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As P. K. Yonge celebrates its thirtieth anniversary so does one of our faculty mem-
bers. Miss Ruth Beatrice Peeler can proudly say that she is the only teacher who has
been at P. K. Yonge since it was started in 1934. Even some of today's seniors remem-
ber standing by Miss Peeler reading our first words as we see her present class doing
now. May God bless her for sowing her noble thoughts, kind words, and endless pat-
ience along our daily paths. Because of these things, we dedicate our 1965 Yongester to her.
Principal: Mr. Charles A. Henderson
Dean: Mr. J. B. Hannum
Director: Dr. J. B. Hodges
The teachers at P. K. Yonge have
the unique job of teaching two classes at
the same time. Not only do they teach
a class of high school students, they
also teach prospective teachers from the
University of Florida by allowing them
to observe teaching methods.
The faculty of P. K. Yonge is one of
the best in the state. They have risen
to the challenge of special problems and
have given P. K. Yonge the little extra
sparkle of intellectual activity which
makes a truly great school.
How does this thing work anyway?
What do you mean this modern math is getting
Teachers give a hand even out of class.
Mrs. Atchley and her staff work hard to pre-
pare good, well-balanced meals for us.
Mrs. Larche and Miss Ferguson, our librarians,
are always on hand to help students find
books or research materials.
The front office staff deserves a lot of thanks
for all the work they do during the year.
Students quickly get into
the swing of things, even
Don't fall, Mr. Paden.
Robin Hood's men? No, just some Jr. High boys in P.E.
Hi Tide skits are always fun.
Though sometimes overlooked by
the older students, the Junior High
adds much to the school. They are
full of school spirit at pep assemblies
and football games. The seventh and
eighth grades have formed their own
club, the Campus Club, and have
many activities of their own. It is
fortunate that we have such an ac-
tive junior high group because they
will soon be the leaders at P. K.
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Who left his books on the sidewalk?
From left to right: Tina Adams, Sally Adams, Clay Adkinson, Steve
Alday, Cindy Baumstein, Debby Biber, Sandy Blake, Cynthia Bledsoe,
Don Boardman, Neils Brunn, Ann Byrne, Jean Cason, Frances Chappel,
Pam Coggin, Linda Copeland, Steve Cowperthwaite, Chip Cunningham,
Jack Dennison, Connie Dorman, Martin Dickinson, George Doro, Beth
Egger, George Ellis, Lewis Fabricks, Charlotte Gillet, Don Goodhart, Tippy
Graham, Jimmy Green, Larry Hale, Craig Hammond, Ted Hansen, Mike
Hicks, Larry Hill, Crill Hintermister, Diane Holliman, Betty Janes, Kathy
Karo, and Todd Landsman. Not pictured: Terry Dowling and Claire
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From left to right: Toni Lewis, Bobby Lund, Joe McGuire, Joanne Mullis,
Bill Newberry, Mike Norden, Eva Oliva, Frank Palmer, Kenny Pate,
Evan Pattishall, Jan Pozin, Chad Preston, Lloyd Robbins, David Royer,
Marjo Scarborough, Mark Scarborough, Mary Schwab, Alex Sciammerella,
Helen Smith, Mildred Stalnaker, George Stears, Jamie Sterrett, Melodie
Story, Margaret Stryker, Lisen Summerlin, Carol Taylor, Holly Taylor,
Ruth Trimmer, Danny Trujillo, Mike Tuttle, Pat Waldo, Cheryl Wallace,
Judy Whiddon, Shelby White, Wendy Wiles, Jim Wilkinson, Bill Wynne,.
and Cathy Wirtala.
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From left to right: Linda
Adkins, Andy Alday,
Bobby Alday, Alberto
Antiga, Pam Bolls, Ray
Bryant, Joanne Booth,
Joe Boyles, Jack Buns,
Joan Bradbury, John
Campen, Robin Conger,
Ann Coolidge, Bob Cow-
perwaite, Bobby Davis,
George Davis, Carol
Deck, Pharlee Decker,
Beth Deurloo, Jan Doug-
las, Pam Eaddy, Susan
Eastep, Leslie Elliot, Bil
Enneking, Sam Jones,
Susan Erb, Pam Feaster,
Kevin Fitzpatrick, Billy
Ganong, Cathy Graham,
V. G. Hodsdon, Doug
Kinsey, Chris Hord, Mar-
sha Hoskins, Candy Hunt,
Marian Hunter, Fenella
Jessup, Ed Johnson, and
From left to right: Jen-
nifer Lane, Stanley La-
ham, Larry Lopresto,
Linda Lastinger, Tom
Latimer, Judy Lee, Bob-
by McGraw, Steve Mc-
guire, Carol McNamara,
Pam Maston, Jan Mich-
ael, Lila Morgan, Dan
Natress, Don Natress,
Jack Nettles, Randy Or-
ton. Kenny O'Steen Bev-
erly Preston, Anne Rale-
igh, Cathe Rising, Ron-
nie Rogers, John Robuck,
Sandy Sadler, Becky
Sanderfur, Harold Show-
alter, Glenda Smith, Sch-
elly Smith, Elizabeth Sol-
lee, Whit Springfield,
Shirley Sullivan, Linda
Taylor, Jimmy Thomp-
son, Tranthom Whitly,
Sam Wester, Wilshire
Walkup, Steve Waits,
Marell Tyre, Maria Tor-
res, Jim Wise. Not pic-
tured: Melissa Curry,
Stanley Holden, Mac
Johnson, Derek MeClel-
land, and Beverly Wynne.
