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 Yongester staff
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    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Dedication
        Page 1
    Title Page
        Page 2-3
    Yongester staff
        Page 4-5
    Front Matter
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
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        Page 11
        Page 12
    Faculty
        Page 13
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        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
    Classes
        Page 19
        Page 20
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    Organizations
        Page 37
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    Sports
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    Features
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DEDICATION


For his sincere understanding and endless encour-
agement in working for well rounded student
growth through scholastic, athletic, and social
activities, we,the Class of 1951,dedicate our edition
of the YONGESTER to Mr. William L. Goette.







AN ANNUAL


P. K. YONGE
LABORATORY SCHOOL
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA


A record, a reminder, a greeting. We hope it will
be something of each for you, and-that you will
say with us "Well done in fifty-one."




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JANE HUNTER, Editor-in-Chief


GORDON SMITH, Assistant Editor-in-Chief


Never will forget it deadline,
deadline,last minute work... where's
that picture?? can't you type
any faster, Betty?? take a break
... Florida Room and cawfee. Art
Editors, Allin and Jimmy, laugh so
hard at drawings, can't finish them ...
fine predicament motto, "Early to
bed", etc our "office" don't
trip over that bookcase radio
louder, please who's been in
my file ?? the hidden key .
'Money Bags' Susan and her financial
reports Bill's "Smile please" proves
successful Arnold and her famous
"snapshot contest", HA!! Tommy's


car turns model B. A.'s work day
nets profit, kills all .Carmen and
Joan salvage Gainesville's paper .
Allie and Herbert cook best popcorn
. thank goodness for erasers .
Edwina's drawl standard joke ..
Charlotte authority on girl's athletics
. anybody got a pencil sharpener?
. Smitty and his file "chaos" .
'Slave-driver' Hunter and her bull
whip Mr. Swift's comments amuse
all ... .excitement never a dull
moment inspiration .. ideas...
eyelids droop night watchman's
familiar "Gotta lock up" ... I'm tired
... Let's go home ...


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JANE ARNOLD, Feature Editor


TERRY BEECHER, Classes and Faculty Editor
TERRY BEECHER, Classes and Faculty Editor


SUSAN CONE, Financial Secretary


JIMMY STRINGFELLOW, Art Editor


CHARLOTTE SMYSOR, Girls' Sports Editor


TOMMY EVANS, Boys' Sports Editor


BUSINESS STAFF-BACK ROW: Marilyn Bridges, George Beers,
Glenda Garrison, Johnnie Ruth Walker. FRONT ROW: Barbara
Ann Dell, Carmen Jenkins, Carolyn Bridges.


BILL MANSFIELD, Photography Editor


BETTY LATIMER, Copy Editor


MR. L F. SWIFT, Faculty Advisor


EDWINA HILL, Organizations Editor












1932
legislature appropriates funds for Laboratory School site:
Gainesville objects: development of happy, wholesome, individ-
uals capable of living together successfully and efficiently in a demo-
cratic society observation and learning of prospective teachers
S. September, 1934 ... doors open school bears name of noted
educator students enrolled from kindergarten to twelfth grade
four hundred and fifty students faculty, twenty-seven .
first grads number twenty-six modern methods of teaching .
core-curriculum introduced ... variety of enriching experiences .
in music in art family living dramatics applied arts
.. servicee clubs field trips class parties visual aids ...
counseling, guidance community projects and activities ..
student participation in government ... sports-outstanding ... inter-
scholastic football basketball track baseball studies
offer high goals math science business languages
school grows in every phase present enrollment five
hundred... faculty, thirty-four.. .Our Year...

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MR. C. LEE EGGERT, PRINCIPAL


In the driver's seat of P. K. Yonge,
heading the faculty of thirty-four plus the
five hundred problem passengers we find
Principal C. Lee Eggert...co-operative
supporter of all school activities...knows
his education navigation...has earned the
respect and the affection of the entire
student body...contributing richly to
P. K.'s good health and achievement.
Assistant Principal Mr. Harry M. Brad-
ley...ably took over position in mid-year
...capable, congenial, always willing
to listen to the troubled...always ready
with the helpful answer.


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Mr. Leonard F. Swift..."Gus"...beacon
light to the best roads of life...esteemed and
loved by all...Senior Core...YONGESTER 5
Sponsor...twelfth grade guide and counselor
and friend.
Mr. John T. Lovell...eleventh Core... MR. LEONARD F. SWIFT
new at P. K....storehouse of new ideas in M
English and History ...sponsors Student
Council.
Mr. David H. Sherman.. .tenth Core...
tests, reports, knowledge...knows the magic
of merriment...leaving P. K. after three
years...will be truly missed.
Ninth Core...Mr. Eugene Kitching...
Head of Core Curriculum.. .encourages field
trips and research ...leads classes to ex-
panding achievements.
Miss Mary Ruth McCracken... seventh Core
...artistic.. .sincerely and actively interest-
ed in students...always willing to help where MR. JOHN T. LOVELL
help is needed...leaving after serving P.K. R
three years... won't be easy to replace...Mrs.
Eunice Calhoun...eighth grade Core teacher
...friendly, jolly...always willing to do
more than the job...loved by class.


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MR. DAVID H. SHERMAN


MR. EUGENE PITCHING









SMMrs. Gladys Laird Algebra I, II ... quick,
alert, thorough ... holding high the top stand-
ards Mr. Wayland B. Phillips .. Algebra

A C nH Trigonometry .. sponsors Dramatics Club ...
Thas knack of making study exciting.
Physics Mr. Amos E. Acre progressive
MRS. GLADYS LAIRD in thought and procedure imaginative, in-
MR. WAYLAND PHILLIPS genius left for Jacksonville ... Mr. William
L. Goette General Science, Biology, Chemis-
try, and filled in Physics position busy,
C busy, busy but never too busy to take on
another job or hold out a helping hand .
rich in heart and spirit.
E Mr. C. W. Knight... Shop, Mechanical Draw-
N ing ... practical ... fun in class ... gets much
accomplished.
C Mrs. Kelsey H. Ingle Home Economics
E MR. AMOS ACRE I, II ... cooking, sewing, character building ...
* MR. WILLIAM GOETTE has part in every girls' education ... sincerely
A interested in each.
Librarian Mrs. Dorothy McEaddy .
R sponsors Library Club offers latest books
T and reading material .. new at P. K....
Mrs. Geraldine Bryan .. Art ... opens door to
S beauty and brings beauty to all corners of school
. makes work a pleasure.
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Mrs. Laird.. .friend, Roman, countryman...
Latin 1, Latin 2...Junior Classical League spon-
sor...best Mulsum maker this side of Rome...
Mr. Heitzman.. .teaches Spanish 1...new this
year at P.K...conscientious and admired for
maintaining a lively class..."Buenos tardes,
Alumnos"...familiar greeting from our Senor
Trujillo...Jr. Hi Spanish, and Spanish 2...
quick sense of humor...sponsors Spanish 2 Club
...known and liked for his understanding and
interest.
Miss Braddy...teaches shorthand, offi ce
machines, and business law...outstanding in ac-
complishing goals...sparkling personality...
Mrs. McAbee... typing. ..efficient...keeps her
classes stepping high...warm smile...well-
liked by all.
Mr. Julian Olson...head coach...teaches,
not only our sports, but good sportsmanship first,
last and always...advisor and confidant... Miss
Joyce Hammond...girls' physical education
sponsor "Y" Club and cheerleading squad...in-
troduced many new sports and activities in P. K.
...admired for her sincerity and good judgement
...Gene Bolick..."Bo"... football, coach...
drives hard for a good team...gets things d.ne
well... looked up to for his good advice...a pal
to all.
"Let's get on the ball"...bywood of our band
director, Mr. Reid Poole....enthusiastic interest
in the students.. .expert on school spirit.., com-
poser of our fight song "Cheer for P.K. YONGE"
..Vic Karhu...assistant director of our band...
drill perfectionist.. .friend to all...always ready
to help.
"Directed by Mrs. Catherine Murphree"...
familiar heading on music programs...mixed
chorus, girls' glee club, ensembles, soloists,
et al...sponsors assembly committee...does
P. K. proud with her fine productions.


Mrs. Gladys Laird, Mr. Joeseph Heitz-
man, Senor Vidal Trujillo


Mrs. Paula McAbee, Miss Vauncille
Braddy


Mr. Julian Olson, Miss Joyce Hamm-
ond, Mr. Gene Bolick


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A Elementary teachers: L. to R. Miss Wilda Mack, Mrs. Myrna" Hustad,
Miss Blanche Skinner, Miss Lucy Nulton, Miss Manette Swett, Mrs.
R Ruth Peeler, Miss Mary Walker, Mrs. Maud Watkins.


Elementary teachers...those who so dili-
N gently and patiently brought us where we are
now...Miss Wilda Mack, fourth grade...
Mrs. Myrna Hustad, kindergarten.. .Miss
RBlanche Skinner, second grade...MissLucy
Nulton, third grade...Miss Manette Swett,
S kindergarten...Mrs. Ruth Peeler, first garde
...Miss Mary Walker, sixth grade.. .although
E .not shown, Mrs. Maud Watkins, fifth grade
S"' teacher, is here in thought.
Mrs. Margaret Buckhannan Our "Doc" ..Mrs. Buckhannan to outsiders
0 ...fixer of headaches, tummyaches, and the
like...good friend.., lots of fun to talk with
F ...Keyette sponsor, swell sport...never will
F forget those tete-a-tetes in the 'phone' room.
M Team of Brannan, Maguire, Brannon...our
I office staff...Mrs. Brannon, secretary.. the
smiling face in the office.. .never-ending aid
C under any circumstance...Miss Maguire...
keeper of the grades, books...known by her
E numerous tests, exams...known better for
her sincere personality...Mr. Brannon...not
shown here...but not forgotten.. .straightens
out our muddled finances.
Miss Lillian Maguire. Mrs. Alleen
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P. K. Prexy Eshleman predicts great season... As it was... Senior activities
centered around annual money problems popcorn machine sock hop
... paper drive.. work day.., sore muscles achin' back... more money
. work harder .. finally made it. Still had time to put on greatest Senior
Play ever You Can't Take It With You Seniors gain privileges Skip
Day .Daytona Beach .whoopee Latimer's splurge Seniors splash
.. Friday 13th .. Kid Day proves riot Smith and Beecher reign at Home-
coming Seven Seniors retire from grid picture Smith and Parrish chosen
co-captains Parrish, Hutcherson pace cage squad to district championship ...
Rozier drafted so long, Durango next??? Black and White share
presidential honors Foster sings time marches on ... time to go glad
to get out hate to leave Good class Good fun Good year .
Good-bye.


