlet Annix, Mike Dicky, Larry March, Pat Kiddoo. Third Row: Fred Tom Portor. Roxetta Renfro, Charlecetta Stoker, Don ',f::rn::11Z???i?:g?55g:.tQZEirEZif'5ij:iQ , ,, , ""':fz:: :::z.m.,, 'S"fW 5f'Vfi'?fH I :if77 !f1'f " Schoepp, Phil Dorman, Brown, Perry Toll, Terry Williamf, Torn Elliff, john Carder, Bill Capell, john Lee, Tom Higgenx, Carol Enloe, Larry lWarn2an, George Hernme, Keith Hutxell, Sharon Bartlett, Toni Tailor. Foarth Row: Sandy Beck, Linda Fofter, Chrixty Stampf, jackie Schooley, Mike Quinn, David Tador, Toni Gatex, Mr. Bianco, Clyde Hill, Linda Bailey, Boh McKiddy, David Martin, Boh Ericnon, Daryll Qiiinley, Howard Kelly, Gary McMillan, James Harner, Cecil Vinyard. 'fganrl Linda Fofter, jackie Schooley, Sandy Beck, Chrifty 2'4" Qi if' ag, X fa www Q M M 4:2-New WMM' X Q .5 .. x ix W Q X 5 X QW' Q.--X X Q + Q X X X X X 5 x Q X X my x X X ww A X X X S M Q NX DA VX ' ,M A QAM.- wi' . -ml ' " A fic were ' Firtt Row: Oltoff, Ali Second Rov Ball, John C Charlex Ani Hey, pay attention ap there. Z" 'IIJXCU ' f A Zxim' ' y Toll, Terry ohn Lee, Tom rlemme, Keith Row: Sandy hooley, Mike , Clyde Hill, Boh Eric.f.fo11, 'ame.r Harner, ,,g,'z,,' A -rfrcezizfz fr::z.f+ 5. uf I f fef f 9' ,V 41 .' I , wit' M t 4314 t Firxt Row: john Bevens, David Harned, Clyde Page, Gerald Oltoff, Alva McCormick, Sharon Chapman, Steve Stalker. Second Row: Carol Lehige, Marilyn Sell, Lee Gregory, Linda Ball, John Carder, Bill Capell, Charles Rader, Ronnie Fornelli, Charley Annif, Larry Marxh, ,lady Reed, Gene Butler, Marilyn ,.. .H Q, , .f.mE'f'.i.:1::tf" ' 'gr , ' +fr-f:w:fzH'w:.w "1::1"':fg:z'::fzt1 2???f:'1Zm'f5Hi5lEi1':fW?,:':z:it:2'5 Kun, .1fx,,3,.5t:,:A ,.,, .,,. ,2..m,,,,,, w,-. ,. Zziimzn :7'zZ:fz..:.t.Z:,:2'5 rg gr ,z gggzz? tfcfzrcrzfzime. L. at Q.. aww-tp zrwzaizzigztgizirt' ""k2'z" . YM Johmon, Liz Borad. Third Row: Regina Home, Dehhie Butler, ,lady IWaller, Gail Page, George I-lemme. Keith Hatxell. Fourth Row: Clyde Hill, Mike McDaniel, Janice Bailey, Georgianna Oherkrom, jackie Schooley, Robert Ericfxon, Mr. Bianco. fI9rnI1esira 'h ere. Well, I 'm waiting. Concentration if a necesyity. so 95 f, f' 9' .M Duane Fieldf, Tom Chatrnan. Loren Blackwell, Mike Shaffer, Karl Kennedy, B011 RON, Tmdy Gibbons, Rodney Duncan, Patricia Runner. 7 all Flag " remix url GBM Tarn" "But Mortiner, we'fL'e been burying bodief in the cellar for yearJ!" Thif mem- ' arable line brought howlf of laughter from the audience of the Fall Play given at "Thou Dear." About 900 people laughed their way through the infane melodrama of i xg Zin CT' J, t two ladief feeding helplen little old men poison Elderberry wine, and then, with a funeral and all the trimmings, burying them in the cellar. A rather unique curtain call Sflfldy D65l1f1ff0'2 ' way presented at each performance. After the caft had taken a bow, the bodief of Swim' Dfffffo Sandy Desymffon twelve dead men marrched out of the cellar and alfo tooh a bow. Student Director The play wax directed by William Bergfeldt, with Sandy De Shaffon helping out df Student Director. - X .xg ny 6 'Qx . I .:"'7ag9w 5-Ni Nz I? Q?:. 1 1 flavx bias is gs D", 'g, 8.3 , 1' x - A , . S4 4 1"'f , g K ' , Q " N X N A I v al , . . q Jn Xxx .4 X Abby Brewfter ---- --- Patricia Runner 4 "" 'x, Martha Brewfter .,a- --- Sandy De Shaffon X fi Q? Ah, fi 3, Mortimer Brewfter ,-,, --.- ,D.. Robert R055 ' 0 ' g ?"beff .gfff' fill ' ' ,- - 1 Teddy Brewfter --- -----Rod Duncan .A jonathan Brewfter -- --- Karl Kennedy - ' L' Dr. Einftein .... g .......,..D,. .--- Bob Parsons af f Rev. Harper --- ....,...e....... John Ienkinx :L Policemen --- --- E.-T. johnjon, Loren Blackwell, Don Foote Toni Chatman Mr Gibbs Mike Shaffer Mr Witherfpoon Duane Field: Ai ,MW wh! I Q :if mem- ginen at drama of 1, with a rtain call iodief of Vping out ia Runner Pe Shaffon vhert R055 rl Duncan 7 Kennedy nh Parfonx n Jenkins Blackwell, z Chatman he Shaffer fane Field! ,Keep practicing! Spring Flag 'Qlmidsummnr ight! 4rez1m" Thix if the fuart year that Jtudenty at Northeaft have attempted Shahefpeare. The g romantic ftory capitalizef on the loner-triangle theme, which finally endf up in a Q, ,, three-way marriage. The "dream" if one of the firft play! to contain "a play within a - 4, play" which profuidef for added intereft. H, yl, V The audience of the Spring Play way .rurprised during the performance when T 1,V,fG i Z " fairiex came flying down from the higher placef in the auditorium at "Thou Dear." Sandy DeShaffon Student Director U ri: -Q , 1 Q A ' i L. f - 1 J !-.tg r 1 I -Q ie X PK- Q.' K V Lysander Y, . M Bill Chapman Hermia --- Linda Lentz Demetriuf B ., Y Bill lVoodJ Helena c.,, , Bonnie Sage Thefeuf MDB, Walt Carey Hippolyta M, Linda Hilton Egeuf --. B David Tudor Bottom -he Loren Blackwell Flute , -U Larry Harrij Snug Uh, Gary McAtee Quince -B Mike Schaherg Snout BM- Y jamef Rodger! Starveling ,H Danny Bower Oberon -U Dazid Sappington Titania B, 7, Judy johnfon Puck ..,. , ,, W B Rodger Pool Fairief ,,,,,,,,,e Lola William., Lola Anilerfon Student Directoror 7 Carol Whizc, Iflcanor 1457721151871 109 ,..-mm-M 3 WW 459, QA w' :yin xfggfif 472,41 ,Q 7 Wd f uhz K f fig' 'Pile f 952, .ifh Q 37 fi 31221, Ui 4 'nr . 3' .gy xg' f I D .if 1 M414 f , fx f 1 W ww Wiz? ffl? f ' 'iw ' L , ,, 'vw f ' , E1 1 7. - wg s A 2 0 U x iiifxifit N Q A f iff X ,A mcg Xfi X I YK x XX I -Y, N GHS? six! M wx. s QS -,ZZ 0 4 f ,.. 2 ,f It 0 1 A f 3 41 ,, K ' w" ,MM ' ,fri Q, gf W7 ' ff 'fzi t, if f ,f a Yi 1 ,,,.,x ...., t . ' MJ . ami . , U X e w w . 4 N W x wx x v -Q02 . A xii.: .' . Y , ' :WEN A-Q, . P , .,A 1 QQ : X Xia X A , sw K ,S RN 9 v 249+ 9 A 5 !s we A W X Y! vw, Xi. ..-,--. S-All ' 8 ., 9 QW? X. :ig ,LE N., .5 04 x I Q O -11 . ' QR My Q 1' vi' Firft Row: MaJter Sgt, Dan VanBihher. Dennix Morgan, David Wanin, Walter Hammond, Pfc. David McClenahan, Cpl. Richard Franyon, Plc. Carl Roft, Pvt. Lewif Ellis, Pfc. Handley, Pfc. Eugene Merlo, Sgt. Gary Lane, Pvt. Charlet Staton. Ronald Hickx, Mafter Sgt. john Laurie, SFC Fred' Bertram. SFC Terry Wheaton, Matter Sgt, John Zelk. Second Roux' Pfc. Ronald Telliy, Sgt. Ralph How, Staff Sgt. Perry Toll, Sgt. lame: Rogerf, Cpl. 'Larry Howard, Sgt. Stephen Henton, Pfc. Victor Mehner, Pfc, Douglay Brown, Pvt. Rex Alumhaugh, Pfc. junior McDaniel, Pfc. lim Biat, Cpl. Richard Vargat. Third Row: Duane Fieldx, Pfc. Keith Wellx, Pvt. Earle Murphy, Pfc. Steve Morgan, Cpl. Sanford Boten, Pvt. Danny Lopez, SFC Phil Grove, Pfc. Gary McMullin, Pvt. Bill Al:- paugh, Pvt. john Atkinson, Pvt. Floyd Brim, joe Nasthxix. Glumpang Q Glumpzmg GI Firft Rouf: Gary Dozier, Larry Rickel, Jerry Farr, Donald Miller, Charley Ramirez, Ricky Hammond, Larry CoJgrove, Bill lVard, Thomas Tolhert, Bill Schirllf, joel Semler, Fred Norrit, Michael Kloiher, Bruce Stegner, Second Row: Rohert Legg, Don Matranga, Larry Vieira, james Landyt, Gordon Mitchell, Rohert Cohh, Arthur Ranef, Rohert Kramer, George ...,,,-.,, Hemme, Angelo Giangroxfo, fame: Nurman, Kenneth Skinner, Ford Ekman, Bill Brammer. Third Row: Rod Duncan, lame: Guth, Rohert Durall, Robert Bailey, Frank Curiale, lWilliam Stogfdill, jerry Shatnvell, Larry Carver, Terry Tacy, john Webber. We ' ' 9 ,A 7 ard, Sgt. Stephen Brown, Pvt. Rex Bin, Cpl. Richard 1 Wellx, Pvt. Earle Boten, Pvt. Danny lin, Pvt. Bill A15- nz, Joe Naxtluix. Kenneth Skinner, nd Duncan, Iamex Cztriale. lVilliam Ferry Tacy, John 4 rivers' '59 7 duwiinn . ,.-M f N L .M A ' H -WF' V' 1 - ls i rw if 0 4 4 1 F i , s 'N 3 s l 1 N I l X V i, L1 Row One.' Iudy Phiefield, Phyllis Grimes, Patsy Willis, Judith K. jones. Row Three.' Raymond Royster, Williani Nigro, 2, Nancy Hughes, Eula Cowee, Virginia Caldwell, Lydia Raucci. Ianies Coole, Larry Hedenshog, Dennis Hatcher. Row Four: 21 Row Two: Sandra Golden, Virginia Ellifrits, Mary Ann Bill Enochs, Rohert Griffith, -Gary Schneider, Richard Long, Spraggs, Henrietta Myers, Pat Landers, Barhara Bridgewater, Jerry Gull, Rex Gentry, Mr. Larahee. 3 1 l r 1 W l , 1 iq I g 1 ., , 1, I 1 1 1 1 F ? Row One: Sharon Clements, Bonnie Cohh, Nance Atkinson, Ronald Calfas, William Waggerrnan. Row Three.' Mr, Lam- 'L Pat Kurtz, Lauona DeShazer, Lydia Raucii, Donna Eckert, hee, Rohert Huggins, Rohert Cohely, john Cordell, Louis T Virginia Keck. Row Two: Rohert Blevins, Richard Rose. Diane Everett, john Moss, Daniel Jones. X G May, Donna Cramer, Elizabeth Garner, Charlene Meschan, 1 5 5 116 ,, i y.-V....w -P-'--u ni Si ' ifyi 4 W7 ,,,r 4 7 M fr William Nigro er, Richard Long x ll '5 Lgher. Row Four? Q ' X I 16 K! "hree.' Mr. Lam- r Cordell, Louix Q ' X up xi N 1 X IK V. QLGBJ. ,X 9 A 697 F 3 .- 1 x . zu ua -f 4: M 1.2140 LATIN I-Row 0ne.' Carole Richardyon, Phyllif Miceli, Nora Whittle, Sharon Lixh, Barhara Boehm, Sharon Lynne Chapman, Phyllix Arnone, jane May, Vicki Tiller. Row Two: Linda Peeplex, Patricia Kiddoo, Norma Mohley, Karla Hader, Ann Hur.rt, Sandra Pylex, Sharon Martin, Sharon Koch, Mary In- fk JH? LATIN I - Row One: Cherry Cre:.r, Mary jane Collara, Roxie Serroque, Shirley Hilton, Linda Serrex, Erma Thomax, Pat Harding, ,Ioyce Williamf, Glenda Saylet, Karen Yoder. Row Two: ,Ieanean Good, Judy Smith, Donna jones, Lynnie Ro.re, Janice Smith, Barrie Eddy, Pat Boolx, Don Watkinf, Gary if age an gold. Row Three.' John Piper, Ronald Feindel, Judy Johnxon, Kathy Harlan, Sue Synouiec, Suxan Wedemeier, Diana Acher- Jon, Kathy Britt, Ruth Miller. Row Four: Dennif Cole, Dean Tomphinx, Roland Dice, Le: Avery, E. T. Iohnyon, Richard Huntxinger, Phil Lindfey, Fred Grauetter. LATIN Il- Prouinge, I Earline R01 Linda Fo.rt jacquelyn BI TV aiin Qlluh jackie Eirlx, at Ceref, goddeu of agriculture, accepty the gift: given hy the cluh memhery to feed the needy family adopted at Thanhxgicing. Dozier, Keith Schweer. Row Three.' Jackie Henderson, Dennis Kienzle, Lee Grogory, Danny Green, Bill Green, john Morow, Edward Columhur, Larry Hill, Byron Eaton, jim Winitead, William Powell. LATIN III-l to Right: Karen trude Faye Gihh Power, Mr.r. Lu Two: Mary Lyni Ann Adamf, Ki Jackie Yvonne Ruth Chaudet. R Smith, Donna Mary Karen Bri Tischinxhi, Rona LATIN II - Thomax, Cl Lentz, Henri Larry VanSi , I P W... t .svz:', A iel, Iudy Johnyon, eier, Diana Acker- Dennif Cole, Dean fohnfon, Richard LATIN II-Row One, Left to Right: Betty Fox, Chafrleen Provinge, Patty Calef, Mary Io Rigali, Charlefetta Stohex, Earline Roop, Revis McAnulty. Row Two: Ruth Rohertx, Linda FoJter, Linda Davif, Shirley Eihen, Barhara Ionex, Iacquelyn Burhhardy, Kay Alexander, Ianet Alexander, Mar TV ztiin Qlluh griculture, acceptx her! to feed the lving. 'ender.fon, Denniy LATIN Ill-Row One, Leif to Right: Karen Lee Jones, Ger- trude Faye Gihhonx, Carolyn Sue Power, Mrf. Lucille King. Row Two: Mary Lynn Gihyon, Judith Ann Adams, Karol Ann Jones, Jackie Yvonne Eirls, Mildred Ruth Chaudet. Row Three.' Terry Smith, Donna Joycie Rohning, Mary Karen Brown, Jane Anna Tischinski, Ronald Dean Dayton. garet Butler, Connie Edwards. Row Three.' Rick Iohnfon, CharleJ Owfley. Bill Stinxon, Bill Godfrey, Perry Toll. Vaughn Holcer, Walter Curnrninf, Terry Green, Clyde Page, Chuck Hulxe. ! g, E, Q his 'enj jolm 111101-050, LATIN 11 - Row One, Left to Right: Mary Campbell, Diana lo, ,Ruth Ann Bennett, Anna Roxe, J. T. Towxe. Row Three.' t, jim Winstead Thomar, Cheri jonex, Donna Naylor, Donna Gafken, Linda Winfton Pelfrey, jack Mawhy, Fred Tilbury, Iamef Santa , Lentz, Henrietta Hill, David Ault. Row Two: Steve DeGhelder, Maria, Michael Shinn, john Ulrich, Vic Vacarro, Howard Larry VanSickle, Michael LeVota, Boh Powell, Nathan Inzeril- Leon Hickling, Karl Kennedy. ,W In keeping with the fpirit of the National Defenfe Edu- cation Act, and in gratitude for our go1fernment'f large ex- penditure in foftering hetter underxtanding in our world of today and tomorrow, we of the French Cluh are earnestly endeauoring to develop an optimum proficiency in compre- henyion of the .rpoken word, in oral fluency, in reading, and in writing. But, Jince the underytanding of other peoplei if far more complex than the mere underftanding of the "word," in planning our programf, we concern ourfeluer with the hiftory of the French Jpeaking peoplef, with the development of inxight through Jtudy of .relectionf from their literature, their mufic, and their art. To implement thif program we have Jpeakerur, mouief, mufical programf, art difplayf, dramatic readingf, and French dining. Row 0ne.' Bah jenkiny, Louanne Rohinx, Lynda Smith, Sharon Harrill, Connie Bronson, Row Two: Vickie Lee, Audrey Heflop, Deena Cayton, Chrif Grauex, Chee Chee Cuxhman. Row Three: Mary Woodhull, Janice Renesxen, Tana Lang, Glenda Gailhraith, Pat Dowell, Lola Williamx, Joanne Matthewf. Row Four: ,loan Krusor, Barhara Carlo, James Rogers, Pat johnxon, Ann' Scott, Nancy Wattx. Row Five: Mrx. Berger, Erwin Sano, Gene ,Schnakeg Donna Mertanf, Carole Glam. 7 rem: Qlluh SECOND SEMESTI One: Lynda Smith, Sergeant-at-Arm.f,' Sr Row Two.' Vickie L jenkint, Reporter,- retary,' Mry. Berger. whim, Louanne Rohinx Harrill, Connie Bronson. 