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 Front Matter
 Title Page
 Administration
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 Athletics
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 Activities and Organizations
 Seniors
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Group Title: Yongester
Title: Yongester. 1966
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Publisher: P.K. Yonge Laboratory School
Publication Date: 1966
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover
    Front Matter
        Front Matter 1
        Front Matter 2
    Title Page
        Page 1
        Page 2-3
    Administration
        Page 4
    Faculty
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
    Departments
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
    Features
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
    Junior High
        Page 28
        Page 29
        Page 30
    Athletics
        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
        Page 34
        Page 35
        Page 36
        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
    Classes
        Page 41
        Page 42
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
    Activities and Organizations
        Page 49
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
        Page 53
        Page 54
        Page 55
        Page 56
        Page 57
        Page 58
        Page 59
        Page 60
        Page 61
        Page 62
    Seniors
        Page 63
        Page 64
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        Page 66
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    Back Matter
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    Back Cover
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MATH


P. K. Yonge' s math department offers a number of various
math courses including General Math, Algebra, Enriched Al-
gebra, Intermediate Algebra, Advanced Algebra, Geometry,
and Trigonometry. Any student wishing to go evenfurther in
mathematics is eligible to continue their studies in an ad-
vanced course at the University of Florida. The math teachers
are Mr. Whittington, Mr. Pate, and Mr. Davis.




Mr. Larue gives a class demonstration
on electrical conductivity.


Mike Hicks and Virginia Tipton perform
an experiment in chemistry. Basic chem-
istry ideas are viewed through these ex-
periments.


Science assistants are called upon to give demonstrations to the classes.
Harold Showalter presents a demonstration on the reaction of metals.


Lecturingis very important in science. Here Mr.
Altieri gives his chemistry class an inspiring talk.


SCIENCE

Computer counselling, an exciting innovation in
the science department this year, was designed ex-
perimentally to aid students in better understanding
their strengths and weaknesses in the study of
science. Grades in math and science and scores on
all standardized tests taken since the seventh grade
were given to the computer. From this data help
could be given to the students in the area he most
needed help.



































Phys. Ed.

In Physical Education, the changing season
finds the students taking basketball, volleyball,
softball, soccer, golf, physical fitness, tennis,
archery, badminton, and track and field events.
Co-education classes enjoy both folk dancing and
square dancing. Building character and respon-
sibility along the line of team work and sports-
manship is a welcome part of the program.


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Languages


Communication with peoples of other
nations has become important in today's
world. Aware ofthisfact, P.K.'s curric-
ulum offers full courses in French, Span-
ish and Latin.


Despite the fact that a language credit is not
required for graduation, more than half of the
students at P.K. take at least one course in a
foreign language.
Stress is put on cultural background as on
written and oral participation. With the aid of
the language laboratory, students use tapes and
records to help improve their dialects and pro-
nunciation.

























ART AND

INDUSTRIAL ARTS


Miss Dav s. Art and Cnommercial
Arts Instructor


" ... More than a thousand words"


Mr. Horn, Industrial Arts Lnstructor

















A variety of English classes are offered at
P.K. Yonge. While Core isthe basis of English
studies for all students, each person may elect
totake Speech, Literature, or Reading and Eng-
lish Improvement.

Speech, taught by Mrs. Linda Lalance, de-
velops articulate students who learn to speak be-
fore any group with poise and confidence.

Under the expert guidance of Mrs. Eunice
Calhoun, Literature offers the student experi-
ences in poetry, short stories, and novels. The
student learns to recognize and appreciate the
best in literature from that considered classic
to the contemporary.

Humanities, while not considered an Eng-
lish, uses many of the world's great books such
as THE REPUBLIC, THE PRINCE, UTOPIA, as
well as the ADVENTURES OF ODYSSEUS.

Mrs. Marsha Raulerson, teacher of Reading
and English Improvement, stresses the skills and
mechanics of English. Her students increase
reading speed and powers of comprehension.






































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Preparing students to work and move with
ease and proficiency in the business world of
tomorrow, the Business Education Department
concentrates on the development of sound prac-
tices and skills. Typing, Bookkeeping, and
Business Law, the offered courses taught by


Mrs. Marion Fluhr, pr ovide a strong back-
ground in the practical applications of interest.
These courses are helpful to both the student
whose formal education will end with high school
and to the college bound student.









































CORE IS-

CORE is---
History
Sociology
Civics
CORE is people
CORE is---
Note Cards
Research
Workshops
CORE is people
CORE is---
Economics
Politics
Current Events
CORE is people
CORE is---
Literature
English
Public Speaking
CORE is people
CORE is---
Dramatics
Geography
Anthropology
CORE is people
CORE is---
Driver Training
Counseling
Happiness
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Home Ec., a must for every girl, of-
fers opportunities in developing home mak-
ing skills so vital to a happy and healthy home
and opportunities for growth in poise and
confidence so important to the modern
American Miss.
Buying mat e r i al s, reading patterns,
sewing, snipping, measuring, pinning, cut-
ting, all leads to fashion coordination; to a
full length mirror, a fashion show, a queen.


The ultimate: a king.
But "the way to a 'king's' heart is
through his stomach"; so, there's boilers,
pots, and pans---a Sunday dinner spread o-
ver the linen, the silverware placed here and
the napkins just so, and there in the center
a touch of rose, and all around the ultimate
in taste and etiquette.
And thanks to Mrs. Kelsey Ingle, there
are no more "ugly ducklings" left in June.


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HOMECOMING


Homecoming Sponsors: Lindsay Mickler,
and Pam Bolls.


Marjo Scarborough,


Prince, Craig Hammond and Princess,
Charlotte Gillet.


Homecoming Court: V. G. Hodsdon, Joan Bradbury, Craig Hammond, Charlotte Gillet, Mac Johnson,
Becky Sandefur, Whit Springfield, Linda Lastinger.





























HI- TIDE

1965



. 'events of the schoolyear, arrivedescort-
ed by school spirit and pep. To help
encourage this pep, each day of the week
was designated specialname. Thursday
night was the night of the traditional Hi
Tide, representing one of the two climaxes
of the week. Everyone was present to
watch the skits, specialty acts, and the
presentation of the 1965 Homecoming
Court. To end Hi Tide, the Key Club spon-
sored their annual bonfire on the athletic
field. Friday, at the final pep assembly,
the three football sponsors were intro-
L duced. The second climax of a week of
enthusiasm was a 25-0 victory over the
Cross City Bears. After the victory dance,
everyone went home with high spirits and
unforgetful memories.





