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Group Title: Yongester
Title: Yongester.. 1953.
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Title: Yongester.. 1953.
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    Front Cover
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    Front Matter
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    Title Page
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    Dedication
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    Faculty
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    Classes
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    Organizations
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    Senior superlatives
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    Scenes around school
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    Back Matter
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DEDIClTIOnI


Because her devotion, interest and guidance
have inspired us to the higher things of life, and
for her sincere understanding and endless help in
working for student advancement, we, the Class
of 1953, dedicate our edition of the YONGESTER
to Mrs. Gladys O. Laird.




















MEMORY


Arthur Erwin Godwin


"....A boy's will is the wind's will;
And the thoughts of youth are long,
long thought... ."
--Longfellow




























Dean J. B. White


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Principal E. W. Van Aken


Director E. A. Davis





















Julian Olsen 12 A Core


Robert Gibson 12 B Core


Hank Bishop II B Core


W. J. McEntee Io A Core


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Alice Gorman Io B Core


Eugene Ktchng 9 A Core
Eugene Kitching 9 A Core


Hal Riehle 8th Grade


Jean Crago School Secretary


Lillian Maguire Registrar


Eunice Calhoun 7/th Grade














Ann Hart Art Evelyn Babb Business Education


C.W. Knight Industrial Arts Gladys Laird Latin & Algebra



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Caroline Ferguson Librarian


0. B. Pate Mathematics


Vidal Trujillo Spanish


W.L. Goette Science


Kelsey Ingle Home Economics

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Louise Baudin Chorus





























Coach Julian Olsen Coach Hank Bishop


Margaret Buckhannan


Ruth Smith Girls Athletics


School Nurse


ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS
LEFT TO RIGHT: Myrna Husted, Blanche Skinner, Ruth
Peeler, Addie Hill, Maud Watkins, Patricia Alpren,
Manette Swette. NOT PICTURED: Lucy Nulton.




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HERNANDO BERMUDEZ S. DE SANTAMARIA
Entered P. K. from Colombia, S. A., Senior
year.

CAROL ELIZABETH BOCKLER
Sports Day 3; Tennis Team 3; Class Vice-Pres.
4; Keyettes 3,4; Vice-Pres. 4; President 4;
S. W. S. I; Camera Club 2; Fashion Show 1,3;
Band 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3; Chorus I; Orchestra
2, 3,4; Junior Play Crew 3; "Our Miss Brooks"
cast and crew 4.




JACQUELINE CAROL BOLDT
Basketball 3,4; Volleyball 2, 3,4; Softball
2, 3,4; Tennis 4; Keyettes 2,3,4; Historian 3;
Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Y Club 4; S.W.S. I; Junior
Classical League 1,2; Fashion Show I;
Undertow I,2; Chorus I,2; "Our Miss Brooks"
cast 4.

WILLIAM G. BOLTIN
County Sports Day 1,2, 3,4; Tennis 3; Track
I, 2; Basketball 2, 3; Class President 1,4; Vice-
Pres. 1, 3; Treasurer 2; Student Council I, 2, 3,4;
Honor Court 4; Key Club 2, 3,4; Secretary 3;
Junior Classical League 1,2; Undertow Co-Editor
4; Band 2; "His First Shave" cast 3; "Our Miss
Brooks" cast 4; Homecoming Escort 3.





JAMES GAMBREL BROWN
Projector Club 1,2,3,4; "His First Shave"
crew 3; "Our Miss Brooks" crew 4.

ELLEN BUCKHANNAN
Softball 3; Track I, 2; Keyettes 3,4; Treasurer
4; Sgt-at-Arms 4; Y-Club 2,3,4; Treasurer 4;
S.W.S. 1,2; Vice-President 2; Cheerleader
1,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Manager 3; Publicity
Manager 4; Orchestra 1,2; Chorus 2,4; Fashion
Show I,3; Undertow Staff 1,2; "His First
Shave" cast 3; "Our Miss Brooks" cast 4;
Assistant Editor YONGESTER.




DAILY BURCH
Entered Air Force Senior Year.

RUTH JOAN BYNUM
Softball I, 2, 3; Track I, 3, 4; Volleyball 4;
Basketball 3; Y-Club 2, 3,4; Vice-Pres. 4;
Fashion Show 1,3; Band I,2,3; Majorette 1,2;
Cheerleader 3,4; "His First Shave" crew 3;
"Our Miss Brooks" crew 4; Snapshot Editor
YONGESTER.








HUBERT COMMINGE
Track 4; Tennis I,2; Latin Club 1,2,3; Camera
Club 3,4; Undertow I,2; "His First Shave"
crew; "Our Miss Brooks" crew; Photography
Editor YONGESTER.

IVEL COX
Transferred from G.H.S. Junior year; Fashion
Show 3; Senior Receptionist 4.






GWENDOLYN LAURA CROXIER
Senior Receptionist 3; Fashion Show I; Chorus
1,2, 3; Camera Club 2, 3; Undertow 1,4;
"Trial By Jury" cast 2; Junior Play crew 3.

JAMES MAXEY DELL III
Football 2, 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Track 1, 2, 3,4;
Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Class President 3; Key
Club 2, 3,4; Student Council 3,4; Junior Classical
League 1,2; Homecoming Chairman 4; Junior
Play crew 3; Senior Play cast 4.






MARTHA ANNE DRESSLER
Softball I; Basketball 3; Volleyball 2; Track 2;
Class secretary I; Y-Club 2, 3,4; Spanish
Club 3; President 3; Fashion Show 1,3; Band
3,4; Chorus 1,2,4; "His First Shave" crew;
"Our Miss Brooks" cast 4; Art Editor of
YONGESTER.

MARY SUE DRESSLER
Track 1,3,4; Tennis 4; Basketball 2,3; Volleyball
I, 3; Softball 2,3; Class Secretary I; Treasurer
2, 3; Spanish 3; Treasurer 3; Y-Club 4; S.W.S.
2; Band 3; Chorus 1,2,3; Fashion Show I, 3; Cast
1,3; Girls' Chorus 2, 3; Secretary 3; "His First
Shave" crew 3; "Our Miss Brooks" cast 4;
Undertow I,2,4; Clubs and Classes Editor
YONGESTER.






DAVID FOUTS
Football 3,4; Key Club 3.4; Junior Classical
League 1,2; "His First Shave" crew 3.

CHARLES G. GELTZ
Sports Day 2,3; Basketball 3; Football 2, 3;
Undertow 4; "His First Shave" crew 3; "Our Miss
Brooks" cast 4.


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MARJORIE ROSE GILBREATH
Fashion show 1,3; Nurse's office 4.

GEORGE A. HILL
County Sports Day I,2, 3,4; Softball I, 2, 3;
Football 1,2, 3,4; Track 2; "His First Shave"
crew 3.





REBECCA HILL
Keyettes 3,4; Chaplin 3; Undertow staff I,2,4;
Band 1,2, 3,4; Majorette 2,3, 4; Historian 3;
Fashon Show 1,3; "His First Shave" cast 3; "Our
Miss Brooks" cast 4; Feature Editor YONGESTER.

