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CO-EDITORS Virginia Bishop Robert Matchette Martha Coulter

BUSINESS MANAGER Glenna Ray


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FOREWORD

T o you the students and faculty of Baker High School, we

.....p1esent your 1962 Arrowhead . It is our sincere hope that we have been able to capture those special memories which belong only to you, so that if by chance in the future you should turn a page or glance at a picture these pages will hold as much interest as the first time they were opened. Abundant living through deeper study, harder work, and purposeful play has been ours this year, and will help us develop into more intellec­ tual, unselfish, and useful citizens for today as well as tomorrow.

If we, the Arrowhead Staff, have been able to preserve these memories of your 1962 year at Baker High, then our purpose will have been accomplished. ~ ...cc.__. I h9...

ALMA MATER

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In the pines of dear old Geor Stands a school we love. We will always keep her Towering high above.

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Alma Mater, thee we honor True and loyal be.

Ever crowned with grace and glory

Baker, hail to thee!

We will never never falter.

We will do or die.

And for us the blue and white

W ill ever wave on high.

Alma Mater, thee we honor

True and loyal be.

Ever crowned with grace and glory

Baker, hail to thee!

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help to swing open those massive doors through which we must pass and always there is someone who takes hold of the doors and helps us swing them so that we may open the Doors of Knowledge and pass through into the world of life ...

AND SO

To our well-loved administrator, and friend, Mr. Oscar P. Boyles we affectionately dedicate this 1962 Arrowhead in appreciation of his likeable personality, his sense of fair play, his tolerant understanding of our problems, his cheerful participation in the worthy activities of our school, and for the inspiring example of his Christian character.

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WILLIAM HENRY SHAW Superintendent of Muscogee County School District

DR. FREDERICK W. KIRBY

Principal

Baker High School


OSCAR P. BOYLES Assistant Principal

WILLIAM TRUSSELL Assistant Principal

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MRS. JANE

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MRS. RUTH ATKINSON MR. WILLIAM TRUSSELL Counselors


Mrs. Bonnie Lybrand Secretary to Dr. Kirby

Mrs. Mary Lou Hutchings

Secretary to Mr. Boyles

.. 10th Miss Sylvia Pound, Miss Mary Peterman , Mrs. Delores Murphrey

12th Mrs. Marlene Budd

Mr. Philip

ENGLISH

DEPARTMENT

11th Mrs. Alcie Mae Dennis, Miss Margaret Moore, Miss Jo Ann Jackson

9th Mr. Luthur Smith, Mrs. Virginia Wood


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SOCIAL STUDIES

GOVERNMENT Miss Katrina Yielding Miss Gwendolyn Driskell Mr. Alvin Davis

AMERICAN HISTORY Mr. Sam Roberts' Miss Katrina Yielding Miss Carole McAlister

WORLD HISTORY Mr. Carlton Garner Mrs. Jane Deaton Miss Jane Hatcher Mrs. Nell Coan Mr. Fredrick Korzan Mr. Bennie Patterson

PSYCHOLOGY & SOCIOLOGY Col. Andrew Hayes WORLD GEOGRAPHY

Mr. Fredrick Korzan

Col. William Horan

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MATH AND COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENTS

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GEOMETRY Mr. Col. Mr. Mr. Mr.

William Cunningham George Bender Harold Hardy Julian Nichols Foster Watkins

ALGEBRA Mr. William Cunningham Mrs. Vera Weaver Mrs. Frances Core Mr. Harold Richburg Mr. Julian Nichols

GENERAL MATH Mr. William Cunningham Miss Leslie Paley Mrs. Betty Mock Mrs. Mary Lou Gray Mrs'. Jean Wargo Mr. Harold Richburg Mr. Julian Nichols

COMMERCIAL COURSES Mrs. Cora DeMott Mrs. Louise Gilbert Mrs. Rebecca Forehand

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SCIENCE

DEPARTMENT

PHYSICS

Mr. Harold Hardy

CHEMISTRY Miss Barbara Sewell

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Mr. Douglas Burrows

BIOLOGY Mr. Douglas Burrows Mrs. Jean Wargo Mrs. Martha Smith Mrs. Margy Radecki

GENERAL SCIENCE Mr. Sammie Kennedy

Mrs. Betty Mock

Miss Clorie Porch

Mrs. Jean Wargo

Mr. Charles Smith

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ART

Mrs. Shirley Walter

MUSIC Band-Mr. Bryson Curry Choru~-Mr. Byron Grant

FINE ARTS

LANGUAGES Mr. Luther Smith Miss Inez Newman Mr. Roy Judah Miss Margaret Whitted Mr. Byron Grant Mr. Edward Lambert

HOMEMAKING EDUCATION Mrs. Jean Wargo Mrs. Louise Griner Mrs. Phoebe Johnson


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PHYSICAL EDUCATION Miss Jane Jacks

Miss Barbara Roberts

OTHER DEPARTMENTS DIVERSIFIED COOPERATIVE TRAINING

AT BAKER

Mr. Paul Mezick

INDUSTRIAL ARTS Mr. Bobby Reach

~-'8ett SRI RADIO DEMO N STRATOR

LIBRARIAN Miss Nell J 0 Owens

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Mr. Mitchell Ray


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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President __________________________ ._____________________________________ Mike Cooper Vice President ___________________ ___________________ __________________ Elaine Rathel Secretary _____ ___ ______________________ ________ _______ ________ __________ _ Diana Storey Treasurer ____ ________ ___ ______ _______ ___ .___ ________ _____ ___ ___ __ ________ Sherry Miller Sponsors _____ ._____ ____ ___________________________________________ Mrs. Jane Deaton Mr. Phillip Badcock

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ROSE M. AHART "The greatest essen揃 tials 0/ happiness are something to do, some足 to

hope for,

someol1e

thing

to love."

and

Beta Rho Chi 2. Vice President 2; Pep Club 2 .

BARBARA ALLISON " We

X

grow too soon old

and too late smart." FBLA 4; Beta Rho Chi 4; National Honor So足 ciety 4; Lion's Roar Starr 4.

JANICE DIANE ADAMS "It

one's

is

better

mouth

to

k e ep

shut

and be thought a fool than to open it and remove

all doubt."

FBLA 4; Business and Professional W 0 men' S Club 4; Beta Rho Chi 2, S, 4, President 4. 119t:!~1~ V~!: ~NDREWs.. "An!lthing good is worth

working

Jor

and

wait足

ing f or ."

Class Officer I; Jr. Red Cross 1; Choral Club 2; Girls' Ensemble 4; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Sec. 4; Lionbackers 3; Annual starr 4; Quill & Scroll 4.

BEVERLY ALLEN "Solt music is the voice 01 angels ; I play drums."

(Transfer Student)

J.-.

FBLA 4.

MARTHA ASHLEY )(' "Happiness is than worries, pay

"

SHERRY ALLEN ,c "There are two great essentials for happiness; something

to

hope

the

cheaper so why

highest price?"

JIMMY G. ASHMORE " It's darkest iust before

the dawn."

for

and someone to love."

DCT

4.

Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; FNA 2;

Student Council 2 ; Class

Officer 2; Spanish Club

I; Valentine Queen I;

Homecoming Court ~;

Who's Who 4.