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Left to right: John Campen, Virginia Hughes, Melissa Curry, Glenda Smith, Nadine Sheffield, Shir-
ley Sullivan, Larry Lopresto, Kenny Tyre, Alfred Jones, John Roebuck, Laurence Sobczyk, Cy Lott,
Andy Alday, and Chris Hunnicutt.
P. K. Yonge has a very active Diver-
sified Cooperative Training program.
This program gives students the oppor-
tunity to work on a job and get ex-
perience working as well as attend regu-
lar classes. Students in the eleventh and
twelfth grades participate in D.C.T. Stu-
dents shown below are training in gro-
cery store and drug store management
and business machine repair and tech-
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From left to right: Darcy Bergh, Marilyn Meyers, Schelley Smith, Mr. Smith, Anne Taylor, Cynthia
Bledsoe, Mary Vogh, and Shelby White. Not pictured are; Elizabeth Solley. Karen Hilleary, Todd
Landsman, Linda Moody, Nancy Steel and Mae Batey.
First Row: Cecilia Norden, Beverly Wynne, Sandra Sadler, and Pam Bolls. Second Row: Susan
Eastep, Joanne Booth, Fennella Jessup, Maria Torres, Diane Holliman, Carol McNamara, and
Candy Hunt. Third Row: Beverly Preston, Eileen Marshall, Melpdie Story, Ruth Trimmer, Jean
Cason, Mildred Stalnaker, Susan Erb, and Jackie Colson. Fourth Row: Eve Oliva, Judy Whiddon,
Linda Copeland, Wendy Wiles, Cathy Graham,. Mrs. Lavonne Palmer, and Ann Raleigh.
Mrs. Palmer, sponsor of the Para Medical club,
is also the nurse at P. K. Yonge.
Where'd that picture go?
From left to right: Anne Taylor, Bill Hiers, Jim Wise; photographer, Debbie Bowers, and Linda
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Officers: president, Jack Elliot; Vice President, Jonny Wershow; Secretary-
Treasurer, Linda Lastinger; Historian Marsha Hoskins. Sponsor, Mrs.
Since languages are a very important part of the curriculum at P. K.
Yonge, language clubs have been organized. These clubs are to deepen the
understanding of Latin, French, and Spanish and make students more
familiar with the people of different countries.
Officers: President; Sue Menke, Vice President; Toni Lewis, Secretary; Lisen
Summerlin, Treasurer; Marjo Scarborough, Historian; Charlotte Gillett, and Chap-
lain; Marie Cuenod. Sponsor; Miss Pullen.
Officers: President; Bill Newberry, Vice President; Jimmy Thompson, Secretary; Cathe Rising, Treas-
urer; Bob Cowperthwaite, and Pontifex Maximus; Bobby McGraw. Sponsor, Miss Pullen.
Row, row, row, Whoops, wrong lang-
Seated: Steve Preston, Iwana Dale, Lynn Erb, Mary Vogh, and Paul Hammond. Standing: Mr.
Alteri, Claire Johnson, Marilyn Putnam, Bob Cowperthwaite, Cecilia Norden, Susan Erb, and Jen-
nifer Lane. Not Pictured: Paul Kidd.
From left to right: Chancellor; Bob Cowperthwaite,
Sponsor; Mr. Alteri, and Clerk; Cecilia Norden.
P. K. Yonge has a very active and well-organized Stu-
dent Council. It serves.all students from seventh to twelfth
grades through their elected representatives. This year's of-
ficers were: President; Bobby Hines, Vice President; Covey
Johnston, Secretary; Candy Chotas, Treasurer; Jonny Wer-
show, and the faculty advisor was Miss Davis.
The year began with an orientation assembly for seven-
th grade students and new students. Throughout the year,
the Student Council took responsibilities for pep assemblies,
homecoming, dances, buses to sports events, and student
elections. Joe Boyles was sent as our delegate to the regional
conference for Student Councils and the Student Council
sent Elizabeth Solley, Joan Bradbury, Bobby Hines, and
George Davis to the F.A.S.C. convention in Miami.
