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P. K. YONGE LABORATORY SCHOOL
U~iiERSITY OF FLORID
AillESVILLE, F LOl1 A
ASST. EDITOR .
CARO YN "' L"-
.SALLY STEWART .
.MARIAN' DAVIS: :
... unique school
The P. K. Yonge Laboratory School of Gainesville, Florida
is a unique school for elementary and secondary learning.
This school was builtwith funds appropriated by the legisla-
ture in 1932. The purpose of the school is to provide facili-
ties for observation and learning for prospective teachers in
the College of Education at the University of Florida. The
object was the development of happy, wholesome individuals
capable of living together in a democratic society. P. K.
Yonge was completed and the doors opened in September,
1934 bearing the name of a famous educator. At P. K. Yonge
modern methods of teaching are explored and put into practice
using the core-curriculum. P. K. Yonge is similar to other
schools in that its program includes a variety of enriching
experiences; included are band, chorus, and orchestra pro-
grams, art shows, dramatic productions, service clubs,
field trips, class parties, visual aids, counseling and guid-
ance, community projects and activities, student govern-
ment, honor system, sport activities for boys and girls, in-
terscholastic football, basketball, track, and baseball.
Subjects are available in history, literature, math, science,
political problems, business, music, art, language and in-
dustrial classes. Due to the smallenrollment of the classes
the students are able to develop a strong student-teacher
relationship which enables them to develop their capacities.
In 1934 the student enrollment kindergarten through twelfth
grade was four-hundred and twenty-six, with a faculty con-
sisting of twenty-seven members. In 1956 the enrollment of
students kindergarten through twelfth grade is five hundred
and the faculty consists of thirty-four members. The first
graduating class consisted of twenty-six members. June 8,
1956, fifty-one seniors were graduated from P. K. Yonge.
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Fiftl Grade 6 Eighth Grade
MRS. WATKINS MRS. DIGGS
Eleventh Grade Eleventh Grade
MR. BASHAW MISS MORGAN
LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Parrish, Miss Cargo,
Twelfth Grade Twelfth Grade
MR. McINTEE DR. HILL
Carolyn Kelly, Cecil Guinn, Sandra Hollis, Hank Buckhannan
LEFT TO RIGHT: Janice Robertson, Gay Rice, Barbara Brasington, Gail
Woods. SEATED: Mrs. Buckhannan.
MISS DAVIS MRS. GRUMAN
MR. ADAMS MISS FACETT
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Our teacher, new classmates, stories and rest periods are some of the
wonderful things we remember about Kindergarten.
how many times
Now that we're going to school all day we started eating in the lunch room.
We plainly remember the lines we had to form and stand in; cleaning our
plates, and eating beside our interns.
We have more homework now. We're -learning about geography and Spanish,
those funny sounding words like, buenas dias, como que, that we tried to say
we've raced up
and skinned our
Our last year of elementary. We have learned many things these past six
years, and now we're ready for Junior High.
CLASS OF '61
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Francis Peterson, Margaret Reynolds, Pat Sneeringer, Jane Johnston, Ann
Arnow, Willis Harrison, Harry Squires, Archie Streit, Elma Henderson. SECOND ROW: .Elizabeth Quails,
Larry Mims, Sandy Smith, Marilyn Little, Nedra Johnson, Pat Wing, Gene Tedder, Larry Marschal,
Marion Stalnaker, Frances Zipperer, Teddy Sharp, Miss Calhoun. THIRD ROW: Linda Gertner, Carolyn
Thomas, Marquerite McMillan, Bob Davis, David Decker, Steve McVoy, Charles Cate, Ward Peck,
Ralph Kephart, Carolyn Brannon.
. Marion Stalnaker
. .. Ann Arnow
. Elizabeth Quails
. Linda Gertner
CLASS OF '60
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Ronnie Chappell, Jimmy Mattair, Charles Layfield, Sammy Davis, Barbara
Stanley, Diane Webb, Louise Hack, Nancy Hord, Becky Schweyer, Mary Gracy. SECOND ROW: Pixie
Bartlett, Tena Bledsoe, David Wiles, Larry Rowlison, Bob Stripling, Michael Gracy, John Kirkpatrick,
Burrae Eggert, Diana Batey, Louisa Bohannon, Mrs. Diggs. THIRD ROW: Bobby Mounts, Josephine Johnson,
Peter Combs, Sandra Veldink, Lanny Lastinger, Diane Hines, Billy Kessler, Carol Steckert, Jill Griffin,
President. . .Sandra Vel Dink
Vice-President . .. Lanny Lastinger
Secretary. .. . Barbara Stanley
Treasurer . .. Burrae Eggert
CLASS OF '59
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Charles Burch, Lee Richardson, Bobby Anchors, Dick Orton, Patsy Donaldson,
Woodine Browning, Buddy Burch, Bill Watson, Jeanette Graham. SECOND ROW: Dagne Servin, Mary Ann
Harrell, James Morgan, Bobby White, Sidney Cherry, George Higgins, Billy Hore, Mari Bingham, Helen
Zipperer, Mr. Land. THIRD ROW: Glenn Decker, Richard Schellings, Jane Moore, Fran Douglas, Karen
Wunderlich, Jeanne Thompson, Sonja Trimm, Sara Lynn Alday, Kippy Storer, Alpha McQuinney. NOT
PICTURED: Virginia Davis.
President . .
Secretary . .
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Treasurer . .. Glenn Decker
CLASS OF '59
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Mary Haviland, Jennie Canfield, Bess Carver, Irene DaVault, Sandra
Winston, Ann Scudder, Juanita Higgins, Peter Reynolds, Curt Peterson. SECOND ROW: Bobby Mc-
Namara, Peggy Hunt, Jackie Spache, Stewart Meyer, Tommy Kenington, Sam Wilson, Elmer Harris,
Denver Stephens, Miss Fohl. THIRD ROW: Paul Mattox, Charlotte Ford, Ann Perry, Susan Lewis,
Joan Fullagar, Shannon Ginn, Eddie Davis, Barbara Green, Donald Gaskin. NOT PICTURED: Richard
Hannah, Gloria Beck.
