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YONGESTER




P. K. YONGE LABORATORY SCHOOL

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

VOLUME II


EDITOR
Carol Steckert
CO-EDITOR
Cornelia Bartlett
BUSINESS MANAGERS
Peter Combs
Becky Schweyer
SPONSORS
Miss Marian Davis
Mr. J. B. Hannum





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THE ADMINISTRATIVE BODY OF P. K.
YONGE LABORATORY SCHOOL. Left to
Right: Robert Turner, Student Coordinator; Dr.
Glenn Gamble, Guidance Counselor; Dr. John
Lounsbury, Secondary School Coordinator; Dean


White, Dean of College of Education; Dr. Rob-
ert Myers, Director; Dr. Pauline Hilliard, Ele-
mentary School Coordinator; Dr. T. J. Hill,
Principal; Dr. Soper, Psychologist.


CONTENTS


ACADEMICS

FACULTY

CLASSES

ORGANIZATIONS

SPORTS

FEATURES


















The important job of keeping permanent rec-
ords, checking out students, information to col-
lege students and parents, and the many other
things necessary to the smooth functioning of
our school are taken care of by Mrs. Parrish,
Mrs. West, and Miss Crago, and the graduate
assistant.









CAFETERIA AND

JANITORIAL STAFF


CAFETERIA
The cafeteria staff is ably directed by Mrs. Helen Atchley.
responsibility of serving all meals for our student body.


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The faithful janitorial staff
under the direction of Mr.
Carlisle has done a won-
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school in the best of shape
all year round.








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SCIENCES










There are two chemistry classes this year.
One of these is taught as it has been in the
past, and the other by means of a series of films,
conducted by Dr. John F. Baxter of the Uni-
versity of Florida. Even though films are the
main means of teaching, Dr. Krebs is always
around to help out when things begin popping,
whether this be chemicals or questions. He has
been able assisted this year by Mr. Reed and
Mr. Dukes.




The Physics class, being taught by Mr. Pate,
r is apparently enjoying a funny comment! This
particular class is made up of seniors who have
had Biology, Chemistry, and Intermediate Al-
gebra and Trigonometry as prerequisites. It is
doubtful that the students will ever forget
those Physics tests almost every Friday!


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The greenhouse, adjacent to the Biology
room, houses many creatures of all types and
descriptions. This large population can be at-
tributed to Mrs. Allen's avid interest in reptiles
and animals in general.









The General Science course, taught by
"Coach" Bashaw, touches briefly on all phases
of Science, and can be taken as a preparatory
course for other more specific subjects such
as Biology or Chemistry.


Page Seven








- MATHEMATICS


Our Mathematics teachers, Mr. Phillips, Miss
Gabrielson, and Mr. Bashaw, teach subjects
ranging from Junior High arithmetic to ad-
vanced algebra. We were sorry to lose the serv-
ices of Mr. Phillips at the end of the first
semester but are proud to claim the new State
Supervisor of Mathematics as a P. K. "Alum."
Mrs. Frierson replaced him in February.


Miss Gabrielson and a plane geometry class


This year we are continuing the accelerated
math program also. The students participating
are now in the eighth and ninth grades .
who knows, they may have calculus when
they're seniors!


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program at P. K. Yonge.

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LATIN

Both Latin classes at P. K. Y. are taught by
Miss Veronica Pullan. The Latin students par-
ticipated in the Latin Forum held this year in
Orlando, and received an Honorable Mention
for their Roman costume. The Forum isn't the
only time these studious souls transform them-
selves into Ancient Romans and "Do as the
Romans did"! Spring finds them enjoying the
annual Roman Banquet, reclining on cushions,
faithfully attended by "slaves." These Romans
had a good thing, as long as the slaves held
out!


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SPANISH

In the added need for languages in the educational program today, the
foreign language department at P. K. Yonge has grown greatly with the addition
of some of the most modern teaching methods and materials. Mr. Trujillo, head
of the language department, and Mr. Costa make Spanish an interesting subject.









FRENCH

U, .French, one of the Romance languages, is
2- beautiful but difficult, and requires much con-
centrated study. The language department is
experimenting with a relatively new method
of teaching, a broadcasting system with in-
dividual listening booths. This is designed to
help increase the growth and development of
the language students.
























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Mrs. Ingle and two freshmen
are cooking in the kitchen.


Dressmaking is fascinating for every Home
Ec. class. Here we have Jeannie deTamble
making one of the many dresses which made
up our 1960 Fashion Show. Cutting-stitching-
and turning up the hem-the final thing, all lead-
ing up to a beautiful dress.






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m HOME
ECONOMICS


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Glen, what's that joke you're
telling? Surely this isn't all you
do in Industrial Arts!





Mr. Williams and mechanical
draftsmen-Bob, that book looks
interesting!


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Business English is divided in-
to two subjects, Business Eng-
lish first semester and Business
Law second semester. These
teach the basic letter forms and
some of the legal aspects of the
business world.




Mrs. Bartozek and the typing
class hard at work. What do you
do if you're all thumbs?


INDUSTRIAL ARTS
AND
BUSINESS COURSES







LIBRARY

AND
ART






IART DEPARTMENT
The Art Department at P. K. Yonge has
been under the efficient direction of
sMiss Marian Davis for several years.
This year she was assisted by Mrs.
Purser, who has worked primarily with
the elementary school. Instruction is
given in all phases of art work to stu-
dents ranging from kindergarten to sen-
ior high school.







LIBRARY
P.K.'s spacious library is very capably run by our librarians, Mrs. Ella Francis
and Miss Caroline Ferguson. They have appreciated help from student assistants,
pictured with them is Frank Phillips.


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m SOCIAL STUDIES


Mr. Huber and an American History class:
The Wars, advancement of our Nation, and
our nation in relation to the world were cov-
ered along with many other areas of interest.




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WORLD LITERATURE: Mrs. Nichols and a
World Lit. class Russian, English, Austrian,
and American authors among many others com-
prised the content of World Literature this year
S. reading, reports, more reading and learning
how to diagram a book were only a few things
covered during the course of 1959-60.















Mrs. Diggs with one of the Advanced English
classes: Learning grammar, how to apply Eng-
lish principles, and exploring the knowledge
of many great men through "WISDOM" and
other books were all combined to make Ad-
vanced English a very worthwhile class.








PHYSICAL EDUCATION


Physical education is taught throughout the
elementary and high school by Mrs. Yeatts, Miss
Dalsheimer, Mr. Hoskins, McDonald, Whit-
tington.
Tumbling is one of the many activities includ-
ed in the physical education program at P. K. Y.
The way everyone's laughing, I wonder how
long that pyramid will stay up, looks like they
have help from the side lines.










Boys aren't the only ones who can play bas-
ketball, and these girls seem to be taking the
game to heart. Ever find the ball a bit evasive!


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Careful girls, let's not get vicious-it's only a Hockey game!



One of the sophomores trying out the high bar
in the gym Ted, looks like you're next!
Alice, do ya' think it'll make it? ..... several girls
_hard at work during an intramural basketball game.


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' The Junior High adds a great deal to our
S school and is often a big help. Here we have
several patrol boys performing their regular
task of raising the flag.

SWe love to dance and regularly attended after
i game dances. We even had a few for ourselves!

A newly formed service-interest club-the
Compass Club-is composed of seventh, eighth,
and ninth grade boys here we have sev-
eral of the members, the club seal, and Mr.
Paden, the faculty advisor .. G. Omer, R.
Waglow, G. Solley, R. Powers, P. O'Neill, B.
Feaster, H. Diggs, A. Johnson, B. Wise, G. Rus-
sell.


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FIRST ROW: Miss Manette Swett, Mrs. Gerry Hill,
Miss Ellen McDonald, Mrs. Faye Ashley, Mrs. Evelyn
Hatfield. SECOND ROW: Miss Caroline Ferguson, Miss
Dorothy Bales, Miss Mary Spiers; Mrs. Norah Webb,








Busy hands at work of secondary faculty members Mr.
Robert Turner, Mr. Wade Ring, Mrs. Barbara Nichols,


Miss Anna Belle Devlin, Miss Louise Clark, Mr. Wendell
Abbott. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Esstoya Whitley, Miss
Ruth Peeler.









Dr. T. J. Hill, Mr. Joe Costa, Mrs. Helen Walker, Mr.
Bernard Murphy and Mr. Mark Fravel.


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SENIOR OFFICERS
The senior officers for the year 1959 and 1960 have done an excellent job. They
are First Row, Left to Right: Linda Rogers, Secretary 2nd semester; Carol
Weber, Vice President 1st semester; Tena Bledsoe, Treasurer 1st and 2nd sem-
ester; Nancy Hord, Secretary 1st semester. Second Row: E. J. Whitley, President
2nd semester; Don Mullen, Vice President 2nd semester; Thaxton Springfield,
President 1st semester.


