Van Horn High School - Falcon Yearbook (Independence, MO)

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I, ,f fi Van Horn High School " M gjfffiif' Truman Road And Arlington f 7 4' 5' QAAX d,!,a. f ,fn 5,fL w l J, Kansas City, Missouri. Lux" FALCU 959 f ',,,,N9l Prelude Selecting school colors, deciding on an emblem. and writing the school song were the big events of 1955 when classes first began at Van Horn. 1955 has a special significance with this year because it started the first four year cycle and 1959 completes xr. The members of the present graduating class were all freshmen then, and were first entering a new phase of their life called high school. They helped select red and grey as the school colors and the Van Horn family coat of arms, as the senior class ring symbol. The freshman boys out for football did their share of pulling weeds and lifting rocks so football practice could begin. A few freshmen played in Van Horn's first spring play, "One Foot in Heaven." In 1956, these freshmen became sophomores and contributed a great deal to Van Horn's first variety show, VANTASIA, which has became an annual event at Van Horn. Two outstanding sopho- mores started their second year on the varsity basket- ball team, while other sophomores made their marks in track. Socially minded members of this second- year class entered the literary societies and others became members of the Spanish Club, Latin Club, Seamaids, and F.H.A. Moving up another year, these students became juniors. The junior year was perhaps filled with the most activity as it consisted of many different and unusual undertakings. The new juniors elected their own class officers, attended their first Prom, and enrolled in advanced math courses. A number of these delved into the journalism field while others learned how to "act well their parts" in dramatits. The journalism students put a new look on the PIONEER while the dramatics students shared in the production of a top-notch play "The People Versus Maxine Lowe." Several junior boys helped comprise the roster of a football team that took a respectable fifth place in the Inrerscholastic League. Last fall these students finally became seniors and in a few days will be graduated. ln their "last days" at Van Horn they parked in the parking lot and witnessed the conversion of their beloved Stu- dent Lounge into classrooms, As each senior leaves Van Horn and departs, each in his separate way, he takes with him many wonderful memories. Yes, these memories which cannot be bought or sold, but are worth as much as pure gold, are in- valuable to each and every student. Fifteen years from now one of these 1959 graduates who is taking his four kids and dog out for a stroll in the park will run into one of his former classmates and they will reminisce about the unforgettable first four years' cycle at Van Horn and will think how this four year period and events within it formed a pattern or de- sign which influenced their lives immensely. They will think how these four years were ex- actly like those mosaics hanging in the halls, and they will be exactly right because that is what it essentially was. All of these events, which formed these irreplacable memories, carved a beautiful mo- saic in the life of each graduate. That is why we have chosen mosaic art as an idea of this yearbook, because it best exemplifies the first four year cycle lived at Van Horn High School. mics. the 2d in eople elped :ok a 'agua :niors "last g lor Stu- eaves Iy, he ghr or 'e in- years aking c will 1 will years' : yearn mr de- 'e ex- , and at it xrmecl I mo- Iy we 'book, cycle I I ' . I , I Midwest Genealogy Center 3 0000 1 31591 25 1 3440 S. Lee's Summit Rd. Independence, M0 64055 ADMINISTRATION NIID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBFIAFIY I I II. I I - ll I II I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I J' ff nf 2615 ....':- .L f ,f if , S 4: 1: Yagi ' 75 5-lif 4 4, ., - , -aff-x -M ,,.-,'g2ina,f15.g5f f ,- 1' ,.,,f1-MLEQ , sg Y ' . ,. ' ..2 -JE JE-QL '35'nf!? f 1 '3" x' nie" H 1'-1 3.3: . ,'.g..g,ea-w.w, A S, , . ,M ff' ML "" Tffff.xfg'w'f's55!Qf. :" :A2a.s".1H1.l: L,. mg ' f , L .. S -EgqgggsfqpjibffgziFgrgegs W . .am an 1' ' , 6 1+ L f' z f ,jf , . 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Ron' Tun: Mrs. Daisy Farrell, Mrs. Valtla Runyon, Mrs, Lorraine Atltinson, Mrs. Zola Mitchell, Mrs. Mcrcia jackson, Mrs. Guile 0'Hara, Miss Lillian Larson, Mrs. Lela Braden, Mrs. Verna Riley, Mrs. Edith O'Dell, Mrs. Lillian Fuller. Row Three: Mr, Don Williams, 1 1 v r l Harold Freclcen, and David Sapp. MRS. EDNA VANCE Dielitian is SU 'X ffgfmf 'ii ' ' wif-A .W ' , 4 4 M Fi 3 ffl W 5 V Ei U D v F X 1 .ak , l r 2' -C7 . -e"'fT'l ,f. r Librarians are, lell to right: Mrs. Edna Rozier, head libmrirzfzq Miss Margaret Whireforrl, Mrs. Carolyn Crabb, Mrs. Eileen Marshall, Mrs. Sondra Strannigan, :mtl Miss Dnrlync La Grerc. We Find Your Books Students check out required reading before school. s Mm , 'Y ,Jw ' " . 4 - . - V' . A 4.1 ,' I 7 I ,f . 14 Mrs. Rozier leads an informative dis- cussion about the library. lo-L7 l. F1 Nflfg Erlul Vuratlt VIISS l Frst a .nd tr in chall MRS. is an e speech MYRC Englis the JEFF shop , more shop wood, eighth first lwgy lt, X 41' 'L vb. MISS WILLELLA CURNUTT is Van DAVID DEHARDT is an eighth Horns only Spanish teacher. She also grade mathematics teacher and con reaches English and sponsors "Los ducts a special boys' physical education -.,,.'.. Halconsj! the Spanish club. class. He is the head football coach ?- NEVIN WASSON teaches driver education. He is sponsor of the senior class and is in charge of the parking lor. E. C. FIELDS is an American history and American problems teacher. JOSEPH THOMPSON is an eighth grade arithmetic and general mathematics teacher. He is the sponsor of the Student Council. WALLACE FIKE conducts the band, iunior band, and orches- U2. He teaches first year music. H9 also co-sponsors the Stage Craft Club. SOLQMON F L O R F S teaches Engllih :intl refresher English. TM 1: his first year at Van H"YIl Tll EU IJ O R E FREIDFU. in- 'V' V 'C ' 'Y c o m m o n leamings SSI - - - Almost .:, :bv . fur JW 'Tiff .L nm. ..'. M.: 4 if sun., QT' - I xx X' WILLIAM RAGLE teaches boys' MR54.FRA1flCE5 P-ENNQE-R if ffl' physical education. He is coach of the American history anti citizenship in- varsity basketball team, MRS. MAUDE RODGERS teaches English composition and literature, and junior English, She also sponsors the Kapponian Literary Society. MRS. MARY ROITMAN is an eighth grade home-:making teach- er. MISS JANET SHEPHERD teaches girls' physical education. She is the sponsor of Sports Club. This is also her first year at Van Hom. MRS. CLEO SOAPES teaches homemaking and a d v a n c e cl foods. She is co-sponsor of the Future Homemakers of America. D. R, SMITH is Director of Publications and teaches sopho- more English. ALBERT STEWART a new in- structor at Van Horn, teaches chemistry. structor. This is her first year at VBR Horn. We're Noi Getting Rich if . 3 6 . 9 S ' ., -f r I. ,I ' .gggsvsee 1 ' ..... :FL "Ten ' 7 ' , ..f,'f:i.y,, A 3.4, ,lu W D ' T r sifiiiffislzf, UL' l 4 ' . l sif boys' varsity MRS. DEW this zenship teacher. ceiving MRS, eighth ical yea r M l S S world ceiving MRS MAN L l.1s5 ilmv s f,ili'xlf lk' yi- l f l ,. . .4 Wd' LESTER FIELDS teaches eighth grade MRS. LUCILE JENKINS, teaches att boys' physical education. He is the and is the sponsor of the Stagecraft varsity track coach. Club. But Think Of The Experience MRS. LENA TRUJILLO is a new art instructor at Van Horn this year. ROBERT CLOSSON is a citi- zenship and a world history teacher. He is also a T.V. re- ceiving teacher. MRS. ELLEN XVIELCH teaches Eighth and freshman girls' phy- ital education. This is her first Y921' at Van Hom, MISS ALICE VUHITF is il wotlrl history and psychology lracher. She is also a T.V. rc- ffl'-lng teacher. MRS GER.fXl.DINF XY'ORKf M-'lN iliretts tlu' xwrltl history kldtf "hui: .xlvgcntrs mi 'll-' ll" if 'VU llf-:11-- lx-1-r, l' 1 '!'f1'.L 'luis fit v 1 ffl'-.i mt-:tm t . .tt 1 I l'-'-I wiv.: !i.ifl.f: 4 iviifzviv ' 1 Nh- it ft. 1 t '-v - f-sms. -.:m,z:..- fi' 5 gif? W 1 1 V 7 Fo fw ' M. If aff. 3- ff 2-, ' A fi ve E6 xl SEM . .1 J! 1 i .4 yi' ? Q K 4 we 33? if 594 .4f" 'ES m X Z5 A publish- year as eventful ch held xis year, ionships n Horn, ,n Horn rolling" in the mer Van scry and pass ir :wssheer se is to :p them 's. john ear, EIIURS r ' lf" 2' h lt' '-' FLIRT AND WOLF: L C 5 l le Gray and Don Russell MOST BASHFUL: Lera Fern Davolt and Larry Keck BEST ACTRIESS AND ACTOR: Charlotte Hauptley and jerry Titus TYPICAL FALCONS: JoAnn Norman and Lynn Carlisle enior MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Carol Dumsky and Dale Cun- ningham MOST POPULAR: Eddy Jean Myers and Tom Black SOCI Jani mor MR. Mar. Leacu Ballot SOCIETY BELL AND LION: Janice Lingle and Roger Black- more rem MR. AND MISS FASHION: Marilyn Knapheide and Bill Leach BEST ATI-ILETES: Sandra Kay Cox and Phil Clemens I DONE MOST FOR VAN HORN: Sandra Brockus and jim Whipple MOST ARTISTIC. janet Pavola and jim Miller 4 JOLLY GOOD Boy AND ' GIRL: Lynette Peck and jim Kirkham l Our enior Year ls Over The prinicipal and vice-principal discuss the innovations of the educational system with two ranking seniors. Mr. Griffith and Mr. Heine are always willing to converse with education-minded students and are always open to reasonable ideas and sug- gestions. Perhaps they are discussing the student government in the cafeteria or maybe Mr. Griffith and Mr. Heine are "letting loose" with post-graduate admon- ition. BAIN, PEGGY BANNING, LYNNE WlLLYNEz VAN- TASIA, Pep Club, Girls' Intramurals, BARNES, JUDY: Student Council, All- City Student Council, Assistant School Treasurer, National Honor Society, Kappa. BAUER, JOHN BAXTER, SHARON BEAN, PEGGY JANE: National Honor Society, Snrdent Council, Athenian Vice- President, Thespians, Pioneer Staff, VAN- TASIA, Seamaids, Lancers, Pep Club, Intramurals. 9. ADKINS, CHESTER: Student Council, Thespians, Spring Play, VANTASIA, Football. ANDERSON, PATRICIA: Red Cross Representative, Pep Club. ARNOLD, DARRYL . 'W Graduation I., Here For U ..+,.J,,g usa Q -4' I Sw. BEARD, JAMES DALE: Student Council, Football, Track, Intramurals. BELL, DELOIS ALLENE: F.H,A., C.O.E., Girls' Choir. BENSON, GAIL: Student Council, Court- esy Committee, Girls' Choir, VANTASIA, Operetta, Pep Club, Intramurals. BLACK, JAMES THOMAS: National Honor Society, Student Council, Junior Class President, Sigma Tau, Spanish Club, All-Star Inter-Scholastic League Team, Football Captain, Track, BLACKMORE, ROGER MARLIN: National Honor Society, Senior Gift Com- mittee, Student Council, Sigma Tau Presi- dent and Secretary, Spanish Club Presi- dent, PIONEER Staff, FALCON Staff, Intramurals. BLY, MARGIE LORAINE: Girls' Choir, Pep Club. :ex 5 A Q ' " vii?-5 A' ' ,.::' , H.,,"5t , Pj 1 L 'N 3 BOGUE, MARILYN GRACE: Girls' Choir, C.O.E. BOONE, WANDA: Athenians, F.I-LA., junior Red Cross, C.O,E., Girls' C h oi r, VANTASIA. BRACKENBURY, ROBERT: S r u d e n t Council, C,O.E, BROCKUS, SANDRA KAY: Red Cross President, Courtesy Committee, junior Class Reporter. Kapponian President, American Legion Contest, Voice of De- mocracy Ctmtest, Thespians Treasurer, FALCON, Staff, PIONEER Staff, VAN- TASIA, Spring Play, Girls' Choir. BRONSON, FRANK: C.O,E, BUFORD, JEAN Gu. A The First Four ear Class Xl CLARK, GARY OTTO: Sigma Tau, PIONEER Staff, FALCON Staff, Basket- ball, Track, Cross-Country. CLARK, GENEVA MARIE: Spanish Club. CLARK, SHARON KAY: Latin Club, Health Center, FALCON Staff, VAN- TASIA, Intramurals. CLEMENS, JOHN PHILIP: Student Council Sergeant-at-Arms. junior Class Sergeant-at-Arms, Sigma Tau Chaplain, Basketball, Football, Track. CLOUSE, RICHARD D: National Hon- or Society, Intramurals. COATS, CAROL KAY BURTON, GLEN FRED: C.O.E. BUTKOVICH, JOHN CALLAWAY, ETHEL ELIZABETH: C. OE., Latin Club, Pep Club. CARLISLE, LYNN DAVID: Sigma Tau, Engineers, Football, Basketball, Track. CASE, LYDA LEE: National Honor Society, General Chairman of United Campaign, I Speak for Democracy Contest, Thala Phia Reporter, Thespians, Stagecraft Club Reporter, PIONEER Staff, FALCON Staff, VANTASIA, Pep Club Treasurer and Reporter. CHRISTOPHER, GEORGE EDWARD: Football. We iarted New Traditions COOK, JOE LARRY: National Honor Society, Red Cross, Sigma Tau, Engineers, Latin Club Vice-President, Football, Track. CORDELI., LARRY DONALD: National Honor Society, Student Council, Sigma Tau, Engineers, Basketball, Track, Foot- ball. COWAN, SHIRLEY ANN: F.H.A COX, SHIRLEY ILENE: Van Horn Courtesy Committee. COX, SONDRA KAY: Kapponian In- itiator, Girls' Choir, Lancer President, Pep Club, Sportsday, Intramural Pin and Let- ter. CROSS, CAROLYN KAY: National Honor Society, Student Council, Athenian Sergeant-at-Arms, Se-amaids, Lancers, Pep Club, Sportsday, Intramural Pin and Let- ter. ,-. Qs 'Y '11 ' 'VK i11m"fs,,J-9521 :fin --'I ff- if i rw,-.1 5, .- few, ,:--.A 1 :lr f . r tt. -...f 'Ds I, ,-H 'S-..,, CUNNINGHAM, DALE THOMAS: Na- tional Honor Society, Sigma Tau, PIO- NEER Staff, FALCON Staff, Concert Choir, Operetta. CUSTER, MARTHA JO: F.H.A. Re- porter, Girls' Choir, Pep Club. DANFORTH, DENISE ROSAMOND: National Honor Society, Student Council Treasurer, Kapponian lnter-Society Re- presentative, Art Club Vice-President, Concert Choir, VANTASIA, Pep Club. DANIELSON, SARA JANE: Pep Club. Girls' Choir, Student Council. DARLING, KAREN SUIY, Athenian In- itiattxr, Latin Club Reporter, VANTASIA, Seamaitls Pep Club, Lancers, Sportsday, DAVIS, ALKTA MAI? Latin Club, Lan- ers, Intramurals. Homecoming With Queen And Grad tars DUMSKY, CAROL ANN: N a t i o n a l Honor Society, 100 Girls' Club, Athenian Secretary and Treasurer, Senior Class Trea- surer, Finance Office, Health Center, Red Cross, Seamaids, Lancers Treasurer, Sports- day. DUNKERLEY, SHEILA: National Hon- or Society, Athenian Parl 'zznentnrian and Inter-Society Represcntsnvc, S c a rn a id s, Sportsday, Pep Clubg Lancers. EMERSON, CHARLES PATRICK: Con- Ce'I Cfhozr. 