Left to right. First Row: Eileen Marshall, Candy Chotas, Cathe Rising, Linda Moody, Susan Erb. Sec-
ond Row: Pam Matson, Beverly Preston, Linda Lastinger, Jennifer Lane, Robin Richards, Genie White,
Beverly Wynne, Linda Masterson. Third Row: Debbie Bowers, Robert Batey, Jimmy Thompson, Bob
Cowperthwaite, Doug Kinzey, Barbara Russell, Suzanne Adams, Carol Deck. Fourth Row: Cecilia Nor-
den, Joe Boyles, Mac Johnson, Johnny Wershow, Ann Warrington, Elizabeth Solley. Fifth Row: Mrs.
Kelsey Ingle, sponsor, Jim Wise, Jim Stacey, Lee Chotas, Rusty Marcus, George Davis.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
One of the many interesting meetings of the Science Club.
The purpose of P. K. Yonge's Science Club is to give
students an opportunity to further their interests in all
areas of science. The club has taken several field trips and
has secured many speakers on subjects that are of interest
to the members. Students in the Science Club also work on
individual projects. This year's sponsor was Mrs. Allen and
the officers were: President, Genie White; Vice President,
Todd Landsman; Secretary-Treasurer, Sharon Preston.
First Row: Debbie Bowers, Linda Lastinger, Shirley Beazlie, Linda Moody, Linda Masterson, Eliza-
beth Solley, Candy Chotas. Second Row: Eileen Marshall, Sue Menke, Beverly Preston, Ruth Trim-
mer, Susan Erb, Connie Pattishall, Cheryl Wallace, Margaret Stryker. Third Row: Ann Warrington,
Barbara Hoffman, Suzanne Adams, Kathy Sites, Beverly Wynne, Pam Feaster. Fourth Row: Louise
Bill, Miss Dalsheimer-sponsor, Pam Eddy, Marion Hunter, Robin Richards.
Keyettes have a traditional candlelight cere-
mony at formal initiation.
SThis was a busy year for the Keyette
".. Club. From kidnapping until formal initia-
tion, pledges were at the mercy of their big
.... sisters. Then, the work began. Keyettes wor-
ked in the concession stand, helped clean the
I cafeteria, helped with the "Friends of the
Library book sale, gave their annual Christ-
mas party at Bell Nursery and Valentine
party at Sunland Training Center. With
Spring, came plans for the beach party, the
-father-daughter supper, and new ideas for
making next year even better.
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Though the Key Club got off to a rather
"shaky" start this year, they did much to
serve the school and community well. Key
Clubbers were in charge of buying for the
concession stands, helped with the Heart
Fund Drive, sponsored another successful
homecoming bonfire, and helped clean the
Everyone is working hard to get ready for the
bonfire on Hi-Tide night.
First Row: Stanley Holden, Bobby Davis, Tom Dob son, Bobby Hines, Freddy VelDink, Bobby McGraw.
Second Row: Bob Cowperthwaite, Jimmy Thompson, Bill Newberry, Barry Baumstein, Lee Chotas,
Rusty Marcus, Robert Batey. Third Row: Mr. Whittington-sponsor, Holley Taylor, Mac Johnson, Jack
Elliott, Covey Johnston, Jonny Wershow, Joe Boyles, Todd Landsman, Whit Springfield, Danny Den-
First Row: Mrs. Calhoun-sponsor, Suzanne Johnson, Anne Sandefer, Carolyn Beckwith, Carol Deck.
Second Row: Sharon Preston, Anne Byrne, Schelly Smith, Marsha Hoskins. Third Row: Jennifer
Lane, Joan Bradbury, Betty Janes, and Toni Lewis.
Anchors and their "Admiral," Frank Bolls at formal
The Anchors had a wonderful year
led by Carolyn Beckwith and their
sponsor Mrs. Calhoun. Activities. in-
cluded pledging, formal initiation,
clothes for the Anchor family, the
Thanksgiving basket, working for
the book sale, United Fund, and
Christmas Seals, going to many local
church services, babysitting for the
P.T.A., taking in new members at
the semester end, and having parties
with the G.H.S. Anchors.
Growing pangs struck the Interace Club
this year as clearly seen in the pictures.
They took in new members at the end of
the semester. Interacts stayed busy with such
projects as working in concession stands,
running the ice cream stand after school,
sponsoring dances, keeping the team rosters
in the gym, and helping to keep the campus
First Row: Mr. Jukes-sponsor, James Stacey, Bill Hiers, Jack Buns, Craig Hammond, Edward John-
son, Alberto Antiga, Mike Whaley, Ted Hansen, Frank Palmer, Martin Dickinson, Jack Nettles. Second
Row: Sam Jones, Walter Stalnaker, Steve McGuire, Mike Meeker, Larry Hale, Trantham Whitley, Ke-
vin Fitzpatrick, Lewis Fabrick, Kenny Pate.
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Front Row: Linda Lastinger and Shirley Ann Beazlie- Co-Heads. Back Row: Cindy Baumstein, Robin
Richards, Susan Erb, Judy Lee, Sandi Sadler, Carol Taylor, Beth Deurloo, and Joan Hindman.
