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 Dedication
 Table of Contents
 The assayers
 The prospectors
 The traders
 Fightin' '49ers
 The campers
 Back Matter
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Group Title: Yongester
Title: Yongester.. 1949.
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
        Front Cover 3
    Title Page
        Page 1
    Dedication
        Page 2
        Page 3
    Table of Contents
        Page 4
    The assayers
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    The prospectors
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    The traders
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    Fightin' '49ers
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    The campers
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    Back Matter
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    Back Cover
        Back Cover 1
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THE
YUNBGESER

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PRESENTED BY
A SENIOR CLASS
P. K. YONGE LABORATORY SCHOOL
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2e2IcaL tion.


Because he personifies the Spirit of '49 the hard

work, the devotion to purpose, the laughs and the good times;

because he has dedicated himself to our future; we dedicate

the 1949 YONGESTER to Mr. L.F. Swift, that in the years

to come he may look back and remember this year re-

minded of the deep respect and love we feel for him.


























Like the prospectors of a century ago we too

are '49ers searching for treasures. As a spirit of

adventure lured those determined miners of 1849

in their quest for gold, so a spirit of adventure has

impelled P. K. Yonge '49ers in a search for know-

ledge.

Through the years we have unearthed treasures

far more precious than gold. Of these, we value

immeasurably that intangible spirit of living .

working and playing together with which we

searched ..




7he Spirit o/ '49





































































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^Admin Itration


J. HILLIS MILLER
President, University of Florida


J. B. WHITE
Dean, College of Education, 1949


C. LE. EGGERT
Principal, P. K. Yonge


G. BALLARD SIMMONS
Dean, College of Education, 194


JAMES L. WATTENBARGER
Assistant Principal


P. K. Yonge Laboratory School is part of the College of Education at the University c
Florida.
The Curriculum of P.K. Yonge is constructed along modified progressive lines. It give
each student an opportunity to develop his main interests through an integrated core which.
combines language, arts and social studies.
The elective subjects are designed to add to the basic program a store of special skills








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Lillian I. Maguire
Assistant School Psychologist


Student Teacher Conference


H. Craig Morgan
Audio-Visual Aids to Education







Curriculum


LEONARD F. SWIFT
Senior Sponsor
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JAMES L. WATTENBARGER
Junior Sponsor

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DAVID H. SHERMAN
Sophomore Sponsor


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Language Arts


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JAMES E. HANNA
Freshman Sponsor
Junior Core


MARY RUTH MCCRACKEN
Eighth Grade


FLOY M. MC EACHERN
Seventh Grade


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WILLIAM L. GOETTE
Instructor of Science

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Science


ROBERT S. HERNDON
Instructor of Mathematics and Science


Mathematics


KENNETH P. KIDD
Instructor of Mathematics


WAYLAND B. PHILLIPS
Instructor of Mathematics


































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GLADYS O. LAIRD
Instructor of Latin
and Mathematics


VIDAL TRUJILLO
Instructor of Spanis:


Language


EVELYN CAUSEY
Instructor of
Business Education


JAMES W. CREWS
Instructor of
Business Education


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KELSEY H. INGLE
Instructor of
Home Economics


Cooking


MAX W. CHENEY
Instructor of
Industrial Arts


Sewing


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BARBARA J. BERKLEY
Instructor of Music


Music


JEAN O. MITCHELL
Instructor of Arts


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ARTHA U. TWITTY
instructor of Girls'
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JACK MC GRIFF
Instructor of Boys'
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Girls' Physical Education


JULIAN O. OLSEN
Coach of Athletics
Freshman Core


CHARLES COUNCIL
As sistant Instructor
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Planning Conference

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Kindergarten, Miss Manette Swett; Third Grade, Mrs. LydiaE. Welch;
Second Grade, Miss Blanche E. Skinner; Fifth Grade, Miss Leah A.
Mack; FourthGrade, Mrs. Maud C. Watkins; SixthGrade, Mrs. Eunice
Z. Calhoun; First Grade, Miss Ruth B. Peeler; Kindergarten, Mrs.
Myrna S. Hustad.


First Grade


Third Grade






Cfementary


School


Kindergarten


Fourth Grade Sixth Grade


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Nurse Margaret Buckhannon and some
growing "Yongesters"


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Miss Mary Fawcett. .
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Margaret Boutelle
Co-ordinator of English


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FIRST SEMEST OFFICE ER SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS
ISer etary, President BobDavidson; "Sergeanteatdm
parliamentarian, Secretary Betty Gaddun;


RceBulison; Treas- -Parliame t
Roy,:_ President$ Parlia esiearint Malcon Traler, Vice-
Northrup, Burlison n ester ce
urer, Mary Bryan.
Remember: Plenty of stars ... how do we get crepe paper way up there ? looks heavenly .
not bad for Freshmen FRESHMAN HOP Where's Polka-dot? Got Stage fright? .
Have some Possum Pie Can't tell who's under that black paint Ah is frum de
South, an' You'all, Suh? MINSTREL SHOW. .. Quiet will I ever learn these
lines? Louder Prudence give those lines feeling .tried being a sliced orange
lately? curtain ... curtain JUNIOR PLAY Silver on blue soft lights .
swishy formals big black music notes long black train... blue and white programs
. Blues in the Night JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM .Try some facelifting? ..have
a cup of tea hide that body now Johnathon Charge! occupation murder .
thirteen bodies in Panama SENIOR PLAY Pretty pink toes smell something ?
. nice cool floors what big feet you have, friend .BAREFOOT DAY .. Didn't
do my homework School seems empty .. playing hookey? Seniors missing .
SKIP DAY Wear diapers at 17? ... he pulled my pigtail what a cute pinafoie .
forgot my bathing suit what shall I put on this sunburn? that long ride back ....
what to sing next sleepy .. great big day .. KID DAY Rehearse onSaturday?
. don't you put that black stuff on me that magician stole my scarf ... too late to
worry now mighty tired but it was fun .. VARIETY SHOW .. Keep that coke
off me I've all ready sold five dollars worth no loafing six cokes where
did that change go ? .. Profits ? EARNING for the ANNUAL with the SPIRIT of '49 ..
Glad I'm through withthat class ..... let's have a last look atthe core room.. seems odd
to be leaving just think but I'm glad I guess sortahate to .. LAST DAY
at P. K .... Where does this tassle go? probably stumble walking across the stage
.. a diploma at last seems strange to be leaving .this is the last time glad
S. sad not sure have to rush tothe reception that late! sure was a swell
party seems funny being alumni We'll be around lot's of changes though .
so long see you soon and .Remember .......









CARL ANDREWS "Cooter"
Football Sponsor 4; Yongester Staff,
Asst. Bus.; Variety Show Committee 4;
Junior Play Prod. Staff; Senior Play
Prod. Staff.

ROSE ARNOLD
Yongester Staff, Business Manager;
"Stardust", Cast; Senior Play, Stage
Mgr.; Y-Club 3,4; Y-Club Serg.-at-Arms
4; Girls' Service League 2,3,4; Vice
Pres. 4; Spanish Club 3,4; Fashion Show
2,4; Tennis Team 4; Vo.lleyball Team
1,3,4; Basketball Team 1,2; Softball
Team 1,4; Track Team 1,4; Captain, Beta
Team 3.





JO BEAL
Class President 1,2; Student Council 3;
Keyette, Charter; Girls' Service League
1,2,3,4; President 3; Y-Club 3,4; Y-Club
Pres. 4; Gator Tales Staff 3,4; Cheer-
leader 2,3,4; Junior Play Prod. Staff;
Senior Play Prod. Staff; Volleyball
Team 1,2,3,4; Basketball Team 1,2,3;
Track Team 1,2,3,4; Softball Team 1,2,
3,4.
GEORGE BECKER
Y-Club 2,3,4; Treasurer 2,4; Junior
Play Prod. Staff; Senior Play Prod.
Staff; Football Team 2,4.






DAVID BEECHER "Kit"
Entered P. K. Jr. Year; Camera Club 4;
Projectors Club 4; Projectors Club
Pres. 4; Senior Play Prod. Staff.

CORNELIA BLACK Neena"
Entered P. K. Jr. Year; Gator Tales
Staff 4; Senior Receptionist.; Girls'
Service League 3,4; T. B. Chairman 4;
Spanish Club 3,4; Fashion Show 4; Art
Club 3; Junior Play Student Dir.; Senior
Play Prod. Staff.







IRENE BLAKE
Library Club 1,2; Fashion Show 2; Gator
Tales Staff 4; Junior Play Prod.Staff;
Senior Play Prod. Staff; Yongester
Staff, Typist; Minstrel Show 2.

