Northeast High School - Viking Log Yearbook (St Petersburg, FL)
- Class of 1964
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In September of 1963, we boarded our Viking ship,
S. S. NEHI, and embarked on one of the most important
voyages of our lives-our senior year. We had prepared
for this voyage all our lives. Wfith Mr. Sexton as our
captain and the teachers as the officers We, the crew,
were in capable hands throughout our journey. Did We
make the most of our opportunities? It will not be long
before We will know. The ship is rapidly approaching
port, and we, the Senior Class of 1964, will soon dis-
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The interest Mr. XViIs0n has in his suivivct stimulates the interests
of his classes.
For your ability to conduct a class in a firm
but relaxed mood . . .
For your never-ending concern for aII
students . . .
For your outstanding wit and sense of
humor . . .
For the many extra hours you contribute
to Viking activities . . .
We dedicate this, the 1964 VIKING LOG,
MR. EARL WILSON
Mr. XVils0n,s school spirit is put to work by sponsoring the Pep
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Features T T 250
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Let the word go forth from this time and place, to
. friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passe
a new generation of Americans . . .
John F. Kennedy
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The members of the D.C T Club sold Cokes at our home games
NEHI,s majorettes were outstand-
ing in all half-time performances.
The Goncloliers have acquired an excellent reputation for themselves and the school
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Mr. Sexton 's Message
I have been asked by the staff of our yearbook to
reminisce a little through the years.
First I would like to say I have met a lot of fine
young people who have walked, and sometimes run,
through these hallowed halls. Their parents, too, have
been wonderful, as together they have donated many
dollars and worked many hours so that those coming
later might have a football field, a latex-topped track, a
baseball diamond, a swimming pool, a research lab,
more library books, and many other additions to our
campus. They will always be a part of our school, and
for many years when they pass I hope they have that
glow of satisfaction when they view their past accom-
To think back, though, I remember the day the
School Board asked that the student body be called to-
gether to suggest a name for our school, other than
Northeast. You can imagine their reactions, because they
had researched the word "Northeast" and had decided
on Viking Log for the yearbook, Nofeaster for the news-
paper, Vikings as the emblem, and scarlet and cream for
our colors. Needless to say, the three suggestions made
by all the students were N ortheast, Northeast, and North-
east, and they wrote and wired our School Board to re-
tain our present name, which the Board so graciously
There followed flag presentations and school dedi-
cation on December 12, 1954 - Rick Rados scored the
first Viking touchdown - our first play, "Turn Back the
Clockv - the first National Honor Society tapping and
initiation - the big auction for polio - the old victory
flag - our first Baccalaureate and Graduation came in
rapid succession that first year - and the first Iunior-
Senior Prom at the Palais Royal, and was it ever a hot
one - temperaturewise.
Fifteen of our original teaching staff are still here.
Mrs. Winfree, our bookkeeper, and Mrs. Hicks, our caf-
eteria manager, have been with us for ten years - so has
Sarge of the custodial staff.
Soundings first appeared in 1956 - Honors Banquets
started the first year - the first April Fool edition was a
knockout. A Code of Ethics was passed by Student Coun-
cil - our clubs kept expanding according to need. The
Class of 1959 put the Viking Head on the auditorium -
DCT and the tree transplanting program - the apparent
mold for cheerleaders, just the right size and pretty. The
Science Fairs and the fabulous trips our youngsters have
taken as prize winners - valedictorians and salutatorians
over the years - the beautiful young ladies and the hand-
some young men who have graduated from here make
one feel proud - the many compliments we have re-
ceived from colleges on the type of youngsters we are
sending them. Memories are wonderful, but you do not
have the space for me to continue, so I must close with
this final thought. You have all been wonderful. I have
followed most of you after graduation and I deem it a
great pleasure to have known you.
Educator Guides Northeast
Northeast has as its principal a prominent national
educator, Mr. john M. Sexton. During his thirty years as
a teacher and a principal, he has worked to improve
standards of education.
Mr. Sexton received his Bachelor of Science degree
in Education from De Paul University and his Master of
Science degree in Education from Drake University. He
began his teaching career in his hometown, Albia, Iowa,
where he taught and coached football for three years.
He also taught in Des Moines, Iowa, for five years be-
fore coming to St. Petersburg, Florida. Here he taught
and coached for five years and was principal of South
Side Junior High School from 1948-1954. VVhile at South
Side, Mr. Sexton was voted life membership in the Con-
gress of Parent-Teacher Associations. In 1954 he was
chosen to be the principal of the city's newest high
Mr. Sexton has held several important positions in
educational organizations. He has been director and
chairman of the Florida Education Association Depart-
ment of Secondary School Principals. He is a member of
the Continuing Educational Council of Florida, the FEA
Committee on Teacher Education and Professional Stand-
ards, the Florida Committee of the Southern Associa-
tion of Colleges and Secondary Schools, and the South-
wide Committee on Evaluation of the Southern Associa-
Mr. Sexton's career of dedicated service to educa-
tion culminated in his election to the office of president
of the National Association of Secondary School Princi-
pals, a branch of the National Education Association. He
served on the executive committee of the NASSP before
taking office this year as president. ln this capacity Mr.
Sexton will continue his work for the betterment of sec-
FLOYD T. CHRISTIAN
Board Works To Strengthen Pinellas School System
Twice monthly the Pinellas County School Board
meets in Clearwater. Since 1912, when the Board con-
sisted of three members, it has grown into a strong body
of seven dedicated civic leaders. Appointed and directed
by the Board is the Superintendent of Schools, who is
the general administrator of the county school system,
presently Floyd T. Christian. Through constant evalua-
tion and long range planning, the Board strives to
strengthen the local educational system.
All policies, rules, and regulations for all the schools
of the county must be handled by the School Board.
W'hen making local rulings, they must remember the de-
sires of local residents, as well as the state laws. As the
School Board studies problems, recommendations, quali-
fications of personnel, and approval of textbooks and cur-
riculum, they must remember that the voters hold them
responsible for managing the county schools as effective-
ly and economically as possible.
SCHOOL BOARD-SEATED FROM LE FT: Mildred Day, Elwin Vevier, Marjorie
Whitley, jane Manson. STANDING: William Williams, Charles Helman, Iarnes
Hendry, Edward Turville
Dean of Girls
MERLE H. MORGAN
Dean of Boys
Viking Deans Counsel Students, Assist Adminsfrafion
VVhether signing admits to classes, checking the le-
gality of class and club projects, or conferring with stu-
dents on pressing and important problems, the deans of
Northeast are eager to give assistance to the Viking stu-
dent body and faculty. Although their jobs encompass a
range of duties and responsibilities, Mrs. Marilyn Hem-
inger and Mr. Merle Morgan are able to personally
confer with students who are troubled by the courses
they are taking.
Mr. Morgan and Mrs. Heminger work
In order to be respected and accepted by both fac-
ulty and student body, administrators such as these must
be close to a school. Mr. Morgan and Mrs. Heminger
are willing to share a good joke or discuss the latest
game. With the help of our capable deans, all Vikings
have the opportunity for excellent guidance and assist-
ance at Northeast.
closely together to help the student body.
The guidance department at Northeast aids students
in planning their high school careers to suit their indi-
vidual needs, whether or not they plan to continue edu-
cation after graduation. Those who plan to enter college
may receive infonnation and assistance from the guid-
ance counselors concerning colleges, testing programs.
and scholarships. Students who are unsure about their
career choice may secure information about the various
professions. Those who plan to enter the labor force im-
mediately after graduation also find the guidance serv-
ices helpful. The primary function of the guidance de-
pzgtrnent is to help the individual student to help him-
The members of the office staff are a necessity to
the smooth functioning of the school. Mrs. Winfree, the
bookkeeper, and her assistant, Mrs. Spears, are responsible
for all monetary transactions. Mrs. Huff and Mrs.
Mason act as secretaries for the general school and Mr.
Mrs. Trigg, the registrar, makes sure that the rec-
ords of all students are complete. She handles schedule
changes and sees to it that students will have the proper
number of credits to graduate.
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F ERRIS POST MARY ANN MEEHAN
BERTHA WINF REE PAULINE SPEARS
Bookkeeper Bookkeeper's Assistant
And Contribute To Smooth Functioning Of School
LOIS MASON DOROTHY HUFF
The English department strives to develop in the
student the ability to think and communicate clearly and
effectively. A strong program in English usage and gram-
mar is offered. Writing is stressed to develop both crea-
tive abilities and evaluative powers.
Through analysis of the classics, students are led
DEPARTMENT to discrimination in reading tastes and in their judg-
HEAD ments of contemporary literature. Oral reports fumish
opportunities for research, organization of material, and
effective presentation. Through audio-visual materials,
listening activities also enrich the language arts program.
Northeast offers its ablest students an honors pro-
gram stressing critical analysis of classic literature. Atten-
tion is drawn to the merits of contemporary literature,
and encouragement given to wide reading. Correlation
between literature and the fine arts is noted. Creative
NC?RMi,L'iUgE and expository writing as well as formal study develop
Cofiggi? B331 skill in semantics.
English Department Develops Clear And Effective
THELMA ROBINSON JOHN HUMPHREYS
Elmira College, A.B. Merrimack College, A.B.
English IV English IV
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ALICE O. KRESS ROBERT ROGERS ALINE L. HOSTLER
Marshall University, A.B. Westem Kentucky Illinois State
English IV State College, A.B. University, B.Ed.
Murray State College, M.A. University of
English IV Illinois, M.A.
HAROLD W. CARROLL
Duke University, A.B.
University, B.A., M.A.
MARY S. BALDWIN
University of Florida, A.B.
Communication Through Language Arts Program. . . . .
A. B. WINDHAM TINA N. BIERLY CHARLES W. BROCDON
University of North University of South University of Southern
Carolina, A.B. Carolina, B. A. Mississippi, B.S., M.S.
English III English III, English III
Mrs. Robinson lectures on the Anglo-Saxon Period.
C. ALLEN CEYER SARAH E. ALLEN HELEN M. FANNIN PHYLLIS RODGERS
Wheaton College, B,A. Carson-Newman, B.A. Barat College, B.A. Westem Reserve
Drake University, M.A. English II English II University, A.B., M.A.
English II, III English II
Of Reading, Writing, Speaking, And Listening
PAUL JENKINS PAULA N. MUSTOE CYNTHIA W. BORDEN W. CARY CHAPIN
University of University of University of Troy State
Kentucky, B.A. Florida, B.S. Florida, B.A. Colle e, B.S.
University of English III English II English II
Sophomores take tests to measure their verbal aptitudes.
Emporia State College, B.S.
University of Kansas
S phonic, Concert,
Carle? and Dance Bands,
The music department, under the direction of Mr.
Eugene Beeman and Mr. Dale Stonecipher, covers a
wide area in the musical field, including fine points of
skill, technique, and performance. The curriculum is
geared to help the student acquire musical taste and dis-
crimination with the hope of enrichment in his adult life.
Choral and ensemble work gives the student an op-
portunity to train his voice and to use the acquired skills
for the interpretation of a Wide variety of music from the
early classics to modem popular music.
This year Northeast has four excellent bands and
an orchestra representing it at sports events, parades, dis-
trict and state contests, and on the concert stage.
Both band and choral music study are designed to
include music theory, literature, and skills of composi-
tion, thus creating an appreciation of all forms of music
and of its importance in our culture.
Students Acquire Musical Taste ln Chorus And Band
Mr. Stonecipher works for choir to produce desired effect.
DALE W. STONECIPHER
State, B.S. gh :til
of Music, Mus. M.
Concert, Sophomore Choirs,
Mixed Chorus, General
ERNEST R. ROSS
Greenville College, A.B.
Miami COhioJ University, M.Ed
HELEN R. STAMPER
College of William
and Mary, A.B.
Marshall University, M.A.
The math department at Northeast, directed by Mr
Ross, offers courses ranging from basic applied mathe
matics to higher pure mathematics.
In general math and business math students leam
to apply mathematics to the problems that occur in ev
eryday and commercial life. In Algebra I, II, and III
students learn to perform calculations by means of let
ters and symbols. Students who are interested in figures
and dimensions may take plane geometry, solid geome
try, or a combined course. This year School Mathematics
Study Group geometry has been added to the curriculum
The SMSG course uses a more modern and mathematical
ly sound approach to the traditional concepts of geometry
One of the higher math courses is trigonometry, the study
of relations of the sides and angles of triangles Senior
math, an honors course, includes trigonometry and an
introduction to higher math topics. Through this program
students have become more familiar with the different
branches of mathematics.
Department Offers Curriculum Including
MILDRED E. FORTUNE MARLIN BROWN
Albright College, B.S. Livingston State
Algebra II College, B.S.
University of Alabama, M.A.
Algebra III, Trig,
HENRY S. FRAZE HELEN M. WEBSTER
University of Florida West Virginia
Florida, B.S.E. University, A.B
Algebra II Florida State
A. CHARLES MINER BARBARA 1. GLIHA VINCENT T. CANNON
University of North Indiana State University of
Carolina, A.B., M.Ed. College, B.S. Rhode Island, B.S.
Business Math, SMSG Geometry General Math,
Algebra I Plane Geometry Algebra I
Both Basic And Advanced Topics
Mr. Ross uses a visual aid to illustrate a geometric concept. SCOTT.MCDLL
ALICE E. SIMS
Kentuclgg M .A.
. Miss Sims gives directions for a reading drill.
Beading classes benefit students through enlarging
their vocabularies while increasing their reading speeds
and skills. This area of study aids students in scholastic
progress and helps to prepare the college-bound student
for more advanced study.
Reading, Speech, And Drama Work To Develop Skills
Through studying production technique and actual
character portrayal drama classes stimulate an appre-
ciation for the art of drama, its history, and literature
The speech department offers students the basics of cor- ROBERT B CHALLENGER
rect conversational and formal speech, oral composition, '
and ease in presentation through preparing and pre- of Technology,
senting speeches. B.F,A., M.F.A.
S eech II, IV, Public
' Spealging, Drama Workshop
Mri Challener aids drama students in the oral interpretation of
a p ay.
BARBARA C. FRANCIS
Speech I, III
GENEVIEVE M. SHRUM
College of Wooster, B.A.
The language department at Northeast, under the
leadership of Mrs. Shrum, includes four languages in its
curriculum: French, Latin, German, and Spanish. Three
years of French and four years of Latin are offered. One
of the courses added this year is German III. Spanish V,
an honors course, is also new this year.
In the modem language courses students learn to
converse in the language. The language workshop, now
located in the new wing, provides an opportunity for
students to improve their conversation and comprehen-
sion. The workshop has thirty student booths and a
teacher console. Four of the booths are equipped so that
students may record their voices on tape. The teacher
can play as many as three different programs simultane-
ously to students in the workshop.
Through the language program students learn about
the cultures of foreign countries, as well as the lan-
Language Students Improve Conversation ln Workshop
CARMINE R ZINN ARMANDO I. ALONSO JOYCE M. McDILL ROGER K. DARDENNE
Florida State University Wake Forest College, B.A. University of
University, B.A. of Havana, Ph.D. German, I. II, III Pittsburgh, B.S.
Spanish II Spanish III, IV, V French I Northwestem University,
CLYDE W. BENNETT
Latin I, II, III, IV
French I, II, III, IV
Mrs. Zinn repeats a difficult passage for students in the language
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Art I, II, III, IV
Mr. Fink points out some important facts in sculpturing.
. MIN HELEN R.
Aubum University, B.S.
College, M.A., Ed.S.
Arts and Crafts I, II
The art department, under the leadership of Mr.
Henry Fink, offers excellent training for students in-
terested in art, crafts, shop work, and mechanical draw-
At Northeast, four years of art ranging from a study
of fundamentals of lettering, design, poster making, por-
trait drawing, and landscape painting in Art I to the
specilization of advanced design and painting, is offered
in Art III and Art IV. The main objective of arts and
Art III and Art IV. The main objective of arts and
crafts courses is to acquire knowledge and skill in the
design and construction of three dimensional objects.
Through such fields as electronics, acrylics, and rnold-
ed fibers, industrial arts teachers strive to help their
students understand the products and services of indus-
try, find self-expression through planning and construct-
ing projects, and gain self-reliance, self-discipline, and
appreciation of good workmanship.
Art Department Program
Miss Hollingsworth helps student use arts and crafts equipment.
WILLIAM R. MCNEIL
Union College, B.S.
Stout Institute, M.S.
Includes Varied Courses
Mr. McNeil checks finished product for true straightness.
Mr. Buchaus assists a student in drawing a set of plans.
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ESTHER H. DOBBINS
U. of New York, B.S.
Home Economics I,
and Family Finance
The home economics department, directed by Mrs.
Esther Dobbins, plays a vital part in preparing the young
women of Northeast for their domestic roles of the fu-
The required Home Economics I course is designed
to provide a general background in the areas of cooking,
nutrition, sewing, textiles, and family life. The special-
ized courses for the second year include child develop-
ment, clothing and textiles, and management and family
Not only does the future homemaker acquire essen-
tial skills, but she also attains a sufficient background
to formulate for herself a workable philosophy of person-
al and family life.
Home Economics Prepares Girls For Domestic Roles
VARENA L. BLATTNER
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LUCY M. LANPHEAR
Geneseo State Teachers
Library, Audio-Visual Now Located In New Rooms
The tenth anniversary of Northeast finds the library
in a new home. All supplementary learning materials -
books, magazines, newspapers, filmstrips, tapes, and rec-
ords - are available in the new material center.
The main library has a reference corner for serious
research, a magazine area for leisure reading of current
materials, a sound proof room for committee work or
class use of library facilities, a behind-the-scenes work-
room, stacks for the present collection and future ex-
pansion, and a large circulation area for fast service. Two
soundproof booths enable teachers and students to enjoy
the growing collection of tapes and records.
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Agnes Scott College, B.A.
The addition of an A-V workroom in the material
center has made it possible to expand and improve this
phase of library services. Except for the film projectors,
all A-V equipment is stored here and sent out for class-
room use. Also, teachers preview films here, transparen-
cies and other visual aids are made, and tapes are cut.
All these areas have been designed with the busy
Vikings in mind to give maximum service to all.
Mrs. Anderson demonstrates proper use of audio-visual equipment.
GEORGE N. RAYMOND
Grove City College, B.S.
The science department, under the direction of Mr.
Raymond, provides a variety of courses in order to meet
the needs of students at all levels.
In biology students learn the basic concepts of plant
and animal life. Those who wish to continue their study
of biology may take advanced biology, which includes
the fundamental principles of heredity and genetics. In
physiology students study human anatomy and body
functions. The two beginning chemistry courses are
Chemistry B, the standard high school course, and Chem-
istry A, a more detailed study stressing laboratory tech-
niques. Students who plan to continue their study of
chemistry in college may take advanced chemistry or do
independent research. Physical science is a general course
which includes basic chemical theory and fundamental
physics concepts. In physics students do extensive labora-
tory work in the mechanical aspects of science. Through
the science program at Northeast, students have gained
new knowledge of the scientific world.
Science Program Includes A Variety Of Courses
KENNETH W. PSCHORR
St. Norberts College, B.S.
ROBERT A. HUNTER
Maryville College, B.A.
EDWARD P. ALLEN SUSAN C. POPEIOY GEORGE EFTHEMES
Oberlin College, A.B. University of West Liberty State
University Of Kansas, B.S.E. College, AB-
Florida, M.Ed. Biology Biology
DONALD L. ABRAHAM
Purdue University, B.S.
Ball State Teacher's
Physics, 'Physical Science
Mr. Efthemes adjusts slide so that student may get a better view of specimen.
WVALTER M. SVVAN
State College, B.S.E.
Indiana University, M.S.Ed.
Concord College, B.S.E.
RAYNIOND D. KUHL
The physical education department, directed by Mr.
Lee Benjamin, gears its program to include a wide va-
riety of sports and the development of important char-
In the course of fulfilling the two-year physical ed-
ucation requirement, a student may participate in several
DEPARTMENT different sports, including football, golf, basketball, ten-
HEAD nis track baseball, trampoline, soccer, archery, and
swimming? Also, an important emphasis is placed on the
value of physical fitness through a regular exercise pro-
Through his individual and group participation, a
student gains a knowledge of sports fundamentals, a
playing skill, the ability to think and act quickly under
stress, and the satisfaction of fair and honest competi-
tion. The instructors also endeavor to guide the student
LEE BEN AMIN
F101-idasjtafe toward good health habits, good sportsmanship, and
University, B.S., M.S.
wholesome thinking and living.
Physical Education Promotes Fitness, Sportsmanship
BWKIEN2I:hAE.S0P DAVID A. HALL
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State College, B.S.
PhYS1Ca1 E 11035011 Peabody College, M.A., Ed.S.
Miiss Freeman grades students in accordance with standards of President Kennedy's Physical
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MARGARET A PHILLIPS BARBARA ANN FREEMAN JEAN W. FOSTER
University of Winthrop College, B.S. West Virginia
Florida B S M S Physical Education University, B.S.
Physical Education University of
Driver Education Teaches Sporfsmanlike Driving
The driver education department, through the ef-
forts of instructors Mr. Iohn Ash and Mr. Tom Zachary,
is designed not only to help one obtain a license, but
also to instill in each student common sense of driving
and a knowledge of road hazards and how to contend with
them. The course includes a study of highway regula-
tions, car mechanics, and good driving procedure. A
graduate of the course is one skilled in the fundamentals
and capable of accepting the responsibilities of driving.
Mr. Ash tests a student's depth perception.
MARIE M. SHEPPARD
Peabody College, M.A.
Typing I, II
The business education department at Northeast, un-
der the direction of Mrs. Sheppard, trains students to
understand and live in a world controlled by economic
factors and provides specific vocational training for stu-
dents who plan to work in office occupations.
Typing I, Typing II, personal typing, Shorthand I,
Shorthand II, bookkeeping, and transcription are among
the courses which teach basic office skills. Notehand is
a course designed for the college-bound student who
wishes to take more complete and accurate notes. It also
includes study habits for college life and preparation
for college lectures. The legal aspects of business are
studied in business law. In the salesmanship course stu-
dents leam proper sales techniques and the basic prin-
ciples of business.
Students who participate in the program of the busi-
ness department are well prepared for office and busi-
Business Department Curriculum Offers Training In
Syracuse University, B.S.
EARL R. WILSON
East Tennessee State
Miss Balasso introduces new notehand character.
MARY ANN TALLEY WILLIAM W. MANN ANGELA L. BALASSO
University of Teachers Coll. of University of
Florida, B.S.E. Conn., B.S., Alabama, M.A. Florida, F S.E.
Typing I, Bus. Law, Typing I, Notehand,
Shorthand I Salesmanship Shorthand II,
Basic Office Skills And Other Aspects Of Business
CAROL B. cooPE
Florida state R E. RACHEL HARLESS
University, B,S. Marshall University, A.B.
Typing I Shorthand I,
Shorthand I TYDUIS I
Mr. Wilson patiently takes time out to answer a student's question.
0. R. NETTLESHIP
Ill. State Normal
U. of Illinois, M.S.
Am. Govt., Bus. Math
The curriculum of the social studies department, un-
der the direction of Mr. Nettleship, is planned to meet
the needs of students in this nuclear age. Students gain
more understanding of the present through the past in
American history and world history. In Bible history stu-
dents leam to appreciate the literature and beauty of the
Bible. Students explore the human mind and the relation
of the individual to his environment in psychology. Sev-
eral courses which concern the world at present are of-
fered. They include American govemrnent, economics,
and world geography. Contemporary history, which was
added to the curriculum this year, combines the required
Americanism versus Communism course with the study
of current world affairs. The social studies department
has used team teaching and educational television with
great success in several of these courses.
The social studies program at Northeast prepares
students to accept their responsibilities as citizens in to-
day's complex world.
Social Studies Program Planned For Nuclear Age
Mr. Lovell emphasizes important point in Greek history.
LURA MAE DUNN
Maryville College, A.B.
REX MUSCRAVE JAMES V. GUNNIN
University of University of
Florida, B.A.E. Alabama, B.S., M.A.
Contemporary History American History
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FAYE P. RICKER
U. of Florida, M.A.
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DOROTHY ADAMS LORAN WARD DANIEL CHUM
University of Concord College, B.S., University of
Miami, B.S. West Virginia Florida, B.S., M.Ed.
World History University, M.S. Contemporary History,
American History American History
Mr. Musgrave wams against the evils of Communism.
SAMUEL L. ROUND VOSE D. PNEUMAN
Florida State U., B.S.,
U. of Florida, M.Ed.
NED B. LOVELL
Tor W. JONES
Butler University, B.S
RALPH G. WILLIAMS
Wayne State U., B.S.