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Mr. Baggarly, every-
one's favorite band
OPCA Cd Ira
Ann Warrington and Danny
Dennison, attendants; Linda
Lastinger, princess; Tom Han-
sen, King; Robin Richards,
Queen; Steve Tuttle and
Kathy Sites, attendants.
Homecoming '64 was certainly as excit-
ing as ever. Each day built up the anticipa-
tion until Thursday night when HI-Tide was
presented. Students, teachers, and parents
watched skits, Specialty acts, and the pre-
sentation of the 1964 Homecoming court.
Afterward, the Key Club sponsored a
bonfire and pep rally on the athletic field.
Marjo Scarborough, Pam
Bolls, and Christine Cly-
more, the three home com-
ing sponsors sit in "the box"
at the big game.
Friday's assembly was filled with cheers
and laughter. Coach Gutierrez talked about
the game and the three homecoming spon-
sors were introduced. Then, the climax to a
successful homecoming. P.K.Y. rolled over
Admiral Farragut with a 13-0 victory. Then,
after dancing the night away, all went home
tired, but very satisfied.
Be true to your school
"Two bits, Four bits ...
Curses, foiled again
"Who's that trampin' on my bridge!
"Albert, why don't you give this up
and become an English teacher."
"One boy, that's the way it
Second Sad Girl
Charles F. Maude
V. G. Hodsdon
Conrad Birdie woos the Sweet Apple townsfolk and teenagers with "Sincere."
Mrs. Calhoun and students read through the play at tryouts.
"THE GROOM SAID NO!"
Mrs. Inez Cameron ___________________________ Pam Maston
Patty Cameron _______________________ Cathe Rising
Virgie Cameron _____________________________ Schelly Smith
Steve Cameron _________________________ Kevin Fitzpatrick
Mr. Will Cameron _____________________________ Jim Wise
Mrs. Screnson ______________________________ Jennifer Lane
Mary Alice Smith _____________________________ Susan Erb
Willie Williams _______________________________ Nan Nattress
Clara Curtis __________________________________ Pam Eaddy
Grandpa says prayer in one of the Sycamore family's rare quite moments.
"But Tony, we live in two
"YOU CANT TAKE IT WITH YOU."
Many hours of hard work went into these formals.
Left to Right First Row: Bill Tschorn, Bobby McGraw, Bill Hiers, Bobby Hines, Jodie Munden, Jim
Stacey, Ronnie Koru, Alex Sciammarella. Second Row: Steve Tuttle, Jimmy Thompson, Kim Rich-
ardson, Steve McGuire, Lewis Fabrick, James Sterrett, Steve Twedell, Danny Trujillo. Third Row:
Coley Goin, Jim Wilkerson, Billy Ganong, Frank Palmer, Whit Springfield, Trantham Whitley, Hol-
ly Taylor. Fourth Row: V. G. Hodsdon, Kevin Fitzpatrick, Jan Pozin, Marell Tyre, Covey Johnston,
Wilshire Walkup, Ray Bryant.
L. to R. Front Row: Ronnie Koru, Bill Hiers, Jodie Munden, Bobby Hines. Back
Row: Jim Wilkerson, Ray Bryant, Jim Stacey, Coley Goin.
5fraC and Cros Countr,
Bill Hiers finishes sixth in the 2.6
Jodie Munden places fourth
in the State Cross-Country meet.
L. to R. Front Row: Kenny Pate, Bobby McNeillis, Mac Johnson, Benny Layfield, Bill Skaff, Rick
Scarborough, Eckrol Olson, Elbert Griffis. Back Row: Ronnie Rodgers, Lloyd Robbins, Rusty Mar-
cus, Tom Dobson, Danny Dennison, Rob Hansen, Jack Elliott, Bill Enneking, Bill Tschorn.
Pitchers and catches
Left to Right: Marsha Hoskins, Linda Masterson, Kathy Sites, Joan Bradbury, Pam Feaster, Ann
Warrington-Captain, Elizabeth Solley, Beverly Wynne, Leslie Elliot.
First Row. Left to Right: Billy Ganong, Lee Chotas, Mac Johnson, Steve Tuttle, Danny Dennison, Tom
Dobson, Danny Trujillo. Second Row: Stanley Holden, Steve Twedell, Marell Tyre, Wilshire Walkup,
Randy Orton, Tom Hansen. Third Row: Rob Hansen, Kevin Fitzpatrick, V. G. Hodsdon, Whit
Springfield, Kenny O'Steen, Covey Johnston.