FRANCES BOLTIN
S. W. S. Club 3,4; S. W. S. Club Pres.
3; S. W. S. Club Vice-Pres. 4; Gator
Tales Staff 1; Cheerleader 3; Softball
Team Mgr. 2; Fashion Show 3; Spanish
Club 3; Spanish Club Sec'y. 4; Will and
Prophecy Committee; Senior Play Prod.
Staff.


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RAMONA BOOZER .
Senior Play Prod. Staff; Junior Play
Prod. Staff; Fashion Show 2,3; Basket-
ball Manager 2.

JERRY BRIGGS
Student Council 3; Y-Club 2,3,4; Y-
Club Pres. 4; Minstrel Show 2; Football
Manager 3; Football Team 2,4; Softball
Team 1; Baseball Team 2,3,4; Basketball
Team 2,3,4.




BETTY BROCKENBROUGH "
Class Secretary 1; Yongester Staff,
Girls' Sport Ed.; Y-Club 3,4; Y-Club
Pres. 3; S. W. S. Club 2,3,4; S. W. S. ,
Club Vice Pres. 3; Girls' Service
League Pres. 4; Vice-Pres. 3; Spanish
Club 3,4; Fashion Show 2,4; Senior Play
Prod. Staff; Volleyball Team 1,2,4;
BasketballTeam 1,2,3; Track Team 1,2,3;
Softball Team 1,2,4.

MARY BRYAN
Class Secretary 3; Class Treasurer 1,4;
Student Council 1,3,4; Yongester Staff,
Club Ed.; Y-Club 3,4; Keyette Club;
Camera Club Pres. 3; Art Club 2; Gator
Tales Staff 4; Junior Play Prod.Staff;
Senior Play Prod. Staff; Fashion Show
4; Volleyball Team 1,4; Captain 4;
Softball Team 1,2.




ROYCE BURLISON
Class Secretary 4; Class Treasurer 4;
Class Parliamentarian 3; Keyette Club;
Senior Receptionist; Yongester Staff, -
Snapshot Ed.; Fashion Show 2,4; Gator
Tales Staff; F. T. A. 3; Junior Play
Prod. Staff; Senior Play Prod. Staff.

EDITH CAMERON
Class Parliamentarian 1; Yongester
Staff, Assistant Ed.; Stardust",
Cast; "Arsenic and Old Lace", Cast;
Keyette, President 4; Girls' Service
League 1,2,3,4; Vice-Pres. 2; Spanish
Club Pres. 3; Spanish Club Vice-Pres.
4; Gator Tales 3,4; Homecoming Com-
mittee 2; Fashion Show Chairman 2,4;
Red Cross Delegate 3; Girls' State 3;
Northwestern National Highschool Insti-
tute 3.



RICHARD CARRIGAN
Class President.2; Class Parliamen-
tarian 2; Key Club 3,4; Key Club Treas.
4; "Arsenic and Old Lace", Cast;
Junior Play Prod. Staff; Gator Tales
Staff 3,4; Will and Prophecy Committee;
Basketball Mgr. 3.

ROBERT DAVIDSON JR. ?
Class President 3,4; Class Vice-Pres.
3; Student Council 3,4; Editor-In-Chief,
Gator Tales 4; Gator Tales Staff 3;
Stardust", Cast; Arsenic and Old
Lace", Cast; Spanish Club 2; Latin Club
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MARY ANN DORSEY
S. W. S. Club 3,4; Fashion Show 3; Key-
ette Club Vice-Pres.; Gator Tales Staff
1,3,4; Minstrel Show 2; Softball Team
Mgr. 2; Stardust", Cast; Senior Play
Prod. Staff.

CONSTANCE DURHAM Connie"
Girls' Service League 1,2,3,4; Gator
Tales Staff 3,4; Fashion Show 2,4;
" Stardust", Cast; Arsenic and Old
Lace", Cast.







ANN EMERSON
Editor-In-Chief, Gator Tales 3; Gator
Tales, Bus. Mgr. 4; Cheerleader 3,4;
Homecoming Committee 4; Senior Re-
ceptionist; Spanish Club 3,4; S. W. S.
3,4; Y-Club 4; Jaycees' Speech Contest
4; Minstrel Show 2; Variety Show
Committee 4; Junior Play Prod. Staff;
Senior Play Prod. Staff; Basketball
Team 2,3; Softball Team 2,3,4.

KAY EUSTLER
Football Spons.or 3; Spanish Club 3,4;
Fashion Show 3,4; Junior Play Prod.
Staff; Senior Play Prod. Staff; Minstrel
Show 2.








BETTY GADDUM
Class Secretary 4; Class Treasurer 2;
Spanish Club 3; Music Club 1,3; Art
Club Vice-Pres. 2; Fashion Show.

SHIRLEY GADDUM
Spanish Club 3; Art Club 2; Music Club
1; Fashion Show 4; Junior Play Prod.
Staff; Senior Play Prod. Staff.








CHARLES GAINES C. C."
Key Club 3,4; Key Club Vice-Pres. 4;
Y-Club 3,4; Y-Club Vice-Pres. 4; Foot-
ball Sponsor 3; Stardust", Cast;
" Arsenic and Old Lace", Cast; Baseball
Team 2,3,4; Football Team 4.

MARTIN GLASS
Student Council 1; Keyette, Charter;
Gator Tales Staff 3; Spanish Club
Treas. 3,4; Minstrel Show 2; Fashion
Show 3,4; Stardust", Cast; Senior
Play Prod. Staff; Volleyball Team 1,4.


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ROBERT GRAY
Football Sponsor 2; Junior Play Prod.
Staff; Senior Play Prod. Staff; Basket-
ball Team 2,3.

MARIE GREEN
Y-Club 4; Fashion Show 2; Junior Play
Prod. Staff; Senior Play Prod. Staff;
Softball Team 2,4; Volleyball Team 3,4;
Basketball Team 3; Track Team 3,4.







MARGRET HARTER Peg"
Girls' Service League 1,2,3,4; Art Club
2,3; Library Staff 1,2,3; Junior Play
Prod. Staff; Senior Play Prod. Staff;
Fashion Show 3,4; Minstrel Show 2;
Softball Team 1.

DONALD HESTER
Class Vice Pres. 4; Student Council
1,2; Yongester Staff, Art Ed.; Junior
Play Prod. Staff; Senior Play Prod.
Staff; Track Team 3,4; Basketball Team
3,4; Football Team 4.







ROSE MARIE HEYWARD
Class Secretary 1; Class Parliamen-
tarian 1; Yongester Staff, Feature Ed.;
Spanish Club 3,4; Spanish Club Sec. 4;
Gator Tales Staff 4; Senior Recep-
tionist 4; Minstrel Show 2; Fashion
Show 2; Junior Play Prod. Staff; Senior
Play Prod. Staff; Softball Team 2.

MARJORIE ANN HORNSBY Margy"
Entered P. K. in.Junior Year: Gator
Tales, Mgr. Ed. 4; Yongester Staff,
Proofreader; Gator Tales Staff 3,4;
S.W.S. Club 3,4; F. T. A. 3; Senior
Receptionist; Junior Play Prod. Staff;
Senior Play Prod. Staff.





JEANETTE JOHNS
Library Club 1,2; Fashion Show 2;
Yongester Staff, Typist; Minstrel Show
2; Junior Play Prod. Staff; Senior Play
Prod. Staff.

MILLY JOHNS
Y-Club 3,4; Y-Club Vice-Pres. 4; Star-
dust", Cast; Cheerleader 2,3; Head
Cheerleader 3; Fashion Show 3; Home-
coming Committee 3; Minstrel Show 2;
Basketball Team 2; Softball Team 3;
Track Team 2,3.


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ROBERT JOHNSON
Class Treasurer 2,3; Class Vice-Pres.
4; Key Club 2,3,4; Key Club Tress. 4;
Junior Play Prod. Staff; Arsenic and
Old Lace", Cast; Track Team 3,4; Foot-
ball Team 3,4.
NORMA KILLINGER
Class Vice-Pres. 1; Y-Club Sec. 3,4;
S. W. S. Club 2,3,4; S. W. S. Club
Pres. 4; Stardust", Cast; "Arsenic
and Old Lace", Cast; Cheerleader 2;
Keyette, Charter; Spanish Club Sec'y
3; Spanish Club Pres. 4; Fashion Show
3,4; Gator Tales Staff 1,2,4; Basket-
ball Team 2,3; Softball Team 2; Track
Team 3.




RICHARD LAGASSE
Class President 4; Class Vice-Pres. 3;
Class Treasurer 2; Student Council
Vice-Pres. 4; Yongester Staff, Pho-
tography Ed.; Minstrel Show 2; Key Club
3,4; Honor Court4; Boys' State; Star-
dust", Cast; Arsenic and Old Lace",
Cast; Baseball Team 3,4; Basketball
B" B"Team 4; Football Team 4; Co-
SCaptain 4.
VIRGINIA LEPS
Student Council 1; Keyette Club; S. W.
S. Club 3,4; S. W. S. Club Sec'y-Treas.
4; Senior Receptionist; "Stardust",
Cast; Senior Play Prod. Staff; Minstrel
JShow 2; Fashion Show 3; Will and
Prophecy Committee.




