IN MEMORY OF
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We see them as of yore---
The kind, the brave, the true, the sweet
Who walk with us no'more
John W. Chadwick
Auld Lang Syne
Anne Marie Thomas
Death--July 16, 1950
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We dedicate this annual to you, the faculty.
You have patiently steered us through the slow process of learning. You have
guided and directed us through our many trials and temptations. You have endeavored
to make us better citizens by letting us practice democracy in our school. You have
given much more of your time than necessary to help us realize our goal, to graduate.
For all this and much more, we, the Senior Class of 1955, dedicate the 1955
Yongester to you.
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J. M. CRAGO
H. M. PARRISH
M. B. BUCKHANNAN
S. C. FERGUSON
B. M. DYKES
E. Z. CALHOUN
W. H. BASHAW
O. B. PATE
J. R. FRYMIER
T. J. HILL
P. R. ADAMS
R. E. GIBSON
W. J. McENTEE
I. L. McDOWELL
W. A. LAND
V. J. KARHU
K. H. INGLE
D. R. WILLIAMS
R. E. KREBS .
W. B. PHILLIPS
B. M. MEYER
J. W. CREWS
E. M. BABB
M. V. DAVIS
JAMES MALCOLM ALDAY "Buddy"
Executive Board I; Honor Court 2,3;
Chancellor 3; Class President 2,4; Key
Club 3,4, Treasurer 3; Football 2,3,4;
National Honor Society 4; Jr. Classical
League 4; "55" YONGESTER Staff
SARAH LOUISE BINGHAM "Sally"
Class President 3; Student Council 3;
Honor Court 4, Secretary 4; "Hi Tide"
4; Band 1,2,3,4, Band Captain 4;
Orchestra 1, 3,4, All State Orchestra
3,4, National High School Orchestra
1,3,4; Chorus 1,4, Girls Chorus 1,4;
Spanish Club 3,4, President 3,4; "Y"
Club 4; Keyettes 3,4, Treasurer 4,
President 4, Sexette 3,4; Thespian
Club 4; Fashion Show I; "The Great
Allowance Battle" 3; "Curtain Going
Up" Cast 4; "The Count and the Coed"
4; Basketball Sports Day 3,4; Volley-
ball Sports Day 3,4; "55" YONGESTER
Ambition Music Educator
MARTHA ALICE ALLEGER "Ali"
F. H.A. 1,2; Fashion Show I; Jr. Classical
League I, 2, 3; Chess Club 2, 3; Student
Council 3; "Almost Summer" Crew 3;
Chorus 4; "Hi Tide" 4; "Curtain Going
Up" Crew 4; "The Count and the Coed"
4; National Honor Society 4; "55"YONGE-
Ambition Teacher, Writer
RILEY MARSHALL BLITCH "Rile"
Football 3,4; Track 2,3; Honor Court
Chancellor 4; Class Vice President 3;
Student Council 2,3; Key Club 2, 3,4,
Vice President 4; Sports Day 1,2,3,
4; "Curtain Going Up" Cast 4
SARAH BELLE ARNETT
F. H. A. I,2, 3, Historian 2, Vice President
2; Jr. Classical League I,2,3; Orchestra
2,3,4; "Almost Summer" Crew 3; Fashion
Show 1,3; "Curtain Going Up" Cast 4;
Thespian Club 3,4; "55" YONGESTER Staff
THOMAS NEIL BOYD "Bobo"
Softball Tournament 2,3; Track 3,4;
Ambition Truck Farmer
GEORGE EDWIN BRABHAM "Banjo"
Entered from G. H. S. Sophomore year;
County Sports Day 3; "Almost Summer"
MARY ELIZABETH CLAYTON
Class Secretary 4; Keyettes 4; Chap-
lain 4; Spanish Club 4, Secretary 4;
F.H.A. I; Fashion Show 1,4; Na-
tional Honor Society 4; Vice Presi-
dent 4; Band 1, 2, 3,4; Publicity
Manager 3, Historian 3, Business
Manager 4, Drum Majorette 4; Cho-
rus 4, Girls Chorus 4, "The Count
and the Coed" 4; Thespian 3,4; "Hi
Tide" 3, 4; Softball Sports Day 2;
"Almost Summer" Crew 3; "Curtain
Going Up" Crew 4; "55" YONGE-
STER Organizations Editor
Ambition Director of Religious Edu-
SARAH FRANCIS BYERS "Bangi"
Fashion Show I; F.H.A. I; Pep Club 2;
Volleyball Sports Day 2; Spanish Club 3;
"Curtain Going Up" Crew 4
Ambition To Go To Africa
ROBERTA LEXYNE CLYATT
F.H.A. I; Fashion Show 1,3,4; "Y"
Club 2, 3, 4; Softball Sports Day 1,2,
3,4; Volleyball Sports Day 2,3,4;
"Hi Tide" 3,4; Chorus 1,4; Girls
Chorus 4; "Almost Summer" Crew 3;
Thespian Club 3,4; National Honor
Society 4; "Curtain Going Up" Cast
4; Class Secretary 4; "55" YONGE-
Ambition To make a million Dollars
ROBERT SURGEON CHERRY "Bob"
Basketball 3,4; Track 2,3,4; "Hi Tide"
ELIZABETH CAROL CONGLETON
Class Secretary 1,2; Cheerleader 1,3,
4; Fashion Show 1,4; Track Sports
Day 2; Volleyball Sports Day 2; Pep
Club 3; Spanish Club 2; "Y" Club 3,
4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Keyettes
2, 3,4, Historian 3, Secretary 4; Jr.
Classical League 3; F. H.A. I, His-
torian I; National Honor Society 4;
Commencement Marshall 3; "55"
CATHERINE CONSTANS "Katie"
Fashion Show 4; Spanish Club 3; F. H.A.
