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Group Title: Yongester
Title: Yongester. 1964
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Title: Yongester. 1964
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Language: English
Creator: P.K. Yonge Laboratory School
Publisher: P.K. Yonge Laboratory School
Publication Date: 1964
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    Title Page
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    Table of Contents
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Members of the Faculty Central Committee meet to discuss school policy

Mr. Robert O. Turner, Principal


Dr. J. B. Hodges, Director

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"A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where
his influence stops."
Henry Brooks Adams

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Page 7

LIFE ...


Homecoming Court, 1963. left: Queen
Betsy McMillan and King Bill Feaster
reign graciously over Hi-Tide. The
faces of Princess Carolyn Beckwith
and Steve Tuttle (right) reflect the
gaiety of Homecoming spirit.

Court Members Leslie Eggert and
brother Lee (left) and Helen Walkup
and George Solley wave to the crowds
during the. pregame parade.

Page 13



Scenes from Hi-Tide: John
Weigman and Don Luca in
one of .t h e i r hillarious
sketches: the New Guineas
looking for a "cook-pot"; the
Gronkies, creatures who live
in Citizen's Field and fix foot-
ball games; Captain Kangaroo
introducing "Snow-terrez and
the Eleven Dwarfs"; and the
singing, swinging, "Hit and
Three Misses".

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"History Told of Blue Waves
Bold" was the theme chosen for
Homecoming '63. The excitement
and anticipation grew each day
of Homecoming week: Dress-up
Day, Blue and White Day, "Beat
Bolls" Day, and Whisper Day.
Thursday night's traditional Hi-
Tide was said to be the best ever
presented. The assembly on the
day of the game included a speech
by Coach Gutierrez, the introduc-
tion of the three lovely Homecom-
ing sponsors, Beth Duerloo, Chris-
tine Clymore, and Karen Mickler,
(Pictured in box at the game) a
stirring performance by the band
and majorettes, and wild, spirited
cheers from the cheerleaders and
Finally it was kick-off time,.
and the Blue Waves came off the
field with a 39-0 victory over Bol-
les Academy. Then we all went
to the Victory Dance, and Home-
coming '63 was pronounced an
outstanding success.

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A-Squad Cheerleaders, left to right: Sue Baker, Helen Walkup, Kathy Sites, Anne
Warrington, Leslie Eggert, Anne Sandefer, Janis Loften, Betsy McMillan, Captain.

B-Squad Cheerleaders, left to right: Marjo Scarborough, Leslie Elliot, Elizabeth
Solley, Pam Feaster, Joan Bradbury, Marsha Hoskins.

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BAND Under the able direction of Mr. N. P. Baggerly, Band Captain Richard
Hord, Drum Major Trantham Whitley, and all the other hard-working
officers, the band has vigorously backed the Blue Waves at every game.
The biggest projects they undertook this year were hosting the District
Band Contest and earning money to finance their new uniforms.

Majorettes, left to right: Cynthia Babers, Co-head; Janice Stone, Joan Hindman, Robin Richards, Sandy
Sadler, Shirley Beasley, Susan Erb, Linda Lastinger, Carol Taylor, Marteen Layfield, Co-head.

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The Fighting Blue Waves finished the
best season since 1952 with a 7-1-2 record
and a bid to the Pine Tree Bowl in Perry.
Coach Guiterrez and all the boys worked
hard to fulfill their promise of "Bringing
back the good ole' days."


Orange Park
Fernandiana Beach
North Marion
Bolls Academy
Lyman, Longwood
Admiral Farragut
Florida High
Green Cove Springs
Santa Fe

25 7
6 6
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6 6

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The 1963 Blue Waves, Ist row: Tom Hansen, Covey Johnston, V. G. Hodsdon,
Tommy Stalnacker, Joe Reames, Co-captain George Solley, Harold Trujillo. 2nd
row: Steve Twedell, Danny Dennison, Lee Chotas, Steve Tuttle, Ronny Greer, Mac
Johnson, Tony Trujillo. 3rd row: Kevin Fitzpatrick, Co-captain Tom Newberry.
Charles Ray, Lee Eggert. Jerry Snyder, Ricky Waglow.

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Page 24

The 1963 B-Squad Football Team, 1st row: Billy Ganong, Bill Enneking, John
Marvel, Wilshire Walkup, Kenny O'Steen, Marell Tyre, Walter Stalnacker, and
Alberto Antiga. 2nd row: Jack Nettles, Gerry Tew, Jack Dennison, Ben Campen,
Randy Orton, Coley Goin, Bill Hiers. 3rd row: Sam Wester, Mike Whaley, Steve
McGuire, Mac Johnson, Whit Springfield, and Danny Trujillo.


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B-SQUAD BASKETBALL TEAM, 1st Row: John Wells, Bill Hiers, Ronnie Rodgers,
Mac Johnson, Mike Snyder. 2nd Row: V. G. Hodsdon, Bill Tschorn, Ray Bryant, Trant-
ham Whitley, Marell Tyre, Barry Baumstein.

A-SQUAD BASKETBALL TEAM, Ist Row: Bobby Hines, Steve Tuttle, John Wieg-
man, Jerry Snyder, Harold Trujillo. 2nd Row: Danny Dennison, Covey Johnston, Ron-
nie Greer, Ronnie Koru, Bill Feaster. 3rd Row: Robert Stearns, Coach Hoskins, Chick
Hinton. Managers: Vance Johnston, David Dobson.


1st Row: Tommy Stalnaker, Rusty Marcus, Rick Waglow, Robert Stearns, Mac Johnson, Ted Han-
sen, Manager. 2nd Row: John Wiegman, Bill Enneking, Ronnie Rodgers, George Solley, Danny
Dennison, Tom Dobson, Cy Lott.

Santa Fe
Orange Park
Santa Fe
Clay County
Green Cove
Orange Park
Sub Group Tournament
Group Tournament
Regional Tournament
State Tournament

O.K. boys put it to 'em!