ROSEMARY MCDONNELL
Girls' Service League 1,2,3,4; Sec'y
2; Serg-At-Arms 4; Art Club Sec'y 2;
Fashion Show 2,4; Spanish Club 3; Junior
Play Prod. Staff; Senior Play Prod.
Staff.

MIRIAM MC INNIS
Football Sponsor; Yongester Staff,
Asst. Bus.; Senior Receptionist; Spanish
Club 3; S. W. S. Club 3,4; Gator Tales
Staff 1,3; Speech Club 1,2; Variety
Show Director 4; Minstrel Show 2;
Fashion Show 3; Stardust", Cast;
Senior Play Prod. Staff.





NANCY MARKS
Cheerleader 2,3; Fashion Show 2,4;
Y-Club 3,4; Y-Club Treas. 4; Spanish
Club 3,4; Softball Team 2; Track Team
3; Tennis Team 4; Junior Play Prod.
.1k Staff; Senior Play Prod.Staff; Minstrel
Show 2.

GEORGE MARTIN Tookey"
Key Club 3,4; Arsenic and Old Lace",
Cast; Gator Tales Staff 3,4.

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STEVE MORAN
Class Parliamentarian 3; Key Club
2,3,4; Y-Club 2,3,4; Y-Club Serg-at-
Arms 4; Junior Play Prod. Staff;
" Arsenic and Old Lace Cast; Minstrel
Show 2; Gator Tales Staff 4; Softball
Team 1; Basketball Team 1,2,3,4; Foot-
ball Team 2,3,4.

JOAN MORGEN
" Stardust", Cast; Fashion Show 3;
Spanish Club 3; Gator Tales Staff 1;
Senior Play Prod. Staff.







ROBERT NORTHRUP
Entered P. K. Senior Year; Key Club 4;
Projectors' Club 4; "Arsenic and Old
Lace", Cast.

CATHERINE PARRISH
S. W. S. Club 2; Girls' Service League
Pres. 2; Treas. 4; Sec'y 3; Library
Staff 1,2,3,4; Library Staff Pres. 4;
Spanish Club 3,4; Fashion Show 3;
Junior Play Prod. Staff; Senior Play
Prod. Staff.






FRANCES PRESCOTT
Girls' Service League 1,2,3,4; Art Club
2; Spanish Club 3; Fashion Show, Cast
4; Junior Play Prod. Staff; Senior Play
Prod. Staff.

TOMMY PRICE
Student Body President 4; Class Presi-
dent 1,3; Class Vice-Pres. 2; Student
Council 1,3,4; Student Council Pres. 4;
Y-Club 2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Star-
dust", Cast; Homecoming King 4; Foot-
ball Team 2; Football Bus. Mgr. 4;
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball Team
2,3,4; Captain 2; Yongester Staff,
Boys' Sports Ed.; Gator Tales Staff
3,4.






MARY RAINS
Library Club 1,2; Fashion Show 2;
Junior Pla-y Prod. Staff; Senior Play
Prod. Staff.

JENNINGS RESCH J. B."
Junior Play Prod. Staff; Senior Play
Prod. Staff.


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THEODORE RYAN Ted"
Basketball Mgr. 2,4; Minstrel Show 2;
" Arsenic and Old Lace", Cast; Variety
Show Committee.

MARILYN SHOLLAR
Class Treasurer 2; Cheerleader 3; Y-
Club 4; Keyette, Charter; Spanish Club
Treas. 3; Spanish Club Vice-Pres. 4;
Gator Tales Staff 3; Junior Play Prod.
Staff; Senior Play Prod. Staff; Basket-
ball Team 2,3; Softball Team 1,2; Track
Team 3.








ORLO SHULTZ
Senior Play Prod. Staff; Track Team
3,4; Basketball Team 3,4; Football Team
2,3,4.

ROY STOCKSTILL
Key Club 3,4; Key Club Sec'y 4; Radio
Club 1; Senior Play Prod. Staff; Foot-
ball Team 4.








NANCY THOMAS
Football Sponsor 2; Key Club Sponsor
3; Spanish Club 3,4; Fashion Show 3,4;
Junior Play Prod. Staff; Senior Play
Prod. Staff.

BRINCE TILLIS JR.
Class Treasurer 1; Key Club 4; Basket-
ball Team 2; Football Team 3,4; Co-
Captain 4.








JANE TISDALE
Student Council 1,3,4; Student Council
Sec'y 4; Class Secretary 2,3; Yongester
Staff, Club Ed.; Keyette Club; Senior
Receptionist; Gator Tales Staff 4;
Fashion Show 4; Junior Play Prod. Staff;
Senior Play Prod. Staff; Girls' State.

MALCOLM TRAXLER
Class Parliamentarian 1,4; Student
Council 1,2; Key Club 2,3,4; Y-Club
2,3,4; Y-Club Treas. 2,4; Minstrel Show
2; Junior Play Prod. Staff; Senior Play
Prod. Staff; Softball Team 1; Track
Team 3; Baseball Team 2; Basketball
Team 3,4; Football Team 2,3,4; Co-
Captain 2.


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DON VAN SICKLE
Class Treasurer 3; Key Club 3,4; Key
Club Sec'y 3; Key Club Pres. 4; Star-
dust"', Cast; Arsenic and Old Lace",
Cast; Football Team 4.

AILEEN WAGNER
Fashion Show 2; Girls' Sextette 3;
Junior Play Prod. Staff; Senior Play
Prod. Staff.









WILLIAM WELBORN
Student Council 3; Key Club 3,4; Key
Club Pres. 4; Y Club 3,4; Y Club Sec'y
4; Senior Play Prod. Staff; Baseball
Team 2,3,4; Footbqll Team 3,4.
MARIAN WENGER
Student Council 3,4; Student Council
Parl. 3; Student Council Corrs. Sec'y
4; Editor-in-Chief, Yongester; Cheer-
leader 4; Stardust", Cast; Arsenic
and Old Lace", Cast; Keyette, Charter;
Y-Club 4; S.W.S. Club 2; Girls' Service
League 2; Art Club Pres. 2; Fashion
Show 3,4.








ROBERT WESTER
Key Club 4; Arsenic and Old Lace",
Cast; Minstrel Show 2,4; Variety Show
Committee; Junior Play Prod. Staff;
Baseball Mgr. 4.
CHARLCEY MAE WILL
Girls' Service League; Fashion Show
2,3; Senior Play Prod. Staff; Track
Team 3; Volleyball Team 3.


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First Semester, Left to Right: Henry Gray-
Vice President, Douglas Dickey- President,
Peggy Wood- Secretary, Bill Carroll-
Treasurer. Camera Shy: Bill Page- Parlia-
mentarian.


Second Semester, Left to Right: Cyril Pick-
ren- Vice President, Ann Becker- Treasurer,
Carolyn Martinson- President, Mary Godwin-
Secretary, Dick Wear- Parliamentarian.


Sotp2omnorei


First Semester, Left to Right: Gordon
Smith- President, Bud Page- Executive Board
Member, Bobby Harr- Parliamentarian, Eula
Crider- Secretary, Bill Mansfield- Trea-
surer, Jimmy Stringfellow- Vice-President.


Second Semester, Left to Right: Steve
Schnell- Vice-President, Joe White- Trea-
surer, Mary Owens- Secretary, Jackie Zier-
jack- Parliamentarian, BillySchultz- Presi-
dent.


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First Semester, Left to Right: Margie
Hogan- Parliamentarian., James Mallard-
Sergeant-at-Arms, Aden Moon- President,
Lural Lowry- Secretary, Foye Radford-
Treasurer, Ernest Moon- Vice President.


Second Semester, Left to Right: Keith
Stanley- Parliamentarian, Aden Moon- Vice-
President, Virginia Price-President, Pam
Duke- Executive Board Member, Patty Smysor-
Secretary, Paula Dressier- Treasurer.






fun iori





GOOD TIMES .


Need more lights? .louder don't stumble on that step .. witness judge .
attorney .jury "one of us is lying and we both know which one" slinky black
dress verdict not guilty? who's gun? sustained exception pagan .
guilty not guilty curtains calls clap clap smashing success..
Night of January 16th but it was February JUNIOR PLAY---got enough cake?.
hurry and take your make-up off ... where's Watty? fun relaxing after so long ..
tired sleepy. PARTY after JUNIOR PLAY---don't forget your food now give
S. let's put plenty in we really are fortunate .make someone happy .
THANKSGIVING and CHRISTMAS BASKETS.


