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Group Title: Yongester
Title: Yongester. 1968
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover
    Front Matter
        Front Matter 1
        Front Matter 2
        Front Matter 3
    Title Page
        Page 1
    Dedication
        Page 2
        Page 3
    Spotlight on students
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
    Sports
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
        Page 23
        Page 24
    Features
        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
        Page 28
        Page 29
        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
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        Page 37
        Page 38
    Organizations
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    Administration
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    Faculty
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MISS MARIAN DAVIS

MARIAN

She gave love most easily
To those with the greatest need,
SAnd thus she worked the greatest miracles.

She inspired a sense of competence,
a desire to do,
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So lean your ladder on a star
And climb upward toward the sky.

Each step will conquer little things
New heights give more to see,
The knowledge that new vision brings
MR. BILL PADEN Gives wings to victory.


The answer to the qualms of race
Are hidden in the mind;
And bitterness is not the case
If answers we would find.

Peace must come within the heart
Or else it cannot last;
Eternal hoping is an art
Say voices from the past.

When one has reached his highest goals
And rainbows arch the sky;
Hope lights the darkness in men's souls
And earth's life will never die.







SPOTLIGHT ON STUDENTS

As the curtain rises on the P.K.
Yonge campus during the '67 '68
schoolyear,we find the stage rela -
tively unchanged.
The back stage capers of sum-
mer have come to a close, and the
students begin preparations, once
more, for this coming year.
The stage crew, composed of tea-
chers, has been industriously pre-
paring for a superb performance un-
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Teamwork has been the key word this year as the Blue Waves rolled through
a victorious season of seven wins and three losses. The long, hot hours of gruel-
ing practice produced a tough, determined squad of men ready to tackle opposing
teams with strength and vigor. Bones mended,worries turned to cheer, and pray-
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B-Squad Football team


Corky O'Connell


Don Bradley


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Kevin Hollien


I knew you could do it, team!


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Bill Weintraub


Paul Kidd


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CHEERLEADERS


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Row 1, L. to R : Jeannie Fitzpatrick, Becky Monroe, Louetta Kidd, Lindsay Mickler, Debbie Bartley.
Row 2, Patsy Munden, Luly Allen, Bobbie Colson.


Louetta, Captain


Debbie


Lindsay


Becky


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As the spotlight falls on the cheerleaders, their
eyes are bright with excitement, their cheeks are
burning red, their necks are swollen and their pulses
are following a wild, wild beat.
Victory, victory, P.K.Y. !"They yell as a full-
back makes a goal. "Make thatpoint! "follows soon
after. And then comes the "Whisper Yell", andthe
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Patsy Munden


Bobbie Colson


The B- Squad cheerleaders for this year are Pam Goodheart and
Peggy Hammond, row one. Jacqui Fellers, Paula McGehee,
Nancy Wilkowski, Ann Cowperthwaite, Viki Schmidt, and Lynn











BASKETBALL

"Waves are dynamite" resounded
through the school this year as the bas-
ketball teams dribbled,passed and shot
their way through the season. Coaches
Hoskins, Jones and Br o w n drilled the
teams over stone bruises, sprained an-
kles, and pulled muscles. Their work
turned out to be exciting as well as re-
warding as the teams bounded forth
with high spirits and enthusiasm. Co-
operation was the theme that carried
the team through a victorious season.


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Varsity basketball team: Row 1, L. to R.: John Warnick, Paul Hammond, Bill Weintraub, Bob McNellis,
David Dobson, Tom Small, Rick Scarborough. Row 2: Vance Johnston, Benny Layfield, John Mahon, Reg-
gie Davis, Kim Preston, Eckrol Olson, Coach Hoskins. Managers: Gary Wilkowske, Clifford Preston.


Dec. 2 3 o Mayo
Dec. 5 Williston
Dec. 9 Hamilton County
Dec. 12 Cross City
Dec. 15 Hawthorne
Dec. 18-19 Christmas Tournament
Jan. 5 Perry
Jan. 9 North Marion
Jan. 12 Orange Park
Jan. 18 Santa Fe
Jan. 19 Lake Butler
Jan. 20 Chiefland
Jan. 23 Cross City
Jan. 26 Williston
Jan. 30 North Marion
Feb. 2 Jasper
Feb. 3 Lake Butler
Feb. 5 Chiefland
Feb. 8-9-10 Suwannee Conference
Tournament
Feb. 13 Santa Fe
Feb. 16 Mayo
Feb. 22-23-24 Group Tournament































BASEBALL


BASEBALL SCHEDULE


March 12
March 15
March 16
March 19
March 22
March 23
March 26
March 29
March 30
April 2
April 5
April 9
April 11
April 15


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Cross City
Jasper
Dunnellon
Lake Butler
Mayo
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Jasper
Lafayette H. S.
Lake Butler
Cross City
Crystal River
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TRACK SCHEDULE


Gainesville Open End
Bradford County
Lake Butler-Clay County
Santa Fe
Macclenney
North Marion
Lake Butler
Jasper-Newberry
Chiefland Relays
P. K. Y. Invitational Meet
Chiefland
Clay County
Suwannee Conference Meet


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Girls Tennis Team
Row one: Julie Warmke, Kath-
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Row two: Hilda Harrell, Karen
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Row one: Doug Bradbury, Nick
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Row two: Rick Stephens, Glenn
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TENNIS


"Tennis, anyone?" received .
an affirmative reply from enough
students to start a tennis team
at P. K. Yonge. Strenuous prac- -
tice and considerable time and
dedication produced a rewarding
experience for those involved.
The addition of both a boys' and
girls' tennis team to P. K. extra-
curricular activities has been a .-
pleasant and encouraging event '
to all students, especially those
interested in sports participation. .





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Doug Bradbury, Nick Garcia, Mike Hogan, Mike Neutzel-Captain, Carmen Garcia, Ellen Johnson.
Not pictured: Carolyn Pooley.