U. of Michigan, M.A.
The department of Cooperative Training, headed
by Mr. XVilliams, offers two programs, Diversified C0-
operative Training CDCTD and Distributive Education
CDED for juniors and seniors who wish to receive on-
the-job training while attending school. Part of the
time spent in school is devoted to study related to the
job and the rest is devoted to other subjects.
In the DCT program students are trained for ca-
reers in almost any occupation, depending on the limits
of their abilities and job availability.
Students are trained for careers in retailing, Whole-
saling, marketing, and service fields in the DE program.
which is coordinated by Mr. Forr.
Because of the training they receive in these pre-
grams, DCT and DE students are well prepared to
make the transition from high school to the world of
work. Follow-up studies have shown that most of them
become outstanding employees in their respective jobs.
Students Attend School, Work In DCT, DE Programs
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
From left to right: Elizabeth Taylor, treasurer, Pat Murphy, secretary, Nancy Vogt, vice presi-
dent, Lee Granger, president.
We, the class of 1964, came to Northeast with the
traditional confusion of sophomores, but we soon be-
came accustomed to high school life. VVe chose Cordon
Salisbury to lead our class that year. Our Homecoming
float, the result of much hard work, was a great success.
Our junior varsity basketball team won the county cham-
pionship. The year ended with our sophomore party,
which had an Hawaiian theme.
VVhen we returned as juniors, we were faced with
our all-important project - the Prom. We sold pompoms,
collected dues, and staged a talent show to raise money.
Under the leadership of Vaughn McCarthy, our presi-
dent, and the committee chairmen, the Prom was care-
fully planned and carried out. The long-awaited night
arrived, and the gym was transformed by the beautiful
wall murals depicting the "Four Seasons."
We were seniors at last when we returned to school
the following September. We chose Lee Granger, Nan-
cy Vogt, Pat Murphy, and Liz Taylor as our class offi-
cers. VVe accepted the responsibilities of seniors and un-
dertook our projects with great enthusiasm. We pro-
duced a colorful Homecoming and an unforgettable Class
Night. W'hen the year drew to a close, the impressive
graduation ceremonies signified the end of our high
school careers and the beginning of our adult lives.
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Mrs. Fortune Mr. Humphreys Mr. McDill
Mrs. Robinson Mr. Ross Mrs. Shnim
Carol Bowden Colly Devine
Pete Pardoll and Marsha Goheen
CAP AND GOWN WAYS AND MEANS CLASS NIGHT INVITATIONS AND
Martha Hayes David Lambrecht Vaughn McCarthy ANNOUNCEMENTS
Seniors Will Long Remember. .
Homecoming. . .
The wood we hauled away . . .
The Junior-Senior Prom .......
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The float that tumed out so beautifully . . .
The transformation of the gym into The Four Seasons . . .
The Building of Our Dream
How we worked for this pool . . .
The excitement when Reggie was chosen head cheer- Wvhen the SGCr6f WSHPOH Hgai11Sf Sf. Pete- High WHS
leader , , , revealed . . .
PAMELA MARIE ABDILL ROBERT WILLIAM ACHEE JACK FRANCIS ACKER
Burlington, New Iersey New York, New York Greenville, South Carolina
Library Club, Pep Squad. Lettermen's Club, Crosscountry Red Cross Representative.
Team, Swimming Team I Cali-
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MARIE ACQUAVIV A
Brooklyn, New York
C.A.A.g C.E.C.g F.B.L.A.g
ALICE HELENE ADAMS
Brooklyn, New York
Drama Workshop, Wig and
M a s kg G.A.A.g Swimming
Teamg N.F.L.g Prom Entertain-
ment and Refreshments, Co-
MARY DIANE ADAMS
Brooklyn, New York
Keyettsg G.A.A.g Red Cross
Representative, Wig and Mask,
Swirmning T e a mg F.H.A.g
N.F.L.g Prom Band and Re-
WILLIAM C. ALDRICH
Future Business Leaders of
America, Red Cross Represent-
DAVID ALEXANDER MARGARET RENEE ALLEN SALLY JANE ALLEN
Ravenna, Ohio Chicago, Illinois Penn Yan, New York
Concert C h o i rg Sophomore Concert Choir, F.H.A.g Pep F-B-L-A-5 Wig and MRSIG Li-
Choirg Pep Squad. Squad, brary Club, Red Cross Repre-
TERRY L. ALLISON
Ft. Wayne, Indiana
Cos Cob, Connecticut
Future Business Leaders of
Concert Choir, Gondoliers, Red
America, Spanish Club III, Cross Representative.
BARBARA ANDERSON VICKI ANDERSON CAROL ARNOLD ELY ARTS
Winston Salem, North Carolina Kalamazoo, Michigan Ch'Ca80, Illinois Brooklyn, New York
French Club, Pep Squad, Squad Red Cross Representative. PCP Squad! T79-till Club? S0Ph- Red C I' 0 S S Representative
Leader. Party Decorastrons Comm. Basketball, Mgr.
CARY ALAN ATER DANA ELIZABETH BAER
Springfield, Ohio Johnstown, Pennsylvania
A-V Club, Bonfire Comm. Anchor Club, Chaplain? PGP
Squad, Squad Leader.
RECINE GAYLE BARCLEY
Chatham, New Jersey
H e a d Cheerleader, Anchor
Club, Vice-Pres., French Club,
I-C-C-3 W a y s and Means
SUSAN BARCUS BILLY JOE BARFIELD KEITH SPENCER BARNES
West Palm Beach, Florida Valdosta, Georgia St. Petersburg, F lorrkla
Spanish Clubg Pep Squadg F.B.L.A.g Wrestling Team.
Prom Decorations Committeeg
Sophomore Party Decorations.
SHELBY JAMES BARNES PAUL BARON JOSEPH BARTLETT LEE BAXTER
Bedford, Indiana F lushing, New York Tifton, Georgrkz St. Petersburg, F bridal
J.V. Basketballg Varsity Basket-
ballg junior Exchange Club,
CAROLE LEE BEAR CRAIG WILLIANI BEHREN S JAY HENRY BELL
Plainfield, Permsyloarulz Worchester, Massachusetts St. Petersburg, Florida
F.H.A.g D.E.C.A.g C.E.C., Latin Clubg French Clubg Boys Track.
Tre-as, Glee Club.
JOHN C. BENCH DOROTHY BENNETT MARY ELLEN BENNETT
Bluefield, West Virginia St. Petersburg, Florida Newfvn LOUPGT Falls,
Football, Track. Massachusetts
Pep Squad, Future Business
Leaders of America.
Sophomore Party Comm.g Nor'-
Easter, Soph. Edition, F.H.A.,
Pep Squadg F.B.L.A.
DONNA LYNN BLAKE LYNN BOESENBERC
Evanston, Illinois Ofll1fld0, Flwfdll
F.H.A.g I.C.L.g C.A.A.g Para-
medical Clubg Red Cross Rep-
resentativeg Nor'Easter, Page
DIANNE CATHRYN BENSON
St. Petersburg, Florida
Future Business Leaders of
REBECCA SUE BOND
Spanish Club, Pres., Treas.g
Rojan Club, Pres., Viking Log,
Club Section Co-Editor, Quill
and Scrollg Homecoming
Queeng Swimming Team, Mgr.g
Prom Steering Comm.
LARRY JAMES BONNELL LEE I- BONNELL
Morristown, New Jersey M Ofrlstown, New Jersey
Prom Decorations Comm.
IOHN S. BOOS RAYMOND E. BORDNER
New York City, New York St. Petersburg, Florida
Buffalo, New York
Football, I.V.g Cross Country,
Capt., Track, Capt., junior
C i v i t a nz Lettermen's Club,
Drama Workshop, F.B.L.A.
THOMAS P. BOVEE
Ft. Dix, New jersey
CAROL ANGELA BOWDEN
Student Council, Prom Steering
Comm., Opti - Miss Club,
N.H.S., German Clubg Bac-
calaureate, Chairma ng Pep
Squad, Nor'Easter, Page Edi-
tor, Prom Refreshment Comm.
SAMUEL N. BOWEN BRUCE BOWYER
St. Petersburg, Florida St. Petersburg, F lorhla
C.E.C.g D.E.C.A. Band, Drum Major.
ROBERT DAVIDSON BRADY DENNIS BRIGGS DWAN BROCK
Clearfield, Pennsyloamkz Kansas City, Missouri Marianna, Florida
Cross Country L Trackg Band, Bonfire Comm., Pep Squad. Bonfire Comm., Band.
Boyls Glee Club.
Future Teachers of Amcricag
Mu Alpha Theatreg Musettcsg
Glee Clubg Peppers Clubg
French Clubg Green Dragon
Staffg All Festival Chorus
BARBARA BARTON BROWN
St. Petersburg, Florida
French Club, Red Cross Rep-
resentativeg K e y e t t e sg Pep
St. Petersburg, Florida
Prom Decorations Committee.
SYLVIA RUTH BUCHANAN
St. Petersburg, Florida
BILL BUECHNER ROBERT JAY BURKE JAINIES RAY BURNETT
St. Petersburg, Florida Cleveland, Ohio Bedford, Virginia
Ir. Exchange Clubg Swimming Library C l u b, Lettermen's I.V. Footballg I.V. Basketball
Team. Clubg Football, Head-managerg Junior Exchange, Vice-Presi-
Nor'Easter, Sports Editor. dent and President.
SANDY KAYE BURNETT REED EDWARD BURNS ARNOLD I. BUSCHENA III
Bedford, Virginia Staten Island, New York Winthrop, Massachusetts
Civinettesg F.H.A.g Red Cross Cross Countryg Track, Latin Librarv - A.V. Clubg D.C.T.
Representative. Clubg Key Club. Clubg C.E.C.
DAVID CAMPBELL DONNA NOREEN MICHAEL CAMPBELL
Kansas C ity, Kansas CAMPBELL Berkley, West Virgima
German Club, Science and En- WaSlliHgl011, D.C.
gineering Club, Ir. Civitan. Concert Choir, C-ondoliers.
KAREN CARNEY JAMES E. CARROLL SUSAN MAUREEN WALTER H. CARROLL
Wooster, Ohio Chester, Pennsylvania CARROLL Roanoke, Virginkz
Pep Squad, Future Homemak- Bands Keynoters, junior Ex- Letrolee, Pennsylvania
ers of America. change. Future Business Leaders of
America, Pep Squad.
DONALD PATRICK CASEY MARILYN CASEY MARGIE GRACE CATES
Charleston, South Carolina Buffalo, New York Jacksonville, Florida
Bonfire Committee, Chairman, Los Donodores, Los Quixotes, Anchor Club, Student COUIICHS
Prom Committee. Wig and Mask, Opti-Miss. Swimming T e a m, Concert
Choir, Spanish Club.
DALE CHAPIN SHERRY CHAPMAN PATRICIA CHEARS
St. Petersburg, Florida St. Petersburg, Florida Concert Ch0ifi F-H-A-, Pilfl-3
Photo Arts Clubg D.E.C.A., Roian Clubg Future Homemak- Condoliersa Class Nights N-F-L-S
Pres., C.E.C.g Nor:Easter. ers of America. Red Cross Representative.
WILLIAM C. CLARK
EDWARD M. COCHRAN III
Cross Countryg Trackg Swim-
ming Teamg Band, Color
Guardg Keynotersg Latin Club.
St. Petersburg, Florida
WILLIAM D. CLAUD
LARRY A. CODINCTON FAYE COMEAU
Long Beach, Califormkz Wareham, Massachusetts
LiAv C ub, Historiang Chess Red C 1 o s s RE-:ipresentativeg
Club. F.B.L.A.g B a n g C.E.C.g
St. Petersburg, F brida
Swimming Teamg Prom Dec-
orations Comm.g Soph. and Jr
EMILY DONA COMMEAN VICKIE COOK CURTIS COOKE
Henley on Tharner, St. Petersburg, Florida St. Petersburg, Florida
Oxford, England Future Business Leaders of Junior Superlative
F.H.A. Americag Civinettesg D.C.T.g
WINSTON COPE RANDALL W. CORNELIUS ROGER COTTERHAN BERNADETTE CRAIG
St. Petersburg, Florida Alma, Michigan Fort Wayne, lndikzna jamaica, Long Island,
Bowling Teamg Radio Club French Clubg Football. New York
CBishop Barryj. Future Business Leaders of
JOAN CRAWFORD GAYLE B. CRIST IIIVI CRIST
Canonsburg, Pennsylvamkz jersey Shore, Pennsylvania Lansing, Michigan
F.B.L.A.g Pep Squad. Football fClearwater and Bish-
op Barryjg Track CBishop Barryl
IANICE CRITZ MYRA IEAN CROSON SUE CROWELL
Bowling Green, Ohio St. Petersburg, Florida St. Petersburg, Florida
G.A.A.g Tennis Team, Pep Concert Choir, F.H.A. Red Cross Representative, Y-
Service, Vice - Pres., Sec.,
French Club, Vice-Pres.
CECIL CURTIS ARLENE DAVIS CLYDE DAVIS JIM DAVIS
St. Petersburg, Florida Sf- Pefefgbliltri, Florida St. Petersburg, Florida Sapulpa Oklahoma
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Band, Keynoters, Football,
Mgr., Track, German Club,
B0y's Clee Club, Mixed Cho-
DIANNE DAWSON MIKE DEADY
Summit, New Jersey Dubuque, 100011
Keyette Club, Treasg Spanish
Club, Candy Striper.
SUSAN JACQULINE DEAN BENEDICT DELLO MARIE DESCHENES
' . Mobile, Alabama Paterson, New Jersey Berline, New Hampshire
Tri-H1-Y, Sec., F.H.A., CMana- Science Club, Radio Club, F.B.L.A.g Civinette Club, Red
tee H.S.D. fNewjerscyJ. Crossd Representative, Pep
SUZANNE T. DEVICO ANNE CALDWELL DEVINE
Trenton, New jersey East Stroudsburg Pennsylvania
D-C-T-Q C-E-C-Q CNGW l6fSCYl3 National Honor Society, Vice-
Booster Club, F.H.A. Pres., Viking Log, Co-Literary
Editor: Opti-Miss, Corres. Sec.,
Graduation Committee. Chr.,
Los Quixotcs, Quill and Scroll.
CAROLYN KAYE DICK
Opti-Miss Club, Pep Squad.
LOU ELLEN DICKEY
Ashoille, North Carolina
Opti - Miss, Vice-President
French Club, Spanish Club
F.H.A., Homecoming Court.
LYNN MARIE DIMACCIO
fDixie Hollinsl, F.B.L.A., An-
chor Tri-Hi-Y, Rehellcttes,
MARY ANNE DOMEIER
CSt. Paul's, St. Petersburg, Flor-
idaj French Club, N.F.L.,
G.A.A., Vice-President of
Sophomore Class, French Cluh,
Spanish Club, Pep Squad,
Tennis Team, Keyettes, Prom
MICHAEL L. DONAHUE
Concert Choir, Drama Club.
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IUDI ANN DORSEY MIKE DOTSON ANN MARIE DOZIER
Monongah, Wes-t Virginia Fort Wayne, Indiana Atlanta, Georgia
L o s Dichososg Paramedical Latin Clubg Paramedical Clubg
Clubg Pep Squadg Opti-Miss, P10111 DCCOf2ltIOHS COIT1I1'liff66.
LINDA CAROL DRAKE
Terre Haute, lndwna
French Clubg Junior Rcd Cross
Future Teachers of America,
New London, Connecticut
Glee Clubg D.E.C.A.
BABARA GAIL DUNKLE
Lock Haven, Pennsylvania
Civinettes, Sec.g Student Coun-
cilg Nat'1 Honor Societyg Prom
Steering Committeeg American
Field Service Finalistg German
Clubg Spanish Clubg Junior
JUDITH DLANE EAMES CAROL EARLE SUSAN JANE EARLE
Terre Haute, Indiana Tuscaloosa, Alabama H ackensack, New .l 01'-Vey
Civinette Clubg Iunior Red Spanish Clubg Pep Squad. Spanish Club.
G.A.A., Presidentg Tri-Hi-Y
Girls Tennis Teamg F.B.L.A.
Sophomore Prom Committee
Pep Squadg Nor'Easter, Co-Edi
F.H.A., Library Club.
Wig and Mask, Sec. Red Cross,
Los Q u i x o t e s, Paramedical,
Swim Team CBuffalo, N.Y.J,
SHARON LEE ENCK LAWRENCE EVALDI MABLE EVANS
Lancaster, Pennsylvania Buffalo, New York Des Moines, Iowa
Drama Club, Treas.g Chorus, Wrestling Team CKenmore East
F,B.L.A., Pep Squad, Prom Sr. High, Tonawanda, New
Decorations Committee. Y0rkJ.
MALENE STEPHANY FACC
Band, French Club, Tennis
F.H.A.g Paramedical, Vice Pres-
ident, Band, Keynoters, Home-
Prom Decoration Committee.
Fort Myers, Florida
Football, Concert Choir, Gon-
doliersg N.H.S,g Spanish Club,
junior Civitan, American Field
BARBARA A. FERGUSON LAURENCE N. F ERNALD RODNEY I. FINCHER
Detroit, 'Michigan St. Petersburg, Florida St. Petersburg, Florida
Cheerleader, V a r si t y, I.V,, Spanish Club, Cross Country, Banda Keynotersg All County
Homecoming Court, Opti-Miss, Mgr., Track, Mgr. Band.
C h a p l a i ng F.H.A., Spanish
Club, Nor'Easter, Editor of
Soph. Edition. O
MARTHA LYNNE FIRTH IERRY O. FISH MARION KAYE F LEEMAN NANCY SUE FLYNN
Pittsburgh, Permsyloamkz Wyalusing, Permsylvamkz St. Petersburg, Florida St. Petersburg, F lorikla
Prom Decoration s Comm., Library Club, Rojan Club, Pep Photo Arts Club, Viking Log,
D-E-C-A-S C.E.C. Squad. Art Editor, Feature Editor,
Nor'Easter, Art Editor, Prom
STEVE FOSTER DONALD FOULKS DON F RANKENBERG
St. Petersburg, Florida St. Petersburg, Florida St. Louis, Missouri
Football, I.V. Spanish Club, Band, Sgt. of
Color Guard, Keynoters.
BEVERLY FRIEDRICH FRIEDA K. FREEMAN
Philadelphzkz, Pennsylvania St. Petersburg, Florida
F.H.A.g Sophomore Choir, Con- Squad, Candy Striperg Glee
cert Choir, D.C.T.g C.E.C. Club CVirginiaDg Civinette Club,
El Paso, Texas
French Club, G.A.A.g Photo
Arts Clubg Tennis Team, Pep
Squad, Candy Striperg N.H.S.g
Civinette Club, Glee Club
C Virginia D .
Grand Rapids, Michigan
ROBERTA S. GAGYI
Student Council, WoSeLette
Club, Swimming Team, Pep
S q u a dg Paramedical Club,
Spanish Club, Prom Invitations
Lakeland, F hnrikla
Interact Clubg Drama Work-
TERRANCE I. GALLAGHER
Football, I.V.g Prom Decora-
tions Comm., Prom Refresh-
ment C0mm.g Hi-Tri-Y.
ERNEST T. GARNER II
Diving Teamg Swimming Team,
Mgr., I u n i 0 r Civitan Club,
Treasurer, Prom Decorations
IOYCE LOUISE GATEWOOD
St. Petersburg, Florida
CAROL ELAINE GENTRY
Providence, Rhode Island
WoSeLette Club, Treas.g Fu-
ture Teachers of America, Na-
tional Honor Societyg Prom
Decorations Comm.g Spanish
JOHN GIBSON DALE KATHRYN GIVAN JOYCE CLESSNER
Grove City, Permsyluamkz Detroit, Michigan Sharnokm Pennsylvania
Spanish Club, Prom Decora- F B L A
tions Committee, Swimming
Team, F.B.L.A., Sophomore
Float, French Club.
- "W JA
MARSHA N. GOI-IEEN
St. Petersburg, Florida
Rojansg I.V., Varsity Cheer-
leader, Para Medical Club,
Spanish Club, F.H.A.g Co-
Chairman Homecoming, Prom
Decorations Committee, N.H.S.
KATHLEEN A. COLDSTON
ROBERT A. GONSER WILLIAM T COODALL
Springfield, Ohio Flint Michigan
F.B.L.A. Club, Tennis Team J V Football
junior Civitan Club.
CAIL HAMILTON COWER
St. Petersburg, F lorikia
I.V.g Varsity Cheerleader, Ir.
Board Keyettes, Swim Teamg
Sophomore and junior Nor'-
Easterg Sophomore Float,
Sophomore Refreshment Com-
mittee, Chairman, Para Medical
Club, Spanish Club.
Exchange Club, Treas.g N.H.S.g
Senior Class President, Basket-
ball, Baseball, Viking Log
Sports Editor, Quill and Scroll
GERALD WALKER GREEN JAMES GREEN
Sheffield, Alabama St. Petersburg, Florida
Red Cross Representative,
Nor'Easter, Bus. Mgr.
St. Petersburg, Florida
Cheerleader, Varsity, I.V., Stu-
dent Council, Councilman-ab
Large, Sec., Viking Log, Class
Co-Editor, Prom Chairman,
Swimming Team, Quill and
Scroll, Keyettes, Los Quixotes,
MARY LOUISE GRESH
Fair Lawn, New Jersey
Civinette Club, Pres., N.H.S.,
Parlia., Class Gift Comm.,
Chr., Student Council, Sr.
Councilman - at - Large, Prom
Decorations Comm., Soph. and
Ir. Superlative, Para Medical
LOIS GROOM BARBARA GROSSER ROBERT GROWE
DeLand, Florida St. Petersburg, Florida F ultorl, New York
Spanish C 1 11 bi F-B-L-A-5 Future Homemakers of Ameri-
PAUL GRYNEWICZ WILLIAM GUINEY
Boston, Massachusetts St. Petersburg, Florida
Football, j.V., Pep Squad. Football, Capt., Baseball, Let-
termanis Club, Vice-Pres.
F.H.A., F.B.L.A., Nor'Easter,
Page Co-Editor, Pep Squad,
Prom Decorations Comm.
PAUL HADSOCK DAVID L. HAINES SUSAN HALEY
St. Petersburg, Florida Clifton Forge, Virginia South Bend, Induzna
Cross Country Band, Se-c.g Orchestrag National
Honor Society, Clee Club Cln-
CHARLES HALL PATRICIA HALL STEPHEN KEITH HALL PATRICIA HALSTROM
Danville, Virginia Sandusky County, Ohio Pittsburgh, Kansas St. Petersburg, Florida
IL111i0r CiVifHI1 Clubs I.C.L. Football, Lettermarfs Clubg Anchor Club, Corr. Sec.g
German Club, Prom Decora-
F.H.A.g Concert Choir, Prom
Refreshments and Entertain-
ment Comm., Soph. Party Dec-
CELETTA M. HAMEL
F.B.L.A.g D.C.T. Club, C.E.C.,
Hackensack, New Jersey
Student Council, Parlia.g Bas
ketball, j.V.g Trackg Junior Civ-
itan Club, Vice-Pres., Paramed-
ical Club, Basketball, Mgr.,
Spanish Club, Vice-Pres.
JEFFREY KEITH HAMRICK
Football, Condoliers, Debate
Teamg Cennan Club Uackson-
Bowling Team, Radio Club,
Skindiving Club CBishop Barryj
St. Petersburg, F lorikla
St. Petersburg, F lorikla
Parameclical Club- Pe S uad,
. , p q
MARTHA LEA HAYES
St. Petersburg, Florida
Opti-Miss, Rec. Sec., Pres., Cap
and Gown Comm., Chr., N.H.S.
Treas.g F.B.L.A., Vice-Pres.,
Pres., Spanish Club, Vice-
Pres., Soph. Float Comm.
Bloomfield, New Jersey
St. Petersburg, F lorula
Interact Clubg Prom Decora-
tions Comm., Nor'Ea.s-ter, Soph.
Party Decorations Comm.
Ft. Iackson, South Carolina
Art Club, German Club, F.H.A.
CVirginiaJg Red Cross Rep
French Club, Sec., Paramedi-
COLIN B. HEATH
St. Petersburg, F lorikla
Spanish Clubg Key Club, Stu-
dent Councilg Prom Decorations
Comm., Bonfire Comm.g Soph.