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Allen, Raymond Edward
Ashley, Terry Fay
Ballard, Mary Susan Elizabeth


Bartlett, Cornelia Babcock
Bell, Dwight Otis










Berg, Charles William
Bledsoe, Christena Mary










Bohannon, Helen Louisa
Bostick, Thomas Bernard










Brasington, Iris Lea
Chamblin, Barbara Jean








Chappell, Ronald Adair
Clark, Harold Brown
Cook, Walter Terry


Combs, Peter Arthur
Davis, George Samuel










Dunn, Alma Darlene
Eggert, Burree Elizabeth










Eidsness, Joan Valerie
Fulp, Donald Keith










Geiger, Carrie Louise
Ginn, Nancy Jo







Graham, Geraldine Louise
Hack, Louise Yvonne
Hines, Diane Alberta


Hord, Pearle Nancy
Howell, Sharon Loraine


Hudson, John Evans Jr.
Justiss, Robert Gray, Jr.










Lastinger, Allen Lane
Latimer, Louie Frank











Lee, Nancy Lucia
Layfield, Charles Darrell







Marks, Phillip Scott
Mathis, Lucille Melton
Meyer, Carol Elaine


Mounts, Robert Turbyfill
Mullin, Grat McDonald









Nelson, Judith McDonald
Newman, William Hershel









Orton, Sarah Delores
Richards, Michael









Richburg, Travis Fay
Rogers, Linda Ellen


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Rohn, Darrell Gene
Rowe, Robert Roger
Rowlison, Ray Raymond


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Sadler, Eugene Isted
Saxon, Cole Livingston








Schweyer, Rebecca Wilson
Shields, John Thomas








Sites, Sharon Eleanor
Smith, Frederick Daily








Springfield, Worley Thaxton Jr.
Stanley, Barbara Joan


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Steckert, Mildred Caroline
Stripling, Robert Olin Jr.
Strother, Irma


Vel Dink, Sandra Erle
Weber, Carol Jean









Whitley, Edward Jay Jr.
Wiles, David Kimball


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Bratcher, Larry Gene
Cake, Robert Bruce
English, Clyde Phillip
Gilbreath, James
Johnson, Meredith
Mattair, Jimmy Henry
Sellers, Frances Kathleen


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SENIOR DIRECTORY


ALLEN, RAYMOND EDWARD
Thespians 4; Drama Festival 4.


Entered 12th;


ASHLEY, TERRY FAY Entered 12th; Keyette
4; Orch. 4; Hi Tide 4; Annual Staff 4; Intramural
4; Science Club 4, President 4.

BALLARD, MARY SUSAN E. Entered 11th;
Operetta 4; Thespians 3,4, Pres. 4; Hi Tide 3,4;
Annual Staff 3,4; Intramural 4; Jr. Play; Fashion
Show 3; NHS 3,4; Drama Festival 3,4; Anchor
Club 4.

BARTLETT, CORNELIA BABCOCK Y Club
2,3,4; Hi Tide 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 2,3, Pres. 3;
Annual Staff 3,4, Co-Ed. 4; Intramural 1,2,3,4; Jr.
Play; Anchor Club 3,4, Veep 3, Pres. 4; Tidal
Wave Ed. 2.

BELL, DWIGHT OTIS Football 3,4; Hi Tide
2; Drama Festival 4.

BERG, CHARLES WILLIAM Operetta 1,3;
Track 2, Mgr. 2.

BLEDSOE, CHRISTENA MARY Class Treas.
4; Keyette 4; Y Club 2,3,4, Pres. 4; Operetta 4;
Thespians 2,3,4; Hi Tide 1,3,4; Greenville Sun
Col. 4; Latin Club 2,3, Pres. 2; Annual Staff 3;
Intramural 1,2,3; Jr. Play; NHS 3,4; Drama Fes-
tival 4; Tidal Wave Staff 1,2.

BOHANNON, HELEN LOUISA Class Veep 1;
St. Coun. 2,3,4; Keyette 2,3,4, Veep 3, Pres.
4, State Veep 4; Y Club 2,3,4, Sec. 3; HC Spon.
3; Hi Tide 1,3,4, Chairman 3; Latin Club 2,3, Veep
2; Intramural Bd. 3, Intramural 1,2,3, Basketball 1,
2,3, Softball 1,2,3, Badminton 1,2; NHS 3,4, Veep 4;
D.A.R. Award 4; Girls State 3; Prom Co-Chair-
man 3.

BOSTICK, THOMAS BERNARD Operetta 1,
2,3; Band 2,3,4; Hi Tide 1; All State Chorus 4.

BRASINGTON, IRIS LEA Y Club 3,4, Chap-
lain 4; Para-Med. Club 4, Sec.-Treas. 4; Operetta
3; Hi Tide 1,2,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Intramural 2,
'3,4, Basketball 2; Fashion Show 4; All State
Chorus 3.

BRATCHER, LARRY GENE Entered 11th;
Class Sgt. at Arms 3,4; Football 3,4; Baseball 3,4;
Hi Tide 3.


CAKE, ROBERT BRUCE


Gun Club 1.


CHAMBLIN, BARBARA JEAN Operetta 1,2,
3,4; NHS 4; All State Chorus 4; Girls Glee Club
3,4; Hi Tide 2.


CHAPPELL, RONALD ADAIR Class Treas.
2,3; Key Club 4; Operetta Crew 1; Hi Tide 1.

CLARK, HAROLD BROWN Entered 10th;
Key Club 4; Basketball 3,4, All Conf. 4, All State
4, Tri-Capt. 4; French Club 3,4.

COOK, TERRY WALTER Chorus 3; Operetta
3.

COMBS, PETER ARTHUR Thespians 3,4, Veep
4; Hi Tide 1,2,3,4; French Club 3,4; Annual Staff
3,4, Bus. Mgr. 4; Jr. Play Student Dir.; Drama
Festival 3,4; Science Club 1,2.


DAVIS, GEORGE SAMUEL
Tide 1,4.


Key Club 4; Hi


DUNN, ALMA DARLENE Keyette 2,3,4, Chap-
lain 4; Band 3,4; HC Att. 4; HC Princess 3; Hi
Tide 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; Annual Staff 1,2;
Fashion Show 4; NHS 3,4; Keyette Sextette Ac-
com. 4; Majorette 3,4; HC Serving Girl 1.

EGGERT, BURREE ELIZABETH Entered
10th; Y Club 3,4; Operetta 2,4, Dist. Cont. 3,4,
State Cont. 3; Band 2,3; Thespians 4; Hi Tide 2,
3,4; Radio Program 4; French Club 3; Annual
Staff 3; Intramural 2,3,4, Basketball 3; Fashion
Show 3; Majorette 3; Drama Festival 4.

EIDSNESS, JOAN VALERIE Entered 11th;
Operetta 3,4; Thespians 3,4; Hi Tide 4; Radio
Program 3; Intramural 4; Fashion Show 3, Com-
mentator 4; Drama Festival 4; Dance Band Singer
4; Dist. Cont. 3,4, State Cont. 3,4.

ENGLISH, CLYDE PHILLIP Entered 11th;
Football 3,4; Hi Tide 3,4.

FULP, DONALD KEITH Entered 10th; Thes-
pians 4; Football 3; Track 3; Hi Tide 3,4; Drama
Festival 4.

GEIGER, CARRIE LOUISE Operetta 1,2,3,4;
Hi Tide 1; Fashion Show 4; Dist. Chorus Cont. 4.


GILBREATH, JAMES
3; Band 1,2; Baseball 4.


Key Club 2,3,4; Chorus


GINN, NANCY JO Honor Court 3,4, Clerk 4;
Keyette 2,3,4, Treas. 4; Y Club 2,3,4; Operetta 1,
2; Band 2,3,4; Hi Tide 1,2,3,4; French Club 3,
Treas 3; Annual Staff 2,3; Intramural 1,2,3, Bas-
ketball 1,2, Badminton 2; Jr. Play; NHS 3,4; Ma-
jorettes 2,3,4, Co-Head 3,4, All Star 3; All State
Chorus 1.


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SENIOR DIRECTORY


GRAHAM, GERALDINE LOUISE Operetta
1,2,3,4; Hi Tide 1,3; Fashion Show 1.

HACK, LOUISE YVONNE Y Club 2,3; Oper-
etta Accom. 4; Hi Tide 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 2,3;
Intramural 1,2; Fashion Show Accom. 2,3; NHS
3,4; Anchor Club 3,4; Dist. Chorus Accom. 4,
Solo 4.

HINES, DIANE ALBERTA Class Veep 3, Sec.
2, Treas. 2; Keyette 4; Treas. 4; Y Club 2,3,4,
Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Operetta 1; Hi Tide 2,4; Annual
Staff 3,4; Intramural Board 3,4, Intramural 1,2,3,4,
Basketball 1,2,3, Softball 1,2,3, Badminton 3, Vol-
leyball 1,2,3; Fashion Show 4; NHS 4; B Squad
Cheerleader 1.

