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TO OUR PARENTS
To you who have made it possible for us to be what we are
today, and for what we will be in the future.
For giving us homes to live in, paying the bills,caring for
us when we were sick, providing the transportation we needed
so often, sharing our joys and our sorrows, guiding us, who
needed guiding so much, trying to build within us a sense of
responsibility, helping to train us for the life ahead, teaching
us a reverence for God and loving us in spite of everything.
We, the Seniors of P. K. Yonge, dedicate this, the 1954
J. B. WHITE
Dean of the College of Education
E. A. DAVIS
Director of P. K. Yonge
MRS. MARGARET BUCKHANNON
ROBERT E. GIBSON
12-A Core, American Literature
WILLIAM J. McEntee
12-B Core, Economic and
Political Problems, Science
II-A Core, Head Coach
OLEN B. PATE
II-B Core, Physics,
MRS. ALICE GORMAN ,
IO-A Core, Speech
MISS JEAN CRAGO
IO-B Core, World History
8th Grade Core
9-A Core, World History
7th Grade Core
MRS. PATRICIA CARTER
9-B Core, Speech
MISS CAROLINE FERGUSON
Director of Orchestra and Chorus
MISS EVELYN BABB
MRS. ANN HART
MRS. KELSEY INGLE
MISS RUTH SMITH
Girls Physical Education
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PATRICIA ANN ANCHORS
Class Secretary 3; Sports Day 3; "Y" Club 4; Tennis Team
3; Keyettes 4; Thespians 4; "Brainstorm" cast 3; Dramatics
Club 1; "Opening Night" cast 1; F. H.A. 1, 2; Secretary 1;
Fashion Show 1, 3; J.C.L. 1,2, 3; Spanish Club 3; Secretary
3; Band 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 4; Majorette 4.
VERN ELIZABETH ANDREWS
F. H. A. 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2; "Y" Club 2, 3, 4; Presi-
dent 4; Keyettes 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Head
Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; Drum Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; Thespians
3, 4; Acting Award 4; "Brainstorm" cast 3; "Well-That's
Nell" 4; "High Tide" 4; Sports Days 1, 2, 3; "Drums of
Death" cast 4.
Class Treasurer 2; "Brainstorm, Publicity 3; Sports Days 1,
Glee Club 1, 2; President 2; Senior Chorus 1, 2; F. H. A. 1, 2;
Vice-President 2; Fashion Show 1; Keyettes 4; High Tide 4;
"Brainstorm" crew 3; "Our Miss Brooks" usher 3; "Trial By
Jury" usher 1; Homecoming Attendant 4; Spanish Club 2, 3;
Senior Receptionist 3; "Yongester" staff, Copy-Editor 4.
NANCY GENEVIEVE BLAKE
Class Treasurer 1; Vice-President 2; Student Council 2; Li-
brary Club 1; Treasurer 1; Spanish Club 3; Chess Club 3,4;
Keyettes 4; Glee Club 2,4; Secretary-Treasurer 2; F. H. A.
1, 2, 3, 4; President 3; Treasurer 1; Sports Day 1, 2, 3, 4; "Y"
Club 2, 3, 4; President 3; Fashion Show 1, 2, 3, 4; usher 2;
Pep Club 4; State F. T.A. Convention 4; "High Tide" 4;
"Yongester" staff, Girl's Sports Editor 4.
BENNIE LEE BRABHAM
Entered P. K. Yonge from G. H. S. Sophomore year. County
Sports Days 2, 3; Photography 3.
THOMAS EDWARD BRONSON
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3,
4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Sports Day 1; Student Council 2, 4; Key
Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary 2, President 4; Band 1, 2; Treasurer
Entered P. K. Yonge from G. H. S. Sophomore year; Sports
days 2, 3; "Y" Club 3, 4; Band 2, 3,4; "Brainstorm" crew 3;
"High Tide" 4.
JUDITH LAVERNE BURCH
Class Secretary 1; Student Council 1; F. H. A. 1; Library 1;
Fashion Show 1, 4; Tennis Team 1; Sports Days 1, 2, 4; Band
1, 2, 3; Secretary 3; Majorette 1, 2, 3; Cheerleader 4; Co-
Captain 4; "Our Miss Brooks" usher 3; "Brainstorm" crew 3;
Pep Club 4; Senior Receptionist 4; Keyettes 2, 3, 4; Treas-
urer 3; "Y" Club 2, 3,4; Homecoming Queen 3,4; "YONG-
ESTER" staff, Assistant Editor 4.
JUAN BAUTISTA CORTEZ
Entered P. K. Yonge from Tampa, Florida, Senior year;
DOROTHY JEANNE DAVIS
Basketball 3; Sports Day 3; "Y" Club 4; "Brainstorm" Business
Manager 3; "Well-That's Nell" cast 4; Thespians 3,4; Fash-
ion Show 1, 3; F. H. A. 1, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; Undertow
staff 3; Band 1, 2,4; Orchestra 2; "High Tide" 4; "YONG-
ESTER" staff, Editor-in-Chief.
JAMES EDWARDS DUKE
Freshman Hop Committee, Jr. Sr. Prom Committee.
MILDRED WYNELL DYAL
Library Club 1; "High Tide" crew 4; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pres-
ident 3; Fashion Show 1, 3; "Y" Club 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Sports
Days 2, 3,4; "Brainstorm" crew 3; "Well-That's Nell" cast
Student Council 3; "Drums of Death" cast 4; "Brainstorm"
cast 3; "High Tide" cast 4; "The Dummy" cast 4; Fashion
Show 1; Thespians 4; Keyettes 4; J. C.L. 1,2, 3,4; Vice-
President 3, 4; F. H. A. 2, 3, 4; President.2; Library Club 1;
Treasurer 1; Spanish Club 3; Undertow Staff 1, 3; Basketball
MARY ANN FLORENCE
Entered P. K. Yonge from Jacksonville Beach, Florida, Sen-
ior year; Chorus 4; Fashion Show 4; Sports Day 4.
PERRY ALBERT FOOTE
Student Body President 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Class Pres-
ident 2; Boys State Representative 3; Baud 1, 2, 3, 4; Manager
3; Orchestra 4; Thespians 4; J. C. L. 4; "Brainstorm" cast 3;
Key Club 3,4; Homecoming Breakfast Chairman 3; Football
Manager 2; Basketball 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Baseball 2, 4.
ELEANOR ANN FOSTER
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2; "Brainstorm" Ticket Manager
3; Camera Club 4; Secretary 4; F. H. A. 1; Spanish Club 4;
Library Club 1; Fashion'Show 1; "YONGESTER" staff, Photo-
graphy Editor 4.
FRANK JOSEPH GAGO
Sports Day 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; "Brainstorm" crew 3; Basketball
Manager 2, 3; Fashion Show crew 3.