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PRESIDENTS






JANE ELIZABETH ARNOLD
Class President 1; Spanish II
Club 1; Volleyball Sports Day 1,
2, 3; Softball Sports Day 1, 2;
Track Sports Day 2, 3; Keyettes
2, 3, 4, Sergeant at Arms 4,
vice president 4; Dramatics Club
4; "One of Us" cast 4; "Night
Must Fall" props 3; "Monkey's
Paw" props 3; Girls Glee Club
2, 3, Secretary 3; Chorus 1, 2,
3; Band 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4;
"You Can't Take It With You"
props 4; Feature Editor YONGES-
TER.







HORACE FRANCIS ARRINGTON
Entered P. K. from Trenton Se-
nior year; President Beta Club 2;
Beta Cony. 2, 3; Class president
3; Football 3; Citizenship Award
2; Senior Chorus Accompanist
4; "Trial by Jury" 4; Orchestra
4; Homecoming Escort 4; Usher
Senior Play; Class Vice President
4.









TERRY BEECHER
Keyettes 2, 3, 4, President 4;
Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice President
3, President 4; Girls Glee Club
3; Manager Mixed Chorus 3;
Gatorettes 1; Band 3, 4; "Jun-
ior Nite" crew 3; "Night Must
Fall" crew 3; "You Can't Take
It With You" cast 4; Fashion
Show 2; Commencement Usher
3; Homecoming Queen 4; Latin
Club 1;Countv Sports Day Fac-
ulty and Classes Editor YONGES-
TER.










GEORGE ST. CLAIR BEERS
"Junior Nite" cast 3; Basketball
Manager 3, 4; County Sports
Day, Tennis, Touch-Football 3;
Business Staff, YONGESTER.


JOHN HUNTER BLACK III
Class President 1, 4; Student
Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President
3; Honor Court 2; Student Coun-
cil Cony. 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4,
National Key Club Cony. 3;
"Mad Breakfast" cast 3; "You
Can't Take It With You" cast 4;
Assembly Comm. 4; Projector's
Club 1, 2, 3; "Trial by Jury" cast
4; Football 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3,
4; Dramatics Club 4; "Night Must
Fall" cast 3.











LUTHER EDWARD BLAKE, JR.
County Sports Day 2, 3; Volley-
ball 2, 3; Football 3, 4; "Night
Must Fall" crew 3; "You Can't
Take It With You" crew 4; Se-
nior Chorus 3.












CAROLYN JEAN BRIDGES
Spanish Club 1, 2; Gatorettes 1;
Sports Day 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2;
"Windmills of Holland" crew 1;
"Junior Nite" crew 3; Fashion
Show 3; Dramatics Club 4; "You
Can't Take It With You" crew 3;
S.W.S. Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-.
Treasurer 3, Vice President 4;
Business Staff YONGESTER.










MARILYN JANE BRIDGES
Basketball 1; J.C.L. 2, 3; Spanish
Club 3, 4, President 4; Fashion
Show 3, 4, cast 4; "Night Must
Fall" crew 3; "Junior Nite" crew
3; S.W.S. Club 2, 3, 4, Vice
President 3; Dramatics Club 4;
"You Can't Take It With You"
crew 4; Business Staff YONGES-
TER.







RITA BRADLEY
Entered P. K. from Ocala Senior
year; Volleyball Manager 1;
Student Council 1; G.S.L. 1; Bas-
ketball 1; Cheerleader 3; Spanish
Club 2, 3; Skit Nite 3; F.T.S. 3;
Annual Staff 2, 3; Dramatics
Club 2, 3, 4; Journalism 2, 3;
F.H.A. 2, 3; "0" Club; Football
Sponsor 4; Undertow Staff 4.










CAROLYN DIANE CHAMBERLIN
"Windmills of Holland" cast 1;
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1,
2, 3; Basketball 1,4; Track Sports
Day 1, 2, 3; Senior Chorus 1,
2, 3, 4; Fashion Show 1; Gator-
ettes 2; "Y" Club 2, 3, 4; "A
Mad Breakfast" cast 3; "Night
Must Fall" cast 3; "You Can't
Take It With You" cast 4; Band
4; Dramatics Club 4; "Trial by
Jury" cast 4.









ALLIE LOUIS CONE, JR.
"Windmills of Holland" 1; J.C.L.
2, 3, 4, President 3; Football 2, 3;
Student Council 3, 4; Senior
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4;
Key Club 3, 4; "Mad Breakfast"
cast 3; Band 3, 4; Class President
3; Dramatics Club 4; Junior
Safety Council President 4; "You
Can't Take it With You" cast 4;
"Trial by Jury" 4.









SUSAN CONE
Senior Chorus 1; Gatorettes 2;
Latin Club 2, 3, Treasurer 2;
S.W.S. Club 2, 3, President 3;
Sports Day 1, 2, 3; "Night Must
Fall" crew 3; "Junior Nite" crew
3; Fashion Show cast 3; Dra-
matics Club 4; "You Can't Take
It With You" Business Manager
4; Financial Secretary YONGES-
TER.


EULA MAE CRIDER
Softball 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2,
3; Class Secretary 2; Football
Sponsor 2; Fashion Show 2; Key-
ettes 3, 4; Gator Tales 2; "Y"
Club 2; Usher Junior Play 3;
Usher Senior Play 4; "You Can't
Take It With You" crew 4;













HERBERT CROWSON, JR.
Senior Chorus 1, 2, 4; Basketball
1; "'Windmills of Holland" 1;
Sports Day 1, 2, 3, 4; Football
2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Orchestra
3; "Monkey's Paw" cast 3; Band
3, 4, Assistant Manager 4; "You
Can't Take It With You" crew 4;
"Trial by Jury" 4.


CHARLOTTE LOUISE DELK
Transferred from G.H.S. Senior
year; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3; Cheerleader
2, 3; Journalism Club 2, 3; Bas-
ketball 1, 2; Track 1, 2; Volley-
ball 1,2; Field Day 1, 2, 3; D.C.T
Club 3; Chorus 1, 2; Fashion
Show 1, 2; Music Club 1, 2; Dra-
matics Club 4; Study Club 2, 3.


BARBARA ANN DELL
S.W.S. Club 2, 3; Latin Club 2,
3, 4; Undertow 2, 3, 4; "Night
Must Fall" cast 3; Fashion Show
3; Dramatics Club 4, Vice Presi-
dent; Keyettes 4; "You Can't
Take It With You" Stage Manager
4; Senior Receptionist 4; Student
Director "Mad Breakfast" 3;
"Much Ado About Loving" cast
4; Business Staff YONGESTER.







DALLAS HOWARD DEYARMOND
Entered P. K. from Michigan
Freshman year; Baseball 1;
"Night Must Fall" crew 3; "You
Can't Take It With You" crew 4;
County Sports Day 1; Volleyball
3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Football 1,
2, 3, 4.















JAMES CLYATT EMERSON
Projector's Club 2; Orchestra 3;
Band 3, 4, Assistant Manager 3;
"Junior Nite" crew 3; "You Can't
Take It With You" cast 4; "Trial
by Jury" cast 4; Key Club 4.










JOHN M. S. ESHLEMAN
Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-
Treasurer 3; Projector's Club 1,
2, 3; Student Council 3, 4, Pres-
ident Student Body 4; Key Club
3, 4; Del. Dist. Student Council
Cony. 4; Del. St. Student Council
Conv. 4; Del. St. Key Club Cony.
4; P. K. winner American Legion
Oratorical Contest 3; Winner St.
Key Club Oratorical Contest 4;
Senior Chorus 3, 4; Dramatics
Club 4; "Night Must Fall" cast 3;
"Monkey's Paw" cast 3; Basket-
ball 4.








THOMAS LITTLETON EVANS
Key Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President
4; "Junior Nite" crew 3; "Night
Must Fall" crew 3; "You Can't
Take It With You" cast 4; Football
2, 3, 4; Basketball 4; Baseball 1,
2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Senior
Chorus 4; "Trial by Jury" cast 4;
Sports Editor YONGESTER.


JESSIE MAE FOSTER
"Windmills of Holland" cast 1;
G.S.L. 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4;
Fashion Show 1; Gatorettes 2;Un-
dertow Staff 2, 3; Sports Day 2,
3; "Junior Nite" crew 3; "Night
Must Fall" crew 3; Keyettes 3, 4;
Spanish Club 3, Secretary 4, Vice
President 4; Volleyball 3, 4; "You
Can't Take It With You" cast 4;
"Trial by Jury" cast 4; "Y" Club
4; Band 4; Christmas Pageant 4.







GLENDA CATHERINE GARRISON
Fashion Show 1,4, General Chair-
man 4; Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice
President 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4;
Christmas Pageant 1,2, 3; "Wind-
mills of Holland" cast 1; Basket-
ball 1, 3, 4, Manager 3; Sports
Day 1, 2; Softball 2; Gatorettes
2; "Night Must Fall" crew 3;
"Junior Nite" crew 3; Undertow
Staff 3, 4; "You Can't Take It
With You" crew 4; Senior Re-
ceptionist 4; Keyettes 4; "Trial
by Jury" 4.










HENRY CLAYTON HARRIS
Radio Club 1, 2; "Windmills of
Holland" electrician 1; Christmas
Pageant electrician 2, 3; "Junior
Nite" electrician 3; "You Can't
Take It With You" electrician 4;
Fashion Show electrician 4.











EDWINA HILL
"Windmills of Holland" 1; J.C.L.
2, Secretary 2; Keyettes 2, 3, 4,
President 3; Historian 4; Gator-
ettes 2; Fashion Show, General
Chairman 3; Senior Chorus 2, 3;
Christmas Pageant 3; Girls' State
Representative 3; Senior Recep-
tionist 4; Commencement Usher
3; Class Secretary 4; Organiza-
tions Editor YONGESTER.







WILLIAM CARL HILL, JR.
Radio Club 4; Skish Team 4; Head
Electrician for: Christmas Pageant
1, 2; "Windmills of Holland" 1;
"Junior Nite" 3; "You Can't Take
It With You" 4; "Night Must Fall"
3; Fashion Show 4; Volleyball 3;















RAYMOND LOUIS HOWELL
Projector's Club 1; Class Vice
President 3; Football 3; County
Softball 3; Key Club 3, 4; "You
Can't Take It With You" props
and usher.











JANE WARD HUNTER
Entered P. K. Junior year from
Huntington, Long Island; County
Sports Day 3; "Mad Breakfast"
cast 3; "Night Must Fall" cast 3;
Undertow Editor 4; J.C.L. 4; Cam-
era Club 4; Keyettes 4, Sergeant
at Arms 4; Student Council 4,
Del. to Dist. Conv. 4; Band 4;
Del. to F.S.P.A. Cony. 4; "You
Can't Take It With You" crew 4;
Dramatics Club 4; "Opening
Night" Student Director 4; Editor-
in-Chief YONGESTER.