HORD, NANCY PEARL Class Sec. 1,4; Stu.
Coun. 2; Keyette 3,4, Veep 4; Y Club 2,3,4, Sec. 4;
Operetta 1,2; Orch. 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; HC Attend.
4; Hi Tide 1,2,3,4; French Club 3; Sec. 3; Jr. Play;
Fashion Show 3 NHS 4; Keyette Sextette 4; Ma-
jorettes 1,2,3,4, Co-Head 3,4, All Star 3, State Con-
test 3.

HOWELL, SHARON LORAINE Y Club 2,3,
4; Orch. 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; All Star 3; Hi Tide 1;
Intramural 1,2,3,4, Softball 2,3; Band Lib. 3,4.

HUDSON, JOHN EVANS, JR. Key Club 2,3,4,
Pres. 4; Football 1,2,4; Basketball 2; Baseball 1,2,4;
Hi Tide 1,3; Latin Club 2.3; International Key
Club Cony.; Jr. Play; Football Mgr. 3.

JOHNSON, MEREDITH H. Chorus 2,3,4, Op-
eretta 2,3,4; Hi Tide 1,2,3,4; Jr. Play; Fashion Show
3; Anchor Club 3,4; All State Chorus 3,4; Chorus
Accom. 4.


JUSTISS, ROBERT GREY, JR.
Band Cont. 3,4; Orch. 3,4, Dist.
Camera Club 3,4; Spanish Club
Pres. 4; Hist. 4; Track 4.


Band 3,4, Dist.
Orch. Cont. 3,4;
3; Para-Med. 4,


LASTINGER, ALLEN LANE Class Pres. 3,
Veep 2,3; Stu. Coun. 2,3,4, Pres. 4; Key Club 2,
3,4, Sec. 4; Operetta 1; Basketball 2,3,4, All Key-
stone Conf. 3,4, Tri-Capt. 4; All Area 4; Baseball
3,4: Track 1,2; Hi Tide 2,3,4; Latin Club 2,3, Veep
2; Football Mgr. 1,2.

LATIMER, LOUIE FRANK Chorus 1,2,3,4,
Operetta 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2; Thespians 1,2; Hi Tide
1,2,3,4; Jr. Play; Drama Festival 1,2; All State
Chorus 1,2,3.

LAYFIELD, CHARLES DARRELL Key Club
3; Football 3,4, All Area 4, All Conf. 4, All Star 4,
HC Capt. 4; Baseball 3,4, All Conf. 3; Track 1,3,4.


LEE, NANCY LUCIA Y Club 3; Hi Tide 1,
3,4; Annual Staff 3; Intramural 2,3; Jr. Play; Latin
Club 2,3; Tidal Wave Staff 2.

MARKS, PHILLIP SCOTT Entered 12th; Cam-
era Club 4.

MATHIS, LUCILLE MELTON Gone 10th and
llth; Operetta 4; Hi Tide 1; Intramural 1, Bas-
ketball 1, Softball 1; Fashion Show 4; Dist. Chorus
Cont. 4.

MATTAIR, JAMES HENRY Class Sgt. at Arms
3; Chorus 2,3; Football 3; Baseball 3,4; Track 3.

MEYER, CAROL ELAINE Entered 12th; Key-
ette 4, Sec. 4; Orch. 4, All State Orch. 4; French
Club 4; Keyette Sextette 4.

MOUNTS, ROBERT TURBYFILL Operetta 1;
Orch. 1,2,3,4, All State 2,3,4, Concertmaster 2,3,4;
French Club 3,4, Pres. 4; Annual St'aff 3; Jr. Play;
NHS 3,4; Drama Festival 3; All Reg. Chorus 1.

MULLIN, GRAT McDONALD Entered 11th;
Class Treas. 3; Veep 4; Key Club 3,4; Orch. 3,4;
Operetta 3; Band 3,4, Lt. 3, Capt. 4, All Star
Marching Band 3; Baseball 3,4; Hi Tide 4; NHS
3,4.

NELSON, JUDITH McDONALD Entered
12th; Fashion Show 4; Betty Crocker Homemak-
ing Award 4; Intramural 4.

NEWMAN, WILLIAM HERSHEL Entered
11th; Football 4; Baseball 3,4; Hi Tide 3,4.

ORTON, SARAH DELORES Class Sgt. at
Arms 1; Y Club 2,3,4; Operetta 1,2,3,4; Orch. 3,4;
Band 1,2,3,4; Hi Tide 1,2,3,4; Intramural Bd. 4,
Color Capt. 4, Intramural 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,
3, Softball 1,2,3, Badminton 3; Fashion Show 4.


RICHARDS, MICHAEL


Football 4; Track 3,


RICHBURG, TRAVIS FAY Entered llth; Hi
Tide 3; Annual Staff 4; Intramural 3,4; Fashion
Show 4.

ROGERS, LINDA ELLEN Class See, 4; Key-
ette 3,4; Y Club 2,3,4, Treas. 4, Sgt. at Arms 3;
Hi Tide 1,2; French Club 3,4, Veep 4; Latin Club 3;
Annual Staff 4; Intramural 1,2,3, Basketball 1,2;
NHS 3,4.


Page Twenty-Nine







SENIOR DIRECTORY


ROHN, DARRELL GENE
12th; Basketball 4; Baseball 4.


Entered 2nd Sem.


ROWE, ROBERT ROGER Entered llth; Chor-
us 3; Operetta 3; Football 4.

ROWLISON, RAY RAYMOND Stu. Coun.
4; Key Club 3,4; Operetta 1,2; Football 3; Track
1,2,3,4, Keystone Conf. Record; French Club 3;
NHS 4.

SADLER, EUGENE ISTED Class Pres. 1,2,
3, Veep 1,2; St. Coun. 1,2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,4,
Treas. 3, Veep 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, All Area 2,3,
4, All Conf. 2,3,4, All State 4, Player of Yr. 4;
Baseball 1,4; Track 2; Latin Club 2; NHS 3,4;
Boys State; Tri-Capt. 4.

SAXON, COLE LIVINGSTON Entered 10th;
Operetta 4; Thespians 2,3,4; All Area Football 4,
Keystone Conf. 4; Hi Tide 4.

SCHWEYER, REBECCA WILSON Keyette 4;
Y Club 3,4; Para-Med. 4, Hist. 4, Pres. 4; Thespians
4; Hi Tide 3; French Club 4, Hist. 4; Annual Staff
3,4, Bus. Mgr. 4; Intramural Bd. 4, Intramural 1,3,4,
Color Capt. 4, Basketball 1,3, Softball 1,3, Bad-
minton 3; Jr. Play; NHS 4; Tidal Wave 1.

SELLERS, FRANCES KATHLEEN Entered
12th; Chorus 4; HC Spon. 4.

SHIELDS, JOHN THOMAS Operetta 1,2,3,4;
Thespians 3,4; Football 2,3,4; Hi Tide; All State
Chorus.

SITES, SHARON ELEANOR Class Sec. 1,2,
Treas. 2; St. Coun. 3,4; Keyette 3,4, Hist. 3, Pres.
4; Y Club 2,3,4, Sec. 3, Treas. 3; Orch. 1,2,3,4;
HC Spon. 2; HC Chr. 4; Latin Club 2,3, Veep 3;
Intramural 2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3, Softball 1,2;
MHS 3,4; Cheerleader 3,4; B Squad 1; Tidal Wave
Ed. 1.

SMITH, FREDERICK DAILEY St. Coun. 3;
Honor Ct. 3,4; Key Club 3,4, Treas. 4; Operetta
3; Orch. 3,4; Band 1,2; Basketball 3,4; Hi Tide 3,4.


SPRINGFIELD, WORLEY THAXTON Class
Pres. 4; St. Coun. 1,2,3,4, Veep 3; Key Club 2,3,4;
Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 2; HC
Prince 3, King 4; Hi Tide 1,4; Latin Club 2,3; NHS
3,4, Treas. 4.

STANLEY, BARBARA JOAN St. Coun. 1,2,
3; Y Club 2,3,4; Operetta 1; Hi Tide 1,2,3,4; In-
tramural Bd. 4, Intramural 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,
3, Softball 1,2; B Squad Cheerleader 1.

STECKERT, MILDRED CAROLINE Y Club
2,3, Treas. 3; Operetta 1; Hi Tide 1,3; Latin Club
2,3, Treas. 3; Annual Staff 3,4, Editor 4; Intramural
1,2,3, Badminton 2; Jr. Play; Fashion Show 3;
Anchor Club 4.

STRIPLING, ROBERT OLIN, JR. St. Coun. 1;
Honor Court 2,3,4, Chancellor 3,4; Key Club 2,
3,4; Operetta 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2; Latin
Club 2; Jr. Play; NHS 3,4, Pres. 4.


STROTHER, IRMA


Chorus 1,2,3,4.