MARY CHARLES GARRETT
Sports Days 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 4; Fashion Show 1, 3; usher
4; F.H.A. 1,2, 3; Vice-President 2, Secretary 1; Spanish
Club 3; Chorus 2, 4; Girls Glee Club 2,4; "Y" Club 2, 3,4;
Dramatics Club 3; "Brainstorm" cast 3; "Well-That's Nell"
SHIRLEY ANN GILBREATH
F. H. A. 1, 2; Fashion Show 1; Sports Days 2, 3.
CATHERINE JENSENE GODWIN
Class Secretary 4; Homecoming Sponsor 4; Keyettes 2, 3,4, Chap-
lain 4; "Brainstorm" cast 3; Dramatics Club 1, 2; President2; "One
of Us" cast 1; Thespians 4; "Well-That's Nell" cast 4; "High
Tide" cast 4; J. C.L. 1, 2, 3, 4; President 2, Secretary-Treas-
urer 4; Spanish Club 3; Fashion Show 1; Library Club 1; Sec-
retary 1; S. W.S. Club 1, 2; Undertow Staff 3; "YONGESTER"
staff, Feature Editor 4.
WALTER ERNEST GODWIN
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; "Brain-
storm" Stage Manager 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3,4;
Sports Days 1, 2, 3,4; Thespians 3,4; "Well-That's Nell" 4;
Homecoming King 4; Undertow Staff 3; "YONGESTER" staff,
Art Editor 4.
ANN MOORE GRACY
Fashion Show 1; Chorus 1, 2, 4; "Y" Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary
3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Keyettes 2, 3, 4; President 4; Sports Days
1, 2; Girls Glee Club 1, 2, 4; "Brainstorm" crew 3; Spanish
Club 3; President 3; Library Club 1; Commencement Mar-
shall 3; F. H.A. 1, 2; President 1; Class Vice-President 1;
Secretary 1; Treasurer 2.
WILLIAM DALE GRAY
Sports Day 1, 2, 3, 4; Track Manager 2; Basketball 4; Track
4; Basketball Manager 1.
CHARLOTTE KAY HALVERSON
Fashion Show 1, 4; F. H. A. 1; Library Club 1, 2; Chorus 2,4;
Orchestra 3, 4; Sports Day 2; Basketball 2, 4; "Brainstorm,"
Publicity 3; "High Tide" 4; Camera Club 4; "YONGESTER"
DON DAVIS HARRELL
Entered P.K. Yonge from G. H.S. Sophomore year; Football
2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Sports Days 2, 3, 4.
"Brainstorm" cast 3; Key Club 3, 4; Sports Days 2, 3, 4; Home-
coming Escort 2; "High Tide" 4.
NANETTE MARIE HAVILAND
Entered P.K. Yonge from Bay Shore, Long Island, Senior year;
Sports Day 4; Basketball 4; "High Tide" 4.
JOSEPH RUSSELL HENDERSON
Class Vice-President 2, 3; President 3; Student Council 3, 4;
"Opening Night" cast 1; "Brainstorm" cast 3; "Well-That's
Nell" cast 3; "Our Miss Brooks" usher 3; "High Tide" 4; Dra-
matics Club 1, 2; Thespians 3, 4; Treasurer 3, 4; J.C.L. 1;
Band 1, 2; Chorus 1; Homecoming Breakfast M.C. 3; Sports
Days 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; President 4.
ARTHUR BARNES HOLMES
Entered P.K. Yonge from G. H.S. Freshman year; Football
2, 3, 4; Class Vice-President 3; Treasurer 3; "Our Miss Brooks"
usher 3; Graduation usher 3; Sports Days 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club
3,4; Boys State Representative 3; "YONGESTER" Staff,
Clubs Editor 4.
MARY BIRDIE HOWARD
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; "Brainstorm" crew 3; Basketball
2, 3; "Y" Club 2, 3,4; Sports Days 1, 2, 3; Fashion Show 1, 3.
Entered P. K. Yonge from Fisher, Illinois, Senior year; Band
4; Orchestra 4; Sports Day 4.
DONNA RAE KILLINGER
F. H. A. 1; Senior Chorus 2; Secretary 2; "Y" Club 2, 3,4;
Secretary 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Treasurer 2; "Brainstorm"
cast 3; Thespians 3,4; Vice-President 4; Keyettes 3,4;
Girls State 3; Senior Receptionist 3; Sports Days 1, 2, 3; Bas-
ketball 3; Library Club 1; Fashion Show 1; "High Tide" 4;
J. C.L. 4; "Drums of Death" cast 4; "YONGESTER" staff,
Ass't. Business Manager.
RUFUS KITE-POWELL JR.
Football 3, 4; Track 3, 4; "Brainstorm" 3; Student Council
2, 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Sports Days 2, 3,
4; Thespians 3,4; President 4; "Well-That's Nell" cast 4;
"High Tide" 4.
F. H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; "Y" Club 2, 3,4; Orchestra 1;
Sports Day 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 1; Fashion Show 1, 3.
Football 3; Football Manager 2; Track 1, 2, 3,4; Sports Days
1, 2, 3, 4; "High Tide" 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 2; Key
Club 4; Ukelele Club 3,4; Chess Club 3; J.C.L. 4; F.T.A.
Convention 4; Band 1; Chorus 2, 3; Homecoming Escort 3;
Editor of "Blue Peel" 4.
RICHARD ANTHONY MANN
Entered P.K. Yonge from Cross City, Florida, Sophomore
year; Football 2, 3, 4; Little All State 3,4; All Conference
3; All Mid State 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Track 2,
MARY KATHERINE MASON
Entered P. K. Yonge from Jacksonville, Florida, Senior year;
Pep Club 4; Withdrew.
JACK C. MAY
Student Council 3; Honor Court 4. Class 'ice-Prcsident 2;
Key Club 4; Chess Ciub 3; Library Club 1, J.C.L. 1,2, 3,4:
SBrainstorm cast 3; Thespians 4: Sports Days 1,2,4, Fea-
ture Editor -I Blue Peel' 4.
Entered P. K. Yonge from .H. 5. Sophomore year. With-
dr>,% Stenior ,ear.
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ANNA ROSE MORGAN
Class Vice-President 1, Secretary 3, Student Council 2,
F. A. S.C. 2; "Opening Night" crew 1; "Brainstorm" cast
3; "High Tide" 4; "The Dummy" cast 4; "Our Miss Brooks"
usher 3; Dramatics Club 1, 2; Thespians 4; "Drums of Death"
cast 4; Chorus 1, 2; Band 2; Spanish Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3;
F. H.A. 1, 2; Homecoming Football Sponsor 2; "Yongester
Columnist 4; "YONGESTER" Staff, Snapshot Editor 4.
JOSEPH DAVID MORGAN
Entered P. K. Yonge from Mayo, Florida, Senior year; Key
Club 4; Secretary 4; Sports Day 4.
BERNARD PAUL PARRISH
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3,4; Baseball
1, 2, 3, 4; Class President 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4;
Sports Days 1,2, 3, 4; Art Editor of "Blue Peel" 4; "YONG-
ESTER' Staff, Boy's Sports Editor 4.
EDITH LAVERNE ROWLISON
F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 2; Fashion Show 1, 3, 4;
S. W. S. 1, 2; Dramatics Club 2; Keyettes 4; Thespians 4;
"Brainstorm" cast 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 1;
DELMER RAY SHEFFIELD
Sports Days 1, 2, 3, 4.
JEAN EMABEL SHULTZ
F. H. A. 1, 2; "Y" Club 2, 3, 4; Sports Days 1, 2, 3; Basketball
1, 2; Tennis Team 1, 2; Library Club 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3;
Band 1; Fashion Show 1, 3; usher 4; Senior Receptionist 4.