GOLF

Fore (four boys and three girls)
constituted the golf team at P. K.
Yonge.One of the newer inter-school
activities, the team shows much
promise of becoming an outstanding
addition to P. K. Yonge athletics.














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Homecoming King and Queen: Court: Court:
Rick Scarborough and Tom Small and Marsha Mehaffey Benny Layfield and Gayle Guinn
Lindsay Mickler_ The house lights dimmed and the audi-
ence slowly quieted to give their attention
to Dave Small.After singing several songs
he relinquished the -stage to Joe Wirtala
and Vance Johnston, the MC's. Joe and
Vance lead the audience through a maze of
skits, specialty acts, and the coronation
of the Homecoming King and Queen, Rick
Scarborough and Lindsay Mickler; Prince
and Princess, David Dobson and Carolyn
Beazlie. Marsha Mehaffey, Tom Small,
Gayle Guinn, and Benny Layfield comprised
the Court. Bonnie Enneking, Gale Davis,
and Mary Taylor were chosen by the foot-
ball team to be the Homecoming sponsors.
As Hi-Tide came to a close, the band
marched through the auditorium to lead the
audience to the bonfire. At this time the
Band, Majorettes, and Cheerleaders built
up the enthusiasm of the crowd to a mo-
mentous peak. The winning skit"The Night
Before Homecoming"presented by 9C was
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Prince and princess:
David Dobson and
Carolyn Beazlie


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HOMECOMING









With a 51- ctory over the Branford
Buccaneers the Blue Waves celebrated
Homecoming '67.Many of the P. K. alum-
ni returned to see the game and attend
the dance.
Unique lighting effects and unusual
pictures transformed the gym into a ka-
leidoscope of color. The band,"The Epics,"
rocked out while minds were blown to the
accompaniment of strobe lights.


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SENIOR PLAY

"HIP HIPPIE HOORAY"




"We grow old, we grow square, as
the seasons pass,
Spring can swing, winter's cold,
winter's nippy
But remember your youth, life
will be a gas
If you stay just a little bit hippie."
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Susie Stevenson
Alex
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Musicians


Diogenes
The Guru
Brendan
Guinevere
Launcelot
Capt. Ramsey
Patrolman Kelly
Romola Winters
Roy Winters
Mitzi
Delivery Boy
Hairy Hippie
Mrs. Stankey
Mrs. Stevenson
Mr. Stevenson
Gazelle
Harry
Marguerite
Lottie
Millicent
Norman
Trude
Lavinia
Cecily
Frug
Bozo
Lenore
Clyde
Indignant Hippie
Hippie Companion
Commander Brotherhood


- Corky O'Connell
- Mary Vogh
- Gail Griffin
- Judy Taylor
- Jeff Stacey Kent Learned
- Mike Murphy Kevin Hollien
- Bob McNellis
- Fred Rainbow
- James Funk
- Mike Powers
- Marsha Mehaffey
- Bill Thomas
- Robert Holden
- Bryan Griffis
- Judy Elson
- James Lucas
- Vikki Rowe
- Wesley Mills
- Sue Cullu
- Louetta Kidd
- Debbie Collier
- Mike Eastep
- Cindy Purdy
- Don Bradley
- Hilda Harrell
- Gayle Guinn
- Bonnie Enneking
- Doug Bradbury
- Hilda Harrell
- Lindsay Mickler
- Nancy Steele
- Becky Davidson
- Phil Reed
- Pam Reaves
- Wesley Mills
- Ronnie Harper
- Cheryl Roebuck
- Paul Kidd


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"WEST SIDE STORY"



The major undertaking of the Chorus
this year has been the production of the
musical "West Side Story". Lighting,
props and continuous action appealed to
the emotions of the audience and com-
manded full attention. Guided by the ca-
pable supervision of Mrs. Lynn Arizzi
the students produced an outstanding
performance.










Maria------------- Sally Kline
Tony-------------Jeff Stacey
Riff--------------- Ronnie Harper
Bernardo ---------- Phil Reed
Anita------------- Vicki Sterrett
Action ------------ Dave Small
Diesel------------- Reggie Davis
Baby John---------- Wesley Mills
A-rab------------- Ralph Johnson
Snowboy----------- Kent Learned
Krupke------------ Gerald Batie
Shrank ------------ Fred Rainbow
Anybody ----------Gayle Guinn
Consuelo---------- Prissy Alden
Rosalio ----------- Susan Hortenstine
Chino ------------ Bill Thomas
Doc-------------- Owen Shoemaker
Velma ------------ Cheryl Roebuck
Graziella---------- Sharon Ellis
Pepe --------------Fred Lewis
Indio --------------Tom Lindenfelser
Glad Hand ---------Ann Cowperthwaite







"MOTHER GOOSE G OS MODERN"


There was a Home Ec. teacher
Who taught at this school.
She had lots of students,
But she knew what to do.
She gave them some cloth,
Some needles aid thread,
They each h a ittern
And learned %A aid.


Sally Wilkowske, Fashion Show chairman.


Ginny depicts attractiveness in the superlative.


Headliners from the latest styles are found in
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Bobbie is building blocks to beauty. Pam and Rick are sparkling with animation.

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STUDENT COUNCIL


Lindsay Mickler
President


Luly Allen Gayle Guinn
Vice-President Secretary


David Dobson
Treasurer


Through the f ts of response le repre ntatives the P.K. Yonge
Student Coun strives to serve 11 student in grades sixth through
twelve. Th' years officers, ele ed by th student body are Lindsay
Mickler, resident; Luly Allen, ice Pre dent; Gayle Guinn, Secre-
tary;Davi Dobson, Treasurer, Mr e Taylor serves as sponsor.
The yer began with a pre-s oo orientation for new students.
Through the e Student Co cil s responsible for sponsoring
pep assem lies, home ming, aT nksg ihngbasket, dances, a Christ-
mas toy dri class sections, t Hal of Fame, Seniors Who's Who
the school-to h project and sistig Gainiesville High Schoolin
housing for the FASC convention held in iesville this year.