Float Comm.g Soph. Party
EUGENE E. HEIBNER
New Orleans, Louisiana
Key Club, Corr. Sec.g Spanish
Clubg N.F.L.g Homecoming
KATHRYN MARIE I-IEIMER JAMES M. HENN WILLIAM HENZLER
Worcester, Massachusetts North T onawanda, New York Omaha Nebraska
Band, Keynoters Club, French Pep Squad. German Club
Club, C.A.A., Pep Squad,
F.H.A., Soph. Party Decora-
tions Committee, Nor'Easter,
LARRY HERBECK JUDITH LAUREN HERB RICHARD HESS WILLIAM THOMAS HIBBS
Yonkers, New York Melrose, Massachusetts Wilmington, North Carolina Louisville Kentucky
Library Club, French Club,
Opti-Miss Club, Science and
Engineering Club, Latin Club,
N.H.S., Red Cross Representa-
BARRY JOHN HILL
Junior Exchange Club, Science
and Engineering Club, Track
Team, Prom Decorations Com-
mittee, German Club, Bonfire
ROBERT B. HINELY
I.V. Football, Varsity Football.
PHYLLIS ANN HINSON
St. Petersburg, Florida
Rojans, Soph. Party Committee
Red Cross Representative
F.H.A., Student Council.
LYN HISSONG JAMES HOCHSTADT MARY HOEPPNER
Mt, Vernon, Ohm Fayetteville, North Carolina Long Island City, New York
F,H,A,5 Pep Squad, N.F.L.g Debateg Bandg Key- Anchor Clubg F.B.L.A.
noters, J.V. Football.
JUDITH ANN HOFFMAN CAROL F. HOLLOWAY WILLIAM HOLMES JOYCE HOLTSCLAW
Cleveland, Ohm St. Petersburg, F lorikla Catskill, New York St. Louis, Missouri
Soph. Choir, Concert Choir, j.V. Football, Key Clubg Var- D.C.T.
D.C.T. Clubg C.E.C. sity Football.
PETER W. HOPPER LYNN HOHNER CLAUDE D. HOWARD
Washington, D.C. WoSeLettesg Spanish Clubg Charleston, Smith Cafolirw
Track Team. Paramedical Club, jr. Red F00tb21ll5 B2iSeb2l115 C-E-C.
DAVID KENNETH HOYT ELAINE DORIS HUGHES JANICE EVELYN HUGHES
Berea, Ohio Long Island City, New York Asheville, North Carolina
Spanish Club, F.T.A., Vice Y-Service Club, G.A.A.
President, Nor'Eas'ter, Prom
WILLIAM L. HUCUET JACQUELINE MARIE JOHN IACKSON ANN JACOBS
St. Petersburg, F lorkla HUMPHRIES Patuxent River, Maryland Alexandria, Vifgimll
Intramural Basketball, Baseball Jasper, Alabama N-H-5-5 Quill and Scrollg Cer-
Team. F.H.A., F.B.L.A., So homore man Club, Student Council,
Party Committee, Mixes Choir, Swimming Team, Civinette
WoSeLettes, Red Cross Repre- Club, Treasurer, Prom Decora-
gentative, tions Committee, Viking Log,
MARION RUTH JAMES VIC IAPOUR HAN S IASPERS
St. Petersburg, Florida St. Petersburg, Florida Waarland, Netherlands
Tri-Hi-Y, Sec., French Club, Science and Engineering Club,
F.B.L.A. German Club.
PAMELA JEFF ERIES BEVERLY ANN JENKINS
Waukesha, Wisconsin Lawrence, Massachusetts
Varsity Cheerleader, Jr. Var- Band, Keynoters.
sity Cheerleader, Chairman In-
vitations Soph. Party, Nor'East-
er, Soph. Float, Decoration
Committee, Pep Squad.
MARY ANN JETMORE
Pep Club, Cheerleader fLaken-
heath, Englandjg Pep Club
CFayetteville, N.C.lg Pep Club.
FLOYD JOHNS BETTY JOHNSON RONNIE JOHNSON CAROLE L- JONES
Brunswick, Georgia St. Petersburg, Florida Windsor, Ontario, Canada New ROCIWZZQ, New York
Track, J.V. Football. Jr. Civitan Club. C-E-C-5 WOSeLetteSa Red Cross
JOHN PAUL JONES KRISTINA M. KARLSSON EUGENE KEDZIERSKI
St. Petersburg, Florida Washington, D.C. Chicago, Illinois
Photo Arts Club, Presidentg Photo Arts Club. German Club, Bowling Team.
Band, Paramedical Club, Nor'-
Easter, Audio Visual Club.
NANCY LEE KEEFER DONALD KELLY JANE KENNEDY
St. Petersburg, Florida St. Petersburg, Florrkla GUGWUMWO Balbcuba
Student Council, LiAv Club, BaSk9fbf1H9 Baseball- Vvosel-'edesf Vice ' President?
pep Squads D-E'C.A'g C'E.Cl5 Sophomore Party Decorations,
Prom Decorations Committee. Prom Decofatlonsi French
St. Petersburg, Florida
junior Civitang F.B.L.A.g Foot-
hall: Nor'Easterg Prom Decora-
Brooklyn, New York
Iunior Red Cross Representa-
tiveg Tri-Hi-Yg F.B.L.A.g Prom
Decorations, F .H.A.g Student
DEEDEE KILMARK CLIFF KINDEL
Macon, Georgkz London, England
Spanish Club, Prom Decora- Swimming, Varsity Footballg
tions Committeeg Opti-Miss Track CLackenheath, Englandl.
Clubg N or'Easter.
Club, N or'Easter.
H JV, ,
X' .wifi ..
'if f J:-1 f
W. f f
Syracuse, New York
Red Cross Representative, Wig
and Maskg Soph. Float Com-
mittee: Sonh. Party, Prom Dec-
Charleston, West Virginia
Chorus, Orchestra, Delta Rho
CBrooklyn, New Yorkl.
Opti-Miss Club, Spanish Clubg
FH Ng Pep Squad, Nor'Easter
PAULETTE KING RONALD KING FRED KOKEMOHR
Richmond, Virginia Erie, Pennsylvania Cincinnati Ohio
F.H.A., Tri-Hi-Y, Pe Squad, Track Team. Junior Exchange Club German
Prom Decorations a.nclpRefresh-
ments, Future Nurses Club,
CFloridaD F.B.L.A., Wig and
Club, Prom Decorations Com
l JOAN KIRKWOOD JOHN JOSEPH KLEIN CERTRUDE C. KLINE PAUL C KORP
Washington, D.C. St. Louis, Missouri St. Petersburg, Florida Rockville Center New York
1 Spanish Club, Pep Squad. Varsity Football. Spanish Club, Library Club. Spanish Club Junior Exchange
1 N.H.S. Club.
ROBERT KUNST CRETCHEN L. LAIRD
New York City, New York De Funiak Springs, Florida
Science and Engineering Club, German Club, Keynoters, Para-
Spanish Club. medical Club, Red Cross,
Band, WoSeLettes, National
Majorette, Band, WoSeLettes
Keynoters Club, Prom Decora-
tions Committee, F .H.A., Span-
I.V. and Varsity Footballg Cer-
mzm Clubg Science and Engi-
neering Club, Vice Presidentg
Junior Exchange Clubg Letter-
ROBERT A. LARSON
M inneapolis, M innesata
National Honor Societyg Nation-
al Merit Scholarship Semi-Fi-
St. Petersburg, Florida
Key Clubg National Honor
Society Presidentg Student
Councilg Soph., Jr. and Sr.
Councilman - at - Largeg Soph.
Class Treasurerg Chairman,
Ways and Means Comm. Sr.
Classg German Club.
New York City, New York
J.V. and Varsity Basketballg
Key Club, Treasurerg Letter-
man's Clubg Trackg Latin Club.
I. V. Footballg J, V. Baseball.
National Honor Society.
I.V. and Varsity Footballg I.V.
and Varsity Baseballg I.V. Bas-
ketballg Spanish Clubg Letter-
man's Clubg Prom Decorations
NORMAN LEBEAU CAROLYN ELIZABETH LEE JOHN EDWAD LEE
North Attleboro, Massachusetts Washington, D.C. Alexandria, Virginia
Trackg Orchestrag Bandg CMi-
ami, Floridalg Football.
MARILYN LEIGH JUNE ALICE LEONARD MURIEL LEMAR
Sf- Pete'-Ybufg, Florzda Fort Walton, Florida Woocluille, New Hampshire
PCP Salad. Student Council, Councilman- F.H.A,, D.E.C.A., C.E.C.
at-Large, Treasurer of junior
Class, I.V. Cheerleader, Varsi-
ty Cheerleader, Hostess, Key-
Belleville, Ontario, Canada
Band, F.H.A., Debate Team,
Keynoters, Paramedical, Span-
CONNIE RENA LEWIS
Concert Choir, Pep Squad.
SANDRA LYNN LESTER
Detroit, M rbhigan
Spanish Club, Opti-Miss, Prom
Invitations Comm., Pep Squad,
RICHARD EARL LEWIS
Tallahassee, F lonkla
Spanish Club, Science Club,
Biology Club, I Tallahassee D,
Presi ent of C.E.C., D.E.C.A.
CHEYL ANN LIGHTS RUTH M. LINDSAY
Saratoga Springs, New York Lynn Massachusetts
National Honor Society, Para- National Honor Society, WoSe-
medical, Y-Service Club, Key- Lettes, Paramedical, Red Cross
ette Club, Vice Pres. Representative.
St. Petersburg, Florida
Band, Concert Choir.
KATHLEEN LOEBER VICKI LOOKE I
Schenectady, New York Sunnyside, California
Concert Choir, Gondoliers, Wo- Latin Club: Y-Teens fTexasj,
SeLettes, Pres., French Club, Pep Squad, Paramed1Cal Club-
Prom Invitations Comm., Co-
Chairman, N or'Ea.s-ter, Pep
Squad, Soph. Party Comm.
BETH LOUGHHEAD RONALD I. LOVETT
St Petersburg, Florida Clifton, New Jersey
D C T Treasurer.
Manchester, New Hampshire
Keyette Club, D.C.T.g Tri-Hi
Y C"'b Treasurer, F.B.L.A.
ROBERTA FAYE LUCAS
Nor'Easter, Editor - in - Chief,
C.E.C., D.E.C A Student
Quill and Scroll, Prom Decora-
tions, German Club, Student
Council, Pep Squad, Nor'Easter,
Managing Editor and Iunior
Edition Editor, Entertainment
Co-Chaimian, Soph. Party.
SUSAN JANE MCCANINCH
St Petersburg Florida
Keyette Club Sec Spanish
Club P r o m Decorations
Comm Pep Squad F.H.A.,
ROBERT MCCANDLESS JURA R- MCCARTHY
Toledo, Ohm Buffalo, New York
Swimming Team, Band, Latin Club, I.C.L., G.A.A., Pep
Squad, Soph. Chorus.
j.V. Basketball, Football, Varsi-
ty, I.V.g Varsity Baseball, Presi-
dent junior Classg Pres. and
Vice Pres, of Interact Club,
Prom Committee, Chairman of
St. Petersburg, Florida
Soph. Party Decorations, Prom
Decorations Comm., Spanish
Clubg Anchor Club, Pres., Nor'-
Easter, Co-Editor front page
DENNIS R. MCDONALD
Band, Keynoters Club, Swim-
ming Team, Paramedical Club
F urth, Germany
German Club, Concert Choir.
Soph. P a r t y Decorations
Comm.g Red Cross Representa-
tiveg Keyettes, Pres., N.F.L.g
Chainnan of Invitations Com-
mitteeg Pep Squad, Nor'Eas-ter,
Asheville, North Carolina
I.V. Footballg Ir. Civitan Club.
MARY LINDA McNEELY
St. Petersburg, Florida
Rojansg French Club.
IANE MIRIAM MacDUFF
Red Cross Representativeg
Spanish Club, Opti-Miss, Sec.
Prom Decorations Committeeg
LEE MACOMBER ANN MAIOCCHI
Brandenton, Florida Woburn, Massachusetts
Library C o u n c il CTam ajg F.H.A.g F.B.L.A.
French Club, Photo-Arts Clliub.
Brooklyn, New York
Bandg Key Clubg Keynotersg
LINDA JEAN MARCKESE
Soph. Choirg Concert Choirg
Drama Workshopg Gondoliers.
DEBORAH M. MARSHALL DANA I0 MARTIN LINDA GRACE MARTIN MARCIA MARTIN
Worcester, Massachusetts Almey, West Virgimn St. Petersburg, Florida Lancaster, Pennsyloamo
Pep Squadg Glee Club fWor- Libray Club, Sec.g F.H.A. Gondoliersg Concert Choirg F.H.A.g P r o m Decoratlon
cester, Mass.Jg Future Teachers Drama Workshopg Opti-Missg Comm.g F.B.L.A.
of Americag F.H.A.g National Spanish Club.
GEORGE MARTINI BETTY MASTERS RHODA MEISNER
Brooklyn, New York Chicago, Illinois N ewllflf, New .lef-Wy
Interact Clubg J.V. Football. Latin Clubs Paramedical Club.
STAN MENDELBLATT LEIDIA MERHICE ETHEL C. MERRIFIELD
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania St. Petersburg, Florida Clearfield, Pennsylvania
Junior Exchange Clubg Span- Civinette Clubg Nor'Easterg Pep Paramedical Clubg Spanish
ish Club, Squadg Paramedical Clubg Ten- Clubg F.H.A.g F.T.A.
St. Petersburg, Florida
Spanish Clubg Key Clubg Prom
Decorations Comm.g Soph. Par-
ty Decorations Comm.
nis Teamg Soph. Float Comm.
LINDA MILLER THOMAS C. MILLER
Altoona, Pennsylvania Milwaukee, Wisconsin
German Clubg Science and En-
gineering Clubg Iunior Ex-
SUSAN ANN MILLS
St. Petersburg, Florida
Roian Club, Vice-Pres., Treas.
Viking Log, Class Co-Editor
Spanish Clubg French Club
F.H.A.g Prom Steering Comm.
Pep Squadg Red Cross Repre-
JUDY ELLEN MILNE SYDNEY A. MINER, JR.
Rochester, New York St. Petersburg, Florida
Spanish Clubg Pep Squadg Letterman's Club, Pres.g Jun-
G.A.A.g Paramedical Club. ior Exchange Clubg Latin Clubg
Footballg Trackg Prom Steering
CALVIN ESSEX MINKLER
Newport, Rhode Island
Trackg Cross Country fMiamiJ
PAMELA ANN MINKLER ANN MINOR JOHN MOLER
Newport, Rhode Island St. Petersburg, Florida Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Paramedical Clubg Pep Squadg KCYCUC Clllbi PGP Squads
F .H.A. Spanish Club.
A. EDWARD MONK LINDA H. MONTACUE ALEDA KAY MOON ARTHUR MOORE
Dothan, Ohio St. Petersburg, Florida St. Petersburg, Florida Spartanburg, South Carolina
Concert Choirg Sophomore Drama Clubg Mixed Chorusg Anchor Clubg Paramedical
Choir. Concert Choir. Clubg Pep Squad.
RICHARD MORELLI JAMES MORGAN RANDY MORRISON
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Pensacola, Florida Sanford, F lorilla
I.V. Football CSanford, Floridaj
Latin Clubg Trackg Cross Coun-
try Teamg Letterman's Club.
PATRICIA LOUISE MUAR PATRICIA E MURPHY
Toledo, Ohio Detrort Mzchzgan
Opti-Miss Clubg Paramedical Homecommg Court Student
Clubg National Honor Societyg Councilg Spanish Club
Junior YVays and Means F.B.L.A. FTA Soph Ir Sr
Comm.g Future Nurses Club. Class Sec Soph Float Comm
Soph. Party Comm Prom Dec
DAVID MYERS LINDA LOU MYERS DOROTHY NACY ROBERT NELLE
Rwersdale Maryland St Petersburg Florzda Brantford, Ontario, Canada St. Petersburg F lorrda
Baseball Chorus Concert Kevette Club Corr Sec Prom Band, Quartermasterg C.A.A.g Football, IV Basketball IV
Choir Invltatxons Comm Pep Squad Keynoters. Baseballg Letter-mans Club
PATTY NELSON MARILYN I NEWELL MARGARET K. NEWTON
Surnrmf Ne 0 jersey St joseph M zssouri Toledo, Ohh?
C E C D E C A Spanish Club Pep Squadg Homecoming Courtg Rojan
Clubg Swimming Teamg Soph.
Suoerlativeg C h e e r l e a der
fWashington, D. CJ.
New York, New York
German Clubg Keynotersg An-
chor, Sec.g Bandg Paramedical,
gecq National Honor Society,
CHARLES D. OLIVER IR.
Charleston, West Virginia
LINDA M. OLIVER
St. Petersburg, Florida
Soph. Choirg Concert Choirg
F.H.A.g Pep Squad.
IEANNE P. O'BRIEN
Spanish Clubg Paramedical
Clubg Opti-Missg Pep Squad.
KENNETH R. OLIVIERI
Staten Island, New York, N.Y.
Ir. Exchangeg I.i6tt6l'll1L1I1,S
Clubg P r o m Decorations
Comm.g Student Council Rep-
resentativeg Red Cross Repre-
sentativeg Varsity Footballg
Chorusg French Club
DONNA L. OMASTA GREG ORCHARD IRIS A. B. OWENS
Upper Darly, Pennsylvania Stratford, Ontario, Canada Cambridge, Massachusetts
Ilgelsflnxtersg Bandg Majoretteg Bandg Spanish Clubg Keynoters.
VERLINE KAY OWSLEY PETE PARDOLL MARY S. PARKHILL
Thomaston, Georgia Brooklyn, New York Tampa, Florida
Key Club, Pres., Spanish Club, Red Cross Representativeg
C-emmn Club, Host, Swim- F.H.A.
ming, Boy's State, Paramedical
Club, Student Council, Iunior
Ways and Means, Homecom-
DENISE A. PAULSON MIKE PAXTON ALTHEA PEARL DANIEL JEROME PEEL
San Antonio, Texas St. Petersburg, Florida H ollywood, California St. Petersburg, Florida
French Club, Pep Squad, Para- Prom Decorations, Cross Coun- Bible Club, fGeorgial.
medical Club. try Track, Pep Squad.
LORENE PEPPER DENNIS PERKINSON MARSHA PETERSON
Anderson, South Carolina Deland, Florida Des Moines, Iowa
Band, Keynotersg F.H.A.g Cho-
WALTER ANDREW PLOTT CAROLE POLCARO KATHERINE ANN POSKUS
Wilmington, North Carolina Woburn, Massachusetts Boston, Massachusetts
Track, Football. Band, Rojan Club, Y-Service. CNew IerseyJ Library Counc1l
Social Studies Clubg F.H.A
RICK POTTER JAMES L. POUST ADRIENNE L. PRESLEY JERRY LEE PRICE
New Castle, Pennsylganm Miami, Florida St. Petersburg, Florida St. Petersburg Florida
Spanish Clubs Red Crgss Rep- Band, Keynoters Clubg Track. F-H-A-5 Y - Serviceg WoSe-
resentative. LGUGSQ Pep Squad, Nor'Easterg
Paramedical C l u bg Student
Council, Swimming Teamg
TRUDI K. PRICE
St. Petersburg, Florida
Band, Keynotersg Keyettesg Y-
Service Club, Treas.g Latin
Club, Nor'Easterg Prom Deco-
RONALD PRILL MARY S. PUFFER
Ancon, Canal Zone Minneapolis, Minnesota
Spanish Club, F.H.A.g WoSe-
Lettesg Wig and Maslcg C.A.A.g
Pep Squadg Hostess.
Santa Monica, California
Majoretteg Bandg Anchor Clubg
Hist.g P r o m Decorations
Commg K e y n o t e r sg F.H.A.g
DORSEY QUANDT DENNIS QUILLICAN
Indianapolis, Indiana . .St. Petersburg, Florida, ,
Key Club, Treas.g Paramedicalg Band, C a p t a i ng Keynotersg
German Clubg Pep Squadg Spanish Clubg I.V. Baseball.
Soph. Decorations Comm.
Spanish Clubg Organizations
Editor of Viking Logg Pep
Squadg Girls's Stateg Quill and
SANDRA RAHN MARGARET REYNOLDS LINDA C. RHEA REBECCA ANN RICE
St Petersburg Florida Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania Knoxville, Tennessee Corsieana, Texas
Spanish Club Pep Squad. French Club. Bandg Pep Squadg Spanish Concert Choirs The Octet? Stu-
Club? KCYUOIIGTSS F-H-AH dent Councilg Spanish Clubg
Pep Squadg CVirginiaJ Concert
Choirg Gondoliersg Opti-Miss
REBECCA I0 RICE
Candy Striperg Latin Clubg
Red Cross Representativeg Par-
amedical Clubg Soph. Float
Comm.g Prom Decoration
Comm. Nor'Easterg Soph. Party
Ft. M yers, Florida
SUE ELLEN RICLER
Viking Log, Editor-In-Chiefg
Civinette Club, Vice-Pres.g Pep
Squadg Paramedicalg Candy
Striperg Student Councilg Nor'-
Ensterg Prom Decorations
KEITH RINGELSPAUGH SHEILA K. RITCHISON BOB ROMANELLO
Piqua, Ohio St. Petersburg, Florida Enelewvvd, New l9fSe!l
Interact Clubg Spanish Clubg
RONALD STUART ROSEN JIM ROSS IUDITH ADELE ROSS
Tam a Florida Louisburg, North Carolina Yuba City, California
junior Classical Leagueg Sci-
ence and Engineering Clubg
Inter-Club Councilg National
St. Petersburg, Florida
PAULA DIANNE RYON
Spanish Clubg WoSeLette Club
F.H.A.g Prom Decoration Com:
mitteeg Soph. Float Comm.
CAROL ANN SACKETT
Bath, New York
American Abroad Semi - Final-
istsg Concert Choirg Condoliersg
Keyette Clubg Nor'Easter, 1st
Page Editorg Pep Squad.
New York City, New York
Science Clubg Latin Clubg
French Clubg Para Medical
Clubg Opti-Miss Club National
Honor Societyg Nor'Easter, Co-
Editor of Editorial Page.
GORDON SALISBURY LARRY SALTS ROBERT SAMSON
Toronto, Ontario, Canada St. Petershurg, Florida New York, New York
Soph. Class Pres., Spanish Los Danadores, Los Quixotes. Los Quixotesg Science EQ Engi-
Clubg jr. Exchange, German neering Club, Ir. Civitang
Club, Letterman's Club, Swim- Sophomore Party Refreshments
ming Team, Pres. Student Comm., Prom Decorations
Council, Bonfire Comm., Prom Comm.
Decorations Committee, Ir. 81
3 GLORIA IEAN SAUL ANNETTE SAUNDERS CAROL SAWIN SUSAN ELLEN SAWIN
3 Womelsdorf, Pennsylvania Battle Creek, Michigan jackson, Mississippi Jackson, M Lssissippi
Red Cross Representative, Vol- Spanish Clubg Library Club, D.C.T. Club, D.E.C.A.g C.E.C. F-HA-5 D-E-C-A-5 C-E-C-5 Red
leyhall Team. Paramedical Club: Mixed Cho- Cross.
rusg Concert Choir, Red Cross
JAMES W. SCHAUWFKER IOANNE SCHERER IUDITH M. SCHERER
Syracuse, New York Battle Creek, Michigan Battle Creek, Michigan
Trackg Cross Country, Ir. Civ- Red Cross Re resentativeg Fu- Red Cross Representative.
itan. ture Homemalkjers of America.
GARY ALAN SCHROEDER
RICHARD LEE SCHWARTZ
Science and Engineering Club
Red Cross Representative, Par-
5 C.A.A.g F.H.A.g Pep Squad.
Brooklyn, New York
French Club, Pres.g Hostg Lat-
in Clubg Ir. Classical Leagueg
National Honor Societyg Inter-
act Clubg Tennisg Paramedical
DANIEL EUGENE SHEA SANDRA I- SHEIIEANE
St. Petersburg, Florida COIUWIYUS, GQOTEW
Key Club, Soph. and junior Bands WVOSGLGUGSL F-H-A-3
Class, Vice Pres., F ootballg KCYHOUSTS, SGC-, TIGHS-5 H0316-
Swimming. coming Court.
Niagara Falls, New York Scott Field, Illinois
St. Petersburg, Florida
Soph. Party Refreshment
Comma WoSeLettes5 Viking
Log Business Manager.
Rojansg Paramedical Clubg
Spanish Clubg Soph. Party Dec-
orations, Ir. Nor'Easter Pa e
Editor, Nor'Easter Page Emi-
CAROLYN SUE SMITH SANDRA SMITH
Tampa, Florida Brooksville, Florida
D.E.C.A., Treasurer, C.E.C. LiAv Club, Secretary, Future
Homemakers of America.