CHARLENE S. HUMPHREYS
Class Secretary 4; Keyettes 2,3,4; President
4; Vice-President 3; Treasurer 2; Y-Club 4;
Student Council 3,4; District III President 4;
F.A.S.C. 3; S.A.A.S.C. 4; S.W.S. Club 1,2;
Chorus 1,4; Undertow 2; Fashion Show 1,3;
Class Secretary I; Band I, 2, 4; Assistant Band
Manager 4; Cheerleader 3; Commencement
Marshall 3; Senior Receptionist 3; "Our
Miss Brooks" cast 4; Basketball 2; Business
Manager YONGESTER.





ELEANOR IRENE JONES
Transfered from Lakeland High Junior year;
volleyball sports day 3; Keyettes 4; Chaplain 4;
"Our Miss Brooks" cast 4; Band 3,4; Treasurer
4; Orchestra 3.

CAROLYN JO KNOWLES
Class President I; Student Council 2, 3,4;
Secretary F. A. S.C. 3; Girls' State Representative
3; Keyettes 2, 3,4; Chaplain 4; Secretary 4;
Honor Court 3; S.W.S. 1,2; President 2;
Chorus I,2, 3; Fashion Show I; Orchestra 1,2,3;
Undertow 1,2.





CHARLES WESLEY LARSON, II
Football 1,2, 3,4; All EFC 3, 4; Little All State
4; Co-Captain 4; Basketball 3,4; Baseball I,2,
3, 4; Track 3; Sports Day I, 2, 3; Class President
I,2,4; Parliamentarian 4; Key Club 2,3,4;
Secretary 3; Treasurer 4; Projectors Club I,2, 3;
"Our Miss Brooks" cast 4; Commencement
usher 3; Boys Sports Editor YONGESTER.

HERSHEL ARNOLD MARKHAM
Softball I, 2, 3; Track I, 2, 3; Volleyball I;
Football 2, 3,4; Band 1,2.








JOHN CALDWELL MARSHALL
Football I,2, 3,4; Captain 4; Baseball I, 2,3,4;
Basketball 3,4; County Sports Day 2; Class
Vice-President 2; Treasurer I; Key Club 2, 3,4;
Treasurer 4; Student Council 2; Junior Safety
Council 2; Junior-Senior Prom M.C. 3;
Homecoming Breakfast M.C. 3; Commencement
Usher 3.

DARREL J. MASE
Football 2, 3,4; Track 2, 3; Undertow Staff 4;
Junior Classical League 2; "Our Miss Brooks"
cast 4; County Sports Day 3.







JESSIE MATTOX
County Sports Day 2,3, 4; Football 4; Volleyball
3; Softball 2; "His First Shave" crew 3.

MARJORIE ELIZABETH McINNIS
Camera Club 1,2; Band I,2, 3,4; Chorus I;
"Our Miss Brooks" cast 4.







SHELLIE JOANNA McKINNEY
Sports Day' Track 1,2, 3; Class Treasurer 3;
Parliamentarian 1,2,4; Y-Club 2,3,4;
Undertow Staff 1,2, 4; Junior Classical League
I; Fashion Show 1,4; General Chairman 4;
Chorus 1,2,3; Cheerleader 2; Homecoming
Sponsor 3; "His First Shave" Student Director;
Co-Art Editor YONGESTER.

MARGARET McCLAMROCH
S. W.S. I,2; Junior Classical League I,2; Keyette
4; Vice President 4; Fashion Show 1, 3; Band
1,2, 3; Chorus I,2; "Our Miss Brooks" cast 4.







MARY McCLAMROCH
S. W. S. 1,2; Secretary 2; Junior Classical
League 3,4; Band 1,2,3; Chorus 1,2; Fashion
Show cast I; "Our Miss Brooks" cast 4.

HARRY MILLER MERCHANT
Football 2, 3,4; Track 1,2, 3; County Sports
Day 1,2,3,4; Class Treasurer 4; Student
Council 4; Honor Court Chancellor 4;
Junior Classical League I, 2; Latin Club I, 2;
Newspaper 4.


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CAROL MEYER
Class President I; Student Council 1,2, 4;
Parliamentarian 4; Honor Court 2; F.A.S.C. 2;
N. A. S.C. 4; Orchestra 1,2; Business
Manager 2; Keyettes 2,4; Historian 2; Fashion
Show I; S.W.S. 1,2; Secretary I; President
2; Dramatics Club I; Secretary I; Junior
Classical League 1,2,4; Spanish I 4; Library
Club I, 2; "Our Miss Brooks" cast 4.

WILLIAM MICHAEL MILLER
Football 3,4; Student Council 4; Executive
Board Member 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Parliamen-
tarian 4; Sgt-at-Arms 4; Junior Classical
League 1,2; Homecoming Senior Chairman
4; Undertow Editor 4.





PATSY LEE MILLER
County Sports Day 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1,3;
Softball 1, 3; VolleyballI, 2, 4; Track I, 2; Class
Secretary 1,3,4; Y-Club 2,3, 4; Secretary 2;
Undertow Staff 4; Fashion Show 1,4; Chorus 1,2;
Cheerleader 1,2, 3,4; Yonger Set Editor 4;
S. W. S. 1,2; "His First Shave" crew 3; "Our
Miss Brooks" crew 4.

PERRY BRADLEY MILLER
Football 3,4; County Sports Day 3,4.





ALVIN LYNN MOORE
Football 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Track 3,4;
Volleyball 3,4; Executive Board 4; Treasurer
2; Key Club 3,4; "His First Shave" crew 3;
"Our Miss Brooks" crew 4; Commencement
usher 3.

BETTY LOU MORATTO
Tennis Team 2; Basketball 2; Volleyball
1,2, 3,4; Softball I, 2,3; County Sports Day
1,2,3,4; Y-Club 1,2, 3,4; Fashion Show I;
Cheerleader 3,4.





DEWAYNE MORGAN
County Sports Day 1,2, 3,4; Football I,2, 3,4;
Baseball I; Softball I, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball
I,2, 3,4; Track 3; "His First Shave" crew 3.

JO ANN MORGAN
County Sports Day 1,2, 3,4; Track I,2, 3;
Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2, 3; Tennis 3;
Chorus I; Fashion Show I.
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KENNETH DALE MORRIS
Football 3; Track I,2, 3, 4; Key Club 2,3,4;
Band 1,2,3,4; Assistant Manager 3; Captain 4;
Permanent representative to Rotary; Junior
Classical League 1,2; Chorus 2; Christmas
Pageant I.

JOHN A. H. MURPHREE, III
Football I, 2,3,4; County Sports Day 2, 3,4;
Class Vice-President 2, 3,4; Key Club 2, 3,4;
President 4; Student Council 4; "Our Miss
Brooks" crew 4.



LOIS ANN NELLER
County Sports Day I,2; Track I,2; Volleyball
I; Basketball 2; Class treasurer I; Parliamentarian
2; Spanish Club 3; President 3; Treasurer 3;
Undertow Staff 3; Assembly Committee 2;
Fashion Show I, 3; Fashion Show Cast 3; "His
First Shave" Stage Manager 3; Band I,2,3,4;
Librarian 3; Historian 4; Chairman Freshman
Hop I; Editor-in-Chief YONGESTER.

