McEvoy Willingham High School - Ramscott Yearbook (Macon, GA)

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A. R. Willingham High School for Boys Margaret McEvoy High School for Girls Macon. Georgia Volume IV Foreword As we glance through the 1962 RamScott, memories of the many valuable experiences we have had during the past school year flash through ow minds. With the passing of this year, another milestone in our education is behind us. We learn every day in all we do; we absorb new ideas from class room activities, organizations, and our relationship with those around us. We feel it is only just to use as our theme that with which we are con- cerned, both during the school year and after our association with these institutions has ceased. Fittingly, the 1962 RamScott centers around one of the primary aspects of our existence . . . Education. z 2 3 3 = 3 Table of Contents Foreword Dedication Administration and Faculty Classes Organizations Superlatives Sports Activities Advertisements Dedication Her great contribution to Willingham is not to be found in organizations, but in persons. She has achieved the perfect balance of serious purpose and sense of humor, keen informed intelligence and warm sympathetic understand- ing. We of Willingham feel it is only fitting to honor and thank Mrs. Mary Lamback by dedicating our part of the RamScott ’62 to her. Dedication For her loyal service as the advisor of the McEvoy Student Council, since its establishment; for her warm and friendly smile and greeting; for the patience, understanding, and guidance that she shows to all her students, we of McEvoy dedicate this annual, the 1962 RamScott, to Mrs. Ann B. Hall. Administration and Faculty + oT ae sae3 oe no SoOwRs pane Administrators and teachers try to further edu- cate their students by passing on to them the knowledge they have gained of the world around us. With these tools—the plan book, teachers trans- grade hook, and typewriter mit their ideas to us in order to better prepare us for the world in which we live . . . a world in which education plays a vital part. BIBB COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Rankin, Jr., Charles C. Hertwig, Herbert , Weaver, Julius Gholson, Hon. Walter C. Birdsey, Lloyd Newberry, Hon. Oscar Long, H. G Ralph Eubanks, William P. Simmons, George P. F. Stevens, Robert A. McCord, Jr., Mallory C. Atkinson, Albert S. Hatcher, Jr., Wallace Miller, Jr. Board of Education BOARD OFFICERS BOARD OF EDUCATION STAFF M. C. Atkinson, Miss Elizabeth R. McCaw, Bookkeeper; Miss Jessie L. Sherrer, Vice-President: Secretary; Mrs. Barbara S. Godwin, Clerk; Harry W. Trawick, W. P. Simmons, Clerk; Miss Mary O. Kelly, Clerk Treasurer H. G. Weaver, President; Wallace Miller, Jr., Secretary a nN @ Julius Gholson, Lloy d New berry, Superintendent Ass’t Superintendent Princi pals and Superin tendents William E. Bell Willingham Junior High Fred Johnson Willingham Senior High William Brake McEvoy High School Mildred Castlen, Dietician Bessie W. Reese, Librarian McEvoy Administrative Willingham Martha Hutcherson, Librarian Mary Olsen, Dietician Dorothy Ginther, Counselor Lula Tollerson, Counselor Margie Frost, Secretary Staff Janie Weaver, Secretary Mary Lamback, Secretary Otho Pirkle, Counselor William Greenhaw, Counselor Agnes Donaldson, Martha Almand Emilie Smith, Charles Byrd Katherine Nikula, Frances Baldwin Georgia Watkins, Betty Lou O’Keefe Willingham English McEvoy Florine Stroud, Ina Adams, Cynthia Davis, Nan Flowers Addie Rie Baird Julia Lanier, Ann Hall ote yr ; Betty Wingfield, Esther Simmons, Seated: Jane Middlebrooks, Christine Powell, Winifred Colquitt, Lorena Williams McEvoy Mathematics Willingham Elizabeth Lyda, Sandra Thacker, Barbara Byrd, Seated: Billy Beale, Howard Peek, Mike Garvin, John Lane +) Susan Whidden, Jane Massey, Joseph Etheridge, Seated; Madge Webb, Loreva Meeks, Mary Smith, Martin Allman Willingham Social Studies McEvoy Mary Weaver, Betsy Taylor, Ida Swan, Virginia Berlin, Anne Linn NN, eepewewncess ia Loarene Long, Virginia Dorroh, Frances Gresham, Nelle Walker, Virginia Powers, Harriet Graves McEvoy Physical Sciences Willingham