Northeast High School - Viking Log Yearbook (St Petersburg, FL)

 - Class of 1960

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'fi T AQ G'-3' I 1?,7f Wil SCHOOL BOARD Before beginning to recount our travels in the Log, we pause to extend our thanks to the board of education, who strive to offer us the best possible learning conditions. . . T t,', V .,,A,.. , ' 5 MR. FLOYD T. Cl'lRlSTlAN Superintendent of Schools FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. E. Holman, Miss Frances Belcher. Page Twenty-Four . M 11" James Hendry, YZ? 'hm -'fu Sm Charles SECOND ROW: M . W' ' . . wh.. M - I r lllmm H. Wllllalvgr Mrs, Marion. D- lt ey, rs Mildred Day, Mr- E- Q Vmm ADMINISTRATICDN 1 '- S' 5 .if v--:rv '-3 I. - I-- l i l --up . F-'T . .i -,..r--- ,,, .UQ Meeting of the minds. if ,Q ,'i,i"',.,i ,N-.,.vv'fk et .I ' f ,, ' n r Wifi, Q ', ' r Q-Al,aT:,2',l'g'-fu1'1 4 L e xxx ga f. -. L ff:-"y""'1 '. .Ls IW K 2 l A. A sf: iw' , .:1g.,. 1 fr:-tigiij lc x X . , .. ,I--JU.-:524.3fs, : 4-:-:Tilt Mk 5217, ' W r 'ht' 'QES1 ,".41,nf4ffg.w'1'f-W' 'Jing i , 'rtfifl mf '7' twill? " Q , V' - gf- V -' dfzlm' . . ,171 . . J..-fa-r-4' M-' ' '. 'tub X ix MR. JOHN M1 sexrownpffnckql XI' rf J 1 -. ' f , i i y N, , Nl X , ,Jeux We owe a debt of graclitude to our capable principal, Mr. Sexton, and his new ancl efficient assistant, Mr. Morgan. Under their able leadership we have completed an- other very successful year. ine MR. MERLE H. MORGAN, Ass't. Principal Page Twenty-Five X.- MR. MERLE MORGAN West Virginia University, BA., B,S., M.A. Dean of Boys I MR GEORGE CLINEBELL .gU.m A D M I N I S T R A T IV E , I I Q -r oy N -1 ,Q-45 4 M I . X I 1 X f its MRS. RUTH IRIGG, Rogjrsfrur MRS LOIS MASON Secmmry I Hin!! ',,, fa r if 'M . f 'Lf f ,, , .J R . fr, MRS. RUTH BARRETT University of Illinois, B.S., M.A. Dean of Girls MRS. MARY RICE Marshall College, A.B., M.A. Guidance MRS. DOROTHY HUFF, secremry MRS. BERTHA WINFREE, Bookkeeper Page Twenty-Seven V ,, HM 4 I w,,ff,, ' Zi Q' 4 , f - ff' ' ' , ,mr ,,fr1x,. ,. 5 7 0 QQ 1424 2,2 wi' f:"i7zfQiv if fm ffl' 1. ,,,, er- ff fr-4 ,f 91144, ,. f f , ru.2,,. f I y " ff v ' ff fmwvff., ,R 9 43 I RICHARD R. ADICKS, B.A.E., M.A. University of Florida English IV BARBARA CHAMBERS B.A Then turn left on Central. ENGLISH It is the aim of the English department to teach all students the fundamentals of our English language. These range from correct writing habits to expanded vocabularies. The department also endeavors to teach all stu- dents to recognize and appreciate the values of literature. JOSEPHINE ANDERSON, A.B. Agnes Scott English ll -an-F 1-ff't . , , ' o , , Florida State University Al-lls:JEni5lg3I:E:k miig.M'A' - is English ll w. PRESTON HAYNIE, As., M.A. English ,V Page Twenty-Eight George Peabody College English ul I A runnin PAUL JENKINS, B.A., M.S. MARVIN JOE MERCK, B.S., M.A. NORMA MUSE, B.A., M.A. Universiiy of Kentucky Universiiy of South Carolina George Peabody College Journalism English Ill EUQHSIT Ill A .ld-Jmyy 0 ,V ' A ,QM-,. Qi, 1 f f l ' I f , ,, WL my in .gf' gf 4543 Who said "Grammar" Moses? Mem, -I-HEI-MA ROBINSON AB PHYI.I.IS A. RODGERS, BA., M.A. ALICE E. SIMS, B-A-I M-A , ' ' ' Wesqem Reserve Universify of Kentucky Elnglmrilogtge English H Reading ng IS Poge Twenty-Nine qv ' 1 , ' 40 l rx.-.Hx R M EDWARD P. ALLEN, JR., A.B. Oberlin College Biology lvv. ,. if ' ZWWZW? 'A ff fc ,A 'QQQMMZ' , f of ' 'f.w:f24.: ie- . V. Mi, 4 FRANK L. BOWLES, B.A., M.A. Marshall College Biology GERALD ROWLAND, B.S. Concord College Chemistry, Physical Science WALTER M. SWAN, B.S., M.S. Indiana University PJ Je Thirty fChemistry SCIENCE t 1 I The purpose of the science department is to furnish students with a better understanding of the intricacies of our modern age, The courses taught in this department range from biology to physics. A well-equipped laboratory with modern facilities is at the disposal of all students. f ' ,754 if! X , ,, , ' ,. . '-lfL?fff!4 ' '-.- 2411 "' , f f , , .... 1 'A' . Y, 'A 'L ,f s f Y ,V,, Wy, yj f ,f , 'Aa - ,, 'ifvffffli 'C' if 1 , ,P f ff ' " ' f ' - i w,,,, mf , 'www , f,,4,,'M,,f,,,!, few ,. J' 4, Q71 ff ,' bfi g ,141 , 1 6 .f f ' 7 XA f W ff y . JM , A 5 A V,-,W 4 , W 2 l I ii ?ffii5i5l,f 1 52 l Z' s K I f , , ALLEN E. DOUGHERTY, B.A, KENNETH W. PSCHORR, B.S. GEORGE N RAYMOND B S MA Drake University St. Norbents Colorado State College Physics, Physical Science Biology, Physiology Biology wmv. N V51 gl: glggti Q i ': Q' .- xxfi' -1- Ancl the winning number is , , 1 :koi Q :il fx! s-was, .- ri ' Q N it wav. MILDRED E. FORTUNE, B.S, Albright College Algebra ll' V' Don't confuse me with the facts. 1'-qv ALMA HAYMAN, A.B. West Virginia Technology, Marshall General Math VU? 129' RAYMOND O. NETTLESHIP, ROBERT L. ROOT, B.S.E., M.E. EARNEST R. ROSS, JR., A.B., M.Ed. HELEN R. STAMPER, A.B., M.A. B.E., M.S. University of Florida Miami University College of William and Mary University of lllinois Algebra, Trig Geometry Geometry General Math f. ,g.f,W,,V,fq,g" f, , ,, ,v,f f s.r W The mathematics department of Northeast High School Wy r offers a wide selection of courses, geared to increase the understanding of the pupil. The courses range from general math and business math for those students who do not plan 't't't'fi to further their educations, to trigonometry, solid geometry, and Algebra III for the students planning to attend colleges or universities after graduation. 5 Z l fa HELEN WEBSTER, B.A.. M.S. West Virginia University Algebra Page Thirty-One Ili? ll 'AN 'Af , 1' I ,M fx ' I I I I KX 1'-R X f H I - u I I IM , ' :I 9 il I it It ' My 1, I' I-I f fill Init ,f , -fr mu .iran as xgssss- , 1: , -,sw Hmm X Q33 :fessws I , . - fsrikssrs- f - X Q, 'Y W A - I- ' I .--NS' if K in ii? - -,v 5 ,V A is H 1 -'.. K ,,w,i,.c if -xxx N.. V 5 sf W, f Q A BARBARA BROWN, B.S. Columbia University Psychology cuse SOCIAL STUDIES The social studies department strives to give the student an understanding of the geographic, political, and economic history of the world. In addition to the history classes, social courses, such as psychology and economics, are taught. It is the belief of the department that with this background, the student will become a more active mem- ber of his society. I- 6 I I , I DANIEL J. CRUM, B.S., M.E. University of Florida Government, American History JAMES V. GUNNIN, B.S., M.A. University of Alabama American History 3 ,f I. 5 as runny- 5. Now Iet's locate C-wing . . 1 A-ffsjf' "'fTN x W-wi Those in favor of my plan . . ,arg A , Q55 DAVID K. HOSTETLER, A.A., B.S. TOY JONES, B.S. GERALD E. METKO, B.S. University of Virginia Builer University Lake Foresi College Bible Hisfory World Hisfory American Hisfory 'MW .wr 3 f MA ROBERT E RUSS BS MEd LORAN V. WARD, B.S., M.S. JOHN M. RITTER, B.S., . . -. f ' -Q -. - . I . . h University of Piffsburgh Pennsylvania State University Wes? Virginia University Economics C.W.A-I P.O'D' American Hislory American Hisfory Page Thirty-Three nr ' rn.,-y CATIGNAL ,fran 9 , f ' x 9.1 ESTER H. DCBBINS. 5.5. El.WZAEE'+'1 FEVEJSCN EA. ,'-LE. P".--ff-- C' , w Universh' ci New Ycfic Homefwczkfng 413-7 AX.. JAMES S 32:5 5,1 L."-'e': '- S: 'ef:5 DE , . 'az' ' 0 ' J , n ' 3 - ' J as I J . f fn' - 'F.f-max 1: ggi-: L1--2 2-L-fr--5 ' Tre vocciorwc' Ccurses offered rcjde ','pT"g, skcrfrond, cbd beck-ceepmg, v-rIc'- pre.':c'e sn- denfs :or c cs""'erc?:1 cczreer: Dlversfied C:-:sera frve Troiflng. des'g1ec tc give The srp:fe"? occupa- Horwcl experiences v-'File Fe Finishes Wg? acces - :cd Home economics, w'ric"1 ?s corwcerced for cr-Tv 'ff'- ccoking cmd sewrg, bu? c3sc -.FTF 3'L"3V '-'DESC ':.':'cs including :wld care, rome "::r1sge're"f, acc de- ccrc . I7 'S 'sped 7'1c:T rrese .Jrses --7' -he ::'e:'::re fre swderrr for ec:r"'fg F15 'vlrwg """ec'::'e.jw :Aer grcducrlcw or For Future srudy cr -'ckccfcic 5 " c: - lege. 5 J 9 A, 'fx 5 R X X,- 'MTV n O 1 4 1 ' 1 I I 36. 3 1.. ,Q .,- .,,.cm,- ., :Q . :. :Q .Z- 'IH Nl I n f Q I . L + 1 .V L pf JOHN SACKETT. B.S., M.E. University of Piftsburgh Business Moth .cl 23 L .N 1 gi . I 53 WB' 5 5 ' A i . v f 'T f v v 4' 4 I. Unnecessary roughness on Q fypewrlfer? wa' 'J x vi -,qs K- 'S x. I l 'J MARIE SHEPPARD A.B, MA. MARY SIMONS 5.5. Pecbodv College SYVGCUSE U"i'9"5i"Y T7'P7"'S-' TYPFHQ ,n n s f v I ' Q3 " ian, .,.. n if' x ' X , 'H-,P . - BERNEECE OVERHOLU MA S S RALPH NNILLI,-UAS NMA.. 5.5. EARL RAY NVILSON 5-S- . . , . Q ' " ' ' U-:Vey-55' Qi ,wp-Ygqn Eos' Tennessee Sfafe Coflege Mmm' Jnwemfy 2 D-QT, Scokkeep ng Business Mcvh Typing, Shorfhana' , I - , Jr .:,,'-j il f , 1 -P' .,-,L C 0 MMERXC I AL 4, 'N MARGARET PHILLIPS, B.S., M.S. SICAL EDUCATION University of Florida Physical Education My ,Ki JO ANN TYLER, 5.5. Mississippi State College Physical Education f v ,, 4,223 'L gyf ,Eff f ,.,. , ,.,.. . , f 51,11 Lf' ff 0nfEg'41Q1,yQ' ' fit li'1 mf .f, f , I . 1 , -575, f -f --.. Aff v . a':v41fi"i '-',',' "" LEE BENJAMIN, B.S., M.S. Florida State University Physical Education PETER M. GRAY! B.S. University of Michigan Physical Education No, it's not a satellite! A diversified program has been planned for both boys' and girls' physical education. Two years of physical education are required For all students prior to graduation. It is the goal ot the teachers to pro- mote good sportsmanship and fair play as well as increase the student's athletic ability. if A Q -1 ' "5" xi. .Liu -.NA The lunch boll rings in livo seconds. FOREIGN LANGUAC' This handy little gadget slices, peels. and . . . By offering Spanish, French, and Latin courses, the Northeast language depart- ment provides its students with the tools by which they might participate in world com- merce. In these courses the rudiments of the language, such as reading, writing, and grammar, are covered. Further study takes the student into the art, literature, and culture of the language. V , -W. 1 Y Q GENEVIEVE SHRUM, B.A. Wooster College Spanish ffwnaeuv in-use --1 CLYDE BENNETT, A.8., MA. University ot Georgia Latin ROGER K. DARDENNE, B.S., M. S. Northwestern University French, English f""' ' W7 A . HELEN FANNIN, B.A. Barat College Latin, English Suu-f 4 JACQUELIN WIGGIN, B.A., M.A. Florida State University Spanish, American History ...nf , ,MUSKI EUGENE BEEMAN, B.S.M., M.A. Emporia Teachers Banc' DALE STONECIPHER, MUS. M. Cincinnati Conservatory of Music Choral Music Z 6139 aa wi wwf W Q Ms is --. fill Uh one, uh two, uh-where's the bubbles? The accredited courses of band, chorus, and music theory come under the heading ofthe music department. Being a participant in such activities as our fine band, orchestra, or choir not only broadens our talents, but helps us to learn to 2 get along with our fellow man. UBRARY L 25 Y 1 l i t KKK Now for those helpful Dewey numbers . A -4' LUCY LANPHEAR, B.S., M.S Florida State University Library A modern library places the knowledge of the world at the fingertips of the student. It gives him opportunities to use Un many books, magazines, and pamphlets, all of which help him Library receive a better education. Page Thirty-Eight MARY MEADERS, B.A.E. iversity of Mississippi MN DRIVERS' ED ylj ,gym fr pvr t-uvqf ' 1:---qv CAROLYN CLIFTON. B.S., M.A. University of Alabama Public Speaking, English I ,V my ,V VV L '. p ..,, .. . , 1' f. .-,, ' ,f -1-Mr, Ii:-5 . ,.-'14 , '73 ilzzii Qfflff .V Ifii.. 'X' if ,',- A f ,',' I iff' W,-I 51 -'I fr 1 " . '," Y J It x IRL .1 ' Ms' 52155 . ROBERT B. CHALLENER, B.F.A., M F A Where are all the horses? The drivers' education course offers the student a gen- eral, well-balanced education in driving, as well as a basic ,tp as i . K-I ., 0 -'Y : .Q A 1 ,. S T Tiff S2111 ' T, 1 f Q J ,ilu ip. -Aid , V., R MW ji . AQ.. iii: 4 -6 N -F, ' 052 f I f nt l 'si .fix . .ls- . -'L ...,, TFAA . DAVID A. HALL, B.S., M.A. Miami University, George Peabody Driver Education . ti I ..--ff understanding ofthe mechanics of an automobile. It is design- I I ed to make safer, more courteous drivers. J EVERETT W. MYERS B.S. M.S. , , Ohio State University Driver Education . . .L 29" H4 Q. T A , . f 1 534- ,. , 1. ng, 5 ' " is .- 3: at ' . ?ff'w15Q f., ,, , .,:z, w'ffL'ff'Lii9ZcW1Z'f -Rf" ' ,. 4 ' , . we ' f A . uk 5' . , ,. ,,fL',L- ,Q h,,,f',7Zf, 4 ', f ' ,-1, ,fm , ,iv 1' 7 ,. Y., H fgjf ,iefw , , ' 2' , ,lik-'ff 32:-,2. :.ivg1,' ri' .f5ffQ-1 'f ' ' 455 -ffypymrwfi ,- 6,m,--:- - , yfynwl i ygyv , ,zjfpwff ,ww 'ZZQWWWzgtyzfmcvfzmyzfkw - f-,, 5 ,. ' f 2 " 5, - -'A 0 -aw' 4 "' 42:1-az ,ffwl :Wy f f -fg.,-5 wi, HW, . ,9,f"i" ' j if ,, " AW 1, is . I 1 f 'ima-M H ,juz 15' ,fkmf3':2'4,4-Z-if ff-1-M" f 14: 'W,1w"zj?2'-fy' ffl ,f ' 1 , f uf' 12" 22?-' I f I if hi s ,ff 1' 'wwfwfwmwxzwf f I I, I , :.,f,,,,,, ' ,, 1,f5,W4Q,w,,af,wZ, , -W ,. , ,V f , , xv. : . V f : 1 ,l'7w9,,5f24y46f45gQZ W 'f f I f 11,5 Y Ly, if . ," ' 4 ' ,mWp,,W, ' U 2 ,W M f' I f ' gy, ,f UW V ,V , ,,,fs,f,q.,.'f -ct f yfjfvf' f wg' ,UMW V' i"fg"iiQ',".,1.'1" 1, 'L - " ' V ww ' "W " A. W ,An U 3 t. S , X 441,11 -f ff' ,r ,Q -ft' 1 ffnyffqiy .f f 293159 'i ,gf -em. W 1 f , f I 3 Unaccustomed as I om . . The speech department affords the student the opportun- ity to better understand and use the English language. In ' Through such courses as speech and public speaking, he is Carnegie Institute of Technology able to broaden his vocabulary and learn to speak with more SPGBCIW ease and fluency ROY F. BUCHAUS, B.S. University of lndiana Mechanical Drawing HENRY W. FINK, B.A.E. University of Florida Art, Photography Wi 2 Wfwlff 3 . We ir ffl WILLIAM R. McNEIl., B-5-, M45- Union College Industrial Arts lmfyf, For lf ,NDUSTRIAL ARTS MF' Hurry, or we'll have to invade Troy with a three-legged horse Art, shop, and mechanical drawing are offered by the industrial arts department to all students. The goal of the department is to develop the student's manual dexterity as well as his mental ability. -. , 1 -W 1-:Wm .-V, . ., .-,, A,h,V V .ff ., I .,.-... ...W , y y -..-., . Y my .... -fn ififllki , 1 S -L f l T LAK' ,F "" ,T 3' s-, . 'xg -C, I 1 DRI ER ?.4,R,'A gill Q. CAFETERIA TAFF lst Row, L. to R.: June Perger, Naomi Bishop, Jacquiline Roesch, Opal Smalley, Elizabeth Hicks, Emily Davis, Effie Murtagh, Agnes Maifield, Inez Cradic. 2nd Row: Van- est Russ, Norma Roberts, Edith Nations, Inez Bishop, Jean Schelt, Elva Herndon, Hazel Lippert, Lillian Hershey, Ellie Carroll. ist Row, L. to R.: Bernadette Ceder- berg, Pat Atkins, Elizabeth Craven, Flor- ence Dunn, Joe Palmer. 2nd Row: Lester Ceclerberg, Harold Emery, Lynal Heedy, Robert Cunningham, Joe Arnold. i, is 3 l lk' E' L , , - ' in N 1 Kg , 1 1. ,ll . - - ... , ,,A MAI TEN ANCE S il' A l: F g 3 ,,,, it H ..,... f if V '37 j. 'L lst Row, L. to R.: Robert J. Brudson, Kenneth Sargent Willie Seay, Norace Cooper, Leola Richardson. ll Page Forty-One r 1 l Bert Erickson, Harold Kropp. 2nd Row: Earl Moore, -- . . . f G l . wm,.4M ww - Jaffa was y .Q - Q,.,.-iffy 19 gf? 1 ga , W f ,2- 4 . f 43 .Q .1 Q af 1 5 3 J ! . if 'pn sq -" V' . -:www C H, -iv Q ' . 1 ... 'P I X 4 f' a .rl I ff I ,4 My .V 4 .1 ' 1 1 3 F? .. . Q, AQ 1? , W 5 QMX ' x ws A,,, z. A sv.. :F-as 4 s A if President, Jim White, Vice President, George Kramer, Secretary, Kathy Phillippip Treas- urer, George Hieber. Ufficel-A Senior Our graduating class, having begun it course in the fall of 1956, holds the distinction of being the last class to enter Northeast as freshmen. From our first year, we have been an enthusiastic part of the Viking spirit. Supporting athletic and social events as well as maintaining a high standard of scholarstic achieve- ment, we soon became an important part of our school. The highlight of our sophomore year was the sophomore class party, in which was portrayed an "Evening in Paris." We also sponsored another dance, the "Sweetheart Swing." As juniors we presented an outstanding prom. The theme C1444 Waldorf-Astoria. To finance the prom, the junior class spon- sored a dance, a series of skating parties, and sold pompoms. The first heralded event of our senior year was home- coming. The activities of the production included the home- parade, the presentation of the queen and her court, game against Plant, and the homecoming dance. coming the big A spectacular class night was developed through the talents and enthusiasm of the entire class. As graduating seniors we feel we have played an im- portant part in the growth and development of Northeast, and -,ve will always look back with pride upon our high school was "Deep Purple" and the setting was the towers of the days. ,A -7 '-- , s ,,,,- 't ,j-...r 1. ' x .1 i ' 'i , MRS. HOFFMAN MR. ROOT MR. SACKETT MISS SIMS Sponswl-A ,453 W 4. :E gfq I I Committee ab! we-1 ' Chairmen -x',u4'. V I 'I 6 ws Ekk ' . QA' I -if. Senior Privilege BARBARA CLARK and g JOHN QUARLES i A e I Class Night Z sv. I LINDA STUMPFF and ,1 , DENNIS DRISCOLL I 4 I EWS A , . 'bl' 0 L I sw S 'ff 'IP' ', ',, li L x ,wi L u 4' ffl' I f 'LH X If LLL QLMIM A 1 Ways and Means J ..A-, PAUL DIETRICH and 4 I NEIL WATERS 4 N EI L 241 2 :mls Cap and Gown SUE SWIFT and SUE KNISELY ,K I s an S in Graduation Announcements AUDREY SEISS and KATHY PHILLIPPI CRAIG HASKELL glee Homecoming SHARON FRESHWATER and STEVE BALDWIN if' " Gift KAY BUCHANAN and HOWARD ISAACS , I Ib' if if my Baccalaureate BETTY INGOLD and CALVIN ADAMS E L vw Q .gm , it wwf' '1ff:3?4se3ee: fix, .1 ,e::,,zv,:4 wfw? , fm., f ir: ,,, ing! f- 4 46' 3 " 'N " , gf' V' ' 5' ' 5, 575 - 0 W 1 ' if fin I , 1, ,iif?4 L.-A-11 -Q..-... ,Q ,,, ',,- W '53 5' M g V' -.y-.63 4 fly Q w, f "ii" Page POW-3" CALVIN ADAMS St. Petersburg, Florida CoAChoirman Baccalaureate Com- mittee, Band, Football Manager, Key Club Secretary, Junior Clos- sical League President CARL ADKINS lronton, Ohio Boys' Athletic Association, Football Hi-Y FRANCES AMES St. Petersburg, Florida Service Club, Spanish Club, Prom Committee, Jr. Talent Show -0-Q . 6115 I JOHN ADAMS Detroit, Michigan Le Cercle Francais, Dramatic Pro- ductions, Nor'easter JAMES AERTS Bradenton, Florida Science and Engineering Club, Homecoming Committee EDWARD AMLEY Portland, Maine President oi Student Council, Gall Team, National Honor Society, Key Club fir' .Q- '41 WAYNE WRIGHY ADAMS Milwaukee, Wisconsin Jr. Civitanp Los Quixotes, Vice Pres- ident: Class Nighty Prom Invitation Artist: Soundings Staff, Annual Busi- ness Manager BONNIE ALLEN Ferndale, Michigan Mixed Chorus: Latin Club, Junior Red Cross CLIFFORD ANDERSON New Yorln, New York Swimming Team, Hi-Yg Lo: Dona- doresg Nor'eaxter -I ' f-ia fr, l, ,gingh- K, i 7.3 DONALD ANDERSON San Francisco, California Football, Basketball, Track, Junior Exchange Club, Latin Club, Student Council JANICE ARTIS West Palm Beach, Florida Junior Red Cross STEVEN BALDWIN Idaho Falls, Idaho Varsity Baslxetbally Wheel Club, Spanish Club: State President, Na- tional Honor Society ROBERT ANDERSON Chicago, Illinois RONALD ATER Springfield, Ohit Keynotera Vice-President BARBARA BARNES Bedford, Indiana Roian Club, F.B.L.A.p Prom Refresh- ment Committee, Graduation Com- mittee FREDERICK JAMES ARCHER Silver Springs, Maryland Varsity Baseball, Social Studies Club, Nor'easterf Class Night LINDA BALCOM Natrick, Massachusetts Class Night Committee JUDY BARNES Van Port, Pennsylvania Softball, Volleyball: G.A.A.g Photo Arts Club, Prom Refreshment Corn- mittee Po 'EQ ' ...---""' l ""'v -ww, Nw ,.S:i'.Ei F'-H .awww 'HK af--W-Bef f' 1 of 5,3 .I r,,ff I H pn: ln, I1 1 fr-3, Wil'-. V , Za, an .f Page Forty-En qv .,-7 -1--v""' '-119' BEVERLY BARTON SO. Pehrsburg, Florida Sfudenf Council Representative: Sec- relary of Drama Club, Freshman Class Secrelaryp D.C.T. Club Se- crefary GLORIA JEAN BEACHT Frederlck, Maryland Girls' Glee Clubg Tri-Hi-Yg D.C.T.p Sludenr Council Represenlalive THOMAS BELLINO Pimburgh, Pennsylvania Band glwl LARRY BASSETT Kokomo, Indiana Hi-Yg Clan Nighty Prom Decora- liona: Viking Logg Track CHARLES BFARCE JR. Dorby, Conn:-clicul Hi-Y, Jr. Exclwongc EUNICE BENOIT Troy, New York Fulure Nurse: of America ARLEY EDWIN BOUDERJR. Orenlon, Ontario, Canada Swimming Team DONALD BELL Akron, Ohio DE.C.A., President D.C.T. ROBERT BICKLE Easton, Pennsylvanla Junior Classical Leagueg Wheel Club Secretary 1 73" Z Q C I '13 xi. .NE ""'7-,- hiv CASSANDRA BIDDLEMAN Tilusville, Pennsylvania Future Teachers Club, Tri-Hi-Y GEORGE EDWARD BOERWINKLE Jacksonville, Florida STEPHEN BOURN Elkhart, Indiana Dramafic Productions PAMELA JEANNE BINKLEY Springfield, Massachusetts Cheerleader KSpringfieldJy F.H.A. LOU BONSEY Standford, New Jersey D.C.T. DUANE BOWYER Sf. Pelersburg, Florida Band, Wheel Club DIANE HELEN BIRTH Chicago, Illinois Prom Ways and Means Commihee Civinehes IRENE LILLIAN BORMAN Glendale, Long Island, N. Y. Future Nurses of America PEGGY SUE BRAGG Si. Peiersburg, Florida Fufure Business Leaders, Girls' Glee Club ..-T -fee- fC"- .M ,Ai ,,-21' '71 v-4-7 469' M., if -lm 85" 94 .-xv wi F- F Qi? I WESLEY BRAGG St. Petersburg, Florida A Cappella Choir, Rod and Gun Club, President Boys' Glee Club CAROLE ANN BROWN New York, New York D.C.T.g National Honor Society- D.A.R. American History Award I CHARLES BULL Baltimore, Maryland President A Cappella Choir, Track, Class Night, Science and Engineer- ing Club, French Club, Latin Club, Hi-Y -eq. i Nl? J RAYMOND BREEDING St. Petersburg, Florida Football, Trackp S.P.H.S. ROGER DALE BRUCE St. Petersburg, Florida Mixed Chorus, Crafts Club CAROLE BURKLIN Mount Kisco, New York Los Donadoresg Future Nurses at America has RICHARD M. BRIGGS Kansas City, Missouri Le Cercle Frances: Viking Log KATHRYN BUCHANAN Cincinnati, Ohio Swimming Team: Roiang G.A.A., Secretary Sophomore Class: Co- Chuirmon Prom Decoration Comv mittee: Co-Chairman Senior Gih Committee BETTE L. BURSANI Wooster, Ohio Mixed Chorus, President of F.H.A.g Clan Night fa, ff ' S , "ff in i 49 , . 5 - 14i5ffLg'f" 5'-'i2i'4,"iiiKf. f lfP2v1j,,f:',Xuffwj' U g A A ,A U- .,.."" M- at --4 A 40' Q I - " on -8 A ' , Q 'Y EDWARD BURTON Ancon, Canal Zone, Panama J.V. Football: Baseball: B.A.A.: Jun- ior Red Cross CHARLENE ANNE CARLIN Boston, Massachusetts Girls' Glee Club: Viking Log: Sec- retary-Treasurer Arts and Crafts Club: Future Nurses: Class Night ROBERT P. CATES Jacksonville, Florida Band: Letterman's Club: Jr. Ex- change Club: Track: Football STEVE BUZASH Fort Bragg, North Carolina Glee Club: Football: Basketball N.H.S.: French Club: Student Coun- cil GUNDY CARRIGAN Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Swimming Team: F.B.L.A.: Tri-Hi-Y: Nor'easter Staff SUE ANNE CHAPLIN Glendale, California French Club: D.C.T. Club Vice-Pres- ident JENNINGS CAMBELL Norfolk, Virginia Track: Creative Writing Club PATRICIA CARROLL Bronx, New York Future Homemakers of America WALTER CHASE Johnson City, New York Photo Arts Club: Photography Edi tor of Viking Log 16, ug, 4694- .pun-IO 'sv 'ER bam - FSS ,el I f L, cuff '-R , Ina 49, L N 0 df' mr SM 'S' fm gi- R if ' . ,Q -f 1+- ff ef..1:i.f?-"it ,- 7ffJLe32f'5f"' R fp.1't.' I Fl Re f- ff- - " m,.,..e' I . -My Ugg Fill! BILL CHEPREN Brockton, Massachusetts Track, Basketball, IBroclrtonJ DIANE CLEM Worchester, Massachusetts A Cappella Choir NORMA COOK Peoria, Illinois Future Homemalzers of America Q nal ff' , , V BARBARA CLARK Little Rock, A Cappella Choir, Nurses, President, Society, Soundings Arkansas Roians, Future National Honor Editor, Home- coming Court, Senior Privileges Com- mittee DIANE COBLER St. Petersburg, Florida Student Council Representative, Prom Decoration Committee, Sopho- more Deocration Committee, D.C.T., Tri-Hi-Y, F.H.A., Homecoming Court ROSEILEN COOK Cleveland, Ohio Latin Club, Student Council, French Club, Tri-Hi-Y JULES CLAVAN Hartford, Connecticut J.V. Football, Creative Writing Club RANDY COLLANY St. Petersburg, Florida Band Captain, Swimming Team, Student Council, Jr. Exchange Treasurer, Jr. and Sr. Councilman, Science and Engineering Club BARBARA COOPER St. Petersburg, Florida Swimming Team, National Honor Society, President ol G.A.A., Roian Club, Student Council , fA f PM 'Y' 'vw 'VK !Y3'w PATRICIA ANN COOPER Akron, Ohio Girls' Chorus, Future Nurses, Fu- ture Homemakers ROBERT C RAFT Kane, Pennsylvania A.V. Club DIANE CUCCINELLO St. Petersburg, Florida Future Nurses of America: Future Homemalzers of America If WAYNE COOPER St. Petersburg, Florida D.C.T. MARY JEAN CRESSEY Edmore, Michigan Y-Service Club, President, F.B.L.A. DONNA CUCCINELLO St. Petersburg, Florida Future Nurses of America ROBERT COUNTS St. Petersburg, Florida Junior Exchange Club, Tri-Hi-Y BARBARA CROSON Mount Vernon, Illinois F.H.A.pTri-Hi-Y, Library Club: Service Club .IOANN CUDA Johnstown, Pennsylvania Latin Club, Tri-Hi-Y, F.B.L.A. Page Fifty-Three s F ,n fox X., 'SQ WS' S xx ,age if V , ,A fa 'W' ' 'fwawkhqg '4"""'uv ity-Four ARTHUR WILLARD DANIELS JR. Bayshore, New York Secretary Jr. Exchange, Hi-Y, Los Donadores CHARLOTTE DAVIS Carbondale, Illinois Chorus, Terrierites Leader, Student Council, Pep Club, Cheerleader flllinoisl, Tri-Hi-Y, Drama Club LOUANNE DECRESIE Akron, Ohio President Viking Talent Club, Girls' Glee Club, Accompanist A Cappel' la, Class Night Comm., Chaplain Jr. Red Cross, Homecoming Court ,vii at IQ' W, LINDA DANIELS Jacksonville, Florida Sergeant At Arms G.A.A., Tennis Team MARIANNE DECKER Providence, Rhode Island Program Chairman Y-Teens, Prom Committee, Librarian, Yearbooll Staff iAurora, Ohiol JANE LINDA DEEG Jersey City, New Jersey A Cappella, Girls' Glee Club, Class Night, Choreographcr-Prom Enter- tainment, Drama Club, Drama Warll- shop, Annual Stall fi '93 CHARLES DAVIS Carbondale, Illinois Basketball, Dance Band, Science Club, Band JIM DECRESIE Student Council, Prom Comm, A Cappella, Homecoming, Frosh Foot' ball, Rod and Reel, Science 8. En- gineering EUGENIA RAE DE MAR Coral Gables, Florida Spanish Club, Riding Club 'TTY wiv ...