VELDINK, SANDRA EARLE Class Pres. 1,
2, Veep 1, Sec. 3; St. Coun. 1,2,4, Sec. 4; Keyette
2,3; Y Club 2,3, Chaplain 2; HC Queen 4; Hi Tide
2,3,4; Latin Club 2,3, Pres. 2; Intramural 1,2,3,4,
Basketball 1,3, Softball 2, Volleyball 1; Fashion
Show Chr. 4; NHS 3,4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Capt.
1,4.

WEBER, CAROL JEAN Entered 10th; Class
Veep 2,4, Sec. 3; Keyette 3,4, Sec. 4; Y Club 3,
4, Veep 4, Chaplain 3; Hi Tide 3,4; Latin Club
3, Sec. 3; Intramural Bd. 4, Intramural 2,3,4, Bas-
ketball 2; Fashion Show 2; NHS 3,4, Sec. 4.

WHITLEY, EDWARD JAY, JR. Entered 11th;
Class Veep 3, Pres. 4; St. Coun. 4; Key Club 3,
4; Football 3,4; French Club 3,4, Pres. 3; Jr. Play;
NHS 3,4.

WILES, DAVID KIMBALL St. Coun. 2; Honor
Court 1,3; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; French
Club 3,4, Veep 4; Jr. Play.


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JUNIORS


First Row: Carolyn Thomas, Secretary 1; Marion Stalnaker, Secretary 2;
Julie Penrod, President 2. Second Row: Robert Davis, Vice-President 2;
Robert Smith, Treasurer 2; Ralph Kephart, President 1: John LeMoyne,
Treasurer 1; Clayton Mathis, Vice-President 1.


Alden, J. Alligood, R.



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Branan, C.


Bush, G.


Ballard, J. Balyeat, S.



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Cate, C.


Clark, P.


Cooper, J. Courtney, D.



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Cunningham, C.
Decker, D.
Entrekin, N.


JUNIORS


Fulp, L.
Gertner, L.
Gillette, H.






Hansen, C.
Hare S.
Harrison, W.






Henderson, E.
Johnson, N.
Higdon, J.






Hinckley, K.
Kephart, R.
Keyworth, C.


Saji, K.
Larson, L.
Laughon, T.


Left to right, Top:
LeMoyne, J.
Marschal, L.
Mathis, C.


Left to right, Bottom:
Newman, C.
Owens, F.
Palmer, A.


McCoy, V.
Meade, G.
Morris, J.
Nail, E.


Patterson, M.
Penrod, J.
Phillips, F.
Rao, K.


&j







JUNIORS


Reed, L.
Reynolds, L.
Schouten, B.


Schmidt, A.
Sharpe, T.
Skaggs, R.





Smith, R.
Sneeringer, P.
Sobczyk, G.





Soper, V.
Squires, H.
Stalnaker, M.


Streit, A.
Strickland, B.
Storer, T.


Not Pictured
McMillan, M.


Taylor, S.
Tedder, G.
Thomas, C.


. 7


Trujillo, H.
Van Wert, B.
Wieland, R.


W\hiddon, R.
Zipperer, NM.
Schusler, E.


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Page Thr.l'-Three


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SOPHOMORES


0:
















Mary Bruce Phillips, Secretary 2; Mary Anne Buswell, Vice-President 1; Sherry
Allen, Chaplain 1, 2; Irene Bolls, Secretary 1; Marcia Mase, President 1; Eliza-
al















Allen, A. Allen, H. Allen, S. Alligood, K. Blanton, M. Blohme, B. Bolls, I.








Brewer, C. Brkic, N. Bryant, W. Buswell, M. Campen, S. Carlisle, C. Cooper, S.
/len Xhpli Lh2 rn elSceay1;Mri ae rsdn ; Eli


I






SOPHOMORES


Douglas, T.
Dupree, M.
Durrance, L.



Easter, S.
Eaton, J.
Farris, G.


Foster, A.
Francis, E.
Funk, J.


Gant, J.
Geiger, W.
Gibson, M.


Top row, left to right:
Home, L.
Hunt, S.
James, C.
Johnson, R.
Kirkpatrick, F.
Kirkpatrick, M.
Kyle, A.
Laite, R.
Bottom row, left to right:
Leighliter, L.
Lee, B.
Nail
Mase, M.
May, D.
Mitchell, L.
Moody, G.
Morgan, M.


Ginn, D.
Greer, H.
Gum, E.


Hass, G.
Hatfield, P.
Hayward, D.


Christie, R.
Deck, A.
Diggs, J.


Hellinger, N.
Henderson, B.
Hester, P.


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fa


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Georgette, J.
McDavid, A.
McGuire, M.
McMullen, J.


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ift
A


McNamara, R.
Nettles, V.
Olson, K.
Opp, J.


Orton, T.
Peterson, R.
Pinnell, P.


Phillips, M. B.
Reames, J.
Riewe, F.


Spache, P.
Stearns, M.
Streit, D.



Sullivan, L.
Turja, K.
Voight, M. B.


Williams, P.
Will, E.
Wiles, J.


Whitehouse, P.
White, S.
Weber, J.


Not Pictured
Clarke, B.
Kitchens, C.
Willis, H.
Blake, C.
Greene, C.
Palmer, K.
Storms, S.


Walkup, J.
Waldo, G.
Winsor, T.


Page Thirty-Six


SOPHOMORES






FRESHMEN


I


Mike Fordyce, President 1; Sarah Margaret
Deck, Vice-President 1; Susan McCoy, Treasurer
1; Genny Guiteras, Secretary 1. Second Row:
Leon Henderson, President 2; Elizabeth Lewis,
Vice-President 2; Genny Guiteras, Secretary 2;
Leslie Richardson, Treasurer 2.


Alden, D. Ashley, R. Bartlett, G.




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hiL~ '


Batts, L. Beard, B. Bell, G. Blanchard, C.


Brown, B. Brower, M. Bruun, B.


Bohannon, J. Brown, B.


Bush, C. Cake, M.










. aom


Caldwell, W.
Carlisle, B.
Carlisle, M.
Cellon, J.



Chappell, S.
Coke, S.
Cole, M.
Conners, D.



Cook, C.
Deck, S. M.
deTamble, J.
Windham, N.



Douglas, C.
Dunn, N.
Entrekin, W.
Wise, R.


FRESHMEN


Not Pictured
Durell, S.
Hellinger, F.
Campen, J.
Koru, D.


Page Thirty-Eight







FRESHMEN


Hoskins, M.
Hunter, B.
Johnson, A.


Jones, P.
Kennard, G.
Kimbrell, M.



Kuykendall, J.
Layfield, G.
Lewis, C.



Lewis, M.
Loften, C.
Long, D.


Top row, left to right:
Roberts, S.
Roberts, S.
Russell, A.
Savage, C.
Schweyer A.
Shirley, D.
Smith, A.
Springfield, D.

Bottom, left to right:
Stearns, J.
Strickland, J.
Thompson, M.
Tilley, S.
Tilman, E.
Twigg, J.
Ward, W. A.
Wass de Czege, G.


McCoy, S.
McCullars, B. J.
Michael, B.


Monroe, B.
Morris, S.
Mullis, L.


Nachtrieb,
Penrod, J.
Potter, E.


Patterson, G.
Richardson,L.
Richardson, L.


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EIGHTH
First Row, Left to Right: Adkins,
P.; Baker, C.; Bledsoe, D.; Babers,
C.; Block, S. E.; Booth, Y. Second
Row: Brasington, J.; Brown, M.;
Caldwell, S.; Canterbury, D.; Con-
ger, L.; Conners, J.


Diaz, A.
Diggs, H.
Dobson, B.


Drummond, J.
Dunn, L.
Dupree, J.


Eggert, L.
Eggert, L.
Esry, A.


Farris, J.
Feaster, B.
Flowers, J.


Goin, L.
Greer, R.
Hardy, A.


C


First Row: Leslie Egg-
ert, Secretary 1; Pat Mc-
Clelland, Secretary 2;
Jeannie Purser, Treas-
urer 2. Second Row: Hal


Harkness, G.
Hill, C.
Hintermister, S.
Will, C.


f


Top Row, Left to Right: Hinton, R;
Holmes, C; Hord, D; Johnson, B;
Jones, B; Justice, M. Bottom Row:
Kalway, J; Kelley, B; Kinzey, B;
Lane, S; Lassiter, B; Layfield, M.


GRADE
First Row, Left to Right: Loften,
J; Martin, S; McClane, C; McCon-
nell, J; McMillan, B; Menge, S.
Second Row: Mullen, R; Mullis, S;
Nettles, B; Newberry, T; Nickolls,
P; Olsen, B.


Diggs, President 2; Rich-
ard Waglow, President
1; Bill Feaster, Vice-
President 2.


Not Pictured
Bryant, J.
Chappell, M.
HollimVan, V.
McClellan, P.
Wilkinson, S.
Hansen, T.
Meyer, H.
Yerry, S.