E. J. Hancock, Jr., Dixie Cutter, Seated; J. P. Hinson, Norman Griggs, Billy Jump, Leonard Pridgeon Mckvoy Jeannette Chambers Evelyn Mabry Annette Sims SPACE BAR a WE Commercial Department Robert Reagan Daisy Beatty Earlye Barron Willingham a ea Dell Cuttino Lou Downer Homemaking McEvoy Jeanine Burton Mary Jo Lyle Lillian Miller Martha Coleman Marvelyn Boyette McEvoy Rebekah Anthony Elizabeth Hinesley Joy Deavours Industrial Arts Willingham Walter Massey, Jr. Robert Mathews Department Willingham Joyce Clary Kemp Mabry Estelle Nirenstein Ernestine Lewis, Barbara Reves, Dorothy Cox McEvoy Art and Music Willingham Jim Littlefield, Joan Hudson, Eleanor Timmons ‘3 SSS S899 peegetare S44588 thea 4 Johnny Stallings, Dave Hill, Billy Henderson, Mack Edwards Willingham Physical Education McEvoy Margie Denham, Helen Faulkner, Modene DeLoach, Jo Ann Hutto Classes 20 Our high school years open the doors to our future lives. The keys which open these doors are our implements of learning—books, pens, paper, and rulers. In the future we will look back and remember well our high school years. To strive to make each year the best one of our lives should be the goal of each member of each class. 21 Seniors Dwight Payne, Vice-President; Jean Tidwell, President; Lana Layfield, Vice-President; Doug Boyd, President. Officers Jean Moore, Secretary; Jimmy Hammond, Secretary; Albert Slocum, Treasurer; Linda Strickland, Treasurer. BOTTOM ROW: Jane Herin, Barbara Thig- pin; TOP: Jane Brown, Jo Murphy, Miriam McGee, Directors. JAMES ELMER ADKINS Elmo Industrial Arts Club; Track; D.E. Club. EMMETTE H. ALBEA, JR. Emmette Transfer from Tuscaloosa High 61; Jr. Talent Show; Robed Choir; Pep Squad; B-Team Football; Civil Air Patrol; Jr. Float Committee; Band; Dance Band; Dramatic Club; Rampage Staff. DENNIS LAMAR BATCHELOR Dennis THOMAS GILMER BATEMAN Tommy Supervision Basketball 9, 10, 11; Supervision Soft- ball 10, 11: B-Team Football 9, 10; Spanish Club 11; Red Cross 12; Track 9, 11; P.E. Football Tourney 11. SUSAN LOU AMSBAUGH Susan Secretary of Junior Class; Student Council 12; Assembly Planning Chairman 12; Director of Sopho- more Class; Spanish Club 11, 12, Vice-President 12; Tri-Hi-Y 12; Majorette 9; Band Club, Secretary 9; Jr. Red Cross, Secretary 9; Y-Teens 10. ALVA LARRY BAGGARLY Al Library Club 8, 9, 10; Supervision Basketball, Cap- tain 11; Supervision Football‘11. CHARLES RONALD BARLOW Ronnie Industrial Arts 8, 9. LONA LEONE BARNES Lona Supervision Volleyball 10, 11; Supervision Basket- ball 10, 11; Supervision Softball 10. CAROL DEAN BAXTER Carol Tri-Hi-Y 12; Red Cross 11; Supervision Ball Team 10, 11. WILEY LEROY BAXTER Herky B-Team Baseball; Football Manager 10,-11; Super- vision Basketball 9, 10. EARLENE BELFLOWER Earlene Library Club 11, 12; Library Assistant 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11. EUNICE FAUSTINE BELL Tennie ele Volleyball, Basketball, Softball 10, 11, JOHN MARTIN BAUGHCUM Marty Chorus 10, 11, 12; Red Cross 10; 4-H 9, 10, 11, 12; Business Club 12; Spanish Club 12; Southern Accents 10, 11, 12. BONNIE PATRICIA BAXLEY Bonnie Student Council 10; Y-Teens 9, 10; Supervision Volleyball 10, 11; Supervision Softball 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 12. LINDA DALE BELLFLOWER Flowerbell Beta Club 12; Circulation Staff Newspaper 11; Y- Teens 9, 10, Secretary 10; B-Team Cheerleader 11, 12, Captain 12; French Club 11, 12; Jr. Dramatics 9; Sr. Dramatics 12. DENNIS WAYNE BITTICK Wayne Supervision Basketball 9, 11; B-Team Basketball 10; Jr. Red Cross 9, 10; Business Club 11; Super- vision Softball 9-11; D.E. Club 12. SHARON DIANNE BLACKWELL Sharon Drum Majorette for McEvoy 9, 10, 11, 12; Band, Band Club 9, 10, 11, 12; Band Award for “Outstand- ing Leadership” 11; Music Festival 9, 10, 11, 12; After School Y-Teens 9; Tri-Hi-Y 9; Nurses’ Club 9: Red Cross Representative 9, 10; Supervision Volleyball 9, 10, 11, Basketball 11. ROGER LLOYD BOWEN Roger D.E. 12; Supervision Basketball 9; Business Club. SARA ANN BROOKS Sara Ann ‘Tween Teens Reporter 12; Advertising Staff of Bonnie Blue Print 11; F.H.A. Secretary 10, Parlia- mentarian 11, Reporter 12; Band Club 9, 10, 11; Nurses’ Club Officer 9; Bonnie Blue Print Staff 12; Supervision Officer 10, 11; Beta Club 12; Music Club 8. ANITA LOUISE BROWN Nita Quill and Scroll 12; Bonnie Blue Print Staff 11, 12; Office Monitor 12; Beta Club 12; G.A.A. 11; Gym Assistant 11; Supervision Volleyball, Basket- ball, Softball 8-12; Championship Volleyball 11; Captain of Softball Team 11; F.T.A. 10. MARCUS DOUGLAS BOYD Doug Boyd Football 9; Baseball 9; Class President 9, 10, 11, 12; Vice-President Student Council 12; Varsity Foot- ball 10, 11, 12; Ram Club 11, 12; Supervision Soft- ball, Basketball 10, 11. MARILYN DARLEEN BRADFORD Darleen Library Assistant 12; Library Club 12; “Future Teachers 8, 9; Supervision Basketball 11; Super- vision Softball 11. EDNA LENORA BRADSHAW Lenora Gym Assistant 11; G.A.A. 11; Junior-Senior Dance Committee; Supervision Officer 10; Annual Repre- sentative 9; Supervision Volleyball, Co-Captain 11; Supervision Basketball 10-12; Supervision Softball 10-12. GRADY PAIN BRAY, JR. Grady Business Club 11; Annual Staff, Copy Editor 12; Secretary Business Club 12; Supervision Basket- ball 11. ELEANOR LORETTA BROWN Retta Layout Editor of RamScott 12; Make-Up Editor of Bonnie Blue Print 12; Quill and Scroll 12; F.H.A. 11; Art Club 12; Beta 12. LARRY ANDREW BROWN Larry President of Student Council 12; Varsity Football 10, 11, 12; Treasurer of Junior Class; Ram Club 11, 12; Student Council Representative 10; Spanish Club 11. GLORIA JEAN BRYANT Stupid Beta Club 11, 12; Sgt.-at-Arms 12; Student Coun- cil 12; Annual Staff Photographer 12; B-Team Cheerleader 11; Varsity Cheerleader 12; Director of Junior Class Talent Show 11; Director of Sopho- more Class 10; Music Club 8-12; Quill and Scroll 12. MARY ANN BURKE Mary Ann Beta Club 11, 12; Band 8-12, Vice-President 12; Dramatics 8, 12, Secretary 12; Advertising Staff of Bonnie Blue Print 11, 12; Orchestra Pianist 9-11; Debating Club 9, 10; Thespians 12. BETTY JANE BROWN Jane Beta Club 11, 12, Secretary 12; Copy Editor of RamScott 12; Director of Senior Class; Guidance Counselor's Helper 11; Office Assistant 12; Gym Assistant 11; Supervision Secretary 11, Treasurer 12; Secretary of Dramatic Club 9; Supervision Volley- ball, Basketball, Softball 8, 9, 10, 11, 12; Champion- ship Basketball Team 11; Stunt Night 9; Super- lative 12. CYNTHIA ANN BROWN Cynthia SEABRON ELLIS BUSBEE, JR. Buzz GERALD EDWARD BUTTERWORTH Jerry D.E. Club 12; Business Club 12; Ram Club 9; Supervision Basketball 10-12; B-Team Football 10. KENNETH RONALD CAMP Ronnie SANDRA DIANNE CAPSHAW Sandra F.T.A. 10, 11, 12; Pep Club. SHIRLEY ANN CARROLL Jo Future Teachers 9, 10; Pep Club 10, 11; Super- vision Volleyball 11. CAROLYN CARTER Carolyn Supervision Volleyball 10, 11; Pep Club; Future Teachers 9. LYLA GAIL CAREY Carey Majorette 9, 10, 11, 12; McEvoy Band 9, 10; Drum Major 11, 12; Student Council Treasurer 12; Bonnie Blue Print Columnist 12; French Club 11, 12; Allied Medical Careers 11, 12; Supervision President 12; Class Director 11; Beta Club 12. CHERIE CARMICHAEL Cherie Dramatics Club 9, 12, Vice-President 12; Stunt Night 9; Homecoming Court 12; F.H.A. 8, 9, 10, 11, Vice-President 10; Allied Medical Club 12. THOMAS McLEAN CARR, JR. Tom Key Club 11, 12; Library Club 9-12; French Club 11-12: Student Council 9-12; Band 9-12; National Merit Semi-Finalist 12. MARTHA MAE CARROLL Mot F.B.L.A. 12; F.H.A. 11; Nurses’ Club 10. GLORIA JEAN CHALLIS Gloria Beta Club 11, 12; Future Teachers of America 11, 12, Vice-President 12; Business Staff of Annual 12; Senior Dramatics 12; Allied Medical Careers Club 12; Office Monitor 12; Library Assistant 12. CURTIS ALLEN CHAPMAN Curtis Editor of RamScott 12; Key Club 10, 11, Vice-Presi- dent 12; Beta 11, 12; Library Club 9-11, Vice- President 12; Rampage Staff 11, 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Student Council 12; Dramatics Club 12. MICHAEL VERDON CHEEK Chico Varsity Basketball 11, 12; Varsity Baseball 11, 12; Varsity Golf 12; Varsity Tennis 12; Activities Editor RamScott 12; Boys’ State 11; President of Supervision 11, 12; Ram Club 12; Spanish Club 12; Secretary of Spanish Club 12. CAROL ANN CLINE Carol Entered 12. LINDA CAROL CARTER Linda " Tween