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LINDA K. BENNER I know the things that' s most unknown (envy , be sil ent, and attend)! Pope

MILLIE AYBAR ]( "So meti1nes. seT i 0 u s, sometimes gay. always happy in S01ne way."

German Club 3, 4; BioI· ogy Club 2,

FBLA 4, Vice Pres. 4.

MYRA BLALOCK The

tongue

of the iust

is as ch oice silver . . . . The mouth of the ixst bringeth forth wisdom.

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ROCCO BARBUTO )( Speech i s silver ; Silence is golden .

(Transfe r

stud ent ).

OWEN BENTON "I have spread my wings under her f eet." (Transfer

student).

SHARON LYNN -/. BARROW Love is not l ove, which alter r when it alterna­ tion fin ds, or bends with the re1nover to r e1nove. FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, state Degree 3; DCT 4; Pep Club I.

DAVID FREDERICK BARTH

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VIRGINIA LEIGH

BISHOP

"T hat life only is truly fr ee which rules and suff ices f o r itself."

" Happiness makes up in height for what it la cks in l eng th ."

(Transfer student).

Ann ual StaU 2, 3, 4, Co·Edltor 4, Asst. Edi­ tor 3; National Honor Society 3, 4, Historian 4 ; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, State De­ 'gree 3; FTA 2, 3, Jr. Treas. 2, District Sec.­ Treas. 3; Trl·Hi·Y 2, 3, 4, Project Chairman 4 ; Jr. Red Cross 3; Latin Club 3; Quill and Scroll 4.


JIMMY BOLLES " May my everlasting strength help lift me if 1 f all and to help me over the rough places of life."

B-Team Varsity Student Club 3, C-T eam Track 3,

Football I, Football 3, Council 3, 4; 4, Vice Pres. Basketball 4; Who's Who

2;

4;

B

4;

2;

BARBARA BOTVIN

4.

"Dear God, I'm not ask­ ing for myself, but send

my mother a handsome son-in-law'" FTA 4; Chemistry Club 4.

JAMES B. BOHANNON "Mood1l."

B-Team Football I, Varsity 3; Track: 1.

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(!) ;;L EDDIE BOWEN "Most people would suc­ ceed in small things If they were not troubled

with great ambitions ." B-Team Football I, 2; Varsity 3 ; Tra ck 3 ; B Club 3. 4; Who's Who 4 .

GUY A. BONGIOV ANNI ~ "To have a talent is not enough for you; one

must also have your

permission to have it.

ell"

my

friends?"

National Thespian ciety 3, 4.

So­

GWANDA LOW ~ BROOKIN HRe who cannot lorgive others breaks the bridge over which he himself

must

pass."

Beta Rho Chi 4; Busi­ ness and Professional Women's Club 4; FBLA 4.

WILLIAM "Small

BOREZOSKI

(Bill) but mighty."

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BONNIE ANNETTE" BROWN "When

handling

your­

sell use your head; when handling others use your heart.

<Transfer Student)

FHA 4; Beta Rho Chi 4.

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ROSE M. AHART "The greatest essen揃 tials 0/ happiness are something to do, some足 to

hope for,

someol1e

thing

to love."

and

Beta Rho Chi 2. Vice President 2; Pep Club 2 .

BARBARA ALLISON " We

X

grow too soon old

and too late smart." FBLA 4; Beta Rho Chi 4; National Honor So足 ciety 4; Lion's Roar Starr 4.

JANICE DIANE ADAMS "It

one's

is

better

mouth

to

k e ep

shut

and be thought a fool than to open it and remove

all doubt."

FBLA 4; Business and Professional W 0 men' S Club 4; Beta Rho Chi 2, S, 4, President 4. 119t:!~1~ V~!: ~NDREWs.. "An!lthing good is worth

working

Jor

and

wait足

ing f or ."

Class Officer I; Jr. Red Cross 1; Choral Club 2; Girls' Ensemble 4; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Sec. 4; Lionbackers 3; Annual starr 4; Quill & Scroll 4.

BEVERLY ALLEN "Solt music is the voice 01 angels ; I play drums."

(Transfer Student)

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FBLA 4.

MARTHA ASHLEY )(' "Happiness is than worries, pay

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SHERRY ALLEN ,c "There are two great essentials for happiness; something

to

hope

the

cheaper so why

highest price?"

JIMMY G. ASHMORE " It's darkest iust before

the dawn."

for

and someone to love."

DCT

4.

Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; FNA 2;

Student Council 2 ; Class

Officer 2; Spanish Club

I; Valentine Queen I;

Homecoming Court ~;

Who's Who 4.

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LINDA

K. BENNER

know the things that's 1nost unknown

MILLIE A YBAR ~ seT i 0 U $,

"Sometimes.

always happy in some way."

S01neti1nes

FBLA 4,

gay.

Vice Pres.

(envy, be

silent, and attend)! Pope

German Club 3, 4 ; BIol­ ogy Club 2.

4.

MYRA BLALOCK The tongue 01 the iust is as choice silver. . . . The mouth 01 the iust bringeth lorth wisdom"

- D­ ROCCO BARBUTO

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Speech is silver; Silence is golden .

(Transfer

student).

OWEN BENTON mv wings

" [ have spread under her l eet."

(Transfer

student).

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SHARON LYNN '/. BARROW Love is not l ove. which..

alter F when

it

alterna­

tion linds, or bends with the r e11l.0Ver to remove .

FHA I, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, state Degree 3; DCT 4; Pep Club I .

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DAVID FREDERICK BARTH " That lile only is truly Ir ee which rules and suI/ices l or itsell."

VIRGINIA LEIGH

BISHOP

"Happiness makes up in

(Transfer student).

Annual Staff 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 4, Asst. Edi­ tor 3; National Honor Society 3, 4, Historian 4; FHA I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, State De­ ·g ree 3; FTA 2, 3, Jr. Treas. 2, District Sec.­ Treas. 3; Trl-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Project Chairman 4; Jr. Red Cross 3; Latin Club 3; Quill and Scroll 4.

height lor what it lacks in l ength."


MELBA LOUISE BROWN Work is work and must be done, but neverthe­ less, I'll have my fun."

Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4; B-Team Cheerleader I; Debating Club I, 2; FHA I, 2; Pep Club I, 3; St\ldent

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MICHAEL BUSCH "The world was sad; the garden was a wild; a.rnd

.man.,

the

hermit

sigh'd-till woman smil­ ed."

(Trans!er

Student).

Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas.

4; Christmas Queen 4, Court I, 4; Annual Staff 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Alpha Trl­ HI-Y 3; Jr. Court 3; ClvlneUes 4; FBLA 4.

CAROLYN DIANE ~ CARROLL .. I can lind you an ar­

gument; I'm not obliged

to lind you an under­ standing."

FNA 4; Spanish Club 3,

4; FBLA 4; Business and

Professional W 0 men's Club 4; FHA 1, 2, 4.

LANNIE FRANCES BRUNER

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He prayeth best who loveth best all things both great and small, for he who loveth best, he made and loveth all.

Chores I; Alpha Tri-Hi­ Y 4; Civinettes 4.

HAZEL DIANE BUSH She smiles on many just lor lun but everyone knows there's only one.

Chemi stry Club 3; Choral Club 3; Latin Club I ; Jr. Red Cross I , 2 ; Lion­ backers 3 ; FNA 3, 4 ; Band I , 2 ; Glrl's En­ semble 4; Concert Choir

4,

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TONY C. BUFF

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He is " fool who can­ not be angry; but he is wise who will not.

