Valley High School - Viking Yearbook (Valley Station, KY)

 - Class of 1953

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Slaughter lilnirlcqu .Nlmluger o Mr. Vfilr, Mr. Mclrmmh, Mr. Hunk, Mr. Doss, Mr. Buvxcn, Mr. Hnrtxtcrn, Arfbilerl. f, Page I u 0 Y N.. DEDICATION From 115 zen IIZLEFIIOII Valley Hzglv Sclvool 11115 been lmkea' u1tl1 f1rogre55 We laaze come a ar M111 51me our 5fl1ool 1r5t opened tl1115 If If only 1tt1ng tlyat ue dednate llve 1953 Vzkmg to a pc15o11 al5o all1ed u 1th I0g7FJ5 M155 Margaret Clayton meet5 tl115 requzremerzt She l1a5 been Guldanre C o11115elor at Valley ba5 tazzglvt 51171177167 mllege ll07kJ'lL70lf75 and l1a5 5er1ed Keutmky a5 P1e51de11t o tlve State Deltvartmerzt o Cla551oom Tea1lJe15 lNou Ixflff Clayton l1a5 added to laer oun re5t1ge and that o Valley by lzezng au mled a ohn Hay Fellozz 5l11j1 zt 5 ale U1111e151t1 or tl115 ubool year It 15 tlJe1e ore wztlo deep appre11111o11 tlv zt ll e dedn zte tlve 1953 Vzkmg to M155 Margaret Clayton ulvo ue feel exemfvlz 1e5 tlve h1gl1e5t 1deal5 o ed11eat1o11 Page Three I' ' f I. V - ' f V." ..' I - -f. ' I. .B U If. . . . ' lf Y ' . f .- . .l T , 1 - 11- A V 1 4 ' 1 V' M. Lassiter y y Prinripal Jw gf' by H, L. Hatfield Assistant Prinripal 5 ?V H. J. Priestley Mrs. Blake 3 Hazel Newton Dean of Boys Visiting Tearher Dfrlfl Of Girl! il . XS x A Page F010 Mrs. Rose Able and Mrs. Nancy Bruce Offire Serretaries PM use Anmitnu A.B., Eastern State College St r Axnrasox B.S., Vfestern State College IMI t .ai A. Aaxoi ll BS., Western State College M.S., lncliana lfniversity lzliiri S. Batt-s AB., lfniversity of Kentutky MA., Columbia University Oi 1 ti Bismit Yl ic AB., lfniversity of Louisville lhitoin Hmxktxxtiiif HA., lhixersity of Louisxille XVII 1 IXX1 Boi iii KI it BA., lhixersity of Louiwille M.,-K., Peahotly College Ron- BUY.-XRD HA.. Furman lhiversity joitx Baoxx rx AB., Georgetown College M,A., Mithigan State College XX'tt i it lD,BRI1.l' A.B,, Kentutky Viesleyan College Jost t-ti CI. C.aN'rat.ti AB., XVestern State College I..uxiu-xf.t- Cmnt-if AB., Morehead College M.A., lfniversity of Kentutky MARIE IATA CHARMOII BS., l.aCroSS State Teachers College Maxixt. CHtt.Tox BA., Georgetown College A N N Coit N r 'ri HS., Nazareth College Noaxux Ciwom AB., Western State College M.utl'ttA Crum' AB., XYVCNIUFII State College llt-mu' lhviimsox BA., l'niversity of Kentutky M..-X., lhiversity of Kentucky Bt ARK tit Dotwxx .-MB., Butler lhiversitp Dum Iisvix AB.. Cniversity' of Kentutky M..-X., Lvniversity' of Kentucky Romar Fostex B..-X., lfnivernity of l.ouisXille Lt tx' Cmkkioxx AB.. XX'estern State College into .wo iiaitkifox BS., XY extern State College MA., Western State College l.oNNll- Cl Asooxx BS., Miwimippi State College 3 A' "Q Vi! 3 Ft. ir-' Nixol.A CQRAIJY A.B., VUestern State College IIARRY Gitrstinet A.B., Wfestern State College MARr.ARE1' Gnu HN A.B., XVestern State College ix1ARY HAX'NhS B.S., l'nion College Gmane P. Hints HS., Eastern State College MA., liastern State College Em.An Hom BA., Transylvania College LUl'lSl: HOPKINS AB., Georgetown College RoNAi Il LIOSKINSON B.A., University of Louisville M.A., University of Louisville Lot ise jesse B.S., Western State College jesse joHNsoN B.S., University of Louisville HARRIET KORPHAGE A.B., University of Louisville JAMES LAM B.S., Western State College M.S., Indiana University RAYMoNi1 LAYNE A.B., Eastern State College M.A., University of Kentucky Ii1.lz.Anm'H LAYTON AB., University of Kentucky M.A., University of Louisville JOAN LINDELI. A.B., University of Louisville ETHEI. Lovett. A.B., University of Louisville Evuvx MCDERMOTT AB., Western State College JAMES MARKW'ELL A.B., University of Louisville CHARLENE MARTIN B.S., Murray State College M.A., Peabody College WlI,I.lA5i MATl.ACK A.B., University of Louisville FRANtgEs Mll.l ER B.M., jordan Conservatory M.A., Indiana University LI't,iAN Monumx A.B., University of Kentucky At ot STA MoRtgAx A.B., juanita College M.B., University of Florida joYt,e Mt Nsox B.A., University of Iowa ROBERT NEILL A.B., University of Kentucky M.A., University of Kentucky EI.sIE NELSCJN B.A., University of Louisville REASON NfwToN B.A., Murray State College MA., University of Kentucky MIIIIREIJ ONYINGS A.B., Georgetown College lNl.A., University of Louisville WVALTER PICKETT AB., lfniversity of Louisville NLA., University of Kentucky J. B. PI I.I.t'sI A.B., Western State College NLA., I'niver5ity of Kentucky lit IA Rhxttit HS., Mississippi College for XX'omen Kfxxnn Sc.HIt,soIfR AB., University of Louisville M.A., University of Louisville NAxNIE SCOTT A,B., Western State College Olduts SHELTS .-XB., Lfniversity of Kentutky C.4'I'IItItIxL SIII T'l B.S., Viestern State College BIIIIIY SMITII AB., XX'est Virginia XVeslt-:yan PATTY R. SMITII B.S., University of Louisville Lot IS SNIDER B.S., Western State College NANCY STERETT A.B., W'estern State College MA., Peabody College ANN Sl'Bl.ETT AB., University of Kentucky BLA., University of Kentucky joe Tkot TMAN B.S., Vfestern State College Flosstn Y'ETTlNER AB., Vfestern State College XY. F. w'.Al.l.ER A.B., Western State College Fan It XY'.1II.I HEISER B.S., western State College MA., Western State College Ptxsx' XX'.tItREN BS, Vfestern State College NIA.. Western State College AI ll F XYIIITF Western State College FI IZABETH XYY.-xI"r A.B,, Lniwersity ot Louisville MSX.. 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Wtll marry a Canad1an Mountne ALICE DAVIS-Wlll be a well known artist PAT BOHANNON Wxll be voted Mtss Farmette of Kentucky SHIRLEY BODNER W1ll be a lady wrestler WILINIA MEADE Wlll ltve on an xsland wnth to matoes and no salt NANCY MEYER Wxll be the fnrst lady Presldent DORIS SEIDL Wlll be a nurse and have Julnus LaRosa as her patxent JACKIE TODD Wlll be a lead1ng lady m a Broad way play BETTY ELUHR Wlll be a housewxfe MARY CLEM Wnll be a hlgh class soclety dame BETTY JO WOOSLEY Wlll be an old ma1d untxl she marrles CATHERINE CLARK Wlll be Miss Amenca DORIS LYNINGER Will graduate from LJ of L and marry a mllllonatre LILLIAIN MARSHALL Will be a housewife DOROTHY STAYTON Wlll be voted the ideal secretary of the year EUTHELDA PACK Wtll be a part owner 1 drugstore SHIRLEY BURKE Wul have her first novel pub ltshed before the age of 25 ANTHONY ALVEY Rxdmg a killer bronco ln h1s own rodeo show FRANKLIN GIJLLEDGE fKeently wrltten up ln Country Gentleman J plannmg new xmprovements on his ultra modern farms RAY MCHENRY Bllssfully relaxmg m a steam bath at the YWCA HOMER NICHOLAS Sitting at the plano playmg Pomp nd Cxrcumstance at a Georg1a Tech alumm JAMES STONE In the cockpit of a flghter plane on m1ss10n E E fEducat1on EXHCIILHIIOHJ SHERWOOD BURRESS-Qutte famous for his syn thesns of helxum oxxde DAVID COLLETT Heaped ln laurels after setting a new worlds record tn the Marathon ln the Olympic ROBERT DECKER Very busy wtth his singing tn churches and on the radto WILLIAM NICHOLAS-Pllotmg a sleek lookmg fly mg saucer on hns day off DAVID BETTINGFR Serenadlng a beautiful n suspectmg female who hasn t read hrs recent book How to be Obnoxnous CHARLES BUNCH Enyoymg a game of basketball the IS now 6 ft tall thanks to the newly dnscovered vrtamm Z1 DONALD DONOHO Much engrossed m a book You Too Can Have Muscles whtle on his flrst trip to the moon CLAYTON GARRETT Enthrallmg h1s audience with a beautxful rendmon of Ave Marla EVERETT HEDGESPETH Proudly doctormg an old Ford tn his newly acquired service station JACKIE ROBERTS-Eating up the caresses of 100 entxcmg beautxes tn hns Arabian harem CURTIS SAMPLES-Worktng on h1s hot rod whxch he mtends to enter m a State Fair race HAROLD PROBST Back m Texas busnly roundmg up cattle as foreman of the King Ranch RICHARD BEINSING TV s sensational hnllbnlly smger JOHIN CUSICK An emxnent pnvslcnan who spends every other week m his free clmtc for children JEAN and JOAN RAGGARD-That they wxll marry tvsms XVANDA ROBERTS-A Master of Anythmg degree BETTH SCHEX MOST To be a busmess woman JACKIE XVILSON To be a sweet lxttle housevufe SHIRLEY SHARP To be another Bach 'NORLIA INRNIAHAN To ltye ln the wmdy clty of Chtcago MARGIE FARREN To keep that Atherton rmg EDNA AINN READER That she wlll be a great muslclan CLARA BELLE MORELAND That she will wm a contest for hay mg the pretttest han- SHIRLEY MURPHY To be a good nurse Page IN me ' Y - v . . 1 'T' . 1 I , Af?-c - . 