2, Audrey Hexlop, Deena 5, Chee Chee Cuxhman, Jodhull, Janice Renefxen, iilhraith, Pat Dowell, Lola ftthewx. Row Four: Joan '20, James Rogen, Pal Nancy Watlf. Row Five: Sano, Gene Schnaheg ale Glam. E I S I , SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS - Row One.' Lynda Smith, Prexidentg Pat Dowell, Sergeant-at-Army Sharon Harrill, Secretary. Row Two: Vickie Lee, Vice-Presizientj Boh jenhinx, Reportefg Connie Bronxon, Sec- retaryg Mm. Berger. ,, , ,, 4. S S FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS - Row One: Lonanne Rohim, Sergeant-al-Annff Chee Chee Cziihnzan, Preiidentg Sharon Harrill, Reporter. Row Two: Pat Dowell, Hifzoriang Deena Cavton, Secretaryg Connie Bronxon, Treamrerg Chris Graves, Vice- Prefidenl. 'arf' wt ig, v W. ww This year, the Spanish Cluh of Northeast has First Row: Joyce Miller, Linda Friedley, Pam Ashley, Jane Giddens, Karen Lingle, Linda Smith, Millie Richardson, Sue Floyd, Sharon Yoder, Marlyce Fechner, Joanne Brown. Second Row: Judy Elliott, Elaine I-Iicklin, Linda Altergott, Sheryl Patterson, Susan Meehan, Deanna Patterson, Barhara Hunter, ZW rf . -1. rf ' -- Lee Scott, Fred Parker, Terry Cramer, Jan Dorman, Miss Cody. Third Row: Judy Dethlefsen, Donna Anderson, Vicki Winters, Boh Gaunt, Steve Curtis, Jerry Stephens, Jennifer George, Mike Bohhitt, Bill Woods, Bill Chapman, Bill Mc- Laughlin, Mickey Cook. 5pa11ish Qllnh changed not only in name hut in every other aspect of the cluh. Under the direction and ahle assistance of its new sponsor, Miss Cody, it has heen completely re- organized and has taken a new role in the life of the school. V1 M The purpose of "La Charlita" is that all Spanish students may grow in their ahility to use the language and in their A. understanding of the Spanish-speaking people of the world. Several events have heen held to accomplish this purpose, the most important of which was the fiesta. Celehrating "El Dia de Los Reyes Macos," the memhers and guests enjoyed a delicious Spanish meal in the very authentic atmosphere of Guadelupe Center and afterwards were entertained hy Spanish singers and dancers. Plans are in progress for a Spanish tahle in the cafeteria during the lunch hour, at which only Spanish will he spoken. A Spanish fiesta will close the year in the spring. g"La Charlita" has enjoyed a very profitahle yearr and is looking forward to even hetter ones in the future. SECOND SEMI -- First Row: Si ist.: Millie R'ics Linda Smith, Socg Winters, Drama Hunter, S 0 n g Row: Terry Crai Mike Bohhitt, Se Scott, Reporterp Parliamentarian. Gaunt, Electrica Chapman, Treasu lin, Sergeant-at-A Treasurerj Jerry 5 Secretary. Absent: Corresponding Se liams, Vice-Presid ,'-J v- - . ..-1. in Dorman, Miss 1 Anderson, Vicki Stephens, jennifer hapman, Bill Mc- v Los Reyes Macos," icions Spanish meal Gnadelnpe Center 'panish singers and anish table in the which only Spanish ll close the year in ofitable year and is in the fntiare. - -s .-.-. V-...mmf ' SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS -First Row: Snsan Meehan, Pian- ist.: Millie Rfichardson, Chaplain, Linda Smith, Social Chairmang Vicki Winters, Drama Coach,' Barbara Hnnter. S o n gl e a d e r. Second Row: Terry Cramer, P r e s id e n t,' Mike Babbitt, Sergeant-at-Arms, Lee Scott, Reporter, Raymond Cook, Parliamentarian. Third Row: Bob Gattnt, Electrical Engineer, Bill Chapman, Treasiirerg Bill McLaugh- lin, Sergeant-at-Arms, Steve Curtis, Treasurer, jerry Stephens, Recording Secretary. Absent: Deanna Patterson, Corresponding Secretary, Terry Wil- liams, Vice-President. ,f f ,. ul. FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS - First Row: Elaine I-Iichlirf, Treas- itrerj Judy Elliott, Chaplain: Linda Smith, Secretary: Vicki U7inter.r, Historian, Barbara Hunter, Reporter. Second Row: Sue Floyd. Drama Coach, Mike Bobbitt, Treasurer, Lee Scott, Sergeantrat-Arms, Raymond Cook, President: Third Row: Bill Chapman, Sergeant-at4Arms,' Bill Woods, Sergeant-at-Arms, Bill Mc- Laughlin, Vice-President. . Q ' ,W ' 'W , Row One, Left to Right: Madeline Montexano, Erma Thomaf, Dorothy Randazzo, Cheri loner, Site Ann Slaoeny, Diana Byerf, Linda Lentz, Terry Cramer. Row Two: Mary Wood- hull, Carol Garfield, Rexine Crawford, Roxanne Lepper, lady McNally. Peggy King, Diana Ackermn, Patty Dowell. Row Three: Daniel Collinx, Cliff Bifhop, Ken Rodgers, Mike LeVota, Mike Garrifon, Dick'Rohin5. Row Four: Don Sanderf, john Ienkinf, Orin Hiltner, Willie Anderyon, Lonnie Copenhaoer, jim Paal, Stephen Cartif, Calvin Hodge. F QU r. nd ruse 'Each fall' when the homeroom: elect their repre Jentatiuef to the oarioaf organizationx, one of the moxt important which they Jelect if the fitnior Red Croff rep refentatioe. AJ the Northeaxt hranch of the Red Croft, thix gronp playf a 'vital part in many important iinder- takingf. At Chriftmaf time the veteran: are well-re- memhered with the Jtockingf filled hy thi: organization and at other time! the memherf pack cheftf for the needy ooerxeax and fell candy at Jchool to raife money. Thece have tritly learned of a refponfihility to others, Row 0ne.' Madeline Montefano, Secretary: Linda Lentz, Treaxarer. Row Tw0.' john jenkinx, Vice-Pre.rident,' Doro- thy Randazzo, Prefidentg Lonnie Copenhaifer. Ken Rodgerf, inf. Row Four: Willie Anderxon, ry, Calvin Hodge. 11155 J elect their repre af, one of the most nior Red Crow rep 9 of the Red Cram, y important nnder- Pteranf are well-re- by tlJi.r organization cheftf for the needy aife money. Tbefe to otloeri. w ' M. yay!!! nay ff P 1 auf fvaffm fi" 1 I fn,-4 1-fi-9' '-" 1, ' ffwykw' f ei f- if f f,ea,- 1' J- , ' ,l 0 f W , 2? W f f ' if M X, if 4 34 f ff we f aff 15' Y gf W 4 1,1- W2 f et. 3 , n 151' if if W il ', Via, , 7 if 7 91- fWM A W i ff I 1 i 1 J r y 1 ! s 4 I 1 i E W e fs , :i ya E I i 1 I 4 E i 2 C l P a I , i F E i 2 Q F F E il I I 5 I . I x Y v 1 . 1 . 1 I I I 2 i ' 1 1 Sw aw A, .1 W vL'f 4.:' lj fag 1 '- ' 'f 4 If. H' f af . S Q Jiffryf 1J,4L'.v' ' , V . K 1 ,jf gtg .2 ..c.. xy: to if Fir:t Row: Dorothy Randazzo, Joanna Sturgi:, Chri:ty Stumpp, Henreitta Hill. Second Row: -Mr. Bevan:, Betty King, Charleen Provinge, Dianne William:, Bonnie Sage, Third Row: Donald Al:in, Joann Matthew:, Linda King, Elizaheth Alanduyt, Regina Home, Carol White, Bill Powell. gmxgx. The F.T.A. Club or the Gertrude Bell Cluh, wa: organized in I 95 7. It wa: named after Mi:: Gertrude Bell, a former N0rthea:t teacher, in memory of her forty-five year: of devotion to the teaching profe::ion. The F.T.A. Cluh ha: a charter and i: affiliated with the National Education A::ociation. The memher: of the cluh participate in many activ- itie:. They have attended many program: and reception: OFFICERS-Fir:t Row: Charleen Provinge, Henreitta Hill. Second Row: Dianne William:, Elizabeth Landuyt, Bonnie Sage. 011115 for in:truction on the po::ihilitie: of teaching a: a career. Meeting: are held regularly with talk: and demon- :tration: making up the program. The que:tion and an:wer method i: u:ed for ohtaining information for the future teacherf. The cluh i: very worthwhile for anyone planning a teaching career, for the knowledge and ex- perience gained therein are very rewarding. Happy face: on future teachenr. 'lin 3 i."'fy5Z5t V I 'S 1. f .,:f nw, , ,dmv- 1911.0 H 1 in 'V Qlpha 4 iierarg nrieig ,N ,f The Alpha: have once again :pent a memorable and exciting year. For a:ide from all the fun, they al:o found enjoyment in the two project: which they un- dertooh. During the year the Alpha: have added the name: of twenty-two new member: to their roll, each one wearing proudly the color: of gold and white, and each :triving to maintain the motto, "To be rather than to :eem." After initiation the Alpha: immediately began :tre::ing the importance of getting their Lit work in early :o thi: Lit Night the Alpha: might :tep into the winner': :potlight Founded: October 13, 1913 Motto: To be rather than to :eem. Symbol: The Greek letter, A Color:.' Gold and White Flower: Jonquil Song: "The Bell: of St. Mary':" needy family, and at Chri:tma: each girl brought a toy to be taken to an orphanage. Here the Alpha: helped to :pread the :pirit of the :ea:on by the pre:entation of gift: and the :inging of Chri:tma: carol: During the Chri:tma: holiday: the Alpha: held their Mid-Year Event which con:i:ted of a luncheon at the Italian Garden: and a :lumber party for :ong- leader try-out:. The Alpha: were not the onlynone: who enjoyed thi: event, :ince it wa: al:o attended by :everal alumnae. A: the:e event: fade into the pa:t, the Alpha: look anxiou:ly into the future to the all important event of the year-Lit Night. At Thanh:guuing a ba:het of food wa: :ent to a Row One, Left to Right: Pat Smalley, Judi Jablechi, Le:ley Sebanian, Judy Setzer, Betty McClanahan, Lynda Oliver, Judy Hawhin: Row Two: Carolyn Sawyer, Sue Jenhin:, Karen Lingle, Cheryl Curti:, jan Schrih, Dianne Hem:toch, MaryArm Tuchfield, Row Three: Linda la:ater, Dorothy Randazzo, Con- nie Evoritt, Iennfifer George, Sandra Pyle:, Pat Vittorino, Melody Baker, Mr:. Porter. Let': go , Row One, L Barbara Boy Bri:bin, Dia South erland, girl hrought a toy the Alphas helped the presentation of carols. r the Alphas held sd of a luncheon at 'r party for song- not the only ones is also attended hy ist, the Alphas look important event 0 f OFFICERS Fall Term President Bonnie Palmer Vice-President Judy VanSielele Secretary Madeline Montesano Treasurer Jo Carol Maruoci Spring Terrn President Madeline Montesano Vice-President Judy VanSichle Secretary Jo Carol Marueci Treasurer Pat Vittorino Let's go girls! lWe need good songs!! Cuteness!!! rthy Randazzo, Con- Ylei, P45 ViU0fW0, Row One, Left to Right: Linda Iliff, Carole Coy, Linda Jones, MaryLu Potts, Marianne Sledd. Row Three: Deanna McKinney Barbara Boyce, Margaret Walz, Madeline Montesano, Lucreta Joyce Miller, Barhara Carlo, Marilyn Lewis, JoCarol Maruccz Brishin, Diane Dickerson, Row Two: Betty Peterson, Carole Sharon Enloe, Linda Burns. Southerland, Carol Schulte, Judy VanSickle, Joan Krusor, I I l I I P' , 5 I l I I I I I ' I I I, I I I IIQI ,LII ICI I -I "I is I , I 51 I n :q I XI I :Lg Q I I I I I I I I , I I I I I ,if II: H II ax II II' wa III III HI fr, jv I I I I I I I I I I "Say, who'.r that Jharp guy in-the blue and gold jacket?" You gueued it, he'.r a member of the Benton Literary Societyl Thif year, ay in the pact, the Benton: have done their beft to uphold the fine traditionf of their Jociety, and they have taken in many fine mem- berf to continue the outxtanding character of the Ben- tonf. Included among their many activities were a tremendoux ruth party which .rucceeded in obtaining the top boyf for Benton, an initiation, and the production of a float for Homecoming on which they worked with the Debaterx, Jetting a worthy example for the future and " eninn lfiinrarg nnieig Founded: March 11, 1921 Motto: In Hoc Signo Vincemux Symbol: Torch ColorJ.' Blue and Gold Flower: None Song: "Oh, Cheer for Dear Old BentonJ" which turned out to be the best float, af the entire Jchool proudly claimed. The Bentonf alto purchaxed .fociety pinf, the firyt boyx' .rociety to do Jo. Second .femefter wax devoted to preparation: for the Literary Context and on Lit Night the Bentonf made a fine xhowing ax a refult of hard work, ability, and leader- .rhfp The Bentonx believe in having a good time, and thi.r along with their outxtanding qualitiex of loyalty, Jcholaxtic ability, co-operation, and initiative have been combined to make the Benton Literary Society the best at "Thou Dear." Row One: Richard Huntsinger, Richard Oakf, John Moroxo, Dozier, Karl Kennedy, Rick Johnfon. Row Three.' Charlet Lee Scott, Bob Parxons, Steve Carlfon. Row Two.' Stephen Ouuley, Lilliard Richardfon, Bill Chapman, Stephen J. G. Stone, Raymond Cook, john Zelk, Robert Fairbankf, Gary Curtif, Michael Carter, Warren Krueger, William Woodx. Row One: Capell, Roni bitt, Boyd J Benton!" ay the entire Jchool 2 pnrchayed .society preparation: for the he Benton! made a , ability, and leader- g a good time, and ynalities of loyalty, nitiatioe have been :ry Society the beft iw Three: Charlef 11, Stephen J. G. William Woodx, OFFICERS Fall Term Prefident Bill McLaughlin Vice-Prefident Dong- Boyd Secretary Ronald Sherpy Treafnrer Bill Capell Spring Terrn President Bill McLaughlin Vice-Prefident Lee Scott Secretary Ronald Sherpy Treafnrer Bill Capell ' Wim, did be Myppp Mart really be interextingf Row One.' Left to Right: Phil Rinehart, Nick Spear, Bill Bnffa, Walt Bregach Row Three Neil Pace Doug Boyd Capell, Ronald Sherpy, Terry Robertx. Row Two: Mike Bob- Bruce Goldfrnith Cal Hodge Bob .lenkmf bitt, Boyd Willifton, Phil Lindfey, Bill McLaughlin, Dean 1. 