Beta

Rho

Chi

3.

SUSAN L. BURROUGHS Half a piece of pie has less calories .

Chemistry

Club

4.

HEIDI CHRISTIANE '" CANNOR "Whatever you are-be

that; Whatever you say -be true; Straight for­ wardly act, Be honest in fact, Be nobody else

but you!"

Cheer leadlng dent Council Physicology Who's Who

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Club I; Stu­ I; FBLA 4; C 1u b 4; 4.


PAUL CASS "Don't do anything t o­ d ay you can put off un­

til

tomorrow."

MARTHA SUSAN CLAPSADDLE

DCT 3, 4.

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"II ye h ave the laith 01 a mustard, nothinu shall

be impossible unto you ." (Transfe r Student). Jr. Red Cross 2, 3.

"Out

time."

SAM CARTER to have a good

SHERRY LYNN CLICK "He that dwelletlL in the

secret place 01 the most High.

shall

the shadow mighty."

BEVERLY ANNE-t CHAPMAN "Rejoice always, pray constantly, give thanks in all circumstances."

abide u.nder 01

the

AL­

Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3.

Cheerleading Club 1; Sweetheart Court 2; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Choral Club 3; FTA 3, 4; Clvinettes 4; FBLA 4, Program Ch airman 4; Physiology Club 4; Girl's Ensemble 4; Who 's Who 4.

O(J. RAYMOND CLINE "A

man can dignify his

rank but no man' s rank

ea n digni/1I h.im." DCT

4.

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ADIS RAY CH ESSER "Hot rod jan, sportsman ,

and

likes

some

better

than his f ellow man."

Jr. Civitan 4; DCT 3, 4, Presid ent 4; Honor Stu­ dent 2, 3, 4.

JAMES EDGAR COOK " A vid s portsman , good natured,

and

his

weak­

nesses are girl s and pret­ ty cars. " Jr. Civltan 3, 4; C-Tea m Basketball 1: B-Teo.m Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3.

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CHARLES CRESAWN KENNETH BRADY COOK " He who ha s neither friend , nor enemy is

without talents, power s,

or energy/'

OCT

"M ay the vertuous be short lived and happi­ ness dominate the ea rth."

OCT 4.

4.

MARTHA LOU COULTER " He wlto tries to do something and lails is inlinitely better than he who tries to do nothing

and

MICHAEL COOPER (Mike) " Live and work not so much to be remembered lor what you have done, lor wha t you have

to be remembered." Basket ball 3, 4; Track 3; Var­

sity Tennis 2, 3, 4; Key

Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor SOCiety 3, 4, President 4 ; B Club I , 2, 3, 4; Teenage Grand Jury 2, 4; Student Coun­ cil 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Chemistry Club 3; Class President 4; Who's Who 4.

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succeeds."

Beta Tri-Hi- Y 1, 2, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Band I , 2, 4; FTA I, 2, 4, Chaplain I. -neas. 4; Annual Staff 2, 4, Co-Editor 4 ; C1vi­ nettes 4, National Honor SoCiety 4; Debate Club 4 ; Quill and Scroll 4; Hon­ or Student 2; Jr. Red Cross I ; Jazz Club 4; Chemistry Club 4; Lions Roar Staff 2; Who's Who 4. JIM CRAVENS

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our hearts is the source 01

can

all

tlte

strength

we

command.

(Transfer Student).

PATRICK E. COOPER

(Pat)

" Don't lorget that p eo­

ple will judge by your

actions, not your inten­ tions. You may hav e a

heart 01 gold, but so

has a hard-boiled egg."

Of

Varsity Basketball 3, 4;

Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4;

Key Club 2, 3, 4; Na­

tional Honor SOCiety 3,

4, Vice-Pr es. 4; Lion's

Roar Staff 4.

(Y'd

JOHN HI

don"

COUGILL"I­ even care."

(Transfer Student) . Glee Club 4.

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PATRICIA ANN CREEL" " Enjoy what you can and endure what you must."

(Transfer Student).


TRENA CULVERSON

"Be content with your surroundings, but not with your self till you have made the most of them!"

DCT

4.

JANICE MARIE DEW "If I am there before it is over, I am on time."

FHA I, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3; FTA 2; Choral Club 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2; Spanish Club 2.

JACKIE CROCKER "Don't t a k e life so serious, tor you will end up dead at the end any足

way." (Transfer

Student)

VIRGINIA DIXON )(' "It is real nice to be important, but it is real

important

to

be

nice."

'.0-足 JACK DAVIS

"Just have your tun and let the world flicker on."

(Transfer Student).

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CARLOS DOBLE "You ()(lIlt hitch your

wagon to a star . . . but you pull

HEDDY LAMAR DELLINGER "Never put off 1>nti! to足

morrow what you can do today."

DCT

4.

need it."

will-power

to

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HORMAN EDWARD DOWDY "Although it is danger足

ous

to

ha ve

knowledge

too of

much certain

subjects, it is still more

dangerous to be totally ignorant of them."

(Transfer

Student)

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NANCY EBERHARDT think of it tomor­

" ['/I

row , alt er all, tom orrow is another day ." DENA GEARLDINE DUNCAN « Happiness is lik e a kiss, you do n ·t r eceive the full value unless you share it with S01neone:·

Alpha Trl-HI-Y 4 ; FBLA 4; FHA 4; FNA 4; Choral Clu '> 2, 3, 4; Girl's En­ semble 4.

FHA 2 ; FNA 2 ; Glee Club 2 ; Choral Club 3 ; Concert Choir 1; Art Club ) ; Clvinettes 4 ; Speech Club 1.

JOE ELY

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" If at first you do n 't succeed , try, try again ."

(Transfer Student)

FRANK LEON DUKE IlStilZ waters run deep."

(Transfer Student)

DONALD LEE EDGE (DON) "Looks make a man ." (Tra ns f e r Student).

B Club 4; Key Club 4 ;

Chemis try Club 4 ; Var­

sity Football 4; B T ea m

Football 3.

LEON MORGAN

DUNAGAN

"I had a thought the other day . . . So at lea st all the twelve years

weren't was ted." B-Team Football 2; Track 3.

CHERYL DARLENE

DUNBAR

"You may wander far , but God's love has a

long arm-You can never get beyond the reach of it.'

Beta Trl-Hi-Y 2; FTA 2, 3, Sec. 2, 3; Latin Club I, 2; Student Coun­ cil 1; Choral Club 2,3.

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JUDITY ANN EDGE " She may look quiet, but

look again/' Spanish Club 2, 3; Band 3; Majorette 3; Beta Trl­ Hi-Y 3, 4; Civinettes 4; Llonbackers 3; Choral Club 4.


GERALD LAMAR ENTREKIN (Jerry) "Give to the world the best that you have, and the best will always come back to you ."

Spanish Club I, 2; Chem足 Istry Club 3; B Club 3, 4; Track 2 , 3, 4.

PENNY ENGLAND

DENISE FARMER )(" "The Lord is with you, while you are with him . II you seek him, he will be lound by you."

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"God hath made me to laugh, so that all that hear wtl/ laugh with me."

CATHY FITCH "Wha t shall I render to the Lord lor all hi.

bounty to me?" (Trans!er Student). Alpha Tri-HI-Y 4; Lion's Roar Starr 4; Quill and Scroll 4.