OFFICERS m l
President . ..... .. Mari Bingham
Vice-President . . Bess Carver
Secretary .. . Charlotte Ford
Treasurer . . Jackie Spache i k
CLASS OF '58
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Tedo Griffin, Pat Bledsoe, Pat Cathercole, Annette Harp, Sally Ehrmann,
Milne Hendricks, Gayle Veldink. SECOND ROW: Mr. Pate, Milledge Murphey, Dale Brower, Eva Hill,
Maxine Hines, Clarence O'Neill, Helen Bell Jones, Christin Stampfli, Mr. Hannum. THIRD ROW: Elinor
Sheffield, Jimmy Trimm, Wayne Strother, Donald Dunn, Nelson Mathis, Helen Brogdon, Sharon Williams,
Byerly Eutsler, Ray Hannah. NOT PICTURED: Gracia Campbell, Juddy Wood, Louise Crown, Gwen Mor-
rison, Sharon Hannum, Lucienne Pirenian.
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LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Ferris Holbrook, Terry White, Charles Sauls, Buck Griffis, Louie Echols,
Bruce Gibbs, Sammy Kates, Mary Hester. SECOND ROW: Kay Baldwin, Barbara Marschal, Gail Bronson,
Anne Holder, Pat Powers, Nancy Wallace, Sherri Bostain, Lee Ann Black, Rosemary Francis, Terry Sneer-
inger, Martha Anne Entrekin. THIRD ROW: Mr. Frymier, Elaine Sheffield, Earl Crown, Frank Sadler,
Robert Fichter, Stan Livengood, George Hack, Tony Swilley, Wicky Bostick, Mernet Larson. NOT PIC-
TURED: Mary Ann Moore, Elliott Owens.
Sergeant at Arms .
S. Lenwood Kitchens
. .Tony Swilley
. Sally Ehrmann
. Gracia Campbell
. Wicky Bostick
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Richard Winsor, Buddy Wise, Wesley Weaver, Tommy Morgan, John Kates,
Bobby Bowman, Rudy Gertner, Bob Griffin. SECOND ROW: Mr. Bashaw, Josephine Gilbreath, Carol Combs,
George Kirkpatrick, Eunice Beck, Larry Gracy, Grady Stephens, Jane Bingham, Susan Hayley, Mary Keith
Alday, Margaret Sparkman. THIRD ROW: Robert Burch, Fred Wimberly, Frank Young, John Sella, Terry
Davidson, John Cherry, Lynn Williams, Sandra Orton, Annabeth Schofield. NOT PICTURED: Ruthanna
Davis, Randy Norton, Penny Thomas.
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Diane Kidd, Charleen Fristoe, Sally Woodworth, Sandra Henderson, Dee
Ann Mims, Becky Holmes, Rollene Fulghum, Nadene Brogdon. SECOND ROW: Miss Morgan, Gwen Ford,
Donald Winsor, Gray Lewis, Tommy Canfield, James Hord, Cliff Beasley, Martha Harrell, Marian Hines.
THIRD ROW: Billy Cake, Frank Mullis, Badger Moring, Lee Howell, Ira Smith, John Peck, John Wilson,
John Pierson, Gordon Blitch. NOT PICTURED: Karen Carson, Mary Ellen Davis, Luana Angle, James
Gant, Travis Strother.
. ... James Hord
. .. George Kirkpatrick
Secretary. . .
Sergeant at Arms
. . John Peck
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Marcia Dailey,
Gay Rice, Janice Robertson, Barbara Helzel,
Lee Ann Elliott, Carol Combs, Rollene Fulghum.
SECOND ROW: Sandra Henderson, Dee Ann
Mims, Marilyn Batey, Gail Woods, Kent Hale,
Carol Cooper, Barbara Cake, Sally Stewart.
THIRD ROW: Jane Bingham, Gwen Ford, Penny
Thomas, Ruth Wilcox, Josephine Leps, Ann
Baringer, Tommy Cheek, RuddyGermer, Gor-
don Blitch. FOURTH ROW: Gray Lewis, Barb-
ara Brasington, Diane Snead, Paul Fullagar,
Anne Savage, Larry Saunders, Mrs. Ingle.
FIFTH ROW: Grady Stephens, John Selle,
Charles Carroll, Cecil Guinn, Burt Black, Jiggs
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: Sec-
retary, Marcia Dailey; Treasurer, Barbara Cake;
President, Charles Carroll; Vice-President, Lee
SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: Sec-
retary, Rollene Fulghum; President, Gordon Blitch;
20 Treasurer, Sandra Henderson; Vice-President, Ruddy
FRONT ROW: Glenn Decker, Steve McVoy, Marilyn Little, Marion Stalnaker, Ann Scudder, Karen Wund-
erlich, Rudy Gertner, Clarence O'Neill, Sandra Henderson, Mary Gracy, Karen Carson, Sally Ehrmann,
Sandra Vel Dink, Miss Fohl, Sponsor. BACK ROW: Buddy Burch, Louie Echols, Hank Buckhannan, Thomas
Canfield, Burt Black, Stan Livengood, Charles Carroll, Cecil Guinn, Cliff Beasley, Robert Fichter, Carolyn
Kelley, Sally Stewart.
F. A. S. C. CONVENTION
COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN FOR THE CONVENTION:
FRONT ROW: Josephine Leps, Publicity; Sandra
Henderson, Secretarial; Gail Woods, Karen Carson,
Housing; BACK ROW: Miss Ruth Fohl, Sponsor;
Paul Fullagar, President; Burt Black, Gordon Blitch,
After months of preparation and hard work the big week came!
... P.K.Y. was host to the State Student Council Convention ... More
schools attended our convention than any other in F.A.S.C. history...
95 schools and 400 delegates and sponsors present.. We got help from
the whole town ... G.H.S., University, merchants, and especially our
own student body ... Everyone did a swell job Heard nothing but
compliments about Convention ... "best ever" ... "really got something
out of it" ... "learned a lot and had fun too" ... it was hard work but
well worth it ... everyone may be proud of a job well done!
Miss Babb Miss Fohl
SPONSOR Sandra Henderson SPONSOR
F. A. S.C. SECRETARY
Banquet Friday Night
F. A. S. C. CONVENTION HIGHLIGHTS
Semi-formal Dance Friday Night
Michael Gracy, Harry Evans, Bill Watson, Juddy Woods, Mr. McEntee, Bobby Bowman (not pictured: Jiggs Little)
W. J. McEntee
The Honor Court System at P.K. is
based on the theory that the students can
better judge themselves. Cases are brought
before the court and individuals are tried
before a jury made up of elected represen-
tatives from each class. The Honor Court
works to help the student rather than punish-
ing them for their wrong-doings.
PLANNING was always
an important item on _. r
our meeting agendas.