'N', JOE CHARLES: Concert 'craft Club, VANTASIA, i fy, Intramurals. -t-5Y', IOEEPH FRANKLIN: Concert Lumr. 'f!'tN'I'ASIA. EVANS, JERRILEE: Thespians, Girls' Choir, Athenians, L1-'in Club, Spring Play, VANTASIA, Red Cross. Courtesy Com- mittee, Pep Club. DAVIS, JOEL ANN: c.o.E., Pep ciub. DAVOLT, LETA FERN: National Hon- or Society, Athenian Archivist, Courtesy Committee, VANTASIA, F.H.A. Secretary, Pep Club. DEWEY, KENNETH WAYNE: Nation- al Honor Society, Sigma Tau Treasurer, Track, Cross-Country Captain, 2nd P1366 City Track Meet, Sth Place State Track Meet, Engineers. DRAGOO, PEGGY BETH: Thespians, Athenians, Latin Club- Treasurer, Girls' Choir, VANTASIA, Pep Club. DRESSER, DOLORES MAXINE: C.O.E., Girls' Choir. DUCKERING, LINDA ANN: Student Council, Thala Phia. Secretary, Latin Club Secretary, VANTASIA, Pep Club. 1s-ive! .,,-rg.. Pep Rally With Spirit and Victory I FAIN, JERRY EARRAND, ROBERT G: Student Coun- cil, Concert Choir, Latin Club Vice-Pres- iclent, Track, Football. FAULKNER, GLORIA JOYCE: Student Council, VANTASIA, FALCON Staff, PIONEER Staff. EIRKINS, BRIAN LEE: Sigma Tau Ar- chivist, PIONEER Staff, Engineers, Foot- ball, Basketball, Track, Cross-Country. FLOYD, VIRGINIA JOANN FOLEY, THOMAS CARL: Sigma Tau, Track, Basketball, Football. .-., 569 rd S-uv -r"? 'V 1? 'lv 5-.V 'Pe 4? if .. . I x A A ' ' 'J .ff 4 :. ' 7 if 43 :1 5' JE' P:7.' ,'Y'ifJ"l' , 'TN' 252' V' -, ' . il. - 5, ' -,gguffiii 521' 1,w'i3w,'.": fff '. -A fx-1 2: - . :ff ,- ffl It - ,.:..LJ I.: - re- 1 . - 5' L' fu.: .ig-, -1,-7 r' 51 F ' fi: -V. Y ' .- ' f-3' ?4" FORLOW, ROBERT BRUCE: Football Manager. FRANCES, SHARON GARRETT, TREVA GOWER, ROBERT LLOYD1 Engineers. GRAHAM, JAMES ALBERT: Student Council, Football, Track. GRAHAM, NORMA JEAN: Courtesy Committee, VANTASIA, l7.H,A., Rctl Cross, Lancers, Pep Club. Intramurals, Sponsday. SP They Kept Giving Us Intelligence Tests r-w , i .fx HENRY, JOYCE ELAINE: Latin Club President, Pep Club. I-IEPPLE, LINDA L.. National Honor Society, Athenian Vice-President and Treasurer, Girls' Choir, Pep Club, Lancer Secretary, Intramural Letter and Pin, HINTON, LARRY I-IOBBS, BILL DEAN: Student Council, Football. I-IORTON, CAROLYN SUE HOSKINS, BARBARA KAY: Student Council, Courtesy Committee, C.O.E., latin Club Vice-President. GRANT, CAROLYN ANN: Courtesy Committee, Thala Phia, VANTASIA, Pep Club. GRAY, LESLIE VIRGINIA: Thala Phia, Courtesy Committee, Scamaids, Thespians, VANTASIA, Cheerleader, Pep Club. GREGORY, JAN LEA: Concert Choir, VANTASIA. HALL, MARGARET ANN: F.H.A., Girls' Choir. HARDY, JANET MARIE: Red Cross, Athenian Initiator, Latin Club, Pep Club. I-IAUPTLEY, CHARLOTTE M A R I E: Student Council, Athenian President, Vicee President and Sergeant-at-Arms, Thespian Vice-President, Red Cross, Art Club, Stage Craft Club, VANTASIA, Spring Play, Sportsday, Intramural Letter. 'US hiv' ,1"'7 sc"!' w-an L, 't. .f K ,TY ome Teachers Jus! Never Learn HOWELL, ROBERT EDGAR: C.O.E., Track. HOYER, GARY GUY: Student Council, Concert Choir, Football, Basketball Track. ISENHOWER, JOYCE LEAH: Student Council, Courtesy Committee, Art Club, Stage Craft Club, VANTASIA, Pep Club JOHNSON, FRANCES JOHNSON, B. JANE: Recl Cross, Pep Club. JOHNSON, JUDITH JANE: Kapponian Parliamentarian, VANTASIA, Pep Club. in N vu, .,,.., Ex 3 5235! f H' 4, 12 -. jp' '34 if"'H 3 . f t lx 1-'ff'-F ,,,, ' w,..'5.aj?1 2: R -flfr' -'en' ,. ., . fifdffvfifl- TJ -' X2 3 Y Q" 1"' JOHNSON, ROBERT GLEN: Sturlent Council, Senior Class Sergeant-at-Arms, Junior Class Treasurer, Basketball, Foot- ball, Track. JOHNSON, VIRGINIA LFE: National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, Athenian Pnrliamcntnrian, Court- esy Committee, Finance Office, Pep Club, Spanish Club Treasurer antl Chaplain JOHNSTON, RICHARD LFE KACKLEY, CAROL ANN, 'l'lmln Phin Vice-Prcsitleut, Girls' Lluur, VANTASIA, Bcmtl Queen, Pep Club KECK, LARRY UT Ntltirnml Honor Socictv, linuineets KEMMERIER, LARRY RHSHARDZ Sm' tlcnt Clxumil, F-qtvtball, 1 In Physics Class We Studied Energy LAMB, EARL FLOYD: Red Cross, Foot- ball Manager. LARSON, JULIA LEE: National Honor Society, Athenian Archivist, Thespians, Girls' Choir, VANTASIA, Pep Club. LAYTON, PAULA JEANNE: Stage Craft Club, Concert Choir. LEACH, WILLIAM M.: Student Council Engineers, FALCON Staff. LEIGHTER, NANCY SUE: C.O.E., VAN- TASIA. LEWIS, NORMA JEAN: National Hon- or Society, Athenians, Latin Club Secre tary, Seamaids, Girls' Choir, Pep Club. s 71 KENDALI., WILLA LORRAINE: Stu- dent Council, Athenian Sergeant-at-Arms, F.H.A,, VANTASIA, Lancer Sergeant-ab Arms, Sportsday, Intramural Letter. KIRKI-IAM, JAMES H.: Senior Class Vice-President, Sigma Tau Vice-President, Engineers, PIONEER Staff, FALCON Staff, Football, Track, Basketball. KLAUS, JERRY WAYNE: Choir, Foot- ball, Track. KLUSKA, JOAN: Courtesy Committee, Pep Club. 1 KNAPHEIDE, MARILYN C A R O L E: Athenian Secretary and Historian, Student Council, Senior Gift Committee, Junior Class Secretary, Spanish Club, Pep Club. KREEGER, BARBARA JEAN: Thala. Phia, VANTASIA, Pep Club. mi Tx 9 vo R- Tf""' Mr. Coleman Found Out We Didn't Have Any LILES, WAYNE LINGLE, JANICE KAY: Student Coun- cil, Thala Phia, Courtesy Committee, Span- ish Club Secretary, VANTASIA, Attend- ant to Homecoming Queen, Cheerleader, Seamaids Vice-President, Lancers, Sports- day, Pep Club. LOCHMAN, WILLIAM CHARLES: Stu- dent Council, Thespians, Sigma Tau, Spring Play, VANTASIA, Football Man- ager. LOCKHART, MARY JOYCE: Athenian Chaplain and Vice-President, Courtesy Committee, Red Cross, Girls' Choir, VAN- TASIA, Pep Club. LONG, LOUISE LOULOS, TED: Basketball, Track. I , A , .f--. -415 91 "1-'- "fir naw .-, f Q 4 x 5 V th ,t if " f ' 1 . 1 1'-li ,141 ' J?- wq -I , -s , 5, 5 I I L3 'Qin Q--4. Q 0' i ka fitvk Tff, rl LOWDER, Jessrn LYDAY, LARRY MC LALLEN, LESTER LEE: C o n c e rr Choir. MC REYNOLDS, jAMES MANSELI., CAROL SUE Pep Lluls. MARTIN, I'lARBARA EI.IIlN. C.O.l'f., lied Cross if We Mastered The Hoola-Hoop OSBURN PENNY JUNE Athenians Girls Choir Stage Craft Club P r o m Magazine Reporter VANTASIA O'I'l'S JAMES THOMAS PARKES KENNETH H Band Orches PAVOLA JANET National Honor So ciety Thala Phia Treasurer Art Club, Stage Craft Club Latin Club FALCON Staff Pep Club President. PEARMAN PHILLIP SHERMAN: VAN4 TASIA Band Orchestra Modernet-tes Engineers. PECK LYNETTE IOYCE: National Honor Society Student Council Thala Phia President and Chaplain Thespians, Stage Craft Club, Art Club, I Speak for Democracy Contest, FALCON Staff, VAN- TASIA, Spring Play, Pep Club Secretary- Treasurer. 1, in 'hs' -' -iv? PEVE, DICK PHIPPS, CHARLES JAMES: National Honor Society, Sigma Tau, Band President, Orchestra President, Engineers, VANTAS- IA, Track, Basketball, Cross Country. PIERCE, JOANNE KATHERINE: Na- tional Honor Society, Athenian Treasurer, FALCON Staff, Seamaids, Latin Club Vice-President, Courtesy C o m m i r t e e, VANTASIA, Pep Club. PIPPENGER, MARCIA SUE: Student Council, Thala Phia, Courtesy Committee, VANTASIA, Pep Club, PITT, LINDA LOUISE: Spanish Club, Girls' Choir, Pep Club. QUAINTANCE, DARRELL After 4 Years OF Studying - - And Fun This year's Senior Gift Committee: Row One, Left to Right: Roger Blackmore, Eddy Jean Myers, Don Russell, Row Ttvo: Tom Black, Jim Kirkham, jerry Titus. 4 , '1 Qiefiipf, ..,r, I ui, ,., . , .I diff I -:ff ya. ,.., X RAGAN, RITA MARIE: Stage Craft Club, Pep Club. RATHBURN, JUDITH MAY: National Honor Society, Spanish Club President, Chaplain, and Sergeant-At-Arms, Courtesy Committee, junior Red Cross, Lancers, Sportsday. RAY, LORETTA REDFORD, CAROL: National Honor Society, Athenian Vice-President, Red Cross Committee, Intramural Letter, REIMAL, DON RIDDLE, BONNIE: Red Cross Commit- tee, Kappa, Courtesy Committee, F.H.A. Secretary and Reporter. it 1'7'1f'h,QQ5:, -gm. We Finally raduated RILEY, LINDA LEE, Thala Phia Re- porter, Student Council, Seamaitls, Cour- tesy Committee, PIONEER, VANTASIA, Pep Club, Cheerleader. RING, SANDRA KAY, Kapponian Treasurer, Thespians, Pep Club, Stage Craft Club. ROSE, MILTON ROZGAY, JOHN RUSSELL, DONALD, Senior Class Secretary, Sigma Tau Secretary, Senior Gift Committee, Basketball, Track, RUSSELL, GARY DONALD, Band, Or- chestra, All City Band and Orchestra. "X 'FT' i "Qf.'ifff I -1.541 ,. is" P' .i X-in -sv "f , "F, ...- sa 7' 10 QDQ Lf 'Cf ' ii X S I X df' 4 ,bw NJ X 4' ,I 'Ps SANFORD, PEGGY SUE, Spring Play, Kapponians, C.O.E. President, Thespians, Pep Club, F.H.A, Vice-President, National Honor Society, VANTASIA. SHALTON, LONNIE J., National Honor Society, Sigma. Tau, Engineers, Basketball Manager. SHEAFFER, NANCY LORENE, National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, Athenians, Spanish Club Chaplain, F.H,A Treasurer, Concert Choir, VAN- TASIA, Operetta, Intramurals. SHELDON, CAROLE ELAINE, Seamaicls, Pep Club, Girls' Choir, VANTASIA, Sportsday, Intramurals. SHRIVER, BARBARA JOYCE, Pep Club, Rell Cross, C.O.E, SIMMONS, BILLIE CARY, National I-Ionor Society, Studenr Council Repre- scntative, Athenian Patliamentarian, Girls' Choir, Sextet and Trio, FALCON, VAN- TASIA, Pep Club, Q EN? We Trudged Across The Platform p-X wut . tl. if '-.Q ' N . yr, 'ia Q J A S , MX in j ' l X , x 1 STEVENS, KAY, Student Council, Cour- tesy Committee, F.H.A., Pep Club, Intra- murals. STOCKTON, KATHRYN JEAN, Girls' Choir, VANTASIA, F.H.A, Pep Club. STOREY, ELIZABETH STUTZER, JOHN F., National Honor Society, Engineers. SUGG, THOMAS CAMPBELL, VAN- TASIA, Band,Orcl1estra, Basketball, Cross Country, Track. SULLIVAN, DIANA SUE, Thespians, Kapponian Sergeant-at-Arms, Girls' Choir, Girls' Quartet, VANTASIA, Spring Play, Cheetlcatler, Pep Club, Seamaitls Treas- urcr. N 'S SLAYTON, SANDRA RUTH, Student Council, Courtesy Committee, Athenian Vice-President and Inter-Society Represen- tative, Girls' Choir, Pep Club. SMITH, GARY LEROY, Senior Band, VANTASIA. SMOTHERS, ROBERT R, C.O.E., Track. SPENCE, LEHMAN, C.O.E., Track. STAMPFEL, LEONARD STEEPLE, JOHN WESLEY QC' -.. 1 .qt Q - Q- 'L' ff 7 ... Ng' V' Y? 'a SUMMERS, JIM To Receive A Blank Diploma SWANSON, FRANK, Student Council, Q- Q Qw C.O.E. TALLY, JAMES H, Thespians, Sigma Tau, VANTASIA, Spring Play, Football, Track. TANN, JAMES DALE, Engineers. TITUS, GERALD LEE, Thespian Presi- dent, Senior Class President, Sigam Tau Sergeant-at-arms and Parliamentarian, Spring Play, Football, VANTASIA. TOTTY, ROSALIE ANN, Athenians, Concert Choir, VANTASIA, Pep Club, Operetta. 'Uk 1 f " je , ,. i- , v 1 '- A . Xi ' 'f g i., . is Rx. 6 l . .1 ' E- .. N. A p f , A ggi J- ,gif 4' ae 11-.Q 'gl 1 1 0 ,. x. rv X.- X ,fl v, TOWSLEY, SHARON GAYLE, F.I-I.A., Pep Club, Intramurals. USNICK, MARION M., F.H.A., Red Cross, Pep Club. VAJDA, STEVE EDWARD, Spring Play. WAGNER, JO ELLEN XVAKEFIELD, GLENDA GAY, Girls' Choir. I ?t" NVARMINGTON, DFLURES ANN, Ii. H.A. Pep Flub. Goodbye Van Horn - - lis Been Great WOODELL, ROBERT EARL, National Honor Society, Engineers. WYATT, BILLIE ANN, National Honor Society, Thespians, Thala Phia Inter- Society Representative, VANTJ' SIA, Pep Club, Lancers, Seamaids, Rm' Cross, Intra- mural Letter and Pin. WYATT, JOHN EI1'J"'.XRD, Student Council, C,O.E. , ui, ,IOI-INNY WALTER, Band. YOUNG, CHARLES RICHARD, Con- cert Choir, Football. WELCI-I, LANEITA EARLINE, National Honor Society, Student Council Secretary, Thespians, Athenian President and Chap- lain, VANTASIA, Seamaids President, Pep Club. WESTON, BARRY O, Student Council Parliamenrarian, Orchestra, Band President and Secretary, Operetta, Spring Play, Football, Track. WHIPPLE, JAMES STANLEY, Student Council President, junior Class Vice-Presi- dent, Sigma Tau, Basketball Captain, Cross Country, Track, Football. WHITE, BEVERLY WI-IITTECK, MARY ELLEN, Athen- ians, Latin Club Secretary and .Reporter, C.O.E. Secretary, Pep Club. FISH, JANIS WILLIAMS, National Honor Society, Courtesy Committee, Ath- enian President, Treasurer, Chaplain, and Inter-Society Representative, VANTASIA, Seamaids, Student Council. enior Leaders In 1959 Falcon Class "Aw! Wlipe those tears from your eyes! lt's not the end of the world. Wfe know it's tough leaving Van Horn, but that's the way the hoop twirls. After all, you've been going here for four years." The seniors who compose the 1959 graduating class are the first students to go all the way through high school at Van Horn and just as they set such good standards for the oncoming students in high school, they will set them for their successors in life. Some will help send a rocket to the moon, others will take an active part in stopping cancer, and others will concoct ideas for better traffic systems. The time has come for these young men and women to take their places in an ever working and growing America, so "Bon Voyage" and may God be with you. Senior Class Officers, Sealed: Left la Right: Carol Dumsky, Trearurerf Jerry Titus, Preridenlg Don Russell, Secretary. Standing: Jim Kirkham, Vice-Preridenl. -X 1-, l I , st kr xl -1 .7 s 225 1, .,,, ,.k, xgaf' V ,, 1, 6 ,J .51 gg Q ak ,' X xl, ,4-., DEPHRTME Q Q' Q.. In lflflu 22"-. .3 "" S Members of the PIONEER staff are, Top Row, Left to Right: Mike Fischer, Rodger Coldsnow. Second' Raw: Sondra Hudson, H. M. Dodd, Kathy Hahn, Judy Stearns. Third Row: Bob Healy, Dick