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"Mr. President", the story of the problems
facing the chief executive, was this year's annual
chorus presentation. The crowded auditorium
echoed with laughs and chuckles as the chorus
gave this timely musical.
Many hours of hard work by all the chorus
members went into the production of airplanes,
macaroni doors, living rooms, and presidential
offices. The results of these efforts showed in
the attractive stage settings.
Under the direction of Mr. Carwithen, the
school looks forward to many more operettas as
brilliant as this year's.


Stephen Henderson Kenny O'Steen
Nell Henderson Debby Biber
Leslie Henderson Beverly Preston
Larry Henderson Jeff Stacy
Pat Gregory Tom Latimer
Youssein Davair Chad Preston
Miss O' Connor Cynthia Bledsoe
Tippy Taylor Cathy Wirtala







































Junior


Sakini .......
Fsiby .......
Col. Purdy ....
Srgt. Gregovich
Lotus Blossum .
Capt. Maclean
Seiko .......
Oshira ......
Omura ......
Miss Higa Jiga .


CAST
............ Billy Wynne
........... Dave Bradley
............. Pat Waldo
.......... Jack Dennison
......... Cindy Baumstein
......... Tippy Grahm
.......... Danny Trujillo
............ Mike Hicks
............ Ted Hansen
............ Toni Lewis


"Tea House of the August Moon" was the
play chosen by the Junior Class this year.
This well known drama, directed by Mrs.
Linda Lalance, was an ambitious effort, but
the cast provedthemselves willing and able.
Building palmetto and bamboo offices,
Japanese screens and a tea house to set up
on stage was trying, but enjoyable. There
were many laughs in rehearsals at attempts
to "walk like a Geissha Girl", and as char-
acter s tried to pronounce the garbled Orien-
tal language.
The results of this hard work showed at
curtain time, however. While it may have
seemed hopeless during the multitudes of
rehearsals, the play came alive and shone
with witty lines, authentic sounding accents,
and brilliant costumes. It was evident that
the audience appreciated the performance:
they responded with chuckles, laughs, and
finally applause for work well done.


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"Cheaper By The Dozen" was the se-
lection of the Senior Play this year. Under
the direction of Mr. Huber the play was a
roaring success--and roar the audience did
as they viewed the polished performance.
However, the finished product did not
come quickly without work. Workshops and
many hours of after-school time were pour-
ed into this worthwhile activity.
Sets, memorization of lines that just
wouldn't memorize, and the finalperform-
ance all combined to form a thrilling oc-
casion, a colorful memory and a perfect
senior play.


Mr. Gilbreth .
Mrs. Gilbreth .
THE CHILDREN:
Ernestine .
Frank .
Jackie .
Dan . .
Bill . .
Fred. .
Anne. .
Lillian .
Martha. .
Mrs. Fitzgerald .
Dr. Burton .
Joe Scales .
Miss Brill .
Larry. . .
The Dog . .


Cast


Kevin Fitzpatrick
. Pam Maston

. Schelly Smith
. George Davis
. .. .Susan Erb
. Bobby McGraw
Jimmy Thompson
. .. Coly Goin
. Joan Bradbury
.Michelle Milliken
S. Cathe Rising
S. Ruth Browning
. Jim Wise
. Bernard Lamb
. Pam Eaddy
. Dan Nattress
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Jaslfon


The climax of a study of
grooming, costume design, and the
skill of sewing was the annual
fashion show. This year's show,
put on by Home Ec. students under
the direction of Mrs. Kelsey Ingle,
was entitled "Yonge Fashion Re-
flections." Many beautiful and
elaborate designs were modeled to
all of the other Home Economics
students in the Gainesville schools
and to the general public at the
evening performance.


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portant part of P.K.'s student bod-
y. Since they are some of the fu-
ture leaders of P.K., they take an
active part in different organiza-
tions, such as Student Council and
Honor Court.
The Junior High is also im-
portant because they are always
exploding with school spirit at pep
assemblies, football games, and
basketball games.
The members of the Junior
High are very proud to:be a part
of P.K. and P.K. is very proud to
have them as a part of the student
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Some of P. K.'s future majorettes----the Majorette training squad.
While science discovers, ART creates.



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Varsity Football Players: BOTTOM ROW: Randy Orton, Mac Johnson, Whit Springfield, V. G. Hodsdon, Tippy Grahm,
Ted Hansen, Danny Trujillo: MIDDLE ROW: Frank Palmer, Wilshire Walkup, Kenny O'steen, Billy Ganong, Bill
Skaff, Don Goodhart, Craig Hammond: TOP ROW: Jan Pozin, Joe Boyles, Todd Landsman, Jimmy Green, Marell
Tyre, Jack Dennison, Dave Bradley, Kevin Fitzpatrick.


B-Squad Football Team


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1965 FOOTBALL SEASON
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)range Park 12 6
Fernandina Beach 0 14
North Marion 12 13
Cross City 25 0
Lake Butler 32 0
Macclenny 13 13
Admiral Farragut 21 6
ravares 53 20
Green Cove Springs 13 26
Santa Fe 0 14


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Despite the bruises, broken
bones, and black eyes, Coach
Gutierrez's fighting Blue
Waves, under the co-captain-
ship of V.G. Hodsdon and Whit
Springfield, smashed, passed,
and zig-zagged across the '65
goal lines with a 5-4-1record.



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Varsity Basketball Team: ROW 1, L. to R.: Tom Small, Mike Hicks, Ronnie Rodgers, Captain; Bob McNellis. ROW
2: Coach Ken Turja, Chip Cunningham, Kenny Pate, Ray Bryant, Holly Taylor, Steve Alday, Joe McGuire, Coach
Hoskins. Not Pictured: Mac Johnson.


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1965-66


Basketball Schedule


Dec. 7
Dec. 10
Dec. 11
Dec. 14
Dec. 17-18
Jan. 7
Jan. 11
Jan. 14
Jan. 18
Jan. 21
Jan. 25
Jan. 28
Feb. 1
Feb. 4
Feb. 8
Feb. 11
Feb. 16-19
Feb. 25-26


Santa Fe
Green Cove Springs
Gainesville High
Cross City
Christmas Tournament
Perry
North Marion
Orange Park
Santa Fe
Fernandina Beach
Baker County
Clay County
North Marion
Bronson
Orange Park
Baker County
Keystone Conference Tournament
Group Tournament


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Marsha Hoskins, Mildred Stalnacker, Cheryl Wallace, Joan Bradbury, Pam Feaster, Becky Sandefur, Toni Lewis,
Beverly Wynne.


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Cheerleaders

One of the reasons for the rousing
school spirit at P.K. Yonge was the giant
megaphone full of charming and captiva-
ting cheerleaders. They put many hours
of work into practicing new cheers and
preparing pep assemblies. After they
were elected in the spring, the cheer-
leaders were hostesses at a three-day
cheerleading clinic held at the University
of Florida and on the P.K. Yonge campus.
The lovely squad was voted the most con-
genial and brought back a superior rating
to a joyful Alma Mater.