I; "Curtain Going Up" Crew 4; "Hi Tide"
4; Student Council I; Volleyball Sports
Day 1,2,3,4; Nurse's Assistant 4; Pep Club
3; Chairman Freshman Hop I; Class Treas-
urer 4; National Honor Society 4; Business
Manager "55" YONGESTER
DOROTHY JEAN DOUGLAS "Dottie"
Class Treasurer 3; "Y" Club 3,4; Re-
porter 3, Vice President 4, Sergeant-
At-Arms 4; Cheerleader 1,3,4; Cap-
tain 4; F.H.A. 1,2, Historian I; Pep
Club 3; Track Sports Day 2,3,4; "Al-
most Summer" Cast 3; Fashion Show I;
Thespian Club 4; "Hi Tide" 3,4; "55"
FREDERICK PUTNAM CRABTREE "Put"
Football 2,3; Track 2,3; Spanish Club I,
2, Treasurer 2; Key Club 3,4; Thespian
Club 3,4; Class Treasurer 3,4; Student
Council 4; "Be Home By Midnight" Cast 3;
"Almost Summer" Crew 3; "Curtain Going
Up" Cast 4; "The Count and the Coed" 4;
Chorus 4; County Sports Day 2,3; "55"
LOIS EVELYN DOUGLAS "Doug"
F. H.A. I; Class Sergeant-At-Arms 4;
Fashion Show 1,2; Cheerleader 2,3;
Pep Club 2,3; "Y" Club 3,4; Chorus
4, Girls Chorus 4; "55" YONGESTER
GRACIA ELIZABETH DELL "Mac"
Fashion Show 1,4; F.H.A. 1,2; Spanish
Club 2; "Almost Summer" Crew 3; Track
Sports Day 3; Band 3,4; "Curtain Going
Up" Cast 4; Chorus 4, Girls Chorus 4; "Hi
Tide" 3,4; "The Count and the Coed" 4;
Thespian Club 3,4; "55" YONGESTER Staff
ROGER WILLIAM FOOTE
Band 1,2,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Track
2,4; Sports Day 1,2,3,4; "Curtain
Going Up" Cast 4; "Hi Tide" 3.4;
Baseball 3; Chorus I
Ambition Make a Million
JAMES RALEIGH FOUNTAIN JR. "Jay"
Spanish Club I; Camera Club 3; Thespian
Club 4; "Almost Summer" Cast 3; "Cur-
tain Going Up" Cast 4; Basketball 3,4;
Track 3,4; Cross Country 4; Tennis 4;
County Sports Day 1,2, 3; "Prettiest Girl
in Town" Cast 4; "55" YONGESTER Staff
Ambition To be a member of a U. S.
RACHEL LUCILLE GUNN "Rache"
Chorus I; Fashion Show I; Cheerlead-
er 1,2,3; Volleyball Sports Day 1,2,
3; County Sports Day I, 2,3; Tennis
I; "Y" Club 2, 3,4, Vice President 3,
President 3; Keyettes 2, 3,4, Sergeant-
At-Arms 3, Vice President 4; Jr.
Classical League 3; Homecoming
Attendant 3,4; Homecoming Chair-
man 4; "Hi Tide" 3,4; Student
Council 4; National Honor Society 4;
"55" YONGESTER Snapshots Editor
SAM HOFFMAN GRAY
Class President 4; Chorus 1,2; Band I;
Orchestra I; Hi Tide 3,4; Key Club 3.4,
President 4, Secretary 4; "Curtain Going
Up" Crew 4; Student Council 4; Thespian
Club 4; "55" YONGESTER Staff
PATRICIA JANE HALVERSON "Pat"
F.H.A. 1,2; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Girls
Chorus 4; Orchestra 1,2, 3,4; Thes-
pian Club 3,4; Keyettes 4; "Almost
Summer" Cast 3; "Curtain Going Up"
Cast 4; "Hi Tide" 4; County Sports
Day 1,2,3; Fashion Show I; Pep Club
2, 3; Homecoming Queen 4; "The
Count and the Coed" 4; "55" YONGE-
Ambition I hope some day to be a
success at something 1
BARBARA LANE GUITERAS
F.H.A. 1,2; Secretary 2; Fashion Show I;
County Sports Day 1, 2; "Almost Summer"
Crew 3; Spanish Club 3,4, President 4;
National Honor Society 4, President 4; Or-
chestra 2; "Hi Tide" 4; "Curtain Going
Up" Cast and Crew 4
MARY INEZ HARE "Bunny"
Senior Receptionist 3; Fashion Show
2,3,4; General Chairman 3; "Almost
Summer" Crew 3; Hi Tide 4; F.H.A.
1,2; "Y" Club 2,3,4; Keyettes 4;
National Honor Society 4; Secretary
4; Band 3,4, Secretary 4; Majorette
3,4; Chorus 1,2,4; Girls Chorus I;
Spanish Club 3,4, Secretary 3, Treas-
urer 3; Volleyball Sports Day I, 2, 3;
Softball Sports Day 1,2, 3; Track
Sports Day 2, 3; Basketball Sports Day
ANN ROBERTSON HARRIS "Tiny"
Fashion Show I; Chorus I; Girls Chorus I;
Class Secretary 3; "Almost Summer" Cast
3; Keyettes 4, Historian 4; "Bobby Sox
Brigade" Cast 3; Thespian Club 4; Home-
coming Attendant 4; "Curtain Going Up"
Crew 4; Jr. Classical League 3; "Yonge
Time" 4; F.H.A. 1,2; Treasurer 2; "Hi
Tide" 4; Dramatic Club I; National Hon-
or Society 4; "55" YONGESTER Staff
WILLIAM BERNARD HIRSCHI
SHIRLEY ANN HAVEN "Shirl"
Fashion Show 1,4; F.H.A. I; Home-
coming Sponsor 2; "Hi Tide" 3,4; "55"
Ambition M. R. S. Degree
MARY ETTA HIRSCHI "Hirschi Bar"
F.H.A. 1,2; Fashion Show 1,4; Jr.