1 l 1 5 F w l W if P I n ,E IE r lu 'Z 2 I! 1 . I . i r P . P A E L 3 2 E v I i I 5 I I s 1 l u I Y Q R V L r n I 3 M 2 1 . . of Qlltunmn ifiierzrrg nrieig The first important event of the year was the "Clio Rush" which was very successful as evidenced hy the new Clios. At initiation they were presented with the traditional Clio rose and told of the many high ideals that were associated with every Clio girl. During first semester, the Clios again adopted a Thanksgiving family and gave toys to needy children at Christmas. Not neglecting the brighter side, the Clios were also seen sporting their red and white sweatshirts around the halls. As first semester came to a close, the girls were once again reminded of the great importance of Lit to all Clios. Second semester began with not one, but two, initia- tions of new members. The old members were very Founded: 1916 Motto.' Seek the Beautiful Symbol: Scroll Colors.' Red and White Flower: Long-stemmed Red Rose Song: "A Clio Girl" pleased with the new since they each possessed all the Clio qualities. Drafts again came sailing in with their hard worh. The girls felt they had much to uphold since they took first last year. At this time, every move by each society is completely done in secret-dresses, oufits, and songs. I After Lit Night, the last memorable event of the year was the Farewell Banquet. There seemed to he many more tears this year than before as the seniors were given their last long-stemmed red rose and expressed their last feelings to the society. Each Clio girl was filled with many memories of the past year which she will never forget. Row One, Left to Right: Mary Io Rigali, Erma Thomas, jane Joanne Brown, Judi Laughlin. Row Three: Kathy Harlan, May, Rexine Crawford, Christine Cushman, Lucy Shull, JoAnn Mfmges Judy Bflkef, 114117 Gflhms Sandy Mfwdffds ludy Nancy Carder. Row Two: Carolyn Power, Marilyn Sell, Mary Pllvkeff, DOWM Rvbning, Diem? Mineflf- Woodhull, Donna Hunt, Sandy Ulrich, Deanna Patterson,h This last mf Row One, 1 Pam Rishel, Row Two: I ci Rafe ch poffefseal all the ailing in with their nach to nphold Jince rne, every move hy ret-ilrenef, onfitx, Qrahle event of the here Jeemed to he EJ the Jeniorf were rofe and expreuerl Each Clio girl wa: ax! year which :he 'e.' Kathy Harlan, ndy Manard, Judy OFFICERS Fall Terrn Prexident Donna Rohning Vice-President lady Packer: Secrelary Mary Jo Rigali Treafarer V Carolyn Power Spring Term Prexiaenl Judy Packet! Vice-Prefiiien! Carolyn Power Secretary JoAnn Mange Treaxarer Mary Io Rigali I, IM? 1 - ll ri df' This laft minute work haf got to go, girl!!! Come on now a raflf fofvdf N R0 O 6 Left to Right- paula Law-enzgna foanna Stnrgif Judy Elliott jackie Eirlf Donna Naylor Linda Luederx Row 1,0 72 . 1 ' - ' P . G Pam Rijbel, Diana Toni! Cheri fone!! Tend Reg-fe, Begg, Dye, fhree, Kay gflliicandjejj S4021 Zljerh Connie Bronfon wenn Row Two: Donna Anderxon, Jeanne Ziegler, Sueflnn Slavenlf Morton V15 Z ee amy 4 ,fy X I 0 , Founded 1913 Motto Numquam Cedere Symbol Torch and Shield Colorf: Red and Black Flower.' None Song: "Debater Marching Song" urilqwsi Snrwig fI9f 4 chain AJ the 1960-61 .rchool year unfolded, the North- eaxt Society of Debate wa: in full Jwing af ufual. The men of the NSD had prepared one of the mort eventful rufhef prefented. The hopeful rufheef conyidered it the best they attended. Then came the hard and wear- ifome tack of electing the new memberx' who will carry on the mayterful name upheld by the men of the NSD .fince 1913. The Debaterx were caught unexpectedly in the flurry and rufh of Homecoming but the faithful mem- ber.r came through all of thif with a prize-winning float. Around Chriftmay time you probably could have located the Debaterf with their Delta Jifterf on a late Wednexday afternoon, joining together to have an exciting party be- fore the holuiayf. Decorationy, good food, and warm friendfhipf made this a wonderful Jocial event for Jixterf and brotherf alike. Second Jemexter .roon arrived, bringing along many honorx to be placed in the Debater Log. The Debaterx are proud to have had memberf who are leaderf .ruch af the Senior Clan Prexident, the Student Council Prexident, and thif year one member became Student Governor of Miuouri. The appearance of the Literary Context which had been awaited xince Jchool began arrived and the De- baterc in full attendance Jtarted and finifhed in fine Jtyle. Then every Senior bade hi! grudging adieu at the Farewell Banquet to each junior and Sophomore, placing the idea in their mindf to keep the Northeayt Society of Debate on top, "never to fall." Row One: Doug Richardmn, Ray Cousinx, Barrie Eddy, Ken John Helm. Row Three: Mr. Redford, Ronnie Bond, Robert Wilton, Dan Longttreth, John Xavier Ienkinx. Row Two: Gary Ericfon, Noyce McGarity, Orin Hiltner, john Ericxyon, Tom Coleman, jim Paul, Gerald Crawford, jim Byrd, Charlex Annis, Elliff, Ken Stanton. All fo Row One, Le Allen, Bob jc Row Two: 1 Michael A. I cial event for .rixterx 4 . , .g,...f:,,.V ,, V, , OFFICERS Fall Terrn Prefident Ray C ou.rinJ Vice-Prefiilent h Doug Richartlion S ecretary-Treaxurer John lenkim Sergeant-at-Arrn.r Robert Ericfon Spring Term edge Presiil ent Shield ,Ray C ouJinJ ck - R Vice-Prefid ent Ken Stanton S ecretary-Treaxurer lying Song" foe Tarnhorella S ergeant-at-Arrnx J oe Brown i i A 1 inging along many 3 ' og. The Dehaterf are leaclerx Juch af t Council Prexialent, tutlent Governor of F arary Context which arrived anal the De- cl finifhetl in fine utlging aclieu at the 4 Sophomore, placing Jortheaft Society of ' All for one and one for all!! We are KNO WN to he a highly organzzed group' . Row One, Left to Right: Dan Smalley, foe E. Brown, Ken Tilhury, Rex Stephem. Row Three Phil Hamilton Gene we Bfmd' Robert W Allen, Boh Iohnfon, Keith Schweer, Larry Gatef, Garry Blatt. Schnake, David Walter, Mike Garrixon Boh Ron Joe W Ennwnf Tom Row Two: Le: Avery, Dannie Stephenf, Larry VanSichle, Tarnhorella, Bill Tuttle, Iach Hurlxon Michael A. LeVota, Dale Lightfoot, Darrell Quinley, Fred 'iv IL QI 4, I: I 1 I ss I I II II I II ia II I I II I, I I I , I I II II I Il I I I II II I .5 II . If II .e II li Ii II II II I 'I Il 'I II li II II II :I I I I I I YI I I! ll I X I if I I I i I' I 4 'tis C' Founded 1921 Motto Always Faithful. Symbol Triangle Colors. Green and White Flower: White Chrysanthemum Song: "Stardust" 4 vital tfiierarg uninig This year was as each preceding, an eventful one filled with new, broadening experiences for every Delta. From Rush in the fall through Farewell Banquet in the spring, they were all kept happily busy with activities and obligations. Rush was undoubtedly the best ever held, setting a new and higher standard for the future. The huge, beautiful triangle made each Delta realize anew the honor that comes with being a member of a group whose three guidewords are character, knowledge, and stability. This was emphasized even farther at the solemn initiation of the pledges, who have certainly be- come a vital part of the society, At Thanksgiving and Christmas, the Deltas remembered those less fortunate by doing volunteer work at the Tuberculosis Association and giving toys and candy to an orphanage. Mid-Year Event was an hilarious thing, at least to the old members who really had fun further initiating the frightened pledges. All emerged safe and sound, though. ' With second semester came Lit, the high point and goal of the year. Drafts, dresses, and songs kept all in a glorious whirl, and walking down the aisle brought proud tears to the eyes of each girl. Too soon it was over, with the Farewell Banquet speeches of the departing seniors a fitting climax. Each year seems the best for Delta and this was no exception. From it, each girl has a wonderful store of memories to cherish always. Row One, Left to Right: Nancy Watts, Luanne Robins, Patty Cookerly, Chris Graves, Karol jones, Linda Truby. Row Three: Hurley, I Rosie Durham, Linda Lentz, Sally Campbell. Row Judy Dethlefsen, janet Alexander, Margaret Butler, Ruthie Two: Anne Brooks, jan Roberts, Trudy Gibbons, Sherry Roberts, Audrey Heslop, Carol Null, Linda Pruitt. I. Oh, this sus1 Row One, 1 Karen jones, Two: Jane P if Q, x S S Q ! I6 hernurn 'hanage. Mid-Year to the old rnernhert ing the frightened l, though. the high point and Jongf kept all in a aifle hrought proud an it wax over, with e departing Jeniorf lta and thif wax no wonderful Jtore of OFFICERS Fall Terrn Prexident Karen Brown Vice-Prefident Billie Wilfon Secretary Linda Pruitt Treafurer Judy Adantf Spring Term Prexident Deanna Kerr Vice-Prefident Jane Pierce Secretary Anne Broohf Treafurer Carol Garfield Oh, fbi-F 51411757119-I-l Wholr it going to he? Wed he happy too if youd 7u.ft let ut know who got itff 'ruhy. Row Three: .Row One, Left to Right: Winnie Byrne, Carol Shannon, Peggy Briant Sondra Shore: Row Three Elaine Hichluz 'et Butler, Ruthie Karen Joney, Linda Serrex, Pan Afhley, Billie Wilxon. Row Linda Altergott Carol Garfield Judy Towfe Toni Lancafter 1 Pruitt, Two: Jane Pierce, Deanna Kerr, Juanita Butler, Diana Byerf, Sandy DeShaffon Sharon Bartlett Judy Adarnf Donna Jonex , X7 if "J in ' f ,f th ,ft J Iyeia Tiierarg nnieig The Theta Literary Society began the year with a rush party. The newly elected memberf were then properly initiated, both formally and informally. The firft Jemexter wax filled with work, both on draft: and on picking declamationf. But, along with the work came Jeveral coke partiex that were held at the regular meet- ingf. AJ the .femefter continued, the Thetax began to look for patternf for Lit dreffef, and for material and accefforief. The firft Jemefter went very quickly, and be- fore long final draftf were due. All the Theta typiftx helped, and finally everyone finifhed the three copies Founded: 1921 Motto: Knowledge if power. Symbol: A crexcent moon, containing an owl. Colorxf Blue and White Flower.' Violet Song: "Vienna Dreamy" needed to be typed. Preliminary judgey were .relected and the draft! turned over to them. At the .remefter break, many Thetax went to a progreuive dinner that Jerved af a Mid-Year Event. The mid-year ruxh wax also held and four more girly became Thetaf. After looking over .rample material! and patternf, Lit dreuey were chofen and the .relection of Jong! began. After Lit Night the Theta: had a party. The next day the Farewell Banquet wax held. The Jeniorf were .rad becauye it would be the laxt time that they would .ree all the Theta! together. Row One.' Sue Feindel, Michael Anderxon, Shirley Martin, Parixi, Sheryl Terry. Row Three: janett Dorman, Judy Shotty, Barbara jones, Judy Gibran, Lois Anderxon, Georgiafnna Mary Lynn Gibson, Roberta johnson, Peggy King, Dianne Oberkrom. Row Two: Elaine Corbett, Bonnie Cobb, Shirley -Barchers, Linda Bailey, janet Nelfon, Min Thompfon, Eiken, jan Bailey. janet Mohler, Virginia Rufio, Carol . Will .rociez Row One.' Le Charleen Proi Smith, Sue 1 Facemire, Kar zn owl. gdgef were :elected At the Jemefter reniue dinner that mid-year rufh wax me Thetaf. After atternx, Lit dreJ.re.r 1 hegan. After Lit xt day the Farewell id hecause it would ree all the Thetaf nan, Iudy Shottf, gy King, Dianne r Thompfon. V OFFICERS Fall Term Preyident Barhara fone: Vice-Preyident Carol Parifi Secretary Linda Bailey Treafurer Mary Lynn Gihson Spring Term Prefident Mary Lynn Gihxon Vice-Prexulent Carol Pafrixi Secretary Peggy King Treaxurer Michael Anderton Will .rociety really he worth all thi.f?? Hang on gang theref enough for everyone' Row One: Left to Right: Linda King, Glenda Galhraith, Millie Richardmn Marilyn Neptune Row Three julie Leger Charleen Prouinge, Lola Williamx, Vicley Campbell, Lynda Sue Synouiec Mary Moore Janice Smith Marilyn Miller Smith, Sue Feindel. Row Two: Dianne Williamx, Mary Sue Bealmear Kathy Britt Donna Polley Facemire, Karen Marxh, Elaine Wiehech, Suzanne Hatcher, ' 0- nf Jnfurmals n X J I ff ,V 4"'aS Vrv fx?