WILLIAM EDWARD SMITH
Entered P. K. Yonge from G. H. S., Sophomore year; Base-
ball 3; "Brainstorm" crew 3; Key Club 4; Sports Day 3; Jr. -
Sr. Prom M.C. 3.
JULIAN DODSON SMYSOR
Sports Days 1, 2, 3,4; Band 1, 2, 3; "The Dummy" cast 4;
"Brainstorm" cast 3.
HARRY VERGAL SWILLEY
Entered P.K. Yonge from Williston, Florida, Sophomore
year; Football 1, 2, 3,4; Track 3,4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Sports Days 2, 3; Key Club 3, 4.
MARY AGNES TAYLER
Sports Days 1, 2, 3,4; Basketball 2, 3; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3; "Y"
Club 2, 3, 4; Safety Council Club 3, 4.
SEABORN ADAMS THOMPSON
Entered P.K. Yonge from Slacomb, Alabama, Junior year;
Basketball 3, 4; Football 3, 4; "Brainstorm" cast 3; Key Club
3, 4; Sports Day 3, Class President 4; "YONGESTER" Staff,
Business Manager 4.
BILLY WAYNE WEAVER
County Sports Days 2, 3.
DONALD BROOKS WILCOX
Entered P. K. Yonge from Atlanta, Georgia, Junior year;
Basketball Manager 3; Track 3, 4; Class Treasurer 3; Vice-
President 4; Band 4; Key Club 3, 4; Sports Day 4; J. C.L.
4; "YONGESTER" Staff, Classes Editor 4.
LILA ELIZABETH WILLIAMS
Class Secretary 1; Dramatics Club 1, 2; "Much Ado About
Loving" cast'l; "Brainstorm" cast 3; Thespians 3, 4; Library
Club 1; J. C.L. 1, 2, 4; F. H. A. 1, 2; Keyettes 2, 3, 4; Vice-
President 4; "Y" Club 4; Pep Club 4; Cheerleader 4; Chorus
2; Student Council 2; Fashion Show 1, 3; usher 4; Sports
Days 2, 3.
ARTHUR JAY WIMBERLY
Entered P. K. Yonge from Coral tables, Florida, Senior
year; "High Tide" M. C. 4; Chorus 4.
WILLIAM WILLARD WOLFE
S. W. S. Club 1, 2; Undertow Staff 1, 3; "Opening Night"
cast 1; Class Secretary 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4;
Orchestra 2, 3, 4; J. C. L. 1, 2, 3, 4; President 3, 4; "Brain-
storm" cast 3; Thespians 4; "Drums of Death" cast 4; Ed-
itor of School Handbook 4.
Editor-in Chief, Dorothy Jeanne Davis
Advisor, Mr. Gibson
S. A. Thompson
Assistant Business Manager
Nancy Blake, '
Girl's Sports Editor
Boy's Sports Editor
LAST Will AND [TESIAMENT
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
We, the members of the Senior Class of 1954, being of some body and never mind, do hereby declare this to be
our Last Will and Testament.
We, the Senior Class, give and bequeath to the P.K. Yonge Laboratory School, whose hallowed halls we have
plastered with misspelled posters, our everlasting gratitude and best wishes for a happy twentieth birthday.
We, the Senior Class, give and bequeath to the Juniors the front seats in the auditorium (try and keep the Fresh-
men out) and Gibson and McEntee, Inc. (you'll soon find out).
We, the Senior Class, give and bequeath to the Sophomores our Senior Privileges, which is absurd, because you
have more than we do.
We, the Senior Class, give and bequeath to the Freshmen that feeling of Sophomore superiority and then the
subsequent misery of being Juniors.
We, the Senior Class, give and bequeath to the Junior High our recently acquired definition of Core, so they'll
know what it's all about.
We, the Senior Class, give and bequeath to Robert Elmo Gibson an assignment -- a ninety-nine page term paper
on "How to Produce Hypertension and Schizophrenia in High School Seniors. "
We, the Senior Class, give and bequeath to William James McEntee free dancing lessons at Arthur Murray's and
a dose of "groupness" for the Juniors.
We, the Senior Class, give and bequeath the following priceless possessions, with permission for the recipients
to burn, bury, or pawn.
I, Pat Anchors, give and bequeath my ability never to be in class to Shirley Haven. Maybe she can use the time
I, Vern Andrews, give and bequeath my baton and strutt to Inez Hare, knowing that the extra baton is all she needs.
I, Allan Baer, give and bequeath my skill in carrying on back row conversations in American Literature class to
I, Linda Black, give and bequeath my "overwhelming affection" for Roger Foote to Martha Alleger, who certainly
needs it more than I.
I, Nancy Blake, give and bequeath my rights as prop girl to Mary Elizabeth Clayton, hoping she can satisfy Uncle
I, Bennie Brabham, give and bequeath my robin's egg blue flivver to Sarah Byers and Tilley Murphree. It has
many happy hours left in it.
I, Tommy Bronson, give and bequeath my great importance to P.K. to Evelyn Douglas and Peggy Watson. It'll
take two to fill my shoes.
I, Joyce Brower, give and bequeath my knack of getting along with Mr. Whittington to Elizabeth Dell.
I, Judy Burch, give and bequeath my flashing dimples to Jo Ann Little to add to her collection.
I, John Cortez, give and bequeath my knowledge of Spanish to Joe Tillis to go with his Latin look.
I, Dorothy Jeanne Davis, give and bequeath my lofty outlook to George Brabham.
I, Jimmy Duke, give and bequeath my ear plugs and aspirin to Don Morgan so McEntee's monologue will be more
I, Nell Dyal, give and bequeath my lusty larynx to Sandra Howell so she can irk all her teachers (especially Mr.
Gibson) and cheer the team to victory.
I, Gretchen Ehrmann, give and bequeath my aggressively left wing opinions to Tommy Johns so he can catch up
I, Mary Ann Florence, give and bequeath my steady flow of giggles to Katie Constans, giving her quantity to
match with quality.
I, Perry Foote, should give and bequeath my great tact and displomacy to Senator McCarthy, but instead, I be-
queath it to Margaret Ann Reitz who has quite a bit to keep it company.
I, Ann Foster, give and bequeath my carroty top to Barbara Guiteras so she can at last look like a member ofher
I, Frank Gago, give and bequeath my cornet to Rachel Gunn, hoping she can finally get some pep into people at
the games without getting hoarse.
I, Shirley Gilbreath, give and bequeath my Dixie drawl to Sally Van Aken in exchange for some of her Yankeeyak.
I, Jensene Godwin, give and bequeath my perennial, but unsuccessful, candidacy for class president to Edwin Johns.
OF THE CLASS OF '54
With another year to go--who knows.
I, Walter Godwin, would give and bequeath my physique and artistic ability to Tommy Salt, but he's supplied with
these and all he needs is my reputation as a Cassanova.
I, Ann Gracy, give and bequeath the lock and key to my four-wheeled "lunchtime lounge" to Cay Murphree, who
has the same problem I have.
I, Billy Gray, give and bequeath my nickname, "Little Thrill, to Bernie Herschi, hoping he can live up to my
I, Mary Charles Garrett, give and bequeath my class ring to Dottie Douglas, knowing it will fit better than Harry's.