Classical League 3; "Almost Summer"
Crew 3; "Hi Tide" 4; Nurse's Assist-
Jo ANN HILL
Girls Chorus 1,3; Fashion Show I; Track
Sports Day 1,2; Softball Sports Day I;
F. H. A. 1,2; Volleyball Sports Day 1, 2;
Chorus 2,3,4; Nurse's Assistant 3; "The
Count and the Coed" 4
JULIA ANNE HOLCOMBE
Entered P.K. from G. H. S. Junior year
"Hi Tide" 4
Ambition Find a Millionaire
LEONARD BARRY HOWELL
Entered P. K. Senior year from G. H. S.;
Key Club 4
EDWIN CALEB JOHNS "Big Ed"
Class President 1,2; Student Council
1,2, 3; Vice President Student Body
2; Key Club 2,3,4; National Honor
Society 4; Basketball 2,3,4; Football
I, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Captain 4; Track 2, 3, 4
SANDRA JEAN HOWELL "Sandy"
F. H.A. I; "Y" Club 2,3,4; Keyettes 4;
Band 1,2, 3, 4; Volleyball Sports Day 1,2,
3,4; Softball Sports Day 1,2,3,4; Track
Sports Day 2,3, 4; Basketball Sports Day 2,
3; National Honor Society 4; "Curtain
Going Up" Cast 4; Fashion Show I, 3; Or-
chestra 3,4; "Hi Tide" 4; "55" YONGE-
Ambition Physical Education Teacher
THOMAS LISTON JOHNS "Tommy"
Class Vice President 2,3,4; Track 2;
Football 3,4; Student Council 3; Key
Ambition To have a dude ranch in
PAUL DOUGLAS HUNTER "Paulsy"
Band I, 3,4; Chorus 1, 3,4; Orchestra 3,4;
Key Club 4; "The Count and the Coed" 4;
Camera Club 4; "55" YONGESTER Staff
SYLVIA ANNE JONES "Bibba"
Track Sports Day I,3; Volleyball
Sports Day I, Basketball Sports Day 2;
Chorus 1, 4; Girls Chorus I,4; Band
3,4; Spanish Club 2; F.H..A. 1,2;
National Honor Society 4; Thespian
Club 3,4; Fashion Show 1,4; "The
Count and the Coed" 4; "Hi Tide"
3,4; "Curtain Going Up" Crew 4;
"Almost Summer" Crew 3
F. H.A. I, 3; Fashion Show 1,3; Basket-
ball Sports Day 3; Chorus 1,3,4; Girls'
Chorus 4; "Almost Summer" Cast 3;
Thespian Club 3,4; Spanish Club 3; Vice
President 3; "Hi Tide" 4; "The Count
and the Coed" 4
Ambition Fashion Designer
PHILIP LeCODEY LARSON "Cobette"
County Sports Day 1,2; Softball Sports
Day 1,3; Track Sports Day 3,4; Vol-
leyball Sports Day 1,2, 3; Football
Official 3; Baseball I,2,3,4; Football
3,4; Tri-Captain 4; Basketball 3,4;
Co-captain 4; Track 3,4; "Curtain
Going Up" Cast 4; Chorus I; "Yonge
Chatter" 4; "Hi Tide" 4; "55"YONGE-
Ambition 6' I 1/2", 185 lbs.
DONALD CARLETON KLUGE "Don"
Entered P.K. from Lafayette, Indiana 2nd.
semester freshman year; Spanish Club I;
"Almost Summer" Crew 3; Class Treasurer
4; National Honor Society 4; Treasurer 4;
"Curtain Going Up" Crew 4
Ambition Chemist or Pharmacist
BARBARA KAY LEWIS
Entered P. K. from G. H. S. sophomore
year; Volleyball Sports Day 3; Track
Sports Day 3; Basketball Sports Day 3;
F. H.A. I; Fashion Show I; "Y" Club
4; "Hi Tide" 4
PHYLLIS ANNE LAGASSE' "Duckie"
Fashion Show 1,4; F.H.A. 1,2; Softball
Sports Day 1,2,3,4; Volleyball Sports Day
1,2,3,4; Track Sports Day 1,2; "Y" Club
2,3,4; Secretary 3, President 4; Student
Council 2; Band 1,2,3,4; Majorette 1,2,
3,4; Headmajorette 3,4; Band Officer 3,
4; Orchestra 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Girls'
Chorus 1,4; Homecoming Attendant 3; "Hi
Tide" 3,4; Honor Court Secretary 3; Key-
ettes 4; National Honor Society 4; Girls
State 3; State Youth Board of Advisors 4;
Thespian Club 3,4
Ambition Education Degree and a
Jo ANN LITTLE "Jenny"
Class Treasurer 3; Parliamentarian 2,
4; F.H.A. 1,2; Chorus I; Girls'
Chorus I; Fashion Show I; County
Sports Day 2, Volleyball Sports Day 3;
Jr. Classical League 3; "Hi Tide" 3;
"Almost Summer" Crew 3; "Bobby
Sox Brigade" Crew 3; "Curtain Going
Up" Crew 4; Keyettes 3,4; Treasurer
4; Sextette 3,4; National Honor So-
ciety 4; "55" YONGESTER Copy Editor
Ambition Be a famous singer
FAYE LOUISE OFTEN "Louie"
Fashion Show 4; Volleyball Sports Day I;
Track Sports Day 1, 3; Band I, 2, 3,4, Pub-
licity Manager 4; F.H.A. 1,2; "Almost
Summer" Crew 3; Chorus 4; Girls Chorus
4; "Hi Tide" 3,4; "Curtain Going Up"
Crew 4; Thespian Club 3,4; Senior Recep-
tionist 4; "The Count and the Coed" 4;
Assistant Classes Editor "55" YONGESTER
Ambition To have a million friends
JOHN AUSTIN MULLETT "Mul"
Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Co-Captain 4;
Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2,3; Key
Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice Presi-
dent 3; Student Council 2, 3; Vice
President Student Body 3, County Sports
Day 1,2,3; Class President I; Jr.
Classical League 3; "Hi Tide" 4; Sen-
ior Receptionist 4; "55" YONGESTER
ELIZABETH BETSY MERCHANT- "Sugar Tot"
Senior Receptionist 4; Fashion Show I, 3;
"Hi Tide" 4; "Y" Club 3; Chorus 1,2;
Girls Chorus I; "Curtain Going Up" Crew
4; Volleyball Sports Day 1, 2,3; Softball
Sports Day 2,3; Track Sports Day 1,2
BERYL TILLEY MURPHREE- "Mil-Turph"
Chorus 1,2; Girls Chorus 1,2; Fashion
Show I; F. H.A. I; Spanish Club 3,
Treasurer 3; "Hi Tide" 4; "Curtain
Going Up" Crew 4
DONALD VIRGIL MORGAN "Tex"
County Sports Day 1,2; Senior Receptionist
4; "Almost Summer" Cast 3; "Curtain
Going Up" Crew 4; Thespian Club 3,4;
National Honor Society 4; "55" YONGE-
Ambition To enter dramatics
MARY CATHERINE MURPHREE "Cay"
Student Body President 4; Student
Body Secretary 3; Student Council 2,
3,4; Class President 2; Keyettes 2,3,
4; President 4; Chaplain 3, Sextette
3,4; "Y" Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 3;
National Honor Society 4; Camera
Club 3; Spanish Club 2; President 2;
Thespian Club 3,4; F. H.A. I; Band
I; Chorus I; Jr. -Sr. Prom Chairman
3; "Almost Summer" Crew 3; Volley-
ball Sports Day 1,2, 3,4; Basketball
Sports Day I, 2, 3,4; Track Sports
Day 1,2,3,4; Softball Sports Day
1,2, 3,4; "55" YONGESTER Staff.