Grove, Carol Hughes, Pat Sterling, Sandra Hurst. Seated by Typewrilef: Linda Riley and Peggy Bean. Pioneer, Falcon Work Hand In Hand The center of publication at Van Horn is the newswriting class which is open only to juniors and seniors. Chief positions in newswriting are filled by these upperclass- men who learn about reporting, editing, writing copy, make-up, and layout as the newspapers are published. Mike Fischer, H. M. Dodd, Rodger Coldsnow, and Peggy Bean make last minute changes in copy before it goes to press. Dick Grove, Sandy Hurst, Kathy Hahn, Carol Hughes and Sondra Hudson, members of the PIONEER, seek out new and interesting stories. Judy Stearns, Linda Riley, Pat Sterling, and Bob Healy stand by for last minute typing and proofreading. it is Q EP: 'v W 15 X. X. - .1 i H r and and First Row: Lynette Peck, Layout Ea'itor,' Lyda Case, Clan Editor: Sandy Brockus, Burinetr Man- ager,' Shirley Maycock, Senior Layout Editor. Second Rout: Gloria Faulkner, Department Man- agerg Marilyn Middleton, Joanne Pierce, Organization Manageng Sharon Clark, Deparlment, Manager: janet Pavola, Edilor. Row Three: Bill Leach, Senior Layout Edilorj Roger Blackmore, Literary Edilarg Gary Clark, Spam Edilorj Dale Cunningham, Photographer. Representing our School Activities Bill Leach, Senior layout Manager, discusses senior section with janet Pavola, Editor. Selecting and identifying photographs, preparing layout mats, and writing copy were the main jobs of the yearbook staff, taught by D. R. Smith, publications teacher, in Room 207A. This is the place where the yearly FAL- CON takes flight every year. The FALCON is produced by a staff of fourteen pupils under the direction of Mr. Smith. P. Jones, typing teacher, handles the finances associated with the yearbook, Mr. Melvin Coleman, science teacher, is photography advisor, while Mrs. Lucile jenkins, art teacher completes the staff as the art supervisor of the book. This is the FALCON's fourth year at Van Horn. Sharon Clark and Gloria Faulkner, Department managers, plan layout for the music department Members of the FALCON staff attended a journalism conference at Kansas City University. while jim Kitkham, sports editor and Marilyn Middleton, organization manager, identify pictures for copy. J.-nvuasn. Finn V gg..- Yay -Q Q I' Q r Q v,-. 'T YJ: q 3 QV' la6'..,. , 3 ' 1 ,ig The Cf.O.E. elnss of 1958-SO started off with az "big bang" this year! There are 26 enrolled. The COF class is made up of students who attend school one-hzllf of each day and work on Ll supervised job the other half. This supervision is at co-operative effort of the employer and the school co- ordinator, Farrell Amos. The employer supervises the students work on the job daily, and the Co-ordinnror confers with the employer at least once each month, more often if necessary, ln this way the school, the student, and the business world are working together to develop ri bettentrnin- ed employee. Mr. Amos's C.O.E. students study before going ro various jobs. OFFICERS Left lo Righl: Peggy Sanford, Vlanda Boone Mary Whitteck, Peggy Bain, joel Ann Davis Barbara Hoskins, Robert Howell, Robert Brack- enbury. tudenls Meet Economic World Run Out I,t!1 In Rziylfl ljurlmiii Martin. Delores Dresser, l'v:LuL'N' lynn, Lliwl -'XUVI UMIN, lilllvl Cillaxmy, Muiilyri ljoirue Run fi- Mrnry XVl1itrL-tk, Dt-lius Hell, l5.nh.ir.i Nlivitrr lull: Niiiirrlueis lire-l Burroii. lleuuy miilortl. Whitt-l,i lioiiiie. lliirlmirii llosltim. llxirill .Xiuiilil l'r.nils llvoimiii V lfihn XY'y.ui, Mols llmxeli, l3r.inla Sxuiiisoii, lohiu 11 Brien. lloh Br.iolxt-iinuri Q if f fc Fi' .F S s -, ,Mk ' Y L N , X x ki gf I 3 qs' 9 -:Li J 4' s 'Y' J Z ,.,1i I I R2 i , , .,,...Qf,5 -'N' H ' Lg 'J xi' ,1, .- ,:V ' WV Y T ' 5 g' fwfr, Eli . , ' ' IQ: l,,'f":'A 9 2 S X A 1-if -'tfi - J ' irq -ei-eq , A . 'A 5 d",i'x, '.- .1 ll gy H .,4.lwp.-Z xx.,. '1- - 1 w ' Wl N - - -'N 1""f v 1 its-1 Q1 2 .1 x y .Q ,Z , fi A . , , 1 Q FN CP 5 I N U f K q I I 5 , .2 . .L , I, Q, 1 5 f 1 f ' 5- ff 3 f E ' 1.:f ' Q .,: ' 5 ,'A 5 2 K , qfgff -1-- Alf A 4, H F1 .. Q- Wg, Q . r X A , ' A I xx-' I R V 2 X vm " ' -fvy I . L.sjm,.fg,"L . .44 " , -- 5 S' ,wf -R5 ' , -- 4,', Q""'9 -7' EAA 'H " M ' KV ' 1' f F- L ' N3-.59'5P"x' f A- 'L J if A "Z, " ,, ' ' " gvf-1: ' ' ff' . A, i 4 Q, ..,,,,A,, , T Q-. pf i W 1 Y....., A , -QQ iff' 4'iEQf" W wifi' -Q" . il ' 4 , Q s A-A .J X. s? gg' f ' E4 A N wgqgflwv is I .' - 1 ' 7 X . , "' ggi? ' 'aw IQ 3 3 "' .gr P 1 - -443.1 Y Y 7:---fA ---- 1-,:..-...V-M ---'- ---- - ---A avfgg . fi. ' ' 'xr , 52 r 13 ' ' ' 1 t f 4 1 ,YI If t 1 , 7 , Q J fa v Y ZIV iiigefaf ' o . ,Z gf' 5 l - ,- ff: ,,, , y 5' - 7 ," ff" . f V1 Row One, Left la Right: Janice Short, Eleanor May, Sharon Austin, Carole Sheldon, Carole Letterman, Kattie Gallup, June Culbertson, Janet Brure, Frirzanna Milby, Karilyn Williamson, Carol Woods, Norma Wilson, Judy Bullard. Ron' Two: Kathy Reeder, Patty Irvin, Joan Burson, Mary Barson, Martha Taylor, Susie Largem, Sandra Slayron, Cheryl McKean, Gayle Weaverling, Sharon Walker, Jeanne Jackman, Judy Marquardt, Martha Custer, Velma Canterbury, Marilynne Starkey. Row Three: Melva Wyatt, Penny Osburn, Norma Simmons, Parry Jackson, Jerrilee Evans, Carol Nickles, Margie Bly, Linda Hepple, Peggy Archer, Margie Welsh, Norma Lewis, Terry Hill, Glenda Wakefield, Linda Pitt, Judy Custer. Ram' Four: Eddy Jean Meyers, Carol Kackley, Nancy Adlard, Julia Larson, Verna Carson, Kay Cox, Sharon Vogler, Joyce Lockhart, Barbara Meyer, Dixie Leighrer, Joan Smith, Carole Davis, Billie Simmons, Judy Fuhr, Janice Jones, Joyce Wagner, Sandra Srrauch. Girls Show Vocal Talent Joyce Lockhart, trearurerq Julie Larson, Jecrc1.fzrgv,' Billie Simmons. 1'ire-preriderzi: Eddy Jean Meyers. prcrirlerzz. Members from concert choir get in the swing of FANTASY IN SOUND with Calypso melodies. Trombone trio played a number entitlcil, "XVhirly Gig." Gary Russell, a band member, played a fast number on the drum. Dnlic Lira, "suing limi sxiilv, 'VUhen the Saints Gu Matclxinu ln," My A I Charles Phipps also entered the magical sounds with a clarinet solo, ,ut '-ff 4. ..-4, 4-.48-of "'i.g4,,,. K A LA- Q 3+ , . ?J 1 ,li v 1 x 'L T' .. , -, s. -J 'E' . P . 51 5 XA , Q 9-HK? 5 Q QI? 5 ,A ff 5 , GMA H:Z'gi,..1"""' 4-v Z 0,5 W E ,,.,.. , :...,. , ,, 2, ,M , , 1 ,i , , .,'iA?'. ar ' ? '1- U ! R55 F ,RSZL I ? f , , L A 1 I 4 ,f if N! M, 1 ,V . K . v if I u ,,t1, .w1l .,. A . 3 fb' 1 R in s ? g A ,AJ 1,4 . X 1 l" ' ' 1. -L, ,J Eb vf , fs P 5-we H193 X 4 4 'xi 3 I .u XNIEIL . N ff 'fii'i,.. , .immat- gf hogs' 'QQ 5 I , ! ,- 1,7 . 1- i .4 ,, xfbv V I- L 1 o. K M I 1 H ..,. ,f 1 f 2 f V 5 V 2 1 ,Q if Di nv ww A av ,.- Q fa' gp "" 1 ins? 4 : a,,,,..,-1455 ,X ., I" . '3' 'M -H11-5 ,iig- ,, .s .af ' fe. 1 fm..-x.. sw. . ,-v ,nf P 'EQ :F -1- 1 .V .ga-..4s-xaniflf X pa 5,1 .,, 1 --'Kr -JZ F.. . URGRIIZATIOIS tudent Council CIVIC COMMITTEE: Left lo Righl: Evelyn May, Nancy Steenrod, Ann Ragan, Charlotte Hauptley. SAFETY COMMITTEE: Left to Righl: Donna Gregory Sharyn Faulkner, Nancy Adlard. EXECUTIVE BOARD: Raw One, Left to Right: Laneita Welch, Jecretaryf Jim Whipple, preridentp Denise Danforth, treasurer. Row Tivo: Roger Blackmore, reporter: Barry Weston, pzzrliameniarianp Phil Clemens, rergeant-at-armJ,' Tom Black, ffice-prerident, H. M. Dodd, chaplain. "The next problem we have to deal with is that of Walking across the grass west of the building," says jim Whipple as the Student Council discusses another item on its agenda. Under the direction of E. C, Fields, social studies teacher, and joseph Thompson, mathematics teacher, the Student Council accomplished and completed various under- takings. FIRST SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL: Ron' One. Lefl to Righlx joseph XV. Thompson, Edwina Hibbs, Donna Gregory, Mary Bnrsun, Carole Mclnrurfl, Nancy Steenrud, C. Fields. Ron' Tim: Gail Benson, Denise Danforth. Laneita XY'eltli, Roger Bluckniure, Slmron Vihlker. Ron' Three: Murcia Pippenger, ,luyce Ist-nhowcr, Carole Smith, Sara ,lane Danielson, Sue Koch, Barbara llnslcins, Judy Barnes, Clmrlurle Hauptley. Km. Fumz' Sharyn Faulkner, Karin Burgess, Barry Wcstrmir, jim Wliiplble, H. M. Dodd, Tom Black, Ann Rzuzan, Beverly Cfarrilter, ,loytc Wagner, Sara Rogers. ls Essential To Our chool HOMECOMING COMMITTEE. Row One: Mary Barson, Carol Mclnrurff, Sandra Amermon. Ron' Tim: Sara Danielson, Carole Smith. STUDENT EXCHANGE COMMITTEE: Row One: Barbara Hoskins, Judy Barnes, Marcia Pippenger, Laneita Welch. Row Tn'o.' Barry Wesron, H. M. Dodd, Tom Black. RED CROSS COMMITTEE. Row Qne: Edwina Hibbs, Gail Benson, Sara Rogers. Rom Two: Sue Koch, Joyce Wagner, Beverly Carriker, Sharon Walker. The Student Council is the back bone of the school. Teachers and the 'administrarive staff cannot be expected to cope with all the problems and disadvantages which arise during the school year. Yes, our Student Council is certainly an asset to our school. '5- 5- SECOND SEMESTER: Ron' One: Mary Rozgay, Georgia Charles, Sally Morgan, Evelyn May, Barry Weston, Laneim Wclcli, jim Whililslc, Tonic Tally. Run' Tun' Ronald Scott, Donna Gregory, ,lucly Bnrncs, Barbara I-loslcins, Joyce XVilli.ims, Cfnrol Mclnrurff, ffurol Wfootls, Charlotte Ilnuprf lcy, Eilwina llihbs, Diane Cornwell, Sliamn XY".illccr. Nancy Siecnroil, Donna Pleacher Ron Three: Ann Raygun, ,lim Beard, Vivian lloward, Shuryn liuullcncr, Nancy Adlaril, Sharon Tully, Richard Crosby, Bill Lcnnh, Margaret Ilopkins, Iitl Buehlig, Murlulc W'elsli, Snnrly Phelps, Sara Dnniulsnn, Dennis Szcrbenz, and Joseph W. Thompson, one of the sponsors, .AA ,....., -....f......---...-V - Y ' ,,,,1 i,::-1-......, ' - . -----4 :fr--2 w-fv'w'-- L -W - w ,- Y H ,L,W ,,u x Marsha Marquardt, B-ream preridenrg Lynette Peck, A-team :ecrelary and lfearufefr Sharon Taylor, B-team secretary and zrearurerp janet Pavola, A-team pferident. The club is sponsored by Miss Helen Haize, girls physical education instructor. The girls sct an attractive precedent in dress as they sported red jackets and match- B'feam P6P Club members wofk on Pompfms' ing red skirts contrasted with white blouses. V. wlfq , 1-f-I A Pep Club members encourage the basketball team .1-.-' ... Athenians trive Hard Charlotte Hauptley Diane Foutch, and Peggy Bean give a skit entitled "Weather or Not." The Athenian Literary Society of Van Horn again had a busy and eventful year in literary work. They carried their colors green and white to their third literary night and were well rewarded for their efforts. The Athenians too had picture panels made this year. This society which is sponsored by Mr. , , , , 7 . d h Ah ' h Myron Beebe, also had Several social events' Refreshments are serve at t e tenian rus party v , Ron' One: Sandy Hurst, Charlotte Hauptley, Sandue Slayton, Diane Cornwell, joan Burson, Marilyn Knapheide, Leta Fern Davolt, Vicki jnwnrski. Ron' Two: Janet Har-ly, Barbara Tormena. Norma Simmons, Norma jean Lewis, Nancy Shmffer, Sandra Amermon, Diane- Foutch, Peggy Bean, Mr. Beehe, Spmzmf, Run' Three: Shiela Dunkcrley, Donna Hibli-r, Joanne Pierce, Peym' Dragon, Kathy Key, Julia Larson, Laneita Welcli, ,lanis Fish, Virginia julmnsnn. Run Fofn juan Smith, Linda Hepple, Karen Darling, XYlilla Kendall, Mary Camplstrll, -hare l.ockh.rrr, Carol Redford, Carolyn Cross, Billie Simmi1ns,Carnl Doughty. Beverly Norrhingtimn. l .A , Y I, ::,.,,:..,,:.-3,.:,,, -- . - .t j-.ff-.A-I-:..::-1:-,e,,::: W' TQ., ,gigzvgf--gear-: fr a y fe ,V .::,:r Q rf ' 1 , H is bb 1 ., '---- .. , ..i . , , . , . , - .. 4 , 'W- Kappas Hav Carole Davis. julie Choplin. June Culberson. and Sharon Auriu help dezorare for the lure:-Sxiery Dance. From an assortment of colleges. universities. and vocations came several Van Horn graduates as the Kapponian Literary Society had its annual reunion lasr summer. Every summer about a monrh before school stars. the Kappas have a reunion of all members, past and present. Another big irem on the Kappa calendar was a mid-year evenr which was a Qlristmas The Kappas are sponsored by Mrs. Maude Rodgers. e uccessful ear Refreshments are enioyed by Kappcnians ar their Christ- mas program. Rft. One LF: to Riff! Lip Blillflt Bcsnze R:ag.e. Czff NVQ-gs. N353 XY',.sL:1. I1e.j.:' Maj.. Heine: Mig: 5113 Gerber. E--s...u ,s R 1. T.. f'-its R -L: La: .. 5lcl::'.:ff. Danna Wag: fax: F.e.4s. :r.ar:: 3.,s:,:, rue. ef. bg.: la, l1a':e i:: Bag: K.:r.Qg': Yk':il.1.':1:.:. Dura ' .eiiai R ' Tfwf Dei.-: Dai: it -'- ' :tis Na :fa Rig 51:33 X'f1.I.:715 ' '. :::g.. S:.:.:. Ma'-.. ' T.: L,-.:::: 5. '-l.:- I. ' ' 3.3 Mer.: Rx. F..:.' ra. . ET.-l:l-:. Deng t-.. 1 . ,, D,-., E4 Yxgfte -x L- F . NU.- V, ---W C.. , P,---U X:-L .X fha -Y 11. 