I, Charlotte Halverson, give and bequeath my stringed bass to Mary Hershi, hoping itwon'tbe "too much"forher.
I, Don Harrell, give and bequeath myhephip to Carol Congleton. Funny thing--hers never seems to get out of joint.
I, Paul Harvey, give and bequeath my openmindedness to Sally Bingham, in order to slow her down somewhat.
I, Nanette Haviland, give and bequeath my famous wit to Lexyne Clyatt, who is already half of one.
I, Russell Henderson, give and bequeath my freckles and a year's supply of grease paint to Ann Harris.
I, Arthur Holmes, who henceforth wish to be called by that name, give and bequeath my nickname, "Tiger, to
Mullett, the poor fish.
I, Mary Birdie Howard, give and bequeath the toothpicks I use to keep my eyes open in school to Louise Loften,
who already has too much to make her sleepy.
I, David Kidd, give and bequeath my interest in the eighth grade to Phil Larson, despite those inevitable cries of
"Unfair to Senior Girls. "
I, Donna Killinger, give and bequeath the key of the concession stand and all that goes with it to Gail Kite-Powell
and know that she will gladly leave it to someone next year when she graduates.
I, Rufus Kite-Powell, give and bequeath the title Hershel Markham left me--"God's Gift to Women"--to Richard
I, Suzanne Latimer, giveandbequeath mynatural blondhair to Larea Zimmerman, who is "dying" to be a blond.
I, Robert Little, give and bequeath my baritone uke to Roger Foote hoping that its mellow tones will nullify
the opposite effect of Roger's voice.
I, Dickie Mann, give and bequeath my ability to "tackle without offensive holding" to Putnam Crabtree (! ).
I, Jack May, give and bequeath my repertoire of anecdotes to Paul Hunter. He'll either be ambitious enough to
bring them up out of the gutter or lazy enough to drop down there with him.
I, Ann Morgan, give and bequeath my column with its gossip, news, and headaches to Phyllis Lagasse.
I, Joe Morgan, give and bequeath the great affection all the teachers have for me to Jimmy Gormsen. This is one
case where inheritance tax will be appreciated.
I, Bernie Parrish, give and bequeath my negative attitude to Sammy Gray. Maybe we'll cancel each other out.
I, Delmer Sheffield, give and bequeath my siren (noise-maker, that is) to "sound effectors" in general and Don
Kluge in particular.
I, Jean Shultz, give and bequeath my rubber jaws to Sara Belle Arnett.
I, Eddie Smith, give and bequeath my slowness of speech and movement to Mary Wilson so that she will neither
need an interpreter nor find herself in the middle of next week.
I, Julian Smysor, give and bequeath my ability to jitterbug to Jay Fountain so there will be at least one boy left
at P. K. who can dance.
I, James Sutton, give and bequeath my talent with a guitar to Thomas Boyd.
I, Harry Swilley, give and bequeath my 'LilAbner look to Betsy Merchant to go with her resemblance to Daisy Mae.
I, Maggie Taylor, give and bequeath my boot skates to Norma Jean Sherouse with instructions to beg, borrow, or
steal a pillow from someone else.
I, S.A. Thompson, give and bequeath my basketball skill to Bob Cherry so P.K. can stay victorious.
I, Billy Weaver, give and bequeath my Senior Privileges to the Juniors. Oh well, who cares about the Juniors any
I, Don Wilcox, give and bequeath my ability to attract attention by not wearing a belt to Riley Blitch.
I, Lila Williams, give and bequeath my success in spinster roles to Pat Halverson. It won't bother her, and Iwant
to get rid of it.
I, Jay Wimberly, selfishly give and bequeath my enormous fan club of eighth and ninth grade girls to Joe Wise,
knowing he won't want them and I can keep them, along with their sponsor, Mr. Hal Riehle.
I, Willard Wolfe, give and bequeath my appreciation for the three B's--Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms--to
Barbara Lewis who no doubt has three of her own--boys, boys, and boys.
I, Jack McKinney, give and bequeath my eye for diamonds to Sylvia Jones so she can pick her best friend with
I, Marlene Roberts, give and bequeath my curly brown tresses to Jo Anne Hill, who really doesn't need them.
I, LaVerne Rowlison, give and bequeath my dilemma over what name to put on my diploma to Mary Spclht.
FIRST ROW: Louise Loften, Margaret Ann Reitz, Barbara Lewis, Inez Hare, JoAnne Little, Sally Bingham, Martha
Alleger, Larea Zimmernan, Mary Wilson, Dorothy Douglas. SECOND ROW: Tommy Johns, Betsy Merchant, Rachel
Gunn, Tilley Murphree, Gail Kite-Powell, Sandra Howell, Coach Hank Bishop. THIRD ROW: George Brabham,
Thomas Boyd, Bernie Herschi, Bob Cherry, John Mullett, Roger Foote, Sammy Gray, Donald Kluge, Phil Larson,
Buddy Alday. NOT PICTURED: Norma Jean Sherouse, Catherine Constans, Shirley Haven.
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS
President Richard Smith
Vice-President. Tommy Johns
CLASS 01 '55
FIRST ROW: Elizabeth Dell, Sylvia Jones, MaryHerschi, Jo Ann Hill, Lexyne Clyatt, Jerry Mallard, Carol Congleton,
Peggy Watson, Mary Specht, Evelyn Douglas. SECOND ROW: Phyllis Lagasse, Sarah Belle Arnett, Sally Van Aken,
Cay Murphree, Pat Halverson, Mary Elizabeth Clayton, Barbara Guiteras, Ann Harris, Mr. Pate. THIRD ROW: Joe
Wise, Richard Smith, Donald Morgan, Jimmy Gormsen, Tommy Salt, Edwin Johns, Paul Hunter, Joe Tillis, Jay
Fountain, Riley Blitch.
SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS
President Sally Bingham
Vice-President Riley Blitch
. Ann Harris
Treasurer Dorothy Douglas
CLASS OF '56
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FIRST ROW: Simone Bueller, Beverly Texada Peiser, Lee Anne Elliott, Carolyn Dyal, Ann Savage, PennyPierson,
Gay Rice, Barbara Helzel. SECOND ROW: Larry Saunders, Jim Sensabaugh, Sally Merchant, Ann Lantz, Carol
Cooper, Joan Strother, AnnBarringer, Barbara Brazington, Mary Ann Gardener, Harry Evans, Pat Patrick, Mrs.
Gorman. THIRD ROW: Frank Weaver, Richard Crozier, Bill Beers, Fred Olinger, Aden Sowell, Hugh McRorie,
Charles Carroll, Dickie Cunningham, Arthur Green, Wallace Harrington.
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS
Vice-President .Billy Sawyer
Secretary .Martha Parrish
Treasurer .Harry Evans
CLASS OF '56
FIRST ROW: Sandra Hollis, Marilyn Batey, Josephine Leps, Diane Snead, Gail Woods, Kent Hale, Barbara Cake,
Martha Parrish, Janice Robertson. SECOND ROW: Hank Buckhannan, Harrison McDonald, Christine Janz, Marsha
Dailey, JillBattle, Ruth Wilcox, Sally Stewart, Mr. Dieken. THIRD ROW: Billy Sawyer, Jiggs Little, Paul Fulager,
Wayne Whittlesey, Burt Black, Lynn Ten Eyck, Billy Robinson, Gene Wester, Roy Harrington, Ricardo Russi. NOT
PICTURED: Dean Sutton, Emmalyn Bault.
SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS
President Dickie Cunningham
Vice-President .Harry Evans
Secretary Janice Robertson .
. Billy Beers
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CLASS OF '57
FIRST ROW: Betty Jean Copeland, Josephine Gilbreath, Delsie Jones, Annabeth Schofield, Eunice Beck, Sandra
Orton, Penny Thomas, Lynn Williams, Mary Keitt Alday. SECOND ROW: Wesley Weaver, Robert Burch, Jane Bing-
ham, Ruth Ann Drosdoff, Ruthanna Marie Davis, Terry Davidson, George Kirkpatrick, Rudy Gertner, Richard Win-
sor, Dr. Kitching. THIRD ROW: Tommy Morgan, Robert Griffin, Grady Stephens, Lenwood Kitchens, Harold Parker,
John Selle, Charles Raulerson, John Cherry, Buddy Wise, Bob Bowman. NOT PICTURED: Susan Hayley, LarryGracy.
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS
Secretary Sandra Henderson
Treasurer Sandra Henderson
CLASS OF '57
FIRST ROW: Mary Ellen Davis, Rollene Fulghum, Sandra Henderson, Dee Ann Mins, Nadene Brogdon, Becky Holmes,
Karen Carson, Claire Dunlap, Charleen Fristoe. SECOND ROW: Gordon Blitch, John Pierson, John Wilson, Marian
Hines, Martha Harrell, Kay Kribbs, Diane Kidd, Donald Winsor, Gary Lewis, Douglas Deurloo, Mrs. Carter. THIRD
ROW: Jimmy Gant, James Hord, Lee Howell, Ira Smith, Travis Strother, Clifford Beasley, John Peck, Kessler Meyer,
Billy Cake, Bobby Perry.
SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS
Vice-President. Gordon Blitch
Secretary Rollene Fulghum
Treasurer .Rollene Fulghum
CLASS OF '58
FIRST ROW: Frances Murphree, Gale Bronson, Pat Powers, Anne Holder, Kay Baldwin, Nancy Ruth Wallace,
Barbara Marschal, Sally Erhmann, Virginia Shollar, Ferris Holbrook, Tedo Griffin. SECOND ROW: Helen Brogdon,
Patricia Bledsoe, Gail Vel Dink, Grace Tallman, Elinor Sheffield, Elaine Sheffield, Helen Bell Jones, Eva Hill,
Terry Sneeringer, Gracia Baer, Mr. Riehle. THIRD ROW: Aaron Talman, Skipper Brown, Donald Dunn, Sandy
Creighton, Byerly Eutsler, Stanley Livingood, Clarence O'Neill, George Hack, Louie Echols.
President Clarence O'Neill
Vice-President .Sandy Creighton
Secretary .. Kay Baldwin
Treasurer .. Nancy Wallace
CLASS OF 'S9
FIRST ROW: Bonita Morlan, Fran Douglas, Gayle Chamberlin, Jane Moore, Martha Lindsey, Ann Scudder, Irene
DaVault, Jeanne Thompson, Jennie Canfield. SECOND ROW: Curt Peterson, Bobby Anchors, Karen Wunderlich,
Virginia Kay Davis, Sandra Winston, Helen Zipperer, Joan Fullager, Mari Bingham, Sidney Cherry, Daniel
Drosdoff, Mrs. Calhoun. THIRD ROW: Eddie Davis, Bill Watson, Paul Clayton, Buddy Burch, Stan Lawson, Sam
Wilson, Tommy Kennington, Dick Orton, Denver Stephens, Donald Gaskins, Peter Reynolds, Glenn Decker.
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FIRST ROW: Paul Fullager, Burt Black, John Mullett, Tommy Bronson, S. A. Thompson, Bernie Parrish,
Russell Henderson, Richard Smith. SECOND ROW: Margaret Ann Reitz, Cay Murphree, Tommy Johns,
Terry Davidson, Tommy Canfield, John Selle, Clarence O'Neill, Louie Echols. THIRD ROW: Diane Snead,
Gail VelDink, Sally Bingham, Martha Alleger, Karen Carson, Penny Thomas, Mr. Gibson, Sponsor.
LEFT TO RIGHT: John Wilson, Jeanie Thompson, Phyllis Lagasse, George Hack, Hank
Buckhannon, Jack May, Buddy Alday, Chancellor.
FIRST ROW: Evelyn Douglas, Patricia Bledsoe, Jane Bingham, Mari Bingham. SECOND ROW:
Mr. Gibson, Miss Smith, Mr. Adams, Perry Foote.
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Mary Birdie Howard. RIGHT ARM: Carol Congleton, Peggy Watson, Barbara Heizel, Judy Butch, Maggie Taylor, Ann
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Nell Dyal, Martha Parrish, Mary Charles Garrett, Cay Murphree, Ann Gracy. LEFT ARM: Dot Douglas, Evelyn Doug-
las, Mary Wilson, I. rea Zimmerman, Penny Pierson, Janice Robertson, Nancy Blake, Jean 8hultz, Suzanne Latimer,
Mary Birdie Howard. RIGHT ARM: Carol Congleton, Peggy Watson, Barbara Helzel, Judy Butch, Maggie Taylor, Ann
Salvage, Sally Stewart, Caroline Dyal, Miss Ruth Smith-sponsor, Dorothy Jeanne Davis.
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TRUNK OF KEY, LEFT TO RIGHT: Buddy Alday, HankBuckhannan, DonWilcox, Rufus Kite-Powell, Riley Blitch,
Russell Henderson, Paul Fullager, Richard Smith, Eddie Smith, Sammy Gray, Perry Foote, Burt Black. CIRCLE,
LEFT TO RIGHT: Arthur Holmes, Dickie Mann, Tommy Bronson, Walter Godwin, Robert Little, Paul Harvey, S.
A. Thompson, Joe Morgan, Harry Swilley, Tommy Salt, Charles Carroll. NOT PICTURED: Edwin Johns, Tommy
Johns, Putnam Crabtree, John Mullett, Jim Gormsen, Sponsor-Coach Hank Bishop.
Ist semester president
Miss Evelyn Babb
2nd semester president
Girls' service club.. now
sponsored by Kiwanis....
Valentine party for the Farm
Colony.. Christmas Seal
skit.... Humane Society drive.
TRUNK, BOTTOM TO TOP:
Mary Charles Garrett, Pat
Anchors, Linda Black, treasurer;
Vern Andrews, sergeant-at-arms;
Margaret Ann Reitz, secretary and
vice-president; Rachel Gunn, sergeant-
at-arms; and Nancy Blake. CIRCLE, L.
TO R.: Carol Congleton, historian; Char-
lotte Halverson, Kent Hale, Martha Parrish,
Barbara Cake, Lee Ann Elliott, Sally Bingham,
Norma Jean Sherouse, treasurer; Donna Killinger,
secretary; Diane Snead, and LaVerne Rowlison. KEY,
TOP ROW: Jensene Godwin, chaplain; Gretchen Ehr-
mann. CENTER: Jo Ann Little. BOTTOM ROW: JudyBurch,
Cay Murphree, chaplain and historian.