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Ist Row: Tommy Stalnacker, V. G. Hodsdon, Bobby McGraw, Wilshire Walkup, Tim Sterling, Steve
MacGuire, John Marvel, Jimmy Thompson, Don Luca. 2nd Row: Coley Goin, Charles Ray, John Wells,
Jody Munden, Whit Springfield, Danny Trujillo, Frank Jones, James Stacy, Bill Hiers, Walter Stal-
nacker. 3rd Row: Coach McGill, Ronnie Greer, Covey Johnston, Lee Eggert, Richard Hinton, Tom
Newberry, Ronnie Koru, Marell Tyre, Bill Tschorn, Barry Baumstein, Jonny Wershow, Bobby Hines,
Harold Trujillo.


P. K. Yonge's Mathematics Department includes: General Math,
Elementary Algebra, Enriched Algebra, Geometry, Intermediate
Algebra and Trigonometry, Advanced Algebra and Geometry, and
for those wishing to further their studies (believe it or not!) an ad-
vanced course is offered at the University of Florida.
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This year the Science department has offered the standard courses of Biology, Chem-
istry, and Physics in a new way, with new methods and materials. The students have
found them quite challenging (or, to quote a certain science teacher, they're "hairy"),
and B.S.C.S., CHEM Study, and P.S.C.S. are frequently heard in conversations.
Something new was added this year for some Senior Science students; under an ex-
perimental Science grant, they were able to go over to the University several times a
week to do lab work in their fields of interest With the help of Science Professors.

Page 31



Girls learn to sew and cook in
Home Economics classes, but that's
not all. Personal relationships with-
in the family, home nursing, child
care, home planning, financing, dec-
orating and furnishing, and food man-
agement all help P. K. Yonge girls
to grow into confident and capable
young women.

The annual Fashion Show, this
year entitled "Fashions to Spy at
P.K.Y.", climaxed the study of groom-
ing, costume design, and clothing con-


-" The Business Education De-
partment o f f e r s classes in

R"' Typing, Shorthand, Bookkeep-
ing, and Business English and
This year they sponsored a
School Store, selling various

school supplies and paperback

books. The department has

also been in charge of the

"Lost and Found" and the Ob-

S- servation Slips.
Steno-pool was organized to

ease the typing load on the


This was the first year that

S_ the Diversified Cooperative
Training course was offered

at P. K. Yonge. This program
g a v e qualified students a

chance to learn a vocation of

their choice through on-the-
job training for half of the

school day. High school credits
were earned, and the students

were paid the same wage as
beginning employees. in the
same occupation. (Remember
that first pay check?)


"Hablo, hablas, hablat ."

"Little boxes, in the French
Class, Little boxes made of
ticky-tacky ."

"Mais oui, Monsieur, un bon
diner pour vous!"


"O4e may do whatever one likes in Art; the only thing is, to make sure
that one does like it."
Robert Browning
"Art is man's nature; nature is God's art."
Philip James Bailey

Page 35


Seniors face the future with great expectations.

"We hold these truths to be self-evident ."

Page 36


"And then the wicked queen gave Snow White the poison apple ....."

Mr. Murphy and Tony Trujillo inspect materials designed
to develop rapid reading.

Page 37



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Love is eternal.

OPERETTA .... "Brigadoon" was presented on March 13th and 14th, stealing the
hearts of the P. K. Yonge students and the Gainesville public. This was the major pro-
ject of the chorus. Mr. Edward Carwithen, choral director, Mrs. Alice Swanson, and
Mr. Alan Kirk helped the students along and polished the show to the gem that it was.
Brigadoon is a magic town, discovered by two American tourists when they get lost
while on a grouse hunt in Scotland. Joe Reames and Walter Comerford handled those
roles, and Sharon O'Steen played the part of Fiona. Other chorus members in the cast
were Linda Moody, Stephen Carr, Kenny O'Steen, Jack Cushman, Tom Hansen, Jean
Webb, Cecelia Norden, Tom Latimer, Ted Hansen, and Mike Justiss.

"You mean, if we get mar-
ried I can't ever leave this



Kreton --__------------------- Fred Veldink
Roger Spelding ---------- Lee Chotas
Ellen Spelding -- -- Candy Chotas
Reba Spelding --------------Cecelia Norden
Conrad Mayberry -____-- Norman Reynolds
General Powers ---------- Ronnie Sawyer
Aide -------------------Henry Wunderlich
WAC Lieutenant ---------------- Linda Lee
M.P. ----------------------_ Linda Moody
Delton 4 --------------------James Stacey
Television Personnel ____ Tom Dobson, Robin
Richards, Tom Hansen, Rusty Marcus
Director: Gerald Jones
Student Director: Genie White
Set Designer: Jerry Rhodes
Sponsors: Mrs. Calhoun, Mrs. Crockett,
Mr. Sowers

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Katrin __- -__ ---__ Jeanie Purser
Mama ---- ------_________ Susan Lane
Papa -------- -_-___ Bill Wells
Dagmar --- ------------- Peggy Adkins
Christine--------------- Karen Mickler
Mr. Hyde _____________________ Don Luca
Nels -- -----_____ --------Hal Diggs
Aunt Trina -------------__ Bea Nettles
Aunt Sigrid -- -------- __ Cynthia Hill
Aunt Jenny ----_-_______- Sharon O'Steen
Uncle Chris -- -- --_ George Solley
Jessie ----------------------Jayne Everett
Mr. Thorkelson _____________ David Bledsoe
Dr. Johnson __________________Joel Reames
Arne -------_____-___ Gary Richards
A Nurse --------_ Mary Schwartz
Another Nurse ---_________ Janis Loften
Soda Clerk --------------- Bill Feaster
Madeline -- -------------Helen Walkup
Dorothy Schille ------------ Diane Davis
Florence Dana Moorhead -- Barbara Johnson
Bell-boy ---------------- Mike Justiss
Scrubwoman ---------_ Betsy McMillan

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1st Row: Betsy McMillan, Bill Feaster, John Flowers, Lee Eggert. 2nd Row: Mike Murphy, Andy Tay-
lor, Kent Bergh, Gary Richards, Jerry Snyder, Bobby Hines, Josephine Bryant, Sharon Preston, Jean
Noggle. 3rd Row: Ronnie Greer, Barbara Johnson, Linda Lastinger, Elizabeth Solley, Bea Nettles, Joan
Bradbury, Debbie Bowers. 4th Row: Todd Landsman, Don Boardman, Wilshire Walkup, Steve Mc-
Guire, John Mahon, Joe Boyles, Cindy Baumstein, Bill Newberry, Luly Allen, Tom Carr, Linsey Mick-
ler, Cheryl Wallace, Joanna Salter, Bobbie Colson, Louetta Kidd.