JEANNETTE LOUISE ROBERTSON
Track 1,3; Volleyball I,2,4; Softball 1, 2; Class
President 3; Treasurer I; Student Council
President 4; Vice-President 3; S.W. S. Club I,2;
Spanish Club 1,3; Keyettes 4; Fashion Show
I, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3,4; Captain 4; Homecoming
attendant 3,4; Commencement Marshall 3; "Our
Miss Brooks" crew 4; Girls Sports Editor
YONGESTER.



S SARAH VIRGINIA SCHNELL
Volleyball I; Softball I; Class Secretary 2;
S. W. S. Club I, 2; Spanish 1, 3; Spanish I 4;
Band 3; Chorus I, 2, 3; Fashion Show I, 3; Keyettes
2, 3,4; Treasurer 2; Secretary 4; Homecoming
attendant 4; Sponsor 2, 3; "Our Miss Brooks"
crew 4, Assistant Business Manager Yongester.

ANN W. SIMPKINS
Entered P.K. in Junior Year. Class Treasurer 4;
Chorus 3; Treasurer 3; Junior Classical League 4;
Secretary 4; Homecoming sponsor 4; "His
First Shave" crew 3; "Our Miss Brooks" cast 4.



FRANK CALLOWAY STROZIER, JR.
Football 2, 3,4; Track 2,3; Basketball 3; County
Sports Day 2,3; Class President 2; Chorus 3.

PAMALEE THOMAS
County Sports Day 3; Tennis 2; Basketball 2;
Softball 3; Spanish I Club 3; Secretary 3;
Spanish II Club 4; Chorus I; Band 3; Fashion
Show I, 3.









JOHN RICHARD. WEBB
Entered P.K. Junior Year; Football 4; "Our
Miss Brooks" crew 4; County Sports Day 3.

ELIZABETH JOYE WHITE
County Sports Day; Track 2, 3; Class Secretary
I; Keyettes 3,4; Vice-President 3; S.W.S.
Club 2; Secretary 2; Student Council I, 3,4;
Student Body Secretary 4; F.A.S.C. 3; Fashion
Show 1,3; Fashion Show-Cast I; Band 1,2,3,4;
Captain 3; "His First Shave" cast 3; "Our Miss
Brooks" cast 4; Girls' State Representative 3;
Homecoming Breakfast Chairman 3; Chorus
2, 3,4; Copy Editor YONGESTER.





BETTY ANN WILL
Fashion Show Usher I; Band 1,2; Orchestra 3;
Dramatic Club 2,4; Senior Receptionist 2;
"His First Shave" crew 3; "Our Miss Brooks"
crew 4.

ROBERT WOOD
County Sports Day 1,2, 3; Softball 1,2, 3;
Volleyball 1,2, 3; Track 3; Football I, 2,3.










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nIGHT Liff Of R SfnlOR



The night life for a senior of '53 is portrayed by our
two football heros WES and JOHN as they attempt to
STROZIER out of the house. They leave after a BOLDT
from the BURCH ANN in a MASE of pain. Going. to the
old hangout otherwise known as the "Tomaine Tavern" or
"PIG", WES and JOHN and their BROWN and WHITE MUTT
settled down for an evening MARY fun.

While sitting at the PIG, our beloved seniors watch a COX load of co-eds
from the dear old U of F come CROZIERing by. The girls being forward, as
most co-eds are, they entranced our heros into a WEBB of conversation. All
was going well on this eventful night until two of P. K. 's gals got wind of this
meeting ANN then LOIS and SALLY came running. They got to the PIG and saw
those sweet innocent boys with nasty old college students. Oh! Those bloodcurd-
ling yells. LOIS and SALLY started chasing those horrible co-eds over HILL
and DELL and finally caught them in the WOODS. After many hours of fighting,
our gals got to feeling sorry for those co-eds and revived them with BUCKETS
of water. LOIS told them FRANKLY that if they didn't leave our big P. K. boys
alone they would call the YONGE MARSHALL out after them.

AL1 ended well. The co-eds were taken to jail for fraud, and our gals went
home satisfied of a night well spent.

Don't think we at P. K. are big bullies or anything, the secret is we have a
MORRIS code of our own. Thank goodness only OLSEN and GIBSON have bothered
to figure it out. Incidentally, there's one last point we'd like to make: There is
MOORE to this than we dare print.






















David has a new puppy.


Hey Dickie,
lonesome?


Smile for the camera man, Charlene.


Just us,
Mary and
Martha.


Someday Alvin
will be a foot-
ball player.


























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Carol.




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cold,
Carolyn?


Oh what
a man,
Ken.







CLASS PROPHECY

Dear Diary: Today the Class of '53 had it's 25 year reunion.
Some of the old class have really changed.

MARY McCLAMROCH became a missionary to Africa, she started out a big
success but ended up in the pot.
DONALD FAGAN became such a famous architect that he was contracted to
build the new swimming pool at P. K.
CAROL MEYER became so involved in Goette's lab that she finally dissolved
in a testtube.
DICKIE WEBB is now over television replacing Arthur Godfrey. He is a living
example for Toni Home Permanent.
MARJORIE GILBREATH joined the Waves, she liked it so well that she is now
converting that certain Admiral.
GENE THOMPSON went into the real estate. He brought up all the front lake
property out at Newnan's Lake. Gene is now the richest man in town.
ELLEN BUCKHANNAN is the classes only mortition. Her motto was that "you
can't take it with you" Incidentally, she offers free burial to all members
of the Class of '53.
DEWAYNE MORGAN became an outstanding electrician, last reports were
that he finally went haywire.
MARJORIE McINNIS was such a frequent visitor at the Gatro Band room that
she was finally made a permanent fixture.
DAVID FOUTS is one of Florida's best wrestlers. He now has taken over
Smilin' Ed's job, keeping P. K. straight.
ANN SIMPKINS started out as a nurse, but ended up nursing a certain
Schoonmaker.
DOUGLAS BOYD'S ambition was to be an aviation mechanic. We hear he is
now overhauling all space ships from Earth to Mars.
JACKIE BOLDT has settled down. We hear there are a number of Crabtree's
around the abode.
PERRY MILLER joined the Navy. He is now roving the seven seas.
PATSY LEE MILLER is now co-editor for the New York Times, she also,
however, writes editorials for the Gainesville Daily Excuse.
KENNETH MORRIS finally got his wish. He was voted outstanding Vet of 1975.
Hear he specializes in Chicks.
JEAN ROBERTSON having so much success at P. K. became the first lady-
President. (She also models for B-C headache tablets.)
JOHN A. MURPHREE started out as a judge, but became the Beattle-Bomb at
the Stock-Car races.
MARY DRESSLER got where it was too hard to drive and scan both sides of
University at once. Hear she's now moved to 5th Ave.
BILLY BOLTIN became a famous dentist and is still getting on people's nerves.
JO ANNA McKINNEY got caught in a trumpet valve and the Colonel had to dis-
pose of all three.
FRANK STROZIER ran into a goal while starring on the All-American Foot-
ball team.
SALLY SCHNELL went on tour for the Metropolitan Opera Company. She has
returned back to the Dell and is now singing lulabyes to Jr.
HARRY MERCHANT is now an outstanding surgeon, until infatuated by a nurse,
he took a man's liver out instead of his appendix.
REBECCA HILL after many years of happily married bliss, finally developed
Thompsonities.
CHARLES LEVERETTE is the leading Republican senator from Florida
advocating free institutions for morons. Charles was always fond of the
juniors.