St. Petersburg, Florida
Roian, Chaplain, Paramedical
Club, Sophomore Party Re-
RICHARD D. SNEED MARIA SOLAR STEVEN SPAHN
New Orleans, Louisiana Havana, Cuba Queens, New York
Key Club, Creative Writing Glee Club CBoca Ciega High
Club, Vice President, Swim- Schooll.
ming Team: Spanish Club, Let-
EDWARD R. SPALTY, Jn.
New Haven, Connecticut
Nfrtinrml Honor Society, Key
Club, German Club, Vice Pres-
identg Science 61 Engineering
Club, Secretary, Inter-Club
Council, Class Night Commit-
tee, Homecoming Committee.
SHFRRY LEE SPEARY LINDA P. SPRANKEL DON SPRAY
VVilmington, Delaware Sussex, England St. Petersburg, Florida
WoSeLette Club, Girls Athletic Spanish Club, jr. Red Cross P1-gm Committee, Bonfire Com-
Association. D.C.T. Club, Representative, Wig and Mask, mittee,
C-E-C Club- C.A.A. Nor'Easter.
BEVERLY ANN SPRAYBERRY JAMES JOSEPH SPRICCS CARY LEE STACK
Chelsea, Massachusetts Welch, West Virglnrkz Springfield, Illinois'
Civinettesg D.C.T.g F.B.L.A.g Jr- C i v i f 2 H Clubs Bonfire
Paramedicalg S p a n i s h Clubg COHIHI-5 P I 0 ffl DCCOTHUOHS
xChorusg Bonfire Comm.
VIRGINIA SUE STARRETT
St. Petersburg, Florida
Anchor Club, Treas.g Latin
Clubg Future Teachers of
America, Sec.g F.H.A.g Soph.
P a r t y Refreshment Comm.g
Soph. Edition of Nor'Easter.
BARBARA C. STEPHENSON
F lushing, New York
Anchor Clubg Student Councilg
French Clubg Drama Work-
shopg Prom Decorationsg Nor'-
BRUCE THOMAS STILES IACQUELINE STOCKTON
St. Petersburg, F lorida M eadoille, Pennsylvania
Exchange Clubg Concert Choirg Y-Teens fTampalg Clee Club
Science and Engineering Club. CPanarna Cityj.
JOHN JACKSON STOVALL
St. Petersburg, Florida
Latin Clubg German Clubg
I.V. Footballg Wheel Club, Vice
Pres.g Prom Decorations
Comm.g School Spirit Comm. 5
SYDNEY C. STOUCH LESLIE STOWELL SUE L. STROMER
Rome, New York Somerville, Massachusetts Michigan City, Induzna
Bandg D.C.T.g Tri-Hi-Y. G.A.A.g F.H.A. Maiorettei Bands Spanish Clubs
Keynoters Clubg Prom Decora-
tions Comm.g F.H.A.
JAMES SWAN SUE SWEET FREDERICK SWIFT KATHIE SUE SWIFT
St. Petersburg, Florida Morehead City, N01-th Carolina New London, Connecticut New Lvndorl, Connecticut
Bandg Ir. Civitang Latin Clubg Paramedical, Treas.g Anchor FB-L-A-S G-A-A-, TfCaS-5 PYOITI
Concert Choir. Club. COITUII-5 Soph. PHITY COIUHI-
CAROL JOYCE TAYLOR
F.H.A.g Spanish Clubg Pep
Squad, Sec.g Senior Class
Treas.g Homecoming Courtg
Civinette Clubg G.A.A., Sec.g
Soph. Party Comm.g Spanish
Clubg Future Teachers of
Americag Red Cross Represent-
H untsville, Alabama
WoSeLettes, Chaplain, G.A.A.
Vice-President, Future Home-
makers of America: Prom Deco-
ration Committee, I.C.L., Fu-
ture Teachers Club.
SUZAN TETREAULT GARY R. THACKER
Greenville, Massachusetts Miami, Florida
Wig and Mask, Future Home- Concert Choir, Condoliers.
makers of America, P r o m
Committee, Pep Squad.
St. Petersburg, Florida
Paramedical Club, President,
Recl Cross Council, Chairman,
German Club, Interact Club,
Orange, New Jersey
M erningon, Germany
St. Petersburg, Florida
Head Majorette, Band, WoSe-
Lette, Senior Board Member,
Paramedical C l u b, Future
Homemakers of America, Key-
Pawtucket, Rhode Island
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CONNIE M. TIEDMAN
Civinette Club, Historian, Fu-
ture Homemakers of America.
National Honor Society, Rojans'
Spanish Club, Concert Choir.
PATTI ANN TREADWELL
F.B.L.A.g Pep Squad.
SUSAN D. TRAYLOR
, Nor,Easterg Sophomore Choir,
Concert Choirg F.H.A.g Prom
MARTHA TRIMBLE DAVID TULLER VICKI TUOZZO DANNY TYSON
Orlando, Florida Kalamazoo, Michigan Brooklyn, New York St, Petersburg, Fhnrida
Student Council, Jr. Home- Future Homemakers of Ameri- Ly, Football Manager, Base-
room Representative, F .H.A.g cag Spanish Club, Concert all,
grench Club, Prom Decorations Choir,
JOYCE RUTH TUCKER KATHY LAVO VAN NANCY A. VERWHOLT
St. Petersburg, Florida TORNHOUT New Haven, Connecticut
Band. M ishawaka, Indiana Student Council, Pep Clubg
Y-Service, Social Chairman, Foreign Exchange Comm. fAri-
President. zonal, F.H.A.g Red Cross.
St. Petersburg, Florida
Opti-miss Club, Treasurer,
Band, Historiang Los Quijotes,
Keynoters Clubg Soph. Nor'-
NANCY ANN VOGT
East Liverpool, Ohio
German Club, Pres.g Senior
Class Vice - Pres., Student
Council, Soph. Party, Co-chair-
mang Civinette Club, Pep
Rochester, New York
C.E.C., Vice - Pres., D.C.T.,
KATHLEEN JUNE VOSS ROBERTA WACER DARIAN WALKER JOSEPH WAREHAM IR
Stoke-on-Trent, England St. Petersburg, Florida New Orleans, Louisiana Brooklyn, New York
C.E.C., D.C.T.g G.A.A.g F.H.A. F.H.A.g Concert Choir, Soph. Condoliersg Concert Choir,
Choir, Mixed Chorus. Viking Log, Faculty Editor,
Co-Literary Editor, National
Honor Society, Opti - miss,
Spanish Club, Red Cross,
DAVID PETE VVATTS JOYCE WA KENNETH BROOKS WEISS
St. Petersburg, Florida Toledo Paterson, New jersey
jr. Exchange Club, Golf Team, C.A.A. fSt. Paul's High Schoollg Banclg Kcynotersg Swim Team
Ccrman Club, Latin Club, Los Donadores, Woselettesg
Prom Decorations. F.H.A.g Pep Squad.
St, Petersburg, Florida
Future Business Leaders of
America, Treasurerg Future
Homemakers of Americag Li-
THOMAS WAYNE WELLS WILLIAM C. WELLS
Albany, Georgia Erie, Pennsylvania
J.V. Footballg Basketball, Mgr.g
MORRIS WEST FRANK WHITE
Robinson, Illinois St. Petersburg, Florida
Bandg Pep Clubg Chorusg Art Track.
Club f Illinois lg Band.
French Clubg Spanish Clubg
Debate Teamg National Hon-
JOHN WIETZ JAMES W. WILLIAMS LINDA WILLIAMS
Rochester, New York N orfolk, Virginia St. Petersburg, Florida
I.V- Foofball fBiSh0p Barryi- C.A.A.g N.F.L. 4St, Paulsl
SARAH JO WILLIAMS
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G.A.A.g Civinette Clubg Span-
ish Clubg Junior Red Crossg
IANIE LEE WILLSON
St. Petersburg, Florida
French Clubg Opti-miss Club,
Chaplaing Prom Decorations
Committeeg Concert Choirg
Sophomore Float Committee:
Whiteoille, North Carolina
G.A.A.g French Clubg Science
Club CSt. Paullslg Prom Invita-
tions Committeeg Nor,Easter,
Editorial Editorg Quill and
Scrollg Rojan Club.
St. Petersburg, Florida
Los Donadoresg Keynoters
Clubg Science ancl Engineering
Downers Grove, Illinois
Science and En ineerin' Club
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Secretaryg Nor'EaSter, Man-
aging Editorg Pep Squad,
Presidentg Prom Decorations
Committeeg j.C.L.g XVig and
Maskg Paramedical Clubg
Sophomore Float Committee.
Benton Harlzor, Michigan
C.A.A.g Tri-Hi-Yg Tri-Teensg
Pep Clubg Mirror CMichiganl.
CAROL A. WOLFE
Cliorusg Concert Choirg Latin
Clubg Parameclical Club.
St. Petersburg, Florida
Interact Club, Corresponding
Secretary, Recording Seeretaryg
National Honor Societyg Sci-
ence and Engineering Club.
BARBARA ANN WOOD CAROL ANN WRIGHT
Exeter, New Hampshire Washington, Pennsylvania
Concert Choir, Sophomore
Choirg D.C.T.g C.E.C.
SUZANNE RONNIE YAFFIN BILL YOUNG
St. Petersburg, Florida St. Petersburg, Florida
Los Donadores, Sophomore I.V. Football, Track.
LYNDA ALANE YURMAN
johnson City, New York
Student Council, Quill and
Scroll, Rojan Club, German
Club, Creative Writing Club,
Nor,Eaqs'terg Prom Decorations
Comm., Chr., Sophomore Party
Decorations Comm., Junior
Ways and Means Comm.
IEANETTE ZIMMERMAN JUDY BURLESON
St. Petersburg, Florida Winfield, Alabama
JAMES WILLIAM SANDERS
August 9, 1946-september 2, 1963
Outstanding Seniors Elected to Hall of Fame
These twenty-two students were named outstanding
hy the memhers of the senior class by write-in ballot.
They include the leaders of the Student Council, the
class. the service cluhs, the activity cluhs, the puhlica-
tions. and the varsity teams. ln addition to holding high
offices, many of them excel in scholastic endeavors. They
participate actively in committee work and social activi-
ties of the school and have gained the respect of hoth
students and teachers. By their election to the 1964 Hall
of Fame, they have heen recognized as leaders of their
class and potential leaders of the community.
Editor of the Viking Log
National Honor Society President
Editor of the NllJI',EIlSft'l'
Senior Class President
Student Council Historian
Student Council President
Civinctte Club President
Key Club President
Football Team Captain
Civinette Club Secretary
Puramcdical Club President
Hall of Fame
A ui- STEVE HALL
Student Council Parliumcntariun
Interact Club President
Senior Class Sc-crctury
Football Team Captain
KATHY GRE SH
Student Council Secretary
junior Class Vice-President
IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Bill Bond, President, .Terry Conner, Vice-Presidentg Cenny VVells,
Treasurer: Cathy Domeier, Secretary.
IUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
The class of 1965, in its second year at Northeast,
undertook the projects and responsibilities of juniors with
the same enthusiasm displayed in its sophomore year.
The spirit and dedication of its members led the class
through another successful year.
VVhen they entered Northeast for the first time, the
members of the class of 1965 soon made the necessary
adjustments from junior high to high school. They chose
Mickey Monrose, Danny Helou, Cenny Wells, and Cathy
Robbins as class officers for their first year. In spite of
the academic pressures, they found time to participate
in extra-curricular activities, including clubs, student gov-
ernment, and sports, both junior varsity and varsity.
Through careful planning and hard Work they produced
a memorable sophomore party, which had the theme
"Swinging on a Rainbow." The year ended with the
move-up assembly, in which the sophomores took the
position vacated by the junior class.
VVhen they returned the following September, the
members of the class were prepared for their most im-
portant project, the Prom. They had chosen Bill Bond,
jerry Conner, Cenny VVells, and Cathy Domeier to lead
the class. The students worked all vear raising money
and planning for the junior-Senior Prom. Their efforts
resulted in an unforgettable Prom.
VVith the mat-uritv they have gained in their two
years at Northeast. the members of the class of 1965
are well prepared to assume the dignity of seniors. Their
enthusiasm and dedication will make them another out-
standing senior class.
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MMV Parks Linda Patrick
Elmer Perkins joan Perkins
Georgiana Panagiotacos Suzanne Pangie Rita Parker
Alana Paulson Kenneth Peel Vkfendy Permiman
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Mary jo xvilfltlllfld and Kay Knicricm
Pam Dorman and Kathy Cook
Linda Green and Christine Hollingsworth
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ATHLETIC AND SCHOOL SPIRIT
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Kathy Cook, jim jackson, lerry Conner, Linda Green
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Treasurer, Bob Halvorseng President, Ronnie Kidd, Secretary, Connie Kowalskig Vice-President, john Domeier.
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SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY
The Class of 1966 arrived at Northeast a mixture
of graduates from several junior high schools, eager to
become a part of NeHi life. In their first introduction
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ATHLETIC and HUMOROUS
Dan Topping, Terry Knoll, Judy Allen, Mark VVinters
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Debbie Crumb, XValtcr Klein, john Domeier, Connie Kowalski
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S. S. NEHI 1964
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STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS, FIRST ROXV: Kathy Cresh, secrctaryg Gordon
Salisbury, presidentg lim Murpliey, vicc-president. SECOND ROVV: Bruce Hamilton,
parliamentariang Ricky DcKoven, trcasurcrg Ann Iacobs, historian.
Mir. Crum Mr. Musgrave
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COUNCILMEN-AT-LARGE, FIRST ROW: Mary Cresh, Caro-
line Jacobs, Margaret Mitchem. SECOND ROW: David Lam-
brecht, Linda Greene. Not pictured: Bob Hochstadt.
Council member Bob Samson raises another
controversial question at a meeting.
Student Council Functions as a
The Student Council of Northeast functions primari-
ly as a governing organization. It also serves as a liaison
between the student body and the administration. Under
the able leadership of Gordon Salisbury, the Student
Council has become an effective form of student govern-
One of the goals of Student Council is the promotion
of school spirit at Northeast. The Council worked to
achieve this goal by selling NeHi stickers and by en-
couraging student participation in a school spirit contest
sponsored by a local radio station. The Council present-
ed the entire Back-to-School program - the dance, the
spaghetti supper, and the parents, Back to School night.
Outstanding students are recognized each spring at the
Student Council Honor Banquet. Members of the North-
east Student Council participate in the County Exchange
Day. An important branch of the Council is the Inter-
Club Council, which coordinates the activities of all
The Student Council is a vital part of school life
at Northeast. Through this organization students gain a
better understanding of administration policies.
Parliamentarian Bruce Hamilton coimts votes on u motion to take action on study hall behavior.
Governing Body, Liason fo Administration
President Gordon Salisbury waits for order to be restored
after announcing the winners of the free disk jockeys.
Council member Beverly Thompson movcs that the meeting be adjoumed
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CANDY MOLER BETTY NOUSIAINEN
Vic?-Pr6Sid6rlt Rec, Secretary
PAT HALSTROM VIRGINIA STARRETT
Anchor Club Serves Community and
Anchor treasurer Virginia Starrett collects dues from club
The Northeast Anchor Club, sponsored by the Pilot
Club of St. Petersburg, is dedicated to the service of
both school and community.
One of Anchoris school projects is ushering at home
football games. At the end of the first semester, the club
presents its annual "Halfway to Heavenv dance. This
year the District Convention of Anchor Clubs was held
Anchor members participate in several community
service projects. They work at the Tuberculosis Center at
Christmas time. A program with refreshments is pre-
sented at the Cripplcd Childrenis Hospital each year.
Club members give full support to such worthy causes
as the Muscular Dystrophy Drive and the March of
Through their participation in these projects, Anchor
members have made their club outstanding in service to
Northeast and the community.
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School, Hosts District Convention
Club members set luncheon table for the district meet- Anchor sponsor Mrs. Kress and club members make beanies, one of their
ing held at Northeast. major money-making projects.
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President S Vice-President
JODY BARTLETT 0 MARK KATE5
Junior Exchange Club Sets Up Point
Ir. Exchange president Jim Bumett conducts a club meeting.
Each year the Junior Exchange Club of Northeast
strives for its motto, "Unity for Servicef, The goals of the
club are to make better citizens of its members and to
help the student body and administration whenever pos-
During meetings the club members plan activities
and new projects. Each year the club holds a dance after
a football or basketball game as its main activity.
This year it was suggested that a point system be
set up to determine which two members will attend the
state convention in Miami. The point system was ap-
proved by the members and put into effect.
Each year the club holds a fish fry at Lake Maggiore
to earn funds to finance its many services to others. In
a set assembly at the end of the year, the junio r EX-
change Club gives a typewriter to an outstanding senior.
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D. Lamb T. Miller S. Miner E. Moore
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System, Recognizes Outstanding Senior
Committee members jerry Conner, Randy Morrison, Bob Hochstadt, Peter
Watts, and Bob Reid plan the dance to be held by the club.
Ernie Moore and Doug Lamb set up the club banner,
bell, and gavel for the meeting.
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BARBY DUNKLE 9 Q JUDY CARDOZA
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C. Tiede-man N. Vogt S. VVilliams M. Wing
Twirp Week chairman Nancy Vogt and her committee
members plan activities for the traditional event.
Last yearls fruitcake chairman, Sue Rigler, advises the new chairman, Jane
Ramsey, as Mary Beth YVing looks on.
Twirp Week, Present College Scholarships
The Civinette Club of Northeast emphasizes good
citizenship and true service to school and community.
This club, sponsored by the St. Petersburg Senior Civ-
itan Club, undertakes many Worthwhile projects each
This year Civinettes offered a typing service for
teachers, maintained the front hall bulletin boards,
Worked at the Christmas Toy Shop, and participated in
the Tuberculosis and March of Dimes drives.
The money-making projects of the club are selling
Claxton fruitcake and sponsoring Tvvirp Week. During
that traditional week in March, each girl utwirpsi' a boy
and assumes the responsibilities of asking for dates, car-
rying his books, opening doors for him, etc. The Twirp
Dance culminates the Weekls activities.
The Civinette Club concludes its year of active serv-
ice by presenting college scholarships to two worthy
Mary Gresh and faculty sponsor Mrs. Dunn look over Kay Knieri-
em's work on the scrapbook.
Junior Civifan Club Sells Fruifcake,
School sponsor Mr. Round and Mr. Albert Shepherd from the
Senior Civitan Club discuss the sale of fruiteakes.
The junior Civitan Club, established ten years ago,
was the first service club at Northeast. The goal of the
club, which is sponsored by St. Petersburg Senior Civ-
itan, is the attainment of high standards in leadership,
citizenship, and character.
The club has had several money-making projects
this year. Members participated in the annual sale of
Claxton fruitcake, sponsored the Beachcombefs Ball, and
held a dance after a basketball game. This year for the
first time the club sold maroon-and-white Northeast
Wfith the money earned from these projects, the
club was able to take part in several community service
projects. A useful gift Was presented to the school at the
end of the year by the junior Civitan Club. Delegates
from the club attended the two district meetings and
the state convention of Civitan Clubs in Miami Beach.
This year the junior Civitan Club of Northeast has con-
tinued in its tradition of dedicated service.
Reese Kessler, lim Bailey, George Mitclieson, and Corey Cougliliii pre-
pare for T-shirt sales.
President Tommy Davis laugliingly calls for order
Sponsors Community Service Proiecfs
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R. Kessler R. Johnson P. Mitchem B. Robinson I. Satterfield
C. Coughlin B. Gonzer S. Keyes
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Keyeffes Show Leadership, Cooperation
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initiation ceremony. for the club dance.
through Numerous Service Projects
The major objectives of the Keyette Club, which is
sponsored by the Sinawik Civic Organization, are: to
develop leadership and character, to gain experience in
dealing with others, and to cooperate with the Key Club.
The clubis school projects this year included polishing
the school's trophies, placing the nativity scene on the
auditorium roof, and presenting the annual Easter as-
Keyettes take time out from a meeting to pose for the
sembly. The annual "Keyette Kapersv dance was pre-
sented as the main money-making project. Community
projects of the Keyettes were: working at the Tuber-
culosis Center, collecting for the March of Dimes, pre-
senting a food basket to a needy family, and giving gifts
to the children at Mercy Hospital. The Mother-Daughter
Banquet was held in May.
Keyettes distribute gifts at Mercy Hospital as a community service project.
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The goals of the Kev Cluh of Northeast are: to cle-
vclop initiative and leadership, to provide experience in
living and working together, to serve thc school and
community, to promote better citizenship, and to accept
and promote the constitutional objectives of Kiwanis ln-
Names First Sweetheart,
ternational. Selecting the Key Club Sweetheart, raising
funds for the annual HDollar for a Scholari' awards, and
establishing the Kcy Cluh hanli were the three main
projects of the year.
D. Burge R. Bordner B. Hanley J, Hanley C, Heath E. Heibner VV. Holmes D. Lambrecht
B. Laval R. Mantell B. Micklitsc-h R. Sm-ed E. Spalty T. Thurston D. Zussy
Sponsor Mr. Lovell presents club pin to Key Club Sweetheart Reggie Marsha Coheen dances at the Sweetheart Ball.
Establishes Student Loan Bank
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President Pete Pardoll discusses club projects with Mr. Lovell.
Dorsey Quandt, Bill Micklitsch, and Dick Critz enter- 1
tain at a club meeting.
David Lambrecht loans money to students from the Key Club
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Opfi- Miss Club Decorates Hospital,
Carol Bowden is admonished by Ianie Lee Willson, Nancy
Barcley, and Martha Hayes for missing too many meetings.
The Opti-Miss Club of Northeast, which is spon-
sored by the St. Petersburg Opti-Mrs. Club, dedicates
itself to the fulfillment of the ideals of its creed and to
the active service of both the school and the community.
This year the club had several money-making proj-
ects. Club members sold NeHi buttons and assisted the
YVest-side Optimist Club With the sale of circus tickets.
The club sponsored 'iMr. Irresistible Dayi' and the dance.
This year c'Slave Dayi' was held for the first time. On
this day Opti-Miss members earned money for the club
by working for members of their mother club.
The community projects of the club included vvork-
ing at the Christmas Toy Shop, decorating Mound Park
Hospital at Christmas, and collecting for the March of
Dimes. The Opti-Miss Club bought books for the new
library and presented a gift to the school at the end of
Committee members discuss plans for "Mr. Irresistible Day" and the
Martha Hayes and Colly Devine show sponsor Mrs
Borden the revised constitution of thc Opti-Miss Club
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The members of the Rojan Club of Northeast, which
is sponsored by the VVomen of Rotary, strive to fulfill
their motto, "Never-ending Friendship through Love
and Sewieef' To raise money for their various projects,
Rojans sold Northeast stationery, held a fashion show,
and sponsored a dance. Rojans participated in several
community projects this year: collecting magazines for
rest homes, giving presents and singing Christmas carols
to shut-ins, preparing a food basket for a needy family,
and collecting money for the March of Dimes. One of
the school service projects of the club has been to pur-
chase books for the new library. In addition to these
service projects, the club holds a Mother-Daughter Tea
Mrs. Alderson talks to sponsor Mrs. Fannin about the new
The cameraman catches Rojans unaware-s at a club meeting.
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strate proper technique for selling Northeast stationery.
janet Smoot and Phyllis Hinson present Rojan blouse to
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Presldent Vice President
VAUGHN MCCARTHY BILL BQND
SID WILSON TOM BELL
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The Interact Club of Northeast has as its goal the
fulfillment of high standards of service, leadership, schol-
arship, sportsmanship, responsibility, and integrity. To
raise money for service projects, Interact members spon-
sored the Fall Fantasy dance, held the annual Christmas
tree sale, sold personalized key chains, and sponsored
the drama department's presentation of the WVheel Are-
na play. Interact service projects benefit both the school
and the community. The club places posters with di-
rections for escape in case of fire in each room and sup-
plies library passes to the school. Interact also partici-
pates in the annual Goodwill Industries drive. Through
these projects the club has fulfilled its goal of dedicated
Interact members john Stovall and Gilbert Shamas discuss plans
for the Fall Fantasy.
Interact secretary Sid Wilson records events of the
meeting in minutes.
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B. Duckwall B. Hayes I. Jackson B. Lazzeroni G. Martini D. Myers K. Ringlespaugh I. Stovall
A. Thomas I, Thompson R. Tiede
through Various Projects
Jim Murphey and Tom Bell practice for an inter-club basketball
Vaughn McCarthy presides over an Interact meeting.
Club members listen attentively as sponsor Mr. Wilson discusses
an upcoming project.