With the help of Sponsors Mrs.
Diggs and Mr. Hartsough, the Stu-
dent Council kept busy all year with
projects and activities. School spirit
was promoted (motorcades, busses to
games, HOMECOMING); Relation-
ships with other high schools in the
area were improved through joint
meetings; there were Thanksgiving
baskets and Dance Policy debates
and the P. K. Yonge Exposition, and
some of the representatives found
time to attend conventions and stu-
dent council workshops!

Lee Eggert, Vice-President; Bill Feaster, President;
Betsy McMillan, Secretary; John Flowers, Treasurer.

Page 42

1st Row: Iwana Dale, Carolyn Beazlie, Peggy Adkins, Cynthia Babers, Cecilia Nor-
den, Susan Erb. 2nd Row: Paul Kidd, Mr. Altieri, Sponsor; Dickie Hord, Rusty Mar-
cus, Craig Hammond, Bill Wynne.

Dickie Hord, Chancellor; Peggy Adkins, Clerk.



The Honor Court has served
very effectively, both in acquaint-
ing the student body, especially
the junior high, with its purposes,
and in handling its cases. The
members of the Honor Court feel
that the student body has coop-
erated well with the ideals and
functions of the Honor Court.

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ist Row: Bill Wells, Dickie Hord. Sharon Preston. 2nd Row: Rusty Mar-
cus, Genie White, Bob Mullin, James Stacey, Todd Landsman, Mrs. Allen,


The Para Medical is organized
to acquaint students with the
various health and medical fields
in which they can serve.
Girls work in the Alachua Gen-
eral Hospital under Supervision.
They assist the nurses bathe and
feed patients, change beds and
diapers, and run errands.

1st Row: Cecilia Norden, mina wmtddon, Marteen Layfield, Ei-
leen Marshall. 2nd Row: Carol McNamara, Jackie Kalway,
Pharlee Decker, Candy Hunt, Elizabeth Solley, Joan Booth. 3rd
Row: Joan Hindman, Beth Deurloo, Leslie Elliot. Sandy Sadler,
Pam Feaster, Beverly Wynne, Susan Eastep, Kathy Graham,
Yvonne Booth, Judy Lee, Anne Raughley.

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The Thespians have pur-
sued their interest in dra-
matics this year by attend-
ing p a y s and learning
about the theatre. They'll
remember t h e i r Home-
coming skit, and the Thea-
tre Workshop at the U. of
F., and celebrating Wil-
liam Shakespeare's 400th
birthday, and spring initi-
ation with G.H.S. it
was a good year.

1st Row: Judy Whiddon, Kent Bergh, Genie Remillet, Neil Comerford,
Susan Lane, Marjorie Ellis. 2nd Row: Jean Webb, Mary Schwartz, Diane
Fleischer, Mary Vough, Bonnie Enneking, Cindy Baumstein.


Jan Hennesy, Pam Reaves, Jeff Noble, James Stinson, and Jonathan Parramore, in
a scene from "The Ugly Duckling".

Yonge Players a newly formed dramatics club at P. K. Its open to
students in the 4th through the 8th grades.

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Five students from Columbia paid
a two-week visit to our community
this year. Spanish Club students serv-
ed as hosts, and everyone welcomed
them in classes and community activi-
ties. The amigos "liked it here", and
left with promises to come back to
see us. (Or maybe we'll go see them


This was a productive year for "Le
Circle Francaise". We enjoyed inter-
esting speakers, and PARTIES: the
Catherinettes party, when every one
made an elaborate hat, and Twelfth
Night, when Pam Matson and Guy
Omer found the pea and the bean and
reigned over the festivities. They de-
lighted the entire student body with
their Christmas dinner, featuring
French cuisine and carols, and ac-
quainted them with the wonders of
the language during Foreign Lan-
guage Week.
They worked, too who can for-
aget the long hours of preparation for
French Congress, held in March at
Jacksonville University!



The year began for the Latin Club
members with Initiation (complete
with togas!) Then Saturnalia, that
joyous Roman celebration, and the
District Meeting in Jacksonville with
everything from a Mythology Contest
to a Discus Throw. Foreign Language
Week involved the Latin students (re-
member "Winniw Ill Pu"?). And with
spring came Latin Forum in Mel-
bourne and the traditional Roman


lst Row: Bea Nettles, Veep; Bill Feaster, Pres.; Josephine Bryant, Secretary; John Weigman, Treas-
urer. 2nd Row: Roberta Solt, Linda Moody, Ann Arensman, Janice Stone, Jeanie Purser, Robin
Richards, Jean Noggle, Genie White, Lynda Goin, Eileen Marshall, Karen Mickler, Helen Walkup,
Sandra Stallings, Don Luca, Gary Richards, Betsy McMillan, Candy Chotas, Linda Masterson, Suz-
anne Adams, Barbara Russell, Cecelia Norden, Anne Warrington, Deddie Bowers, Cindy Holmes,
Jayne Everett, Diane Davis, Marie Chappell, Anne Esry, Barbara Johnson, Kent Bergh, John Flow-
ers, Jerry Snyder, Tom Newberry, Lee Chotas, Jonny Wershow, Jack Cushman, Richard Hord,
James Stacy, Rusty Marcus, Robert Batey.

Boys' State Representative
John Flowers

Girls' State Representative
Bea Nettles

Page 48


Yes, there are only GIRLS on this
page, but girls as well as boys participate
in P. K. Yonge's Intramural program.
Grades 7-10 enjoyed field hockey, volley-
ball, softball, basketball, badminton, and
track and field.