First row: Luly Allen, Vice-president; Gayle Guinn, Secretary; David Dobson, Treasurer; Lindsay Mickler.
President. Second row: Elise Henry, Jennifer Spache, Larry Davis, JoEllen Wallace, Lynn Stacey, Janice
Fellers, Mrs. Taylor, sponsor, Owen Shoemaker, Bill Raines. Third row: Lynn Cunningham, MaryTaylor,
Peggy Hammond, Mike Hogan, Ann Cowperthwaite, Carol Clark, Patsy Munden, Iwana Dale, Mike Mc-
Nellis, Reggie Davis, Doug Bradbury, John Mahon, Mike Murphy, Bruce Wilkinson, Jennifer Prichett, El-
len Johnson, Jody Lynch, Cathy Clark.








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"Change" was the theme of the Hon-
or Court this year. Chancellor George
Edwardson, in his campaigngn speech
considered the possibility of remodel-
ing the structure of the Honor system
/ at P. K. Yonge and making work for the
students.
At P. K. students are on their honor
S1tto maintain high standards. The Honor
Court strives to help students under-
stand and fulfill their responsibilities.


What's George up to now?


Row one: Chancellor, George Edwardson, Sibet Shoeymen, Linda Brown, Mary Lou Egger, Row two: James
Funk, John Shoeymen, Emory Springfield, Hoyt Haymans.





KEY CLUB


Row one: Ronnie Harper, Gary Reddick, James Funk, Robert Holden.
Row two: Larry Moody, Mike Neutzel, Ralph Johnson, Corky O'Connell.
Row three: James Lucas, Pearce Hunt, Jeff Stacey, Phil Reed, Gary Gordon.
Row four: Mr. Davis sponsor, Hoyt Haymans, Mark Sunwall, Mike Powers.


"The world is blessed by men who
do things."This \dea is often associat-
ed with the Ey Club, wlf busily helped
improe'the s o ~J.r. Locally spon-
sor ugh tIUniversity Kiwanis
C b,the Key Cl at P. K. Yonge is an
a ive group which develops leadership
p ential thr ugha wide variety of ser-
vi e and fe ~ slip activities. Jam
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spo or, withje hI f all the
bers nnedAd carr throu many
worth roj ects /Th e Iluded
building the bonfire for H econng,
landscaping at school, I g schh
benches, working for he Heat Fun,
and helping the etA wit hi ir Sun-
land parties a fthe coce ion loors.


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Worki serving, and rebuilding,
the P. K. Yonge Keyettes have retain-
ed the meaning of "service club" this
year. With the guidance of sponsor
Mrs. Pat Cowen, and president Bonnie
Enneking, with the sponsorship of the
University Kiwanis Club, and with the
assistance of many people the Keyettes
compiled an impressive list of projects.
Construction of wooden floors for the
concession stands at Citizens' Field
was accomplishedwith the cooperation
of the Key Club; the Student Directory
was published; parties were held for
the children at Sunland Training Cen-
ter; money was raised for the school-
to-school project; and many other ac-
tivities to boost school spirit were
put into effect.


Row one: Bonnie Enneking, Gloria Martinez, Carolyn Dennison, Carolyn Beazlie, Jane Fox, Patsy Munden,
Jacqui Fellers, Debbie Bartley, Mrs. Cowen, Sponsor. Row two: Marilyn Myers, Mary Ann Emmerson, Linda
Brown, Nancy Wilkowske, Joyce Horner, Iwana Dale, Vicki Sterrett, Lynn Erb, Nancy Steele. Row three
Janet Kurth, Jean Crago, Nancy Kinard, Louise Howard, Ann Perry, Patty Rogers, Peggy Hammond, Me-
linda Meaders, Becky Monroe, Aynn Eggert, Barbara Hodges.






























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Row one: Mike McNellis, Billeaves, Andy Taylor, David Dobson. Row two: Mr. Massey, Sponsor, James
LeMoyne, Owen Shoemaker, neJa s, Joe Wirtala, John Clark, Larry Dixon, Don Bradley, Larry Pritchett,
Row three: Jimmie Springfield, ddi Dowling, Vanceohnston, Kim Preston. Row four: Danny Williams,
Bill Freeman, Nck Garcia, D d e, Steve Be ith, Bruce Evjen, David Carr, Jack Dixon.
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ANCHOR CLUB


Motivation is the secret to the success
of the Anchor Club this year. These girls
showed the true spirit of service through
visits to the Gainesville Nursing Home,
working for UNICEF at Halloween,provid-
ing victory boxes for varsity players after
basketball games, in addition to sponsor-
ing the district Anchor Club meeting. The
club also elected Bill Weintraub as Anchor
Admiral for the year.
The high quality of accomplishment in
these projects would not have been possible
without the guidance of president, Mary
Vogh and sponsor, Miss Sharon Brown.


Mary Vogh, President


Row one: Bobbie Colson, Mary Vogh, Sally Wilkowske. Row two: Lindsay Mickler, Carol Clark, Susan Hor-
tenstine, Judy Elson, Valree Rogers, Elise Henry. Row three: Virginia Winn, Karen Crago, Jeannie Fitzpat-
rick, Joy Clark, Lynn Cunningham. Row four: Gayle Guinn, Marsha Mehaffey, Mary Graham, Mae Batey,
Pam Lucas.




































SPANISH CLUB

Si usted estudia espanol, el Club
de Espanol le debe interesar. The
only requirements to become a
member of the Spanish Club are
interest in the lanugage and some
experience in the study of Spanish,
either previous or current. Dedi-
cated to the furthering of enjoy-
ment and understanding of Spanish,
the students involved in this club
meet with their sponsor, Mrs. Ra-
bel, twice a month to discuss re-
lated subjects.