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WoSeLeHe Service Acfivifics Include Fund
To promote high moral and spiritual values, to en-
courage school and community service, and to develop
responsibility are the purposes of the W'oSeLette Club
of Northeast, which is sponsored by the VVomen,s Service
League of St. Petersburg. Service activities of the club
include Working at the Christmas Toy Shop, participat-
ing in the United Fund Drive, collecting for the March
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President Kathy Loeber appoints a club member as
chairman of a committee.
of Dimes, presenting a program at the Crippled Chil-
drenis Hospital, serving at the Tuberculosis Center, and
helping at National Forensic League tournaments. In
addition, VVoSeLettcs help their sponsor club by taking
part in VVomen,s Service League projects such at Letters
Abroad and by ushering at Service League functions.
Sandy Sheheane takes the names of members who will work on
the March of Dimes project.
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WOSeLette members put up a poster to publicize their
Drives, Participation in Sponsor Club Projects
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FRONT ROXV: Sherry Speary, Muriel Lemar, Carolyn Smith,
Patty Nelson, Vicki Cook, Maria Acquaviva, Carol Jones, Beverly
Sprayberry, joyce Holtzclaw, Ann Jessup. SECOND HOYV: Ar-
nold Buschena. Susan Sawin, Pat Hall, Pauline Lord, Bonnie
Crampton, Ruth Ann Lussier, Betty Johnson, Dale Chapin, Carole
Bear, Kathy Voss, Carol YVright, Dudley Howard. THIBD BOVV:
Richard Lewis, Bev Friedrich, Dave Kaufman, jerry Fish, Ginger
Hamel, Sid Stough, Susanne Devico, Beth Loughhead, Audie Mc-
Allister, Carol Sawin, Gregory Vincent, FOURTH ROVV: Norman
Lebeau, Gary Vollertsen, Sam Bowen, George Dick, Bob Gonser,
Wlayine Drumm, Betty Suddarth, Dave Ester, Judy Huffman, Tom
Cooperative Education Club Fulfills Goal
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Mr. Ioe Griffith of the Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Williams,
and Beth Loughhcad display the scrapbook for the entry of St.
Petersburg in the Cleanest City Contest.
The members of the Cooperative Education Club
CC.E.C.j strive to fulfill their motto of "Service to the
school and the communityf, The three main objectives
of the club are to develop leadership, to achieve a better
understanding between the employer and employee, and
to encourage the use of high ethical standards in busi-
ness. Through membership in this elu b, students at
Northeast are able to promote the growth and under-
standing of the cooperative educational training in the
high schools of Florida.
Among the activities of C.E.C. were the Early Bird
Breakfast, a field trip to Tarpon Springs, the district and
state conventions, and the Employer-Employee Banquet.
Projects of the club included football program sales and
candy sales. Members participated in a "Clean-up, Paint-
up, Fix-upv program as associate members of the Cham-
ber of Commerce. Funds for the Memory Garden were
raised through a community project, the Pancake Jam-
C. E. C. OFFICERS: FRONT ROXV: Nluriel Lamar, Ginger Hamel, Cary Vicki Cook works as a meat packet at Pub
Vollertscn, Richard Lewis. SECOND ROXV: Beverly Sprayberry, Betty lix Market.
johnson, David Kaufman, Sue Story, Sid Stough.
of Service fo School ond Community
Carole Bear works as a salesgirl at Maas Brothers cle- Tom Hardy gains experience as a short order cook at Royal Castle.
Carolyn Smith, Dale Chapin, Ruth Ann Lussicr, XVayne Drumm, and
Maria Ac-quaviva display the D.C.'I'. luanner.
Pauline Lord works in thr- display department at Maas Brothers.
D.E.C.A. candy sales chairman Betty Suddarth hands out candy
to Susan Sawin, Audio McAllister, and Carole Bear.
Fay Comeau works as a salcsgirl in jewelry at Maas
Brothers department store.
Jobs of D. C. T.,
Sid Stough gains on-the-job training as a typewriter
repairman at P. K. Smith and Co.
George Dick gains experience in body finishing ut Econ-
D. E. Students Cover a Wide Range
DENTAL ASSISTANTS, FRONT ROW: Ann Iesup, Sue Story, Joyce Holtzclaw.
SECOND ROVV: Beverly Spravborry, Indy Huffman, Susan Devico,
Arnold Buschcna, Carol VVright, and Dudley Howard study office machines
Betty Suddarth works as il cashier at
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F.H.A. OFFICERS: Toni Mott, Nancy Minkel, Susan McAninch, Linda
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F.H.A. OFFICERS, SEATED: Linda Crumb, Joan
Perkins. STANDING: Joyce NVuwryzniak, Put Lu- to give to needy children.
cas, Helen King.
F.H.A. members work on their Christmas project, making stuffed animals
FIRST RONV: Linda Spearman, Debbie Crumb, Connie Kowalski,
Mary Horton, jean Kerr, Liz XVilliams, Pam Eyman, Pat Jarrett,
Sue Smithson, Carole Otteson, Ioan Lazarra, Marsha Goheen,
Sandy justice, Donna Keell, Pat Quarles, Cheryl Stanley, Kathy
Harrington, Linda Williams, Sarah Holmes. SECOND ROXV: Ar-
dith Rose, Carole Jones, Donna Saunders, Muriel LeMar, Ann
Lake, Sue Stromer, Nancy Sandtoro, Rita Parker, Linda Jay,
Kris Karlson, Wendy Wietz, Doris Spencer, Dale Gauthier, Betty
Thompson, Leslie Oliver, Carol Messick, Debbie Marshall, Diane
Frisby, Ienevieve Beat. THIRD ROVV: Jane Stage, Dana Io Mar-
tin, Marie King, Phyllis Hinson, Pat Chadwick, Beverly VVheeler,
Linda Cmrnb, Stephanie Puffer, 'Hannah Sharp, Sheri Sprague,
Brenda Nelson, Kathy Niccum, Beverly Young, Ioette XVidner,
Under the sponsorship of Miss Blattner, Mrs. Clark,
and Mrs. Dobbins the Northeast Chapter of Future
Homemakers of America endeavored to fulfill its eight
national purposes as well as the national goal: To help
individuals improve personal, family, and community
living. With a membership of 118, this local chapter
worked earnestly throughout the year with such proj-
ects as Christmas caroling at rest homes, selling Christ-
mas C01'S?lg6S, presenting a Valentine dance for the
school, sponsoring a Parent Appreciation VVeek, and par-
ticipating in National F .H.A. VVeek. Programs were pre-
sented at group meetings and in individual home eco-
nomics classes to further interest in these three goals:
"Focus on Family Friendshipf' "Marriage Calls for Prepa-
rationf, and "Stay in Schoolf' Chapter members earned
Degrees of Achievement through individual self-im-
provement and service projects.
Charlene VVheelcr, Terry Knoll, Kathy YVoolcy, Donna Picarri,
Mary Bidle, Ioan Perkins. FOURTH ROXV: Linda Oliver, Adelle
Stockdale, Becky YVright, Linda YViggcnton, Ioan Connolly,
ogla Nikolic, Sandy Pruitt, Linda Byon, Elizabeth Latto, Suc
Giarbart, Lynn Casey, Stephanie Stone, Mary VVillison, Sandy
Burnett, Susan McAninch, Sarah NVilliams, Erna Fox, Phyllis
jackson. FIFTH RONV: Annette Hicks, Pat Lucas, Linda Greene,
Helen King, Nancy Minkel, Toni Mott, Debbie Mosley, Linda
Triggs, Cheryl Skelton, Cecila Laplant, Judy Greene, Suzanne
VVineka, joy Newton, Elizabeth Lewis, Arlene Edwards, Becky
Stall. SIXTH RONV: Nancy Verwholt, joyce XVawrzyniak, Trudy
Trulsen, Sheila Nelson, Delores Schmuker, Barbara Thorpe.
Home Economics students hold a fashion show in which
they model the clothes they have made.
FIRST BOYV: Margaret Dessalit, Donna Deacon, Pat Murphy,
Cenny YVells, Mary Horton, Liz VVilliams, Jean Kerr, Pam Ey-
man, Mary Jo Schober, Linda Hull, Chrystal VVestfall, Linda Troy,
Joy Schwager, Sandra Hrunmett. SECOND ROXV: Diane Destc-
phano, Carol Brady, Kathy Hazam, Donna Blake, Kathy Tienber,
Cathy Harrington, Jane YVilson, Cenevieve Beat, Nlary Biddle,
Norea Campbell, Cingia Fox, Dean Acevedo, Phyllis Hinson, James
Brand. THIBD BOXV: Linda Jeffreys, Pat Dirling. Lorre Jones,
Harena Sharp, Joanne Nelson, Cheryl Little, Brenda Brooks, Linda
Peterson, Kathy Niceum, Marie Deschenes, Brenda Lyons, Candy
Moler, Betty Harman, Frieda Freeman. FOURTH ROVV: Dorothy
Archer, Walter Clyne, Corey Coughlin, Sue Thomas, Linda
Montague, Annette Saunders, Nancy Verwholt, Sandi Burnett,
Becky XVright, Gretchen Laird, Kitty Gower, Connie Thompson,
Paul Mitchem, Jim Barley. FIFTH ROXV: Rick Potter, Elizabeth
Tate, Jeanette Nlasters, Connie Xlunch, Daphne Spraggins, Doris
Spencer, Sandra P1'uitt, Janice Gifford, Mark XVinter, Cordie I-Iall,
Vinny D'Angelo, John Thompson, Mark Freshwater.
School Red Cross Serves International Organization
Vinny D,Angelo, Donna Blake, Kathy Niccum, Connie Munch,
and President John Thompson hold an executive board meeting.
The main goal of High School Bed Cross is to act
as the link between the students and the international
organization. Homerooln representatives meet regularly
to discuss ways of bringing the students in closer contact
with the American Red Cross services.
There are many programs and activities of Bed
Cross in which students may participate. They include
the International School Art Program and XVorld Study
Panels. One of the most important is the volunteer work
done at the local hospitals. Over 13,500 hours of service
were given by high school volunteers last year. Another
important function of High School Red Cross is the spon-
sorship of the annual student membership drive. The
Student Exchange is financed through this drive. Under
the Student Exchange program American students go
to school abroad, and foreign students attend American
Jo Custavson and Brenda Brooks prepare the F.B.L.A. Christmas
F.B.L.A. members make V00-Doodolls representing Nc'Hi opponents
in football games.
F. B. L. A. Promotes Interest in Business Topics
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FIRST ROW: Nancy Allen, Cenny Wells, Jean Kerr, Marian
James, Lynn DiMaggio, Maria Acquaviva, Kathy Swift, Janet
Ostrander. SECOND ROW: Pav Svabek, Marie Deschenes, Mary
Hoeffer, Pat Bennett, Judy Cappell, Lynn Bozwell, Sharon Enck,
Barbara Minor, Sylvia VVarren. THIRD ROVV: Kay Dick, Brenda
The main objectives of the Future Business Leaders
of America fF.B.L.A.b are to promote business education
and to stimulate an interest within the student towards
the horizon of business administration.
To achieve these purposes F.B.L.A. has guest speak-
ers who inform the members about various business top-
ics. Members participate in many school activities. The
two main projects of the club are the presentation of
the annual Christmas assembly and the sale of voo-doo
dolls for football and basketball competition. Two of the
highlights of the club year are the initiation and the
Brooks, Jura McCarthy, Patty Martin, Marcia Martin, Phyllis
Hinson, Linda Jefferies, Joan Crawford. FOURTH ROW: Nancy
Donaldson. Keith Barnes, Pat Lucas, Martha Hayes, Linda Ryon,
Sherry Mullins. Pete Busch, Randy Morrison, Bill Aldrich.
FIRST ROVV: Paulette King, Jean Fallin, Vicki Looke, Marsha
Goheen, Kathy Hazam, Kathy Tremher, Ginger Riley, Suzie VVin-
ter, Genny VVells, Judy Dorsey. SECOND BOYV: Connie Munch,
Betty Masters, Mary Gresh, Betsy Deviou, John Jones, Linda
Tope, Mary Linda VVilson, Pat Lamhert, Mary Bennett, Linda
Hawkinson. THIRD BOVV: Rick Potter, Denise Paulson, Ann
Marie Blanchard, Cheryl Lights, Jim Swan, Alanna Pauls-on,
Viking pennants are sold as a means of raising mon-
ey to send delegates to the animal district and state
conventions. The cluhis most important project is its
nursing honies. The Parameds have, in a sense, adopted
three nursing homes and visit them regularly. The Para-
Meclical Cluhs are a national and state organization
sponsored by the Future League of Nursing and YVom-
enis Medical Auxiliaries.
John Jones, Cheryl Lights, Betty Nousiainen, and Dorsey Quandt display
their knowledge of the human skeleton.
Gretchen Laird, Linda Rohhins, Judy Simpson, Brenda Nelson,
Betty Nousiainen. FOURTH ROXV: John Thompson, Pat Shimkus,
Leidia Merhige, Barbara Alderson, Danny Helou, Dennis Mac-
Donald, Janice Gifford, Ann Springette, Jeanette Masters. FIFTH
BOYV: Sheila Nelson, Annette Saunders, lane Sonherg, Dorsey
Quandt, VValter Clyne.
Careers in Medicine
The Para-Medical Cluh deals with all forms of the
medical sciences, from nursing and technology to veter-
inary medicines. lt gives the interested member a pre-
view of the medical career he Wishes to pursue. This
edification is accomplished through speakers, patholo-
gists. nurses, chemists, and other professional people's
talking to the cluh of their particular field and through
field trips to hospital labs or clinics.
FIRST ROW: Pat Murphy, Linda Rhea, Sandy Taylor, Peggy
Taylor, Sue Fisher, Marty Evaldi. SECOND ROW: Laura Man-
Future Teachers of America was established to cul-
tivate the student's interest in teaching as a carreer and
to encourage others to enter the field. This organization
strives for the recognition of the honor and service in-
volved with teaching. Teacher Appreciation Day is the
main annual project of this club. One day during the
year each teacher at Northeast is presented with a red
and white pencil representing the students, appreciation
for the devotion of Viking teachers. Other projects of
Future Teachers include giving a basket of food to a
needy family at Christmas and baby-sitting for 54 Ave-
nue Elementary School P.T.A.
son, Jim Anderson, Linda Drake, Virginia Starrett, Pat Miker
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Teachers, Scientists Promote Education
FIRST ROW: Judie Herr, Ed Spalty, Ben Dello, Ronald Rosen,
David Campbell, Tom Miller. SECOND ROW: Bob Samson,
Walter Clyne, Richard Schwartz, Ralph Lamb, Tom Swedine,
The Science and Engineering Club works to de-
velop an interest in the science-related fields. Through
talks by local professionals, field trips, and members'
reports on their own science specialties the Science and
Engineering Club combines the enlightening with the
educative in the enormously important field of science.
Doug Lamb. THIRD ROW: Barry Hill, Fred Feaster, Bill Sa-
voy, Tom Krepps, Hans Iaspers, Mike Campbell, Bruce Stiles,
FIRST ROXV: Beverly Young, Kitty Cover, Sharon Black, Joyce
Swagger, Caroline Jacobs, Carolyn Knisely. Donna XVilson, Paula
Sunson, Linda Hull, Freddie Dickey, Rose Anne Layfield, Donna
Dontheir, Margaret Dessolet. SECOND RONV: Virginia Schwartz,
Marcia Sayers, Diane Buckley, Sherri Gilkes, Patt Cooper, Nancy
Fleming, Cindy May, June Mciasser, Jackie Nicholson, Phyllis
Carpenter, Mary Sayers, Doris Hopkins, Lila Eddys. THIRD
ROXV: LeRoy Emerson, Michael Burman, Mary Lombano, Laurie
Rheimer, Susan Moore, Diane Caya, Marion Fisher, Carolee
Kingan, Bobby Holwerson, Sue Fisher, Joyce McFarland, Brenda
Allstacter. FOURTH ROWV: Charles Buckley, Eileen Henzler,
Cheryl Carotzola, Ricky DeKoven, Jo Ann Munson, Judith Robin-
son, Fred Coffman, Cordie Hall, Charlie Davis, Sheila Clayton,
Carol Brady. FIFTH RONV: Jeff Stone, John Baron, Mike Long,
Randy Morrison, John Hanley, Alan Thomas, Alet Pesko, John
Hare, Jack Day, Caroll Neff.
Spanish Clubs Study Native Culture,
Los Dichosos holds its meetings once a month at a
membefs home. In December they hold a Christmas
party resembling a traditional Mexican tertulia. The end
of the year is climaxed by a visit to a Spanish restaurant
in order to utilize Spanish learned throughout the year.
OFFICERS: Sherri Gilkes, vice-president, Carolee Kingan, sec-
retary, Mary Sayers, treasurer, Alan Thomas, president.
Los Dichosos is the Northeast Spanish Club com-
prised of first and second year students. Under the guid-
ance of Mrs. Shrum, Los Dichosos promotes interest in
the Spanish language and also tries to benefit Northeast
by contributing some item to its language department
at the close of each year.
Sponsor Mrs. Shrum points out an interesting article in a Span-
ish magazine to Alan Thomas and Sherri Gilkes.
FIRST ROW: Valerie Legitt, Leah VVhite, Marsha Coheen, Di- Kiebler, Kathy Trabert, Leidia Merhige, Judy Dearman, Brenda
anne Dawson, Barbara Dunkle, Paul Mitchcm, Stephanie Wil- Brooks. THIRD ROW: Linda Creene, Lynn Horner, Bill Bond,
liams. SECOND ROVV: Anna Donegan, Elaine Hughes, Ruth Robert Reid, Malcolm Hayes, Cathy Coleman.
Dune Locally Usmg Language
Through the Spanish language, the members of LOS The club,s activities make it possible for one to learn
Quijotes, the- advanced Spanish Club, receive a better more about the language in a more interesting Way than
understanding of Spanish-speaking people, their coun- he could in the classroom. YV hile knowledge is aug-
tries, and customs. This objective is accomplished by mented, these Spanish Students find nexv learning ex-
having speakers and various film strips at evening meet- ' periences through Los Quijotes.
Mary Beth Wing and Linda Greene look On as Anna Los Quijotes sponsor Mr. Alonso jokes with club members Leidiu
Donegan uses language lah equipment. Merhige, Kathy Trabert, Brenda Brooks, and Ruth Kiebler.
FIRST ROVV: Jim Chapman, Charles Surdi, Steve VVest, Pam
Monte, Jacque Hallas, Terry Senie, Stephanie Taylor, Ann Marie
Blanchard, Peggy Russ, Judy XVhite, Marion Lennon, Jodee Dris-
kell, Linda Sanders. SECOND RONV: James Swan, Phyllis Cup-
ples, Ronnie Gross, Lou Ann Cope, Donna Picarri, Jim Black-
man, John Domeier, Mike James, John Lettelier, Hoyce Smith,
Sidney Miner, Ed Burns, Nancy Barcley, Mary Beth VVing.
THIRD RONV: WValter Clyne, Martin Evaldi, Gary Shepherd,
Paul Mitchem, Roberta Mueller, Connie Thompson, Gail Gentry,
Jura McCarthy, Brenda Lyons, Mary Jo VVantland, Mike Kersker,
Martha Horton, Susan Boyette. FOURTH ROVV: Robert Moody,
Bill Bond, Danny Helou, Bill Davis, Kent XVorrall, Tom Davis,
Alan Thomas, Carol XVolfc, Helen King, Reece Kessler, Carolyn
Quick, Paul Stansbury, Roy Aerts, Tom Gregory. FIFTH ROW:
Jad Dawson, Harvey Johnson, Steve Greene, James Bailey, Bill N
Duckwall, Bruce Laval, Mark Kates, John Broderick, Wayne Wil-
son, Ed Brown, Randy Morrison, John Martin, Steve Wheeler.
Junior Classical League Follows Roman Customs
Mrs. Bennett discusses Latin culture with interested students.
The Junior Classical League of Northeast is part of
a national organization of high school Latin students. At
each of its monthly meetings, the club observes a differ-
ent Roman custom. Every year a number of students
from each Latin class represent Northeast at the state
Latin convention. The club ends its activities in the
spring with a gala Roman banquet. Robed in togas, the
c'Romasv enter the transformed cafeteria where they ob-
serve old Roman customs for the evening. All of its
members enjoy the Latin Club and agree that it furthers
their understanding of the ancient Roman people.
Junior Classical League members discuss plans for en-
tering contests at the Latin Forum.
1.C.L. OFFICERS: Mary Beth YVing, secretary, Kaye Knieriem
treasurer, Mark Kates, president, Mike Kersker, vice-president
French Club Promotes Interest in Language
FIRST ROW: Janet Kuhns, Reggie Barcley, Nancy Barcley, Mary
Beth Wing, Jean Wilson, Pam Eyman, Kathy Loeber, Marion
James, Liz Williams, Sam Bond, Margie Hinsley. SECOND ROW:
Donna Blanchard, Pam YVilliamson, Henri Bulter, Bonnie Daw-
son, Caylene Crimm, Cheryl Crabb, Kathy Hazam, Judie Herr,
Leah White, Linda Lewis, Sheila Lochner. THIRD ROW: Sarah
Holmes, Lois Hale, Martha Trimble, Lou Ellen Dickey, Jane
Kennedy, Nancy Roche, Ianice ,Haskell, Brenda Lyons,
Le Cercle Francais, the Northeast French Club, is
an extremely active language organization. Composed of
first, second, third, and fourth year French students, the
club is sponsored by Mr. Dardenne. The purpose of the
club is to promote interest in French culture and the
use of the French language. One of the highlights of
the year for the French Club was the dinner held at
the Orange Blossom Cafeteria.
Christine Hollingsworth, Kandy Bright, Peggy Reynolds. FOURTH
ROW: Connie Munch, Ceorge Mitcheson, Vic Daniels, Linda
Peterson, Linda Renken, Susan Gibson, Kathy Kolback, Marcia
Smith, Carol Young, Candy Moler, Denise Paulson. FIFTH ROW:
VVinston Cope, Iohn Pestozzi, john Hanley, Victor Commean,
Steve Creen, Bill Bond, Steve Hansel, Malene Fagg, Lynn Hart-
mann, Alanna Paulson.
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Drama workshop students and Mr. Challener discuss
an upcoming production.
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President Danny Helou and treasurer Donna Blanchard discuss
future activities of VVig and Mask.
Wig and Mask Promotes in Drama
The YVig and Mask Drama Club takes its name
from the tradition of the theater. Membership in the
club, which was organized at Northeast in 1958, is open
to any student who is interested in and enjoys the the-
ater. The purpose of the club is to encourage and pro-
mote interest in all phases of drama. One of the clubis
important projects is the annual dance. Club members
FIRST ROXV: Diane Cochran, Leslie Crizzle, Cenny Wells, Pat
Murphy, Elizabeth XVilliams, jean Kerr, Pam Eyman, Jill Azare-
nok, Donna Donthorier. SECOND ROVV: Betty NVood, Sally
Moreland, Ginger Cithers, Mary Leta Sweet, Jill Mabury, Lynn
VVells, jane VanderMeir, Diana Buckley, Cheryl Little. THIRD
made tapes for the library and presented skits, mono-
logues, dramatic readings, and scenes from plays for
their own enjoyment. The members of WVig and Mask
do not claim to be professionals, instead, they are stu-
dents who enjoy fellowship, service, and good drama.
Their participation in the club has given them a broader
knowledge of the drama world.
ROW: Geri VVright, Sharon Trimble, Linda Ryan, Irene McFar-
land, Sherri Cilkes, Ann Marie Blanchard. FOURTH ROW: Shar-
on Black, Danny Helou, Cheri Mullins, Linda Spears, Bill Mick-
litsch, Charles Buckley.
FIRST ROVV: Pete VVatts, Kay Flecman, Jeff Johns, Roberta Mike Dotson, Albert Goodrich, Cecil Curtis. THIRD ROW: Ron
Campbell, Annette Hicks, Dana Io Martin, Gertrude Kline. SEC- Curtis, James Pratt, Auben Brenneman, Mike Jacques, Terry
OND ROVV: Allen Langworthy, Sally Allen, Arlene Edwards, Myers, Ray Kile, David Stewart.
Ll Av Club Sells Paperbacks, Candiecl Apples
The LiAv Club, under Miss Lanphear and Mrs. An-
derson, teaches its members the proper use of library
facilities and A-V equipment so that they may better
serve the school.
Throughout the year the club sponsors the sale of
quality paperback books, a project designed both to en-
able students to own books they value and to make
money for the club. LiAv also sponsors candicd apple
sales. At the end of each school year, the club gives to
the library some piece of equipment which will con-
tribute to its efficiency.
The LiAv Club is affiliated with the Florida High
School Library Council and participates in its program.