B-Squad: Gayle Guinn, Luly Allen, Jeanie Fitzpatrick,
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Track Team, L. to R. FIRST ROW: Steve McGuire, Jamie Sterret, Ronald Harpo, Todd Landsman, Bobby McGraw,
Bob Cowperthwaite, Frank Palmer. SECOND ROW: Wilshire Walkup, David Royer, Holley Taylor, Lewis Fabrick,
Ronnie Koru, Billy Ganong, Scott Brown, Pat Waldow. THIRD ROW: Whit Springfield, V. G. Hodsdon, Kevin Fitz-
patrick, Ray Bryant, Martin Dickinson, Jan Pozin, Kim Preston.


TRACK




P. K. Yonge students can take
pride in the fact that their
school sports a state champion
team. Based on years of hard
work and fine coaching, the ath-
letes of this team have reached
the final pinnacle of athletic
achievement; the finest track
team in their class in the state
of Florida. Returning track
team athletes and new mem-
bers realize the responsibility
of maintaining this achievement
by keeping their aim high by
shooting again for another state
championship title.







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The Cross Country team serves as an invaluable way
for one to "keep in shape" for track, basketball and base-
ball. It also serves as an alternate sport to participate in
during football season.


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Baseball


1966 BASEBALL SCHEDULE
Santa Fe April 5
Orange Park April 7
Trenton April 12
Inverness April 15
Santa Fe April 16
G.H.S. April 21, 22, 23
Chiefland April 28, 29, 30


Florida High
G.H.S.
Inverness
Orange Park
Florida High
Sub Group Tournament
Group Tournament


March 15
March 18
March 22
March 25
March 29
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Prissy Alden
John Atkins
avid Barry
Debbie Bartley
Mary Barton
Carolyn Beazlie



Stephen Beckwith
Debbie Boardman
Dian Booth
Linda Brown
Carol Clark
Carol Coddington



Bobbie Colson
Ruth Cowart
Karen Crago
Marie Cuenod
Iwana Dale
Gale Davis



Larry Davis
Jack Dixon
Larry Dixon
David Dobson
Emmett Dupree
George Edwardson



Martha Egger
Mary Emerson
Jeanie Fitzpatrick
Jane Fox
Greg Frank
Mike Galyear



Mary Graham
Paul Hammond
Kitty Hinton
Lanita Hogan
Doug Horn
Louise Howard



Michael Howard
Elizabeth Hudson
Pearce Hunt
Ralph Johnson
Vance Johnston
Jeff Jourard



Aminta Karrow
Nancy Kinard
David Knight
Louise Lastinger
Aldo Liedtke
Clark Lopresto


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Gary McConnell
Rayfield McGee
Mike McNellis
Richard Martin
Sherry Martin
Debby Mathews



Nelia Mesa
Michelle Morland
Bonnie Mountain
Carolyn Mountain
Patricia Mumme
Patsy Munden



Melissa Muntyan
Doug Murphy
Linda Nolan
Ann Perry
Kathy Poole
Elaine Pozin



Kim Preston
Larry Pritchett
Jimmy Pruit
Bill Reeves
Greg Rinker
Warren Sarle



Daryl Simmons
Tommy Smith
Karen Steele
Vicki Sterret
Mark Sunwall
Andy Taylor



Peter Theoktisto
Mike Walker
Dennis Warmke
John Warnick
Robert Wilkinson
Jane Williams




Joe Wirtala
Larry Wise

Not pictured:
Lem Nicholls


FRESHMAN CLASS




Luly Allen
Steve Alligood
Lloyd Baldwin
Gerald Batey

Bill Beck



Darcy Bergh
Doug Bradbury
Don Bradley
Billie Carlisle
Mary Chaffin
Debby Collier


Tommy Copeland
Eleanor Crawford
Becky Davidson
Steve Dorman
Mike Dwyer
Judy Ellison



Bonnie Enneking
Mike Estep
Diane Flascher
Jill Frymier
Jim Funk
Brian Griffis



Gayle Guinn
Gall Griffin
Ronny Harper
Steve Hersburg
Barbara Hodges
Bob Holden



Susan Hortenstein
Ann Kebabian
Louetta Kidd
Paul Kidd
1 Benny Layfield
S, Kent Learned
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Marcia Mahaffey
John Mahon
Gloria Martinez
Barbara Masters
3. Lindsey Mickler






SOPHOMORE CLASS





Wesley Mills
Becky Moiroe
Larry Moody
Joyce looire
Ellis Morgan
Mike Murphy



Marilyn Myers
David Nash
Charlene O'Brynne
Eckrol Olson
Joe Owens
Paula Patterson



Candy Powers
Mike Powers
Mary Prugh
Fred Rainbow
Bill Raines
Pam Reaves




Gary Reddick
Tommy Reddick
Jeanie Remillet
Jimmy Richburg
Sefton Rinker
Cheryl Roebuck



Vicki Rowe
Carl Royer
Bill Scaff
Ricky Scarborough
Vovie Scheffer
Harriet Simmons



Tom Small
Allison Sphinx
Jeff Stacy
Nancy Steele
Ricky Stephens
Judy Taylor



Bill Thomas
Mary Vogh
Sally Wilkoske
Tommy Williams
Virginia Winn
Janice Wodey

Not Pictured:
Deborah Keadle
James Lucas
Mike Nuetzel
Sandra Walker


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It was the year they:
Got their Drivers' Licenses
Decorated the gym at Homecoming Time
Joined service clubs
Worked hard for a good Sophomore Frolics
The year they became a part of P.K. High School.


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Steve Cowperthwaii
,. Chip Cunningham
Jack Dennison
Martin Dickinson



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George Doro
Terry Dowling
George Ellis
Lewis Fabrick
O Charlotte Gillet



V Don Goodhart
Tippy Graham
Jimmy Green
Larry Hale
U O Craig Hammond
STed Hansen



Becky Heath

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SBetty Janes
,' Claire Johnson




Todd Landsman
S ~ i Toni Lewis
Bobby Lund
Bill Newberry
Mike Norden
I Fak meEve Oliva




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Kenny Pate
SEvan Patishall
Chad Preston
Lloyd Robbins
BDavid Royer
Marjo Scarborough



Mark Scarborough
Mary Schwab
Alex Sciammerella
V Paul Shaner
V- Helen Smith
Linda Snyder


Mildred Stalnaker
George Stearns
Jamie Sterret
Melody Story
Margaret Stryker
Lisen Summerlin



Carol Taylor
Holly Taylor
Virginia Tipton
Ruth Trimmer

Pat Waldo
Cheryl Wallace



Thomas Webb
Tricia Wershow
A ; S 2. Judy Whiddon
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Wendy Wiles
Cathy Wirtala




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Janet Kunkel
Joe McGuire
Joan Mullis
Danny Trujillo
















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THE KEYETTE CLUB MEMBERS


"We've been busy as chickens picking
up corn", replied one of the members of the
Keyette Club. Numerous service projects
were carried out, such as parties at Sunland
and the Student Directory. They sponsored
a Father-Daughter dinner with the Anchor
Club, which gave the Fathers a chance to
meet the sponsor of the Keyettes, Miss Dal-
sheimer, and Mrs. Todd, the sponsor of the
Anchor Club.