JOAN BYNUM wrote a book on "The Art of Giggling and It's Effects." She
then died while giving free demonstrations at the Pike house.
HUBERT COMMINGE got left in the dark room with a certain party. If there
is an annual, it will be pending on what develops.
CAROL BOCKLER has settled down and is now raising her own little band.
JAMES BROWN is now a successful mechanic. We all are crossing our fingers
hoping he doesn't get caught in a short circuit.
IVEL COX after many years of Army camps is now raising a little major.
(Richie, Jr.)
JIMMY DELL one fatal day got so mixed up in his date book that he finally
turned to his profession, and now is leading medical doctor.
GWEN CROZIER worked so hard at catching a man that she finally died of
exhaustion.
D. J. MASE leaned too far out the window while looking over at the girl's
dorms, he is now recuperating from a broken heart.
LIBBY WHITE after four years of college, wrote her masters thesis on "How
People Go Crazy. "
MIKE MILLER retired at the age of 30. It seems that he stumped Einstien
with a question and they are paying him to keep it quiet.
ELEANOR JONES worked so hard to be a farmer's wife, when she did marry
she collapsed of fatique.
ROBERT WOOD is n'w a famous speed skater. He recently was declared
Champion of. 1963.
CAROLYN KNOWLES became a concert pianist until one fatal day she got lost
in the keys.
ALVIN MOORE got such good experience as a half-back that he is still running
from all women.
CHARLENE HUMPHREYS got such good experience as business manager of
the annual, she now runs the household very smoothly.
GEORGE HILL became a fine politician. He is now honorary mayor of
Gainesville.
MARGARET McCLAMROCH became a dress-designer, bathing suits got so
skimpy that she now copies some of Mother Natures ideas.
JESSE MATTOX liked the Army so much that he is now the best Napolean in
the assylum.
MARTHA DRESSLER became an excellent bridge player. She has now become
lost in the shuffle.
DAILEY BURCH went into the Army. He is now a favorite fan of beans.
LOIS NELLER 'had a very brilliant future as a nurse. But somehow she got
sent off with the last annual shipment, and hasn't been seen since.
CHUCK GELTZ went into engineering. He invented a new fangled air-con-
ditioning unit designed for Florida.
BETTY LOU MORATTO wanted to be a nurse. The only thing she got from
it was raising her own Nursery.
HERSHEL MARKHAM became so involved with women, that the unforeseen
has happened, Hershel is now a woman-hater.
PAM THOMAS settled down, kids, home, car, and Mike.
WESLEY LARSON became a big league baseball star but was ostracized
for making passes at the fans.
BETTY ANN WILL wanted to be a teacher. She now has taken over Miss
Sweatt's kindergarten at dear ole P. K.
MUTT MARSHALL's ambition was to become a driving coach. He is now
driving the stage coach from Newberry to Trenton.
JO ANN MORGAN died of shock when someone from Egypt told her that
they knew where Micanopy was.
LEON DAVIS has become an outstanding businessman. He now lives in Perry,
Florida.
HERNANDO BERMUDEZ, after learning the language spoken at P. K., had
to return to Colombia to learn to talk again.







LOST WILL AlnD TSSTmf nT

We, the Seniors of the P. K. Yonge Laboratory School, Gainesville, Alachua
County, Florida, being of sound mind and disposing memory (we hope) and body,
since we have only recently recovered from flu, mumps, measles, chicken-pox,
toothache, heartache, and other minor illnesses. Knowing that we are about to
leave our beloved school, we do hereby give and bequeath to the Junior Class our
most treasured possessions. We commission them to see that all provisions are
faithfullycarriedout to the last jot and tittle, the penalty for failure being the
sentence to live forever with the Seniors in another world. However, the prop-
erties are in the power of the receivers to sell, mortgage, lease, or to dispose
of in any manner satisfactory to them:
I, Carol Bockler, give and bequeath my black band shoes and socks to anyone
capable of squelching Harrison McDonald.
I, Jackie Boldt do hereby give and bequeath my interest in the acres of Crabtrees
to Pat Anchors!
I, Billy Bolton, give and bequeath my position on the Honor Court to Don Harrell
as I know he will do the job as I did.
I, Douglas Boyd, leave, at last.
I, James Brown, give and bequeath my tarzan yell to Allen Baer to match that
hulk of his.
I, Ellen Buckhannan, not unselfishly, leave nothing, since I'm saving myself for
Jack.
I, Dailey Burch, give and bequeath my many talents to Rosemary Livengood and
Thelda Thompson.
I, Joan Bynum, had planned to leave my cheerleading ability to a Junior, but
since it would do no good, I just leave
I, Hubert Comminge, leave my ability to make things develop in the dark room
to Eddie Smith.
I, Ivel Cox, give and bequeath my knowledge of house-keeping to Donna Killinger
and Jean Shultz in case they have a need for it.
I, Gwen Crozier, just want to leave the school to who ever wants it.
I, Leon Davis, leave my great inability to catch a football to Russell Henderson,
If he ever needs it.
I, Jimmy Dell, give and bequeath my ability to play basketball to Julian Symsor,
need we say more.
I, Martha Dressler, triumphantly leave my tardy record to Coach Olsen, so he
won't have that to contend with next year.
I, Mary Dressler, leave my bashfulness to Linda Black for her use at w.ill.
I, Donald Fagan, give and bequeath half of my many ambitions to Gilbert
Thompson, hoping he will have better results.
I, David Fouts, leave my well-beaten path to G. H. S. to Jack McKinney, as if
he really needed it.
I, Marjorie Gilbreath, will my sweet smile and friendly attitude to Eleanor Foster
and Jensene Godwin.
I, George Hill, will my address book to Joyce Brower so that she may keep her men
classified.
I, Rebecca Hill, give and bequeath my heart to S. A. Thompson with no return
address.
I, Charlene Humphreys, give and bequeath my alto voice to the Junior Class so
they'll have a wider range. (Of Knowledge?).
I, Eleanor Jones, leave my absent mind to Maggie Taylor, knowing I won't miss
it and Maggie won't need it.
I, Carolyn Knowles, give and bequeath my curly hair to Charlotte Halverson so
she won't have to train hers with "Robert Curlie. "
I, Wesley Larson, will my fast ball to Harry Swilley in hopes it will improve his'
slow one.
I, Charles Leverette, give and bequeath my knack for getting along with people to
Frank Gago.
I, Hershel Markham, will to Rufus Kite-Powell the nickname I received in the
ninth grade-----"God's Gift to the Women."
I, John "Mutt" Marshall, do hereby leave my Y-sweater to Bull (Tommy Bronson)
so that he and Evelyn won't have to fight over his.
I, D. J. Mase, give and bequeath my rare possession of being totally ignorant of
my attractiveness to Donald Wilcox.
I, Jesse Mattox, hereby will to Billy Weaver my ability to study so that he can
use it as I have.
I, Margaret McClamrock, give and bequeath my "Pony-tail" to Judy Burch so
Arthur can pull her around better.
I, Mary McClamrock, will my ability to chew gum and get away with it .in Mrs.
Laird's classes to Dickie Mann.
I, Marjorie Mclnnis, give and bequeath my perfume to Tiger Holmes so that he
w,7ill always be a "Man of Distinction. "