FRENCH CLUB

Foreign language is becoming an increas-
ingly important factor in the world. Commu-
nicationbetween countries is vital. The mem-
bers of the French Club realize this and through
their club activities strive to learn about other
French speaking countries.
Among their activities this year were the
French Banquet for the school and La Calendas,
the Marti Gras New Year celebration.


























Really, Tom, it was this big!


The Thinker.


That's modern art?


Flower Power rides again.


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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY


Members of the National Honor
Society are chosen on the basis of
character ,scholarship, leadership,
and service. The purpose of this
organization is to stimulate interest
in maintaining above average grades
and to recognize students with out-
standing abilities.


Officers: Louetta Kidd, Secretary; Bob
McNellis, President; Lindsay
Mickler, Vice-president; Doug
Bradbury, Treasurer.































P. K. YONGE BLUE WAVE MARCHING BAND




P.K. YONGE BAND IN CONCERT







BAND


"Band!" "Yes, Sir!" "Attenhut!"
One. Two, Three... "Under the lea-
dership of drum major Tommy Red-
dick and new band director Mr. C.A.
Fouse, the Blue Wave Marching Band
has performed in a superior manner
this year. Playing at all home foot-
ball games and many away games,
sponsoring a pep band at basketball
games, and boosting school spirit
at pep rallies were only a few of the
bands activities. Attracting admira-
ble attention at all activities, the
band has been a recognized asset at
P.K. Yonge.


Mr. Fouse, our new band director.


O. K., quit blowing your horns!































Majorette Training Squad


Band Officers. Row one: Mary Vogh and Gloria
Martinez, Co-heads. Row two: Sally Wilkowske,
Mike Dwyer, Mike Eastep, Row three: Vernon
Holliman, Tommy Reddick, Steve Alligood.


MAJORETTES


As the Blue Wave Band provides the background
music, the glittering figures of themajorettes appear
on the field. Their shadows playfully dance, as their
twirling batons blind the spectators. Then these star-
like figures exit with the "Snake Dance", but this is
not the end. Then comes practice, practice, practice.


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Girls Ensemble: Cheryl Duncan, Ann Cowperthwaite, Valree Rogers, Susan Hortenstine, Rachael Bailey,
Sandy Walker, Aynn Eggert, Lanita Hogan, Vicki Sterrett, Viki Schmidt, Sally Kline, Judy Elson, Prissy
Alden.


Junior Chorus









YOUNG LIFE


The crowded room buzzes with talk and
laughter as song books fly through the air.Bill
Oakley raises a hand, yells, "Number 42!" the
noise subsides as the pianist begins playing.
Soon voices are united in song, and the people
are united in friendship. Then pandemonium
reigns again as preparations are made for a
skit. Many laughs later, Dr. Wagemaker, or
Herbie as he is known, stands up and calls,
"Time Out!" Silence settles over the rooms
he begins to talk of Christianity and each indi-
viduals need for commitment to some ideal.
After a short prayer, the room is again filled
with song.
As "club draws to a close, a feeling of hap-
piness, excitement, and friendship prevails.
The crowd slowly drifts away, already waiting
for next week and another meeting of Young Life.
































Annual Staff: Elizabeth Hudson, Virginia Cripe, Warren Sarle, Marilyn Myers (editor), Phil Reed,
Martha Egger, Liz Faulkner, Barbara Hodges.


ANNUAL STAFF


Portrait of an Annual Staff
Hurry where's Marilyn ? layouts -
lost layouts finished layouts now we
need pictures of the chorus, Hi-Tide, and
the library when ? now !! a broken
camera no film deadlines dummy unit-
copy blocks copy and more copy cut copy
"Nobody reads it anyway"- Hey,where are
those pictures ? only one light! ? blurry
pictures.- HELP !!! the result ?-
YONGESTER '68!


Dark Room







ADMINISTRATION



Dr. J. B. Hodges Director


Mr. John Neller, Principal


Mr. J. B. Hannum, Dean of Students







FACULTY


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Whether playing baseball, relaxing in the lounge,
counseling, or teaching a class, the faculty at P. K.
Yonge is very much a part of campus life. Blessed
with the presence of a new principal, Mr. John Nel-
ler, the faculty and staff showed a vitality and in-
terest this year that reflected their feelings of the
entire student body.




Oh, boy, it's going to be another one of those days.


Where did that ball go?


Baseball has given Mrs. Arizzi a chance to strike out for herself.












































I wonder what we're having for lunch today?


Mrs. Taylor puts her best foot forward.
























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The relationship between tea-
chers and students at P. K. Yonge
is one of mutual trust and respect,
Unaffectedby the statewide teacher
walkout, P. K. maintained high qua-
lity education through the effort of
outstanding teachers. The adminis-
tration guided the school through
trying times and students and facul-
ty alike were glad when June arrived.


Here he is!


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Prissy Barton
Tom Batey
Cecil Batie
Ursula Brookbank
Debbie Butler

Rick Carnell
Harrell Chotas
Cathy Clark
Claudia Cluff
Debbie Coggins
Joey Conner


Marva Coward
Hilda Cowart
Dan Crago
David Crews
Karen Da'uphinee
John Dee


Carolie Dixon
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PUOTO&RAP. Ken Donaldson
NorA lDan Dresdner
David Edgar
Mary Lou Egger
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Don Emerson
Charles Eno
Johnny Fitzpatrick
William Foster
John Freeman
SCarmen Garcia

John'Greene

Pam Goodhart
Maria Hamby
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Bob Hendry
Marilyn Hicks
Sandra Hinton
Ralph Hipp
Danny Holton
Gordon Horn


Wanda Huckabee
Karen Hustad
Ellen Johnson
A Rosalynv Johnsons
Walter Johnston
Paul Lambert












He feared most of all the choices, that cried to be taken.
Steve Littlerwere no b
Jody Lynch
Paula McGehee
Kathleen McNellis
Kathy Miller
Brenda MixsonG

Somehow to find a still spot in the noise
Was the frayed inner want, the winding, the frayed hope.
Whose tatters he kept hunting through the din.
A velvet peace somewhere.
A room of wily hush somewhere within.