Steve 1964 Football Steve
Sept. 18 7 Orange Park 6
Sept. 25 6 Fernandina Beach 6
Oct. 2 13 North Marion 20
Oct. 9 27 Jax. Bolles 6
Oct. 16 13 Eau Gallie 19
Oct. 23 6 MacClenny 14
S Oct. 30 13 Admiral Farragut 0
Nov. 6 13 Florida High 12
Nov. 13 27 Green Cove Sprs. 0
Nov. 20 6 Santa Fe 7
Our Blue Wave gridders, led by co-
Covey captains Danny Dennison and Steve Tut- Tom
tie, worked hard to give us another win-
ning season. There were, of course, some
real heart breaking losses but the Waves
ended up with a fine 5-4-1 season record.
Front Row. Left to Right: David Dobson Mgr., V. G. Hodsdon, Bill Tschorn, Ronnie Rogers, Bob-
by Hines Captain, Bill Hiers, Ronnie Koru. Back Row: Kevin Fitzpatrick, Chic Hinton, Trantham
Whitley, Covey Johnston, Danny Dennison, Marell Tyre.
December 1 Williston
8 Santa Fe
11 Green Cove Sprs.
15 Cross City
18-19 Christmas Tournament
January 2 Gainesville High
12 North Marion
15 Orange Park
19 Santa Fe
22 Fernandina Beach
February 2 North Marion
5 Green Cove Sprs.
9 Orange Park
18-20 Keystone Conference
25-27 Group Tournament
Front Row, Left to Right: Jack Dennison, Eric Marvel, Tommy Williams, Bill Scaff, Larry Hale,
John Marvel, Todd Landsman, Lloyd Robbins, Chip Cunningham. Second Row: Frank Palmer, Mike
Tuttle, Don Goodhart, Tippy Graham, Craig Hammond, Steve Alday, Alberto Antigo, Sam Jones.
Third Row: Jimmy Green, Chad Preston, Evan Pattishall, Billy Wynne, Harold Showalter, Jeff St
acey, Ted Hansen, Jan Pozin.
Front Row, Left to Right: Bobby McNellis, Mike Hicks, Tippy Graham, Frank Palmer, Craig Ham-
mond, Don Boardman. Back Row: Ray Bryant, Martin Dickinson, Kenny Pate, Holley Taylor, Joe Mc-
Guire, Chip Cunningham.
Toni Kay Lewis
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I'll never get 200 notecards!
SUZANNE ADAMS ROBERT BATEY
On to the Olympics. Science conquers all
Have bean gun, will shoot.
SHIRLEY ANN BEAZLIE
New doll nothing, we've had
a Twirly Shirley at P.K. for
A whiz at art and fashions.
With us 12 years and she
went to Laredo and you
know, we missed her.
Thirty miles is a long, long
Jesus loves me this I know
and so perhaps does Bud-
Never ready, always late,
but she smiles and so we
Little girl-big smile.
"How Lovely to be a
Remembered as Albert Pet-
erson on the River City Ex-
press bound for Brigadoon.
MARY HELEN CROSBY
There's no business like
monkey business, even in
JACK ELLIOT MARJORIE ELLIS SYLVIA ELLIS
More dates + better Art speaks without words. That little band of gold.
grades = fun, fun, fun.
"A hamburger and a
When you're feeling low,
An eye for an eye, a tooth
for a teeth.
From football field to
class room, a star just
starting his rise.
KAREN HILLEARY BOBBY HINES CHARLES HINTON
Where can I get a tetanus The world is blessed by "Mow you lawn, anyone?"
shot? men who do things. I aint proud.
Happiness is writing Yonge
The first of our class to go
-to the alter that is.
D.C.T. never had it so good.
Vive la France!
A shy smile-"I'll do my
best." She always did.
COVEY JOHNSTON ALFRED JONES VASSO KOKINOS
Swiss Mountain Boy Gayer than all the others Hot dogs and ice cream
for it was he who caused were originated in
the gaiety. Greece, you know.
Hey J-Bird, lets go tur-
"Have a lifesaver?"
Anyone seen my con-
Rusty, but sharp!
In a blissful state of con-
LINDA MASTERSON MIKE MEEKER SUE MENKE
She's quiet and shy but "You can do anything if Once a Yankee, always a
there's mischief in her you just have the gall." Yankee?
She speaks for herself -
and everyone else too!
Life is hard by the yard
but by the mile, life's a
Owner of the wildest
kneesocks in school.
Remember Mrs. Sweat's
Astronomy is the only
Our leader of the band.
"Wait, I don't understand."
Like a "Fizzie," she got in
the swim at P.K.Y. and now
JOHN PRICE MARILYN PUTNAM
Random brilliance. A beautiful blend of reality
Give me levis and my gui-
Intelligence and integrity in
a pretty package.
Prince of Percussion the
band's best booster.
Knit one, purl 2, three more
days and my sweater's
All melodies are based on
chords even life.
God's gift to Beethoven's
A blush is worth a thousand
Proof that giggles can't cov-
er intellect and industry.
Always swab the deck with
Wheels really turn behind
that poker face.
"You'll get over it."
Do we hear wedding bells?
KATHY SITES ROBERTA SOLT
"Cheer the day for ol' P.K.!" Give my regards to Broad-
Our junior executive.