1 igma Tau-Service And Training Row One, Left to Right: Roger Blackmore, Louis Bartow, Lonnie Shalton, Bob Irwin, Bob Huffstutter, Iarry Dickson, Don Russell. Row Two: Richard Barnett, Sponrorg John Feeney, Tom Pickett, Lynn johnson, joe Larry Cook, Charles West, Tom Earp, John Fields. Row Three: Mike Fischer, Roger Coldsnow, jerry Titus, Tom Black, Dale Cunningham, jim Kirkham, Gib Twyman, Frazier Bronson, Raw Four: Louis Fries, H. M. Dodd, joe Campbell, Larry Mclinroe, Paul McClain, Karson Morrison, Bob Healy. "According to the calendar, gentlemen, we will have slam songs presented at the next meeting." A calendar of events was one of the many achievements made during the past year by the only masculine society at Van Horn. The society, which is as old as the school itself, get a precedent in Sigma Tau dress as they designated one day a week as "dress up day." On this day, each member wore a suit of some type with a tie being optional. Mr. Richard Barnett was again the sponsor, thus completing cr profitable four years at the helm of Sigma Tau. The name Sigma Tau contains the society's ideals - service and training. Thalas Perfect Literary Work Raw One: Lynette Peck, Judy Marquardt, Mary Bur- dick, Susanne Hawley, Carolyn Jones, LaNelle Burns, Margie Jackson, Carmen Foster, Billie Wyatt, Mrs. Hanley. Row Two: Jo Bransteirter, Marcia Pippenger, Carol Kackley, Barbara Kreeger, Janice Lingle, Jo Ann Norman, Janice Jones, Patty Lee, Carolyn Grant. Ron' Three: Linda Duckering, Barbara Lentell, Carla Maness, Eddy Jean Myers, Linda Riley, Sally Morgan, Gerogia Charles, Sue Koch, Karen Hersh, Leslie Gray. Rauf Four: Elaine Burns, Janet Pavola, Jackie DeMoss, Sharon Tally, Margaret Hopkins, Evelyn Weston, Marietta Wilson, Marilyn Kilpatrick, Lyda Case, Donna Myers, Diane Whiuner. A skit presented by Marilyn Kilpatrick was enjoyed by Thalas at their rush party. The Thala Phia literary society, one of the three original societies at Van Horn, under the di- rection of Mrs. Barbara Hanely, inaugurated a new mode of perfecting their literary work. One girl is put in charge of each contest catagory and she checks the work of each girl who submits an entry in her designated category. She examines spelling, grammar, and originality in the written work and tact. clearness, and emphasis in the oral tlivision, This thecker is also responsible for making sure all entries Thalas gather around the refreshment rahle nt their Christmas party. strc on time and typed in triplicate. The Tlizxlas ngxtin had plaques irrttlt' coiimining l mth Liirfs pitztirt 1 These Fficers Lead ocielies va ATIIENIAN Rm Omg Lal! In Rlghl: Sheila Dunkerley, izzfcr-merely 1-efwernzzrzlziw l, Marilyn Knapheide, Jecrefary lg Lcru Fern Dnuilr, lmlffmru lg Peggy Bean rife-preriderzl 2. Ruiz' Tun: Norma Lt-u1S,,ierretary Z, Sandy Amermon, chaplain 23 Linda Hcpplc, ,rergcauleui-arm: 2, Janis Fish, prerideul lg Lancita Wclcli, 111:01-mriery reprerenlalive 2, janet Hardy, ifzzlialor l. Rm: Three: Virginia johnson, lfedlldfer' 2, Carol Dumsky, ncamrer 1, preridenl 25 Kathy Key, rhaplam lg Willa Kendall, Jergeanzeatfarmr lg Joyce Lockhart, rice-prerizlerzz 1, Mary Campbell, hirlorian 2. KAPPONIAN, Row One, Left zo Right: Diana Iclleman, archivirt 1, Edwina Hibbs, archivirt 2, Denise Danforth, infer-.variety repferentative 1, preridenr Zg Judy Johnson, parliamenmrian 1 and 2, Sandra Ring, treasurer 1 and 2. Row Two: Kay Cox, iniliator 1, Jergeanl-al-arms 2, Sandy Brockus, prexidem 2, Shirley Maycock, .recretary 1, vice- prerident 2g Diana Sullivan, .tergeanl-al-army 1, inler- .rociely reprerenlalive 2, Marilyn Middleton, vice-preridenl 1, .recrelary 2. SIGMA TAU. Row One, Left to Right: Jim Kirkham, wire-president 1 and 2, Don Russell, .recrelary 1, Roger Blackmore, preridenl 1 and 25 Louis Bartow, .fzrchivirl 2, Robert Huffsrurter, .recrefary 2. Row Two: Tom Black, public relaiionr lg Tom Earp, direclor of the public re- latiom 2 and .rergeant-at-arm: lg John Fields, nearurer 2, Louis Freeze, .rergeanz-al-arm: 2, Kenneth Dewey, parliaa menlarian 2. THALA PHIA. Row One, Left la Right: Billie Wyatt, inter-society reprerenlaliue l and 25 Lynette Peck, pferi- denl 1 and 2, Mary Burdick, rergeanl-al-arms 1 and 2. Row Two: Linda Duckering, rerrelary 1, Carol Kackley, vire- prerident 1, Jo Ann Norman, fire-preridenl 2, Patty Lee, chaplain 1 and 2. Ron' Three: Lyda Case, purliamentarian 2, janet Pavola, lrearurer 1 and Z, Evelyn Weston, hislofa inn 2, Sally Morgan, Jenefary 2, Linda Riley, reporzer lg Sharon Tally, reporlef 2. F.H.A. Looks Toward New Horizons Donna Wade, president: Leta Dzlvolt, wire-prcJidenl,' F.H.A. girls and their mothers enjoy a Christmas tea Bonnie Riddle, Jecrerargg Sara jo Rogers, treamrcrp Patty jackson, hittarimzp Martha Custer, feporierg Beverly North- ington, parliamenlariam' Nancy Sheaffer, Jong leader. In order that the future "hubby" can have a well-prepared and nourishing meal when he comes home from work, several girls joined and are active .members of an or- ganization known as the Future Homemakers of America. The F.H.A. girls learn to develop homemaking skills and a sense of responsibility under thendirection of Mrs. Cleo Soapes and Mrs. Hazel Hopkins, their sponsors. Row One, Lefz to Right: Sara Rogers, Diane Cornwell, Patty Iackson, Linda Borland, Lynn Reeder, Bonnie Riddle, farul liinn. Ruiz' Tun' Mrs. Soapes, Delores Tann, Martha Mnwry, Peggy Lcntz, Put Munson, Martliii luster. Donna Wfacle, Leta Fern Duvult, Sharon Lime. Ron Tlwt Alona Derr, Carol Doughty, Kathleen Alher. Debbie Wfhite, Laura Burner, Pat Moon, Dorothy Corbin, Naney Nitexxuintler, Gull l'i.iinsey, Twila 'l'murwinc. R011 Four, Becky Mays, Beverly Northingron, Pitt ll-tltmitn. llc-Iores Xlfarrnintrmti ,ludy Custer, Linda Miller Marion ljsnitk, Claris Biirthel, Dc-anim Aiitlerwii, Laurel Brixton, Nancy Sheaffer. tagecrafi Enioys Working 0 Scenery i W Row One, Lefl to Righl: Diana Idleman, lrefuuref, Karson Morrison, pnfliamenlarian and .refgearzl-at-armr, Sandra Ring, recretafy. Row Two: Pat Whetstone, vice-preridenl, Julie Choplin, prerident. L A regular meeting of the Stagecraft Club is conducted by the president. "Make the sky a little bluer and move those trees to the right," are just two of the di- rections that might be heard as the Stagecraft Club worked on scenery for the next production. The "behind-the-scene-crew" is an essential part of the production just as the members of the cast are. The members of this club design, build, and paint scenery as ir is required during the school year for all plays, theatricals, assemblies and any other production that needs a colorful background. These artists are sponsored by Mrs, Lucile jenkins and Mr. Wallace Fike. 1 af'- Row One, Left to Righl: Penny Osburn, Rita Ragan, Dee Ann Klaus, Nancy McAdams, Eleanor May, Norma Wilson, Row Tun: Pat Whetstone, Ann Ragan, Sandie Gypins, Diane Whitmer, Judy Stearns, Sandra Ring, joy Njegovan, Diana Idleman. R0wTlafee.' jerry jones, Frazier Bronson, Karson Morrison, H. l-l. Dodd, Paul McClain, Roger Kennicutt, Douglas Walter, julie Choplin, Deanna Beals. , for" Thai The Falcons Might oar "' ,ae f " X Raw One, Left lo Righl: Marilynne Starkey, Beverly Pendergraft, Linda Pitt, Sandra Amermon, Ollivia Brooks, jean Church, Geneva Clark. Rout Two: Charles Hardy, Virginia johnson, Nancy Sheaffer, Bob Graham, Linda Miller, joan Smith. Raw Three: Judy Rathbun, Carol Doughty, Nancy Bay, Linda Cornwell, Barbara Bonville, Bob Rathbun. Planning a big fiesta and listening to people who have perfected the Spanish lang! uage occupied most of the time of the Spanish Club, Los Halcones, during the past year. The club which is sponsored by Miss Willella Curnutt, is composed of students who have a "yearning for learning" the culture and language of our Latin American neighbors. "Los Halconesj' which means the Falcons, soar into action on alternate Tues- days. Rau' One, Lefl In Right: Nancy Sheaffer, ffrrz zfice-pfeyia A regular meeting of the Spanish Club is attended by rienig Beverly Pendcrgraft, fcrrcltnt Virginia johnson. many members, prexidenz, Rau' T1lt'II.' Linda Miller, rnlir: Nancy Hay, Hean- uferg Bob Rathbun, zhrmf' 1'iw-pn-mlw1r.' Charles Hafslb recom! z'1ce-prctidenl: Carol Dmihulxtv, wfwflfff llllll' Rathbun, chaplain. eamaldsPerFect wlmmmg kills Lg Q Rigiv: N123 Ailzi, :E:g.2zm ief"15i -':"Le" 'km' 'FH5' skills i: ngzff bile: P Lee. g'fs.'i.55c:.' Diaz 11312. ref. Frm: M57 Bxizi-1. Sasiy jeffris. .'5'g::': Is it ,Tuies Vemfs trgttortii Nantilxs. c: is i: Ycaf Bear? So. E: S 1 5 cup of Ssa- maiis xtiillj-' making 1 new iesign iff ...: v-4.:.. B-, .2 LMA.. biillk tm: is whit they are :gpposed to be icing. Yes. Selitaiis 51 1 2:53 of ak., fo:::i in cis: tif' ihe members may .ievelcvp 1:i learn new wize: skilfsr Ties: "L"'15i-typ: 2:1121 sponsored by Mrs. Ellen Yfeich Atl! :ijrsi:'7 'i::QA: :fisher f ' ' H 11... :Y.. , wr.- Q., , . W- - .- - - , :ur 511: E-':if1 :.,..i Nl V N- V .uae "ef Cs- , V - H.. X I Red Cross Extends Help Q 3 RED CROSS OFFICERS: Left lo Righl: Judy Rathbun, Red Cross members worked hard to encourage the filling Jecrezafyf Kathy Key, reporferg Par Whetstone, 1fice-preJi- of Christmas srockin85 for VCISNHS- dentp Sharon Clark, pferidenz. Filling Christmas stockings, enrollment, and trying to acquaint students with first-aid courses have been the main functions of the Red Cross the past year. At Van Horn the organization is made up of a group of representatives chosen from each home- room. They meet at least twice a month under the sponsorship of Mrs. Helen Viles, commerce teacher. Every year at Christmas time, the Red Cross distributes stockings to each home- room for them to fill with such things as cigarettes, candy, and playing cards. Then the Red Cross members take these filled stockings to the various area Veterans hospitals. Yes, the Red Cross is truly the heart of the school. Row One, Left to Right: Mrs. Helen Viles, Beverly Pendergraft, Bonnie Riddle, Phyllis Richard- son, Judy Kackley, Joan Moore, Margie Jackson, Donna Gregory, Donna Clasby. Row Two: Diane Cornwell, Janet Hardy, Sharon Clark, Terry Hill, Margaret Nystrom, Kathy Key, Mary Hall, Betty Farmer, Pat Hudgens, Margie Welsh. Ron' Three: Jean Church, Sharyn Faulkner, Elaine Bums, Judy Rathbun, Julie Choplin, Joyce Lockhart, Joe Larry Cook, Pat Whetstoiie, Barbara Botiville, Marilyn Kilpatrick, Linda Baker. Pass The Bend-Aids Row One: Denise Danforth, Leia Fern Davolr, Dorothy Hall. Ron' Two: Miss Dcaring, Margaret Poindexter, Elaine Henry, Sharon Clark, Dorothy Hauptley. May We Help You. . . . lima' Ove: Sanllm Armrrnurr, ln Bcnnn-rr, Shurlm fiux, Lam Fern Daxvolr, Margaret Collins, lm' Njcgrwan, ,loan Cimhnm. ,hun Klusku. linnnic llnlillc, Run' Tun Mrs. llopkins, Diana llllcman, Marilyn lfurrncr, Vlnrxnnn Pxcrrcg l.L-sin Cirnv. Slmmn lJ.ilrncr. Alanis Fxeh, l'r,m'n Xlilxrmii. Clgmlyn Gram, Fur Broun. Run fbrrz' l.in.lr1 Rilcy, lluvcrly Nnrrhlngrrmn, Szxnrly Nruuclx, Qlulrc Clwnpllri, Nlury ffumphcll, lfvclxn We-srrmvur Nun' Rwvgrly. Slmron Tally, lurly Rnrhlxnn, Sue Srrihllnu. Srilly Morgan. SPORTS F ov' H' NANCY ADLARD f I I , i 0 5 A I , 'E 'l CARMEN FOSTER 12 i fm. ' T37 I v JOANN NORMAN ' 1 1 qi IANICE LINGLE ' an! 411 y ga JUDY MARQUARDT 1 b .. 3, . .1 The Falcon football team of 1953 were, fron! voir. lei! la right: joe Cook, Bob Farrand, Titus, Lynn Carisle, Dick Peve, Gary Hoyer, Iim Whipple, Tom Black, Chester Adkins, johnson, Middle faux' Charles Young, Larry Lytlay, Larry Cordell, Craig McSparren, Barry on, jim Kirkham, jim Graham, Brian Firkins, Coach David DeHardt. Barb mir: Tom john Christian, Larry Kemmcrer, john Blankenship, Phil Clemens, lim Beard, jerry Klaus, Bob White, The Falcons finished the season with 3 Wins and 5 losses. VH W 20 L 6 L 6 L 0 HARRY CLOVERDYKE lcd the Killers", Van Horn's secontl team, to 1 uuccessful season on the gridiron this -'mon Mr. Cloverclyke has led the Killers" for the past four years. '58' Season Record Jerry Glen West- Foley, OPP VH OPP Excelsior O L 6 East 12 St. joseph Central 13 L 14 Westport 42 Central 25 W 5 5 Manual 7 Southeast 40 L 0 Southwest 19 W 26 Lincoln 13 COACH DAVID DEHARDT has been Falcon head mentor for the last four years. During these last four years he has cultivzitctl many fine gtidsters antl has instilled in the mintls uf many boys the true meaning of clean sportsman- ship. JOHN NC ARTHUR introduced organized football to all freshman boys interested in "clashing," He was also line coach for the entire roster. Venn, ' v"f"'- if 'ffizfgnix J, W ? J- ' ' "W" 'WU JOE COOK, Senior back, CRAIG MC SPARREN, RONALD SNOW, Soph- BOB WHITE, junior l year reserve letterman. Junior end, 1 year letter- omore tackle, 1 year guard, 1 year letterman man. letterman. Fans Look To N JOHN BLANKFNSHIP, Senior tackle, 1 year let- STEVE terman. tackle. 4 , 5-.4 W :rm J! :Ji - . rlet ' t al s fill. a'-I 5K.fx5 sMn'H, te- l r Q 'Q 'A junior II ' 1.5.1 ext ear Another Falcon gang tackle in the making as Tom Black and Gary I-Ioyer start the pile on Albert Miller's back. Van Horn dropped to East, 12 - 6. Glen johnson, Senior quarterback, breaks up a Sr. joseph Central attempted pass. jim Kirkham, Senior guard, rushes on to assist Glen. St. joseph defeated the Falcons in the second half, 15 -6, Va XY' L L W W n Horn Opponent 31 Northeast O 7 Central 12 6 Southwest 27 14 Wlyandotte 18 21 East O WGHem' The "Killers," known this year as the "Bees," had a very fine year of Hgridironingf' winning seven and losing three. The team was composed of juniors and sophomores, juniors accounting for the most positions. The purpose of having a second team is to develop players who are not yet of the caliber for varsity participation or have not had adequate ex- perience to compete with' the more experienced players of opponents respective varsities. The game is the same, the equipment the same, and the play is just as rough as the first team. The only difference is that competition is not as stiff for the "Bees" Van Horn W 2 7 Wlestport KV l Z Dru mm Farm W Z5 Manual L 15 South west W 14 Lincoln In New Roh The junior Falcs accumulated their biggest pile of points against the Northeast second team, pul- verizing them by a score of 31 to O. The team played their games afternoons on either the practice field at Van Horn or the practice field of their opponents. Nineteen of the "Bees" lettered. They are Ed Boles, Ray Boles, Joe Campbell, Tom Earp, John Feeney, John Fields, Norman Faustlin, Mike Fischer, Richard Grove, Fred Howland, Larry Kruse, Larry McEnroe, Dick Scott, john Temple, Charles Whip- ple, Charles West, Dylse Gibson, Rex Hawley, and Mike Terry. JERRY BEARD WESLEY BOLYARD junior tackle Sophomore back RAY Junior tackle junior tackle Letterman L BOLES ED BOLES ellefmdn RONALD BURGESS JOE CAIXIPBELL RICHARD CANIPBELL TOISI EARP S0Phomore tackle Sophomore guard Sophomore back junior back Lellermafz Letlermrm Opponent , , ..... , Ji -1, R rv A.