So tipping down the scrambled halls he set
Vague hands on throbbing knobs. There were behind
Only spiraling, high human voices,
The screams of nervous affairs,
Wee griefs,
Grand griefs. And choices.

He feared most of all the choices, that cried to be taken.

There were no bourns.
There were no quiet rooms.
Gwendolyn Brooks


Alvin Morgan
Shannon Munden
Al Murray
Mike Myers
Elizabeth Nettles
Lindsay Newian


Ken Noble
Andy Olson
Ben Orton
David Pearson
Debbie Pearson
Steve Perkins %3i1







Jean Person
Elizabeth Pooley
James Preston
Jennifer Pritchett
Felicitas Quintana
Gail Reaves


Lanny Reddick
Ginny Sanderfur
Viki Schmidt
John Shoemyen
Marilyn Simmons
Susie Steele


Robin Stevens
T.O. Sterrett
Sandy Stringfellow
Charles Suarez
Paul Summerlin
Brad Suter


Debbie Thomas
Kathy Tillis
Julie Warmke
Richard Whitehouse
Bruce Wilkinson
Jerry Wilson


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David Alper
Alan Ayers
Rachel Bailey
Bobbie Bates
Wayne Batie
David Carr

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John Clark
Joy Clark
Paula Cline
Joyce Cosby
Ann Cowperthwaite


Jean Crago
Preston Crider
Virginia Cripe
Lynn Cunningham
Susan Dauphinee
Carolyn Dennison










Vernon Holliman
David Holton
Joyce Horner
Gene Janes
Susan Junkin
Steve Keene


Glen Kitchens
Janet Kurth
Kim Landsman
James LeMoyne
Fred Lewis
Andreana Lisca


Pam Lucas
Billy Lund
Ronnie Lund
Pam Marcus
Susan Marshall
Dan Marvel

























Mary Mathis
Melinda Meaders
Wally Newcomb
Jennifer Opp
Steve Orton
Kelli Perkins


Steve Preston
Kathleen Ramsey
Ken Reed
James Rising
Joyce Robbins
Patty Rodgers


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Fred Rothwell
Susan Sheppard
Sibet Shoemyen
Joe Smith
Steve Soar
Jennifer Spache
David Spinks
Jimmie Springfield
Mary Stalnaker
Charles Stearns
Becky Taylor
Gussie Taylor


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Pete Trimmer
Kathy Wade
Molly, Webb
Nancy Wilkowske
Danny Williams


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Prissy Alden
Ann Barnett
Debbie Bartley
Mary Ann Barton
Carolyn Beazlie
Steve Beckwith
Dian Booth
Linda Brown
Melba Callyas
Carol Clark
Bobbie Colson
Ruth Cowart

Karen Crago
Iwana Dale
Gale Davis
Reggie Davis
Jack Dixon
Larry Dixon


juniors


David Dobson
Eddie Dowling
Cheryl Duncan
Emmett Dupree
Marc Dupree
George Edwardson

Martha Egger
Mary Ann Emmerson
Bruce Evjen
Liz Faulkner
Edgar Fernandez
Jeannie Fitzpatrick
Jane Fox
Manuel Galvez
Mike Gaylean
Kiki Gordon
Mary Graham
Paul Hammond










Kitty Hinton
Lanita Hogan
Doug Horn
Louise Howard
Mike Howard
Elizabeth Hudson


Pearce Hunt
Ralph Johnson
Vance Johnston
Jeff Jourard
Aminta Karow
Nancy Kinard


Sally Kline
Sandy Landsman
Louise Lastinger
Ido Liedtke
Sm Lindenfelser
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Mike McNellis
Richard Martin
Sherry Martin
Debbie Mathews
Nelia Mesa
Michelle Moreland-


Patsy Munden
Doug Murphy
Ann Perry
Kathy Poole
Kim Preston
Larry Prichett







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Jimmy Pruitt
Bill Reeves
John Remillet
Mari Richerd
Valree Rogers
Jose Salazar


Warren Sarle
Owen Shoemaker
Daryl Simmons
David Small
Tommy Smith
Karen Steele


Vicki Sterrett
Mary Dee Stensgard
Mark Sunwall
Andy Taylor
David Thorp
Dennis Warmke


Gail Ward
John Warnick
Robert Wilkinson
Jane Williams
Joe Wirtala
Larry Wise










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SLULY ALLEN
Those who bring sunshine into
the lives of others cannot keep
it from themselves.


GERALD BATIE
Youth comes but once in a life-
time.


DON BRADLEY
The great hope of society is
in individual character.


STEVE ALLIGOOD
Life never becomes a habit to
me. It's always a marvel.


BILL BECK
Good cheer is no hinderance to
a good life.


S MARY CHAFFIN
f all knowledge, the wise and
the good seek most to know
themselves.


MAE BATEY
The best part of beauty is that
which no picture can express.


DOUG BRADBURY
The average golfer just putters
around.


DEBBY COLLIER
The unspoken word never does
harm.


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THOMAS COPELAND
Silence is one great art of con-
versation.


U ELEANOR CRAWFORD SUZAN CULLU
'Knowledge, once gained,casts The world looks brighter from
a light beyond its own imme- behind a smile.
diate boundaries.


BECKY DAVIDSON
Happiness is a Cadillac.


MIKE DWYER
I only know two tunes; one of
them is "Yankee Doodle,"and
the other isn't.


ANN DAVIS
Nothing is impossible to a will-
ing heart.


MIKE EASTEP
Last night our high school band
played Beethoven, Beethoven
lost.


STEVE DORMAN
Homework is like suspenders,
hard to keep up.


JUDY ELSON
Every noble activity makes
room for itself.


























