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P. K. YONGE LABORATORY SCHOOL
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
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DEAN J. B. WHITE
Dean, College of Education
DR. T. J. HILL
Principal, P. K. Yonge
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DR. ROBT. B. MEYERS
Director, P. K. Yonge
Anna Belle Devlin
HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY
J. B. Hannum
Ella Stone Francis
Wilbur Hoskins Joseph Huber
Margaret Buckhannan Barbara Dalsheimer
HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY
Sidney Diggs Peggy Jarrett
Bernard Murphy Barbara Nichols
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Junior High School
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Student Council Members, First Row, Left to Right: Glenn Decker, Phil
Jones, Mary Bruce Phillips, Charlotte Ford, "Wheety" McMillan, Sara Lynn
Alday, Gary Richards. Second Row: Louisa Bohannon, Mari Bingham,
Karen Wunderlich, Vicki Soper, Marion Stalnaker, Barbara Johnson,
Ralph Kephart, David Streit. Third Row: Gene Sadler, Jackie Spache, Ricky
Smith, Shannon Ginn, Clayton Mathis, Eddie Tillman, Thaxton Springfield,
Not Pictured: Peggy Adkins, Leon Henderson, Marcia Mase, Jimmy Weber,
Elizabeth Francis, Julie Penrod, Ward Peck, Dagne Servin, Barbara Stan-
ley, Jon Wiles, Paige Pinnel. Sponsors: Mrs. Richards, Mrs. Diggs.
The Student Council Officers for this year
are: Mari Bingham, President; Thaxton
Springfield, Vice President; and Charlotte
Ford, Secretary. Through their leadership
the council has operated most effectively
and it was largely through their efforts
that the school was able to have the
Student Body Handbook.
Honor Court Representatives: Tom Laughon, 10th Grade; Mr. Turner, Advisor; Sara Margaret Deck, 7th &
8th Grades; David Wiles, 11th Grade; Bob Stripling, Chancellor; Bess Carver, 12th Grade; Mary Sterns, 9th
The Honor Court of P. K. Yonge
is a unique organization, being one
$ ^-* 'of the few in the United States.
It strives toward student discipline
by the students with the aid of a
faculty advisor. This year it spon-
sored a speech and essay contest
Front Row, Left to Right: Bubba Newman, Darlene
Dunn, Fran Douglass, Sara Lynn Alday, Nancy Har-
rison, Tena Bledsoe, Carol Weber, Nancy Lee, Pixie
Bartlett, Carol Steckert.
Second Row, Left to Right: Ellen DeYoung, Susan
Lewis, Sandra Winston, Nancy Jo Ginn, Dagne Ser-
vin, Margaret Reynolds, Faye Owens, Glenda Meed,
Third Row, Left to Right: EDITORS, Carolyn Thomas,
Organizations; Iris Brasington, Art; Peter Combs,
Karen Wunderlich, Business Manager; Sam Wilson,
Art; Sue Ballard, Pictures; Burree Eggert, Organi-
zations; Bob Mounts, Boy's Sports; Marguerite Mc-
Millan, Copy; Marion Stalnaker, Copy; Diane Hines,
Sports: Becky Schweyer, Feature.
Back Row, Left to Right: Gloria Beck, Editor-in-Chief;
Miss Davis, Sponsor; Scott McVoy, Assistant Editor.
SARA LYNN ALDAY
NANCY JO GINN
WE WISH TO THANK ALL THOSE WHO HAVE HELPED DURING THE YEAR
One of Our Night Sessions!
Y-Club Members, First Row: Sara Lynn Alday, Fran
Douglas, Nancy Harrison, Charlotte Ford, Helen Zip-
perer, Sandra Winston, Ann Scudder, Virginia Davis,
Karen Wunderlich, Susan Lewis. Second Row: Diane
Hines, Sandra VelDink, Burree Eggert, Barbara Stanley,
Becky Sowyer, Iris Brasington, Carol Steckert, Sara
Orton, Nancy Lee, Tena Bledsoe. Third Row: Nancy Jo
Ginn, Nancy Hord, Sharon Sites, Pixie Bartlett, Linda
Rogers, Elma Henderson, Julie Penrod, Sharon Howell,
Linda Gertner. Back Row: Carolyn Thomas, Marion
Stalnaker, Faye Owens, Nedra Johnson, Pat Sneeringer,
Marjorie Zipperer, Vicki Sober, Marguerite McMillan,
Miss Dalsheimer, Mrs. Yeatts, Sponsors.
King and Queen at Y Club Dance.
Those Y-Club meetings have sure been fun
this year. We've had two initiations, (at
Karen's and Tena's homes), a booth at .the
May Carnival, lots of intramurals, and
LOADS OF GOOD TIMES. Miss Dalsheimer,
anrd Mrs. Yeatts our Sponsors, and our of-
ficers have kept the meetings rolling and
gotten us started on many service projects.
Among these, we've served at the A.C.E.I.
Banquet, a College of Education Dinner,
numbered the new furniture in the school,
and lots of other things. The girls of the
Y-Clubs are those who have earned their
"Y" by participating in Girl's Intramurals.
They promote School Spirit and have twice
Front Row, Left to Right: Fred
Riew, Skipper Coke, Gary Rich-
ards, John Flowers.
Second Row, Left to Right: Dr.
Krebs, Sponsor, Harry Squires,
Pres., Glenn Hass, Sadie Hare, Sec-
retary, Gene Tedder, Butch Smith,
This is an organization for the pro-
motion of interest in Rockets and
They have fired several Rockets,
and have planned several other
Lindley Leighlighter and John Ferris look
on as someone develops a picture!