THE ANCHOR CLI


The Anchor Club has also stayed on their
toesthe entire year. Through long hours of
work and tired feet, these girls sold T.B.
Seals, helped a needy family, worked at the
Cameilla Show, and manned the concession
stands. When asked what she thought about
her club, an Anchor replied, "It was hard
work, but it was well worth the time and ef-
fort put into it".


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THE KEY CLUB MEMBERS


The Key Club used its heart this year in
an effort to raise money for the Heart Fund.
Mr. Whittington, the sponsor, was busy su-
pervising their many projects such as the
Homecoming bonfire, picking up litter on
441 and buying for the concession stands.
Interact also performed many services
for the school. Among their projects are:
Putting ro st e r s in the gym for basketball


games; helpedthe cub scouts; placed speak-
ers in the lunchroom and brought music in;
had a concession stand at football games;
and donated money to interest clubs. Mr.
Hannum, the sponsor, was very satisfied with
all the effort each one of! these boys put into
building an outstanding reputation for their
club.


THE INTERACT CLUB MEMBERS




















































National Honor Society

Members of the National Honor Society
are chosen on the basis of character, scho-
larship, and service. The purpose of this
organization is not in the line of service pro-
ject, but to stimulate interests in maintain-
ing above average grades and to recognize
students with outstanding abilities.
It is quite an honor to be "tapped" by
National Honor Society and we salute and
respect these fine students.


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Officers: President: Mac Johnson
Vice-President: Linda Lastinger
Treasurer: Jennifer Lane
Secretary: Joan Bradbury







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THE P.K. YONGE STUDENT COUNCIL


Student Council

Student Council, the representative body
of the students, is an effective organization.
Withthe strong leadership of the president,
Linda Lastinger, they are an active part of
the school as they regulate elections, direct
the annual exposition, or organize Home-
coming.
This year the Student Council was elect-
ed president of the Region 2 of the Florida
Association of Student Councils. This kept
the council and their sponsor, Miss Marion
Davis, busy with events to schedule and plans
to carry out.
In theory and in practice, the Student
Council serves the entire student body, from
the seventh to twelfth grade.


Student Council Officers:
Beverly Preston, Treasurer
Linda Lastinger, President
Joan Bradbury, Secretary
Todd Landsman, Vice-President






































The Para-Medical Club


Mrs. Palmer and student





PARA-M ED.

6 The Para-Medical club, sponsored by Mrs.
Palmer, our school nurse, has been very active
this year. With Beverly Preston as president,
they hosted the District Para-Med convention
attended by approximately five hundred people.
0 Their next bigproj ect was to teach the elementary
children first aid, good health and safety.

P.K. is proud of its Para-Med club and we
are sure they will continue to be of service to
many people.












































Lanquaqe


GfuGs


The purpose of language clubs is to
help enrichthe students' knowledge of the
people he studies. Students are given the
opportunity not only to learn, but to prac-
tice the customs of these different coun-
tries. Three language clubs have been
formedat P.K. They are the Latin Club,


sponsored by Miss Voronica Pullin, the
Spanish Club, under the sponsorship of
Mrs. Hilda Squire, and the French Club,
also sponsored by Miss Pullin. These
clubs carry out many interesting and en-
tertaining projects throughout the year.












P.K. Yonge's Cooperative Education Club,
an important part of the Cooperative Training
program, is an affiliate of the greater Cooper-
ative Education Clubs of Florida.


The Club is dedicated to leadership training
and the development of civic responsibilities.
Opportunities have been openedto its mem-
bers to participate in local, district, and State
club politics; to compete in job application, pub-
lic speaking, personality, andtalent contest; to
enjoy a variety of social activities.
The D.C.T. student has been a constant
source of information to non-members seeking
part-time employment.
There are almost as many businesses par-
ticipating in the program as there are students
enrolled:
Gainesville Sun, Crevasse's Florist, Winn-
Dixie, Chemical Engineering Department of the
University of Florida, Beggs' Gulf Service,
Woodrow's Men's Store, Plaza Theatre, Wil-
son's Department Store, Gainesville Florist,


Florida Theatre, Bell Telephone Company, J.
M. Fields, J. C. PenneyCompany, W. T. Grant
Company, Publix, and Kenney's Shoe Store. And
each year newbusinesses are added to the pro-
gram.


"But one of the best things about the pro-
gram," said Chris Hord, president of the D.C.T.
Club, "is that our total income for the year will
approach $15,000."






























The Honor Court Representatives


HONOR


COURT


Claire Johnson
Chancellor


The Honor Court of P. K. Yonge is a unique
organization, being one of the few in the United
States. It strives towards student discipline by


the students with the aid of a faculty advisor. Our
Honor court aims to help students instead of
punishing them for their wrong doing.


Mr. Alteri
Sponsor












































The P.K. Yonge Blue Wave Marching Band


Band Officers, TOP TO BOTTOM:
Trantham Whitley, George Davis,
Mike Eastep, Douglas Kinzey, Claire
Johnson, Pharlee Decker, Susan Erb,
and Linda Lastinger.







Band

1965-1966 proved prosperous year for
the P.K. Yonge Blue Wave Band. Under the
direction of N.P. Baggarly, the band played
host to the District III at both marching and
concert contests. The marching Blue Waves
performed at all home football games and a
majority of the away games, with the major-
ettes adding their sparkle to the field. In
addition to the games, the band participated
in the University of Florida Homecoming
Parade and the Gainesville Christmas parade.


Majorettes: Susan Erb, Co-head; Linda Lastinger, Co-head; Judy Taylor, Marsha Mehaffey; Carol Taylor,
Beth Deurloo, Cindy Baumstein, and Mary Vogh.




















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MEMBERS OF THE ANNUAL STAFF; FIRST ROW: Cynthia Bledsoe, Assistant Editor; Jane Brown,
Becky Sandefur, Paul Shanor. TOP ROW: Jim Wise, Photographer; Mr. Ring, Sponsor.