FRONT ROXV: Sandy Smith, Roberta Campbell, Dana Io Mar-
tin. SECOND ROVV: Sponsor Mrs. Anderson, Auben Brenne
man, Ray Kile, Kay Fleeman, sponsor Miss Lanphear.
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FRONT ROXV: Denise Paudson, Chris Karlsson, Diane Frisbie,
Donna Blake, Sarah Holmes, Pat Lucas, Chris Hollingsworth, Mark
XVinter. SECOND ROXV: Joyce Stacy, John Jones, Nancy Flynn,
Bill Gessford, Linda Creene.
Students at Northeast are given the opportunity to
explore and develop interests in music through discus-
sions and listening sessions in the Keynoters Club. The
main activities of the club include field trips, instrumen-
tal demonstrations, guest speakers, and films on con-
temporary and historical music. The Christmas dance
highlights the social activities of the club. Those students
who wish to advance their abilities and interests in mu-
sic and the cultures surrounding the important discover-
ies in music are able to broaden their musical horizons
in the Keynoters Club.
Photo-Arts, Keynofers Provide Varied Activities
To further develop interest in the art of photography
is the purpose of the Photo Arts Club. Through projects
such as creating a story in pictures and demonstrations
as those of portrait lighting set-ups, members of the club
have learned much about photography and the close
relationship between photography and art.
FIRST ROW: Beverly Jenkins, Dorothy
Nagy, Sandy Sheheane, Lorene Pepper,
Jeanne Fallin, Caroline Kniseley, Kathy
Cook, Fred Tuck, Cheryl Houk, Cheryl
Wheeler. SECOND ROW: Linda Starns,
Karen Delaney, Judy Baxter, Phyllis
Jackson, Lee Davis, Sherri.Cilkes, Patt
Cooper, Betty Nousiainen, Judy White,
Bunny Cloud. THIRD ROW: Malene
Fagg, Dawn Quilligan, Brian Green,
Cathy Kallack, John Helton, Linda Rob-
bins, Angelo Bueciero, Roberta Muel-
ler, Margaret Lermox, Linda Triggs.
FOURTH ROW: Bob Moody, Roy Aerts,
Harvey Hilliard, Aurilia Ceorgariou, Jon
Alcott, Edward Cochran, James Carroll,
Rodney Fincher, James Jackson, Dan
Carter. FIFTH ROW: Martha Horton,
Don Frankenberg, Bill Snyder.
FRONT BOW: Leah VVhite, Mike Kersker, jim Blackman, Mary
Lombana, Keith Kewlcy. SECOND ROXV: John Patrick, Bob
Barrett, lack Day, Tom Thurston.
N. F. L. Members Gain Experience in Public Speaking
Students who participate in N ational Forensic
League debate activities gain valuable experience in
public speaking. This experience will prove very help-
ful to those who plan a career in law, government, or
any other field which requires poise and speaking skills.
This year debaters travelled to Tampa, Sarasota,
and Clearwater to attend Congresses, similar to our na-
tional Congress, and conferences, which are round-table
discussions on the national debate topic. Throughout the
year debaters participated in debate and extemporane-
ous speaking tournaments held at different schools.
National Forensic Leaguc members prepare for a coming debate
FRONT ROVV: jim Horn, Vaughn McCarthy, Bill Batdorf, Tom
XVaugh, Don Kelly, Ely Arts, Jody Bartlett, Frank Adams, Jim
Montgomery, Marshall Ogletrec. SECOND ROW: Keith Ringle-
spaugh, Vic Daniels, Ron Tiede, Mickey Burroughs, Jack Wil-
son, Bob Borucki, Bruce Laval, Clyde Rogers, Bob Burke, Bob
Brady, John Pestallozzi. THIRD ROW: Jim Pratt, jim Schauwek-
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The main purpose of the Letterman's Club is to pro-
mote sportsmanship, physical abilities, strength, and an
interest in athletics. To qualify for membership, a boy
must receive a letter from one of the many varsity sports
offered at Northeast: football, basketball, golf, track,
cross country, swimming, baseball, and tennis.
All of the club's projects are connected With the
athletic and physical education departments at North-
east. Members serve as officials at gym entrances and
help spectators at all home basketball games. One of
the past projects of the lettermen was putting down
the floor of the physical education room and coaches,
Through strict principles and athletic spirit, the Let-
termanis Club is able to attain its goal in promoting
athletic excellence. Because its members are the leaders
of Northeast in athletics, scholarship, and character,
the high standards of this organization are faithfully and
er, Pete Pardoll, Bill Duckwall, Ken Olivieri, Sid Miner, Doug
Lamb, Bob Swift, Charlie Buckley, Fred Widener. FOURTH
ROW: Randy Morrison, Dan Topping, Richard Sneed, Corey
Coughlin, Bill Cuiney, Tom Bell, Cordon Salisbury, Bill Hanley,
Steve Hall. FIFTH ROVV: john Hanley, Tom Davis, Dick Critz,
romofes High Standards
Northeasfs Tommy Davis fights valiantly but is overwhelmed by opposing tacklers.
Lettermen give an impromptu demon-
station of coordination and skill by form-
ing a human pyramid without a vertex.
of Sportsmanship and Character in Athletics
President Sid Miner discusses Lettcrman's Club projects Don Kelly makes a long jump shot in the game against Dixie Hollins
with secretary Bob Burke and vice-president Bill Cuiney. during the Christmas tournament.
FIRST ROW: Kathy Gibson, Liz VVilliams,
Genny XVells, Sarah Holmes, Kathy Van
Tomhout, Emily Wfoods, Kathy Stolley.
SECOND ROXV: Becky Staull, Sheri Gilkes,
Gerry Killen, Doris Spencer, Betty Thomp-
son, VVendy Wheats. THIRD ROW: Marty
Heaton, Linda Peterson, Terry Womiki,
Sue Ducker, Beverly Jarrett, Christine Hol-
lingsworth, Paula Gibson.
At m e e t i n g s of the Girls, Athletic Association
QG.A.A.J, programs are presented demonstrating many
different types of individual and group sports. Girls are
given opportunities to participate in extra-curricular
sports through the intramural and extramural teams.
Club projects are financed through a car wash and the
sale of Viking sweatshirts.
Y-Service, G. A. A. Sponsor Various Proiecfs
The go als of the Y-Service Club are leadership,
goodwill, and higher ideals of friendship among the stu-
dents at Northeast. The projects of the organization in-
cluded painting toys for needy children at the Christ-
mas Toy Shop. To finance the representation of North-
east at the Tri-State Conference, the Y-Service Club
sponsored a dance.
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FIRST ROW: Peggy Taylor, Rocky Rhodes,
Kathy Zeller, Linda Walters, Ginny Dupuis,
Rose Ann Layfield, Kathy Tiember. SECOND
ROVV: Ava Hedricks, Betsy Deviou, Lois Peel,
Donna Piccari, Barbara Shark, Cathy Swift,
Janice Critz. THIRD ROVV: Carol Newman,
Beverly Jarrett, Candy Backus, Marsha NValter,
Julie Lazzari, Linda Boyd, Monica Marrocces.
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Introducing Two Northeast Bands, Scarlet and Cream
CREAM MARCHING BAND
SCARLET SYMPHONIC BAND
Viking Scarlet Band Performs at Football
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The first of the two Northeast bands is the Scarlet
Symphonic Band, which is composed of juniors and sen-
iors. The 85-member Scarlet Band is directed by Mr.
Beeman and led by Drum Major Bruce Bowyer. The
captain is Denis Quilligan.
The Scarlet Band provided pep bands for pep as-
semblies and marched at most football games. They
marched in several parades, including Gasparilla, Fes-
tival of States, and Clearwater Fun ln Sun. The Scarlet
Band entered the district marching contest in November
and the playing contest in the first part of April. In
these contests they played as a Class AA band.
The big project of the band this year was the trip
to Nassau on April 25, 26, and 27. The club's money-
making projects to sponsor this trip included two candy
sales, car washes every two weeks, and the newspaper
drives. The band also presented its annual Winter Con-
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BAND OFFICERS, FRONT ROYV: Sue Voclk, Historian, Gretchen Laird,
Scribe, Linda Tope, Head Majorettcg Betty Nousiainon, 2nd Lt. of Girls,
Dorothy Nagy, Quartermaster, Sandy Shelieane, Librarian. SECOND
ROXV: Tom Steinberg, Sgt. of Details, Denis Quilligan, Band Captain,
Bruce Bowyer, Drum Majorg Rick Morelli, 2nd Lt. of Boys, Steve Acevcdo,
junior Drum Major, jim Jackson, lst Lt.
Band members relax during halftime at a football game.
Games, Enters District Contest. . .
CORNETS, FRONT ROW: Marcia Robertson, Fred Tuck, Linda PERCUSSION, FRONT Row: ixmgafer Lennox, Donna omg-
Roos, Linda Topo. SECOND ROVV: Ion Alcott, Cliff Stickland, ta, Dot Nagy, SECOND ROXVg Larry Holly, Ray Mantcll, Jim
Dennis McDonald, Lee Davis. jackson, Pat Neville, jim Poust.
SAXOPHONES, FRONT ROW: Linda Triggs, Cheryl Houk, Phyl-
lis Jackson, Roberta Mueller. SECOND ROW: Jeff Busch, Rob
McCandless, Brian Holton, Mike VVilson, Bill Elmersberger.
TROMBONES, FIRST ROW: Bill Snyder, John Helton, Brian
Green, Jim Swan. SECOND ROW: Tom Price, Morris West, Den-
is Quilligan, George Haseltine.
FLUTES, FRONT ROVV: Linda Rhea, Jeanne Fallin, Caroline
Knisely, Trudi Price. SECOND ROXV: Sue Strorner, Sherri Gilkes,
Ann Lake, Martha Horton.
in Several Parades, Plans
DOUBLE REEDS, FRONT RONV: Judy Baxter, Betty Nousiainen,
Lila Strauss, Carole Polcaro. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Nagy,
Gretchen Laird, Judy White, Tom Geary, Kancly Bright.
CLARINETS, FIRST ROVV: Sandy Sheheane, Ioyee Tucker, Barbara Evilsizer, Suzy Pylkas, Patt Cooper, Beverly Jenkins,
Cheryl VVheeler, Karen Delaney. SECOND ROW: Bruce Bowyer, Orville Grounds, Linda Robbins, Mary Carpenter,
Malene Fagg, Iudy YVhite, Gretchen Laird. THIRD ROW: Brian XVilson, Boh Moody, Roy Aerts, Ed Cochran, Brooks
XVeiss, Don Frankenherg, Susan Voelk.
Trip fo Nassau
BASSES: Toni Price, Harvey Hillyer, Larry Hopkins, Tom Stein
berg, Rick Morelli, Sandy Camel.
FRENCH HORNS AND BARITONES, FRONT ROXV: Linda Starns, Kathy Cook, Bunny Cloud, Kathy Kalbaek. SEC-
OND ROXV: jim Carroll, Dawn Quilligan, Dan Carter, Andy Mogilewsky, Rodney Fincher.
CREAM SYMPHONIC BAND
Viking Cream Band Members Gain Valuable
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The second of the two Northeast bands is the Cream
Symphonic Band, which is composed of sophomores. The
75-member band is also directed by Mr. Beeman. The
Drum Major is XVilliam Casler, and the captain is Rich-
Like the Scarlet Band, the Cream Band provides
pep bands for pep assemblies and marched at football
games. They marched in parades and participated in
the district marching contest in November and the play-
ing contest in the first part of April. Although the Scar-
let Band is entered as Class AA, the Cream Band is
entered as a Class B band.
The Cream Band also went to Nassau in April. They
participated in all of the moneymaking projects to
finance the trip: the candy sales, car Washes, and news-
In the Cream Band sophomores gain expericence in
performing and marching that they would not have
had if there were only one band. After a year in the
Cream Band, they are prepared to play in the more ad-
vanced Scarlet Band.
BAND OFFICERS, FRONT ROXV: Bonnie Land, Aurilia Georgariou, Jill
Hollinsworth, Margaret Hurley, David Poust. SECOND ROVV: William
gasler, Angelo Bucciero, Douglas Gregory, David Nesmith, Richard Grif-
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Stands are almost deserted at halftime as band members
take a break.
Marching and Performing Experience. . .
PERCUSSION, FRONT ROW: Marilyn Isaac,
Marian Boyd, Martha Heaton, Jane VanMeir. SEC-
OND ROW! D3Vid'P0USt, 101111 Y0dSI1ik5 Chaflef CORNETS, FRONT ROVV: Angelo Bucciero, David Jones, Wayne
DHVIS, LHTFY Glennie, 101111 Wllllams, VIUCCIH d Wilson, Douglas Gregory. SECOND ROVV: Steve Martz, Robert
Angelo- Mauk, Iolin -LeGrant, Richard Griffin.
FLUTES, FIRST ROXV: Susan Haley, Bonnie Land, Jacqueline Hallas,
Paulclie VVilliams, Margaret Hurley. SECOND ROXV: Diane Acevedo, Linda
Dorman, Diane Hotalen, John Baron, Charles Jarrett.
TROMBONES, FIRST ROVV: Steve West, Caroline
Jacobs, Hoyt Fallin. SECOND ROVV: Robert Schlum-
berger, David Jerry.
Enters District Contests, Accompanies Scarlet
DOUBLE REEDS, FIRST ROVV: Ginger Hiley, Diane Berg, FRENCH HORNS AND BARITONES, FRONT ROW: John Fzlgg,
Aurilia Georgariou, Irma Niccum. SECOND ROW: Beverly MC- Jean DeFrancesco, Tom Brondstetter, Michael Kersker. SEC-
Donald, Jill Hollingsworth, Janice Gifford, Robert Craven. OND ROW: VVilliam Casler, Cordon Hall, Gregory Woods, John
SAXOPHONES, FRONT ROVV: Cathy Niccum, Sheila Clayton, Barbara Caldwell, Virginia Debbs, Dodie Hopkins. SEC-
OND ROXV: Dale Thomas, Reiner Blomberg, David Nesmith, joette XViclner, Bryan Holtz.
Band on Nassau Trip
BASSES: Paul Henry, LeRoy Amerson, Leslie Tullo, Paul Mitchem
CLARINETS, FRONT ROVV: Sandra Fiyalko, Patricia Howell, Ann Ebersherger, jean Ceary, Connie McLaughlin, Mar-
garet O,Neill, Carolyn Lacy. SECOND ROW: Eileen Henzler, Kathy Butler, Kay Lewis, -lolin Fade, Linda Lane, Cheryl
Carson, Richard Hetherton, Becky Stoll, Barbara Manstan.
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High-Stepping Majorettes Lead Scarlet Band
Viking Scarlet majorettes played an important part
in the band performances this year. During the fall foot-
ball games, majorettes added their skill and the results
of hours of practice to the band's sparkling presentations.
Their fabulous fire twirling made the events even more
The majorettes led the Viking Band as it marched
in many parades. In the spring when the band entered
area contests, these girls demonstrated their ability in
the majorette contest. They each must play an instru-
ment, and they rejoined the band as playing members
in the concerts.
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ances put on at football games by the Viking Band. during il break at 21 fO0tlJ3ll game.
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Sophomore Maioreffes Lead Cream Band
Jill Hollingsworth, Head Majorette
The Cream majorettes are the counterpart of the
Scarlet majorettes, marching and twirling with their own
Cream Band. Like the other members of the Cream
Band, the majorettes are sophomores.
The Cream majorettes performed at football games
and marched in parades with their band. They also en-
tered the majorette contest in the area band contest.
Like the Scarlet majorettes, they must be able to play
an instrument in the band, and they rejoin it to play in
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FIRST ROXV: James Budday, Stephen Barth, Janet Cook, John
YVL-therell, Cenevieve Beat, Anne Triggs. SECOND ROYV: Sharon
Trimhle, Tim Richardson. Linda Dorman, Peter DeCarlonis,
Charles Jarrett, Cheryl Carson, Sandra Fiyalko, Diane Berg,
Rohcrt Craven, Jill Hollingsworth, Connie Thompson. THIRD
ROYV: Pat Neville, Marian Boyd, David Poust, David Jerry,
Karnes Carroll, Douglas Cregory, David Nesmith. XIJSSINC: Carol
Billips, Celeste Buchanan, Dan Drake, Linda Triggs, Cheryl
Houk, Lois Peel, Michael Kersker, Rohert Mauk, George Hasel-
Viking Orchestra Has Successful First Year
A highly successful addition to the music curriculum
at Northeast has been the orchestra, which was organ-
ized this year. The 35-memher orchestra is composed of
sophomores, juniors and seniors, many of whom also play
in the Scarlet and Cream Bands.
One of the performances given hy the orchestra was
at the XYinter Concert presented hy the two hands. The
orchestra, directed hy Mr. Beeman, accompained the
two hands on the trip to Nassau during the last week of
One of thc important pieces in the orchestra The orchestra put on a successful performance at the annual YVintcr Con-
is the kettle drum, played by Pat Neville. cert presented hy the Viking Bands.
FIRST ROXV: Donna Campbell, Marsha Goheen, Kathy Loeber,
Mary Butler, Carol Otteson, Candace Winslow, Ruth Mook, Paul-
ette King, Sherri Assay, Annette Hicks, Cheryl Albrecht, Connie
Kirkland. SECOND BOW: Becky A. Rice, Rene Allen, Kathy
Trabert, Nancy Roche, Kathy Domeier, Dona Marous, Carol
VVolfe, Carol Sackett, Elizabeth Elliott, Connie Lewis, Linda
Oliver, Freida Freeman, David Alexander, Pat Cheers, Linda
Montague, Myra Crosen, Barbara Metcalf, Frank Walters. THIRD
ROVV: Ed Monk, Bob Ammon, Mike Donahue, Bill Keith,
Swan, Linda Bell, David Myers, Steve Bayless, Stuart MacFar-
land, Dale Hadley, Cary Thacker, Allen Farabee, Fred Lintz,
Eddie Lee, Bruce Stiles. NOT PICTURED: Bobbi Brown, Judy
Hoffman, Annette Saunders, Iackie Humphries, Carol Wright.
Concert Choir Has Varied Accomplishments,
The Concert Choir, under the direction of Dale
Stonecipher, is an organization with many purposes. Not
only does it provide excellent programs for the student
body and various civic groups, but it also deals with
music education. The Choral Department is known for
vitality and exceptional talent and is often mistaken for
a college choir because of its mature sound.
All types of music in many different languages are
included in the Choiris repertory. In addition, music the-
ory and appreciation are a part of the year's course. The
annual Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter assemblies
are but a part of the Choiris performance schedule. It
also presents the Spring Concert, the musical, and pro-
grams at churches and clubs in St. Petersburg.
The curriculum of this class is designed to stimulate
the studentis interest in music. The high quality of the
Concert Choir is an indication of the hard work on the
part of Mr. Stonecipher and the group to combine inter-
est and ability into such a polished and satisfying product.
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Down in the Valley.
Allen Farabee, as Braclc VVcnver, longs to be free
and see Iennic again.
Produces Superlafive Results
Sopranos work on a difficult passage.
The Choir presents a beautiful assembly program for Christmas.
FIRST ROXV: Donna Campbell, Dona Marous, Linda Martin,
Darian XValker, Nancy Roche, Kathy Loeber. SECOND ROIV:
Pat Cheers, Becky A. Bice, Ray Bowman, Carol Sackett, Lee
Davis, Ruth Mook, Cheryl Albrecht. THIRD ROXV: Bob Ammon,
Steve Bayless, Allen Farabee, Cary Thacker, Dale Hadley, Buddy
Gondoliers Are Prestige Group of Northeast
The Cvondoliers, a select group of music students
who specialize in popular music, is an exceptionally Fine
ensemble, well-known and Well-liked in St. Petersburg.
Its superior quality speaks for itself, and thus the group,
a prestige organization of our school, is kept busy
throughout the year at various hotels, clubs, and shows
in the city.
Another song is added to the Gondolierls repertory.
This year the Concloliers rehearse as a class the
seventh period. Its members add an extra h o u r to their
school day to Work to make the group a better one. The
many hours have certainly produced a rewarding prod-
uct, and the student body and faculty alike take pride
in the accomplishments of this highly entertaining en-
Gondoliers rehearse for one of their many hotel jobs.
FIRST ROW: Patricia Cates, Wendy NVietz, Susan Haley, Sheila
Ritehison, Lorene Pepper, Karen Gabrielson, Diane Frisbie, Clara
Perna, Ioan Portwood. SECOND ROXV: Christine Muller, Sue
Crowell, Debi Roberts, Sandi Pruett, Sharon Manning, Io Ann
Choirs Enhance Northeast
Munson, Marilyn Leigh, Roger Bowers, Helen King. THIRD
ROVV: VValt Proctor, Jim Pratt, Jerry Price, Shela Nelson, Rick
Olson, Bill Sehotr, Bob Meeks, Virginia Starrett.
FIRST ROXV: Carolyn Allen, Mary Sweet, Cindy May, Ianis
Flynn, Carolyn Billups, Jane Okins, Cheryl Ann Disken, Diana
Destefano. SECOND ROXV: Mary Lombana, Karen jones, Jean
Hewitt, Cheri Mullins, Debbie Mosley, Linda Graham, Sandee
Kindel, Suzanne Atkins, Bobbi Gibson. THIRD ROVV: Harold
Maphet, John Chapman, Frank Bean, VVayne Barksdale, Ken
Galloway, Ray Bowman, Phil Kehve. NOT PICTURED: jackie
Harson, Ernestine Hoge, Linda House, Cary Olsen, Lillian Kane.
Drama Students Learn Acting, Technical
Bonny Giles, Alanna Paulsen, Bill Kiely, Skiffie Harrington, Shar- Stephenson, Bobbi Strauss, Dona Marous, Allen Farabee, Cheryl
on Enck, Cathy Bond, Bob Borucki, Wilbur Thomas, Barbie Albrecht, KandyBrigl1t, Ray Fumea
For five years Northeast Drama VVorkship produc-
tions have delighted audiences. Interested students must
audition to join the Workshop, and only members of the
Workshop participate in the productions. Students learn
acting and technical staging in an informal classroom
setting and in the actual productions.
VVorkshop productions over the years have been very
successful. The more recent ones include "The Impor-
tance of Being Earnest," which was presented for the
Wheel Arena Theater last year. The VVheel Arena The-
ater productions are performed as a theater-in-the-round
and are sponsored by the Interact Club. Another recent
production was the musical "Down in the Valleyf, which
was presented by both the drama department and the
music department. The first production this year was
"Kind Ladyf also a theater-in-the-round.
In the spring the workshop presents the Arbie
Award Show, and the year closes with the presentation
of Arbie trophies to outstanding drama students.
Staging through Workshop Productions
Love conquers ull in "The Importance of Being Eamestf'
Dona Marous realizes the evil motives of her house guests in "Kind Lady."
Allen Farabee and Allen Thomas exchange
sharp words over tea.
The cast of "Kind Ladyv takes il bow after a successful performance.
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Editor-in-Chief Sue Rigler shows first proofs to the Log staff.
Award-Winning Viking Log Results
One of the three major publications at Northeast is
the Viking Log, the award-Winning yearbook. Wo1'k on
the Log is begun as soon as the staff members are named
in their junior year. Section editors make preliminary
decisions and plans to be approved by the editor-in-chief.
During the summer manv staff members attend the year-
book Workshop at the University of Florida to become
more familiar with the journalistic techniques used in
producing an outstanding yearbook.
The pace quickens as school begins again. The page
layouts must bc planned, pictures are taken and identi-
fied, and the copy is typed up. The publishing company
sets up deadlines in November, December, january, Feb-
ruary, and March by which they must receive each sec-
tion. Business management is another very important
part of the production of the yearbook. Accounts of stu-
dent purchases and advertising must be kept. The ad-
visors, Mr. jenkins and Mrs. Bierly, are vital, for With-
out their help and patience there could be no yearbook.
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the book and its dedication are given to the students
SPONSORS: Mrs. Bierly and Mr. jenkins. and fqculty
Ken Olivieri, Acluz'rtiSingg Anders Nilsen, Aflvc'rti,s'ing1g Carol Smalley, Busi
Becky Bond, Clulzsg Sue Pylkus, OflLl'!lIllZllfl!7Il.S', Leo
Granger, Sports, Ann Jacobs, Clulns.
from Careful Planning, Hard Work
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Kathy Grcslm, Cl!!-SS, Darian XValkcr, Facultyg Susan Mills, Clf1.s',s'. TOP TO BOTTOM: Nancy Flynn, Art, Darian
YValkvr, Lifcfnflqfg Colly Devine, Litzwlry.