Here, looking over
some layout designs
are: BARBARA CAKE,
DAVIS, Annual Spon-
and SALLY STEWART,
MR. MORRIS, repre-
sentative from Myers
Co. often sat in on
our buzz sessions to ,
listen to our ideas and
OUR SENIOR STAFF INCLUDED: (LEFT TO RIGHT): Larry Saunders, CLUBS; Harry Evans,
PHOTOGRAPHY. SEATED AT TABLE: Ann Baringer, CLASSES; Tommy Cheek, BOYS'
SPORTS; Gay Rice, COPY. THIRD ROW: Leeanne Elliott, WILL AND PROPHECY; Diane
Snead, COPY; Richard Crozier, ASST. CLUBS; Josephine Leps, ART; Carol Cooper,
FEATURES; Anne Savage, GIRLS' SPORTS; Janice Robertson, SNAPSHOTS; Fred Olinger,
ASST. PHOTOGRAPHY; and Kent Hale, SENIOR CLASS.
JUNIORS AND SOPHOMORES who worked with us this year are (LEFT TO RIGHT): Elaine Sheffield,
Sandra Henderson, Carol Combs, Nadene Brogdon, Gordon Blitch, Rollene Fulghum, and Clifford
Beasley. NOT PICTURED: Robert Ficter, Randy Norton, and Frank Young.
Barbara, Gene, and Sally, along with a host
of others, worked long and hard in the booth
during football and basketball season.
This was a valuable lesson to us for we learned
co-operation, responsibility, and how to open
two Cokes with one hand. (And remember
S that freezing cold night when we ran out of
Kent, Diane, Gay, and Janice listen to Miss Davis explaining
the advantages of a hard cover during one of our pre planning
meetings in the auditorium.
Most of our meetings were held in the art room on Wednesday
nights from seven 'til nine. We also met once a week during
school, thanks to our understanding core teachers
TRUNK, BOTTOM TO TOP: Tommy Cheek, Rudy Germer, Billy Robinson,
Clarence O'Neill, Buddy Wise, John Peck. CIRCLE, LEFT TO RIGHT:
Tommy Canfield, Gordon Blitch, Cliff Beasley, Aden Sowell, Cecil Guinn,
Sponsor, Warren Land, Charles Carroll, John Cherry, Burt Black, Jiggs Little,
Grady Stephens, Frank Young, Louie Echols. TOP ROW: Juddy Woods, Paul
Fullagar. BOTTOM ROW: John Brannon, Hank Buckhannan.
ABOVE: First semester officers.
Burt Black, President; Jiggs
Little, Secretary; Paul Fullagar,
ABOVE RIGHT: A meeting of the
RIGHT: Second semester officers.
Randy Norton, Treasurer; Rudy
Gertner, Vice President; Clarence
O'Neill, Secretary; Cliff Beasley,
BELOW RIGHT: Helping to promote
safety at school.
BELOW: One of the many services
of the club.
Lee Anne, Carol, and Josephine leading the
Keyettes in vesper service at the informal
HEAD TABLE AT THE FORMAL INITIATION.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Babb, Faculty Sponsor;
Dr. W.E. Murphee, Kiwanis sponsor; Diane
Snead, President; Mr. E.A. Davis, P.K.
SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS, LEFT
TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Rollene Ful-
ghum, Chaplain; Gay Rice, President;
Josephine Leps, Historian; Penny
Thomas, Secretary; Jane Bingham,
Vice-President. MISSING: Marcia
KEYETTE SEXTETTE SINGING FOR HI-TIDE, LEFT
TO RIGHT: Gay Rice, Rollene Fulghum, Ann Holder,
Nancy Wallace, Helen Bell Jones, and Karen Carson.
ACROSS, LEFT TO RIGHT: Kent Hale, Sandra Henderson,
Ann Holder, Helen Bell Jones, Mernet Larson, Josephine
Leps, Dee Ann Mims, Anne Savage. VERTICAL, BOTTOM
TO TOP: Sally Stewart, Penny Thomas, Nancy Wallace.
Girls Service Club..sponsored
by Kiwanis..informal initiation
of Brasington's lake place...
impressive formal initiation
held at Hotel Thomas, Mr.
Davis & Kiwanis sponsors guest
..assisted with T. B. drive...
book drive for impoverished
libraries...worked with Y-club
on a school calendar and full
length mirror for girls gym...
Diane, Dee Ann, Gay, & Marcia
attended state Keyette conven-
tion in DeLand..Dee Ann state
historian went Christmas car-
oling with Key club, party at
churches in a body..sold direc-
tories..gave annual Valentine
Party for Farm Colony..seniors
eat with Kiwanis...Diane, Kent,
Anne attend Kiwanis Ladies
Night..sold class pins..helped
with community chest drive
and gave dance with PKY Key
Club and GHS Key Club & Key-
ettes for the heart fund...had
a square dance booth at the
May Festival...rewrote our
constitution.. Kiwanis sponsors
Dr. Hale, Dr. Murphee, Mr.
Wallace..faculty sponsor Miss
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW:
Gay Rice, Secretary; Miss Babb, Sponsor; Marcia Dailey,
Chaplain. SECOND ROW: Penny Thomas, Historian; Carol
Cooper, Treasurer; Diane Snead, President; Kent Hale,
Kelly, Carolyn, Ist Semester
Woods, Gail, 2nd Semester
Henderson, Sandra, Ist Semester
Sparkman, Margaret, 2nd Semester
Stewart, Sally, ist Semester
Fulghum, Rollene, 2nd Semester
Anne Savage, 1st
Robertson, Janice, Ist Semester
Sergeant at Arms
Orton, Sandra, 2nd Semester
Sergeant at Arms
Ruth Wilcox, 2nd Semester
Real crazy informal initia-
tion at Sandra's...Dee Anne's scene
of very impressive formal initia-
tion...Sold football programs. In and
Out sponsored game schedules...
Joint mirror project with Keyettes
...Big turn out at intramurals...
Volleyball and basketball with G.H.S.
...More fun at those slumber (?)
parties...Very successful year!
f l Dailey, Marcia
Mims, Dee Anne
PRESIDENT, Carol Cooper
Lynn Ten Eyck*
Lee Anne Elliott
Dee Ann Mimrs*
Helen Bell Jones
"Dr. Jekyll and
SCIENCE SEMINAR SOCIETY
LEFT: Mr. Krebs watches Ferris Holbrook
and Mernet Larson distill water for use in
RIGHT: Carol Combs explains her project
on crystallization to interested SSS mem-
bers, Robert Fichter and Arthur Green.