Annual Staff


As you glance through these pages, the
results of many long hours of work unfold
before your eyes.
"Making" an annual is a hard job with
copy to write, layout to draw and adjust and
deadlines to meet---at least most of the
time!
Our gratitude goes out to Mr. Ring, our
sponsor and advisor. He explained many


Becky Sandefur
Co-Editor


tricks of the trade and without him this an-
nual might not have been.
A note of warning from the wise---join
the annual staff and work! Be prepared to
feel frustrated, mad, exasperated and still
not quite satisfied at the finish, but also be
prepared to feel a warm glow as you view
"your" pages of words and pictures.


Jim Wise
Photography Editor


Jane Brown
Co-Editor


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CHORUS


Under the direction of Mr. Edward Carwithen,
the chorus has become one of the most popular
organizations in the school. Composed of stu-
dents from the ninth to the twelfth grade, the
chorus worked hard to entertain the schoolwith
their concerts and by displaying their talents in
the delightful operetta they put on, "Mr. Presi-
dent."
This year P. K. Yonge hosted the annual Dis-
trict Contest. All the preparations were ar-


ranged by Mr. Carwithen, and the chorus mem-
bers worked hard to make this important event
successful.
The chorus also sang at church services this
year. Besides providing the congregation with
enjoyable songs, it gave an opportunity to the
chorus members to attend various churches.
Chorus has been educational to it's students,
but more than that, it has been a pleasure.

































ORCHESTRA


Consisting of a very talented group of musi-
cians, the orchestra of P. K. Yonge always
strives for nothing less than perfection. Much
practice and work go into all of their perform-
ances to help make them a part of the pride of


P. K. Yonge. This orchestra, under the direction
of Mr. Carwithen, gave several concerts during
the year not only to the school, but to the other
schools in Gainesville and to the general public.






SENIORS


MERRIAN ACOSTA
Coming together is a beginning,
but working together is success.

LINDA ADKINS
Happiness is having a diamond
ring.

ANDY ALDAY
Success depends upon backbone,
not wishbone.


BOBBY ALDAY
A nut by any other name couldn't
be as cracked.

ALBERTO ANTIGO
Art is not a thing-it's a way.

PAM BOLLS
Happiness is made to be shared.


JOAN BOOTH
The best way to keep good acts in
memory is to refresh them with
new ones.

JOE BOYLES
Great actions speak of great
minds.

JOAN BRADBURY
Live for the love of living.











DEBBY BROWN
Make new friends and keep the
old; the new are silver, but the
old are gold.

JANE BROWN
Loving comes by looking; I saw
and I loved.

ANNE COOLIDGE
The average girl would rather
have beauty than brains because
the average boy can see better
than he can think.


BOB COWPERTHWAITE
Aninvestment inknowledge pays
the best interest.

JUDY COX
Smilingis contagious-let's start
an epidemic.

BOBBY DAVIS
My life is like a razor-always
in hot water or in a scrape.


GEORGE DAVIS
The difficult I do; the impossible
takes a little longer.

CAROL DECK
She that would have friends showE
herself friendly.

PHARLEE DECKER
I am not afraid of tomorrow, f
I have seen yesterday and liv.
today.












BETH DEURLOO
Love to live, live to love and al-
ways be happy.

JAN DOUGLASS
Success comes with hard work.

PAM EDDY
Live so that when you die even
the undertaker will be sorry.


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BILL ENNEKING
If you could see my legs when I
take off my boots, you'd get some
idea of what unrequitted affection
is.

SUSAN ERB
Personal beauty is better than
any letter of introduction.

PAM FEASTER
Where beauty reigns, she's
queen.


KEVIN FITZPATRICK
I can resist anything but temp-
tation.

BILLY GANONG
You can never develop eye trou-
ble by looking at girls.

COLEY GOIN
Why let the devil have all the fun ?


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KATHY GRAHM
A smile for every freckle.

V. G. HODSDON
Is it true blonds have more fun ?

STAN HOLDEN
Some think the world was made
for fun and frolic .... and so do
I!


CHRIS HORD
Some people live and learn, but
I'm just living.

MARSHA HOSKINS
Awoman's beautyis not a gift to
man; it's a bribe.

CANDY HUNT
A cheerful heart and a smiling
face put sunshine in the darkest
place.


MARION HUNTER
Itisn't whatwehave, butwhat we
are that makes life worth living.

EDWARD JOHNSON
It's better to be small and shine
than to be big and cast a shadow.

MAC JOHNSON
He draws lessons from his de-
feats instead of finding excuses
for them.














GLENDA JONES
Adiamondisa girl's bestfriend.

SAM JONES
I do nothing in particular and I do
it very well.

DOUG KINZEY
Is there a heart music can't
melt?


RONNIE KORU
Arguments are made to order and
I have plenty.

BERNARD LAMB
I'm not ashamed of whatI do until
I get caught.

JENNIFER LANE
Women of few words set a rare
example.


LINDA LASTINGER
May youlive all thedays of your
life.

TOM LATIMER
Be good andyou will be lonesome.

JUDY LEE
A smile on herlips; a twinkle in
her eyes; hide the fact she's a
devil in disguise.












LARRY LOPRESTO
The opportunity to do mischief is
found a hundred times a day.

CAROL MacNAMARA
It's nice to be nice when your
naturally nice.

PAM MASTON
The way to have a friend is to be
one.


BOBBY McGRAW
Life without a good time isn't
worth living.

STEVE McGUIRE
He who laughs last doesn't catch
on.

JAN MICHAEL
Nothing is impossible to a willing
heart.


MICHELLE MILLIKEN
Michelle, my belle.

LINDA MOORE
What the heart once had it shall
not lose.

LILA MORGAN
Have patience and you will be re-
warded.


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DAN NATTRESS
Happyam I, fromcareI amfree.
Why aren't others contented like
me?

DON NATTRESS
Most people think I'm quiet, but
that's because they don't know
me.

JACK NETTLES
When the world laughs at you,
laugh right back-its' just as funny
as you are.


RANDY ORTON
Time waits for no man, but here
I sit.

KENNY O'STEEN
Freckles are a sign of beauty?

SHIRLEY SULLIVAN PARKER
The answer to a woman's prayer
is usually a man's question.


BEVERLY PRESTON
Hitch your wagon to a star, but
keep your feet on the ground.

ANNE RAUGHLEY
Smile- it makes people wonder
what you're up to.

CATHE RISING
If love is blind I need glasses.















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SCHELLY SMITH
To love the beautiful, desire the
good, and do the best.

WHIT SPRINGFIELD
Always leave 'em laughing.

JUDY STRANGE
Biggest surprises come in the
smallest packages.