Left to Right: Dr. Krebs, Pat Clayton, Irmajean Taylor, Leathie
Reed, Lavern Owens. Picture 2: Laverne Owens, Leathie Reed,
Irmajean Taylor, Pat Clayton and Dr. Krebs.
Left to Right, First Row: Glenn Decker, Bill Home, Buddy Burch, Lanny Lastinger, Shannon Ginn, Pierre LeMaire. Sec-
ond Row: Bob MacNamara, Charles Layfield, Larry Rowlison, Ralph Kephart, Jimmy Gilbreath, E. J. Whitley. Third
Row: Don Mullin, Thaxton Springfield, Bob Stripling, John Hudson, Gene Sadler, Ricky Smith, Sidney Cherry and
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The Key Club has had an active year all during 1958-
59. They've had a big dance, elected a Sweetheart, worked
on a project to help clean our "most beauf;ful spot on
campus" Uthe creek) so that it will really be that way,
and put up the school bulletin board. These pictures show
one of their meetings-discussing new projects for the
New P. K. Y.
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KEY CLUB SWEETHEART
Keyette Club Officers: President, Patsy Don-
aldson; Charlotte Ford; Vice President, Louisa
Bohannon; Jackie Spache; Secretary, Sandy
Winston; Gloria Beck; Treasurer, Bess Carver;
Sara Lynn Alday; Historian, Ann Scudder;
Sharon Sites; Chaplain, Dot Parker; Dagne
Keyettes, a girls service organization at P. K.
Yonge for some time, has carried through their an-
nual projects as well as thinking up many new ones
this year The informal and formal initiations
were loads of fun the P. K. Y. Keyettes are
also proud to claim this year's State Keyette Presi-
dent... Dagne Servin.
Left to Right, First Row: Carolyn Brannan, Julie Penrod,
Dee Courtney, Sara Lynn Alday, Sandra VelDink, Ellen
DeYoung, Dorothy Parker. Second Row: Karen Wunderlich,
Darlene Dunn, Gloria Beck, Sandra Winston, Marion Stal-
naker, Sharon Sites, Charlotte Ford. Third Row: Mrs.
Richards-Sponsor, Bess Carver, Patsy Donaldson, Nancy
Jo Ginn, Nancy Hord, Ann Scudder, Virginia Davis. Fourth
Row: Mari Bingham, Jackie Spache, Linda Rogers, Diana
Batey, Louisa Bohannon, Carol Weber. Not Pictured:
Head Table at Formal Initiation: Dean White,
Mrs. Richards, Dr. Hill, Patsy Donaldson, and
Left to Right, First Row: Louise Hack, Nancy Lee, Nancy Harrison,
Margaret Boyles, Elma Henderson. Second Row: Faye Owens, Marjorie
Zipperer, Linda Gertner, Pat Sneeringer, Pixie Bartlett. Third Row: Miss
Gabrielson, Vicky Soper, Nedra Johnson, Polly Clark, Margaret
Reynolds and Irene DaVault. Not pictured: Helen Zipperer.
A new service organization has been
started at P.K. The Anchor Club.
The girls have done many worthy
projects this year as well as having a
wonderful formal initiation given to
them by the Pilot Club their sponsor
S. They're really an asset to P.K.
ANCHOR CLUB OFFICERS
Standing, Left to Right: Nancy Harrison,
President; Pixie Bartlett, Veep. Sitting: Mar-
garet Boyles, Treasurer; and Irene DaVault,
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The Thespians have led an active
season this year . we participated
in the State Drama Festival with a
Production of THE BARRETTS OF WIMPOLE
STREET . Barbara Krueger as Elizabeth
won the "Best Actress" award ... Gloria
Beck, President; Eddie Davis, Veep; Fran
Douglas, Secretary-Treasurer; and Ann Scud-
der, Clerk; with the assis-
tance of Mrs. Diggs did
a very good job . We
*finally had Formal Initiation at the
end of the year and had a very nice
ceremony in the Auditorium .. small
reception afterward in the foyer ....
We helped to initiate the G. H. S.
Thespian troop . brand new this year
.... and we put on skits and acts during
our meetings .... Yes, Troop 1153 has been
active this year and we hope to continue to be even
more in the future .......
Left to Right: Louie Latimer, Eddie Davis, Margaret Boylles, Tessa Orellana, Fran Douglas, Sue Balyeat, Gwenette
Ische. Virginia Davis. Sarah Lane, Elma Henderson, Irene DaVault, Ann Scudder, Tommy Shields, Clintonia Will,
Cynthia Babers. Lying Down: Curt Peterson, Julie Penrod, Peter Combs and Mrs. Diggs. Standing Back: Mari Bingham,
Gloria Beck, and Jackie Spache. Not Pictured: Wheety McMillan, Betsy McMillan, Linda Gertner, Vicki Soper,
Barbara Krueger, Eddie Will, Sonny Saxon.
First Row, Left to Right: Miss Pullan, Sandra VelDink, Pixie Bartlett, Bion Scouten, Tom
Laughon, John Ballard. Second Row: Carol Steckert, Sharon Sites, Carol Weber, Louise
Hack, Marcia Mase. Third Row: Tina Bledsoe, Linda Rogers, Nancy Lee. Fourth Row:
Frances Kirkpatrick, Sadie Hare, Candi Brewer, Dalzell Ginn, Rosemary Johnson, Mary
Beth Voight, Elma Henderson. Fifth Row: Ward Peck, Thaxton Springfield, Sherri Allen,
Nedra Johnson, Pat Sneeringer, Barbara Buns. Sixth Row: Van McCoy, John Hudson, Lanny
First Row, Left to Right: Linda Mitchell, Mary Ann Buswell. Second Row: Ronnie MacNamara,
Joel Gebhart, Jack McMullin, Senor Trujillo. Third Row: Paige Hatfield, Sandra Cooper,
Linda Sullivan, Jimmy Opp, JoNez Love, Ronnie Davis, Mike Kirkpartick, Frank Phillips.