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Four years ago we stood at Valley's door confronted with new adventuresg homework and everything, football games with confetti, proms and plays. We've made the grade, taking the good with the bad, making the best of those upper classmen who heckled us through those first three years, and gloriously and traditionally giving it back when we became seniors. As we have grown so has Valley grown with us in structure and in beauty. Here in this school we have found the meaning of Freedom, Independence and the means to establish Securityg with determination we carry this into our future. To those who follow we endow this knowledge and leave with heartfelt goodbyes. THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1953 Y' Q-uv Virginia Rives Adair Florence Gorden Allen Gladys Marie Allen Doris Evelyn Allison Nickname-Ginger Nickname-Flo Nickname-Gladie Nickname-Doris Ambition-To wake up Ambition-To fly a sub- Ambition-To be a good Ambition-To get an and have grown two marine to Mars secretary in chemistry feet Pet Peeve- Girls with Pet Peeve-Girls with Pet Peeve - Not Pet Peeve-Advertising peroxided hair peroxided hair able to talk in study men who talk too much hall Page Twelve QL Y gn Anthonx Alvcy Ritharcl Spenter Arnold Shirley Mae Baker ixilfkllzllilf'-JUS! Baker Kenneth Harrel Bules .N'ir'hmn1efKenny 1621117116 Tony Nifirztinlcf-Rith n ' " g me Esther Ambition Be ri lawyer Ambilion-To go to col- AmbilionfTo become a P6:l'l'?"'ll17I Rods 3-Ti'ri21'3f5i?? 6. 1 V4-'Q-:mfr 1 in . -"2"'? Y A Q . .- Q H Xie -it ', lg 'X Senior Bettinger To he a them- ical engineer Peere-Sophistitated kill-joys brother -in - Pet Peers-Girls lege Pet Peers-Men? draftsman Pe! Peere - Homework rtntl tezlthers 7- mg'- v 151' 'E Q'- X 4 Q joseph Lloyd Beam Loren Alan Bell Richard jesse Bensing james Ray Bentley Nifkmlme-joe Nickname-just Loren Nifkname-Rich Nirkmzme-jinr Ambition-To get rich Ambition-To own a Ambition-To ride on Ambition-To he il Com Pe! Peere-Girls who private enterprize the Pennsylvania turn- monvxealth Attorney smoke Pei Peeve-Teachers who pike in a Crosley Pep Pe-eye-Sngbbigh gn-15 can never make up Pet Peere-Girls who 2 , if L-I t"". Kenneth Phelps Block Nirkm1n1e4Kenny .'l77Ibifi07IJTl7 he a re- tired millionaire Pe! Peere-School lunch- SS their minds smoke 15. , na' -. " ,yi Shirley jean Bodner .Yitk11t1n1e4Bodner AmbitiongTo he the Cornet tester .tt Founmine Ferry Page Thirteen Patricia Ann Bohtmnon .N'ifknan1efPat Ambition4To fly .1 let to the moon Pet Peet'eAFl11shy girls Pei Peer'e4Senior Eng- lish Yi' Charles lzdvsartl Burial Alma .-Kline Bratkett Phyllia jenn Brooks hlatlystine L. Hrtmn Nifirltzniw- ltd .N'it'imlr11e--jtist Alma Niriminlefllurttniy' rNirkm1n1e--lilatlys Ambition-Tu join the Amhilion H- Learn to Amhiliwz-Tn go steady fllllllifillllirliil go Navy swim Pe! Peeve 7 Coneeited Georgetown Pet Peefe-Girls PelPee1c --Rainy weather buys Pri Peers' - Peroxi L locks . . 25. 4,-,gif V 2. , . , X .Qtr i j vc' -e, an -, E 5 ' .V , f L 1' i V ,. ,, . , Myrtle Ruth Brown Carol Yvunne Buchholcl Shirley Rose Burke Charles Lee Bunch Nickname--Myrt Nirknume-just Carol Nirkmmze--jug Nirkmmze-Buddy Ambilion-To get mar- Ambilion-To do what- A7HbifiHIIvTl! become at Ambition - To become tied ever l do to the best ??? six feet tall Pet Peetfegpeople who of my ability Pe! PL'L'l'L"-S2ll"L'IlSIlC' hoys Pei' "Pee1'e-iLunt'heS at d0n't tend to their own Pet Peetfe -- Conceitetl Valley business buys Q 15 jerome Clay Burch Pructor Sherwood Burress Nita Kay Campbell Nirkmzme-Little j. NirknamewBush Nirkname-just Kay AmbilionfTu he a mil- Amhition7To become a Ambition-Kinda makes Iinnaire muonshiner chemital engineer you wonder, don't it? Pe! Peers'-The law and Pei Peere f Persunal Pe! PL'61'Ffw,CCd fiends muuchers falseness and clocks Page lwurleen john Mac, Nicknameijonnie Ambifi0lIfTlD go to sia Pet Peere-People waste anything if X Ma j? . fn 5 V, 3, . - , X X ean Churchill Catherine May Clark Mary' Alice Clem David Kirby Collet! -Blondie Nickname-just Cather- Nickname-just Mary Nirkname-Dave To become a ine Ambition-To be a beer AmbitionwfTo be well secretary Ambition-To marry a truck driver thought of Peeve - Peroxided millionaire Pet Peeve-Girls who Pet Peezfe-Girls who Pet Peeve - Deceitful can't make up their smoke and drink people minds Q 3 '17 ,F Nancy Ann Cook Calvin Kester Coomes Charles Roland Cowie Nirkname7Speedy Nirkname4Shorty Nickname-Chuck AmbitionVTo be a sec- Ambition-To live in Ambition-To tell Mrs. retary Yankee Territory Owings off and get by Pet Peeve - Underclass Pet Peezfe-Girls with it. men who run wild at Pei Peeve-The mobs of the end of each period. girls that chase after me .l l L Q- To be a saw- Peere-People with teeth and ears to match W'ells Cusick Alice'ane Davis Aubrey Bushong Deckard Robert Lee Decker l . Nickname-Al Nickname-Bush AmbilionfTo go to Eur- Ambition-Pharmacist ope on a unicycle Pet Peere-Girls who Pei Peere-Poor sports- smoke in my car manship Page Fifteen Nirknanze-Bobby Ambition-To be ambit- ious Pei Peeve - Conceitetl people 41' Ronald Forest Cravens N irknam e--Ronn ie Ambition-To get in a hurry Pet Peeve-Nine of school 49" J' Donald Lewis Elam Nirkname-Don Ambition-To own N-'4 joseph Henry DeSpain Nirkname-joe Ambifion-Have fun Pet Peere-English? Donald Hugh Donoho Amhili0r1fTo be a civil engineer Y", ,. 5 Paul Edward Dru ry AUIhili071fTfD become methanit 3'1- t Ruth Dye A7lll71fl071 To good bookkeeper fi 3' 4 A r 4 . , V . I I ' ii? ' Nifkrznme-llippy Nirkrzame-just Paul N 11 I l a ii 7 o Pet Peers-To get to Pei Peeve - Teac Pet Peers' - Underclass- men speerh on time ' I Norma jean Elder james Louis End Nirkname-just Norma Nickname-jim my Ambition-To be a nurse Ambition-To make a I 1 ,,, ., r . TS' , Margie Melissa Ferren Nirkname-Marge Ambition-To be Mrs. vi ho give homework own drug store Pet Peeve-Stuck up peo- million Dan Cambell Pet Peeve-Poor sports- ple Pet Peeve-Good look- Pe! Peeve-To have to manship ing dames dispose of my gum at the beginning of class x 'ix ,S U P' Betty Lou Fluhr NirknameiBaby AmbilionfTo drive at the Sportsdrome Pet Peeve-Teachers David Robert Gallrein Clayton Dale Garrett Mollie Ann Genen Nickname Su Nickname-Clav Nirkname Mollie 1 - g . - Ambition-To get snow- Ambition-To become a Ambition-To pagg bound on lroquios Hill great musician nalism Pet Peere--K Page Sixteen QQ rages Pei Peeve-Girls who Pe! Peere-Noisyl smoke jullus joseph Hartlage Kenneth john Hartlage Nrrkname jay Nickname Kenny Ambition To walk Ambzlmn To graduate p-5 fi Walter D. Hancock jr. Nirknarrlegvlfalt Ambition-To he a bil- lionairc Pet Peeve-Mrs. Owings HCV! kill' 24 hours Pet Pete C irls who Pet Peeve-Silent study meet e halls dv- L Shirley Ann jones Nifkname-just Shirley Ambilion-To he a good secretary Pet Peeve-Snobbish girls f '- Everett Lee l'lLllf.,CSP9ll'l jostph Albert Horn Nickname-Hedg,y Nlrkname j e AmbilionvTo own Am :hon To ' r m Robert Lee Kingsbury Nirkname-Big Bob Ambition-To become an educated beggar Pet Peeve-Nosey teach- ers Barbara Ann Kaiser ,N'ifk?1d77ll"'AB2ll'3S Ambilion - To fly to Europe on a house with wings Pet Peeret - Conceited girls Robert james Kellogg Nirkmzme-Bob Ambilion-To study ge- ology Pet Peerefpeople who cause explosions in the lab Nora Lee Kennedy .N'irkr1an1e-Nonie Ambilion-To go to tol- Nirkname-Kina Robert Burks Kimmel Ambition-To be a lege cessful engineer e Pc! Pcere-My name CYCCS y Q' Suzanne Kinser Nirlemzme-Sue Ambifi07I-T17 c:m't dance Clara joy Laing Nifirlanlegjoy Ambition-To become a night tlub singer Pu Pee1c+People with brovxn on their nmes Q-173' Robert Oscar Kirehdorfer Nirkmzme-Bob marry a Ambilion-To gratduate certain swabbie Pc! Pee1'eiCrooked ref- Pel Peere - Boys who erees .fgefl D ,Q '1- toddy Pet Peere nov Bert Petty Krages rNlifkl14I7I7E+-IUSI Bert Ambition-To have a hot iliallrein f f Pei Peere--Crooked r JL r lab tu, 76" gl David Lee Lambert Gloria Dean Langdon Edith Corinne Lashlei Nirknrmze-llave .'N'ifkmm1e-Glory .xviffildmf-JUS! Edith Ambitian-To leave at Ambition-'I'o live a long Ambition - Be a at last and happy life nurae Pei Peeze - Girls who Pet Perle-Slovx drivers Pei Peere-Dottie Va smoke and Lottie Lewis Page Eighteen ruman XV Lawrence Red n To become a civil engineer ez Pee1'ehLittle large girls with twinkling eyes m jean McMahan To go to Alaska Peere-Fire alarms during the 4th period in t T7 ' s Lois ,lean Layman Nirkname-Lois i . l . Barbara Perry Lester Nickname-Barbie Shirley Carole Loyless Nirkname-just Shirley Ambilion-To be a blond Pet Peeve-Kids with no school spirit v'Il A fffvrii f Ambition-To join the Ambition - To make Air Force Frank a good wife Pet Peeve-People who Pet Peetfe - Husbands pop their chewing gum who prefer fishin' to kissin' sf. . 