JIMMY THOMPSON
Live fast, die young, and have a
good-looking corpse.

MARIA TORRES
The only way to kill quietness is
to talk it to death.

MARELL TYRE
Wine, women, and no school.


RONNIE RODGERS
The easiest way to something is
not always the right way.

BECKY SANDEFUR
The only way to multiply hap-
piness is to divide it.

HAROLD SHOWALTER
I'd rather make history than
study it.











WILSHIRE WALKUP
Another day, another party.
SAM WESTER
If women interfere with your
work, quit working.
TRANTHAM WHITLEY
A quartet is where all four think
the other three can't sing.





















NOT PICTURED
RAY BRYANT
JOHN CAMPEN
JOHANNA DROBCZYNSKI
STANLEY LAHEM
JOHN ROEBUCK
MIKE SHAW


JIM WISE
Some men are wise, some are
otherwise.
BEVERLY WYNNE
A smile for every girl and two
for every boy.






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To P. K. Yonge our Alma Mater

We raise our voices in song.

Together we sing her name again

In loyal faith forever strong.

The blue and white in beauty shining

Shall lead us on to victory.

United today we sing her praises,

Oh P. K. Yonge to Thee.






SENIOR DIRECTORY


MERRIAN ACOSTA Entered P.K. in 12th
grade; Band 4; Orchestra 4; Fashion Show 4;
Fashion Show Committee 4.


LINDA ADKINS Chorus 3; Prom Committee
3; FashionShow 1; Operetta 3; D.C.T. 4; Glee
Club 1.


ANDY ALDAY D.C.T. 3,4.


BOBBY ALDAY Student Council 1; Hi Tide
3; Band 1,2,3; Junior Play Committee 3; Sr.
Play Committee 4; Prom Committee 3; Fash-
ion Show Escort 4.


ALBERTO ANTIGO Interact Club 2,3,4; Hi
Tide 3; Prom Committee 3; D.C.T. 4; Intra-
murals 1; Football 1,2,3.


PAM BOLLS Para Medical Club 2; Prom
Committee 3; Latin Club 2; Keyette Club 2,3,
4, Treasurer 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Fashion Show
1,4; Operetta 1,2,4; Homecoming Sponsor 3,4.


JOAN BOOTH Para MedicalClub 2,3,4; Band
1,2,3,4; Fashion Show 1,4; Senior Play Com-
mittee 4; Hi Tide 1,3; Intramurals 1,2.


JOE BOYLES Student Council 1,2,3,4; Na-
tional Honor Society 3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Class
President 3,4; Chorus 4; Junior Play Com-
mittee 4; Operetta 4; Football 1,4.


JOAN BRADBURY Spanish Club 2,3; Class
President 1; Student Council 1,2,3,4, Secre-
tary 4; National Honor Society 3,4, Secretary
4; Anchor Club 2,3,4, President 4; Band 3;
Orchestra 1,2; Prom Committee 3; B-Squad
Cheerleader 2; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4; Hi
Tide Co-Chairman 3; Senior Play 4; Fashion
Show 1; Fashion Show Committee 2,3,4; Home-
coming Court 4; Florida Youth Workshop 2,3,
4; F.A.S.C. Convention 3; F.A.S.C. Workshop
4.


DEBORAH BROWN Entered P. K. in 12th
grade. Spanish Club 4; Student Council 4; Sen-
ior Play Committee 4.


JANE BROWN Entered P.K. in 12th grade.
Annual Staff 4, Co-Editor; Senior Play Com-
mittee 4; Fashion Show 4; Fashion Show Com-
mittee 4; Literary Magazine 4.


RUTH BROWNING Entered P.K. in 12th
grade. Spanish Club 4; Hi Tide 4; Senior Play
4.


RAY BRYANT Band 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4;
Cross Country 3,4; Football 1,2; Basketball
2,3,4; Fashion Show Escort 4.



JOHN CAMPEN D.C.T. 3,4, President 3.


ANNE COOLIDGE Student Council 4; Chorus
1,2,3; Prom Committee 3; Fashion Show 1;
Operetta 1,2,3.


BOB COWPERTHWAITE Latin Club 2,3;
Honor Court 2,3, Chancellor 3; Student Coun-
cil 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Key Club 3,
4, Vice-President 4; Class President 4; Band
1; Hi Tide 3,4; Senior Play Committee 4; Sen-
ior Play 4; Prom Committee 3; Track 4; In-
tramurals 1,2.


JUDY COX Entered P.K. in 12th grade. Cho-
rus 4; Hi Tide 4; Senior Play Committee 4;
Fashion Show 4; Fashion Show Committee 4.


BOBBY DAVIS Key Club 3,4; Hi Tide 1,2,3;
Prom Committee 3.


GEORGE DAVIS Student Council 3; National
Honor Society 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Sergeant 2,
2nd Lieutenant 3, Captain 4; Orchester 2,3,4;
Hi Tide 3,4; Junior Play Committee 3; Senior
Play 4; All State Concert Band 4; F.A.S.C. 3;
Stage Crew 3,4.

PHARLEE DECKER Para Medical 2; Band
1,2,3,4; Hi Tide 3; Senior Play Committee 4;
Prom Committee 3.


BETH DEURLOO Para Medical 2,4; Span-
ish Club 3; Secretary 3, Student Council 1;






SENIOR DIRECTORY


Band 1,3,4; Majorettes 3,4; Chorus 2; Thes-
pians 1; Hi Tide 1,2,3,4; Junior Play Commit-
tie 3; Senior Play Committee 4; Prom Com-
mittee 3; Fashion Show 1; Fashion Show Com-
mittee 4; Operetta 2; Intramurals 1,2; Home-
coming Sponsor 2; Prom Serving Girl 1.


JAN DOUGLASS Chorus 1, 2, 3; Hi Tide 3;
Fashion Show 1,4; Operetta 1,2,3; D.C.T. 4.


PAMELA EADDY Latin Club 1,2; Honor
Court 4; Keyette Club 3,4, Vice-President 4;
Junior Play 3; Senior Play 4; Fashion Show 1;
Fashion Show Committee 4; Spanish National
Honor Society 4.

RICHARD ELMORE Entered P. K. in 12th
grade.


BILL ENNEKING Latin Club 1; Key Club 2,
3; Hi Tide 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Prom
Committee 3; Intramurals 1; Football 2; Base-
ball 2,3,4.

SUSAN ERB Para Medical Club 3,4, Secre-
tary-Treasurer 3; Honor Court 2,3; Student
Council 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Key-
ette Club 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Majorette 2,3,
4, Co-Head 4; Hi Tide 2,3,4; Junior Play 3;
Senior Play 4; Prom Committee 3; Fashion
Show 1,4; Yonge Chatter 4; Homecoming Co-
Chairman 4; Hi Tide 2, 3, 4; Florida Youth
Workshop 4.