Fourth Row: Jeannie Eaton, Ann Palmer, Martha Blanton, Candy Blake, Jimmy Weber,
First Row: Curt Peterson, Marco Parde Transfered, Peter Reynolds, John LeMaire,
Peter Combs, Harold Clark, Larry Rowlison, Dave Wiles. Back Row: Miss Pullan, E. J.
Whitley, Faye Owens; Dagne Servin, Nancy Jo Ginn, Suzanne Balycat, Margaret
Reynolds, Linda Rogers, Nancy Hord, Bobby Mounts.
SPANISH CLUB II
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First Row: Kippy Storer, Ann Morgan, Ellen DeYoung, Charlotte Ford, Shannon Ginn. Second Row: Gloria
Beck, Nancy Woodruff, Sara Lynn Alday, Arden Streit, Karen Wunderlick, Wheety McMillan.
Center Front: Sara Lynn Alday, Sandra VelDink. First Row: Dot Parker, Tina Bledsoe, Patsy Donaldson, Darlene Dunn,
Sharon Sites, Virginia Davis, Glen Decker, Denver Stevens. Second Row: Karen Wunderlich, Woodine Browning,
Louise Hack, Nancy Jo Ginn, Sue Ballard, Charlotte Ford, Dagne Servin, E. J. Whitley, Mikek Fernandez. Third Row:
Bob Mounts, Irene DaVault, Jackie Spache, Carol Weber, Louisa Bohannon, Helen Zipperer, Bess Carver, Ann Scudder.
Fourth Row: Mari Bingham, Scott McVoy, Bob Stripling, Gene Sadler, Thaxton Springfield, Don Mullin, Linda Rogers,
Officers, First Row: Louisa
Bohannon, Vice President;
Carol Weber, Secretary.
Second Row: Bob Stripling,
President; Thaxton Spring- i
field, Treasurer. UOR mu\T
Members listen to talk
given by Reverend Thaxton
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SARA LYNN ALDAY
Head Cheerleader FRAN DOUGLAS
Kneeling, Left to Right: Jill Penrod, Mary Bruce Phillips, and
Rosemary Johnson. Standing: Marcia Mase, Captain; Jane
Diggs and Ann Deck.
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Kneeling, Left to Right: Arden Streit, manager; Jimmy Weber, Ted Douglas, Mike Kirkpatrick, Mike Hoskins, Phil
Jones, and David Streit, manager. Standing: Mike McGuire, Rick Wieland, Joe Bohannon, Eddie Tilman, Howard
Greer, Curt James and Coach Shumaker.
Left to Right: Darlene Dunn, "Wheety" McMillan, Pat Sneeringer,
Nancy Jo Ginn, "Breezy" Eggert, Nancy Hord, Nedra Johnson, Polly
Clark, Dee Courtney.
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First Row, Left to Right Kneeling: N. Hord, D. Courtney, D. Dunn, N. Johnson, B. Eggert, P. Sneeringer, W. McMillan,
P. Clark, N. J. Ginn. Second Row: T. Bostick, T. Orton, J. Penrod, C. Savage, L. Mitchell, S. Richardson, S. Orion, N.
Dunn, R. Bartlett, F. Reive, T. Windsor, J. Hannon, E. Lewis, Mr. Baggerly. Third Row: H. Squires, V. Soper, C. Lofton,
L. Batts, P. Hatfield, L. Durrance, E. Francis, B. Henderson, G. Hass, K. Haimbach, L. Fullager, J. Twigg, S. Lewis, I.
DaVault. Fourth Row: S. Howell, G. Hurd, H. Hughes, W. Harrison, C. Hale, D. Koru, D. Streit, K. Olson, D. Mullin, M.
Patterson, L. Richardson, C. Brown, D. Decker, D. Stephens, J. Alden, L. Lattimer. Back Row: B. Shmedly, G. Tedder.
First Row, Left to Right: S. Wilkinson, J. Flowers. Second Row: B. Mounts, A. Streit, K. Olson, N. Hord, M. McMillan,
G. Ische, G. Sobczyk, B. Hunter, M. Sterns, E. Henderson. Third Row: V. Davis, S. Sites, D. Mullin, M. Patterson, J.
Penrod, B. Justiss, P. Hatfield, D. Courtney, H. Squires, R. Smith, J. Alden, S. Menge. Fourth Row: M. Zipperer, C.
Thomas, F. Riewe, 1. DaVault, S. Howell, C. Peterson, F. Hindman, S. Allen, M. Dupree, G. Hurd, H. Hughes, B.
Shmedly, V. Soper, Director; Mr. Perry Adams. Not Pictured: S. Lewis, T. Orellana, P. Adkins, M. Gibson, L. Trujillo,
J. Drummond, S. Caldwell.
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First Row, Left to Right: B. Fernandez, L. Larson, P. Donaldson, B. Chanberlin, I. Davault, A. Hinson, T. Wilson, P.
Clayton, D. Parker, M. Johnson, S. Orton, I. Brasington, L. Reed, D. Batey, pianist. Second Row: Mr. Adams, Director;
G. Strother, I. Strother, J. Graham, M. Harrell, C. Newman, J. Eidsness, I. Martin, L. Owens, E. Cobb, C. Geiger,
I. Taylor, B. Green. Third Row: D. Gaskins, B. Anchors, L. English, L. Wilson, L. Richardson, E. Davis, T. Cook, J. Gil-
breath. Fourth Row: L. Marschall, T. Bistick, D. Orton, T. Sheilds, B. Strickland, B. Rowe, J. Morgan, N. Entrikin, A.