MARGARET ANN REITZ "Margo"
Fashion Show I; F.H.A. 1,2, Vice Presi-
dent 2; Chorus I; Keyettes 2,3,4, Secre-
tary 2, Historian 3, Vice President 3, Sex-
tette 3,4; Class Vice President 2; Student
Council 2, 3,4; Secretary Student Body 4;
Commencement Marshall 3; "Hi Tide" 3,
4; Homecoming Sponsor 4; National Hon-
or Society 4; "Curtain Going Up" Cast 4;
"55" YONGESTER Staff
Ambition To always have as swell friends
as I have now.
BRUCE VERNON SHOPE
Entered P.K. from Winter Haven, Fla.
Senior year; "Hi Tide" 4; Class Vice
President 4; Thespian Club 4; "Cur-
tain Going Up" Crew 4
Ambition To attain a Ioo% effective
system of passive toleration of femi-
THOMAS RICHARD SALT "Tommy"
Football 3,4; Baseball 3,4; Tennis 1,4;
County Sports Day 1,2,3; "Almost Sum-
mer" Cast 3; "Curtain Going Up" Cast 4;
Homecoming King 4; Key Club 3,4; Na-
tional Honor Society 4; "55" YONGESTER
Ambition Commercial Artist
RICHARD LISLE SMITH "Rick"
Football 1,2, 3,4, Tri-Captain 4;
Track 1,2; Baseball 1,3,4; Class
President 3; "Almost Summer" Cast
3; Key Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 3,4,
President 3, Treasurer 4; Student
Council 4; "Curtain Going Up" Cast
4; National Honor Society 4; Chorus
I; County Sports Day 2, 3; Thespian
NORMA JEAN SHEROUSE "Terry"
Class Secretary 3; Student Council 4;
Keyettes 2, 3,4, Treasurer 3, Sextette 4;
"Y" Club 2,3,4, Reporter 2, Vice Presi-
dent 3, Secretary 4; National Honor So-
ciety 4; Spanish Club 3,4, Secretary 4;
F.H.A. 1,2, Treasurer I; Fashion Show
I, 4; Cheerleader 4; Volleyball Sports Day
I,2, 3; Basketball Sports Day 3; Track
Sports Day 1,3; Softball Sports Day 1,2,3,
4; Chorus I; Band 3; "Almost Summer"
Crew 3; "55" YONGESTER Girls Sports
MARY ADELAIDE SPECHT "Speck"
Entered from G. H. S. Sophomore year;
"Hi Tide" 3,4; Homecoming Sponsor
3; "Almost Summer" Cast 3; Spanish
Club 3, President 3; "Y" Club 4;
Cheerleader 4; Fashion Show 4; Cho-
rus 3,4, Girls Chorus 4; "Curtain Go-
ing Up" Crew 4; "The Count and the
Coed" 4; "55" YONGESTER Activity
JOHN WINTHROP STORER
Entered P.K. Senior year; Chorus 4
Ambition To get into electrical engineer-
ing and to get a radio amateur license.
MARY BROUGHTON WILSON "Willie"
Cheerleader 1,2.3,4, Captain 3; "Y"
Club 3,4; Spanish Club 2; Jr. Classi-
cal League 3; National Honor Society
4; Chorus I; Pep Club 2,3; Fashion
Show I; F.H.A. I; "55" YONGESTER
JOSEPH SPIVEY TILLIS "Joe"
Band 1,2; County Sports Day 1,2, 3,4
Ambition Working in a Grocery Store.
JOSEPH COLQUITT WISE, JR. "Joe"
Student Council I; Band 1,2; County
Sports Day 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4,
President 4; Orchestra 4; "Curtain Go-
ing Up" Crew 4; "The Count and the
Coed" 4; "55" YONGESTER Staff
Ambition To have my own Business.
MARGARET ELIZABETH WATSON "Peggy"
Class Treasurer I; Class Secretary 2; Cheer-
leader 1,2,3; Fashion Show 1,3; "Y" Club
3,4, Treasurer 4; Pep Club 2,3; Spanish
Club 3,4, Secretary 4; National Honor So-
ciety 4; "Curtain Going Up" Cast 4; Track
Sports Day I; Baseball Sports Day 1,3; F.
Ambition "Mrs. M. (?)" "55" YONGESTER
UNA LAREA ZIMMERMAN "Puddy"
Fashion Show 1,4; Band 1,2,3, Major-
ette 1,3; F.H.A. I; "Y" Club 3,4;
Chorus 3,4; .Girls Chorus 4; Class Par-
liamentarian 2; "Curtain Going Up"
Crew 4; Spanish Club 3; Track Sports
Day 2, 3; Volleyball Sports Day 4;
Basketball Sports Day 2,3,4; "Hi Tide"
3, "55" YONGESTER Staff
Ambition Private Secretary.
OUR FIRST GRADE ROLL CALL:
James Anderson Rachel Gunn
Sarah Belle Arnett Russell Henderson
Dale Blaser Forrest Hill
Sarah Byers Jo Anne Hill
Mary Elizabeth Clayton Margaret Janes
Celia Cone Sylvia Jones
Carol Congleton Phyllis Lagasse
Elizabeth Dell Philip Larson
Dick Dickinson Jo Anne Little
Ted Duncan Louise Loften
Roger Foote Elizabeth Merchant
Mary Cay Murphree
Margaret Ann Reitz
WHO'S WHO In Our Class* Resource material, OUR BOOK, edited by us
in the first grade.
Elizabeth went to Tennessee... Jo Anne went to the mountains... Rachel
went to the lake... Mary Cay has a dog... Tommy has a cat... Mary
Elizabeth has two guinea pigs... Mary has a dollhouse... Jon has a train.
We made up a song--"Mary Cay has a little baby brother, Walter Murphree
is his name. He weighs 9 pounds and 16 ounces; we are so happy that he
2ND. GRADE- Remember walking through the big senior hall? We could
only do that when it rained I We have our own victory garden. Miss Huff
and Mrs. Calhoun are our teachers.
3RD. GRADE- Mary Elizabeth, Carol and Peggy look like dolls with their
long cork-screw curls. Our Pet Show is big event of the year. Deloyce's
cow won first prize. Our teacher is Mrs. Barry.