-1 Faq II, A Ai , ,J I X 5' Robert Wifdom .lohn fenhinf Elaine Hakim Pfexident Vice- Prexid ent Gif f 071472 Euninr flbfficnrs Af the 1960 fall term began, you, the juniorf, realized the new feeling of being upperclaumen. To begin your year, came the ever Jo famouf foot- ball Jeafon with it: gaiety and excitement. When thix Jeemed to be only beginning, it wax over with a climax of the junior and Senior clan elections and the 1960 Homecoming. However before Jchool fptrit had a chance to die, it wa: bafhetball Jeafon, which wax promptly followed by the Sno Ball, Sweetheart, and Inter-fociety Dancef. ju.ft af you were getting into the :wing of thingy, it wax time for Lit Night, the junior-Senior Prom and Graduation. You looh back on your junior year with many memoriex, regretting that it paffed Jo quickly, but a.r Graduation endf, you find yourfelf thinhing with much anticipation on the many new refponfibilitief facing you af a Senior. First Row: Ivy Hurd, Trudy DeShazer, Betty H ichlin, Glenda Dianne H emit o Ruelle, Ruth H ! Firxt Row: N01 Donna Hunt y Pa Fiorella, P Secretary Nancy Woolsey Judi Laughlin S d M an y anard Trudy Gibbon! Tffrvllfef Sergeant-at-Arm.: -Q f f V it V f 1 5 V fgzgf,K,in,,f".'5+-'fsafrifi1tfef-'.ff-vfifffw 5: 4' V , K' ,., .N I C- .... ..,-W- ,..es-- ..,., ,, , ,M 'f' ' ,, ' 4 ' I 'VS ,nj -QL ' . ijt ,,,,l, I'riff:,Jf5Qjfff.v11',:a',2f,t'Q QM ' z itz ,, ' ' ' ' ' ,'-QJAXQ, 2.5-955 V A . . f 'yu " ""oM-rf Wf-- A -'A -- 4-- f-'A ff,- we-A-.t,,,..--.-,. '.J.-.-.t L.. . ,,44L,,QyQ,5,,jZ3,'lL,g , Q L4 3 ,i , L J.. 41. fl , t ' -' ' V14 if A - if- K Xi H icklin 271 Firft Row: Joyce Davix, Patty Dowell, Patty Hurley. Sharon Hurd, Trudy Gihhonf, Sue Feindel, Sue Floyd, Carolyn, DeShazer, Betty Harmon. Second Row: Donfna Hunt, Elaine Hichlin, Glenda Galhraith, Chri: Gravef, Judy Dethlefxen, Dianne Hemxtoch, Sharon Enloe, Ann Hurxt, Penny De- Ruelle, Ruth Henderxon, Shirley Howard. Third Row: Judy Oairx, Alice DeFeo, Diane Dickerson, Sandy DeShaffon, Judy Elliott, Jackie Eirlf, Kathy Harlan, Judy Gahm, Judy Hollcroft, Dona Dougherty. Fourth Row: John' Hotxon, Phil Hamilton, Larry Hill, Lee Gregorg, David Harned, Larry Gallamore, Don Ginn, Fred Donaldxon, Charlex Houfell, Martha Haley, Jim Doll. muninra-3 Firft Row: Nora Whittle, Carol Schulte, Linda Vermillion, Third Row: Dan Smalley, Sam Leong, Raymond Daexon, K Hunt Pat Fiorella, Phyllif Whitt. Second Row: Amanda Quick, Gary Woolsey. Fourth Row: Larry Rickel, Gary Wilcox, Ed 'Jf Nancy Woolfey, Judy Walxh, Anne Scott, Gertrude Jowxe. Stroud. Larry Howard. Gihhonf f '--fl " Q, Y ., lfQ:gh'l4i I Y Y , Firxt Row: Karen Heiher, Frexhmang Sharon Huntington, roque, Dolores Santoyo, james Venahle, Frexhmanf Delorah Firft Row: Bar Frexhmany Dianne Williamf, Roxie Durham, Vicky Camp- Summerx, Carolyn Dayton. Fourth Row: Micheal Shinn, Leilonie Pole, 1 hell, Lucreta Brirhin. Second Row: Carolyn Sawyer, Linda David Ramfey, Tommy Morton, Tommy Smith, John Lee, Beverly Ann R Teinert, Mary Lynn Donnici, Frexhmang Betty King, Sharon Frefhmanf Harry Matney, jack Rogerf, Gene Schnake, Serref, Carole - Butner, Dorothy Simpmn, Darlene Northcutt. Third Row: Howard Rew. Sdfldfd P71913 1 Jennie loner, William C. Powell, Sharon Terry, Royie Ser- Donald DMM, C31 . IIIIIUYB Firxt Row: Judi Laughlin, Sharon Koch, Barhara Manzo, Kenny jenkinx, Dennix Morgan, Richard McCabe, jarney Mdfy Moore, Pdf MCCUB, Pdf Kurtz, Mdfy LUKE, D07'i.l' Kirk, Kegnv Ighnjfgnl Hrrrrfy Kgbgl, Mgfidefb! jane Mary Montez. Second Row: Linda Len!-Z, Joan Kf14I0f, May. Fourth Row: john Minzer, Dave McClanahan, Lzrry Donna Miller, Marilyn Miller, Betty McClanahan, Diane Mrparrigli paul Mcjpfilgiany KM! Kennedy, Demm Kienzgej First Row.' Iani4 Minear, Sandy Manard, Shirley McCoy, Kenneth Landex, Larry Ldrabee, Darryl! Murphy, Henry Morrggzy Roberta Petty, Barbara Gordon Mitchell. Third Row: Kirk Kenton. Loren Martin, jolyrmon, Weedman, Mari 4 i 5 1 i 1 E Z 1 Fre.rhman,' Delorah wx Micheal Shinn, 1 Smith, john Lee, ff, Gene Schnake, :rd McCabe, jamef 1 Merideth, lane E. McClanahan, Larry iy, Dennix Kienzle, y Montez, Roherta if Firxt Row: Barbara Penticuff, Sharon Reed, Luanne Rohinx, Leilonie Poje, Dianne Pearce, Marianne Sledd. Second Row: Beverly Ann Reece, Linda Rohinxon, Maui! Parxons, Linda Serrey, Carole Southerland, Sharon Reynoldx, Sue Synouiec, Sandra Pyle.r. Third Row: Harry Williams, lim Wallace, Donald Dunn, Sharon Smith, Sufan Wedemeier, Boh Nor- ynniurs Firxt Row: Janice Smith, Judy Smith, Lola Williamx, Donna Row Bill Harvey Don Watkinx jerry Payne john Roller Petty, Barbara Quillen. Second Row: Donna Polley, Gail Fourth Rou Rex Neu berry john Rooney Larry Williamt Weedman, Marilyn Neptune, jo Holder, Lynnie Rore. Third August DeSchepper if Qian:-W " is Firxt Row: Linda Truhy, Ornita Sanders, Lynda Smith, Mary Woodhull, Marilyn Sell, .lan Schrik, Linda Srnith, Mary Ann Tuckfield, Geraldine Shatxwell. Second Row: Lucy Shull, Karole Null, John Zelk, Mac Perkinx, Larry Pevlev, Clark Thonipfon, Wayne Skilex, David Walter, Errna Thorna.r, Judy Setzer. Third Row: John Wright, Earnest Tucker, Gary Vogel, John Piper, I oe Verhulxt, Boyd Willixton, Laverne W ilfon, Bill Woods, Irwin Sana. Fourth Row: Thornaf Saputo, David Tuder, Charlex Owxley, Jack Nichelfon, Frank Smith, Lee Scott, Boh Ron, Joe Tarnhorella, Bill Stinxon. muninrs Firyt Row: Sharon Infelrnan, Karen Marxh, Julie Leger, Sandy Jones, Gloria McClo5key, Sandra McCollum, Sharon Lick, Linda Jonex. Second Row: Deanna Moorrnan, Dorothy Iiarna, Judy Lyne.r, Mary Ingold, Donna McCall, Loretta Miralvato, Nancy Larnh, Glenda Myer.r, Linda McDaniel. Third Row: Joyce Lovelefx, Joann Matthew, Tana Lang, Sue Jenkinx, Judi Jahlecki, Sharon Martin, Jeannette Lernka, Marilyn Lewis, Sharon Livingfton, Fourth Row: John Jenkins, Dale Light- foot, Warren Krueger, Charlex Mitchell, Rohert Gaunt, Alfred Millan, Jarnex Landuyt, Mike Maturo, Lyle Lear. 1 X, i 7 f: W Firxt Row: Sharon Barr, Joyce Borde Collara, Carole C Joan Cordell, Bez Cook, Linda C. Fir.rt Row: Phylli Linda Campbell, Norma Briar, Fr Second Row.' B1 l 71 Tucker, Gary Vogel, Laverne lVilson, Bill 'mas Saputo, David ank Smith, Lee Scott, Sue Ienkinf, Iudi ika, Marilyn Lewix, lenkinf, Dale Light- Qobert Gaunt, Alfred Vle Leax. Firxt Row: Sharon Bover, Neva Biley, Mary Arredondo, Phyllii Barr, Joyce Borders, Barbara Boehm, Mary Campbell, Mary lane Collara, Carole Coy, Nancy Carder. Second Row: Rita Banner, joan Cordell, Beverly Bogle, Kathy Britt, Sharon Allton, Gayle Cook, Linda Caldwell, Jennet Bryant. Third Row: Judy Chalmerx, Cary Allen, Mary Burton, Patty Calef, Ann Cooper, Viola Beafley, Sherry Cookerly, Donna Brauner. Fourth Row: Donna Croyf, Beverly Byrd, Judy Bailey, Lo Anna Carrico, Iudy Clarke, Diana Ackerxon, Linda Burnx, Sherry Brownley, Sharon Brizeneine. jjuniurs Firft Row: Phyllif Brogoto, Margaret Delixio, Roxeann Brogoto, Linda Campbell, Linda Beagle, Jan Robertx, Mariyn Sell, Norma Briar, Fran Franano, Chrifty Stumpf, Becky Wollard. Second Row: Bob Legg, Phil Dorman, Richard Burnworth, Garry Blatt, Donald Bowling, Keith Schweer, Tom Taylor, Keith Hutfell. Third Row: Mike Dickey, Tom Elliff, john Ericuon, 'Steve Curtix, Edward Columbuf, Donald Alfin, Mike Carter, fame! Bogle, Carl Enloe. 'M fl W,Q9""4F.S,'ln1i-.- if L 'gffblu ,' 13.54 ,5 Q., Sfmt! at 1 ABSENTEES-Firtt Row: Lillie McLaughlin, Jean Bacon, joy Sanderxon, Sharon Thirrfton, Phyllix Bergmman, Regina H oase, Gealdine Pollard. Second Row: Barbara Ballew, Joyce Miller, Patricia lohmon, Roberta johnfon, Mary Donnelly, Phyllix Watt, Linda Peeplef, Charlefetta Stoker. Third Row: Daniel Rofenberg, Terry Swartz, Don Miller, Howard Kelley, jimmy Sechter, Le Roy Whitley, Fred Ehman, George Trapp, Tommy Dotx. Fourth Row: Terry Savlin, Johnnie Webber, Perry Toll, john Alypaagh, David Saalman, Leroy Whitley, R. I. Rift, Mike Smith, Kenneth Skinner. Euniurs Firft Row: Angelina Tocco, Nancy DeMarco, Sophomore: Karen Siderf, Racheal Sola. Second Row: R051 Naxtafi, Sophomore, Philip Lowderman, Sophomore,' Gary Ionef, Sophomore, IoAnn Chenoweth, Karen Vandierenddonh. Third Row: Robert Wright, Jim Lovell, Sophomore, Gary Lane, Gerlad Bennett, Bill Dennir, Larry Hanhx, Sophomore, Billie Wheeler. Foarth Row: Bill Eaxter, Richard Weight, Larry IVilliam.r, Gary Gilcrext, Gary Gregory, Doaglax Van Meter, Firxt Row: Joyc. Sarah Ridge, A1 Fontana, Gretch jonex, Norma I Firxt Row: Phy Gene Odom, Pat Harding, Frefhman. Sewnd Row! Pl Third Row: Ri uard Kelley, Jimmy urge Trapp, Tommy Webber, Perry Toll, Vhitley, R. J. Rift, , Sophonzoreg Billie vard Weight, Larry Douglax Van Meter, Fifi! ROW-' l0J'Ce MWWW, Jvfepbine GU4dfl8WW0f P45 Runner, Donna Naylor, Gloria Gentry, Virginia Runa, Elizabeth Prince, 5417119 Ridge, A1112 Rffgenf Edith Liningef- Severe! ROW-' Tfmi Bonnie Hull, Lynda Dodfon. Fourth Row: Ruth Robert! Fontana, Gretchen Hankel, Sharon Hall, Pant Rixhel, Cheri Cbdfjene Neubaujy Dick Robjm, Mike Lglfgpgf Afphuf Rang jonef, Norma Mobley, Donna Jonef. Third Row: Vicki Lee, Gerry Fwy! Clyde Page, Tyumgn Dodd, 5 uplqnmurei Firxt Row: Phyllix Pearce, Gertrude Jowye, Amanda Quik. Fourth R010-' D416 Kimble, WWUOW Pflffeyf Dflffell Qfliflley Second Row: Phillip Friend, Pete Laufranea, Rod Maxteller. John Mwfflyf Third Row: Richard Price, Nathan lnzerillo, Gary Lahey. , , liii .W Y f-A-A-'ff-f'ff:""'f'-f' 'ff' ' f ' ' he . Firft Row: Sharon Grehle, Shirley Martin, Cynthia Reger, Clara Dauidxon, Lupe Garcia, Rachel Falcon, Sandra 0'Neal. Second Row: Violet Morton, Janie Griggf, Carole Richafrdxon Ruth Miller, Helen Ogle, Phyllix Miceli, Sandra Duncan Donna Griffittf. Third Row: Louna Duiron, Shirley Ford 1 J Connie Rice, Henrietta Don, Linda Luederx, Anna Ro.re, El- lanora Pearfon, Karen Glam, Henry Ferguxon, Roger Pool, Fourth Row: Gary McAtee Richard Renfro, Boh Price, Bill Jewel, Ronald Middleton, Chuck Hutton, Jim Peterf, Fred Parker, Fred Grauetter, ,Eugene Parton. Snplqnmnres Firxt Rout: Betty Fox, Sufan Meehan, Lynda Friedly. Judy Bill Garrett, Torn Gatex, Virgil Kellough, Billy Lawrence. Gihfon, Judy Petty, Florence Hindx, Second Row: Linda Gettz, Fourth Row: Boh Powell, Torn Hudson, Henry Snorhle, Gary Nancy Jenhinf, Georgianna Oherhrorn, Sharon Hull, Lynda McMullin, Ralph How, Duane Fieldx. Oliver, Sufan Dedrich. Third Row: Fred Nerriy, Boh Johnxon, ! e V, f ,1-...tt ...A Firyt Row: lWa1 Judy Baker, Pat Batex, Cheryl Marianna Camp Sandra Collins, Martha Benner, , First Row: Dorr Kinney, Shirley , Lentz, Joyce M Kellner, Linda N A I 1 , .nuw.-.....w ,... MA.. muwmxumwann,waqnm-W. M - err, Anna Rafe, El- gguxon, Roger Pool. Renfro, Boh Price, on, Jim Peters, Fred gh, Billy Lawrence. ienry Snorkle, Gary Firft Row: lVally Brown, Phyllif Arnone, Margaret Cicero, Judy Baker, Pat Baker, Eduina Brunk, Linda Bellamy, Joyhlrme Batex, Cheryl Coyle, Loi: Anderfon, Andie Champman, Marianna Campof. Second Row: Jan Bailey, Judy Cindrich Sandra Collinf, Sandy Beck, Sharon Bilyeu, Barhara Burr, Martha Benner, Jackie Burkhardt. Third Row: Diane Barchardf, I Eleanor Aymuffen, Margaret Butler, Patti Bellanti, Douglaf Brown. Carl.ron Nely, Mike Burnox, Louie Cohh, Boh Burnos, Bah Cooper. Fourth Row: Boh Cook, Gary Cofgrone, John Atkinton, Rex Bennett, Dave Clemence, Joe Clark, Mike Braffield, Jimmie Clark, Joe Arnone, John Collura. uplqnmnres Firyt Row: Dorothy Miller, Carol Munholland, Deanna Mc- Johnfvn, Carol Le IWW, Connie Millflfd- Thin! ROW-' DMM Kinney, Shirley Louelexf, Jenice McCauley, Thea Knoufe, Elxie Mdffin, D011 Mdffiflf Phil Limifey, flick Mflwfryi W 49016 Milef, Lentz, Joyce Martin, Second Row: Donna Mertenx, Linda lame! MWPIJQU Robert Kffmlfff Laffy Mohler- Kellner, Linda McClain, Linda Zafater, Veronica Myers, Patricia .MF .. - ,, ,.,. , ' fwwr gig vm 4 ,,,, W- . ,,-,,.a,..Y -- -r - f - -'rev'-If. -V-f 3. Firft Row: Sandra Williamx, Darlene Smallwood, Lona Stoops, Third Row: Tommy Mike Smith, George Van Haetz, Harold Firft Row: Karea Marcia Stallard, Judy Shotts, Pat Steinherg, Nancy 'Watt,r, lWalher, Larry Vieira, Clinton Tennill, Lyn Turner, Bill Cheri Sopheff I Juanita Sanderf, Sandy Stanfield. Second Row: Richard Walker, Schmitt, Rex Stephenf, Don Sanderf, Larry Young, Bill Connie Slicker, Thomax Tolhert, Dianne Thompxon, Jerry Smith, Linda U7ood, Tuttle, John Ulrich. Carole White, L' Sue Ann Slanenf, Carol Shannon, Sharon Yoder, Sondra Shores. Sufan Thomaf, 1 1 1 1 5 uplynmnres 1 Firxt Row: Judy Vaughan, Elizabeth Santoyo, Sheryle Terry, Turner, Pat Shankx, Judi Solc, Larry Wihl. Third Row: Pat Diana Walden, Mary Wittmeyer, Lefley Sehaxtian, Carolyn Stephenron, Janice Sanderf, Jack Weatherman, Dannie Ste- , Ufeixhach. Carolyn Thomaf. Second Row: Francef Williamson, phenx, Terry Williamx, Frank Smiroldo, Fred Tilhury, David Elane IVooten, Jean Sharp, Bonnie Sherrore, Judy Todd, Pat Zander, Carol Wriedt. 