WILLIAM ROBERT
HUTCHERSON, JR.
Entered P. K. Junior year from
Berea, Kentucky; Tennis 1, 2, 3,
4, County Tennis Singles Champ-
ion 3; 4-H Club 1; Basketball 1,
2, 3, 4; Class Vice President 3,
4; Student Council 3, 4; Class
Treasurer 3; Key Club 3, 4, Sec-
retary 4.


MARIA CARMEN JENKINS
Spanish Club 1,4, Vice President
4; County Sports Day 2, 3; Vol-
leyball 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Soft-
ball 2, 3, 4; Fashion Show 3;
Keyettes 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Pres-
ident 4; "Y" Club 3, 4, Vice Pres-
ident 4; Undertow 2, 3, 4, Busi-
ness Manager 4; Senior Chorus
4; Basketball 4; Dramatics Club
4; "Monkey's Paw" cast 3; "You
Can't Take It With You" cast 4;
"Trial by Jury" 4; Business Staff
YONGESTER.






MARY JANE JENKINS
Fashion Show 1; "Windmills of
Holland" 1; Gatorettes 2; Christ-
mas Pageant 2, 4; Senior Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4; "Junior Nite" crew 3;
"Night Must Fall" crew 3; Orches-
tra 3, 4; Softball 3; Dramatics
Club 4; Head Majorette 3, Alter-
nate 4; Band 4; "You Can't Take
It With You" cast 4; "Trial by
Jury" 4; County Sports Day 3.










BETTY LOUISE LATIMER
"Windmills of Holland" crew 1;
Volleyball 1; Senior Chorus 1,
2, 3; Class Secretary 1, 2, 3; Class
Vice President 2; Senior Recep-
tionist 3, 4; "A Mad Breakfast"
cast 3; "Night Must Fall" crew 3;
"You Can't Take It With You"
crew 4; Keyettes 4; Copy Editor
YONGESTER.










IDA MAE LIVENGOOD
Entered P. K. from Kissimee Soph-
omore year; Band 1, 3; Softball
3; Senior Receptionist 3; Chorus
1; "Night Must Fall" cast 3; "Mad
Breakfast" cast 3; "You Can't
Take It With You" crew 4; Track
3; "Y" Club : Latin Club 2, 3;
Dramatics Club 4.


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KENNETH ALLIN LUTHER
Entered P. K. from Boynton Beach,
Fla., Junior year; National Beta
Club 1, 2; Band Historian 3, 4;
Orchestra 3, 4; Football 3; Sports
Day 4; "You Can't Take It With
You" crew 4; "Junior Nite"Crew
3; Spanish Club 3; Art Editor
YONGESTER.











WILLIAM SCOTT MANSFIELD
Class Treasurer 3; Projector's
Club 1, 2; Camera Club 3, 4;
Chorus 1, 2; Orchestra 3, 4; Band
3, 4; Football 2, 3; Basketball
Manager 2, 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4;
"Night Must Fall" crew 3; "Mon-
key's Paw" cast 3; "You Can't
Take It With You" cast 4; "One
of Us" cast 4; Dramatics Club 4;
"Windmills of Holland" cast 1;
Photography Editor YONGESTER.










MARILYN JOYCE McGRIFF
Entered P. K. from Lakeland
Junior year; "L" Club 1, 2; Fash-
ion Show 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Secretary-Treasurer 3, Concert-
master 4; Orchestra 2, 3; "Night
Must Fall" crew 3; "Junior Nite"
crew 3; "You Can't Take It With
You" crew 4.












ALICE NEAL
Transferred from G.H.S. Junior
year; Spanish Club 1; Sports Day
3; "Night Must Fall" crew 3;
Junior' Play Usher; "You Can't
Take It With You" crew 4; Senior
Play Usher.


RALPH EMERSON PAGE, JR.
Entered P. K. from Pennsylvania
Sophomore year; Basketball 4;
"Junior Nite" crew 3; "Night
Must Fall" crew 3; "You Can't
Take It With You" crew 4; Senior
Play Usher; Camera Club 4;

















JOHN PARKHURST
Entered P. K. from Starke Soph-
omore year; Radio Club 3, 4;
"You Can't Take It With You"
crew 4.












CHARLES JAMES PARRISH
Senior Chorus 4; J.C.L. 1, 2, 3, 4;
Key Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; As-
sembly Committee 4; Football
2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Baseball 2;
Basketball 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Tennis
1, 3, 4; Fashion Show Stage Man-
ager 4; "Night Must Fall" Stage
Manager 3; "You Can't Take It
With You" cast 4; "Opening
Nite" Stage Manager, cast 4.










JANICE ROSEMARY SAWYER
Class Secretary 1; Sports Day 1,
2; Latin Club 1; S.W.S. Club 2,
3; Fashion Show 3, 4; "Junior
Nite" Student Director 3; "Night
Must Fall" crew 3; "You Can't
Take It With You" cast 4; "One of
Us" cast 4; Dramatics Club 4;
Undertow Staff 4.






FREDERICK STEPHENS SCHNELL
Tennis Doubles Champ 3; Tennis
1, 3, 4; Sports Day 1, 2, 3, 4;
J.C.L. 2, 3, 4; Class Vice Presi-
dent 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4, Co-Cap-
tain 4; Basketball 3, 4; Track 3,
4; "You Can't'Take It With You"
cast 4; Undertow Staff 4.














WILLIAM MARVIN SCHULTZ
Class President 1, 2; Student
Council 1, 2; Undertow Staff 2;
Key Club 3, 4; "You Can't Take It
With You" crew 4; County Sports
Day 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3,
4; Football 3, 4; Track 3, 4, Co-
Captain 4.








GORDON MUNSON SMITH
Class President 1, 2; Class Secre-
tary 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3,
4; Key Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3,
4, Vice President 3, President 4;
Band 3, 4, Manager 4; "Night
Must Fall" Student Director 3;
"You Can't Take It With You"
cast 4; Honor Court 3, 4, Chancel-
lor 4; J.C.L. Vice President 3;
Football 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Bas-
ketball 3; Del. St. Key Club Conv.
3; Del. International Key Club
Cony. 4; Homecoming King 4;
Assistant Editor-in-Chief YON-
GESTER.




CHARLOTTE SMYSOR
Class Treasurer 1, Vice President
3, Secretary 4; Student Council
Secretary 3; "Junior Nite" crew
3; "You Can't Take It With You"
cast 4; Keyettes 2, 3, 4, Vice
President 3, Chaplain 2, 4; "Y"
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary '3,
President 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Captain 2, Co-Captain 4;' Basket-
ball 1, 3, 4, Captain 4; Track 1,
2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain
3; Cheerleader 3, 4, Co-Head 4;
Girls' State Del. 3; Girls' Sports
Editor YONGESTER. "


DENNIS KEITH STANLEY, JR.
Class Parliamentarian 1; S.W.S.
1, 2; Christmas Pageant 1, 3;
Music Club 1; J.C.L. 2; Band 2,
3; Orchestra 2, 3; Chorus 2;
Class Secretary 3; "Trial by Jury"
3; "Clarence" cast 3; Graduating
Junior Year.

















MARIAN CLYATT STANSBURY
"Windmills of Holland" 1; Gator-
ettes 1; Senior Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.












JAMES L. STRINGFELLOW
Class President 1; Class Vice
President 2, 3; Student Council
1, 4; J.C.L. 2, 3; Key Club 4,
Secretary 4; Undertow Staff 3,
4; Student Council Cony. 4; Or-
chestra 3, 4, Manager 4; "Trial
by Jury" 4; "Night Must Fall"
crew 3; "You Can't Take It With
You" cast 4; Tennis 1, 3, 4;
County Tennis Doubles Champ
3; Sports Day 1, 2, 3; Basketball
2, 3, 4; Boys' Sports Editor Un-
dertow; Art Editor YONGESTER.










GRIFFITH SWEENEY
Entered P. K. from Los Angeles
Junior year. "A Mad Breakfast"
cast 3; "You Can't Take It With
You" crew 4.






SARA BYRON TIDWELL
Senior Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; "Wind-
mills of Holland" 1; Band 3, 4;
Basketball 1; Softball 2; Sports
Day 2, 3; Gatorettes 2; "Mad
Breakfast" cast 3; "Night Must
Fall" crew 3; "You Can't Take It
With You" Assistant Student Di-
rector 4.











JOHNNIE RUTH WALKER
Senior Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; "Wind-
mills of Holland" 1; "Trial by
Jury" 4; Accompanist Girls'
Chorus 3; Christmas Pageant 2,
3; Gatorettes 2; Undertow Staff
3, 4;-Sports Day 1; Softball 2;
Fashion Show 1, 4; Spanish Club
3, 4, President 3, Secretary 4;
"Junior Nite" crew 3; "Night
Must Fall" crew 3; "You Can't
Take It With You" crew 4; Key-
ettes 4.










GEORGE ARTHUR WILL
Sports Day 2, 4; Football 3; Track
3, 4; "Night Must Fall" crew 3;
"You Can't Take It With You" cast
4.











JOSEPH BENTON WHITE, JR.
Entered P. K. from Columbia, S. C.
Sophomore year; Class President
3, 4; Class Treasurer 2, 3; Student
Council 3; St. Student Council
Conv. 3; Key Club 3, 4; Spanish
Club 2; Band 3, 4; Senior Chorus
4; Honor Court 4; "Mad Break-
fast" cast 3; "Night Must Fall"
crew 3; "You Can't Take It With
You" cast 4; Sports Day 3, 4;
Track 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Co-
Head 4.


JOAN ZINN
Undertow Staff 4; Keyettes 4;
Dramatics Club 4, President 4;
"Mad Breakfast" cast 3; "You
Can't Take It With You" crew 4;
"Night Must Fall" cast 3; Softball
2, 3; Basketball 3, 4; Sports Day
2, 3, 4; "Y" Club 3, 4; J.C.L. 2, 3.

















NELSON DA SILVA
Entered P. K. from Rio de Janeiro,
Brazil, Senior year.













PETER EDWARD COLSON
Entered P. K. from Willesden
Technical College of Engineering
-London, England, Junior year;
President Photographic Club 2,
3; Engineers Club Secretary 2;
Ice Hockey Team 1, 2, 3; Swim-
ming Team 1, 2, 3; Spanish 1
Club 4; Undertow Staff 4; Foot-
ball Team 4; "Night Must Fall"
cast 3.