- :asia ,, i' !'4"g 'G' l PETER B. DeWlTT St. Petersburg, Florida Band, National Honor Society, Jun- ior Exchange, Latin Club, Nor'eos-t- er Staff, Annual Staff OLIVIA DODSON St. Petersburg, Florida A Cappella, Mixed Chorus, Viking Talent Club JANE DRISCOLL New York, New York EMIL PAUL DIETRICH Springfield, Massachusetts literary Editor of Annual, Letter- man's Club, Latin Club, Pres. Jr. Civitan, Varsity Track, Secretary Hi-Y, Soundings DANIEL DONAT WILLIAM DRYPOLCHER For Rockaway, New York Future Business Leaders Club, Nor'- Science 8- Engineering Club easter 8 Viking Log Staffs, Nation- al Honor Society BETSY DIODATO St. Petersburg, Florida Decoration Comm. Prom, Hostess Homecoming Comm., Spanish Club, Veep Y.W.C.A. Service Club, Soph' omore Party Comm. DENNIS LAWRENCE DRISCOLL Lynn, Massachusetts Pres. Jr. Class, Sec. Jr. Civifan, Varsity Football B- Baseball, Co- Chairman Class Night, Letterman's Treas. Hi-Y DIANTHA LEE DUNLAP Springfield, Ohio Drama and Speech Club flndianal, A Cappella 1 5 f 4 2 Pcge Fifty-Five M A251 3 .,,. ., ,.,.........,,,., ,. . . qwmy14-W-w,-1:-'ss iss'-::-2515. 5'1:53Z'2S1E::z2'-1:I1:15-2:51.Eififm.:-E1i5'51I ,, , ,,,,, L ' ,I V . 'O ' 5 .1 " J f -' . .-Q'4.,f14:,:-:Am ,J ' A W - i fi-321' , QL , ,f, i g,jg?,:j jig ,V', jf ff I 1 fyf- , f if ' , .Wm "" E , 3, 1 " 2 ' , f 'fT??',,,41 fw Page Fifty-S11 MARGARET DIANN DUNN Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Pro m Entertainment Committee Chairman, los Donadores Club, Co- Chairman Float Committee, Future Nurses of America JUNE FRANCES DURHAM Montclair, New Jersey Future Nurses of America, Future Homemakers of America ELAINE MARCIA EHRLICH Las Vegas, Nevada Anchor CIub,Secretary, Junior Red Cross Representative, los Dona- doresg Prom Decorations c5m!.1,w9":x "fwfr ""' 2 'WZ' If . ls 1121. " ,.'?2-Ti" TT' 4 f ' fc iff ff ? yx:f:Z:5fi1i':z-if-iv 71 4,1 ' M ,' ,WW - ,..,. sg if 1 ,, 2 + -" rrub ' 4' - - f - , 37' ' " ,,,, - 1 1 X 3, W , V , -4,. in if - lW J JOHN E. DUNNE Pocatello, Idaho Band, Key Clubg Youth Fellowship Club Treasurer. DOREEN JOAN DUTCHER Sharon, Connecticut Band, Swimming Team, French Club, I.C.C., Class Night SHARON LEE ELLIS St. louis, Missouri Future Business loaders of America, Youth Fellowship Club, TriAHi-Y Club -s mix! C ef MARY LINDA DUPORT New Melford, Connecticut Youth Fellowship Club: Future Nurses INGRID LINNEA DWORAK Mt. Kisco, New York Civinettes, Latin Club, I.S.C.C. Rep resentativo ROSALYN ANN ERON Wausau, Wisconsin los Quixotos- Prom Refresh t , men sg Co-od't f ' i or o Spanish Newspaper --..-sf O A , ' -4fl 'tml JD' my I ,'a4'V ,-ng. DARLENE MARIE ESTES Hamilton, Ohio A Cappella Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y, Prom Committee, Girls' Athletic Associa- tion, Future Homemakers of America BARBARA FAUX Anderson, Indiana Sec., Pres. Future Homemaker: of America, Social Studies Club HELEN R. FITCH Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Future Nurses, Nor'easter Staff, Fu- ture Homemakers of America, Class Night Committee LAURENCE GARY EVERLY Columbus, Ohio Mixed Chorus, Diversified Co-Oper- ative Training EDWARD FELTON Poughkeepsie, New York Science and Engineering Club, Track. MARY CHRISTINE FLEMING Mankato, Minnesota Cheerleader, Anchor Club, Crea- tive Writing Club, Pres., Class Night, Hostess, Ways and Means Committee, Nor'easter Staff WILLIAM FABER Patterson, New Jersey Hi-Y JACQUELYN FISHER Toledo, Ohio Future Homemakers of America SHARON FOLSOM Milan, Indiana Chorus, Drill Team, Future Homo- mokers of America Page Fifty-Seven 1 of 1 x-, ,-7' -1 .zz ' E, ing., ff' in X 3 dn KY? Pity-Eight MICHAEL OWEN FOWLER Kansas City, Missouri Creative Writing Club, Inter-club Council SANFORD M. FRAZIER Pittsburg, Pennsylvania Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Hi-Y Club BARBARA KAY FUQUA Terre Haute, Indiana D.C.T., Tri-Hi-Y, F.B,L.A., Future Nurses, Nor'eas'ter --I 11' ,X SANDRA FRIEDRICK Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Tri-Hi-Y, Library Club, D.C.T.y Jr Red Cross Representative SHARON FRESHWATER St. Petersburg, Florida Anchor Club, Student Council, Latin Club, Ca-Chairman of Promg Co, Chairman al Homecoming, Home- coming Queen JUDY R. FUQUA Terre Haute, Indiana D.C.T., Tri-HIVY, F.B.L.A., Future Nurses, Nofeaxtor RITA KAY FRANK St. Petersburg, Florida Tri-Hi-Y, Sec. Societas Latina, Prom Decorating Comm.g Jr, Class Ways 5 Means Committee BRIAN STUART FRID Hamilton, Ontario, Canada Swimming Team, B.A.A.p Hi-Y, Lot- terman's Club CAROL R. GAETZ Lakewood, Ohio latin, Spanish, A Cappella, CLako- wood High Schooll 5 , fix V? JAMES G. GAGNON Montreal, Quebec, Canada Viking Band, Basketball ELNA RONILE GIDDENS Bay Side, New York F.H.A., Quo Vodis CS.P.H.S,J Quill 81 Scroll CSL Mary'sJ, Girls Glee Club iBogieJ RICHARD DONALD GOURLEY Gainesville, Florida Captain-Varsity Football, Hi-Y, l.et- terman's Club, Junior Civitan PHILLIS JO-JUANA GANT Cincinatti, Ohio Girls' Glee Club, F.H.A., Viking Ta- lent Club ELIZABETH GLAESER Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Y-Service Club, 4-H Club, Prom Committee SHIRLEY GRAHAM Pottstown, Pennsylvania National Honor Society-Treas., Vice President of Anchor Club, Los Donadores, F.B.L.A. al' gr" JOHN GEDDINGS Newberne, North Carolina Varsity Football, Track, Letterman's Club, Hi-Y KAREN LEE GLENDINNING Meridian, Mississippi Civinettes, Sect. of F.H.A., Tres. of F.H.A., F.H.A, County Representative, Student Council, l.S.C.C., Jr. Sr. Prom Decorations Comm. DONNA KAY GRAY St. Petersburg, Florida A Cappella Choir, F.B.L.A., Youth Fellowship, Nor'easter, Prom Deco- rations Comm. F.H.A., Typing Edi- tor, Red Cross-Rep. "IS" I? 9? 'Q57 Page Sixty EDDIE GREEN Jacksonville, Foridu Swimming team, Key Club, Science Br Engineering Club: Second Band- Freshman Yr. ADONAH LOU GRIFFIN Deerfield, Virginia Glee Club gin Virginialg G.A.A.p F.H.A. lin Virginiaj 1 Y-Service, 4-H Club Cin Virginial DIANE Laizerm HADDON Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Band, Future Homemalxersg Nor'- easter Staff, Keynoters: l.S.C.C Representative STEPHEN LEWIS GREEN Erie, Pennsylvania Hi-Y, Latin Club, Class Night PATRICK M. GRIFFIN Minneapolis, Minnesota Jr. Varsity Basketball GEORGE HALL, JR. Mineola, New Yarl: JUDITH GREENLEE Marion, Indianna Future Hamemalcers of America Keynoters ALLISON M. GROVE Fulton, New York CONSTANCE HAMMOND Lansing, Michigan Photo Arts Club, Sec. and Tram.: Library Club, Library Assistant Ffh-,,, A V w,...Mvf -Q3 Pu U Clijy Z?" I QS N 9- F"'f'Qw ' 1 1 PATRICIA LAURA HARDIN Atlanta, Georgia Latin Club: Tri-Hi-Y: F.H.A.: lAtIan- tal: Y Teens lAtIantaJ: Civinettes: Homeroom Treas.: Graduation Comm.: Photo Arts Club, Sec.: and Treas.: Prom Ways and Means Comm.: Homecoming Court SANDRA ALICE HARRISON St. Petersburg, Florida Forum Club Wirginial: Spanish Club Wirginial: Anchor Club, Senior Director: National Honor Society, Executive Committee JOHN HEISER Lakewood, New Jersey Football: Wheel Club, Sergeant At Arms: D.C.T. rin I ,a w , '- I '- ' f 'f2'.,,4ff muh - f -H - 'uf , f 1? ' , I - X. M N wx - ' i - We-Z4 -6. H I X, ,, rX'jeg2vli.-x , 1 ooe. 1' ,.-,,f, . -vw. " 33 Q iw CAROL SUE HARRINGTON Geneva, New York CRAIG C. HASKELL Portland, Maine Tennis Team: Jr. Exchange Club: Science and Engineering Club: Sec.: Viking Log: Graduation Comm., Co-chairman: Prom Com- mittee JOHN HENDERSON Chicago, Illinois Social Studies Club: Latin Club wi, LINDA JEAN HARRINGTON Geneva, New York Bond, Class Night Committee, Fu- ture Homemakers of America, His- torian PATRICIA ANNE HEIN Winfield, Kansas Band: Keynoters: Future Nurses MARILYN HENRY Brownsburg, Indiana Booster Club new fi , :wk guy, .4 W l Page Sixty-One QFFN 1 E' L11 Page Sirty-Two SANDRA LEE HENRY Rochester, New York National Honor Society: Ways G- Means Prom Committee: Pres. Of Roians: Chaplain 8- lst V.P. ol Fu- ture Nurses: G,A.A.: Band librar- ian: Varsity Sports HARRIET HILTON Orla Vista, Florida Photo Arts: Chorus: Tri-Hi-Y LUCY EVELYN HOCKETT Jacksonville, Florida Ways 8- Means Prom Committee: Anchor Club: Future Nurses: Band Quarter-Master 'P' 5 1? HOWARD HIBBARD Cincinnatti, Ohio Art Club: Model Club CAROLYN JEAN HINEY Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Cheerleader: Anchor Club: F.H.A.g Nor'easter Editor: Quill and Scroll: Studen' Council: Soph, Jr., Sr. Class Com: Hostess: Soph 8- Jr. Nor" easter Editor CHERIE MOREEN HOLDEN St. Petersbur, Florida F.H.A.: Y-Service Club GEORGE FREDERICK HIEBER Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Football: Treasurer of Senior Class: Wheel Club Corresponding Secretary NINA KENT HOBBS Ft. Benning, Georgia Civinettesg Varsity Swimming: A Cappella Choir: Class Night: Prom Invitation Chairman: G.A.A, LINDA HOLLEY St. Petersburg, Florida Prom Decoration Committee: Jr. Red Cross: los Donadoresg Tri-Hi-Y: Tal- ent Club: Service Club 'X f"' VU' si' iw -oi 'xii 'iii-R ' " .,,M,,,r' 199 -uv ' -..--ul -0--.ua-mvff 'GTK' 77 FRANCES HOLMELIN Ancon, Canal Zone, Panama Roian Parliamentariany Chaplain Future Nurses: Secretary for The City Council of Future Nurses SANDRA ZOE HOPPER Harlan, Kentucky National Honor Society, Anchor Club, Viking Log, Graduation Com., A Cappella Choir, "Annie Get Your Gun", Youth Fellowship Club, Fu- ture Homemakers ERICH DALE HUBER Union, New Jersey Science and Engineering Club, Boys' Athletic Association JOSEPH EARL HOOD Gadsden, Alabama President, Junior Exchange, Rod and Reel Club, Prom Committee MICHAEL GERALD HORTON West Bend, Wisconsin Science and Engineering Club, So- cietas Latinas: Boys' Glee Club, A Cappella Choir, Varsity swim- ming ROBERT HUBER Johnstown, Pennsylvania J.V. Basketball, Boys' Athletic As- sociation -ff.. 4159 if -eiyilz MARY FRANCES HOPPER Washington, D.C. Future Teachers, Tri-Hi-Y, D.C.T. DENNIS HUBBARD Athol, Massachusetts A Cappella Choir, "Annie Get Your Gun" CAROLE HUDSON Berkeley, California Y-Service Club, Keyette Board Mem- ber POQE Sixty-Three " 1. 3 xx 5 4 . oem - '-Mil 1, a 4' QE 52 -. 4fQe-5 3, - Q: X . ' nigh .vW ..s,,,, .. ae. ta, -,g h 5 .. .5-HW., S, ew 'Q is 0 'A 7.-Z-if wi '-e LW 12 1 . 'f ,H . , ' - ' 4-0'3" ,4 , A4 if-. - 'Q' 0 ,,., A .,,.1...,..,. ,,,.., ., ,, .N X X S as ,- J Q nf ' 5 2 ,ses 4, -- 2 V . . . ., . 4-We -,V,4.,-fwf . . . ., A " - V .,,.,, -V35-rv' 'F 4 " x0 , ' Q6 SWK Y Z! 3, Page Sixty-Four frm J UDY HUME Greenfield, Massachusetts Tri-Hi-Y HOWARD ISAACS New Rochelle, New York Varsity Football and Basebullg Let- terman's Clubg Jr. Exchange Clubg President of Sophomore Clcissg Stu dent Council DAVID JENKINS Brooklyn, New York latin Club WILLIAM CARL HUNT New York, New York RICHARD ISAACS New Rochelle, New York Varsity Footbnllg Basebollg Letter- man: Club: Student Council JON JENNINGS St. Petersburg, Fla. Senior Privilege Committee: Boys' Glee Clubg French Club BETTY INGOLD Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Treasurer, Secretory of Civinettsg Junior Class Secretaryg Girls Stateg N.H.S.p Quill and Scrollg Nor'easterg Future Teachers SIDNEY THOMAS JACKSON Annapolis, Marylond Football, Basketball Mcinogerg Hi-Yg l.etterman's Club: Wheel Clubg Of- fice Assistontf Prom Decoration Committee WILLARD JOHNSON Cranston, Rhode lslond Varsity Football: I.etterman'a Club A, C. ,J-V '--E, , - A ,ggi A V A1 , A x 3 4? 'A -A f- "' ' .- 'o-,L-,..w 1- T' A A-ra. g' ,'Q',"7f 4 v A A 'f ' , Q I .L.j'f,i'g'52" . .. ,U , ,hx ' - 6' EMP ' :E fv f ifgflti' t cp ' I, V ,A I f 4 N . J! ,I . 1 f va , K - .-9 , O ' vf fi f for 'f wfl ' ,gr 105 - . Q-.1 li V lr f A ..fiiv"5"ifii "E BM y i I Q ,,. ,. W - Awff HOMER A. JONES St. Petersburg, Florida Band RICHARD DOUGLAS KAPOCSI Detroit, Michigan Varsity Football, Lettermans' Club, Varsity Baseball BERNARD KELLER Atlantic City, New Jersey Freshman Football, Latin Club, Spanish Club, Senior Class Vice President, Sophmore Councilman at Large ni d"""u- MARCIA ANNE JONES DIANA GLORIA JORDAN Spicelandp Indiana Tampa, Florida Tri-Hi-Y, Jr. Red Cross Representa- Future Nurses, Class Night tiveg Viking Log SUSAN ELLEN KECK ISABEL NOREAN KEEHN Mineola, New York New Bedford, Massachusetts Future Homemakers of America Tri-Hi-Y, D.C.T., Future Homemakers of America ELEANOR MARIE CASON GARY KERBO Baltimore, Maryland Detroit, Michigan Future Nurses Club, French Club D.C.T. 'W J -z f ff VJ MVVW QW' Wu, :Sfmt Page Sixty-Six PETER WHEELER KERSKER St. Petersburg, Florida Band, Key Club, l.C.C. Rep., Jr. Classical League, Societas latinas, Prom Decoration, Soph. Class Party, Class Night, Student Council MURIEL KING St. Petersburg, Florida Prom Decoration Committee, Viking Talent Club, D.C.T., Drama Club, Girls' Glee Club ROBERT A. KOCH New York, New York A Cappella Choir, Wheel Club, "Annie Get Your Gun" CARL KIEBLER Detroit, Michigan French Club, Wheel Club President, Band SUSAN KNISELY Ravenna, Ohio Band, I.C.C. Rep.5French Club, Sec. Troas. Keynoters, Historian, Civin- ettes, Co-chairman-Cap and Gown Committee, Class Night, Prom Re- freshment Committee CHRISTINE KOHLS Baltimore, Maryland A Cappella, F.H.A., F.B.l.A., Ad- vanced Girls' Glen Club, Student Council SHIRLEY DIANE KING St. Petersburg, Florida Tri-Hi-Y ROBERT KNOWLES Montaur Falls, New York Band, Hi-Y GEORGE THOMAS KRAMER New London, Connecticut Football, Basketball, Track, Prgg Hi-Y, Jr. civimn V.P., u, G0,,e,,,c,, District Ill, lotterman's club, Sr Class V.P., Freshman Treasurer, - I Q, ,. AW' M, I ,,. ,VW ,.,X M. -3, DAVID HOWARD KRUMWIEDE Chicago, Illinois A Cappella: Varsity Football: Civ itan: Hi-Y: Letterman's Club: "Buf falo Bill" in "Annie Get Your Gun": Prom Decoration Committee RONALD E. LAMOTT Miami, Florida Librarian: A Cappella Choir: Prom: Track: Hi-Y: Jr. Varsity Football ROGER LARSON St. Paul, Minnesota Varsity Football: Track: Junior Civ- itan Club: Letterman's Club EVELYN ELIZABETH KUEHL Erie, Pennsylvania Tri-Hi-Y: Student Council Rep. F.B.L.A. ARTHUR N. LANG St. Louis, Missouri Basketball Manager: Hi-Y DOUGLAS LAW Portland, Maine Co-captain Varsity Basketball: Golf: Tennis: Treasurer Wheel Club: Lettermcln's Club 1 WILMER S. laBRANT St. Petersburg, Florida Varsity Football: Letterman's Club: Tri-Hi-Y: Prom Decoration Committee TONI LARIMER St. Petersburg, Florida Tri-Hi-Y: Jr. Red Cross: Los Don Qudoresz F.B.L.A. ROBERT LAWSON Middleton, Ohio Science and Engineering Club 'Sr - 41" iql'l"' 7 ' .,,, . " " ""l14- , f 'ff I MQ' , 47, . ,, , ,, f ' , 'M A, 4 Fay!! f ,V f 44 , 1- L TL, , 6 I I Ii? I- E 'Gif if 2, , A , f if . Q mv 40, dwtfftlgf 'iw IFN W'?3'f-WZ' ' ff 9 My AA fy ff Dry ,: My f, QW,Qfj?Q'?"f'f?!f' Qyzpfc z ,www A , , , .gf P4717 5-C:-W 0 OJ gf, I K 1 ,,,., MW W iff! 'E ' , X ,J Q? ROBERTA LEE JUDITH ANNE LEWIS CHRISTINA LICZBINSKI Pittsburg, Pennsylvania Plainfield, New Jersey Munich, Germany D.C.T. Tri-Hi-Y, Sec, Service Club: Libraryp Pres. Pl'10'O'AYIS-Club: D.C.T., Dra- Pqgfg Zifly fig" JOANN LIPHAM La Fayette, Georgia Library Club JIM LONG Scranton, Pennsylvania Glee Club A Red Cross, D.C.T. ROBERT LOEBER Schenectady, New York Sports Editor of Nor'eaxter, Junior Exchange LINDA LOVE Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Anchor Club, F.H.A. may l.C.C. CELESTE DIANE LOEFFLER Rockville Centre, New York A Cappella Chair, Sec. of F.B.I..A.p Sec., Student Council, Sec. Choir MARY LOVE Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Chaplain, Tri-Hi-Y, F.H.A. C32 'W 1,5 Hi. if lf fi 'N-. ,Mk MELODY DAWN MCGINNIS Indianapolis, Indiana Swimming, Volleyball, D.C.T., F.B.L.A., Tri-Hi-Y: Riding Club ARCHIE McKlNNlS St. Petersburg, Florida Pres. Arts 81 Crafts, Band, Jr. Ex- change Club, Keynoters ELAINE E. MALIN Bronx, New York Girls' Glee Club, Spanish Club, Junior Classical League: Y-Service Club, F.H.A. MELINDA MCKENZIE St. Petersburg, Florida F.H.A., Keyettes, National Honor Society MARY LOU MACK Olean, New York Service Club, Library Club, Mixed Chorus, Historian, Assistant Li- brarian ANTHONY M. MANCONE Providence, Rhode Island Varsity Baseball, Football CSL Petei Varsity Baseball CNEHSJ LOUIS McKlNNEY Aubrey, Texas D.C.T. ANTHONY MAIOCCHI Woburn, Massachusetts Varsity Football, Track, Letterman's Club, Hi-Yg Prom Decoration, Class- night DOROTHY MANTELL Brooklyn, New York Band, Vice-Pres. of F.T.A., Corres- ponding Secretary of County F.T.A. Club .uv- lei ff? , 1 9 :L .X K rf Til? . Silks? , fr: A W f 5 " 'Q 1 ., as ix, 5 Q . 5.2, S ,M egg, X Q5 a 4 vm T 4' X mx , 'L Asif-- ss., fx fwifaifi 4 i f f if -E -...-will f i 'iw x ,.m,...- .tx radii 5. Q jfs we e6 , sy W' ' T' f -ww., ,,:',.- -.g:.s'Yi7i,-,Q -A 2- , X Q '13 JERRY MASON Middlesboro, Kentucky LINDA A. MEREIROS New Bedford, Massachusetts A Cappella: Tri-Hi-Y, F.B.L.A D.C.T. RUTH EILEEN MERRITT St. Pelersburg, Florida F.H.A., Tri-Hi-Y, F.B.L.A. Reporter i RONALD RAYMUND MASON Springfield, Illinois Bond, Societas Latinas, Class Night, Jr. Classical League: Dance Chair man-Homecoming, Prom Decora tions, Soph. Class Party, l.C.C. JERRY MEEKS Washington, D.C. Track Team KENNETH ROBERT MICHAEUS Columbus, Ohio Bandg Hi-Y 41" F f , Y A . . X 1-f':f'9"" 55, """' 3 x .QS rdf .5255 """"'N9f if X .isis is UK L t t Vi 5' HO , W, GARY ROBERT MEARS Mobile, Alabama Varsity Football, J.V. Football Prom Decoration Committee. ALEX EDWARD MENEES St. Petersburg, Florida Hi-Y JOHN GARY MILLEN Coatesville, Pennsylvania LORA MILLER Washington, D. C. Band: Keynoters PAMELA JUNE MOORE Hibbing, Minnesota A Cappella: Keyette Vice Pres.: Sec. Keyettes: Future Nurses: Glee Club: Student Council Rep.: F.H.A. JOHN BURTON MORRIS III St. Petersburg, Florida "Goodhousekeeping" Stage Mana ger: Lighting Director nr' 'W :PJ RS. gg nv -1--'ui 3' W- ' 5 ,, ' J Q? . JANICE SUE MILSAPS Elizabethton, Tennessee Girls' Chorus: F.H.A.: Tri-Hi-Y: Vice Pres. of Recreation in F.H.A.: Senior Class Night Comm.: Senior Gradu- ation Comm. RICHARD MOORE Ravenna, Ohio A Cappella: Basketball: Track: Treas. of A Cappella: Baseball JOHN EUGENE MOSER Jersey City, New Jersey Hi-Y: Boys' Athletic Assn.: Prom Decoration: Track Team f ROBERT MITCHELL Fairmont, West Virginia NANCY MORGAN Bluefield, West Virginia Tri-Hi-Y: Pres. of Keyettes: Los Quiotes: Jr. Prom Invitations Comm.: Hostess RICHARD MUCCIANO White Plains, New York Science and Engineering: Amateur Radio Club .fi -5' Q,-f' 477 poge Swenvy-Two 3, 'W W JEAN LOUIS MULDER Hackensack, New Jersey Future Business Leaders of America HARRY T. MURPHY Mobile, Alabama WILLIAM NEWCOMER Waterville, N. Y. Senior Privilege Commifieeg Class Night Committee, Hi-Y, Mixed Chorus fi., 3 2 N51 cf! or Q J rf -,g r ' , X ' Z " ss I , ' fl J. 'yi ' f , l -f' "Q . Exif HERBERT RAY MUNCY Elmwood, Ohio Secretary of Rod and Reel, Hi-Y, LeHerman's Club, Football, Track LINDA NELSON Cleveland, Ohio Anchor Club, Los Quixoiesg Junior Red Cross MELANIE NEWMAN Anderson, Indiana Civineffes, Nor'easIor, Prom Deco- rations, Cheerleader GARY PAUL MUNN Bowling Green, Ohio A Cappella Choir, LeHerman's Club, Football, Baseball, Hi-Y, Los Donadores MICHAEL L. NETZLOFF Madison, Wisconsin Wheel Club, National Honor Soci- ety, Vice-President of Science and Engineering Club TOM NEWSOM St. Petersburg, Florida Hi-Y 1-7' pai' -mv f KENT NEWTOWN Flint, Michigan Junior Prom Decoration Committee, Student Council Representative, Hi-Y JUDITH ANN NIELSEN Winthrop, Massachusetts Tri-Hi-Y, Riding Club KATHLEEN MARIE NOURSE Rochester, N. Y. Volleyball, Basketball, Future Nurs- es, Y-Service Club, Senior Com- mittee as-.MN JEFFERY CHARLES NICHOLS Detroit, Michigan Football, Track, Art Club KARL NOUSIAINEN Trimountain, Michigan Jr. Civitan Club, Keynoters Club, Band BARBARA ANN NUNN Mansville, Ohio Treasurer of Tri-Hi-Y, Cheerleader, Student Council Representative PAUL NICHOLSON Ferndale, Michigan Art Club EDWARD A, NOURSE Rochester, N. Y. Band, Spanish JOHN O'NEILL Passaic, New Jersey Swim Team, Letterman, Hi-Y My 90'-f? ,r"""'F" Page Seventylhree M-Q, V V .f X ,Tex sq Nw-.V NS i 'ii 5 J' K X I ' "fir . ,qi -'.,, nfsaxgw tx Nw'-fS.xf1.g,--sf, . f- 11 'fr A 1 A A ' 'm-k' ' V4 I ' ' . ' ' i . , Xie ' . "e X y , , N' 3 Y' x . Z ' n , 2 so 9 'SL N5 .,w,..i:., i X I Ni ci- ' . ,fill YG' I 'ram fi' fa' 'T' I 4' ""'- "M" Page Seventy-Four RICHARD A. OPPEL Newark, New Jersey Junior Exchange, Secretary, Swim- ming Team SANDI OXLEY Chicago, Illinois Homecoming Court, Band, Vice President, Tri-Hi-Y, Vilring Log, F.B.L.A., I. C. C. Representative, Nor'easter, Prom Decorations JOYCE PAYNE Egg Harbor, New Jersey Tri-Hi-Y, Riding Club, Volleyball In tramurals RUTH ELNORA OWEN Chicago, Illinois Girls Glee Club, Red Cross ELIZABETH ELLEN PACE Charleston, South Carolina Future Business Leaders, Tri-Hi-Y, Nor'easter, Senior Class Night, Prom Decoration Com., Varsity Cheerleader THOMAS PAYNE Takoma Parlr, Maryland Chairman of Prom Decoration Com- mittee, Historian of Wheel Club, Spanish Club, Basketball, Science and Engineering Club BARBARA OXLEY Indianapolis, Indiana Senior Invitation Committee, Prom Invitation Committee, Tri-Hi-Y WILLIAM PARKS Butler, Pennsylvania Latin Club JERRY PEEL St. Petersburg, Florida D.C.T. f 'fl f W! 'K' V , . if 'CN' -il.. .: Q "L 'J ' E. i M " " ,, 1 f' 1 1 .yuh ,ffimf f ,,f. V. A , X ,, , , ,,, , , , , A-,f,.iff , V, ,X f 4 27 if rm.4f6f,4,,2,,f , r 4 " ai' A J , ,, .,,. .z ....,.,.f1 J' ULN ' ,M N, i . 1- Q, ' T? ' 'wiht Q29 3 -'45 L V104 5 319,11 ",k ' if 'J 'A gf? M 'E ,513 , JEANNE PENTECOST Coronado, California Head Cheerleader, Los Quixotes, Civinettes, Senior Invitation, Hostess, Class Night, Tri-Hi-Y, Annual, G.A.A., Debating Team, V.P. OF J.R.C. JACKIE RAE PETERS Depew, New York Keyette Club, F.H.A. JOHN J. PFISTER Detroit, Michigan Civitan, Hi-Y KATHLEEN MARION PHlLLlPPl Minneapolis, Minnesota Anchor, Prom Comm,, Senior An nouncements Chairman, Los Dona dores President GERALD STEVEN POLK St. Petersburg, Florida Football, Hi-Y, Baseball, B.A.A. JACK E. POLK St. Petersburg, Florida Football Sec. Senior Class, F.H.A., Pres. Letterman's Club, B.A.A., Baseball, JOSEPH PETHIA Westfield, New York Baseball, Hi-Y, Rifle Club CAROLYN PILZ Maywood, Illinois Future Nurses, Clinic Assistant, A Cappella Choir, Girls' Glee Club JAMES STANLEY POLK St. Petersburg, Florida Football, Hi-Y Club, Letterman's Club, B.A.A. ,, A Page Seventy-Five OUTSTANDING on Y M-v -Q in f II!!! 118 J?,',l?, , . '.'. A u l SBSH W ? M an ummm 42 uk ga g X 1 ? 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X , ,M is : :22: - " ' 'A f VPVV 'Q L-'.-7-':y1yfv,-'.-' Z ' V :rv - -' :az-',ef,-mx-zo.-v.-ze4'.i2:i4'.-D.f'f'22,-"U ' . - 24143:-'f3S'Z-'W ' .ak ,, WA., f Ay. .Y ,2,j,,,,,3,,vr,-5, fj,f71.54w K, ef , M1 'fx ',.:cff-:f of f 1 1 : ' fs Us edit v 'vgfmfi Pqrjg 54511:-rnlyflglxt Www W Y-Service, French Clu SUSAN POLLY ashington, D. C. Publicity Chairman, b LINDA PRICE New York, New York Band, Stud JOHN Chat Football, President, ent Council MONROE QUARLES tanooga, Tennessee Track, Student Council, Key Club, N.H,S.p Sec. 8- Treas, Letterman's Club, Editor, Viking Log i DONALD TIM POTTER New Castle, Pennsylvania Los Donacloresg Key, Track JOSEPH PRILL Ancon, Canal Zone, Panama Vice President, Stamp Club: Wheel Club LOIS GAIL RAMSEY Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania A Cappella Choir, Palette 8- Brush, Creative Writingg Sec., Riding Club CHARLES POUST New York, New York Pres. 8. Veep. of Keynoters, Band Host, Student Council GAYLE MARIE PURDUE Kankakee, Illinois Civinettes BILL REID Spartanburg, S. C, Civitanp Football: Track, Hi-Y '25 "bf ,e:f'l.l4lgk45 - ' t , , Q5 5 ft aff4W'f5'?L4?'7 f ' I 7 57-Cffn'XP7'C1f5' 7371, f,,' fic -A f1A" A' ' ' J f 4: ' I Q f, ffyrfffyffgfy , f L A , ,,,L., 3 1' 'Cf 1 'wg- ' 1 J .. A A" illllfzllliw JA ,f'i':'5',Q1i, A fi A ' A +62 "nga ' ,g ff ii, i If 'J' Ms. A ' "7 WZ? MARION ANGELA RIBITZKI Berlin, Germany Nor'eoster Staff, Class Night, Sen ior Privilege Committee, Tri-HIVY RICHARD B. RIFFLE Auburn, New York PHILIP W. ROGERS Huntington, West Virginia Sr, Graduation Committee, De bating team DONALD RAYMOND RICKARDS Camden, New Jersey JV Football, Youth Fellowship, Stu- dent Council, Office Assistant, D.C.T., Jr. Civitan NANO RILY St. Petersburg, Florida Los Quixotes, Tri-Hi-Y, Le Cercle Francais SANDRA K, ROOS Moline, Illinois Band Historian, Dramatics, N.H,S. Secretary, Civinettes, Parlia menta rif an, Jr. Class Ways and Means Committee, Le Cercle Francais, Vice President ' W We WM 4' -1-s:A+.v:, 2 Af of I l A fiwffsf ' ,.A,I! , 1 939655 f if X W 1 My 4-fs A 93.3, M Q2 we4.f'f'i f V, , L- , -fo 1 , -c 5494, mx We 1 wi :Q I me c, x W Q M ,J 1 ,x 41 A , fr ZZ, i I Mqgwzjg, we . J, K IW X f S' i 'fffegt ' K" Jym n ew div fi if V ,, M - x,,,. or we-W S , G 6 yy i iy Page Eighty 491 'dv -Ch WILLIAM ROSSLEY Marlbow, Massachuseils A Cappella Choirp Swimming Team: Social Sfudies Clubg Science and Engineering Club JAMES RYAN SL Pefersburg, Florida SUSAN SCHAEFFER Kilfanning, Pennsylvania A Cappellag Mixed Chorusg G.A.A. Treasurerg Varsity Volleyballg Bas- kelballg Swimming is "S-.. GEORGE RUCAVADO San Jose, Costa Rica Boys' Alhleiic Associafiong Hi-Yg Spanish Club EDWIN SALZMAN Daytona Beach, Florida Freshman and .l,V. Foolballg Key Clubg Amateur Rarlia Clubg Home- coming Dance Committee JUDITH HELEN SCHWEIKERT Minneapolis, Minnc-sofa Mixed Chorusg Advanced Girls' Glee Clubg A Cappollag Future Homcmakers of America, Vice Presi- dent M5 ELEANOR RYAN Salem, South Dakota Fuiures Nurses Clubp Tri-Hi-Yg D.C,T FRANK SANTY Bluefield, West Virginia J.V. Faoiballg D.C.T. CHARLES ROBERT SCHWINN Massilou, Ohio rf, IU 'Uh Ig., 'Q -4--al V N93 if Wilma.. 'lan 1 x .Rf ,yi 1 MARY ELIZABETH SCOTT St. Petersburg, Florida A Cappella, Future Teachers of America, Future Homemakers of America ELEANOR FAY SENSINGER Chattanooga, Tennessee Jr. Red Cross, Nor'easter, Class Night, Senior Privilege Committee AUDREY SIESS Brooklyn, New York Band, President, Civinettes, Jr.