MICHAEL CHARLES ERWIN school was lor the smart, wh.y was 1 here?" "II

Chemistry Club 4; B

Club 2, 3, 4; C Team

Bas ketball 1; B Team

Basketball 2, 3; Track

2, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4.

.~K!J.. GARNER ~-rnutrn----

"There aT~ other things in

but with

lile besides money, they won't go out you il you don't

have any." B Team Football I, 2' Varsity Football 3, 4' B Club 4.

RALPH

JONOF~KLER

" The strongest bond in

friendship is sincerity."

Varsity Football 4; B

Team Football 2, 3; B Club 4 ; Key Club 3, 4;

Student Council 1; Lion's

Roar Starr 3, 4.

ROBERT LARRY GOOGE "Good men aTe hard to lind . . sO take good

care 01 mel" B Team Football 2; Var足

sity Football 3, 4 ; B

Team Basketball 2; Var足

sity Basketball 3, 4; Var足

sity Baseball 2, 3, 4;

Jr. Civltan Club 2, 3, 4; B Club 3, 4, Sec. - Treas. 3, 4; Who's ' Who 4.

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SHIRLEY ANN GRANT "Love may last a life­ tim e, but be careful, my friend; for a lifetime 1nay last but a day."

Jr . Red 2, 3, 4, 3. State 3: Pep Sponsor

ALBERT GRIZZARD "stop and consider the wondrous works oj God."

Cross 2; FHA I, Parliamentarian Degree 3 ; FTA Club 3; ROTC 4.

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MARY SHARON GUNN Divine love is a sacred

flow e r which in its early bud is happiness, and 11l its lull bloom is heaven."

Alpha Tri-H1- Y 3, 4; FHA I , 2, 3, 4; FTA 3; Glee Club I, 2, 3 ; Choral Club 4 ; Concert Choir 2; Girl's Ensemble 4 ; Jr. R ed Cross I, 2; Student Council I; Jr. Court 3; Pep Club I, 2.

:r~S ~ERHILL

" W e love -a-jOke that hand s us a pat on the back while it kicks the other fellow down the

stairs." Key Club 2, 3, 4; Teen­ age Grand Jury 3, 4; Cl ..ss Tl'eas . 3; B Club 3, 4; B Team Football 2; Varsity Football 3, 4, Capt. 4, All - Bi - City Guard 3, 4, All-Region Guard 4; Who 's Who 4.

WILLIAM WAYNE GRIZZARD .. A lover

(Bill) 0/ women."

B Club 3, 4 ; Track Team

€~~ JAMES BRUCE GRIFFIN "Solt music is the~oice of angles; I play drums."

Track 3, 4; Science Club 1; Art Club 1; Jr, Red Cross I, 2; Biology Club 2,

DAREN ANN GRIFFIS "Life is but a long wind­ ing , much traveled Toad; to journey this path is to oppose hell and all

its lire and destruction

CAROLYN ANN GUNN "God gave us two ears and one mouth; thus in­ dicating

that

we should

is

make twice as 1nuch use

won, what reward awaits u s at th e end . Death!"

Of one as of the other."

and

FBLA

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when

4.

the

fight

FHA I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4 ; FNA 3, 4.


CHARLES HAAG

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"Gold help s those who help themselves; but God help tho se who get caught ."

(Transfer Student) . Lion 's Roar Staff 4; De­ bate Team 4.

JAMES K. HARMON)( " Forg et th e past, it's over and done. Think 01 the ,uture and what 's

to come.

H

MONETTA GUNTER (Anne)

"Real happiness is cheap; yet how dearly we pay l or its counterleit."

(Transfer Student). Beta Tri-Hi-Y 4; Chem­ istry Club 3; Physiology Club 4; Band 3, 4; DCT 4.

MICHAEL HARDEN)( (Mike) "What I have will declare."

seen

(Transfer Student).

CHARLES WILLIAM

HANCOCK

"Little but loud; but proud ."

-~ ' / '­

poor

(Transfer Student) ..

JAMES R. HAYMOND, JR . "Live and Zet live." Choral Club 1; Club 1; DCT 4.

Science

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() ~ CARLTON HARMAN (Curly) "Lose like you enjoy it, and win like you're used

to

it."

Key Club 2, 3, 4, Sec.

3, Pres. 4; National Hon­

or Society 3, 4; Teen­

age Grand Jury 2, 3;

Class Pres. 2, 3; Student

Council 2, 3; B Team

Football 1; Varsity Foot­

ban 2, 3, 4 ; Track I ,

2, 3; Golf Team 2, 3 ;

B T eam Basketball I , 2,

3, 4; Who's Who 4.

JAMES HA YSON l('

(Buddy)

remains the

fiT i m e champion all."

Ilyer 01

them

29


HOWARD FRANKLIN HOLBROOK (Frank) "To love and be lov ed is wonderful, but to be mislead in love, by some~ one, is a crime." JAMES DAVID HAYES "Character d eve lopment is great ."

B Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 3, 4; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 4.

(Trans ! e r Student). Band 4; Spanis h Club 4 ; Jr. Red Cross 4; Jazz C lub 4; Chess Club 4.

i

)~ Cr I

I

. ,\-1 CC L

GERALD HOMES sky will fall this coming June. ,,!1

"The

I

t.

~

·-,tA l

lc....­

I

PAULA CAMILLE HEIDT "You aTe Jar rich er if a littl e child ha s smiled

at you, and a stray d og

has licked your hand,

OT

if you have looked for th e best in others and

given others the best in you."

FHA 1; Beta Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.

ANGELA HOLLEY

~

(Angie)

" Aim

at

righteousness,

faith, love, and peace, along with those who call "pan the Lord from a

pur e hear,t."

MICHAEL HELMS

~

(Mike) "Many a man thinks he

has an open mind when it's merely vacant."

(Transfer

Student).

JAMES HERRERA-J. "Still water Tuns deep." Spanish Club 1; Chemis­ try Club 3; Biology Club 2; B Team Football 1.

30

LINDA

HOL'LIDAY

"A nd still they gazed , a nd still tthe wonder grew, that one small h ead should carryall it knew ."


DANA MICHAEL HOOD (Mike) "Death is a delightful hiding place, for weary

1nen." Who 's Who 4.

DAVID HUIE " The best way to destroy one' s enemy is to - make friends 0/ him.."

DOTTIE M. HOLT ) / "Help t hyself, and God will help thee."

Pep Club 1, 2; Annual Staff 1; Jr. Red Cross I, 2; Glee Club 2; Chorus Club 4.

GWENDOLYN ELAINE HUNDLEY U

Leave

who

hate

are

too

love."

to

those

weak

to

FHA I, 2, 3, 4, Trea.s. 4, Sta.te Degree 3; stu足 dent Council I, 2, 4; Jr. Red Cross I, 2; Jr. Civ足 Inettes 4; FBLA 4; Biol足 ogy Club 2; Pep Club 1.

LARRY GORDON HOOD "Be aware, for 1 may do something sensatio nal yet."

STEVE HUPPERT

K

A wise man sees as much as he ought, not

as much as he can. U

U

DAVID LEE INGLE CHARLES HOWARD (Chuck)

"If are

"Experience is the fool' s best teacher, the wise do ?tot need it .

for

Track 2, 3, 4 ; B Club 3, 4; Who's Who 4.