FIRST ROW, Leftto Right: H. L. Feaster, Ruth Marie Durham, Vita
Kuehn, Lois Beaty, Elizabeth Thomas, Joan Robertson, Jackie Burch,
Delores Bohannon, John Meier. SECOND ROW, Left to Right: Rollin
Hogan, Jimmy Sanders, Ann Becker, Mary Godwin, Margie Schnelle,
Mary Virgina Zipperer, Margaret Wood, Peggy Woods, Ruth Ann
Haynes, Tommy Jenkins, Mr. James Wattenbarger, Zane Hogan.
THIRD ROW, Left to Right: Henry Grey, Bill Page, Richard Wear,
Billy Tillis, Bill Carroll, Douglas Dickey, Joe Dunlap, Cyril Pickren
Jimmy Haines.







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GOOD TIMES .


How will we get outthere? bake another cake blue and white step right up and
try your luck .. whee! I got one do you think we're doing alright? Happy Hal-
loween cold night ... BOOTH at HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL---plenty of lucious food
S. hungry after cheering .nice dance like olives? wonderful to be sitting
down... getting late ... big day... BUFFET SUPPER at HOMECOMING--- swishy
formals dreamy music beautiful flowers .soft lights .lovely punch ...
program we'll be Seniors nexctyear I'llalways remember this there goes the
strains of Stardust JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM.


FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Carolyn Martinson, Sara Crown, Ina Mae
Sanders, Myrtle Hogan, Jean Merritt, Carolyn Slaton, Geraldine
Stapleton, SECOND ROW, Left to Right: Charlee Newcomer, Howard
Clyatt, Donald Riley, Paul Lagasse, James Moon, Billy Wood, Mary,
Ellen Swilley. Camera Shy: Albert Dryden, John Black, Johnny Rob-
erts, John Montesano, Bob Shaffer.


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Sophomore





BIG YEAR


Think we need more practice? louder enunciate more clearly announcer .
where's the sound effects man? more records .pull this gadget right here ....
there goes the going-off signal RADIO BROADCAST for ASSEMBLY too bad it
doesn't happen more often .nicest class I ever had vacation time see you
next year Merry Christmas .there goes the ball CHRISTMAS PARTY .
remember this has to be ready this afternoon too much wind quick, before it
blows away .where is that sign? .hurry it up, kids .brushes and paint ...
dirty faces FLOAT for HOMECOMING.


FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Donna Hackett, Jane Arnold, Barbara
Dell, Marilyn Bridges, Carmen Jenkins, Ida Mae Livengood, Rose-
mary Sawyer, Susan Cone, Edwina Hill, Joan Zinn, Johnny Ruth
Walker. SECOND ROW,Left to Right:George Beers, Jessie Foster,
HerbertCrowson, Louis Howell, Steve Schnell, Bob Harr, John Park-
hurst, Jimmy Prentice, Joe White, Carlos Jones, Tommy Evans,
Hunter Black, Glenda Garrison. THIRD ROW, Left to Right: Gordon
Smith, Dallas Deyarmond, Bill Mansfield, Jimmy Stringfellow, Mr.
Sherman, Charles Parrish, Bud Page, Allie Cone, John Eshleman.






Soophomorei


BIG YEAR


Need a big school bus everybody here? don't forget your lunch. long ride ...
there's Gold Head everybody out. whose bathing suit? ridiculous. for a boy?
never saw anything so funny. who'll be onthis team?. bet the teachers win. touch-
down. long ride back. pretty sunset. .big day. CLASS PARTY at GOLDHEAD---
you're a good politician. vote for no. yes. where's that ballot box?. hurry,
let's getthose votes counted... Dixiecrats ? yes yes ... yes NATIONAL ELECTION
in CORE CLASS---sucha big space where's that sign? needa shovel give me
some bamboo. paint. looks fine DECORATING P. K. for HOMECOMING.


First Row, Left to Right: Mary Jane Jenkins, Charlotte Smysor,
Carolyn Bridges, Betty Latimer, Jackie Zierjack, Diane Chamberlin,
Marion Clyatt, Byron Tidwell. Second Row, Left to Right: John New-
comer, Jimmy Emerson, Terry Beecher, Billy Schultz, Harold Lank-
ford, Billy Weseman, Mary Owen, Billy Hill, Mr. Sherman. Third
Row, Left to Right: John Dampier, George Will, W. C. Merritt, Eula
Crider, Luther Blake, Edith Dennison, Earl Rozier, Henry Harris.
Camera Shy: Andrew Graham, Leslie McClellen.







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WASN'T THAT FUN ?


Hurry! we have core now sh-h, mustn't disturb other classes what did you get?
. Dr. Cox plays beautifully .. have some more ginger ale? dibs on the last piece
of sherbet CHRISTMAS PARTY---liketo be psychoanalyzed? never knew I was
so odd .what does this mean? finished your skit yet? people are funny .
UNIT on PSYCHOLOGY---we'll need a good program .what shall we sell? .have
those cokes come yet? hurry, they'll leave us .Alachua isn't so far .let's put
up lots of signs umm-m dreamy music DANCE after ALACHUA CAGE TILT.


FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Gertie Mae Anderson, Shirley Jones,
Patricia Smysor, Gay Simmons, Lural Lowry, Pamela Duke, Patty
Canfield, Dorothy Cunard, Carolyn Yeats, Esther Northrop, Glenda
Hirschi. SECOND ROW, Leftto Right: Patricia Nowell, Margie Hogan,
Robert Webster, Billy Merritt, Aden Moon, Bill Saunders, Ernest
Moon, Ralph Guy, Foye Radford, Joan Beville. THIRD ROW, Left to
Right: Eston McDonnell, Malcolm Hill, John Hare, Lee Shultz, Billy
Miller, Richard Morgan, James Mallard, Billy Sheffield.








freihmen





WASN'T THAT FUN ?

Let's try'n getto core early funniestthing mightycute Santa recognize Joh-
nny?. big box lots of wrappings. .. .dig hunt ha! all day sucker for Olsen
. courtesy ninth core .CHRISTMAS PARTY never knew it took so many gad-
gets. .. how loud doyou talk over the mike ?. what big records TRIP to the RADIO
STATION- not a bad speaker fascinating, the way his hands move nice voice.
.... good platform... HEARING THURMOND SPEAK have to work fast .. never
get this big gym decorated intime swishyformals starry eyes not bad being
a Freshman biggest Hop yet FRESHMAN HOP.


FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Burrows Dolbeare, Gerald Bishop', Bud-
dy Brockenbrough, Buddy Edge, David Anderson, Buddy Zipperer, Fred
Jaeger, Jimmy Miller. SECOND ROW, Left to Right: Nancy Webster,
Margaret Bragg, Mary Alice Myers, Frankie Ayers, Miriam Kuehn,
Rita Jenkins, Paula Dressier, Barbara Bachman, Virgina Price,
Mr. Olson. THIRD ROW, Left to Right: Richard Karr, Doyle Morgan,
Gary Mattox, Alray Howard, Keith Stanley, Johnny Arnette, Roger
Crabtree. Camera Shy: Martha Lee Bridges, Thomas Letaw, Wallace
Whiting, David Karasner.






!qrade


S- -low mmpw
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: John Maines, Miller Merchant, Sally Schnell, Mary McClam-
rock, Patsy Lee Miller, Ellen Buckhannan, Betty Lou Maratto, Kenneth Morris, Arthur
Godwin. SECOND ROW, Left to Right: Bill Boltin, Miss McCracken, Martha Dressier, Jo-
Anna McKinney, Marjorie McInnis, Rebecca Hill, Jean Robertson, Lois Neller, Carolyn
Knowles, Margaret McClamrock, Elizabeth White, Robert Wood, George Hill. THIRD ROW,
Left to Right: David Fouts, Caldwell Marshall, Jimmy Dell, Gilbert Thompson, DanCox,
Wesley Larson, Jimmy Strange, John Murphee, Hal Beatey. Camera Shy: Mary Dressier,
Diane Williams.


Seven i/ ade


FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Carol Meyer, Patricia Anchors, Jean Campbell, Mary Charles
Garrett, Marjorie Karr, Donna Killinger, Judy Burch, Vern Andrews, Mary Agnes Taylor,
Gretchen Ehrmann. SECOND ROW, Left to Right: Vance Powell, Nancy Blake, Jean Shultz,
Margaret Yeats, Eleanor Ann Foster, Ann Gracy, Mary Birdie Howard, Jensene Godwin,
Suzanne Latimer, LaVern Rowlison, Mrs. McEachern. THIRD ROW, Left to Right: Robert
Little, Russell Henderson, Allan Baer, Ancil Paynes, Willard Wolfe, Tommy Bronson,
Perry Foote, Julian Smysor, Chester Lankford, Walter Godwin, Jimmy Duke. Camera Shy:
Frank Gago.