Teens Reporter 12; Bonnie Blue Print Staff 12; Homecoming Court 11, 12; G.A.A. 11; Sup. Basketball and Volleyball 10, 11; Red Cross 8. REBA CAROL CAUSEY Reba Beta Club 11, 12; Circulation Staff Bonnie Blue Print 12; Future Teachers of America 9-12; Supervision Secretary 12. LARRY OLAN COLSON Larry Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Science Club 10, 11; President Dramatics Club 12; Southern Accents Show and Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Supervision Basketball 9, 10, 11; Drum Major 12; Perfect Attendance 10. MAX EUGENE CONGER Gene Basketball 9, 10; Baseball 10; Business Club 11, 12. JEWELL LILLIAN COPELAND Jewel Beta Club 11, 12; Bonnie Blue Print Editorial Staff 12: Bonnie Blue Print Circulation Staff 12; Y-Teens 12: French Club 11, 12; Junior Talent Show Com- mittee Chairman 11; Quill and Scroll Club 12. RICHARD THOMAS CROSBY Dickie “Babe” Football 10, 11, 12, Co-Captain; Student Council 12: Red Cross 10, 11; Spanish Club 11, 12; Ram Club 10, 11, 12; Office Assistant 9, 10, 11, 12; Dramatics Club 12; Science Club 9, 10; B Basket- ball 9, 10; Se nior Bowling 10, 11, 12. KATHLEEN ANN DANAHY Kathy Cheerleader 10, 11, 12, Co-Captain 12; Spanish Club 11, 12, Program Chairman 11; Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 12; Championship Volleyball Team 11; Vice- President of Supervision 11; Director of Sophomore Class; President of Supervision 9; Pep Club 9, 10; Ram Club 10, 11, 12, Secretary 10. LARRY PEARCE DARLEY Larry ROSCOE CLEVELAND CROSS Roscoe Varsity Football 11, 12; Varsity Track 10, 11; Busi- ness Club 12; Supervision Basketball; Student Coun- cil 12; Ram Club 11, 12. DONNA RUTH CRYER Donna Bonnie Blue Print Club Editor 12; Supervision Of- ficer 10: Supervision Volleyball iO. LE §Z Captain 10; Supervision Softball 10, 11, 12; Y-Teens 12; F.H.A. 10, 12; Junior-Senior Dance Committee 11; Red Cross 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Quill and Scroll Club 12. JOHN DEFOE CULVERHOUSE John Student Council 10; B-Team Football 10. SHIRLEY ANN CURTIS Shirley Bonnie Blue Print Staff 12; Girls’ State 11; Nurses’ Club 12: Band 9-12; French Club 11, 12; 4-H 9-12; Advertising Staff of Bonnie Blue Print 11; Quill and Seroll 12; Y-Teens 12. DAVID JOHN DECK David Beta Club 11, 12; Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12 Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12; Dance Band 10, 11, 12; Industrial Arts 9, 10, 12. CAROLYN MARIE DELOACH Carolyn Future Business Leaders of America; Supervision Basketball 10, 11. JOEL WAYNE DICKENS Joel Varsity Football 10, 11, 12; Varsity Basketball 11, 12; Varsity Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12; Vice-President Ram Club 12. NANCY LOUISE DICKSON Nancy Tri-Hi-Y 10, 12; Future Business Leaders 11; Dra- matics Club 9, 10; Pep Club 9, 10; Supervision Volleyball 10, 11; Junior-Senior Dance Committee 11. PATRICIA REBECCA DAVIS Becky Library Assistant 11, 12; Pep Club 9, 10, 11, 12, JOSEPH CROSBY DEBARY Joe Spanish Club 11. GARY LEE DIGBY Gary B-Team Baseball 10; Student Council 10; Willing- ham “Voice of Democracy” Co-Winner 10; Beta Club 11, 12; Key Club 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Rampage Staff 11, Circulation Manager 12; Senior Dramatics Club. JIMMIE ARLENE DOWD Arlene G.A.A. 11, 12; French Club 11, 12; Gym Assistant 11; Beta Club 12. ROGER TERRY DUFFEY Terry Football; Track; Ram Club. WILLIAM CECIL DUKE, JR. Bill Science Club 10, 12; Drama Club 12; Annual Staff 2. JANICE DEANNA DURDEN Janice President of F.B.L.A. 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Melodettes 9, 10; Chorus 8-12; F.H.A. 8, 9; Music Club 9-12; Advertising Staff of Bonnie Blue Print 11, 12. HAROLD DAVID DYER Dave Ram Club 11, 12; French Club 11; Business Club 12; Supervision Basketball 11, 12; Science Club 11, 12. HAROLD RAYMOND DUNLAP Dunlap Student Council 11; D.E. Club 12. HARRY RICHARD DUNLAP Richard D.E. Club 12. HERMAN LANE DUNN Herman Gymnastic Team; B-Team Football. GEORGE LANSON DURDEN II Lanson Beta Club 11, 12; French Club 11, 12; Library Club 11; Science Club 9, 10, 11, 12; Rampage Staff. JAMES PALMER EPPS Jimmy Football 9; B-Team Football 