0 'JUN 'lf ' Qu xr' I K x ff -1 s Doris jane Lyninger Nifbname-Doris Ambition-To graduate from college Pet Peeve-People who try to knock you down when you on sticks are wk. Raymond E. McHenry Earl Isaac McLane Edward Hays McLane Nifkname-Hank Nirkname--Toni Nifkname-Mac Ambition-To have a Ambition-To go swim- Ambition--To have harem ming at the Y.W.C.A. enemies Pe! Peeve-Teachers who Pet Peefe-Wfomen Pe! Peere-Beans won't let you talk in walking study hall Y7 Delores May lNIeQuil Nickname-Macky len Donald Leon Mabrey Nitkmzme-Uncle Don Ambition - To brown Ambition-Pharmacist nose a certain young Pei Peere-Sixth period teacher, and attend col- study U5 hall with lege Mrs. Owings Pet Peefe-Editors Page Nineteen Mary Lillian Marshall Nickname-Doll Ambition-To go to Alaska Pe! Peere-Teachers vu. 5? . Q, ..x ,526 . A l 1: f 6, X l fllilfil Belle M11rcl11 1Ni1'im1n11f Pixir Anllziliml T11 play 1l11' Kllllbffillfl T11 gr111l11111c :11111r1li1111 PM PW11' Closing 1111'- Pcl Poem' cilj.f3lFlJllCN urns ill 2:00 z1.111. 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Ohlmann Mrs. Mc- to have another Peeveipeople who in on my husiness Ag Harden Hampton Pace liuthelda Alberta Patk Harold Edward Probsl Nickname-Frog Nickname-Tilda Nifkngmg-Q1-igkei Ambilion-To get to Ambition Y To he an Ambifign-Try bet-Omg school on time M.lJ. Dean of girls at Vas- Pel Peere-Lunches at Pet Peeve-Snobnoses 531- College Valley Pet Peeve - Conceited people -Ayr' L-s' G. I w if i 4 Martha jean Raggard Mildred joan Raggard Norma jean Ray Nickname-Twin Nirknarne-'I'vs in Nickname-Shorty Ambition-To be a priv- Ambition-To he il sec- Ambition-To he a good ate secretary retary secretary Pei Peeve- Untruthful Pei Peeve f Girls who Pet Peeve-People who people smoke try to knock you down in the halls t t X wif 6. , iii 15 if if W 'CS 4' il Qs x. Q t + i f . K A' rf ' i, 5 L t U i fy irothy Gay Reardon itiminle-Dot bilion-To hecome a nurse I Peers' -- Crowded buses David Leo Reeves fNvifk!I:177l6'fLEO Ambition-To become ri successful architect Pe! Peere-English teach! ers fMrs. Dobyns and Mrs. Crabb5 Esther Lucille Rigsby Nickname-Blondie Ambition-To betome ii secretary Pe! Peere - Conceited boys Page Twenty-one Mary Elizabeth Rixman Nirkmzme-Betty Ambition-To become a secretary Pe! Peere-People who think they are better than anyone else. Edna Ann Reader Nirkname-Eddie Ann Ambition-Not to get homesick at college Pet Peevew-People who gripe all the time 54 lJ.1niel Thomas Roberts 'link Vfayne Roberts Vfantltl LA jean Roberts Alite Marie Ross .Nn'im1n1efTon1 .X'ifkI1d!7If"-Illklilt .N'iffP1tINI6'A'SL.IgLll" ,N'it'ir1.1n1e- :Xl .'lIlll7ifiU7I'PI-U see the f1n1bifionfTo lixe at long A7llhjfjUll -To go to Lol- fiilllliljllilfrldli tour Xlkifld and happy life lege Pr! Peere--Ciirls who Pet Pee1'efLunth menus smoke at Valley Cu 1' Sl l'HNllN JN l . S Diane Rothfuss Nirinameflli Ambition-To make a trip to Mars with joe Troutman Per Peere - Crowded buses and men drivers Y Reba Zane Roy Nickname-Reba Ambition-To be at see- retary Pet PeevefGoofs x 'i .. x Ir.. Gwen Lee Ruth Nivkrlumef--IN1 iM i AmbilionfTo he at took on it navy ship Pc! Peere -- Coneeitecl boys ut Valley 2 ,am ..,., I 1 E. Curtis Ray Samples lxvifkflxlllll' - Sampson ,47lII7ifi0?I- To make :ny Mercury run faster than Gi planets in .1 rot Pei Peeleffionsolitlzltetl Pol Pvvtnf- People tompl.tin Pe! Peru' f To see amy- one get more than his share out of my bottle , I - k 1 W , QW 'vs 'ES' T ,Elizabeth jean Saunders Betty Ridenour Stheihle Betty Marlene Stheynost Sztrz1Ann Sth: Nifb1amefBetty Niriname-Betty .Nit'ln.1n1e 'Dusty .'N'iz'ir1.1n1e- ,lust S.ir.1 Ambilion+To sing birth- Ambition-To make a fllllbjffflll f--To go to tol- Ambilinn- To go t day telegrams good nurse and an even lege lege Pet Peere - To hear better housewife Pc! Pratt- -lntonsitlernte Pe! Peru' betting up someone yodel Pei Pee1'efUnthoughful people 6:60 z1.m. people Page Twenty-tu'o p-N Robert Seaton Mary Doris Seidl William Henry Settles ifbname-Bob Nirknume-Baby Doll ,N'ifkr1ameAWillie Shirley Ann Sharp Nirkname-Sister .Ambifi071fTIl catth a man Pet Peerc-Lazy people To become a Ambition-To get mar- Ambition-To get to mechanic fied Franks and back safe et Peere-Study hall Pet Peere - Qonceitigl Pet Peeve-People who teathers people 'V 'i 3 y get to class on time i'fd1,, Ulla, 'A- NLJM' ZLL. f"'1'l", A Q Zyl' L, ' 4f'J"' ffz 4,1 A-,Y 74 f' 5,1 ff' if WL ,- QU gl' 417 Sarah Alice Shipley Nancy Ann Shuppercl Mary jane Siegert Georgia L Simpson Nirkname-Pete Nirkmzme-Poochee Nickname-jug Nzrkrzame Pat Ambition-To blow in- Ambition - To marry Ambition!-To see Valles Ambition To be Mrs stead of sip through a Mike become basketball jerrx Harris straw Pet Peere-Dancing fha champions Pet Peeze Bows who take Pet Peeve - Unfriendly haj Pet Peere-People who girls for granted people want Pep Rallxs but ax G wg S Stinson Smith john Baker Spangler Robert j. Statom ,XYffk?ld7l1E'JOl'll'l Nirkmzme-Bob :lmbitiou-To become a Ambition4To inherit a Peeze-Muddy foot- tommercial artist million dollars ball fields Pei Peere-VE'on1en??? Pei Peere-Male High Page Twenty-three won't yell 7 Dorothy Alice Stayton Nirkmznze-Dottie Ambition-To become a good secretary Pet Peeze-Sloppy peo- ple james Paul Wfnllace Nifkrmnn'-Tex Amhifion-To be an ed- ucated hum Pet Peers'-Girls who smoke uigars K f ,, ,. . i ' 'fx Wx!! , ' . 177' Q jf 1 t 1 1 J ' 1 . X , ' 'Lx Q1 C71 x james Edward Stevens .xiifkflxllllf-jil'I'l!Ilj Anlbilion -V To meet every girl in Vatlley Pe! Peeie-People who smoke jttmes Curtis Sit .Niil'iI11INIt' f Rotk ,1lIlIl7jflUPl --To g Pe! Paar 1' - Tatu hers :ne james Leslie Strehle .N ftfililfllthr -Les r.tdu.t te Pei Parte Quiet study hulls jesse Robert Wfeaver jatqueline Ann XVilson lNii06PlzlNll"YBUl7l3j .'N'iz'h1unlefjzttkie A!lIlJifi07lfTtl trxtvel Allll7ifilIP1"'Tll go to tol- Pet Peerefliirls who lege and do sotial hite work Pe! Peere 3 Narrow- minded people Rithttrd Lewis XX'ilson .Niit'f7lrI7Ill"flJl1li Amhiliuu To he the fztther of 5 lvrezid sntttchers Pei Peers 7 People xx ho indulge in intoxicating drinks ,tl ' an j tttquelin T1 itld .N itiminzv- -jattkie xlnllzilifnz -To lwetonie an xlnllnilirnz' To get Aeronttutitail lzngineer Pe! Porta 'loddits Georgia Ann XVitten .N ifimznze-Georgie Ambilian-To live a hap- py life Pe! Peet e 1 Unfriendly people XX'ilmt1jettn M. XX'illi.tn1s Bettye jo Wfoosley Nlnry janet :N'ifLIltIVlIL"Sj7ClliN .Nirimlnlevjust Vfoosley .Niil'LIIilNIt"'jlll'l Ambition-To be tt good AHll7ifi0lI'TlD he a tol- Arnhiiiml-To he gt housewife lege theerleader leader at Notre l Pe! Peers- Snohhy peof Pet Peers-Girls who try Pe! Peeze - New ple to have blond hair live Parties that Page Tu wily-four' morning atfters ! K . TUNIDFI Fifi' v O RUM 45.4157 Ha BN Z3 JUNIORS Presizlenl-Sani jones Vife-President-Robin Shipley Serrelary- --Leah Carriro 'lirm1un'm'- Kenncrh XXomIf.r A-4 " - "' e - s- qw 1- . J ,L xr- 'I A .- f f .E I. 9 4 - , ': 'a -- f' , , ' 1 ii' Fl vs . . L. ' , Y S f A ' b ff! ' N, ef i n i 5' ' Ex V CSL- 4 1 , . il me 1 1 5, i'l'f' if 1 2' 5 B ff ' I ,ii i. , ,J ,f4'J- ,X ' v x 'S - .'x ji llffl 5. S A 4 fr' 3 David Ash, jermae Arnold, Loretta Burd, Calvin Burress, Harold Boston, Patsy Blevins. Janice Beam, Nelson Banks, Debbie Brentwell, jane Brutscher, james Beasley, Carolyn Beecham. Bob Beanblossom, Wessie Bruner Margie Bright, Betty Blacketer, Joyce Bishop, Ima jean Bowling Bobby Bohler, Carol Bloemer, jenny jo Burks, Russell Bell, joyce Burkhead, Elsie Boggs Gerald Cook, jimmy Crowder, Nancy Clark, Pat Cundiff, john Carbell, Ray Carden. Leah Carrico, Freda Cain, Belly Cox, Delores Cox, Bob DeSpain, Sherman Drake. joy Duke, joan Diersing, Ann Darnell Yvonne Daniel, Betty Dowell, Marcella Duvall. Barbara Dunn, Patty Duvall, Edna Deitsch, Damon Elder, jimmy Erclman, jerry English. B111 Farrell Glen Foster Robert Few Bobbx Fuller Bull Farmer Joan Frledrttk XX alter Fluhr Ida Frenth Rntharcl Feusner Buford Funk C axle Froellch Bettx Fmch Shnrlex Fox Freda C oodall Ann C ross oAnn C anger Don Cru tnrmuth Mars C lbson Nlaureen Cnll 'Nlarx jo Cjonterman Barbara Cyarrett jxmmx C rant Dollx C rat Nelson Cfrcer x'lI'llX Hollxs Fmarlta H3Fll3f.,L Patrltll Harrocl Thomas Hodge Sallx Hand Leon Huff Btllx Herbert Anna Hampton Bettx Hutgherson xllk C erbst C ux Hudson Claudxa jaggers Barbara jukson Lmdl ohnson Bill atku Sim ones Nanu lxorser Paul lxaufmm 5l1ll'lLX lxlrnhtlopher one lxruer XX alter Lax man Trans Leath Lum Lotkman Lottxe Louts Beserlx Luuts Bxll Lxons Shlrlex Lxnth, Imogene Lxons Io-Xnn MtC1.1ren Blorrxs MLCurdx V4 L NItClure Leo NItClure Fthel Mtflure. joknne Mtfaullex Don Moore Robert Morgan 'C 6- -:lf Tw -f Q. fx i' L s s. -U' 1- A wr TC K 'ix' l 'Q A 5 1- 5 f Q- 1 ' iv. 1. 7. S' E' te 4 ,.. :r e- +R ' .QS' + R v " , Q H N I - :- L 4 QQ, , a if 33 93, I ir, , J 15' H! I 5. wr? l L t- 4 1 X Q., .1 x X 1-. 1535.5-FL A. as '-9 4. 1 , ' .4 1.-Q, -.. fs ,1- L CW 'T' gf! fr?" ,, 4 'B Gp, i ' A 7 g, , 5' ' 1 N 'le bv 9' ei, gy . , . ,s. fo 92 s. Z.. t- -r' i Q . 1 'N 1. "' . 4, , S. ,x 3 f by y f l 1 1 .