- r" , . I . P 1 W.. ry. l 1 A E? .vl': -.. -1 'Q v,,. l . . CHART-F5 WHIPPLE JACK YANCY GEORGE WHITFSIDE Junior back Junior CCFHEF Freshman Guard. I-effefffldfl Lellerman 175: ng: Jr?" "3 ? " '? ' 'T'R?Q'5TP'2"'4?Qes2f f'1Lj.Qf"jij'i'f 'I . ' , l Q ,' ,- F lg, ., 0'1 " 'V' W, JPL. - K ,gag wif ' W' ,A ., 'AV' J' " 'Min' r '. . 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"k,fi1lQ-f-g.'4fi?'-.g,7--Y1Qff5j'Q31?1Q' '-X,!fg"1'.s+5L-jg.-,':-jrgfi.-:rggmili'-,,',g...g': Ti -1 .4 ' .-fi 'T' ffffscfzfke.-,K,-""E.aA??fs:,'i-L4...'3.s'1.L,-ia ' ' l "3 Vam Hmm! smrtxny llncup as Slumn .xlwvc .irc 1011, fel! lf' wqlll Dirk Pcvc, :amor bLzlIf'n1fl,- Phil Clcrncns, rwlzm' l1fl!lmll',' Lynn Carlisle. lwzmv' fff1lf7f.'1fi,' Twp lmrll' Glam Uluhmfm, feninr rfznzrfl-r'f1ful'.' Tum Blank, wufw' frfzrw. The FAIL linc ure' lirinn liirlcins, fwffur wnfg -lim Ecard, .vufzmr Lflllv' -lim Kirk- lmm, renifn :51mr'.'l,' Turn Blmlx. .vfllily rwffurg Gary lluycx. vuzmr' Almrll, K,.l1.1rles Yuung, wnzur Iarila. jim Vflupplu, ,rwziffr nuff, .L V 4 J N Coach Bill Ragle, basketball coach for the past four years, taught the Falcons the true meaning of sportsmanship. 'mv--.ni Q V xPhil Clemens rips I off ,for 'Van Hom 'Qg5i115f'.., VY Paseo. The Piraresfwglkecl 'rhe' -Plank' af 'bs ' 7 'hands of rhehor Falcs, 45-5 1 Coach Harry, Cloveniyk again developed the un men and his B-team imo material, E rlCr.f, fr'-'fl s., ..,.-- Tommy Arlund, Lonnie Shalron, and john Feeney were basketball student managers. . ,-.... , ,... ..,. ,- ..,.... .. ..... -M . .,.v ..a.. Y ....,.. .-,-...... -..........................., ....... ,,,,.,,,A MM, F- wkjub- ,. The freshman team developed new cage tactics in their first year of organized basketball The boys in the front row reinforced the B squad in the heat of the battle and proved an asset to the d team ur- ing the 'long season. Kneeling, left to right: Algan George, Tom Lovelace Todd Harber Fred Coates, john McDonald, Steve Phipps, Gerald johnson, Hans Small. Back Row: David McEnroe, Wayne Brensen, Fred Fry, Robert Chaplin, Bob Clark, Eugene Kauffmann, Daniel Clemens, James Davolt, Ronnie Simms, Robert Foley. Future Cage fars Show Talent Steve Phipps. Fred Coates, and John McDonald Down comes another loose ball in the Lincoln game turn up to gain possession of a rebound against the Many hands are preoa ' k f h b 1 Manual Redbirds. The Falcs lost 34-31. A rmq or I e Hue to come vu On the Falcon varsity cross-country team were Frqnf Rong Left to Right: Tommy Lovelace, Richard Farrand, H. M. Dodd, Charles Phipps, Kenneth Dewey. Bark Roux' Pete Comstock, Earl Shine- man, Jim Tally, Tommy Hertzog, Falcs Lead To Wire Kenneth Dewey sparked this years trom- country team by leadmg them tn the wire in many contests. Kenneth took sc-tnnd in the city and tlistricr meets. Hu nlw plncctl ftftlr rn the stutc meat ut jefferson City. Lester Fields, head track Coach, tleveltwptml it spirited :mtl winning' f,ruSs-uruntty team thu year. -1- zu lx L. ,H ,Y' , - Timing and a good start are the two fundamentals which made the Falcons have a successful year in the relay run. Here Virgil Trourwine passed ro H. M. Dodd on the gallop. Spirit and enthusiasm are two promising factors in the Falcons indoor track chases this year. Here the boys are awaiting :heir chance to run a 300 yard dash. Ken- neth Dewey is leading off. "A good start is a necessity in the dashes said Coach Lester Fields. Here Coach Fields is working in the gym with a fevs of the dashing speedsters. Indoor T P96 K ,X XX ' J' if ag? if fu 5 . '. fx?" J 1 3 f 3 'med A, V K ,A " ,? 4, iq, . K W , , , 1. 4 r , . .3 . wx ff- ' If 'Y af?-A A I . ,-, af ,, . -n m J, if 1 K aa, " s . , , 4' .. N V " , . ., JM -.. A A 5 - N X lf. 1 -2 Y. E, .Q Q X v Q51 Q X x . Y .9 , P. , . f. . 1 - 1 1 f f " ' Q 4 X ' .' X' 5. -. nw f nf.. b 'J A 'Y 3 J JI aj jmyxiwif- Q13 L. Q16 ,A C, 44 JY!! 5 .pi-' iii? 1 Q KYATVSY .xi ! V1 mx Us x v I ' ,- -0,7 ., I N . ,- ft , N 9 i.z. A K m ff- , , 6 , , P ' K x 4 'mi'1"x,v"' gs 4 5 sf Q' Q , 'SM fg'VF"'v. xg ' " 4 , . ...A 1-8 -,Q-A in l 'E 9 J' 'if' 1, :gpg W" -1 , - M' . " ' 1 l , , K vs nfl! y a 1 .A Cl o L xx .Mau thu l'.1lL up me lu uc Indie V, . , xmat e. A" c9"'f9m 3' IM! f gg. e4x.9n'1 b ' wwf t'bV shea jhefi ' Fatetideieswl Manual 61-'49- -' NBS WON 45'l5 ended over- Q 5 -I- ah: 715. s fi I. ., -, J I- - - --i--- if -.- -. es, We've Got That pirii! MARY ANN BURDICK 1 year B team. MARLENA JONES, 1 1 year B team. PA'I'1'Y LEE, 1 year B team. CARMEN FOSTER, 1 year B team, N A N C Y ADLARD, I year B team. SANDY JEFFRIES, I year B team-. 6 t ! I l . Pep Club lx upports Team E E m l l I A tense moment in the game is wzrchf. by Pep Club members. l l 1 i l l I . 5 r 1 1 Students enjoy themselves at a dance sponsored by the Van Hom Pep Club. The Pep Club assembly is an incentive for Falcs to beat Northeast. R Cmssnfu .9251 wif. "Eu 'in Y Juniors trive For uccess junior Class Officers. Sealed: Richard Grove, Senetary Charles XY'hipple, Pre,rirlent,' Tom Earp, Vice-Pfrefident. Stnmlivzgs Roger Coldsnow, 'l'fca.r1m'r: H. M, Dodd, Re- porlerg Bob Healy, Sergeant-ai-Armf, g - A -W ff '-,, .WN - . 5 ' ...Q Www--,gi 'QQ A mir A. , .. W , ""-v -W , ' - ,N ff 1-.......... . ..,-I if During The Past Nancy Adlard Terry Agee Kathleen Alber. joy Allen BQI' A, I ' A 5,-XA Sandra Amermon Q' K LJ Deanna Anderson 6 v ' Peggy Archer in I ,Q B' 1 Floyd Bailey .2 " ' -QA I X, .I ' U gf , 4 3 aff lwff aff? , 3 Suellen Balch - Karen Ballard 'A 6- 9 V C 1 Claris Barrhel ' i, B 0 J f Mg Louis Barrow - , , J ' I -if Mary Baxter L ' Q, g, s -." Nancy Bay 4,11 "Y V b ' X gl' David Beckham 41 ' 9' A 1 Linda Beckham , W ' x '- ' MQ' A !g,'gwj ,Q Raellcn Bccm ' Anna Bellmycr 6' sv Wanda Bemboom , 1: " john Blankenship " - -.. if 7 BQ. X i, 1 L ., fAu'-Kill! ffl f -v P, ' hx tf,v1.:." l Jw ,fl 1 l f -. -r r- . .,,,' Charles Bodenhamer ,lcrry Boharr Ed Bolcs Ray Boles We Cheered Our Teams Aida Bolling Don Bottom jo Bransteirtcr -Inmus Brecdcn Williaiin Brcsliears Frazier Bronson Pat Brown Mary Ann Burdick Karin Burgesss Elaine Burns ,Ioan Burson Joe Cambell X Nilm X Q . + fa . i ' all 5"ixr,'b-. M ,C 0, il ff' -f xi .. A .-fa S ,ir 'I li.- ,I i fmgy A 2 X A vi s. Yr of A' q1 I It ,. 1 If - A 1. ' il.,-E i 1' K FQ 6 , Q' " nnni -,Vi A1 Velma Canterbury Carolyn Cantrell Verna Carson Patricia Cholak -lulie Choplin John Christian jenn Church Roger Coldsnow xlamcs Colovin ,Incl Constable Ronald Crow Carole Davis 4. Whether They Won Or Lost Cliarles Davis Stephen Deason H. M. Dorlrl Tom Earp Jim Fuin Gayle Farmer John Feeney Lois Fellers john Fields Mike Fischer ,Mary Ann Forbes Jim Ford ?2pfhd0yggEbl QF 1 F' f f 1 . 9. Q. .g s x- .. , m -, V 4 1. w 1 v 8' . 0 lv! I f .ara .M A , 4,5 x B g VV 'fi 1' lov' , X i',.,.. -xg Q -'Sf' Carmen Fosrer Diane Fourcli David Francis Tommy Frank Louis Fries Mary Alice Frizell jack Gunn Carol Callus Lclrlie Cjnres Kathy Halm Dorothy Hall Ianni ll.lH117Mrllil Chemistry, English, And Math 1 -. Stephen Harclerode , Carol Harrington 1 le Dorothy Hauprley , g 'E 'ai n , A ' - Marilyn Hazelbakcr " M Q .-,Q r 'aj Bob Healy Kay Henderson Q l Q Q' Robert Henderson i' V . A Virginia Henderson H. I , -f JA ,S -. P, 5 . " at A V 1 A Robert HeSC555 Karen Helms W ' Donna HFOU N, ,, Q ' A Shzxrel Hiivell i P 'f ' I l ' " I will 'L' . ? Pat Hoffman H Q ' a ' Joyce Howery .Wi Fred Howland '01 1 V Sondra Hudson V i b Y Robert Huffstutter Qi VZ.. Q 1 Carole Hughes VJ it Sandra Hurst ' " Linda Hunt ., s B-. . U 5 5 , Q ,gf 'F ' if Y x 15 ws. r ,B Diana Itlleman Bob Irwin Margie ,Ltcksoit Patricia -l.lCliSlJIl Provided Lots OF Homework Vickie jaworski Sandy Jeffries Lynn johnson Donna jones jzxnicc jones jerry Jones Marlena jones Margaret Karncr Roger Kennicutt jonnic Kerrich Kathy Key Larry Kruse 5 f. if Hd. xv ,UK . If 1 P 6 1 -L' if "' 1 r y v,,,.,1 5 'V If f .J ro W W 4 2,,-.,A...,, 'F 'IW vig .. Q 5 .. -f -is ' " .J 1' is Susie Largunt Patty Lac Dixie Lcighrcr Keith Iicsrcr Judy I.ctterm.m Charles Lewis Edna Lewis Wfesley Lewis midi t lxtnnuh Iutu I ml Mdlui L 3:1 i ome Of Us Had Fun Ixrry iYfLLIll'OL Krug, McSp1rrcn Carla Mnness james Mansell -is .Ti Judy Marquardt O George Marrinovich Eleanor May 1 3 QV Q 3 Dina Meng Q' sf 4' E f ' 1 Donna Myers Eugene Meyer N Bobbie Moore , A 1 Q 4 ' Charles Moore nfl' 5 ' J, 4 ' l 4 I H A, UQ. iarsofl Mhofrrison ,Q . V 'W L Q erriee oses lg , 'H' V Martha Mowry 5 H iw W , Patsy Mullins . ' . X Q' ' X ' . . YF' H 5 ' 1 4,' l Q T . ' A om Mullms Q Q , '15 -. ... x Carol Nickles 'X' f ' A f b ' joy Njegovnn ' ,f -V f" ' Q M Donna Noland ' . .flf -' ' v " x Larry Owings Sharon P.1lmer Beverly Pcmlergrafr Tom Pickett Participating In VANTASIA Margaret l-'ointlexter ' A Carolyn Pratt ' i ' Ann Ragen 1 V tl I ,V at Q Xi ' tt. K " Robert Rathbun i 'Q Phyllis Richardson K S Sara Rogers L V Mary Rozgay ? 6 Dixie Sanford ' A I Wanda Sauder LN . Bob Sawyers Richard Scott f Betty Sharp if Q-ft Q5 fag' ' Larry Shearer , W ' X ig, , Janis Shields 3 J ., 'Pi if 1 x in Joyce Shields T t 5.4 iii ' Charles Shubkagel X time Arm' ' ax S " W law ' , 01 , . ' 70? fflharlene Simintrmtm Wx David Smith Q A If Q- I . ,Ioan Smith . 4' A " larry Smith i 5 ' :fr I , , 'Y Y 9- ta '- X '-L 'Qt ov., 'F'-'af R R' Fil, Stephen Smith Susan Smith Marilyime Stailxev lutly iaflhll in Just One More ear Slmrun Srcphcm Pat Sterling Mickey Sticllmm Xwesley Srrtpplr-:num Sandra Strauch Betty Stumfoll Howard Swifr Charles Tully Joe Tally John Temple Stephen Topi Barbara Tormenu F A - , - 'fd' ' in - 5 , S S I if , F Y W, 6, 5- av if! . 'HM Mgt' at -4? it ,Q we ' Z t if 25' ff 3 ai S , , ii VV A fi S .lrl M 'ff-.19 ff' 'Ki Q S., were Virgil Trourwine Ken Viclcery Sharan Vogeler Donna Wade Sharon Wfallcer Doug Walter Doris Warmingrou John Watson Gayle Wfeuverling Donna XVessncr Charles XX7csr Richard Wfheelei' And We'll Be Through Pu: XVherstonc Charles Wfliippli- Bob White Hazel XVl1irworrl1 Leroy Wfhirworrli Bob Wlilliams Jerry Willianis Judy Willianis Karilyn Vfilliumson Bfarictta Wilscmii Norma Wilson Bob Xliforclen if A -ef ff 'fir P- :X - or 'Q-4 'Q 5 1- , - 3 N ', fy T t N , f s J , : -Q . ' A i- w T7 I 7 P J a J H 'K Q of we H ,Q ' J. D. Worr-y 3 Mike Zurich A ,A Mary Campbell Norman Frulsrlin Cyl iff - Sr Sanilm Gypins Charles Hnyhum jerry Hcnilcrssm Tom M1ll5 N.xmy l'oum r lluforal Riuggulil Margii XVL'lsl1 Here We Are, The 0Ph0m0l'99 ws.. Speech is fun fur the snphonmres in this class, Basketball is ax fqvurilu with these Suphumore glifle This Eugene Abel Gerald Atlcoclv ,lurly Allen ,lim Amos Binh Amlcrson Bonnie Anrlrexxs Terry Arthur Sharon Austin Larry Bain Dorothy Bairtl Evercrt Bake Lincla Baker Dorothy Barr Kcneth Barrlct Beverly Bartow Mary Batsrm jerry Beartl David Beehc June Benton Ed Berger Mike Bishop Virginia Blaine Wesley Bolyartl Barbara Bonnville Don Boytl Scherrie Braden Mary Brincr Ollivia Brooks Joyce Brown Ronald Broun janet Bruce Ed Beuhlig ,lutly Bullard Charles Burchnnr Ronnie Burgess Gary Burnttr Lanelle Burns -lim Burrtm Laura Burner Beverly Cnrrikt-r Marvin Cam Alvin Clmmp bcirrum C,h.rrlt D.llt fihurtll Bgrrlmlxr Carltlt-.mivt D'm:1Q. Cflc Mika- lwllrm Mart 4 frm' ear Was YW 4 -9- 5 -.. .- f".Q'.' ii' 6 'v Busy For U ft, 'Y iw i ymf, ' iff 15. . 6 lg- LL Vu A, ' fl N7 " 7 K 4' 1.1 B 1 6 5 , 'N lf .wb 'A 1 - 5' A 'fglhf 3' A f " ' V 4 ' W . 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" We Learned About Angles ln Geometry Ilan lmmrrirlx lin lniiil Cmllrll linmr Ciirnxxell Nl,irx ,lane Crum f Imrles Crmillu lmlx lustcv Bill C'ushm.rn ,lim Curnerr .lune Iiulberrwn Ihr Davis ,laickic Dchluss Larry Dieluoil Frarices Dunn Alnmes Connelly Carol Duughry john Downey Berry Farmer Rifharrl Farrrmll james Fields janet Fields Charles Fish Carol Fleming ,loc Flood ,loc Folkerr Judy Fosberg George Franklin Kathy Gallus Anita Gerber Dylse Gibson Mary Gorrman Bobbi Gmliam Donna Gregory Raymond Haas Mary Hahn Lolyylim Hamilrun Rim Hamilmn Harrier Harrlwirk Raymond Harvcs ,loyce Hauher Rex Hawley Susanne Hanll-y .lim llayhursr Larul Hays ,lane Hemphill Sanrlru llenrlursi ,lohn Hess lirlninn Hrlulus C 1ry Hintun x , I H . - ' M '- Q-.' nl 4 ,,, ve 4 " 1. 1 " ,,- ,'- . 4 suv 1 I " 4- r . v' , , .1 ,. 1 ay ef L ' 21 Wifi! I' , 9 3 '1' N ' I xl , -P i, ' ' xllv :' A ,j K il Q S .4 Q W 6 A ig' Kr' AA -. :F il mb if -s G 9 4 , fy' Q1 . - A Or Q , J va' 'y 3 ' 49 ' -:SQ 1 f ii V , .F 'H- ii ,sl ni ' 1 Q, Q M bg we V sf ,jv .4 I, 4 A ... 9" f L., 92 I . I' V , f i F bi' if f. I -.J I. 9 K lr , if if 'nfl And Discovered Curves james Hirchcock Daryl Hodges Marrha Holt Margaret Hopkins Bonnie Horton Ronnie Hoskins Par Hudgens Bill Hurley Pa: Irwin Jeanne Jackman Curtis johnson George Jones Larry Kaye Bruce Keeron James Kelly Marilyn Kilpatrick George Klaus Sue Koch Donna Lackey Joyce I.aQuer Lonnie Lasswcll Bill Larra Mary Layton Barbara Lenrell Peggy Lentz Carol Letterman Dennis Lewis jerry Lile Barbara Lindsay Marie Loring John Lotz Dean Loulos Sharon Lowe Carol Mclnrurff Larry McLain Glenna McMullin Nellie Malnwry John Marlin Roger Merriorr Leonard Meyer Frirzanna Milhy l-larolil Miller Patrilia Mrirwrn Larry Ixiimrly Dale- Moore Gale Moon' Kazlvlc-cn Murrir Mary Ann Nlivnlftfv X In The , V' 6- V. ' 5 Q 1 " i , K ' K. e- L, N ' u gf' Q I ' , ' .1 gn i QA ali' K is X 'V Q 3, 6 t X L- i ' PT" Y. '15, AA. :L i gi Sl L K 9 - I 5 3 ' Q. Nw W -Q .K 5 A ul 'gi' ,J ' , ,L ,iii ie. 