-Sr. Prom Refreshment Comm. Chairman, Vice President, F.T.A., N.H.S., Co- Chairman Graduation JOANN E. SEITER Racine, Wisconsin Glee Club, Girls' Athletic Associa tion, Future Homemakers of Amer- ica, Y-Service Club BILLIE JOYCE SEXTON Nashville, Tennessee Girls' Glee Club JOHN KENNETH SIMON Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Wheel Club EILEEN SENGER Brooklyn, New York Girls' Athletic Association, Ways and Means Committee, Announce- ment Committee, Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y JANET LOUISE SEYMOUR Norwalk, Connecticut Girls' Athletic Association, I.C.C. Rep., Tri Hi4Y, Sergeant at Arms, Student Council, Prom Invitations, Homecoming Committee KENNETH SIMPSON Newark, New Jersey A Cappella, Science and Engineer ing Club B l 1: ??5Et""?i5f"X5 'l Wx w '94 ti' 9 L R sr an -rd? 'wtf "T'f? -v-'uv v- 'CW' t 'Qviv NY ASW -H-qui GARY SMITH St. Petersburg, Florida Fcotbalig Hi-Y KAREN SMITH Ashland, Ohio G.A.A.g Red Cross, Vice President RONALD SMITH Tampa, Florida Truck SHIRLEY M. SMITH Neptune, New Jersey Future Business Leaders Club: Arts and Crafts Club CAROL SPANNAGEL Saginaw, Michigan Civinettesp Drama Clubg Mixed Cho- rus JOHN C. SPIDELL Lawrence, Massachusetts Letterman's Clubg Hi-Yg Footballg Swimming Page Eighty-Two Latin Clubg F.H.A.g Prom Committeeg MARGARET SMITH South Orange, New Jersey Honor Societyg Tri-Hi-Yg Girls Arh Ietic Association RUTH HELEN SOLBERG Cranston, Rhode Island Future Nurses Clubg D.C.T. BARBARA SPITALERI St. Petersburg, Fioiida Bandg Future Nurses Club ,Q A to r 9 W fu w, X .wi if vi JUDITH A. SPRAGUE Jacksonville, Florida Future Homemakers ot America, Girls' Chorus BARBARA STEDMAN Baltimore, Maryland D.C.T. ELEANOR M, STOCKY Tampa, Florida Band, Second Lt. of Girls, Roian, Secretary and Historian, Future Nurses, Treasurer, Ways and Means Prom Committee, National Honor Society JACQUELYN STACEY Montgomery, Alabama A Cappella Choir, Los Donadores Future Teachers, Student Council GRACE E. STEWARD Camden, New Jersey Youth Fellowship, Secretary, F.H.A, D.C.T. LINDA KAY STUMPFF Kansas City, Missouri Head Maiorette, Future Nurses, President, Roian, Chaplain, Band, N.H,S., Co-chairman Senior Class Night GORDON LEE STAGER Glennridge, New Jersey Jr. Civitan Treasurer, Football, Socitas Latinas, N.H.S., Vice Presi- dent, Hi-Y, Viking Log, Class Night, Sr. Privilege Committee, Soundings MERRILEE IRENE ST. GEORGE Lansing, Michigan ROY STYERS St. Petersburg, Florida D.C.T. Page Eighty-Three df" ,M-fini., LINDA SUMNER Daytona Beach, Florida D,C,T., Student Council CAROLE SWENSON Natick, Massachusetts Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, Board Member, Keyettes, I.C.C. Rep., Y-Service Club, Secretary, Junior Classical League, National Honor Society ERMA .I. THOMAS Pinellas Park, Florida Varsity Volleyball, Softball, Art Club, Roian, Chaplain, G.A.A., Prom Committee Page Eighty Four -1-4' .IO ANN SUTTER Buffalo, New York Mixed Chorus, D.C.T., Tri-Hi-Y SUSAN ERIN SWIFT Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Maiorette, Band, Fresh., Soph. Vice President, G.A.A., Tri-Hi-Y, Anchor Club, l,S.C.C. Rep., Los Quixotes, President, Cap and Gown Comhair- man, Viking log, Prom WILLIAM A. THOMAS Jarksonville, Florida Key Club, Track, National Honor Society GLORIA SWANGO Fredericksburg, Virginia National Honor Society, President, Tri-Hi-Y, Treasurer, Keyettes, Man- aging Editor, Nor'easter PATRICIA TEMPUS Toccoa, Georgia A Cappella, F.H,A., I.C.C. Rep., President, Jr. Auxiliary of Mound Park Hospital, Prom Decoration Committee DIANE FLORENCE THOMPSON Darby, Pennsylvania Girls' Chorus, Secretary, Mixed Chorus, Jr. Red Cross Representa- tive av' ,4-1' T' na. f-ai il' I , ,- ,. l1'5-21-1"'I'l:9II ,'if ":9 ,,,.f,.H .f n 1, - s 'f W zulw.ff1'l7'fl l QW W ' I U If if :'f-fw'a u- I V ., or A , THOMAS O. THORNTON Pleasanl Grove, Ohio Band, Spanish Club DORIS LYNNE TOPKIN Ellenville, New York Secretary, Biology Club, N.H.S. DAVID L. VAUGHN Sf. Pefersburg, Florida Audio Visual Club, U. S. Coos? Guard Reserve sflrfif ,V f-1, 1 , 46. Y'-my ENIHII' 'fl-f r' Q 1 ,s 4 DAVID THRUMSTON Chicago, Illinois SALLY TRICKEL Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Tri-Hi-Y, D.C.T. JOHN M. VETTER Tarenlum, Pennsylvania Band, Second Lieulenant, D.C.T. Club ELDON TODD Qunicy, Florida D.C.T. Club CONNIE UTTER Wabash, lndiana Advanced Girls' Glee Club, Vice- President, Wig and Mask Club, Historian, National Honor Society, Junior Red Cross ALAN VISION Chicago, Illinois Varsity Football, Baseball, Leiter- mon's Club """ Q .. . f' in . f.s,.,L 4. V ' V' v:"'ZQl':-J' 'I 244, " I -Y,f2"1,., 1' ff. - ' ' ' Xi., T, . f , ' V or 1 ,r , " ' ZifM:'IWL1i'5.7il'ff V .ge J L -M if ... . . ,. , , I I -- , Y ,K g f: M fi f we f ff-S, ,af any 157 :QW ,. GW .Zag MM, Page Eighty,Si1 KW, ,yd J :iii-gif ,, . ! f f kt 4 X ' 4' AU M? ff 4 3' Mies ' ,. A ' A,. , jsp A,.,. , Q , sbt 1 1 541,315.15 '-'fri Y' 1 Cf . '41, I b , .Y , ,l .QA f ff 1 f f A 1 yi, 4 y ' 1, fyf, J, gf, ff' if f , , Q 1 P N ,f , f 1 is W A ff2f ,560 M 1 X 1 f K 3, Y 4 . ,,,,, ,ft X K 4 ,Z if f we 'l C709 A , s 34,5223 qv ,Q S, j Pl 1+ ft iw Qi CHARLES VOIGT Woodside, Long Island, New York Keynoters, Sgt. at Arms, Band, Key Club MIKE WALTON Baton Rouge, Louisiana J.V. Football, Los Donadores, Key Club, Treasurer, Stamp Club, Stu- dent Council ELIZABETH WELLS St. Petersburg, Florida DAVID WALKER Chicago, lllinois Band, Sgt. of Details, N.H.S.. Parliamentarian, Junior Classical league JIM WARDLOW Baltimore, Maryland RAYMOND ALAN WHEELER Bowling Green, Kentucky Viking Talent Club, Hi-Y, Vice Presi- dent Boys' Athletic Association, President of Freshman Class, Track, Basketball, Football CRAIG WALSH St. Petersburg, Florida Science and Engineering Club, Freshman Baseball NEIL WATERS High Springs, Florida Football, Wheel Club, Jr. Class Treasurer KATHY WHELPLEY Rochester, New York Latin Club, Jr. Rod Cross, Anchor Club, Nor'c-astor, Student Council, Homecoming 'Hull 1 f .nv-7 "bmw .gm ,,.-f DAVID WHITAKER Wilmington, North Carolina Science and Engineering Club, President, I.S.C.C. and I.C.C. Rep- resentative NANCY LEE WILKINS Duluth, Minnesota Badminton, Basketball, Intramurals, F.H.A,i D.C.T. MARIAN WILMOT St. Petersburg, Florida Tri-Hi-Y, D.C.T. JIM WHITE Dayton, Ohio Varsity Football, Basketball, Base- ball, Wheel Club, Senior Class President, N.H.S. DORINDA WILLARD Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Prom Decoration Committee, Drama Club, Photo Arts Club, F.B.L.A., Swimming Team BRUCE WILSON Memphis, Tennessee Science and Engineering Club Q DAVID WHITNEY Endicott, New York Rod and Reel Club ROBERT M. WILLIAMS Pittsburg, Pennsylvania D.C.T. CAROL WOOD New York City, New York Junior Classical League, Anchor Club, Y-Service, President its 1 1, -1 1- wg L, rf: A RN New -. .,. . L W-.x-'i4v3"fr-"S1'-yi ' C of 1 www fm L vm 35 gb 5' A X AW if X C X k R Q' A w Q, C Q, mem xx xv.vL1w..q..fQ5' :L , x Q X X "ee- Q.-get of when .- fi. ,. . - 1 ,M Q M. s M y - -s . ss, A X , . 1+ N1 if 1 waits X 6 Xbg xp Q' 2825- X' f X Y f JG WMV' r Page Eighty-Enght 533' N ,E .. ' ' JUDY WRY Attleboro, Massachusetts Future Business Leaders of America, Tri-Hi-Y AUDREY ANN ZAGORSKI Malden, Massachusetts Future Teachers of America, Youth Fellowship ARTHUR ZOELLNER Chicago, Illinois Band: Sergeant of Color Guard, Keynofersg Student Council CLARK WADE YEAKLE Baltimore, Maryland Band, Dance Band ROBERT ZAISER St. Petersburg, Florida Swimming Team, Freshman Foot- ballp Wheel Club, Science and En gineering Club, Student Council ALLAN ZURLA Tenafly, New Jersey ,Ns w,+,.Ag,,.,.b,N.Ms Kes s s..- . - fix' "'!'.iI' ' ' ' R'-, ' Trix Us TQ' XX N NX is XXX if A i. 5355 X - .- 3 X,-.fqw cs, ' I1-,.:,' - Y X -N. ' 'wi' , " M Q A' 0 360 1 . " 375: - 1 - X5 L ,S PATTI YOUNG Richmond, Virginia Band: Maioretteg Tri-Hi-Y, Annual Staff QRichmoncll ANTHONY ZEOU Greensburg, Pennsylvania Band, Hi-Y, Social Studies Club BILL HUGHSON Syracuse, New York Talent Club E r? 91 1 K ,fi 'll X i Y wig!!- ! 'al Il If 3 ,L 1' if Each senior must be measured for a cap and gown. in i wr- ' Much careful planning goes into class night. M ,f x . 9 w 'uf -iii - . gi I Calling cards and invitations are ordered in February. f I Page Eighty-Nine nge llinntf ,.,, Uflficena B531 1 1, 1-.gf u - , sfj I v. S X ,. use s Q . . . L x 1' l 1 President, Sharon Hoover, Vice President, Mickey O'Neilp Secretary, Cissie Cooperg Treasurer, Betty Henderson. JU IOR CLASS Bringing together the talents and ideas from three different iunior high schools, the class of '61 began its life at Northeast as the largest sophomore class, with an enrollment of 750. Although smaller in number as luniors, the class was greater in achievement and participation in school activities. Highlighting the junior year was the Junior-Senior Prom, one of the best in Northeast's history. During the year the iuniors worked to finance the Prom, pre- senting such successful activities as skating parties, pom-pom sales, and dances. A major event and money-making project was the iunior class play, "Outward Bound." Leaving behind them a very successful year, the class of 'ol looks toward its senior year with great enthusiasm. Spouvra MRS. FERGUSON MR. RUSS Hr -N' " '1 ws! X fo , i 4 f Al' .Q r .1 . ,f , 2 . 9 fp .1 Y R 1 'k,.H.Lx' ' tl - ! ,. MRS. SHRUM al MR. CHALLENER 6 -YS ul " f I J 5., are 1- X R 1 ,ef gi f, 0 H eir ,K ,K ,,, l- , Ugg NV' n:.,A..L-5,7 I ,. V 4. fr 2 A -4 'QPF 1117 3' fa A Y' L!-r' r ii 1. A"-1 1 1',f'ffag.. , j 3' wp 4, V ,fm- Committee Chairmen BAND AND FLOOR SHOW INVITATIONS Mikie Buenzli Tracy Stiles DECORATIONS PROM CHAIRMAN Roberf Chrisfmas Richard Grunt M i' REFRESHMENTS WAYS AND MEANS A Sandy Erickson B stty Henderson Pom-pom sales help finance the Prom. X' -me - ' Out 'ggi 'gan Q X 2 j- 5, W1 ri.. 'rg Y-fi' 10' Page Ninety ABBOTT, EDWIN R. ADAMS, CAROLE J. 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SECOND ROW: Richard Leveriti, Leroy Kramer, Richard Grcani, Jim Heilbron, Jim Andringo, Jim Brown, Rmb Thomas, Tom Fisher, Page One Hundred Two o , - E 1, I 7W1f'2ik'U 5-5 - " ' 7779 f M .I I -I I f.-My .14 f QA ,f Az , P f Q MII I W! X g ww WI, I,, 259' X f f 1 f if Q26 X "'v?1ff 'fi if 'UQ '.',.1fQ"- ' ,,"!5 ,zany l r' , f B 1, 'Wi fygr , ,jg , ' i L f Q12 s 'Sal A W . U-fci' -1 fficel-A ws, Q1 -427 S tis G!! , , Y .U Q3 sf . f A V f , L l A 1 , "Qt I' y 'Q D President, Bill Baynard, Vice-President, Buddy Rogers, Secretary, l l Q, Susan Zanow, Treasurer, Phyllis Wilson. Y '. '5g"2Q W Om! Q -of , Under the able leadership of their officers and sponsors, the Sophomore class of 1959-1960 has iust completed a very successful year. Highlights of the s year include the class party and the Sophomore -,V,, edition of the Nor'easter. g Miss BROWN MR, DOUGHERTY One of the many honors bestowed upon the Sopho- ' Zqn S V A MR. NETTLESHIP more class this year was a first place award in the Iiit l" V Mlss TYLER float division of the homecoming parade. This float, with its colorful Viking ship, was judged "Best in the if Parade." !r? ,' + - 5' 1fi- X 'i gg 5? f i x With the fine record that the class has made this B' S I i X V ' ' S year, it is sure to be a great success in its next two sf ts years at Northeast. i,,,-ni?EF ?.5.Qf,-E V 'll 'R Pmgfg Que H undfed Three 'H-A , 11 X1 . ., 6 Q 1 Z 'V 'DA I' 1 1, 9 , 11 Q A- 14, 6 1 'V ff. , 71111191 , . f f 1 , I .,."- X , N -1 P- .1 fl . , X X1 if W rug -1.,-j f"'f1 f f 1 f W1 'm vfyy' 41 7, 1 AB ES CAROLE J. 2' .f , AD MS, RUTH A. " AD BMS, SAMUEL T. 5 . K I A. fi E E JANE .A,N, A AL EN, JEAN LOUISE A EY ROBERT 1 I w-A va- ,Hn . 1 1 1? 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V R' I 655 .Fx " n A if , - A A' -- " W TIESLER, RONALD ,xi Q TILLIS, DIANE I A-'. J. , , ,.., , . It fi . , K .nw . ,q i gg A- I, ,. V, . I . TOME, PAUL TOMLIN, LEONARD ' JA JA J .. 1. E1 E:-Q 1 ? 2. 5 Q -.f. 1- 1- V5 , kr, ' gg' Q, Q ' A- pf: " g - '-f.. A A I ,xii-adn .Y .451 .. ' f- -LNG wwf ' 1 ' A kk J 1 Z - D .. 1 f:,':.. I. f ,-., A LEAN .wF+IRGwL SSRN? - k.-' s I 'PL .S A F . sQuIREs, JOEL ' ,, I I ,Q , .I Q sTAcI-IERA, TERRY I 1' "' f .,f.,,, , I T no M- I A7 ,,f.. , 4 If VANDERPOEL, EUGENE W STARR, PATRICIA I ,RIA I ' , ,, .., Q. +I . ,I G 1. , II STEWART, DONALD I YF'-1 U STRATTON, OLIVIA NANCY , I ' " ' , STRICKLAND, EMILY V1-E 1 E- XE: 'AT 7 . . W, ,V ., I WW STOLLEY, COLLEEN P ."-Q sTOvALL, GEORGE I ' k.f,, w Rfk F, 1 STRICKLIN, LINDA ,far sTROuP, ROBERT I Q, gt' it if A .--'- if , 'JM ,f m 'six I LI.. . I TAYLOR, DOROTHY , I5 Ta , A rg ' I TAYLOR, JOAN A , I A 5 , TAYLOR, sLATER x - A - I W-,A D , Q 'L J A 315,52 ' TEAGUE, RANDY W.. I, gi q TERRELL, JUDITI-I Lf' ff ff' L A A TERRY, BENNY f- A .Q fi? Aff I Q .V gf 7 1 I I 11' I y n Q25 I , , TINO, SHARON Nw -1 IT',, W' ,I TIRuMs, ANDY I, TOBEY, CHERYL . I " I ,Q I I ,Mr f 11 '-EI 454yIy 3 YfL, TOMLINSON, JAMES I I TORASSO, KAY IL,I li' ,, j f TOwNsEND, ANN ' f 'I "I' " ' f , , ,V,', 'ff Qff4 I ,?w, VANCAVAGEI JOSEPH 5159 J VANDERPOEL, RALPH ' ,,TT I 'WR T IV ' ,,,, ,V , A.- , 7 fv , 4 A , V f, ,I I V, ,, X fm! .Mr 4, , f W., ,, , .rv 1, VIZENOR, SUSAN , I . Q WAGNER, ROGER ALLEN f EW ' , PM fsfqa wAHOLEK,aONNIE WZ, j 5: 4 4 'Q 4 fg',', f. I .1 I " 162 ,,1,.. 4 M., , ' 'I Q 4 M553 - ' f if ' . f '4,1'1:'r .,., H2557 7 'f ' r gg f,,, Y' , 5 251 ,Lf '--I ' '. 12-To w 3 ., ' 1 EW , .1-4 'If I -I K, ,, 1 Q ,, ,,., ,. V - I J ,ii 'L 7,5 ,WY , ,fgfmy ,:f,,y-"1 ,Z ,V+ fe 7 1,- f , ff 1 J " ,M .. .A 5 H .I Z5 7'i5??yf"'3"k , . A ,., ,V Wm? . c I 'Q , 557 ' ', 'am M-5 3 ww, z A' f L f' " Ay., f w ,f nf ,fi 4 gn ,K , , I Qc 5, ' yn 5 ,. , Av ln, ya' ' 4, ff" 1 ,447 J va- - ,IWW 'ff f " !"'+ ,I ff, ,ag , -.' ,v f" , fx ' f , -' wg ' ,J W f fx f Z A! fx gf! ,M fc I gf Y 5' , .AV N f -.raw I V7 Q 'Wy - Av -- ,-M ,I 'I' Im, f WAUGH, SHARON I 'ALKER, DONALD 'iL ALLACE, THOMAS WEBER, VIRGINIA WEGMAN, WAYNE WELBOURN, MARY WENCK, BRIAN WERNER, LAWRENCE WESTER, BURTON WIGGINS, DAVID WIGGINS, NAOMI WILLIAMS, DAVID WILSON, BILLIE WILSON, MARY WILSON, PHYLLIS WORTENDYKE, EARL WRAY, ARDEN WRIGHT, NANCY WALTER, LESLEE WARREN, JOHN WEAVER, HOWARD WELDON, SUE WELLS, DAVID WELLS, TIMOTHY WHITE, DEWEY WHITEHEAD, LANA WHITLOCK, BILLIE WILLIAMS, HELEN WILLIAMS, MIMI WILLIAMS, VIRGINIA WINSTON, DAVID WINTER, JOSEPH WISE, CONSTANCE ZAMOW, SUSAN ZEIGLER, CHARLES ZEWADSKI, WILLIAM 4 ,f,, .x p ig. I f u bi V .,, W .. S. 415 ' ' I ' ' I ',", ' f ,, .W I5 - V.-any f V ,ng,,,i , , Af 1 I M ,,LI WI' 'LL, , fflju CQ, Q B, . A 11 ,V 1 , . , ,. , I, , , if '3 3.'1" " ,' L -. -wr C . .. ., . ,N ,, Q ig' .N Ni 1 Q 1 ..,. I vw A x ' V, .Wa-Qfkr rjiy I il : , Q sm, KN L2,M,9, Q, K L if we Eafiff , C , vs. Q Q TAA ffwf .T If A W V , If I1 Q I 1' - ' ' . 1 6 , 1 ,XA . , ., V , Ei :-xv . A .. N3 ,Is ji' V. 1 , i 3' H? f. Page One Hundred Fouryegn The Sophomore Class Float-First Pluce in the Homecoming Parade, - la Cla eerleadey- sg gi mQ, Y'1 LEFT TO RIGHT: Phyllis Wilson, Janice Hiney, Meg Gresh, Mary Jane Mariin, Colleen Siolley. 50,211 omvre ' Top Sixteen ,jzf .2 ,fa Z I Ml ,- 1 .JW sri 1 lv " is W V w.,,fQ,fq, , M, X If FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Sandi Neuendorf, Phyllis Wilson, Jill SECOND ROW: CMissingI Larry Bowyer, Jim Larson, Bill Baynard, Akins, Carole Pelcker, Judy Bond, Toni Buck, Barbara McCormick, Wade Harringion, Richard Codding, John Hoffman, Allen Goirher, Meg Greshl Joe LeHeIIeir. Page One Hundred Fifteen 1 9-Q :rg 1. Ji! M. . 4w:3 2 W P' 14' f 1 , ,J 54 K nf A2 U l' J I, ' Q L' 1 ,gg 13" , fa if Iv' I , "fri I L' V? '2 'Yau 5113: F" 'W'-. '- ijQ:7ff ' Liz' V rg N u M, ny ,, . 1. K - ' 1, ' num W ,, 1 9, , W, ,Q 4 'assume f- mn 1, an ,V '51 f 'f v . JQQV5 51 X f 4 " f ' f f , f ff . Q ll:'4M'lP'lnnw 5.2 , S T U D E N T C O A ' I cf' ' " . f kir i' ifisibgf is f X .I gl , J, A I., uv .V , V ,iz 'Q 1 1 . . N., ,.,..w, . , I ."" T s -C PRESIDENT A 5 -"'-I Ed Amley g . gy ' . , R '." E EE, vicE-PRESIDENT ,BWV f Bob Thomas rift? SECRETARY Celest Loetfler .:"7 -is1:1:e5wa:32'g.-'Z 'EEZ 'RW' . y . . . y R 5 I .I cs T Q , ...xl Left to Right: SOPHOMORE COUNCILMEN, Frank Cook and John Hoffman fnot picturedj, SENIOR COUNCILMEN, Randy Collony and Audrey Siess, JUNIOR COUNCILMEN, John Korp and Debbie Snow. 'rtflh ,Gwyn J - 4 -- i,,.,,. , COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN: Audrey Siess, Bob Thomas, Karen Glendenning. MISSING: Calvin Adams, Randy Collony, Elaine Ehrlich. S W TREASURER Robert Amley my g PARLIAMENTARIAN Barbara Cooper The Student Council, the governing body of the school, lists many impressive achievements for the year, beginning with its annual "Get Acquainted" Dance. The council acted as hosts for the district convention. A cafeteria committee was formed to study the lunch programs of other schools and compare their programs to ours. The committee re- commendations included a new method of service which would give all students a choice of meats, vegetables, and deserts. Work was begun on a schoolwide project of bringing a foreign student to Northeast. The new policy of having a weekly slogan placed in every homeroom was begun. Along with its regular work with clubs, grounds, and school spirit, the Student Council has had a very busy and profitable year. MR- CRUM MISS STAMPER CF i I .Q S E N I O R S 'lst Row, L. to R.: Karen Glendenning, Barbara Cooper, Audrey Siess, Ruth Merrit, Elaine Ehrlich, 2nd Row: Kent Newton, Calvin Adams, Randy Collony, Steve Buzash, Gordon Stager, Bill Rossley, Howard Isaacs. .,,4 . yi -qv Ist Row, L. to R.: Martha Wilson, Sharon Hoover, Cissie Cooper, Mickey O'Neil, Jane Russel, Terry Phillips. 2nd Row: Peachy Bennett, Tracy Stiles, Mary McClure, Mike Buenzli, Debbie Snow, Dean Hovey. 3rd Row: Larry Douglas, John Korp, Bob Thomas, Richard Grant, Jim Heilbron, Bill Kennedy. S O P H O M O R E S Ist Row, L. to R.: Vera Buckner, Janice Hiney, Beverly Josephson, Ann Skiles, Betty Fruth, Susan Zanow. 2nd Row: Bill Driskell, Buddy Rogers, Mary Jane Martin, Meg Gresh, Sandi Neundorf, Nancy Ammon, Liz Culler, Martha Bond, 3rcl Row: Frank Cook, Ed Olsen, Pete Lewis. Ken Jensen, Earl Wortendyke, Virginia Webber, Ann Faulkenberg. . -J J U N I 0 R S Page One Hundred Nineteen BE . in Q 'lst Row, L. to R.: 'ffm Oscar Steehler, Tim Potter, Tom Ogden, Bill Kennedy. 3rd Row: Charles Voigt, John Dunne, Bill Thomas, Bob DeLay, Allan Max 07747 W"'W7ff9,., , .. L ,j!,ff,f- 1 ff 71' 2 fn f KEY CLUB The Key Club is an international service club sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of St. Petersburg. The club's objectives are Zfiwmjni developing leadership and initiative, learning to work to- gether, serving the community and school, and preparing for a useful citizenship. ,ff'f. , XA K L 1 The service activities of the Key Club included helping the guidance department, sponsoring career conferences, helping the Student Council with their convention, and distributing 'Qi . food to needy families at Christmas. U KN, 'Ml f . 7 ... f , f F mf' 4 f L . fy f 4 f , ff f f f , ,. , ,ff ' ' 7 , ,y 1 f , , 7 X 4 f I 4 9477 f 4 ,X , , X A XZ! f f LY. SPONSOR Mr. Adicks f ici, V v, sas W " 'it 5193 2 - s f ' s K ,T ' si Q. 'f f 5- - si 5 f if j s . , .1 5 A , 4 if lf . i ,P 4 ' :. , l I V. V' :- '- . x ,rs . ' -v-- A T -e, age Om- Huiirlif-il lwf-ii Left to Right: Secretary, Calvin Adams, Vice-President, Lynwood Mullins- President John Quarles, Treasurer, Mike Walton. L lf Ed Amley, Calvin Adams, John Quarles, Lynwood Mullins, Mike Walton, Pat Beal. 2nd Row: Peter Kersker, Eddie Green ni-Q ,tl -X... 4 ,,,"" -, A -a , 0 -Q. 'if-., we , ,Y g . 4- .-.z. , KLM dxf' I The winning car in the Homecoming Parade-for the third consecutive year, this K E Y C LU B will K The Key Club's main money raising project is the Tl '57 A 1' ' V 1 selling of popcorn at ball games. The club owns prix, R V T gg its own popcorn machine and uses the profits S ' "9 rx made during the year tor its gifts to the school and , N F community. X - Q. 2 rw Q 5, The club's main social event of the school term is the annual "Fall Fantasy" held at the Bath Club this year. The last activity of the year is always the Parent Appreciation Banquet. -1 4.44 U Q ne, M .n - EX., K W "S,-.,,-1' ' 'K . T wgw isf' ' ' ' W .y mgsv ' ' , if., X "QQ if t 4, " ,f J 'fi n -sw? x fir - - - , f i-tv ' W. I -N V . t '31 h Q -- ,Q AQ.- an ' I. ' s-- 1, - 7-r . ' vQ'I5iff.J " v.,,w'9fl9g5f'A5im.',7 . " ' A ,., -. .,.. W - I . , LQQ. Q- J -KN -sm. Fw 551.1-'ig," x . :s,k,g' Q . ,' 1.1 gg-T Key Club members deliver baskets of food to the needy ot Christmas. The "Fall Fantasy" at the Bath Club. Page One Hundred Twenty-One Q lst Row, l.. to R.: Barbara Nunn, Diane Cuccinello, Gloria Swango, Sharon De Lauder, Nancy Morgan, Pam Moore, JoAnn Cuda, Shirley Smith 2nd Row: Charlene Held, Debbie Snow, Shelc Garner, Mary Lee McClure, Jackie Peters, Betty Dees, Carol Swenson, Dianne Gregory, Mel inda McKenzie, Carol Hudson. ,if'?f?'-ft ' V if digi t W 'I .:.. ' . H ,rv -l lg ,V i'f'f"7, w K I 1' . f' 'JW , i 4 7 A v ,,,, f ,.,, , i SPONSOR Mrs. Adams 191: Um, l'lUltflll'fl lwr-my lvvo ,, ,,.,, r, Q5 KEYETTE CLUB The Keyette Club, a Sinawik sponsored organi- zation, has the following objectives: to help build the home, school, and community, to serve the nation and God, and to co-operate with the Key Club. Some activities have been entering ci car in the homecoming parade with the Key Club and plac- ing a Nativity scene on the roof of the auditorium. TKT' E vt-, nqunn--- ut Row: VicefPr0sidcnt-Sharon Dc-Lauder, Presidont'Nc1ncy Morgang Secrelqry-Pqm oore 2nd Row. Chaplain Diane Cuccmcll Trgqgurc-GI ' 5 - ' I ' : C Secretary'Melinda McKenzie. O I crm wqngo Orresponclmg I av f . .fi-. , ,.. ll"l"' ll'l'7 llll Ill.-In ink ll'-1" ll"1'9 .fi I777 llll lvl' . 2 if 'lst Row, L. to R.: Carol Braun, Karlee Holzheimer, Eleanor Stoclcy, Sandy Henry, Frances Holmelin, Mickey O'Neil, Tracy Stiles. 2nd Row: Barbara Barnes, Linda Price, Marion Oppy, Nancy Haines, Terry Phillips, Barbara Clark. 3rd Row: Erma Thomas, Barbara Cooper, Linda Stumpff, Cissle Cooper, Elsie O'Berry, Margaret Shiels, Mary Chambers. ROJAN CLUB Founded in 1956 by the Rotary Anns, the Roian Club has tried, through its twelve objectives, to give service to the school and community. This year the club has helped organize another Roian Club, given a mother and daughter banquet, and collected food and clothing for the needy. 55 'N-an 'h ig' X ff!! if X 2.0 lst Row, L. to R.: Vice President-Terry Phillips, Corresponding Secretary-Elsie O'Berry, President-Sandy Henry, Recording Secretary-Eleanor Stoclcey. 2nd Row: Treasurer- Tracy Stiles: Chaplain-Linda Stumpff, Parliamentarian-Frances Holmelin. , mm SPONSOR Mrs. Fannin Page Che Hundred Twentyflhree lst Row Corresponding Secretary- George Hieber Recording Secretary- Bob Bichel President-Carl Kiebler. 9 7 2nd Vice President Jim Taylor. 2nd Row lst Vice President-Richard Grant Sergeant-al-Arms-Jim Heilk- bron Treasurer-Doug Law. riff 'lst Row L to R.: Bob Bickel, John Simon, Bob Thomas, Brian Frid, Jim Heilbron Carl Kielber Duane Bowyer David Whitaker Neil Waters 2nd Row Jim Taylor, Mike Netzloff, Robert Koch, Robert Zaiser, Larry Steinlauf Jennings Campbell George Hieber Tom Payne 3rd Row Steve Baldwin Doug Law, Richard Grant. WHEEL CLUB By serving their school and community, the young men of the Wheel Club complete the purpose of the organization. One of the services to the community was the annual help in the Goodwill Drive. Service to the school has been the purchase of fans for several rooms, stage equipment, clocks and mir- rors for the gymnasium, K :- Page One Hundred Twentyfour Members of VT "ai-.ff Y' x Ax is --ds. its Y I: 1 the club keep a close watch on the treasure-r's books. 'ie ,VU , Q Y ' f' 1,,z'-.Iii WHEEL CLUB The club also gave a contribution to the track and plaques to outstanding members of the football team. The sales of Christmas trees, the "Bus Stop Bop," and the Key and Wheel Club "Fall Fantasy" were the money-raising projects for the year. Profit from these activities was used to serve the school. The Wheel Club sells trees every Christmas. Kmkw 5, What's Cooking? Panthers, naturally! Page One Hundred Twenty-Five I i 0 QE 2 lst Row, I.. to R.: Rick Porter, Ed Root, Wayne Adams, Gordon Stager, Dennis Driscoll, George Kramer, David Krumwiede. 2nd Row: John Pfister, Ron Johnson, Karl Nousianen, Sanford Frazier, Dick Gourley, Bill Reid, Sid Jackson. 3rd Row: Bill Miller, Jim Andringa. Fred Brown. JUNIQR CIVITAN , ,i 1 y ,qv SPONSOR Mr. Williams 'M The Civitcin Club ot Northeast, junior counterparts of the senior club, strives for better citizenship and increased integrity M among not only its members, but also the community. X -- r- l J-1 -gy N I lst Rovr, I.. to R.: Secretary-Dennis Driscoll, President-Paul Dietrich, Treasurer-Gordon Stage-r. 2nd Row: Vice President-Rick Porter, Lt. LiovcrnorAGeorga Kramer, Page One Hundred Twenty-Six ...f bww. A 'X t 1 .4 I 5 1 fr l li l A meeting of the bored members? JUNIOR CIVITAN z 1 . 1 1 .,,, 'P ' ,K '- l ' V A-H if M ' , , -Q , . ' his ,-,mi :aff f-7 'wif 1 H41 ' r QQQQ4 - 4 44 1,: - K 1'1- cu f ' 4:74 , , I sf,f-, e s f' y Fil' f ,1' ,f.,, , f 5 ,X fx-wi E':E:x f-9l','fPdf,' f' 2 to , f .lv , y 3 fu K f 2 4. 2 , ., , H f , eff.. l . , . ,zw4,,,f,M, , WW Vw, f 37 . ' ' ,, 3 Q lZf:,L7.6ff-ff-' I r ,, ,, Fruitcake sales raise money for school proiec fs. 1 'LJKJ l ' vn u on E5 ' . ,lata , ,, .. ig' rfiv f ff fp fl A, l A X x ' Q61 ,,5,z2 , H' 1, "Nehi" watches over all home basketball games, The Junior Civitan members sell fruitcake at Christmas to raise money for proiects, such as the painting of "Nehi" for the gym. The "Beachcomber's Ball" is an annual pres- entation ofthe club. Page One Hundred Twenty-Seven I i ist Row, L. to R.: Audrey Siess, Betty lngold, Leslie Yerrington, June McClendon, Karyl Dunkle, Linda McCutcheon, Carol Griesinger, Susan Knisely, Barbara Oxley. 