I, Jo Anna Mc.Kinney, give and bequeath my ability to get along with the Gator
Band to Nancy Blake, in hopes that she will join me soon at the University.
I, Miller Merchant, leave my curly hair to Paul Harvey, so he will have some-
thing to do during his spare time on the football field.
I, CarolMeyer, give and bequeath my straight "A's" on the report cards to
Walter Godwin so that he will always be eligible for sports.
I, Perry Miller, leave my ability to be different to Lamarr Morgan and Robert
Little so that P. K. will always have variety.
I, Patsy Lee Miller, leave my "rah rah" and "nose for news" and anything else I
have that anybody would want to anybody in the Junior class who wants it.
I, Mike Miller, give and bequeath my ability to get along with Mrs. Gorman to
LaVerne Rawlison and Jack May.
I, Alvin Moore, leave my interest in the lower grades to Jimmy Duke because "you
can't take her with you. "
I, Betty Lou Moratto, leave my superb ability for making speeches in speech class
to Suzanne Latimer.
I, Joan Morgan, give and bequeath my athletic ability to Shirley Gilbreath and Mary
Birdie Howard,
I, Dewayne Morgan, hereby leave my extreme height, to Delmar Sheffield, so
that he will never be looked down upon.
I, Kenneth Morris, hereby will to the entire Junior class, my golden rule, "Never
do today what you can put off until tomorrow. "
I, John A. H. Murphree, III, give and bequeath my mechanical ability to Billy
Gray so he can fix himself up a hot rod also.
I, Lois Neller, give and bequeath the Annual to anybody who is CRAZY enough
take it.
I, Jean Robertson, leave my knowledge of parliamentary procedure to Bernie
Parrish hoping it will help? ?
I, Sally Schnell, give and bequeath to Ann Morgan my ability to hold a man, of
course, with hard work.
I, Ann Simpkins, leave to Gretchen Ehrmann my "Pony-tail" so she will have
company for her "Horse's-tail. "
I, Frank Strozier, Jr. give and bequeath my weight to Willard Wolfe so that
Coach can use him next year as a guard.
I, Pam Thomas, will my ability to study (ha ha) to Ann Gracy and Dorothy Jeanne
Davis.
I, Gene Thompson, will my loud mouth to Bennie Brabham so that he can pester his
Core teacher just as I have.
I, Dickie Webb, leave my knowledge of "Cute" jokes to the football team, so they'll
have something to talk about after practice.
I, Libby White, give and bequeath the Student Council minutes to anyone who is fool
enough to take them.
I, Betty Ann Will, give and bequeath my intelligence to Vern Andrews and Lila
Williams so they can fail Core with out any effort.
I, Robert Wood, leave my quietness to Nell Dyal and Mary Charles Garrett,
knowing I'm asking too much.
I, Hernando Bermudez, give and bequeath my slight knowledge of Spanish to the
Spanish class so they will always be able to speak it.
(As if English didn't serve the purpose.)
To the Junior class as a whole we will Rooms 140 and 132. The front seats in
the auditorium and what we thought as Juniors to be Senior Privileges. (boy, do
you get fooled). To the teachers we will the memory of a class noted for its bril-
liance, for its promptness, its perfect deportment, and for the outstanding good
looks of each member. We beg them, however, not to hold us up too often as
examples. Other classes might become envious. To P. K. Yonge we will the good
wishes and assurance that we shall return to these halls as often as possible.
(Heaven help you "all")
Signed,.
Witnessed by: // Signed

// Signed
// Signed /_, _
In witness whereof we have here unto set our hands and seals to this our Will and
Testament consisting of two pages, each of which has been signed in the presence of:



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PRESIDENTS
Bernie Parrish, Russell Henderson


VICE-PRESIDENTS
Russell Henderson, Arthur Holmes


IST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Nancy Blake, Lila Williams, Gretchen Ehrmann, Jensene Godwin, Ann Morgan,
Joyce Brower, Maggie Taylor, Mary Charles Garrett, Charlotte Halverson, Donna Hostedder. 2ND ROW: Eddie
Smith, Rufus Kite-Powell, Vern Andrews, Nell Dyal, Thelda Thompson, Perry Foote, Robert Little, Sponsor:
Mr. Hill. 3RD ROW: Jack McKinney, Paul Harvey, Tommy Bronson, Arthur Holmes, Don Harrell, Delmar
Sheffield, S.A. Thompson, Billy Gray, Allen Baer. ABSENT: Julian Smysor, Raguel Marrero.
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SECRETARIES
Pat Anchors, Ann Morgan


TREASURERS
Arthur Holmes, Donald Wilcox


IST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Rosemary Livengood, Dorothy Jeane Davis, Ann Foster, Ann Gracy, Donna Killinger,
Jean Shultz, Shirley Gilbreath, Mary Birdie Howard. 2ND ROW: Sponsor; Hank Bishop, Lamar Morgan, Bennie Brabham,
LaVerne Rawlison, Pat Anchors, Linda Black, Jimmy Duke, Frank Gago, Billy Weaver. 3RD ROW: Bernie Parrish,
Donald Wilcox, Walter Godwin, Dickie Mann, Harry Swilley, Gilbert Thompson, Russell Henderson, Willard Wolfe.
ABSENT: Judy Burch, Suzanne Latimer, Jack May, Laila Ziada.










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PRESIDENTS
Buddy Alday, Cay Murphree


VICE-PRESIDENTS
Tommy Johns, Margaret Ann Reitz


IST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Wilson, Rachel Gunn, Shirley Haven, Jo Anne Little, Louise Loften, Inez Hare,
Sandra Howell, Martha Alleger, Barbara Lewis. 2ND ROW: Thomas Boyd, Dorothy Douglas, Larea.Zimmerman, Betsy
Merchant, Margaret Ann Reitz, Sally Bingham, Katy Constans, Tilley Murphree, Gall Kite-Powell, George Brabham,
Sponsor: Mr. McIntee. 3RD ROW: Philip Larson, Tommy Johns, Sammy Gray, John Mullett, Roger Foote, Bob Cherry,
John Thompson, Donald Kluge, Bernie Hirscht. ABSENT: Buddy Alday, Norma Jean Sherouse.