FIRST ROW: Peggy Watson, Penny Pierson, Larea
Zimmerman, Mary Keitt Alday, Marcia Dailey,
OND ROW: Mary Kent Alday, Marcia Dailey,
Charleen Fristoe, Gordon Blitch, Richard Winsor.
THIRD ROW: Barbara Cake, Kent Hale,
Ann Barringer, Sally Bingham, Josephine
Leps, John Peck. FOURTH ROW: Terry
Davidson, John Cherry, Don Windsor.
Senor V'ida Trujill
JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE
FIRST ROW: Gay Rice, Ainn Harrii, Li3 \viliarnt, Jeniene
Godwin (Sec.-Treas.), M.arha Alleger, W.ilard Wuolf
(Pie...). SECOND ROW: Mary \vilon, Rachel Gunri, Jo-
Arne Litle, Rudy Gcrtrer, Sjrj Belle Arnett. THIRD ROW:
Robert Litle, Jack May, Gra) eIz\., Donna Kllhnget.
FOURTH ROW: Don Wilcox, Douglas Duerloo, Charles
Carroll, John Selle. NOT PICTURED: Gretchen Ehrmann
Mrs. Mary Myers
FIRST ROW: Lila Williams, Jensene Godwin, Nancy Blake, Mary Charles Garrett, Gretchen Ehrmann, Dee Ann
Mims. SECOND ROW: Mr. Hal Riehle, Donna Killinger, Ann Gracy, Robert Little, James Hord. FOURTH ROW:
George Kirkpatrick, Ann Morgan, Russell Henderson, Jay Wimberly. FIFTH ROW: Jack May, Walter Godwin,
Cliff Beasley, Paul Harvey, Willard Wolfe, Perry Foote. SIXTH ROW: S. A. Thompson and Dorothy Jeanne Davis.
NOT PICTURED: Rufus Kite-Powell, Vern Andrews, Pat Anchors.
"WELL THAT'S NELL"
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Lynne Williams, Jane Bingham. FIRST ROW: Mary Keitt Alday, Nancy Blake,
LaVerne Rowlison, Rollene Fulghum, Karen Carson, Mrs. Kelsey Ingle (Sponsor),
Charlotte Halverson. SECOND ROW: Nadine Brogdon, Josephine Gilbreath, Ruth-
anna Marie Davis, Mary Ellen Davis, Claire Dunlap, Eunice Beck, Penny Thomas,
FUTUR[ HOMEMAKERS OF AM[RICA
LEFT TO RIC-HT: John Sclle, Bobby Bow\man-
Preiideint, Cay Mlurphree-Secrecary, Char oi't
Hjlverion, Jay Fountain (Not Pictured).
Robert E. Krebs
Annual Staff Photographer
FIRST ROW: Barbara Cake Trea;urer, t.lary Elizabeth Cla ton -
Historian, Karen Carson Librarian. SECOND ROW: Nell D)al -
Librarian, Harry Evans A lisrani Bu: iiEcs managerr, Vetn Andrc\.. -
Band Captain, Phyllis Lagasie Head Mjljorere, t.lary Birdic
Howard Secretary. NOT PICTURED: Walter Godwin Buii-esi
Clarinets: Lynn Ten Eyck, Mary Elizabeth Clayton, Sally Van Aken, Sally Bingham, Louise Loften, Joyce Brower,
Lynn Williams, Dorothy Jeanne Davis, Douglas Deurloo, Norma Jean Sherouse, Nadine Brogdon, Barbara Marschal,
Sylvia Jones, Pat Anchors. Flutes: Willard Wolfe, Anne Holder, Karen Carson. Saxophones: Anne Savage, Paul
Hunter, Elizabeth Dell, Sandra Howell, Skipper Brown. Bass Clarinet: Phyllis Lagasse. Bassoon: Helen Bell Jones.
Oboe: Dee Ann Mims.
SEATED: Vern Andrews, Drum Majorette. STANDING: Phyllis Lagasse,
Inez Hare, Ann Savage, Barbara Cake, Pat Anchors.
Cornets: Nell Dyal, Stanley Livingood, Kessler Meyer, Billy Robinson, David Kidd. NOT PICTURED: Don Wilcox,
Perry Foote, Frank Gago. Trombones; Bobby Bowman, Arthur Green, John Cortez. Horns:Gracia Baer, Harrison Mc-
Donald, Harry Evans, Vern Andrews. Percussion: Inez Hare, Wallace Harrington, Walter Godwin, Donald Dunn,
Barbara Cake. Basses: Lee Howell, Billy Cake. Baritones: Pat Powers, Mary Birdie Howard, Tedo Griffin. DIRECTOR:
FIRST ROW: Mary Charles Garrett, Annabeth
Schofield, Pat Halverson, Ann Gracy, JoAnn
Hill, Nancy Blake, Sylvia Jones, Karen
Carson, Mary Specht. SECOND ROW: Rollene
Fulghum, Ruth Ann Drosdoff, Mary Keitt
Alday, Sandra Orton, Penny Thomas, Gray
Lewis, James Hord, Rudy Gertner, Richard
Winsor, John Pierson. THIRD ROW: John
Wilson, Joe Wise, Thomas Canfield, Terry
Davison, Gordon Jackson, John Selle, Don
Winsor, Jay Wimberly, Willard Wolfe.
Violins: Eva Hill, La Verne Rowlison, Pat
Anchors, Sara Belle Arnett, Irene DaVault,
Violas: Sally Bingham, Pat Halverson.
'Cellos: Helen Bell Jones, Nancy Wallace.
String Bass: Charlotte Halverson, Ann
Foster. Drums: Sandra Howell. Oboe: Dee
Ann Mims. Flute: Willard Wolfe. Bass
Clarinet: Phyilis Lagasse. French Horn:
Vern Andrews. Trumpet: David Kidd.
Director Mr. Adams. NOT PICTURED:
Virginia Kay Davis, Glenn Decker, Ruth-
*anna Marie Davis, Mary Ellen Davis,
Harry Evans, Lynn Ten Eyck, Karen
Carson, Anne Holder, Ann Savage.
FIRST ROW: John Cortez,, Billy Sawyer, Jimmy Gant, Jimmy Gormsen, Tommy Johns,
Riley Blitch, Phillip Larson, Billy Robinson, Roy Harrington, Billy Gray. SECOND ROW:
Coach Willis Whittington, Jiggs Little, Rufus Kite-Powell, Walter Godwin, Julian Smysor,
S. A. Thompson, Paul Harvey, Edwin Johns, Arthur Holmes, John Mullett. THIRD ROW:
Coach Billy Bashaw, Charles Raulerson, Hank Buckhannan, Lee Howell, Buddy Alday, Harry
Evans, Paul Fullager, Richard Smith, Clifford Beasley, Thomas Canfield, Burt Black.
FOURTH ROW: Charles Carroll, Ira Smith, Lynwood Kitchens, Bernie Parrish, Dickie Mann,
Tommy Bronson (Tri-captains), Head Coach Hank Bishop.
G. H. S.
Our second best season. We
all enjoyed it and hope next year
is even more successful.