10; Varsity Football 11, 12; Beta Club 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Super- vision Basketball 10, 11, 12; Supervision Softball 10, 11, 12. DELMAR EVANS Delmar Football 9; B-Team Football. PEGGY ANNETTE EVANS Peggy Entered 11; Art Club 11, 12, President 12; Library Assistant 12; Perfect Attendance 11; F.H.A. 11; Junior-Senior Dance Committee 11; Y-Teens 12. SHERRY GAIL EVANS Gail F.H.A. 10; Supervision Softball 10; Gym Club 11; Dramatics Club 12. JOHN TENNYSON EDWARDS, JR. John RONALD C. ELLINGTON Duke Supervision Basketball 11, 12; Supervision Softball 11, 12; B-Team Basketball 10; Varsity Football 10; Junior-Senior Dance Committee 11; Annual Staff Sports Editor 12; Business Club 12; Science Club 10; Varsity Baseball 12; Hi-Y 10. JUDY ANN EZELL Judy Vice-President of Student Council 11; Beta Club 11, 12; President G.A.A. 11; Treasurer G.A.A. 12; Gym Assistant 10, 11, 12; Inter-City Student Coun- cil Representative 11; Red Cross Representative 10; Class Softball Team 9, 10, 11, 12; Future Teachers of America 9, 10. MARLENE DIANE FLORA Marlene Chorus 9; Supervision Softball 10; Pep Club. WILLIAM CURTIS FORD Curtis Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Business Club 11, 12. JAMES STUART FOSTER Jimmy Jr. Red Cross 9; Distributive Education Club 12. BARBARA ANN GARDNER Barbara Allied Medical Careers Club, President 12, Reporter Beta Club 12; Advertising Editor of Bonnie 3lue Print 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Student Council Spanish Club 11, 12; Senior Dramatics Club 2; Library Assistant 10, 11, 12; Library Club 10, THOMAS HOWARD GARRETT Tommy F.F.A.; Supervision Basketball 9, 10; Supervision Softball. SHIRLEY FOSTER Shirley Nurses’ Club 9. DENNIS C. B. FREEMAN, JR. Dennis Beta Club 11, 12, Treasurer 12; Key Club 11, Secre- tary 12; Student Council 9, 11, 12; Rampage Editor- in-Chief 12; " Tween Teens Reporter 11, 12; Boys’ State 11; Supervision President 11; French Club 11, 12; Amateur Radio Club President 11; Industrial Arts Club 9. MARTHA ARLENE FUTCH Marty Future Business Leaders of America 12; Art Club 8,9; Pep Club 9; F.H.A. 8. NANCY KAY GALLAWAY Nancy F.B.L.A. 11, Program Chairman 12; G.A.A. 11, Gym Assistant 11, 12; Supervision Volleyball 10- Championship Team 11; Supervision Softball 10- Championship Team 10; Supervision Basketball 11, 12: Junior Volleyball Team 11. TERRELL ALLEN GIBSON Terry Beta Club 11, 12; Key Club 10, 11, 12; Ramscript Literary Magazine Editor 11, 12; Rampage 9, 11; Feature Editor 12; Jr. Red Cross 11, Vice-President 12; Inter-School Vice-President 12; " Tween Teens Correspondent 11, 12; French Club 11; Student Council 12. HAROLD F. GILDER Harold RamScott; Rampage; Business Club. FLORABELLE GILLIS Florabelle Supervision Officer 12; Library Assistant 12; Y- Teens 12; Pep Club 11, 12; F.H.A. 8, 9, 10, Vice- President 9. JOSEPH EUGENE GOODWIN, JR. Joseph MARTHA HELEN GARRISON Martha F.B.L.A. 12; Red Cross 8, 9; Y-Teens 9; Gym 10; Supervision Volleyball 10, 11. ROBERT A. GERMANY Robert Transfer 11; Business Club 11, 12; Supervision Basketball 11, 12. CHARLIE MACK GOTTWALS Mack Beta Club 11, 12; Key Club 12; Rampage Staff 11; Red Cross 12; Spanish Club 12; Science Club 12. GUYTON GRAHAM Guyton Science 11; Dramatics Club 12; Red Cross 12; Southern Accents 11, 12; Supervision Basketball; Supervision Softball 10, 11, 12; Chorus 10, 11, 12; Perfect Attendance 11. DAVID LEE GRAVES David Band 9-12; Band Lieutenant 9-12; Student Band Director 12; Beta Club 11, 12; Key Club 12; French Club 11, Vice-President 12; Chorus 11-12 BARBARA JO GREEN Babs Quill and Scroll 12; Bonnie Blue Print Columnist 12, “Leading Lassies”; Jr. Dramatics 8, 9, President 9; Senior Dramatics 10, 11, 12, Sgt.