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SAnchors away! Better keep
an eye on your "little sisters."


SERVICE CLUBS are an important part of school life. All new club members were
"kidnapped," then formally and informally initiated; each club worked in the concession stands dur-
ing games and attended church as a group once a month. The other activities of the club were
varied, but similar. The members worked for the school: Putting up a roster board and a clock,
making sandwiches for the train to the Pine Tree Bowl, and collecting and locating lost maga-
zines for the library. They sold dogwood trees, Christmas seals, basketball ribbons, and racing tur-
tles. They washed cars, prepared Thanksgiving baskets, adopted a needy family, and corresponded
with a Japanese club. There was fun, too: Inter-club caroling parties, Alumni teas, Mother's Day
Breakfasts, camping trips, and Senior Banquets. 1964 was a productive year for the Alichor, Inter-
act, Keyette, and Key Clubs of P. K. Yonge.

Hey, pledges caught any-
thing yet?

Key Clubbers erected
an Anchor on the hill
in front of the audi-
torium. The boys
said it weighed 3500

Members of the In-
teract Club worked
building a patio for
the school.

The Keyettes' annual
Passing of the Can-

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Raw 1: John Wiegman, Ronnie Greer, Hal Diggs, David Bledsoe, Mr. Huber,
sponsor. Row 2: Ed Johnson, Frank Bolls, Walter Stalnaker, Tommy Stal-
naker, Gary Richards, Sam Hintermister, Mike Justiss. Row 3: Frank Jones,
Mike Meeker, Jose Couret, Joe Reames, Don Luca, John Price.

Row 1: Janice Stone, Diane Davis, Sue Baker, Cindy Holmes, Josephine Bryant,
Mrs. Calhoun, Sponsor. Row 2: Sharon Preston, Susan Eastep, Linda Lee, Carolyn
Beckwith, Peggy Adkins, Karen Mickler, Jennifer Lane, Marsha Hoskins. Row 3:
Mary Helen Crosby, Penny Nickolls. Row 4: Carol Deck, Barbara Johnson, Cynthia
Hill, Marie Chappell, Schelley Smith, Sussanne Johnson, Jackie Kalway, Anne San-
derfer, Joan Bradbury. Not pictured: Sandra Stallings, Jayne Everett.


Row 1: John Wiegman, Ronnie Greer, Hal Diggs, David Bledsoe, Mr. Huber,
sponsor. Row 2: Ed Johnson, Frank Bolls, Walter Stalnaker, Tommy Stal-
naker, Gary Richards, Sam Hintermister, Mike Justiss. Row 3: Frank Jones,
Mike Meeker, Jose Couret, Joe Reames, Don Luca, John Price.

Row 1: Janice Stone, Diane Davis, Sue Baker, Cindy Holmes, Josephine Bryant,
Mrs. Calhoun, Sponsor. Row 2: Sharon Preston, Susan Eastep, Linda Lee, Carolyn
Beckwith, Peggy Adkins, Karen Mickler, Jennifer Lane, Marsha Hoskins. Row 3:
Mary Helen Crosby, Penny Nickolls. Row 4: Carol Deck, Barbara Johnson, Cynthia
Hill, Marie Chappell, Schelley Smith, Sussanne Johnson, Jackie Kalway, Anne San-
derfer, Joan Bradbury. Not pictured: Sandra Stallings, Jayne Everett.

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Row 1: Jean Noggle, Cynthia Babers, Anne Esry, Bea Nettles, Candy
Chotas, Debbie Bowers. Row 2: Susan Erb, Pam Bolles, Genie White,
Beverly Preston, Linda Masterson, Barbara Hoffman, Eileen Marshall,
Shirley Beazlie, Linda Moody, Connie Pattishall. Row 3: Suzanne Adams,
Betsy MacMillan, Kathy Sites, Leslie Eggert, Helen Walkup, Anne Waring-
ton. Row 4: Jean Purser, Beverly Wynne, Linda Lastinger, Elizabeth
Solley, Robin Richards. Not pictured: Shu Eng Chiang (Honorary mem-
ber), Barbara Russell, Mr. Sowers.

Row 1: V. G. Hodsdon, Jack Elliot, Joe Boyles, Harold Trujillo, Bob Mullin. Row 2:
Lee Chotas, Jerry Snyder, Bobby Hines, Tom Dobson, Mac Johnson, Jim Doak,
Bobby McGraw, Jimmy Thompson, Robert Batey. Row 3: Johnny Wershaw, Bill
Feaster, Barry Baumstein, George Solley, Covey Johnston, Lee Eggert, Charles
Ray, Richard Hord, Whit Springfield, Tom Newberry. Not pictured: Ben Campen,
Rusty Marcus, James Russell, Fred Veldink.





Suzanne Adams

Ann Arensman

Robert Batey

Barry Baumstein

Frank Bolls

Shirley Beazlie

Ben Campen

Carolyn Beckwith
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Debbie Bowers

Debbie Bowers

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Candy Chotas Lee Chotas

Margie Brower

Jackie Colson

Walter Comerford
Tom Dobsin

Chris Clymore
Brian Gibbs

Hary Helen Crosby
Tom Hansen

Danny Dennison
William Hiers

James Doak
Karen Hilleary
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Barbara Hoffman Chris Hunnicutt

Covey Johnston

Suzanne Johnson

Alfred Jones

Vasso Kokinos

Margaret Lund

Robert Marcus

Eileen Marshall
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Linda Masterson
Jean Noggle

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Mike Meeker
Cecilia Norden


Susan Menke
Andrea Olson

Linda Lee

Cy Lott

Robert Hines Sylvia Hodsdon



Francisco Pareja

Connie Pattishall

Sharon Preston

John Price
John Price

Marilyn Putnam

David Reddick Billie Remillet

Pat Koyer

Norman Reynolds

Roberta Solt

Robin Richards

James Stacey

Kim Richardson

Walter Stalnaker

Anne Sanderfer
Jerry Snyder

Ronnie Sawyer
Lawrence Sobczyk

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Nadine Sheffield
Anne Taylor

Virginia Smith
Steve Tuttle


Steve Twedell

Fred Veldink

Don Vickers Richard Vogh
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Ann Warrington

Jean Webb Jon Wershaw

Genie White

Henry Wunderlich

Not pictured: Louise Bill, Jack Elliot, Marjorie Ellis, Rob Hansen, Kenneth Tyre and Mike Whaley.