- fu. v. 5 'ET' X. Xb -loflnn Murphy, Edna Miles. Beiky Morris. ,lerome Martin. Leon Melton. Ralph Melton. Janice Moore, Elaine Machatoff, Charlotte Owens, Marlene Okey, Charles O'Neal, Marlene O'Rcitk. liueene Ohlmann, Barbara Parrott. Alice Prood, Mary Portman, Don Pierce, Charles Perry. Ray Quisenberry, Betty Ray, Shirley Rosenboum, Gloria Rithman Martha Romine, Barbara Roederer. W'anda Reynolds, Don Redmon, joe Russell, Wanda Reynolds, Bobby Roederer, Eleanor Rodgers. Ann Rooney, Shirley Raggard, Ronnie Snellen, Ken Stanfield, jim Schroerlucke, Martha Sharp. Glen Sherrard, Revella Sowder, Carolyn Spayd, Herbert Swenney, Bill Spadie, Ray Senn. Nancy Settles, Cleona Smith, JoAnn Smith, Patsy Sims, jack Sheely, Roniona Schorfor. Nancy Smith, Bill Senn, Robin Shipley, Ronnie Silvers. Myrna Sipes, Layne Smith. Bobby Sumner, Bill Sermon, Bob Scheler, Bill Skaggs, Frank Schmoltz, Shirley Stroms. Betty Tablet, Bobby Terry Eddie Thrasher, Garrett Toohey Johnny Vowles, Sylvin White f Dell Wilke, Freda Weaver, ' , James Weese, Roland Wallace, W Yvonne Worth, Shirley Willoughby. I f ' i r 35 i E .,, , Don Westerman, john Wester 1' ' -2' Dottie Ward, Carol Wiser f A David Williams, Kenneth Wonder. 4 . , Helen Wilke, Anton Wiley, gg Bobby West, Lawrence Zoll, it Dannie Cook, Don Thompson. A fl I 1 s. - ., , JAUNTY IUNIORS High in spirits and chuck full of ideas for a carload of parties and dances, the vivacious third year of high school was commenced by a great class. Our natural yearning to be "Wheels" initiated zealousness, originality, and success in the undertakings of the class of '54. Of course, not all our time was engulfed with outside activitiesg there was always that shorthand assignment to catch up 00, for elsej, as well as home-work for science classes, etc. However, with these aca- demic interferences. we braved the worst and anticipated the final product of a full-fledged ''Senior-in-the-making", the breathtaking event called the junior and Senior Prom. Page Twenty-nine 1953 ANNUAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief .....,,w Y.,,..,,, D on Smith Ass't Editor ...,..,.. ,.,.... L ois Layman Business Editor .....,.... ....... J ames Bentley Ass't Business Editor .................ss..... Kay Campbell Coordinating Editors-Gloria Langdon, Delores McQuillen, Edna Ann Reader, and Shirley Burke Senior Editor ..... ........ J oAnn Nash junior Editor ,.,,,.r., ,,,,,..,,.... D oris Seidl Sophomore Editor .,..,,. ,,..,,. D orothy Stayton Freshman Editor ,,.,.... ........ S herwood Burress Faculty Editor ....,.,.s,...,sV..V......,,.,,,..... Shirley Sharp Special Features-Bobby Kirchdorfer, john Cham- berlain, Barbara Lester, Alice Ross, David Reeves, and Betty Rixman Sports ...., ...,..... T ruman Lawrence, joe Horn Sponsor ...... ............. O llie E. Bissmeyer, jr. we-Lznpw - s. f?r -Q-1-1 Page Thirty X , -4 , , xv.. ui-4.1 ...agar I fl mgx v 1 , , Z" . 'E kg 1 f K 'mm We-.. M3 , President, Bobby Melton Vire-Presidenl, Bob Young Sally Arnold, Paul Allen, Richard Alberg Norma Armes, Margie Armes, Robert Allison Ruby Ashley, Earnest Burkhead, Barbara Brooks Truman Beeler, Gene Bowman, David Bennett Secretary, Paul Biblehauser Treasurer, Bill Hunt -: ,. Q -g "il' A A ' 5 if r L "" B V ff ' K S' lf ' 4 vt tin 1 - , l 5 E. L. Bean, Paul Biblehauser, Nancy Brown A' ' A 'V J' V A Mary Helen Brown, Barbara Boston, Patricia Browand , I '5 Q! f A f jg' j , Z Q I t jf fi' . 5 , 5 Norma Belcher, Betty Butler, Bobby Burnett ' David Cook, .lim Cherwak, Donnie Cobble f 7 1 4 IWW!! lu, n Ln' 4 is k C "F A Doris Cornett, julie Chamberlein, Mary Lee Cravs ford 5" 3 tw 4' 93 Billie Mae Crammer, Wfayne Cannady, Bobby Collins .,',,, b , 5 "' ' Alton Cunningham, Nancy Carter, Carolyn Compton ' A Barbara Campbell, Carolyn Childers, Archie Curtis v x Betty Carnaham, Ted Chism, Dawn Chism Patricia Clayton, Linda Cox, Joyce Cartuyvelles jo Ann Conder, jo Ann Corbett, Edwin Dorst Clayta Dykes, Dixie Donoho, Kay Durr jimmy Dye, Authur Dray, james Denardi james Dennis, Barbara Drake, joe Dotson Betty Demaree, Raymond Doerr, Joyce English Louis Frb, Bob Fppinhimer, Nancy Frdman Sharon Egnew, Sylvester Edwards, Mary Ann Fmbry Shirley Eaden, jerry Funk, Charles Fleming Mitcheline Fleming, Bill Freeman, Anna Mae Keith Fetzert, joan Fehribaek, Martha Fisher Larry Franklin, Randy Fluhr, Pat Ford Janice Ferrell, Ruth Fisher, Darrell Flhhr 6. V " 1. , K CF -Ss , 3 if F X' ' y , 1 f x 1 ' , 4 X I Q ,Q ,, 'C k -x 4- fx ,fi 5 a V U xv 4X sl Y g 5 K I . we ' 'Nw . Q .s . .. X ami . y. Q' rrp., T George Hawkins, Marsin llorinu, Charles Hamilton litltlie Hatmather, Bolmhy blackey, Maggie jelcel Vfanda jackson, Nancy johnson, Carole jungbert Martha jatkey, Phillip jatkey. Christine Krimm Tony Krimm, Dave Kindee, Charles Kaufman Phyllis Klein, Wendell Kennison, Bill Kinglesmith George Night, Cecil Kinnard, Beverly Kipp jo Ann Kersey, Barbara Kirkpatrick, lanes Karnes Richard Lindsay, Bruce Layne, Norma Lewis Robert Lee, Betty Layton, Glenda Laing 17" L, Q' Mg,- ,fs J -1 'Q 10 A K ar W - Q yy fri , .Xxx f 4 L- :i'Z.z.x.:.i.1.E'. , 4 ,:., 1.:.: :.t.1.1.1,. ix -Q' ' F B B 9 te ,A , 1' , A qua- fp Ry I in 51 I 1 I 'ii Q ' 'lk t t , s Shaw K ? 1 P -u. N' NM 5 yi V' jim Linzey, Bob Lampkin, Billy Lewter 5 X H s t. ,RQ V Bobby Melton, Doris Moore, Kallie Mt'Waters in 4 he ur- VH s. - 4, A it A , A - ..4l1- A t - .,, W 2 I ll ' A flr -. -- .55 'f 1, -.. E L 1: 2 Q- Emi? Margaret Morris, Brenda Miller, Barbara Miller Delores Miller, Pat Mayfield, Doris Macy Ray Meade, Virgil Meeks, Ann May Allen Bloore, Mary Morris, Ray Mauldin Ronald Mattson, Ruth Mtfiaw, Evelyn Milan Pat Metcalf, jim Murray, Shelby Mtflue Bernard Mulligan, james Marquess, Leroy Miller judith Maxy, Gerald Norris, Donna Needy 4-3 , , J ' I , - 5' r .V Y 5-E .. IGN. 'f 1, A, I l I I U ' Q 'Q i . e., jimmy Sanders, Robert Summerville, Cecilia Siewert Martha Sword, Bobby Seidl, Dick Schmalz james Salesman, Hugh Severs, jeanetta Snauder liarl Simpson, Mary jane Shanks, Virginia Stockdale Tony Sherrard, Pat Speed, Patsy Stephens Biffy Summers, Barbara Statton, john Speed Bob Saffer, Nancy Stolz, Shelba Statom Harold Thompson, Bobby Turner, Pat Terry La Donna Thrap, Mary Ann Thompson, Norman Terry Betty Tinsley, Barbara Tinnel, Helen Taylor 5 - , X, , A W NI tri in Ntlson X irgic 'Nann Pristilla 'Neuman Butx Nisavishia Barbara Owens Leon Perkins out Potter Nlardee Powers Barbara Potts Rodnex Priddx William Paxton 'Nanny Paxton omni Prxor joinna Patk XX ilma Park Betu Probst Shirley C uire Loeita Reed Carolyn Raggard, Ken Robinson, jack Ray Billy Rowe, XX'allis Reisinger, Peggy Rowback Mimi Rodman, Pat Rigsby, Don Ruble Lois Rigdon, Hartsell Reynolds, janire Soden Faux -5 ffl' Louis Vernon, John Vernon, Floyd Vincent, Frank Wilkerson, Norma Watson, George Walker Is, Carol Webb, Ted Walker, Odean Weedman, Albert Willis, Jeff Williams, Betty Willis Barbara Watkins, Arthur Wessel, Bernice Walker, Roy Whitlock, Roberta Williams, jean Whobrey Betty Wallace, Carol White, Betty West, Rubie Waldon, Hilda Watson, Bobby Jo Young Eloise Young, James Yeates, David Zoll, Barbara Elder .1 l ' SILLY SOPHOMQRES More at home, in fact, feeling as though they owned the place the Sophomores started 1952-53 at Valley. The little "green" Freshmen of the year before had grown up over the summer. The struggled over their Algebra and Biology, History and English. They were interested, BUT!!! everynow and then they got so sleepy, they just had to doze off. With all this studying, they never missed a ball game or a party. They've met people, made friends, and become aware that teachers are human. fAnd made teachers aware of themj There was the Sophomore party - and - Lo! and Behold! The boys danced. This was the final test and they had passed it. They were freshmen no longer, they had made the grade, they were SOPHOMORES. Page Thirty-six W, ., ,, ad:-:: 'ff Ulla' QQ Q F 5' fi,-, 1 'E 4 im -Q, H A, ff ,gl 1 ge I 2 3 , ' if Z h Fi: lgnli It 'I all .ll Larry Keys President 4- 75, we ' Z , me al W , Aix? fs f bf 5' fs vii' 1 ' ,, w ' . vs- fr A of 'L 4 W. 1- ,f 3 Q s L '- s- . , px 2- 9 x l r G.. 1' Q., joe Able Vire-Prexidenl Norma Allen james Albright Patricia Allgood Mickey Arnold Carolyn Antininia Orzella Allen joe Able Mary Ann Atzinger Robert Blair jerry Brown jamey Binkley Norma Beavin Lane Butler juanita Bradley Philip Burton Richard Brown Donald Bowling Barbara Baker Earl Blair john Burkhardt George Baldwin Virgil Chism Martha Clark Helen Cook George jackey Serrelar-'jf Clarence Atther Damon Ashby Margaret Allen Thomas Albright Sarah Akers Herbert Adams Bill Bevin lilain Burress David Burton Doris Bowman Mickey Brown Teddy Brooks David Bond Shirley Burgman Shirley Bogard Carol Braughart