~

(Dave) you are for it you against it, and if

you're against it it ."

YOlL

aTe

Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Varsity Football 3, 4; Jr. Civltan 3, 4 ; B Club 3, 4; Who 's Who 4 ; Quill and Scroli 4 .

31


"To

PATRICK JONES err is human;

forgive

JUDITH ELAINE IVEY " The only way to accept an insult is to ignore it; if

you

can' t

ign ore

it,

top it; il you can't top it, la ugh at it ; il you can't

l aug h

at

it,

-t. to

divine."

(Tran s!er Student). Chemistry Club 4. P r es. Jazz Club 4, Vice­ Pres. 4; Band 4, All ­ State Band 4. 4;

it' s

probably de se rved." nCT 4.

"Well

SAM KELLER ~ begun, is hall

done ."

JANICE LYNN JELKS "Today is the t omorrow we worried about yester­

day ."

FNA I , 2; FHA 1, 2;

Chemistr y Clu b 3; Ger­

man Club 2; FTA 2;

Anatomy Club 4; Tri­

Hi-Y 4.

RA YMOND JOWERS . , "Anything l or kicks."

--=­

RUBEN JOHNSON "II you can't be good,

be bad'"

jlrr ~ SKIP JOI~ER "Great men are dying

everyday, as a matter

01 lact , I l eel a little

sick mysell."

Varsity Track 2, 3, 4; Civitan 4; B Club 3, 4' Chemis try Club 4.

32

EDWIN A. KEENEY ,( "Give and YOll shall be loved;

receive

and

it lor granted."

take


MICHAEL JONOTHON

KOCIAN

(Mike) "Speak softly , but carry a big stick ."

PTA 2, 3, Vi ce-Pres. 2; Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, Treas. 2; Beta Rho Chi I ; Biology Club 2, Vice­ Pres. 2; Annual Staff 3; Hi-Y 3; Chemistry Club 3; Anatomy Club 4.

ANN LANGFORD )t' "She may look quiet but look again."

KATHY LEE KNUPPEL " Life is a wonderful thing so ltve it, love it, 'tt:~ make the most of

German Club 3; PBLA 4.

CLYDE LAWSON

X'

" Time and tide wait for

no man:·

JUDY LAMB "What some peopl e call mischief, I call fun."

Choral Club 4, Pep Club 3.

ROBERT FELDER

LA YFIELD, JR.

(Bob) U

A

winner

and

a

never

quitter

quits never

wins." B Team Basketball 2;

Varsity Basketball 3, 4;

Student Council 2; Jr.

Civitan 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; PTA 2, 3.

PAT LANDESS "Character lies in hon­ esty not flattery."

(Transfer Student).

MICHAEL WAYNE

LEDBETTER

(Mike)

"Thine eyes are looking at a big man." (Transfer Student).

33


DIANNE MADDOX

~

"II men interlere with work, quit work."

FRED LEE

(Transfer

"All great men are bald and I'm wearing a wig."

Student).

HI came, lea vi ng."

WALLIS McCLAIN "Greatness

flows

saw, I

I

~

Irom

simple sources." (Tran s!er Student). Debate Club 4; Chemis足 try Club 4; National Honor SOCiety 4; Band 3, 4, Drum Major 4; Pres . 4, All-State Band 3, 4; Jazz Club 4, Pres. 4; French Club 3, 4, Pres. 3; Jr. Civitan 4; Quill & S c roll 4; Lions' Roar Stat! 3.

JERRY MADDOX HNever say, 'never'r'

WILLIAM D.

McMONAGLE

" To conform is to lose all distinction:'

(Transfer Studen t ). Varsity Football 4; Club 4.

B

DAVID MADDEN HFriends, Romans, countrymen, l end

your homework!"

and me

have and

not

need

it,

it than

to need it and not have it."

ROTC sponsor 4; German Club 2; Jr. Red Cross 2, 3; FNA 3; Jr. Civinettes 4; FBLA 4.

34

am


DON MIXON pleasure is in

"No

EDWARD MEDEL 1t "Peace is the fairest form of happiness."

it·

self evil. But those things which are productive 01

certain pleasures bring annoyances many times greater than the pleas­ ures," Jr. Civitan C1ub 2, 3, Pres. 4; B Club 1, 2, 4; Varsity Tennis 1, 3, 4; Chemistry Club

4, 3, 2, 3.

ROBERT BERRY MATCHETTE "If

It is

true

that

the

world will soon be con­ trolled by a few big men, then I am thank­ ful that I am over­ weight ."

Biology Club 2; German Club 2, 3, Sec. 3; Ana­ tomy Club 3; Vice-Pres. 3; Latin Club 3; Hi-Y 3, 4. Sec. 4; Co-Editor An­ nual 4; Jr. Civitan 3, 4, Historian 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, Sec. 4; Debate Club 4; Photo Club 3, 4; Lions' Roar Sta{{ 4.

TOM MONAHAN " He who laughs la st found a dirty meaning/'

Chemistry

Club

3.

ANN CAROL MICHEL )If "All that glisters is not gold."

MARTHA JAN ELL

MOORE

"Always happy, never sad, sometimes naughty, but never bad."

Latin Club 1, 2, Sec. 2; Jr. Red Cross 1; B Team Cheerleader 1; FNA 2; Alpha Tri-HI-Y 3, 4; Jr. Clvlnettes 4, Pres. 4; ROTC Sponsor 4; DCT 4; Who's Who 4.

SHERRY MILLER

0;:;"

"You' ll find with con­ centration mixed with much determination that the most Of it is prac­ tICe and the Test of it is work/~

Class Treasurer 4; Band I , 2, 3, 4; Ma.jorette 1, 2, 3, 4; All-State Con­ cert Band 1, 2; All­ State Orchestra. 3; All­ State Marching Band 2, 3; Columbus Symphony Orchestra 3, 4; Honor Student 2. 3; Annual Sta.ff 4; PTA 2, 3; Chem­ istry Club 3; Student Council 4; Jr. Civinettes 4; Who's Who 4; Tri­ Hi-Y 2, 3.

MARY McCRACKEN )/ MOORE "With the ropes of the present, all Ting the bells of the future."

(Transfer Student). FBLA 4.

35


SANDY NELSON )I "Happiness is cheaper than worry, so why pay

the higher price."

RICHIE MOORE "He who cannot forgive others breaks the bridge over which he himself

(Transfer Student). National Honor Society 4.

must pass." Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; B Team Cheerleader 1; Student Counc!! 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Offices 1; Homecoming Court 1; Who's Who 4.

KATHLEEN MARl E ,( O'CONNOR (Kitty) " Remember me as I'm one that laughed often, not always wisely."

Choral Club 4.

COBY MOSIER "Great people are dying

every day . . . oh my

head, back, side."

Varsity Tennis 1, 2, 4; Student Council 1, FTA 1, 2; B Club 1, 2, 4; Jr. Red Cross 1, B Team Basketball Jr. Civitan Club 2, 3, Varsity Basketball 2, 4; Who's Who 4.

3, 2;

3,

2;

2;

4;

3,

JOHN NOWELL

oJ

What Me?

JACKSON TAYLOR

MOTT

(Jack)

"I swear by my lile and

my love 01 it that I will

never live lor the sake

0/ another man; nor al足

low another man to live

lor mine."