LEFT: Jiggs Little tests his working
model of a Van de Graff generator.
Mr. Krebs is an interested observer.
SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ann Scudder, Karen Wunderlich, Mrs. Gruman, Carol Combs, Sally Stewart,
Karen Carson, Elinor Sheffield, Helen Jones, Lucienne Pirenian, Kay Baldwin, Nancy Wallace, Pat Bledsoe.
STANDING: Sally Erhmann, Bill Watson, Clarence O'Neill, Sam Wilson, Frank Sadler, Sidney Cherry, Bob
Fichter, Louie Echols, Byerly Eutsler, and Gayle Vel Dink.
SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS
President ... ... Dee Ann Mims
Veep . Josephine Gilbreath
Secretary . Sandra Orton
LATIN CLUB OFFICERS
. Louie Ech6ls, Bob Fichter
SClarence O'Neill, Nancy Wallace
. Kay Baldwin, Pat Bledsoe
SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Diane Kidd, Dick Orton, Glenn Decker, Shannon Ginn, and Lee Ann Black.
STANDING: Mrs. Gruman, Josephine Gilbreath, Martha Harrell, Sandra Orton, Dee Ann Mims, Jane
Bingham, Rosemary Francis.
FLUTES: Anne Holder, Karen Carson, Jane Moore... OBOE: Dee
Ann Mims... BASSOON: Helen Bell Jones... CLARINETS: Lynn
Ten Eyck, Nadine Brogdon, Lynn Williams, Virginia Davis, Helen
Zipperer... BASS CLARINET: Sonja Trimm... ALTO SAXOPHONE:
Anne Savage.. CORNETS: Stanly Livengood, Billy Robinson, George
Hack, Jimmy Allen, Tommy Kennington, Denver Stephens, Bobby
McNamara... FRENCH HORNS: Harry Evans, Gracia Baer...
TROMBONES: Bobby Bowman, Arthur Green, Mari Bingham...
BARITONE: Pat Powers... BASSES: Billy Cake, Curtis Peterson
... PERCUSSION: Donald Dunn, Buck Griffis, Buddy Burch, Fred
Wimberly... TYMPANI: Barbara Cake... BELLS: Irene DeVault...
Feet hurt? ?
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BAND MASTER .. EDWARD TARRATUS
OFFICERS: Band Captain
Lynn Ten Eyck
Karen Carson, Barbara Cake, Anne Savage, Lynn Williams, Anne Holder
1955 season a big success...
started practice in the sum-
mer before school...wearing
boots every practice...l, 2,
3, 4, kick...whip, American
Legion, butterfly, criss cross,
around, over... those wild
Swanee High Majorettes...
playing instrument in stands..
we can't strut enough...lighted
batons to Blue Moon...bop to
Tweedle Dee...ballet in Rhap-
sody In Blue...that cold, cold
Gator Growl...Karen almost
getting kicked off...acrobatic
star Lynn...practice toll five
today...tryouts in the spring...
contest...don't forget your hat
Annie...Cookie and Anne leav-
ing us this year................
Tommy, why such an
Studying hard Sally?
Relax awhile Senior
style, Marcia and
Tommy and Grady working
on a Key Club project.
Two pretty seniors
resting their weary
Time out for a chat. eet.
Hurrying home to study?
Walking the longest mile.
Seniors and friends celebrating graduation time.
P. K. YONGE SENIOR CHORUS
The Senior Chorus, with a membership of 107 and under the
direction of Mr. Perry Adams, had a very active season. It per-
formed for three P-TA meetings, presented three assemblies to the
school, presented programs to two neighboring schools, Alachua
High and Palatka Senior High, and made a trip to Daytona Beach to
give a program in the Beach Band Shell. In addition, the chorus
presented a major operetta, "Masquerade in Vienna" which was an
adaptation of Strauss'""Die Fledermaus", and with the other school
music groups, participated in the Spring Music Festival. The tradi-
tional Christmas Concert was offered in December in conjunction
with the Blue Wave Band. Several members represented the chorus
in the District V Vocal Clinic and seven members of the chorus were
selected for the All-State Chorus in Tampa. Two additional mem-
bers were chosen to represent the school in the Experimental Chorus
at the same time. At least one public appearance each month was
made by the chorus or by groups from the chorus.
Over one hundred different songs were sung during the year--
ranging from popular selections to Brahms, and in keeping with the
varied activities of the chorus.
Accompanists for the year were Anne Savage and Jane Bing-
ham. Janice Robertson held the office of president; Cliff Beasley,
vice-president; and Mary Ann Moore, secretary.
After the Senior
Play at Lynn's.
"Chromedome's Crisis" the
Junior Class at Hi Tide.
Eighth grade whoops it up, tool
Here comes the band truck,
decorations galore I
rah rah rah, rah, rah r
rah rah rah, rah, rah
rah rah rah, rah, rah
Sara Lynn Alday, Charlotte Ford, Dagne Servin, Diane Webb, Fran Douglas, Sandra Veldink
In the library...
Caesar and Cleo
just EUnice and Gray,
Looks like Gene just
swallowed a grapefruit
BILL ROBINSON HB 145
"Peahead" was the boy who
didn't have the word "quit"
in his vocabulary.
TOMMY CHEEK FB 185
Tom "the bomb" lead the team
in yds., total points, and tackles.
He received Honorable All-State
team and a scholarship to Tenn.
HANK BUCKHANNAN E 155
"Henry" was the boy who did
our punting. Knocking down
the opponents secondary was
LEE HOWELL T 175
Worked hard at his position.
Moved some big boys.
CHARLIE CARROLL QB 190
"Blue" was a fine QB and a
standout with his passing
PAUL FULLAGAR T 185
"Herf" lead the team in
opponents fumbles recovered.
Held down the center of
the line on defense.
BILLY SAWYER FB 145
One of the starting line
backers. Light but plenty
fast and powerful.
CLIFF BEASLEY G 190
Cliff had a hard time get-
ting started this season but
he ended up with a terrific
game in Live Oak.
BURT BLACK E 155
Lead the team in yds.
picked up on pass receiv-
ing. Remember Ketterlinus,
3 TDs. Tri-captain
JIGGS LITTLE G 195
"Ginn-Ginn" was the fifth
man in the Madison back
field. He worked hard all
IRA SMITH C I65
Kick-off specialist, offen-
sive center and part time
end. All round a good
LENWOOD KITCHENS HB 150
Ran from the tail back position
on the single wing. Great asset
to the team.