Helen Bryant Dorothy Bennett j. B. Brute james Cravens Catherine Carter Mary Clark Beverly Carnes Barbara Coy I f , X I A? Pat Vettiner Treasurer i, 1 sk ,f'i'. X . lv l 4 w 4 v 5, - 4 I ,A Vi fu Shirley Clark Cora Carter Roger Caplinger Pittricia Cothrane ' , XX'31ggr Cam Frantis Clem , . . Billy' Colston Barbara Cochrane Phyllis Carter Verna Cundiff Bernard Campbell jane Curtis Kenneth Curtis Thomas Coones Gloria Carter Sandra Cornet David Cave Ronald Collins jimmy Daily Harold Dowell Carole Duffy Ruth Doyle Barbara Dunn Shirley Drane Marilyn Duvall Ronny Davis Ralph Dowell Peggy' Eatherly Glen Ewing Laverne End Donald Edgin Martha Franke Richard Franke Martha Clark Carolyn Carbell Mary jo Clark james Chambonneau jo Ann Crisp Robert Clements Virginia Clark joe Coleman Ronald Caplinger XVilliam Carter Sonny Davis Svlvester DiSantis Norman Daun Gwynn Durbin Filson Dean Hugh Denning Ronald DeVore Bill Dobson Terry Dohn NX'illiam Deetch Barbara Elrington Edith jean Emmons Norman Elliott Carol Eubank janet Fletcher Nancy Fields Ima jean Franklin fe X N 1' v v 'r Lx Y 5 p9 f"'N-4 'ttf in CQ- ,L -v V C' K. J , , av f 6 V R ' A F j su, ' ls Q, Larry Fraizer Larry Flaherty Alice Fitzpatritk jack Fulner Barbara Franzman Shirley Freeman Dorothy Fergerson jodie Funk David Fluhr Donald Gaus john Gray Naomi Godfrey Don Goodwin Alice Gagle jerry Graham Carolyn Gater Barbara Gagel joyce Green Doris Heistand Norma Horine Carolyn Hutson Marie Huber Ruth Henning Sue Hershfield Richard Hash Alma jean Hill Bill Hester Rita Insley George jackey james jenkins Barbara Fowler Virginia Frank Clara Faith Gilbert Fluhr Ray Funk joytre Ford Anna jane Goodlett Sharon Graham Patti Graham Betty Gross Doris Goodman Robert Gentry Marcella Garrett Louise Guenthner joyce Goodman Bobby Goff Wfayne Gahlinger Fva Groeble Leo Hill Henry Holton Richard Harrod Eleana Hall Eldora Hayes Billy Hargesheimer Robert Hagen jo Ann Haynes Diane Hebel Gilbert jones james jones Beverly jackson 3 x - L. ,e L an ,Y T, I rl S '13 ' T A l, Asif KITS? 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'N ' f L -,aawf "5 i f 1 L. - Y' ,L fi ,XKSQXZ J I s . ri' . y,y fi,J Mary Jones James Jackson Carl Jefferies Norman Jones Roy Jefferies Ann Jones Joe Kerteze Lyle Koontz Dickie Kaiser Gene Keys Wfilliam Kelly Janice Knott Herbert Kimbel Fred Lamar Margie Liltins Elmer Lush Richard Long Carolyn Lampton Don Lacefield Helen Lamker Bobby Lawson Patil Lindsey Gene McKnight Phyllis McKenzie Harold Mtflure Dorothy Mudd Phyllis Mellott David Murphy Phyllis Mann Bill Moody Larry Jayner Jimmy Jeanes livadeen Johnson Billy Jekel Kenny James Jenette Johnson Larry Keys John Kiray John Knott Ronnie Keen Doris Kraft Earlene Keltner Lois Lyons James Lyners Barbara Lee Ellen Layman Jacquita Loyless Nannette Layman Helen LaKue Bobby Lockner Carole Lambert Leda McMellen James Mt'Donaltl Elaine McBride Sharon Maripin Bill Miller James Mattingly James Mattingly Anita Moseley Stuart Mints PN 7 -C. le. '!?41k.gg S Q! r f-,. y' A-L . ', I tfl v it Y' 7-T 4. . ,I L. Q-- 'I' '--3, , . 1. 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'j1rnu.f', I-Ax....o4 4 , V Shirley Miller Charles Miller Luise Moser Leo Martin Rithard Mettalf Marylin Maxey Cilenn Mudd Charlotte Morris Thomas Mcliuffy Margaret Niroulin David Nevitt Leroy Orwiclt Phyllis O'Neal jimmy Owens Donna Potts Romona Polston Billy Philpot Elmore Panter Gayle Plotner Martha Penick Delores Pearl Bohhy Payne Charles Runschild Doris Reichmuth Douglas Rolainette Loretta Rennirt lda Rune lfred Rigshy Nancy Roll Emma Lou Roherts Charles Merkly Billy Meredith Don Mayfield Charles Munty Donna Matkin Kenneth Mills Donald Nall joyce Nash Maruella Newman Phyllis O'Neill Carolyn Orvington Delores Ogden Bill Philps Richard Pierce Martha Portman Gilbert Prather Larry Pisa Ron Parker Bill Parker Ruth Porter Alite Prood -loyte Rithie Kenny Reid Billy Richardson Patsy Ragle Gerald Rogers Rosalie Reed Billy Rogers june Reardon George Raggs L. -X '21 ' Vx. -x 8 1: , ,N , I Y", tg 5 -.SE aff- . 'af I 4 4' K fi g P 4 ' 15:1 fr? ' R 3' , l i 1 f f l 6 ' . L xl, , A K . . ' 2' -., -' S 2' X 1 Y- I pf. ir' , ft , 4:6 5 I rj, . s r 41 S , L 9 , Q . v . I .:, A, 5 ? t 1 Q-v 1 l. Alma Raimer Charles Royal Donald Raggard Pat Simpson Eleanor Senn Marjorie Strehle Doris Rhyne Charles Reinscheld jo Ann Sharp Donnie Sidebottom Sonny Smith Bohhy Strehle 'R' 4:- :. 1 lgfi V ' 1 Tommy Shelton Betty Schafer Gayle Sharp Gene Stone Sue Saunders Martha Stutker XX'illiam Stover W'anda Sheroan john Sanders Mary Ellen Schuh Mary -Io Sumpter Patrifia Skees Tommy Stockdale David Stewart Patty Sharp Frank Spayd Donald Sharp George Sermon XVilliam Thompson Glenda Thompson Richard Threet Delores Terry jerry Thompson Larry Taher Harold Snawder Carolyn Sthitk jo Ann Schaffer W'illiam Sipes lerry Smith Betty Smith Allan Smith Richard Sipes james Snipp john Skaggs Mary Ann Schroll Rohert Stavtom Martha Scheler Damon Saltkill Carol Skeeters Namoel Stinson Richard Spayd Nfartha Thompson Dianne Tomes Pat Thomas Ann Thompson Lee Thomas Beverly Taylor hlelvin Vogel fo - '1 C' K. L v-' . M 'f'f 6 f C-, I X ,V yn 4? N T Q as M,-J' vp K 74 -0 'li Q ,X -. 2 f 1- te 1 ' 2 Mary Vowels Nancy Vermillion Darrell Vowels Daymond Webb Betty Wolz Mary White Robert Williamson Raymond Webb Carolyn Wilson Gerald Walker Frances Wise Stella Wurst Lois West Carolyn Watson Robert Waldrop Shirley Harvel Pat Vettiner Dennis Vogt Franklin Watson Harold Wallace Gerald XVooldridge Albert Wiser joe Whelan Wayne Williams Norman Webb Warner Whobrey Jackie Willoughby Darlene Yoder Thomas Young Martha Zipperlein f r Y .hi A I George Zipperlein GREEN FRESHMEN The freshmen cautiously inched into Valley's wide halls. They were a little curious, a little bewildered and more than a little "green". There was the new experience of buying books, signing up for classes and then, the worst job, finding those classes. But they gradually began to get straightened out. People settled into place. Teachers no longer scared them silly, and seniors didn't seem too much like giants. The freshmen had a party! Games and refreshments were prevalent to dancing but it was such fun. In fact, the whole year had been fun. Wfhen May came they actually looked forward to next September. Why, after all, they would be Sophomores. Page Forty-four -an . . 1 5 I Hi? fg-ffm F? tr ll ,lx 111 Lt! tr: xx: rr. ii' .ri :Sh FRONT: Km Srenhens. louise Franke. Shirlex XY'ooSlex. Hmm Vfunslex. Dururhx Stiverw. Glenda Sapp. :Xngel.1 Sipc QFFOYD: Uiann XY'UI'7"l. lean Dnnuhu. Burn SI.1ton1. Iiml.1 Rexnulclx. Slam l.mc741ngrr, THIRD' Buhhv Titue. RM Alhriqht. hmm Bmcllcx. Uxrliu F.1rn1f:r.,l.ukic Alu.-x,Iin1mx Dgnix, FOVRTH' Uaxirl Smith. Rodney' Bennett. Billx SC'N5.1I'1.l, Hulwzlrr XY'.1rner. Kenneth Skxuux. P.1ul .-hh. BAFK: Carl Deaw. Mr. Blankenship. Arnold Broun. Ralph 'lefferwn..l.1n Rhea. l,L1Y'i1.l,l,'l'1lDI'l1fWNl5l"l. NOT PRFSFNT: Bern' Terry. Puge I"ur!1-wir. II g GRESCHEL BB Z, ffr IW WARREN BC 47, R NT ohn Blo d Carroll Beams Donnie Ater ohn Aker Tomm Nithols Sammy Norton james Adamson F 0 I J Y , , , J , Y ' , ' , - SECOND: john Bouteiller, Karen Ashley, Carolyn Adams, Merida Ames, Margie Boling, Ruby Burks, Ethel Alvey. THIRD: Bobby Bently, Harold Allen, David Bunger, james Allen, joe Allison, james Bischoff. BACK: Tom Ackerman, Ralph Biszmaier, Richard Cartuyvelles, Loy Alvey, jerry Watkins, Carl Stanford. NOT PRESENT: Robert Allen. ff 5 .. 