BONNIE ENNEKING JAMES FUNK
Words without action are the About the only thing that comes
assasins of idealism, to him that waits is whiskers.


JERRY GREENE
Absence is generally conspicu-
ous by its presence.


GAIL GRIFFIN
Our eyes are placed in front of
us because it is more important
to look forward than to look back.


RONALD HARPER
A conscience is the wee, small
voice which warns you after
you've done it.


BRYAN GRIFFIS
There is not a single moment
in our lives which we can af-
ford to lose.


HILDA HARRELL
Earnestness is enthusiasm tem-
pered by reason.


GAYLE GUINN
Sincerity and truth are the basis
of every virtue.


BARBARA HODGES
Happiness is the supreme ob-
ject of existence.


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LAURA HODGES
Together they will live a life
of happiness.


ROBERT HOLDEN KEVIN HOLLIEN
He who thinks most grows most. To go on living one must be oc-
casionally unwise.


SUSAN HORTENSTINE
Songs are the vocal portraits
of the national mind.


HUMBERTO HUERTA
It is only reason that teaches
us silence; the heart teaches
us to speak.


LOUETTA KIDD
Happiness is made to be shared.


PAUL KIDD
Youth is the spring of life.


BENNY LAYFIELD
A joke is a very serious thing.


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A hungry stomach has no ears.





















JAMES LUCAS
Every man is of importance to
himself.


BOB McNELLIS
Wit is an unexpected explosion
of thought.


JOHN MAHON GLORIA MARTINEZ
To provoke laughter without A life which is unexamined is
joining in it greatly heightens not worth living.
the effect.


MARSHA MEHAFFEY LINDSAY MICKLER
Beauty lives with kindness. Thought is the seed of action.


WESLEY MILLS
Execute every act of your life
as though it were your last.


BECKY MONROE
Nothing is as contagious as
enthusiasm.


LARRY MOODY
A gentleman is a man who
doesn't pretend to be any-
thing he isn't.


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JOYCE MOORE
Amusement to the observing
mind is stndy.


MARILYN MYERS
Responsibility educates.


STEPHEN O'CONNELL
A good speech is a good thing,
but the verdict is the thing.


ELLIS MORGAN
It is impossible to enjoy idle-
ness thoroughly unless one has
plenty of work to do.


DAVID NASH
Nothing is a waste of time if
you use the experience wisely.


ECKROL OLSON
Silence is the eloquence of
discretion.


MICHAEL MURPHY
Our aspirations are our possi-
bilities.


MICHAEL NUETZEL
There are two times to ad-
dress a golf ball, before and
after swinging.


PAULA PATTERSON
Endurance is nobler than strength
and patience than beauty.


























CANDACE POWERS
Silence is a virtue of the wise.


CYNTHIA PURDY
Thinking is the talking of the
soul with itself.


PAM REAVES
It is wisdom to believe the
heart.


MIKE POWERS
Clear statement is argument.


FREDRIC RAINBOW
Ambition and love are the wings
to great deeds.


GARY REDDICK
They can conquer who believe
they can.


MERRY PRUGH
A picture is a poem without
words.


BILL RAINES
Constructive leadership.


TOM REDDICK
Music is the universal language
of mankind.


























PHIL REED
Show me a thoroughly satisfied
man and I'll show you a failure.


SEFTON RINKER
Keep quiet and people will think
you a philosopher.


VIKKI ROWE
You can lead me to college, but
you can't make me think.


JEANIE REMILLET
Where there is a will there's
a way.


BILLIE ROBBINS
Many a true word is spoken in
jest.


CARL ROYER
This country would be complete-
ly covered with timber if the co-
mic book hadn't been started.


JIM RICHBURG
Whenever I feel like exercise,
I lie down until the feeling
passes.


CHERYL ROEBUCK
Friendship is that which strengthens
with the setting of life.


RICK SCARBOROUGH
High aims form high character.

























HARRIETTE SIMMONS THOMAS SMALL
Never put of till tomorrow The secret of success is con-
what you can do today. There stancy to purpose.
may be a law against it by then.


ALISON SPINKS
Happiness is the harvest of a
quiet eye.


JEFF STACEY
Always do right; this will gratify
some people and astonish the rest.


JUDY TAYLOR
She who means no mischief does
it all.


NANCY STEELE
What other people think of me
isn't as important as what I
think of myself.


BILL THOMAS
Life is too serious to take too
seriously.


RICK STEPHENS
If you don't say anything you
won't be called on to repeat it.


MIKE THOMAS
Men of few words are the best
men.


























MARY VOGH
Determine that the thing can and
shall be done and then you will
find the way.


SALLY WILKOWSKE
If you are there before it's over,
you're on time. h


SANDIE WALKER
The best way out of a difficulty
is through it.


TOM WILLIAMS
Great acts take time.


BILL WEINTRAUB
The actions of men are the best
interpreters of their thoughts.


VIRGINIA WINN
Art is not an end in itself, but a
means of addressing humanity.









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SENIOR DIRECTORY


ALLEN, LULY B- Squad Cheerleader 2; Varsity
Cheerleader 3, 4; Class Veep 2,3; Keyettes 2,
3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; National Honor Society 3,
4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, Veep 4.

ALLIGOOD, STEVE Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1;
Thespians 2; Track 2, 3; Jr. Play; Sr. Play.

BATEY, MAE Anchor Club 2, 3, 4; Class secre-
tary 4; Thespians 1;Prom Committee 3; Hi-Tide
3; Jr. Play,; Sr. Play.

BATIE, GERALD Sr. Play, DCT 3.

BECK, BILL Sr. Play, DCT 3.

BRADBURY, DOUG Band 1-2;Jr. Play; Sr. Play
National Honor Society 3, Treas. 4; Spanish
Club 3; Student Council 1,3; Golf Team 1, 2,
3,4; Tennis Team 4.

BRADLEY, DON Sr. Play; Football 2,3,4; In-
teract Club 3, President 4; National Honor So-
ciety 3, 4; Thespians 2, Track team 3, 4.