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Smysor, Bachman hold down chair duties class sponsors Homecoring banquet .
introduce first Christmas formal ... juniors boast outstanding students Dressier, Price edit
Undertow Olson cops honors in song Jenkins and Price hold S. C. offices South

Sea Islands call Clarence stars as class play finally got the money earned for the big
show Junior-Senior prom lots of work lots of fun year comes to an end ..
farewell to Blilch and Stanley on their way ahead of us ... .only one more year .
first rows in the auditorium await us.


PRESIDENTS


































CORE A: FRONT ROW, Barbara Bachman, Virginia Price, Rita Jenkins, Lural Lowry, Paula Dressier, Kaye Ball,
Katie Dunlap, Shirley Jones, Patty Smysor. SECOND ROW: Lou Dean, Fred Pitts, Buddy Edge, Fleming Blitch,
Buddy Zipperer, Fred Robbins, Roger Crabtree, Mr. Lovell, teacher. THIRD ROW: Dave Sullivan, Ronnie Mead,
David Anderson, Henry Schwall, Larry Smith, Johnny Arnette, Lee Shultz, Alray Howard.


CORE B: FRONT ROW, Coleen Schultz, Margie Bragg, Margie Hogan, Pat Howell, Lou Dean Olson, Esther North-
rop, Mary A. Myers, Carolyn Yeats, Leslie James, Joan Beville. SECOND ROW: Foye Radford, Weston McDonell,
Glenda Herschi, Jim McCollum, Gerald Bishop, Billy Miller, John Hare, Billy Sheffield. THIRD ROW: Mr. Lovell,
teacher; Roger Bingham, Jimmy Miller, Jack Wilson, Aden Moon, Billy Merritt, Keith Stanley, Bill Saunders,
Ernest Moon, Ralph Guy. 2





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Homecoming activities our decorations were rained out Cox and Larson hold
presidential seats... need money, too... booth at Harris Field .. cokes, hot dogs .. carnival
rolls in dough side shows, penny pitching core units Personality Development
... Trip to Naval Reserve unit... Knowles makes music ... class picnic concludes fun.

































CORE A: FRONT ROW, Carol Hamiter, Gwen Crozier, Mary Dressier, Betty Lou Moratto, Pam Thomas, Jo Ann
Morgan, JoAnna McKinney, Martha Dressier, Gerry Sneed. SECOND ROW: Mr. Burger, Mr. Sherman, teacher;
Dewanye Morgan, Douglas Boyd, James Brown, Alvin Moore, Eunice Gilbreath, Marjorie Gilbreath, Jessie
Mattox. THIRD ROW: Arthur Godwin, Patsy Lee Miller, Caldwell Marshall, John A. Murphree, Dailey Burch,
Robert Wood, George Hill, Francis Moratto, Hershel Markham.


CORE B: FRONT ROW, Charles Geltz, Jean Robertson, Sally Schnell, Betty Ann Will, Becky Hill, Libby White, Lois
Neller, Charlene Humphries, Ellen Buckhannan, Diane Williams, Don Fagan. SECOND ROW: Hubert Comminge,
Jimmy Dell, John Maines, Jackie Boldt, Margie Mclnnis, Catherine Block, Mary McClamroch, Martha Boone,
Marian Crowson, Carol Bockler, Carolyn Knowles, Margaret McClamroch, Mr. Sherman, teacher. THIRD ROW:
David Fouts, Gilbert Thompson, Wesley Larson, Frank Strozier, Mike Miller, Ken Morris, Miller Merchant, Billy
Boltin, D. J. Mase.







VICE PRESIDENTS


TREASURERS


SECRETARIES


Year off to good start with get-together party at the Rec center core projects encourage

field trips Raiford State prison Jacksonville Naval Air Station Tallahassee and State

Legislature... Christmas vacation and Stephen Foster Memorial ... Tampa State Fair ... Meyer

and Parrish hold prexy places sponsor drive for books for Raiford Shands addresses

class ... Money needed for Freshman Hop ... Christmas card sales dance after game with

refreshments and entertainment .big production takes place .. .Freshman Hop May twelfth

. Bali Hai proves success ... year ends with picnic.


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CORE A: FRONT ROW, Jack May, Charles Manion, Billy Weaver, Gretchen Ehrman, Carol Meyer, Vivian
Bradley, Pat Anchors, Allan Baer. SECOND ROW: Sally Eaton, Linda Black, Ann Morgan, Russell Henderson,
Lamar Morgan, Sally Alvord, Rosemary Livengood, Fred Mackemer. THIRD ROW: Charlotte Halverson, Nell
Dyal, Ann Gracy, Margaret Yeats, Ann Foster, Thelda Thompson, Delmer Schefield, WillardWolfe, Paul
Harvey.


CORE B: FRONT ROW, Jeanette Hannah, Mary Birdie Howard, Carrie Hannah, Mary Charles Garrett,Maggie
Taylor, Shirley Gilbreath, Judy Burch, Vern Andrews, Lila Williams. SECOND ROW: Jim Duke, Jean Camp-
bell, Jean Schultz, Nancy Blake, Donna Killinger, Bernie Parrish, Perry Foote, Jim Bartlett, Charles Manion,
Bill Gray. THIRD ROW: Dorothy Jean Davis, Bill Weaver, Arthur Holmes, Tommy Bronson, Frank Gago,
Julian Smysor, Walter Godwin, Suzanne Latimer, Chester Langford, Mr. Kitching, teacher.
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FIRST SEMESTER: FRONT ROW, Cay Murphree,
Safety Coun.; Edwin Johns, Vice President; Jo-
Ann Little, Parl. SECOND ROW: Mary E. Clayton,
Treasurer; Philip Larson, President; Phyllis La-
gasse, Executive Coun.; Carol Congleton, Secre-
tary.


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SECOND SEMESTER: FRONT ROW, Cay Murphree,
Safety Coun.; Tillie Murphree, Treasurer; Mary
Wilson, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Anita Crowson,
Executive Coun.; Sammy Gray, President; Carol
Congleton, Vice President; Peggy Watson, Parl.


EIGHTH GRADE


Larsen and Gray, presidents built the bonfire for homecoming field trips .

class projects interest in student government visited Kirby Smith of Jacksonville .

host to their delegates Christmas party Johnses play host compete in Junior chorus

contest .. top P.-T.A. attendance helps financial Ily ... picnic at Crystal Lake ends year's activities.


FRONT ROW: Peggy Watson, Cay Murphree, Catherine Constans, Deloyce Timmons, Phyllis Lagasse, Anita
Crowson, Betsy Merchant, Sylvia Jones, Mary Wilson, Carol Congleton. SECOND ROW: John Thompson, Bob
Cherry, Jim Gormsen, JoAnn Little, TilleyMurphree, Elizabeth Dell, Mary Elizabeth Clayton, Louise Loften,
Rachel Gunn, Tommy Johns, Miss McCracken, teacher. THIRD ROW: Edwin Johns, Joe Tillis, Roger Foote,
Tommy Salt, Sara Byers, Pat Halverson, Joanne Hill, Philip Larson, Joe Wise, Sammy Gray.


















FIRST SEMESTER: FRONT ROW, Carol Crayton,
Undertow Representative; Sally Merchant, Safety
Coun.; Diane Sneed, Secretary. SECOND ROW:
Hank Buckhannan, Parl.; Joe Zinn, Treasurer;
Martha Parrish, President; Lee Anne Elliott, Vice
President.


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SECOND SEMESTER: FRONT ROW, Carol Crayton,
Undertow Representative; Sally Merchant, Safety
Coun,; Kent Hale, Vice President; Sandra Hollis,
Parl. SECOND ROW: Hank Buckhannan, President;
Winston Little, Sergeant-at-Arms; Martha Parrish,
Secretary; Lee Anne Elliot, Treasurer.


SEVENTH GRADE



Parrish, Buckhannan preside year's activities begin with poster making for Homecom-

ing projects new curtains for classroom time out for fun Christmas party at

Beaty's ... field trips university art and animal exhibits .St. Augustine and the fisheries

... Mother's Day tea... picnic at Glen Springs ends activities.


FRONT ROW: Barbara Helzel, Elise Timmons, Hank Buckhannan, Gene Wester, Janice Robertson, Martha Parrish,
Penny Pierson, Sandra Hollis, Harrison McDonald, Joe Zinn, Alan Ferguson. SECOND ROW: Arthur Green, Joe
Newcomer, Beverly Taxada, Lee Anne Eliott, Susi Mauderli, Winston Little, Josephine Leps, Marilyn Beaty, Ann
Savage, Kent Hale, Mrs. Calhoun, teacher. THIRD ROW: Mary Campbell, Ann Baringer, Diane Sneed, Sally
Merchant, Carol Crayton, Carolyn Dyal, Charles Carroll, Aden Sowell, Pat Patrick.
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Student Council At Work


SECOND SEMESTER REPRESENTATIVES: L. to R. Standing: Jean Campbell, Charles Carroll, Bill Hutcherson,
Buddy Edge, Caldwell Marshall, Joe White, Johnny Arnette, Jim Stringfellow, David Anderson, Wesley Larson,
Bernie Parrish, Jean Robertson, Sammy Gray, Hank Buckhannan. SEATED: Judy Burch, Deloyce Timmons, Vir-
ginia Price, John Eshleman, Rita Jenkins, Hunter Black, Barbara Bachman.


VIRGINIA PRICE
Vice President


JOHN ESHLEMAN
President


First Semester Representatives


No swimming pool, but progress
. lots done in '51 Eshleman proves
able leader assembly committee insti-
gated district convention : Jax .
P. K. elected secretary Price carries out
veeps duties Jenkins serves as scribe
. Council procures popcorn machine for
yearbook fund Daytona scene of state
convention pencils orange juice ...
inspiration lunch line problem solved
. great achievements bigger and
better student government. election ..
plans for even greater things already under
way .


L. to R. TOP ROW: Hunter Black, Buddy Edge, Jean Robertson, Shirley Jones, Patty Smysor,
Virginia Price, Jane Hunter, Jim Stringfellow, Mr. Lovell, sponsor. FRONT ROW: Phillip Larson,
Charles Carroll, Martha Parrish, Carol Meyer, Deloyce Timmons, Vern Andrews, Jean Campbell,
Jo Anna McKinney, Rita Jenkins. STANDING: John Eshleman President.


RITA JENKINS
Secretary







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Honor Court At Work


Patty Smysor, Gordon Smith, Chancellor, Joe White
Patty Smysor, Gordon Smith, Chancellor, Joe White


GORDON SMITH
Chancellor of Honor Court


Assembly Committee


GENE BOLICK
Sponsor





Organization with responsibilities ...
Chancellor Smith leads Smysor and
White aid duties posting rules
. trying offenders maintaining
our Honor System a hard job well
done.