-at-Arms 12; Spanish Club 10, 11, 12, Vice-President 11; Science Club 12; Co-Chairman Junior Talent Show 11; Sen- ior Homecoming Committee 12; Thespians 12. JAMES WAYNE HAMMOND Jimmy Varsity Foo tball 10, 11; Varsity Baseball 9, 10, 11; Student Council 10; Class Officer 11, 12; Ram Club 10, 11, 12; Gym Captain 11, 12; Co-Captain Football 11. ALLEN CARSON HARDISON Carson Football 9; Track 9; Supervision Basketball and Softball 9: Football 10: Sup. Basketball 10, Sup. Softball 10; Football Ti, 12: GERALD MARVIN GREER Jerry Supervision Basketball 10, PATRICIA LOUISE GRIFFITH Patricia Library Assistant 10, 11, 12; Chorus 8, 9, 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 11, 12. LEONARD HAROLD GRIMES Len ANITA JOYCE HADDEN Joyce Secretary of Y-Teens 10; Circulating Staff of Bonnie Blue Print 12; F.H.A. 10; Spanish Club 11, 12. THOMAS CLIFTON HARDY Hardrock Beta Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Science Club 10, 11; B-Team Basketball 9, 10; Baseball B- Team and Varsity; Supervision Basketball 11, 12; Senior Bowling 10, 11, 12; Varsity Golf 12. CHARLIE RAY HARKNESS Charlie MERYLYN HARP Merylyn Willingham-McEvoy Notebook 12; Bonnie Blue Print Staff 12; Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Publicity Chairman 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Orchestra 9, 10, 11; Science Club 9. SHELBY JEAN HARPER Shelby Dramatics 12; F.B.L.A. 12. JASPER BOWDEN HARDISON Big Bo Student Council 9, 10, Vice-President; Varsity Foot- ball 10, 11, 12; Ram Club 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club ll, 12; Senior Bowling Team 10, 11, 12; Science Club 10. LARRY WAYNE HARDY Wayne Supervision Basketball 10, 11; Supervision, P.E. Football 11. JIMMY CHARLES HARRELL Rick D.E. Club. JAMES ALEXANDER HARRIS, JR. Jimmy Beta Club 11, 12; Key Club 11, 12, Treasurer 12; Rampage Assistant Editor-in-Chief 12; Spanish Club 1], 12; Library Club 9, 10; Chorus 9. PETER BRUCE HARRIS Pete French Club 11, 12, Treasurer 11, Publicity 12; Student Council 11; Red Cross 9, 10, 11, 12, Presi dent 11, Advisor 12; Supervision Basketball, Soft- ball 10, 11, 12; B-Team Football 10; Varsity Foot- ball 11; P.E. School Champions 10. DARLA GWENDOLYN HATCHER Darla Beta Club 11, 12; In-School Y-Teens 9, 10, 11, 12; 1.C.C. Representative 11, Program Chairman 12; Stu- dent Council 9, 11; RamScott Feature Editor 12; Advertising Staff of RamScott 12; Office Monitor 12; Supervision Volleyball, Basketball, Softball 9, 10, 11; Supervision President 9, 11; Class Director 10. SENOBIA CHARLENE HICKMAN Chuck Supervision Sports 10; Gym Assistant 11; Captain of Basketball Team 11; G.A.A. 11, 12, Vice-Presi- dent 12. ESTER JEAN HIGGINS Jean Beta Club 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Editorial Staff of RamScott 12; Office Monitor 11, 12, Head Moni- tor 12; Art Club 10-12, Officer 11, 12; Allied Medical Careers Club 12; French Club 11, 12; Supervision Officer 10, 12. JOSEPH W. HEATH, JR. Joe Football 9; Basketball 9; Business 12. ETHEL JANE HERIN Jane Class Director 10, 12; Student Council 12; Dramatic Club 11, 12, President 12; Spanish Club 11, 12, Program Chairman 11; Business Staff of Annual 12: Junior-Senior Dance Committee 11; 4-H Club 10, 11, President 10, Reporter 11; Tri-Hi-Y 10-12, Group Captain 10, Sergeant-at-Arms 11, Publicity Chairman 12; Beta Club 12; Thespians 12. JAMES BOYCE HERNDON Jimmy 3eta 11, 12. MYRA ELAINE HERNDON Laine Transfer 12; Art Club 12; Tri-Hi-Y 12; Supervision Volleyball 12; Y-Teens 12. ROBERT EDWARD HORTON Bobby Beta Club 11, 12; Key Club 10, 11, 12; Science Club 12; Ram Club 12; B-Team Football 10; Varsity Football 11, 12; French Club 11, 12; Rampage Staff 11, Assistant News Editor 12. JEFFREY DALE HOWARD Jeff Supervision Basketball 10, 11; Spanish Club 12; Senior Bowling Team 11, 12. LINDA PAIGE HUDSON Linda Library Club 12; Business Club 12; Supervision Vol- leyball 9, 10. MARY MAGDALENE HUDSON Magdalene JOHN WESLEY HIGGISON, JR. Johnny Layout Editor of Annual 12; Key Club Jr. Director 12; Treasurer of Senior Dramatics Club 12; Stu- dent Council 10; B-Team Basketball 10; Baseball 9; Basketball 9; Rampage Staff 11. HILDA KAYE HORNE Hilda F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Supervision Volleyball 9, 10, 11; Supervision Softball 10. MARY EVELYN HULETT Evelyn In-School Y-Teens 8-12; F.H.A. 10, 11; McEvoy Thrift Bank Committee 11; Supervision Volleyball 10, 11; Tri-Hi-Y 12. JAMES WILSON HUTTO James Beta Club. WILLIE GAIL ISRAEL Gail Transferred from Miller 12. BARBARA DELOIS JACKSON Barbara Student Council 12; Science Club 12; Future Teachers of America: Beta ¢ lub 12. FREDA JEAN JOINER Jeanie Library Club Historian 12; Library Assistant 11, 12; Red Cross 10, 11, 12; Advertising Staff Bonnie Blue Print 11; Future Teachers of America 10, 11; Allied Medical Careers Club 12. GENEVA EARLENE JONES Geneva Dramatics 9, 10; Band Club 9; Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10; Girls’ Athletic Association 11; Future Business Leaders of America 11; Library Club 12; Super- + ba Volleyball 9, 10, 11; Supervision Softball 10, STEVE MILTON JACKSON Steve WILBURN TRUITT JACKSON Truitt Library Club 9-11, President 11; Spanish Club 11, 12: Dramatics Club 12, Secretary 12; Red Cross 10; Annual Staff 12; Student Council 11. DEWAIN DOUGLAS JERKINS Doodie Varsity Football 10, 11, 12; Varsity Track 10; Varsity Tennis 11, 12; Radio Program 12. ELIZABETH ADELE JOHNSON Liz Bonnie Blue Print Staff 12; Library Club 10, Sec- retary 11; F.T.A. 12; Library Assistant 10, 11, 12; Chorus 11; Supervision Secretary 12; Nurses’ Club 9; Quill and Scroll 12; Beta Club 12. — é“ nn VIRGINIA SUE JONES Sue Beta Club 12; Band 9-12, Captain of Percussion; Allied Medical Careers Club 11, 12, Historian 12; French Club 11, 12; Science Club 12. BETTY MAE JORDAN Betty Nurses’ Club 9, 10; Future Teachers of America 10. JAMES MALCOLM JORDAN Jimmy F.F.A. 9, 10; 44H 9, 10, 11, 12; Student Council 10, 11, 12. LINDA EILEEN KELLEY Linda Editor-in-Chief of Bonnie Blue Print 12; Advertising Staff of Bonnie Blue Print 12; Allied Medical Careers Club 10-12; Senior Dramatics Club 11, 12; Beta Club 11, 12; Library Assistant 11, 12; Student Council 12; Quill and Scroll 12; First Prize in Science Fair 11; Thespians 12. MARLIN GRADY JONES Marlin Library Club 9, 10, 11, 12; Science Club 11, 12. NORMAN EDGAR JONES Douchie Red Cross 8, 9; Supervision Basketball 10; Super- vision Softball 10, 11; D.E. Club 12. PATRICIA ELAINE KELLY Elaine Allied Medical Careers Club 8-12, Reporter 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Tri-Hi-Y 9; Dramatics 12; Advertising Staff of Bonnie Blue Print 12. MARGARET REBECCA KEMPER Rebecca Circulation Staff of Bonnie Blue Print 12; Library Assistant 11, 12; Spanish Club 11, 12, Program Chairman 12; Tri-Hi-Y 10; F.T.A. 9. LAMAR BROWN KENNEDY Lamar P.E. Captain 12; Track 10, 11, 12; B-Team Football 10; Gymnastics Team. JUDY BONYLIN KING Judy Entered McEvoy 12; Red Cross 12. JERRY EUSTON LEVERETTE Level Head Varsity Basketball 11, 12; Varsity Baseball 11, 12; Student Council Treasurer 12; Science Club 11, 12; Class Officer 9, 10; Spanish Club 11; Beta Club 12; Ram Club 12; Sports Co-Editor of RamScott 12; Rampage Staff 9, 11, 12. JANIE SUE LEWIS Janie Sue JAMES JOSEPH KNOWLES Jimmy GLORIA ANN LAMB Cookie F.B.L.A. Photographer 12; Music Club 10-12, Pub- licity Chairman 11; Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12; Dramatics Club 12; Jr. Talent Show Committee. NEILYA ELIZABETH LAMBERT Beth Beta Club 12; Supervision Officer 12; French Club 12: Science Club 12; Tri-Hi-Y 12; Entered 12. LANA CHERYL LAYFIELD Lana Senior Class Vice-President; Beta Club 11, 12; Sports Editor of RamScott 12; G.A.A. Program Chairman 11, 12; Spanish Club 11, 12, Sergeant-at-Arms 12; Future Teachers 11, 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Class Softball 11; Superlative 12. — CECIL FREDERICK LONG Freddie Supervision Basketball 10, 11; Supervision Softball 10, 11; D.E. Club 12. PHYLLIS MAXINE LORD Phyllis RamScott Business Staff 12; Gym Assistant 11, 12; Supervision Volleyball, Basketball, Softball 9, 10, 11, 12; Allied Medical Careers Club 9, 12; Chorus 10, 11; Music Club 11; Y-Teens 9; Pep Club. ANTHONY LARRY McBRIDE Mack GEORGE W. McCONNELL, JR. George MARJORIE ANN LINDER Ann Senior Dramatics 12; Supervision Volleyball, Basket- ball 11; Class Softball Team 10, 11; Junior Dra- matics Treasurer 9; Gym Assistant 10, 11; Nurses’ Club 10; Pep Club. KENNETH N. LINDSEY Butch Supervision Basketball 10; Supervision Football 10; Supervision Basketball 11; P.E. Football 11; P.E. Softball 11; D.E. Club 12. EILEEN ESTELLE McGAHEE Eileen Band 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. SAMUEL DAVID McGAHEE, JR. David Band 9; Business Club. MIRIAM EDWINA McGEE