'M' ',. ' ' 1" I :w i -' A it , ?Q.6 .is '59 5' 'Q X 6' as 'cf L fl? 4 -, ', - wr .. ' 'BP' 4' If fl . X 1: , , J. ,il , -.t 4 I "' "" K .TL -- :M "A , i -J LJ - f K! vs, Q I 1, 5, V- cl Vw I ll' v K, , -fr' .J it Hell Q vi J. 1- f 2 y -453, A f V Q 4:- ra ri . .W X i . q i I V' I- . A 'J 1 c 'S' A I f . Q is we I l ,JI -1 n. - :E-N "fi 1' s l sf? . A Maybe Next ear l?ttn.ui.i Mu: Y-titrztt Ntlwn l.trix Xnlvm liunrlx Xwrtltviu -lzuticv Yylwclgi l,nnnit- Clherlxrmti Lnnnie Olliiwei ,lattice lltlmet Larry Pitrliex Steve lhrky Terry Parrish Paul Vunner Antlreu Petruhkn Haxrnlll Phelps Rrmald Plencltrr Tom Pitr Carol Porter Mike Redford Kathy Reeder Charlotte Rice Clifton Rivers Michael Roberson Luther Rose Bobby Rurlctlgu Laurcl Saxton Shirley Scott Gary Shalton Larry Shannon Harnltl Shan Danny Sherman Earl Shinenun ,lim Shineman Bobby Shipman Ronnie Shrnpshirl' Norma Simmons .luck Slanknnl Bnh Smith ,lunlitli Smith .hilly Smith Larry Smith ,lim Sinnilteix Runnin' Snmx 'lltry with K h.trlL-x Sprmllex llnnnm Npratllrx l.1nti.t Nyemei lnrti Sptinqer lbttxitl Nrtplnrm U S we sri" " 9 Q.. 'T .. 5? V4 .f f 15 '83, 1:3 U x 'F'-1.1 -.5 S fi' i if , " bi L, ' ." Q A N U 4, . .f :A f .iff ' - -4 i , L A S Y M' t., sy., Phi rf, 5 5 W f , A L A4 - ' 3 , 1 S it A g " sz-Vg? P if if L .. A ' 1 5 If 3 ' i, Q - L if t -S ,, -2- KN4 5 J, 'Y . f , N 4 ,. i S fit f a L fn - 6 W. . Q S 3 S it A Q- V Q A 1 Y. A hx - Sf i , 3 F SN! ' Q' -. ' A S .,,,F,,W,, 1 4 4 ll 21 .J 2' Q 1 fr- ' rv' S, , is -f -A 'L -v x In A fl ?5Xr IIE' Q ' ,M ,gf ai D' i Mi ,,,. 4' 4 ..,,' Dennis Srcrbenz Sharon Srinriett Melvin Story Hamlcl Summers Sharon Tally Mary Tann jerry Tanner Robert Terry Truman Thompson Kathleen Townscntl Patsy Trotter Cefil Troutwinr: Tom Tryon Gib Twyman Sharon Walker john Walsh Thomas Wcaklcy' Mary Webber Evelyn Weston Freddie Whisler Debra White Genette Wilcux Juclity Wilkinson Brenda Williams Sandra Williams Wilma Williams Charles Wilson Norman Wnvntlell Carol Wcaods Linda Winsteatl Jack Yancey Judy Zeveckc Gary Zorich Joy Combs Donna Holman Carolyn jnncs , ' lr, iq S We Can Locker Alone 1 f,.,,,m- 'J Q . J 1 J 'JJ iiii -Q 4 1,4 5 5. S if Ag. .L,' S I4 V it . 36? fb ,.Mi if fQ3 .S N S fav' ' N ' 5 A ,Q Q' M1,2sX'?gQ o J E 4, 'i 3 , ,ig , y M 2 iia y T Q r K:f,.WV5 ii? ,QQfn" 4. f5Q'r'wa Q .dk X ' J J 2 Q V - maiflfe V ' 11,3 , ,I ' yt' . 'Qi 6 '47 4 f 54 5 an ' V,gr1 ,nfl QQSEH ., .Q QA' 0 rs'. .f g f . A V X QA ' if S' ll' J' ' Q n- W ,eww Aiigiilllllg K, V, 5 V H K ,Q raffle 41. M f l ala Martha Taylor '- . 1 li ' L Dianc XY'hitmur , , 4 .t - ,- V' i.' 'H 'f,ff.:.gg, . a Freshmen Life Was Hard Mr. Flores has an at E l h 1 We ludied And tudied G 3 1 C L, 7. , A' . ltr K 4 14' ' -.Q U r- J 1. .4 t l G . K, ls, W, b . l Y , . A All I, 1 -LL fr C 3 . i .5 'S f. I Q I .Lf David Abier Sharon Atlmires Orville Amos Martha Anthony Glinnes Arnold Shari Balch james Baldwin Patty Barr John Bartlet Ronald Baxter Fred Beardsley Deanna Beals Myron Beebe Kathy Beemer Jo Marie Bennett Vlayne Berendzer Barbara Black Larry Blevins Ron Bolling Robert Boyles Carol Breeden Juanita Brcnts Cecil Buchanan Tom Burgess Pat Burris Richard Campbell jerry Cantrell Daxiil Czirson luriv Cayton Sally lliestnur Phillip Cholak Bob Choplin Bob Clark Donna Clasby June Clemens Bonnie Clinc Fred Coats Judy Coen Dorothy Corbin Richard Crosby Wesley Cox Sharon Darby James Davolt jim Davis John Davis john Davis Alona Derr Mary Dietrich Terri Donaldson Marcia Dowd Frank Drury Lyman Duerkop Barbara Dunlterley Ernie Cecil James Fnglenmn Dottie Edwards William Fain Delores Fann Marilyn Farmer Leonard Fields - 2 37 We, gliwf' I ng six Q , 5 1 .4 , L. -' Q ,vi w 3 2 T 1 Q 1 'Y , A 2 9 -Q. , .a 1 Y-- -J .LA : . Q . 1 YL M x ' . A ' ' ,Hs .- 'L -' 1-9 Q i ' -af. "' L. N W. m 1 , 3 5 i 'I , C 6 r 'Q or 1 A A li I' i A vs. A ,L lil? 5 for off. 19 L ' X f yi 7 ' F i ll . J ,b . A if ' I Eff P A 1. 6 'i ,A , w 'T I W K' r ' in English Was Hard hum lim: Ibm l'vrimf1l lil l mln'-r l,iml.i lilippin Xullrcy Flrwml XVni'nQ Floyll Bob Foley David Forbes lficrl Fry .lully Fuhr Sharon Gallus Beverly Garrl Prix Gflrrerr lonmie Gnsli Dials Gmton lilimlncrli Gates Sharon Glanricw Hob Graham Erlrlic Green Iolm Gross Nclrlgi Gurtcrillgc Mary Hall Ellen lflamnmnll Torlcl Garber Llmrlcs Hzxrlly ,lark I-larpe llmnnc lflcnllcrsliii Mary lflemlersrm l'ru4l Hcnllrix Allwrr llcsf Tom llcrrzii: Sylvia Hill Tcrrv llill Wfilbur Hoffman Carolyn Hoskins Linrln Houston Carol Huffinc Bob Hurst Sharon jack Dale Jackson Lyle Jackson David Johnson Gerald johnson Joyce Johnson Leamon ,lohnsun Ron xlolmson Barham jones Donna ,loncs .lucly Kacklcy Keith Kullcr ,lohn Kclling Mary .lzmc Kcllinhu Mary Ann Kcnnium Marvin Kern Jimmie Kcymu Gzul Kimsey Roger Kinnumlui Ruler liirlmrt Dec Aim Kl.lLlx Susan Kia-in EX 5 za , 1 -, C R? A A ,gn N A " 'I -rf 'wr- -.r i if sill. L L Q X uf V G Q 4 t- J a. I Q . u ,V ,J-, Q.. -, Q- 4, C9 ll ,A Qa- X 6. , A-'L .qgw ' SM 1' sy V .5 R uf, I". a Y Vs. w C S us b 1: v 9 be v -i qi' 57-J "' "' 'nfs ...V L.. I , V " ' 1- J - Af--e. 45 if .1 a 4. - Q ' vjg 1 ., A P 1 . . ' f' .st Q l -f 5- 1 , x . eu, . . . 1 i gf Q 5: .. k , , 10 4 -' Q 'fl ' :rx ' f' .. 6 a 1. Q ' r A4 1 ll "' . ima I 1 ' , 3 il 5' M. - -v '9 S Y 'fi , 1721. ADJ Algebra Dan Knelilv Nucl Krieger Ruger Krnur Bonnie Krnpf Cfzlrrnl Langford Drixitl Largcrlt ,luhn Lassxwll Danny Lesrer livelyn Lcwix Davitl Liggcll 'l'er-ry Ligzctt Clarence Lilc Tummy Lovelace Cftinnie Lures livelyn Mahnrin Bill Marshall Marsha Marquartlr llubcrr Masren Darrell Mathis -lames Maxvhiney Alutly Meacl Tom Meatltms Charles Merriotr Barbara Meyer Betty Mirchell Sharon Mitchell Namy McAdams Inhn MCDun,iltl llariv MtDrmnmtslt llavicl Nlcliriml Was Worse Clit-ryle McKean Karen Mclicnue Bill Mclcutl Vicki McMnllin Forest Moore Patricia Moore Kay Mos David Mosley Donna Mmultler Gene Meeker David Mullin Kenneth Musgrave Tummy Nec! Melvin Nexxrtin Naney Niccxvanrler Glenda Nolaml Patricia Novak Margaret Ncptmm Pat O'Sl1.tuLzl1ncsSv Richard Overhefk jenine Parker Paul Parker Michael Parclial Larry Petlcn llernarrl Pcrrnnan Marilyn Pit-ilxtifker Sieve Phippx mntira Plu-lp Ricliarrt l'il.m.r llamltl Prim: 'Abi on 4 , 1 --1 Q-X --' 1 fliff-f ' 5 I ful' v 'I ' 5 4 rv - , .ga 1- 9 f x , 4 l fi r 7 J 1 ,, . Q a, , .. 6 XM , K, 1 w Q 9 .' i' um or . ggi '2 'Iva u W 4, 'w l ., - L2 I ,, M .A 1 1 J' J , -v. K ' Q . . 45.1 'S' 2' Gy - . sr - X 2, -tr A Q: VX ' us- 0. l. in R C. '- w..:a L v - I i '12 -1 All Y. . gl 9 A Q as J .- ifli ti -t is lr . .E We Enjoyed ports' Events mm pyic Victor Stories X L 'V Lilly -Iutly Sullivan W ve. ' 6 iii,'iQiffitini,il Wlilliam suiiivan If , . K A Roberta Rartlon Bob Tally Qt W'illis Richardson William Tatum f A -4- Douglas Roberts Nellie Taylor S ' , R if il it . Q Holly Ross Sharon Taylor xH' QL Nancy Sanford James Temple Billy Szluse Sandra Tharp Q A an , Tom Schelp H Clyde Thomas i Fffllf-ly' 5Chm1iZ Joyce Thornton ' ' ,VKX Ronnie Scott Mike Topi Q 1 'V 9 , I t Q , V A Beth Sctogin Stewart Totty ml 9? Mike Scrogiry Barbara Trivitt ff! 2' YR ' Joyce Semler Twila Troutwine vi .Ju " 1 ,z if .4 P 5 - n ,, . " ' fill-'i Q" K, xl so Jimmy Shfiafel' Linda Van Dusen f Libra iw Luther Shipman Ann Vogt LJ ' ' A Hans Small Joyce Wagner H' V Carole Smith Tonya Watson 1 5, iq' 1 Douglas Smith Jean Watters , en "3 Meredith Smith Bonnie Warmington ' V .J ' ,Q " . , 5 : 5, LL J- gi Q ,ul Sherman Smith Marvin Weeks 7 1 . , Wfantlzt Smothers Mary Wendclton 1 h , Carol Spellerberg Joyce Williams -1 ' l Z l ' if I . W l N L A . K .. I Q jig , . Velma Stalker Robert Williams l ' 92 lutly Sropplemore NZlnCy Wilson ,, W F Q P Don Steele George Whitesitle -if ' - i K Q A W fp W 5 I , Y A . is , l - I e silillif . A lollcen Wood Mclml Wyatt Robert Zuccke Nanq Steenrotl Larolyn Steintr Sut StriblinL 9 -r Hurrah! Vacation ls Here 5 4 RQ , g Rick Folkerr Jerry Smith ' S: " ' " Mike jones Jerry Snelling ' R Q Q -ze LH Lynn Reeder Nancy Turney ff' ..?f' 3 fi gn , ,, f L r , will , VA Freshman studems enjoy the cultural displays an Van Horn. ik 1 llpffp in zlrzllzk bg! f rrprzii ,lf wf0l1G41 A 7 oilfflffzaf and dlffzfra l'-ffgiif We Eighth Graders Were Confused Eighth-grade Student Council members are, on Left Side of Table, Lefz lo Righl: Bob Morris Sharyn Faulkner, Tonie Tally, Cathy Arnold, Barbara Nylund, Eugene Cooper. Right Side of Table: Donna Pleacher, Shirley Pendergrafr, Linda Roberson, Linda Bear, Donna Gregory. The members of the eighth-grade Student Council strive to promote ac- tivities and help the eighth graders become adjusted ro high school life. Two of the main projects sponsored by the eighth-grade council were a mixer and a newspaper. 0' . ir, l L V .3 , s 7 9 0 I- J Gy' fi 1 1 gi 4" ' . ll: 'F L- . s' 5 sz. -gf , 1. .t X We Never Had Recess jack Ader jutlith Agler Jeanette Allen Pamela Allen Linda Allman Robert Amos Carrie Arnold Catherine Arnold Virginia Ault Joyce Baines Linda Baker Phyllis Baxter Linda Bean Thomas Bedsworth Jane Beerbower Diana Berry Rose Blackburn George Bloom Walter Brannock Wayne Brewer Fern Brockman James Brockus Norma Brummitt Shirley Brown Virginia Brunk Arletta Buford Kay Bullard julia Burr-is Paul Burris Gale Butler Roy Butner Edward Campbell Linda Campbell Robert Campbell Robin Canterbury Diclc Carlisle Shirley Carriker Margaret Carson jim Carter Ricky Case Elizabeth Casey Barbara Cass Daniel Clemens Donald Cole Marilyn Cole Kay Collins Janice Colvin Jeanette Colvin Eugene Cooper Carol Crews Russell Cristopher Carolyn Culbertson Steve Curnutt Gary Cuttiss Beverly Dade Kathy Danner Sharon Danner Hal Davis Joann Davis Michael Duftswu -M 59 EE. r :Y Ai 1. 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'xi' in I 4' an X-X ill fi 3 ' 9 Vi. .Ml ., , f f..A Upperclassmen Liked boniira Dctcl Clyde Dickens Sam Dotson Patricia Dragoo Mike Dresser Roberta Drury Larry Duckering Nina Dunnam Fred Elliott Milton Eshleman Sharyn Faulkner Betty Fields Donna Finkle Eddie Fleming Buddy Flippin Carol Floyd Shirley Ford joe Foster Linda Foutch Roger Frank Terrie Frans Edward Frechin Richard Freeman Norman Gardner Joyce Gates Mary Gentle Carole Gibson Gail Glines Maynard Gore Kc-nncrh Green Donna Gregory Karen Grenawalt Mike Gunzcl Sharon Hales LeRoy Hamilton Roger Hammers Tim Harber Gloria Harlin james Harrison Gary Horchkin Stanley Hathaway Elaine Hauber Beverly Heath Sharon Heimdahl Nancy Helsel George Heralil Rhoda Hibbs Raymond Hilliard Roy Hilliard Kay Hilton Bonnie Hodges Patrick Hogue Gary Homer Dennis Hood yloyce Hoover Sharon Howard Karen Howery Suzie Hurst Margot jackson Ronnie jackson K ' I 2933 22 262 223 'Nj 2 96 V if Fi? t 7 y 4 1 1 K REQ! 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C I A 45 lr . by Sf I 4, , Y ' ' To Push And have Lorin johnson Ronnie Johnson Susan Johnson Eugene Kauffman Carmen Keeler Diane King Gary Koenig john Kramer Karen Kurle Donald LaQuer Linda Latta Melvin Lee Sharon Legan Chester Leighter Ronald Lentz Carolyn Lewis Judith Lewis juclirh Lewis Patricia Lewis Keith Lightfoot Bill Lindsay Richard Long Robcrr Lovelace Danny Luppcns Glenna Lyday Dana Mallinson Corrine Manley Iudith Mansell Bill Marks Bill Martin Sharon Mclilwee Garry McEntire Fran McGinty Janice McKinney Carolyn McKinnon Kathleen McLaughlin Floyd McMurray Martha McNeely Terry McReynolcls jerry Meadows Chloe Miller Cynthia Mobley Daniel Meder Joan Moore Harley Morris Tom Neal jim Neely Marsha Noland Richard Novak Robert Novak Barbara Nylund Carl Oherkrom Linda Osborn Judith Overman Linda Owen William Owen john Palmer Gary Parlier Donna Paschal Phyllis Parton - . I -, gg, , L Q' Q I 1 l A 11 yr xx 1' QP' Gr if .lx 'L rr, . I, s W 2 R . O all 9 . wi, E 5.1 l C ,- , r r'l ,t Li S U , 6 9 I Q W R., X 23 0' f ' A. . ii QQ Our First Shirley Pcndergraft Phillip Pippenger Dm-inn Pleacher Shirley Plummer Batty Porter Paulette Potter Richard Porto Ada Puckett Sharon Pulliam Margaret Pyle Patsy Pyle Giala Ramsey Fred Rapp Sally Reeder Ronna Richter Karen Rideout Larry Ringgold Linda Roberson Stephen Rose Linda Ryan Linda Sapp Barbara Schafer Ruth Sherman. Marilyn Shineman Wanda Simmermon Sharon Simpson Judy Sims Barbara Smith Donna Smith Edward Smith ear Was Hard Fred Smith Janice Smith Roxie Smith Vllilliam Smith Sondra Snow Tom Soapes Bonnie Stephen Dale Sterbenz Lois Storey Diana Storms Stanley Swaffar Thurman Swanner Jerry Tally Tonie Tally Eddie Thomas Sue Thomas Carol Thurlow Nancy Tilley Ronald Turley David Van Hooser John Vinyard Preston Walker Margaret Ware Nancy Ware Larry Warmington Pat Warmingron Ronald Washam Barbara Weatherftirtl Charles Webber jiri gr. -., tu.-v. . 1 1 li, lt RE .f 3 Vie' .s .f W T " fr -0 44 1 4 1 v, 5 'p I , I X Donna Weisiger Q! L I lla. . Z O 5 J 16-,Q 3 5 , ,gi .5 . J f X R, 0' 9 T But, ll Sure Was Fun 'I' Philip Whifson A iqfag, yd ' gynesfllyvilkins .K I A gf-J K' at 1 mms y 'l A' s y .A P , I -is P 1 Wu' I i'f' .:j1 'ffl T23 Wdsdims G' Q, ,X" ,ij lf' ' ' Qs Charles Winste . ad Lee Wisely Patricia Woods Floyd Worley Lloyd Worley Larry Wyss Mike Zimmerm an QM 4"T5"f Members of Mr. Dcxtc:'s eighth grade common learning's class study hard. 'l'5'1llu , Sv , ' Q1 k Y ,x fwvgw-KN Wi? LF Iflflllii 9 ai 9 1 ,.., .,,, ..,,.... ... ...,... .,,. ....... v,,..,L.........