1 ...T-... fm Van H aetz, H arold Lyn Turner, Bill larry Young, Bill l. Third Row: Pat frnan, Dannie Ste- red Tilhnry, David First Row: Karen Yoder, Carolyn Medley, Deanna Valentine Cheri Sopher, jerry Schultz, Connie Sirnpxon, Edna Staton Connie Slicher, Glenda Saylex, Linda Sayles. Second Row: Carole IWhite, Lynda Watt, Io Ann Spinello, Diane Thomas, Safan Thonzax, julia Shoen, Cheryl Zwiener, Diane Toxti, , Charlene Smith, Katherine Sciara. Third Row: Bill Van Sant Boh -Swope, Nick Spear, john Wilfon, Larry Van Sickle Vic Vacarro, Donna Smith, Jackie Shepherd, Carol Stark, Maarzrze Sarlton. Snplqumures ,,,.,. egg ,pail ,.4-'ff - Q Uv if Q 'A ,, ,4 Q L-nv L, I s, ,X Mil' I fi - I ,I 9 Y! i I f. S 'li 'i If ., I ,xg is First Row: Sandy Brislin, Melody Baker, Marry Cerra, Vera Bottorff, Pam Ashley, Joanne Brown, Beverly Alumhaugh, Paula Cunningham. Second Row: Kathleen Browne, Nancy Bronson, Karen Beattie, Elaine Corhett, Sharon Bartlett, Linda Altergott, Catherine Clevenger, Alice Best, Linda Ball, Pat Church. Third Row.' Edwin Allee, Floyd Cronley, john Clutter, Gary Brown, Donald Coffman, Soivny Burns, .lim Colyer, Earl Bradley, Steve Carlson, Fourth Row: Tommy Barnes, Bill Cupito, Franh Cox, Les Avery, Herschel Cox, Danny Couzens, Sanford Boten, Charles Couts, Rex Alumhaugh, David Cox. - Snplynmnres First Row: Beverly Foster, Cheryl Dean, Cena Davis, Sharon Harris, Linda Edwards, Sheila Faherty, Darline Hicks, Linda Davis, Donna Gafhen. Second Row.' Virginia Dihhen, Karla Hader, jennifer George, Linda Foster, Mary L. Herrich, lean Fagan, Shirley Eihen, Warren Gretzinger, Ronald Fornelli. Third Row: Gene Gillogly, Paul Fraceascia, Larry Harris, Ricky Hammond, Don Foste, I. Hatcher, Joe Hendrix, Bill Godfrey, Tom Higgins, Steve DeGhelder, Ronald Feindel. Fourth Row: Roy Franklin, Jim Gordon, Sal Frederico, Dennis Goldsmith, Roland Dice, Hohhie Harding, Terry Hahnfeld, jack Hudson, Charles Gerher. First Row: jeanette Brown, jo Ella T Gregory, jerry Johnson, First Row: .ludy Marcella Hudson Sara Counti, Bev Donna Goodpast. Helen Watson, ..-ww WW.. - l - W' .X . . xiii 1 KKWSXEQSRQAN A wax X X ronley, John Clutter, nf, lim Colyer, Earl 'ornrny Barnes, Bill ox, Danny Couzenx, augh, David Cox. - , Joe Hendrix, Bill wr, Ronald Feindel. al Frederico, Denniy g, Terry Hahnfeld, Firxt Row: Pauline Parker, Sharon Golden, Diana Gaxton, Jeanette Brown, Ellen Morgan, Linda Adarnf, Harriette Capell. Jo Ella ThurJton, Carolyn Montefano. 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ADAMS, JUDITH: A Cappella 4,' Delta Literary Society 2, 3, ,Treasurer 4,' Jr. Red Cross 2,' Latin Club 2, 3, 4,' Treasurer 2,' Pep Club 2, 4,' Y-Teens 2, 3. ALBERTSON, TOM: 2nd Team Football 2,' Jr. Varsity Track 2, 3. ALDRIDGE, ALLEN: Band 1, 2,' 2nd Team Football 2,' Varsity 3,' Latin Club 3,' Student Council 2. ALEXANDER, JANET.' Courier Staff 4,' Delta Literary Society 3, Reporter 4,' Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain 3, 4,' Latin Club 3, 4,' Pep Club 3, Sgt-at-Arms 4,' Student Council 2. ' ALVIS, LOLA.' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Spanish Club 2, 3,' Y-Teens 2, 3. ANDERSON, JERRY: 2nd Team Basketball 3,' Latin Club 1, ,2,' Student Council 4,' Track 2, 3, 4,' Youth Council 4. ANDERSON, MICHAEL: A Cappella 3, Treasurer 4,' Jr. Sr. Team 3, 4,' Hockey Sportsday 3, 4,' Latin Club 2, 3, Treasurer 2,' Olympic Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4,' Theta Literary Society 2, 3, djnitiator, Treasurer 4,' Volleyball Sportsday 2,' Theta Song- le er. . ANDERSON, .RONNIE.' Varsity Basketball 4,' 2nd Team Foot- ball 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Captain Football Team 4, 1st Team All-City 4, 2nd Team District,'.Hi-Y Treasurer 4. ANDERSON, WILLIAM: Hi-Y 3, 4,' Jr. Red Cross 4,' Student Council 2, 3, 4,' Youth Council 3, 4. ATKINSON, JANET: Intramural Award 1, 2. AU BUCKEN, LARRY: 2nd Team Basketball 1, 2,' 2nd Team Football 2, Varsity 3,' Student Council 1, 2, 3,' Youth Council 2, 3. BAILEY, LINDA: A Cappella 3, 4,' Band 4,' Pep Club 2,' Stu- dent Council 2, 3,' Theta Literary Society 2, 3, Secretary, Initiator 4,' Youth Council 4. BAUER, JACKIE: Pep Club 2,' Spanish Club 2, 3. BENIT, THOMAS.' R.O.T.C. Major, Rifle Team 4. BETZ, RICHARD.' 2nd Team Football 2,' Varsity 4,' Hi-Y 3, 4,' Track 3. BISHOP, CLIFF.' Varsity Football 4,' Track 3. BLACKWELL, LOREN.' Benton Literary Society 3, Critic 4,' French Club 3,' R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Colonel 4, Rifle Team 3, 4,' Spring Play Cast .3, 4,' D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award: National Merit Letter of Commendation 4. BOBBITT, CHARLES: Benton Literary Society 2, 3, 4,' RiO.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Sgt. 3,"Spanish Club 3, Treasurer 4,' Speech Arts Club 3,' Spring Play Cast 3,' Viking Varieties 3. BOND, RONALD: 1st Team Basketball 3, Starting Five 4,' Senior Class President, Junior Class President: Northeast Society of Debate 3, 4,' 2nd Team Football 1, 2, 4, Honorable Mention All-City Football Team,' Hi-Y Vice-President 3, 4,' Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4,' Track, High Jump 1, 2, 3, 4. BOUSE, JAY.' Varsity Football 4,' Track 2, 3. BOYCE, BARBARA.' Alpha Literary Society 4,' Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Seal Club 2, 3,' Spanish Club 2, 3,' Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4,' Youth Council 2,'3,' Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4,' Intramural Award 1,' Freshman Queen Attendant 1. BOYD, DOUGLAS: A Cappella 3, President 4,' Band 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4,' Benton Literary Society 2, Vice-President 3, 4,' Hi-Y 3, 4,' Latin Club 1, 2,' Youth Council 3, President 4,' Youth and Govn't Delegate 4. BRACE, STEPHEN: Cross Country 3, 4: 2nd Team Football 2,' Track 3, 4. BRIANT, PEGGY: Delta Literary Society 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4,' Student Council 2, 3, 4,' Y-Teens 2, 4,' Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. BROOKS. ANNE: A Cappella 3,' City Hall Day 4,' Delta Literary Society 2, 3, Secretary 4,' French Club Secretary, Sgt.-at-Arms 3,' Tri-Hi-Y 3, President 4,' Individual Sportsday 3,' Pep Club 2, 3,' Seal Club 2, 3, 4,' Speech Arts Club 2, 3,' Y-Teens 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4,' Intramurals Award 1, 2, 3. 'I64 .. 1. sits Mf 2 .mwffimwww UHUI5 BROWN, KAREN: A Cappella Librarian 3,' Delta Literary Society 2, 3, President 4,' Tri-Hi-Y Vice-President 4,' Jr. Red Cross 3,' Latin Club 1, 2, 4,' National Honor Society 3, Secretary 4,' Nor'easter Staff Story Editor 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, Secretary 4,' Speech Arts 2, 3,' Student Council 1, 3,' All-City Representative 4,' Youth Council 2, 3,' Y-Teens 2, 3,' 100 Girls Club 3, 4,' Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow 4,' Track Queen Attendant 4,' National Merit Letter of Commendation. BUFFA, MANUAL: Benton Literary Society 4,' 2nd Team Football 2,' Hi-Y 3, 4,' Jr. Red Cross 3,' Student Council 3,' Track 3, 4,' Youth Council 4. BURNAP, LINDA: A Cappella 3, 4. BUTLER, JUANITA: A Cappella Treasurer 4,' Band I, 2, 3,- Jr. vs. Sr, Basketball Team 3, 4,' Courier Staff 4,' Delta Literary Society 3, Reporter 4,' Hockey Sportsday 3, 4,' Olympic Club 2, 3, Chaplain 4,' Orchestra 2, 3,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Volleyball Sportsday 3,' Youth Council 2, 3. BYRD, JAMES: A Cappella 3, 4,' Band 1,' Northeast Society of Debate 3, 4,' 2nd Team Football 1, 2,' Hi-Y 3. BYRNE, WINNIE.' A Cappella Secretary 3, Vice-President 4,- Delta Literary Society Chaplain, Medal Pinner 4,' Jr. Red Cross 4,' Pep Club 2, 3,' Speech Arts Club 2, 3,' Student Council 2, 3,' Youth Council 2, 3,' Y-Teens 4,' Tri-Hi-Y 4. CALDWELL, JOYCE: Jr. Red Cross 4. CAMPBELL, SALLY: Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4,' Delta Literary Society 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' R.O.T.C. Queen Attendant 4,' Seal Club 3,' Speech Arts Club 3,' Student Council 3, 4,' Viking Varieties 3,' Y-Teens 3, 4,' Delta Songleader 4. CAPELL, WILLIAM: Band' 1, 2, 3, President 4,' Benton Literary Society 3, Treasurer 4,' Courier Staff Sports Editor 4,' F.T.A. 4,' Orchestra 2, 3, 4,' Track 2, 3, All-City Orchestra 4. CARLSON, PHYLLIS.' Jr. Red Cross 2, 3,' Student Council 1, 2, 4. CAREY, WALTER: A Cappella 4,' R.O.T.C. 2, Sgt. 3, 4j Track 3, 4. COBB, BONNIE.' Pep Club 2, 3,' Speech Club 2, 3,' Student Council 4,' Theta Literary Society 3, Chaplain 4,' Youth Council 3, 4- COLEMAN, ANN: Alpha Literary Society 2, 3. Sgt.-at-Arms 4: B-Team Cheerleader 3, Pep Club 3,' Seal Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 2, 3, Sgt-at-Arms 2,' Student Council 1. COLEMAN, GARY.' 2nd Team Basketball 2, 1st Team 3, 4, Starting Five 4,' Northeast Society of Debate 4,' 2nd Team Foot- ball 1, Varsity 4,' Hi-Y 4,' Jr. Red Cross 3,' Speech Arts Club 4,' Student Council 1, 3, 4,' Track Broad Jump 2, 4,' Youth Council 3. COOK, RAYMOND: A Cappella 4,' Benton Literary Society 3. 4,' R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Ist Lt. 4,' Spanish Club President 3, 4! Viking Varieties 3: Freshman Outstanding Citizen Award 1. COUSINS, RAYMOND: City Hall Day 4,' Senior Class Vice- President: Northeast Society of Debate 3, President 4,' Hi- Y 4,' Latin Club 1, Chaplain 2,' National Honor Society 3, 4,' Student Council 3, Youth Council Vice-President 4,' National Merit Finalist 4,' United Campaign Area Leader 4. CRAMER, TERRY: Jr. Red Cross 2, 4,' National Honor Society 3, Treasurer 4,' Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4,' Speech Arts 2,' Theta Literary Society 2, 3,' Y-Teens 1,' Valedictorian 4,' 100 Girls' Club 3, 4,' D.A.R. Good Citizens Award 3,' National Merit Finalist 4. CRANE, JIM: A Cappella 3, President 4,' 2nd Team Basketball 2,' Junior Class Vice-President, 2nd Team Football 2, Varsity 3. 4,' Hi-Y 3, 4,' Latin Club 2, 3, 4,' Track 2. CRAWFORD, GERALD: 2nd Team Basketball 2,' Varsity 3.' Northeast Society of Debate 2, 3, 4,' 2nd Team Football 1, 2, Varsity 3,' Hi-Y 3,' Latin Club 1, 2, Track 2, CRAWFORD, REXINE: Varsity Cheerleader the Junior Class,' Clionians 2, 3, Sgt-at-Arms Individual Sportsday I, 3,' Jr. Red Cross 2, 2,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Seal Club 2, 3,' Student ing Varieties 2, 3.' Viking Villiage Council 2, 3,' Y-Teens 2, 3, 4,' Homecoming Queen 3, 4. 3, 4,' Giftorian ol 4,' Tri-Hi-Y 3, 41' 4,' Latin Club 1, Council I , 2,' Vib- 1,' Youth Council Attendant,' March Council Vive CUNDIFF, C CURIALE, K1 CUSHMAN, 4 tat 3. 4,' B-T Chaplain, Init dent 4,' Hockey Club 2, 3. Sgt-ee day 3, 4,' Y-Teen DORMAN, IAN 3, 4, Nor'easter 2, Spanish ,Club Y-Teens 1, 2' EATON, BYRQ ing Five 4,' Dllm EDDY, BARRIE. Debate 4! T Team 4,' HeY 3, EDWARDS, C0 Pep 2, 31 4 ERICSON, ROB 4, All-City Band east Society of D Varsity 4,' H1-Y Orchestra 2, 3, 3,' Youth Counci. gf Dimes Atl 1 FIT ZWATER, R FREDRICO, M111 at-Arms 4- GARFIELD, CAF ball Team 4,' TH Club 2, 3, Chaps Volleyball Sports: Gym 3, 4,' Intrai Literary Society 2 GIBSON, MARY 1: Latin Club I, President 4,' Y-'IT Finalist 4. GOLDSMITH, B 2nd Team Footbc Photographer 4,' C GORENC, LAR1 Award 1, 2, 3, 4 GREEN, TERRY 3, 4, President E President 4,' City 4. HANEY, BEVIT Council 2, 3, 4. HARBISON, N Chaplain, Initiat 3: Pep Club 2, f 2, 3,' Student Cc HARRILL, SHA 4,' Ir. Red Cross Queen 4,' Seal C Viking Varieties HAWKINS, JO Council 2, 3,' Tn HELM, JOHN: 3: Track 3, 4. HILTNER, OR Northeast Societ Jr. Red Cross 5 HOLCER, CHA HOLLO IVAY, , 2. IBA.RRA, RON Starting Five 4,' .Hf Lf,-l...,, , an 3,' Delta Literary -President 4,' jr, Red 0' Soviets 3, Secretary lub 2, 3, Seoreta-ry 4,- ill-City Representative Girls Club 3. 4,' Betty k Queen Attendant 4,- Wiefy 4,' 2nd Team ',' Student Council 3,- 'ef 4,' Band 1, 2, 3,- Vfdff 4,' Delta Literary , 4,' Olympic Club 2, ' 2, 3, 4,' Volleyball ,Northeast Society of . 3. 