6, FRONT: Charlotte Brown, Clarice Cannon, Betty Burks, Wfayne Compton, Raymond French, Norman Carden, Tommy Culp. SECONDz Carl Cooper, Mary Corum, Sharon Cecil, Karen Branch, Anna jane Cooksey, Frances Cook, Georgetta Carter. THIRD: Donald Collier, Ronald Clark, Clara Croslin, june Paul, Donald Coker, Henry Davis. BACK: Betty Chandler, Barbara Chappell, Estes Cureton, Angela Crowder, Shirley Cartwright. Page Forty-eight MCDEIMOTT BD FRONT: Patricia Mitchell, Diane Kelley, Joyce Malcomb, Sharon Wimp, Alice Wfhite, Clara Nardi, Ja.net Waldrews. SECOND: James Wells, Deanna Thrap, Shirley Lee, Gladys Brown, Dawn Hedden, Judy Walker, Carl Mueller. THIRD: Ellen Norton, Nancy Young, Richard Bell, Dean Bell, Carol McClellan, Martha Gagel. BACK: Mary Virginia Lee, Chester White, Roger Roberts, Glenn Huebner, Sonja Myers, Janet Jones, Shirley Wright. -23. GARRISON BE "' 8 4: i-W . I FRONT: Gladys Yates, Janice Quillman, Charmaine Kestler, Ida Coffman, Lois Bohler, Jerrie Laycock, Judy Eubank. SECOND: Ann Duvall, Martha Paulley, Tommy Blevins, Ethel Duff, Nellaine Cates, Marjorie Eicher, Donald Franke. THIRD: Betty Casey, Peggy Phillips, Ruth Blackwell, Gayle Woods, Roberta Park, Leo Eichhorn. BACK: Dora Plummer, David Royalty, Donna Froelich, Carroll Dickerson, Cameron Mobley, Wanda Fleck, Nancy Gabhart. Page Forty-nine FRONT: Richard Gentry, Billy Henderson, Billy Hunter, Frank Rothfuss, Mary Hibbs, Phyllis Harris, Nancy Hen dricks. SECOND: Leona Hatfield, Ruby Hurt, Knitetta Hornback, Dona Harshfield, Kitty Hardesty, Mary Harshfield. THIRD: H. B. Hill, David Holton, Charles Goodall, Betty jo Rogers, Martha Hubbard, janice Horine. BACK: Dicky Hawkes, Billy Thomas, XY'ayne Heibert, Charles Hudgins, Lewis Hagerman, Billy Hughes. NEILL BG l I D :G . , 1: .Q FRONT: Laverne Mercer, Margie Weber, Johnny Worthington, Shirley Milton, Gordon McMillian, Edward Layer, Martha Lord, Kenneth Layman. SECOND: Tommy Linzay, Billy Lynch, Barbara Meredith, Mary Alice jones, Betty Lou Morris, Elizabeth Waller, Alice Marcum, Melvin Miller. THIRD: jo Ann McNutt, Doris Mclntosh, Pat Allen, Joyce Miller, Norma Lee, Louise Mitchell, Lova lNlinton. BACK: Frank Murray, Donald Lacer, Sue Wease, jean Mitchell, Jerry Luenberger. Page Fifty FRONT: jimmy Knight, Kenny LeMaster, Bobby Kirby, Shirley W'ilson, Kenneth Lowery, Xvallace johnson, Lonard Dunn. SECOND: Earldine Kendall, Virginia Kessinger, Dona Krull, Brinda Lee, Charles L. Kinglesmith, W'ayne john- son, Eddie jekel. THIRD: john Kopp, Louis Hornback, Grace Hubbard, joyce Cook, Pat johnson, Rita johnson, Susie jeanes. BACK: Calvin jones, Charles johnston, Dora Ellen Freeman, jeanne Kilgore, Aubrey LeMaster, jimmy jeffries, Charles XVeaver. Page Fifty-one FRONT: Richard Huffman, Chester Burris, Barbara jekel, Dianne Brown, Alla Deane Beams, Doris Blevins, Joyce Caplinger, Carl Bright. SECOND: Fred Warns, Peggy Beam, Hazel Benham, Charles XX'ilsun, Tummy Borders, Algie Bowen, Virginia Ferrell, Bobby Bright. THIRD: Robert, Blacketer, Mildred Bright, Bonnie Beck, james Baumgardner, Charles Stettler, Beverly Bjorklund. BACK: Bob Brooks, Bruce Bauer, XVanda Easley, joe Bironas, Eugene Hetlespeth, Barney Baughman. Page Ififty-two .1 -7, AQ The X xc . I :p 'I' . i -fe fy gf W, P K A?- ,rg r 'i' a .W 4 ' ,, . .,,,,,pu.. i' 94 pw I -f",k. 5, 1 4-LSW E152 .P n-iv -4- S f FRONT: Robert Winburn, Robert Ford, Judy Feusner, George Hubbard, MCCellon French, Charles McCullum, Bruce Morrow, Mary XVatkins. SECOND: Linda Vfillis, joan Goodall, Marnella Geary, Juanita Fluhr, Dale Hamilton, Robert Shipley, Mary jane Kelley, Betty Sharp. THIRD: Joyce W'0nder, Judy Shipley, Gerald Mobley, Donald Shearer, Robert Gibson, Frank Stewart, Donald Fox, Frank Fox. BACK: Roy Davis, Eddie Ray, David Grottenthaller, Ivan Scott, Robert Childers, Fergie Scheynost. Page Fifty-four FRONT: Judith Bowles, Claudia Shearer, joseph Burkhead, Ralph Buckley, Charles Burris, Cecil Haberne, Robert Bodner. SECOND: john Burkhead, Kenneth Baker, David Baker, Ellen Basham, Charles Guenthener, jimmy Bruner. THIRD: David Brown, Patsy Baugh, Patricia Burton, Patsy Bolt, Bluford Garrett, joan Bironas, Joan Bakes. BACK: Edward Goodman, Babara Bryant, Nancy Baugh, Deanna Bennett, Donald Melton, james McGrew. Not Present: Erwin Boone, Ruth Brown, Judith Kay Allen, Howard Sawyer. Pugt' lfiftjy-fire FRONT: Francis McCoy, Lonna Eglen, Wanda Mattingly, Carol McCullum, Eugene Dunn, Judy Krages, Barbara Clark Luther Farley. . SECOND: Alice Ditto, Lloyd Dever, Claude Fowler, Robert Darnell, Tommie Crawford, joseph Ott, Sheila Epper son Fleonor Brackeen. THIRDl joan Hale, Richard Dupin, Robert Miller, Fred Caplinger, Larry Drane, Raymond Humphries, Maynard Embry. BACK: john Durbin, james Chism, Norman Cureton, George Nickle, David Dunn. Page Fifty-six SC ,- OTT 7D FRONT: Roger Geary, james Bensing, Peggy Mizell, janice Goodman, Phyllis Goodall, Kenneth Fulkerson, Howard McIntosh. SECOND: Robert Fitzpatrick, Kathleen Gary, David Farmer, Don Foster, Eunice Franke, Emma Baker, Betty Fields, THIRD: june Florence, Sally Guyn, Carole Fruchtenicht, Mitchell Ford, Marilyn Fleming, jeanne Franke. BACK: Ivan Fultz, Bette Lou Faulkner, Carol Flamm, Norma Geary, Philip Greathouse. 5. 'x FRONT: Guthrie Garrett. Dickie Gregory, Mike Hall, Bernice Tinsley, james Hope, Irene Gregory, Baron Horne. WHITE 7E SECOND: judy jordon, Carol jenkins, Daniel Hampton, Louis Hardin, jesse Henon, Velma Harrison, janis Gilley, john Gagle. THIRD: Robert Vfright. Buddy Holman, Robert Hudgins, Day id Gahlinger, Robert Mobley, Arter Gary, james Hardin. BACK: james jordon, Frank Glover, XX'ilma Goodman, Richard Hibhs, james Byrd. Page I'-iffj-5t'l't'7l FRONT: Shirley Kennison, Margaret Hen, Douglas Le5laxter, jerry Pettus, Ruth Kirehdorfer, jane Parker, ,lameg Fruethtenitht, Gene Crime. SLLONID: Charlotte jeffries, Ray Kemp, Paul Lyninger, Lluytl lirimlervumtl, Mary Legler, Billy llutthinwn, Louis Looney, S. j. Lee. THIRD: james Keenan, Opal Lung, Ruby Lawson, Marianna LeVuld, james Loyall, Mary Hager, Helen Burks. BACK: Connie Hatker, Terry Lawrente, Lester Lashley, Don jaggem, bien Skeeters, Tummy Kellems. Page lfifly-Ugly! FRONT: Buddy Luwn, Barbara Minton, Steven McNurr, jacquelyn Deuces. Don McNutt, Albert Huff, jimmie Mit chel. Bobbv Light. SECOND: Tom Mcfioxxan, Velma Miles, Rita jupin, Marglret Metcalf, Don Mcaulor, Charles Kellogg, Russell Blurphy Emmet: Snavwder. THIRD: joyw Moore. Don Nlkfllltlh, Ruby Mc.-hlams, Barlura Maupin, Bill Moreland, blames Mean. Linda Maxey' ml. C. Moreland. BACKf Pat W'hilIen, Randall MQNUII. Charles Miles, Bob Miller, Leonard Crowder, Charles Bleyprs, Rose Morris. Page Ififiy-nine MARKWELL 71 FRONT: Barry Osburn, Dale Funk, Monty Priddy, Mary Fluhr, Carye jo Miller, Eleanor Nowak, W. C. Michael Thomas Smallwood. SECOND: Linda Metcalfe, LeRoy Murphy, Gerald McAfee, Norman David, Stanley Neal, Ronald Melton, james Camell THIRD: Raymond Harshfield, Robert Mayfield, Betty Pack, Carolyn Minton, Wanda Pack, Frances Feezor, Wade Miles BACK: jerry Campbell, Frances Pheifer, David Webb, Kenneth Newton. NOT PRESENT: Dolores McDowell, Alma Meredith, Shirley Reed, Ronald Cope, james Mullaney, Everett Gosser Norman Braden, Alton Wilford. VETTINER 7K FRONT: Robert Lyningur, johnny Pasthal, Virgil Pierre, Linda Lou Roy, Barbara Ragsdale, Barbara Pearl, lithclenc Cain. SECOND: tl. C. Pryor, Tommy Ridgvsay, Yvonne Philpot, Paulette Perkins, Nancy Rhyne, Joann Powell. THIRD: Tim Perkins, Neil Robins, Ruth Hill, Alice Pharris. Betty Pryor, Wanda Peace, Carol Russell. BACK: Russell Poynter, Ronald Rennirt, Evan Roberts, jimmy Rodgers, Lee Reynolds, jackie Perry. Page Sixty ' S FRONT: Vfilliam Stavton, Barbara Rooney, Margie.Souder, Lula Shofner, Donald Risen. SECOND: Faith Schneider, Barbara Rodgers, Betty Jean Sumner, Bonnie Snawder, Allen Story, Brenda Sanders, Janice Spencer, Richard Smith. THIRD: Charles Smallvxood, Robert Sthaffrter, Roger Shepherd, Charlotte Ritthic, Donald litlwartls, joycc Stewart, Bevurly Smith, joyte Sthieneman. BACK: Charlotte Seay, Marion Smith, Charles Fitts, james Heihcrt, Lois Strehle, Homer Holland, Ruth Stott, Charles Rucker. Page Sixty-one FRONT: Gene XVatkins, Victor White, Gerry Wfeber, Charles Cottrell, Gary Holli5, David Willianig, Earl jones. SECOND: Carolyn Zoll, judy XX'ooClring, Velma Carter, Charlotte NX'heeler, Mary Frances Wendler, jackie Vawter Shirley VC'est. THIRD: Mickie XX'hobrey, Robert Weedman, Richard NX'hitlock, Ray XX'ard, Marvin Howard, Tommy XVorthington. BACK: Donald W'eaver, jim Pannell, Freddie Wright, Hobwn XX'ernz, Kenneth Sherrard, Bobby XX'hitcner. Page Sixly-Iwo L F E if g NlD QQSFH' J UX ARDW V P 3 W f ix v a fu f fl 9:51162 9 ri C2 1, Z X -P' 5 9? i 'L g 1""f'V Mr. Valley High Mi-V5 VIIUCU' High jug Benin Phyllis Brooks Mr. junior llzllej Mi!! fllflifff l'f1Hf'fl Robert I-'irzpgnrick Carol Fruchrenicht 53 ..,, we ' I Page Sui, sez en 'i 9 1936-1953 WV srl Valley High School History Valley has gone through a continuous series of growing pains. Construction of the original Valley High building was completed in 1936 on a 12 acre plot of land purchased by the Jefferson County Board of Education. The cost of this first building was but S100,000.00 to construct and contained 10 classrooms, a library, science room, cafeteria, manual training department and gym. Six hundred parents and teachers were invited to the dedication of the school on October 23, 1936. On this occasion, Dean W. S. Taylor of the University of Kentucky, Lt. Gov. Keen Johnson and Superintendent Orville Stivers were the speakers. Luncheon was served by the Parent-Teachers Association. Mr. Bruce Brown was Valley's Principal until called into the armed services in February, 1941. Until his return in October, 1945, Mrs. Julia Fahey served as Acting Principal. Mr. Brown resigned in the summer of 1946 and he was ably suc- ceeded by Mr. Richard Van Hoose who received the great distinction of being ap- pointed Director of Instruction and later as Superintendent of the jefferson County Board of