4TH. GRADE- Russell and Forest leave us behind. Mrs. Watkins' first
year at PKY. Edwin and Tommy move in on usi
5TH. GRADE- The girls belong to Donald Harnett's fan club. We all quake
in fear when Mrs. Tison comes by--remember the day she shook Roger up?
6TH. GRADE- We are the "big shots" of elementary school now. Deloyce
and Edwin one of our cute couples We put on a Broadway production of
Medieval life. Our parents are beginning to worry after Rachel's and Mary
Elizabeth's "gay" parties 1
7TH. and 8TH. GRADES- Jr. Hil WE're growing up. Miss McCracken
taught us--girls, remember the little talks in her office? Our president
is Tommy Salt. We have our first real dates to the Saturday morning
show; the couples were: Rachel and Edwin, Mary and Roger, Mary
Elizabeth and T. J., Phyllis and Phil, Jo Anne and Tommy, Carol and
Sammy. (Can you beat that?) We learn about Florida and Parliamentary
procedure. Another girl on Edwin's string--Betsy. Big party at Glen ends
the year. High school, HERE WE COMEI
FRESHMEN Mr. Kitching explains corel We start tradition of riotous class meetings. That Mullett boy
is hilarious.. girls baking watery meat loaf in Home Ec.. Betsy and Mary party, party, party.. the Cay-
Richard combination began this year.. the Hop to end all hops, almost $200, Katy chairman., most of us
on the Tampa Highway to the State Fair and Music Contest.
SOPHS Mrs. Laird's algebra II class: "all mice may go, rats remain in class. Dig those poor shoe-
polishing pledges... perfect football season and E.F. C. Championship.. Coach Olsen and Coach Hank..
Evelyn, Peggy, Rachel and Mary A-squad cheerleaders.. Mr. McEntee sends his problem core on a walk,
two by two.. slight disagreement between our crowds shook the school.. we girls get our first taste of sen-
ior teas.. Judy and Deloyce move away.. Mrs. Laird and Mr. Goette retire.
JUNIORS We study hard for our core teachers, Mr. Pate and Coach Hank.. Martha and Roger "big bud-
dies".. Says we girls: our he-men are doing great in football and other sports, but they sure don't have
the measurements for our clothes they modeled in an assembly fashion show "Night and Day", our
Prom with Don Moore.. sensational MC's, Mullett and Salt.. remember the catty prophecy read by
Rachel and Jo Anne? Our class is headed for Broadway again in "Almost Summer"; Ann, Specht, Don,
George were cute. June, we hear "Pomp and Circumstance" for next-to-the-last time, and the seniors.
LEAVE US IN CHARGE!
SENIORS Ann is on the air with a different style in disc jockeying.. Phyllis has the Yongester column..
Dottie, head cheerleader.. Queen Pat and King Tommy.. Riley makes his touchdown at Homecoming,
but all our boys are the work-horses. .Edwin, Richard, Phil, tri-captains make unusual speeches at
Homecoming breakfast.. Senior privilege, northeast corner of the Florida Room, but natch l. .Dig that
crazy bop--we've all got the jive.. Class presidents Buddy and Sammy have tough job.. Decree of no
annual scares class but we rally.. Sandra and Katy do a great job.. "Would you like your furniture re-
paired? "..Keyettes and Key Club go Xmas caroling in a truck (?).. We wait, and wait--and finally
Mr. McEntee's baby comes. Mr. Gibson official censorer of annual.. Inter-Faith Youth Night draws
big crowd.. Barbara Guiteras, president of National Honor Society.. two girls pinned, some going steady,
more trying (? 1).. Graduation and the typical celebrating--but who didn't cry when they played "Pomp
and "Circumstance"? We won't forget you, P. K... Thanks for these memories.
SENIORS' LAST WILL
I, MARTHA ALLEGER, leave my knitting needles to Sandra Hollis, so that she may have something to
do at the basketball games.
I, BUDDY ALDAY, leave my subscription to ROAD and TRACK to Harrison McDonald in hopes that the
sports car spirit will be kept alive in P. K.
I, SARAH BELLE ARNETT, leave my straight hair to Barbara Brasington.
I, SALLY BINGHAM, give and bequeath my ability to make the right comment at the wrong time to
I, RILEY BLITCH, leave my stubby build to Charlie Carroll so he won't have to lean over in the huddle
I, THOMAS BOYD, will my books and belongings to the Micanopy students who attend this school after me.
I, GEORGE BRABHAM, leave my car to all poor pedestrians of P. K. Yonge.
I, SARAH BYERS, do bequeath (without my parents consent) my house to the Juniors so they may have a
place for their parties.
I, BOB CHERRY, leave------never to be forgotten.
I, MARY ELIZABETH CLAYTON, will my "Florida Room Privileges" to Marcia Dailey, knowing she will
make good use of them.
I, KATY CONSTANS, will my ability to get out of class legitimately at my convenience to Dean Sutton.
I, LEXYNE CLYATT, being of sound mind do hereby will and bequeath "The Green Lemon" (my Renault)
to Billy Robinson who is probably a better mechanic than I am and besides he thinks it is fun to drive.
I, CAROL CONGLETON, leave my "hep hip" to anyone in the Junior class who can control it.
I, PUTNAM CRABTREE, leave at long last----I bequeath nothing to anyone, because I worked so hard
to obtain (by hook or crook) what I now have, I'm going to keep it forever.
I, ELIZABETH DELL, leave my D. A. to Mary Ann Gardner so at least one senior will have one.
I, DOTTIE DOUGLAS, will and bequeath my place as head cheerleader to any Junior that is crazy enough
to take it.
I, EVELYN DOUGLAS, will and bequeath my dimples to Jimmy Allen.
I, ROGER FOOTE, leave my sarcastic comments to be forgotten.
I, JAY FOUNTAIN, leave my ability to act to next year's play cast.
I, BARBARA GUITERAS, will and bequeath my Spanish accent to Wayne Whittlesey.
I, RACHEL GUNN, leave my ability to make short, pertinent comments in class to Joseph Silva in hopes
that he will be able to get along better with his classmates.
I, PAT HALVERSON, leave the "rut" I wore down University Avenue to Carolyn Dyal. Have Funi
I, INEZ HARE, will my batons and ability to throw a high aerial to Anne Savage, in hopes that she
won't have to collect any insurance.