Charles Parrish, Mrs. Murphree, sponsor, Lois Neller, Shirely Jones, Hunter Black, John Eshleman.


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P. K. YONGE BAND


FRONT ROW: Willard Wolfe, Jessie Foster, Mary Cay Murphree, Keith Stanley, Gordon Smith, Bill Mansfield, Carolyn Yeats, Jane Hunter, Judy
Burch, Carol Bockler, Margaret McClamroch, Phyllis Lagasse, Mary Elizabeth Clayton, Louise Loften, Libby White, Joyce McGriff, Mary McClam-
roch, Charlene Humphries, Ann Savage, Terry Beecher. SECOND ROW: Jimmy Emerson, Mary Birdie Howard, Perry Foote, Tommy Bronson, Pat
Howelli Jane Arnold, Joan Bynum, Allin Luther, Margie Mclnnis, Vern Andrews, Frankie Ayers, Hank Buckhannan, Julian Smysor, Frank Gago,
Lois Neller, Ellen Buckhannon, Gerald Bishop, Dorthy Jean Davis. THIRD ROW: Allie Cone, Johnny Arnette, Diane Williams, Billy Boltin, Mary
Jane Jenkins, Rebecca Hill, Betty Will, Esther Northrop, Kenneth Morris, Byron Tidwell, Diane Chamberlin, Joe Tillis, Roger Foote, Sammy Gray,
Martha Boone, Herbert Crowson, Weston McDonnell, Jimmy Miller.







Second year marching band half-time pro-
grams Harbor Lights get in step .. one, two,
three, four do it again! ... bus trips Fernandina
Jax brand new uniforms district contest
S". honors St. Pete more honors donkey
.- I baseball game Mr. Poole does good job Karhu
assists Seniors will be missed ... others will carry
S on great possibilities next year even better.


Left-right, left-rightl


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MAJORETTES Judy Burch Rebecca Hill, Diane Williams, Vern Andrews,
Head Majorette, Frankie Ayers, Pat Howell, Joanne Bynum.


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SENIOR CHORUS-FIRST ROW: right to left, Herbert Crowson, Jimmy Emerson, Horace Arrington, Joe
White. SECOND ROW: Marian Stansbury, Mary McClamroch, Sally Schnell, Jessie Foster, Diane
Chamberlin, Margaret McClamroch. THIRD ROW: Dorothy Kinard, Johnny Ruth Walker, Glenda
Garrison, Barbara Bachman, Jackie Boldt, Charles Parrish, George Beers, John Eshleman, Russell
Henderson, Byron Tidwell, Carmen Jenkins, Gwen Crozier.


MRS. MURPHREE


CHORUS-GLEE CLUB

Trial by Jury big success Chorus attends
Monte Carlo ballet Christmas program Mrs.
Murphree .long rehearsals District Festival
. longer rehearsals Jessie Lou .Diane
S. .star soloists much harmony .' much fun.


GIRLS' GLEE CLUB-FIRST ROW: L. to R. Barbara Helzel, Elise Timmons, Peggy Watson, Mary Wilson,
Louise Loften, Ann Sneed, Ann Morgan, Mary Campbell, Anita Crowson. SECOND ROW: Elizabeth
Dell, Jo Ann Hill, Deloise Timmons, Catherine Constance, JoAnnLittle, Linda Black, Sally Alvord,
Ann Savage, JoAnna McKinnev. THIRD ROW: Martha Dressier, Gwen Crozier, Rachel Gunn, Sylvia
Jones, Mary Cay Murphree, Tilley Murphree, Ann Gracy, Mary Clayton.
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CLU B Mr. Goette, sponsor


Darkroom activities progress made with new
enlarger Goette chaperons club responsible
for Annual pictures "cheese" flashbulbs
.. plans laid for next year.






















Club At Work



L to R. Carol Bockler, Bill Mansfield, Mr. Swift, Martha Boone, Marjorie
Mclnnis, Mr. Goette, Weston McDonnell, Bud Page, Jane Hunter.

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The


UNDERTOW


P. K. YONGE LABORATORY SCHOOL


Cainesville, Florida


FEBRUARY 5, 1951


DRESSLER-PRICE GIRLS INITIATED DRAMAIICS CLUB GIRLS Y CLUB
Virginia PrieDITORS INTO KEYETTES PICKS PLAYSFOR INIIIATES GIRLS
Co- Editor II F
Rm'z an r l Jenkins. OPENING NIGF'
Three Senior girls were initiated
San rinto the Keyette Club last night at The Dramatics Club has
an int.rmal meeting held at Jane ly chosen a one-act play, "
Hunter's country place. Betty, Us." to be given sometime i
Dress Latimer Glenda Garrison an ruary. The play will be
HK^'IIH- ^IL H~iiii-- r$ 1 inclhef .... ... .. ,_ ,_ ...._-1... _.. .. ; *^ .1.- ^--. -. ^, ~ m ^ ^S^


..Paula Dres
Co- Edito


editors. .
Paula ana i'
on the pape 'n.
Virginia a
semester an *
Feature Edit
has worked a e -.
some time a
seen Rita's
Charlene ha "-6 :
'Katie has been a copy reader
this semester.
The staff also discussed a me
point system to encourage repoi
ers to get their assignments in
time. The system is as follows:
Undertow Point System:

SENIOR CHORUS h

JOURNEYS TO

JAX. YOR BALLET
The chorus and others connected
with the production of "Trial By'
Jurv." iourneved to Jacksonville


.,Jan imn were made L uo every oluuuuu uw e uD amatic
from gathering firewood and The play has six char
sler .rng supper to going snipe They are, Agatha, a dignifi
r ng." man of about sixty; Verne
se girls have been seen ar- son; his wife, Freda; i
school wearing white keys, young s.ng writer; Ingr
.:tri a blue ribbon, for several fiance; and Lettie, Agatha's
Pigtails and ribbons ap- er sister.
d on each pledge for a num "One of Us," will be tl
i days and other means ol of two one-act plays to be
ig them look ridiculous were The other. "Much Ado Abo


Assembly


ad a fe F. H. A. CLUI
Left ORGANIZED .
'hi si
rn-d fo Did you know that a new --

Swe has graced P. K. Yonge wit UNDERTOW STAFF- Left to right, Katie Dun-
Io Jo arrival? It is the Future I lap, Joanna McKinney, Paula Dressler, Vir-
Smakers of America. This cl ginia Price, Barbara Bachman, Charlene
HUte Humphries, Jimmy Stringfellow, Rita Jenkins,
Jrlkir composed of girls who are o Carmen Jenkins, Lural Lowry.
Smrys have taken Home Economics. ivuis. cauc~. a6i, A11-A1u.11.Io, I.JUI ,
ia Price angle is the sponsor, and sportsmanship, and President
Low] The girls already have plans for Charlotte Smysor formally wel-
Knowli the club. They have completed one corned them into the Girls' Y Club.
ne, Ch project connected with the Empty Special mention goes to ini'.iate
SBral St.cking Fund. Several members Martha Boone who was in charge
helped with sacking candy, sorting of the f.od. Other new members
- toys, and helping with the Re- include: Lila Livengood, Jesse
Foster, Diane Williams, Martha
Com nittee Po Dressler, Jean Robertson. Joan
Bynum, Glenda Hirschi, and Patsy
iniit- I mav havp an onnnrtinitx~ tn nnrt Lee Miller.


Big Name Contest "Undertow" stu-
dents' choice.. Bachman, Bishop, Hunter,
Dressier attend Convention in Gainesville,
Ga. U: of F. site of F.S.P.A. meeting
. school rocked by April Fool issue ..
new office gives paper a home ... Tuesday
nights parties deadlines .
midnight oil successful year.


abers present were:
lysor, Carmen Jcukins.
r, Shirley Jones, Paula
in Zinn. Lural Lowry,
Price.

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'as happy, gay, and

; partied. praised. and


different. sad to relate;
Stion. date. uVw i C iurVgotten. n:t se;en olt of
UNDERTOW REPORTERS-FIRST ROW: Mary McClamroch, Lila Williams, reent Th Assembly Committee is late.
Mary Dressier, Jane Hunter. SECOND ROW: Peter Colson, Glenda Gar-. ent he sembly CO m ittc is sa
rison, Carol Meyers, Rebecca Hill, Lois Neller, Martha Dressier. THIRD enter- scheduled to hold a meeting in the It's sad but it's true and I know the
ROW: Johnnie Ruth Walker, Cathy Block, Jackie Boldt, Gerald Bishop, at a music room next week. The time is reason.
Carolyn Bridges, Rosemary Sawyer, Fleming Blitch, Rodger Foote. to be announced in the school He's a football player and it's
Er, Uarolyn Jnuwses; aIy Maui a. in uruer Tnai niore students bulletin, basketball season!I


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KEY CLUB


Big year ... snack bar ... paper booth .money making
schemes purchased enlarger for school .first semester
prexy Smith Ishloshman and Mansbucket hit Winter
Haven new pledges Millhopper scene of massacre
. Big Hayride good time was had by all Safety
Patrol feted Black takes over president's duties .
second semester pledges big plans Bolick still has
hopes.


Buddy Edge, Bill Hutcherson, Bill Mansfield, Tommy Evans, Hunter Black,
Louis Howell, Gordon Smith, Jimmy Stringfellow, Billy Schultz, Allie Cone,
Charles Parrish, Joe White.











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L. to R. Carmen Jenkins, Charlene Humphries, Johnnie Ruth Walker, Virginia
Price, Carol Knowles, Lural Lowry, Sally Schnell, Charlotte Smysor, Patty
Smysor, Patty Canfield, Martha Boone, Glenda Garrison, Jessie Foster, Jane
Arnold, Edwina Hill, Barbara Bachman, Terry Beecher, Betty Latimer, Jackie
Boldt, Margie Bragg, Barbara Dell, Jane Hunter. Not Pictured: Rita Jenkins,
Joan Zinn.


Halloween booth puts club in black money spent on
band uniforms joint meetings with G.H S. to organize
statewide Keyette program pledges initiation .
Alfred Lord Zinn-Charge of the Light Brigade Beecher
and Jenkins serve as leading officers Keyette shaft given
Key Club in skit most profitable year ever.


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S.W.S. CLUB-FIRST ROW: Joanna McKinney, Mary McClamroch, Libby White,
Charlene Humphreys, Ellen Buckhannan, Willard Wolfe, LaVerne Rowlisor,, Carol
Bockler. Margaret McClamroch, Carol Meyers, Carolyn Knowles. SECOND ROW:
Fleming Blitch, Keith Stanley, Mary Dressier, Sally Schnell, Sally Alvord, Jensene
Godwin, Jackie Boldt, Dione Williams, Cathy Block, Mrs. Boutelle, sponsor.