"Little Stump Thumper"
Please remember my name.
The world is brighter from
behind a smile.
"Well, if you want to have
a really great band ."
Success is spelled with 3
"S's," school, sports, and
"Where's the fishing? "
After all, "You can't take
it with you."
Respected as an individual
who does only what he
thinks is right.
Remembered as the man
with a light.
"Did you know that in Feb-
ruary 1843 ."
"My heart's in the High-
lands," (North Carolina, that
Dedicated to furthering
the school's good name.
Third time's the charm.
SUZANNE ADAMS Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,
3,4; Keyette Club 3,4; Chorus 2; Intramurals 1,2;
National Honor Society 3,4.
ROBERT BATEY Key Club 3,4; National Honor
Society 3,4; Senior Science Research 4.
FRANK BOLLS Interact Club Veep. 3; French
Club 4; Hi-Tide 3,4; Prom Com. 3; Anchor Admiral
4; Class Veep. 3.
DEBBIE BOWERS Latin Club 1; Student Coun-
cil 1,3,4; Keyette Club Chap. 2, Veep. 3, Pres. 4;
National Honor Society 3, Sec. 4; Prom Comm. 3;
Chorus 4; Operetta 4; Fashion Show 4; Sr. Play;
Orchestra 1,2; Hi-Tide 3; Class Veep 1.
BARRY BAUMSTEIN Basketball 2,3; Orchestra
1,2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Band
1,2,3,4; Science Club.
BEN CAMPEN Newspaper Staff 1; Basketball 1;
Football 3,4; Class Pres. 1; Chorus 3; Operetta 3.
SHIRLEY ANN BEAZLE Band 1,2,3,4; Majorettes
1,2,3, Co-captain 4; Keyette Club 2,3, Veep. 4; Jr.
Play Comm.; Fashion Show 4; Hi-Tide 1,2,3,4.
CAROLYN BECKWITH Latin Club 1; Anchor
Club 2, Parl. 3, Pres. 4; Homecoming Sponsor 2;
Homecoming Princess 3; Hi-Tide 2; Fashion Show
MARIE-LOUISE BILL Chorus 3,4; Operetta 3,4;
Spanish Club 2, Pres. 3,4; Intramurals 1,2; Annual
Staff 3; Keyette Club 4.
CANDY CHOTAS Keyette Club 2, Hist. 3,4;
Newspaper Staff 1,2; Radio Show 3; French Club
1, Sec. 4; Student Council Sec. 4; Jr. Play; Or-
chestra 1,2; Sr. Play; National Honor Society 3,4;
Homecoming Co-chairman 4; Fla. Youth Workshop
LEE CHOTAS Key Club 2,3,4; Student Council
1,2,4; Sr. Play; Jr. Play; Football 1,2,3,4; Home-
coming Co-chairman 4; Class Pres. 1,2; Class Veep.
1; National Honor Society 3,4; Prom Comm. 3; Fla.
Youth Workshop 4.
CHRIS CLYMORE Entered P.K. in 11th grade;
Homecoming Sponsor 3; Fashion Show 4; Keyette
JACKIE COLSON Para Medical Club 4; Chorus
3,4; Operetta 3,4; Fashion Show 4; Prom Comm. 3;
Intramurals 1,2; Science Club 2.
WALTER COMERFORD Hi-Tide 2; Chorus 2,3,
4, All-State 2,3,4; Operetta 2,3,4.
MARY HELEN CROSBY Anchor Club 2,3,4;
Fashion Show 4; Intramurals 1; Chorus 4; Operetta
4; Hi-Tide 3.
DANNY DENNISON Football 1,2,3, Captain 4;
All-Conf. 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; Key
Club 2,3, Pres. 4; Fla. Youth Workshop 4; Home-
coming Court 4; Band 1,2,3; Hi-Tide 2,4; Sr. Play
TOM DOBSON Band 1,2,3; Football 2,4; Baseball
2,4; Basketball 2; Key Club 2,3; Jr. Play; Sr. Play.
JACK ELLIOT Key Club 2,3,4; Spanish Club
Veep., Hist. 3, Pres. 4; Class Pres.4; Class Veep. 2;
Student Council 3; Hi-Tide Co-Chairman 3, M.C. 4.
TOM HANSEN Football 2,3,4; All-Area 3,4; All-
Conf. 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; All-Conf. 3,4; Jr. Play;
Prom Comm. 3; Chorus 2,3,4; Operetta 2,3,4; Home-
coming King 4.
BILL HIERS Track Mgr. 2; Basketball Mgr. 2;
Football Mgr. 2; Football 3; Basketball 1,3,4; Track
3,4; Interact Club 3, Veep. 4; Hi-Tide 4.
KAREN HILLEARY Entered P.K. in the 11th
Grade; Thespians 4; Hi-Tide 3; Fashion Show 3; Sr.