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Student council


Almost there...questions.. .answers...lots of
fun...elections...Starke...STUDENT COUNCIL
CONVENTION---let's have it Tuesday...dates
.. conflicts...solution.. .everything
straight...DEVELOPED SOCIAL CALENDAR---
President...Tommy...Vice President...Dick
. Secretaries. recording...Jane...
corresponding.. .Marian...money miser.
Doug...procedure.. .Joe...Sponsor.. .Mr.
Wattenbarger.. FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS.


President of Student Coui
TOMMY PRICE


Don't run...now judge...but I thought...no
race track...co-operation...HONOR COURT---
President...Tommy...Vice President...Dick
. .Secretary...Jane...Parliamentarian...
Joe...Sponsor...Mr, Wattenbarger...SECOND
SEMESTER OFFICERS---big year... lots done...
better next...work.. .fun... all done for
'49.



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FIRST SEMESTER
Hunter Black,
Jane Tisdale,
Dick Lagasse',
Tommy Price,
Joe Dunlap,
Douglas Dickey,
Marian Wenger,
David Anderson,
Charles Parrish,
Paul Lagasse',
Perry Foote,
Shirley Jones,
Carol Meyer,
Gordon Smith,
Bob Davidson.
Camera Shy:
Margaret Wood,
Aden Moon,
Caldwell Marshall,
Bill Boltin.


SECOND SEMESTER
Lois Beaty,
Carolyn Martinson,
Lural Lowry,
Tommy Price,
Shirley Jones,
Dick Lagasse',
Donna Killinger,
Joe Dunlap,
Jane Tisdale,
Mr. Wattenbarger,
Bob Davidson,
Virginia Price,
Gordon Smith,
Mary Bryan,
Paul Lagasse',
Hunter Black,
Perry Foote.
Camera Shy:
Dan Cox,
Billy Shultz.







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Left to Right: Mr. Phillips, Faculty Advisor, Hunter Black,
Sophomore, Dick Lagasse', Senior, Margaret Wood, Junior.
Organized by the Student Council first semester for the pur-
pose of aiding in the maintainance of school discipline.


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Projector CLlt
First Row, Left to Right: Nancy Blake, Carol
Meyer, Perry Foot, Julian Smysor.
Second Row, Left to Right: Chester Lankford,
Russel Henderson, Tommy Bronson, Bill Mans-
field.
Third Row, Left to Right: Bob Northrup, David
Krasner, Billy Miller, Weston McDonnell.
Fourth Row, Left to Right: Johnny Arnette,
Jimmy Emerson, Richard Karr, Fred Jeager,
Hunter Black, Mr. H. C. Morgan, Sponsor.
Fifth Row, Left 'to Right: John Meier, Bill
Saunders, Westly Larson, kit Beecher, Burrows
Dolbeare, John Eshelman, Alray Howard.


S/, Ptatrol

First Row, Left to Right: Vance Powell,
Bob Cherry, Joe Wise, Jimmy Duke, Westly
Larson, Philip Larson, Tom Johns, Sam Gray,
Roger Phelps.
Second Row, Left to Right: Allen Baer, Joe
Tillis, Julian Smysor, Tommy Salt, Tommy
Bronson, Walter Godwin, Chester Lankford,
Mr. H. H. Beasley, Sponsor.










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WORKING EDITORS'


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P. K..YONGE LABORATORY SCHOOL-Gainesville, Fla.
VOLUME 3-NO. 9 FEBRUARY 18, 1949


ASSEMBLING


Left to Right: Margy Hornsby-Managing
Editor, Bob Davidson-Editor-in-Chief, Ann
Emerson-Business Manager.


Seated, Left to Right: Royce Burlison, Irene Blake, Lois Beaty
Carolyn Martinson, Bill Carroll, Virginia Price.
Standing, Left to Right: Neena Black, Margie Schnelle, Bob
Davidson, Tommy Price, Mary Godwin.


First Row, Left to Right: Jo Beal, Norma Killinger, Mary Ann Dorsey, Rebecca Hill, Ina May San-
ders, Rose Marie Heyward.
Second Row, Left to Right: Mr. Hanna (Adviser), Robert Little, Jimmy Emerson, Steve Moran, Dick
Carrigan, Constance Durham, Ann Becker.
Third Row, Left to Right: George Martin, Barbara Dell, Jessie Foster, Eula Crider, Jame Arnold,
Willard Wolfe,


CATHY
COMES OUT
WITH
NEW
CREATIONS







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Editor-in-C.
Photography Assistant Editor i.l


Feature Editor Girls' Sports


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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: M. Bryan, R. M. Heyward, R. Burlison, M. Wenger,
Mr. L. F. Swift, E. Cameron, R. Arnold, T. Price. SECOND ROW, Left to Right:
I. Blake, J. Johns, J. Tisdale, M. Green, M. McInnis, M. Shollar, B. Brockenbrough,
N. Killinger, F. Boltin, M. Glass, M. Hornsby. THIRD ROW, Left to Right: J. Beal,
K. Beecher, R. Stockstill, J. Briggs, C. Andrews, D. Van Sickle, D. Lagasse', B.
Wester, D. Hester. Camera Shy: G. Becher, S. Gaddum, B. Gaddum, V. Leps, Dick
Carrigan, B. Johnson.

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Trunk: Douglas Dickey, (First Semester President) C. C. Gaines, Bill
Welborn, Malcolm Traxler. Left Arm: George Becker, Joe Dunlap,
Steve Moran. Right Arm: Tommy Price, Orlo Shultz, Jerry Briggs,
(Second Semester President). Sponsor: Mr. Charles Council.


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BASE, Left to Right: Jo Beal (Pres.), Milly Johns (Vice-Pres.),
Norma Killinger (Sec.), Nancy Marks (Treas.). TRUNK, Left to
Right: Betty Lou Morratto, Rose Arnold (Serg.-at-arms), Frances
Boltin, Marilyn Shollar, Virginia Price, Paula Dressier, Patty
Smysor, Shirley Jones. LEFT ARM: Charlotte Smysor,Mary
Bryan, Betty Brockenbrough, Ruth Ann Haynes, Ann Emerson.
RIGHT ARM: Marian Wenger, Marie Green, Ruth Marie Durham,
Peggy Woods, Margaret Wood.






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Left to Right: Miss Barbara Berkley(Sponsor), Marilyn Shollar, Mary
Bryan, Jo Beal, Norma Killinger, Marian Wenger, Royce Burlison,
Margie Schnell, Ann Becker, Mary Godwin, Mary Ann Dorsey, Edith
Cameron, Carolyn Martinson, Lois Beaty, Edwina Hill, Jackie Burch,
Jane Tisdale, Charlotte Smysor, Joan Robertson, Terry Beecher, Jane
Arnold, Ruth Ann Haynes, Martine Glass, Delores Bohannon, Miriam
McInnis. Camera Shy: Virginia Leps.








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Left to Right: Malcolm Traxler, George Martin, Henry Gray, Tommy
Price, Paul Lagasse', Bob Northrup, Dick Carrigan, Roy Stockstill,
Bob Wester, Brince Tillis, Joe Dunlap, Steve Moran, Douglas Dickey,
Bill Welborn, Don Van Sickle, Bob Johnson, C. C. Gaines, Bill Page,
Hunter Black, Dick Lagasse', Bill Mansfield, Gordon Smith, Tommy
Evans, Dick Wear, Mr. Julian Olsen (Sponsor).


President President
Frist Semester Second Semester
Bill Welborn Don Van Sickle


Luncheon Meeting





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Left to Right: Nancy Blake, Jean Campbell, June Reddy, Lois Beaty, Carolyn
Knowles, Catherine Parrish, Norma Killinger, Betty Jo Gardener, Pat Anchors,
Susan Latimier, Carol Meyer, Donna Killinger.

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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Miriam McInnis, Norma Killinger
(Pres.), Frances Boltin (Vice-Pres.), Mrs. Boutelle (Sponsor),
Mary Ann Dorsey, Barbara Dell, Carolyn Bridges, Susan Cone,
Rosemary Sawyer, Marilyn Bridges, Betty Brockenbrough, Ann
Emerson. BACK ROW, Left to Right: Willard Wolfe, AncilPayne.
CAMERA SHY: Virginia Leps (Sec.-Treas.).




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Bill Page, Joe Dunlap, Senor Trujillo (Sponsor). SECOND ROW, Left to Right: Peggy Woods,
Margaret Wood, Elizabeth Thomas, Billy Tillis, Lois Beaty, Mary Virginia Zipperer. THIRD
ROW, Left to Right: Vita Keuhn, Bill Carroll, Douglas Dickey.
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SEATED, Left to Right: Susan Cone, Edwina Hill, Joan Zinn. STAND-
ING, Left to Right: Bob Davidson, Barbara Dell, Mrs. Laird (Sponsor).