Education. Our present Principal, Mr. O. M. Lassiter rose from the post of Assistant Principal to lead Valley in its progressive march. Mr. Herbert Hatfield followed him as Assistant Principal. As conditions became more and more crowded, the school board bought more land and made more additions so that by 1951, Valley had a campus of over 56 acres and could boast of a new cannery, manual training shop, music, visual education, clothing rooms, a cafeteria and numerous portable buildings for temporary class- rooms. Page Sixty-eigbt Z As a community project Valley citizens financed a S72,000.00 Community Park and swimming pool on the school property in 1940. The park is now used by the jefferson County Playground and Recreation Board each summer. Basketball and Football have been major sports at Valley for quite some time. The basketball coaches in- clude Arlie Lawrence from 1936 to 1942, Bernard Hick- man coached from 1942 until 1944 when Herb Lewis took over. In 1946, C. Cantrell took over the basket- ball reins and did an exceptional job until 1952 when he resigned. At present the basketball boys are being piloted by "Red" Garrison. Football hales quite a list of able coaches, too. Paul O'Neill was head coach from 1957 until 1959. There was quite a period of inactivity until Herb Lewis organized the sport again. He coached until 1951 when he was appointed Athletic Director for the jefferson County Schools. Mr. Reason Newton served for one year as coach and was succeeded in 1952 by our present coach, Dallas Arnold who' came to Valley from Fairdale. 1952 goes down as an extremely important mile- stone in the growth of Valley High School. This school year marks the completion of the huge, modern addi- tion to the old Valley High School. This 81,500,000.00 new construction provides new facilities for special classes, rooms for academic subjects, an ultra-modern cafeteria, a spacious library, a covered bus load dock plus many, many more added conveniences. Valley High School has a bright future just as it had a brilliant past. It is up to the students following to see that this progress is not hampered to a point of regression. Only a unified student body and faculty can make this advance possible. Page Sixty-nine 4..' :W f aff. 1-1 M,-, , B " in "Tl'Rf , .u-ll w m "MEET ARIZONA" Presented on November 24, 25 by Senior Class Directed by Miss Elizabeth Wyatt Musical Direction by Miss Frances Miller I Aix, 'X I '72 g l I n 5, 1 . ln' 1 -: CHARACTERS Rennie-A romantic cowboy .,Y,.....,,,.ss.,.,,....,.....,,..,,... .,....... F ranklin Gulledge Maria-A tearful Mexican servant .,...... ,..,,..,. K ay Campbell Cappy-Big-hearted corrall boss ..,,...................,, ....... D avid Reeves Aunt Lavinia-Wants to be wild and Wooly ,...,.tl. .,....... J anet Woosley Bertie-Typical dude .A,..C,..........s,...s,.,.,.,.,.,....,,. .. s.,cl,.... Bert Krages jack Guldy-Ranch Manager ,,,..,. ,...... Larry Benson-Real Arizona ...,..,., ., Emily-Our little dudine ,.,.,,,. ...... Antonio-Loves Carlotta ..,.......,.... ...,.. Carlotta-Who loves to dance .,,..,,......,..,. Lettie Blair-Exchanges East for West .,,.,.,.. Tom Wilder-lmpersonates Arizona Tom ........ Carlos-Gay Mexican ..,,...,......,.,..,,.........,......... .,.,.... Tonita Sunrise-Of Indian ancestry .,,,,. .,...,, SCENES .Homer Nicholas ...,.....David Collett .Wanda Roberts Bushong Deckard ,....,,Sarah Shipley ,..,...Jackie Todd McLanc .Robert Decker ,Dolores McQuillen ACT I Grounds in front of Dude Ranch House. Mid-morning in Arizona. ACT Il, Scene 1 Same, that evening. Scene 2 Same, the following afternoon. Page Seventy il X, s T, 2 M . Norma jackey Shirley Sharp Lois Layman Betty Scheynost Margie Fcrrcn Richard Bensing Ray McHenry David Gallrein Charles Bunch MEMBERS OF THE DUDINES jackie Wilson Pat Bohannon Norma McMahan Gladystine Peggy Dye Brown CHORUS Diane Rothfuss Doris Allison Myrtle Brown Alice Ross DUDES AND COWBOYS james Bentley David Bettinger Ronnie Cravens Bob Kimmel Tom Roberts Earl McLane Truman Lawrence james Wallac'e DUDINE DANCERS: Shirley Bodner, jean Williams, Carol Buchhold, Shirley Loyless, Shirley Baker, Shirley Murphy, Nancy Cook. MEXICAN DANCERS: Norma Elder, Betty Rixman, Mary jane Siegert, Doris Seidl, Alice Davis, Virginia Haburne. vfk Alma Brackett joy Laing Norma Ray Doris Lyninger W'alter Hancock Billy Nicholas Charles Bond Calvin Coomes Phyllis Brooks, GREEN MOUNTAIN BOYS: jerry Nichols, john Cusick, Don Smith, Sherwood Burress. THE STORY The sudden death of Colonel Blair has left "Ride 'Em Hard Dude Ranch" without an owner, since the Colonel's will is missing. The struggle between manager jack Guldy and adopted son Larry Benson over the inheritance provides the op- portunity to introduce love, mystery, and comedy into the plot. Needless to say, all ends well. Boys get girls and Guldy gets his walking papers. Larry wins Letty and the ranch, and everybody's happy. Page Seventy-one Page Seventy-two 5.4 The Christmas Dance of the Senior Class of '55 was held in the Continental Room of the Henry Clay Hotel on December 18, 1952. jackie Wilson and jerry Nichols were crowned Merry Christmas and Noel. 1 "1 'HL The National Honor Society again sponsored the program of gixing baskets to the needy. The program took place the day before the holidays. The Glee Club took part in the Musi- cal Program. wi . x l . A. , iv :ef ig 3 Page Sexwlty-three HONCR Vxce President Donald Stinson 'vi' Jacqueline Ann Wilson Gerald Lee Nlchols we Walter Dewey Hantotk jr Shirley jean Bodner 1' 'U- NATIONAL HGNOI sourrv w 'ff S 1 sul? Q A ZS SOCIETY Prexrdent Robert Burks K mrth Sarah Alice Shnpley Truman Weldon Lawrence 1 -Q Sponsor Mrs Norman Crabb Muldred joan Raggard David Kirby Collett Shirley Carole Loyles .41 Secretary Carol Yvonne Buchhold Martha jean Raggard David Robert Cxallrem ar- jacquelme Todd l'dna Ann Reader 5 Betty Marlene Stheynost Raymond Fugene McHenry Phyllls jean Brooks Daniel Thomas Roberts Dorothy Gay Reardon 3' 4, T T2-M R "'- 7' -za, G R P 1 . . .E . U ... - ajgif ' I 5- ' 6 N , . ,Q f R' D . "" f A 0' 9 .9 " ' V' - D it to T ' 5 ' ev , , ' , f . 1 X ' .,, K age G I f ki? R M , , W Q A ff. tt- 'W' . N X-t QUILL g SCROLL X AND Quill :mtl Stroll is tm intertmtionttl honor sotiety having over 3,0041 tlmpiers, for high sthool iotirrmlists. lt wits UFALQLlflllCLl in 1926 hy tt group of high sthool tltlxist-rs for the purpose of rt-xsttrtlirig tintl cntottrngirig ititlixitltml tttliicxcment in journalism :mtl tretttixc uriiitig. A stutlent journalist is rctommentletl lay thc gttlxiscr to the ntuionttl offitt' .tml must IIHQCI the following requirements: C11 llc must he tt junior or senior. C19 He must he in the upper third of his tluss in general stholttstit standing, fil He must he cloing superior work in writing, editing, or husiness manttgement. C45 He must he approval hy the uxetutixe secretary of the organization. Membership in the Quill .mtl Stroll is an honor to he tovetecl by all high-sthool puhlita- tions and members. Present mcmlwrs att xlkllliif intlutle: hlna Ann Reader, Shirlev Sharp, Truman Law rome, Don Smith, john Chamberlain, Delores MtQuillen, Gloria Langdon, Shirley Burke, jo Ann Nash, and Doris Seidl. Sfmrisor' - O. lx Bissmexer, jr. 1953 V-CLUB ,.. Pttgt' Srtwlli-fire' C I 4 Y Advanced Band C071l1Ilff0f+BiI'. Hicks junior High Mixed Chorus Dirertor-Mrs. Haynes junior High Girls' Chorus Director-Miss Hopkins junior Band Conduclor-Mr. Hicks Page Sererzty-5i.1: Girls' Glee Club Dirertar-Bliss Miller Boys' Glee Club Direflor-Miss Miller Mixed Chorug Dirertor-Min Hiller Puge S6'lt'7I1j-St'lt'U JJ 1' ' ""1 .1 1 l .A PY P! 2 J... 4-H Club Sponsor-Mr. Espin Guys and Gals Club Sponsor-Mr. Greschel Folk Dancing Club Spfnzxnrs-Mr. Lam and Mr. Moreman Page Seventy-eight Teen Club Sponsor-Miss Griffin Social Guidance Club Sponsor-Mr. Blankenship Personal Appearance Club Sponsor-Miss Sheets Page Sermtj -nine . S4- N- 5511 Z!!! l .f- k X xx Ns 3 ff, 2 4 5 junior Sportsmen Sponsor-Mr. johnson Science Club Sponsors-Mrs. Lovell and Miss Korphage Booster Club Sponsors-Mr. Pickett and Mr. Davidson Page Eighty Personal Appearance Club Sponsor-Mrs. Smith 4-H Club Sponsors-Miss Chilton and Mr. Markwell 4-H Club Sponsor-Mrs. Anderson Puge Eighty-one ze' 1 xl ,- s qi 5 -l 'X L Il Checker Club Sponsor-Mr. Bruce Checker Club Sponsor-Mr. Carter Checker Club Sponsor-Mr. Wfaller Page Eighty-lu'o Stamp and Coin Club Spansorwhir. Troutman Chess Club Sponsor-Mr. Newton Current Events Club Sponsor-Mrs. Lindell Page Eighty-three Junior Red Cross Club Sponsor-Mrs. Dobyns First Aid Club Sponsor-Mr. Matlack Projector Club Sponsor--Mr. Glasgow Page Iiighly-four Future Farmers of America Sponsor-Mr. Layne Sewing Club Spanx or-Mrs. Nelson Future Business Leaders of America Sponsors-Miss lessee and Lfwfiss Martin Page Eighty-fire 1 E A Q. journalism and Creative V4'riting Club Sponsors-Mrs. Morgan and Mr. Bissmeyer Future Teachers of America Sponsor-Mr. Neill Hi-Lites Staff Sponsor-Mr. Bissmeyer Page Liglaly-six .,.fX' Auf, C,mnl1-Yilallheiser 1141111 C,mn'lv ---- Arnolc , -ze vi ,. K 'G "Mb 1 11 .Q 'C9QT?' f A 1 Q I A X N N N, A - rlx-Vqvg Auf. Cfmn'lJ-Snider N' -N --Q f 0 Page Eighty-eigbl IB'-Vi!! pw., M'- james End Leo McClure David W'illiams Bob Terry Halfbark Quarlerbark Tackle Tafkle ,X Ronnie Silvers Coach Clayton C0-Caplai1lHa1fb11ck of XY'esrern State College Sam Jones Sherwood Burress Sarah Shipley End Tavkle Cheerleader """ lk fu-v -3 Nl 308. 