Happiness is being an upperclassman.
Happiness is cheering the "Blue Waves" on to victory.
Happiness is "Understanding other cultures."
Happiness is. eating in the lunchroom?
Happiness is Christmas vacation.
'Happiness is getting a part in the Jr. play.
Happiness is not getting caught when you skip.
Happiness is making good on the P.S.A.T.
Happiness is understanding Chemistry.
Happiness is giving a beautiful Prom for the Seniors.
Happiness is being a SENIOR!

Page 57


Peggy Adkins
"There never was a
saint with red hair."

Cynthia Babers
"You'll never walk

Sue Baker
"Good things come
in small packages."

Kent Bergh
"Be ashamed to die
until you have won
some victory for hu-

David Bledsoe
"The wrong way al-
ways seems the more

Yvonne Booth
"The years teach
much which the days
never know."

John Brasington
"In God we trust; all
others pay cash."

Josephine Byrant
"What wisdom can you
find that is greater than

Stephen Carr
"If Silence were golden,
I'd be rich."

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Marie Chappell
"I feel like a morning

Shu Eng Chiang
"Hope for the best, pre-
pare for the worst and
take what comes."

Joy Coulter
"Late nights aren't good
for one; they're good for

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Jose Couret
"I have been a
stranger in a strange

Jack Cushman
"Always do right.
This will gratify
some people, and
astonish the rest."

John Flowers
"Beware when the great
God lets loose a thinker
on this planet."

Hal Diggs
"I accept the uni-

John Drummond
"Give me where to
stand, and I will
move the earth."

Diane Davis
"Thy laughed when I
sat down at the piano

Lee Eggert
"That which we call sin
in others is experiment
for us."

Leslie Eggert
"She walks in beauty.
as the night of cloud-
less skies."

Anne Esry
"Still waters run deep."

Jayne Everett
"How tall is he?"

Bill Feaster
"Ay, every inch a king."

Joyce Dupree
"If the world's a vale of
tears smile, till rain-
bows span it!"

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Lynda Goin
"Not one student in a
thousand ever breaks
down from overwork."

Ronald Greer
"Hold the fort, I'm com-

Cynthia Hill
"The stage is my life."

Sam Hintermister
"I ain't proud."

Richard Hinton
"Live and let live."

Cindy Holmes
"Our youth we can have
but today, we may al-
ways find time to grow


Richard Hord
"When in doubt, tell
the truth."

Barbara Johnson
"I live to love, and
love to live."

Frank Jones
"What, me worry?"

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Mike Justiss
"It's fun to tease."

Jackie Kalway
"Smile! You may be
on Candid Camera!"

Bert Kinzey
"There's always
room at the top."

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A.I.Elsa Kressman
"Which can say more
than this rich praise,
'~ .that you alone are you?"

F4Susan Lane
-~ ""The most wasted day
-. of all is that on which
we have not laughed."

,- 5, Marteen Layfield
4 "Lights! Camera! Ac-
r 4, T ,- -.tion!"

Janis Loften
"I could have danced all

nigCheryl Lopresto
'No one knows the real
me "

Don Luca
"A man always has two
reasons fo doing any-
thing a good reason
and the real reason.''

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John Martin
"I grow old learning A -'"
something ever y

Sherry Mattox \
"Who caught the P

Catherine McClane
"It's all in the game "'o 'Y
of love."

Betsy McMillan
"Let's have a party!"

Shannon Menge
"Doing easily what
others find difficult
is talent." Y ,.

Howard Meyer n
"Don't fence me in."

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Karen Mickler
"There was a star
danced, and under
that I was born."

Robert Mullin
"All the great men
are dying I don't
feel too well myself."

Bea Nettles
"I've come from Ala-
bama wid my banjo
on my knee."

Tom Newberry
"See the conquering
hero comes!"

Penny Nickolls
"Learn the sweet
magic of a cheerful

Xiomara Ortiz
"Spanish is the lov-
ing tongue."

Sharon O'Steen
"Make someone happy."

Lynn Philips
"Work fascinates me. I
could sit and watch it
for hours."

Curtis Prevatt
"Never trouble trouble
till trouble troubles

Jean Purser
"There's something good
in everyone, you just
have to look for it!"

Charles Ray
"I used to be a Boy
Scout now I'm a girl

Joe Reames
"Everybody do the

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Gary Richards
"Wind it up, baby!"

Sue Rising
"I'm so happy!"

James Russell
"Carthago Delenda

Mary Schwartz
"I was cut out to be
an angel, but some-
body stole the pat-

Sandra Shogrenr
"Look, then, into
thine ]heart and

Sue Ellen Simmons
"Thou art the star for
which all evening

George Solley
"On the day of victory
no one is tired."

Sandra Stallings
"I did but see her pass-
ing by, and yet I love
her till I die."

Tommy Stalnaker
"Win without boasting,
lose without excuse."

Robert Stearns
"Trust everyone, but cut
the cards."

Tim Sterling
"As happy a man as any
in the world."

Janice Stone
"Climb high, climb far,
Your goal the sky
Your aim the star."

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PEGGY ADKINS Anchor Club 2,3,4;
Chorus 3,4; Fashion Show 3,4; French Club 2,
3, Veep 4; Honor Court 3, Clerk 4; Latin Club
1,2; Newspaper Staff 3: Operetta 3,4; Orches-
tra 1; Sr. Play.

CYNTHIA BABERS Band 1,2,3,4, All-Star
3; Class Pres. 2; Class Treas. 1; Hi-Tide 1,2,3,
4; Honor Court 4; Jr. Play Comm.; Keyette
Club 3, Sec. 4; Latin Club 1, Sec. 2; Majorette
1,2,3, Co-head 4; Prom Co-chairman 3; Span-
ish Club 4.