CHARLES HINTON Newspaper Staff 1; Basket-
ball 2,3,4; All-Area 3; All-Conf. 3; Hi-Tide 1,2,3,4;
Annual Staff 3.
BOBBY HINES Student Council 1,2,3, Pres. 4;
F.A.S.C. Cony. 3,4; Key Club 2,3, Veep. 4; Foot-
ball 1: Track 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3, Captain 4;
Cross Country 4; Boy's State 4; Fla. Youth Work-
shop 4; Prom Serving Boy 1; Band 1,2,3; Sr. Play
Comm.; Hi-Tide 3, Co-chairman 3; Class Pres. 3.
BARBARA HOFFMAN Band 1,2,3,4; Hi-Tide 2;
Thespian Club 1; Intramurals 2; Keyette Club 2,3,
4; Yonge Chatter 4; Annual Staff 3.
VIRGINIA HUGHES Chorus 2; Operetta 2;
D.C.T. Clb Sec. 3, Pres. 4.
JEAN-MARIE IBARRA Entered P.K. in 12th
SYLVIA ELLIS grade.
BRIAN GIBBS Band 1,2,3,4; Hi-Tide 2,3.
ROB HANSEN Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball Mgr. 1;
Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball Mgr. 1; Jr. Play; Sr. Play
Comm.; Prom Comm. 3; French Club 4; Latin Club
1; Honor Court 1.
SUZANNE JOHNSON Band 1,2,3,4; Anchor Club
3, Hist. 4; Fashion Show 4; Prom Comm. 3; Intra-
murals 2,3; Hi-Tide 2,3,4.
COVEY JOHNSTON Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball
1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Prom Serving
Boy 1; French Club 4; Student Council Veep. 4;
F.A.S.C. Conv. 4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play Comm.
VASSO KOKINOS French Club 3,4; Science Club
4; Para Medical Club 2.
LINDA LEE Anchor Club 2,3, Sec. 4; Hi-Tide 4;
Fashion Show 3; Jr. Play; Newspaper Staff 2; An-
nual- Staff 2,3; Sr. Play Comm.
BEVERLY LINEBERRY Para Medical Club 2,3;
Fashion Show 2,3.
MARGARET LUND Band 1,2,3; Orchestra 2; Cho-
rus 2; Hi-Tide 1,2; Fashion Show 4; Sr. Play
Comm.; Jr. Play Comm.; Intramurals 1.
RUSTY MARCUS Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3;
Baseball 1,2, Captain 3,4; Key Club 2, Sec. 3,4; Na-
tional Honor Society 3, Pres. 4; Honor Court 2,3;
Class Treas. 1; Class Veep. 4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play;
Science Club 3.
EILEEN MARSHALL Newspaper Staff 1; Honor
Court 1; Keyette Club 2,3,4; Para Medical Club 2,
3, Pres. 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Band 1,2,3,
4; Prom Comm. 3.
LINDA MASTERSON Keyette Club 2,3, Sec. 4;
Class Sec. 3; Class Veep. 3; B-Squad Cheerleader
1,2; Varsity Cheerleader 4; National Honor Society
3,4; Fashion Show 4; Jr. Play; Prom Serving Girl
1; Prom Comm. 3; Annual Staff 2,3; Hi-Tide 4.
MIKE MEEKER Football 2; Baseball 2; Interact
Club 3,4, Pres 4; French Club 3; Hi-Tide 2,3,4; Jr.
Play Comm.; Sr. Play.
SUE MENKE Entered P.K. in llth grade; French
Club 3, Pres. 4; Keyette Club 4.
LINDA MOODY Hi-Tide 2,3,4; Thespians 4; Fla.
Youth Workshop 4; Annual Staff 3, Editor 4; Cho-
rus 2,3,4; Operetta 2,3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Na-
tional Honor Society 3,4; Keyette Club 2,3, Hist. 4;
Class Sec. 2,4; B-Squad Cheerleader 2; Prom
Comm. 3; Intramurals 1,2; Fashion Show 4; Radio
Show 3; Literary Magazine 4.
JODIE MUNDEN Cross Country 3, Captain 4;
Track 2,3,4; Interact Club 3,4; Literary Magazine 4.
CECILA NORDEN Para Medical Club 2, Veep.
3,4; Jr. Play; Intramurals 1,2; Chorus 3; Operetta
3: Prom Comm. 3; Honor Court 3, Clerk 4; Na-
tional Honor Society 3, Treas. 4; Hi-Tide 2; Liter-
ary Magazine Editor 4..
ANDREA OLSON Chorus 2,3,4; Operetta 2,3,4;
GUY OMER III French Club, Science Club.
ALICE ORTON Band 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2;
Fashion Show 4.
FRANCISCO PAREJA Science Club 3; French
Club 4; Orchestra 3,4.
CONNIE PATTISHALL Para Medical Club 2;
Intramurals 2; Keyette Club 2,3,4; French Club
Hist. 3; Hi-Tide 2; Fashion Show 2,3,4.