3, Vice-President 4,' met' 4,' lr. Red Cross Stigdent Council 2, 3,' 3, 4,' Delta Literary 4,' R.O.T.C. Queen b 3,' Student Council vlta Songleader 4. at 4,' Benton Literary rts Editor 4,' F,T,A, y Orchestra 4. ,' Student Council 1, 1- 2, Sgt. 3, 4,' Track -Club, 2, 3,' Student tin 4,' Youth Council 2, 3. Sgt.-at-Arms 4,' 'Club 2, 3,' Spanish 7 2, Ist Team 3, 4, 2 4,' 2nd Team Foot- Speech Arts Club 4,' 2, 4,' Youth Council n Literary Society 3, Club President 3, 4,' 3 Citizen Award 1. ,' Senior Class Vice- I, President 4,' Hi- rl Honor Society 3, 'resident 4,' National Leader 4. tional Honor Society President 4,' Speech r 1,' Valedictorian 4,' ' Award 3,' National Ind Team Basketball Football 2, Varsity 2. etball 2,' Varsity 3,' T'eam Football 1, 2, ?, 3, 4. r 3, 4,' Giftorian of s 4,' Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4,' ?, 4,' Latin Club 1, ? Council I, 2,' Vik- ! 1,' Youth Council t Attendant,' March ,MN ,Al : , jim, n ' ' '.V' '12 ,,,,,. L"',' ijafff ,jjf1'LQ"g',,'y7-jf''fro -ijt 1: 735- 'v -. K ,... v 1 Z , V- . I J . , I . . . , V A 3 ,.V',, f,,r,,a,g,,' "iq, . ,, , V, , , - . A . ' , kappa uw- Q- , . . , , ., .. , .,.f,, ,. , .. ,, ,t 4,1247 . .,prZz,gtK:Agy,a,, ., i .i ., , Z -qi., -,ivy 1 : V .L 1, , V ...m..2A.u..ff M . ' av-tx, t , ,ft M, '-.tm ff- W ta..- 4 . ff i .. -. a.,.,.e,.,L,- L... 2, H... a,.cQ,,,..,4.' . A, ,f an. .,,.,,Al 7ff,5.r7h:.:3yf,W ah 7, of Dimes Attendant: Freshman Queen Attendant 3,' Student Council Vice-President 1. CUNDIFF, CALVIN: R.O.T.C. 2, Sgt. 3. CURIALE, KITTY: Jr. Red Cross 1, 3,' .Student Council 1, 3. CUSHMAN, CHRISTINE: A Cappella 3, 4,' Jr. vs. Sr. Basket- ball 3, 4,' B-Team Cheerleader 3,'Varsity 4,' Clionian 2, 3, Chaplain, Initiator 4,' French Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Presi- dent 4,' Hockey Sportsday 3, 4,' Individual Sportsday 3,' Olympic Club 2, 3, Sgt-at-Arms 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Volleyball Sports- day 3, 4,' Y-Teens 2. DORMAN, JANETIT: A Cappella 3,' National Honor Society 3, 4,' Nor'easter Staff Assistant Business Manager 4,' Pep Club 2,' Spanish Club 2, 3, 4,' Theta Literary Society 2, 3, Critic 4,' Y-Teens 1,'2. EATON, BYRON: 2nd Team Basketball 2, Ist Team 3, 4,' Start- ing Five 4,' Latin Club 4,' Student Council 3. EDDY, BARRIE: Ist Team Basketball 4,' Northeast Society of Debate 4,' 2nd Team Football 2, Varsity 3, 4, All-City Football Team 4,' Hi-Y 3, 4: Latin Club 4,' Student Council 4,' Track 2. EDWARDS, CONNIE: Jr. Red Cross 1, 4,' Latin Club 3, 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Student Council I, 2. ERICSON, ROBERT.' Band 1, 2, 3, 4, All-City Orchestra 3, 4, All-City Band 4,' 2nd Team Basketball 2, Varsity 4,' North- east Society of Debate 3, Sgt-at-Arms 4,' 2nd Team Football 2, Varsity 4,' Hi-Y President 1, 3, Secretary 4,' Jr. Red Cross 4,' Orchestra 2, 3, 4,' Student Council 1, 2, 4,' Viking Varieties 2, 3: Youth Council Bailiff 4. FITZWATER, RICHARD: Cross Country 3. FREDRICO, MIKE: Varsity Football 3, 4,' Youth Council Sgt.- at-Arms 4. GARFIELD, CAROL: A Cappella 3, Treasurer 4,' Jr-Sr. Basket- ball Team 4,' Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4,' Latin Club Treasurer 3,' Olympic Club 2, 3, Chaplain 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Student Council 4,' Volleyball Sportsday 3,' Snowball Queen Attendant 4,' 7th Hour Gym 3, 4,' Intramural Award 1, 2, 3,' Jr. Red Cross 4,' Delta Literary Society 2, 3, Treasurer 4. GIBSON, MARY LYNN: Tri-Hi-Y Historian 4,' Jr. Red Cross I: Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4,' Theta Literary Society 2, 3: Treasurer, President 4,' Y-Teens 2,' 100 Girls' Club 3, 4,' National Merit Finalist 4. GOLDSMITH, B.RUCE.' Benton Literary Society 3, Reporter 4,' 2nd Team Football 2,' Hi-Y 4,' Latin Club 3, 4,' Nor'easter Staff Photographer 4,' Track Shot Put 2. GORENC, LARRY: Jr. Red Cross 1, Reporter 4,' Intramural Award Z, 2, 3, 4. GREEN, TERRY: City Hall Day 4,' Jr. Red Cross 3,' Latin Club 3, 4. President 3, Vice-President 4,' National Honor Society'3, President 4,' City Council Student Advisory Board 3,' Salutatorran 4. HANEY, BETTY: Jr. Red Cross 3,' Pep Club 2,' Student Council 2, 3, 4. HARBISON, NANCY: A Cappella Secretary- Clionians 3, Chaplain, Initiator 4,' Individual Sportsday Diving 2nd Place 3,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Seal Club 2, 3, President 4,' Spanish Club 2, 3,' Student Council 3,' Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. HARRILL, SHA.RON.' City Hall Day 4,' French Club Chaplain 4,' Jr. Red cross 4, Latin cnt 1, 2,- Pep clit 1, 2. 4,' R,0-T-C- Queen 4,' Seal Club 1, 2, 3, Seafefdfy 4,' Student Cornell If 2" Viking Varieties 1, 2, 3,' Y-Teens 4. HA WKINS, 1oHN.- Varsity Football 3, 4, Ht-Y 4: Student Council 2, 3,' Track 2,' Jr. Red Cross 2. HELM, JOHN: Northeast Society of Debate 4,' Student Council 3,' Track 3, 4. I HILTNER, ORIN: 2nd Team Basketball 3, Ist Team if Northeast Society of Debate 4,' French Club 3,' Hi-Y 3, , Ir. Red Cross 3: Nor' easter Staff 4,' Track 2. HOLCER, CHARLES: R.O.T.C. P.F.C. I, 2. HOLLOWAY, JAMES: R.O.T.C. 1, P.F.C. 2,' Spanish Club 1. 2. IBARRA, RoNN1E.- 2nd Team Basketball.2, lst Team 3. 4. Starting Five 4,' 2nd Team Football 2, Varsity 31 4,' TWICE 2, 3- .-A 2-V 4 -+'vrw'1fvffff"ii"""f - A - ei--.-,-A-,.v-1-:sy-1--., W, ,. . INZERILLO, BENNY: Photographic Arts Club 2, 3, 4,' Weight- ltfters Club Treasurer 3. JENKINS, ROBERT: Benton Literary Society 2, 3, Reporter 4,' Frenc.h'Club 3, Reporter 4,' R.O.T.C. 1, 2, Ist Lt.. Rifle Team 3,' Viking Varieties 1. JOHNSON, KAREN.' Latin Club 2. IONES, BARBARA.' A Cappella 3, 4,' Latin Club 3. 4,' Theta Literary Society 2, 3, President, Sgt-at-Arms 4. JONES, KAREN: Jr.-Sr. Basketball Team 4,' B-Team Cheer- leader 3, Varsity 4,' Courier Staff 4,' Delta Literary Society 2, 3, Songleader, Historian 4,' Tri-Hi-Y 4,' Individual Sportsday 3: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary, Treasurer 3,' Student Council 2, 3, Secretary 4,' Youth Council 3 . KERR, DEANNA: A Cappella 3, 4,' Jr. Sr. Basketball Team 3, 4,' Delta Literary Society 2, 3, Critic, President 4,' Tri-Hi- Y 3, 4, President 3, 4,' Individual Sportsday 3,' National Honor Society 3, 4,' Nor'easter Staff 4,' Olympic Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4,' Track Queen Attendant 4,' Spanish Club 2, 3, President 2,' Student Council. 4,' Viking Varieties 1, 2, 3,' Lawyer Youth and Govn't 3, 4,' 100 Girls' Club 3, 4,' 7th Hour Gym 4: Intra- mural Award I, 2, 3, Pin 4,' Vice-President City Wfide Hi-Y Council 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4,' Snowball Queen Attendant. KIMSEY, MARY: A Cappella 3, 4,' Tri-Hi-Y 4,' Pep Club 3, 4. I KING, PEGGY: Jr. Red Cross 4,' Lit Medal Winner Essay 3rd Place 3,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Theta Literary Society 3, Sec- retary 4,' Y-Teens 3. LANCASTER, TONI.' A Cappella 3, 41 Courier Staff Busi- ness Manager 4,' Delta Literary Society 2, 3, Historian 4,' Tri- Hi-Y 4,' Pep Club 3, 4,' Russian Delegate to Model U.N.- Y.M.C.A., Justice Youth and Govn't. LAURENZANA, PAULA: A Cappella 3, 4,- ctioatam 2, 3, 4,- Latin Club 2,' Lit Medal Winner Poem 2nd Place 2,' Pep Club 2, 3,' Freshman Queen 1,' Spanish Club 4,' Student Council 4,' Viking Varieties 3,' Y-Teens 2. LEPPER, ROXANNE: F.T.A. 3, 4,' Tri-Hi-Y 3,' Jr. Red Cross 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Student Council 3, 4,' Youth Council 4,' Y-Teens 3, 4,' R.O.T.C. Queen Attendant 4. LINGLE, KAREN: Alpha Literary Society 3, Chaplain 4: French Club 3,' Spanish Club 3. MC DANIEL, MICHAEL: Latin Club 1, 2,' Orchestra I, Presi- dent 4,' Student Council 4. MC GARITY, NOYCE.' A Cappella 3, President 4,' Senior Class Treasurer: Courier Staff Managing Editor 4,' Northeast Society of Debate 3, Reporter 4,' 2nd Team Football 2, Varsity 3, 4,' Hi-Y 3, Chaplain 4: Jr. Red Cross 3,' Student Council 3, 4. MC LAUGHLIN, WILLIAM: Benton Literary Society 2, Chaplain, Treasurer 3, President 4,' Hi-Y 4,' Jr. Red Cross 4,' Lit Medal lVinner 2nd Place Declamation 3,' R.O.T.C. Lt. 1, 2,' Spanish Club President 3, Vice-President 4,' Youth Coun- cil 4. MACA.RI, CAROLYN.' A Cappella 4,' Courier Staff 4,' Latin Club 1, 2,' Pep Club 3, 4,' Y-Teens 3. MALL, NANCY: Jr. vs. Sr. Team 3, 4,' Cliwliaflr 2, 3, Initiator 4,' Hockey Sportsday 4,' Latin Club 1, 2,' Olympic Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4,' Pep Club 2,' Youth Council 2,' Y- Teens 2,' 7th Hour Gym 3, 4. MANGE, JO ANN: Art Club I,' Clionian 2, 3, Songleader, Critic, Secretary 4,' Courier Staff Editor 4,' Tri-Hi-Y Sgt.-at- Arms 4,' Jr. Red Cross 3,' Latin Club I, 2,' Pep Club 3, Reporter 4,' Basketball Queen Attendant 4,' Freshman Queen Attendant I,' Student Council 3, 4,' Viking Varieties 1,' Youth Council 3,' Y-Teens 3, Secretary 4,' Lawyer Youth and Govn't 4. MARSH, LARRY: Band I, 2, Manager 3, Drum Major 4,' Benton Literary Society 2, 3,' Orchestra 2, 3, 4,' R.O.T.C. 2nd Lt. 2, 3, 4,' Viking Varieties 2, 3. MILLER, FRANK: Art Club 3. MOHLER, JANET: A Cappella 4,' comer staff 4, Pep Club 2,' Spanish Club 3,' Theta Literary Society 2, 3, 4,' Youth Council 4,' Tri-Hi-Y 4. MONTES, JOSE: Student Council 4. 165 . A t if 11. MONTESANO MADELINE.' Alpha Literary Society 2 3 Songleader Secretary President 4' Giftorian Senior Class' Courier Staff 4' Tri-I-Ii-Y 4' Jr. Red Cross 3 4' Latin Club Vzce President 2 President 3' Pep Club 3 4' Homecoming Queen 4 Viking Varieties 3' Youth Council 4' Y-Teens Fel- loushzp Chairman 3 Inter-Council Representative 4' Junior Sueetheart 3. MORTON GWENN: Art Club 3' Clionians 2 3 4' Jr. Red Cross 2 3 4' Latin Club 2 3' Pep Club 2 3' Speech Arts flu 2 3 Spring Play 4' Student Council. MURRAY JAMES: Ist Team Basketball 4' Varsity Football J French Club 3' R.O.T.C. 1 2 3 Colonel 4 Rifle Team Captain 4 Chicago Tribune Auard 1 2, MURTHA TERESA: Speech Arts Club 3' Youth' Council 4. NATHANS PHYLLIS: Spanish Club 2 3. NAUSS ELIZABETH: Dramatics Treasurer 4' Latin Club 2. NEAL MARY SUE: Pep Club 2 3 4' Tri-Hi-Y 3 4' Girls: Chorus 2 NELSON JANET: A Cappella 3 4' Jr. Red Cross 2' Theta Literary Society 3 Historian 4. OAKS RICHARD.' Benton Literary Society 3 4' Franec Club -t ROTC Lt. Ist Class 2 3. . PACE NEIL.' Art Club 1' Benton Literary Society 3 Sgt.-at- Arms 4 Courier Staff 4' J. .Red Cross 2' Youth Council 3. PALMER BONNIE: Alpha Literary Society 3 President 4,' Student Council 4' Finance 4' Basketball Queen Atendant 4. PASCUZZI JEANETTE.' Jr. Red Cross 4' Student Council YFC 2 . PAUL JIM.' A Cappella Reporter 4' Northeast Society of Debate 4 Hi-Y 3 4' Latin Club 1 2' Nor easter Staff Picture Editor 4 Student Council 4' Track 2. PERVINE JERRY: Basketball Manager 4' Varsity Football 4' Jr Red Cross 2' Student Council 4. PICKELL JUDY.' Latin Club 2' Pep Club 2 3 4' Student Council 3 PIERCE, JANE: A Cappella 3, 4,' Delta Literary Society 2, 3, Vice-President 4,' Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4,' Jr. Red Cross 2,' National Honor Society 3, 4,' INor'easter Staff Editorin- Chief 4' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Youth Council 2, 3,' Sweetheart Queen Attendant 4,' Student Council 1, 2, 4,' Viking Varieties 1, 2,' Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, President 4,' Intramural Award 1, 2,' Freshman Queen Attendant 1,' Junior Sweetheart Princess Candidate 3. PLOEGER, HENRY: A Cappella 4. POWER, CAROLYN: Jr. Sr. Team 3, 4,' B-Team Cheerleader 3,' Clionians, 3, Treasurer, Vice-President 4,' Hockey Sportsday 3, 4,' Latin Club 2, Vice-President 4,' Nor'easter Staff 3, 4,' Olympic Club 2, 3, Secretary 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, President 4,' Track Queen Attendant 4,' Viking Varieties 1, 2,' Youth Coun- cil 2,' Intramural Award 1, 2, 3, Pin 4,' Tri-Hi-Y 3, Vice- President 4,' Hi-Y City Council Chaplain 4. PRUITT, LINDA.' A Cappella 3, 4,' Delta Literary Society 2, 3, Secretary 4,' Latin Club 2,' Pep Club 3, 4,' Youth Council 2,' Finance Staff 4. PUCKETT, JUDITH CARLENE: Jr. Sr. Team 3, 4,' B-Team Cheerleader 3,' Junior Class Secretary,' Senior Class Secretary,' Cliortians 2, 3,' Viae+President, President 4,' Tri-Hi-Y 4,' Hockey Sportsday 4,' National Honor Society 3, 4,' Nor'- easter Staff 4,' Olympic Club 2, 3, Secretary 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4,' Homecoming Attendant 4,' Sweetheart Queen 4,' Spanish Club President 1, Vice-President 2,' Student Coun- cil 2,' Y-Teens 2, 3, Treasurer 4,' 100 Girls' Club 3, 4,' OM- standing' Citizen Award 2,' Intramural Award 1, 2, 3, Pin 4,' 7th Hour Gym 3, 4,' Freshman Queen Attendant 1,' Lawyer- Youth And Govn't 4. RANDAZZO, DOROTHY.' Alpha Literary Society 2, 3, Ini- tiator 4,' Courier Staff Circulation Manager 4,' F.T.A. 3, 4,' Tri-Hi-Y 4,' Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, President 4,' Latin Club 1, Treasurer 2,' Pep Club 2, 3,' Speech Arts Club 2, Secretary 2,' Fall Play Cast 4,' Student Council 2, 3,' Youth Council 2, 3, Secretary 4,' Y-Teens 2, 3. RICHARDSON, DOUGLAS: Northeast Society of Debate 2, 3, Vice-President 4,' 2nd Team Football 2, Varsity 3, 4,' Hi-Y 166 - Q 4. 