PAM FEASTER Para MedicalClub 2,3; Lat-
in Club 1,2; Keyette Club 3,4; Class Secre-
tary 1; ClassVice-President 3,4; Band 1,2,3;
Varsity Cheerleader 3,4, Captain 4; B-Squad
Cheerleader 3; Hi Tide 2, 3, 4; Junior Play
Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Fashion
Show 1; Fashion Show Committee 3,4; Prom
Serving Girl 1.


KEVIN FITZPATRICK LatinClub Treasur-
er 1; Interact Club 3,4; Class Vice-President
2; Hi Tide 1; Junior Play 3; Senior Play 4;
Prom Committee 3; Track 2,3,4; Football 2,
3,4; All Area Football Team 4; All Conference
Football Team 4.


BILLY GANONG Band 1,2,3; Hi Tide 2; Prom
Committee 3; Track 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4.


COLY GOIN Band 1; Hi Tide 3; Senior Play
4; Track 1,2,3; Cross Country 2,3; Football 2.


KATHY GRAHAM Para Medical 2,3,4, Sec-
retary-Treasurer 4; National Honor Society
3,4; Anchor Club 3,4; Chorus 3,4; Prom Com-
mittee 3; Fashion Show 1,4; Intramurals 1,2;
Operetta 3,4.


V. G. HODSDON Honor Court 1. Key Club 2;
Class Treasurer 1, 2; Chorus 1,3; Fashion
Show Escort 4; Track 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,
4, Co-Captain4; Homecoming Court 4; Prom
Serving Boy 1; All Area Football Team 3,4;
All Conference Football Team 3,4; All State
Football Team 4; Basketball 2.


STANLEY HOLDEN LatinClub 1,2; Key Club
3,4; Hi Tide 1,2; Junior Play Committee 3;
Prom Committee 3; Football 1,3.


CHRIS HORD D.C.T., President 4; Band 1,2,
3; Hi Tide 1,3,4; Junior Play Committee 3.


MARSHA HOSKINS Spanish Club 3; Historian
3; Anchor Club 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Band 1,2,3;
Orchestra 3; B-Squad Cheerleader 2; Varsity
Cheerleader 3,4; Hi Tide 2,3,4; Junior Play
Committee 3; Senior Play Committee 4; Prom
Committee 3; Fashion Show 1,4; Fashion Show
Chairman 4; Intramurals 1,2.


CANDY HUNT Para Medical Club 2, 3, 4,
Vice-President 4; Anchor Club 3,4; Chorus
2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Fashion Show 1,4;
Fashion Show Committee 4; Operetta 2,3,4.



MARION HUNTER Para Medical Club 1,2,3,
4, Historian 4; Keyette Club 3,4, Chaplain 4,
Secretary 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1,2;
Prom Committee 3; Fashion Show 1,4; Fash-
ion Show Committee 4; Intramurals 1,2; Oper-
etta 2,3,4.


EDWARD JOHNSON Interact Club 2, 3, 4,
Board of Directors 3; Band 1,2; Hi Tide 1,2;
Prom Committee 3; Baseball 4; Intramurals
1,2.






SENIOR DIRECTORY


MAC JOHNSON Latin Club 2, 3; Student
Council 2; National Honor Society 3,4, Presi-
dent 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Class
Vice-President 1; Band 1; Fashion Show Es-
cort 4; Intramurals 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Base-
ball 2,3,4; Basketball 2,4; Prom Serving Boy
1; Homecoming Prince 3; Homecoming King
4; Boys State 4, Mayor, County Commissioner,
Senator 4.


GLENDA SMITH JONES Chorus 1, 2; Fash-
ion Show 1; Operetta 1,2,3; D.C.T. 3,4, Sec-
retary 3, President 4; Glee Club 1.


SAM JONES. Interact Club 3,4; Band 1,3; Hi
Tide 3.


DOUGLASS KINZEY NationalHonor Society
3,4; Band 1,2,3,4, Head Quartermaster 4; Or-
chestra 1,2; Hi Tide 4; Operetta 3,4; Senior
Play Committee 4.


RONNIE KORU Band 1,2; Prom Committee
3; Hi Tide 3; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 3;
Olympic Development Track Meet 2; Nutri-
tion Conference 3.


STANLEY LAHEM Entered P.K. in 12th
grade. French Club 3.


BERNARD LAMB Entered P.K. in 12th grade.
Hi Tide 4; Senior Play 4.


JENNIFER LANE Thespians 1,2,3; French
Club 2; Honor Court 3; Student Council 4; Na-
tional Honor Society 3,4, Treasurer 4; Anchor
Club 2,3,4, Parliamentarian 3, Vice-Presi-
dent 4; Class Treasurer 1; Class Vice-Presi-
dent 3; Orchestra 1,2,3; Junior Play 3; Senior
Play Committee 4; Fashion Show 1,3,4; Home-
coming Co-Chairman 4.


LINDA LASTINGER Spanish Club 2,3, Sec-
retary-Treasurer 2; Student Council 1, 2, 4,
President 4; National Honor Society 3,4, Vice-
President 4; Keyette Club 2,3,4, Treasurer
3; Class President 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4, 2nd Lieu-
tenant; Majorettes 1,2,3,4, Co-Head 3,4; Hi
Tide 1,2,3,4; Junior Play Committee 3; Senior


Play Committee 4; Prom Committee 3; Fash-
ion Show 1, 4; Intramurals 1; Homecoming
Princess 3; Homecoming Court 4; Prom Serv-
ing Girl 1; Prom Chairman 3; Girls State 4.



TOM LATIMER Band 1,2; Chorus 2,3,4; Hi
Tide 3,4; Senior Play Committee 4; Fashion
Show Committee 3, 4; Operetta 2,3,4; Stage
Crew 2,3,4.


JUDY LEE Para Medical Club 2, 3; Latin
Club 2,3; Class Treasurer 1; Band 1,2,3; Ma-
jorettes 3; Hi Tide 2,3; Junior Play Committee
3; Senior Play Committee 4; Prom Committee
3; Fashion Show 1; Fashion Show Committee 4.


LARRY LOPRESTO D.C.T. 3,4.


PAMELA MASTON Entered P.K. in 12th
grade. French Club 2,3; National Honor So-
ciety 3,4; Junior Play 3; Senior Play 4; Fash-
ion Show 3; Literary Magazine 4, Co-Editor 4.


ROBERT McGRAW Latin Club 2,3; Student
Council 4; Key Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 3,4; Hi
Tide 2,3,4; Senior Play 4; Intramurals 1,2;
Track 2,4.