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The 1955 football season
found the P.K. Yonge Blue Wave
heavily outmanned, but not al-
ways outplayed or outscored.
The Blue and White were
led by eleven seniors; support-
ed by a fine group of underclass-
Opening with a 14-0 vic-
tory over Brooksville the season
looked prosperous, but the next
six games found the Yongesters
unable to outplay their stronger
opponents. Breaking their losing
streak the Blue Waves defeated
Madison 25-13. Ending a hard
fought season the Blue Waves
lost to a strong Live Oak team,
Charles Caroll, John Selle, John Cherry, Ira Smith, Terry Davidson,
Thomas Canfield, Hank Buckhannan, Clifford Beasley, George Kirk-
patric, Gray Lewis.
And all is quiet
Let's have the good word
BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Dikes, Sam Wilson, Bill Home, Giady Stephens,
Tommy Cheek, Sidney Cherry, Stan Livengood, John Selle, John Peck, Cliff Beasley,
Bob Bowman, Frank Sadler, and Bob Fichter. FRONT ROW: Buddy Wise, Louis Echols,
Wicky Bostick, Rudy Gertner, Byerly Eutlser, Buddy Burch, Billy Sawyer, Gene
Wester, George Kirkpatrick, Gordon Blitch, Juddy Woods, and John Wilson.
Up and Over
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BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Bashaw, Cecil Guinn, John Cherry, Ira Smith,
Charles Carroll, Hank Buckhannan, Elliott Owens, Denver Stephens. FRONT ROW:
Bill Watson, Tony Swilley, Jimmy Gant, Billy Robinson, Earl Crown, John Kates,
Terry White, Manager Lanny Lastinger.
A home runil ?
Who is it??
LEFT TO RIGHT: Jill Griffin, Diane Webb, Sarah Lynn Alday, Sandra
Valdink, Sherree Bostain, Anne Savage, Virginia Davis, Nedra Johnson.
Winner of the intramural tournament....
What ,cha see Susan?
Eagerly awaiting the results of the tourney.
-" e Rolnans
.rea' 0 a t
those oCl bs
Ann and Anne, majorettes!
Sandra and Ann, near
poicin e hlsElec
t e. on the
SJoan and Sandra
Leeanne and Joan
Gwen Ford, Roberta Luther
Lee Anne Elliott
Betty Lou Hawkins
Leeanne and Joan
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Barbara Cake .
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Head Table Homecoming Breakfast LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs.
Whittington, Miss Dalshimer, Sandra Henderson, James
Hord, Mrs. Davis, Mr. Davis, (not pictured) Coach Whit-
Team Sponsors, LEFT TO
RIGHT: Ioth grade--Mary
Ann Moore, Ilth grade
Sandra Henderson, 12th
Royalty in the Parade, LEFT TO RIGHT:
Penny Pierson, Queen--Janice Robertson,
King--Billy Robinson, Gay Rice.
Cheerleaders in the Parade LEFT
TO RIGHT: Margaret Sparkman,
Gail Woods, Becky Holmes,
Royalty in the Parade, Prince Clifford
Beasley, Princess Rolene Fulgram.
I2-B skit "The Book Shop" tied for Ist place Hi-Tide, LEFT
TO RIGHT: Carolyn Kelly, Gene Wester, Kent Hale, John
Brannon, Harrison Forbes, Ann Baringer.
IoB skit "Little Pink Riding
Hood" LEFT TO RIGHT:
Mary Ann Moore, Charles
Sauls, (not pictured) Sammy
Kates, Kay Baldwin.
Master of Ceremonies Hi-Tide,
Homecoming Sponsors and Escorts LEFT
TO RIGHT: Byerly Eustler, Mary Ann
Moore, Sandra Henderson, James Hord,
and Carol Cooper.
Royalty at the Dance LEFT TO RIGHT: Attendant Gay Rice,
Princess Rolene Fulgram, King Billy Robinson, Queen Janice
63 Robertson, Prince Clifford Beasley, Attendant Penny Pierson.
THE SENIOR PLAY
My, what big eyes you have, grandma! Or: Arthur,
Harry and Sandra at rehearsals.
Was one of the Senior Class's
big projects for raising money for the
Washington trip. Presented on March
1 and 2, it netted almost $150 profit.
Don't look now but the plot thickens Gay, Lynn,
Sandra, and Harry at work.
Harry Evans .
Lynn Ten Eyck. .
Arthur Green .
Gerald Hodges .
Carol Cooper .
Gay Rice .
Faye Griffis .
Leeanne Elliott .
Gene Wester .
Richard Crozier. .
Mary Jane McPherson.
Ruth Wilcox .
Jiggs Little .
. Clarence Day, Sr.
. .. Mrs. Day
. Clarence, Jr.
. John Day
. Whitney Day
. . Cora
. .. Mary
. .. Margaret
. .. Maid #I
. Maid #2
. Maid #3
. .. Maggie
. Dr. Humphreys
. Dr. Somers
. Dr. Lloyd
At Carol Cooper's part after the performance.
"SEE YA LATER,
and Bill danciTlg
Woodly~ Eddte. Sjara 1..'I' at Crystal.
Frank Mullis, Faye Griffis, Rosemary Francis,
and John Kates at the Sport's Club Banquet.
The ninth grade presents their skit for
Look's like money's a
laughing matter in the annual staff con-
cession stand I
Hank, John, and Cecil show off for
the "yanks" in Washington.
THE SENIORS POSE IN FRONT OF THE U S. CAPITOL.
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JAMES CALVIN ALLEN "Jimmy"
Entered P. K. Junior year; Band 3,4; Hi Tide 3,4.
ELIZABETH ANN BARINGER "Ann"
Ambition: College and a degree
F. H. A. I; Keyettes 4; Spanish Club 2,3, Spanish Conven-
tion 2; Thespians 3,4, Make up Chairman 4; "Count and
the Coed" crew 3; "Don't Take My Penny" cast 3; Fashion
Show cast I, crew 3,4; Hi Tide cast 3,4; "Bobby Sox Bri-
gade" cast 3; "Night Club" cast 4; State Drama Festival
3,4; Class Editor 4, YONGESTER.
Volleyball I; Track 3; Keyettes 4; Spanish Club I; Thes-
pians 4; "Don't Take My Penny" crew 3; Fashion Show cast
1,4; "Prettiest Girl in Town" cast 3; "Night Club" crew 4.