S. W. S. CLUB
Creative writing club ... Mrs. Boutelle
sponsor journeys to Rollins for
Animated Magazine night meetings
held at homes of members new
pledges lead rough life write
themes new plans laid for another
successful year.




LIBRARY CLUB
McAllister and McEaddy serve as spon-
sors library duties .check in .
check out displays parties ..
good time service to the school.


LIBRARY CLUB-STANDING: Donna Killinger, Ann Gracy, Lila Williams, Charlotte
Halverson, Carol Meyer, Jack May; Rosemary Livengood, Jensene Godwin, Mary
CharlesGarrett, Nell Dyal, Maggie Taylor, Gretchen Ehrman. SEATED:Jean Cambell,
Paul Harvey, Mrs. McEaddy, LaVerne Rowlison, Nancy Blake.


JUNIOR SAFETY COUNCIL
First year one of action Cone big
boss traffic regulations installed
. bottle breaking squelched .
safety assumes important role in school
life.


JUNIOR SAFETY COUNCIL-FIRST ROW: L. to R. Mary Cay Murphee, Vance Powell,
Caldwell Marshall, Allie Cone, Pat Anchors, Perry Foote, Jimmy Emerson, Mr.
Knight, sponsor.











LANGUAGE CLUBS


SPANISH I-FIRST ROW: Patty Canfield, Kaye Ball, Lural Lowry, Paula Dressier.
SECOND ROW: Katie Dunlap, Patty Smysor, Shirley Jones, Fred Mackamer.
THIRD ROW: Fleming Blitch, Peter Colson, Burrows Dolbeare, Mr. Heitzman,
sponsor,


SPANISH I,II
Buenas dias club ventures to Tally
and Ybor City Senor Trujillo .
attend Spanish program G.H.S. ...
participates in Pan-American day .
much fun adios.


SPANISH II-Left to Right: Marilyn Bridges, Glenda Garrison, Jessie Foster, Johnnie
Ruth Walker, Terry Beecher, Mr. Trujillo.










JR. CLASSICAL LEAGUE
League adds Latin touch to Christmas
festivities members attend conven-
tion in Tampa ... sponsor U. of F. speaker
S. .Latin Day mulsum Mrs.
Laird Price serves as president .
looking forward to next year.


JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE-FIRST ROW: Pat Anchors, Ann Morgan, Jensene
Godwin, Carol Meyer, Gretchen Ehrman, Margaret Yeats. SECOND ROW: Willard
Wolfe, Diane Williams, Russell Henderson, Virginia Price, Jane Hunter, Edwina
Hill. THIRD ROW: Billy Boltin, Jackie Boldt, Catherine Block, D. J. Mays. FOURTH
ROW: Sponsor, Mrs. Laird, Hubert Comminge, Jimmy Dell, Billy Miller, Miller
Merchant, Kenneth Morris, Allie Cone.
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Sale of Cokes and Senior-Faculty girls basketball game funds

coniribuied to darkroom expenses club holds wild initiation .

pledges undergo ordeal big rime had by all Everyone enjoyed

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Diane Williams, Foye Radford, Martha Boone, Margie Bragg, Byron Tidwell. RIGHT FORK, Front to Back: Pattie Smysor, Treasurer; Frankie Ayres,
Diane Chamberlin, Lural Lowry, Ellen Buckhannan, Patsy Lee Miller,Glenda Herschi, Martha Dressier, Virginia Price, Jessie Foster. NOT PICTURED:
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THESPIANS


New Club... Zinn presides and Morrison directs... Opening
Night, opening season...evening of One Acts...Thespian
troupe started... Parrish elected prexy...plans bright for next
year...


FIRST ROW, i. to r.: Marilyn Bridges, Carolyn Bridges,
Diane Chamberlin, Mary Jane Jenkins, Ida Mae Liven-
good. SECOND ROW, i. to r.: Rosemary Sawyer, Susan
Cone, Jane Arnold, Bill Mansfield, Jane Hunter. THIRD
ROW: Charles Parrish, President, John Eshleman, Hunter
Black, Carmen Jenkins, Billy Hill, Joan Zinn.


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DRAMATICS CLUB-First row, i. to r.: Jane Arnold, Jane Hunter, Carol Meyer, Susan Cone, Diane Chamberlin, Mary Jane Jenkins,
Ann Morgan. SECOND ROW: Patty Smysor, Jensene Godwin, Carmen Jenkins, Rosemary Sawyer, Marilyn Bridges, Byron Tidwell,
Sally Alvord, Charlotte Halverson. THIRD ROW: Shirley Jones, Russell Henderson, Carolyn Bridges, Betty Will, Ida Livengood,
Joan Zinn, Charlotte Smysor. FOURTH ROW: Bill Mansfield, Hunter Black, Charles Parrish, John Eshleman, Billy Hill, Rosemary
Livengood.


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VIOLINS: Jimmy Stringfellow, Alan Ferguson, Mary
Mitchell, Bobby Mounts, Lance Lazonby, Ann Sav-
age, Eva Hill, Nancy Gilbert, Cathy Block, Sally
Bingham, Margaret Yeats, Ruthanna Marie Davis,
Kristine Baswell, Patsy Anchors. CELLOS: Donna
Killinger, Carol Myer, Jane Bingham, Nancy Wal-
lace, Terry Sneeringer, Mary Ellen Davis. FLUTE:
Willard Wolfe. CLARINET: Carol Blocker. OBOE:
Keith Stanley. FRENCH HORN: Allin Luther. CORNET:
Colson Schoonmaker. BASS FIDDLES: Allie Cone,
Mary Alice Myer, Ester Northrop. PERCUSSION:
Kenneth Morris.



ORCHESTRA
After school rehearsals preparing for concert .
aid to music boosters Mister Brown directs .
assembly program scores hit spring concert finishes
activities for a successful school year.


FUTURE HOMEMAKERS
Club baking students taking cookie sale raises funds for
future club activities fixed curtain in auditorium as service to school ..
Initiation and parties sponsor March of Dimes drive delegates attend
State Convention Daytona Beach big city, big business, big time.


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FIRST ROW, 1. to r.: Maggie Taylor, Lila Williams. SECOND ROW: Nell Dyal, Charlotte Halverson, Mary Charles Garrett, Donna
Killinger, Mrs. Ingle, sponsor; Nancy Blake, Anne Gracy, Jean Shultz, Jean Campbell, Margaret Yeats. THIRD ROW: Vern
Andrews, Judy Burch, Vivian Bradley, Shirley Gilbreath, LaVerne Rowlison, Ann Morgan, Linda Black, Patsy Anchors. FOURTH
ROW: Eleanor Ann Foster, Dorthy Jean Davis.


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Miller Merchant
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Arthur Godwin
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Buddy Edge
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Walter Godwin
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FOOTBA LL 1950


JULIAN OLSON
HEAD COACH


GENE BOLICK
Backfield Coach


Gordon Smith
CO CAPTAIN
BACK


Charles Parrish
CO-CAPTAIN
END


BACK ROW: Bill Schultz, Jim Stringfellow, David Anderson,
Charles Parrish, Alray Howard, Miller Merchant, Jimmy
Strange, Frank Strozier, Dan Cox, Gordon Smith, Johnny
Arnette. CENTER ROW: Wesley Larson, D. J. Mase, Buddy
Edge, Earl Rosier, Bernie Parrish, Hunter Black, John A.


Murphree, Tommy Bronson, Caldwell Marshall, Buddy Zip-
perer, Buddy Brockenbrough, Peter Colson. FRONT ROW:
Lee Schultz, Jimmy Miller, Herbert Crowson, Larry Smith,
Arthur Godwin, Walter Godwin, Hershel Markham, Tommy
Evans, Jimmy Mallard, Jimmy Dell.


Caldwell Marshall
BACK


Herbert Crowson
GUARD


Lee Schultz
BACK


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END


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Coach Olson


L. to R. BACK ROW: Coach Olson, Charles Parrish, Jim Dell, David Anderson, John Eshleman, Billy Schultz, Jim
Stringfellow. FRONT ROW: Tommy Evans, Buddy Edge, Jim Mallard, Steve Schnell, Hunter Black, Bill Hutcherson.


BASKETBALL SCHEDULE


P. K. YONGE
Jan. 5.......................... 35
Jan. 6...........................49
Jan. 9........................ 48
Jan. 13..........................53
Jan. 19............................56
Jan. 20...........................50
Jan. 23................ .......46
Jan. 26.......................... 49
Jan. 27....... ................50
Jan. 30...............6...........64
Feb. 3.......................... 48
Feb. 6.......................... 59
Feb. 9.........................71
Feb. 10...................... 31
Feb. 15............................55
Feb. 15......................... 33
Feb. 19.........................86
Feb. 23.........................42
Feb. 24......................... 47
Feb. 26............................63


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Seabreeze .........................45
Ocala ................................33
Starke ................................40
St. Joseph............................ 32
Bronson .............................41
Melrose .............................. 37
G.H.S ...............................38
Ocala ..................................39
Fletcher .............................51
Reddick ............................46
Lake Butler.........................51
Reddick ............................38
Starke ...............................54
Lake Butler.........................39
St. Joseph..................... 37
Tournament-Seabreeze..........................38
Melrose .............................38
Seabreeze .......................40
Fletcher ............................32
G.H.S. ................................43


GROUP II CLASS A SUB-GROUP TOURNAMENT AT MONTICELLO
Feb. 28..........................54 There Monticello ........................43
Mar. 1..........................54 There Lake Butler..........................39
Mar. 2..........................52 There Perry ................................37
FINALS GROUP II TOURNAMENT AT ST. AUGUSTINE
Mar. 3..........................39 There Bolles Academy..................31
STATE TOURNAMENT AT GAINESVILLE
Mar. 8..........................36 Here Marianna ...........................47


Sub-District Trophy


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Steve Schnell Hunter Black
FORWARD FORWARD


Jimmy Stringfellow
FORWARD


Team experiences superb year end season with

fifteen-five record ... Mentor 6lson hits stride team

reaches all time high with Melrose 86-38 Parrish,

Hutcherson, all E. F. C. and Co-Captains Monticello,

Lake Butler, Perry fall to give men Western District III

Championship Bolles succumbs P. K. District III

champions ... State, flu, Marianna proves too much ...

Parrish to play in North-South game team, school,

hosts, rightfully pleased with record, trophies, conduct

. .. eight of eleven players graduate .. next year? ...

P. K. prepared to retain leadership in basketball.


Bill Hutcherson
CO-CAPTAIN-GUARD


George Beers
MANAGER


John Eshleman
CENTER


Bill Schultz
GUARD
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David Anderson
CENTER


Charles Parrish
CO-CAPTAIN-GUARD


Jimmy Dell
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State tournament-P.K.Y. vs Marianna.