Roberta Lucas, Editor-in-Chief
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Journalism students count out papers to be distributed to the student body.
Outstanding Nor'Easter informs Vikings
SPONSORS: Mrs. Bierly and Mr. jenkins.
Fine writin g, excellent photography, and good
management are combined in Northeastis outstanding
paper, the N0r'Easter. Staffed and edited by journalism
students, the Nor'Easter is published biweekly. Through
their work on the paper, the members of the staff are
able to learn more about journalism and to make use
of their creative ability.
Wfeekly deadlines are set up, by the printer for the
receipt of all copy and pictures. Wfhen the printed copy
is returned, the staff must paste the stories and pictures
on galley sheets. Then when the paper is completely
printed and returned the second time, the journalism
classes distribute it to the student body. The business edi-
tors mail copies of the Nor'Easter to all the advertisers.
Through the Nor'Easter the students are informed
about school news and sports activities. Articles on topics
of general interest to young people are often included.
In addition, the paper allowed Northeast students to
sound off on their pct peeves. The hard work of many
students has made the Nor'Easter an outstanding scho-
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SEATED: Carol Sackett, Front Page. STANDING: Pam
Windham and Barbara Rossi, Editorial Page.
SEQATED: jo Gustuvson, Page Tlzreeg Put Shiinkus, Page Six.
STANDING- Donn-1 Blake, Page Tlzreeg Bob Burke and Ginny
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of School News, General Interest Topics
Nancy Flyriry Art Editor and john jones, Photographer.
Anders Nilsen, Adrzertising Editor. Ginny Dupuis, Sports
PIIQQQ Stephanie Puffcr, Copy Editor.
FIRST RQXV: Cathy Domeier, Stephanie Puffer, Susan Traylor,
Ginny DuPuis, Donna Blake, Pam Dorman, Suzie XVinter. SEC-
OND BOW: Roberta Lucas, Nancy Flynn, Linda Sprankel, Sue
Pylkas, Barbara Ferguson, Becky Bond, Ann Jacobs. THIRD
,V Mrs Bierly
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OFFICERS: Cathy Domeier, secretary, Sue Rigler, vice-presi-
dent, Roberta Lucas, president, Dave Myers, treasurer.
ROXV: Cordon Salisbury, Bob Hayes, Bob Burke, Anders Nilsen,
Ken Olivicri, Dave Myers, Pat Shimkus. NOT: PICTURED: Sue
Rigler, Lynda Yurman, Colly Devine. 530 G, Q, 3
M..'1e..ki.S Quill and Scroll Activities
Quill and Scroll is a national honor society for high
school journalists. Membership is by invitation only and
is determined on the basis of scholastic standing, as well
as journalistic endeavor.
Members of the Viking Chapter of Quill and Scroll
work on one or more of the three publications-the
Nor'Easter, the Viking Log, and Soundings. When en-
rolled as a member, each student receives a Quill and
Scroll pin and a subscription to the national magazine.
The Viking Chapter holds monthly meetings, and
has various projects throughout the year. To raise money
the club sponsors a dance after a basketball game. Mem-
bers participate in the national Quill and Scroll contest,
which awards scholarships to deserving writers in the
various areas of journalism. Each year the chapter spon-
sors delegates to the Florida Scholastic Press Association
Through participation in Quill and Scroll activities
and Work on the publications, students are encouraged
as future Writers.
Roberta Lucas helps Becky Bond identify pictures for the Viking Log.
Pam Dorman shows the after effects of staying up late
to meet a deadline.
lnclude State Convention, National Contest
Ginny DuPuis sells tickets to the dance sponsored by
Quill and Scroll.
Quill and Scroll members work diligently as staff members on the dif-
ferent publications at Northeast.
National Honor Society Encourages
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The Viking Chapter of the National Honor Society
follows the objectives of the national organization: to
create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to
serve, to promote student leadership, and to encourage
the development of character. One of the highest hon-
ors a high school student can receive is election to Na-
tional Honor Society, for his character, leadership, and
service, in addition to his scholarship, are recognized as
outstanding. The grade point average required for elec-
tion to the Society is 3.25 for juniors and 3.0 for seniors.
Membership is limited to ten per cent of the junior class
and fifteen per cent of the senior class. Because of its
high standards and qualifications, membership in Na-
tional Honor Society is a life-long honor.
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Gilbert Shamas Edward Spalty Sandra Taylor
Susan Veelk Nancy Vogt Darian Walker
To finance the clubs activities, members sold dough-
nuts each week. Members maintain a free tutoring serv-
ice for the student body. As a community project mem-
bers made Christmas bundles for retarded children. Dele-
gates from the Viking Chapter attended the district
meeting and the state convention of National Honor So-
cieties. In the spring the chapter held an induction
ceremony for the members who were tapped this year.
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FIRST RONV: Kathy Crm-sh, Gail Gower, june Leouurcl, Barbara Alclersou. ,
SECOND ROXV: Nancy Burclcy, jucly Carcloza, lVl2ll'Sllll Gohccn. THIRD ' M
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BARBARA ALDERSON IUDY CARDOZA
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Nc-Hi and Largo cheerleaders take a Coke break at
Viking Cheerleaders Display Loyalty, Pep
Present at all football and basketball games, the
Viking cheerleaders exemplify the sportsmanship and
school spirit of Northeast students. Their enthusiasm and
loyal support of the team spreads throughout the student
The cheerleaders begin their practice sessions in Au-
gust each year. They not only learn the traditional cheers
thoroughly, but also make up new ones. XVhen the sea-
son begins, they present novel pep assemblies before
each inter-city game. Spirit, determination, and loyalty
have combined in these ten girls to make a superior
Marsha Coheen and Reggie Barclcy lead a spirited cheer for the Viking
june Leonard, Kathy Gresh, and Cail Cower display the
new pompons purchased by the Civinette Club.
OFFICERS: Mike D'Amico, treasurcrg Suzie VVinter, presidentg Joey Granger, vice-
Miss Balasso Mr. VVilson
Pep Squad members prepare to begin a new cheer at
a pep rally.
Pep squad members pause during a break in
a pep assembly.
Pep Squad Encourages
The Pep Squad was newly organized this year under
the directorsliip of Miss Balasso and Mr. Wilson. The
squad is open to all students of the school, and its ob-
jectives are to promote school spirit and support the
athletic program wholeheartedly.
Members are issued a Pep Squad emblem and the
squad cheers as a group at athletic meets. A point sys-
tem is used with credits for attending meetings and
games. High scorers received letters at the end of the
The Pep Squad has done a fine job toward helping
to promote school spirit this year, and we hope to con-
tinue and grow for many years to come.
Pep Squad members cheer enthusiastically for NeHi,s
basketball team ut an exciting game.
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The Pep Squurl leads the crowds in the rhythm cheer,
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VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM, FIRST ROW: Sterling Bacurl,
,lim Hanneman, Tom Broundstctter, Coach Loren WVard. SECOND
ROWV: Ken Richards, Tom Davis, 'lack Brodrick, Larry Andrews,
Elbert Barber, Ken Clements, Corey Coughlin, jim Montgomery.
THIRD RONV: David Beck, Charles Hoffner, Kim McNeil, Bill
Vike ball-carrier is downed after a short gain.
Marshal, Ralph Lamb, Mike Mignone, Bill Jennings, john Baron,
Leslie Tullo, Coach Ceorge Efthcmes. FOURTH ROW: Barry
Lazzeroni, Tom Price, Greg Comnes, Bill Hanley, Coach Bear
Cunnin, Mike Hovey, Ken Olivieri, Doug Lamb.
The Season's Roundup:
Although the losses of the 1963-64 Viking Football
Team were great, the boys used the experience they
gained to advantage. Through working together so ear-
nestly under the guidance of such leaders as Ken Olivieri
and Bill Cuiney they came to understand the true mean-
ing of teamwork.
Since the majority of the team were underclassmen,
there are many trained and experienced boys to come
back and fight for the Viking cause next year. This
yeafs legacy includes such outstanding players as Dick
Critz, Fred Widener, Tom YVaugh, Tom Davis, and Corey
Coughlin. With these and the other team veterans,
Northeast should enjoy a successful season next year.
Even though the team suffered many drawbacks,
the boys were always in there fighting with true Viking
spirit and drive, and we are proud of their efforts.
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FIRST ROW: Roger Bowers, Rick Cwark, Vaughn McCarthy, Viking end and Dixie Hollins defenders scramble for a pass
Tom VVaugh. SECOND ROXV: Ron Ticdc, Bill Cuiney, Coach
Tom Zachary. THIRD ROXV: Dick Critz, Dam Topping Richard
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Viking Football Team Works Hard,
September 20 St. Petersburg
October 4 Dunedin
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8 Boca Ciega
15 Bishop Barry
29 Dixie Hollins
CAPTAINS: Bill Cuiucy, Ken Olivieri, Stove Hall, Doug Lamb.
Steve Hull lieucls clownficlcl after receiving ll pass.
Tom Davis zeroes in on Dixie Hollins ball-carrier.
Coach VVarcl and manager Bob Burke ready substitute for action
Drive and determination pay off in Viking effort.
Dick Critz stops 21 Dixie Hollins bid for yardage.
Sid Miner cxccutcs fake to spring ball-carrier loose
MANAGERS, FRONT ROW: William Batclorf, lim Horn.
SECOND ROYV: Bob Burke, Frank Adams, Marshall Ogletree.
Bill Guiney evades Boca Ciega blocker and closes in on ball
Tom VVaugl1 drives hard for extra yardage.
J. V. Football Team Trains for Future
I. V. FOOTBALL TEAM, FIRST ROXV: Marvin Hoyt, Steve Hardeman, Elbert Barber, Mike Quinglcy, Tom
Bronsteadcr, Billy Davis, Kim McNeil, Jack Brodrick, Lester Knight. SECOND ROYV: XVarren Adams, Steve Young,
Greg Moore, Larry Andrews, Norbert Muller, john NVinters, John Baron, Bill Marshall, Lcsile Tullo, john Kennedy.
THIRD HOXV: Jim Lersch, Ken Clements, Bill Iennings, Mike Long, Charles Hoffncr, David Beck, Tommy
Hotalen, Mike Mignone, Alcan DeFrancesco, Bill Mina, Ken Richards, Coach Efthemes.
The junior Varsity Football Team, coached by
George Efthemes and john Ash, completed its season,
and the I.V. performers now have their eyes on varsity
football berths on next yearis team. The prime purpose
of the junior varsity program being to provide sopho-
mores with experience under game conditions, the
season can well be designated highly successful.
Playing a five-game schedule against the junior
varsity clubs from other area schools, the NeHi Future
stars showed the promise that will enable 1964 and
1965 NeHi gridiron teams to continue their tradition
of determination and fighting spirit. Many times past
performances of the varsity have shown how really im-
portant a sound, well-balanced sophomore team is to
the football future of Northeast.
The long hours of practice spent in master-
ing the fundamentals of blocking, running, tackling, and
passing will make the difference between an average
season and a superior season.
Vike team plans second-half strategy in the locker room.
New Athletic Director, Head Coach Appointed
Athletic Director Paul jenkins welcomes new Head Coach Carl Adams to the Viking staff.
Next year the Viking Football Team will have a
new coach, Carl Adams, who succeeds Loran V. Ward
as Head Football Coach. Coach Adams also teaches
business math and is assistant track coach. He came to
Northeast at the beginning of second semester this year
from Port Charlotte, Florida.
Coach Adams was born in Hamilton, Ohio, on Iune
14, 1929. He received his bachelorls degree from Man-
chester College and his masteris degree from Ball State
Teachers College. YVhile in college he received varsity
letters in both football and baseball.
Coach Adams began his career in Dayton, Ohio,
at Dixie High School. He then coached an undefeated
conference championship team at Criffinth High School
in Criffinth, Indiana. After coaching at Peru High School
in Peru, Indiana, he returned to his alma mater, Man-
chester College, where he served as Defensive Football
Coach. After moving to Florida, he taught at Edison
Junior College in Port Charlotte. He has a record of
25 wins, 10 losses, and 1 tie as a Head Coach.
Athletic Director and Business Manager of the
Athletic Department, Paul Ienkins, carries a large re-
sponsibility in the sports curriculum of Northeast High
School. Acting in this capacity, he coordinates the entire
athletic program. All coaches are under his supervision
and he must see to it that they carry out their duties.
Also, Mr. Ienkins does most of the clerical Work neces-
sary, thus leaving the coaches more time to train our
fine Viking teams. Too, he serves as the public relations
person for the department with parents and the com-
Mr. Jenkins, who earned his B.A. at the University
of Kentucky and his M.A. at Indiana University, has
had an extensive sports career himself. In college he
played and coached football and basketball, and was
all-American While on the University of Kentucky Basket-
ball Team. Since that time he has coached for a total
of twenty-six years in Kentucky, Ohio, and Florida. Mr.
jenkins has been at Northeast since the school was
established ten years ago.
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Freshmen Prepare for High School Debut
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Tom Stovall, Steve Horning, Larry Chandler, Tom Allison, Bill
Harkey, Ronnie Reid, Mike Miller. Harry Thomas, manager,
Bryan Hamilton. SECOND ROWV: Steve Cihson, Hank jackson,
Bob Howe, joe Greco, Hugh Lee, Chet Cauger, Charlie Watts,
Steve XVinters, jim Hollingsworth, Eric XVinters, Andy Sear-
lJO1'OUQ,l'l, joe Blish, Mike Champley. THIRD ROYV: Don Davis,
Rodney Schaefer, Dave McNeal, jim XVinters, Mike Miller, joe
Kelley, Tom Taylor, Greg Meyer, Cary Trangas, Steve Ritch,
Marty Cilkes, Boh Flack, Coach Hataway, Coach Cook.
Viking Cagers Exhibit Ability, Spirit,
KNEELING: -lody Bartlett, Coach Benjamin, Fran Bourdeau.
STANDING: Bruce Hamilton, Dan Topping, Larry Holly, Lee
From early December to the end of February,
basketball dominated thc sports scene at Northeast. This
yearis team, under the direction of Coach Lee Benjamin,
overcame its height disadvantage to post a successful
record of 10 Wins and 8 losses in conference games.
Team members began work early in the year, tak-
ing part in intramurals before official practice began.
Then, after football team members had a chance to
try out, the final twelve members of the basketball team
The team faced opponents from other high schools
in the Pinellas County Conference. In addition to the
regular games, the Viking team participated in the
Christmas and District Tournaments and played an ex-
tra game against Florida High School from Tallahassee.
Ability, spirit, and hustle Were outstanding char-
acteristics of Viking play this year. These factors com-
bined to make a successful year for the NcIIi basketball
Granger, Tom Price, Tom Bell, Bill Bond. MISSING: jim
Coach Benjamin and team members follow action from the
bench in a close game.
Hustle, Accomplish Fine
Cuarcl Fran Bonrclcau clrivcs in for a lay-np against Tarpon
Flying Tom Br-Il hooks it in for two more- points.
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13 Tarpon Springs
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14 Dixiv llollins
17 Bisliop Barry
24 Boca Cicga
25 Florida Hi gli
31 Tarpon Springs
14 St. Petersburg
18 Dixie Hollins
21 Bishop Barry
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Managers, Team Work Hard
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ff! CAPTAINS: Tom Bell and Loc Granger.
'Stretchu Murphy puts in a rebound for Northeast.
Luc Granger puts in two more for Northeast in a
close St. Pete game-.
Lev Granger and Tom Price battle with Barons for 21 rebound.
Fighting Vikes in Action
Twin B4-ll iumps high to put the ball up for a
Sophomorc- Dun Topping finds that handling that slippery ball isnit easy.
Northeastis Lee Granger manages to get off il shot amidst a
host of Dunedin Cagers,
Tom Pricv snzlrcs il rchouncl and gets rmrzicly to shoot.
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Dale Seitz. STANDING: Steve Henneka, Tom Broundstetter, Steve Adams, Bryant Smith, Glen Drier, Dave Ierry, Frank
Sctzer, Frank Adams, john Domeier.
J. V. Basketball Team Has Successful Year
Northeast students are proud of the junior Varsity
Basketball Team, which this year produced its out-
standing record of fifteen Wins and only three losses.
These satisfying results are to be accredited to hard-
Working coach, Mr. Efthemes, and all the boys on the
The efforts of this team not only make a fine show-
ing but also promise a good season for the varsity
team of next year. NVith the combination of talent and
experience of the players on the I.V., the up-coming
varsity already has a fine start.
Northeast students salute the junior Varsity Team
with such able members as Tom Steinberg, Charlie
Davis, Fred Feaster, Dale Seitz, and Glen Drier, the
fine coach, and the teamis admirable accomplishments.
jayvee coach George Efthemes relaxes after a real 'ihardv
Track Team Excels in Various Areas
TRACK TEAM, FIRST ROW: Corey Coughlin, Bob Schlum-
berger. john Van De Steeg, Clyde Rodgers, Creg Comnes,
Richard Critz, David Luce, David Van Leween, Herb De Croat,
Greg Moore. SECOND ROW: Robert Saul, Ken Richards,1im
Montgomery, Pat Kelley, Randy Morrison, Tom Bell, Bill Bond,
This year's Viking Track Team successfully met the
challenge of a full and strenuous schedule. Among the
many areas included in track are dashes, relays, high
jumping, broad jumping, pole vaulting, and discus throw-
ing. Each team member trains and competes in the
area for which his special talents are best suited.
To build speed and stamina, members of the team
took part in isometric exercises. These, together with
wind sprints and work on the fundamentals, constituted
the major part of the teamis training. After such vigorous
workouts the team was ready to meet its opponents
from other high schools. In addition to the regular
meets, Viking team members participated in the city,
conference, group, and state meets in April and May.
Roger Bowers, Mike Adamson, Kevin Vaughn. THIRD ROW:
Coach Carl Adams, Ed Burns, Tom Driver, Loren Kelley, Sam
Curin, Richard Cwark, Jim Bailey, Roy Aiken, Ron Reed, Kent
Worrall, Eakes, Stan Higgenbotham, Coach Kim Alsop.
Northeastis Roger Bowers makes his landing while practicing for
the broad jump.
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shown he-rc by track performers.
Vike track coach Kim Alsop wears a friendly smile not seen too
often hy NeHi cinclermen.
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Kim McDill puts in some time working with the Weights.
Viking Track Team Builds up Strength,
Managerial duties of the track team are
Stan Higgenbotham and Jim Anderson.
Dick Critz puts the shot as weight-man Greg Comnes
checks for form.
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Bill Bond goes through a "dry run" in preparing for competition in the
NeHi's jim Bailey displays a good follow-
through as he throws the discus.
Endurance Through lsomefrics, Work-Outs
Bishop Barry, Dixie
Dunedin, Bishop Barry
Seminole, Dixie Hollins
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Fun and Sun Relays
junior Tom Bell "explodes" out of the starting blocks in an
effort to improve 100-yard dash times.
Viking Swimmers Compile Outstanding
Mr. Allen and Miss Freemen seem happy about the swim
teamls prospects for the coming season.
The 1964 Viking Swimming Team, under the direc-
tion of Coaches Barbara Freeman and Ned Allen, made
full use of the advantage of having a pool at Northeast
in completing another successful year.
To build up endurance and strength, the squad
did various exercises, including Warm-ups, stretches, iso-
metrics, and push-ups. In order to improve their skills,
team members trained for long hours in all sorts of
Weather. The Northeast team competed against teams
from other area high schools in the six categories: back-
stroke, breast-stroke, butterfly stroke, freestyle, medley,
and diving. The strength and talent of both girls, and
boys, teams enabled them to make an excellent showing
at the city, conference, regional, and state meets, as
well as in the regular meets.
GIRLS SVVIM TEAM, FIRST ROVV: Stephanie Taylor, Penny Hines, june Musser, Sandy Justice, Ros-
anne Layficld. SECOND ROXV: Carolyn Sharples, Kzthy Cay, Carol Lee Kingan, Ann McDaniels, Roxan-
na Rhodes. THIRD ROWV: Chris Caygi, Cathy Coleman, Mary Hunt, Brenda Ball, Donna Seitz, Sandy
Records in Various Areas of Competition
BOYS SWIM TEAM, FIRST ROW: Steve Ellemian, Don Tiesler, jim Ferguson, John Edwards, Barry Stewart, Ken Potts, Bruce
Bob Micklish, Bob Van De Steeg, Bob Ferguson, Bill Swanson, Davidson. THIRD ROW: Bill Duckwall, Richard Sneed, Bill
Butch Ringlespaugh. SECOND ROW: Vic Daniels, Lee Saffer, Buechner, Alan Reeger, Cordon Salisbury, Bill Green, Paul Lucia.
Girls swim team managers Pat Quinn and Roberta Caygi find just
enough spare time to do a little studying.
Diver Bob Van De Steeg makes his entry
into the water following a spring off of
the high dive.
Northeast Pool Provides Swimming Team
Boys team manager Howard Curd relaxes before practice.
Fun and Sun
Swimmer Vic Daniels puts in a few practice laps in the butterfly stroke.
With Opportunity to Imp
Chris Gaygi reaches out for a little extra speed in the back-stroke.
Back-stroker Alan Reeger churns the water while preparing
for the first meet.
CAPTAINS: Roxanna Rhodes, Keith Ringlespaugh, Cordon Sal-
isbury, Kathy Coleman.
Bill Duckwall and Bruce Davidson "clown" a
bit during a leisure moment.
Hard Practice, Determination Produce
Gary Scopes demonstrates good
form for sewing during a practice
Keen competition and deserved victories were high-
lights of the 1964 tennis season at Northeast. Each
member of the two NeHi teams, boys, and girlsi, dedi-
cated himself to high standards of skill and sportsman-
ship. Under the guidance of Coaches Phillips and Ben-
jamin, the two teams had another successful year.
The experience of the returning lettermen and the
ambition of the novices were combined in this yearis
teams. Daily sessions of hard practice were instrumental
in developing the skills to meet the stiff competition
of such city and conference rivals as St. Pete. The
abilities and determination of the team members enabled
them to place well in doubles competition, as well as in
Joyce Mac Farland, Pat Ferguson, Joy Newton, Coach Margaret
Phillips, Carol Newman, Barbara Shank.
KNEELINC: Ginny Dupuis, Diane Frisbie. STANDING: Leidia Merhige, Malene Fagg, Ian
Critz, Mary Domeier, Elizabeth Elliot.
Outstanding Year for NEHI Netters
BOYS TENNIS TEAM: Gil Shamas, Richard Schwartz, Dave Lambrecht, Steve Hansel, Gary Scopes.
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Pat Ferguson receives a few helpful hints about her back-hand
from coach Margaret Phillips.
Netter Gil Shamas puts just a little bit of extra
effort into this serve in an effort to perfect it.
Talent, Determination, and Sportsmanship
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BASEBALL TEAM, FIRST BOXV: Vaughn McCarthy, Dean Saggitt, Jim Zuffel, Ed Gwark, Ken Vanderpool, SECOND
ROXV: Fred NVidener, George Mitcheson, Barry Lazzeroni, Bruce Boyle, Bob Nelle. THIRD ROW: Manager Frank Adams,
Bill Huguet, Lee Granger, Bill Kiely, Larry Holly, Bill Cuiney, Coach Tom Zachary, Coach John Ash.
Coach Tom Zachary takes time out for
a little rest before starting a long
The 1964 season began for the Viking baseball team
early in the second semester with practice sessions lead-
ing up to the first game in March. After working on
its strong and weak points throughout the spring, the
team was at the peak of its ability as the playing season
arrived. This yearls team capably met the challenge
presented by Northeast's record of excellence in past
The Viking baseball squad excelled in fielding as
well as in hitting. The skills developed in practice en-
abled the team to score important victories over city
and conference rivals. Talent, determination, and sports-
manship made this year's team a success.
Coach John Ash will add new depth to the NeHi coaching
staff this year.
Foundation of Success in Baseball
A new addition to the Northeast coaching staff,
Bob Nelle slams the ball for another Northeast home run.
Bill Huguet works to perfect the double play
Third to second to first.
Barry Lazzeroni catches a foul ball for the third
Perfecfecl Skills Lead fo Many Wins
Pitcher Larry Holly warms up before a game.
Ground balls are no problem for Peach Mitcheson.
Golf Team Works Hard, Has Good Results
LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW, Bill Davis, Jim Rose, Mark Kates, jim Young, Tom Baynard. BACK ROW: Coach
Toy Jones, Henry Clancy, Ion Alcott, Tim Hailey, Pete Watts.
The golf season began for the Viking team early
in the second semester, The team members practiced
each day for about three hours at the Lakewood Country
Club. Each week four members qualified to play in the
next match against opponents from an area high school.