STEVE McGUIRE Student Council 2; Interact
Club 3,4, Treasurer 4, Vice-President 4;
Class President 2; Hi Tide 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4;
Cross Country 4; Football 1,2.


CAROL McNAMARA Para Medical Club 2,
3, State Convention 3; Latin Club 1; Chorus 1,
3,4; Hi Tide 3; Fashion Show 1; Intramurals
1; Operetta 1,3,4; D.C.T. 4, Treasurer 4.


JAN MICHAEL Chorus 1,2; Hi Tide 3; Prom
Committee 3; Fashion Show 1; Operetta 1,2;
D.C.T. 4, Treasurer 4.


MICHELLE MILLIKEN Entered P.K. in 12th
grade. Class Secretary 4; Chorus 4; Senior
Play 4; Operetta 4.






SENIOR DIRECTORY


LINDA MOORE Entered P.K. in 12th grade.
Class Vice-President 4; Hi Tide 4; Fashion
Show 4; Senior Play Committee 4.


LILA MORGAN Chorus 2,3,4; Fashion Show
1,4; Operetta 2,3,4.


DAN NATTRESS Chorus 1,2,3,4; Hi Tide 3;
Junior Play 3; Senior Play 4; Operetta 1,2,3,
4; Basketball 1; Football 1; Football Manager
2.


DON NATTRESS Hi Tide 3; Junior Play
Committee 4; Intramurals 1; Football 1; Bas-
ketball 1.


JACK NETTLES Interact Club 3,4, Treas-
urer 3; Class President 2; Hi Tide 1,2,3,4;
Prom Committee 3; Football 1; Prom Serving
Boy 1.


RANDY ORTON Band 1,2,3; Football 2,3,4.

KENNY O'STEEN Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom
Committee 3; Fashion Show Escort 4; Operetta
1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2,3,4; All Area Football
Team 4; All Conference Football Team 4.


SHIRLEY SULLIVAN PARKER Chorus 1,2;
Fashion Show 1; Operetta 1,2; D.C.T. 3,4.

BEVERLY PRESTON Para Medical Club 3,
4, President 4; Student Council 4, Treasurer
4; National Honor Society 3,4; Keyette Club 2,
3,4, Secretary 3, President 4; Class Treas-
urer 3; Chorus 3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3; Hi Tide
3,4; Prom Committee 3; Fashion Show 1,4;
Fashion Show Committee 4; Intramurals 3;
Operetta 3,4; Betty Crocker Scholarship A-
ward 4.


ANNE RAUGHLEY Para Medical Club 2,3,
Historian 2; Latin Club 2,3; Latin Forum 3;
Anchor Club 3,4, Parliamentarian 4; Class
Treasurer 2,4; Chorus 3,4; Hi Tide 1,3; Jun-
ior Play Committee 3; Senior Play Committee
4; Prom Committee 3; Fashion Show 1; Fash-
ion Show Committee 3,4; Intramurals 1,2; Op-
eretta 3,4.


RONNIE RODGERS Hi Tide 3; Junior Play
Committee 3; Senior Play Committee 4; Prom
Committee 3; Intramurals 1; Baseball 2,3,4;
Basketball 2,3,4, Captain 4; All Area Basket-
ball Team 4.


JOHN ROEBUCK Orchestra 1; Hi Tide 3;
D.C.T. 3,4, Vice-President 4.


BECKY SANDEFUR Entered P.K. in 10th
grade. Annual Staff 4, Co-Editor 4; Varsity
Cheerleader 4; Hi Tide 2, 3, 4; Junior Play
Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Fashion
Show 3; Fashion Show Committee 4; Literary
Magazine 4; Homecoming Queen 4.


MIKE SHAW Entered P.K. in 12th grade.


HAROLD SHOWALTER Spanish Club 3,4; Hi
Tide 1; Junior Play Committee 3; Senior Play
Committee 4; Prom Committee 3; Intramurals
1; Football 2.


SCHELLY SMITH Annual Staff1; Thespians
1, 2, 3, Clerk 2, Vice-President 3; Anchor
Club 2,3,4; Class Treasurer 1; Orchestra 1,
2,3,4; Hi Tide 3,4; Senior Homecoming Chair-
man 4; Junior Play 3; Senior Play 4; Prom
Central Committee 3; Literary Magazine 3,
4, Co-Editor 4; Yonge Chatter 4.


WHIT SPRINGFIELD Student Council 1; Key
Club 2,3,4; Band 1,2; Hi Tide 1; Fashion Show
Escort 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 3,4;
Football 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Homecoming
Court 4; Prom Serving Boy 1.



JUDY STRANGE EnteredP.K. in 12th grade.


JAMES THOMPSON Latin Club 2, 3, Vice-
President 3; Student Council 4; National Honor
Society 3,4; Key Club 2,3,4, Secretary 3; Hi
Tide 2,3,4; Junior Play 3; Senior Play 4.


MARIA TORRES EnteredP.K. in 11thgrade.
Para Medical Club 3,4; Hi Tide 3; Prom Com-
mittee 3; Fashion Show 3.







SENIOR DIRECTORY


MARELL TYRE Student Council 2; Band 1,
2; Hi Tide 1,2; Prom Committee 3; Fashion
ShowEscort4; Track 1,2,3,4, All State 2,3,4;
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Serving Boy 1; All
Area Football Team 4; All Conference Foot-
ball Team 4; Basketball 1,2,3, All Conference
3.



WILSHIRE WALKUP Student Council 2;
Band 1,2,3; Prom Committee 3; Fashion Show
Escort 4; Track 2,4; Football 3,4.



SAM WESTER Band 1,2,3; Hi Tide 1,2,3;
Junior Play Committee 5; Prom Committee
3; Track 1; Football 1,2; D.C.T. 4. \


TRANTHAM WHITLEY Interact Club 3, 4,
Executive Board 4; Band 1,2,3,4, Drum Major
2,3,4; Hi Tide 1,2,3,4; Junior Play Committee
3; Senior Play Committee 4; Prom Committee
3; Track 3; Exposition 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3.


JIM WISE Annual Staff 2,3,4; Latin Club 3;
Latin Forum 3; Hi Tide 3; Junior Play 3; Sen-
ior Play 4; National Honor Society 3,4.


BEVERLY WYNNE Para Medical Club 2, 3,
President 3; Latin Club 2,3; National Honor
Society 3,4; Keyette Club 2,3,4; Band 1; Var-
sity Cheerleader 3,4; Hi Tide 1,2,3,4; Junior
Play Committee 3; Senior Play Committee 4;
Prom Committee 3; Fashion Show 1; Fashion
Show Committee 4; Prom Serving Girl 1.


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