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SECRETARIES
Peggy Watson, Carol Congleton


TREASURERS
Betsy Merchant, Putnam Crabtree


IST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Sarah Byers, Lexyne Clyatt, Pat Halverson, Jo Ann Hill, Elizabeth Dell, Phyllis Lagasse,
Sara Belle Arnett, Mary Specht, Peggy Watson, Evelyn Douglas. 2ND ROW: Barbara Guiteras, Sally Van Aken, Kay
Murphree, Sylvia Jones, Mary Elizabeth Clayton, Ann Harris, Mary Hirschi, Jerry Mallard, Carol Congleton, Sponsor:
Mrs. Gorman. 3RD ROW: Joe Wise, Richard Smith, Donald Morgan, Edwin Johns, Putnam Crabtree, Riley Blitch, Joe
Tillis, Jimmy Gormsen, Jay Fountain. ABSENT: Tommy Salt.


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PRESIDENTS
Charles Carroll, Martha Parrish


VICE-PRESIDENTS
Burt Black, Charles Carroll


IST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Barbara Helzel, Beverly Texada, Simone Bueller, Barbara Brasington, Joan Strother, Anne
Savage, Carolyn Dyal, Susi Mauderli, Penny Pierson, Gay Rice. SECOND ROW: Richard Crozier, Frank Weaver,
Wallace Harrington, Lee Ann Elliott, Sally Merchant, Ann Baringer, Kent Williams, Arthur Green, Sponsor, Mr.
Kitching. THIRD ROW: Jim Sensabaugh, Hugh McRorie, Fred Olenger, Charles Carroll, Harry Evans, Aden Sowell, Pat
Patrick, Bill Beers. ABSENT: Claudia Barber, Carol Cooper.


















SECRETARIES
Carol Cooper, Janice Robertson


TREASURERS
Barbara Cake, Jill Battle


FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Lee Morgan, Emmalyn Bault, Josephine Leps, Jill Battle, Diane Sneed, Kent
Hale, Barbara Cake, Carol Creighton, Martha Parrish. SECOND ROW: Harrison McDonald, Ruth Wilcox, Marcia Daily,
Marilyn Batey, Sandra Hollis, Sally Stewart, Janice Robertson, David Browning, Ricardo Russi, Sponsor, Miss
Padgett. THIRD ROW: Wayne Whittlesey, Roy Harrington, Burt Black, Gene Wester, Jiggs Little, Hank Buckhanna,
Bill Sawyer, Cecil Guin, Paul Fullager, Lynn Ten Eyck. ABSENT: Gail Woods, Claudia Reaves.


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First Semester President: Jane Bingham,
Secretary-Treasurer: Rollene Fulghum,
Vice-President: Mary Keitt Alday,


Second Semester: Secretary-Treasurer:
James Harvey Hord, President: Terry
Davidson.


FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dee Ann Mims, Karen Carson, Penny Thomas, Ruthanna Davis, Mary Ellen Davis,
Nadene Brogdon, Lynn Williams, Sandra Henderson, Rollene Fulghum, Sandra Orton. SECOND ROW: Bobby Bowman,
Kessler Meyer, Grady Stephens, Mary Keitt Alday, Jane Bingham, John Pierson, Gary Lewis, Rudy Gertner, George
Kirkpatrick, Sponsor, Mr. Reihle. THIRD ROW: John Kates, Terry Davidson, Clifford Beasley, Tommy Canfield,
Ira Smith, John Selle, James Harvey Hord, Buddy Wise, Donald Winsor. ABSENTEES: John Harris Wilson, John Ellis
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First Semester, President: Gayle
Veldink, Vice-President: Clarence
O'Neill, Secretary, Nancy Wallace,
Sandy Creighton, Treasurer: Pat

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Powers, Secretary: Pat Bledsoe,
Vice-President: Anne Holder, Second
Semester: President: Louie Echols.


FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Helen Brogdon, Terry Sneeringer, Gail Veldink, Kay Baldwin, Barbara Marshall, Anne
Holder, Pat Powers, Pat Bledsoe, Elinor Sheffield. SECOND ROW: Sponsor, Mrs. Calhoun; Gracia Baer, Grace
Tallman, Theodosia Griffin, Sally Ehrmann, Ferris Holbrook, Gail Bronson, Helen Bell Jones, Virginia Shollar,
Frances Murphree, Nancy Wallace, Eva Hill. THIRD ROW: Dan Thompson, Aaron Tallman, Louie Echols, Sandy
Greighton, Donald Dunn, Skipper Browne, Beverly Eutsler, Stanley Livengood, Clarence O'Neill, George Hack.







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Photography Editor
HUBERT COMMINGE


Clubs and Classes
MARY DRESSLER


Copy Editor
LIBBY WHITE


Art Editor
MARTHA DRESSLER


Girls Sports Editor
JEAN ROBERTSON


Snapshot Editor
JOAN BYNUM


Boys Sports Editor
WESLEY LARSON


Assistant Art Editor
JoANNA McKINNEY


Feature Editor
BECKY HILL







STUOt T COUnCIL


VICE PRESIDENT
Edwin Johns


PRESIDENT
Jean Robertson


IST SEMESTER, IST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Gretchen Ehrmann, Gayle Veldink, Jane Bingham, Edwin
Johns, Jean Robertson, Libby White, Charlene Humphreys, Carolyn Knowles. 2ND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT:
Sponser, Mr. Gibson; George Hack, Rudy Gertner, Kent Williams, Miller Merchant, Mike Miller,
Hank Buckhannan, Buddy Alday, Sponser, Hank Bishop. 3RD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Rufus Kite-Powell,
Bernie Parrish, Perry Foote, Charles Carroll, Jimmy Dell, John Mullett, Billy Boltin.


IST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Phyllis Lagassee, Martha Parrish, Cay Murphree, Edwin Johns, Jean
Robertson, Libby White, Charlene Humphreys, Carolyn Knowles, Carol Meyer. 2ND ROW, LEFT TO
RIGHT: Sponser, Hank Bishop; Louie Echols, George Hack, Terry Davidson, Jack May, Hank
Buckhannan, Cecil Quinn, John A. Murphree, Mike Miller, 3RD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Russell
Henderson, Perry Foote, John Selle, John Mullett, Wesley Larson, Tommy Bronson, Miller Merchant.


SECRETARY
Libby White










HOnOR COURT


Chancellor of the Honor Court
MILLER MERCHANT


HONOR COURT: Sponsor, Coach Hank Bishop; Buddy Alday, Miller
Merchant, and Billy Boltin.











































BASE, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ellen Buckhannan, Judy Burch, Carol Bockler, Charlene Humphreys, Carolyn Knowles,
Eleanor Jones, Margaret McClamroch. TRUNK: Jensene Godwin, Carol Meyer, Lila Williams, Libby White, Rachel
Gunn, Donna Killinger. CIRCLE, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary McClamroch, Jean Robertson, Jackie Boldt, Ann Gracy,
Norma Jean Sherouse, Carol Congleton, Lois Neller, Sally Schnell, Cay Murphree, Rebecca Hill. ABSENT: Ann
Simpkins.