Top Row, Left to Right: Stearns, R; Sterling, T;
Stone, J; Taylor, B; Trujillo, L. Bottom Row:
Trujillo, T; Trujillo, V; Waglow, R; Wells, W;
Whiddon, V.


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" wi


Olson, C.
O'Neal, P.
Orelana, T.


Phillips, L.
Powers, R.
Prevatt, C.


Purser, J.
Rappenecker, C.
Ray, C.


Reames, J.
Reynolds, B.
Richards, G.


Russell, J.
Sadler, D,
Solley, G.


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Simmons, S. E.
Stalnaker, T.
Stallings, S.


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Christie, S.
Cisne, J.
Colson, J.


Coke, E.
Cook, M.
Crosby, M. H.



Dennison, D.
Dobson, T.
Ekstrom, K.



'~ Georgette, S.
Hale, T.



Nall, N.
Hansen, R.
Hatch, I.


Harded, S.
/ Hines, R.
Hinton, C.




Top Row,
'p VS; Hoffm
L son, S; Jo


kaf p.i


now: Lo
R; Marsh
Coy, C.


SEVENTH
First Row, Left to
Right: Adams, S;
Beazlie, S; Beckwith,
C; Bill, M. L; Blan-
ton, F; Bolls, G;
Boothby, L. Second
Row: Baumstein, B.
Bowers, D; Brower,
D; Brower, M; Bus-
by, C; Campen, B;
Chotas, C; Chotas, L.


GRADE
First Row, Left to Right: Moody, L;
Nadeau, S; Noggle, J; Norden, C; Orton,
A; Olson, A. Second Row: Pierce, E;
Preston, S; Price, J; Rankin, M; Rankin,
M; Reddick, D.


C


Riggan, F.
Russell, B.
Sandefer, A.



Sawyer, R.
Sobczyk, L.
Smith, V.


Squires, B.
Stacey, J.
Stalnaker, W.


First Row: Carol McCoy,
Vice-President 2; Eleanor
Coke, Secretary 1; Suzanne
Adams, Treasurer 2; Jennie
Noggle, President 2; Linda
Lee, Treasurer, 1.


v, Left to Right: Hodsdon,
an, B; Hunnicutt, C; John-
ohnson, E; Lee L. Bottom
tt, C; Lund, M; Marcus,
all, E; Masterson, L; Mc-


9'k

),,


ck
'A't


Second Row: Freddie Vel Dink, Presi-
dent 1; Danny Dennison, Vice-Presi-
dent 1.


Stewart, R.
Taylor, A.
Thomas, R.


NOT PICTURED
Omer, G.
Siles, K.
Batey, R.
Gibbs, J.
Wunderlich, H.


Top Row, Left to Right: Vogh, R; Vick-
ers, M; Walker, W; Wallace, H; Walton,
B; Warrington, A. Bottom Row: Wer-
show,' J; White, S; Windham, J;
Wyman, S.


Tshorn, W.
Tyre, K.
Veldink, F.





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FIRST ROW, SITTING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Johnson,
N.; Clark, P.; Bartlett, C.; Reynolds, M.; Henderson,
E.; Sneeringer, P. STANDING, FIRST ROW: Allen,
S.; Deck, A.; Gertner, L.; Buswell, M. A.; Francis,
E.; Steams, M.; Lee, N.; Dupree, M.; Owens, F.


SECOND ROW, STANDING: Ginn, D.; Steckert, C.;
Hatfield, P.; Zipperer, M.; Durrance, L.; Johnson, M.;
Ballard, S.; Hack, L.; Lee, B. SPONSOR: Miss Gab-
rielson.


ANCHOR CLUB


The Anchor Club officers for the year of
1959 and 1960 are left to right Elma Hender-
son, treasurer; Nedra Johnson, Vice President;
Cornelia Bartlett, President; Pat Sneeringer, Sec-
retary.


I
























The Anchor Club led in one of our informal
meetings by our able president, Pixie Bartlett.






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The Anchor Club really got to work in this their second
year of formation. We sold T. B. (Tuberculosis) bangles, made
favors for the dinner trays at the University of Florida Medical
Center, helped with the local Cancer drive, and gave Mrs.
Atchley some much-needed assistance in our lunch room. Like
other clubs, money making projects were a vital part of our
schedule. This year the Anchor Club had a cake sale, which
proved very profitable, and a dance after one of the home
basketball games. All in all, the Anchor Club had a busy and
successful year, which was enjoyed by all the members.


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SITTING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Courtney, D.; Dunn,
D.; Hines, D.; Ashley, T.; Hare, S.; McMillan, W.
FIRST ROW, STANDING: Penrod, J.; Schweyer, B.;


Sites, S.; Bohannon, L.; Meyer, C.; Campen, S.;
Stalnaker, M. THIRD ROW: Sponsor, Mrs. Calhoun;
Spache, P.; Hord, N.; Rogers; Weber, C.; Ginn, N. J.


KEYETTE CLUB


Ol'


The Ke\ttte officers for 1959 1960 for the first
semester are, First Ros, Left to Right: Dee
Courtnev Vice President. Louisa Bohannon.
President, Nancy Jo Cinn.


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The Ke \etteiis taltd off the \e.: \Nitl,
the annual Kidriippinig Part\" 'at \liicl,
time \l c "'kidnapped n_ mniemhners .
the girls \\-rc \er\ uIrprised Mlien \re
went to the door under some feeble pretense
and after a moment said "you're a Keyette!"
after a round of picking up the other.
new members we took them to Linda Rog-
er's for a get-together and to see which
other students would be experiencing "rat-
court" and all the other interesting activities
of being initiated along with them .
The next weekend we had informal initia-
tion where skits and food were provided
the old members by the new initiates. The
following week we had a beautiful formal
initiation ceremony at the Holiday Inn after
which the "big sisters" presented the new
members with their pins to wear for a
while "All of us are Keyettes now!"
was a familiar exclamation The next
big things for the year included baskets
for needy families and caroling at the Odd-
Fellows Home at Christmas ... after Christ-
mas we gave the annual Valentine Party for
the patients at Sunland Training Center
and presented entertainment, cookies,
candy, and ice cream to them ... we came
away an enlightened group. It was soon
time for the annual State Keyette Conven-
tion in Deland Louisa Bohannon, State
Vice President, and Pam Spache, elected
new State Historian at the convention, at-
tended along with many other members of
the club the 1960-61 Convention will
be in Gainesville and we are hostesses along
with .G.H.S. Keyettes. At Easter we pre-
sented another party, this time to Astor
Cottage of Sunland Training Center and
conducted an easter egg hunt for the pati-
ents. We bought curtains for the Student
Activities Room especially enjoyed by
the Seniors helped with the Cancer
Drive, sold Sports Club tickets, and many
other things ... we've had a good year and
are looking forward to next fall, new mem-
bers, and lots of new projects!


I i;IR


Progressive Dinner ... Looks like the gals are enjoying some spagetti!


1st Course at Nancy Hord's house!


1 I.




Formal Initiation at the Holiday Inn.


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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Lastinger, L.;
Davis, S.; Gilbreath, J.; Weber, J.; Kephart, R.;
Sharpe, T.; LeMoyne, J.; Chappell, R. SECOND


p '-, -


ROW: Whitley, E. J.; Rowlison, L.; Smith, R. SPON-
SOR: Mr. Williams, Hudson, J.; Sadler, G.; Mullin,
D.; Pinnell, P. NOT PICTURED: Springfield, T.


KEY CLUB


"<1


The Key Club officers for the year 1950 and
1960 are Sponsor, Mr. Williams; Lanny Lastinger,
Secretary; Gene Sadler, Vice President; Ricky
Smith, Treasurer, John Hudson, President.






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Ib~:t~a


AT hIGHT. Jimmir Cilbr,-.:th I.l:hn Hudson
and E i Wl;titey.


SENIOR inembeis having a ball at
Thaxton Springfield's beach house on
Key Club picnic.





AT RIGHT: Don Mullin and John Hudson,
cooking "up a storm!"






"Key Swing part I and Key Swing Part
II" started out the year for the Key Club
.. these two dances added much spirit
after two home football games and were
enjoyed by all attending. During the
year we also planted pines, erected the
baseball scoreboard, and ran a booth at
the baseball games a good year, en-
joyed by all Key Clubbers. During the
District Convention Jim Weber was
elected Lieut. Governor of District V.




AT RIGHT: Lanny Lastinger, Thaxton Spring-
field, E. J., Ricky Smith and Don looks
like they're having a rousing round of foot-
ball?"





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Page Forty-Nine








4 I .'4

5l^ M.ll


FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Phillips, M. B.;
Newman, C.; Bartlett, C.; Hines, D.; Brasington, I.;
Francis, E.; Gertner, L. SECOND ROW: Courtney,
D.; Schwyer, B.; Dupree, M.; Palmer, A.; Deck, A.;
Hayward, D.; Kirkpatrick, F.; Sites, S.; Hord, N.;


Branan, C.; Clark, P. THIRD ROW: Cooper, S.; Ginn,
N. J.; Zipperer, M.; Fulp, L.; Bohannon, L.; Weber,
C.; Rogers, L.; Spache, P.; Stanley, B.; Stalnaker, M.
FOURTH ROW: Eaton, J.; Soper, V.; Johnson, N.