2nd Row: Jane Ryon, Carol Spannagol, Donna Davidson, Grace Amend, Ingrid Dworok, Sandra Roos, Melanie Newman, Elaine Nunn, Marilyn Rogers, Eileen Goodman, Jon Eyman, Sharon Hoover, 3rd Row: Thelma Hutchernn, Patsy Hardin, Jeanne Pentecost, Kent Hobbs, Margaret Dick, Joyce Jones, Valerie Sargeant, Diane Birth, Gayle Purdue, Karen Glendinning. Civinettes, an organization sponsored by Civitan International, has as its major ob- jective the building ot better citizenship through service to the school and commun- ity. Some ot the activities in which the club has participated are the collection of tickets at football games, sole of soft drinks, and the maintenance of bulletin boards in the halls. fffff , ,f f ff X f f f ffl! 7 'M- Mf X sy X is fx fff pf! If ff X' f fffyz k Mft -s. hw .r 4 , 3' 1 2 ' . in Q I iff' 11, ' 5' 't7W'm5 , 'fa ,Z 6 , W .,,,, V I , .X f4 SPONSOR Miss Chambers Pgge One l"lLmdrr-r,l lwuritf Eight ' 4 --J! A I IM " . .li--cd""'Xuu-......... Ist Row: ltvroicling Sbcri-iroy'Botty lngold, vga- p,0,gd0,,,,jU,.,,, My Clenddon: pmsidem, Audfct' SIPSSJ Treasure: Ealm-n Goodman, 'Znd Row: Sorgoont-at-Arms,Soncly Roosr ihaprn Sharon Hoovi-I, Corresponding Socwtuiy-Karon Glondinningg Historian-Sue msc y. CIVINETTE CLUB Qgu--nf O ill: xxx XXQ f . W W 51 A caged panlher for homecoming. With the proceeds from the sale of Clax- ton fruitcake, the girls have given over six hundred dollars to fhe track fund, an an- nual fifty-dollar scholarship to a Junior Col- lege student, and one hundred dollars to the library. ,N ln The spring of each year The club sponsors Twirp Week, climaxing a year of good fellowship and service. 'ww ul' 4925 K How many pounds of fruifcake would you like? C : I N E t : IB Twirp Week: fhe girl works. Page One Hundred Twenty-Nine ,Z 1, O ist Row, L. to R.: Craig Haskell, Howard Isaacs, Joe Dombroski, Joe Hood, Ken Sink, Bernie Kehler, Bob Loeber. 2nd Row: Dick Oppel, Bob Combs, Roy Gibson, Charles Bearce, Art Wilson, Bob Counts, Randy Collony. 3rd Row: Don Anderson, Archie McKinnis, Peter DeWitt, Art Hoffman, Bob Lawson. flrf y li'rl f i i J U N I C R E X C H A N G E C LU B f SPONSOR Mr. Merck pw. r The Junior Exchange Club, which is spon' sored by the Exchange Club of St. Peters- burg, is a national service club. The club cooperates with the senior Exchange Club in all of its projects and carries out the principles of "Unity for Service." Jin- Huruf.lrf:fl thirty lf-M Y rx fc -xxv V95 X4 A' lst Row: Treasurer,Ker. Sink, Secretary-Richard Capel: President-.loe Hood, Vice President-Joe Dombroski. 2nd Row: l.S C.C., Randy Collony, Sr. Board, Bob Loeberg JI: Boarcl-Bob Combs, l.C.C.-Bernie Kehler, f rffffpl 'X K .Ah X XS ,-..,, 1 'ff' 4 5 5 l 0 f' S "'- .-4 f X ix P 'r 'E 14 ' ls there any further business? Jursuoia EXCHANGE CLUB s 'Rv fs, ' if ' lxt QI' 4 , f " i . , 'V . 2.351 x B At v n flf- -,4 .' 7 1 5 'a., I' ,581 ,yr . 5 vi N x 1. .," f- 5 EA I , wx , iL,.Q,",?,M:-,tw L V i in-: gm 7 --ff' r ' . 'Hum ""' E51- -i?""4 -m e JJ 2 - '- i + 1. 1 11 FR'-Q1-z.7'-in-"K"-'-QSC' . Q ' " . 57' .ff -f ....-A . V 'ffvi -4 , 5 'X .",:' A .ev :La jf.. .f,- r-. ' '. f i V5f.fgga2g3Zffr14fK 3 , Q l' '51 -1 " i I-e 27 ' x ,.ffZt,,:9P31-.. - . ff-rvfu of ,, '-1-, gy., ..-.-':ag:w.,:,i f. ,sg f . if ' T511 :i i d A " 4 .- , , . , ,C ti A I n.l . f..- .4 . . .. ' .v.c ' . , Y , . 'F' The sale of Christmas trees is the main money- , V raising proiect. f K ix is 'fbxxxxx x X X Xlsxlx 2 3 -1 ll si f will The club gave the school a camera to use to film athletic events. ln cooperation with the Wheel Club, Junior Exchange members sell Christmas trees to raise money for proiects throughout the year. Among contributions to the school are a camera tor the athletic department, a pro- jector for the science department, fence around the tennis courts. and o Page Coe Hundred Thirty-One O I-ma-I lst Row L. to R.: Pat Rice, Sandy Harrison, Rita Frank, Jane Russell, Kathy Phillippi, KGHWY Wl19lPleYf Anne Burke, ZOE l'l0PPe"- 2nd ROW? Elaine Erhlich Pat Reynolds Linda Nelson, Sharon Freshwater, CUf0lYn l'li"eYf -lane' ROY' KUHY Ewins, 50"'dY SPVUQUE- 3rd ROW: Chris Fleming LaRayne Kerlin, Susan Swift, Betty Leedy, Marilyn Murphy, Shirley Graham, Lucy Hackett, Sue Cushing, Nano Riley. ANCHOR CLUB ' Y Z Q- s fra' 1 f lst Row: Vice President, Shirley Graham, President, Kathy Phillipip Treasurer, Cathy Whelply. 2nd Row: Corresponding Secretary, Chris Fleming, Chaplain, laRnyne Kerling Recording Secrefary, Elaine Erhlich. Page One Hundred Thirty-Two The Anchor Club, one of our fine girls' service clubs, is sponsored by the Pilot Inter' notional of St. Petersburg. Combining pleasure and work, the An- chor girls cooperate with different organi- zations giving service to both the school and community. SPONSOR Miss Brown Decorating for a dance is hard work Some ot the club's activities include work- ing at the Christmas toy shop, the tuber- culosis unit, and the March of Dimes drive- The club presents an annual variety show ot the Crippled Children's Hospital and awards the outstanding senior girl at North- east with a piece of luggage. awww iii -3 .4 'M' 1 A r Collectin g the money is the most enioyable port of a dance. 1, V ,, 'NA2 5 W ' ,am "'i O 5 jx. .ill Q 145.gif Q i . ' ' L 'lst Row, L. to R.: Susan Woodruff, Patsy Hardin, Carol Gressinger, Joyce Caya, Mary Kuhns, Barbara Hood, Rita Salliotte, Jackie Swenning- son, Linda Holly, Peggy Walter, Hazel Thimons. 2nd Row: Susie Shultz, Gloria Swango, Sandi Oxley, Kay Miller, Phyllis Wilson, Pat Frederick, Linda Burger, Toni Buck, Marcia Jones, Nano Riley. 3rd Row: Barbara Cooper, Rita Frank, Charlotte Parker, Sue Bidclleman, Barbara Oxley, Linda Price, Judy DeAngelo, Barbara Nunn, Barbara Grimm, Valerie Sargeant, Ginger Lane. 4th Row: Carol Adams, Anna Pargal, Linda Byrd, Carlo Roderick, Diane Cobler, Ellen Pace, Becky Hood, Sandy Neundorf, Harriet McCrary. TRI-HI-Y .xx . K A penny a vote for Queen Page One Hundred Thirty-Four T. 9 6' 7 V L... 4-.jx -N-au3..,?Nxk lst Row, L. to R.: Treasurer, Barbara Nunn, Secretary Gloria Be-achtp President, Gloria Swangai Vice President, Sandi Oxley. 'Znd Row: Historian, Peggy Walters, Sergeani at Arms, Valerie Sargeant, Chaplain, Jan Eyman. The Tri-Hi-Y Club, sponsored by the Y.W.C.A., is a girls' club with the aims of promoting character, leadership, and friendship among all people. It provides Christian fel- lowship for all girls in the school. ssl, I In "fl It ff' Ira, i Nw, me rl .il lsf Row, l.. lo R.: Beverly Hamrick, Sally Milchell, Lynn Chako, Barbara Holzhammer, linda Jelic, Donna Siegrisl, Jackie Harnish, Virginia Faull, Beverly Faull. 2nd Row: Mary Morrison, Cassie Sands, Gerry Salinas, Sharon Hunt, Shirley Smilh, Joanne Cuda, Carol Nohrvn, Jan Eyman, Jo Dell Shockley. 3rd Row: Kaly Ewins, Jean McGlothin, Donna Davidson, Karlee Holfzhcimcr, Grace Amend, lris Fincher, Gail Loll, Carli-v Mifchell, Diane Morgan. 41h Row: Gundy Carrigan, Mary Love, Margie Smith, Polly Smilh, Jeanne Pcnlccost, Gloria Bcachl, Eileen S1-nge-r, Frances Ames, Charlolle Davis. Bury the Panthersl Annual proiects of the club include the "Snowman's Bounce" and The Homecoming parade float. Delegates are sent each year to the conference for Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y mem- bers. TRI-HI-Y FV' A 5 1 ,Xu 1 S w ' .1 V1 I 3' i I. . I K 2, y ' 'H--ww?" is W iff, " ' fJ '1f7"f5'w"i'.b 1 ' W :2, . 1,. 217: E . .1 -.1 ' 5 I ,Q 1 ff' -J.. I ,mn A "Frosty," for the "5nowman's Bounce Page Qrie Huridfecl Thirty If A JZ. lst Row, L. to R.: Dave Mclnerny, James Galasso, John Yancy, Art Wilson, Eddy Roberts, Bob Browning, Dennis Shea, Bob Combs, LeRoy Kramer. 2nd Row: Sandy Fraizer, Dan Myers, Craig Dickenson, law rence Day, Gordon Stager, Wayne Adams, Larry Bassett, John Costello, David Krumwiede. 3rd Row: Steve Woodward, John Geddings, Dick Isaacs, George Ruccavado, Dick Gourley, Bill Hilton, Ray Muncy, Bill Reid. 4th Row: Steve Green, John Moser, Mike Moiocchi, Roger La rson, Steve Polk, Pa-ul Dietrich, Dennis Driscoll, Jim Taylor, Kent New- ton. 5th Row: Bill LaBrant, Jack Polk, Gary Munn, Bob Michaelis, Ron LaMott, John Spidell, Don Palmer, George Kramer, Jim Spidell, Stan HI-Y The purpose of the Hi-Y Club is to promote good spirit and fellowship among the members and the school. Projects 40' of the club include the "Snowman's Bounce," and helping 5 with the annual Pancake Jamboree. Polk. .,,,-.-.f-dxf Av SPONSOR Mr. Granger l 4.4 - P l ' , , W ,,,,. lst Row, L. to R.: Secretary, Paul Dietrich, Treasurer, Dennis Driscoll Prosislvnt Cvovqr Klum , . . . ' ' f ' ' 1' , Vice-President, .lim Taylor. Qnrl Row: Sergeanls at Arms, Jack Polk, Gary Munn Cliuimluin M'k - Maiocchi. I l ' ' K Pqgff One Hurldmcl 'llnrlf-'nr U li' K ,ri 5 . 'WP I i fifr,,iri gif -rw r, 'lst Row, l. to R.: Adonah Griffin, Kathy Nourse, Barbara Rich, Helen Ball, Susan Polly, Diane Mueller, Elaine Malin, Betsy Diorlato. Qnrl Row: Patsy Reynolds, Donna Mueller, Lucy Rice, Barbara Grieve, Carole Hudson, Jo Ann Sutter, Carol Swenson, Rose Mary Rscaro. 4 f1"9' ff? Y-SERVICE CLUB The purposes of the Y-Service Club are to foster an interest in the Y.W.C.A., to be of service to the community and school, and to promote higher ideals of friendship among the students of Northeast. The Club's main project is the selling of potato chips to send delegates to the Tri-State Conference. SPONSOR Miss Muse f -- '45-me-a.....,,.v .IL 5..- . ,... sr.. - ist Row, L. to R.: Point Chairman, Helen Bally Proiect Chairman, Pat Reynolds, Vice-President, Lucy Rice, l.C.C., Carole Swenson. 2nd Row: Telephone Chairman, Barbara Rich, Social Chairman, Betsy Digdafof Publicity Chairman, Susan Polly. Page Cre Hurdred Thrr y J ri ,, --Y'-mfs e- V . wie? is pg, - 'i 1u.'Jj-0 , , , ,, 1 N.. , t ' ' 1 -fr ,J,.s were-i'z . I iw u - i f sei it " 'Ui Liu r , 1 If L ,, -,,. . , . .,,, , J, i L l - X Q, X' Q gf, T 15 ,f J . 1 A ' ,T 'fir' 5 V, jg . 3,2 g . i .mV. 1 ' fr , ,X J 5 fi ' ' P '- , . 4 - me f if P 2 "" 21, L elsif ' 'S L , , '51 if--1 - . -' pai- ' " - s Yi. Pig I si U ' -7 f 5 il f- 0 '15,-"' g ay' ..- K ff 1 1 Ak vga., i g s X '. 1 4 . L P , L F r 4 5 1. Y 4. If V, L, I jggwixx ' -s , fi - 5 . g 1 - , I ' --Q , s s is H ' f L' it F 'Q J- , .fu J 5 Q, v ,EEL .J V L AQ., ' F 'W L gf ax W ' . L Qi .ic an :fs ew LS? get - as ti ' -" ,' if lst Row, L. to R.: Dave Nofs, Sid Jackson, Mike Maiocchi, Willard Johnson, Rick DeLoach, Steve Baldwin, Art Wilson, Jim Heilbron, Howard Isaacs, David Krumwiede. 2nd Row: Jay Corron, Dick Kapocsi, Dick , J L Isaacs, Alan Vision, John Geddings, Bob Delay, Doug Veazey, Bill LaBrant, John Spidell. 3rd Row: Roger A - ,S Larson, Bill Reid, Jerry Meeks, Stan Polk, Paul Dietrich, LeRoy Kramer, Bob Cates, Ray Muncy. 4th Row: N 1 Q John O'Neil, Gary Munn, Jack Polk, Dennis Driscoll, Don Palmer, Don Anderson, George Kramer, John -'B . Quarles, Dick Gourley. fi T , p ..f ,I 541,29 V 5 li we 3215355 LETTERMAINVS CLUB F 541. SPONSOR , I Mr. Ward l I I The Letterman's Club, composed ot var- 4' ' " 'A ' " ' sity Iettermen in all sports, is concerned mainly with promoting good sportsmanship in--'M among all athletes. Other aims include pro- moting an interest in athletics and securing needed equipment. Left to Right: Sc-rgeanleat-Arms, David Krumwiodog Secretary-Treasurer, John Quarles, President Dennis Driscoll, Vice-President, Alan Vision, Page One Hundred Thirty-Eight mhfs 1 f motifs t QW y ,s, C , TONlGH'i J ll 'qui Pep signs are placed in the gym before basketball games, ,o. -Nfl .--f LETTERMAINVS CLUB 3053356 ....-nvW"'f""W ,exft Dick Bothwell draws Coach "Bear" Gunnin at the football banquet. S ww- "W" SPONSOR Mr. Gunnin Proiects of the Letterman's Club are help- ing the athletic department, working at the basketball games, setting up an accurate list of school records in varsity athletics, and working at the Athletic Boosters' Club auction. Page One Hundred Thirty-Nine B iw ' ..:s . -1 ,Ag 2' ' 9 5 ...K 4 ag. Mvial. A, i , ls? 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J . . x T 1 0 " 1 U I' ' ' Q Q 5' 3 Y' o ed 'o .5 3 D Z 4, ,,,,,.,4..,1....f. : 5 U, K. vi t 3 Q -' 'I 3' 2 2 if . , 4 1 E' f S -f. 5 5. 5 " r -S 3' 1 .S 3? 3 Q' "Pi xi A .nfwuwmv-wmwfwf 5 5' 1 . H , U 5995 .V .2 ef? Q Q ' ' 0? .1 5?-Tv, Hogg. 1251 r- H ' - 3' E' - 2 Q 5 if r e 9, 5'-2 N' ' '1 ffl: 5 V f 3 S- -. - , , V I - Q , ., - , nf, y 4 ,Af 0-s?'4 5 V V, ,i o -'T' O O 'U i - , 'X 4 .", X ,, ,,. l, fx " 3- C 2 2 1 A A . 1 3' :fri O 2 -' ,foil ' , 7 ',,,m,,',,?z,flf 51' - Q :T 5 3 3 W y , f' yank . 3 : ' , !-- 'IN 'ff-4 ' ,f V 5' Q ' 5' ,,-ff, T fwfr M. 1 0 2 N, U, A E 5, -3 C 4 , Aff, ,-AW,ylf!.Ll,,,l fi 3. I Y? Q. 0 - . fi , Rcpoilor, Frank Santy. Pqqff One Hurnflrfffl Forty 1 . . Jeux f , 'Aw' . ,J V' . f ' - ?' ' "'!P""""!?' .Hr 5, Hnwiwf ' .ii x. Q R' wx ' -. i The District Convention for 1959-60. D. C. T. Repairing typewriters requires much training I .14 J, MW We entered both cl float and a car in the homecoming pcnrode. Paige One Hundred Forty-CJ if fi! 523. . ' 2 2, r s ,mf 4374 SPONSOR Mrs. Dobbins f '4 1 ff' hf'ff5fQsy.,- 1' Q J . 5, , , VV wk if ,'v7?,,,., 0 , ' ff , , , 4,4 L f Z 1511 lst Row, L. to R.: Betty Fruth, Judy Terrell, Barbara Croson, Merrilee Sf. George, Betty Bursanni, Sharon Land, Janice Parrish, Jane Rose, Shirley Vail. 2nd Row: Sally Tucker, Penny Daniels, Sally Brooks, Darlene Estes, Judy Sims, Carolyn Simpson, Bobbie McCormick, Kathy DeKoven, Ann Slciles. 3rd Row: Donna Gray, Karen Miller, Judy Gibson, Sharon Wough, Susan Gregory, Elaine Malin, Jeanne Hayes, Barbara Conley, Virginia Webber. 4th Row: Mary Englebert, Sharon Lozier, Vera Buchner, Mary Kraus, Judy Bond. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA SPONSOR Mrs. Hoffman .li Q I 0 . . tv. 4 1 ,gig Among the eight alms of the Future y ' ,J Homemakers of America are promoting in- ternational good will, furthering interest in home economics, and providing wholesome group and individual recreation. The club, made up of all the girls who take home economics courses, works to prepare its members for the places they will have to take in the world ofthe future. 'lst Row, l.. to R.: Secretary, Barbara Hood, Vice-President, Many Kuhns, President, Carolyn Watkins, Vice-Presidenl'Projccls, Diane Charesl, Treasurer, Valerie Sargeant. 2nd Row: Panliamc-ntarian, Penny Daniels, I.C.C., Margie Kendel, Councy Council, Sharon Folsom, Historian, Mary Love, County Council, Kitty Kendall, Vice President Public Relations, Nancy McKenzie. 'S .4 N' fe 3 . 'WM V fz . ' .e f law' - if ' w. -. Q N . Brel? ' i K ', e ' ' I l ' I xi r i, lsl Row, L. lo R.: Sandy Ericson, Sally Milchell, Tonia Barrow, Carol Roderick, Barbara l l l Crismond, Judy Baker, Donna Domohourski, Joan Hiley, Bonnie O'Connor. 2nd Row: Linda .lelicl-1, Sandy Neuendorf, Jean Allen, Nancy McKenzie, Lynn Beclel, Marcia Crain, Nancy Russell, Carol Pneuman, Belly Malhis. 3rd Row: Pal McCall, Susan Kezk, Roslyn Eron, June Durham, Elizabelh Wells, Killy Kendall, Donna Goss, Sue Bailey, , Mary Boura. 4lh Row: Lee Harrison, Linda Burger, Carolyn Clark, Judy Semmons, Iro Shellon, Slephanie Grahm, Cynlhia Morrissey, Linda Brown, Joanne Taylor. 5lh 'li 'ff F . Row: Marina Barry, Chris Chambers, Yelive Ke Navorra, Jaan Davis, Marlha Farmer, Judy Dodd, Mary Jane Marlin, Marlha Bond. J be sn i ff 6 as 9 , Wifi m ILJ 1+-" Leclures and demon- slralions are an im- porlanl par! of home economics. isl Row, L. lo R.: Barbara Hood, Belh Bennell, Diane Charesl, Elaine Taur, Carolyn Watkins, Mary Kuhns, Jackie Sweningson, Gerry Salinas, Valeria Sargeanl. 2nd Row: Pal Carroll, Nancy Norris, .loan Dilker, Diana Parker, Bonnie Hayes, Karen Friocelli, Sandy Coffman, Lucy Bicesli, Carol Marler, Pal Carroll. 3rd Row: Rila Salliolle, Pam Spenser, Sharon Folsom, Becky Hood, Janice Hiney, Mary Love, Kathy Kelly, Margie Kendall, Pam Obermeyer, Judy Bennett. Alh Row: Ellen Rooks, Pam Moore, Carol Adams, Carol Bowling, lsabel Keehn, Jo Ganl, Margarel Fulmer, Melanie Quigg, Bonnie Waholek. 5lh Row: Dee Hovey, P01 Shaeffer, Candy Jones, Joan Robertson, Sharon Hunl, Jean McGlolhin, Linda Pye, Nancy Wrighl. Page One Hundred Farly-Three 6 T4 Tst Row, L. to R.: Ann Skiles, Barbara Thomas, Marilyn Rogers, Jeri Reddish, Eilene Woods, Shirley Smith, Ruth Merrit, Joanne Cuda, Betty Fruth. 2nd Row: Dianne Woods, Roberta Plank, Martha Wilson, Charles Hunt, Mary Cressy, Rosemary Polcaro, Mary Chambers, Marsha Evans. 3rd Row: Dean Kerr, Pat Carroll, Sharron Calder, Chris Chambers, Elloween Drennon, Elena Morris, Celeste Loefller, Shirley Graham. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS 14? V X R: as ST t ,A Q 5 . ii SPO N SO R 5 P Misc Simons I l The purposes of the F.B.L.A. are to develop busi l ' ness leadership, improve school and community re --Q Iations, develop character, and participate in organ E. V , ized social and recreational activities. ' The club sells voodoo dolls as a source of income. The annual homecoming float and Christmas bas kets for the needy highlight each year. lst Row, L. to R.: VicofPrc-siclont, Martha Wilson, President, Mary Cressy, Treasurer, Mary Chombvrs. 2nd Row: Reporters, Ruth Morrill, Chuck Hunt, Secretary, Cvlltsgo LOOHIP,-I Pqqg One Hundred Forty-Four "'l nv . rf, lst Row, L. to R.: Ruth Bedford, Eleanor Staclxy, Susan Roesch, Susan Myrie, Lorrie De Napoli, Nancy Graves, Eleanor Cason, Frances Lawson, Janet Cherry. 2nd Row: Cheryl Conant, Caryl Reynolds, Susan Bidlc-man, Charlene Carlin, Barbara Grieve, Jane Heisur, Ali-xis Miller, Sheila Garner, Frances Holmelin. 3rd Row: Drone Kerr, Dee Hovey, Sharon Waugh, Sandi Neucndorf, Margaret Branson, Emily Strickland, Linda Brown, Pat Cooper, Kay Torasso. 4th Row: Carole Brown, Sandra Erickson, Karen Andrews, Sandy Henry, linda Slumptl, Hariett McCary, Linda Ehrlich, Janet Roesch, Diana Jordan, Sandra Jordan, Mary Ann Vanderwerl. FUTURE NURSES V fluffy MWF' SPONSOR Mrs. Fannin Q i 3 .V 5, ,f : , E, ,tr W ' Y I 1 ' F Q9 . 5 'll + V X ,yy 7 'I 44 :N ez ' The purpose of the Future Nurses Club is to acquaint high school students with nursing and other health careers. This is accomplished through talks, discussions, movies, demonstrations, and field trips. The members of the club obtain practical ex- perience in their hospital duty at both Mound Park and the Crippled Children's Hospital. lst Row, L. to R.: Treasurer, Sandy Erickson, 2nd Vice President, Carol Braun, President, Linda Stumpftg 'lst Vice-President, Sandy Henry, Secretary, Barbara Clark. 2nd Row: Point Keeper, Ruth Bedford, Reporter, Dee Hoveyg Chaplain, Frances Holmelin. Page One Hundred Forty-Five ' 4 mga lllll lillr 'rrr V .-.s , L, 4-6-6 -5 "M r+++ Q I r we rrrr " 2 ' ' , ,,, . . rl ,- Hx f I f - ' J 14 ' fi fw lst Row, L. to R.: Martha Bond, Jane Ann Cordes, Carol Day, Mary Jane Martin, Katherine Kendall, Candy Jones. 2nd Row: Dianne Kelley, Carole Ables, Caryl Ann Reynolds, Buddy Rogers, Mike Lawrence, Bill Driskeli, Bill Zewadski. 3rd Row: Barbara Comley, Marcia Crain, Nancy Wright, Pam Spencer, Barry Stone, James Smith, Robbie Amley. 4th Row: Buddy Wortendyke, Paul Dell, Bill Cooper, Richard Washa- bouch, Bill Bclynard. SPONSOR Mrs. Bennett The Latina Societas Club has the pur pose of developing an interest in ancient Rome, a knowledge of mythology, and an awareness of the Latins in the world of today. LATINA SOCIETAS LE CIRCLE FRANCIAS V r" 7 I SPONSOR Mr, Dardenne ,ew V The obiect of this club is to stimulate an J ' J interest in the study of French. Projects - , 1 .L 'Qi' -I- for the year include the adoption of a French orphan. ' llst ROW, bl.. to Dvane Kelly, Jane Corrles, Judy Bond, Doreen Dutchcr, Elaine Howland Valerie Sargeant Linda JIlIClK,.LIl'ldO Fast, Sally Palmer, Ellen Roolms. 2nd Row: Jane Deng Barbara tllollenheimer lmi Cl10lf0, M0rIlyr1 Murphy, Nano Rilc-r, Elloweon Drc-nnon, Donna Hofeditzl Cassandra Bidcllemanl Myar Decker, Rosemary Polcaro. 3rd Row: Janice Prescott, Bonnie Waholek, Sharon DeLauder, Barbara Grim, Clair: lt1GnilrlK!eGldsjiI1i:li' Tll?e:i1hThIr?LiOlMgllY' Nici Thlboull' susan P0llY, Eleanor Casan, 4th Row' -l-Ulm le'Wl"95f Sth Ro 1 P I 6 H AF cr' on, rucc- lllicnthal, James Taylor, Robert Thomas, Bonnie Tidd, Susan Keck. Page One Hundred Forty-Six W GU 9 f an Gaither, John Adams, James Gagnon, Robert Ga0t7, Dean Hovey, Margaret Brien. , r ,. .. twilvi y O 5 X . N . Q fu" 7 - 1 3 z 1 l 1 . 'Eff f M535 s 'ai t as , 4. 1 fyyfvi' 'lst Row, L. to R.: Bob Bickel, Grace Amend, Connie Utter, Elaine Malin, Peter Kersker. 2nd Row: David Walker, Wade Yeaklo, John Henderson, Peter DeWitt, Bill Parks, David Jenkins. JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE 'S ii ' lg f ,vfiiff il .. Members prepare Latin valentines. a ,xx . . ,Q .IVV Jn i If V .. F I i Sf' - 'i ' T f fl L A 5 .ru or Left to Right: Vice-President, Grace Amend, Presi- dent, Peter Kersker, Treasurer, Elaine Malen. The S.P.Q.R. chapter of the National Junior Classical League is composed of stu- dents taking advanced Latin. The club seeks to develop an added interest in ancient Rome, a knowledge ot classical mythology, and an awareness of the influence of Latin culture upon the contemporary world. SPONSOR: Mrs. Bennett. Page One Hundred Forty'Seven 9 1 ff f W7 21,1 ff 1, V ,ZX AJ, '1 SPONSOR Miss Wiggin 'Ist Row, L. to R.: Susan Swift, Jeanne Penecost, Donna Davidson, Lynnette Cdubendef, NCU10 RHQYI. JUN EYn'lCln, Susan Woodruff. 2nd Row: Diane Birth, Betsy Diodato, Bob Combs, Wayne AdGmS, JCIHG RUSSell, CUf0l G"'eS""9e"- 3"Cl Row: Bill Kennedy, Eugene Boeglin, Lynwood Mullins, Robert Bonnette, Ken Sink. 1 I. 1 ex 3 1 LOS QUIXCDTES . , ,,, . ' Left to Right: President, Sue Woodruff, Vice-President, Wayne Adams, Secretary-Treasurer, Susan Swift. Page One Hundred Fortyelfight ls f if Translate this please. 1 The purpose ot the Los Quixotes is to promote interest in the study of the Spanish people and their culture. This is achieved by having outside speakers X30 show films, slides, and the like to the group. conversation is in Spanish during the meetings. A spring trip to a S ' h enioyed by all. panis restaurant in Tampa was f li .. Ol do HJ '43, 5173 419- 'Huw wife! F 91 'f 'Q .N aa" 'lst Row, L. to R.: Mary Lee McClure, Frances Lawson, Ginger Lane, Sharon Hoover, Nancy Russell, Janet Sherman, Eilene Singer, Karyl Dunkle, Terry Phillips. 2nd Row: Elsie O'Berry, Pat Rice, Pat Reynolds, Carol Bazizh, Ruth Adams, Beth Curcl, Cherry Jerome, Patty Henderson, Meg Gresh, Judy D'Angelo. 3rd Row: Betty Leedy, Joanne ff Bralcher, Pam Binkley, Betty Dees, Joyce Jones, Sherry Story, Janice Hiney, Carol Day, Karen Glendenning, Cal 5 Broyvn, David Swanson. 41h Row: Cherry Bower, Kay Miller, Phyllis Wilson, Bob Jackson, Fred Hale, John Fraser, ' Mimi Williams, Charlotte Parker, Tom Wallace. 5th Row: Bernie Kehler, Frank Kirk, John Hoffman, Rick Day, Larry Bowyer. " 'Y SPONSOR Mrs. Shrum Los DONADQRES 4 fy ' E72 as Q' e f A s ,: ww Mya iff? ,',! 7 4 W ,. V 'ii F- X5 S X 5 we N ww-xswwx Nm E if 5, X ?j f Discussions and lectures are often held. 0 I Z The aim of ll'lS l.OS DOFIGKJOVSS is to Left to Right: President, Terry Phillips, Secretaiy- lUFll19l' the lf1l6I'eSl in 5pC1l'll5h Customs Clnd Treasurer, Mary Lee McClure. Missing: Vice-President, culture. The club donates equipment to the Spanish classes each year. Ed Amley. Page One Hundred Forty-Nine K f r it A' 1.- , ig, ,,A,, ,. , fi 3.- w ,- If A P' A? . "4 , ,x - 2 ff , r ,K A f 4 3, I 1 fe 1 f fu-f :Wil 'mlm' ,. , .. . ,J ' 5 ""1!" ,. . ' L 4- git? 2 lst Row, I.. to R.: Eleanor Stocky, David Jenkins, Barbara C lark, Gordon Stager, Shirley Graham, Connie Utter, Sandy Roos, Audrey Siess. 2nd Row: Calvin Adams, Tom Payne, Jim White, Sandy Harrison, Betty lngold, Carolyn Hiney, John Quarles, Celeste Loetfler, Mike Netzloff. 3rd Row: Barbara Cooper, Evelyn Hockett, Sandy Henry, Linda Stumpff, Carole Swenson, Gloria Swango, Carol Spanna gel, William Parks, Peter DeWitt. 4th Row: Paul Dietrich, Ed Amley, Steve Baldwin, Bill Thomas, John Simon, Ed Salz man, George Heiber, Randy Collany. 5th Row: Carol Wood, Jane Driscoll, Barbara Barnes, Pat Cooper, Melinda McKenzie, Zoe Hooper, Doris Topkin, A 'J .,, My, W' Z A. S P O N S O R Miss Overholt: 1 Pulp ,VVI 3 3 S if ' 5, ,f if f51f,'V'j T .L Proiect money is raised through donut sales. , Q . ' if The Viking chapter of the National Hon- 1 1 J or Society was established to encourage 'N I high-level scholarship, to promote tar-reach- V ing leadership, to recognize worthy charac- yjffiv V ter traits, and to create or desire to render ,',, . lm. r"f '4'CrJf- ' service where needed. . rf J This year the Club has contributed ser- ' ' h vices and gifts to rest home patients. - , lst Row, L. to R.: Secretary, Sandy Roos, President, Barbara Clarky Vice- Pmslflunlf Gordon SffHJ0fr Troasurvr, Shirley Graham. 2nd Row: Historian, Connie Utter, Pcirliamuntarian, David Walker, Page Une Hurrclred Filly fn L 1, iz: ' 1 2 ll 11 , 1. 1 . LJ f 5 ' LJ L4 bf ' 5. , P r W5 Q . 6.3 'f 'Ar-f ? A l "fiat "N,i'sLC:, 5 f I Y i ' iff' 'lst Row, L. to R.: Sandi Oxley, Chris Fleming, Ann Burke, Bob Loeber, Carolyn Hiney, John Quarles. Yncl Row: Jane I Deeg, Marilyn Rogers, Eleanor Sensinger, Marion Ribitzki, Marcia Jones, Patsy Hardin, Eileen S1-ngur. 3rd Row: , HW' Donna Gray, Belly lngolcl, Charlene Carlin, Edna Swopc, Jean Pentecost, Barbara Nunn Gloria Swango, Sue Swift, . L . r AJ, g 'vii' 4"-fdlf I W N iz., S ., Y .Z J ff SPONSOR Mr. Jenkins OUILL AND SCROLL Left to Right: Vice-President, An ne Burkep President, Bob Loeber, Secretary, Chris Fleming: Treasurer, Sandi Oxley. s , 4 , lx ,'-VVt V . ,r In ,, I J f' Lew f W L, . 