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TRACK '51


Gene Bolick
COACH


FRONT ROW: Lee Schultz, Joe White, Larry Smith, Mutt Marshall, Charles Parrish, Kenneth Morris.
SECOND ROW: George Will, Ralph Guy, Robert Little, Perry Foote, Fred Pitts, Walter Godwin. THIRD
ROW: Billy Gray, Manager, Alray Howard, Co-Captains Billy Schultz, and Herbert Crowson, Miller
Merchant, David 'Anderson, Leon Davis, Frank Strozier, Jimmy Dell.


P. K. Yonge
Invitational Trophy


Hillsborough
Trophy


Track team enjoys outstanding year enter E. F. C. track meet
for first time bring home trophy scant clads successfully defend
Hillsborough title P. K. cindermen rake in highest honors at own
Invitational meet ... several qualify for District; State Crowson,
Schultz share Captain title Bolick generator for team team to
miss grads should still be tough next year speed, luck, strength,
skill, training, will tell tale.


E.F.C. Trophy


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TEAM OF '51


Jimmy Emerson
CENTER FIELDER


Wesley Larson
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BASEBALL


FRONT ROW: Jim McCollum, Phillip Larson, Managers. SECOND ROW: Bernie Parrish, Mutt
Marshall, Tommy Evans, Buddy Edge, Fred Robbins, Bill Hutcherson. THIRD ROW: Wesley Larson,
David Andcrson, Jimmy Emerson, Jimmy Dell, Johnny Arnette, Steve Schnell, Coach Cliff
Milligren.




Experienced squad gets off to slow start lose first four
come back strong with seven straight ... Anderson and Larson
share mound duties Co-Captains Evans and Schnell leading
stickmen ... new diamond initiated with series of wins Milli-
gren and Olson coach P. K. nine reach semi-finals of District
play strong team seen for next year.





BASEBALL SCHEDULE


P. K. YONGE
M ar. 27........................ 5
M ar. 30 ........................ 3
Apr. 4........................ 6
Apr. 10....................... 2
Apr. 18........................14
Apr. 20........................ 5
Apr. 25........................ 6
Apr. 30........................ 16
M ay 1 ........................ 10
M ay 4........................ 4
M ay 5........................ 4


M ay 9........................ 5

M ay 14........................ 5
M ay 18........................ 5
M ay 19........................ 0


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East Florida Conference
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Sub Group Tournament
at Williston
at Williston
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Palatka ..................... 8
Starke .......................... 6
Ocala .......................... 10
Starke .......................... 3
Lake City...................... 4
Bronson ...................... 3
Ocala .......................... 3
Reddick ...................... 7
Lake City...................... 6
Reddick ...................... 3
Bronson .........:............ 3

Ketterlinus ................10

W illiston .................... 4
Bronson ................. 4
G.H.S. .................... 3

















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FRONT ROW: Shirley Jones, Rita Jenkins, Joanna McKinney, Lural Lowry, Jean
Robertson. BACK ROW: Charlotte Smysor, Patsy Lee Miller, Joe White, Foye
Radford, Patty Smysor.

"One, two, three, four!"... up and at 'em ... cheerleader tryouts ...
Smysor, White Co-Captains. .. Jones, Smysor, Jr., Miller, Jenkins, veterans
back again Robertson, Radford, McKinney, Lowry, new but good .
new uniforms ... after school practices new yells .. "Roll Blue Wave"
... rain or mud, never fail football games, basketball games ... end of
season ... more tryouts.


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SOFTBALL TEAM
FRONT ROW: I. to r. Byron Tidwell,
Diane Chamberlin, Mary Jane Jenkins,
Frankie Ayers, Shirley Jones. BACK
ROW: 1. to r. Charlotte Smysor, captain,
SJoan Beville, Foye Radford, Joan Zinn,
Patsy Smysor.





Girls' sports .. 1951 Miss Joyce Hammond coaches .volleyball nets honors for school

S.. hockey, archery introduced girls' basketball team jumps ahead during second year... new

tennis team makes good showing in interscholastic meets ... enter state tourney ... square dancing,

social dancing,.shuffleboard, badminton, paddle tennis round out program girls' sports begin

to come into their own "fifty-one" sees much advancement toward added and due emphasis on

this important phase of living sportsmanship, honesty, character taught first goodbye to

Miss Hammond ... P. K. regrets losing capable and ambitious teacher... did much to push athletics

toward top .. season comes to close looking forward to next year.




















L. to r.: Charlotte SmysoN, Rita Jenkins,
Shirley Jones, Patty Smysor.


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ELEVENTH AND TWELFTH GRADE TEAM-L. to R. TOP ROW: Glenda Herschi, Joan Zinn, Jessie
Foster, Byron Tidwell, Foye Radford, Patty Smysor. BOTTOM ROW: Diane Chamberlin, Co-Captain,
Charlotte Smysor, Co-Captain, Shirley Jones, Frankie Ayers, Carmen Jenkins, Rita Jenkins.


NINTH AND TENTH GRADE TEAM-L. to R. TOP ROW:
Donna Killinger, Jean Campbell, Jackie Boldt, Patsy Lee
Miller, Captain, Ann Gracy, Martha Boone, Mary Birdie
Howard. BOTTOM ROW: Jo Ann Morgan, Eunice Gil-
breath, Nancy Blake, Judy Burch, Betty Lou Moratto.


SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE TEAM: Top Row L. to R:
Kent Hale, Catherine Constans, Deloyce Timmons, Louise
Lofton, Sylvia Jones, Rachel Gunn. Bottom Row: Diane
Snead, Susi Mauderli, Cay Murphree, captain, Martha
Parrish, Lee Ann Elliott.


Champs again!



GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL

Spikes net balls hot serves after school practice for County volleyball

tourney .. big day arrives hard games walked away with championship again.



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Lural Lowry, Co-Captain, Pam Thomas, Betty Lou Moratto, Carmen Jenkins,
Rita Jenkins, Glenda Garrison, Diane Chamberlin, Frankie Ayers, Mary Jane
Jenkins, Foye Radford, Charlotte Smysor. CENTER ROW, Back to Front:
Patty Smysor, Shirley Jones, Paula Dressier, Co-Captain, Virginia Price.


GIRLS' BASKETBALL

"Sink it, kid!" familiar lingo at practice faculty game, season
opener ... faculty uniforms "1925" style ... those referees ... girls
won despite odds university champs game six-foot centers .
Olympics game... more practice... more fun more points good
season.


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Royal Couple at Coronation.


Wet weekend does not dampen Homecoming

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SENIOR PLAY

CAST
Grampaw Vanderhoff.........................Hunter Black
Penny Sycamore.............................Diane Chamberlin
Paul Sycamore.................................... Tommy Evans
Essie...................................Jessie Foster
Ed....................................Joe White
Alice Sycamore.................................... Terry Beecher
Tony Kirby................................ Gordon Smith
Rheba.................................Charlotte Smysor
Donald...............................Earl Rosier
Mr. de Pinna..................................... Charles Parrish
Mr. Henderson.................................... Bill Mansfield
Olga.....................................Carmen Jenkins
Mrs. Kirby........................... Mary Jane Jenkins
Mr. Kirby........................................Jimmy Stringfellow
Gay Wellington............................Rosemary Sawyer
Detectives.......................................... Jimmy Emmerson
Steve Schnell
George Will
"Well, sir" Seniors pick hilarious
comedy Akin back to direct again
... thank goodness cast of nineteen
floors all fire works, playwrights
. all in one package make-up mad-
ness Dell abode scene of uproarious
party "you should have been there."

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KIRBY TAKES A SPILL. L. to R.: Gordon Smith, Diane Chamberlin, Tommy Evans, Jimmy
Stringfellow, Allie Cone, Mary Jane Jenkins.


JUNIOR PLAY


CAST
Clarence................. ............. David Anderson
Cora.......................................................... Leslie James
Bobby.......................... ....... Burrows Dolbeare
Mr. Wheeler..............................................Buddy Edge
Mrs. Wheeler........................................Shirley Jones
Miss Pinney.................................. ....... Lural Lowry
Dinwiddie..................................................Keith Stanley
Della.............................................. ...........Paula Dressier
M r. Stem........................................................Lee Shultz
Mrs. Martyn...........................................Rita Jenkins
Davis directs David stars .
"Clarence" rehearsals prove funnier
than Tarkington's original repeats
during school performance cause sensa-
tion Buddy adds line "I'll get it in
a minute flash bulbs, trombones,
Charleston party after performance
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Jones, Keith Stanley, Burrows Dolebeare, Paula Dressier, Rita Jenkins.


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New dresses seamstresses choose under-
water theme .Land of the Lost original script
. Mrs. Ingle directs styles .painted flats
S. .successful production.


Lural Lowry, Paula Dressier, Colleen Schultz.


STANDING-L. to R.: Carolyn Yeats, Glenda Garrison, Johnnie
Ruth Walker. SEATED: Patty Canfield, Patsy Anchors.


L. to R.: Byron Tidwell, LaVerne Rowlison, Jean
Campbell, Gretchen Ehrman, Lila Williams.
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SKIP DAY- CAREER DAY

The elite class
Seniors skip ... Olson, Swift supervise
shanghai swimming, softball .
cameras, cameras and more cameras ...
sunburns and souvenirs... all return in- L -' ,
tact Career day ... glimpse of the '
future from the experts classes, ca-
reers, exhibits Marriage proves big
drawing card in classes Brown's
plastics biggest at exhibits four
schools represented Newberry, High
Springs, G.H.S., P.K.Y. expectations
run high for next year.
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Door prize at the Christmas Dance.


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Juniors initiate new Christmas dance ...
door prizes... entertainment... mistletoe
proves impotent Christmas trees .
Holiday season starter Freshman Hop
. Bali Hai ... lonely island sprouts from
floor .., stars descend ... Freshmen show
good taste Johnny Jelanik enter-
tainment... theme ... Junior-Senior prom


Entertainment at the Junior-Senior Prom.


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MAL DANCES


black magic Student Center band
punch and cake pictures on the
patio... floor show ... Lou and B. dance
casketmakers get in plug magician
rings audience bar room quartet .
balloons and more balloons .dancing
'til twelve.


A fine band and good music.