CHAFFIN, MARY Anchor Club 2,3,4; Chorus
2, 3, 4; Sr. Play.

COLLIER, DEBBYJr. Play; Sr. Play; Latin Club
2; Spanish Club 3.


COPELAND, THOMAS Sr. Play.

CRAWFORD, ELEANOR Anchor Club 2, 3,Treas.
4; Sr. Play; Latin Club 2; Para-Med 4; Yonge
Chatter 4.

CULLU, SUZAN Entered P..K. in 11th grade.
Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Honor Court 4.

DAVIDSON, BECKY Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Class
Treasurer 3; Chorus 4.


DAVIS, ANN Entered P. K. in 12th grade. Sr.
Play.

DORMAN, STEVE Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Band 1,
2,3,4.

DWYER, MIKE Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Band 1,2, 3
Sergeant, 4'Captain.

EASTEP, MIKE Band 1, 1st. Lt. 2,3,4.

ELSON, JUDY Anchor Club 3,4; Jr. Play, Sr.
Play; Chorus 4; Girls Ensemble 4; Spanish Club
3; Hi-Tide Co-chairman 3; Prom Committee
3;"Fashion Show".

ENNEKING, BONNIE Jr. Play; Sr. Play;Keyettes
2,3, President 4; National Honor Society 3,4;
Hi- Tide 3.

FUNK, JAMES Sr. Play; Honor Court 4, Key
Club 3, President 4; National Honor Society
3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, Historian 4; Track 3,
Cross Country 3; Spanish Honor Society 3,
President 4.

GREENE, JERRY Entered P. K. in llth grade.
Chorus 3,4; Sr. Play.

GRIFFIN, GAIL Anchor Club 3, 4; Para-Med.
2, President 3, 4; Class Treasurer 2.


GRIFFIS, BRYAN Jr. Play, Sr. Play; Basket-
ball 1,2; Baseball 2,3,4; Football 1,3,4.

GUINN, GAYLE Anchor Club 2, 3, 4; B- Squad
Cheerleader 1, 2; Varsity Cheerleader 3, Cho-
rus 3, Veep 4; Class Secretary 1,2, 3; Jr.
Play; Sr. Play; National Honor Society 3,4;
Spanish Club Secretary 2; Student Council 1,
2,3, Secretary 4; Homecoming Court 4; Fa-
shion Show 4.


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HARPER, RONALD Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 3,
4; Sr. Play; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3,
Treasurer 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4.

HARRELL, HILDA Entered P.K. in 12th grade.
Sr. Play, National Honor Society, Tennis
Team 4.

HODGES, BARBARA Keyettes 2,3,4;Jr. Play;
Sr. Play; National Honor Society 3, 4; Annual
Staff, 4.

HODGES, LAURA Entered P. K. in 12thgrade.
Sr. Play

HQLDEN, ROBERT Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Class
Veep 4; Football 1, 2; Key Club 2,3, 4; La-
tin Club 1, 2; Student Council 4; Thespians
2; Prom Co-chairman 3; Homecoming Co-
chairman 4.


HOLLIEN, KEVIN Entered P. K. in llthgrade.
Football 4; Sr. Play.

HORTENSTINE, SUSAN Anchor Club 3, 4;
Chorus 3, 4; Sr. Play; Para-Med Veep 4.

HUERTA, HUMBERTO Entered P. K. in 12th
grade.

KIDD, LOUETTA Anchor Club 2,3,4; Band
1, 2, 3, 4; B-Squad Cheerleader 2, Varsity
Cheerleader 3, Captain 4; Latin Club 2,3;
National Honor Soceety 3,4; Student Coun-
cil 1.

KIDD, PAUL Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Football 3, 4;
Hi-Tide MC 3.


LAYFIELD, BENNY Band 1, 2; Baseball2; Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Track 3,4;All-
Conference Basketball, First Team All Area;
Homecoming Court 4.
LEARNED, KENT Chorus 4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play;
Football-1, 2.

LUCAS, JAMES French Club 1, 2, 3; French
National Honor Society 2, 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4;
Jr. Play; Sr. Play.

MAHON, JOHN Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,; Tennis
Team 3, 4;.-Student Council 4; Prom MC 3.

MARTINEZ, GLORIA Band 2,3,4; Majorette
3, Co-head 4; Keyette Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4;
Class Treasurer 4.

McNELLIS, BOB Band 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 2, 3; Sr.
Play; Football 1, 2, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Latin
Club 1, 2; National Honor Society 3; President
4; Track 1, 4; Florida Junior Science Sympo-
sium 3.

MEHAFFEY, MARSHA Anchor 2, 3,4; Band 1,
2,3; Majorette 2,3; Homecoming Court 4;In-
teract Sweetheart 4.

MICKLER, LINDSAY Anchor Club 2, 3, 4; Band
1, 2, Sergeant 3,4; B-Squad Cheerleader 1, 2;
Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4; Class President 1;Jr.
Play; Sr. Play; National Honor Society 3, Veep
4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3,
President 4; Hi-Tide 3,4; Prom Committee 3;
Spanish Honor Society 3, Veep 4; Homecom-
ing Sponsor 2; Homecoming Princess 3, Home-
coming Queen 4; Girls' State 3; Florida Youth
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SENIOR DIRECTORY


MILLS, WESLEY Baseball 3,4; Chorus 2,3,4;
Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Football 1, 2, 4.

MONROE, BECKY Keyette Club 2, 3, 4; Band
1,2, 3, 4; Jr. Play,; Sr. Play; Varsity Cheer-
leader 4; Class Veep 3.

MOODY, LARRY Chorus 4, Jr. Play; Sr. Play;
Key Club 3,4; Science Club 1.

MOORE, JOYCE Anchor Club 3,4; Band 1, 2
3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Latin Club 3; Nation-
al Honor Society 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Para-
Med 1.