1, w i 9 i' f X ' Y f f ' 1- f f 1 I y , W! 1 f 14 A O 9 f 5 f f A 1 N , f' ,Cc W ' f, fms: vw., L., :ff i ,, ff Twig K l , 1 'A 1 . if 4 , ,W E Pep tags are sold before games. The purpose of the Quill and Scroll Club is to provide training in all parts of Jour- nalism. The members of the club are on the stcitt of the NOR'EASTER, the VIKING LOG, and SOUNDINGS. The club's annual pro- iect is to send delegates to the Florida Scholastic Press Association convention. Page One Hundred Fifty-One 4 If , hal I r ,jf si' 7' ff? 5 I v 5 'lst Row, L. to R.: William Drypolcher, Craig Haskell, David Whitaker, Mike Netzloft, Bob Zaiser, Bob Lawson. 2nd Row: Henry Berg, Bill Kennedy, Tommy James, Richard Grant, Ed Green, John Korp, Larry Douglas. SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING SPONSOR Mr. Swan Wmu"""""---...,, ff 7 'OXVV if . 'Wiz fl iff Zflwfdl flgyf.. 6 I 'ww ' Members carry out many experiments with the cIub's sound equipment. Page One Hundred Filtyelwo The purpose of the Science and Engi- neering Club is to promote interest in the field of science. Aid is gladly provided to science Fair entrants. To cater to specific interests, the club is divided into sub-seo tions ot physics, chemistry, and mathematics. X. il ....4h'- Le-It to Right: President, David Whitaker, Vice-President, Mike NPIIIOII: 50C'l'lGlYTl0CISUI'L'I, Craig Haslwllg Homecoming Float Clmitnman, Bolt Znisui, ., K 1 .T x .gefwsfs ure-f si Q 4 f A 2 S . . '- l N, A 1 ff 'J . . V' e . if h X it pc ,5 f .. Q 1 ,A ,. - 2. is if f. as s . . ' A4 f ' L44 I V if' I 1 , ' Q' s M QE . ' S' ,A 3 i f Q--. 4? sf C l , r l 5 f X ' T' i T .- i fig f V , V . , 1 ' I ' , lst Row, L. to R.: Jean McClintock, Florence Onderdonk, Billy Sue Stacy, Evelyn Hockett, Susan Knisely, Bernice Kirsch, r Anita Locke, Charles Voigt. 2nd Row: Skip Pittman, Chuck Poust, Ron Ader, Archie McKinnis, Dick Berry, Will Herkimer, s x, Ray Hodge. .E yy .Af -sf - KEYNQTERS Mr. Beeman The Keynoters club is for those students who like and enioy music. The club was organized to establish ci better apprecia- tion of music. The Keynoters worked along with the bancl in its money raising pro- iects tor the trip to Washington. l i Another of the beautiful l96O sports cars in the homecoming parade. ! l Q .. Q gi . R 1., ky Q . .Av yi ' T . 1 '-.s Q . ,.,, A .Q 'lst Row, L. to R.: President, Chuck Poustg Vice-President, Ron Aderp Secretary, Susan Kniselyg Treasurer, Charles Voigt. Page C'-i Hurt' E' ee nm f if rf M we wi . 4-67775 Fm -- ,':,:'f+'1'fmfw,..,, I L VF f ' - ,"' X 'I "g7Q.f,2HY' W. 'W' '. 27 .35 rr. ' H ft S , I Q, l :?"2"2tMg : V g .f t - f ' ' ' 2, ff: L-1 1 . r. 215' "M ' . .Y f ., . lst Row, L. to R.: Linda White, Marilyn Murphy, Evon Berry, Mary Lou Mack, Connie Hammond, Margaret Dick, Linda Arnold. 2nd Row: Barbara Barnes, Joy Patterson, Everett Rice, Benny Terry, Tom Ogden, Sl-'SCN T0Yl0I', Carolyn DUVQY' S? f, Z .. y - - - . r l ' l , 5 1 , 1 1 " A 1 , 1 t t ' 1 f 5 , X l lst Row, L. to R.: Vice-President, Marilyn Murphy, President, Connie Hammond, Secretary, Margaret Dick, 2nd Row: Porli' amentarian, Linda White, Reporter, Tom Ogdcn, and Historian Mary Lou Mack. 1 The Library Club membership consists ot students who work at least one period every day in the library. The club develops leadership, poise, and responsibility in the student assistants. The Library Club contrib- utes to the school by servicing the library and promoting student interest in books. Page One Hundred tilty-Four if hi SPONSOR Miss Lanpheor LIBRARY CLUB Q25 THE Lu N .1 of ii t J' L 'L - TU ' Club mambnrs "Stamp thu Panthers." l U1 . 19 .5 'r , lst Row, L. io R.: Erma Thomas, Carol Chatlield, Sue Bailey, Joan Cannon, Shcilia Garner, .li-anne Pr-ntr-cost, Donna V' ' Davidson, Jan Eyman. 2nd Row: Lucy Rico, Betty Albritton, Joyce Reinhardt, Sue Swilt, Linda Dani'-ls, Cissii- Coop:-r, . - Sandy Henry, Sue Schaffer, Barbara Cooper, Janet Seymore. x os 'CMM N, i ,H it M4 0'-f x fu .rs I SPONSOR . Q Miss Tyler f - g d b 0 d b 0 . . ,,,, , , M b ,MM N In Mummy V .K w Q x Q 'lst Row, L. to R.: Vice-President, Cissie Cooper, Treasurer, Sue A 'Q my Schaffer: President, Barbara Cooper, Secretary, Sandy Henry. Q59 2nd Row: Devotional Chairman, Erma Thomas, Sergeant-at-Arn-is, "H-ff -we ww.,-fws: ew., ,A H Linda Daniels, l.C.C., Jean Pentecost. ng we The Girls' Athletic Association promotes l 15. girls' athletic activities and contributes to the V , Alr, development of high ideals. Each month its X . . . . . igggii ' members engage in some activity which is not offered at school. These include swim- ming, water skiing, horse back riding, roller skating, bowling, and camping. The association renders service to the physical education department by officiating Aren't you Q little old for that, girls? at games and purchasing necessary equip- ment for the sports program. Page One Hundred Fiityllzive milf? 'B mg 531: 5 mai lst Row, l.. to R.: Barbara Barnes, Elaine Faux, Evon Berry, Carolyn Davey, Janice Parrish, Ruth Wilder, Linda Miner. 2nd Row: William Rossely, Lois Ramsey, Tony Zeoli, James Gagnon, Robert Minor, Fred Archer, David Jones. ,, ff , ,H af, SPONSOR Miss Hostler The purpose of the Future Teach- ers Club is to bring together stu- dents who are interested in the teaching profession. The club also aims to interest others in teaching as a career. It participates in Ob- servance Day, National Education Week, and the homecoming par- ade. HIV! il ll Sl ,H 7 SPONSOR Mr . Hostetler The aim of the Social Studies Club is to present to the students of the school more information and a better understanding of the world. Afternoon and evening meetings are held, with discussions on ques- tions ofthe day in world affairs. SOCIAL STUDIES FUTURE TEACHERS Z?i5Q'fr4,k H. X XX N. ' 35' ANR., .Zgi.'.gyfi'l A I A spy' W . i H4 , l . 1 lst Row, L, to R.: Carolyn Borich, Rita Salliollc, Stevie Graham Puqqy Fulmcr Sand MO I D 1 M ,H Kandce Biddlr-man Cvingcr Lani- 2nd Row' Daring C055 I R R - I Y W Y O mul . ' H 1 , Mary Scan, L-C-lin G lr A 5 A H,k Pmnnic- Waholc-lc, Glenda Haley, Graco Ann-ml, Linda Slriclilin, Judy Docldi 0 lwoo I mon kc I 'f 'A I . : g U I I if 'I . T 17 I 1 ' , . z' . . . 'M-, , 5 f 5 5 , VQIH 5, 7 .19 1 if r SPONSOR ' 4 Tw, ' Mr. Adicks S. 1 , 'V I I' ' The purpose of the Creative Writ- W 2 , I ing Club is to promote an interest ,. in students to do creative writing. The club also provides the mem- ber with a knowledge of the mech- anics of writing through practice and teaching. l XC Le,t to Right: Lois Ramsey, Sandy Roos, Jennings Campbell, Chris Fleming, Ronnie Johnson. CREATIVE WRITING AUDIO - VISUAL milf i -355 C ITXIQ saint? W C C 9 . . . -N-32' 'ZWZY N Cf if ' ,C eq 2 , 7' 3 is 5: , C.,C1',. i Q I C Ist Row, L. to RC: Jim Raleigh, David Vaugh, Bob Lawson, Erich John Simon, David Thrumston, Rodney Sconyers, Paul King. Huber, Bob Craft, Larry Counts. 2nd Row: '?'w. SPONSOR Mrs. Meoders The interests of the Audio-Visual Club lie in the use of projectors, sound equipment, tape recorders, and similar equipment. Much ex- perimenting is done to create new and interesting effects. Page One Hundred Fifty-Seven 3 g, fy xo Q in -Gwyn 3 Xllpff -Q 4 'lst Row, L. to R.: Brenda Raines, Susan Schultz, Sally Palmer, Judy Barnes, Erma Thomas, Jackie Peters, Margaret Shiels, Bob , ..-- 'i 4, Christmas. 2nd Row: Ken Sink, Arthur Lang, Lucy Rice, Lois Ramsey, Connie Hammond, .lacquelin Stacey, Ruth Owen, Jett Ni:hols I G iii: Walter Chase. -.fi -fmt' SPONSOR Mr. Fink 1 2 is , E 5,2 ' J A il 0 ,eff l fi E sa . l ' Q X - , V. A ' 4,6 . .. W L fs, ,, 7 1-ef N 4 ,L 755- F I 5 t 4 A f 4 7 Liv ,-1 V fi" X i .4 0 f arms t p p xx J , XJ A, A If A s . Ld., . L Q Left to Right: Secretary, Connie Hammond, President, Ji-tl Nichols, Vice-President, Judy Barnes. The purpose of the Photo Arts Club is to develop a better appreciation of photography and art work in its members. The club has various activities during the year with art projects and field trips high on the list. 73 " Riff ll Members oi the Photo Ants Club paint tlw Civitan s Viking. 5 f In in 1. i ' 1 l 3 ,f 6 2 f if V nfl it , ,V ist Row, L. to R.: Barbara Constant, Sheila Chase, Edna Probst, Carol Simpson, Diane Tillis, Diane Charest, Linda White, Shirley Vail. 2nd Row: .lo Ann Bratcher, Sandra Kimming, Joan Roberts, Mary Scott, Carolyn Davey, Martha Farmer, Audrey Ziaski, Marion Opey. 3rd Row: Robert Nixon, Benny Terry, John Niven, Kenny Richards, John Dunne. YOUTH FELLOWSHIP s -va, 4 4 ,l . l ij rl, Q l I N l -1 ,. Q '41 Z Cx - as 4, TW A ,fri M it 4. 1, -om' ' 'Q I i .1 X SPONSOR Mrs. Webster Q f 5 We x V if . Q... P '--r'e 'fffx ' ' OFFICERS .rr"r-r Q re' P 1 - ' .--- ist Row, L. to R.: Secretary, Linda Whitey ist Vice-Presi. .... ..... . .1 ..... . i t W is Members lead the school in morning devotions. dent, Violet Lundbeckp President, Barbara Constant, 2nd Vice-President, Jo Ann Bratcher. 2nd Row: Songleader, Kenny Richards, Reporter, Shirley Vail, Treasurer, John Dunne. The Youth Fellowship Club has the pur- pose of bringing Christian Teen-agers into fellowship with one another. Projects in- clude morning devotions and grace at lunch. L , 1, Wt, f, 'Ist Row, L. to R.: Sandford Frazier, John Spidell, Howard Isaacs, Craig Haskell, Alan Zaiser, Dick Isaacs, DGVICI KVUFHWISCIG, George Kramer, Don Palmer. 2nd Row: Bob Cates, Fred Hale, Steve Woodward, Wayne Adams, Bob Counts, Jim Andringa, Dick Gourley, Steve Green, Sid Jackson. 3rd Row: Don Anderson, Roger Larson, Gordon Stager, Richard Oppel, Carl Lam- brecht, Anthony Maiocchi, Alan Vision. 4th Row: Ronald La Mott, Stan Polk, Gary Mears, Larry Bassett, Bob Michaels, Steve Polk, Dennis Driscoll, John Geddings, Nick Bull. Last Row: John Moser, Jim White, Doug Law, Paul Dietrich, LeRoy Kramer, Jim Spidell, Neil Waters, Brian Frid, Mike Netzloff, Curley Martin, Clifford Anderson. SPONSOR Mr. Rowland f CAMPERS CLUB X. , 'aff - ' E uk , ff if 1 1 ... I ev.:rfw..,g,, , -,.,,,,ffEf1f , , - . i--- s 1 I I I 4- l I! There's more than one way to skin o cat. X ' 5 t - x .t ,N ,U ,, ,Q W A K 53' I. K fi-t Ii' 1 X .4 - g 'N The Comper's Club is a new club this year, formed 'to promote an interest in outdoor living, especially camping. The club sponsors many activi- ties such as bowling, boating, and camping. ......,. A g OFFICERS Ist Row, L. Io R.: Socrvt P . ' - ' I ' Srpsrflljlk SKI JUCIHSOI1- 7nd Row: Svrgoant-at,Arnis, Dick Isaacs, Treasurer 0" 0' fflllftfz Si-rgcant'at'Arins, John Goddings. Not Pictured: Sergeant ul Aims, John Spimlvll and Roqor Lqfmn, Page One Hundred Sixty C"Yf H0WQrd Isaacs, President, Craig Haskell- Vice- The l.C.C. functions under the control of the Student Council, assisting the Student Council in club matters. The obiectives and duties of the l.C.C. are as follows: Inter-change ideas between the various clubs. Discuss problems ot the clubs. Set up a calandar of extra- curricular activities. Promote worthwhile, com- petitive interest among the clubs. Grant charters to all or- ganized clubs. lst Row, L. to R.: Sandi Oxley, June McClendon, Jeanne Pentecost, Grace Amend, Lynn Chako, Jan Hiney, Judy Barnes, Terry Phillips. 2ncl Row: Jo Ann Bratcher, Marilyn Murphey, Cissie Cooper, Martha Wilson, Sharon Delauder, Dianne Chaurest, Shirley Graham, Dot Mantell. 3rd Row: Ritchie Grant, Bob Thomas, Ed Amley, Connie Utter, Carol Braun, Candy Jones, Lucy Wright, Margie Kindell, Mary Englebert. 4th Row: Fred Archer, Lynwood Mullins, Joe Dombrowslci, Ronnie Ater, David Whitaker, Rick Porter, Gordon Stager, Wayne Adams. INTER CLUB COUNCIL The Northeast division of the Junior Red Cross, sponsor- ed by the local Red Cross chapter, has the ideals of cle- veloping character and lead- ership in the members by giv- ing them an opportunity to participate in projects such as helping at the Crippled Children's Hospital and op- erating telephone switch boards. JR. RED CROSS 'lst Row, L. to R.: Rita Saliote, Jeanne Pentecost, Elaine Howland, Louann DeCreasie, Kathy DeKoven, Janice Millsap, Marcia Jones, Nancy Graves. 2nd Row: Carleen Held, Carol Banick, Sheila Chase, Carol Day, DOHFIG GVCIYI FUY Sensinger, Kathy Kelley, Connie Hammond, Barbara Thomas, Dianne McGlougl1iI't, -lGfl'CfAAVl'5- 3"d ROWT B0'bo'U Kelly, Lynn Chako, Barbara Holzhammer, Linda Holton, Sue Chushman, Katy Ewlns, Virginia Webber,'Sue Weldon, Naomi Wiggins, Lindo Minor. 4th Row: Ginger Lane, Carol Braun, Pam ObeYm9Ye'f NUMY W"'9l"f Dmne G'e90'Yf Pat Rice, Jill Akins, Betty Mathis, Sue Rush. Page One Hundred Sixty-One Sal H ASTEH. .' NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL Q 41 ::'j K 3 if T .1 U f Q i .br v K MEM 9 my as 'C SX M , Q, Q ,, ij , is A 1 . 'iff V1 i F if Q M - ., .1 , .,,, i . fffi- 2 . . 3 QM! ,,. ,A H 2 W. wwf ie x '-----'M J 4 A W , if X F lt 'lst Row, L. to R.: Anne Burke, Peachy Bennett, Gloria Swango, Patsy Hardin, Carolyn Hiney, Eileen Senger, Frances Ames, -Chris Flem d D'A l B b Nunn Sandi Oxley Gundy Carrigan Melanie Newman, ing. 2nd Row: Diane Hagen, Charlotte Parker, Nano Riley, Ju y nge o, ar ara , , , lynn Chaka, Adonah Griffin, Helen Fitch, Donna Gray. 3rd Row: John Jennings, Fred Hale, Mllce Mlaocchl, Ronnie Mason, Bill Rosse y, Tom Bellino, Cliff Anderson, Rex Welch, John Geddings, Dove Kru mwiede. The Nor'easter, traditionally always on the spot when something happens, upheld the high standards of previous years by giving the students of Northeast a complete coverage of news, sports, and tea- tures throughout the 1959-1960 school year. To the usual high quality, Editor-in-Chief Carolyn Hiney added many new ideas, such as increas- ing the size of the pages and using a new, modern name plate, to make this year's Nor'easter the best in the school's history. Congratu- lations to Carolyn and her staff for giving us a paper we can all be proud to call our own-the Nor'easter. Nw C i axis P X' ' ' w ., .'i i A +1 1 . .W F 22 i 'g g' 4 f , 1 s T . 2 .rii 'E .r,, , . EDITORAIN-CHIEF I V Wg .igg 4 .gr-P .K Carolyn Hiney V N A s rs ifaiiif' tl R, if -Q ' 9 . C ad sl, , 5,4 ,BW ip.. . I -, X fi.. 'KM 'Cty .5 'l x " ' l A ,, if ADVISOR Page One Hundred Sixty-Two Mi Paul Jonlxins . 3 I - - - - - - . no IM fa t O Q Q 4 ' n' is ggi , , Ay Interviewing . . 6 ,g if 4, . V . . .Q g 1 Writing . . K V i N -ami W O Typing . . . . Lx . . . HMS . Counting and distributing Copyreading . funn- . MW. ..,M.,w.uw.w.4Q..,. - Tj, Checking the gcilleys . . Billing Making the dummy The Fino! 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KV ' 1, -Vw Vg . - ' 5 't as-?,4 fy r ,F ", -M ., - 'Q41 -,111 A g. V. , ' K VfiQv"" ,1,,,Q,.,NU r , 4 V 'V f r 4 4 ' , ,, , "' ' ' ,.,' 1 , ,-f-vw-f""' .1 Q ., ll , I 2.5, in , , . -V" i 'K ' ,. 9- - , V-4 -. 'V ,s K V , ,1' : ix' 3 . ,' 4": ,. -,..,1,f:- r'4?'g, 1-. . ' -, f , "1 ,V.,AV:. , 1" f - - r' L 5 - it ,Af 'V if 5 5 K 1 ' s ' 4 f ,5 Q f 4 . fa - . , ,V 5 H - Q -' ff, - V " . X V , 1 f .. ' f 5 ' i . - Q tx M , y I . h 5, 'lst Row, L. to R.: Mimi Williams, Sue Swift, Jeanne Pentecost, John Quarles, Zoe Hopper, Diana Richard Briggs, Gordon Stager, Wayne Adams, Sandi Oxley, Kathy Jackson, Marilynn Rogers. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF John Quarles Page One Hundred Sixty-Four VlKH4C3 Renn, Charlene Carlen. 2nd Row: Sherry Story, Marc UDC5- i966 For the first time in the school's history, the VIKING LOG for 1960 comes to you in color. The staff has worked hard to make this the best yearbook yet. As you look through the pages of the LOG, pay attention to the new ideas: a three-color cover, color pictures, spot color, fold-out pages, short pages, run- ning headlines, and so many other new features. Look carefully at the photo- graphs. Check the layouts. Study the planning. We know you will enioy the book and agree with us when we say, "This is Northeast's finest." ADVISOR Mr. Paul Jenkins . '4- Editor-in-Chief Advisor Business Manager Assistant Editors STAFF John Quarles Mr. Jenkins Wayne Adams Sports Sandi Oxley, Gordon Stages Classes Activities Faculty Literary Photography Zoe Hoppe: Marcia Jones Clmrlvm- Carlcn Paul Dietrich Walter Chase Craig Haskell ia Jones LITERARY: Sue Swiff, Paul Die1rich 7-uw ' H- dar' if 3:- 41" ..,,,. rx- 'J ff I BUSINESS: Jeanne Penfecosi, Wayne Adams fewjf "Marv-asvdrfil V X H. "' ff" , vp' , I, fxf ' ir, if J Y KJQQQ' ' ' .ff -' ' ,..,f Vkfff-T ELA Y f,!,.,-f SPORTS: Sandi Oxley, Larry Bassef, Gordon Stage: I I I, , 5' Q , 1 X I 3 u x ,. 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Susan Knisely, Evelyn Hackett, Randy Collany, Rick Porter, Dave Janet Kilburn, Trudy Caldwell, Billie Sue SYGCEY, Anifv Locke. Bev BGFCIGY. Walker Mike Vetter, James Pittman, David Whitaker. 2nd Row: Susan Douglas DeWitt. 5th Row: Ben Dorsey, Larry Bowyer, Bill Fuerst, Charles Zanowl Bev Holland, Sue Gregory, Dot Mantell, Lora Miller, Margaret Voigt, James Strickland, Buddy Hucks, Will Herkimer, Bruce Lillienthal, Kal Brion, ,Linda Brown, Violet Lindbeck, Diane Haddon, Joyce Jones, Kristie Nousiainen, Bill Broderick, Ray Hodges, Charles Evans, Robert Strickland, Wilson, Florence Onderdonk, Sharon La Grand, Sharon Waugh, Cheryl Peter DeWitt, Peter Kersker, William Gamel, David Williams, Tom Bellino, Conant, Cheryl Tober, Margaret Fulmer, Mr. Beeman. 3rd Row: Emily Duane Bowyer, Richard Berry. 6th Row: Dale Morgan, Paul Ni::um, Joel Strickland, Joan Robertson, Lynn Ellerman, Sue Bailey, Carol Chatfield, Squires, Dean Hovey, Don McCrimmon, John Dunne, Carl Kiebler, Arthur Sharon Hoover, Carolyn Clark, Bernice Kirsch, Sandra Macfarlane, Joan Zoellner, David Jones, Charles Poust, Kieth Laird, Archie McKinnis, Larry Canon, Carol Alfonso, Jeanne McClintock, Collen Stolley, Jack Swift. 4th Heckerd, Calvin Adams, Ronald Johnson, George Jump, Bruce Mitchell, Row: Linda Harrington, Diana Jordan, Sharon Hunt, Myla Harman, La Tony Zeoli. NORTHEAST VIKING BAND fitx The H2-member Viking Band planned several new activities this year, but first and foremost was the Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D. C. All the band's funds were directed toward tl1iS trip, and, as a result, the Scarlet and Cream group seemed to do very little on any other proiects. However, the band gave a concert and entered contests in which the ensemble pulled through with its usual high success. trgjfi- .,, , A. 'H Usa' OFFICERS lst Row, L. to R.: Eleanor Stockey, 2nd Lt. Girls, Sue Knisely, Scribe, Evelyn Hozkctl, Quartermaster, Sandy Henry, Librarian, Linda Stumpff, Head Maiorette, 2nd Row: Mike Vetter, 2nd Lt. Boys, David Whitaker, Drum Maior, Randy Collany, Band Captain, Skip Pittman, Junior Drum Major, Rick Porter, lst Lt. Boys, David Walker, Sergf-fmt of Details. ,, 4 4-. ' f xv F' 4 , , , 9 , 1 X l l x 'Q Y xy Q . ,, S., S' f , f y if 1' if ,.. , s E at Q7 ' I gf QKW92' " ft ,S if 9 f 1 6 V Q 4 R 5 ' fV f W , .1 , :ff v WI f 1, , , ,aff M f ' Z Q ff X, 'Betty Leedy LaRayne Kerlin 'Beverly Barclay, Cheryl Conant i i 1, Q 11? HU- , V- 24' , V, A, Iv: QA: blvllcll. ls. ppm rf --E' W B i, , T: l e -L' ' '- Q.,-, --A Nu. -' W A .2 .- ,J-X '.1l?f'.. 'R ,Q ,.4 . M, 1 ,A ,-.I ,:2i,-- .. 5' ,: -- . . V' 1 ' -9' it f. ls ., ,- -Yi, 'intl' mv -'1ACM"l ' l ",. ' uxwuk' o JR' '-hailhi .txwdlf Left to Right: Cheryl Conant, Myla Harmon, la Rayne Kerlin, Susan Swift, Linda Stumpff, Betty Leedy, Sharon Hunt, Beverly Barclay. MAJORETTES Giving a spark of glamour to the Viking Band is the 1959-1960 maiorette corps, nine lovely twirlers. These girls, chosen on the basis of grace, personality, appearance, and twirling ability, have performed at all functions involving the Northeast Marching Band. While maintaining positions of partici- pating bandsmen, the maiorettes have de- veloped their twirling skills to an extent which earned them the rank of "superior" in the district and state contests. 'Elsie O'Berry, Susan Swift X EM , , ' ' ag, 4 W4-mf ' 55 , ' 1 ff. J ew :I 'I c .J im. 'Head Maiorette Linda Stumpff E 5 , I ' 1 . X I 1 Wi," 543 P ,f f f - wifi pw , Y t ,2 19 f gl' s we .vm ..4f"- 4 'Sharon Hunt, Myla Harman 'Pi-wie 'Ire Hundred Sixty Seven 4 X, J g Y 3 J .ll M w l . xx " A . e. " G 2 fs . ., . sl V . ,Q .,, 3 -. v " ,1, 3 i . ...Q 1. -. ,iffy , ' . , Q , . 3 wifi? ' . . if K .: - , H if kg .-wg Mg, F .. ef f ' , g, 'L -1.6:-321.f'.,f' '5'.L.e.t - an sf . BAssEs AND sARiToNes FLUTES 'lst Row, L. to R.: Susan Swift, Carl Kiebler, Joan Robertson, Jack lsl' ROW, l-- to R-I l-lndal P"lC9f LOW Miller, Ellen Rooks, 5ClI1ClfG R00s Swift, Flo Onderdonk. 2nd Row: Larry Bowyer, William Fuerst, Ben 5l"U"0n HUNT, SUSCU' Kn'SelY- 2nd Row: Beverly l'lOllU'1d, Violet Lund Dorsey. 3rd Row: Paul Niccum, David Whitaker, Art Zoellner. beck, 5'-'San G"990"Yf DUUW3 B0WYe"f Elsie OlBe"'Yf MU"90"el CLARINETS lst Row, l.. to R.: Peter Kerslter, Diana Jordan, Coleen Stolley, Elaine Howland, Billie Sue Stacy, Linda Brown. 2nd Row: Margaret Brion, Trudy Caldwell, Janet Kilburn, Doreen Dutcher, linda Harrington. 3rd Row: Tom Bellino Cheryl Tobey, Valarie Sargeant, Douglas De-Witt, 4:14 Row: Lynn Ellerman, Sue Bailey, Janice Hummel, Rizhard Berry. 5th Row: Bill Gamel, Emily Strickland, Joan Davif, Sandra Henry, George Jump, Page One Hundred Sixty-Eight A.- l .N V' SECTIGNS The concert band is divided into several sections, com- posed ot each type of instrument and headed by a section leader who has about the same powers as the right guide during marching season. The quality of these sections de- termines the band's playing abilities, and it is through special sectional rehearsals that the band achieves the superior play- ing abilities. These sections are the band. HORNS o R.: Petr-r DeWitt, Will Hr-rlmimm, Carol Allonso, John Vottcl. ... - -' J V, V, ' I H A' Wig: QC. 'il "+f7'o' Q' ,v" - 7' fl "1 -'V Yi ff' 5, l r , -Y .II uf' 'R"v':" . ' L 4 V 1 Ice- - f is Z ,L ilr-'L-,' 5 V A , ll ll'Q' j lv' ' " S in 1 P 'an 1 4 6 I Ir' f' 7..',,y'1', 1 fr' llvu Lllf f'J ' 1 "i"'1' if fl" ' N I V K A .- fl N , fy- ..5. ,.f 1, f ' J f .f'3f,4',fff3 3, ' . .' 'A ii H J M Rf .. " l "4 . " -A X v, .4 , 1 ,. J ,. - 4- SAXOPHONES TROMBONE5 ls' Row' L' fo RJ MYlC' HUTFYIOI1, D.0I1 Manfell, Sharon Waugh, Joyce l5l ROW, L. 10 R.: La Rayne Kerlin, Anita Lozke, Bernice Kirsch Janes. Znldl Row: Dean Hovey, Bill Broderich, Sandra Macfarlane, David Walker. 2nd Row: Tony Zeoli, Buddy Huis Joel Squires. Karl Nouislanen, Don McCrimmon. Pgfer Dewffl Ron Johnson' ' ' ' CORNETS PERCUSSION lsf Row, L. To R.: John Dunne, David Jones, Richard Porter. 2nd Row: Bob Sfrickland, Jean McClintock, Joan Canon, Charles Evans. 3rd Row: Charles Voigt, David Williams, Will Herkimer, James Strickland. 41h Row: Bruce Mitchell, Bruce Lilienfhal. Taird. Ray Hodge, Randy Ccllany, ts vig is wife-JZ? , L V E D. 2 W f Z -A DOU BLE REEDS ls? Row, L. fo R.: Sharon LeGranf, Berry Leedy, Kristie Wilson, SUSGN ZUFWOW- 2nd Row: Carol Chaffield, Carolyn Clark, Sharon Hoover, Linda Sfumpff. lst Row, L. to R.: Evelyn Hockeft, Skip Pittman, Cheryl Conant. 2nd Row: Charles Pousf, Calvin Adams, Larry Hickard. 3rd Row: Dale Morgan, Archie McKinnis, Keilh Page One Hundred Sixty-Nine I 4' 'f X . S :Un pr S' ..,,, M -, .W-on V, A W 'Wk . 'Q l s A CAPPELLA lst Row, L. to R.: Donna Hofeditz, Muriel Ransom, Pam Obermeyer, Louanne DeCreasie, Carol Gaetz, Janice Parish, Pat Tempus, Jo Gant, Nancy Haines, Eileen Goodman. 2nd Row: Sandra Roos, Sue Schaeffer, Glenda Williams, Mary S:ott, Barbara Clark, Pat O'Malley, Kathy DeKoven, Jane Deeg, Celeste Loetfler, Zoe Hopper, Joy Dorman. 3rd Row: Linda Purvis, Nancy Wright, Linda Bechtel, Jerri Salinas, Diantha Dunlap, Judy Day, Bonnie Hayes, Diane Clem, Judy Schweilcert, Lois Ramsey. 4th Row: Billy Hilton, Michael Horton, Norman Harrison, Robert Koch, Paul Collins, Henry Berg, Gene Easom. 5th Row: Jim DeCreasie, Andrew Keller, Bill Rossley, Gary Munn, Ronald LaMott, Don Campbell, Jim Taylor, John Ringelspaugh. CHORAL J , game 71' 11 W p W my f . 3 5 - " V ,. V ' , . , ,ff - X, , E , A, Xl ff!! . ' a H L 3-gf A571 f" ' PC l The choral department, in its first year under the direction of Mr. Stonecipher, , enioyed a very successful season singing at 5 I concerts and assemblies throughout the school term. All tour groups, A Cappella Choir, Mixed Chorus, Boys Ensemble, and Girls Ensemble brought praise to North- east with their high quality performances. I BOYS ENSEMBLE 'lst Row, L. to R.: John Dunne, John Niven, Steve Turbee, Norman Harrison. 2nd Row: Leroy Kramer, John Kepner, Gene Vanderpool, David Hupp, John Hunt. Page One Hundred Seventy Q Y I I 4 QW V M1 1-'C MIXED CHORUS FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Iro Shelton, Linda Holly, Patty Smith, Mary Sollecito, Joanne Lipl-nam, Bobbie Jo McCormick, Naomi Wiggins, Leslie Walters. SECOND ROW: Dan Moore, Diane Striker, Diane Charrest, Karen Smith, Betty Bursani, .lean Hayes, Carol Nolwren, Joyce Wagner. 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'fb' S-551?":1 'z-259521-1+TTi5'rT?-Q hA Y'7:J7 - 1, "',.fI"'PqN-.LS-wQ'SiEQ2i'-.313 "4-':,..::+1'i "4 '.f, if ' ggzfgffgg-1g'1 xx 21 'T --'E T .1: .K f - . ,...-H' "-,4.. 1,1 -f ., - 4' , A. , . A.- .. A "" f I. ,- "f t.fr-J:f':'f3,1 E'mo7-32.1,-S, -jg wi, ff' if 1 ' I , 2, lit? 9 'Q naw ! 'X K 5 COACH WARD w' fi' 4 .ffimi ' J 1,1 ' lst Row, L. to R.: John Quarles, Jim White, George Heiber, Bob Delay, Doug Veazey, Dick Wade, Bob Ross. Rnd Row: Fred Smith Gary Munn Richard Williams, Jim Taylor, Sanford Frazier, Richard Leveritt, Ray Muncy, Lynnwood Mullins. 3rd Row: Willard Johnson, Gary Mears John Frazer, Don Foster, Dennis Driscoll, George Kramer, Carl Lambrecht, Don Anderson. 