McQuinney. GLEE CLUB
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First Row, Left to Right: M. Buswell, J. Stearns, M. Layfield, M. Cake, M. Brower, K. Haimbach, G. Gitteras, L.
Richardson, J. Hannon, B. McMillan. Second Row: V. Holliman, C. Babers, C. Lofton, B. Brunn, C. Hale, A. Schwyer,
H. House, A. Russell, B. Johnson. Third Row: P. McClellan, J. Georgette, M. Hare, T. Lewis, P. Spache, M. Blanton, J,
DeTamble, L. Batts, J. Diggs, R. Carver.
7A-lst, Left to Right-R. Jones,
R. Stearns, T. Stalnaker, B. Lassi-
ter, S. Umholtz, G. Richards. 2-
C. James, C. Rappenecker, J. Flow-
ers, H. Trujillo, S. Hintermister, L.
Goin, S. Block, J. Loftin. 3-R.
Greer, C. Ray, M. Brown, D. Bled-
soe, L. Phillips, B. Nettles, L. Con-
ger, G. Ische. 4-J. Stone, J.
Whiddon, S. Mullis, F. Hoffman,
A. Esry, Y. Booth. Not Pictured:
7 B-lst, Left to Right-B. Rey-
nolds, K. Green, S. Wilkinson, P.
Nickolls, T. Trujillo, T. Newberry,
R. Powers. 2-M. Layfield, C. Hill,
S. Simmons, J. Silk, J. McConnel,
S. Minge, J. Brasington. 3-M.
Chappell, M. Dobson, J. Kalaway,
T. Sterling, R. Hinton, B. Feaster,
H. Diggs. 4-V. Holliman, B. John-
son, P. McClellan, B. Mullin, J.
,' Drummond, J. Russell, L. Eggert,
, 5th-Mr. Ring.
7C-1st, Left to Right-L. Dunn,
D. Sadler, R. Conners, M. Justiss,
R. Waglow, S. Yerry, T. Hansen,
2-R. Thomas, C. Will, B. Kelly,
C. McClane, A. Hardy, C. Prevatt,
3-S. Stallings, H. Meyer, P. Ad-
kins, D. Hord, P. O'Neal, G. Hark-
ness, J. Farris. 4-S. Caldwell, C.
Holmes, B. McMillan, J. Dupree, L.
Trujillo, S. Martin, 5-T. Orellana,
L. Eggert, C. Babers, Mr. Murphy.
8A Core: 1st Row-McMahon, Hen-
derson, Caldwell, Bartlett, Ken-
nard, Stearns, Taylor, 2nd-Dein-
zer, Calhoun, Penrod, Cook, Deck,
Fernandez, 3rd-Dunn, Strickland,
Carver, Russell, Haimbach, 4th-
Shirley, Gracey, Brown, Batts, Mul-
lis, Newman, 5th-Koru, Kuyken-
8B Core: 1st Row-Michael, Coke,
Gaitanis, Fordyce, Douglas, Nach-
Iriel, 2nd-Patterson, M c C o y,
Thompson, Hindman, Cake, 3rd-
Hare, Smith, Hoskins, Lewis, Han-
non, Beard, 4th-Johnson, Bell,
Sawyer, Winham, Brown, Richard-
son, 5th-Campen, Wise, Layfield,
Roberts, Twigg, Carlise.
8C Core- 1st Row-Bruun, Monroe,
Chappell, Nordeide, Francisco,
Gaitanis, 2nd-Fullagar, Kiker,
Hunger, Morris, Brown, McCullars,
3rd-Guiteras, deTamble, Carlisle,
Savage, Hales, Durell, 4th-Con.
ners, Loften, Poggemoeller, Browne,
Roberts, Blonchard, 5th-Bush,
Springfield, Jones, Bohannon, Mc-
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The Junior High now numbering 180 .
We've gotten used to the enlarged classes and tea-
chers Mr. Murphrey, Mr. Ring, Mrs. Blaisdell,
Mr. Paden, Mr. Costa and Mrs. Calhoun plus
the many "extra" subjects such as art, typing and
some of us are in the Sr. High Band we got
to go to District Contest and Jax. Beach with them
. we've put up a good fight for EQUAL REP-
RESENTATION and have gotten acquainted with
parliamentary'procedure We put up the decor-
ations for Homecoming and got lots of compliments
on them some of us are members of the Girl's
Glee Club and others are in the Orchestra .
We've participated in Jr. High Intramurals and had
a fine B-Squad Basketball team coming partly from
the eighth grade We've had parties and dances
for each other and really had a BALL Now
some of us are ready to go out into the world of
High School Life.
DON'T LET HIM MAKE THAT BASKET!
President Vice-President Secretary
Elizabeth Frances Elaine Carson Pam Spache
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Jimmy Weber Anne Deck
Mary Ann Buswell
Jo Nez Love
Mary Beth Voight
R. A. Green
Mary Bruce Phillips
Sheryl Faye White
I FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS
SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS
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Bonita Van Wert
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS
SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS
E. J. Whitley
June B. Hinson
Nancy Jo Ginn
E. J. Whitley
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS
SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS
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SARA LYNN ALDAY
Assembly Council 1; Student
Council 2,3,4; Cheerleader 1,2,
3,4, Captain 3,4; Y-Club 2,
Sec. 3, Intramural Bd. 4; Key-
ettes 3, Treasurer 4; Home-
coming Princess 3, Attendant 4;
N.H.S. 3,4; Pres. Little Women
4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Chm. 3; Sr.