Through the efforts of past teams, Northeast has
become known for its talent and determination. The
1964 Viking team was no exception. The keen judgment
and definite skill developed through long hours of prac-
tice made this year,s Viking golf team another in a long
line of successful Northeast teams.
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The Wing nears completion.
Final touch, the books are put into place.
New lab equipment is moved in, soon to be used
by science students.
NEHI in 1964
The new wing, which all Northeast students are so
proud of, is the outgrowth of a space problem which
began two years ago. In addition to having too few
classrooms, our library was insufficient. In order to meet
the requirement of five books for every one student,
it needed more room and a downstairs location since
no more weight could be supported in the upstairs room.
Because of these needs, plans were begun for the ad-
dition to the building, and actual construction was started
during the summer of 1963.
The wing, completed in January of this year, houses
seven rooms and the library, all of which are air-con-
ditionally controlled and have indirect lighting. Each
of the three chemistry labs, the two biology labs, and
the reading room holds 24 students, and the language
lab holds 30. The library accommodates 200 students
and is designed for 20,000 books. The wing cost
3228,652, with 8195.000 of that sum being paid by State
Board of Education bonds and the remainder being
paid by local taxes.
The building not only serves our needs but also
is a beautiful asset to our campus.
New lab is checked by Mr. Sexton and Mr. Raymond.
The library is ready for business
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Jai, 658 Central Avenue - 7-2375
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SPOVIS Consignment Shoppe
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Proprietor St. Petersburg, Florida Y P Y
207 First Street North
St. Petersburg, Florida one 824 0772
SACINO and SONS TAILORING
624 Central Avenue
St. Petersburg, Florida
Those girls play rough!
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ARTHA HAYES . . .
NANCY BARCLEY . .
SANDY LESTER ....
COLLY DEVINE ....
SUE VOELK .....
KATHY COOK .....
KAREN WATKINS . .
JANIE LEE WILLSON ..
-MISS SERVICE CLUB
. . . . . . . . . Vice-President
. . . . , . . Recording Secretary
. . . . . . . Parliamentarian
. . . . .. Historian
. . .. Chaplain
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A Jo Gustavson
Mary Ellen Jackson
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One of St Petersburg's
3125 34tI1 Street North
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Time has a strange habit of slipping away. Todays soon become yesterdays
while weeks melt into months and months fade into years. Looking back, it
is difficult to realize that a decade separates the present from the time
that Citizens National Bank was chartered.
They have been exciting years , . . filled with a constant series of events
that have marked the spectacular growth of our wonderful St. Petersburg
area. They have been memorable years warmed by the recollection of a
long line of friendly faces. They have been good years during which your
bank grew and prospered. They have been rewarding years, not to be
evaluated in terms of dollars and cents, but by the faith and trust you have
placed in us by your acceptance . . .
off central ave at 31st st. I st. petersburg, florida SFRWCE.-E NATIONAL
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THE SAND DOLLAR
RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE
2401 34th Street South
BANQUETS AND PARTIES
JOHN V. DAHLBERG, General Manager
ENJOY YOURSELF YOU cfm" See 'I
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IN YOUR CAR A-1 Auto SGISSI - Mac!
Reputation For 'C
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CHENILLE 8. CARPET MONTGQMERY-WARD
4501 34th Street North
ST. PETERSBURG'S MOST COMPLETE
101 34th Street North
WHAT ABOUT YOUR FUTURE?
MAKE YOURS BEAUTY CULTURE . . .
GULFPORT Hairdressing Academy offers a thorough
course. Competent faculty. Day, or part-time classes.
Male or female students, 16 years of age and over.
Moderate tuition. Terms arranged.
OF BEAUTY CULTURE
4924 22nd Avenue South, St. Petersburg, Florida
FRANK MEDIAVILLA, Director if ,
Sure you have tl headache, jan, hut dont take it out on Reggie.
Please send me your free brochure.
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Before and After School Treats
School Supplies and Post Office
GULLETT'S DRUG STORE
DRUGS - SODAS - SUNDRIES
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
5705 Haines Road North
"If lt's Borden's, It's Got To Be Good"
ROBINSON INSURANCE AGENCY
3113 Central Avenue
COAST BEVERAGES, INC.
5908 Fifth Avenue North
St. Petersburg 10, Florida
GEO. J. LAMBRECHT, REALTOR
Real Estate - Insurance - Mortgage Loans
CReliable Service Since 19341
1126 Central Avenue
862-1157 or 894-3220
iFormerly MODERNE, Same Ownershipl
Next to WOLFIES Central Plaza
SOFT WATER LAUNDRY, INC.
AND SANITONE DRY CLEANERS
Phone 862-4131 - 862 1134
515 22nd Street South
Sportswear and Campus Fashions
,E I I,-, 'raft Vi1lag..9i SOUTHERN Touns, INC.
'P F I 7 E A Chartered Buses to Anywhere in Florida
4 J 2710 MII SIreeI Norlh 100 Fourth Street South - Telephone 896-2655
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SNELL ISLE HAIR STYLISTS
1335 Snell Isle Blvd.
EXPERT HAIRCUTTING QUALITY PERMANENTS
"OK" AUTO SALES
34th Street and Central Avenue
St. Petersburg, Florida
Youire not singing along hack there.
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ST. PETERSBURG BEACH
400 COREY AVE.
som PARK BLVD.
7IO E. WELCH CSWY,
ONE OF AMERICAS LARGEST
Unxted States Charter Number 3
Resources Exceed a. Quarter Billion Dollars
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"ST. PETE" FEDERAL
A FAMILY SAVINGS AND MORTGAGE CENTER
Central Avenue at 6th Street
Tell ya what I'm gonna do . . .
Bus. Phone 862-7146 "In Business for Fun"
WILSON SPORT STORE
SPORTING GOODS - SPORTSWEAR
117 9th St., North St. Petersburg, Fla.
J. R. CJERRY1 MOOREFIELD
TUSSEY'S DRUG STORE
1131 4th Street North
St. Petersburg, Florida
SPAULDING DRUG STORE
16th Street at 38th Avenue North
Phone HE 6-2555
Phones 894-9863 - 894-7028
J. GERTRUDE MOOCK ERVEN J. MOOCK
709 16th Street North St. Petersburg, Fla.
Next Trip Use BARRACUDA BRAND Fishing Tackle
FLORIDA FISHING TACKLE
MFG. CO., INC.
St. Petersburg, Florida
GULF LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
631 4th Street North
P. O. Box 263
862-4735 - 829-8432
CAPRI AUTO INTERIORS
Seat Covers - Tops - Original Materials - Custo
McMILLAN PHARMACY, INC.
m Interiors ,
525-9613 3001 Sixteenth Street, North
2727 38th Avenue North
St. Petersburg, Florida
COUNTRY CUPBOARD RESTAURANT
628 4th Street North
One of St. Petersburg's Busiest and Most Popular
Restaurants - Serving Three Meals Daily
Flowers For All Occasions
1210-1214 9th Street North
COLONIAL MEAT PACKING CORP.
2700 22nd Street North
St. Pete 894-3185 WX2254
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JUNIOR EXCHANGE SERVICE CLUB
JIM BURNETT ......................................... President
BOB HOCHSTADT . . .
JODY BARTLETT . . .
MARK KATES . . .
. . . Vice President
. . . Secretary
. . . Treasurer
WILSEY AUTO SERVICE, INC.
3001 9th Street North
St. Petersburg, Florida
Phones: 821-2461 - 894-3203
PUBLIX SUPER MARKETS
"Where Shopping ls A Pleasure"
There Is One Near You For Your Convenience
and Shopping Pleasure-
In St. Petersburg-
1720 16th St. No. 7701 9th St. No.
3340 1st Ave. So. 1,-l 4350 6th St. So.
890 49th St. No. 200 37th Ave. No
3501 49th St. No. 2375 34th St. So.
662 East Welch Causeway -Madeira Beach
6850 Gulfport Blvd. - Pasadena
7580 49th St. No. - Pinellas Park
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there are Certain pauses, and interruptions which force
consideration upon the careless,
and seriousness upon the lightg
points of time Where one course of action ends
and another begins. - Samuel johnson
We wish you the best of everything in your
new "course of aetionf,
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Printing Co., Inc.
LETTERPRESS - OFFSET
118 18th Street South
St. Petersburg, Florida
EARL R. LAMB
Specializing in Commercial
and Industrial Construction
3029 Lown Street North
HE 6-1373 HE 5-6535
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I'm on the Committee for Lunchroom Behavior.
JOHN S. RHODES, INC.
4th Street and Seventh Avenue North
49th Street and 9th Avenue North
AMBULANCE PHONE 862-5155
Serving You -
ADCOCK BUICK COMPANY
ALAN PETERSON MOTORS
BERT SMITH OLDSMOBILE, INC.
BRO N MOTORS
BRITISH AND CONTINENTAL MOTORS, INC.
BROWN - RAMBLER MOTOR CO.
DICK WINNING, INC.
R. J. O'BRIEN MOTORS, INC.
STEWART JONES MOTORS
WALKER FORD CO., INC.
ST. PETERSBURG BANK
AND TRUST COMPANY
716 9th Street North
St. Petersburg, Florida
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4501 34th Street North U.S. Highway I9
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St. Petersburg's Great Store
469 2ncl Avenue North
St. Petersburg, Florida
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Modern and Traditional Clothing for Gentlemen
300 Central Avenue
UNION TRUST CO.
Central at Ninth
Biff Burger No. 19
3065 34th Street North
FAST, FRESH and GOOD
Down the Yellow Brick Road.
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President lst V.-Pres.
D. Myers K. Ringelspaugh
A. Thomas R. Tiede
ADAH J. PYLKAS
ANN AND GORDON
B 8. B ELECTRIC MOTOR SHOP
BREWER'S SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION
DR. AND MRS. L. H. DOMEIER
EUGENE R. PONESSA
FOUR JUNIOR GIRLS
GULF CITIES GAS CORP.
MISS BALASO'S HOMEROOM
MRS. LEO C. TRAYLOR
MR. AND MRS.
MR. AND MRS.
MR. AND MRS.
MR. AND MRS
EMMETT HOOD, SR.
LESTER J. HOOD
SCARLET SYMPHONIC BAND
SNELL ISLE HAIR STYLIST
THE MIXED CHORUS
Acquaviva, Maria 170
Allen, Margaret 151
Amold, Carol 163
Arts, Ely 186
Baer, Dana 149,151
Barclay, Reggie 149,151,159,217,2i7
Bames, Keith 155
Bartlett, Joseph 152,230
Bear, Carol 169,170
Blake, Donna 174,211
Bond, Rebecca 15,162,163,209,213
Borucki, Robert 155,186
Bowden, Carol 160,161
Boywer, Bruce 193
Buechner, VVilliam 151,153
Burke, Robert 187,211
Burnett, James 152
Burnett, Sandra 150
Busehena, Amold 176
Campbell, David 155
Campbell, Donna 202,203,204
Carroll, James 193
Casey, Marilyn 161
Cates, Margie 151
Cochran, Edward 193
Cook, Vickie 169
Dawson, Dianne 156
Deschenes, Marie 152
Devico, Susanne 176
Devine, Ann 160,209
Dick, George 176
Drake, Linda 167
Drumm, YVayne 170
Dunkle, Barbara 152
Dupuis, Virginia 211,213
Eames, Diane 152
Fagg, Malene 193
Ferguson, Barbara 161
Fincher, Rodney 193
Fish, Jerry 170
Flynn, Nancy 209
Franlaenberg, Don 193
Frisbic, Diane 152
Gagyi, Roberta 167
Gamer, Earnest 154
Gentry, Carol 166
Goheen, Marsha 141,159,163,216,217
Gonser, Robert 155
Gower, Gail 141.156,216,217
Granger, Lee 209,218,230,233,234
Gresh, Kathleen 141,146,156,209,216
Gresh, Mary 146,152,153,217
Guiney, William 10,187,224,226
Gustavson, Jo 161,175,211
Halstrom, Patricia 148,150
Hamel, Celetta 169
Hamilton, Bruce 146,147,230
Hayes, Martha 160
Hayes, Robert 165
Heath, Colin 158
Heibner, Eugene 158
Herr, Judith 161
Hinson, Phyllis 163
Hoeppner, Lynn 151
Hoffman, Judith 176
Holmes, VVilliam 158
Holtsclaw. Jovce 176
Howard, Dudley 176
Hughes, Elaine 152
Jackson, John 165
Jacobs, Ann 146,152,209
Jenkins, Beverly 193
Jessup, Ann 176
Johnson, Ronald 155
Johnson, Betty 169
Jones, John 176,211
Kelly, Donald 187,232
Kennedy, Jane 166
Keyes, Steve 155
Kokemohr, Fred 151,153
Laird, Gretchen 193
Lake, Ann 167,199
Lamb, Douglas 151,153
Lambrecht, David 146,158,159
Laval, Bruce 158
Lazzeroni, Barry 165
Lebue, Normon 170
Lemar, Muriel 169
Leonard, June 141,216,217
Lester, Sandra 160
Lewis, Richard 169
Lights, Cheryl 156,176
Lindsay, Ruth 167
Loeber, Kathleen 166,202,204
Looke, Vicki 156
Lord, Pauline 170
Loughhead, Beth 168
Lucas, Roberta 163,210,212,213
Lussier, Ruth 170
McAnnincl1, Susan 156,172
McCa11ister, Ardith 170
McCarthy, Vaughn 164,165,186
McCormick, Susan 148,150
McKeithen, Yvonne 156,157
McNeely, Mary Linda 163
MacDuff, Jane 161
Marous, Dona 202,204
Marshall, Deborah 215
Martin, Linda 161,215
Martini, George 165
Merhige, Leidia 152,215
Micklitsh, Bill 158,159
Miller, Thomas 151,153
Mills, Susan 162,209
Miner, Sidney 151,153,187
Minor, Barbara 156
Moon, Aleda 151
Morelti, Richard 193
Morrison, Randy 151,153
Muar, Patricia 161,215
Murphey, Patricia 182
Myers, David 165,212
Myers, Linda 156
Newell, Marilyn 215
Nilsen, Anders 209,211
Newton, Kent 163
Nousiainen, Betty 148,150,176,215
O'Brien, Jeanne 161
Olivieri, Kenneth 209,224
Omasta, Donna 198,199
Pardoll, Peter 158,159,215
Paulson, Denise 149,151
Presley, Adrienne 167
Price, Trudi 156
Puffer, Mary 167,211
Pylkas, Susan 149,193,198,209
Quandt, Dorsey 158,159,176
Rice, Rebecca A. 202,204
Rice, Rebecca J. 161
Rigler, Sue 12,153,208,212
Ringlespaugh, Keith 165,241
Rosen, Ronald 215
Rossi, Barbara 161,211,215
Ryon, Dianne 167
Sackett, Carol 156,202,204,211
Salisbury, Gordon 146,147,151,215
Salts, Larry 151,215
Sawin, Susan 170
Schauweker, James 155
Shamas, Gilbert 164,215
Shea, Daniel 158
Sheheane, Sandra 166,167,193
Shimkus, Patricia 162,211
Smalley, Carol 167,209
Smith, Carolyn 170
Smoot, Janet 163
Sneed, Richard 158,241
Spalty, Edward 158,215
Speary, Sherry 167
Spriggs, James 155
Starrett, Virginia 148,150
Stiles, Bruce 151
Stough, Sidney 169,170
Stromer, Sue 198,199
Taylor, Elizabeth 152
Taylor, Peggy 152
Taylor, Sandra 167,215
Thompson, John 165,174,215
Tiedeman, Connie 152
Tope, Linda 167,198,199
Trabert, Kathleen 163,215
Treadwell, Patricia 156
Tuozzo, Vicki 215
Voelk, Susan 160,193,215
Vogt, Nancy 153,157,215
Walker, Darian 161,209,215
Watts, David 151
Wawrzyniak, Joyce 172
Weiss, Kenneth 193
White, Leah 185,215
Williams, Stephanie 152
Willson, Janie Lee 160,161
Wilson, Brian 193
Wilson, Sidney 163,215
WVindham, Pamela 163,211
VVinter, Susan 218
Wright, Carol 176
Yurman, Lynda 163
Acevedo, Stephen 107
Achee, Jerry 107
Ackerman, Dixie 107
Adams, Frank 107,186
Adams, Jeffrey 107
Adkins, Bemard 107
Aerts, Roy 107,193
Albrecht, Cheryl 107
Alcott, Roy 107
Alderson, Barbara 107,216,217
Allen, John 107
Allen, Nancy 107
Allen, Richard 107
Allen, Rose 107,149
Allen, Virginia 107
Alstaetter, Roger 107
Anderson, James 107
Anderson, NVarner 107
Archer, Dorothy 107
Artille, Hazel 107
Asay, Cheryl 107
Ater, Karen 107
Atheney, Robert 107
Azarenok, Jill 107,182,216,217
Bacun, Sterling 107
Baenen, Anthony 107
Bailey, James 107,155
Baker, Norman 107
Baldwin, Dennis 107
Ball, Carol 107
Barcley, Nancy 107,216,217
Barker, Jean 107
Barlow, Richard 107
Baxter, Judith 108
Bayless, Stephen 107
Baynard, Thomas 107
Beasley, Jean 107
Beauchamp, Elizabeth 108
Bechtel, Gay 156
Bell, Linda 108
Bell, Thomas 108,230,231,232,233,236
Bender, Louis 108
Bentayou, Robert 108
Berrett, Robert 108
Berry, John 108
Binkley, Priscilla 108,
Bisesti, Orlando 108
Bishop, Susan 108
Bivens, William 108
Blanchard, Donna 108,156,182
Blanchard, Kenneth 108
Boemer, Christine 108
Bond, Catherine 108
Bond, VVilliam 106,108,230
Bordell, Sandra 108
Boros, Roger 108
Bourdeau, Francis 108
Bowers, Roger 108
Bowman, Albert 108
Boyette, Susan 108,152
Bradt, Duane 108
Brady, Carol Ann 108,149
Brand, Douglas 108
Bransom, Laura 108
Bratton, Gloria 108
Brawn, Edwin 108
Brazauskas, Katherine 108
Brewer, Patricia 108
Brewington, Diana 108
Bright, Kandy 108
Brinson, Lee 108
Brooks, Brenda 108,156,157,175
Brooks, Samuel 109
Brown, Jeffrey 109
Brownlee, Ernest 109
Bruce, Linda 109
Brunneman, Auben 109
Bryant, Carlo 109
Buchholz, William 109
Buckley, Charles 109
Burge, Donald 109
Burgess, Susan 109
Burkhalter, Wayne 109
Burns, Bonnie 109
Burns, Brenda 109
Burroughs, Michael 109,186
Burris, Bruce 109
Busch, Richard 109
Bush, Randall 109
Buswell, Judy 109
Buswell, Linda 109
Butler, Henri Ann 109
Butler, Mary 109
Byfield, Karen 109
Cade, Thomas 109
Cain, Jerewyl 109
Caldwell, Barbara 109,197
Cappell, Judith 109
Caraway, Bryant 109
Cardoza, Judith 109,152,216,217
Carmichael, Daniel 109
Carpenter, Mary 109,193
Carter, Daniel 193
Casey, Karla 109
Caton, Connie 109
Chambers, Linda 109,149
Clayton, Sheila 109
Clinkenbeard, Sharon 109
Cloud, Bunny 109,193,199
Cochran, Diane 109,156,182
Coleman, Catherine 110,152
Coleman, Timothy 110
Colson, Joyce 110
Colston, Dawn 110
Comes, Sarah 110
Commean, Victor 110
Conner, Jerry 106,110
Conrey, Claude 110
Cook, Kathleen 110,193
Cook, XVilliam 110
Cooper, Patricia 110,167,193,198,199
Copeland, Larry 110
Coughlin, Corey 110,155,186
Cordes, Catherine 110,156,157
Core, Robert 110
Cotton, Patsy 110
Crabb, Cheryl Ann 110
Craig, Richard 110
Crampton, Bonnie 110
Critz, Richard 110
Crumb, Linda 110
Cunningham, Ann 110
Curd, Howard 110
Curtis, Ronald 110
Cushman, Keith 110
Damico, Michael 110,218
Daniels, Barbara 110
Daniels, Jeffrey 110
Daniels, Virgil 110,154,186
Davey, Maxine 110
Davidson, Bruce 110
Davis, Tommy 13,110,154,155,187
Davis, Wayne 110
Dawson, Bonnie 110,149
Dawson, James 110
Deacon, Donna 111
Dean, Cynthia 111
Deannin, Judy 111
De Bacco, Diane 111
Debuty, Warren 111
Decker, Earle 111
Degroat, Earle 111
Delacqueseaux, Sue 111
Delaney, Karen 111,193
Delay, Sally 111
Delong, Danette 111
Deming, Peggy 111
Denton, David 111
Dick, George 111
Diemer, Richard 111
Digman, Dolores 111
Dillow, Russell 111
Dirling, Patricia 111
Dodenhoff, Miriam 111,167
Domeier, Catherine 106,111
Donat, Yvonne 111
Donegan, Anna 111
Dorman, Pamela 111,166
Driskell, Jodee 111
Duchwall, XVilliam 111,186
Dufala, Dennis 111
Duffield, Kenneth 111
Dunnan, Malcom 111
Ebersberger, William 111
Edes, Karen 111
Edgar, Timothy 111
Ellinwood, Sharon 111
Elliot, Elizabeth 111
Engler, Dianne 111
Estes, NVillia.m 111
Evensen, Bruce 112
Evilsizer, Barbara 112,193
Ewart, Debbie 112
Eyman, Pam 112
Fabrizio, Madeline 112
Fade, John 112,197
Fagan, Mark 112
Faivre, Karen 112
Fannin, Ronald 112
Faurote, Sandra 112
Feezel, Robert 112
Ferguson, James 112
Fisher, Eric 112
Flack, James 112
Fletcher, Dennis 112
Fogg, Beth 112
Footlick, Clifford 112
Forholt, Eric 112
F orker, Robert 112
Fox, Erna 112
Francesccne, Carole 112
F raze, Carolyn 112
Fredrickson, Patricia 112
Frid, Stuart 112
F umea, Raymond 112
camel, sandra 112,156,193,198
Garren, Daniel 112
Gaskill, Philip 112
Geary, Thomas 112
Gettys, Loretta 112
Gibb, Amy 112
Gibbs, Mary Ann 112
Gibson, Katherine 112,167
Gibson, Lola 112
Gibson, Paula 112
Gibson, Susan 112,152
Gilbert, Andrea 112
Giles, Ronald 113
Gilkes, sharyn 113,199
C-ilkey, YVilliam 113
Gilley, Nancy 113,156
Ginn, Sue 113
Glenn, Andrew 113
Goff, Paula 113
Goodrich, Albert 113
Gower, Geraldine 113
Grandon, Camille 113
Gray, Marsha 113
Greco, Sharon 113,152
Green, Brian 113
Green, VVilliam 113
Greene, Linda 113,146,149
Greene, Stephen 113
Greilick, Kenneth 113
Griffin, Arthur 113
Grim, Gaylene 113,217
Grim, Shirley 113
Gross, Ronnie 113,167
Gwarck, Edward 113
Hackett, Mary 113
Hadley, Dale 113
Haseker, William 113
Hale, John 113
Hale, Lois 113
Haley, Timothy 113
Hamilton, Carol 113
Hamilton, Linda 113
Hammett, Sandra 113
Hammond, Richard 113
Hample, Christine 113
Hampton, George 113
Hanley, John 113
Hanley, Williams.1 14
Hansel, Stephen 114
Hardy, Thomas 169
Harman, Sharon 114
Harrington, Deeva 114
Helou, Daniel 182
Horn, James 186
Hurley, Margaret 195
Johnson, Carl 115
Johnson, Harvey 115
Kaufman, David 169
Kerr, Jean 116,182
Kessler, Reese 116,155
Killen, Geraldine 116
Kirkland, Consuelo 152
Knieriem, Kaye 116,152,153
Lataille, Madeleine 116
Leggett, Valri 116,152
Lettellier, Linda 116
Lewis, Elizabeth 117
Lewis, Linda 117
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Boyd, Linda 195
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Burgess, Thomas 195
Butler, Kathleen 197
Carson, Cheryl 197
Casler, William 195
Clayton, Sheila A. 197
Crumb, Deborah 141
Cupples, Phyllis 141
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Debbs, Virginia 197
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Ebersberger, Elizabeth 197
Ellis, Wemba 141
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Jones, David 195
Kyle, Donna 141
Lacy, Madelyn 197
Land, Bonnie 195
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Legrant, John 195
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Manstan, Barbara 197
Martz, Steven 195
Mauk, Larry 195
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Poust, David 195
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