92 I ..,,. an B J yy y , ivan! Juv Coach Gunnin, Line, Coach WOYCJ, H905 Coach, and Coach Buchaus, Backfield. VARSITY FOOT BALL The Northeast Vikings of 1959, under the direction of Coaches Ward, Gunnin, and Buchaus, were a far better team than the record indicates. Led by a large group of Iettermen seniors, the team put forth the best defensive effort in the conference and proved it could move the ball with high-scoring games against Tarpon Springs and Manatee. Northeast became the first St. Petersburg team since the Western Conference began to beat Manatee, by winning over the Hurricanes 32-13. Typical of the team's fine play was the 7-O loss to conference champion Chamberlain in a great defensive battle. Vw,,,,,,.. XKO 7,5 W1 f , fff Page One Hundred Eighty-Six Clearwater forces halfback Bill Reid out of bounds on an ond sw.-r ,aw Q W L 'n 'N gf Q , 951' . - it in 1' m.-515' it H . i , CAPTAIN ooumev l 31. lst Row, L. to R.: Alan Vision, Howard Isaacs, Jack Polk, Dick Kapocsi, Bob Strickland, Bob Fichtner, Dick Gourley, Bill Reid. 2nd Row: Bob Cates, David Hupp, Bob Mitchell. Leroy Kramer, Tom Harp, Mike Maiocchi, Jim Heilbron, Roger Larson. 3rd Row: Jay Carron, Bob Thomas, Steve Wood- ward, Don Palmer, John Geddings, Jerry Bruce, David Krumwiede, Loren Bryan. i959 RECCRD PM .. 18309 'ight f? . ii' . Northeast 33 Tarpon Springs 6 ,,," ,'tV Z . ' Northeast 6 Boca Ciega 13 E ,ff Vt 1' , Northeast 0 Hillsborough 6 " , Y ff," 'l , .L Northeast 0 Chamberlain 7 1 ' .Q Northeast 7 Sarasota 0 A "i Northeast 0 St. Petersbur 7 Northeast 32 Manatee 9 13 VI' Lti' ii l1t7:1':'Lt Northeast 14 Jefferson 26 Northeqgf O Plqnf I2 Kneeling: Dave Nots, Chip Lord. Standing: Northeast Clearwater 20 Bill Miller, Sid Jackson, Head Manager. iw The always-present blocking sled. Page One Hundred Enghty-Seven v SENIOR Rough action in the Cleorwafer game JOHN GEDDING5 V- Q.,f , 2 Q., I M ,f ' 'rf M df 6 f I ISE J f , , W , A 'ii 4 X 'if I 'ff ,V .0 I l J , ,gf-'Jay' ' 'v Tackle-Hi. 6'I", Wt. 210 V GARY MUNN ALAN VISION Gvvrd-HL 6'8", Wf- 175 Guard-Ht. 5'8", wr. 170 I W i 1.1 ' A . O .: 3 . I 1 H51 "Lv-.av-x ROGER LARSON JOH Quarter Buck'-HI. 5'8", WI. I45 N QUIARLES Half BCICIQNHI. 58", Wt, 165 Page One Hundfed EIQIIW- fight W 1552 R 51:0 f 1' if M, fa wr SENIORS V ,. 4 f 7 . V 1 M Mx ff , , X7 ff 169 ' . , , , ff? ,Zff 1 'f "' CQ ',g4"2 ,jf , fi ' W ..,',fw1, 4 ' 'Q ...W ' f' ' DAVID KRUMWIEDE BILL REID Tackle-HL 51", WT- 190 Half Bock Ht 58 WT 50 Q " '.544Yiff55i' .wx - N, L, 6 2:-2 ,. as 6 W , .-. as 1 2, "i aj? ' 5- 'RJf"JfQ. X ' 1" ' A Q ,V f f ' ,U ' 9.535 'sm ' 3? 4 , 35 Af 1 R Ki '1 , RICHARD KAPOSCI Half Bock-Ht. 5'9", Wt. 160 gg 50' 2 Mm ,v,, v. ,. ., D Q, ' ,- ' 5, X 3Qf552:g3:11'f:-,s 'f ' 3 ...:,..:,:,. ' ' 1.5 V fv::e,:g1,- -.w-:1-:r sz fn ,:ss.:::-:Jas-2,551:.::w2-'- f jp Sssa:f2s:a:Is1g:f:,.:,iiiWg'-2.5'::f1-'-5' ,. RICHARD GOURLEY Full Back-Ht. 5'9", Wt. 180 SENIGRS , 4', The tension of the game is mirrored by the bench. . B A ' W ' X A ' W mfg, h 1,1-' . wkefniefxm'--,g.-ev., "IQ W ,A Q Q ln is . 2 HOWARD ISAACS Guard-Ht. 5'8", WT. 'I7O . H . , . an X vw "" JACK POLK " Center-Ht. 6', WT. 185 DON ANDERSON Tackle-Ht. ss", wf. 205 'f'fi!4f'J'1l"fi :Wm ug ., M -.qw -. T- I .,,,,.,.,,-I , ,M M"fIi..: -Qhvf A 'n-' . -I L:fff!-'l1.A:'Jj.'Q 14? Tilt". 'lf ,va ,fm i :4ff"'?? ff- 5' .ff MIKE MAIOCCHI DON PALMER Half Back-Ht. 5'11", wr. 160 End-Ht. 62", w:. 180 Fmgc Cnc Hundred Ninety Sv -,..a.s JIM WHITE GEORGE KRAMER Half Back-Ht. 5'9", Wt. 140 End-Ht. 6'1", Wt. 180 .141-sw, Pl I", , r' V I "I . 6 'I xy , . 4,2 1 Q ,VE I 1 1 , I ,f 4 A ' XI I ,J ,5 1 , 1 I ,. Q ,H-SM Q ! V " I f 'VU Vdbf' ' 'vw' 'I X ' ' 4' 1 H : . F I W M' I ff , i ' f Z ' 1 I ,, ,xgf,5MJ " I I M ,,- A 24 T' ',-'ig5'Zff2-fLLf?- ni e . -., e?.mZf1i:P 4 f 4 iigw f ff ,ff ' 1 , DENNIS DRISCOLL Center-Ht. 6'2", Wt. 185 RAY MUNCY End-Ht. 6', Wt. 150 ff fe f ,,,,,ff,,, f ,qwq ,, ,K AZ WMM, W ,,,, ,A - ' . --" f " .0 '1 , - , ,, ,, ,-ff- 1,17 W f , f , V K fw , my 4: ,f ff? ff I ' :guyz . ,,,."f':2y'j ,,yZ'w,,, " . ,,,., ., , . fig, , f af A ,V .1-if- 41.1-ff' . uf w Q .w W I :fm ff J 4 , ff f, ' ffff' if f , 4f4m' GARY MEARS Full Bock-Ht. 6'1", Wt. 180 A quick rest, then buck in the game! PNN 5 , ,Z', 4 ,. ,I df P V172 127' Q ,J 4, li ' 252 W i , 'iff p f EQZW " " ff"'-'flifv Do it this way next time!!! SENIORS ff W :fix 'L f ' f' ff ' WW ,L V W- 9, STEVE WOODWARD End-Ht. 6'2", Wt. 165 BOB CATES Guard-Ht. 5'1O", Wt. 160 if 1 A Wy fwffw I 1 Lf Q, " 34: 'E rn! . Q 4 f "" .. f' fini? f E' W1 1 im., yfff ff ,, f , ... .. . Q' S N M ,gf Q f 4,0 - W. N ff '- Z' fa' iz, ,NA mf, .f f ,, 11,4 ,M x .. . SANFORD FRAZIER Hoff Back-Ht. 5'10", Wt. 145 Page One Hundred Nuns-ty-Two N, . t.:g,,,,,!,ggm x, Va ,kfqi :li 1 A ' nwyr. f,- O V QR.-1-, ' X "1 -Q. N , ' . . ,.ee....,7 , lf ' SXQ, f, 4- I , V , a ,Ml , K. . .,-, My ..- -. -K wii-M GEORGE HIEBER Half Buck-Ht. 5'9", Wt. 140 "3 can Jlpg-sf , had POST SEASON HONORS lst Row, L. to R.: Gary Munn CAII City Honorable Mentionj, Dave Krumwiede QAII County, All City Honorable Mentionl, Dick Gourley KAII City Honorable Mentionl, Bill Reid KAII City First Teamt. 2nd Row: John Gedclingr, lAll County, All City First Teaml, Dennis Driscoll fAll City Honorable Mentionj, Don Palmer KAII City Second Toanl, George Kramer CAII County, All City First Teamt, Not Pictured: Alan Vision fAll City Honorable Mentionl. 'li J. V. FOOTBALL TEAM Ist Row, L fo R.: Couch John Granger, Richard Sauls, Larry Dillow, Richard Cotting, Dave Newton, Joe Lettelier, George Stovall. Richard Merely, Mike Hedgepgth, Jack Smith, Frank Kirk, Joe Reinhardt, Richard Sedore, Tom Tomlinson, Assistant Coach Peter Gray. 2nd Row- Clark Sayre, Randy Fisher, Charles Howard, John Dugue, Dave Norris, Dewey White, Peter Lewis, Frank Redman, Harold Sinclair, Buddy Rogers, Bai: Kaufman, Jim Larson, Cc,-I Boyee. 3rd Row: James Strickland, Bruce Smith, Wade Harrington, John Crist, Al Gettys, .lol-in Singer, ,indjf Th-,'.,, Chris Stiles, Stan Snyder Bruce Mitchell, William C00Pe'1 Ken Jenson- P' A "ew-Thr Left to Right: Louanne DeCreasie, Jim DeCreasie, Diane Cobler, Dick Isaacs, Barbara Clark, Neil Waters, Sharon Freshwater, Ed Amley, Sandi Oxley, Gordon Stager, Patsy Hardin, Steve Baldwin, Kathy Phillippi, Tim Potter. HCDMECOMING--i959 Mr. Sexton congratulates Sharon Homecoming. Page One Hundred Ninety Your on being chosen Quc-1-n ol ilu- i959 Rain, rain, rain! We'll remember the Homecoming of 1959 not only for the parade, the beautiful girls, and the thrilling game, but also for the deluge of water which fell throughout the afternoon and evening. The Vikings proved that nothing, not even the weather, could dampen their spirits. Queen Sharon Freshwater reigned regally over her lovely court while the rest of the students were busy with the parade, the game, or just watching. Beginning the festivities with the bonfire and end- ing with the homecoming dance, the hard-fought I2-O loss to Plant was the only damper on the week's activities. queen sharon and her Court IN , 1 T Q I R I I L MISS LOUANNE DeCREASlE MISS BARBARA CLARK f- fx ,ICF Ah is I I I Q QS ,Y ' if I I X I wigfp X ,, e'4't'2' , Riff 8' MISS KATHY PHILLIPPI ' MISS DIANE COBLER HER MAJESTY, MISS SHARON FRESHWATER VS K - M., J. , ,gh . -,Mai M155 SAND: OXLEY MISS PATSY HARDIN Pirqfs H, I-Imwdrn-iI Ilmery F 4 ADVISOR Miss Tyler HEAD CHEERLEADER Jeanne Pentecost Carolyn Hiney Melanie Newman Page One Hundred Ninety-Six wi g ? if QM, in lqnmaaswwnunw-wer Left to Right: Carolyn Hiney, Barbara Nunn, Jan Eyman, Melanie Newman, Penny Daniels, Ellan Pace, June McClendon, Linda McCutcheon, Judy D'Angelo, Jeanne Pentecost, VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Constantly striving to promote, imporve, and increase Northeast's school spirit were the ten varsity cheerleaders. With pep and vigor, they attended all football and basketball games where the fighting Vikings were involved. Leading cheers at the special pep assemblies before intra-city games, the cheerleaders helped raise the spirit and enthusiasm of the students to a high pitch. When busses were chartered to the away games, the yelling girls in red and white were always among the passengers. The five seniors and five juniors worked hard all season and ended the school year by acting as coaches during the training session for the girls trying out for next year's cheering squad. Ellan Pace Barbara Nunn Judy Dmngelo Y 1 lt's close . If K'-dl.. it a first down? Sometimw 'S not Sv Telwe .... 5 Sometimw , 7enAe 1 EM Short by inches! ,L 'I f """ 'N in 4- an li- 'nf' 9 ' A f . u 1 W- f. .1 K A. yew- 1 1 1' S' ' ,.-he + f Q at 4 . a 5 '. 'T 1 'W' it '!"'?'5 4 -- l qliflli :xv -FLYT ' 'L ' 4- D '3.Vv'll!l-l'!f"i 'Q -f if T it ' V 31 ,r ' 6' lx " " 1-G'-'ff' , , 'fl lt v '- " M1 iw vit ' t at -i fi 1- ' ' K- 1 " ' , Q i ' "-:girl Q--rm v 3 ,. f ' - , A 1 '- vb? V - F Q T42 tv f H " Half time during the game-A well-earned rest. The "Fighting Vikings" basketball team? Jan Eymun June Mcclendon linda McCutcheon PennY Daniels Page One Hundred Ninetyfteven Left to Right: Tom Rickner, George Kramer, Don Palmer, Steve Baldwin, Richie Grant, Don Anderson, Doug Law, Tom Fisher, .lim Andringa, Tom Payne, Skip Cutting, Jim White, Coach Beniamin. VIKING BASKETBALL I Manager Sid Jackson, Coach Lee Beniamin, Manager Fred Brown, Page One Hundred Ninetyfight The Viking Basketball team for T959-60 enioyed a very successful season, bringing Northeast the City Championship and a second place tie with Manatee in the Western Conference race. Counted out of the running several times during the season, the Vikes fought back and came within one game of the Conference Championship, with Doug Law and Don Palmer, two of the Conference's top scor- ers, Ieading the way. A trip during the Christmas holidays saw the Vikings prove their worth by beating Daytona Beach Seabreeze and Fort Lauderdale Stranahan, two Of the state's top basketball powers. The district tournament proved to be another heart- breaker, with the number one seeded Vikings losing to Boca Ciega in the semi-finals. VARSITY RECORD it e 12' NOI'II1eGSI Manatee Northeast Hillsborough Northeast Clearwater Northeast Seabreeze Northeast Stranahan Northeast Jefferson Northeast Sarasota Northeast Bishop Barry Northeast Chamberlain Northeast St. Pete Northeast Plant Northeast Boca Ciega Northeast Manatee Northeast Hillsborough Northeast Clearwater Northeast Jefferson Northeast Sarasota Northeast Chamberlain Northeast St. Pete Northeast Plant Northeast Boca Ciega Northeast Bishop Barry TOURNAMENT Northeast 49 Boca Ciega 54 N L s ft Q +V V H., 5 " - 3 "I 4, x POST SEASON HONORS Jim White CAII Conference, Honorable Mention, All City, 2nd Teamt, Doug Law KAII State, All Conference, Ist Team, All City, Ist Teamj, Don Palmer CAII Conference, 2nd Team, All City, Ist Teami. JUNIOR VARSITY FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Richard Saul, Larry Dillow, Coach Gunnin, Richard Codding, Jim Larson. SECOND ROW: Eddie Monfort, Bill Keller, Wucle Harrington, Joe Bishop, Don Foster, Robbie Amley, Ken Jensen, Steve Lindsey, Charles Giffvffl, JOIN' Costello, Bruce Smith, Randy Fisher. Just missing the .500 mark with nine wins and eleven losses, the Junior Vikes gained experience that will be invaluable to them next year. We look for- ward to seeing many of the "Bear" Gunnin coached squad on the Varsity in the Future. Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast RECORD Manatee Hillsborough Clearwater Jefferson Sarasota Bishop Barry Chamberlain St. Pete Plant Boca Ciega Manatee Hillsborough Clearwater Jefferson Sarasota Chamberlain St. Pete Plant Boca Ciega Bishop Barry Page One Hundre 51 51 68 47 28 23 40 50 57 30 49 52 67 41 29 55 44 67 39 20 dNi nety-Nine U O A DOUG LAW, Co-Captain Cutting "skips" down The court. SENIORS Chalk up two for Palmer! DON PALMER DON ANDERSON TOM RICKNER F' T 0 Hundred SENI Tom "fi ORS 'WW JIM WHITE, Co-Captain Low buckets two of hns lhnrty five points for the night. shes" out ihe ball. STEVE BALDWIN TOM PAYNE GEORGE KRAMER F 3. TWD Hundred Mr. Basketball ' Doug, Law Breaking the Western Conference scoring record with 452 points for a single season is only one of Doug Law's many achievements. His 787 points for two seasons set another re- cord. This huge point production helped Northeast to average 65.6 points per game against opponents' 60 points during 1958-59, and 71.7 points per game against opponents' 59 during 1959-60. With a total of 1,279 points, the Vikings easily led the way in Conference scoring during the 59-60 campaign. Doug showed his versitility by leading the team in another de- partment-rebounding-which is at least as important as scor- Another tap-in for 33. The Western Conference ing. He set an all time record of 38 rebounds in a single game. fThe team high is 84 for one game.1 Quite naturally, being a leading scorer, leading rebounder, and leading de- fensive player brought Doug several much deserved honors. He has been named to the All City and All Conference teams for two years in a row, and is the first Viking athlete to be named to an All State unit. Congratulations to Doug Law, Northeast's greatest basketball player. Scoring record is broken! SCORING RECORD 1959-60 SEASON 1958-59 SEASON Against Points Against Points Conference 335 Points Manatee Manatee 20 Non Conference 69 Points Hillsborough Hillsborough 25 ---- Clearwater Clearwater 40 404 Pomts Sea breeze Jefferson 18 Stranahan Sarasota 21 Jefferson Chamberlain 24 195940 SEASON Sarasota St. Pete 18 Conference 452 polms B'5h0P BUVVY Plant 29 Non Conference 72 Points Chamberlain Boca Ciega 35 St. Pete Bishop Barry 21 ---- Plant TOURNAMENT 524 Points Boca Ciega Boca Ciega I9 Two year ' ' ' 928 Pomts i ,i 7 ,F 4 ' ,, 'R 7 .3 ,- , A . , I 4 Although the 1959 graduation took most a W of the experienced players, the 1960 tennis team proved to be as good as any of f 'aff' , Northeast's previous fine teams. Working ,' , 'n it long, hard hours, the boys progressed well l -fx , 1' through the season, finishing the year on a bs ig .iff 6?f5'i6', ? '- N 'IP , Wl"""'9 'me' h v , L i 2 i, SCHEDULE !g,f,,,.. .KM X g E f ,,,f i , Februar 12 Chamberlain ,", 4 4 4 L f ' l 5 February' 19 Manatee A 4 F 5 if Q y February 26 Clearwater 1, , . ' l March 4 Sarasota ' F A ' . r March 11 St. Pete .. ' um - li N X, March Boca Clegd A J ' I g A 'W' Fu' 1 'I March 24 Plant I .2 5 3' F ' dx-5 ' '- April 8 City .Vs fix -A A April 13-14 Conference ' ix W h it 1 g X 1' " April 21-22 siaie 1 ALC: r I F, 4 FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Craig Walsh, Tommy James, Steve Hall. SECOND ROW: Slmip Guy, lorin Bry0rl, Larry Douglas, James Smith. L. 3- KN "' M i"'3 GOLF ,f ,si- un 5 H Teeing off early in February, the Viking 5 gg 1 f golf team was first among the spring sports " i 4 teams to represent Northeast. The squad ex- 2 , .li periencecl a successful year behind balanced playing and skillful coaching. XX Ness- , 5 x -. -,Evo f. -,.ff,,g, ' - -,q '.L,, , 2 l ' 1 LEFT TO RIGHT: David Lions, Bill Bvyfwfdf Ddvid Punbuff Ed A""eY' M" Jones' February February February March March March March April April April April 12 19 26 4 11 18 24 1 8 13- 14 21-22 SCHEDULE Chamberlain Manatee Clearwater Sarasota St. Pete Boca Ciega Plant Tarpon Springs City Meet Conference Meet State Meet e Two Hundred Three D , r-45 I .... .....,........-.--. . - 4--H -A- t 1 4 si Q fi its wg A lf 5, Xxx 3 .. , f T '- - A l- t Q T " A l lj, X Q A N E ' ' as X, , 'Y -, " , 's QD, ' 5 ' x'k'514 Remy ll r A xl TTA: X 1 s T- . l 5 I f 1, - , C s Xi wi ss .c A + . V 'E T J " X' .wt X . 5 2 C f , .A z . ' PQ.. lst Row. L. to R.: Larry Leitner, Ronald Smith, Ray Muncy, Bill Thomas, John Quarles, Carl Lambrecht, Bill Harvard, Rick Deloach, Andy Vizandiou. 2nd Row: Wayne Weyman, William Foster, Frank Davis, Dave Hopper, Buck McQuarry, Richard Morley, Steve Bond, Harold Sinclair. 3rd Row: Douglas DeWitt, Bruce Bauer, Russ Panzer, Frank Kirk, Jack Swift, John Rhodes. 4th Row: Steve Turbee, Robert Strickland, Alan Wheeler, Jim Brown, David Gallager, Kit Ferris. TRACK TEAM The i960 track team, loaded with outstanding sopho- more talent, started the season slowly but finished in fine form. Coaches Gray and Granger worked long and hard during the season, coaching the team on the fundamentals of track. The year was primarily one of building, and the large group of underclassmen give promise of Northeast's be- coming a maior track power in the years to come. Captain Quarles, Coach Granger, and Coach Gray. A H. Esc, Page Two Hundred Four SCHEDULE March 4-Dual meet, St. Petersburg March 'll-Four way meet, Northeast, St, Pete, Boca Ciega, Clearwater March l8-Triangular Meet, Boca Ciega, Plant, Northeast March 24-'Dual Meet, Hillsborough March 26iFlorirla Relays April l-St. Pete Relays April 8-Hillsborough Relays April I4-West Coast Meet April 2l-City Most April 26-Dual Meet, Boca Cie-ga li f' April 29-Western Conference Meet May 7-District Moet Moy Coach "Peter Gun" talks to the team. 14 -State Meet 1, . . .f Y w 5:-M' 9 sm 1 Q r 6 r, 7 ,, W!-pi t A 72 X ,,. .1- W X . DISTANCE EVENTS , SPRINTS -,ii , 4 4 ' I lf-wa "...M' lst Row: Harold Sinclair, Steve Bond, Bill Harvard. 2nd Row: Bill Thomas, Ray Muncy, David Hodgson. VIKINGS V -3, go :M 'K 0, - . .. 2, 'Qc ' f S fit: :R Q-wB:Jl12.:R.-M-,GQ ' R " ' s- . cv 1-su s: -' 3. . 'Q 2 K J -mam fy 39 . I -s ' dev fx. . Smith clears the bar in the pole vault. as J ,ici Y , I . A n-1-,MNH I .4 I ' sl 4.0, FIELD EVENTS cfs' I' .I N' I I-a f I mv lst Row: David Hopper, Douglas DeWitt, Russ Panzer, David Gallager. 2nd Row: Buck McQuarry, Ronald Smith, Frank Kirk, Richard Morley, Robert Strickland, 3rd Row: Kit Ferris, Alan Wheeler, Steve Turbee, Jim Brown, Frank Davis. W la KW " .1 Brown gets ready to put the shot. fi Ei' 4 W' 4 cw lr .A -,Y,. x M I , :-w .E K 'Sk Y i '-N ' ' s. 1 1 kg . 1 .1 ' I, V Mft" ' , I ,, .- -GN, - " "" - ' .L '- ii " .. QESFLAF W f'-59. I Wheeler has his own flying saucer f- , lst Row: Frank Kirk, Buck McQuarry, Richard Morley. 2nd Row: William Foster, Carl lambrecht, Rick Dee loach, John Quarles. IN ACTION aww., Plenty of baton practice for Thomas and Quarles this year. Page Two Hundred Five . - -,g,,,x3X, FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: James Strickland, Bob Kaufman, Eddie Burton, Doug Veazey, Richard Saul, James Blair White, Howard Isaacs, Mike Colangelo, Fred Archer, Mike Knoop, Don Penly. SECOND ROW: Tony Mancone, Robert Counts, LeRoy Kramer, Gordon Cutting, Dennis Driscoll, Coach Buchaus, Gary Munn, Richard Isaacs, Chris Stiles, Robert Kidd, Bill Keller. V f ,f Even though only six lettermen answered the call of "Play Ball" iff-ff-I lill ,V this year, the Viking baseball team turned in a very good season of fy, play. Starting the year with an impressive I5-3 win over Admiral I Lf 1,2 Farragut, the boys continued on through their schedule, playing every ' M y ty 1- Z N 1 P' 41' s game for nothing but victory. Coach Buchaus used his material to the X 3, f"'Lf, Q -V B, best possible advantage, getting top performances from everyone. One f ',','f' .'.' 1 , "" y , my highlight of the year was the seniors' trip to Miller Huggins Field to gf' -Q ggfyf fr' ' by meet the New York Yankees 1, I' U, wg, I 'G ,C If 6, it"'1 f lf, SCHEDULE M I -V L March 8 ' i QQ j March 'IO ,yr tl' y I March 15 ff, March I8 I V, 7' March 22 I March 24 in , qi l l' had March 29 April 5 A lecture from Casey. 15 April 'I4 April 19 April 21 April 26 Eddie and Jim receive instructions from tho bosses May 3 Page Two Hundred Six Admiral Farragut Plant St. Pete Sarasota Manatee Jefferson Boca Ciega Chamberlain Dixie Hollins Hillsborough Largo St. Pete Clearwater Boca Ciega Dixie Hollins Clearwater Largo . THE VIKI VISIT THE YANKEE 1 I w , .sl ,Q .fg:s.'1fzS1, " w.l ' - . I 'N-' Mai - K '. " V-v' ' , ' V 11' If c'-R' ' A .- , V Nfl ,jsp V . 15.1, 'tw lx Q -' - . .I ,V - V ' l. l . 1 --1' Q . ' T V f, . 'lf I ' T. A W I' " 'X l'f AE . ft! ,fe .. .3 - Q C at f .1...., .. W- ' if . .tt J., ' ,, Q by ,V,, 1 3 I 1' ., Nd t T E e- t . ,, , I V ,. Q it - 1 W llvv '3' 'V' url' ' -v . 1 A P1 - vt 1 I h rel. ' y 1. .zf - p -7 V z Bob Counts gets a pitching lesson from coach Frank Cr osetti. Yogi Berra shows Fred Archer th we i E T1 , ,Q Q' ,p .163 th If X , W ... if 'V' 75 if 54513 -Q MT? - A Aj .J ' :7:f,3y' ' Jgmvy. -5 x I' l , f lgn ' K' U, T 9 4"'!- 'Hf ' e proper catcher's stance. 'wr p tn 41, "A is 'Q 1 7 J A ,W -Y 4,4-14:7 D X ,fy N Q I Q 7 W' i 11' I ' 'Q iq .' A' . . 'Nr thwlgxfy wl' f i - lr I .. I :- Bobby Richardson and Gil McDougald talk over double la mov 'th Edd' p y es WI ue Burton, Jim White, and Howard Isaacs. r N- rx- sx-cc Q- 1 A f X 4 'K ,fy we M M W .x , ' 'ff L ..,.. R X ww, , 3' . sw WEN T , 1 ff- V' -.:. . ,Y 4 " , he N! s -ef ees of s sss as AMW MA. . f X T V '.- T3 T, 3 l f ,, ':" J , , if Q a , 5 as -:-f'- 4' . V ,, , 3, .,,, 1 ,U . . .jj 3 R A , ,A K s s is . . 4 .I f 1 1 - wk if QQX tt E 43' 4 V Rid ff, I 2 'M12 J ,RQ 1 ' . Vx., I , A ..'f A' I lol H VJ, , .... . 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Wwvlf- -V lst Row, L. to R.: Jim Taylor, Jack Runkle, Sandy Kelley, David Knowlton, Richard Hall, John O'Neil, Rex Welchr Mike W0l'f0H, -Aff Zig50n,GRiCkY Brovillard. 2nd Row: Larry Maschino, Rex Heck, Bob Kemp, John Warren, George Doore, Dave Newton, Bruce Lilienthal, Bob ZGISGF, le 'een' George Stovall, Bill Zewadski, Gary Trimble. BOYS' SWIMMING TEAM 1 Y V .,,, l I' . y V? V-K f, 11. J fm, ' ' g vi "' ? 5 ' I , N ft V 3 5 , Led by several outstanding seniors, the boys' swim- "' K ming team fought back from a season-opening loss W J A-J' to St. Pete to complete the year on a winning note. I ,, ,, ,ZW .4 gfgfg Q . . g 7 A y f f Head Swimming Coach Ned Allen not only prepared jhgffl " I the team for this season's activities, but he also 9 If trained the sophomores and juniors in the funda- J y ' M-c , , mentals of swimming and diving, looking forward to ,gym f , f ,f ff ' , ,,:,,,, ' " 6' ' . the years to come. Working their way through Qu, , , W the longest, toughest schedule which any of North- east's swimming teams have had to face, our team wxwigdq ,- for 1960 did a iob of representing the school that ' M we can all be proud of. z ,W he, eg, ,W it 'wfmf V 4 09,4 X 1 , we 14 Z' fly' ,fc W ' , fs ' "tn X i. 4 ' in H ' " 1' X , nv 7 - ' ' f , ,gs I V, f ,ae J, ,B , 'I , , ' L " V 'WLS " 1-or , Coach Allen cheers the team through practice. Page Two Hundred Eight March March March March March April April April April April April April April May May a .ff-A K . E E BACKSTROKE AND -. . 0 -E T' x22 ' xiii? fr :gal 15:5 535 MTE, nl. Tu-z . ..1s.gE I, .1 'L iv' E F 1 r E' I , .gk FREESTYLE lst Row, L. to R.: Gary Trimble, Jack Runkle, Rex Welch, Mike Walton, John O'Neil, George Stovall. 2nd Row: Larry Moschino, Bob Zaiser, Bruce Lilienthal, Dave Newton, Richard Hall, Bill Zewadski, George Door. . Bl s gf A . SCHEDULE N' y , K T ll St. Pete .. A i ' 1- 'I6 Largo Tl S l -'i l' Q 'l8 Chamberlain I, l " . A 1 1 jf-' I 23 Boca Ciega , 4 , i A A-2 2 hm 30 Sarasota ' , 1 to 4 " , ix J T ills? 2 Fort Myers 'l r 5 "r' 14+ 1 " ' Wi ' 5 Hillsborough H . L ' 8 Dixie Hollins S-'H f l3 Bartow , . 4 1, 16 Clearwater ' 5 5 -f 'l9 Plant . Xml. 1 ' 22-23 City Meet 'rv 4 I 29-30 Conference Meet K B ,W 6- 7 Regional Meet - 'JKT .4 C A11- 'l3-'I4 State Meet DIVERS Left to Right: Joe lettelleir, Art Wilson, Dewey White. ll N Wi, ,,ii . K .i "Q E gram 7 -'e .gina 1 I-putter! ""ftima .L Mfg ffyff5gE7 tjvjjglifgf ' ' v it .1 V3 . X m - Zi -, it 4.19 if W - 3, fr 4. Mfg 2 1 i I ' ' W ',,, i 3 ai 1. V if 1' , . u r. Wtugh ,, ,.,,, nf 'f' ' , 1 V' , 1 gm, ,,,, f f i. " " yL5 ,-,fjE.PfQ1, T K A X fi- . , '- A , Ni , 1 ,. ip , 33 -. 41 4 if L' 1- it iff, 'fr ff . tx 5' 0423. ,,,. W V , . r"' ,I E s 5 x S ': ' X. L-.- ' Arw- BUTTERFLY Left to Right: Gary Trimble, John Warren, John Rex Welch, Bob Kemp. o BREAST STROKE Left to Right: Ricky Brouillard, Larry Moschino, David Knowlton, Bob Zaiser, Eddie Green, Sandy Kelley, Dick Gildrie, Rex Heck. O'Neil, Poge Two Hundred Nine fwiiifiifffiflf .2.a-I 4-asm6QV"if' E M- ww. 'STE X Y 4.34 f 7 . , V 5 -3'-' will fvgfga . ! . Z, f I' V 1 .fl an u, -fy . if f 'fffw' , .S '5 2 z 2 ,,.,.,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,.,,.,, ,....-.. . .vwvswv v'g"f""' "W, w""WW'w' W'W'qn"N"fe--- I 1 X ' "YS '3j:xn"7-?w'gWg'gr'g'v'5? 'x S: ,A: .53 . 5:-., f J 5, fiiitttfi I U .. MJT' , ,, ' A T? . :ww ,Vic M . X- V. . g,i,, L, ,,- fr - MQ, , , we .W :QM , X , Wm i s . iz 'YM 1 M t"""" " . I M GQ, 5' , . M ,fly 0 M l. g . K. f m.,,..,,W. . vw, ,. 'W .1 , - yg,N3s,af,. . ' . .,, A- . , , - 1' ff-'gi 1 s V? fwf"'...'M-'ss WWTQ' " ' t '-if 1 QVVU'-3975? 'Qi fi Ist Row, L to R.: Barbara Cooper, Diane Kelley, Glindcn Hiley, Jane Ann Cordes, Sheila Garner, Barbara Bailey, Benney Raines, Sherry Crosby, Karyl Dunkle. 2nd Row: Martha Bond, Cissie Cooper, Sue Vershur, Beth Curd, .lo Ann Niclcols, Cecelia Gatewood, Betty Sue Albritton, Diane Henry, Nancy Wright, Kathy DeKoven. GIRLS' SWIMMING TEAM Pfiflg ll ,r ii .-4.94 XJ W in M .,,.. , W, I V ,,, M. YA, . y"' I Q xx. .X .. 