Play Crew; Intramurals 1,2,3.
GLORIA M. BECK
Cheerleader 3; Annual Staff 3,
Editor 4; Thespians 3 ,Pres. 4;
Keyettes, Sec. 4; H. C. Atten-
dant 4; Jr. Play 3; P. K. Yonge-
time Radio 4; Intramurals 2,3;
Spanish Club 3; Operetta 2;
Fashion Show Comm. 4; Drama
Festival 3; Keyette Sextette 4.
MAJORIE ANN BINGHAM
Class Pres. 1; Intramurals 1.2,
3,4; Band 1; Hi Tide 1; Key-
ettes 2,3,4; Y-Club 2,3; Annual
Staff 2,3; Class Pres. 2; Spanish
Club 3,4; Student Body V. P. 3,
Pres. 4; Thespians 4; N. H. S.
3,4, Treas. 3.
PATRICIA BOLLS HOWARD
Entered 10th Grade N.H.S. 3,
4; Fashion Show Chairman 4.
MARY KATHRYN BARNES
Entered P. K. in 12th Grade; Hi-
DIANA ED BATEY
Y-Club 1,2; Spanish Club 1;
Intramurals 1,2; Keyettes 3;
Chorus Accompanist 3; N.H.S.
MARGARET ANN BOYLES
Chorus 2, Spanish Club 3,4,
V. P. 4; Anchor Club 4, Treas-
urer; Jr. Play 3; Sr. Play 4;
Thespians; Hi-Tide 4; Fashion
Show 4; Drama Festival 4.
EARNEST W. BURCH, JR.
Student Council 1,2,3; Honor
Court 4; Key Club 2,3, V. P.
4; Band 1; Hi-Tide 1; Football
1,2,3,4; All-Conf. 4; Basketball
1,2,3; Track 1; Baseball 2,3,4;
Jr. Play Crew; Sr. Play Stage
Manager; H. C. Prince 3; King
EDNA PEARL COBB
Chorus 4; Operetta 4; Fashion
Majorette 3; Fashion Show 1;
National Honor Society.
IRENE LOW DAVAULT
Y-Club 2,3; Band 1,2,3,4, Capt.
4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Chorus
1,3,4; All State Marching Band
3; All State Chorus 4; N.H.S.
3,4, Anchor Club 4, Sec. 4;
Operetta 4; Thespians 4; Hi-
Tide 3; Dance Band 3,4.
Keyettes 3, Treas. 4; N.H.S. 3,
4; Class V. P. 1,2; Honor Court
2,3,4; Clerk 4; Hi-Tide 4; An-
nual Staff 2,3; Spanish Club 3.
EDWARD A. DAVIS, JR.
Chorus 1,2,3,4; All State Chorus
3,4; Football 3,4; Track 3; Jr.
Play; Sr. Play; Thespians V.P.
4; Hi-Tide 2,3,4; Operetta 1,2,
N.H.S. 3,4; Keyettes 4; Y-Club
2,3,4; Spanish Club Pres. 4; Or-
chestra 1,2,3,4; Jr. Play; Sr.
Pipy; Thespians 4; Operetta 1,
SIDNEY KING CHERRY
Key Club 2,3,4, Pres. 4; Treas.
3; Operetta 3; Student Council
1,2,3; Class Pres. 1; Jr. Play;
Sr. Play, Track 1,2,3,4; Football
3,4 Basketball 3,4, Co-Capt. 4;
All Keyilone Conference 4, Hi-
Tide 3, AII-Area 2nd Team 4.
American Legion Award 4;
Student Council 1,2,4; Class
Pres. 2; Jr. Play; Sr. Play.
ELLEN ANN DEYOUNG
Spanish Club 3,4; Keyettes 4;
Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Fashion Show
N. H. S. 3,4, V. P. 4; Y. Club
3; Keyettes 3, Pres. 4, Treas. 3;
Class Treas. 2; Class Vice Presi-
dent 3; Chorus 1,4.
BARBARA FRANCES DOUGLAS
A-Squad Cheerleader 2,3,4; B-
Squad Capt. 1; Y-Club 2,3,4;
Chaplain 3,4; Class Secretary
2; Operetta 1,2,3; Annual Staff
2; Thespians 4, Sec. 4; Jr. Play
Crew; Sr. Play Crew; Intra-
LESLIE TUGGLE ENGLISH
Transferred to P. K. in 12th
Grade. Football 4; Football
Captain 4; Track 4; Sr. Play;
Entered P. K. 12th Grade.
Chorus 4, Operetta 4, Fashion
MIGUEL A. FERNANDEZ
Transferred to P. K. in 12th
Grade. N. H. S. 4.
Chorus 4; Fashion Show 4; Op-
eratta 4. Entered P. K. 12th
Homecoming Queen 4; Keyettes
2,3, Pres. 4; Cheerleader 3,4;
B-Squad 1; Student Council 2,
3,4; Secretary-Treasurer 4;
N. H. S. 3,4; Y-Club 2,3,4, V.P.
3; Spanish Club 3,4; Class Sec-
retary 1; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Hi-
BARBARA SUE GREEN
Fashion Show; Library Assistant
MARY ANN HARRELL
Fashion Show, Operetta; Chor-
CHARLES DONALD GASKIN
Chorus 3,4; Track Manager 3;
Jr. Deputies 1,2,3,4.
SHANNON R. GINN
Baseball 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4;
All-Conference 4; All Area 4;
Basketball 2; Chorus 3; Oper-
etta 3; Spanish Club 1, Pres.