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BASE, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mutt Marshall, John A. Murphree, Alvin Moore, Billy Boltin, Riley Blitch, Donald Wilcox.
TRUNK: Rufus Kite-Powell, Russell Henderson, Wesley Larson, Jimmy Dell, John Mullett. CIRCLE, LEFT TO RIGHT:
Mike Miller, Edwin Johns, Harry Swilley, Charles Leverette, Paul Harvey, Tommy Bronson, Perry Foote, Arthur
Holmes, Dickie Mann, S. A. Thompson, Kenneth Morris, Walter Godwin, Sponsor: Hank Bishop.





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BASE, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ann Gracy, Nancy Blake, Joan Bynum, Ellen Buckhannan, TRUNK: Judy Burch, JoAnna
McKinney, Donna Killinger, Mary Charles Garrette, Betty Lou Moratto, JoAnn Morgan. LEFT ARM: Charlene
Humphreys, Mary Dressier, Norma Jean Sherouse, Jean Robertson, Joyce Brower, Mary Birdie Howard, Sponsor,
Miss Smith; Jackie Boldt, Nell Dyal. RIGHT ARM: Maggie Taylor, Martha Dressier, Phyllis Lagasse, Inez Hare,
Rachel Gunn, Jean Shultz, Suzanne Latimer, Patsy Lee Miller, Cay Murphree.







LRflGURGE CLUBS

LfTIRl CLUB


LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary McClamroch, Willard Wolfe, Jensene Godwin.
SECOND ROW: Ann Simpkins, Carol Meyer, Margaret McClamroch, Martha
Alleger. THIRD ROW: Buddy Alday, Jack May, Gretchen Ehrmann,
Sponsor, Mrs. Laird.




SPlnISH CLUB


LEFT TO RIGHT: Ann Morgan, Linda Balck, Carol Meyer, Jensene
Goodwin. SECOND ROW: Ann Gracey, Gretchman Ehrmann,
Marilyn Baety, Sandra Hollis, Mary Charles Garett. THIRD ROW:
Sally Schnell, Pam Thomas, Nancy Blake, Donna Hostedder.







f. H. ft. CLUB


LEFT TO RIGHT: Sarah Belle Arnett, Nell Dyle, Nancy Blake,
Margaret Ann Reitz, Barbara Brasington, Kent Hale, Maggie Taylor,
Lee Ann Elliort. SECOND ROW: Mary Charles Garrett, Shirley
Gilbreath, LaVerne Rowlinson, Marsha Ann Burch, Anne Baringer,
Barbara Helzel, Gaye Rice, Jill Battle, Dorothy Jeanne Davis,
Sponsor, Mrs. Ingle.

DROMI TICS CLUB


LEFT TO RIGHT: Marilyn Baety, Jensene Godwin, Mary Charles
Garrett. SECOND ROW: Lila Williams, Nancy Blake, Sandra
Hollis.

CHESS CLUB


' LEFT TO RIGHT: Nancy Blake, Wayne Whittlesey. SECOND
ROW: Gretchen Ehrmann, Sponsor, Mr. McEntee; Jim
Sensabaugh. ABSENT: Jack May and Robert.






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CHORUS


Chorus Director
MISS BAUDIN


IST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Beverely Texada, Gay Rice, Ellen
Buckhannan, Martha Dressier, Charlene Humphreys, Emalyn Bault.
2ND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Baudin, Jean Shultz, Libby
White, JoAnn Hill. 3RD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Pat Halverson,
Joe Wise, Willard Wolfe.































































FLUTES: Willard Wolfe, Karen Carson, Ann Holder. OBOE: Dee Ann Minns. CLARINET: Carol Bockler, Judy
Burch, Mary Elizabeth Clayton, Louise Lofton, Lynn Williams, Sally Van Aken, Lorea Zimmerman, Joyce
Brower, Nadene Brogden, Helen Bell Jones, Barbara Marshall. BASS CLARIENT: Phyllis Laggassee. BASSOON:
Libby White. SAXOPHONE: Charlene Humphreys, Ann Savage. HORNS: Vern Andrews, Marjorie McInnis,
Harry Evans, Harrison McDonald. CORNETS: Frank Gago, Perry Foote, Mary Birdie Howard, Julian Smysor,
Kessler Meyer, Standly Livengood, Nell Dyal. TROMBONES: Ellen Buckhannan, Roger Foote, Arthur Green,
Cecil Quinn, Bobby Bowman, George Kirtpatrick. BARITONES: Eleanor Jones, Lois Neller, Martha Dressier,
Pat Powers. BASSES: Hank Buckhannan, Lynn Ten Eyck, PERCUSSION: Donald Dunn, Walter Godwin, Ken
Morris, Wallace Harrington, Barbara Cake, Rebecca'Hill.







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Head majorette
VERN ANDREWS


Six pretty girls...Lots of hard work
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Phyllis Lagassee,
Lorea Zimmerman, Vern Andrews,
Anne Savage, Judy Burch, Rebecca
Hill.


BAND OFFICERS: Charlene Humphreys, assistant band manager; Lois
Neller, historian; Ellen Buckhannan, publicity manager; Judy Burch,
Secretary; Perry Foote, band manager; Vern Andrews, head
majorette; Kenneth Morris, Band captain. ABSENT: Eleanor Jones,
treasurer.














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FOOTBfLL 1952


Coach Julian Olsen was the head
man who in his 5th year at P. K. gave
the school a perfect season and the
E. F.C. Championship. Assisting
him were Coaches Hank Bishop, in
his 3rd year at PK and Don Edwards.


LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Hank Bishop, Coach Julian
Olsen, Coach Don Edwards.


The boys who took most of the
gripe, and did the dirty work this
year were Phil Larson and Hank
Buckhanna. Congratulations for a
hard job well done boys.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Phil Larson, Hank Buckhannan.


Here're the gals everybody sees
at the games. Headed by Jean Robert-
son, the cheerleaders really did a
swell job and helped the Blue Wave
team through their greatest season.,


LEFT TO RIGHT, BOTTOM ROW: Evelyn Dougles,
Peggy Watson, Ellen Buckhannan, Betty Lou Moratto,
Joan Bynum. TOP ROW: Mary Wilson, Jean
Robertson, Sponsor, Miss Smith, Patsy Lee Miller,
Rachel Gunn.





















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Capt. Marshall HB
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Mase T


A. Godwin C
All EFC


P. Miller T


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Leverettee E


Harrell HB


Harvey T


Merchant FB


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Markham C


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EfST FLORID


FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Art Godwin, Mike Miller, Wes
Larson, Herschel Markham, Dickie Webb, Mutt Marshall,
Rufus Kite-Powell, Perry Miller. SECOND ROW: Bernie Parrish,
Arthur Holmes, Paul Harvey, Tommy Bronson, D.J. Mase,
Edwin Johns, Jimmy Dell, S. A. Thompson, Charles Leverettee,
PKY vs Seabreeze


Blue Wave opens season with strong experienced club. .
Marshall tops ground gainers... Swilley notches three TD's
as PK wins 20 7.

PKY vs Lake Butler

PKY plays Lake Butler for first time.. .team play fair...
come from behind to win 14 6.