SUE BAKER A-Squad Cheerleader 3,4;
Anchor Club 2,3, Sec. 4; Annual Staff 3; B-
Squad Cheerleader 1; Chorus 4; Class Sec.
2,3; Fashion Show 4; French Club 2, Sec. 3;
Jr. Play Comm.; Operetta 4; Prom Serving
Girl 1; Sr. Play Comm.

KENT BERGH Entered P. K. in 11th
Grade. Class Pres. 3; Foreign Affairs Cony.
3; Jr. Play; National Honor Society 3,4; Sr.
Play; Student Council Parl. 4.

DAVID BLEDSOE Band 1,2,3,4; Class
Veep 1; Interact Club 2, Hist. 3, Sec. 3,4,
Veep 4; Jr. Play; Orchestra 2,3; Panel Dis-
cussion Team 3; Sr. Play.

YVONNE BOOTH Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1;
Intramurals 1,2,4; Orchestra 1,2,3; Para Medi-
cal Club 2,3,4.


Veep 3, Pres. 4; Chorus 4; Class Sec. 1; Fash-
ion Show 3, 4; French Club 3; Hi-Tide 3,4,
Co-chairman 3; Homecoming Co-chairman 4;
Jr. Play Comm.; Latin Club 1,2; National
Honor Society 3, Sec. 4; Operetta 4; Prom.
Comm. 3; Student Council 2,3,4, District
Cony. 3, FASC Conv.

STEVEN CARR Annual Staff 4; Chorus
2,3,4; Hi-Tide 2,3; Jr. Play; Spanish Club 4;
Track 2,3.

Chorus 1,2,3; National Honor Society 3,4;
Operetta 1,2,3.

SHU ENG CHIANG Entered P. K. in llth
Grade. Fashion Show 3; Hi-Tide 4; Honorary
Keyette 3,4.

JOY COULTER D.C.T. Club 4; Fashion
Show 3; Intramurals 1; Jr. Play Comm.

JOSE COURET Basketball 2,3; Interact
Club 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4.

JACK CUSHMAN Chorus 3,4; Operetta 3,

DIANE DAVIS Entered P. K. in 10th
Grade. Anchor Club 3, Treas. 4; Chorus Ac-
companist 3,4; Fashion Show 4; Hi-Tide 3,4;
Jr. Play; National Honor Society 3,4; National
Science Research 4; Operetta 3,4.

HAL DIGGS Band 1,3,4; Baseball 1,3,4;
Basketball 2; Football 1,2,3; Hi-Tide 1,4; Inter-
act Club 2,3, Pres. 4; Jr. Play; Latin Club 2;
Newspaper Staff 4; Panel Discussion Team 3;
Prom. Comm.; Sr. Play; Track 1,2,3,4.

JOHN DRUMMOND Basketball 2,3; Cho-
rus 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Track 3,4.

JOYCE DUPREE Band 1,2,3,4; Hi-Tide 4;
Intramurals 1,2; Jr. Play Comm.; Operetta 3;
Prom. Comm. 3.

LEE EGGERT Basketball 1,2,3; Football
1,2,3,4; French Club 3,4; Homecoming Court
4; Key Club 3,4; Latin Club 2; Student Coun-
cil Veep 4; FASC Workshop 4; Track 1,2,4.

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LESLIE EGGERT A-Squad Cheerleader
3,4; Band 2; Chorus 4, All-State 4; Class Sec.
4; Fashion Show 3,4; French Club 3,4; Hi-Tide
1,2,3,4; Homecoming Court 4; Homecoming
Princess 3; Homecoming Sponsor 2; Honor
Court 1; Jr. Play; Keyette Club 4; Latin Club
1, Treas. 2; Operetta 4; Prom Comm. 3; Prom
Serving Girl 1.

ANNE ESRY -- Annual Staff 1; Band 1,2,3,
4; French National Honor Society 3,4; Key-
ette Club 2,3, Veep 4; National Honor Society
3,4; Orchestra 1,3,4; School Scrapbook 4; Stu-
dent Council 1,3.

JAYNE EVERETT Entered P. K. in 11th
Grade. Anchor Club 4; Annual Editor 4;
Chorus 4; Fashion Show 4; Hi-Tide 3,4; Jr.
Play; Operetta 4; Sr. Play; Yonge Chatter 4.

BILL FEASTER Band 1,2,4; Baseball 1,2;
Basketball 3,4; Football 2; Homecoming King
4; Homecoming Prince 3; Jr. Play; Key Club
2,4, Veep 3; Latin Club 2, Pres. 3; National
Honor Society 3, Pres. 4; Orchestra 3; Sr.
Play; Student Council 2,3, Pres. 4; SASC
Conv. 4.

JOHN FLOWERS Boys' State 3; Chorus
3; Class Treas. 2,3; French Club 2,3,4; French
Congress 2,3,4; French National Honor So-
ciety 3,4; Hi-Tide 4; National Honor Society
3,4; Orchestra 4; Student Council Treas. 4.

LYNDA GOIN Chorus 3,4; Hi-Tide 3; Na-
tional Honor Society 3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4.

RONNIE GREER Basketball 1,2,3,4;
Chorus 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Interact Club 2,
Hist. 3, Treas. 4; Jr. Play; Student Council
2,3,4; District Conv. 3; Track 2,3,4.

CYNTHIA HILL Anchor Club 2,3,4; Fash-
ion Show 3; French Club 3,4; Intramurals 1,
2; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Thespians 3,4.

SAM HINTERMISTER Chorus 2,3,4; Foot-
ball 1; Hi-Tide 4; Interact Club 3,4; Jr.Play;
Operetta 2,3,4.


CINDY HOLMES Anchor Club 2,3, Veep
4; Annual Staff 3; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Class Sec.
3; Fashion Show 3, Chairman 4; French Club
2, Treas. 3; Hi-Tide 2,3,4; Jr. Play; Operetta
1,2,3,4; Prom Comm. 3.