I, ANN HARRIS, will and bequeath my harrowing experiences out at station "WGGG" to anyone who
cares to have the inside dope on affairs as I did.
I, SHIRLEY HAVEN, would leave my S. A. E. pin to Janice Robertson, but she may have one of her own
I, JO ANN HILL, leave my sunny disposition to every Junior. They all will need it to get along with
Mr. McEntee and Mr. Gibson.
I, BERNIE HIRCHI, will my affairs on second floor to Frank Weaver.
I, MARY HIRSHI, will my ability to get to class on time to Emmalyn Bault.
I, ANNE HOLCOMBE, leave my "alluring ways" to Roberta Luther. (Careful gal, they are dynamite.)
I, BARRY HOWELL, will all I know to anyone who dares to use it.
I, SANDRA HOWELL, will my ability to talk in class without the teacher seeing me to Harry Evans so
he won't get into any trouble while flirting with the girls.
I, PAUL HUNTER, bequeath my ability to get into trouble to Lynn Ten Eyck.
I, EDWIN JOHNS, hereby prepare to depart from this mighty armada of knowledge. I leave my many
experiences and observations toMr. Davis, knowing that he will make good use of them seeing that his
are undoubtedly exhausted by now.
I, TOMMY JOHNS, will and bequeath my head for "figures" to Jiggs Little.
I, SYLVIA JONES, leave my jalopy to Jo Leps in hopes that she will put it to better use than I did.
I, DON KLUGE, give and bequeath my half-finished hydroplane to Aden Sowell in the hopes that he
can finish it.
I, PHYLLIS LAGASSEE, will and bequeath my "extra" strut to Lee Ann Elliott.
I, PHIL LARSON, leave my letter sweater to Hank Buckhannan, in hopes that this will give him a
head start on the rest of the stars in his class.
I, BARBARA LEWIS, will my never ending chatter in Lit. class to Sally Stewart.
I, JO ANNE LITTLE, will the front seat of my car to Diane Snead in hopes she can move into the driver's
seat of her own car.
I, LOUISE LOFTEN, leave my noon time tryst with a particular college student to Faye Griffin. (Faye,
you'll have to find your own guy.)
I, BETSY MERCHANT, will my expert driving ability to my inexperienced sister Sally so that she too
can spin a circle.
I, DONALD MORGAN, leave to Billy Sawyer my curls to help him with his brownheaded girl friend.
I, JOHN MULLETT, leave my place in Mr. Davis's affections to Tommy Cheek, because he sure is
going to need it.
I, CAY MURPHREE, do will and bequeath and leave to Ruth Wilcox my gold-bound Lit. notes in boxes
so that she will get an A plus out of Mr. Gibson.
I, TILLEY MURPHREE, leave Pennie Pierson my license and her 41 Dodge in hopes that she will enjoy
them as much as I have.
I, GAIL KITE-POWELL, give and bequeath my ability to get into the Phi Delt house to Barbara Cake,
knowing that she will use this ability to the best of her advantage.
I, MARGARET REITZ, leave my role in the senior play (Kyle's the name, darling) to Kent Hale so she
can call everybody darling. (mainly Lynn.)
I, TOMMY SALT, will and bequeath my loud mouth to Marilyn Batey so she can be heard around
I, NORMA JEAN SHEROUSE, give and bequeath my blue and white car to Burt Black knowing he
certainly needs a better car.
I, RICHARD SMITH, being -of sound mind do hereby leave my title of "God's Gift to Women" to
Cecil Guinn and Paul Fullagar because it will take two to take care of it.
I, MARY SPECHT, will and bequeath my ability to catch and hold a man to Gay Rice.
I, JOHN STORER, leave my moments of silence to Gene Wester in hopes it will tone him down.
I, JOE TILLIS, leave my ability to sleep in class and get away with it to Larry Saunders.
I, PEGGY WATSON, hereby will and bequeath my ability to talk with my eyes to Ann Baringer in
hopes it will help her win all the boys.
I, MARY WILSON, leave and bequeath my unusual speech mannerisms---lisp, speed, and incoherency
to Gail Woods so maybe she can develop a fast line too.
I, JOE WISE, bequeath my flirtatious ways to Dickie Cunningham, as if he needed them.
I, LAREA ZIMMERMAN, leave and bequeath my frequent accidents to Ann Lantz, who is quite a
Lee Ann Elliot
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Nancy Wallace Jimmy Ward Terry White
Helen Brodgon Dale Brower
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Mary Anne Autrey
Norma Jean Sherouse
FIRST ROW: Dorothy Douglas, Ann Harris,
Barbara Guiteras. SECOND ROW: Sarah Belle
Arnett, Louise Lofton, Sylvia Jones, JoAnne
Little, Mary Elizabeth Clayton
Cay Murphree, President. FIRST ROW: Carol Congleton, Buddy Alday, Sam Gray, Put Crabtree, Norma Jean
Sherouse, Rachel Gunn, Richard Smith, Dickie Cunningham. SECOND ROW: Gwen Morrison, Sandra VelDink,
Louise Hack, Bob Stripling, Paul Fullagar, Cecil Guinn, Doug Deurloo, Gordon Blitch. THIRD ROW: Clarence
O'Neill, Louie Echols, Tony Swilley, Sally Ehrmann, Diane Snead, Karen Carson, Ruth Ann Drosdoff, Randy
Norton. FOURTH ROW: Charlie Carroll, Gail Woods, Hank Buckhannan, Vice President; Margaret Ann Reitz,
Riley Blitch, Chancellor; Sally Bingham, Harry Evans, Bobby
Bowman, Kay Baldwin, Bill Watson.
MARY ELIZABETH CLAYTON
FIRST ROW: Peggy Watson, Rachel Gunn, Carol Congleton, Ann Harris. SECOND ROW: Barbara Guiteras,
Inez Hare, Mary Wilson, Phyllis Lagasse. THIRD ROW: Norma Jean Sherouse, Sylvia Jones, Sandra Howell,
Jo Anne Little, Margaret Ann Reitz. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Ingle, Mary Elizabeth Clayton, Katie Constans,
Lexyne Clyatt, Martha Alleger, Sally Bingham, Cay Murphree. FIFTH ROW: Richard Smith, Tommy Salt,
Buddy Alday, Edwin Johns, Donald Kluge, Donald Morgan.