PKY vs Wildwood

Offense improves. defensive play still outstanding...
Parrish leads offense as PKY wins 28 0.

PKY vs Bradford

PKY racks up second EFC win over Starke... Offensive line
looks good with Leverette, Mase, Markham, A. Godwin,
Holmes, Strozier, and Thompson as the standouts... final
score 20 6.

PKY vs Lake City

Offensive backs look good with Parrish, Marshall, Swilley, and
Moore leading the way...team play good as we take it 14 6.


OnflERErCE CHMflPIOnS

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THIRD ROW: Coach Hank Bishop, Harry Swilley, Walter
Godwin, Leon Davis, Don Harrell, Miller Merchant, Dickie
Mann, Frank Strozier, David Fouts, Alvin Moore, Coach
Julian Olsen.


PKY vs Palatka


Defensive line stands out... Davis, Merchant, Johns, Bronson,
Mann, Larson, W. Godwin, and M. Miller lead the way...offense
clicks and we take it 41 6.

PKY vs Ketterlinus

Blue Wave tumbles kingpins of EFC 12 6...Defensive backs
look sharp as Harrell, Dell, and Parrish stop passes.. .roll
to seventh straight win.

PKY vs Deland

7 6 win clinches EFC championship for Blue Wave...Dell boots
extra point.. defensive line superb.. too many fumbles hurt.

PKY vs Ft. Pierce

Homecoming crowd thrilled, as Ft. Pierce is upset 25 6...
everybody looks great.. rough and tumble playing dominates
fray... Marshall, Moore, and Larson named co-captains for year.

PKY vs Williston

Blue Wave notches first unbeaten season by downing Williston
13 0... sixteen seniors play last game... Swilley and Moore
score TD's...Next year? looks good.










JunIOR VARSITY


FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Burt Black, Hank Buckhannan, Winston
Little, Gene Wester, Jay Fountain, Roy Harrington. SECOND ROW:
Paul Foliger, Tommy Johns, Putnam Crabtree, Jimmy Gormson, Ira
Smith, Harry Evans. THIRD ROW: Phil Larson, Charles Carrol, Lerenzo
Crider, Riley Blitch, John Mullett. NOT PICTURED: Cliff Beasley,
John Cherry.









For the first time in the history of the school we fielded a

Junior Varsity football team. Under the leadership of Coach

Don Edwards they completed a very fine first year. In their

only start, they defeated Alachua 20 0, with Blitch, Salt, and

Mullett scoring touchdowns.










BASRETBfLL


1952


- '53


FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bernie Parrish, Perry Foote,
Mutt Marshall, Tommy Bronson, Wes Larson. 2ND ROW:
Coach Olsen, S.A. Thompson, Jimmy Dell, John Mullett,
Roger Foote, Edwin Johns.


SCHEDULf


R. E. Lee
Ocala
Jackson (Jax)
Starke
Ketterlinus
G. H. S.
Ocala
Seabreeze
Lake City
Lake City


- 42
- 58
- 56
- 35
- 41
- 24
- 47
- 59
- 22
- 62


PKY
PKY
PKY
PKY
PKY
PKY
PKY
PKY
PKY
PKY


- 64
- 77
- 60
* 63
-41
- 49
- 76
- 49
- 79
- 46


Starke
Palataka
DeLand
Seabreeze
R. E. Lee
Jackson (Jax)
Palataka
G. H. S.
DeLand
Ketterlinus


PKY
PKY
PKY
PKY
PKY
PKY
PKY
PKY
PKY
PKY


* 56
- 44
- 48
-41
- 47
- 72
- 65
- 77
- 66
- 76
































Tommy Bronson G


Bernie Parrish G


Capt. Jimmy Dell C


1%


S. A. Thompson F


Mutt Marshall F




























Walter Godwin G


John Mullett C


Perry Foote F


Wes Larson G


Roger Foote F~





















HIGHLIGHTS Of '53



Blue Wave starts year off with experienced club of five

letter men. .Thompson, Mullett non-lettermen turn in good

jobs. beat Lee first game... lose to Ocala and Jackson...

Come back to win nine straight including a 77 59 win over

Seabreeze... Dell, Thompson play leading roles.. .play Sea-

breeze in G'ville, but lose 64 63... Dell, Marshall sick...

Team loses three straight. whip Palatka, DeLand, twice

to finish season strong among leaders in EFC...District

and State tournaments coming up... Things look mighty

bright.

























fOOTBALL BARlQUET



Coach Hank toastmaster.... EFC Champs....
Mutt, Wes, and Alvin, co-captains.... received
gold footballs and emblems.... LaPradd, Dickey
and Foldberg attend.... a wonderful success.


















Jean Robertson
Headcheerleader


Patsy Lee Miller


Ellen Buckhannan


Betty Lou Morrato


Mary Wilson


Homecoming Parade





CHEfRLtAfDERS


Evelyn Douglas


Rachel Gunn


Peggy Watson



































FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Evelyn Douglas, Peggy Watson, Betty Lou Morrato,
Joan Bynum. SECOND ROW: Patsy Lee Miller, Jean Robertson, Rachel Gunn, Mary
Wilson, Ellen Buckhannan.


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"A" TEAM
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Betty Lou Morrato, Joan Bynum,
Joyce Brower, Nancy Blake, Jo Ann Morgan. SECOND ROW,
LEFT TO RIGHT: Jean Robertson, Captain; Jean Shultz, Mary
Birdie Howard, Patsy Lee Miller, Jackie Boldt, Patsy Anchors.









We were very proud of our 1952
volleyball teams. At the volleyball
sports day our A, B, and C teams
won the championships. Good work

girls.


"B" TEAM
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Barbara Helzel, Martha
Parrish, Cay Murphree, Penny Pierson, Carol
Congleton. SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Phyllis
Lagasse, Inez Hare, Sarah Byers, Katey Constans,
Lexyne Clyatt.





FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Karon Carson, Sandra Orton,
Rolene Fulgrum, Barbara Marshall, Sally Erhman.
SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Gayle Veldink, Lynn Williams,
SPenny Thomas, Elinor Sheffield, Nancy Wallace.






























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9th graders
take 1st prize
"Dixie-land"
theme.


Judy and .-Alvin make
perfect King and Queen.
School elected. Sally and
Jean pretty attendants to
court. Marilyn Maxwell
and Howard Wallace fuLure
royalties of years to come.


P. K. Band shines. Does
Dixiee music through the
ages" for half-time theme.
Phylis solos, girls dance
.... play Dixie.

























Eagle soup on menu. Ft. Pierce
gets scalloped. Many alumni return.
School looks great.









10th grade "Rides the
Waves to victory".
Girls, wonderful day,
big dance and banquet.


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Carol and Ken


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Jean and David


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BIGGEST FLIRT
Pam and Billy


BEST PERSONALITY
Charlene and Charles


DONE MOST FOR P. K.
Carolyn and Wes


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Pat and Alvin







WITTIEST
Mary and Dick
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ibby and James


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Marjorie and John A.


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Sally and Jimmy


MOST ATHLETIC
Joan and Mutt



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