RICHARD HORD Band 1,2,3,4, All-State
4; Basketball Mgr. 1; Dance Band 1,2,3; Foot-
ball Mgr. 1; Hi-Tide 1,3,4; Honor Court 2,3,
Chancellor 4; Imperials 4; Jr. Play; Key Club
2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Orchestra
1,2,3,4; Science Club 1,2,3,4; Stage Crew 1,2,

BARBARA JOHNSON Anchor Club 2,3,
4; Chorus 2,3,4, All-State 4; Fashion Show 2,
3,4; French Congress 3; Hi-Tide 1,2,3,4; Jr.
Play; Latin Club Pres. 2; National Honor So-
ciety 3,4; Operetta 2,3,4; Sr. Play; Student
Council 4; Thespians 4.

FRANK JONES Band 2,3,4; Football Mgr.
2; Football 3; Interact Club 4; Track 1,4.

MIKE JUSTISS Chorus 4; Football 1,2;
Hi-Tide 3,4; Interact Club 3,4; Jr. Play; Oper-
etta 4; Sr. Play.

JACKIE KALWAY Anchor Club 2,4, Sec.
3; Band 1,2,3,4; Fashion Show 3,4; Orchestra
1,2,3; Para Medical Club 2,4, Chaplain 3.

BERT KINZEY Band 1,2,3,4, All-Star 1,2,
3, All-State 4; Baseball 3; Hi-Tide 3,4; Jr.
Play; Latin Club 1; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Science
Club 4.

ELSA KRESSMEN Entered P. K. in 12th

SUSAN LANE Anchor Club 2; Annual
Staff 4; Class Treas. 1; Class Veep 2; French
Club 3,4; French Congress 3,4; Hi-Tide 1,3,4;
Jr. Play; Latin Club 1,2; Literary Magazine
Edit. 4; Sr. Play; Thespians 1, Sec. 2,3, Pres.
4, State Conv. 3; Yonge Chatter 3,4.

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MARTEEN LAYFIELD Band 1,2,3,4; Fash-
ion Show 4; Hi-Tide 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2;
Jr. Play Comm.; Majorette 2,3, Co-head 4;
Orchestra 1,2; Para Medical Club 2,3,4; Prom
Serving Girl 1; Sr. Play Comm.

JANIS LOFTEN A-Squad Cheerleader 3,
4; B-Squad Cheerleader 1,2; Chorus 1,3; Fash-
ion Show 4; French Club 2, Veep 3; Hi-Tide
1,2,3,4; Jr. Play Comm.; Operetta 1,3; Prom
Comm. 3; Prom Serving Girl 1; Sr. Play.

CHRYL LOPRESTO D.C.T. Club 4; Intra-
murals 1; Jr. Play Comm.; Para Medical Club

DON LUCA Entered P. K. in 11th Grade.
Hi-Tide 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Na-
tional Science Grant 4; Track 3,4.

JOHN MARTIN Entered P. K. in 10th
Grade. French Club 3.

SHERRY MATTOX Chorus 2,3; D.C.T.
Club Veep 4; Fashion Show 3; Operetta 2,3;
Para Medical Club 2,3.

ion Show 4; French Club 2,3; Hi-Tide 2,3; Jr.

Play Comm.; Operetta 4; Prom Comm.; Sr.
Play Comm.

BETSY McMILLAN A-Squad Cheerleader
3, Captain 4; Annual Staff 4; B-Squad Cheer-
leader 1,2; Band 1; Chorus 1; Debate Team 4;
French Award 2; French Club Hist. 3;
French Congress 2,3; Hi-Tide 1,2,3,4; Home-
coming Co-chairman 4; Homecoming Queen
4; Honor Court 1; Jr. Play; Keyette Club 2,
Veep 3, Pres. 4; National Honor Society 3,4;
Panel Discussion Team 4; Prom Co-chairman
3; Prom Serving Girl 1; Student Council 2,
Sec. 4; FASC Workshop 4.

SHANNON MENGE -- Chorus 2,4, Accom-
panist 3, All-State 3; Fashion Show 4; Hi-
Tide 3.4; Jr. Play; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Spanish
Club Veep 4.

HOWARD MEYER Chorus 2,3,4; Operetta

KAREN MICKLER Entered P. K. in 10th
Grade. A-Squad Cheerleader 3; Anchor Club
4; Chorus 3,4; Class Treas. 2,4; Hi-Tide 3,4;
Homecoming Sponsor 4; Jr. Play Comm.;
Operetta 3,4; Para Medical Club 2; Prom
Comm. 3; Sr. Play.

BOB MULLIN Band 1,2,3,4, All-Star 2,3,
All-State 4; Baseball 3; Dance Band 3; Key
Club 2,3,4; Latin Club 2; Orchestra 1,2,3,4;
Science Club Pres. 3,4; Stage Crew 2,3,4.

BEA NETTLES Class Pres. 3; French Club
3; Girls' State 3; Hi-Tide 2,3,4; Jr. Play; Key-
ette Club Chaplain 2, Veep 3, Pres. 4; Latin
Club 1; Latin Forum 1; National Honor So-
ciety 3, Veep 4; Sr. Play; Student Council 1,
3,4; FASC Conv. 3.

TOM NEWBERRY -- Band 1; Class Veep 1,
3; Debate Team 4; Football 1,2,3, Co-captain
4; Key Club 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4;
Track 3,4.

PENNY NICKOLLS Anchor Club 3,4;
Chorus 2,3; D.C.T. Club Sec.-Treas. 4; Hi-Tide
3,4; Jr. Play Comm.; Operetta 2,3; Sr. Play
Comm.; Operetta 2,3; Sr. Play Comm.

BECKY OLSON Hi-Tide 1,2,4; Intramurals
1.2,3,4; Para Medical Club 2,3,4.

CHARLOTTE OLSON Chorus 4; Fashion
Show 4; Hi-Tide 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3; Jr.
Play Comm.; Newspaper Staff 3; Operetta
4; Para Medical Club 2,3; Radio Program 3.

XIOMARA ORTIZ Entered P. K. in 11th

SHARON O'STEEN Entered P. K. in 10th
Grade. Chorus 2,3,4; Dance Band 3; Fashion
Show 2,4; Hi-Tide 4; Intramurals 2; Operetta
2.3,4; Sr. Play.