EMMALYN ALICE BAULT "Emmy"
Ambition: Literary critic or teacher
Latin Club 2; Chorus I; "Don't Take My Penny" crew 3;
Fashion Show I; Hi Tide 2.
BURT THOMAS BLACK "Burtha"
Ambition: To be a success
Class Vice Pres. I; Football 2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,4, Pres.
4; Spanish Club 2,3; Student Council 2,4; Hi Tide 2;
Boys State 3.
JOHN DICKSON BRANNON "Li'l Ray"
Ambition: Electrical Engineer
Entered P. K. Senior year; Football 4; Key Club 4; Hi Tide
BARBARA MARIE BRASINGTON "Babs"
Class Treas. 4; Volleyball 3; F. H.A. I,2; Keyettes 4;
Y Club 4; Spanish Club 2,3, Vice Pres. 3; Fashion Show
I, 4; "Night Club" cast 4; Assistant Business Manager 4,
WILLIAM HENRY BUCKHANNAN III "Hank"
Ambition: To hold 90 % of the shares in General Motors
Football 2,3,4; Basketball 3,4; Track 3; Key Club 2,3,
4; Honor Court 2; Student Council 1,3,4, Student Body
Vice Pres. 3; "Don't Take My Penny" crew 3; Hi Tide 2.
BARBARA ANN CAKE
Ambition: College and marriage
Class Sec. 3,4, Treas. I; Keyettes 2,3,4; Y Club 4; Span-
ish Club 2, 3, Vice Pres. 3, Sec. 2; N. H.S. 3,4; Band I, 2,
3,4, Officer 2,3, 4; Orchestra 2; Chorus 3,4, Septette 4;
Major 2,3,4, Head Major 4; "Count and the Coed" 3; "Don't
Take My Penny" crew 3; Fashion Show I, 4, Chair. 4; Hi
Tide 2,3; Girls State 3; Assistant Editor 4, YONGESTER.
CHARLES BRYSON CARROLL "Blue"
Ambition: To be an Engineer
Class Pres. 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. I; Football 3,4, Tri-cap-
tain 4; Basketball 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,4;
Latin Club 3; N. H. S. 3,4, Pres. 4; Student Council 1,2,
3,4; "Don't Take My Penny" crew 3.
TOM FRANK CHEEK JR. "Bull"
Entered P. K. Soph. year; Class Sgt. of Arms 2; Football 3,
4; Basketball 3; Track 3; Baseball 2,3,4; Key Club 3,4,
Treas. 4; Key Club Con. 3; Science Club 4; Latin Club 2,
3; "Don't Take My Penny" crew 4; Hi Tide 4; M C Junior
Senior Prom 3; Sports Editor 4, YONGESTER.
CAROL HELEN COOPER "Coop"
Ambition: Nurse with MRS degree
Class Sec. I; Volleyball 3; F.H.A. I; Keyettes 3,4, Treas.
4; Thespians 3,4, Pres. 4; "Count and the Coed" crew 3;
"Be Home By Midnight" cast 2; "Don't Take My Penny" cast
3; Fashion Show 1,4; "Bobby Sox Brigade" cast 3, Best Ac-
tress Award 3; Yonge Time 4; Feature Editor 4, YONGESTER.
"Don't Take My Penny" cast 3; Hi Tide 2, 3.
MARCIA ANN DAILEY "Little Marsh"
Class Treas. 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Basketball 2; Softball 2;
F. H.A. I; Keyettes 3,4, Chap. 4; State Keyette Con. 4;
Y Club 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; N.H.S. 3,4, Sec. 4; Cho-
rus 3,4, Cheerleader 4; "Count and the Coed" 3; "Don't
Take My Penny" crew 3; Fashion Show cast 1,4, crew 2,3;
Hi Tide 2, 3; Spanish Con. 2.
Ambition: To reach a secret goal I have set for myself
Entered P. K. Junior year; Glee Club I; Latin Club 2; Cho-
rus 4; Fashion Show I,4.
MARY LEEANNE ELLIOT "Lee Anne"
Ambition: College and a career
Volleyball 2,3; F.H.A. I,2, Sec. I, Vice Pres. 2; Keyettes
2,3,4, Sec. 3; Spanish Club I; N.H.S. 3,4; Chorus 4;
"Don't Take My Penny" crew 3; Fashion Show 1,4; "Prettiest
Girl in Town" cast 3; Class Will and Prophecy Editor 4,
HARRY KENDALL EVANS
Class Treas. 2; Baseball 2,3; Honor Court 3,4, Chancellor
4; Band 1,2,3,4, Assist. Bus. Manager 2, Bus Manager 4;
Orchestra 2,3, 4; "Don't Take My Penny" cast 3; Hi Tide
2,4; Photographer 4, YONGESTER.
CHARLES HARRISON FORBES
h Entered P.K. Junior year; Hi Tide 4.
PAUL DAVID FULLAGAR
Ambition: Happiness and success
Student Body Pres. 4; Class Pres. 3; Vice Pres. 3; Student
Council 2,3,4, District Student Council Con. 4; State Stu-
dent Council Con. 4, General Chair. 4; Football I, 2, 3, 4
Track Sports Day I; Softball Sports Day 1, 2; Volleyball
S Sports Day I; Key Club 2,3,4, Treas. 3, Vice Pres. 3,4,
State Key Club Con. 4; Spanish Club 2,3, Pres. 2,3; "Don't
Take My Penny" cast 3; Hi Tide cast 2,3; Boys State 3.
ARTHUR WILLIARD GREEN
Science Club 4; Band I, 2, 3,4, Librarian 3, Publicity 4;
Chorus 3,4; Orchestra 3,4; "Count and the Coed" crew 3;
L "Don't Take My Penny" cast and crew 3; Hi Tide 2,3,4;
Biology Student Teacher 4.
ETHEL FAYE GRIFFIS "Griff"
Ambition: Fortune and fame in singing
SEntered P. K. Junior year; Softball 3; Band 3; Chorus 3,4,
All State Chorus 4, Hi Tide 3,4.
CECIL PEEK GUINN JR. "Peck"
Ambition: To graduate from Annapolis
Football 3,4; Track 3,4; Baseball 1,3,4; Key Club 2,3,4,
Sec. 3; Latin Club 2; Student Council 1,3,4; Band I;
Orchestra 4; "Don't Take My Penny" cast 4; M C Junior
Senior Prom 3.