"Y" CLUB


This year's Y Club officers for 1959 and 1960
have done a wonderful job, they are: Elizabeth
Francis, Treas. Second; Vicki Soper, Veep Sec--
ond; Anne Deck, Sec. Second; Iris Brasington,
Chaplain, Second; Diane Hines, Pres. First;
Nedra Johnsoin Sgt. at a-nis, Second, Second
Row\, Left to Rieht: Nliss Dalsheimer. Sponsor.
Linda Rogers Treas Fiist NancI Hord, Sec.
First. Louisa Bohannon. Set at .rnms. First:
Sliaron Sites, Chaplain. First: Car-Il \\eber.
\ eep, First. IMrs. Yeattk. Spiinsir. Not pictured:
Tena Bledsoe. President.


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New members were accepted at the end of
the 59-60 year.

AT RIGHT: Diane Hines, Becky Schweyer,
Sarah Orton, Iris Brasington, Tena Bledsoe
and Vicki Soper.

















A pretty preview of the club of 60-61 in the
background. Seated at the table are Francis
Kirkpatrick and Pam Spache present members.


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"Can you work at the door this week?" "The door of
what?" "The Gym of course!" We have to see that no one
gets in the Basketball games without tickets and with drinks!"
.. "Well, I guess so What time do you want me?" "Re-
port at 6:00" "6:00!! O.K., I'll be there." This was a
familiar conversation at least twice weekly between Vicki Soper
and the members of the Y-Club. Along with helping Coach
Whittington at the doors of all the home games, decorating
and working for the Keystone Conference, and being general
aides during Basketball Season, we also gave a party for the
Shady Rest Home, had initiations and lots of fun!


Page Fifty-One


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The Honor Court, under the direction of Bob
Stripling, Chancellor for two years and often
known around P. K. as "Mr. Honor Court," has
made progress this year and continued to stress
their ideals "prevent, rather than punish
but when a reprimand is necessary, do so to
the benefit of the student." A very exciting race
for Chancellor for 1960-61 was a highlight of
the elections.


RIGHT TO LEFT: Mr. Hannun, Sponsor; Tom
Laughon, John LeMoyne, Barry Baumstein, Ricky
Smith, Dempsey Springfield, Bea Nettles, Patricia


McClellan, Becky Lee, Carolyn Beckwith,
Stripling.


Page Fifty-Two


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The Student Council had an active
year during 1959-60. An extensive ori-
entation week ended with a "Howdy
Dance" started the first semester, in-
troducing new friends to everyone. On
October 3rd, P. K. Yonge was host to the
District II Convention a successful
day of business, study and a luncheon
were enjoyed by all of the delegates.
Homecoming, a complete revision of the
Student Body constitution, election of
officers, and one of the most impressive
awards assemblies in the history of P. K.
completed the year. The officers, largely
responsible, are (R-L) Lanny Lastinger,
President; Wheety McMillan, Vice-Pres-
ident; Sandra VelDink Secretary.


SEATED, FIRST ROW: J. Noggle, G. White, C.
Chotas, C. Sites, R. Waglow, B. Hines, S. Martin.
SEATED, SECOND ROW: M. McMillan, L. Last-
inger, S. VelDink, L. Henderson. STANDING, FIRST
ROW: Mrs. Diggs, Sponsor; S. Sites, L. Bohannon, B.


Hunter, J. Penrod, M. Mase, B. Gatanis, H. Diggs,
M. B. Dobson, L. Conger, Mr. Huber, Sponsor.
SECOND ROW: N. Johnson, C. Keyworth, G. Hass,
C. Hale, L. Rowlison, H. Allen, G. Sadler, P. Jones,
S. Cooper, E. J. Whitley, W. Harrison, D. Streit.


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Page Fifty-Three


STUDENT

COUNCIL







NATIONAL

HONOR SOCIETY




At left are the National Honor Society's offi-
cers for 1960-61. They are: Polly Clark-Treas-
urer, Vicki Soper-President, Julie Penrod-Vice-
,. President, Elma Henderson-Secretary.







The officers for this year were: Bob Stripling,
President; Louisa Bohannon, Vice President;
Carol Weber, Secretary; and Thaxton Spring-
field, Treasurer.


FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Chamblin, B.; Hines, D.;
VelDink, S.; Gertner, L.; Ashley, T. SECOND ROW: Mrs.
Ingle, Sponsor; Dunn, D.; McMillan, M.; Clark, P.; Soper,
V.; Penrod, J.; Henderson, E. THIRD ROW: Bohannon,
L.; Zipperer, S.; Hack, L.; Schweyer, B.; Stalnaker, M.;


Owens. FOURTH ROW: Bledsoe, T.; Hord, N.; Ginn, N.
J.; Keyworth, C.; Sites, S.; Sneeringer, P.; Weber, C.;
Whitley, E. J. FIFTH ROW: Rogers, L.; Ballard, S.;
Springfield, T.; Sadler, G.; Stripling, B.; Mullin, D.; Rowli-
son, L.; Mounts, B.; Storer, T.







THESPIANS





THESPIAN OFFICERS 1959-60
President: Sue Ballard
Vice President: Pete Combs
Secretary: Suzanne Balyeat
Treasurer: Linda Gertner
Clerk: Marguerite McMillan
Sponsor: Mrs. H. A. Diggs


FIRST ROW: Carole Newman, Tommy Storer, Suzanne
Balyeat, Linda Gertner, Marguerite McMillan, Sue Ballard,
Pete Combs, Mrs. Diggs, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Jay


Cooper, Sadie Hare, Mildred Hare, Cynthia Keyworth,
Dadya Hellinger, Sonny Saxon, Tena Bledsoe. NOT PIC-
TURED: Keith Fulp, Tom Shields.







CAMERA

CLUB






The members of the Camera Club have used
many students as subjects for pictures. This one
of Dave promises to have good line and com-
position.


CAMERA CLUB MEMBERS ARE: Dr. Krebs, Sponsor; James Russell, Robert Davis, Richard
Laite, Ronnie Christie, Fred Riewe. The picture was taken by George Waldo, who was a
great help to our annual this year.


Page Fifty-Six


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PARA-MEDICAL

CLUB


Mrs. Palmer, Sponsor; Kenny Palmer, Becky Schweyer, Bob Justiss, Iris Brasington, Martha
Blanton, Judy Georgette, Truman Winsor.


A newly formed organization at P. K., the Para-Medical
Club, was organized for the purpose of furthering interest among
P. K. Yonge student's in Medicine and the Medical Arts. Speak-
ers, a visit to the Medical Gardens, and films were highlights
for the year.







PRESIDENT FIRST SEMESTER:
Bob Justiss ._
PRESIDENT SECOND SEMESTER:
Becky Schweyer


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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Schweyer, B;
Steckert, C; McMillan, W; Clark, P.; Zipperer, S.
SECOND ROW: Hines, D.; Rogers, L.; Brasington,


I.; Schweyer, A.; Bartlett, C.; Hannon, J.; Ballard,
S.; Wise, B.; Ashley, T. THIRD ROW: Curry, R.;
Miss Davis, Mr. Hannun, Sponsors.


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Carol Steckert, Editor; Cornelia Bartlett, Co-Editor. SECOND ROW:
Mr. Hannun, Business Sponsor; Becky Schweyer, Business Manager;
Peter Combs, Business Manager; Miss Davis, Sponsor.


Page Fifty-Eight







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Carol, Pixie, and Richard find that it takes
more than wishes to produce an Annual.
George Waldo taking the pictures so not shown.


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We worked in the refreshment booth for all
football and basketball games, to earn money
for the annual.


Page Fifty-Nine


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Football season was brightly accompanied this I
year by the attendance of the P. K. Yonge Band
at almost every game. After Football season we I -
participated in the University of Florida Home- I
coming Parade, and appeared in Christmas Par- P
ades in Gainesville and Ocala. We also appeared
in the Azalea Festival Parade in Palatka. Along I
with several concerts presented to the elemen-
tary grades, high school, and city, the band pre-
pared for District Contest and went to.Fernan- -
dina Beach for an over night trip. Several en- -
sembles and solos received Superior at District
Contest and went to State Contest in Gaines-
ville. Along with the chorus, and orchestra, I
the band went to Jacksonville Beach where we
presented the annual concert and enjoyed the
beach!
OFFICERS: Don Mullin, Captain; Tom Bostick,
Drum Major; Willis Harrison, Sharon Howell,
Karen Olson, and David Streit.

THE P.K. YONGE MARCHING BAND. N. Baggar-
ly, Directors, Tom Bostick, Drum Major.