4; Boys' State 3; Key Club 3,4;
Student Council 4; Jr. Play; Sr.
NANCY EVELYN HARRISON
Chorus 3; Operetta 3; Jr. Play;
Y-Club 4; Homecoming Sponsor
4; P. K. Yonge Time Radio 4;
Sr. Play; Anchor Club Pres. 4.
Entered P. K. 12th Grade.
FLORENCE JEANETTE GRAHAM
Fashion Show; Operetta 4;
ANN CALVITE HINSON
Entered P. K. in 12th Grade.
Sr. Play; Chorus 4; Operetta 4.
BILLY RANDAL HORNE
Track 1,2,3,4; Keystone Confer-
ence Title Broad-Jump 4; Foot-
ball 1,2,3,4; Chorus 3,4; Oper-
etta 3,4; Key Club 4; Hi-Tide 4;
Jr. Play; Sr. Play.
ROBERTA ANN JOHNSON
Entered P. K. 11th Grade.
BARBARA ANN KRUEGER
Entered P. K. 12th Grade.
Drama Festival Best Actress
Award 4; Sr. Play Director;
Dance Band 4; Chorus 4;
PIERRE JEAN LEMAIRE
Entered P. K. 11th Grade. Key
Club 4; French Club 4.
Annual Staff 1,2,3; Band 1,2,
3,4; Hi-Tide 1,3,4; Y-Club 2,3,4;
Orchestra 3,4; Fashion Show 1,
4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Operetta
3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3.
ROBERT A. McNAMARA
Band 1,2,3; Key Club 3,4; Track
2,3; Sr. Play.
ALPHA O. McQUINNEY
Entered P. K. 11th Grade.
Football 4; Track 3; Annual
Co-Editor 4; Class Vice Presi-
dent 4; National Honor Society
GEORGE STEWERT MEYER
Chorus; Operetta; Jr. Play
Crew; Sr. Play Crew.
Entered P. K. 12th Grade.
JAMES RALEIGH MORGAN
Chorus; Operetta; Jr. Play Crew;
Si. Play Crew.
RICHARD TIMOTHY ORTON
Football 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Op-
DOROTHY FAY PARKER
Cheerleader 3,4; Keyettes 3,
Chaplain 4; National Honor
Society 3,4; Chorus 2,3,4; Class
Treasurer 3; Class Secretary 4;
Jr. Play; Hi-Tide 3,4.
Band 1; Orchestra 3,4; Hi-
Tide 3,4; Jr. Play Crew; Sr.
Play Crew; Track 3; Football 4;
CLYDIE LAVERNE OWENS
Chorus 3,4; Camera Club 4;
LEE PRESTON RICHARDSON
Football 2,3,4; Baseball 3; Hi-
Tide 4; Sr. Play; Chorus 2,3,4;
PATRICIA A. REED
Y-Club 3,4; Spanish Club 3,4.
French Club 4; Sr. Play.
ENNIS ASA RUNKLE
Transferred to P. K. in 12th
Grade. Baseball 4; Football 4;
DAGNE ANITA SERVING
Keyettes 2,3,4; State President
4, Vice Pres. 3, Chaplain 3,4;
Student Council 2, Chaplain 4;
Homecoming Sponsor 2,3;
Cheerleader 4; B. Squad 1;
N. H. S. 4; Chairman of Home-
coming 4; Hi-Tide Chairman;
Class Pres. 2; Y-Club 3,
American Legion Award 4.
JACQUELINE P. SPACE
Keyettes 2,3,4, V. P. 4, Sec.
3; N. H. S. 3,4; Y-Club 3;
Keyette Sextette 4; Class Pres.
4; Class Sec. 2,3; Spanish Club
3; Thespians 4; Key Club Sweet-
heart 4; Drama Festival 4; Young
Artist Group Pres. 4.
ANN HAMILTON SCUDDER
National Honor Society 3,4;
Keyettes 3,4, Chaplain 3, His-
torian 4; Y-Club 2,3,4; Sec. 3;
Thespians 4, Clerk 4; Class
Treasurer 4; Sr. Play; Spanish
Club 3,4; Latin Club 1; Student
Council 1; Hi-Tide 1,2,3,4.
DENVER NEWBERRY STEVENS
Baseball 1,2,3,4; All-Conference
3,4; Football 2,3,4; Basketball 3,
4, Co-Capt. 4; Track 3,4; Band
1,2,3,4; Key Club 3,4; N. H. S.
4; Jr. Play; Hi-Tide 1,3.
CHRISTOPHER M. STORER
Spanish Club 3,4.
SAMUEL G. WILSON
Track 1,2; Football 2,3,4; Latin
Club 1; Hi-Tide 1,4; Annual
Staff 4; Chorus 2,3,4; Operetta
2,3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play.
Entered P. K. 12th Grade. Chor-
us 4; Operetta 4.
SANDRA ANN WINSTON
Class Treasurer 1, Sec. 2;
Keyettes 3, Sec. 4; Y-Club 2,
Treas. 3, Pres. 4; N. H. S.
3,4; Latin Club 1; Spanish Club
3,4; Operetta 3; Hi-Tide 4; Jr.
Play; Sr. Play; Annual Staff 4.
Spanish Club 3,4; Sr. Play
Band 1,2,3; Y-Club 2,3,4; Or-
chestra 3; Anchor Club 4;
N. H. S. 4.
KAREN E. WUNDERLICH
Latin Club 1; Keyettes 2,3,4;
Y-Club 2,3, Pres. 4; Class Pres.
3; N. H. S. 3,4; Business Mana-
ger Annual 4; Spanish Club 3,4;
Student Council 3,4; Jr. Play.