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FIRST FIRST ROW, Left to
Right: Edith Cameron an
Rose Marie Heyward,
Catherine Parrish,
Nancy Thomas, NancyBohan-
Marks, Martine Glass.
SECOND ROW, Left to
Right: Ann Emerson, Marilyn Shollar, Betty Brockenbrough, Norma Killinger, Frances Boltin,
Kay Eutsler. THIRD ROW, Left to Right: Senor Trujillo (Sponsor), Henry Gray, Joe White.
Kay Eutsler. THIRD ROW, Left to Right: Senor Trujillo (Sponsor), Henry Gray, Joe White.





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Betty Brockenbrough (Pres.), Rose Arnold (Vice-Pres.), Catherine
Parrish (Sec-Treas.), Edith Cameron, Frances Prescott, Neena
Black, Connie Durham, Peggy Harter, Jessie Foster. CAMERA
SHY: Jo Beal, Rosemary McDonell.


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SEATED, Left to Right: Jensene Godwin, VernAndrews, Judy Burch,
La Verne Rowlison, Gretchen Ehrmann. STANDING, Left to Right:
Marjorie Karr, Donna Killinger, Jean Shultz, Pat Anchors, Ann
Gracy, Carol Meyer.


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Our First eleven manfootballteam practice, practice and still more practice
. .. tired muscles, tired boys but you watch out for them Friday night win
or lose, we're proud of them why? they're theboys from P. K. they have
the good old fighting' spirit of '49.


FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Jerry Briggs, Lee Shultz, Doug Dickey, Tommy Evans,
Buddy Brockenbrough, Henry Grey, Charles Parrish, Bill Mansfield, Andrew Graham.
SECOND ROW, Left to Right: Herbert Crowson, Bill Page, Allie Cone, Brince Tillis,
Orlo Shultz, Tommy Jenkins, George Becker, Dick Lagassee', Jack Salt, Billy Schultz.
THIRD ROW, Left to Right: Bud Zipper, Joe Dunlap, Malcom Traxler, C. C. Gaines,
Steve Moran, Bill Welborn, Roy Stockstill, Don Hester, Richard Wear, Don Van Sickle,
Gordon Smith.


P. K. Yonge
Sept. 24
Oct. 1
Oct. 8
Oct. 15
Oct. 23
Oct. 29
Nov. 5


SEASON'S RECORD
Opponents
6 Ocala
26 Crescent City
13 Fletcher
7 Inverness
25 Hastings
6 Starke
34 Cross City


Charlie Council
Backfield Coach


Julian Olsen
Head Coach


Broughton Williams
"Brute"
Line Coach


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CO-CAPTAINS
Brince Tillis Dick Lagasse
Right Guard Center


Bill Welborn
Orlo Shultz Fullback
Left Halfback


Donald Hester
Fullback


Malcolm Traxler
Right End


Steve Moran
Left End


Doug Dickey
Quarterback
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Right Halfback


Joe Dunlap
Right Halfback


Jerry Briggs
Quarterback


C. C. Gaines
Right End


George Becker
Left Guard








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Left Tackle


Roy Stockstill
Right Tackle





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Jo Ann


Jackie


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Chee,/eackee.


Marian


Left to Right: Jackie Burch, Marian Wenger, Mary Godwin, Ann Emerson (Co-Head),
Jo Beal (Co-Head), Elizabeth Thomas, Shirley Jones, Pam Duke.


Oh, my aching back ... my knees just give away
when I go climb stairs ... let's do that cheer
just once more I wonder who willbe the final
eight? .. .CHEERLEADER TRYOUTS more
crepe paper? .over a little to the right ...
we'llnever make itby game time DECORAT-
ING FOOTBALL FIELDS ... rain... soaked
clear through ... happy .. sore throat ...
CRESENT CITY CLASH ... Rah! Rah!... got
a ride to the out- of-town game ? big team .
yell a little louder .BASKETBALL SEASON.
S. the end has come ... our yelling done ...
all was done, with loads of fun.


Fight


Blue !


White!


Come on




team


Shirley


Pam


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SEATED, Left to Right: Bill Mansfield (Manager), Hunter Black, Charles Parrish, Orlo
Shultz, Tommy Price, Tommy Evans, Teddy Ryan (Manager). STANDING, Left to Right: Don
Hester, Jerry Briggs, Billy Schultz, Steve Moran, Bobby Gray, Doug Dickey, Joe Dunlap,
Coach Olsen.
SEASON'S RECORD


Opponents
Fletcher
Fla. Fresh.
Melrose
Bolles
Waldo
Cross City
G. H. S.
Cross City
Ocala
Inverness
Alachua
G. H. S.
Melrose
Waldo
Fletcher
Ocala
Alachua
Inverness
Fla. Fres.
St. Pauls
(Dist. Tourn.)
G. H. S.
(Benefit Game)


P. K.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.


Yonge
7
11
14
15
18
21
22
25
29
30
1
5
8
11
12
15
19
21
28
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Co-Captain
Guard


Tommy Price
Right Forward


Malcolm Traxler
Center


Orlo Shultz
Co-Captain
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Left Forward


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Center


Joe Dunlap
Right Forward


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Jerry Briggs
Left Forward


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"New Faces"


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Sleepy Bob taking the hurdles


Will Bob, Don or Orlo win?


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On the tennis court


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On the handball court


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On the diamond





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On the alleys


On the Hardwood On the floor


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Where's Mary, our captain?..hurry it up, girls...destination La-Cross...spike it, Ruth Ann!..
first two games won...one more to go...Whoopee, we did it!!!COUNTY VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS.


JUNIOR TEAM


INTERMEDIATE TEAM
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Our four Yongesters . win or lose, we do it with the Spirit of '49 ..
. HIGH SCHOOL STATE TENNIS TOURNAMENT.


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I wonder if they'll look that spry at the end of the season? . practice, practice,
and more practice here's hoping we're the County Champs? .... PROSPEC-
TIVE SOFTBALL TEAM.



























Practice County track meet.


Make it a ringer, Lois .


One, two, three, push! .


Don't let it go by again .


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junior C/as play,
NIGHT OF JANUARY 16TH


" and I helped to kill him."


"One of us is lying, and we both know which one."


"I ask you to return---murder in the first degree!"





ARSEor
ARSENIC


AND OLD
AND OLD


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"Won't you have some of our elderberry wine? "


"Maybe you're not going to marry me, but I'm going to marry you!!"


Hard at work behind the scenes.




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Chriismnai pageant


Singing voices .... anxious children with happy hearts .... angel wings
and shepherd staffs .... the shining star to guide .. reminds all of CHRIST -
MASTIDE.


"Would you please share your jug of water with the Christ Child?"




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The constant whir of sew-
ing machines . clip
and baste .. stitch and
rip . will this ever
look like a dress? ....
at last. a smashing
success. HOME EC.
FASHIONS OF '49.


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Our King and Queen .


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Junior float Dogpatch style


coming


Whole school turns out!
Whole school turns out!


Even royalty has its troubles.


Trailer full of "Spirit"


P. K. will dish it out.


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With a new coach .... comes a new team .... and new ex-
periences .... THIRD ANNUAL FOOTBALL BANQUET....


Young and old .. both love to eat. ..
and be together ..


. and laugh .


Receiving their hard earned letters . are our graduating seniors
.... they will never be forgotten ..


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School activities are never over . working in the library . play practice
in the auditorium .. teachers grading papers . lights shine . to lead
the way . to knowledge.


Quiet halls . soft reflecting lights ..
. Closed lockers . low murmurs .
. a squeaking door night life- at P. K.


Like statues . carved in stone .the
happy memories of our library .... will live
in our hearts, forever.


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Blondhair . browneyes .. striking
personality .. .. proves winning combi-
nation. Key Club sponsor . Mary
Godwin .... "Queen of the Flower Festi-
val. "


Leadership... citizenship. patriot-
ism .. well rounded personality .
found all in one . Who? .. Mary
Bryan ."D. A. R. Award."


Originality . expression .. enunci-
ation. hours of practice . city .
. county . district . second in
state .. Ann Emerson . "American
Legion Oratorical Contest."
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Nose for news. eye for interest ..
a zing for words .. a master of de-
69 scription VirginiaLeps. ,"Young-
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Think they've changed?


Play ball!


Can you guess who?


Having fun? .


These women drivers .


Where's the Easter bunny?


Kindergarten: Miss Dunn's biggest headache!


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Ready for a party .


Ahh. what weather
Won't ya have an orange?


Third Grade: Four years later still the same!


Ridin' his pedal pony...














We, the Senior class of P.K. Yonge, being of instructed minds, decomposing
memory and almost superatomic understanding, declare and make public this,
our last will and testament, hereby revoking and making senseless all other
class wills andpromises spoken. We willand bequeath to the faculty our love,
honor, and obedience, but especially to our principal and our Senior sponsor,
the wish that their days may be more enjoyable and their nights more restful,
for they need no longer worry about us.