4- 1- .AM 4. 5- ' " ' -1 'S' ,Pix . 'f'.r"T'C. ' f , A i".-',4 V , .h , ,gf ,.,. "sang 1 - , -. :un , , . 'hay vii ' 2 ' . Q' 1 Page l.1yl1!1-:lim 6 5 r - -Y , Jed. Q, H.. . Woo ,. p 'UA ,X-. T.. N , 5 W 4 .V hs' Ma. Ke , Q. A ' "' 1 Buford Funk Mike Murphy Bill Ferrell Fred Stocker Tarkle Fullbark Hdlfbdfk Guard Mr. Lassiter, Football Queen-joan Murphy, and Co-Captains jerry Nichols and Ronnie Silvers. Billy Richardson Thomas Hodge Bill Hunt Cheerleader Halfbark End f 7 'i Page .Vmely .5?2.h.' GRIDIRON HI-LITES The Vikings opened their football sea- son by romping New Albany 52-18. The array of touchdowns were lead by Paul Biblehauser, who scored the first one of the season. Ronnie Silver's 76 yard dash, Tom Hodge, Richard Arnold and Curtis Zipperline's touchdowns kept the Bulldogs' heads spinning. The Vikings' line kept the Bulldogs spellbound the rest of the game. Vikings' second straight victory was over Lynn Camp, 13-0. Touchdowns were made by Ronnie Silvers and Kenny Stand- field, Bill Gregory added the extra point. Once again the Vikings' defense was proved to be the vital turning point of the game. Valley's third game went to Male, previous State Champions, by a score of 40-6. The only Viking score was made hy Curtis Zipperline by a Quarterback sneak. Valley once more accepted defeat by bowing to Fern Creek 14-0. After 15 years of annual competition, Fern Creek finally managed to obtain victory. Valley"s third defeat came from the Blue and White of Eastern by a score of 55-0. Valley. the victim of a 27-0 victory by the Rebels of Atherton, still played an extraordinary game on defense and offense. Valley' was handed their fifth defeat hy' Owensboro, 35-13. Kenneth Stanfield was the star of this one by racking up both touchdowns for Valley. jerry Nichols brought victory to Valley once again by scoring the only touch- down for Valley. while Bill Gregory kicked the extra point to edge Southern " 6 f-h The last game of the 1952 season was really a heartbreaker. lt was a 20-20 tie with' Shawnee. The array of touchdowns were made by Ken Stanfield, Sam jones. jerry Nichols, and Tom Hodges. Page Ninety-three ROLAND W'ALLACli JOE lJeSPAlN Guard Guard my wwf' ' +V S' XVALTER Le-VOLD JANIES BEASLEY KENNETH STANFIELD Center End Halfback MARTHA SHARP JOHN Cl,'SlClx Cheerleader Center 47 QM f 7 X X1 J gl BASKETBALL D. Collett, B. Kirchdorfer, G. Sherrard, R. Jeffries, and Coaches, Red Garrison and Wallheiser. Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley 75 47 63 72 51 60 58 BASKETBALL SCORES FOR 1952 - 53 Masonic Home 63, , 47 47 60 58 74 61 59 72 71 54 Vine Grove St. Xavier Fern Creek Shawnee Atherton Flaget Eastern Manual Male .. Southern Flaget Fern Creek St. Xavier Eastern If-Town ,. Southern ,. Male DISTRICT CHAMPIONS FOR: 1951- 1952 and 1952 -1955 Page Ninely-four 63 40 72 42 61 55 65 51 40 53 50 66 62 64 58 68 44 59 X , 1? 43 ff I J L In fl Cf' ! 'Qs v 'AFA' U 'ga A711 z x, ar Ya 1, 'x Aff , ,gl if 3? f, 'I is? df f "? , it W a X . X V. QR .zz ' 1 in .1 1.4 VX 5? 1 .1 , .Lf 12? :ga 1 I:-It ' Q LA' 'nv-1 u'i'Q ll V F143 .W P ee Ninety-fire W J B 'f 35 If v 4 s ...O-' 5 N 3 -, P! The Vikings of Valley High opened their season by downing a helpless Ma- sonic Home five 75-65. The opening game of the Vikings showed ragged play and poor passing. Truman Lawrence tallied 27 and jerry Nichols 14. Competition was somewhat greater as the Viking squad met Vine Grove at their stomping grounds and turned in a second victory of 47-40. Buddy Bunch, with 12, turned in an excellent passing game to add the deciding factor to our victory. Truman Lawrence and Bobby Kimmel turned in 10 each. The Vikings next downed Fern Creek by 30 points and ran them off the floor by an aggressive five who were determined to settle accounts for the close shave they gave them the preceeding year. Bobby Kimmel and Truman Lawrence re- bounded the Vikings to this victory. jerry Nichols poured in 17 points to take top honors in the scoring field. Buddy Bunch and Bobby Kimmel added 14 and 12 respectively. The next strong foe to feel the bite of the Vikings was Atherton. The Vikings erupted on the floor as an underdog and gained their fourth victory. Lawrence and Kimmel were high with 17 and 11 points. Kimmel and Lawrence pushed the Vikings to victory as they downed Eastern 65-51 by tallying 18 and 13 points. Manual received the crack of the whip by taking a 47-40 defeat from a proud Viking five. ln this game Valley displayed its poorest ability of ball handling. lt was Kimmel and Lawrence with 14 and Nichols with 13 that kept the game in Valley's favor. Valley, in downing Southern 60-so, won another hard fought battle. Kimmel led the scoring with 19 points. Buddy Bunch followed with ll and jerry Nichols scored 9. Fern Creek returned and again felt defeat with a 74-62 score. Lawrence led with 20 points, Kimmel followed closely with 19 and Nichols claimed 15. The return bout with Eastern was mighty close. The Vikings triumphed with a 59-58 score. High point men were Lawrence 19, Nichols 17 and Bunch 9. Valley triumphed over E-Town by scoring 72 to their 68. Bobby Kimmel was the spark in this game with points totalling 21. jones and Nichols followed with 12 and 11. Final victory was tasted by the Vikings when they defeated Southern in a return engagement 71-44. This made a sixth county victory for the Valley boys. Scoring was well distributed as Buddy Bunch had 22, while Kimmel, Lawrence and Melton received ll each. . . . XVe don't talk about our seven losses. l ij afagxfffzl .gif . -1 7' . , 4, -. -f , .5, ?1 C71 I Q qvfepkf ly abt? ' ,gi s, ,x 'Q Q 'ii Cmn'lJfHarry Greschel 7 Q.,,4ndiK1f4l'! an ,J ,1 41" 16 .,, .H ,Q xv ff- --si X Puge Ninelyfse 'F' sn, .sf .N '.' j V Basketball Team - Coaches: "Red" Garrison, XX'ally Vfallheieer Page Ninety-eight Spring Track Team -- Coach: Harry Greschel Puge ,N'im'!y-:Jim 5 jackie Wilscvn J. C. Cantrell Atbletzr Director Q Betty jo Wcmfmsley bb -fs, Page One Hundred my If Q9 1952 On dred O Girl's Basketball and Hockey At Valley The Valley girls' basketball season progressed very well this year. Coach Mudge Charmoli had a big turnout, expecting great results. They opened their season with Mercy. The regulars on the team are: June McNutt, Shirley Baker, Joyce English, Joy Laing, Carol Buchold, Joanne Murphy, Betty Rixman, Shirley Seaton, Leah Carraco, Barbara Dunn, Barbara Miller, Freda Cain, Carol Wiser, and Phyllis Brooks. Coach Charmoli will lose most of the regu- lars, but she has a great deal to look forward to with a new, but determined bunch of girls for'1953 and 1954. The girl's hockey team of Valley had a rough season but the Vi-Queens expect to have a more experienced team next year, as none of the girls will graduate. Coach Charmoli has said that the girls played their best in the last two games. The girls had spring practice. The team included: June McNutt, JoAnn Murphy, Emaritta Hartlage, Mary Jane Portman, Ellen Layman, Carol Wiser, Freda Cain, Carlita Fletcher, Nannette Layman, Teddy Brooks, Jeannette Johnson, Doris Bowman, Virginia Stockdale, Janice Knott, Barbara Miller, Betty Tinsley, and Joyce English. Page One Hundred Two fi W! 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AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE CO., INC. 3966 Dixie Highway-AT. 811 1-8154 3 Miles soum or Louisville ON ouxis HIGHWAY 8. LAFAYEITE HOME APPLIANCES Cane Run Road FO' Re5e'VC"'o"5 9. auRGER's RESTAURANT Call FRanklin 9183 4218 Dixie HFQIIWOY, 5hiVeIY, KY- . 10. HANGER'S PHARMACY Serving from Shivelyl KY. 6:30 A.M.-10:00 P.M. f 2 W aj .. . I D 44115914042 . KX fj lncogvoraled STATIONERS ff ENGRAVERS if JEWELERS 4-18 WEST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE 2, KENTUCKY MANUFACTURERS OF CLASS RINGS.COMMENCEMENT lNVITATIONS,DlPLOMAS WEDDING INVlTATlONS,CALLING CARDS Page One Hundred Sixteen To The Faculty ond Students of Valley High School "Our Best Wishes" BANK OF ST. HELENS SHIVELY, KY. 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