Mary Bruce serves
while Lee Richardson
Mary Ann and Edna enjoy the fun.
Julie Penrod and Bob McNamana with the
other Junior and Senior members enjoy a
break with refreshments.
Sue Ballard and Keith Fulp had a ball.
1st and 2nd semester presidents dance to-
gether at the Hop!
The first Freshman Hop at P.K. can really be termed a big success .
all the freshmen worked hard to make it one of the best dances ever
at P.K. and they decorated the Gym beautifully A fountain cen-
tered the dance floor and the words RHAPSODY IN BLUE were spelled
out on the wall.
Why so Glum, Dave?
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"Our Heart's were Young and Gay"
The Junior Class did an outstanding job on their annual
class play. The group combined their talents plus put out a
great effort to produce a hit!
CORNELIA ............ ..................... Sue Ballard
EM ILY ................................... Merri Johnson
DICK ..................................... Bob Stripling
LEO ..................................... Harry Hughes
MADAME ELISE ............................ Pixie Bartlett
THERESE .................................. Nancy Hord
MRS. SKINNER ................. .......... Nancy Lee
MR. SKINNER .............................. Dave Wiles
STEW ARD ................................ E. J. W hitley
STEWARDESS ............................ Carol Steckert
PURSER .................................... Bob Barber
ADMIRAL ............................... John Hudson
INSPECTOR ........................... Larry Bratcher
WINDOW CLEANER ...................... Sammy Davis
MR. DE LA CROIX ......................... Bob Mounts
WINIFRED ................ ................ Tena Bledsoe
HARRIET ............................... Becky Schweyer
STUDENT DIRECTOR ........................ Peter Combs
STAGE MANAGERS ....................... Don Mullin
PUBLICITY ................................ Carol Steckert
FACULTY ADVISORS ......................... Mrs. Mills
Sue looks very ill while the cast gives as-
Becky concentrates while
and bears it.
Nancy Lee grins
Dave plays the role of the frustrated father,
Mr. Skinner. Don't give up, now, Nancy!
"You Can't Take
It With You"
SENIOR PLAY CAST
PENNY ................. Maggie Boyles
GRANDPA ................ Shannon Ginn
ALICE ..................... Charlotte Ford
TONY ........................ Ed Davis
ED CARMICHAEL .......... Bob McNamara
KOLENKOV ................. Sam Wilson
ESSIE ............... ...... Ann Scudder
RHEBA ..................... Ann Hinson
MR. KIRBY ................. Glenn Decker
MRS. KIRBY ................ Virginia Davis
DONALD .................... Asa Runkle
TAX COLLECTOR ........... Lee Richardson
INVESTIGATOR .............. Leslie English
HANDY MAN #1 ............ Scott McVoy
HANDY MAN #2 .......... Peter Reynolds
MR. dePINNA ................ Billy Horne
STUDENT DIRECTOR ..... Barbara Krueger
STAGE MANAGER ............ Buddy Burch
PUBLICITY .................. Scott McVoy
FACULTY ADVISORS ......... Mr. Hannum
The Play is a Big Success .
Maggie gives gifts of appreciation to Mrs.
Nickols and Mrs. Richards .
Kolenkov flips Mr. Kirby!
Mary Bruce and Jane dressed for the show.
The Fashion Show this year was a big success. The show had more than
a hundred outfits modeled and they all showed the hard work put into
them by the Home Economics Students. Eyecatching sports clothes,
school outfits and evening attire tastefully combined to make it one
of the best shows ever!
Mrs. Ingle adjusts Sylvia's dress.
Pat, our fashion show chairman, did
a good job on this dress and the
dressed for the
This year's operetta, "Springtime," was put
on by the Chorus, Orchestra, and Girls Glee
Club. The leading characters, Irene DaVault
and Eddie Davis did a fine job along with
the support of the entire cast. Money earned
from this production was used for their an-
nual trip to Jacksonville Beach.
Leathie and Laverne enjoy them-
selves at the Garden Party.
Mr. Adams and Orchestra they
did a fine job!
Grand Finale-We take a bow!
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KING AND QUEEN PRINCE AND PRINCESS
Buddy Burch and Charlotte Ford Thaxton Springfield and Darlene Dunn
S "The Monster won first prize!"
Curt and Bess, who's the villain?
Gloria Beck and Sara Lynn Alday
Homecoming best ever Dagne Servin, General Chairman,
did a wonderful job everyone in school participated in some
way Biggest thrill was winning game Started week-end
with High Tide, Assembly, Pep Parade, Motorcade to game and
ended all with big dance and breakfast at Holiday Inn.
First Row, Left to Right: Fulp, Alden, Pardi, Burch, Wiles, Runkle, Bostick, Stevens, Ginn, L. English, Kephart. Second
Row: Streit, Mattair, Marshal, Cherry, Orton, Davis, 'Springfield, Home, Layfield, Richardson, Peterson. Third Row:
Bratcher, Whitley, Bush, McVoy, Strickland, Shields, P. English, Greer, Stripling, Mathis, Rawlison.
The football team showed a lot of pep and enthusiasm this
year they fought their best and really worked hard .
our Homecoming game with Green Cove Springs was a big
success Leslie English was captain for the year and did a
wonderful job Also the expert leadership of the coaches
kept the boys' spirit high ..
Coach McDonald, Coach Hoskins, Coach Shumaker.
MANAGERS-Bobby Anchors, Lanny Lastinger, Jim-
my Gilbreath. Kneeling-John Hudson.
Left to Right: Kephart, Richardson, Whitley, P. English, Ginn, Streit, L. English.