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CURTIS PREVATT Band 1,2,3; Hi-Tide 4.

JEANIE PURSER Annual Staff 4; Class
Sec. 4; Class Veep 3,4; French Award 3;
French Club Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Frenh Congress
3; Hi-Tide 3,4; Jr. Play; Keyette Club Hist.
4; Latin Club 1; Latin Forum 1; National
Honor Society 3,4; Sr. Play.

CHARLES RAY Band 1; Chorus 4; Foot-
ball 1,2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Track 2,4.

JOE REAMES Chorus 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2,
3, 4; Interact Club 2,3,4; Jr. Play; Operetta
2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; Sr. Play; Track 1,2,3,4.

GARY RICHARDS Band 1,2,3,4; Class
Pres. 4; Debate Team 4; Hi-Tide 1,3,4; Inter-
act Club 2,3,4; Jr. Play; Latin Club Pres. 2;
National Honor Society 3,4; Panel Discussion
Team 4; Sr. Play; Student Council 2.

SUE RISING Entered P. K. in llth Grade.
Chorus 4; French Club 3,4; French Congress
4; Hi-Tide 3,4; Jr. Play Comm.; Operetta 4;
Sr. Play Comm.

JAMES RUSSELL Band 1,2; Class Treas.
1; Debate Team 4; Football 2,3; Key Club 2,
Sec. 3, Veep 4; District Cony. 2; Latin Club
2, Sec. 1; National Honor Society 3,4; Orches-
tra 2,3.

MARY SCHWARTZ Entered P. K. in 11th
Grade. Fashion Show 3; Hi-Tide 4; Jr. Play;
Para Medical Club 3; Sr. Play; Thespians 4.

SANDRA SHOGREN Entered P. K. in 12th
Grade. Chorus 4; Hi-Tide 4; Operetta 4.

SUE ELLEN SIMMONS Chorus 4; French
Club 3.4; Hi-Tide 4; Intramurals 1,2; Operetta

GEORGE SOLLEY Baseball 2,3,4; Basket-
ball 1,2; Football 1,2,3, Captain 4, All-Area 4,

All-Conf. 4, All-State 4; French Club 4, Pres.
3; Homecoming Court 4; Honor Court 2; Jr.
Play; Key Club 2,3,4; Latin Club 3; National
Honor Society 3,4; Sr. Play; Student Council

Hist. 4; Fashion Show 4; French Club 3; Hi-
Tide 1,3; Homecoming Sponsor 3; Jr. Play
Comm.; Latin Club 1,2; National Honor So-
ciety 3. 4; Sr. Play Comm.

TOMMY STALNAKER Band 1,2,3,4; Base-
ball 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Interact Club 3,
Pres. 4; Track 1,2,3,4.

ROBERT STEARNS Band 1,2,3; Baseball
2,3,4; Basketball 1,3,4; Chorus 3,4; Dance Band
2,3; Hi-Tide 1,2,3,4; Interact Club 3,4; Latin
Club 1,2; Operetta 3,4; Orchestra 2,3.

TIM STERLING Entered P. K. in 12th
Grade. French Club 4; Newspaper Staff 4.

JANICE STONE Anchor Club 2,4, Chap-
lain 3; Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,3; Fashion Show
2,3,4; French Club 3,4; Hi-Tide 2,3,4; Jr. Play;
Majorette 2,3,4; Operetta 1,3; Orchestra 1,2,3,
4; Sr. Play; Thespians 2,3,4.

BEA TAYLOR A-Squad Alternate 4;
Chorus 1,2,3; Fashion Show 4; Intramurals 1,2;
Jr. Play; Operetta 1,2,3,4; Para Medical Club

HAROLD TRUJILLO Basketball 1,2,3,4;
Chorus 2,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,
Pres. 4; Track 1,2,3,4.


TONY TRUJILLO Basketball 2; Football
1,2,3.4; Track 2,3,4.

RICK WAGLOW -- Football 2,4.

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HELEN WALKUP Entered P. K. in 10th
Grade. A-Squad Cheerleader 3,4; B-Squad
Cheerleader 2; Fashion Show 4; Hi-Tide 3,4;
Homecoming Court 4; Jr. Play; Keyette Club
4, Sec. 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Sr.
Play; Student Council 4.

BILL WELLS Band 1,2,3,4, All-Star 4; Hi-
Tide 3,4; Imperials 4; Orchestra 2,3; Sr. Play;
Stage Crew 2,3,4.

GINA WHIDDON Fashion Show 4; Para
Medical Club 2,3, Chaplain 4; Chorus 2,3,4.

JOHN WIEGMAN Band 1,2,3,4; Baseball
1,2,3,4; Hi-Tide 4; Interact Club 3,4; Orchestra

CLINTONIA WILL Chorus 3; D.C.T. Club
Pres. 4; Hi-Tide 1,3,4; Operetta 3; Para Medi-
cal Club 2; Sr. Play Comm.

STEVE YERRY Debate Team 4; French
Congress 2; Hi-Tide 1,2,3,4; Jr. Play; News-
paper Staff 3; Panel Discussion Team 4; Sci-
ence Club 3.


Happiness is a car in the Senior parking lot.
Happiness is off-campus lunch privileges.
Happiness is a "chuckle and lump-in-the throat" play.
Happiness is two hundred and forty-six notecards.
Happiness is turfing or a Beetles album or a
hootenanny or anything that's fad and
is fun for awhile.
Happiness is a winning football season before
you graduate.
Happiness is many things to many Seniors. It
may be a college scholarship, a job
offer, or an engagement ring.

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Seniors certainly took advantage of their off-campus lunches.

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Editor ._.__________..___ ___ Jayne Everett
Art -_______--- ..._-- ......- -------------------- Jean Purser
Copy -__---------.---------------------- Susan Lane
Photographer -_________...----------..__ Chick Hinton
Layout ________----------.-------.. Betsy McMillan
Stephen Carr
Sponsor _______-___-__ ___.-.____.- Mr. Wade Ring

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