Debate Club 4; Spanish

Club 2, 3; Chemistry

Club 3; Hi-Y 3, 4, Pres.

4; Lions' Roar Staff 4;

Annual Staff 4.

JOHN MULHERN "1/ work is the cause 0/

death; I will never die."

36

WILLIAM DONALD NOWELL . . . Worry?


SANDRA OSSANDER ~ "Life is what you make it."

RONNIE OBENIRE

MARSHALL PARKER "The world is full of girls which iust goes to prove its nothing but a bowl of cherries."

11

"A smile is always better than a frown."

HENRY PASKO «I envy no man that knows more than myself, but pity them that know

less:' Jr. Red Cross 1; Span­ ish Club 1, 2; Biology Club 2. DAVID LEE PAIGE ; (

(( A

brave

man

is

one

with fear yet courage

enough to face his foe.

A man who claims to be brave and entirely with­

out fear is foolish." Jr. Red Cross 1.

CECIL PATTERSON

)I'

"If the Lord had intend­ ed only one girl jor every boy he would have made only one,))

Varsity Football 4; B Club 4; Key Club 3, 4; Annual Business Staff 4; Honor Student 2; Who's Who 4.

BILLIE ANN PAIT be a bed of it has its

"Life may

roses, but thorns."

Jr. Red Cross 3; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treas.

4; Teenage Grand Jury

4; Jr. Civinettes 4, Vice­

Pres. 4; Jr. Beauty 3;

DCT 4; ROTC Sponsor

4; Who's Who 4.

JIM PIGG "I've been in the North,

South, East, and West,

and everywhere I go

there are people.'"

37


-I

DOR PRYOR "Good m en are living to do good and great tnings . 1 believe I ' ll live lor­ eveT.}~

DOUGLAS PITTMAN "Don't

WOTTY,

girls,

I.

my

(Trans!er Student). DCT 4.

brother is coming up." Varsity TraQk 1, 3, 4.

ELAINE RATHEL

It

"Be yourself, for a fals e

lace is

LINDA CAROLYN

POLSTON

smiles on many

"She

iust lor lun, but ev ery­ one knows there is only

one." Band 1, 2; Choral Club 3, 4; Girls' Ensemble 4; Jr. Red Cross 3, 4; Stu­ den t Councll 3; FBLA 4; Jr. Clvinettes 4; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice­ Pres. 4; FNA 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; French Club 3; Anatomy Club 4; Pep Club 1, 3; Annual Staff 4; Annual Business" Staff 3; Homecoming Court 4; Who's Who 4.

71l,uch

easier t o

put on tnan to take Off." Lions ' Roar Staff 2, 3, 4, Editor 4 ; Edito r MEA Bulletin 4 ; Student Coun­ cil 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 2, 3, 4; National Honor So­ ciety 3, 4 ; Hono r Stu­ dent 2, 3 ; Quill & Scroll 4 , Pres . 4 ; D ebate Team 4 , Sec. 4 ; Teenage Grand Jury 4, Treas. 4 ; Class Vice-Pres. 4; Who 's Who 4 ; DAR " Good Citizen " Award 4; Kirven's Fash­ ion Board 3 ; "Miss Citi­ zen ship" 4.

BRENDA

RAINER

"So11/.·etim"es-·n·a'Pp·y , some­

tim es

sad,

some tim es

naugh.ty, but n ever bad. " FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Member­ ship Chairman 3, Vlce­

JANICE FAYE POPE

Pres. 4 ; Alpha Trl-HI-Y 2, 3, 4, Proj ect Chair­ man 4; FBLA 4, Pres. 4; Annua l Bus iness Staff 4; Jr. Civin ettes 4 ; Pep Club 2; Lionb ackers 3 ; Chorus Club 4; Girls ' Ensemble 4; B e ta Rho Chi 2; Jr. Red Cross 1, 2; Honor Student 3 ; Pro!esslonal Bus iness Women's Club 4.

" Consider now l ew tnings are wortny 01 anger, and tnou wilt wonder tnat a ny lools snould be

worth." FNA 2, 3 ; Jr. Red Cross 1; Spani sh Club 1.

REBECCA YVONNE

POPE

"1 am tnanklul for true fr eedom, to be mysell, to obey Christ, to love, to l earn, and to seek tne good 01 all mankind."

Alpha Trl-Hi-Y 4; FTA 4 ; Spanish Club 1, 2 ; B eta Rho Chi 1, 2; An­ nual B u siness Staff 4 ; FBLA 4 ; Jr. Red Cross 1, 2.

38

COLLIS RAINES " Love one girl and you nav e too many, love tnem all and you get a plenty.

So lo v e tnem and leave them."


SHIRLEY ANN

REECE

~

"Rem,ember me as I am one that dreamed ojt '! 71. in the past but not in

CAROL RICHIE

the future."

" Trifles make perf eeti.on and perfecti on is no

trifle." '

GLENNA LEE RAY ~ "Great things come fr om little

sou rces;

I'm

not

small." Band I, 2; FTA 3, 4 ; Teenage Grand Jury 3 ; FNA 3; Jr. Red Cross 3 ; Debate Team 4; Jr. CI­ vlnettes 4 ; Annual Busi­ ness Manager 4. JOSE M . RIVERA

"Mos t

teenagers aTe a·

ware of the va l ue of a dollar , it buys three gal­ lons of gas."

Spanish Club I , Science Club 1.

2,

3;

dThe teachers around here will remember me when they are gray , be­ ca use I made them that way ."

Chemistry Club 3 ; B Club 2, 3, 4 ; Jr. Civltan 4 ; Bas ketball 2 ; B Team Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Capt. 4; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4.

JIMMYE RHYNE

.. Rem·ember me as 1 am

one who loved o/ten but

not always wisely"·

DAVID ROBERTS CLAUDE

REEVES

" A m.an do es no t realiz e what he has un til he's lost it."

III

"Th e knave 0/ courts. he s t ole som.e t or ts and to ok them all away." Lions' Roar Starr 4; An­ nual Staff 4; National Honor Society 3. 4 ; Jr. C1v it an 3. 4; B eta HI­ Y 3, 4; Debate T eam 4 ; Student Council 4 ; Wh o's Who 4; Star Student 4.

39


HERBERT RAY ROBERTS

)l

BOB SALEMME

"Salt music is the voice 01 angels , bvt 1 play

" 11 1 cannot

do

great

things , 1 can do small things in a gr eat way ."

drum s." Studen t Councll 3, 4, Pres. 4 ; Jr. Civitan 2, 3, 4, S ec. 3, T r eas. 2; National Hono r Society 3, 4; T ee nage Grand Jury 4 ; Biology Club 2 ; Phys iology Club 3, Pres. 3 ; Debate Team 2, 4; Lions' Roar Staff 4; H onor Student 2, 3, 4.

(Transfer

Student).

NORMAN

"The

M . SASSNER

world

will

little

note nOr long r emember the things 1 say and

do

here,

futur e

but you, the

senio r s,

cann o t

lorget what 1 have said and done here."

LOUIS EDWIN ROBERTS ~ l eader 0/ 1nen and

Jr. Clvitan 3, 4, Treas. 4 ; German Club 2, 3, Pres. 3 ; Chemistry Club 3; Student Council 4; Football 1, 2.