'aw Coach Phillips keeps the girls busy. gi The girls' swimming team for 1960, composed mainly of underclassmen, improved to such an ex- tent during the season that the coaches have visions of great accomplishments in the coming years. As- sistant Coach Peggy Phillips, working under the direction of Coach Allen, did a fine iob in getting the girls ready for the tough schedule they were up against. Barbara Cooper, Northeast's All-Everything in swimming, closed out her high school competi- tion in great form, leaving a vacancy which will be very hard to fill next year. ',i it 1-ew. ,sn .V K' 'i' S. 4 FREE "' WT?" STYLE Left to Right: Sue Vershur, Jane Cordes, Barbara Cooper, Jo Ann Nicliols, Beth Curd, Deane Kelley, Sherry Crosby, Benney Raines. March March March March April April April April April April May May 1 1 16 23 30 2 8 13 16 22-23 29-30 6- 7 13-14 . N' ff ,K iftiflfi'-'iff-' 1 l 5 I 1 I l 1 va iq W in vat-.4 .., t I lx 4. . . . I ,l. v., 'V 1 W g is ,V q i 5 l Q Y . ,gg-IQ 'nn-cn BREAST STROKERS Left to Right: Karyl Dunkle, Nancy Wright, Diane Henry, Kathy DeKoven, Diane Kelley, Cissie Cooper. SCHEDULE St. Pete Largo .g,,:W,g,,,,Q2S Boca Ciega -ft'-'Tian Sarasota Fort Myers Dixie Hollins Bartow Clearwater K City Meet -.... l Conference Meet R ' I X ' V ' elf' f a e ee f W X? DIVERS Left to Right: Karyl Dunkle, Barbara Bailey, Sheila Garner, ""'iW 'iii N 1 if Z1-3?-,f f,l-1 155257527 -V ' ev W -V 1 , 5 Q Z ,.,,, M IA. , H ., li' 'V - J , - , - '.,- T 5- I ,,,A G ,.,, V , we ti' , ' W L , Cy, K V. 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NOT PICTURED: Judy Bond. 1 Y 7 ' l 3199? j . ya 1 Q, , Q f. "m '. 1' A ' "..f'a:x. R.fm.n 'A K , 1, Q, 1. s. ' ' ' 1 .V in ",, 1 .A - .,, 1 nk ' 5 V ' -l f' i' ,6 ,, f s ,xi A , ,f '. , ". 5'6" sl ' , if 'K f f : ' ,ap ii," V' 4 .Mm .Ian Eyman returns the serve. Page Two Hundred Twelve Sue Schaeffer, Nancy Walton. SECOND ROW: Linda Daniels, Sandy Henry, Carol Chatfield, Mary Jane GIRLS' TENNIS Cooperation and hard work resulted in a very successful season for this year's girls' tennis team, Meeting some of the best competition in the state, the girls always represented Northeast in a fine manner. February February March March March April April April 19 26 4 11 18 8 13-14 21-22 SCHEDULE Manatee Clearwater Sarasota St. Pete Boca Ciega City Conference State 1 Q S The tramp is popular with all. GIRLS' PHYS ED Offering a wide variety of sports, the girls' physical edu- cation department teaches not only the skills of sports but also sportsmanship. Upholding the motto of "A sport for every girl and a girl for every sport," the department has a diversified pro- gram ranging from social dancing to tumbling. 5- 1-L Q, 'Vx I rt 'if' 1. , l A I I MOST REPRESENTATIVE GIRL IN GIRLS' SPORTS: Pat Cooper 4-'WWA ,.-1""' Di Watch the Birdie! 7 MOST OUTSTANDING GIRL IN GIRLS' SPORTS: Barbara Cooper N -i 'MT' Wm 4 E V 1 J I " 'X 1 I I ll , V7,, ip, if V 3 f -I IA, A "A" TEAM FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Sandy Henry, Mary Jane Guasfella, Sue Schaeffer, Cissie Ewins, Sue Bailey, Carol Chatfield. Cooper. SECOND ROW: Joyce Reinhart, Peggy Bodle, Katy GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL - "A" TEAM "A" Team Captain, Sue Schaeffer, "B" Team Captain, Mary Kraus. Page Two Hundred Fourteen This year the girls' volleyball "A" team shared honors with St. Pete high for the city championship. Other schools represented in the tournament were Boca Ciega and Largo. fThe Vikings defeated each twice.J Certainly, their success can be attributed not only to the cooperation and skill of the players, but also to the coaching of Miss Tyler and Miss Phillips. A2 ,,1"At' , l I t . , , 5 I L F ig p f I I I gt! XXL s ' 5 f . ' -.ac "X Q J "B" TEAM mf. t' I nr I X V FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Wilson, Mary Kraus, Harrilee Paynor, Donna Mueller. SECOND ROW: Penny Mann, Diane Mueller, Linda Ehrlich, Diane Henry, Judy Kersey, Barbara Bailey. GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL " " TEAM Showing fine potential for next year's varsity, the girls' volleyball "B" team captured the city champion- ship. To gain this title, these girls twice defeated St. Pete and Boca Ciega. They lost only one game, the first with Largo, but with the aid of their coaches, Miss Phillips and Miss Tyler, the girls returned from the second Largo game victorious. .. . . , Tl! , .,, , 7 iff ' .,,,-'fb,, -4' , 2 Q -' ff"w,,. 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SHARE XSD! 0 Best Wishes Tp NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL School Supplies, Gifts, Books, Greeting Cards, Office Supplies, Furniture, Portable Typewriters ROYAL - OLYMPIA - SMITH-CORONA REMINGTON-RAND PINELLAS PRINTING AND STATIONERY 265 Central Avenue - Phone 5-5114 CONGRATULATIONS From Joi-IN s. RHODES, INC. XXI I ,X FUNERAL DIRECTORS 4th Street and 7th Avenue North Ambulance Phone 7-5155 HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA PERRY R. MARSH, President 1901 Central Avenue Phone 7-6581 X Z , f f 2 2 WRX Mr. Sun says: "Congratulations and best wishes to all the students and faculty of Northeast High School." ST. PETERSBURG CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WILSON SPORT STORE SPORTING GOODS ' SPORTSWEAR 117 9th Street, North Phone 7-7146 Compliments of MORRISON AND SCHIPPERT 1NsuRANcE Compliments of THE SENIOR CLASS PUBLIX SUPER MARKETS Florida's Finest Food Stores 5420 9th Street North HE 5-7700 CONGRATULATIONS to the 1960 GRADUATION CLASS of Northeast High School B N fl, fr- noun: 5 "V ' 4"" A A I ' Nw D g L L .p Ilfg hj' rv lp 1 HEBBS PINELLAS PARK T.V. SHOP SALES AND SERVICE Use Our Drive-ln Service J. R. CUBE, Owner 7317 49th Street North HE 6-1616 Pinellas Park, Florida The Fashion Corner for Young Sophisticates I Fourth and Central Phone 5-5191 St. Petersburg, Florida i '-QR:I1:I:h-:-:c:lN' '-ici:1:1:1:I:2:5:1:Z:1:1:C:1:1:?:5Z5I:1iCflEifIfIi?:'I .if :-"If2- 2- -ff' H. . .Q"'E:3:f ' 'gI:2:I:i:I'IS:5:1:i:irfzf:Q:f:f:f:::::-zglgrgf.-...-.-.1.f::.Q:3::,:.5:y:: "Q-:IS QSC? 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Now is the time to start, First Federal of St. Petersburg is headquarters on the Suncoast for savings and home loans. It is "One of America's Largest." Make it Your First Federal too. rmsr FEDERAL y E5 liissssi Tli,,,,m T SAVINGS I + g --. X -l" ig? 9 5-.F AND LOAN ASSOCIATIUN 0F ST. PETERSBURG 2 C? MAIN OFFICE-CENTRAL AT FOURTH E - tam' NORTHWEST OFFICETBOO - 49TH ST. NO. BEACHES OFFICE-401 COREY AVE. NXQEQ United States Charter Number 3 One of America's Largest FOR A FOREIGN CAR SEE WATSON MOTOR CO. VOLVO SALES AND SERVICE 2060 Central Avenue - Phone 7-2931 HILLSIDE SUNDRIES .'Thickest Malts in Town" Fancy Sundaes -A School Supplies -- Films Cosmetics 535'I I6th Street North Phone HE 5-5700 J. E. SALTZ HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE SHOES 444 Central Avenue 3396 Central Plaza HlLl.'S TRAVEL SERVICE AIRLINES - STEAMSHIPS - TOURS - CRUISES 4I2 First Avenue North It's a BETTER SNAPSHOT When You Take Your COLOR or BLACK and WHITE Films to Your RO-MO PHOTO DEALER for "FIorida's Finest Photo Finishing" Ro-Mo Photo Dealers Are Located Near You Everywhere! ROBISON-MOHR PHOTO SERVICE, INC. Ro-Mo Color Lab, Inc. 250 F"sf Awenue South -St. Petersburg I, Florida Compliments of MAAS BROTHERS St. Petersburg, Florida "YOUR BANK OF FRIENDLY SERVICE" 6 Drive-In Windows Spacious Free Parking Lot Convenient Motor Bank Bank-By-Mail Service CENTRAL AT NINTH MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP Union Tnvsr Gmruw E Sf Pezwxdf-:vig 5 K F FRIEN L SER I SAME DAY SERVICE LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING APPIO ID Ill Q! 5I5 22nd Street South 70I Second Avenue South 705 2nd Avenue South 850 33rd Avenue South Phone 7-II34-7-4I3I BEST WISHES FROM DOG 'N suns DRIVE-IN U. S. 19 at 53rd Avenue North "Vikings Are Always Welcome!" BEST WISHES TURNER PHARMACY, INC. 2805 Ninth Street North Phone 7-4758 Compliments of SECURITY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA 2639 9th Street North Phone 5-6107 O. K. TIRE STORES NEW TIRES - RECAPS - USED TIRES TIMING AND BALANCING - WHEEL ALIGNMENT 3125 34th Street North Phone HE 5-8561 BILL'S SHELL SERVICE STATION BILL BEFTOULIDES, Proprietor 5947 4th Street North St. Petersburg, Florida SPAULDING DRUG STORE 16th Street at 28th Avenue North St. Petersburg, Florida Phone HE 6-2555 GOWER - COH EEN REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE 4th Street and 12th Avenue North Phone 5-5161 GENERAL MATERIALS COMPANY, INC. READY MIXED CONCRETE STREET AND DRIVEWAY PAVING PRESTRESSED CONCRETE 601-24th Street South St. Petersburg, Florida 7-7320 7-4397 ,fjvx N Q5 O if G I J ' I S ' xii, G Everyhorlfs Going For Flavor-Rated ' Bread r' ' - I ff W5 i . f CRX i S 'H it f .H S' I ' I ' "'i- ll R ' X . 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St. Petersburg, Florida Telephone 7-5949 BUILDERS SUPPLIES, INC. 2001 28th Street North St. Petersburg, Florida Phone 7-1151 THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT STORE MOSER'S PLANNED FOOD SERVICE Purveyors of Fine Meats, Poultry and Provisions 2595 30th Avenue North St. Petersburg, Florida Phone 5-7973 QUALITY FOODS QUANTITY PRICES My my M0122 CAREER . pw H U41 Why worry about a career beyond Hi h S h I or g c oo College? Well, maybe "worry" is the wrong wordflet's instead say "be concerned." If all senior high A school students were concerned, they'd find that the iob competition in today's "Space Age" is keen and getting keener all the time. And what's more, the b 11 ' b ' ' e er IO s are not served up on a silver platter-it takes a good academic record to land any worthwhile position in any worthwhile career field. Here's the answer: Whatever you decide you like to do best for a liv- ing, or whatever work you teel will pay you the wages o h y u want, c ances are you'll be able to get what you want easier by preparing now. And remember, the more education you bring with you, the better the job you'll get. Hogness fs Our Most' fmpoffanf Ptvducf GENERAL ELECTRIC X-RAY DEPARTMENT Pinellas Peninsula Plant Operation ff Fi Q o OIPIIIS' 'I.'I'IIS :BCJCJIK IIN' 1999 lvl I .X K S I f wma w N-Ndxyxff I V lb ...and it will be your photograph that you and your grandchildren look for first! That's a lot of looking ahead, but it illustrates the everlasting permanence... the everlasting interest...of a photograph. That's why fine professional photographs are our concern. When you want a fine photograph taken again, entrust it to PhotoReflex-your official school Yearbook photographer. PHOTOREFLEX STUDIO THIRD moon IVIAAS BROTHERS YOUNG MEN'S STYLE CENTEYZ TOPP'S 740 Central Phone 7-2973 Compliments of AUNT HATTlE'S RESTAURANT 625 lst Street South Best Wishes From Y W C A Northeast Service Clubs 680 Mirror Lake Drive SPORTS CLUBS SPORTS FOR GIRLS FLORIDA BUILDERS, INC. COMMUNITY HOME BUILDERS Meadowlawn, St. Petersburg, Florida BARKER UNIFORM CO. JOHN BARKER, Owner MONOGRAMMING - EMBLEMS - PLAQUES TEE SHIRT PRINTING 2805 38th Avenue North St. Petersburg, Fla. Phone HE 6-2493 PARK INN PHARMACY PRESCRIPTIONS - DRUGS Phone 7-2207 COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE BRAKES - IGNITION - CARBURETION SWANGO'S TEXACO SERVICE 9299 4th Street North Phone HE 5-6772 S 81 H GREEN STAMPS Lubrication 51.00 with Oil Change-We Call tor and Deliver ls I r iirzffl 1 "llI55Ei25rf?1'. . 2317 ',:55ff:5 : fffiI' .E Y "" U T7-:-1-'-:5 ,4.-. I.: f. r rI., -gg? - N r N 1. I I , .-:-:':-:-:f:f: -.4. 1 . 'I H '-A x' J QS- -In 'sate , I - A If-, 'f-1-U ,, X. 'E - , '15'i1f1:1:I" ' . 0 ' '-f-- .. 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More power to you, the "imagineers" of the future! mm WW Q ", gf U7 Compliments of CYPRESS GARDENS PLANT FOOD Available in all GARDEN SUPPLY STORES ., J. . 2715 Q E 1959-1900 CHEERLEADERS Carolyn Hiney Barbara Nunn Jan Eyman Melanie Newman Jeanne Pentecost Penny Daniels Ellen Pace June McClendon Linda 'McCutcheon Judy D'Angelo BEST WISHES OMPANY F. W. WOOLWORTH C 244 37th Avenue North PUBLIX SUPER MARKET STORE NO. 7 Where Shopping ls A Pleasure 1720 North 16th Street St. Petersburg, Florida The Finest in Beauty Care for the Discriminating Woman BEAUTERIA Super Bea uty Shops 3380 lst Avenue South fCentral Plaza Shopping Centerl Near Publix Market St. Petersburg, Florida 0 ROAD SERVICE PICK UP AND DELIVERY LaPRADE'S RESTAURANT STANDARD SERVICE FOOD AT ITS FINEST COCKTAIL LOUNGE ROLLANDE 8x PIERRE Delicious French Cuisine and American Dishes 3000 4th Street North Phone 5-9608 Telephone 7-1894 2221 4th Street North St. Petersburg, Florida St. Petersburg, Florida MECHANIC ON DUTY WASH AND POLISHING 5 , Builder ot Better Homes STANLEY BRODERICK 3 1 I I BUILDER AND REAL ESTATE BROKER , " H 5504 Park Boulevard Pinellas Park, Florida : W Q! L HE 6-2513 "Money to Loan" HE 6-2213 Ig ,- A if ,fe -ll , I IAKHET 'N F I ,I',. 'I Y? i ii' 1, I T ll . IE -' "" ' -. BOWLA RAMA PARK CAMERA CENTER 601 34th Street South Phone 7-9545 St. Petersburg, Florida 5115 PGrI:EBZUgi:'??"d FRED DeTORE, Manager I one ' I WILMA OEOERE, Assistant Manager P"IG"C'S Pmlff Fl0"d0 ,,The Friendly Laney, c. E. PYLE J. R, zuRN EV ERYON E N EE DS dairy prod UC-I-S I N T I 'E I . ,, N ' 'iE5E5E:" I 'VIILIQAR .1 Sir ,N ei Y .' .. llxgf N. Q K . L -' , x , -. v sx' N ,' -D 0 I " wg- ' VIA 1 ' A-if . I Qs - . 4 . . 1 I t ' Q' 5 NQ G2 ri K ,T fl, 1 . ' in ' :IE ,A ' " s A Y F49 3 Q' 5 I ,H .' I I ,' Q 0 '. 'W f Lf' " U. A . , I Small fry, large fry and middle fry, too! Everyone knows there's a product for you. Vikings with energy and health have the goods. Graduate Vikings-take it from Hood's! THE SUNICOAST'S FINEST DAIRY BEST WISHES TO THE GULFSHORE SPORT STORE "The Athlete's Best Friend" 48 Ninth Street North SCHOOL CLOTHES AND EQUIPMENT VIKING LOG THE. MARIONETTE From gW""'WZ I The Boys' Service Clubs CIVITAN CLUB EXCHANGE I " E1-he Q A-vi Sunshine N, City" IO5 9th Street North St. Petersburg, Florida CLUB KEY C'-UB PORTRZIISLNSRHIQBNCZWTRCIAL WH Block and White or Color The Girls' Service Clubs ANCHOR CLUB KIRKHAM STUDIO 5545 76th Avenue North Pinellas Pork, Florida Phone St. Petersburg HE 6-8605 CIVINETTE CLUB P. O. Box IO667 Phones 7-5367 - 7-8997 ROJAN CLUB ES'f'i'fEhi:I?27 WHOLESALE FOODS, INC. Seafood - Poultry - Butter - Eggs - Frozen Foo 230 19th Street South St. Petersburg, Flo. Compliments and Best Wishes of the ST. PETERSBURG AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION ADCOCK BUICK COMPANY GRANT MOTORS BERT SMITH-OLDSMOBILE SCARRITT MOTORS BRITISH AND CONTINENTAL SPORTS CAR SALES AND SERVICE MOTORS, INC. NICHOLS BROS. DEW MOTORS WALDRON PONTIAC BILL BROWN MOTORS RINGER MOTORS BROWN-RAMBLER MOTOR CO. R. J. O'BRIEN ROSS CHEVROLET RUEBEL 8. SMITH GARY WALSH ALAN PETERSON MOTORS WYNN-ROSS, INC. WALKER FORD CO., INC. STEWART JONES I d 9 Compliments of 0 HAYES FLORIST, INC. 4451 Park Blvd. Pinellas Park, Fla. . X ' FLOWERS AND DESIGNING N ' S55 53 EoR ALL OCCASIONS ,Fir ' - . Phone HE 6-5641 We Deliver L 'ig 1 W! mc. FURNITURE AND CARPETS 4307 Park Blvd. Pinellas Park, Fla. 719 Central AVSVIUS SERVING ST. PETERSBURG FOR ovER 40 YEARS LESLIE C. WALTON REALTY GENERAL REAL ESTATE L..Il I Res. Phone HE 5-1990 Office HE 5-6403 Dfwfdfh CORNER ki MISS DARLENE ESTES 3770 I6 SIREN NORTH Fplilgli Student Decorator at Lester Brothers qt S ' I N th I H' h eI'1lOI' C Ol' CGS IQ SENIORS- DO YOU WANT A JOB IN THE JET AGE? SRT. ,- D FOR FREE INFORMATION CALL OR 1-6489 Florida Airlines Training School 932 Central Avenue St. Petersburg, Florida THANKS AND MRS. CHARLES ADAMS DR. ARNOLD O. AMLEY, D.D.S. MR MR. . AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. JOE BISHOP MR. AND MRS. E. BAILEY DONALD K. BALDWIN WOODROW W. BEACHT JOSEPH T. BEATTY ROBERT R. BISHOP AND JOHN BORMAN MRS. GERTRUDE BRADBURY MR. 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MERCER CLUBS MYERS AND DAN MYERS KEY CLUB KENNETH NORRIS AND FAMILY LETTERMANS CLUB P 9 TWG I-IumJrf:f,I Thirty-S11 Adams, Dorothy-32,122 Adicks, Richard-28,120 157 Allen, Edward-30.208 Anderson, Josephine--28 Barrett, Ruth-27 Beeman, Eugene-38,153, 166 Benjamin, Lee-36 198 Bennett, Clyde-37,146 Bowles, Frank-30 Brenner, Robert Brown, Barbara--32,103 132 Buchaus, Roy-40,138, 186,206 Challener, Robert-39,90 Chambers, Barbara-28,128 Clifton, Carolyn-39 Clinebell,George-26 Crum,Daniel-32,118 Dardenne, Roger-37,146 Daugherty, Al an-30,103 Adams, Calvin-45,46,119, 120,150,166,169 Adams, John C.-46,146 Adams, Wayne W.-46, 126,136,148,160,164 165 Adkins, Carl-46 Aerts, James G-46,153 Allen, Bonnie C.-46 Ames, Frances-46,135,162 Amley, Edward A.-46,118, 120,150,161,194,203 Anderson, Clifford 13.- 46,160 Anderson, Donald D.-47, 130,138,160, 1 86,190, 198,200 Anderson, Robert W.-47 Archer, Frederick-47,156 206,207 Artis, Janice L.-47,161 Ater, Ronald G.-47,161 Balcom, Linda D.-47 Baldwin, Steven W.-45,47, 124,138,150,194,198,201 Barnes, Barbara-47,123, 150,154,156 Barnes, Judith-47,158,161 Barton, Beverly-48,140 Bassett, Larry F.-48,136, 160,165 Beacht, Gloria-48,135,140 Bearce, Charles O.-48,130 Bell, Donald -48,140 Bellino, Thomas G.-48 Benoit, Eunice L.-48 Bickel, Robert D.-48,124, 146 Biddleman, Cassandra-49, 145,146,156 Binkley, Pamela-49,149 Birth, Diane H.-49,128,148 Boerwinkle, George E.-49 Bonsey, Lou-49,140 Borman, Irene L.-49 Bourn, Stephen D.-49 Boyer, Duane E.-49,124, B 166,138 49 TG- , EEEY- Bragg, Wesley-50 Breeding, Raymond-50 Briggs, Richard-50,164,165 Brown, Carole Ann-50, 140,145 Bruce, Roger-50 Buchanan, Kat11IYl1-50 Bull, Charles-50,160 Burklin, Carole-50 Bursani, Bette-50,142, 171 Burton, Edward-51306, 207 Buzash, Steven-51,119 Campbell, Jenningsw-51, 124,157 ' Carlin, Charlene4-51,1451 151,164,165 Carrigan, Gundy-51,135, 162 Carroll, Patricia-51,143 Cason, EvelYK1-55,146 Cates, Robert-51,136,138 160,187,192 lNDEX Q FACULTY ' Dobbins, Esther-34,142 Fannin, Helen-37,123 145 Ferlguson, Elizabeth-34,90 Fin , Henry-40,158 Fortune, Mildred-31 Granger, John-32,136, 139,193,204 Gray, Peter-36,193,204 Gunnin, James-32,139, 186,193,199 Hall, David-39 Hayman, Alma-31 Haynie, Preston-28 Hoffman, Mildred-34,44, 142 Hostetler, David-33,156 Hostler, Aline-28,156 Huff, Dorothy-27 Jenkins, Paul-29,151, 162,164 Jones, Toy-33,203 Lan phi-ar, Lucy-38,154 Mason, Lois--26 NIQNL-il, XVilliam-40 Me-aders, Mary-38,157 Merck, Joseph-29 Metko, Gerald-33 Morgan, Merle-25,26 Muse, Norma-29,137 Myers, Everett-39 Nettleship, Ray-3 1 , 103 Ovcrholtz, Bemice-35,150 Philips, Margaret--36,210 Pope, James-34,140 Pschorr, Kenneth-30 Raymond, George-30 Reifsnyder, Grace--34 Rice, Mary-27 Ritter, John-33 Robinson, Thelma-29 Rodgers, Phyllis-29 Root, Robert-31,44 SENIORS Chaplin, Sue Ann-51,140 Chase, Walter-51,158,165 Chepren, WilliamY52 Clark, Barbara-45,52,123, 150,170,194,195 Clavan, Jules-52 Clem, Diane-52,170 Colmler, Diana-52,134, 140,194,195 Collauy, Randy-52,118, 119,130,150,166,169 Cook, Norma-52 Cook, Roscllen-52 Coo wer, Barbara-52,1 18, 1l9,123,124,150,155,210 211,212 Cooper Patricia-53,145,150 171,212 Cooper, Wayne-53,140 Counts, Robert-53,130 157,160,206,207 Craft, Robert-53,157 Cressey, Mary Jean-53,144 Croson, Barbara-53,142 Cuccinello, Diane-53,122 Cuccinello, Donna-53 Cutla, Joann-5-3,122,135, 144 Daniels, Arthur W.-54 Daniels, Linda L.-54,155, 212 Davis, Charles-54 Davis, Charlotte-54,135 Decker, Marianne-54,146 Decresie, James M.-54,170, 194 Decresie, Luanne-54, 161 , 170,194,195 Deeg, Jane Linda-54,146, 151,165,170 Demar, Eugenia-54 Dewitt, Peter-55,130,147, 150,166,168,169 Dietrich, Emil P.-45,55, 136,138,150,16O,165 Diodato, Elizabeth-55,137, 148 Dionne, Elai.ne M.-171,171 Dodson, Olivia-55,140 Donat, Daniel-55 Driscoll Dennis-45,55,126, 136,138,160,186,191, 193,206,207 Driscoll, Jane-55,150 Drypolcher. William-55.152 Dunlap, Diantha-55,170 Dunn, Margaret D.-56 Dunn, John-56,120,159, 166,169,170 Duport, Mary Linda-56 Durham, June F.-56,143 Dutcher, Doreen-56,146,166, 168 Dworak, Ingrid L.-56,128 Ehrlich, Elaine-56,118, 119,132 Ellis, Sharon Lee-56 Eron, Rosalyn Ann-56,143 Estes, Darlene M.-57,142 Everly, Gary-57,140 Faber, VVilliam-57 Faux, Barbara-57, 156 Felton, Edward J.-57 Fisher, Jacqueline L.-57 Fitch, Helen R.-57,162 Fleming, Chris--57,l32, 151,157,162 l"rm-slnvater, Sharon-45,58,l94 195 Folson, Sharon-57,143 lfrirl, llriau S,-58,12-1, 160 Fowler, Mike-58 lfrierlrieh, Samlyf58,140 Frank, Rita-58,132,134 Frazier, Sandforc1M58,126, 136.160,186,192 Fuqua, Barbara-58,140 Fuqua, Judith-58,140 Gaetz, Carol R.-58 170 Gagnon, Paul-59,146,156 Cant, Phyllis-59.143170 Geddings, John C.-59,136 138,160,187,188,193 Giddens,Elna-59 Glaeser, Elizabeth-59 Glendinning, Karen-59, 119,128,149 Gourley, Richard-59,126, 136,138,160,187,189,193 Graham, Shirley-59,132, 144,150,161 Gray, Donna-59,142,151, 161,162 Green, Eddie A.-60,120, 152,208,209 Green, Stephen L.-60,136,160 Greenlee, Judith-60 Griffin, Adonah, 60,162 Griffin, Patrick-60 Growe, Allison-60 Haddon,Diane-60,162,166,168 Hall, George P. Jr.-860 Hammond, Connie Lou-60, 154,161 Hardin, Patricia-61,128, 134,151,162,194,195 Harrington, Carol-61 Harrington, Linda J.-61, 143,166,168 Harrison, Sandra-61,132,150 Haskell, Craig-45,61,13O 152,160 Hein, Patricia-61 Heiser, John-61,140 Heiuiiiplerson, John K.-61, Henry, Marilyn-61 Henry, Sandra Lee-62, 123,145,150,155,166, 168,212,214 Hibbard, Howard-62 Hieber. George F.-44,62,124 150,186,192,207 Hilton, Harriett-62 Hiney Carolyn-62,132,150, 151,162,196 Hobbs, Nina Kent-62, 128 Hockett, Lucy E.-62,132, 150,153,166,169 Hodivanes. YValter- Holden, Cherie M.-62 Hoilheiw, Linda C.-62,134, I Ross, Ernest-31 Rowland, Gerald-30,160 Russ, Robert-33,90 Sackett, John-35,44 Sexton, John-25.194 Sheppar , Marie-35 Shing, Genieve-37,90 Sims, Alice-29,44 Simons. Mary-35,144 Stonecipher, Dale-38,171 Stamper, Helen-31,118 Swan, Walter-7,30,152 Trigg, Ruth-26 Tyler. J0annf36,96,103,155 Ward, Loren-33,138,186 VVebster, Helen-31,159 WVilliams, Ralph-35,126,140 VVilson, Earl-35,124 Wiggin, Jacquelin-37,148 Winfree, Bertha-27 Iloggrgliri, Frances A.-63,123, Hood, Joseph Earl-63,130 Hopper, Mary Frances 63,140 llopmer, Sandra Zoev63,132, l50,164,l65,l70 llorton, Michaelv63,170 llulmlvarzl, Dennis-63 Hulxer, Erich, D.-63,157 Huber, Robert A.-63 Hudson, Carole J.-63,122, 137 llughson, Wm. Robert-88 Hume, Judith-64 Hunt, William C.-64 lngold, Betty M.-45,64,128, 150,151 Isaacs Howard-64,ll9,130, 130,136,138,160, 187,190,206,207 Isaacs, Richard--64,136, 138,160,194,206,207 Jackson, Sidney-64,126, 138,16O,187,198 Jarvis, Wm W.- Jenkins, David-64,147,150 ennings, Jon-64,146 Johnson, Willard-64,138, 186,189 Jones, Homer-65 Jones, Marcia-65,134, 151,161,164,165 Jordan, Dianne G.-65,14-5, 166.168 Kapocsi, Richard-65, 138,187,189 Keck, Susan-65,146 Keene, Isabel-65 Kehler, Bernard-65,130, 149 Kelley, Connie Jean-65 Kennard, Kenneth Kerbo, Gary-65 Kersker, Peter-66,120, 147,166,168, Kiebler, Carl-66,124,168 King, Muriel-66,140 King, Shirley-66 Knisely, Susan Lee-45, 66,128,153,166,168 Knowles, Robert D.-66 Koch, Robert A.-66,124,170 Kohls, Christine-66 Kramer, George T.-44,66, 126,136,138,160,186 191,193,198,201 Krumwiede, David H.-67,126 136,138,160,187,189,193 Kuehl, Evelyn E.-67 Labrant, Wilmer S.-67,138 Lamott, Ronald E.-67,136, 160,170 Lang, Arthur-67 Larimer, Toni-67 Larson, Roger Af67,136, 187,188 Law. Douglas E.-67,124, 160,198,199,200,201,202 Lawson, Robert E.-67, 130,152 Lee, Roberta-68,140 Lewis, Judy-68,140 Page Two Hundred Thirty Seven Page Liizlagnski, Anna Christina-68, Libham,, Soanna-68,171 Loeber, Robert-68,151,157 Loeffler, Celeste D.-68, 118,144,150,170 Long, James-68 Love, Linda Lee-68 Love, Mary E.-68,135,143 McGinnis, Melody-69,140 McKenzie-Melinda A.-69, 122,150 McKinney, Louis-69,140 Mcilgiginis, Archie P.-69,153,166, Mack, Mary Lou-69,154 Maiocchi, Anthony-69,136,138, 187,190 Malin, Elaine-69,137,142 Mancone, Anthony-69,206,207 Mantell, Dorothy A.-69,156,169 Mason, Jerry-70 Mason, Ronald R.-70 Melagi, Gary-70,160,186, Medeiros, Linda-70 Meeks, Jerry-70,138 Menees, Alex-70 Merritt, Ruth-70,119,144 Michailis, Kenneth-70 Millen, John G.-70 Miller, Lora F.-71,166 Milsops, Janice S.-71,161,171 Moore, Pamela-71,122,143 Moore, Richard-71 Mitchell, Robert-71,160 Morgan, Nancy R.-71,122 Morris, John B.-71 Moser, John E.-71,186,160 Mucciano, Richard F.-71 Mulder, Jean-72 Muncy, Herbert R.-72,136,1-38, 186,191,204,205 Munn, Gary P.-72,136,138 170,186,188,193,206,207 Murphy, Harry-72 Nelson, Linda E.-72,132 Netzloff, Michael L.-72,124,150, 152,160 Newcomer, William L.-72 Newman, Melanie R.-72,128,162, 196 Newsom, Thomas Carter-72 Newtown, Kent C.-78,119,136, 208 Nichols, Jeffrey-73,158 Nicholson, Paul-73 Nielson, Judith-73 Abbott, Edwin R.-92 Adams, Caaolel QE-9522 Akersloot, ar .- Albritton, Betty Sue-92,155,210 Alfonzo, Carol-92,166,163 Amend, Grace Ann-92,128,135 147,156,161,171 Amidon, Kathleen Anderson, Robert C.-92 Anderson, Robert S.-92 Andrews, David-92,140 Andrews, Karen S.-92,145 Andringa, Henry 1--92,102-,17-6, 160,196 Aspen , John M.-92 Baenen, Jean Maric-92 Bailey, Sire-92,143,155 166,168,214 Ball, Helen M.-92,137 Barrow, Tonia E.-92,143 Baskcttc, Jacqueline Lea-171 Bauer, Bruce R.-92,204 Beal, Patrick Lee-92,120 Bear, Fa A.-92,171 Beaton, Ronald A. Bt-Qhfel, Linda-92,143,170 Beckman, Rebecca-92 Bedford, Ruth A.-92,145 Belew, Wanda LL-c-92,171 Bell, Larry K.-92 Brfnnr-tt, Bc,-th-92,143 Benn:-tt, Diane-92 Bc-nn!-tt, Donald James-92 Bennett, Loiiisf--911191162 B,.,g,,, Hg-nry G.-92,152,170 Br-rry, Evan-92,154,156 Berry, Richarcl-153,166,168 Billr-r, Charles 121.-92 Bittlingmcir, B2l1'1'DiU'ilA92 Bloom, Cheryl Lce-92 Bloom, Hflnald JIIITICS Bodlv, Peggy L.f92,214 Bom-glin, Engl-of--92,148 Bonnr-ll, Alan-92 Bonnr-ttc, Hohcrt-92,148 Bow:-n, Patrick J.-92 Bowling, Carol-92,143,171 Boyd, David S.-92 Two Hundred Thirty-Eight Nourse, Kathleen-73 Nourse, Edward-73 Nousiannen, Karl H.-73 126,166, 169 Nunn, Barbara-73,122,134, 51.162.196 O'Neil1, John-73,138,208, 209 Oppel, Richard-76.130,160 Owen, Ruthw76,158 Oxley, Barbara-76,128,134 Oxley, Sandi Lee-76.134,151, 161,162,164.165.194.195 Pace, Ellen-76,134,196 Palmer, Donald W.-99,136.138, 160,187.190,193.198.199 200 Parks, William J.-76,147,150 Payne, Joyce C.-76 Payne, Thomas E.-76,124,150, 198,201 Peel, Jerry-76,140 Pelletier, Barbara E. Pentecost, Jeanne F.