Page Sixty









ORCHESTRA


THE P. K. YONGE ORCHESTRA IN CONCERT


FLUTES
Elizabeth Francis
Karen Olson

OBOES
Nancy Hord
Marguerite McMillan

CLARINETS
Don Mullin
Miles Patterson
Julie Penrod
Terry Ashley


STRING BASS
Freida Hindman
Margaret Dupree
Sherry Roberts
Roys Peterson
BASS
Sharon Howell
BASSOON
Bob Justiss
Paige Hatfield
PERCUSSION
Fred Riewe


VIOLINS
Robert Mounts
Concert Master

Ardy Streit
Carol Meyer
Sharon Sites
Marjorie Zipperer
Carolyn Thomas
Mary Stems
Elma Henderson
Shannon Menge
Sara Caldwell
Tessa Orellana
Linda Coin


TRUMPETS
David Decker
Ricky Smith
David Streit
FRENCH HORN
Harry Squires

BARITONE
Vicki Soper
TROMBONE
John Twigg


Perry Adams, Conductor and Director.


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CHORUS AND

GIRLS GLEE CLUB


FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Adams, Sponsor,
Chamblin, Reed, Graham, Larson, Newman, Sellers, Eggert,
Eidsness, Kennard, Douglas, Geiger, Orton, Hatfield, John-
son, Hack. SECOND ROW: Strother, Van Wert, Francisco,



FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Gracy, S.; Cook, C.;
Steams, M.; Chappell, S.; Thompson, M.; Hindman, F.;
Hannon, J. SECOND ROW: Esry, A.; Holliman, V.; Hare,


Phillips, Williams, Spache, Diggs, Bledsoe, Owens, Reynolds,
Stalnaker, Brkle, Thomas. THIRD ROW: Bryant, Morgan,
Geiger, Marschal, Shields, Strickland, Saxon, Dunn, Squires,
Whitehouse, Latimer, Gant.




S.; Lane, S.: Nichols, D.; Holmes, C. THIRD ROW: Mc-
Clellan, F.; Schwyer, A.; Bryant, J.; Windom, D.; Russell,
A.; Dupree, M.







"LOVE FROM JUDY"








This year's operetta "Love From Judy," perhaps
better known as "Daddy Long Legs," was one
of the best in the history of the P. K. Yonge
Chorus under the direction of Mr. Perry Adams.
Joan Eidsness and Louie Latimer carried the
leads with tremendous ability and skill. With
the help of a cast made up of the entire
chorus, the operetta was enjoyed by both the
audience and the actual cast and crew.
Photo on the right is of Joan and Louie dur-
ing one of the emotional scenes in the operetta.
The picture below was taken at the curtain
call.










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FOOTBALL


1959-1960 SCHEDULE


Fernandina
Madison
Starke
Macclenny
Perry
Live Oak
Green Cove Springs
Bolles
Santa Fe


Individual honors for the players: Charles
Layfield, All-Area; All-Conference; All-State,
North Squad; Team Captain; Hororable Men-
tion-All Amer. Sonny Saxton, Sun All-Area, 3rd
Team; All-Conf. Ralph Kephart, All-Conf.; Hon-





FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Orton, T.; Streit, D.;
Gant, J.; Home, L.; Weber, J.; Streit, A.; Strickland, J.
SECOND ROW: Layfield, C.; Bohannon, J.; Jones, P.; Mc-
Guire, M.; Kuykendall, J.; Douglas, T.; Mathis, C. THIRD
ROW: Bostick, J.; Rowe, B.; Whitley, E. J.; Stripling, B.;


orable Mention All-Area. John Hudson, Bob
Rowe, Bob Stripling, Thaxton Springfield and
Clayton Mathis received Honorable Mention
All-Area.






Marschal, L.; Newman, B.; Wiles, D.; Greer, H. FOURTH
ROW: Springfield, T.; Richards, M.; Hudson, J.; Bell, D.;
Shields, T.; English, P.; Saxon, S. MANAGERS: Bob Mul-
lin and Dick Hord. HEAD FOOTBALL COACH: Carrol W.
McDonald.


9/18
9/25
10/2
10/16
10/23
10/30
11/6
11/13
11/20


K. Yonge
K. Yonge
K. Yonge
K. Yonge
K. Yonge
K. Yonge
K. Yonge
K. Yonge
K. Yonge


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on our football field.


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PICTURED PLAYERS, LEFT
TO RIGHT, TOP: Dwight
Bell, G.; Mike McGuire, T.;
Ardy Streit, G.; Phillip English,
G. BOTTOM: David Streit, G.;
Phil Jones, T.; Clayton Mathis,
T.


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CENTERS
Howarl Greer and
Bob Stripling









PICTURED ENDS, LEFT TO
RIGHT: Red Richards, Sonny Saxon,
"Bubba" Newman, and Ted Orton.


LEFT TO RIGHT: Jackie Gant, B.;
David Wiles, T.; Charles Layfield,
B.; Ted Douglas, B.; Larry Marschal,
B.; Johnny Kuykendall, B.; and Bob
Rowe, Back.


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PRACTICE SHOT: Coach McDonald
watches as the team tackles the
dummy.







BASKETBALL

1959-60 SCHEDULE


P.K.Y.
P.K.Y.
P.K.Y.
P.K.Y.
P.K.Y.
P.K.Y.
P.K.Y.
P.K:Y.
P.K.Y.
P.K.Y.
P.K.Y.
P.K.Y.
P.K.Y.
P.K.Y.


We They
Bronson 57 47
Lake Weir 75 46
North Marion 94 29
Fernandina 82 44
Williston 64 34
Santa Fe 71 42
Seabreeze 60 71
Bradford 67 2S
Green Cove Spgs. 77 34
Williston 66 35
Live Oak 64 39
Haines City 86 63
Bradford 65 20
Perry 71 61


The P. K. Yonge basketball team finished
this season with a fine record of 22 wins and
only 3 losses the boys also made 1724
points for P.K. and gained our third consecu-
tive KEYSTONE CONFERENCE TOURNA-
MENT victory. We won the Group II Tourna-
ment and advanced to the semi-finals of the State
Tournament something P. K. can be proud
of for a long time.
The boys on the team worked very hard as
is shown by our fine record and they received


We They


2/11-13 P.K.Y. vs. Keystone Conf.
Champions
2/16 P.K.Y. vs. Santa Fe*
2/19 P.K.Y. vs. Seabreeze
2/23 P.K.Y. vs. Ocala
2/26 P.K.Y. vs. Live Oak
3/2-5 P.K.Y. GROUP II CHAMPS
P.K.Y. vs. Live Oak
P.K.Y. vs. Starke
P.K.Y. vs. Perry
3/9-11 STATE TOURNAMENT
P.K.Y. vs. Auburndale
P.K.Y. vs. Chipley


many honors. Harold Clark, Gene Sadler, and
Lanny Lastinger, the tri-captains, all made "All
Keystone Conference," "All Area by the Gaines-
ville Sun," "All District Tournament," and "All
State Tournament." The three will play in the
All State game on August 6th. Gene was also
recognized as being the outstanding player in
the Gainesville area and in his four years of
Basketball for P. K., made 1472 points! We could
never have done it without Coach Whittington!


LEFT TO RIGHT: Bohannon, J.; Douglas, T.; Mathis, C.; Rohn, D.; Sadler, G.; Clark, H.;
Springfield, T.; Smith, R.; Mullin, D.; Laughon, T.; Turja, K.; Lastinger, L. NOT PICTURED:
Edward Tillman.


12/1
12/4
12/8
12/11
12/15
1/5
1/8
1/12
1/15
1/19
1/22
1/29
2/2
2/5
























The Keystone Conference champions look at their
trophy with Coach Whittington.


RICKY SMITH


THAXTON SPRINGFIELD


GENE SADLER


DON MULLIN


HAROLD CLARK, and
LANNY LASTINGER; The
tall and the Short on our team.


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The basketball team was successful in.the state tour-
nament and reached the semi-finals in group A com-
petition. Congratulations on a fine and successful year.


Page Sixty-Nine

































Make a basket


Who gets it?


"B-SQUAD" BASKETBALL TEAM- Curt James, Howard Greer, Chuck Cunningham,
Mike McGuire, Paige Pinnell, Dempsey Springfield, Phil Jones, Joe Bohannon, Vie Nettles,
Jimmy Weber, Mike Hoskins, Veto Trujillo, and Robin Bartlett.











1959-60-SCHEDULE
3/25 Santa Fe 11 P. K.
3/29 at Palatka 8 P. K.
4/1 at Green Cove Springs 1 P. K.
4/5 Green Cove Springs 0 P. K.
4/8 Palatka 5 P. K.
4-12 Starke 6 P. K.
4/14 Live Oak 4 P. K.
4/19 Starke 2 P. K.
4/26 Santa Fe 6 P. K.
4/29 Live Oak 5 P. K.