"A

a lollo wer 01 women."

B Team Football 1, 2; Varsity Football 3, 4; B Club 4 ; B Team Bas ­ ketball 2 ; Track 1. FRANCES SALEMME

11

( Fran) " Happiness is acquired thro ugh a since r e d esire

to make others happy." (Transfer Student).

N a tional Honor Society

4; Choral Club 4.

NELLIE

" B eauty

ness ."

~

RONDEAU in kind­

li es

(Transfer Student) .

SAUNDRA ANN

RONEY

" A laugh is worth one hu.ndr ed

groans

in

any

marke t." FNA I , 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3 ; Spanish Club I , 2, Sec. 1; Student Council 2; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 2 3 4; Jr. CivineUes ' ROTC Sponsor 4; Teen­ age Grand Jury 4; Chem­ istry Club 3; Choral Club 2; Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres, 2, 3; Annual Staff 3 , 4; Jr. Court 3.

4;

40

BRUCE SANBORN

" I'll never get lost , some­ one's always t elling me whe r e to go . I I


J'

II

ANN CHRISTINE SCHARTNER Eyes so transparent

that

through

them

one

sees the soul." (Transfer S,tudent). Alpha Trl-HI-Y 4; FBLA

CARROLL D. SHEALY, JR. "Work fascinates me, I

4.

could fOT

-~-

sit

and

watch

it

hOUTS,"

Chemistry Club 4; Club 4.

Glee

FRANK SAUNDERS "Why take life so ser足 ious, you'll never get out

alive anyway." B Team Football I; B Tea m Basketball I; Track 3.

KENNETH SHEPHERD ~ "Come one! Come all! You'll have a better chance in DCT, in your

Junior and Senior years."

TOM SCHROEDER ~ "May we live to learn well. and learn to Ii.. e

DCT

4.

well."

(Transfer

Student) .

BUD SHERRICK "It is better to be a physical coward all of the time, than a moral

coward once." Art Clt;b 4, Pres. 4; Beta Rho Chi 4, Vice足 Pres. 4; Debate Team 2, 4; Student Council 4; Chemistry Club 3; Lions' Roar Staff 4; Annual Starr 4; Jr. Civitan 4; Hi-Y 4.

JANE SHAW )( "Every wish-is like a prayer with God."

CHARLES LEE SHERWOOD (Chuck) "Confidence in one's self is the first step toward

success!'

Pep Club I , 2; Band 3, 4; Annual Business Staff 4.

41


NORMA SHUFF

"1

SAM SPIVEY .

I'm

" H e may be small, but he' s not Sad Sam."

Spanish Club 2; FTA 3, 4, Sec. 4; FNA 3; French Club 3; Choral Cl ub 3 ; Jr. Red Cross 3; Clvl­ nettes 4; Thespian So­ ciety 3, 4, Historian 4 ; ROTC Sponsor 4; DCT 4.

Chemistry Club 3; HI- Y 4.

"Silence

is

golden.

a pauper,"

b-

L)~

MARY DIANE STOREY

':'; Li!e is like music, it must be c01npo sed by ear, f eeling, and instinct, not by rUl e."

ADRIAN J. SIPPLE

FHA ~; Jr. Red Cross

2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3;

Student Council 2, 4;

Choral Clu b 3, Pres. 3 ;

FBLA 4, Treas. 4; Christ­

mas Court 4 ; Class Ol­

licer 2, 3, 4; Alpha Trl­

Hi-Y 3, 4, Pres. 4; Jr.

Court 3; Who's Who 4.

t

"When in doubt, laugh."

(Transler Student).

LYNN STEGMEIR "M ay

your

ioys

be

V as

deep as the ocean, you r troubles as foam."

ligkt as

JOHN SIMMONS "lowe everything to that

nice teacher, Mrs. Atkin­

son, and leav e with h er

my best."

RICHARD SOUDERS (Sputter) "His h eaTt is big al­

though he is small, God

bless the women he loves

them all."

Chemistry Club 3, Pres. 3.

42

K'!'REN MARTHA

STAPHENSON

uPeace is th e fairest

f orm 01 happiness ." FNA

3,

4.

its


FRANK

STRINGFELLOW

,. II laughter were the best medicine, 1 w ould

be the greatest doctor in

BARBARA ANN TALLEY "God has created a new

the worla."

day,

(Transfer Student).

and

Silver

gold;

sunset

and

Live

shalt

green

so

lind

t"e

you

worthy His gifts to hola ."

Beta Tri-Hi-Y 2; FTA 2; Choral Club I, 2, 4, Ac­ companist 3, 4.

EDWARD

LEE

STOVER

"Early t o bed ana early to ri se and all the fun is haa by th e othe r guys."

SANDR~E~L~~ABETH

JC

(Sandy)

"/t's nice to be impor­ tant but it is mOTe im­ portant to be nice." FHA I, 2 ; Jr. Red Cross 1; Choral Club 1; Ana­ tomy Club 3, Annual Bus iness Staff 4.

JULIA DELORES SUNDE "In

God

we

SHO ULD

trust!" FBLA 4, Reporter

4.

CAROLINE ANNE THOMAS "Never quirt, never still, always will."

talking,

always

Choral Club I, 3 ; Jr. Red Cross 3 ; Sec. 3 ; Student Council 3; Sec. 3; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; FNA 3; Ann ual Bu siness Staff 3 ; Annual Staff 4; Teen­ age Grand Jury 2 ; Na­ tional Honor Society 3, 4; Anatomy Club 4, Vice­ Pres. 4; Christmas Court 3; Key Club Sweetheart 4; Pep C1ub I, 3; B Team Cheerleaders 4; Who' s Who 4; Quill & Scroll 4; Varsity Cheer­ leader 4.

MICKI SWEET "The greatest pleasure in lif e is aoing what peo­ ple say you shouldn't!"

Student Council 3; Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 4; Ger­ man Club 3; Llonbackers 2, 3, Sec. 3; Who's Who 4.

PATRICIA ANNE TlEDGEN "Happiness, like a kiss, is not good unless it is sharea

by

another."

(Transfer Student) . National Honor Society 3,

4; Anatomy Club 4,

Pres. 4; Chemistry Club

3, Sec.-Treas. 3; Alpha

Tri-Hi-Y 4; Clvlnettes 4;

Annual Staff 4; Jr. Red

Cross 3; FHA 3, 4; FNA

3, 4.

43


EMMA JACQUELINE TILLMAN

(Jackie) .. A gr ea t love goes here with a little gift . . .

Archemedes ."

"Whe re

JEAN TRAWICK there's a will

V

there's a way." Band Cross

I, 4;

2, 3; Jr. FBLA 4.

Red

Varsity Cheerl eader 3, 4; Annual Staff 3, 4 ; Span­ ish Club I ; Chemistry Club 3; Debate Team 4, Treas. 4; Qulll & Scroll 4.

"I'm proud to be a grad­ uate of Baker High ."

.,;Live

BILL TINDALL to the very full­

est." nCT 4,

AURELIA SUE TUCKER

"True happiness consists not in th e multitude of friends , but in their

worth and

choice.'~

FHA I, 2, 3, 4, State De­ gree 3; FTA 2; Jr. Red Cross 1; FNA 2; FBLA 4; Pep Club 1, 3.