MORGAN, ELLIS Sr. Play

MURPHY, MICHAEL Band 1, Basketball 1, 2;
Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Key Club 4; Latin Club 2,
3; Student Council 4.

MYERS, MARILYN Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Keyette
Club 2, Secretary 3, Veep 4; Hi-Tide 3; La-
tin Club 2; Prom Committee 3; Annual Staff
3, Editor 4; Thespians 1.

NASH, DAVID Band 1, 2,3, 4; Basketball 2, 3;
Chorus 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Jr. Play; Sr. Play.

NUETZEL, MICHAEL Band 1; Key Club 3,4;
Track 1; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4.

0 CONNELL STEPHEN Entered P. K. in 12th
grade. Football 4; Sr. Play.

OLSON, ECKROL Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1,
2, 3, 4; Sr. Play; Thespians 1; Track 3-4.

PATTERSON, PAULA Sr. Play; Para-Med 2,
3, Treasurer 4.


POWERS, CANDACE Chorus 3, 4; Sr. Play.

POWERS, MICHAEL Football 1, 2; Track 1;
Basketball 2; Band 1, 2,3; Key Club 3,4; Hi-
Tide 3; Sr. Play.


PRUGH, MERRY Anchor Club 2, Historian 3,
4; Chorus 3; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Honor Court
4; National Honor Society 3,4; Para-Med 4;
Spanish Club Historian 2; Spanish Honor So-
ciety 3,4.


PURDY, CYNTHIA Entered P.K. in 12th
grade. Annual Staff, French Club; Sr. Play;
National Honor Society.


RAINBOW, FREDRIC Spanish Club president
1; Chorus 3,4; Operetta 3, 4; Hi-Tide 3; Jr.
Play; Sr. Play.


RAINES, BILL Chorus 2, 3, 4; Operetta 3, 4;
Class President 3,4; Jr. Play; Play;Foot- -
ball 3.

REAVES, PAM Anchor Club 2, 3, 4; Sr. Play;
Co-editor Virtu; Spanish Club 1, 2, 4.


REDDICK, GARY Basketball 1; Jr. Play; Sr.
Play; Key Club 2, 3, Secretary 4; Tennis
Team 3,4.



REDDICK, TOM Band 1,2, Drum Major 3,
4; Sr. Play.












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REED, PHIL Entered P.K. in 11th grade.
Chorus 2, 4; Operetta 4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play;
Key Club 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3; Annual
Staff 3,4; Golf Team 3,4.

REMILETTE, JEAN Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Sr. Play.

RICHBURG, JIM Sr..Play.

RINKER, SEFTON Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Sr. Play;
Football 2,3, 4; Track Team 1.

ROBBINS, BILLIE Para-Med 2,3; Chorus 2,3,
S4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play.

P .ROEBiUCK, CHERYL Para-Med 2,3, Veep.
Chorus 2,4; Operetta 2,4; Fashion Show 3;
Sr. Play.

ROWE, VIKKI Sr. Play; Fashion Show 4; Jr.
Play; Anchor Club 3.

ROYER, CARL Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Hi-Tide 2,

SCARBOROUGH, RICK Key Club 2, 3, 4; La-
tin Club 1, 2; Class President 2; Class Veep
3; Student Council 2; Hi- Tide Co- Chairman
3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 3,4; Basketball
3, 4; Class Treasurer 1; All Conference Base-
ball 3.

SIMMONS, HARRIETTE Operetta 2,3,4; Cho-
Srus 2, 3, 4; Intramurels 1, 2; Sr. Play.

SMALL, TOM Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4; Class President 1, 2, 3; Key Club 3,
4; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Cross Country Track
2; Hi-Tide 3; Most Valuable Player Baseball
S 2, 3; All Conference Baseball 2,3; All Area
Basketball 3,4; All Conference Basketball 4.
SPINKS, ALISON Para-Med 3; Sr. Play.

STACEY, JEFF Key Club 2; 3, 4; Chorus 2,3,
4; Operetta 2,3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play.


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STEELE, NANCY Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Keyette
Club 2,3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Spanish Honor
Society 3, 4; Intramurels 1, 2; Fashion Show 3.

STEPHENS, RICK Band 1, 2, 3; 4; Basketball 1;
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Sr. Play.

TAYLOR, JUDY Band 2, 3; Majorette 2,3;
Chorus 1, 4; Operetta 1, 4; Fashion Show 4;
Sr. Play.

THOMAS, BILL Baseball 4; Chorus 4; Opere-
tta 4; Sr. Play; Football 2,3.

THOMAS, MIKE Sr. Play; National Honor So-
ciety 3, 4; Student-Council 3; Track 1.

VOGH, MARY Band 1,2,3,4; Majorette 2,3,
Co-head 4; Thespian Secretary 1; Honor Court
1, Clerk 2; Latin Club 2, Treasurer 3; Anchor
Club 2, Veep 3, President 4; Hi-Tide 2, 3, 4;
Orchestra 2; Prom Co-chairman 3; Jr. Play;
Sr. Play; Student Council 3; National Honor
Society 3, 4; All Star Marching Band 2; All
Star Majorette 3.

WALKER, SANDIE Chorus 2, 3, 4; Operetta 2,
3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play. /

WEINTRAUB, BILL Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball
2, 3, 4; Class Officer 1, 2; Football 1,2,3,4; Key
3,4.
WILKOWSKE, SALLY Anchor Club 2, 3, Se-
cretary.4; Band 1, 2, 3, Sergeant 3, 1st. Lt.
4; Honor Court 2,3; Fashion Chairman 4;
Jr. Play; Sr. Play;Intramurels 1.
WILLIAMS, TOM Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Foot-
ball 1, 2,3,4; Track 1.

WINN, VIRGINIA Anchor Club 3, 4; Jr. Play;
Sr. Play; National Honor Society 3,4.

WODEY, JANIS Chorus 1,2,4; Operetta 1, 2,
4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Fashion Show 3.


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