3 f-fl-'-gi --,g.-5,353 President 3, 4,' Latin Club Vice-President 2,' Student Coungjj President 4,' Track 2, 3, 4,' Viking Village Council 2,' President Northeast Athletic Booster Club 3, 4,' Student Governor of Missouri 4. RICONO, MARTIN: 2nd Team Basketball 1, Captain 2, 3, Varsity 4,' 2nd Team Football Captain 2, Varsity 3, 4,' Hi-Y 4,' Jr. Red Cross 1,' Student Council 1, 2, 3,' Viking Village Council 3,' Youth Council 4. ROBERTS, TERRY.' Benton Literary Society Critic 2, 3, 4,- Track 440 Yard Dash 2. ROGERS, KENNY.' Varsity Football 4,' Jr. Red Cross 4,' Track 4. ROHNING, DONNA: A Cappella 3, Vice-President 4,' Jr, Sr. Team 3,' Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4,' Junior Class Reporter: Senior Class Reporter,' Clionians 2, 3, President, Critic 4,' Tri- Hi-Y 4,' Individual Sportsday 3,' Jr. Red Cross 4,' Latui Club 2, 3, 4,' National Honor Society 3, 4,' Nor'easter Staff 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Homecoming Attendant 4,' Speech Arts 2, 3,' Student Council 2,' Viking Village 3,' Youth Council 2, 3,' Y. Teens 2, 3, 4,' Outstanding Citizen Award 3,' Clionian Song- leader 4,' Intramural Award 1, 2,' Freshman Queen Attendant 1,' Sophomo-re Sweetheart Princess 2,' 100 Girls' Club 3, 4,' Lawyer-Youth in Govn't 4. SAGE, BONNIE: F.T.A. Vice-President 4,' Jr. Red Cross 2,' Spring Play Cast 4,' Student Council 4. SAUNDERS, STEVEN: Latin Club 2, Vice-President 3,' Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4,' Orchestra 1, Sgt.-at-Arms 2,' All- City Orchestra 1, 2, 3. SHELTON, PAT.' Pep Club 3, 4. Q SHERPY, RONALD.' Benton Literary Society 2, 3, 4,' Jr. Red Cross 1, 2,' Latin Club 1, 2,' R.O.T.C. Drill Captain 1, 2, 3g Student Council 2, 3. . SIMSHEUSER, BONNIE: Pep Club 1. SINNETT, ELAINE.' Hockey Sportsday 3, 4,' Jr. Red Cross 2,' Olympic Club 4,' 7th Hour Gym 4,' Manager Senior Girls' Basketball Team 4. SMALLEY, PATRICIA: Alpha Literary Society 3, 4,' Student Council 1. SMITH, TERRY.' 2nd Team Basketball 3, Varsity 4,' Varsity Football 4,' Latin Club President 3, 4,' Student Council 2nd Vice-President 4,' Track Quarter Mile 3,' Rep. at Optimist Dinner 4. SPOOR, DAVID.' Art Club 15 Courier Printing Staff 4. ST AGG, ED.' Courier Printing Staff 4. STALKER, STEPHEN: Orchestra 4,' Track 4. STANTON, KENNETH EUGENE: A Cappella 3, Vice-Presi- dent 4,' Courier Staff Feature Editor 4,' Art Editor 4,' North- east Society of Debate 2, 3, Vice-President 4,' Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4,' Nor'easter Staff Art Editor 4,' Spanish Club Sgt-at-Arms 2,' Speech Arts Club President 2, 3, 4,' Spring Play Male Lead 3,' Student Council 2, 3,' Youth Council 2, 3, 4. STURGIS, JOANNA.' Clionians 2, 3, 4,' Courier Staff 4g F.T.A. 4,' Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4,' Latin Club 3,' Pep Club 2, 3. 4,' Seal Club 3, Reporter 4,' Youth Council 3. Treasurer 4,' Y-Teens1,' House Representative Youth in Govn't 4,' Speech Arts Club 2. SWAIN, WYNIFRED: Jr. Red Cross 4,' Student Council 1. TENNIS, SHARON.' Jr. Red Cross 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Viking Varieties 3,' Tri-Hi-Y 4. THOMPSON, JAMES: Hi-Y 4,' Track 2, 3, 4,' Youth Council TISCHINSKI, JANE: A Cappella 4,' Art Club 3,' Latin Club 2, 4,' Pep Club 3, 4,' Y-Teens 4. TOWSE. JUDY.' A Cappella 3,' Band 1, 2,' Basketball Sports- fltly 4,' Jr.-Sr. Team 3, 4,' Varsity Cheerleader 3, Head-Cheer leaderq 4,' Delta Literary Society 2, 3, Chaplain, Initiator 4,' Trl-H2-Y 3, Reporter 4,' Individual Sportsday 3,' Latin Club Pfeffdem 3, 4,' Nor'easter Staff 4,' Orchestra 1,' Pep Club 2, 3, 41 Bdfliefbdll Q146912 4,' Seal Club Sgt-at-Arms 2, Secretary, Vice- President 3. President 4,' Speech Arts Club Sgt-at-Arms 3,' Student Council 2,' Viking Varieties 1. 2, 3,' Youth Council 2,' Y-Teens 2, 3,' Treasurer All-City Latin Club 3, 4,' 7th Hour Gym 3, 4,' Judge-Youth in Govn't 4,' Intramural Award 1. .-L...'IZF"T" , -. T' v , -f .. 3 . -1- . r':"4'ff'.r-,-f.-f-'-v- '-M vvwf-'-1---.tv www.-0 4-Y ---w-.v. -.-,.,.,,..,,,..,,,,.. .,....-,........ TUNGETT, t Rellly 21 3: ULRICH, so Latin Club 1 Vice-President 4 VAN SICKLE Literary Socie Hi-Y 4,' lf- - Poem' 31' Pep Teens 2, 3, Retro WALZ, MARG Chaplain 4,' Aft Club 2, 3- IVHIPPLE, JOH Contest Lincobn WILLIAM, GIN WILSON, BILLI' Junior Class Sg Staff News Edito- Songleader 4,' T11 4,' Pep Club 2, Q tendant 4,' Stride dent 1,' Viking Lawyer-Youth in 3,' 7th Hour Gy: ' . 2,' Student Council Council 2,' President tudent Governor of ll 1, Captain 2, 3, Varsity 3, 4,' Hi-Y ', 3,' Viking Village fety Critic 2, 3, 4,- Jr. Red Cross 4,- 'ice-President 4,' Jr, rtior Class Reporter,- rident, Critic 4,' Tri- Cross 4,' Latin Club r'easter Staff 4,' Pep Speech Arts 2, 3,- th Council 2, 3,' Y- l 3,' Clionian Song- zn Queen Attendant ' Girls' Club 3, 4,' ,' Jr. Red Cross 2,' 'ce-President 3,' Na- Sgt.-at-Arms 2,' All- tfy 2, 3, 4,' Ir- Red ill Captain 1, 2, 3,' 4,' Jr. Red Cross 2,' nager Senior Girls' ciety 3, 4,' Student Varsity 4: Varsity udent Council 2nd Rep. at Optimist ating Staff 4. 4. pella 3, Vice-Presi- 't Editor 4,' North- 4,' Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4,' lub Sgt-at-Arms 2,' Play Male Lead 3,' 4. .trier Staff 4,' F.T.A. , 3. 4,' Seal Club 3, 4 Y-Teens 1,' House 'ts Club 2. dent Council 1. lub 2, 3, 4,' Viking 4,' Youth Council Elub 3,' Latin Club Basketball Sports- er 3, Head-Cheer- plain, Initiator 4,' ay 3,' Latin Club ,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' 2 Secretary Vice- at Arms 3 Student ouncil 2 YTeens f Hour Gyn' 3 4 J... v TUNGETT, FRANK.' A Cappella 4,' Track 440, 100, 200 Yard, 880 Relay 2, 3, 4. ULRICH, SONDRA: Clionians 3, Reporter 4,' Courier Staff 4,' Latin Club 1, 2,' Seal Club 1, 2, Sgt-at-Arms, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4,' Viking Varieties 1,' President 7th Hour Gym 4 VAN SICKLE, JUDY.' A Cappella 3, Treasurer 4,' Alpha Literary Society 3. Vice-President, Songleader 4,' F.T.A. 2,' Tri- Hi-Y 4,' Jr. Red Cross 4,' Latin Club 3,' 3rd Place Lit Medal Poem 3,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Seal Club 3,' Youth Council 4,' Y- Teens 2, 3, Reporter 4. WALZ, MARGARET: Alpha Literary Society 3, Reporter, Chaplain 4,' Art Club 2,' Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4,' Jr. Red Cross 3,' Pep Club 2, 3. WHIPPLE, JOHN.' Represented K. C., Mo. National Oratorical Contest Lincoln Neb. WILLIAM, GINA: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. WILSON, BILLIE.' A Cappella 3, 4,' Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4,' Junior Class Sgt-at-Arms: Senior Class Sgt.-at-Arms: Courie-r Staff News Editor 4,' Delta Literary Society 2, 3, Vice-President, Songleader 4,' Tri-Hi-Y 3, Chaplain 4,' Olympic Club 3, Reporter 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Homecoming Attendant 4,' Sweetheart At- tendant 4,' Student Council 1, 2, 3, Ist Vice-President 4, Presi- dent 1,' Viking Varieties 2,' Y-Teens 2, 3, Vice-President 4,' Lawyer-Youth in Go11n't 3, 4,' World Youth Conference Delegate 3,' 7th Hour Gym 4,' Model U.N. 4, 'fi .. " " ' " " ' ' - t -5-f r vccytff,-4 -f-f , , , ,M-t-M..e-t-- 4. .,,..,, . ,. . , , . ,. , -, . ,. I . . .,, , . -' W. W-if fe any ,. -1 ., ,f,tf".t7t-tx,- 1.1 Cf'-5:'1tf"IWevW'4 . t , at ,-,U --.- iw- -' ,t f J . ,' ,- . . ff. . , -' ' p'Gei nwL"-f .Wra- .f ,, 4,,.',,w,,..W. ,Q V M.4v,,l xanga ,V,,,,,,',,, V ,, , t , em NQQJ .M K. ,, Q, , , ,qw J .. , 1 ,Q T V, ,N uf, is . - , . . J' -.Sf-y fffff - ff-?".?argfT.f1 -'xi' . " '- L .. ,. ,, ,, A ,J . ,, L A IVILSON, KENNETH: Northeast Society of Debate 3, 4,' French Club Chaplain 3,' Hi-Y 3, 4,' Jr. Red Cross -if AN3'J7"Cdl'lK!' Staff 4,' Track 2. IWOLF, JOHN: R.O.T.C. 2,' Viking Varieties 3,' Youth Council 3. IWOODROW, UVILLIAM: A Cappella 2. 3. 4: 2nd Team Foot- ball 2,' F.T.A. 2, President 3,' Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4,' Jr, Red Cross 3,' Viking Varieties 1, 2, 3, 4. ZIEGLER, JEANNE.' Art Club Treasurer 3,' Clionians 2, 3, 4,' Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 4,' Latin Club 2,' Youth Council 4. BENNETT, RUTH ANN: Latui Club 3, 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Seal Club 2, 3, 4,' Y-Teens 3,' Tri-Hi-Y 4,' 7th Hour Gym 4. BUCKINGHAM, DOROTHY.' Latin Club Treasurer 3, 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Seal Club 2, Sgt,-at-Arms, Treasurer 4,' Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. GLENN, GLADYS: Hockey Sportsday 3, 4,' Olympic Club 2. Sgt.-at-Arms 4,' Pep Club 1,' Volleyball Sportsday 3. ILIFF, LlNDA.' Abpha Literary Society 2, 3, Secretary, Medal Pinfner 4,' Art Club 2, 3,' Jr. Red Cross 2,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Tri-Hi-Y 4. JONES, JUDY: Basketball Sportsday 4,' Jr.-Sr. Team 3, 4,' Hockey Sportsday 3, 4,' Latin Club 1, 2,' Olympic Club 3, Histor- ian 4,' Youth Council 2,' 7th Hour Gym 3, 4,' Intramural Awards 2, 3, Put 4. I I - ,' 1' ' v , y' -..-F--A,-1.,--1 1-rr tr'--f : -rw:"W'fif't' 'T'-' f':. f" ' - ,. : X F ' ' , . , , , . ' ' r "rx-'--f f-'-W-'---rffr "e" "M" T"'iiiS'TT'.TTTF' 'fc' . . V ' . . 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Best, Alice 154 Best, Grace 9 Bethke, 'Jim 58 Betz, Richard 10, 58 Bevens, John 107 Bias Iim 114 Btles Cherry Ann 10 Biles Neva 147 Biondo Mike 10 Bishop Cliff 38 56 58 85 124 Bilyeu Sharon 151 Blackwell Loren 10 113 Blair Beverly 70 94 97 Blando Mary 155 Blatt Gary 58 82 103 135 Bledsoe Bob 58 Blevins Fred 113 Blevins Robert 10 116 Blrven Rose 10 Bobbttt Charles 10 122 123 Boehm Barbara 118 147 Bogle Beverly 147 Bogle james 113 147 Bollinger Robert 33 Bools Pat 118 Bond Ronald 7 39 42 56 58 60 62 Borad Liz 107 Borders Joyce 147 Borders Terry 104 Boten Sanford 114 Bottorf Vera 82 154 Bouse Jay 10 58 64 Bover Sharon 147 Bowen Mildred 33 101 Bowling Donald 147 Boyce Barbara 36 71 97 129 Boyd Douglas 10 85 91 102 105 Brace Stephen 33 64 Brachear Cherie 36 103 Brachers Drane 138 Bradley Carol 10 131 1 w 1' A Bradley, Earl 154 Brammer, Bill 10, 114 Brasfield, Affike 58, 62, 103, 151 Brauner, Donna 147 Bregach, Walter 88, 96, 131 Bressman, john 58 Brian, Norma 82, 147 Briant, Peggy 10,- 82, 92, 101, 137 Bridgewater, Barbara 11, 116 Brim, Floyd 104, 114 Brisbin, Lucreta 100, 129, 144 Brisbin, Sandy 71, 154 Britt, Kathy 70, 118, 139, 147 Brizeneine, Sharon 147 Brogoto, Brogoto, Brogoto, Bronson, Bronson, Bronson, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, 154 Brown, Brown, Brown Brown Brown Dominick 11 Phyllis 147 Roseann 82, 147 Connie 71, 97, 120, 133 Larry 11 Nancy 100, 154 Anne 11, 76, 92, 97, 136, 137 Carol 155 Douglas 114, 157 Gary 154 janet 82, 155 JoAnn 71, 100, 104, 122, 132, Joe 82, 94, 135 Karen 11, 70, 71, 82, 84, 86, Kathlene 154 Shelza 101 Wallie 151 Brownley Sherry 147 Brumley Gary 58 Brunk Edwina 151 Bryant Jeannet 71 74 78 147 Bryson Kathryn 71 100 104 Buckingham Dorothy 11 76 78 Buffa Manuel Dean 11 131 Buffington Jim 58 Burkhardt jackie 157 Burnhardy Jacquehfn 157 Burnap Burnell Burnos Burnos Burnos Burns Linda 70 76 78 Linda 11 Rick 82 Bob 157 Dan 11 Mike 157 129 147 Burns Sonnie 154 Burnworth Frank 11 Burnworth Richard 147 Burr Barbara 151 Burton Mary 147 Butler Debbie 107 Butler Gene 107 Butler Juanita 11 71 74 78 79 80 92 103 137 Butler Margaret 95 101 119 136 151 Butler Nancy 70 100 Butner Sharon 71 144 Byers Diane 94 97 124 137 Byrd Beverly 101 147 Byrd jim 36 134 Byrne Winnie 36 92 103 137 c1 1.w..x:Q 11' 42-QM M n , , ' , ' 119, 159 , 3 I 1 - 7 1 1 I 1' I I 1 1 . -. ..., 1 l I 1 1 1 l 1 I 1 l .1 1 1 1 1 K , ' , , 1 1 1 ---. , . 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Linda 70, 101, 147 Campbell, Mary 74, 78, 79, 119, 147 Campbell, Sally 12, 66, 70, 80, 82, 136, 163 Campbell, Vicki 70, 139, 143 Campos, Mary Ann 151 Campos, Patty 101 Cann, Sandra 105 Cannata, Mary Kay 33 Capell, Harriete 106, 155 Capell William 12, 85, 88, 89, 105, 106, 107, 131 Capeui, Henrietta 100 134 Collara, Mary Jane 71, 118, 147 Collins, Daniel 124 Collins, Marilyn 13, 105 Collins, Rose Mary 13, 101 Collins, Sandra 101, 151 Collura, John 95, 151 Columbus, Ed 64, 65, 118, 147 Colyer, Jim 154 Como, Patricia 71, 155 Cook, Bob 151 Cook, Gayle 147 Cook, Gene 104 Cook, Raymond 103, 122, 123, 130 Cook, Wilma 1 04 Cookerly, Sherry 82, 136, 147 Davis, Joyce 143 Davis, Linda 119, 154 Dawson, Raymond 82, 1 Dayton, Carolyn 144 Dayton, Ronald 15, 84. 