DEANNA DAWN TINKER

"Where she mee ts a stranger, there she leaves a friend." Choral Club 2, 3; Girls ' Ens emble 3; DCT 4, Par­ ') Uamentarian 4.

~)/

~j)J0

/1)c~ w/ ~~

44

PATRICIA ANN TURKLA

"A

JAMES GARY TOMBLIN witty saying proves nothing."

" Today is the tomor­ row yon worried about yesterday."

Chemistry Club 3.

\Tra nsfer Student).


VIRDA DIANE WARREN "We think our lathers lools. so wise we grow,

DEIDRA JACQUELINE VanlANDINGHAM

our wiser sons, no doubt, will think us so ."

"The virtue lies in the struggle, not the prize."

FHA I, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2, Pres. 3, State Degree 3, McCalls' Fashion Board 4; FTA 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2, Vic e-Pres. 3; Student. Council I; Band I, 2, 3, 4, All-S tat e Concert Band 3, All-State March­ ing Band 3; Chorus Club 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 2; Girls' Ensemble 3; Beta Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Sec. Central West Dis­ trict 4; Annual Staff 4; Chemistry Club 4; Na­ tional Honor Society 3, 4; Honor Student 2, 4; Quill & Scroll 4; Jazz Club 4.

Student Council 2, 3, 4; Civlnettes 4, Scc.-Treas. 4; ROTC Sponsor 4; Al­ pha Trl-HI-Y 4; FBLA 4; Jr. Court 3; German Club 3.

DON VALESKA , ( you walk with

"When friends alonc. u

you

Varsity B Club Club 2, dent 3; 2, 3, 4;

never

0 ;).

walk

Basketball 3 4 3, 4; Jr. Civltan 3, 4; Honor Stu­ Varsity Baseball Who's Who 4.

1C

DOROTHY ANN WAnEY "The secret 01 content­

ment is knowing how to enjoy what we have, a.,.d to be able to lose all de­ sire lor things beyond

our reach." FHA 1; FNA 2; Choral Club I, 2. JERRY VAULT uLi/e is a wonderful thing, so live it, love it,

and make the most 01

it."

Band I, 2, 3, 4; DCT 4.

MilES LESLIE WATSON "Always happy n eve r sad, sometimes naughty but never bad."

Jr. Red Cross 2, 3 ; Jr. CI vltan 4; Hi-Y 4.

MASON WEBB ~

ElKA WAlTENBAUGH "Friendship, like love. is but a name unless to one you stint the Ilame ."

"11 work is the cause 01

FBLA 4; Jr. Red Cross 4; Beta Rho Chi 4.

(Transfer Student). Biology Club 2, Pres. 2; SOlence Club 2; Latin Club 2; Chemistry Club 3.

death, I'll never die."

45


BETTY WILLIAMS "There's a lot of queens

in town, but there's only one

DIANE ELIZABETH

WEIBELT

king."

(Transfer Student). Latin Club 3; Chemistry Club 4: Track 3, 4; BI足 ology Club 2.

"Never take anything seriously that is made in fu.n."

(Transfer Student).

ROBERT A and

H

WILLIS

CJC)

winner never quits, a

quitter

never

wins." Track I, 2, 3, 4; B Club 1, 2, 3, 4; B Team Foot足 ball 2: B Team Basket足 ball 2, 3; Spanish Club 4; Art Club 4: Jr. Red Cross I, 2; Science Club 1; Biology Club 2. JOHN W. WELLS, JR.

~

"Endurance is all." Clvltan Club 2; Debate Club 2, 4; Track 4; French Club 3; Latin Club 2; Chemistry Club 3; B Team Football 2.

ROSEMARY WILLIAMS "I am only one, but still 1

am one I

cannot do

everything , but still 1 can do something; and because 1 cannot do everything, 1 will not re足 fuse to do the something I can do."

FHA I, 2, 3; Jr. Red Cross I; Pep Club I, 3 ; Choral Club 2, 3, 4.

ROBERT WAYNE WHATLEY "Keep pu.tting one foot in front of the other. you'll get there." ,

Thespian SOCiety 3, 4.

ftONNIE WILLIAMS

"

"My last name may change eventually but my heart will remain the

same always." FHA

I; DCT 3. 4.

o)...

BETTY

JANE WILLIS (Janie)

"There are two things, and two things only, that aTe born in every man, to love and to deceive, see that you master the latter, lest the former

master you!' FHA I, 2, 3, 4, State Degree 3; FBLA 4; ROTC Sponsor 4; Clvinettes 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Jr. Red Cross 2, 3,

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RICHAI\D WIREMAN no toy so why

.. A car is play with

them."

-- b ­

(Transfer Student).

JACK WRIGHT " To

have

friends

you

must be one,"

WAL:LACE M. WILSON " This time, like all tint.es, is a good time , if we but know what to do l.vith it."

B Team Basketball 2; B Team Football 2; Latin Club 2, Pres. 2; Chem­ istry Club 3 ; Track Team 3.·

CHRISTINE MARIE J( YOUNGS (Chris) "Happin.ess is acquired through a sincere desire to make others happy."

Anatomy Club 4; FNA 4. (Trans!er Student).

DAVID EDWARD WITTENBERG

>'

"The dictionary Is the only place where success

comes belore work."

ARTHUR ZAPICO

~

"Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst."

FRANCIS WRIGHT "It is better to give than to Teceive.>I

NEIL ZERON "Good

(Transfer Student).

nature and

good

sense must ever join." (Trans!er

Student) ,

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I

MISS ARROWHEAD '62 (Most Beautiful)

Miss Ann Pait 93


Left to right: Melba Brown, Jimmy Bolles, Sherry Allen, Dave Ingle, lanell Moore, Larry Googe, Richie Moore, Colby Mosier, Francis Wright, Don

Valeska, Ann Thomas, Frankie Holbrook, Heidi Cannon, Curly Harmon, and Diane Story. (Not Pictured: Beverly Chapman and Cecil Patterson).

BEST LOOKING SENIORS


BEST ALL AROUND Mike Cooper

Melba Brown

95


MOST POPULAR Colby Mosier

96

Melba Brown


CUTEST

Heidi Cannon

Jimmy Bolles

97


FRIENDLIEST Beverly Chapman

98

Colby Mosier


WITTIEST Janice Dew

Mike Hood

99


MOST ATHLETIC Micki Sweet

100

Tomps Gray


MOST COURTEOUS

Mike Cooper

Heidi Cannon

101


BEST DRESSED Janice Dew

102

Frankie Holbrook


BEST SCHOOL SPIRIT Anne Thomas

Jimmy Bolles

103


MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Elaine Rathel

104

Mike Cooper


HARDEST WORKERS Elaine Rathel

Curly Harmon

lOS


MOST DEPENDABLE Anne Thomas

106

Mike Cooper


MOST IMPROVED

Janell Moore

~. I

Eddie Bowen

107


BEST DANCERS

Richie Moore

108

Mike Ledbetter


MOST TALENTED BOY Pete Young

MOST TALENTED GIRL Sherry Miller

109


BEST PERSONALITY Diane Story

110

Colby Mosier


MOST INTELLECTUAL Martha Coulter

David Roberts

11 1


MOST SINCERE Diane Story

112

Edgar Cook

BHS 1962 Yearbook  

yearbook for Baker HS class of 1962

BHS 1962 Yearbook  

yearbook for Baker HS class of 1962

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