EVELYN KENT HALE "Kentie"
Ambition: College and a happy marriage
Volleyball 1, 2; F. H. A. I; Keyettes 2,3,4, Vice Pres. 4,
Sextette Alternate 4; Spanish Club 2,3, Sec. 2; Chorus 4,
Septette 4; National Honor Society 3,4; "Don't Take My
S Penny" crew 3; Fashion Show 1,4, Hi Tide 2,3,4; Senior
S Class Editor 4; YONGESTER.
ROY ALEXANDER HARRINGTON
Chorus I; Hi Tide 2.
BARBARA ANN HELZEL "Barb"
Ambition: To teach horsemanship
Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2,3; F.H.A.
I, 2,3,4; Y Club 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Spanish Week-
end I, 2; Latin Club 2; Chorus 4; Fashion Show cast I, 3;
Hi Tide 2,3,4.
SANDRA LEE HOLLIS "Sandy"
Ambition: Marriage and to become a famous novelist
Spanish Club I; Thespians 3,4;; "Don't Take My Penny"
crew 3; Fashion Show crew I, cast 4; Hi Tide 2,3,4;
"Prettiest Girl In Town" cast 3; "Night Club" cast 4.
CAROLYN ANNE DYAL KELLY "Cad-K"
Ambition: To be a mother of an eleven man football team
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4;
Track 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2; Y Club 2,3,4, Sgt. of Arms
3, Vice Pres. 4; Chorus 3,4; Hi Tide 2,3,4; "Don't Take
My Penny" cast 3; Girls State 3; Assistant Business Editor 3,
Editor 4, YONGESTER.
JOESPHINE LOUISE LEPS "Jo"
Ambition: College degree and happiness
Class Sgt. of Arms 4; Volleyball 2,3; Softball 3; Keyettes
4; Y Club 4; Spanish Club 2,3; "Don't Take My Penny"
crew 3; Fashion Show 1,4; Hi Tide 2,3,4; Yonge Chatter
4; Art Editor 4, YONGESTER.
WINSTON WOODARD LITTLE "Jiggs"
Class Treas. I; Football 3,4; Key Club 3,4, Sec. 4; Sci-
ence Club 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Honor Court 4;
"Don't Take My Penny" crew 3.
ROBERTA JEANNE LUTHER "Berta"
Ambition: Get married, live on a ranch, and raise horses
Entered P.K. Junior year; Chorus 3,4, Septette 4, All State
Chorus 4; "Count and the Coed" 3; "Don't Take My Penny"
crew 3; Fashion Show 4; Hi Tide 3,4.
HARRISON HODGES McDONALD JR.
Ambition: Own my own business
U. F. Sports Car Club 2, 3, 4; "Don't Take My Penny" cast
3; Hi Tide 2; Band 1,2.
SALLYANNA MERCHANT "Sally"
VolleyballI, 1,2,3; Basketball, 1,2,3; Softball 2,4; Track
1,2; Fashion Show cast 1,4; Y Club 2,3,4.
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FREDERICK ALAN LINGER "Fred"
Football 3,4; Basketball 3; Camera Club 4; Science Club
3,4; "Don't Take My Penny" crew 3.
REMBERT W. PATRICK JR. "Pat"
Ambition: Institute of higher learning
PENELOPE RUTH PIERSON "Penny"
Volleyball 1,2; Basketball 2; Softball I,2,3; Track 1,2;
Y Club 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2, Treas. 2; Chorus 3,4,
Septette 4; Cheerleader 4, B-Squad Cheerleader I; "Count
and the Coed" 3; "Don't Take My Penny" cast 3; Hi Tide
ROBERTA GAY RICE "Gay"
Ambition: To be a success
Class Sec. 1,3; F. H.A. I; Keyettes 3,4, Sec. 4, Sextette
4, State Keyette Convention 4; National Honor Society 3,4;
Chorus 1,3, Sec. 3; Cheerleader 4; "Count and the Coed"
3; "Don't Take My Penny" cast 3; Fashion Show 1,3, Chair-
man 3; Hi Tide 2,3,4; Homecoming Court 4, Homecom-
ing Sponsor 3, Copy Editor 4, YONGESTER.
MARY JANICE ROBERTSON "Oscar"
Ambition: To be a voice teacher
Class Sec. I; Y Club 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2; Track 1, 2;
Chorus 3,4, Septette 4; Cheerleader I; "Count and the
Coed" 3; "Don't Take My Penny" cast I; Fashion Show cast
1, 4, crew 2, 3; Hi Tide 2,3, 4; Homecoming Court 3,4;
Yonge Chatter 4; Snapshot Editor 4, YONGESTER.
WILLIAM EDWARD ROBINSON "Pea Head"
Ambition: To have a happy home and to be an Electricial
Football 2,3,4, Tri-captain 4; Track 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4;
Key Club 4; Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 3,4; Chorus 3,4;
"Count and the Coed" 3; Hi Tide 2,3,4; Homecoming King
4, Prince 3.
LARRY LAFAYETTE SAUNDERS
Ambition: C. P.A.
Entered P. K. Sophomore year; F.ootball I, 3,4; Latin Club
2; National Honor Society 3,4; Clubs Editor 4, YONGESTER.
JULIE ANNE SAVAGE "Candy"
Volleyball 2; Basketball 1,2; Softball 2; Track 1,2,3; Key-
ettes 4, Sextette Alternate 4; Y Club 2,3,4; Pres. 4; Chorus
Septette Accompanist 4, Girls Ensemble Accompanist 3;
Chorus Accompanist 2,3,4,, Treas. 3; Band 2,3,4, Publicity
3; National Honor Society 3,4; Majorette 1,2,3,4, Drum
Majorette 4; "Tunes For Teens" 3,4; Sports Editor 4, YON-
WILLIAM LINCOLN SAWYER JR. "Billy"
Ambition: To accomplish the art of Love without flaw
Football 4; Track 3,4; Class Vice Pres. 2; "Don't Take
My Penny" Student Director 3; Hi Tide 2, 3; "Bobby Sox
Brigade" cast 3; Homecoming Sponsor's Escort 3.
JAMES HOUSTUN SENSABAUGH "Jim"
Golf 3,4; Chess Club 1,2,3,4; Chorus 4, Hi Tide 2,3,4,
M C 4; "Don't Take My Penny" cast 3.