A wonderful Freshman Hopl


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Mon., Sept. 9, 1950-First Day of School.
Wed., Oct. 11, 1950-Box Supper sponsored by the 10th grade from 6:30-9:30. Games,
cake walks, and box dinners.
Fri., Oct. 20, 1950-Homecoming Assembly, Homecoming supper, bonfire and pep rally.
Sat., Oct. 21, 1951-Homecoming parade, football game, and dance.
Tues., Nov. 14, 1950-"Trial by Jury" given for Student Body and parents at 2:30.
Fri., Nov. 17, 1950-"Sock Hop," sponsored by Annual Staff, immediately after football
game.
Sat., Nov. 18, 1950-Senior Play, "You Can't Take It With You."
Wed., Dec. 6, 1950-Spanish II trip to Ybor City.
Fri., Dec. 15, 1950-"The Wondrous Story" presented by Senior Chorus.
Sat., Dec. 16, 1950-Christmas Formal Dance, given by Junior Class.
Fri., Dec. 22, 1950-Key Club Hayride.
Thurs., Jan. 11, 1951-Fashion Show.
Sat., Feb. 3, 1951-State Fair.
Wed., Feb. 28, 1951-Dramatics Club Plays, "One of Us" and "Much Ado About Loving"
presented at Opening Night.
Thurs, March 8, 1951-State Basketball Tournament.
Wed., March 14, 1951-Basketball Game-Girls' Team vs. Women Faculty.
Sat., April 7, 1951- C st ri ci Band Contest in Jacksonville.
Wed., April 11, 1951-Latin Day.
Sat., April 14, 1951-South Sea Island dance sponsored by Junior Class.
Fri., April 20, 1951-East Florida Conference Track Meet in Deland.
Sat., April 28, 1951-Junior Class Play "Clarence."
Mon., April 30, 1951-Donkey Baseball Game sponsored by Band jointly with G. H. S.
Band.
Thurs. and Fri., May 3-4, 1951-State Band contest in St. Petersburg.
Sat., May 12, 1951-Freshman Hop.
Tues., May 15, 1951-Keyette Hayride.
Thurs., May 17, 1951- Senior Skip Day.
Fri., May 18, 1951-Career Day.
Sat., May 19, 1951-Junior-Senior Prom.
Thurs., May 27, 1951-Y Club Hayride.
Fri., May 28, 1951-Second Annual Music Festival.
Sun., June 3, 1951-Baccalaureate Sermon.
Thurs., June 7, 1951-Commencement.


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GRADUATION 1951


At last after twelve years ... THE NIGHT... com-

mencement... caps and gowns "Pomp and Circum-

stance" speakers Black, Eshleman, Hunter and

Zinn, student orators ... Dr. Norman, featured speaker, JANE HUNTkr

gives message to seniors diplomas awarded re-

freshments, reception ... fifty-six graduate ... will miss

and be missed ... Thanks, P. K... Bye, bye Class of '51.





DR. J. W. NORMAN RECEPTION
Featured Speaker After Commencement




HUNTER BLACK
Student Speaker


JOAN ZINN
Student Speaker


JOHN ESHLEMAN
Student Speaker
















Chemistry Class


Shop and Manual Arts


TURNING now to studies ... P. K. offers
more than just a good time ... extended
courses in various fields ... SCIENCE... an
outstanding program General Science
... Biology. Chemistry... Physics...
field trips. .. actual experiments ... numer-
ous test and exams to rate standings .
MUSIC ... every phase of training offered
... Band ... orchestra .. .Junior and Senior
Choruses Glee Club concerts .
operettas .. contests music festival at
close of year combines all... ART.. .classes
paint from real life and still life... tour and
study exhibits... MATHEMATICS... sched-
ule includes General Math .Algebra I; II
... Plane Geometry ... Solid Geometry ...
Trigonometry... .interesting and up-to-date
classes BUSINESS ... typing short-
hand... office machines. bookkeeping
. the essentials of good business .


Home Economics








HOME ECONOMICS one or two year
course cooking sewing family
life teaches happy living and social
adjustment MANUAL ARTS ... Shop
. Mechanical Drawing LANGUAGES
. Latin I, II Spanish I, II classes
study history and background of other
lands attend conventions visit
museums field trips... PHYSICAL EDU-
CATION outstanding in every way ..
interscholastic sports tournaments ...
contests CORE CURRICULUM .. what
the Lab school is noted for ... the core or
center of education .. the common learn-
ings plus other topics chosen by the
students and teachers .. .The Yonge School
S.. using modern methods of teaching ...
the latest equipment and offering a
well rounded education to all ...


Senior Core Curriculum Class


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CLASS OF '51
FRONT ROW: Jane Hunter, Susan Cone, Marilyn Bridges,
Ida Livengood, Rosemary Sawyer, Joe White, Horace Arring-
ton, Charlotte Smysor, Hunter Black, Edwina Hill, Jimmy
Emerson, Bill Hutcherson, Jimmy Stringfellow, Charlotte
Louise Delk, Carolyn Bridges, Joan Zinn, Carmen Jenkins.
CENTER ROW: Dallas Deyarmond, Joyce McGriff, Johnnie
Ruth Walker, Carita Bradley, Barbara Dell, Jane Arnold,
Glenda Garrison, Jessie Foster, Terry Beecher. Betty Latimer,


Byron Tidwell, Eula Crider, Alice Neal, Marion Stansbury,
Mary Jane Jenkins, Diane Chamberlin, Herbert Crowson,
Gordon Smith, L. F. Swift, sponsor. BACK ROW: Allin Luther,
Bill Mansfield, Griffith Sweeney, George Beers, Steve
Schnell, Keith Stanley, Luther Blake, Billy Schultz, John
Eshleman, Bud Page, George Will, Bill Hill, Allie Cone,
Charles Parrish, Louis Howell, Tommy Evans, Henry Harris,
John Parkhurst.


PROPHECY


After many years of service, the old car was taken
into a garage to have its windshield washed. As the
garage attendant rubbed the sparking surface vig-
orously a white cloud arose resembling remarkably
the cloud Aladdin saw when he rubbed his magic
lamp. As I watched, figures began to form and
soon recognized my former classmates of the Class
of 1951. In the cloud I saw:
Glenda Garrison, the highest paid eye model in
history, posing for "Exotic Eye Shadow."
Johnnie Ruth Walker, presiding in her first grade
class.
Terry Beecher, on her way to Reno. The authorities
finally caught up with her for being married to three
husbands at once.
Diane Chamberlin, whose husband is quite adapt
at huggin' and chalkin'.
Edwina Hill, making a fortune from the tourists
by giving her "Complete Southern Accent Course
In Ten Minutes."


Herbert Crowson, the foremost newscaster today,
opening his fifteen-minute broadcast with "Well,
there's good news tonight."
Susan Cone, who received her M.R.S. degree early
in life, raising her own baby sitters.
Mary Jane Jenkins, first woman bandleader in
the world, leading the "Jenkins Jivers."
Joyce McGriff, finally catching that football player,
in happy married bliss.
Ida May Livengood, who got so much experience
slinging hash, is now slinging dishes at her hus-
band.
Joan Zinn, still,after twenty years, the only woman
football player on Notre Dame's team.
Betty Latimer, the highest paid secretary in the
business, sitting on the boss's knee.
Marion Stansbury, world famous author, selling
the fifty thousandth volume of her Cheaper by the
Score."








Alice Neal, secretary of the International Theatre
Chain, touring the world with her boss.
Bud Page, in the army now, still a private lo these
many years.
John Eshleman, senator from Florida, campaigning
vigorously for the office of President of the United
States.
Rosemary Sawyer, still writing on that great epis-
tle, "Acting is My Hobby."
Carolyn Bridges, aspiring actress, in the role of
Juliet. Apparently Romeo hasn't come yet.
George Will, contentedly raising his corn and
children.
Jessie Foster, having run Lena Horne out of busi-
ness, is the country's leading singer today.
Reinaldo Garcia, the Presidentof General Motors,
is drawing a better salary than Mr. Truman himself.
Bill Hutcherson, still five feet six, holding the In-
ternational Tennis Championship.
Gordon Smith, still the Casanova-about-town, is
getting serious now. Too bad, girls!
Keith Stanley, who has recently proven Einstein's
theory of relativity wrong, is now revising and cor-
recting it.
Carmen Jenkins, the leading experimental veteri-
narian of today, is now experimenting with the
effect of catnip on cats.
Bill Hill, vice-president of the Radio Corporation
of America,has just invented a new five-speed pho-
nograph.
Griffith Sweeney, who passed away last year, lying
contentedly six feet under.
Charles Parrish, having grown another sixteen
inches, is the leading scorer in the nation's basket-
ball spotlight.
Bill Schultz, currently drawing huge crowds to the
Ringling Brothers' Barnum and Bailey Circus, posing
as the "Pipe Cleaner Man."
Charlotte Smysor, comfortably settled down on
her own horse farm, raising all sorts of things.
Horace Arrington, who is now at his summer home
in Trenton, on vacation from his many world-wide
concert tours.
George Beers, proving his way into the fifth di-
mension, and having a wonderful time doing it.
Luther Blake, now proprietor of "Blakes's For Ev-
erything in Five Minutes Shop, is Gainesvilles' most


prosperous businessman.
Marilyn Bridges, professor of Home Economics at
Agnes Scott, is happily anticipating many more years
in this captivity.
Jane Arnold, with a rolling pin in hand, waiting
for her husband to come home.
Peter Colson, now a missionary in South Africa,
indoctrinating the natives there with his stories.
. Allie Cone, who is now pastor of the First Presby-
terian Church of Micanopy.
Charoise Delk, eminent painter, has just hung "the
Stupendous Woman" in the Metropolitan Art Insti-
tute.
Barbara Dell, living up to her word, is now still
unmarried and planning to stay that way.
Dallas Deyarmond, sitting in a rocking chair with
his fifth son on his knee.
Tommy Evans, who has taken Joe DiMaggio's
place as top hitter in the American League.
Henry Harris, the foremost authority on radio cir-
cuits in the country, is now using his knowledge
with radar.
John Parkhurst, writing a new standardized dic-
tionary.
Steve Schnell, who expired from surprise when
his girl said "Yes."
Joe White, leading his own band.
Jim Stringfellow, who has finally achieved his am-
bition to gain weight.
Nelson Da Silva, still thrilling all the girls.
Rita Bradley, advertising the "after" part of "Ritza
Color Hair Dye."
Eula Crider, married to the man of her dreams.
Louis Howell, who is now the owner of the Gaines-
ville Candy Company.
Jim Emerson, who has just beaten Harry James in
a popularity contest among band leaders.
Allin Luther, who is now leader of the New York
Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra.
Byron Tidwell, now taking Gypsy Rose Lee's place
in society.
Hunter Black, who stayed in the gutter so long
they finally signed him up in the Plumbers Union.
Bill Mansfield, the first dentist of his kind, is now
perfecting a denture for dogs.
Jane Hunter, who died the day after the Annual
was sent off.




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