-77.l28.135, 148,151.155,161,164,165,196 Peters, Jackie Rae-77,122,158 Pethia, Joseph P.-77 Pfister, John J.-77,126 Phillippi, Kathleen-44,45,77, 132,194 Pickel, Morris Leon Pilz, Carolyn E.-77 Pippin, Andrew J. Polk, Gerald S.-77,136,138 Polk. Jack E.-77,136,138, 187,190 Polk, James S.-77,186,160 PoR57f1Susan-78,137,146, Potter, Donald T.-78,120,194 Poifgtg Charles-78,153,166, Price, Linda-78,123,134, 166,168 Prill, Joseph-78 Purdue, Gayle M.-78,128 Quarles, John-45,78,120. 138,150,151,164,186,188,204 Ramsey, Lois Gail-78,156,157, 158,170 Reid, Bill T.e78.126,136, 138,186,187,189,l93 Ribitzki, Marion A.-79,151 Richards, Donald A.-79,140 Rickner, Thomas William-79,198,200 Riffle, Richard B.-79 Riliyg Nano E.-132,134,146, ' SENIORS Robertson, Phyllis-79,143 Rogers, Phillip W.-79 Roos, Sandra-79,128,150, 157,166,168,170 Root, Edward-79,126 Roisggy, William-8O,119,156, Rucavado, George A.-80,136 Ryan, Eleanor-80 Ryan, James F.-80 Ryvvant, Joyce N. Salzman, Edwin B.-80,150 Santy, Frank-80,140 Satter, Joann Schaeffer, Sue Fay-80,155,170, 212,214 Schweikert. Judith H.-80,170 Schwinn, Charles R.-80 Mary E.-81,156,159, Scott. 170 Seiter, Joann E.-81 Senger, Patricia E.-81,135,149, 151, 162 Sensinger, Eleanor F.-81,151,161 Sexton, Billie J.-81,171 Seymour, Janet L.-81,155 Siess. Andrey A.-45,Sl,118, 1 19, Simon, 157 Simpso Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, 144 Smith, Soffel, 128,150 John K.-s1,124,15o, n, Kenneth B.-81 Gary Z.-82 Karen-82,171 Margaret M.-82,135 Ronald B.-82.204,205 Shirley May-82,122,135, Thomas Sara Solberg, Ruth-82 Spannagel, Carole A.-82,12B,15O, 171 Spidell, John C.-82,136,138, 160 Spitaleri, Barbara-82 Sprague, Judith A.-83 Stacey, Jacquelyn-83.158 Stager, Gordon L.-83,119.126, 136,150,160,161,164,165,194 Stedman, Barbara-83,140 Steward, Grace-83,140 St. George, Merrilee-83,142 Stocky, Eleanor-83,123,145, 150.166 Stumpff, Linda-45,8-'3,123, 145,150,166.l67,169 Styers, Roy-83,140 Summer, Linda-84,140 Sutter, .IUNIORS Braden, Ralph Brandt, Marlin Kent Bratcher, Jo Ann-92,149,159, 161 Braun, Carol M.-92,123,161 Brice, David Allen-93 Brion, Margaret E.-93,146,166, 168 Brondstctter, Roger-93 Broods, Sally Anne93 Brown, Frcd Cal-93 Brown, Frederick-95,126,198 Brown, James G.-93,102,204, 205 Browning, Judy L. Browning, Robe-rtf93,136 Bruce, Jr-rrold-93,187 Bryan, Lorin-93,187,203 Burr-1-hm-r, Irving-93 111ll'1lZ1i', Michollc-f91,93,119 Burk:-, Anru' 1.-93,l32,15l, 162 Burkhart, Ronald-9f3 Burton, lluli-f-93 liuswcll, '1'i1nf9f1 liyrd, Limlnr-93,1514 llolrll-r, Slmron Knyf93,144 flumhf-Il, liolwrt-93,170 fizinnon, Jounn f1fl,l5Ti,lllfi flnpn-Ili, liuiinzifilfl Curl, Linrlu 93 flurpf-nil-r, Je-wc-ll Ariiliiffhl Carroll, 1':11rir'iu 911 Harrow, Jr-rnulrl W.ff11fi,1fiH,1H7 Caruso, Iiolwrl 11. -911 ffnvoiiilvr, llnrnu llynn 93,148 tlziyai, Joyw- 93,1311 fl1'l:iI1WiL'k,, finrol 1-1fl,1f1U ffhnki, Jznnvs M. 951 fllmko, Mary 1'lvf'lyn 91135, 146,161,102 flhmnlu-rs, Marry -911,123,144 fl1HlIll1l4'f8-3, Nornuif' - 93,144 flliannlwrs, lixilph 1'l.ff9J1 Chart-st, llizllliu-f93,14f1,159,161,171 flhrisllnils, lioln-rt--ill 513,158,166 fiirvls-, Dorothy Clark, liir-hui'd--93 Joann-84, 137,140 Clarke, Albert M.-93 Clark, Carolyn-43,166 Cochran, Julie-93 Collins, Paul--93,170 Combs, Russell R.-93,128,148 Comeau, Wallace-98' Constant, Barbara-94,159 Cooper, Cecilia--90,9-1.102,119, 123,155,161,210,211,21-1 Craft, Donald!-94 Craven, Johnny-94 Cr0xier,, LindaA94 Cushing, SueY94,132,161 Cutting, Gordon--94,198,200,206 Dat-kc, VVi1liain C.-94 Dahl, Violet--94 Daily, Robert-94 Dal1ns,, Evelyn-94 Dznnnti w, Nick-94 D'Angv1o, Judith-94,102,13-11. 149, 162,196 Daniels, Pt-nnicA94,142,196.197 Davidson, Donna- -9-i,128,135,1-4 Davis, Davis, Davis, Dnvis, Dorothy-9-1 Joiui--94,166,168 Lyon 1...-94 '1'rm-iii-9111 Day, Judy - -94,170 Dayton, Dixiveil-1 17t'i'1Kl'l', 1111111 11o1n'rl--S111 D1-vs, 111-ily l,onf9-1,122.1-19 Dm-lnmlvr, Sluiron--94,122.1-16. 161 D1-Iny, liolwrl - 'r1f1,120,lI18,186 D1-Iionch, 1'li'ic Cf 'cl-i,20'1,L105 Di-Nm-vnrrn, Yi-ville--11111 111-nxivnrrn, Y1'l1'vcfS1f1 L I7l'lll1Il1l, 1.oi'i'n'--.1f1,1-lfl Diuinoi nl, l'll'1l1ll'l'S .'1lllll'Ht'- Dick, Miirgiu'ct-9-1,12H,15-1 Dir-ki-rson, John--9-I Dilkvr, jonn C.--9-1,1-ill Doinhroski, Joseph 1'.-91,128,161 Donioli Dornuu Dorsey, Douglu rowskv, Doniulrf-1-1,1111 u, Joy- 9-1,170 111-njiunin 91,166,168 s, Vit-lor I.. 9fl,1l!l,152,203 Dr:-nnon. l'.l1owccn-91,1-lA1,11ll1 Swango, Gloria B.-84,122,134, 15O,151.162 Swieggon, Carole F.-84,122,137, Swift, Susana-45,84,132, l48,151,155,164,165.167,168 Tempus, Linda P.-84,170 Thiiaas, Erma J.-84,123,155, Thomas, William A.-84,120,150, 204,205 Thompson, Diane F.-84 Thornton, Thomas O.-85 Thrumston, David-85,157 Todd, Eldon-85 Topkin, Doris-85,150 Trickel, Sallv-85,140 Uttegi Connie Lou-85,147,150, 1 Vaughn, David Lee-85,157 Vetter, John M.-85,140,166,168 Vision, Alan G.-85,138,16O, 187,188 Voight, Charles L.-86,12O,153, 166,169 Walker, David A.-86,147,166, 169 Walsh, Craig G.-86,203 VValtc6n, Michael W.-86,l20,208, 20 Wardlos, James F.-86 Wzigras, Kenneth N.-45,86,l24. Welch, Rex-208 W'e1ls, Elizabeth-86,143 VVheeler, Raymond A.-86,204,205 Whelpley, Catheryne-86,132 VVhitaker, David D.-87,124,152, 161,166 White, James B.-44.87,15O, 1g9,186,l91,198,199,201,206, 2 Whitney, David N.-87,168 VVilkins, Nancy-S7 Willard, Dorinda L.-87 VVilliams, Robert-87 VVilmot, Marion-87 Wilson, Bruce-87 Wohlust, Lorna Wood, Carol-87,150 Wry, Judith Ann-88 Yeakle, Clark XV.-88,147 Young, Patricia Jane-88 Zagerski, Audrey-88 Zaizer, Robert-88,12-4,152, 160,208,209 Droxd, Gwendolyn B.-94 Dunkle, Karyl-94,12S,1-19,210,211 Edwards, Gurretl-94 Ellis, Jack-95,140 Erdos, Nick-- Erickson, Sandra-91.95.1-13,145 Evans. Barbara Jane-94 Everly. Lynn Merrill-95 Ewins, Kathleen-95,132.135,161.21-1 Eymnn, Janice K-95.12S,135,1-18. 155,196,197,212 Faull. Virilinia-95,135 Fnvreau, Arthur YV.-95 Fichtner, Rohcrt-95.187 Fielder. Kenneth-95 Fincher. lris-95,135 Fislicr, Tlioiiias-95,102,198 201 1?10tl'11L'l', livggyegi 1'11lNVCl'S. Lindo-95 Floyd. Saun-95.140 Flynn, 1,iiu1nf95,14l1 Fortune. Slniroii--'93 Foster. Donald-515.136.1951 1'll'i17l'l', John NY.--95,136 Frunnutli. Jnnct--95 lfuhner. h1ni'i1ni'ct-95,1-13,156,1G6.16S Gn1nsso,Jnnn-s li.-95,136 llznnvl, 1Yi11i:nn 1',f-95,166,163 l:All'11l'1'. Shcliln h1.A95.l2Zl,145,155. 210.211 Gihson, Roy Sinn--95,128 flii1l1l't1, kflnirlvs-95,199 Gilvs. 1':nnc1n 95 llrnig 95 Klmlnrcl, llodfrvy. Timothy-95 lindsey. 11'i11inln-415 taxing, Smulrn --95 Goodinnn, lliilvcu---95,128 llnnit. liunvs llivliardson-91,95, 102.119,12-1.152.161.1818 C-rvigory, Diiuinc J,-95,122,161 Urviiu-r. Mlwrt L.-95 lii'ii-siliiLi'i', Carol--k15.125l,13-1,1-18 Urivvc, llin'1nu'n M.-95,137 Grim, Barbara-95,184 Grosskoff, Roy E-95 Guastella, Mary Jane-95,212,213 Haeussner,Letitia-95 Hagewood,Peggy-95 Haines, Nancy Lee-96,170 Haines, Patricia-96,128 Hamel, Arthur-96,140 Hammond, Marsha Lcc-96 Hamrick, Beverly-96,135 Hane, Philip- Hardy, We-ndall-96,134 Harmon, Myla Jane-96,166,167 Harp, Thomas-96,187 Harrison, Norman Lee-96,170 llarvard, William B.-96,204,205 llawkins, Ralph-96,140 Ilayes, Bonnie--96,143,170 llayes, Jean K.-96,142,171 Heilhron, James B.-96,102,119, 124,138,187 lleise, Virginia-96 lleid, Carlene-96,122,161 Henderson, Betty-90,91,96 Heidggner, Will D.-153,16G, Hilton,Bill-96,136,170 Hodge, Ray-96,153,166,169 I-Iodwanes Walter- Hofeditz, Donna Kay-96,140,170 Hoffman, Arthur G.-96,130 Holzheimer, Karlee-96,134,143 Hood, Barbara-96,134,143 Hoover, Sharon-90,96,102.119,128, 149.166.1659 Hoppenstedt, Carl F.-96 llouseman, Albert-96 Hovey, Dean--96,119,143,145,166 llovcy, Meredith Dcc-96,146 Howland, Elaine-96,146,161 llueks, Robert-96,169 Ilughson, Nancy-96 Hummel, Janice-96,166 Humphries, Glenda-96 Ilnnt, Charles-96,144 Hunt, Sharon-96,135,143,166,167,168 llunter, Phillip-96 llupp, David R.-96,170,187 lluteherson, Thelma-96,128 llutehins, James-96 Jackson, Robert-96,149 Jnnies, Johnny James, Thomas II.-96,152,203 Jarvis, William Glenn-96 Jarvis, William Whitman-97 Jenkins, Richard-97 Jernicim, Martha-97 Johnson, Lawrence-97 Nfinc 96 Johnson, . 'ff- Johnson, Rona d Rodney-97,126,169 Johnson, Ronald Walter-97,157,166 err Gaither-97 Joiner, J y Jones, John-97 Jones, Joseph Lee-97 Jones, Joyce R.-97,128,149,166 Jones, Nancy-97 Jordan, Lynda K.- Junod, Jane-97,140 Kamp, Dennis-97 Karagines, Ann-97 Karten, Arthur O.-97 Keller, Andrew-97,170 Keller, Max E.-97 Keller, Susan Mary-97 Kelly, Sandy Thomas-206,209 Kendall, Judith-97 Kennedy, Willgim6'?'Q,'?59,143,152 Ke ner, ohn .- , Keifalin, LliRayne-97,132,166,167 Ables, Carole J.-104,134,143,146 Adams, Ruth A.-104,149 Adams, Samuel Thomas-104 Akins, Mary Jill-104,115,161 Albritton, Robert-104 Aldrich, James D.-104 Allen, Jane-104 Allen, Jean Louise-104 Amley, Robert-lO4,118,146,199 Ammon, Nancy-104,119 Armstrong, Glen-104 Amold, Linda E.-104,154 Arrington, David E.- Athey, Valerie-104 Baerien, Yvonne-104 Bailey, Barbara J.-104,210.211,215 Baker, Douglas C.-104 Baker, Judith G.-104,143 Ballew, Carmen M.-104 Barclay, Beverly-104,165,167 Barry, Marina E.-104,143 Bassani, Richsrd-I-12154 Bayliss, Davi .- Baynard, Wi1lia.m T.-103,104,115,146, 203 JUNIORS ' Kerr, Dean-97,144 Kilburn, Janet-97,166 King, Paul Robert-157 Kirsch, Bernice-153,166 Knoop, Mike F.-97,206 Korman, George R.-97 Korp, John-97 Koti, Nakaoka-118,152 Kramer, Leroy-97,l02,138,160,170, 187,206 Kress, Mildred K.-97 Kuhn, John Harry-97 Kuhns, Mary-97,102,134,148 Laird, Lewis Keith-166,168 Lambrecht, Carl-97,160,1B6,204,205 Laird, Lewis-97 Lane, Ginger-97,l34,149,156,161 Latour, Edmund-97 Lawson, Frances-97,145,149 Layer, Evon L n-97 Leedy, Betty Klary-97,132,149,167,l69 Leigh, Henry C.-97 Leign, Linda-98,140 Lcitner, Larry-98,204 Lester, Dianne Jane-98 LeVargi, Edmund M. Lcveritt, Richard--98,102,186 Locke, Anita-98,153,166 Luck, Anne-98 Mat-Cullum, Donna- Maclfarlane, Sandra-98,166 McCanless, Mary-98 McClendon, June-98,102,128,16l, 196,197 McClintock, Jean H.-98,153 McClure, Mary L.-98, 119, 122, 149 McCormick, Barbara-98,171 Mt-Cntcheon, Linda L.-98,l28,161, 196,197 McInerney,David A.-98,136 Maeuluso, James-98 Maek, Patricia-98 Mandler, Claire T.-98,146 Mzlnville, Patricia-93 Marston, Carol Lec- Mnrtin, Richard E.-98,160 Martini, Barbara-98,171 Mathis, Betty-98,143,161 Max, Allan-98,120 Mercer, Mary B.-98 Miller, Alexas D.-98,145 Miller, William G.-98,126,187 Minor, Robert-98,156 Mitehell, Carlee-98,135 Mitellell Robert-98,187 Mitchell, Snlley-98,135,143 Moody, Edward-98 Moore, Carole-98 Moore, Lucy- Moore, Robert John-98 Moore, William-98 Morgan, Dale-98,166,168 Morgan, Dianne-98,135 Morris, Ellena-98 Morrison, Mary-98,135 Mosley, Sandra-98,156 Mowery, Gail L.-98 Muller, Heide-98 Mullikin, Norman-98 Mullins, Lynwood-98,12O,148,161,186 Murphy, Marilyn-99,132,146,154,161 Myers, Daniel G.-99,136 Nelson, Robert- Niccum, Paul S.-99,166,168 Niven, John-99,159,170 Nohren, Carol-99,135,171 Nunn, Joyce E,-99,128 Nussheck, James Obermeyer, Pamela-99,143,16 1,170 O'Berry, Elsie-9?-J,102,123.1-19,167 Ogden, Thomas H.-99,120,154 O'Malley Patricia-99,146,170 Onderdonk, Florence-99,153,166,167 O'Ncill, Michzilann-90,99,102,119 Oppenlander, Russell-99 Oppy, Marian 1-'mn-99,123,159 Padgett, Tom N.-99 Parker, Charlotte-99,13-4,149,161 Parrish, Janice R.-99,142,156,170 Patterson, Joy C.-99,154 Perkins, Peter E.-99 Pettengill, David-99 Pettit, Sharon-99 Pflueger, Sharon-99 Phillips, Terry-99,102,119,123, 149,161 Pittman, James E.-99,1-53,166,168 Plank, Roberta-99,144 Polearo, John-99 Polgaro, Rosemarie-99,144,146 Pollett, Donald WV.- Poore, David-99 Porgal, Anna M.-99,134 Porter, Richard-99,126,161,166,l69 Probst, Edna-99,159 Purvis, Linda Lee-99,170 Pye, Linda-99,143 Quigg, Melanie-99,143 Ramsay, VValter E.-99 Ranson, Muriel R.-99 Ray, Janet-99,132 R1-nvis. W'illiam K.-99 Reddish, ,leri-99,144 Reinhardt, Joyee-99,155,214 Reynolds, Patricia S.--100,132,131 l49,l71 Rice, Gerald-154 Riee,Lucy D.-100,137,155,158 Riee, Patricia S.-100,132,161 Ringelspaugli, John-l00,l70 lioberts, Davis-100 Roberts, l'l4lWin A.--100,136 ltoflr-riek, llnrol--1tl0,l31l,lelil llogers, Mnrilynn- l00,l2H,l1l'l,15l. lfifl,lfi5 Hooks, iillen-l00,1-13,lflti,lt'i6,l6H llopn-r, joseph Dawson-100 Iloss, Elsie I.-100 lioss, liollert fl.-100,186 lluseh, Sue Ann-100 Russel, Jane-lil0,132,l48 llutherforil, Ceorgann-100 llyon, Palriein-100,lZ8,140,149 Salinas, Geraldine-100,135,143,170 Salliotte, Rita E.-100,134,141 156,161 Sands, Kathryn-100,135 Saree, Floyd- Sargeant, Valerie-100,128,134,143, 146,166,168 Scherer, John K.-100 Schneider, James-100 Schultz, Susan L.-100,134,158 Shaeffer, Patricia-100,143 Shea, Dennis-100,136 Shelton, lro T.-100,143,171 Sheils, Margaret-100,123,158 Shoup, Dennis E.-100 Shows, Glenn-100 Simmons, Judy Kay-100,143 Sink, Kenneth-100,128,148,158 Smith, Frederick, Neal-100,186 Smith, Gary-100 Smith. Judith Ann-100 Smith, Ronald B.- Snow, Deborah P.-100,118,122 Sprague, Sandra-100 SOPHOMORES Beam, Kitty J.-104 Beard, Robert -104 Beaton, Ronald-104 Beckman, Jean-104 Belcher, Larry W.-104 Bell, Eileen-104 Bell, Raymond-104 Bennett, Judith-104,143 Bennett, Rex-104 Berger, Linda-104,134,143 Bemstein, Sydna-104 Biddleman, Sue-104,134 Biller, Robert-104 Bisesti, Lucy-104,143 Bishop, Joseph-104,199 Blackbum, Esther-104 Blake, Norrnan-104 Blauth, Michael-104 Bloom, NVill.iam K.- Boggs, Dexter-104 Bolitho, Oliver-104 Bond, Judith Medlock-104,115, 142,146 Bond, Martha-104,119,143,146,210 Bond, Stephen-104,204,205 Bonsey, Joseph-104 Bour, Cherrie-104 Boura, Mary Lee-104,143 Bovee, Carl-104,193 Bower, Karen-104,149 Bowyerf Larry-149,166,168 Boyle, Edward-104 Bozarth, Lois-104 Bozich, Carolyn-104,156 Bragg, Larry-105 Brammer, Georgia-105 Branson, Margaret-105,145 Broderick, YVilliam-105,169 Brouillard, Frederick-105,207,209 Brouse, Arthur-105 Brown, Linda-105,143,145,166 Brown, Nickolas W.-105 Bruger, Robert-105 Buck, Toni A.-105,115,134 Buckner, Vera O.-105,119,142 Bunn, Thomas- Burkhart, Frederick-105 Burns, Robert-105 Burris, VVilliam-105 Bursani, Karen-105 Butler, Donna-171 Spray, Vit-tor 100 Staev, Billie Sue-l00.153.l66,l6H Steehler, Osenr-100,120 Steih, Lois-100 Steinlnnf, Larry-100.12-1 Stephens, Susan L.-lll0 Stiles. Tracy-9l.l0l.llEl, .. Stockdale, Claudia-101 Stoddard, Ronald-lOl Stoj, Janet Mae-101 Stoj. Judith Ann-101 Strange, Pattye L.-101 Strickland, Robert M.-10l,169,166. 187,204,205 Swanson, David-101,149 Sweeny. James-101 Sweeny, John-101 Swope, Edna-101,151 173 Tasker, Diane Lee- Taylor, James A.-101,146,170,186. 206 Taylor, Suzanne D.-101.154 Thibault, Lise J.-101,146 Thimons, Hazel -101,134 Thomas, Barbara-101,144,161 Thomas, Robert G.-l01,l02,118,124. 146,161,187 Thomas, Robert W.-101 Thrasher. Joyce-146 Traub, Donna Trimble, Gary-101,208,209 Trimble, Jnmes G.-101 Tucker, Sally Ann-101,142 Tndhope, George-101 Tnrmnn, Doris-101 Vnil, Shirley-101,142,159 Vauzill, Kert li.- Veuzey, Douglas-l01,138,186,206 Win-htel, Judy Ann-101 VVnrle, lliehnrd-101,186 Vlfngner, lilnine VVngner, Joyee A.-101,171 VVulter, Peggy A.--101,134 W'ulters, John 0.-101 Vlinlton, Nnney-l01,2l0 XVnrrlIow, Pnl Ann-itll VVnslinbulu1l1, llieliard-101,146 W'nIkins, llurolyn-l01,1f13 NVntson, lflleunor-101 Welili, Sharon-101 Weldon, Cnry C.-101 Wells, Dennis-101 Wesley. Wyatt P.-101 Westover, Jill Susan-101 White, Linda L.-101,154,159 Wilder, Ruth E.-101,156 Williams, Flora June-102 Williams, Glenda L.-102,170 Williams, Richard-102,186 Wilson, Arthur-102,128,138,208,209 Wilson, Jim-124 Wilson, Kristie-102,166 VVilson, Martha-102,119,144,161 Wine-ka, Charlene-lO2- VVOodruff, Susan-102,134,148 Woodruff, Thomas-102 Woods, Eileen-102,144 Woods, Elizabeth-102,144 Woodward, Stephen L.-102,160,1 87,192 Wooten, James S.-102 Wright, Kathy-102,170 Yaffin, Richard-102 Yancy, John-102,136 Yerrington, Leslie-102,128 Zelt, Dianna-102 Zarkosky, Carolyn E.-102 Zeokoski, Harriet-102 Zoellner, Arthur-166,168 Caldwell, Trudy-168 Call, Donald-105 Cambridge, Mella J.-105 Campbell, Nadine-105 Campbell, Thomas-105 Carolin, Stanley-105 Carr, James K.-105 Caves, James S.-105 Celli, Carl NV.-105 Celli, Paul A.-105 Chaltraw, Cherryl-105 Chambers, Carol-105 Chapin, Martha-105 Chase, John-105 Chase, Sheila-105,159,161 Chatfield, Carol-155,166,169 212,214 i Chepren, Elaine- Cherry, Janet-105,145 Clark, Carolyn-105,169 Codding, Richard-10-5,115,193,199 Coffinberry, Dennis Coffman, Sandra-105,143 Colangelo, Michael-105,206 Comeau, Sharon-105 Conant, Cheryl-105,145.166,1G7,169 Conley, Barbara-105,142,146 Cooke, Frank-105,118,119 C00per, William, Ir.-105,146,193 Cordss, ,lane-105,146,210,211 Costello, John--105,136,199 Couch, Mary-105 Counts, Herman-105 Counts, Larry K,-105 Cffiifh Marcia-105,143,146 Crismond, Barbara-105,143 Critz, Iohn-105,193 Crosby, Sherry-105,210,211 Cruse, Sharon-105 Cunningham, Gregg-105 Cu.rd, Elizabeth- 05,149,210,2l1 Cutler, Elizabeth-105,119 Davey, Carolyn-105,154,156,159 Davi son, Barbara Jean-105 Davis, Franklin-105,209,205 Davis, Joann-106,143 Davis, Sandra-106 Davis, Shirley-106 Day, Donna Carol-106,l46,149,161 Day, Lawrence-106,136,149 Dekoven, Kathy-106,142,161,170, 210,211 Delay, Martha-106 Dell, Paul-106,146 Deming, Linda- Demint, Gary-106 Demint, George H.-106 Dewitt, George-106,168,204 Dick, Victoria-106 Dickenson, Gregory M.-106 Diemer, Earl B.- Dillow, Larry-106,193,199 Dingly, Frank-106 Dodd, Iudy-106,143,156 Domzalski, Charles-106 Donald, Charles Doore, George-106,208,209 Driscoll, Helen-106 Driskell, William-106,119,146 Dubbeld, Ioan-106 Dubbeld, Patricia C.-106 Duckwall, David-106 Dugue, john-106 Dunbar, David-106,203 Dunn, Norman- Dutcher, Clara Elaine-106,166 Edgar, Virginia-106 Edwards, Mary-106 Easom, Gene-106 Ehrlich, Linda-106,145,215 Ellerman, Lynn-106,166 Ellett, Ronald-106 Ellinwood, Stanley C.-106 Elwell, Elizabeth E.-106 Emery, Carl-106 Emery, Frank-106 Enblom, Peggy A.-106 Englebert, Mary-106,142,161 Esposito, Roben D.-106 Eubanks, Carolyn-106 Eubanks, Marilyn I.-106 Evans, Donia A.-106 Evans, Donna Sue-106,171 Evans, Marsha Louise-106,144 Evans, Robert-106 Fairchild, Charles E.-106 Falkenberg, Anne E.-106,119 Fannin, James-106 Farmer, Martha Lu-106,159 Farnum, Wayne H.-106 Famum, William-106 Farris, Kit Michael-106,205 Fast, Lynda D.-106 Faull, Beverly L.-106,135 Fauls, Margaret-106 Faust, Iacquelin H.-106 Ferdon, Kenneth-106,146 Ferguson, Judith Anne-107 Ferrell, Don- Ferry, Dennis P.-107 Ficocelli, Karen Ann-107,143 Fields, Russell-107 Fisher, Randy-107,193,199 Fitzgerald, Sam-107 Fleszar, Robert-107 Foerch Carol-107 Fogg, Daniel E.-107 Forman, Judith-107 Forrester, Patricia L.-107 Foster, William-107,204 205 Fraser, Iilohn W.-107,149 Friedric , Patricia-107,134 Fruth, Betty I.-107,119 142 Fuerst, William-107 16d Fulkerson, Robert-107 Fullmer, Marjorie R.-107 Gallagher, David-107,204,205 Gantt, William D.-107 Gantz, Robert-107,146 Garrett, Patricia-107 Gatewood, Cecelia D.-107,156,210 Gaither, Allan-107,115 Gear , Michael G.-107 Gedclbs, Sara A.-107 Gcegan, jerry-107 Gerhard, James P.-107 Gcttys, Alfred I.-107,193 Giacohbc, Anthony L.-107 Page Two Hundred Forty "P SOPHOMORES Gibsoriij' Judith-107,142 Gildrie, Richard P.-10-7,209 Gilmour, Ioan-107 Glessner, James F.-107,146 Glover, Patricia Ann-107 Goddard, Linda Gohe, Judith-107 Goss, Donna I.-107,143,156 Gothberg, Astrid N.-107 Graham, Stephanie-107,143,156 Gramm, Dennis-107 Graves, Nancy-107,145,161 Gray, Edward T.-107 Greenlee, Jackie-107 Gregg, Connie-107 Gregory, Susan-142,166,168 Gresh, Meg-l07,115,119,149 Griffin, Thomas-107 Grossberndt, George-107 Growe, Rodney L.-107 Guilfoyle, James-107 Gulliame, Iudith-107 Gulliame, Ronld-107 Gunning, Charles-107 Guy, Louis E.-107,203 Hale, Frederick H.-107,149,160 Hall, Richard-107,208,209 Hall, Stephen-107,203 Hambrick, Paul L.-107 Harfst, Dennis L.-108 Harfst, Thomas-108 Hargreaves, Muriel Hamish, Iacquelyn-135 Harrington, Wade K.-108,115,193,199 Harrison, Beatrice L.-108 Harrison, john-108 Harrison, Nelane L.-108,143 Hartin, James F.-108 Hartin, Vincent-108 Haywood, Georgiann-108 Heck,Rex-108,207,209 Heckerd, Larry-108,166 Hedgepath, Michael-108,193 Henderson, Audrey-108 Henderson, Patricia-108,149 Henry, Diane-108,210,211,215 Henry, Robert C.-108 Henson, Linda-108 Herrick, Carolyn- Hersey, Lee-108 Hicks, William-108 Hieber, Susan-108 Hiley, Glenda-108,143,156,210 Hiller, Joseph-108 Hiney, Janice-108,115,119, 143,149,161 Hodgson, David-108.205 Hofmann, John-108 115,149 Holden, Charles-1049 Hollind, Beverly-108,168 Holmes, Mary Ellen-108 Holton, Linda-108,161 Holzhammer, Barbara-l08,135,146, 161 Hood, Rebecca-108,134,148 Hooks, Roy- Hopkins, Frances-108 Hopper, David-108,201,205 Home, Marilyn-108 Horton, Connie M.-108 Houseman, Carole-108 Howard, Charles L.-108,193 Howell, Mary-108 Howland, Helen Ruth-108 Huber, Bonnie-108 Huber, Daniel R.-108 Hunt, John-108,170 Hurley, Ioseph-108 Hurn, Susan-108 Hyde, Donald-108 ott Gail A 108185 I , 1 .- , . Irvin, Michael R.-108 Jackson, Katherine E.-108,164 acohson, Mar clich, Linda ill.-l08,134,143,146 i-ns:-n, Ki-nneth N.-108,119, 193,199 it-rnnu-, Cheryl L.-108 149 ohndrow, Francis R.-108 ohnsun, Currlr-ll A.-108 ohnson, llivhnrtl-108 ohnson, Robert-108 ohnson, Stcvun C.-109 iollcy, Guy Anne- onvs, Anclrun. M.-l09,143,l46,161 joru-s, llurlmra-109 jones David-l09,l5G,lfi6, 169 jones, joxmm--109 orclxin, Sumlru-109 oscphson, Beverly Ann-109,119 jump, Garry-109,106,168 K1l.l'llf,'Ill3I'l'g, Iohn-109 Kalmlmvh, Davirl-109 Kaufman, Robert-109,193,206 Keating, Judith-109 Keck, Susan-143,150 Koller, William A.-109,199,206 Kcllcy, Ilurlmru-109,161 Kc-lluy, Diane-l09,146,2l0,2l1 Kelley, Kuthlci-n-l09,143,161 Kc-mp, Rohvrt S.-109,208,209 K1-nflnll, Kntlivriru--109,148,146 Kennedy, Richard-109 Kenner, Linda-109 Kerr, Dianne-109,145 Kerr, Donald- Kersey, Judith-109,215 Kessinger, Ethel- Kidd, Robert-109,206 Kimmel, Frank- Kimmins, Sandra-109,159 Kincaid, Donna-109 Kindel, Marjorie-109,143,161 King, Sharon-109 Kirk, Frank-l09,149,193, 201,205 Klimowicz, Teresa R.--109 Knowles, Lynford-109 Knowlton, David-109,206,209, 208 Kowalski, Ruth Ann-109 Kraus, Mary-l09,l42,214,215 Kummerer, Neil- E.-109 Kuypers, Linda- A.-109 Laabs, Linda-109 Labrant, Richard-109 Land, Sharon-109,142 Landreth, Addena- Langford, Joseph-109 Larimer, Judith-109 Larson, Iames-109,115,l93,199 Laurie, Patrick-109 Law, Iames-109 Lawrence, Michael-109,146 Lawsure, Judith-109 Layman, Daniel-109 Lee, Thomas-109 Leemond, Sharon-109 Legrant, Sharon,-109,169 Lentz, Axel- Leonard, Benny L.- Leone, Wayne-109 Lester, Ronald-109 Lettelleir, joseph-109,115,193,209 Leverock, Jeanette-109 Lewis, Peter-109,119,193 Lilienthal, Bruce-l09,146, 166,169,208,209 Lindsay, Stephen-109,199 Lobue, Diane-110 Lock, Albert- Long, Lucille-110 Loomis, Richard A.- Lopez, Della- Lord, Charles-110 Lozier, Margaret-110,142 Ludy, Kelly Ann-110 Lundbeck, Violet-110,166,168 Lyons, David-110,20-3, Lyons, Dennis-110 McCall, Patricia-110,143 McCormick, Barbara-110,115,142 McCrary, Harriet-110,134,145 McCrimmon, Don-110,166 McCurdy, Angie-110 McDaniel, james-110 McDonald, John-110 McDonnell, David-110 McFarlin, Robin-110,169 McGlothin, jean-110,135,143 McGuire, Sharon-110 McKee, Allen-110 McKenzie, Nancy-110,143 McLaughlin, Diane-110,161 Mc-Laughlin, Kathleen-110 McLean, Brent-110 McNeely, Ray-110,171 Mcqgiarry, John-110,204,205 Mac ey, Susan-110 Mahoney, John-110 Mann, Penelope-110,215 Marlcr, Carole-110,143 Maru, Patricia-110 Marsh, Lucinda-110 Martin, Ernest- Mnrtin, Frumlcrick-110 Martin, lvlnry jane-110,115, 119,143,146 Musa-hinu, Liiri -110,209 Mathis, Holm--1'10,1-13 Mnycrs, Limln-110 R1I'SSl'I'lj.Zl'l', Judith-110 Mosscr, 'l'4'ri-sa-110 Michal-1, Clluirlvs Milclcn, Chnrlotti' Miller, iiurnlv-110 Mill:-r, Kurt-u-110 Milla-r, Kuy-110.134.1421-19 Miuvr liiuclu Lu-110,156,161 Mimi--, Wnllncv-110 193 Milt-lu-ll, llrum'-1l0,lGfl,l09, Milvl11'll, Wllylll' 1111 Moulinrl. 1'lllXVlll'l1 -1 10,1951 Minnie-y, Mury Lou- llil lN11lHl'l', liurry 110 lX1um'c-, 'l'luuuns 110,171 Morpruu, Suiuuvlf 110 Murli- , llivhurnl-lll1,19S, 20-if Morrissey, ilyulhiu ll0,l-Ill lN1lll'l1'llSl'll, Doris -110 Mull, llulu-lu Mount, llurry--110 Mau-Ili-r, lliuuu - l 10,137,215 hllll'll1'l', ljilllllll lll,l137,2l5 Mullins, jiuu-1 fl ll Mluphlly, Daniel-111 Muta, Sharon-111 Nelsone Mary 3101411 901' 9" 1I51Zif6nd0rf,gsandra-111,115,119, 134,143,145 Neville, Michael-111 Newcity, Carol Ann-111 Newton, David-111,193,208,209 Nichols, Jo Ann-111,210,211 Nixon, Robert C.-111,159 Noel, Carol Jean-111 Nofs, David-111,133 Norris, David-111,193 Norris, Nancy-111,143 Nugent, Ralph C.-111 O'Connor, Bonnie-111,143 Ogletree, Martha-111 O'Hearn, David-111 Oleson, Vemon-111 Olicieri, Jean M.- Olsen, Tobina-111 Olson, Edmund-111,119 Omasta, Robert Paiares, Barbara-111 Palmer, Donald Rai'-111 Palmer, Sallffilll, 46,158 Panzarella, o Panzer, Russell-111,204,205 Parker, Diana-l11,143, Parker, Virginia-111 Parsons, Ronald Partelo, David-111 Peel, John-111 Pendley, Donnie-111,206 Perlmutter, Karen-111 Persson, Ray-111 Pethe, Lohn-111 Philbric , Martirx Philgot, Glenda- Pieh , Jack E.-111 Pitten er, Gill-111 Pivinsii, Sherrie-111 Plecker, Carol-111,115 Pneuman, Carol-111 Podner, Margo-111 Polk, Carroll-111 Prescott, Janice-111,146 Priest, Phyllis-111 Quinette, Gary A.-111 Raines, Brenda-111,158,210,211 Raynor, Harrilee-111,215 Redman, Franis-111,193 Reeger, Ralph-111 Rehmer, Robert-111 Reinhardt, Joseph-111,193 Renaud, Robert M.-111 Renn, Dianna-111,164 Reynolds, Caryl A.-111,145,156 Rhodes, William I.-111,204 Rice, Everett-112,154 Rich, Barbara-112,137 Richards, Kenneth-112,171 Rileigh, james-112,157 Robbins, Barry-112 Robins, Daniel-112 Robinson, XVilliain F.-112 Roesch, Janet-112,145 Roesch, Susan L.-112,145,161 Rogers, Milton-103,112,119, 146,193 Rogers, Paul Allen-112 Romer, Richard I.-112 Rose. 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