Special recognition goes
to Dickie Mann who made
MENTION ALL SOUTHERN
and HONORABLE MENTION
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BIUE WAV[ BASKETBALL TEAM
FRONT ROW: Bernie Parrish, Jimmy Gormsen, Jay Fountain, Tommy Bronson, Phil Larson, Arthur Holmes. BACK ROW:
Grady Stephens, S. A. Thompson, John Mullett, Roger Foote, Edwins Johns, Perry Foote, Bob Cherry and Coach Whit
Captains: Parrish, Bronson and Thompson
RECORD OF GAMES THIS SEASON
Score Opponent Score
54 Williston 50
66 Lake Butler 49
66 Seabreeze 53
44 Bolles 40
56 Williston 31
56 Madison 40
62 Starke 55
37 Ocala 34
52 Fletcher (Jax Beach) 38
51 Starke 30
62 Lake Butler 42
66 Seabreeze 70
49 New Smyrna Beach 34
59 Ocala 52
54 Monticello 31
69 Live Oak 53
68 Perry 46
Name of Player
S. A. Thompson
Pos. Age Height Weight Class Points
F 17 6-2 170 11 148
F 18 6-0 170 12 194
C 17 6-0 185 12 137
G 17 6-0 190 12 91
G 17 5-11 160 12 247
F 16 5-11 160 11 1
F 17 5-11 140 12 15
C 16 5-11 160 11 19
G 16 5-9 125 11 44
G 16 6-2 170 11 44
F 16 5-9 155 11 11
F 18 6-0 160 12 10
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JUDY BURCH, Co-captain
MARY WILSON, Captain
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SEATED: Sandra Howell, Cay Murphree, Lexyne Clyatt,
Kathy Constance, Jo Anne Little, Sally Bingham, ABSENT:
Rachel Gunn, Betsy Merchant.
STANDING: Judy Burch, Nancy Blake, Inez Hare,
Nanette Haviland, Norma Sherouse, Phyllis Lagasse,
SEATED: Rollene Fulgham, Barbara Helzel, Ruth Ann
Drosdoff, Penny Thomas, Sandra Orton, Marcia Dailey,
STANDING: Lee Anne Eliot, Kent Hale, Lynn Williams,
Anne Savage, Carolyn Dyal, Sally Merchant, Martha
SEATED: Mari Bingham, Frances Murphree, Virginia
Shaollar, Sally Ehrmann, Barbara Marshall, Nancy
Wallace, STANDING: Gayle Vel Dink, Jennie Can-
field, Elinor Sheffield, Elaine Sheffield, Pat Powers,
Kay Baldwin, Eva Hill.
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Ballet or Volleyball? Don't drop itl
EVENT-1 AND G GRADE TEAMS:
IST ROW: Martha Lindsey, Ka ullagen
Irene Da Vault, Ann sudden, Kaein
ndelic Virginia Davi, a Bing
adelenih e2ND ROWS: paticia
ha elen Zippeter. eND
ha5, Nancy ZWallace, Gayle VelDink,
Bledsoe Nancy aace
Elinor Sheffield, Pat owes, Bill anda
Matschal, Kay Baldin, a
TWELFTH GRADE TEAM:
IST ROW: Mary Charles Garrett,
Maggie Taylor, Shirley Gilbreath.
2ND ROW: Charlotte Halverson,
Nancy Blake, Nanette Haviland,
and Dorothy Jeanne Davis.
Karen Carson, Penny Thomas, Becky
Sandra Henderson, Ruth Ann Drosdoff,
Student body elects its royal family: LEFT TO RIGHT: Rachel Gunn, Princess
Phyllis Lagasse, Queen Judy Burch, King Walter Godwin, Linda Black, Pat Anchors.
Football team elects its sponsors: LEFT TO RIGHT: Seniors,
Jensene Godwin and Jack May, Junior, Mary Specht, and Sopho-
mores, Jiggs Little and Gail Woods.
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"The Politbure of PKY" by
10-B Core charges the fac-
ulty with Communist tactics.
Here's the faculty "whooping
it up" in 12-A's skit, "Shoot-.
ing the Bull".
Talented Phyllis Lagasse
entertains with acrobatic
The faculty presents a "Home-
Decorations welcome the
alumni and invite them to
help "drown these Bull-
SHIP of '54-
Ann Gracy and Dave Kidd
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PERSONALITY AND FRIENDLINESS
Judy Burch and Arthur Holmes
Nanette Haviland and Eddie Smith
LaVerne Rowlison, Rufus
Kite-Powell. and Dickin Mann
FLIRTS . .
QUIET . .
CUTE SMILE .
PRETTY EYES .
ACTOR AND ACTRESS.
GOOD DANCERS .
PRETTY HAIR .
CUTE . .
SWEET, . .
TEASERS . .
NEAT. . .
SILLY . .
.Gretchen Ehrmann and Allan Baer
Marlene Roberts and Billy Weaver
Ann Morgan and Jack McKinney
S. Shirley Gilbreath and Billy Gray
S. Dorothy Jeanne Davis and Bennie Brabham
S. Vern Andrews and Jay Wimberly
.Pat Anchors and Julian Smysor
.Mary Birdie Howard and John Cortez
Mary Charles Garrett and Harry Swilley
Charlotte Halverson and Don Wilcox
.......Suzanne Latimer and Don Harrell
Ann Foster and Russell Henderson
.. Maggie Taylor and S. A. Thompson
Mary Ann Florence and Frank Gago
Jean Shultz and Joe Morgan
Lila Williams and Paul Harvey
James Sutton and Delmer Sheffield
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Donna Killinger as Eugenia Bowles, Willard Wolfe as Dr. Cameron, Ann Morgan as Amelia Gillette, Jay
Wimberly as Jules, Gretchen Ehrmann as Paula Bailey, Rufus Kite-Powell as Sheldon Harley, James Hord
as Newt Cooper, Mary Ann Florence as Mrs. Gillette, Lila Williams as Mrs. Oakley, and Vern Andrews
"Ah'll take care of that
thing fer yuhl"
OUR HEARTS WERE
Here's Wilcox getting
ready for a Henry-J.
Who was flirting with
My, what big blue eyes
has Dorothy Jeanne.
Donna is ready
Nell in her
Billy is rarin' to
"Mr. America of 1941"
Smile, Mary Ann, you're
YOUNG AND GAY
Tell us, Mr. Baer, are
Stocks rising or falling?
Jensene is posing
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Guess what Robert wanted
made Phi Beta Kappa.
Ann Morgan has no
twin but she has the
Julian was the envy of
the little girls.
At this age, Jean doesn't
mind telling her age.
Ninth annual Fashion Show....
"Going Away to School" is
theme ...... thirty schools
Inez Hare serves as general
Members of the speaking cast are Lynn Williams, Lexyne
Clyatt, and JosephineGilbreath. NOT PICTURED: Nadine
Brogdon, Dee Ann Mims, and Ruth Ann Drosdoff.
Charlotte and Sandra
model lovely formals.
SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY
It's been quite a few years since the Ship of '54 set out to sea. The anchor is a
little rusty, many waves have washed against the prow, but the course was well set
and the crew seems to look pretty good.
PAT ANCHORS is now teaching twelfth grade Core, trying to help some of her
1954 classmates graduate at last.