The baseball team won the Keystone Con-
ference Championship this year. They were
runner-up for first place in the Sub-Group Tour-
nament, and went to the Group Tournament,









FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Lastinger, L.; Gilbreath,
J.; Layfield, C.; Bratcher, L.; Wiles, J.; Wiles, D.; Hansen,
R. SECOND ROW: Streit, D.; Jones, P.; Marschal, L.;


only to lose the first game to Dunnellon. In-
dividual honors for the players: Lanny Las-
tinger, Charles Layfield and Larry Bratcher re-
ceived All-Conference.









Mullin, D.; Sadler, G.; Hudson, J.; Kuykendall, J.; Mathis,
C.; Coach Hoskins.


BASEBALL


Yonge
Yonge
Yonge
Yonge
Yonge
Yonge
Yonge
Yonge
Yonge
Yonge


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it is a ball John will catch it.

















Jimmy Gilbreath shows how to swing
a bat.


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Lanny, Larry, and Charles have done a
great deal to aid the team this year.


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Charles clears the bar by inches!


FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Henderson, B.; Opp, J.;
Foster, J.; Christie, R.; Douglas, T.; Home, L.; McCoy, V.;
Ferris, G. SECOND ROW: Dunn, N.; Justiss, B.; Strickland,


J.; Alligood, R.; Kephart, R.; Layfield, C.; Marschal, L.
THIRD ROW: Richards, M.; Rowlison, L.; McGuire, M.;
Greer, H.; Harrison, W.; Layfield, G.; Will, E.; McDonald,
C.; Coach.


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The P. K. Yonge track team has had an active
season this \ear the\ participated 1ii the
Group meet. U. of F. Relass. Placed second in
the Keystone Conference rela\s and set several
Conference records Charles L.ayfield broke
the Keystone Conference record for the broad
jump and came in second in the State meet .
Larr\ Ro\\lison broke the Conference record
for the 44-0 and the Spruit ledley Team of Ted
Doiugla. Bob Justiss. like Richards. and Larry
Ro\vlison broke the record there too! Larry also
came in first witl the 440 in the Group meet
S. seems like he's a pretty fast runner! P. K.
Yonie \\as host to an invitational track meet
at the U. of F. track and came in second there
We can well be proud of the 1960 track
team and of the boys who worked so hard to
make it a successful season.


Looks like Bobby just threw the discus!


Rowlison and Douglas running the hurdles.


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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Marcia
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Jane Diggs.


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Sharon Sites, Pam Spache, Marian Stalnaker,


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The Majorettes give an added sparkle to our band. When the band is not
marching, the majorettes play musical instruments in the concert band. N.
Baggarly, Director, V. Allen, Sponsor of Majorettes.


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NANCY HORD
Co-Head


NANCY JO GINN
Co-Head


Page Seventy-Nine







FASHION SHOW




The Fashion Show was under the able direc-
tion of Mrs. Ingle, who is also head of the entire
Home Economics department at P. K. Mrs. Ingle
has been producing excellent shows for several
years now, and will continue to do so in the
future, we hope!


The Fashion Show Chairman Sandra VelDink
did a wonderful job this year. Her white evening
dress shows beautifully Sandra's talent in sew-
ing.


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Sarah, Dena, and Margaret have worked very
hard to make their dresses for the Fashion
Show.Very nice!


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"THE MATCHMAKER"

"The Matchmaker," by Thornton Wilder, was
a big success and enjoyed by the cast and crew
as well as the audience. The Juniors were very
fortunate in having Mr. Robert A. Keyworth of
the University as director and advisor during
the selection of the "proper play."

THE CAST
HORACE VANDERGELDER .. Tommy Storer
AMBROSE KEMPER ........ John LeMoyne
JOE SCANLON ........... Ralph Kephart
GERTRUDE ............. Carolyn Thomas
CORNELIUS HACKL ........ Robert Davis
ERMENGARDE ............. Linda Gertner
MALACHI STACK ............ Ric Weiland
MRS. LEVI .... .... Marguerite McMillan
BARNABY TUCKER ......... Richard Curry
MRS. MOLLOY ............ Carole Newman
MINNIE FAY .............. Suzanne Balyeat
A CABMAN ................ Garret Sobczyk
RUDOLF ........ ..... .. Willis Harrison
AUGUST ................... Harry Gillette
MISS FLORA VAN HUYSEN .... Polly Clark
HER COOK ......... ...... Faye Owens
STUDENT DIRECTOR .... Julie Penrod
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR .. Marjorie Zipperer
Marion Stalnaker
ADVISORS .. Mrs. Calhoun, Mrs. Keyworth,
Mr. Hannum, Mr. Land


"When a man at your time of life calls four times on an
attractive widow like that-and sends her a pot of
geraniums, that's practically an engagement!"


CURTAIN CALL


Page Eighty-One




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A motif of top hat and gloves, and Cham-
pagne glasses, surrounded these Freshmen and
their dates at the annual Freshman Hop. Guess
they'll be looking forward to the Sophomore
Hop next year!


FRESHMAN HOP


SOPHOMORE HOP


The Sophomore frolics was the first one in
many years at P. K., and was enjoyed by all
who attended; Jane Ralph, Sherry, and Jack
look as if they are having a wonderful time,
so does every one else!


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HOMECOMING

SICharles is running for the only T.D. of the
Homecoming game. We lost a hard fought heart-
S breaker to MacClenny, 20 to 7, the boys played
a good game and we are proud of them.
Our Homecoming court was right to left; San-
B dra VelDink, Queen; Gene Sadler, Attendant;
Nancy Hord, Attendant, Darleen Dunn, At-
S tendant; Lanny Lastinger, Attendant; Julie Pen-
''rod, Princess. Not pictured: Thaxton Spring-
field, King; Tom Laughon, Prince.





The Homecoming sponsors .-
chosen from the Core classes
by the football team, this
year are: LEFT TO RIGHT:
Susan Easter, 10th; Kathy
Sellers, 12th; Carolyn
Thomas, 11th.







BEST ALL AROUND
Sandra VelDink
Thaxton Springfield




MOST INTELLECTUAL
Terry Ashley
Ricky Smith


GIRLS STATE
Louisa Bohannon


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MOST TALENTED
Louise Hack
Sonny Saxon




MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Louisa Bohannon
Bob Stripling








MOST DEPENDABLE
Carol Weber
E. J. Whitley




MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT
Diane Hines
Lanny Lastinger


Superlatives


BOYS STATE
Gene Sadler


FRIENDLIEST
Darlene Dunn
"Bubba" Newman


OUTSTANDING IN ATHLETICS
SENIOR GIRL-Sarah Orton
FOOTBALL-Charles Layfield
BASKETBALL-Gene Sadler
BASEBALL-Larry Bratcher
TRACK-Larry Rowlison


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GRAIUATION


A very enlightening speech by Rev. Thaxton
Springfield aptly entitled "Frontiers for Fresh-
men" was presented as the Baccalaureate sermon
on Sunday, June 5th, in our auditorium. John
Hudson, Carol Weber, and Joan Eidsness par-
ticipated in the program.













The Seniors walk down the aisle the last
time as P. K. Yonge students for many
this climaxes 13 years of study among these
halls, for others, only a few. Julie and Polly
led the procession Clayton, Ralph, Tom,
and John ushered our friends and parents to
their seats ..


Seniors stand as they walk that last mile .
to receive their well earned diplomas Mr.
Turner and Dr. Myers presented the envelopes
.. (we got our certificates of graduation upon


the return of our robes!) .. Each of us watched
as fellow classmates crossed the stage the
last time we will all be together the P. K.
Yonge Graduating Class of 19601














Faculty members enjoying the reception af-
ter graduation sponsored by the P.T.A. .. the
patio was a mass of well-wishing individuals
congratulating the graduates ... a happy future
to you all!


Very fine speeches, presented by Bob, Louisa,
Lanny, Thaxton, Dean White, and introduced
by Nancy Jo were the highlights of the Gradua-
tion exercises. They were directed toward the
clars with insight into the future and cited
examples from the past 'We are in an
everchanging world and you are the future lead-


Darlene Dunn, a student at P.K. for four
years, has just crossed the stage and is receiv-
ing her diploma from Dr. Myers Thaxton
and Nancy look on ... their turn has past.








ers of this world what you and your gen-
eration do can make or break the nation!"
was familiar "food for thought" not much
longer and the seniors will (we hope), remem-
ber P.K. as a bright spot in their past which
prepared them for a brighter spot in the future!






"AN ARABIAN


NIGHT"


An exotic Arabian Night complete with
Aladdin was enjoyed by everyone attend-
ing entrance through a gaily draped tent,
service by Arabian maidens, and music by the
Master Sounds entertainment by modern
dancers and the Cat's Meow were all combined
to make the 1960 Jr.-Sr. Prom one of the best
ever!


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Barbara and Charlie


Ch:Irleiie and Larry


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