To the Juniors we will our Senior Privileges (Joke), our special seats in assembly and
above all, our beloved Shakespeare.

We, the Seniors, leave to Mr. Swift the privilege of being guardian to Shakespeare.

CARL ANDREWS leaves his blond "good looks" and smooth line to HENRY GRAY to help
HENRY win someone to whom he can give his "Y" sweater. ROSE ARNOLD leaves the fiery
ball she throws to "RED" DENTON to add to his own ability so that P.K. will have a smash-
up baseball team. JO BEAL wills her cheerleader sweater to JACKIE BURCHhoping JACKIE
will have more luck holding it down. GEORGE BECKER leaves his big fish catch to MAR-
GARET WOOD, the better to catch something else. KIT BEECHER wills his northern accent
to MARJORIE SCHNELLE who talks like a blond "rebel." NEENA BLACK leaves her infec-
tious laugh to DELORES BOHANNON who always seems to have something to laugh about.
IRENE BLAKE leaves her portable, her eraser, and her copy sheets to next year's annual
typist. FRANCES BOLTINleavesher flaming tresses to ELIZABETH THOMAS who is many
boys' little flame. RAMONA BOOZER wills her winning smile to MARY ELLEN SWILLEY
to add to her numerous charms. JERRY BRIGGS leaves his title of a wit to JOE DUNLAP
who is already half of one. BETTY BROCKENBROUGH wills her athletic abilities that she
hasn't already taken to college to RUTH MARIE DURHAM so she can hold the "Athletic
Honors." MARY BRYAN leaves her soft southern accent to PAUL LAGASSE' so that he can
lengthen his string of admirers. ROYCE BURLISON bequeaths her sweet, patient ways of
getting along with all the teachers and students to GERALDINE STAPLETON. EDITH CAM-
ERON leaves her pep and pulchritude to BILL PAGE. DICK CARRIGAN leaves his store of
knowledge to PEGGY WOODS so she will know for sure with whom she has her next date.
BOB DAVIDSON and ANN EMERSON leave the funds for GATOR TALES to CAROLYN MAR-
TINSON with strict instructions not to take up their habits and embezzle the funds. MARY
ANN DORSEY leaves her natural blond hair to JOHN MEIER who is "dying" to be a blond.
CONSTANCE DURHAM bequeaths her ability to act all the time to BETTY JO GARDINER.
KAY EUTSLER leaves flirtatious eyes to any Junior girl. Beware boys. BETTY GADDUM
leaves the roads in Hibiscus Park to a certain Junior who seems to be eternally scouting
them. SHIRLEY GADDUM leaves to DON RILEY an amazing adeptness in the field of art.
After all, RILEY'S got to have some means of support when he grows up. C.C. GAINES was
broke----who cares aboutthe Juniors anyway ..... MARTINE GLASS can't decide which to
leave the Lincoln or Oakley BOB GRAY leaves the forty-eight hour day which he
invented to CYRIL PICKREN so he will have twice as much time to loaf. MARIE GREEN
leaves to the Juniors her sweet disposition don't laugh, it might help! PEG HARTER,
with a few exceptions, leaves her lovely wardrobe to JOAN ROBERTSON who can add it to
her own and start a department store. DON HESTER leaves his surplus potential energy to
JIMMY SANDERS, provided he will use it to the best of his ability. ROSE MARIE HEYWARD
leaves gleefully the headaches she has acquired with this will to next year's Feature Editor.








MARGY HORNSBY leaves her soapto the Junior girlwhowants to be heralded, "She's lovely,
she's engaged, she uses soap." JEANETTE JOHN bequeaths her four-year-old stick of gum
to any brave iron-jawed soul who will claim it. MILLY JOHNS leaves her big brown eyes
to SARAH CROWN in hopes they will bring even more profit than blue ones. BOB JOHNSON
leaves his cowlick to anyone who wants it. NORMA KILLINGER wills her sense of humor to
JIMMY HAINES because humor is the only thing you can see in HAINES' car. DICK LAGASSE'
wills his quality of good leadership to JOHNNY ROBERTS, the better to lead that "certain
somebody" on. VIRGINIA LEPS wills her little black notebook to PEGGY WOODS. Do you
plan to keep notes or telephone numbers in it, PEGGY ? ROSEMARY MC DONNELL leaves
the University of Florida to anybody who'll have it. MIRIAM MC INNIS leaves her secret
formula for catching men to MARY VIRGINIA ZIPPERER. Take good care of it now,MARY
VIRGINIA. NANCY MARKS wills her attractive voice to JACK SALT so he can "sound off"
in gym without causing anyone to go deaf. TOOKIE MARTIN wills his way with the women to
ROLLIN HOGAN, hoping he can do more with it. STEVE MORAN hopes he can leave his
consistent tardiness to somebody. JOAN MORGAN leaves her ability to use long words and
not know the meaning of themto H.J. FEASTER, BOB NORTHRUP wills his stripes and cell
number to JAMES WOOD and TOMMY JENKINS. CATHERINE PARRISHleaves her innocent
look to JEAN MERRIT. FRANCES PRESCOTT just hopes she'll be able to leave. TOMMY
PRICE leaves the "jitney" to BILL CARROLL; that is, if he wants it. MARY RAINS leaves
her ability to get a permanent boy-friend to MYRTLE HOGAN. J. B. RESCH wills his unof-
ficialholidays to the State Board of Education. They need them. TED RYAN leaves his warmed
over Hot-Rod to anybody who gets through next year's Driver Education class. MARILYN
SHOLLAR leaves! As did RHESA BOSTICK. ORLO SHULTZ leaves his blushing ability to
ANN BECKER who was suffused by the "Crimson Tide." STOCKSTILL, ROY leaves his slow
gait and stopping ability to BILL PAGE. Hope you aren't too late for lunch, BILL. NANCY
THOMAS leaves her sister "Lizzie" the rite of taking half the class out to lunch in their
CADILLAC. BRINCE TILLIS bequeaths his broad shoulders to his brother BILLY so BILLY
can rival Lil' Abner. JANE TISDALE leaves her annual position on the student council to
DOUG DICKEY. Then he'll have two. MALCOLM TRAZLER leaves his extra long legs to
HENRY GRAY. Now maybe he can get ahead. DON VAN SICKLE leaves his unrealized powers
as apolicitian to FULLER WARREN. Too many have already realized Warren's. AILEEN
WAGNER leaves her velvety vocal chords to someone in next year's SENIOR CHOIR. BILL
WELBORN leaves his craving for disputes with the student teacher to MARY GODWIN be-
cause he won't have student teachers anymore. MARIAN WENGER wills her butterfly net,
straight jacket and Napoleonhat to the next editor of the annual----(Whoopee! I'm free!) The
part of "Teddy" in "Arsenic and Old Lace" goes from BOBBY WESTER to JOHN DUNLAP.
There will be an inheritance tax as the part would be no good free of "Charge !" CHARLCEY
MAE WILL'S her fleet-footedness to JEAN MERRIT so she can keep ahead of the boys she
doesn't like. THE SENIOR CLASS leaves to Mr. COWART their permission to fumigate the
school after Graduation.


And now the time has come to give up that which we hold dearest. To the

Juniors we leave our honored place in school as Seniors and the success a

good honest Senior is entitled to. We also will you the faculty who will help

and guide you with loving care and understanding. Last but not least we leave

"our memories."