VERN ANDREWS, the Hollywood star, has won her third "Oscar". Her next job
is to win her first Claude.
ALLAN BAER has put his eye for figures (Mathematical, that is) to work. He's
now a successful C. P. A.
After twenty years of "dragging" up and down University Avenue in her Merc,
LINDA BLACK has received a court order to replace the street she wore out.
NANCY BLAKE has put her major in Phys Ed to good use-she's usually victorious
when she wrestles with the kids.
BENNIE BRABHAM, after twenty years in the Naval Reserve and a "girl in
every port", finally settled down with his "first mate".
TOMMY BRONSON has gone from law to politics. He has revived the "Bull Moose"
Party and is "barn-storming" the country for the Presidency.
JOYCE BROWER has come to the end of all good secretaries-she married her boss.
Although JUDY BURCH had a promising career with the Rockettes, she has now
settled down as a society leader and one of the ten best dressed women.
JOHN CORTEZ is a long hair. The P. K. Yonge Symphony Orchestra is giving
the premier performance of his composition, "Mexican Gnat Dance".
DOROTHY JEANNE DAVIS wanted revenge. As the new president of Myers and
Co. she is devising tortures for editors who don't meet their deadlines.
JIMMY DUKE, the super salesman, recently sold P. K. some heaters for the
biology room in May.
NELL DYAL, the famous nurse, was recently awarded a medal by her hospital
for saving them the expense of loud speakers.
GRETCHEN EHRMANN, who was determined to get into the government some
way, has been in circulation by the Congressional Library as a character in a
Mickey Spillane novel.
MARY ANN FLORENCE, the dietition at P. K., came to an undeserved end. She
forgot to get out of the way of the 12:30 lunchroom stampede.
PERRY FOOTE, the eminent Presbyterian clergyman, though he's had consider-
able success elsewhere, is still trying to convert a certain Methodist.
ANN FOSTER made a fortune in blackmail. She took some pictures in the dark room.
FRANK GAGO, the gentleman farmer, calls in the cows every night with his
golden throated cornet.
MARY CHARLES GARRETT, the famous interior decorator, hasn't returned since
she got lost in a Persian rug.
SHIRLEY GILBREATH became an elementary school teacher and author of a best-
seller, The Care and Feeding of Little Monsters.
JENSENE GODWIN, the militant missionary, mysteriously disappeared in darkest
Africa several years ago. Now we never eat a ham sandwich without thinking of her.
WALTER GODWIN has realized his ambition "to live a full life". He's also authored
a book, How to Marry a Millionairess.
ANN GRACY has been suspended by the Metropolitan Opera Company. She absolutely
refused to die in the last act. That way she couldn't enjoy her encores.
BILLY GRAY, president of the National Safety Council, is running stop streets
left and right. Won't he ever give his car a "brake"?
CHARLOTTE HALVERSON has been elected the "Model Wife and Mother of 1974".
How she ever stayed so sweet in the class she was in, mystifies all.
DON HARRELL, the cave man, grew a beard to give his girl a rough time.
PAUL HARVEY died a violent death whenhe got carried away in his vivid description
of an Indianapolis Speedway race.
NANETTE HAVILAND has at last come into her own. She saved her Confederate
money and "the South has rose again!"
Despite promising beginnings at Annapolis, RUSSELL HENDERSON is in an
institution plotting the battle maneuvers of John Paul Jones.
ARTHUR HOLMES, the world traveller, has been hunting hypotenusess" in Africa,
visiting "touch-me-nots" in India, and trying to exterminate" tiger lilies" from the face
of the earth.
MARY BIRDIE HOWARD, the home economist, is trying to prove that twelve can
live as cheaply as one.
"DAVE KIDD and his Poor Little Lambs" can be heard playing their theme, "The
Whiffenpoof Song", every week over station WPKY.
DONNA KILLINGER is doing well as a pharmacist. She now has the controlling
interest in Canova's! !
RUFUS KITE POWELL'S. dramatic sermons fill his church every Sunday.
Now he and his profile are planning to go on TV.
SUZANNE LATIMER just couldn't decide what to take in college, so she majored
in the minors and got her MRS. degree.
ROBERT LITTLE, the world's wealthiest banker, is having Fort Knox melted to
build his summer home on fashionable Hogtown Creek.
DICKIE MANN, pro football star, was an All-American in college. The co-eds
were in favor of him too.
JACK MAY has become the first six-star general and now commands the Army's
new Sexagon building.
JACK McKINNEY has cut a diamond so brilliant that it will light all Gainesville
--even Shand's Road.
ANN MORGAN, who got her start on The Sun, has risen in the ranks until now
she's in the big time--gathering gossip for the New York Evening Eavesdropper.
JOE MORGAN is unhappily roaming the world trying to find an intelligence test
that can measure his genius.
BE-RNIE PARRISH, who got the largest bonus in baseball history, has become
"Dictator of Baseball" and is spreading Parrishism all over the Major Leagues.
MARLENE ROBERTS is busy these days--knitting little things.
LA VERNE ROWLISON, one of the first of the class to be married, has just
become the youngest and most beautiful grandmother in the U. S. A.
DELMER SHEFFIELD just plowed the north forty and is out raising cane.
JEAN SHULTZ, that efficient nurse, collaborated with a certain doctor so much
that now they are planning to make it a permanent operation.
EDDIE SMITH "polished up the handle of the big front door and now he is the
ruler of the ten-cent store".
JULIAN SMYSOR excelled in industrial engineering. He has developed a Rolls
Royce for the proletariat -an inexpensive car called "The Swindle. "
JAMES SUTTON, working as a mechanic, embezzled enough parts to have his
own car to commute between Gainesville and Micanopy.
HARRY SWILLEY has been hired as a consulting electrical engineer for the
Raiford Betterment Society.
MAGGIE TAYLOR was voted the most ladylike girl in the Roller Derby.
S. A. THOMPSON is president of the Gainesville Ministerial Association which
is composed almost entirely of his classmates.
BILLY WEAVER is cultivating Payne's Prairie, determined to turn it into
Florida's model farm.
DON WILCOX turned out to be a "wreck". He "rambled" back to Georgia Tech
where he's teaching.
LILA WILLIAMS got the title of "Outstanding Church Woman of the Year". She
attributes her patience and good will to the cooperative influence of her class.
JAY WIMBERLY has gone to Arabia with his preaching, where he can lawfully
have a harem.
WILLARD WOLFE, after dabbling in the arts, has won the Nobel Prize for his
1954 P K Y YARBOOK
1. Hospital Bills (mental strain suffered by
Editor-in-chief) $ 300.01
2. Salaries for Camera Club 18.32
3. Mercurochrome and band-aid (used by Camera
Club for injuries received from Faculty) 13.13
4. Rod and Reel (bribe to Art Editor) 1.10
5. Luxury tax on Faculty pictures 152.95
6. Manicures for Copy Editor 2.11
7. Repair Bill for typewriters .82
8. Air mail stamps (for use on correspondence to
Myers and Company) 87.21
Rent for extra office (for sponsor)
Fine for Editor (publishing scandalous news)
Midnight Oil (for burning)
Erasers (for chewing)
Erasers (for erasing)
Myers and Company for annual
Sponsors trip to Rose Bowl game (by air)
Federal tax on Spending Money
Total loss for year
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