SUSAN PICKERSGILL Entered P.K. in 12th
grade; Hi-Tide 4; Fashion Show 4; Sr. Play Comm.
JOHN PRICE Football 1; Interact Club 2,3, Treas.
4; Hi-Tide 2,3,4; Track 4; Sr. Play Comm.
MARILYN PUTNAM Intramurals 2; Band 4;
Prom Comm. 3; Sr. Play Comm.; Fashion Show 3.
DAVID REDDICK Band 1,2,3,4; All-Star Band
BILLIE REMILLET Chorus 2,3,4; Operetta 2,3,4;
Prom Comm. 3; Hi-Tide 2.
NORMAN REYNOLDS French Club 3; Jr. Play;
Sr. Play; Science Club 2.
ROBIN RICHARDS Band 1,2,3,4; B-Squad Cheer-
leader 2; Majorettes 3,4; Sr. Play; Prom Comm. 3;
Keyette Club 2,3,4; Homecoming Queen 4; Thes-
pians 1,2; National Honor Society 3,4; Prom Serv-
ing Girl 1; Hi-Tide 2,3; Honor Court 2; Jr. Play.
KIM RICHARDSON Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,
4; Jr. Play Comm.
PATRICK ROYER National Merit Semi-Finalist.
BARBARA RUSSELL Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,
2,3,4; Chorus 2; Operetta 2; Keyette Club 3; Intra-
murals 1,2; National Honor Society 3,4.
ANNE SANDEFER Anchor Club 2,3, Veep, Var-
sity Cheerleader 3; Band 1,2; Chorus 4; Operetta
4; Hi-Tide 3,4; Fashion Show 4.
RONNIE SAWYER Band 1,2,3,4; Class Treas. 4;
Hi-Tide 4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play Comm.
KATHY SITES B-Squad Cheerleader 1,2; Var-
sity Cheerleader 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Keyette Club 3,
4; Prom Chairman 3; Hi-Tide 3; Homecoming
Court 4; Fashion Show 4; Fashion Show 4; Spanish
Club 1; Student Council 1.
ROBERTA SOLT Entered P.K. in llth grade;
National Honor Society 3,4; Chorus Accompanist 4.
JAMES STACEY Band -1,2,3,4; Science Club
Veep. 2,3,4; Track 2,3; Cross Country 4; Interact
Club 3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; National Honor So-
WALTER STALNAKER Band 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,
4; Football 1,2,3; Interact Club 2,3, Treas. 4; Prom
Comm. 3; Pep Band 3.
ANNE TAYLOR Latin Club 1; French Club 2,3;
Thespian Club Pres. 4; French Congress 3; Keyette
Club 4; Sr. Play; Chorus 4; Operetta 4.
BABS TILLER Entered P.K. in 12th grade; Fash-
ion Show 4.
BILL TSCHORN Basketball 2,3; Baseball 3,4;
Track 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2; Chorus 4; Prom Comm. 3.
STEVE TUTTLE Entered P.K. in 11th grade;
Football 3,4; All-Area 3,4; All-Conf. 4, Captain 4;
Chorus 4; Operetta 4; Sr. Play; Homecoming
Prince 3; Homecoming Court 4.
STEVE TWEDELL Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,4;
Spanish Club 1,3,4.
KENNY TYRE Band 1,2,3; Football 1,2; Basket-
ball 1; Hi-Tide 2; D.C.T. Club 4.
FRED VELDINK Key Club 2,3,4; Student Coun-
cil 2,3,4; Jr. Play Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Track
1; Hi-Tide 2,3, M.C. 4; Homecoming Comm. 3;
Prom Serving Boy 1.
MARTIN VICKERS Band 1,2,3,4.
RICHARD VOGH Band 1,2,3,4; A.V. Club 1;
Stage Crew 1,2,3, Director 4.
ANN WARRINGTON Keyette Club Sec. 3,4;
French Club 2; B-Squad Cheerleader 2; Varsity
Cheerleader 3, Captain 4; Fashion Show 3,4; Stu-
dent Council 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Home-
coming Court 4; Class Sec. 3.
JONNY WERSHOW Key Club 2,3,4; National
Honor Society 3,4; Class Treas. 1,2,3; Student
Council Treas. 4; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Conitry 4;
Football 1,2,3; Spanish Club Hist. 3, Veep. 4.
MIKE WHALEY Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1; Foot-
ball 3; Hi-Tide 2,3,4; Interact Club Veep. 4; Track
GENIE WHITE Band 1,2,3; Orchestra 2,3; Keyette
Club 2,3,4; Science Club Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Senior
Science Research 4.
HENRY WUNDERLICH Band 1,2,3; Jr. Play; Sr.
Play; D.C.T. Club 4.
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Writing 185 notecards
Going "off" for lunch
Learning who Marx was
A cap and gown
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Applying to colleges
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