L/aJJ ,Prophecuy
In a cavern, in a canyon, excavating for a mine,
Dwelt some foremen, our instructors, and the crew of forty-nine.
They were mining for the riches which are gathered in your mind.
Every crewman was a person storing gold of his own kind.
Since we know what was collected in that mine of forty-nine,
Then we know what is expected of each one and in what line.
Our imagination spans twenty years and we see:
CarlAndrews as president of the Coca-Cola Corporation. Seems as though he got so much
experience in selling cokes this year that he knewmore about the business than anyone else.
Rose Arnold, world renowned artist, who recently hung her famous painting "The Mag-
nificent Earlobe" in the art gallery of the Smithsonian Institute.
Jo Beal was recently laid away. She died of shock after winning the Women's World Tennis
Title.
George Becker. Oh no! We don't see him. He disappeared while landing a 50 pound bass.
Kit Beecher in Reno. His wife got tired of living in "The Snake Pit."
Neena Black, an occupational therapist. Not one of her patients has died of the "Black Death."
Irene Blake, who while working efficiently as a private secretary, trapped her boss for
a spouse.
Frances Boltin as a teacher in the bowling alley teaching her class to get all the pins.
Bowling or fraternity?
Ramona Boozer's husband Briggs home the bacon every night.
Jerry Briggs on a professional basketball team with the best record in history. Since
Jerry ate too many vitamins by mistake, he grew another ten inches which made his services
quite valuable to the team.
Betty Brockenbrough still enjoys riding regularly. In fact she rides constantly. Hey, "Some
Dirty Dog Put Glue on the Saddle!"
Mary Bryan, best all-round, has become all "round." Mary, Mary, quite contrary, Where
did your figure go?
Royce Burlison at 37. She's still a willowy woman with a wasp waist.
Edith Cameron who has become a celebrated dramatist with a famous husband on the side.
Dick Carrigan has become a foreign correspondent in the Russian sector of Berlin. He
hasn't been deported yet.
Bob Davidson as the editor of a metropolitan paper, "Davidson's Daily Dirtsheet." His
experience as GATOR TALES editor evidently came in handy.
Mary Ann Dorsey, after getting her B.S., is still working on her M.R.S. degree.
Connie Durhamas a Presbyterian missionary in the Belgian Congo, leading a group of
patient pigmies.
Ann Emerson, who has graduatedfrom "Teen Time Talks"and is now a successful rival
to Mr. Anthony.
Kay Eutsler's flawless complexion has won recognition. Her face appears as a testimony
for the 14 day Palmolive Plan.
Betty Gaddum, a concert pianist, touring the country. She also teaches a few promising
proteges.
Shirley Gaddum doing art work for "Better Homes and Gardens" while also running her
own home and garden.
C.C. "Gaines "--attention everywhere he goes because of his resemblance to Tyrone Power.
Martine Glass as the designer of the "original 'Glass' bathing suits."
Bobby Gray at the heighth of his ambition living a life of ease. He married a wealthy heiress.
Marie Green has made a fortune charging admission to her Newman Lake front property..
Peggy Harter. Now that she has picked "the one" all her other suitors call her "Heart-
less Harter."
Don Hester is in an institution sketching battle maneuvers as Napoleon.
Rose Marie Heyward who finally has a car of her own to travel between G'ville and Newberry.
Margy Hornsby didn't take long to change her name after leaving P.K. and she -hasn't
changed it since.
Jeanette Johns thinks that there is no place like home.
Milly Johns in a South American Prison for burning down a night club with her hotiRhumba





Bob Johnson, a physician well-known for his discovery of another miracle drug. Will
wonders never cease? It stops the sniffle, cancer, tuberculosis--it even stops breathing.
Norma Killinger has replaced half the sound effect devices in Spike Jones' crew. We al-
ways knew Norma had some kind of talent.
Dick Lagasse' running stop streets right and left. Won't he ever give that old car a
"Brake?"
Virginia Leps with the coveted title of the highest paid society editor alive. That memo
pad came in handy.
Rosemary McDonnell, the new attraction at a swanky night club who plays the piano after
her day job of teaching dancing at Arthur Murray's school.
Miriam McInnis and hear her at the Metropolitan Opera House, telling the stage manager
how to decorate the stage and singing light opera at the same time.
Nancy Marks as a star tennis player and star housewife. She can't decide which she en-
joys most--tennis court or kitchen.
Tookie Martin, a millionaire who has made his money on "two bit" words like the ones
he used in his GATOR TALES column in "'49."
Steve Moran making millions from the Ajax Peroxide Company for saying that his hair
is peroxided.
Joan Morgen, who, with her nose for news, has become a famed gossip columnist.
Bob Northrup as a successful engineer saving his money to build a little ranch in the
Everglades.
Catherine Parrish who is definitely in the "public eye" because she is one of the new
cover girls on "Harpers' Bazaar." We knew Catherine's pretty face and winning smile would
guarantee her a bright future.
Frances Prescott, happy in her "little cottage not too far, allfencedin like a movie star"
with the man of her'dreams.
Tommy Price grew a beard just to give his girl a rough time.
Mary Rains, being interviewed by "Good Housekeeping" on the subject of "Perfect House-
keeping from the Voice of Experience."
J.B. Resch is a professor teaching prospective mechanics all there is to know about
a motor.
Ted Ryan is now the director of a famous minstrel show that's touring the country. Keep
'em laughing, Ted.
Marilyn Shollar is the highest paid secretary in the country. Is it your business ability
or your cute face that pays the high salary, Marilyn?
Oilo Shultz is playing "All American" football in the fall and posing for the "After Charles
Atlas course" pictures in the spring.
Roy Stockstill has worked his way through college as Macy's Santa Claus.
Nancy Thomas, still a Powers Model.
Brince Tillis's name appears on all the pictures that were formerly painted by Norman
Rockwell.
Jane Tisdale, now the firstwoman president of a large business concern. No wonder her
friends call her "Busy Tizzy."
Malcolm Traxler holding a job as a pro basketball player but he often forgets which
basket belongs to his team.
Don Van Sickle, an up and coming lawyer who occasionally condescends to give the pres-
ent P. K. Y. student body a few tips for success.
Aileen Wagner touring the country in the "Grand Ole Opry Company."
Bill Welborn, the president of a large chain of department stores. He's come a long way
since he sold men's goods at Belks.
Marian Wenger was last seen the day after the annual was put out running north, yelling
bloody murder.
Bobby Wester must be a pretty important fellow. His grin greets us from the full page
"man of distinction" ad for Lord Calvert every time we glance through a magazine.
Charlcey Mae Will won a championship for being Florida's fleet-footedest female.
Lastly we see all the members looking back through tears of brine,
At the year when they were Seniors in the Class of Forty-Nine.





















Best All-Round
Mary and Tommy


Done the Most for P. K.
Rose and Bob
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Betty and Don



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Edith and Don



















Wittiest
Norma and Tommy


Flirtiest
Neena and George


Friendliest
Rose Marie and Dick


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Prettiest Eyes
Kay and C. C.


Most Dependable
Miriam and Carl


Best Figure and Physique
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Prettiest Hair
Peg and Steve


Cutest
Marilyn and Bob


Best Dancers
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HOME EC. COOKING LAB.
Now, blend in the dry ingredients.


Jiround ihe foc/ z


TIME FOR SCHOOL
Don't tell us you study!? -A l


LATIN EXAM, NO DOUBT
Burning the midnight oil.














SCHOOL DANCE
AFTER A GAME
Soft Music join us?


BETWEEN HALVES
AT OCALA BASKETBALL GAME.
We're goin' to do 1-2-3-4.


VARIETY SHOW PRACTICE
"I'm going to dance off both my shoes."
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MIDMORNING BREAK.
Catching up on the school news.


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JUNIOR CLASS RINGS ARRIVE
Hey, you all, my ring has come!










DINNER TIME
p Hurry, you'll be late to class













STUDENT ASSEMBLY
Hot debate over new name
#* for athletic teams.


FANS WATCHING SPRING
BASEBALL PRACTICE
Come on .. hustle first that ball.


" INTERSQUAD FOOTBALL GAME
Let's get in there and fight . big team.


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I 1. Where are your wings,
Norma?
2. Just resting on the tackle
box .
3. You're right--our bathing
beauties!
4. Yep-they're part of our team!
5. Any resemblance to Davidson--
coincidental!!
6. Vacant looking, isn't it?
7. They've come a long way.
8. Just one big mob .
9. Coach and his little major-
ette .
10. Hey-look up and grin--
11. Somebody told a funny one---
12. This is P. K.!!!


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1. Get that ball!
2. How 'bout a tennis game?
3. Just two old maids from the
Sr. Play.
4. Yum-Yum-Dick's birthday cake.
5. Who took this one ? ?
6. The G. S. L. Drive was a big
success.
7. The Cheerleaders' little mascot.
8. Somebody's gonna get smashed!!
9. Is that the way you all play foot-
ball ? ??
10. How are sales today--Boys?
11. Our big team .
12. At the close of the day .

























1. The smiling pair--
2. Now look-that's my head!
3. No--it isn't Fairyland.
4. One less head .
5. .. Just after a swim .
6. Santa and the music makers.
7.... "Now the day we went to
St. Augustine. "
8. Now Tommy, don't take it so
hard.
9. Just advertising "Cross City
Soup."
10. All dressed up for pictures .
11. Nice view, isn't it?
















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1. All ready for tennis--?
2. The Sophs on a picnic .
3. Our co-captains--- Lagasse'
and Tillis.
4. Did Steve make a basket?
5. Fightin' Spirits of '49.
6.... Just sunbathing .
7. Say .. what's this???
8. Out for an afternoon stroll.
9. Riding in the Homecoming
parade ..
10. Another basket for P. K.!
11 .... The old Alma Mater .

























The prospector has found his gold.
The student has reached his goal. There
will never be another year quite like this
one, this year of '49. For many it will be
their last year at P. K. Yonge and for
others there is the bright promise of
many more.

This year we grew a little older and a
little wiser. We learned that victory is
all the sweeter after defeat, that joy can
follow sorrow, that disappointments lead
finally to success. And so, still treasur-
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