DIANE BAILEY SNEAD "Sneadie"
Ambition: To attend Agnes Scott College and live a success-
Keyettes 2,3,4, Chap. 3, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4, State Key-
ette Convention 4; Thespians 3,4; Latin Club 2; Chorus 4,
Septette 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; "Don't Take My
Penny" cast and crew 3; Fashion Show cast I, crew 2,3,4;
Hi Tide 2,3,4; "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" crew 4; "Bobby
Sox Brigade" crew 3; Drama Festival 3,4; Student Council
2, 3, District Convention 4, Florida State Convention 2,4,
Southern Association of Student Councils Convention 4; Copy
Editor 4, YONGESTER.
ADEN KENNETH SOWELL "Aden"
Ambition: To own a boat and motor business
Class Vice Pres. 3,4; Key Club 4; Hi Tide 4.
SARAH NAN STEWART "Sally"
Ambition: To be a core teacher and live abroad
Basketball 2; Softball 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; F.H.A. I;
Keyettes 4; Y Club 2,3,4, Treas. 4; Spanish Club 2;
Thespians 3,4; Latin Club 4; "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde"
cast 4; "Count and the Coed" 3; "Don't Take My Penny"
cast 3; Fashion Show cast i, crew 4; Hi Tide 2; "Prettiest
Girl in Town" cast 3; Business Manager 4, YONGESTER.
THERESA JOAN STROTHER "Joan"
Chorus 4; Fashion Show cast 4.
Chorus 4; Fashion Show cast 4.
LYNN MORROW TENEYCK "Butch"
Ambition: To be an Aeronautical Engineer
Thespians 2, 3,4; Band I, 2, 3, 4, Manager 3, Captain 4;
Orchestra 2, 3,4; Chorus 3; Band Student Teacher 4;
"The Great Allowance Battle" cast 2; "Count and the Coed"
3; "Be Home by Midnight" crew 3; "Don't Take My Penny"
cast 3; Hi Tide 2,3,4.
FRANK HARRELL WEAVER "Frank"
Football I; Chorus I.
Football 1,2,3; Track 3,4; Chorus 4; Hi Tide 3,4.
RUTH LOIS WILCOX
Volleyball I,2; Basketball I, 2; Softball I,2; Track 2;
Y Club 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2.
PATRICIA GAIL WOODS "Weeds"
Basketball 1,2; Softball 3; Track 1,2; F.H.A. I; Y Club
3,4; Spanish Club 2, Sec. 2; Chorus 1,2,3,4, Septette 4;
Student Council 3,4, State Student Council Convention 3, 4;
Cheerleader 3,4, Captain 4; "Count and the Coed" 3;
"Don't Take My Penny" cast 3; Fashion Show I; Hi Tide 2,
3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Homecoming Sponsor 3.
CLASS OF 1956
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MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT
Gail Woods and Tommy Cheek
Barbara Helzel and Hank Buckhannan
Billy Sawyer and Penny Pierson
Ruth Wilcox and Jiggs Little
John Brannon and Faye Griffis
Lynn TenEyck and Anne Savage
BEST ALL ROUND
Lee Anne Elliott and Charles Carroll
Carol Cooper and Aden Sowell
Gay Rice and Jim Sensabaugh
Janice Robertson and Jimmy Allen
BEST FIGURE AND PHYSIQUE
Roberta Luther and Billy Robinson
DONE MOST FOR P. K.
Carolyn Kelly and Paul Fullagar
Sally Stewart and Burt Black
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Diane Snead and Fred Olinger
BOY AND GIRL STATE REPRESENTATIVES
Carolyn Kelly, Barbara Cake, Burt Black,
and Paul Fullagar
WASHINGTON OR BUST
FOR THE SENIORS
With a little less than $65 dollars in
their treasury, the Senior Class decided they
would be the first to take a class trip out of
state. Loaded with ideas on how to raise
money, they started out on a six-month
series of projects that netted over $1200!
ABOVE: Our third car wash held behind the
school. Ruth and Joan wonder if the trip is
really worth all this while Sally looks just
"too pooped to pop. "
The Florida Room was the Seniors' favorite haunt.
You'd find them there nearly every break and
sometimes during core (when "Mac" was in the
minority.) Barbara, Carolyn, Burt, and Paul on
the way back to "the salt mines. "
Roy and Richard "live it up" (on someone
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CLASS OFFICERS who made plans and helped
organize the trip are: LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST
ROW: Lee-Anne Elliott, Secretary; Barbara
Cake, Secretary; Sally Stewart, President;
Barbara Brasington, Treasurer. SECOND ROW:
Billy Robinson, Sergeant at Arms; Tommy
Cheek, Vice-President; Charles Carroll, Presi-
dent; and Aden Sowell, Vice-President.
LEFT: Class meetings were always busy ones,
even after the trip when we made plans for
graduation. (Look's like the front row's at
physics again, huh, Jiggs?)
Paul, Jiggs, Tommy, and Harison
playing poker on the train after we
left Waldo. Lights went out around
Anne, Carolyn, and Barbara are all
dressed up to beat the cold. And was
it cold I
How we toured Williamsburg in
The sea-sick pills Mr. Costa
pushed down us?
How old the buildings were in
How high the waves were at Old
Our guide, Stew, at the Tomb
of the Unknown Soldier?
How Mr. McEntee and Mr. Costa
sang on the train?
How we learned to appreciate
The bob-sled ride at Cinerama?
How noisy we were in the Wash-
How we all slept coming home
on the train?
Roy and Roberta take in the Archives
Building on our way to the Art
Destination: U.S. Capital We saw
it all in a 30 minute tour.
Jiggs, Tommy, and Charles look as
though they enjoyed Cinerama the
night before, but Hank and Cecil
still look a little hazy.
Waiting to tour the mint. Wonder
how we can get our hands on some
o' that green stuff?
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been the tradition
at P. K., the Senior Class
elects four students to make graduation
speeches. This year Cecil Guinn, Anne Savage, and
Class Presidents Charles Carroll and Sally Stewart were selected.
Charles and Sally, along with Lanny Lastinger and Sandra Vel Dink were
also the recipients of the American Legion School Award.
NEVER WILL WE FORGET:. .those
last few days of school. .the day our
caps and gowns arrived. .Baccalau-
reate at Wesley Foundation. .Mr.
Davis, Dr. Hill, and Mr. McEntee at
our Senior Banquet. .rushing down
the aisle to Pomp and Circumstance -
Claude Murphree style. ..grabbing our
diplomas (or rather, our envelopes!)
We had to turn in our robes before we could get
Sally, Kent, and Lynn downing punch at the Florida Union.
Sandra and Emmalyn chatting at the reception.
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