A First Row, Left to Right: B. Barber,
R. Smith, L. Lastinger, D. Mullin. Back
Row: S. Cherry, H. Clark, G. Sadler, T.
SSpringfield, not pictured Coach
KP. K. Yonge can certainly be proud of
the Basketball team this year they
won the KEYSTONE CONFERENCE for
E the second year in a row Gene
Sadler, Sid Cherry, and Lanny Lasting-
er represented P.K. on the ALL CON-
FERENCE team and the Gainesville Sun
ALL AREA team .. the whole group
can really be proud of the fine job
done by all. Congratulations on the
B very good record and to Coach
Gene "Puts It In"
as angry Pirate
trys to defend!
What're you doing Don?
First Row, Left to Right: Coach Hoskins, Shannon Ginn, Buddy
Burch, Denver Stevens, Asa Runkle, Sid Cherry. Second Row:
Armando Fernandez, Larry Bratcher, William Newman, Clay-
ton Mathis, David Wiles, Don Mullin, Jon Wiles. Manager:
J. Gant, Lanny Lastinger.
"Maybe he's got a good idea there,
3/24 P.K.Y. 12 Cross City
3/31 P.K.Y. 0 Gainesville High
4/3 P.K.Y. 23 Newberry
4/7 P.K.Y. 4 Green Cove Springs
4/10 P.K.Y. 9 Palatka
4/14 P.K.Y. 4 Starke
4/17 P.K.Y. 16 Santa'Fe
4/21 P.K.Y. 7 Starke
4/24 P.K.Y. 3 Green Cove Springs
4/28 P.K.Y. 7 Cross City
5/1 P.K.Y. 10 Santa Fe
5/5 P.K.Y. 19 Newberry
Sub-Group P.K.Y. 7 Palatka
P.K.Y. 0 G.H.S.
Group P.K.Y. 0 Dade City
KEYSTONE CONFERENCE P. K. Y. 6 Bolles
This year . one of the finest in the last few seasons ....
congratulations to the entire team for producing such an out-
standing record ... Charlie Layfield, Denver Stephens, and
Shannon Ginn picked for the All-Conference team . did
a very good job in the tournaments too! Coach Hoskins has
helped them to go a long way and has been behind them
from the beginning . many boys received letters at the
awards assembly and they deserved them! .... P. K. can cer-
tainly be proud of the team and the meritous showing they've
made this year.
(With Jackie Gant,
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DENVER STRAINS FOR THE TAPE!
CHARLES, IS THAT YOU?
Sid makes the Hurdles!
3/13 Mainland Relays
3 26 City Relays
3/28 Florida Relays
4/11 P.K.Y. Invititional
4/27 Fletcher Relays
5/2 Group Meet
5/9 State Meet
This year's Track Team did really well. THEY came
in third in the P.K.Y. Invitational .... qualified six boys
in the State meet . and Billy Home placed
in the broad jump . Under Coach Mac they spent
many hours in hard practice and it payed off too! ....
The Jr. High Track Team will furnish fine participants for
future Track Meets .... All the boys were recognized for
their fine work in the Awards Assembly and Mrs. Buck-
hannon finally won her Track Shoe!
Heave Ho. Leslie-make a point for P.K.
(and he did tool)
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Graduation was a big success the first to be in
our new Auditorium with the reception in the cafeteria
and on the Patio lots of parents and Alumni at-
tended plus many, many friends We were led down
the aisle by Darlene and Nancy Jo got seated, and
then heard speeches by Charlotte, Jackie, Shannon, and
Mari, all introduced by Dagne we heard Dean White
make a very fine speech the last we heard while
P. K. students finally we were ready to walk that
last mile to get our diplomas lor rather the envel-
opes! then we sang the Alma Mater for the first
time as alumni after we turned in our caps and
gowns we could get our certificates of graduation .
Now we're officially P. K. Alum and to celebrate
we had a party out at Palsy's Lake Place then,
INTO THE WORLD!!!!!
Parents talk at the recep-
Bess getting diploma after re-
turning cap and gown!
Great Fun! .... Trip to Nassau . We're the last class to get a
Senior Trip .... We got up at 6 A.M. Monday Morn. and headed
toward Miami where we caught the boat . ate, slept, and had
loads of fun .... we saw all the sights in Nassau and went to night
clubs too! . Thursday Morn. we headed home . exhausted!
S. Before we went we worked together and earned three hund-
red dollars more than we needed . Final total . $3200 ....
we'll never forget it ..
MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT
Charlotte Ford & Billy Horne
BEST ALL 'ROUND ..
Sara Lynn Alday
Gloria Beck & AsaRunkle
BEST FIGURE AND PHYSIQUE
Pat Hines & Buddy Gurch
pr yDot Parker & Lee Richardson
Pat Howard & Leslie English
DONE MOST FOR P.K. 4
Dagne Servin & Glenn Decker t
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Mari Bingham & Bob McNamara
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GIRLS STATE REPRESENTATIVE
I BOYS STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Curt Peterson & Ann Scudder
Diana Batey & Sam Wilson
Mrs. Atchley and her hard work- .
ing cafeteria staff! I W--' 1 _\ *' V/
ir OFFICE STAFF
Director, Dr. Meyers; Principal, Dr.
Mrs. West, Miss Crago, Eddie Nole,
Donald Gaskins took this picture. We think it's a
Fran Douglas and Sara Lynn had lots of fun
and souvenirs of the trip.
Eddie Davis shows how on the drums on the
way to Nassau.
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The Expose' for 1958-1959 is complete .. enough said.
These girls will see you in 1959-1960, Carol, Pixie and "Wheety."