IST SEMESTER PRESIDENT
2ND SEMESTER PRESIDENT
TRUNK, BOTTOM TO TOP: Cay Murphree, Ruth
Ann Drosdoff, Jane Bingham, Penny Thomas,
Carol Congleton, Secretary; Margaret Reitz, His-
torian; Jo Anne Little, Treasurer; Dee Ann Mims,
Mary Elizabeth Clayton, Chaplain; Norma Jean
Sherouse, CIRCLE. L TO R.: Karen Carson, Inez
Hare, Sandra Howell, Carol Cooper, Barbara Cake,
Kent Hale, Phyllis Lagasse. TOP ROW:. Ann Harris,
Historian; Gay Rice, Marcia Dailey. BOTTOM
ROW: Rachel Gunn, Vice-President; Sally Bingham,
Treasurer and President; Diane Snead, Chaplain and
Sam Gray and Burt Black
IST AND 2ND SEMESTER PRESIDENTS
TRUNK, BOTTOM TO TOP: Hank Buckhannan,
Tommy Johns, Sam Gray, Burt Black, Richard
Smith, Paul Hunter, Cecil Guinn. CIRCLE L TO
R.: Put Crabtree, Tommy Salt, Charlie Carroll,
John Mullett, Edwin Johns, TOP ROW: Paul
Fullagar, Buddy Alday. BOTTOM ROW: Phil
Larson, Riley Blitch. NOT PICTURED: Jiggs
Little, Barry Howell.
BASE, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dottie Douglas, Peggy Watson, Carol Congleton, Evelyn Douglas, Karen Carson, Rollene
Fulghum, Marcia Dailey, Barbara Helzel, TRUNK: Penny Pierson, Mary Wilson, Jane Bingham, Ruth Ann Dros-
doff, Gail Woods, Rachel Gunn, Norma Jean Sherouse, Sally Bingham. LEFT ARM: Sandra Henderson, Nadene
Brogdon, Dee Ann Mims, Sandra Orton, Penny Thomas, Cay Murphree, Phyllis Lagasse, Janice Robertson, Mary
Specht. RIGHT ARM: Sally Stewart, Inez Hare, Lynn Williams, Barbara Lewis, Carolyn Dyal, Lexyne Clyatt,
Larea Zimmerman, Ann Savage, Sandra Howell.
THESPIANS, FIRST ROW: Lynn TenEyck,
Phyllis Lagasse, Don Morgan, Lexyne
SWClyatt, Put'Crabtree, Helen Jones. SEC-
O OND ROW: Stan Livengood, George Hack,
James Hord, Byerly Eutsler, Cliff Beasley.
STHIRD ROW: Nancy Wallace, George
Kirkpatrick, Cay Murphree, Louise Echols,
APPRENTICES, FIRST ROW: Pat
Powers, Ann Barringer, Diane Snead,
Sarah Belle Arnett, Sally Bingham,
Lynn Williams, Nadene Brogdon.
SECOND ROW: Carol Cooper, Mary
E. Clayton, Elizabeth Dell, Gail
Kite-Powell, Sylvia Jones, Louise ,
Loften. THIRD ROW: Clarence
O'Neill, Ann Harris, George Brab-
ham, Ruth Ann Drosdoff, Josephine
Gilbreath, Mary Specht, Dottie ..
Douglas, Richard Smith.
MEMBERS: Peggy Watson, Ruth Ann Drosdoff, Marcia
Dailey, Mary Keitt Alday, Charlene Fristoe, Inez
Hare, Josephine Leps, Barbara Brasington, Barbara
Guiteras, Ann Barringer, Sarah Buers, Anna Blanco,
Senor Trujillo: Sponsor, Sally Bingham, Kent Hale,
Norma Jean Sherouse, Barbara Cake, Gordon Blitch,
Mary Elizabeth Clayton, Burt Black, Richard Smith,
Paul Fullagar, Ricardo Russi, John Peck, Bruce Shope.
SPONSOR: Senor Trujillo.
FRONT ROW: Lynn TenEyck, Mary Elizabeth Clayton, Sally Bingham, Louise Loften, Jane Moore, Karen Carson, Ann
Holder. SECOND ROW: Nadine Brogdon, Lynn Williams, Sylvia Jones, Helen Zipperer, Phyllis Lagasse, Helen Jones,
Jimmy Allen, Denver Stephens, Irene DeVault, Harry Evans. THIRD ROW: Ann Savage, Paul Hunter, Elizabeth Dell,
Sandra Howell, Skipper Browne, Stan Livengood, Billy Robinson, Tommy Kennington, Austin Moon, George Hack,
Martha Lindsey, Mari Bingham, Arthur Green, Roger Foote, Bobby Bowman, Tedo Griffin, Pat Powers. FOURTH ROW:
Paul Clayton, Buzzy Dunn, Buck Griffis, Ricardo Russi, Billy Cake, Curt Peterson, Inez Hare, Barbara Cake. DIRECTOR:
OFFICERS: Lynn TenEyck, Business Manager;
Arthur Green, Librarian; Ann Holder, Historian;
Phyllis Lagasse, Head Majorette; Barbara Cake,
Treasurer; Inez Hare, Secretary; Mary Elizabeth
Clayton, Assistant Business Manager; Sally Bing-
-" ham, Band Captain; Louise Loften and Anne
MARY ELIZABETH CLAYTON; Drum Majorette
PHYLLIS LAGASSE; Head Majorette
FIRST ROW: Mr. Adams, Ann Savage, Ann Holder, Janice Robertson, Gay Rice, Mary Ann Moore,
Rollene Fulghum, Faye Griffis, Terry Sneeringer, Barbara Marschal, Byerly Eutsler, Gray Lewis,
James Hord, Arthur Green, Evelyn Douglas, Phyllis Lagasse, Karen Carson, Nadine Brogdon, Louise
Crown, Gwen Morrison. SECOND ROW: Gail Bronson, Patricia Bledsoe, Eva Hill, Pennie Pierson,
Gail Woods, Penny Thomas, Lynn Williams, Jo Ann Hill, Gwen Ford, Becky Holmes, George Kirk-
patrick, John Pierson, Louie Echols, Wayne Strother, Austin Moon, Gail Veldink, Diane Kidd,
Annabeth Schofield, Mernet Larsen. THIRD ROW: Mary Specht, Larea Zimmerman, Marcia Dail-
ey, Sally Erhmann, Virginia Shollar, Frances Murphree, Jane Bingham, Richard Winsor, Jimmy
Gant, Clarence O'Neill, Lenwood Kitchens, Buzzy Dunn, Lynn TenEyck, Wayne Whittlesey, Martha
Alleger, Sandra Orton, Helen Bell Jones, Gail Kite-Powell. FOURTH ROW: Tedo Griffin, Sylvia
Jones, Inez Hare, Elizabeth Dell, Sally Bingham, Mary Elizabeth Clayton, Louise Loften, John
Storer, Cliff Beasley, Joe Wise, Billy Robinson, Putnam Crabtree, John Selle, Terry Davidson,
Thomas Canfield, John Wilson, Bob Griffin, Mary Ann Gardner, Barbara Cake, Roberta Luther,
Carolyn Dyal, Lexyne Clyatt.