-..,.........,.,....... - These boys try hard to raise their chemistry grade after school. Now everybody on tune - please! Mike Fischer and janet Fields ate glad the school week is over. Bob Irwin enjoys studying! with Evelyn Xweston. Gayle Farmer, and Barbara Lcntcll. Abel, Albert lfngrcnc Abter, David Adcock, Gerald Ader, Edwin Jixtk Adkins, Chester 1. Adlard, Nancy Ann NS, Admires, Sliamn Marie Agee, Terry , Agler, Judith Ann Alber, Dorothy Kathlee Allen, Jeanette Cecile Allen, Joy Allen, Judith . . Allen, Pamela Kay Allman, Linda Lee Amermon, Sandra Sue 81, 105, 11719, n 71 123 129 123 135 20, 51, 85, Sh 50. 52, 62, 113 125' 115 15s , 111 135 11.3 121 , 61,135 135 .,22 48, 49, 63, 61, 66, 70, '5, 79, 113 Amos, Jim -2 - 2, Amos, Orville 22.2, Amos, Robert Warren . Anderson, Deanna . 2 2,, 123, 1 , ,129 2 ,, 222,135 .2 48, 56, 64, 71, 113 Anderson, Patricia Lee 2 20, 57 Anderson, Robert 2, ,, 22 2 123 Andrews, Bonnie .. , ,, 22 2 123 Anthony, Martha Sue . Yeefee 129 Archer, Peggy Ann 2, 2 2... 50, 113 Arlund, Tom 2 ,.,., .2 . ,,.,,. . 96 Arnold, Carrie Jean . 222,2 64, 135 Arnold, Catherine Ann 2. .2 64, 134, 135 Arnold, Darryl ,,,,, 22, 20, 43 Arnold, Glinnes Marie 2 2 , 129 Arthur, Terry 22222 A 22 123 Ault, Virginia Lee 2. , 2. 222 22 135 Austin, Sharon -.,2-..--.,.-2 50, 67, 123 Autrey, Barbara Dean 2 Y W Y Y, 2 2 5' Bailey, Floyd Eugene , 22, 113 Bain, Larry Marshall 22 ,22 123 Bain, Peggy 22, .2 22 20, 43 Baines, Joyce 2., 22, 135 Baird, Dorothy 222 YYY,,, 123 Bake, Everett 222., 222 44, 123 Baker, Linda Jean 2 ., .22 78, 123 Baker, Linda Lou 2. , , ,,,,, 64, 135 Balch, Shari .eeee ,..,, .eeeee 6 A 4 Balch, Suellen .,,., . , 56, 64, 67, 113 Baldwin, James -2,.-22 2-2.22 44, 129 Baldwin, Walter Lce . ..-,22 57 Ballard, Karen 222, . , . 74, 113 Banning, Lynne Willyne -. e,,., 20, 64 Barnes, Judy Lee 222 ,, 20, 62, 63, 67 Barr, Dorothy Anetta ., . 22,. .222 123 Barr, Patricia Louise 2 ,, 22, ,2,,, 129 Barthel, Claris Lee ,,2, 64, 70, 71, 103, 113 Bartlett, John Lewis .. 2 2222. 129 Bartlett, Kenneth 2,, ,,,2 57, 125 Bartow, Beverly Ann . . 47, 113, 123 Bartow, Louis Wm. . 53, 68, 70 Barson, Mary Alice 50, 62, 63, 123 Bauer, John Robert 2 , ,. 2 20, 88 Baxter, Baxter, Phyllis Mac Ronald 2 2 , . 2,135 .2129 iudeni Index Baxter, Sharon Bay, Nancy Ju 22 . Beals, Deanna Dayle 2 20, 113 11,48,75,113 ---2,, 9, 73, 74 66, 12, 20, 40, 64, 'O 77 77 80 103 Bean, Peggy Jane . Bear, Linda Ellen 22222 S, 1341 135 Beard, Jerry 22 111, 57- 90, 125 13C3,,1,11m 12, 21, 56, 65, 85, 87, 93 Beardsley, Fred B. . 22 9, 129 Beckham, David 2 . 2 2 11, 113 Beckham, Linda Lee 2 11, 64, 115 Bedsxmrth, Thomas Lee . 2 S, 155 Beebe, David Ray , , 2 10, 123 Bcebe, Myron . 2222222 9, 129 ' Beem, Raellen 22., 11, 113, 48, 57, 72, 113 Beemer, Kathleen .. 22 9, 74, 129 Beerbower, A. Jane . .2. 2. 22222 3, 135 Bell, DeLois Allene 2,2 ,2, 12, 21, 43 Bellmyer, Anna Leona 22 2 ,,2 11, 64, 67, 113 Bemboom, Wanda 2, . 222. 11, 56, 113 Bennett, Jo Marie , 2,, 2 10, 57, 64, 74, 77, 79, 129 Benson, Gail B. ,. .2 .2 12, 21, 52, 55 57, 62, 63 Benton, June . ,2,, 22.222 10, 44, 123 Berendzen, Wayne William 222 .2..222.2- 9, 56, 129 Berger, Charles Eduard .. 22 10, 123 Berry, Diana Fay ,2. 2.. 22. 8, 135 Bishop, Larry Michael 222 .2 10, 48, 49, 123 Black, Barbara .,. 2.. ,22 64, 74, 129 Black, James Thomas 2. ,222 18, 21, 32, 62, 63, 68, 70, 84, 85, 86, 93 Blackburn, Rose Marie .2 .22.. 22222 135 Blackmore, Roger . 2 19, 21, 41, 56, 32, 62, 68, 70 Blaine, Virginia 2 2, 2,, 22.22222 123 Blankenship, John W. 22 2 85, 39, 113 Blevins, Larry Lee 2 . 22,. ,, 129 Bloom, George Oscar 22 135 Bly, Ernest David Jr. ,2, 22.222 56 Bly, Marguerite 2,2 22 2 21, 50 Bodenhamer, Charles -2 22 , 113 Bogue, Marilyn 2222 , 22 2 21, 43 Bohart, Gerald John Jr. 22 22222 115 Boles, Edward 22, .2 222 90, 115 Boles, Raymond 222.2 222 90, 113 Bolling, Ronald Dean 22 222., 129 Bolling, Valda Sue 2222 22222 11.4 Bolyard, J. Wesley' Jr. 2 2 .22 90, 123 Bonville, Barbara Jo . 2 57, 64, 75, 78, 123 Boone, Wanda . 222 21, 43 Borland, Linda 2222 71 Bottom, Donald 2 ,,2 22,,22 115 Boyd, Donnie Ray ,, , 222 56, 123 Boyles, Robert 2 .--,,2 222 21, 43 Brackenbury, Robert 2222 222 21, 45 Braden, Scherrie Elaine 22222 2222, 125 Brannock, Wlalter Arther 2222 .22, 135 Bransteitter, Jo ,. 2. ..- 48, 64, 49, 114 Breeden, Carol Lee 2 Brceden, James Robert Brents, Juanita Louise X Brcsliears, W'm. Alfred ,fn , Brewer, XVayne Eugene 11. Briner, Mary 2., 2 48, ij, K, 7 Brockman, Essie Fern 1. Brockman, Sam 2 ,22 Brockus, James Delbert .., Brockus, Sandra 2 2.2 '15, 56 " 2 22, 11, 7 , 19, 21,2,,,5, ss, nv, -.1 7, Bronson, Frank . ,, 2, , 21' ,13 Bronson, Frazier ,,22 2 44, 68, 73, 11,1 Brooks, Olliva . .2 . 48, 75, 125 Brown, Joyce 2 .... ,22. 2 5', 621, 13: Brown, Patricia Ann 2.2 2 '9' 111 Brown, Ronald .2. ,,2 2 2 , , 123 Brown, Shirley M, 22222 2222,22 155 Bruce, Janet . ..2. 222. 50, 67, 74, 123 Brumitt, Norman Jean -22 2.,2, ,, 155 Brunk, Virginia Lee .22 2 64, 135 Buchanan, Cecil 2, 2222 Buehlig, Eddie William .2 Buford, Arletra Ann 22 Buford, Jean Kay 2222 Bullard Bullard , Janice Kay 222 22, ,Judy Ann 222 2. 2 Burcham, Charles 22 2 222 Butkovich, John . 222222 Burdick, Mary Ann 2... 22 222. 129 2 2 63 123 135 22222-21 2 222. 2 135 123 50, 22..- 2123 av, 222 . 22 .22 22 48, 49, 64, 68, 70, 77, 108, 109, 114 Burgess, Karin Sue .22.2222 54, 62, 64 . 67, 77, 114 Burgess, Ronnie Keith 22222 57, 90, 123 Burgess, Thomas 22-.22.,22.,2222 129 Burnett, Gary 2.2,,2, 2222222 ,, ,, ,2- 123 Burns, Elaine Kay 2 ,22 48, 64, 69, 78, 114 Burns, LaNelle Sue .,22 2.22 .22 48, 64, 49, 123 Burris, Julia Etta 2,2 2 22 135 Burris Patricia Ann 222 2 129 Burris, Paul Everett 222 135 Burrow, Jim 222222222 2222222 . 123 Burson, Joan Carol 2-2 -.., 50, 56, 64, 66, 114 Burton, Fred 2, ,-. 22, 43 Butler Gale .,., , .- 2... 135 Burner, Laura Jean 22 . 71, 123 Burner, Roy Earl .-- .--2 135 Callaway, Ethel 222222222 ,22 22, 45 Campbell, Dorsey Edward . 22222 135 Campbell, Joe 2 22222 56, 68, 90, 114 Campbell, Linda , 2222222222 2,,. 155 Campbell, Mary Ruth 22... . 53, 66, '0- -9, 121 Campbell, Richard 22- - ---- 90, 139 Campbell, Robert F. -22,22, . . 155 Canterbury, Robin Richard . .. 2 115 Canterbury, vnma Alice ---- 50, 57, 114 Cantrell, Carolyn 2.22 , .2 .. 111 Cantrell, Jerry XVayne 2. 222,,.-. 129 Carlisle, Lynn David . ,2 18. 22. 55, 86. 95, 95 Carlisle, Richard 2,, .. 115 Lstrilr 4 ,trrilx fl11f51ll 1 Jrstzi I 1115111 Catwf Cary f,,J5Ci C5150 1 CaSC!t'- Cass, CAYIO Cham Charli Chesn Chola Chola Chopf Chopl Chrisi Christ Churt Churt Clark Clark Clark Clark Clasb Clemi Clem: Clemi Cline Clous Coats Coats Coen Co1c1I Cold. 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Danielson, Sara Jane 2 2 Danner, Kathy 222222 Danner, Sharon Elaine 23, 48, 49, 53, 62, 67, 70, 79 - 2 23, 62, 63 133 222 64, 135 64,129 Darby, Sharon 22222 2 2222222222 Darling, Karen 2 . 23, 64, 66, 80, 103 Davis, Alera 222 22 22222.222 23, 80 Davis, Carole 22 222 50, 67, 114 Davis Charles 2 22222222. 115 Davis, Hal G. 222 222222 2 135 Davis, James A. 222 2222 74, 129 Davis, Joel Ann 222 24, 43 Davis Jo 2222 2- 222 135 Davis John 2222222 2.2 2 222 129 Davis, John Waverly 22222 129 Davis, Patricia 222 2 2 222 57, 124 Davolt, James 2222 2222 -222- 129 Davolt, Leta Fern 2 2 22 18, 24, 66, 70, 71, 79 Deason, John Stephen 2 222 2222 115 Deason, Michael Alan 22222222 135 DeMoss, Jacquelyn Ann2 222 64, 68, 124 Derr, Alona Catherine 2 2 222 71, 129 Detel, Sondra Faye 22 22.. 2222 136 Dewey, Kenneth Wayne 22222 24, 56, 70, 99, 100 Dickens, Clyde Albert 2222222222 136 Dickson, Larry 2222.222 57, 68, 74, 124 Dietrich, Mary Jane -2 22222-222222 129 Dean, Frances Ruth 222, 2222222222- 124 Dodd, Henry M. 2222 40, 55, 57, 62, 63, 68, 73, 115 129 99, 100, 112, Donaldson, Terri Lou ---- 2222- --- 124 Donnelly, James Lawrence -22 2222 2.- Dorson, Sammy Lee ----- ------ ---- Doughty, Carol Anne 2 Dowd, Marcia A. 2 Downey, John 222.22 136 22 64, 66, 71, 75 22222 64, 129 2 2222 54, 124 Dragoo, Patricia Anne ---------- - 136 D,,,g0,,, peggy 134,14 2 .2 24, 52, 57, 66, 72, 74 Dresser, Delores Maxine 222 --2 24, 43 Dresser, Michael Eugene -- - 156 Drury, Frank Dee 22 222 129 Drury, Roberta Sue Duckering, Larry 2 2 22. 136 2222222 136 Duckering, Linda 22 2 .2 24, 69, 70 Duerkop, Lyman 222222 . 129 Dumsky, Carol Ann .22 18, 24, 39, 70, 80, 103 Dunkerley, Barbara 222 2..... 222 129 Dunkerley, Sheila . 2 2 24, 66, 70, 80, 103 Dunnam, Nina Belle 22222222222, 136 Earp, Tam 2 614, 70, 90, 112, 115 Edwards, Dorothy 22 222 22222222 129 Elliott, David 2222 2 2 2222222 57 Elliott, Frederick 2222 2222222 156 Emerson, Charles P. 2222 24, 48, 49 Engleman, Joe Charles ... 22 24, 48, 54 Engleman, Robert James 222222.2 129 Ernst, Joseph Franklin 2222 24, 48, 54, 56 Eshleman, Milton Charles 222.2222 136 Evans, Jerrilee Fain, Fain, Jerry 22222 Fain, Fann, Farmer, James 222 William Delores 2 2 Farmer, Farmer, Farrand, Farrand, Faulkner, Faukne Gayle . 2 2 Marilyn 22 Richard 2. Robert 2 Gloria r, Sharyn Faustlin. Norman Feeney, John 2 2 2 Fellers, Fields, Fields, Fields, Fields, Fields, Fields, Finkle, Lois 2 2 Elizabeth James 22 2 Janet 2 . 2 John 2 Leonard Susanne 2 Donna Finn, Carol 222 Finnell Firkins Fischer Fischer, , Thomas 2 , Brian 2 2 Edward 2 Michael 22 1 Fish, Charles . Fish, J Flemin anis XVilliams g, Carol 2 2 Fleming, Eddie Flippin, Demsey Flippin, Linda 22 Flood, Audrey 2 Flood, Joe 2 . Floyd, Carol . 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W 130 Gann, Jack ....,,YY .W 91, 115 Gard, Beverly ...... ., Y-Y. 130 Gardner, Norman R. ,W ,,, 136 Garrett, Patricia ,,, ,W 130 Garrett, Tteva Rae W ,W 25 Gash, Joanne ,,.,,, W 130 Gaston, Richard Lee W, ,,,. , 130 Gates, Edward Lee ,W ,,,,, , 115 Gates, Joyce Ann ,,, ,,, 64, 136 Gentle, Mary Lynn ,,,,, ,-,W, 136 Gerber, Anita Kathleen ,,, ,,, 46, 57, 67, 124 Gibson, Carole Jean , ,,,, 136 Gibson, Dylse ,.,,,, ,- 91, 124 Glancies, Sharon .,,,, ,, 64, 130 Glines, Edtis Gail ,,, ,,,, 136 Gore, Maynard Frank ,, ,, 136 Gottman, Mary Allice W, W, 124 Gower, Robert ,,.,, ,,,,.. 2 5 Graham, Bobbie Lee WW .... 75, 124 Graham, James .,,, W 25, 85, 88 Graham, Norma Joan ,, ,,,,, 25, 79, 80, 103 Graham, Robert H. ,,, ,,,.,.,, , 130 Gray, Leslie Virginia ,,,,. 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Isenhower, Joyce Jack, Sharon ,,..,, Jackman, Jeanne ,, Hawley, Carole Susanne ,,.,,, 69, 124 Hawley, Rex Lane W,, ,,,. 91, 57, 124 Hayhurst, Charles , ,.,,., 121 Hayhurst, Jim ,,,, . ,W 124 Hays, Carol Louise ,,, ,,,,, , 124 Hazelbaker, Marilyn ,,,,,,, .. ,,.,, 116 Healy, Robert ,,,,,,, ,W 40, 55, 68, 100, 112, 116 Heath, Beverly Jean ,,,,,,, , ,,,, 156 Heimdahl, Sharon L. ,, ,,,, 64, 136 Helsel, Nancy Jane ,, , ,,,,,, 136 Hemphill, Jane .,,,, ,,, 74, 124 Henderson, Jerry ,,, ,,,, , 121 Henderson, Judy J. ,,., ,,, 124 Henderson, Kay Lynn ,, ,,, 116 Henderson, Mary , ,,.,, ,,, 130 Henderson, Robert G. ,,, ,, 116 Henderson, Sandra Sue ,, ,,,, 124 Henderson, Virginia ,., ,, 74, 116 Hendrix, Fred ,, ,,,,, -Y-A 1 30 Henry, Joyce Elaine ,W ,,, 26, 79 Hcpple, Linda ,,,,,, ,,, 26, 50, 66, 70, 80, 103 Herald, Bob ,,,,,,,,,,,, 48, 49, 116 Herald, George Ray ,,,,1,-,-, n 136 Hersh, Karen ,,,,,,,, W44, 57, 69, 116 Hertzog, Tommy ,,,, ,,,-,-Yg 9 9, 130 Hess, Albert ,,,,, ,,-Y-gYg- 1 30 Hess, John , ,,,,,,, ,,-,Y-g,- 1 24 Hibbs, Edwina Jean ,, ,,, 62, 63, 67, 70, 124 Hibbs, Rhoda ,,,-,--, U- un 136 Hibler, Donna Kincade W. ,, 66, 116 Higginbotham, Sharel Dae ,,,,,,,, 116 Hill, Sylvia ,,,-Y-Y-g -Y-kg V ig 74, 130 H1117 Tfffv W , ,,,.,,, 50, 74, 78, 130 Hilliard, Raymond Lee Y-g-,Yg- 136 Hilliard, Roy Howard W ,,, H 136 125 44, 68, 116, 141 Leah ,,,.,, 27, 62, 64 130 125 11735, Jackson, Dale ,,, ,,,,,,,.,,, , 130 Jackson, Lyle ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 130 Jackson, Margaret .,,. 64, 69, 78, 80, 116 Jackson, Margot ,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,, 136 Jackson, Patricia .,,.,, W 50, 71, 116 Jackson, Ronald ,,,,,,, ,,,..,, 1 36 Jaworski, Victoria Leota ,,.,,,,. 48, 49, 66, 117 Jeffries, Sandra Sue ,,,,., 64, 77, 1051 109, 117 Johnson, Curtis ,,,, ,,,, ,WW 135 Johnson, David ,,,,,,,,, ,,, 130 Johnson, Frances Pauline ,,,,,,., -- 27 Johnson, Gerald ,,,, , ,,,,, ,,, 74, 130 Johnson, Glen ,,,,,, ,,,, ,,, 27, 351 86, 93 Johnson, Jane ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 2 1 Johnson, Joyce Ann ,, , 1511 Johns Johns Johns Johns Johns Johns Johns' Johns Johns Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jone Jone Jone 136 124 - 26 125 - 26 136 125 116 130 136 127 125 136 136 136 125 125 26 IZ, 63 130 125 136 130 136 63 , 43 116 136 116 , 85, , 95 125 116 130 116 116 116 125 130 66, 116 136 , 67, 116 125 141 , 64 130 125 130 130 116 136 116 136 49, 117 108. 117 125 130 27 130 85, 130 Johnson, Judith Jane --- 27, 64, 67, 70 Johnson, Leamon --- ----W--- 130 Johnson, Lorin David --- .1.., ---- 137 Johnson, Lynn 2..,v,, --- 56, 68, 117 Johnson, Ronald ,,,,., ,,,,,,,. 1 30 Johnson, Ronald Lewis .---- ,.,1 --- 157 Johnson, Susan Elane -- ,,,,,,,. 137 Johnson, Virginia Lee ---- 27, 64, 66, 70, 75 Johnston, Richard .,,, ,,,, - - - ,,.. 27 Jones, Barbara ....,5v........,,, 130 Jones, Carolyn Kay ..,,, 48, 64, 69, 127 Jones, Donna ,,,,,, ,,,,,, - 56, 117 Jones, Donna --- ..55, -WW 130 Jones, George ....5 5YYYY5,, 7 4, 125 Jones, Janice Ann .... 50, 64, 69, 117 Jones, Jerry Lee ,YYY W 48, 73, 117 Jones, Marlene Faye ...... 56, 64, 108, 109, 117 Jones, Michael -W -, ,,,, - 133 Kackley, Carol Ann - ..,. 27, 50, 69, 70, 78 Kackley, Judy .......Y --- 64, 130 Karner, Mararget Jean Kauffmann, Eugene P. Kaye, Larry Jr. ...,,, Keck, Larry Lee .....,, Keeler, Carmen Nadine Keeton, Bruce ...,.,.. - Kellay, Eugene James W Kelling, John ,,,3... Kelling, Mary Jane ,5.5........