Timeline of the History of the PVC
- Platte Valley Conference formed. League fees were $5.00.
- Free admission was given to preachers.
- The top grade Last Bilt basketballs were used.
- Admission to games were $0.50 for adults and $0.25 for students.
- Conference members: Rosendale, Union Star, South Nodaway, Stewartsville, Fillmore, Bolckow, and Easton.
- The Andrew County Tournament and the South Nodaway Invitational Tournament were two basketball tournaments held this year.
- Clarksdale petitioned to join the conference and was accepted.
- Football games started at 8:00 p.m.
- Football officials' pay was $15.00.
- Dues for two sports were $11.00 and $6.00 for one sport.
- Six-man football was played.
- Football start times were moved to 7:00 p.m.
- Conference members: Rosendale, Union Star, South Nodaway, Stewartsville, Fillmore, Easton
- South Nodaway asked to be withdrawn from the basketball conference to eliminate long drives.
- Osborn joined the conference.
- Basketball games started at 7:00 p.m. and officials' fees were $6.50.
- Problems at football games included keeping the fans and cars back at least 5 yards from the playing field on the sideline and completely banning parked cars in the end zones or at least keep them 20 yards from the end of the football field.
- Pattonsburg joined the conference.
- Women's all-conference basketball teams were introduced.
- A motion was made to drop girls basketball. There were no seconds.
- NE Nodaway, Jefferson, and Fillmore joined the Platte Valley Conference.
- Mr. Davis made a motion that the timer and scorer for all conference basketball games and the conference tournament should be at least high school graduates. Motion passed 10-0.
- Gilman City, Jamesport, and North Harrison all showed interest in participating in the football conference. They did not join.
- Conversation of having basketball games on Saturday nights rather than Tuesday nights was discussed. The general agreement among superintendents was that Saturday night games were not desirable. The subject was dropped.
- With a rating of 1,176, Union Star won the Sportsmanship Award.
- Mr. Bumgarder of Pattonsburg made the motion that all schools hire three officials for football games. Motion passed 5-0.
- Football members included: Breckenridge, North Andrew, Pattonsburg, South Nodaway, Stewartsville, And Union Star.
- Basketball members included: Fillmore, Jefferson, North Andrew, NE Nodaway, Osborn, Sheridan, Stewartsville, South Nodaway, and Union Star.
- Conference dues were $5.00 for each sport a school participates in and $1.00 per school for secretarial fees.
- North Nodaway asked for acceptance into the conference for football. Motion passed unanimously.
- NE Nodaway's Claude Sampson coaches the Lady Bluejays to the state title and his men's squad places second in state.
- Breckenridge, who played football in the conference, left the conference to pursue playing 6-man football if it was ever started again.
- Platte Valley conference meetings were held at the Shangri-La in St. Joseph.
- North Andrew, Pattonsburg, Jefferson, Union Star, And South Nodaway reported having golden age passes for those over 65.
- Stewartsville played boys baseball.
- The Platte Valley conference basketball tournament was eliminated.
- NE Nodaway, South Nodaway, Union Star, and Jefferson expressed an interest in girls volleyball.
- The PVI tournament was held on November 29-December 4. Participants included North Andrew, Union Star, Coffey, DeKalb, Fillmore, Cameron, Osborn, and Stewartsville.
- North Andrew hosted the PVI basketball tournament. Maryville and Savannah's JV teams replaced Coffey and Maysville in the tournament. Admission was $1.50 for adults and $1.00 for students.
- Platte Valley Conference meetings were held at the Ferris Wheel Restaurant in Savannah.
- The PVC high school track meet was held at Northwest Missouri State University.
- Conference track meets started being held at North Andrew. Prior to that, the junior high meet was held at Savannah High School and the high school meet was held on the campus of Northwest Missouri State University.
- Softball start times moved to 5:00 p.m.
- Union Star competes in softball.
- Football start times moved to 7:00 p.m.
- St. Joseph Christian petitions to join the conference. The motion failed. They then petitioned for a two-year probationary period and that motion passed 9-1.
- Elwood applies for conference membership in basketball. The motion passed 7-1.
- Elwood leaves the conference to consolidate their district with Wathena to form Riverside.
- Union Star competes in track & field.
- In its inaugural year, the PVC Silver Cup champions were Jefferson.
- The Platte Valley Conference Basketball Tournament was held with each school in the conference participating. The third place and championship games were held on the campus of Northwest Missouri State University.