MEMBERS, FIRST ROW: Sally Bingham, Sarah Belle Arnett, Ruthanna Marie Davis, Helen Bell
Jones, Jane Bingham. SECOND ROW: Ann Holder, Karen Carson, Nadine Brogdon, Lynn Ten-
Eyck, Paul Hunter, Ann Savage, Joe Wise, Mary Ellen Davis, Nancy Wallace. THIRD ROW:
Sandra Howell, Inez Hare, Mr. Adams, Billy Robinson, Stan Livengood, Harry Evans, Arthur
Green, Bobby Bowman.
I SEASON RECORD
The record speaks for
itself. In the words of our
coaches, "We built character
ASST. COACH Willis Whittington
BUDDY ALDAY G-140
Spent the night
in Seabreeze's back-
RILEY BLITCH HB-155
The red-headed terror
who made Homecoming a
EDWIN JOHNS FB-190
"The Horse, will
carry on his smashing
ways at the University
of Florida next year.
TOMMY JOHNS G-155
"The Pony" made up
,in speed and ability for
what he lacked in size.
PHIL LARSON QB-I30
"The Walking Band-Aid"
Left nothing to be desired in
a back. (except size)
A WORD ABOUT THE BALL PLAYERS
JOHN MULLETT E-I85
A big asset to the
team with his pass
TOMMY SALT HB-I85
The joker was only
serious on the gridiron.
But then you had better
RICHARD SMITH C-I75
"Big Rick" more than
held his own in the
CLIFF BEASLEY T-I9o
The big soph. has great
possibilities, some of which
we have already seen.
BURT BLACK E-I6o
Burt will be back next
year to cut down anyone who
tries to get around his end.
HEAD COACH Hank Bishop
TOMMY CHEEK T-I90
"Fats" really came through
after the switch from fullback.
JIGGS LITTLE T-I90
"Ginn.. Ginn.... Jiggs will
be back next year to clobber
them again on 2-6 trap.
CHARLIE CARROLL QB-170
Had tough luck this year with
injuries. He'll be back next year,
and he'll go great guns.
Of this you can be sure.
CECIL GUINN Punting Specialist-I65
Cecil turned in a good job this
year. Although Ketterlinus seems
to stick in our minds.
HANK BUCKHANNAN C-I55
Really shined against the boys
from Gainesville High. And He'll
be back next year for more of the
BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Cheek, Alday, Smith, R., Johns, T., Beasley, Smith, I. TOP ROW: Fulagar, Gant,
Little, Mullett, Saunders, Olinger. NOT PICTURED: Black, Howell, Raulerson.
BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO
RIGHT: Larson, Robinson,
Blitch, Harrington. TOP
ROW: Salt, Guinn, Buck-
hannan, Carroll, Johns, Ed.
Ed Johns, Phil Larson,
THE SENIORS OF 1954
FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: John Mullett, E. Buddy
Alday, G. Richard Smith, C. Tommy Johns, G. Middle,
Phil Larson, QB. BACK ROW: Edwin Johns, FB. Riley
Blitch, HB, Tommy Salt, HB.
Johns is forced out of bounds after long gain in Starke game
TIE FOUR HORSEMEN
Riley Blitch, Edwin Johns, Tommy Salt, Phil Larson
Larson is stopped just short of goal line in Ocala game
B-ROW: Larea Zimmerman, Katy
Constans, Sally Bingham, Barbara
Brasington, Lexyne Clyatt. F-ROW:
Marcia Dailey, Sandra Howell, Cay
Murphree, Carolyn Dyal.
B-ROW: Eva Hill, Elinor and Elaine
Sheffield, Josephine Gilbreath. M-
ROW: Pat Powers, Ruth Ann Dros-
doff, Pennie Thomas, Jane Bingham.
F-ROW: Nancy Wallace, Sandra
Orton, Lynn Williams,
B-ROW: Louisa Bohannon, Sandra
Vel Dink, Ann.Scudder, Joan Ful-
legar, Mari Bingham. F-ROW:
Sarah Orton, Barbara Stanley, Diane
Webb, Mary Gracy, Diane Hines.
B-ROW: Carolyn Dyal, Elaine and Elinor Sheffield, Lynn Williams,
Sally Bingham, Sandra Orton, Cay Murphree. M-ROW: Larea Zim-
merman, Joan Fullegar, Mari Bingham, Nancy Wallace, Pat Powers,
Ann Scudder, Sandra Winston, Jane Bingham. F-ROW: Jenny Davis,
Sarah Orton, Diane Webb, Barbara Stanley, Diane Hines, Sandra
Vel Iirik, Mary Gracy, Penny Thomas.
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Good meal huh? ------
Coach Wit 'cracked a funny
Head table----Coach Fuller Guest Speaker
At the "Hub"----it was greatl-----
ENTIRE CAST: Pat Halverson as Miss Irene Burgess, Phyllis Lagasse as Lorry Fuller, Sally Bingham as Nancy Leveridge,
Lexyne Clyatt as Miss Carolyn Moran, Sandra Howell as Miss Rivers, Dorothy Douglas as Elsie Hunter, Sarah Belle Arnett
as Sylvia Moore, Peggy Watson as Janet Young, Elizabeth Dell as Joan White, Margaret Reitz as Kyle Roberts, Putnam
Crabtree as Mr. Norman Carter, Tommy Salt as Andy Fulbright, Richard Smith as Victor Guthrie, Phil Larson as Milt
Sanders, Roger Foote as Buck O'Hara, Riley Blitch as Tony Peterson, Jay Fountain as Mr. Leveridge, Barbara Guiteras as
Director, Dave Peterson
Student Director, Barbara Guiteras
Stage Manager, Mary Specht
The Hardworking Crew
BEST FIGUREAND PHYSIQUE
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Norma lean Sherouse
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