- Kernmerer, Larry .,,, -- --- 117 W -W 137 --- 125 ---- 18, 27 --- 1,.. 47, 137 --- 125 --- 12s ----- 130 130 ------ 27, ss, sv Kendall, Willa ----- zs, 66, 70, so, 103 Kennicutt, Mary Ann --....--. 76, Kennicutt, Roger ....52 W- 73, Kern, Marvin ..... W- --W---- Kerrick, Jonnie David 130 Key, Kathleen ...------- 48, 49, 53, 57, Keyton, James -W f.....---A --- Kilpatrick, Marilyn Kimsey, Gail --...-- King, Cheryl Diane ...------. 64, Kinnaman, Roger Kirkham, Jim W --.. Kirkhuff, Robert -- Klaus, Dee Ann -W Klaus, George ----- - 117 130 ----------- 117 66, 70, 78, 117 130 48, 49, 54, 57 69, 78, 125 --- 64, 71, 130 137 ------------W 130 19, 28, 32, 38, 68, 70, 85, 86, 93 --------- 130 ---WW 73,130 W- 44, 91, 125 Klaus, Jerry Wayne --- --- 28, 85, 87 Klein, Susan ------- Kluska, Joan ------ Knapheide, Marilyn ------W 130 ----- 28, 64, 79 Koch, Susan Jean ---------- 48, 62, 63, Koehly, Daniel ----- Koenig, Gary Lee --- Kramer, John Thomas Kreegcr, Barbara Jean Krieger, Noel --- W Kropf, Bonnie Sue Krour, Roger ,. - - - Kruse, Larry WW - Kuder, Keith --- ,. Kurle, Karen Selma 19, za, 66, vo 64, 69, 71, 125 131 - ---- 137 - -- 137 -. ---- 28, 64, 69 -- ---- 131 131 --- -, --- 131 1 64, - 51, 92 117 130 41, 137 I-askey, Donna Lamb, Earl -------- Langford, Carrol --- LaQuet, Donald LaQuet, Joyce ---- Largent, David -. Largenr, Linda --- Iarson, Julia --- Lasswell, John --- Lasswell, Lonnie Latta, Linda ----- Latta, William --- Layton, Mary ---- Layton, Paula - Leach, Bill --- Lee, Melvin Lee, Pat W- --- Legan, Sharon --- Lelghter, Chester ---------------- Leighrer, Dixie ---- Leighter, Nancy Lentell, Barbara -- Lentz, Peggy ---- Lenrz, Ronald --- Lester, Danny -- Lester, Keith ------ --- 125 ---- za --- 131 ------ 137 46, 125 -------- 131 ------ 50, 117 -- 28, so, 52, 66 -------W 131 ----- 125 ------- 157 --- 48, 125 ------67, 125 --W---W- 28 ---- 19, 28, 41, 63 137 48, 52, 64, 69, 70, 77, 103, 108, 109 137 137 50, 77, 80, 103, 117 W .--------....... 28 48, 64, 69, 80, 125, 141 ----- 71, 125 ------ 137 ---- 131 ------- 117 Letterman, Carol -- --- 50, 125 Letterman, Judy Ann --- 117 Lewis, Caroline --.- . ------ 137 Lewis, Charles --- ---- 57, 117 Lewis, Dennis ------ -- 44, 45, 125 Lewis, Edna Mae ---- ----- 8 O, 117 Lewis, Evelyn Jane -- -- 64, 74, 131 Lewis, Judith ------ Lewis, Norma Jean -- Patricia Ann Lewis, Lewis, Wesley ----- Liggett, David --- Liggett, Terry Dan --- Lightfoor, Lyal --- Lile, Jerry ---. ..- Lile, Ray -- Liles, Wayne -- Lindsay, Barbara Lindsay, Billy --- Lingle, Janice Lochman, Bill ---- Lockhart, Mary Joyce Long, Louisc ---- Long, Lowell --- Long, Richard --- Loring, Marie -- Lotz, John ..- Loulos, Dean -- Loulos, Ted ---W Lovelace, Robert -W Lovelacc, Tommy -- Lowder, Jesse --- Lowe, Sharon - Luppens, Danny -. Lures, Connie -- - Lutes, Kenneth - - --------W 137 ---- 28, 50, 66, 70, 103 - --- 137 ------ 117 -------- 131 --- 44, 45, 131 -------- 137 --- 57, 125 ---- 131 ---- 29 --------W 125 ----------- 137 19, 29, 69, 80, 83, 84, 107, 108 -------WW-W 29 ---- 29, 50, 52, 66, 70, 78 ----W 29 -W 56, 117 -----W-W 137 -. . 48, 52, 125 -------- 125 ----- 125 --- 29, 95 ----- 137 - - 99, 131 ----- 29 --- 71, 125 -- -----.-- 137 -- 64, 74, 131 - ----- 117 Lyday, Glenna --- --.--- 46, 137 I-vdav, Larry W ---- -W 29, as, as McAdams, Nancy ------------ 73, 131 McClain, Paul David ---- 44, 68, 73, 117 McDonald, John David ------- 44, 131 McDonald, William Riley -------- 117 McDonough, Harry Lee --- --- 131 McElwee, Sharon Kay -- ----- - 137 McEnroe, David ---------------- 131 McEnroe, Larry Dean ------ 68 92, 118 McEntire, G'lrry Dewain ---. ..--- - 137 McGinry, Frances Marie . .- --- 137 Mclndoo, Philip John --- ------ - 56 Mclndoo, Wesley Mike --- ------- 57 Mclnturff, Carol Jean ---- 62, 63, 64, 67, 125 McKean, Cheryl ---- W 50, 131 McKinnie, Karen .... ..-- --- 48, 131 McKinney, Janice Sue --A, gggg - 137 McKinnon, Carolyn --- -W 137 McLal1en, Lester Lee W -..--.. 29 McLane, Larry -..-.. -W 57, 125 McLaughlin, Kathleen ----- 137 McLeod, William B. -- -------- 131 McMullen, Glenna ----- .. ----- 74, 125 McMullin, Vicky .---.--- 64, 74, 131 McMurray, Floyd Edward ----- --- 137 McNeely, Martha Monica --- --- 137 McReynolds, Terry Frank -------- 137 McReyno1ds, James -, -.-.---..... 29 McSparren, Craig W. - -- 44,41 56, ss, 89, 94, 118 Mahurin, Evelyn -----. W- 64, 131 Mallinson, Dana Louise -.W .-.- 64, 137 Malnory, Nellie ----- . ---------- 125 Maness, Carla Dianne --- 69, 74, 77, 103, 118 Manley, Delta Corrine --- --- 64, 137 Mansell, Carol .------ ------ 2 9 Mansell, James -W .- -W 74, 118 Mansell, Judith W - ------------- - 137 Markes, Bill -------- -- ----fv----- 137 Marquardt, Judy .--- 50, 64, 69, 83, 118 Marquardt, Marsha ----.-- 65, 77, 131 Marshall, William Edward --.----. 131 Martin, Barbara Ellen --- ..W 29, 43 Martin, John ------- --- -1- 125 Marrin, William Robert W --- 137 Martinovich, George W- ---- - 113 Master, Robert Jesse -W --- 43, 151 Mathis, Darrell ------ --- --- 48, 131 Mawhiney, James Alfred May, Dennis Lee ------ - 131 - ---- 30, 48, 49 May, Eleanor -.-- .---- - - 50, 67, 75, 118 May, Evelyn Ann W -- ---- 30, 48, 49, 62, 63, 67 Maycock, Shirley Ann ---- 50311, 64, 67, Mays, Rebbeca Jean - Mead, Judy W WW- Meadors, Jerry Dale - - Meadows, Tom - - -W Meekcr, Danny Gene Meng, Dina - ----- - Merriott, Charles HUS11 Merriott, Jean -W. - - Merriott, Roger Lee - 70, 72, 107, 108 - ,,-- -------- 7 1 ,- 64, 76, 131 137 ,- 131 131 118 - 67, . W- W 131 --- 30, 57 .--- 125 Nystrom, Margaret ---- 64, 78, 131 Oberkrom, Carl Allen fA--f ------- 4 4 Oberkrom, William W- O'Brien, John ,,,YY Offineer, Lonnie ,,..Y Osborn, Linda Terry -- Rathbun, Robert W- Meyer, Barbara - - - - 50, 131 Meyer, Donald J. - W 56, 92 Meyer, Eugene . -., W- 118 Meyer, Leonard --, - . , W- 125 Middleton, Marilyn - 30, 41, 67, 70 Milby, Fritzanna W. 50, 57, 125 Miller, Chloe Ann , , ,,,, -- 137 Miller, Harold -W --- 57, 92, 125 Miller, James - ,,,Y..,, 19 Milder, Linda W --- 30, 71, 75 Mills, Tom ,....,,, ,,,,,. - 121 Mitchell, Betty Jo - .- -.. ,,,, 131 Mitchell, Sharon -W -- 131 Mobley, Cynthia Jane - --- 137 Meder, Daniel ...,,, ,,,, 1 37 Monson, Patricia Ann --- . W- 71, 125 Moody, Barbara ...,,, ..,,, 3 0 Moody, Larry Dean W- -W 125 Moore, Bobbie Oral W- -- 118 Moore, Charles Wm. --- -- 118 Moore, Dale ,,...,,, W 125 Moore, Forrest --- ,..... - 131 Moore, Gale .... ,,....... 1 25 Moore, Joan D. --- V... 64, 78, 137 Moore, Patricia .,.., -W 71, 74, 131 Morgan, Sally Ann ..., -W 30, 63, 64, 69, 70, 79 Morris, Harley A. W ,,...., 137 Morris, Kathleen .... -- 56, 125 Morris, Robert Iarry .....,,v.... 134 Morrison, Karson Wayne .... 54, 56, 73, 68, 118 Mos, Kay ...2,... ,...,,. 6 4, 131 Moses, Merilee W- -- 48, 57, 118 Mosley, David ..,,, .,,v,... 1 51 Molder, Donna Kay .,,, .... 1 31 Moulder, Mary Ann ,... ...., 1 25 Mowry, Martha Marilyn ...,,, 71, 118 Mullin, David ....a,.... .,,,- 1 31 Mullin, Patsy Jean ..., - ,,.. 118 Mullin, Ted o,....,, .,,,.,, 3 0, 118 Musgrave, Kenneth ...,.....,,.., 131 Myers, Donna Sue ,... 48, 49, 52, 64, Myers, Eddy Jean - 69, 118 18, 30, 32, 50, 64, 44, 92, 126 -W 30, 43 ----- 126 - .,..,, 137 Osborn, Penelope June -- --- 31, 50, 73 O'Shaughnessy, Patricia -- YYYYY. 131 Otts, James .......-- -- ------ 31 Overbeck, Richard --- AAA-- - 131 Overman, Judith ..,,e,. --- 64, 137 Owens, Williarn Franklin - W- 443 137 Owens, Linda hou --- W- 137 Owings, Larry ,WWWW --- 118 Palmer, Janice .WWW.W. -4- 126 Palmer, John Milo WWWW. ---i 137 Palmer, Sharon Marie WW.. --- 79, 118 Parker, Donny Lee WWWW .-.---- 7 4 Parker, James Edwin W- ....... - 126 Parker, Jenine .,....WW W- 48, 64, 131 Parker, Paul Albert .WWWW .WW..... 1 31 Parkes, Kenneth Harold --- .... 31, 44 Parkes, Larry Wayne WWWW --- 56, 126 Parks, Martin ....... ..... 5 6 Parks, Steve G. ...WWWWW W- 44, 126 Parlier, Gary Lee ---.--- ---- 1 37 Parrish, Terry Bradford --- W 126 Paschal, Donna Patricia --- -- 137 Paschal, Michael J. -----,....---- 151 Patton, Phyllis Jane -------------- 137 Pavola, Phyllis Jane ---- 19, 31, 41, 57, 65, 64, 69, 70 Pearman, Phillip Sherman .--- 31, 44, 76 Peck, Lynette ---.-- 19, 31, 41, 54, 55, 64 65, 69, 70, 72 Peden, Larry -.------..---.,... 131 Pendergraft, Beverly Sue ---- 64, 75, 78, 80, 103, 118 Pendergraft, Shirley Ann ---...-...... 64, 134, 138 Penner, Paul - ------ W Perriman, Bernard W- ----- 74, 131 Petrechko, Andrew ---.-- W--W--- 126 W----W 126 Peve, Richard Shaffer W-- 31, 85, 86, 93 Pfeilsticker, Marilyn ---------- 64, Phelps, Phelps, Harold E. ------------ -- Sandra LaVena ------- 63, 69, 82, 84, 107, 108 Neal, Thomas W --- 137 Neely, Jim ----- -W 137 Neet, Thomas ---- -W 131 Nelson, Norence --- --- 126 Newton, Melvin ----- ----- 1 31 Nicewander, Nancy ---- W- 71, 131 Nichol, Larry -------- ------- 4 4, 126 Nickles, Carol ----- --- 50, 74, 118 Njegovan, Joy ---- -W 73, 79, 118 Noland, Donna --- ---- 103, 118 Nolan, Glenda W- ----.----- - 131 Noland, Marsha ----- - ---------- 137 Norman, Jo Ann ---- 70, 83, 84, 107, 18, 30, 56, 64, 69, 108 Northington, Beverly --W 66, 71, 79, 126 Novak, Patricia Novak, Richard Novak, Robert -W Nyberg, Janice W Nylund, Barbara - 64, 74, 131 137 -W ----- 137 126 137 --W 76, 64, 134, Phipps, Charles .--.- 31, 44, 46, 99, Phipps, Pickett Stephen ------.--- 44, 92, 131 126 131 100 131 , Tommy G. ----------- 68, 118 Pierce, Joanne ----- --- 31, 41, 66, 79 Piland, Richard ------------- ---- 1 31 Pippenger, Marcia ---- 31, 62, 63, 64, 69 Pippenger, Phillip --------- -v-- H 138 Pitt, Linda ------- --- Pitt, Tommy ---------- ---- Place, Darwin Eugene 31, 50, 56, 75 56, 126 1---------W 57 Pleacher, Donna Marie ----- - ----- - Pleacher, Ronald ------ ----- 5 6, Plummer, Shirley Ann Poindexter, Margaret - Pointer, Porter, Nancy ------ Betty Jo Ann -- Porter, Carol Jean W- Porter , Porter, Harrell Lee ---- Paulette Kay -- 63, 134, 138 126 138 119 121 138 126 131 138 svf?Q --ffYil Porto, Richard Vance -- Pratt, Carolyn Sue -- Puckett, Ada Lee --- Pulliam, Sharon Kay - Pyle, Edna Martha ---- Pyle, Margaret Louise Quaintance, Daryle L. - Qualls, Juanita - ----- - 3 Ragan, Ann ----- Ragan, Rita Marie -W Rains, Loretta ------ Ramsey, Gaila Lea W Rardon, Roberta R. ---- Rathbun, Judith -------- Ray, Loretta ------ Redford, Carol ------ 1, li-1 - Hia 131 e- in M ef- 15a f 51, 56 - ,- 74, 132 W-- 56, 62,61 67, 75, 119 ---1-1-1 32, 73 W 46, 64, 152 UW- 64, 158 ---A-fu 132 32 56 64 75 78, 79, so, 103 --W 56,75,119 ---1----- 32 W- 52, 56, 66 Redford, Mike Earl ------- 46, 57, 126 Reeder, Kathleen Kane ------ 50, 126 Reeder, Lynn ------------ 64, 71, 135 Reimal, Don --------- ------ 3 2, 44 Rice, Charlotte Ann --.---- ----- 1 26 Richardson, Phyllis Sue Richardson, Willis Faye Richter, Ronna Lee -- ---- -------- 46 Riddle, Bonnie Jean ---- -W 56, 78, 119 --------W 132 32, 67, 71, 78, 79 Rideout, Karen Sue ------------ 138 Riley, Linda Lee ---- Ring, Sandra Kay -W Ringgold, Buford ---- Ringgold, Larry Otis W Rivers, Clifton ----- Roberson, Linda Jo ----.-- Roberson, Mike ---- Roberts, Douglas -W -------- 48, Rogers, Sara Jo --- WW ---W-- 56, 33, 40, 64, 69, 70, 79, 107, 108 W- 33, 67, 70, 72, 73 -W 56, 121 -----W- 138 --W- 44, 126 64, 134, 138 126 132 56, 62,71,119 Rose, Luther -W ----------. - 126 Rose, Milton ------ -------.--- 3 3 Rose, Stephen ------------------ 138 Ross, Mary Hollyday ------ 48, 74, 132 Rozgay, John ------ -------.- 3 3 Rozgay, Mary Frances ------ 56, 63, 64, 79, 119 Russell, Donald M. -W ---- 18, 32, 33, 39, 68, 70 Russell, Gary ------ --.- 3 3, 44 Rutledge, Bob Ray --- --- 126 Ryan, Linda Lee --- --- 138 Sanford, Dixie Lee -W ----- - 119 Sanford, Nancy Lou --- W 64, 132 Sanford, Peggy ---- -W 33, 43 Sapp, Linda Kay --- --.- - 135 Sause, Bill ------ ----- - 132 Sawyers, Bob ------ ------- - - 119 Saxton, Laurel Ann W -- 64, 71, 126 Schafer, Barbara Ann -W ------ -- 133 Schelp, Tommy ---- 132 Schmitz, Freddie W 112 Scott, Lana Ruth -W ------- -.- 56 Scott, Richard -.-- ---- 5 6, 92, 119 Scott, Ronald Dean ---- 47, 63, 74, 152 Scott, Shirley -- ------- -- 126 5cr0H1n' gcrogirl, gemler, ghalton, Shalton 5hann01 Sharp, Shaw, 1 Sheaffe Shearer Shearer Sheldor Sherma Sherma Shields. 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Howard --- ------ 56, 120 Tally, Antonia Marie, ---2 63, 64, 134 Tally, Charles Leith, -- --------- 120 Tally, James Herman ------ 35, 72, 99 Tally, Jerry William -- ------- 138 Tally, Joe --------- ------- 5 71 120 Tally, Robert Vern -.----------fA 132 Tally, Sharon Kay -22- 63, 64, 69, 70, 76, 79, 127 Tann, Jim --- --- ------ ------ 35 Tann, Mary ---- ------------ 1 27 Tanner, jerry 22222222 44, 56, 74, 127 Tatum, William Barry ----------- - 132 Taylor, Mary Martha 222222222- 50, 127 Taylor, Nellie ------------ ----v- 1 32 Taylor, Sharon --.- 64, 65, 74, 77, 132 Temple, James Pierce ----------- f 132 Temple, John M. ------ 56, 92, 100, 120 Terry, Robert Michael .2-- 57, 92, 127 Tharp, Sandra Kay --- . ---- 64, 132 Thomas, Carolyn Sue ---- ---- 6 4, 138 Thomas, Clyde Edwin -.-22 2.222 1 32 Thomas, Edward Eugene 22222 2222 1 38 Thompson, Truman Eugene -222.2- 127 Thornton, Joyce Elaine ----- --- 132 Thurlow, Carol J, 2 2222222222222 138 Tilly, Nancy Pride 222222222222222 64 Titus, Gerald Lee ---- 18, 32, 35, 39, 57, 68, 72, 85, 87 Topi, Michael 222 2222222222 74, 132 Topi, Steve -222 ----- 5 7, 100, 120 Tormena, Barbara 22.- 64, 66, 76, 120 Totty, Rosalie 22-222 2222 3 5, 48, 56 Townsend, Kathleen - ...2222 127 Towsley, Sharon -- 22 35, 64 Trivitt, Barbara --- 222 132 Trotter, Patsy --- 222 127 Troutwine, Cecil --- -.-2 - 127 Troutwine, Twila .--. 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