86, 119 Deane, Cheryl 154 Dedrick, Susan 150 De Feo, Alice 101, 143 De Ghelder, Mike 15 De Ghelder, Steve 119, 154 Delisio, Margaret 82, 147 Demarco, Nancy 148 Dennis, Bill 148 De Ruelli, Penny 143 Carder, Nancy 132, 147 Carey, John 12 Carlo, Barbara 71. 103, 120, 129 Carlson, Phyllis Diane 12 Carlson, Nels 113 Carlson, Steve 130. 154 Carrico, LuAnn 147 Carter, Johnny 12, 64, 105, 106, 107 Carter, Mike 113. 130, 147 Carver, Larry 114 Cary. Walter 12, 64. 102 Cass. Judy 101 Cayton, Deena 71, 77, 120 Cerra, Mary 12 Chalmers, Judy 100, 147 Champman, Andy 151 Chase, Judy 71, 101, 155 Chapman, Bill 122, 123, 130 Chapman, Jim 58, 64 Chapman, Sharon 107, 118 Chase, Judy 100 . Chatman, Thomas 12 Chaudet, Mildred 33, 92, 119 Chenowethv. JoAnn 148 Christman, Carolyn 12, 101 Church, Pat 154 Cicero, Margaret 100. 151 Cindrick. Judy 104, 151 Clark. Bob 104 Clark, Floyd 58 Clark. George 106 Clark, Joe 62, 151 Clark. Jim 151 Clarke, Judy 141 Clayton, John 12 Clemence, Dare 151 Clements. Sharon 116 Clerenger, Benny 104. 155 Clerenger. Catherine 154 Clutter. John 65. 154 Coacls. Sharon 76 Cohlt. Bonnie 12, 82, 116, 137 Cobb. Louis 151 Ciolrh. Roherl 13, 114 Cofleul. llelcn 106 Coffman, Don 154 Cokely. Robert 116 Cole, Dennis 13. 118 170 Coole, James 116 Cooper, Ann 147 Cooper, Bob 104, 151 Copenhaver, Lonnie 58, 94, 105, 124 Corbett, Elaine 71, 95, 101, 104, 138, 154 Cordell, Joan 100, 104, 147 Cordell, John 13, 116 Cosgrove, Gary 151 Cosgrove, Larry 114, 155 Counti, Sarah 155 Cousins, Raymond 7, 13, 43, 82, 84, 85 134, 135 Coutes, Charles 154 Couzens, Danny 58, 154 Covell, Dwight 82, 96 Cowan, Ron 155 Cowee, Bula 13, 116 Cox, Cathy '100 Cox, David 154 Cox, Frank 58, 62, 82, 154 Cox, Herschel 58, 154 Cox, Lee 106 Coy, Carole 129, 147 Coyle, Cheryl 101, 151 Coyle. Robert 13 . Crabtree, Molly 100 Craig, Sharon 13 Cramer, Donna 116 Cramer, Tear 13, 42, 43, 84, 122, 123, 124 Crane, Jim 36, 91, 103 Crawford, Gerald 13, 134 Crazrford. Rexine 15, 66, 70, 97, 124 132, 158 Crenshaw, Gary 104 Cress. Cherry 118 Crockett, Bill 33 Cronley, Floyd 65. 154 Cross, Donna 101, 147 Cummings. Walter 95 Cunningham, Paula 100. 154 Gllf7il0. Bill 58, 154 Curiale. Frank 114 Curtis, Bill 15. 104 Curtis. Cheryl 68. 71. 94. 128 Curtis. Sieve 58, 122. 123. 124, 129, 147 Cushman. Christine 33, 66. 70. 74, 103, 120. 132, 159 De Shaffon, Sandy 107, 137 143 De Shazer, Carolyn 71, 78, 82, 143 De Shazer, Lavona 15, 116 Dethlefson, Judy 70, 74, 85, 94, 97, 122, 143 Devero, 58 Devers, Pat 58 Dibben, Virginia 154 Dice, Roland 118, 154 Dickerson, Diane 129, 143 Dicky, Mike 105, 106, 147 Dittman, Russell 58 Dodsen, Jim 37 Dodson, Lynda 101 Doll, Jim 143 Donaldson, Fred 96, 113, 143 Donahue, John J. 15 Donnelly, Mary 148 Donnici, Mary Lynn 144 Dorman, Barbara 82 Dorman, Janett 15, 84, 87, 122, 138 Dorman, Phill 106, 147 Dorman, Robert 82 Doss, Gary 33 Doss, Henrietta 82, 150 Dots, Tom 148 Dougherty, Donna 143 Dozvell, Patti 71, 94, 97, 101, 120, 124 143 Dozier, Gary 113, 114. 118, 130 Drew, Roberta 100, 155 Duiron, Louna 150 Duncan, Rod 114, 145 Duncan, Sandra 150 Dunn, Donald 145 Durall, Robert 114 Durham. Rosie 68, 71, 78, 136. 143 Dye, Betty 71, 133 Eads, Linnie 78 Easter, Bill 148 Eaton, Byron 15. 60, 62, 82, 118 Eberts, Gloria I5 Eckert, Donna Lee 15, 116 Eddy, Barrie 15, 56, 58, 62, 91. 118, 134 Edwards. Connie 15, 71, 119 Edwards. Linda 154 Eiken, Shirley 119. 138. 154 Eirls, Jackie 78. 118. 119. 133, 143 Ekman, Fred 148 Elledge, Lawrer Elliff, Thomas 106, 134, 147 Ellifrits, Virgin Elliott, 11147 143 Ellis, Lewis 114 Embrey, Stella 1 Enloe, C411 62, Enloe, Sharon 12' Enocks, Ut7illiam Erickson, Robert 107, 134 Ericsson, 101111 80 Esteban, Tony 62 Everett, Lewis 1 Evoritt, Connie Facemire, Mary Fagan, Joan 101 Fagan, Gene 154 Fairbanks, Robin Faherty, Sheila 7 Falcon, Rachel 1 Faler, Linda 70 Farley, Gary 16 Farr, Gary 104, Felhner, Marylee Feduke, Mike 10 Feldpush, .lim Il Feindel, Ronald Feindel, Sue 71, 138, 143 Ferguson, Henry Ferrera, Don 101 Fields, Dave 150 Fields, Duane 11 Fins, Connie 16 Fiorelli, Pat 143 Floyd, Sue 122, Folsom, Mary 1C Fontana, Toni 11 Ford, Shirley 15 Fornelli, Ron 95 Fortner, Bob 10 Fosti, Don 154 Foster, Berta 16 Foster, Beverly 1 Foster, Linda 74 Fowler, Bill 104 Fox, Betty 119, Fraccascia, Paul Franano, Fran 1, Franklin, Roy 11 Franson, Richara Franzeskos, Jimi Fredrico, Mike I Fredrico, Sal 15- French, Charles Friedly, Linda 7 Friend, Phillip J Fryer, Etta 100 Gafken, Donna Gahrn, Judy 71, Galbraith, Glens 143 Gallamore, Larrg Garcia, Lupe 15 150 4 , 106, 143 4. 86, 119 43 9, 154 147 7, 137 143 . 78, 82, 143 5, 116 '4, 85, 94, 97, 122, 4 1, 14.3 , 147 13, 143 44 2, 87, 122, 138 1 17, 101, 120, 124. . 118, 130 5 78,. 136. 143 2, 82, 118 I6 62, 91, 118, 134 119 154 19. 133, 143 A 4"4'f'en'24'W' 444+ 4 4:52544 fr 1" Elledge, Lawrence 16 Elliff, Thomas David 65, 96, 102, 105, 106, 134, 147 Ellifrits, Virginia 29, 116 Etlton, Judy 70, 103, 122, 123, 133, 143 Ellis, Lewis 114 Embrey, Stella 16 Enloe, Carl 62, 106, 147 Enloe, Sharon 129, 143 Enocks, William 33, 116 Erickson, Robert 37, 62, 91, 105, 106, 107, 134 Ericsson, John 86, 96, 134, 147 Esteban, Tony 64 Everett, Lewis 16, 116 Evoritt, Connie 82, 128 Facemire, Mary 105, 139 Fagan, joan 101 Fagan, Gene 154' Fairbanks, Robin 58, 130 Faherty, Sheila 71, 154 Falcon, Rachel 150 Faler, Linda 70 Farley, Gary 16 Farr, Gary 104, 114, 149 Felhner, Marylee 122 Feduke, Mike 104 Feldpush, .lim 113 Feindel, Ronald 118, 154 Feindel, Sue 71, 74, 78, 79, 80, 138, 143 Ferguson, Henfry 150 Ferrera, Don 104, 155 Fields, Dave 150 Fields, Duane 114 Fins, Connie 16 Fiorelli, Pat 143 Floyd, Sue 122, 143 Folsom, Mary 104 Fontana, Toni 100, 149 Ford, Shirley 150 Fornelli, Ron 95, 106, 107, 154 Fortner, Bob 105, 155 Fosti, Don 154 Foster, Berta 16 Foster, Beverly 100, 154 Foster, Linda 74, 106, 119, 154 Fowler, Bill 104 Fox, Betty 119, 150 Fraccascia, Paul 58, 154 Franano, Fran 147 Franklin, Roy 106, 154 Franson, Richard 154 Franzeskos, jimmy 104 Fredrico, Mike 56, 58 Fredrico, Sal 154 French, Charles 58, 64, 145 Friedly, Linda 71, 97, 122, 150 Friend, Phillip 149 . 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Montes, Jose 82 ' Montes, Henry 58, 144' Montes, Moody, Mary 105, 144 Joyce 101 Motesano, Carolyn 71, 155 Montesano, Madeline 7, 34, 42, 43, 85, 88, 92, 97, 124, 129, 158 Montey, Tony 58 Montez, Patrick 94 ' Moore, john 37 Martin, David 103, 106, 151 Martin, Don 106, 151 Martin, Joyce 71, 100, 149, 151 Martin Loren 96, 144 Martin, Sharon 146 Martin, Shirley 138, 150 Martin, Sue 23 Martin, Violet 82 Mashburn, Evelyn 100 Masteller, Rod 58, 62, 149 Matney, Harry 144 Matranga, Don 106, 114 Matthew, JoAnn 70, 78, 94, 102, 120, 126, 146 Matafro, Mike 146 Maucelli, Fran 100, 155 Moore, Mary 74, 78, 79, 139, 144 Moorman, Deanna 146 Moranville, ,laon 34 Moreno, Anna 100 Moreno, Juanita 37, 101 Morgon, Dennis 114, 144 Morgan, Ellen 155 Morgon, Steve 114 Moroso, john 58, 62, 111, 130 Morreall, Anthony 35 Morris, Mike 104, 155 Morton, Gwenn 24, 132 Morton, john 58 Morton, Tommy 144 Morton, Violet 150 71, Mawby, Iack 119, 151 May, Diane 23, 116 May, lane 70, 118, 132, 144 Maynard, Sandy 132, 142, 144 Medley, Carolyn 153 Meehan, Susan 71, 74, 97, 122, 123, 150 Meeker, Larry 23, 64 Mehner, Victor 114 Menth, Margaret 101 Merideth, jim 144' Merlo, Eugene 114 Mertens, Donna 71, 120, 151 Meschan, Charlene 116 Miceli, Dominick 118 Miceli, Phyllis 118, 150 Michael, Glenda 23 Middleton, Ronald 150 Moss, Iohn 24, 116 Murphy, Darryll 102, 144 Murphy, Earl 114 Murphy, Jim 95, 151 Murphy, lulie 155 Marry, John 149 Munholland, Carol 151 Murtha, Teresa 24 Myers, Glenda 146 Myers, Henrietta 24, 116 Myers, Veronica 100, 151 Nash, janet 39 Nastasi, Ross 148 Nastasi, 100 24, 114 Nathans, Phyllif 24 Nauhaus, Charlene 100 Nauss, Elizabeth 24 ,4 I , Naylor, Donna 71, 95, 101, 104, 119. 133 ' Neal, Mary Sue 24, 71, 92 Nels, Carlson 151 38 25, 105, 138 Nelson, Gary Nelson, janet Nelson, Steve 155 Neptune, Marilyn 74, 79, 80, 105, 139 Neselroad, Daniel 35, 56, 58, 64 Newberry, Rex'105 Nichols, Marian 155 Nichols, Mary 100 Nicholson, jack 146 Nigro, William 116 Norris, Fred 104, 114, 150 Norriss, Bob 145 Northcutt, Darlene 101, 144 Norwood, Mike 102, 145 Novotny, Larry 103 Null, Carole 71, 85, 94, 97, 102, 136, 146 Nurman, James 114 Oains, Judy 71 Oaks, Richard 25, 130 Oberkrom, Georgianna 71, 107, Odom, Gene 148 Ogle, Helen 150 , Oliver, Lynda 71, 128, 150 Oltoff, Gerald 107 O'Neal, Sandra 71, 104, 150 Osborne, Vickie 25, 102 Owsley, Charles 64, 119, 130, 146 Pace, Neil 35, 88, 131 Packham, Dale 25 Page, Clyde 107, 119 Page, Gail 107 Palmentere, JoAnne 35 Palmer, Bonnie 25, 54, 129, 161 Parisi, Carol 38, 42, 74, 78, 79, 80, 88, -138, 139 Parker, Fred 122, 150 Parker, Pauline 82, 101, 155 Parsons, Bob 130, 145 Parsons, Jean 106 Parsons, Mavis 100, 145 Parton, Eugene 150 Pasalich, George 56, 58 Pascuzzi, Ieanette 25 Paterson, Sheryll 70, 122 Patterson, Deanna 103, 122, 123, 132 Paul, Jim 25, 82, 86, 91, 102, 124, 134 Pavleck, Carolyn 25 Payne, Barry 104 138, 150 Pearce, Dianna 145 Pearce, Phyllis 71 Pearson, Ellanora 101, ,150 Peeples, Linda 71, 118, 148 Pelfrey, lWinston 113, 119, 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Charleen 71, 118, 126, 139 Pruitt, Linea 27, 54, 70, 102, 136 Puckett, Judy 7, 27, 43, 70, 71, 74, 78, 79, 80, 84, 85, 87, 92, 97, 132, 133, 158, 162 Purcell, Gerald 104 Pyles, Sandra 118, 128, 145 Quick, Amanda 143 Quinley, Darrell 105, 106, 135, 149 " V ,t .,.. 3,,.,,,,,,,,,, , ff ff? iff' f Rew, Howard 144 Reynolds, Sharon 145 Rich, Shirley 104 Rickel, Larry 114, 143 Ricono, 91 Martin 27, 56, 58, 60, 62, 85, Riddle, Diane 82, 155 Ridge, Sarah 100, 149 Rigali, Mary Jo 27, 71, 133, 160' Rinehart, Phil 27, 131 Risaluato, Loretta 82 Rishel, Pam 95, 133, 149 74, 79, 119, 132, Rist, R. 148 Roberts, Jan 70, 87, 136, 147 Roberts, Ruth, 71, 95, 101, 119, 136, 149 Roberts, Terry 27, 131 Robins, Dick 82, 95, 124, 149 Robins, Luaime 70, 119, 136, 144 Robinson, Linda 145 Rodriguez, Dolores 28, 101, 105 Rogers, Jack 144 Rogers, James 114, 120 Rogers, Kenneth 56, 58 24 Rohning, Donna 7,-h 8, 66, 70, 84, 85, 87, 92, 97, 102, 103, 119, 124, 132, ' 133, 158 Romine, Judy 101, 155 Rooney, John 58, 94 Rooney, Mike 58, 155 Roop, Earline 118 Rose, Anna 100, 119, 150 Rose, Barbara 28, 82, 102, 105 Rose, Lynn 80, 118 Schirlls, Bill 114 Schmidt, Claren 76, 101 Schmidt, Dwane 113 Schmitt, Bill 152 Schnake, Gene 94, 120, 135, 144 Schneider, Gary 28, 116 Schoepp, Don 106 Schooley, Jackie 106, 107 Schrik, Jan 70, 95, 97, 128, 146 Schulte, Carol 129, 143 Schultz, Jerry 153 Schweer, Kieth 82, 102, 106, 135, 141 Sciara, Katherine 153 Scott, Ann 143 Scott, Lee 122, 130, 131, 146 Sebastian, Leslie 71, 100, 128, Sechter, Jimmy 148 Semler, Joel 114 Sell, Marilyn 96, 103, 105, 107, 132, 146, 147 Serres, Linda 68, 71, 76, 78, 137, 145 Serrogue, Rosie 70, 118, 144 Setzer, Judy 71, 74, 85, 94, 97, , 128, 146 Shanks, Pat 100, 152 Shannon, Carol 137, 152 Shafrp, James 28, 152 Shatswell, Geraldine 146 Shatswell, Jerry 114 Shatswell, Laughton 28, 82 Shelton, Patricia 38, 70 Shepard, Jackie 82, 153 Sherrore, Bonnie 152 Quinn, Mike 106 Rader, Charles 107 Ramirez, Charles 114 Ramirez, Dan 113 Ramsey, David 144 Randall, Lark 104 Randazzo, Dorothy 85, 88, 89, 124, 126, 128 Ranes, Arthur 114, 149 Rose, Richard 116 Rosenberg, Daniel 148 Ross, Bob 94, 102, 146 Rost, Carl 114 Rothrock, Charles 64, 102 Royster, Raymond 28, 116 Rugen, Ann 100, 149 R Runner, Pat 149 Russo, Virginia 100, 138, 149 Sanderson, Joy 148 Rast, Carl 82 Raucci, Larry 104 Raucci, Lydia 116 Reberry, Vicki 101 Reece, Beverly Ann 106, 145 Reed, Darla 27 Reed, Judy 107 Reed, Richard 58 Reed, Sharon 145 Sage, Bonnie 35, 126 Sampson, Betty 28 Sander, Jack 58 Sander, Jim 28 Sanders, Don 58, 124, 152 Sanders, Janice 152 Sanders, Juanita 100, 104 Sanders, Ornita 146 101 133 16 Reese, Tessa 71, 74, 82, , , Reger, Cynthia 150 Renfro, Richard 150 Renfro, Rosetta 82, 100, Reves, Richard 145 106 Rice, Connie 100, 150 2 Richardson, Doug 27, 43, 56, 58, 82, 91, 134, 135 Richardson, Lillard 130, 145 Richardson, Paul 145 Richardson. 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