Miriam Art Club 9-12, President 10, 11, Treasurer 12; Sen- ior Class Director; Student Council 11, 12; Art Editor RamScott 12; French Club 11, 12; Dramatics Club 11, 12; Beta Club 12; Quill and Scroll 12. ANDREW JACKSON McKINNEY Jackie Softball Champions 10; Touch Football Champions 11: Basketball Champions 10; Perfect Attendance 10, 11, 12. Ye LAURETTA FAYE MERCIER Faye Future Business Leaders of America 12; Super- vision Volleyball, Basketball 11. MIRIAM ELAINE MEREDITH Snooks Student Council President 12, Treasurer 11; Girls’ State 11; Bonnie Blue Print, News Editor 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Beta Club 11, 12; Allied Medical Careers Club, President 11, Treasurer 10; Girls’ Athletic Association 11, 12; Georgia Scholastic Press Association First Vice-President “12; Junior Class Director; Homecoming Court 12; Best Citizen 12. MILDRED CELESTE MACKEY Celeste Beta Club 11, 12; Business Staff of RamScott 12; Allied Medical Careers Club 11, 12; Y-Teens In- School 9, 10; Library Assistant 11, 12. BONNIE LOUISE MANNING Bonnie Transferred from College Park High School 11; RamScott Advertising Staff 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Beta Club 12. JAMES LESLIE MARDEN Jimmy Dramatics Club 12; Superlatives Editor of RamScott 12: Science Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 11; Rampage Staff 10. CORLISS ELIZABETH MARTIN Corliss Beta Club 11, 12, Vice-President 12; Organizations Editor of Annual 12; President of Band 12; Student Council 10-12; Music Club 8-12, President 10, Treas- urer 11, Publicity Chairman 12; All-State Chorus 11; French Club 11, 12, Secretary 11; Superlative 12. ANTOINETTE LOUISE MILLEN Toni Senior Dramatics 12; F.H.A. 9, 10; Y-Teens 12; Supervision Officer 10; Pep Club 10. BEVERLY LOUISE MILLER Beverly Beta Club 12; Student Council, Project Chairman 12; Nurses’ Club, Secretary 12, Treasurer 11; B- Team Cheerleader 11, 12, Co-Captain 12; Red Cross Chairman 12; Advertising Staff of Bonnie Blue Print 12; Gym Assistant 10; Class Director 9; Pep Club 10, 11, 12. ELEANOR JANETTE MILLER Janette Library Club 10, 11, 12, Treasurer 11, Secretary 12; Supervision Volleyball 9, 10; Library Assistant 10 11, 12; Future Homemakers of America 9. MARY HELEN MILLER Mary Helen F.B.L.A. 11, 12, Treasurer 12; Library Club 11, 12; Library Assistant 11, 12; Orchestra 9, 10. DONNA MARIE MERRILL Donna Jeta 11, 12; Superlatives Editor of RamScott 12; Red Cross Representative 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Office Monitor 12; Supervision Volleyball, Basket- ball, Softball 9-12. GLORIA ANNE MILFORD Gloria F.B.L.A. 11, 12, Reporter 12; Library Club 11, 12; Library Assistant ll, 12; F.H.A. 8, 9; P ep Club 10; Advertising Staff of Bonnie Blue Print 12. JAMES CLAYTON MITCHEM Jimmy Beta Club 12; Business Club 11, President 12; Busi- ness Manager 11; Senior Business Manager 12; RamScott Staff 11, 12; Student Council 12; Super- vision Championship Softball Team 10; Office Assistant 11, 12; Supervision Softball, Basketball 11. PAULETTE MIXON Paulette Bonnie Blue Print Columnist 12; Spring Football Sponsor, White Team 10; Sponsor for Willingham Phys. Ed. Class 11; Gym Assistant 10, 11; Tri-Hi-Y 10; Y-Teens 10, 12; Supervision Officer 10; Super- vision Softball, Basketball, Volleyball 10-12; G.A.A. 11; Quill and Scroll 12. PATRICIA ELLEN MONCRIEF Patricia Business Staff of Annual 12; Library Assistant 10, 1. 12; Allied Medical Careers Club, Vice-Presi- dent 11, Treasurer 12; Tri-Hi-Y 10. BRENDA JOYCE MOORE Joyce F.H.A. 10, 11; Supervision Volleyball, Basketball, Softball 10, 11. GERALD WAYNE MORRIS Jerry Beta Club 11, 12; French Club 11, 12; Rampage Staff 12: Classes Editor of RamScott 12; Chorus ll: Science Club 12; 4th Place Winner Georgia Science Fair. JAMES BRUCE MORRIS, III James F.F.A. Treasurer 11, Reporter 12. ELIZABETH FAYE MOORE Faye Library Club 10, 11, 12, President 12, Historian ll; Advertising Staff of RamScott 12; Pep Club 9; Band 11, 12; Library Assistant 10, 11, 12. LOUISE RUDEEN MOORE Rudeen Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12; Library Assistant 11, 12; Library Club 12. TRAVIS JEAN MOORE Jean Student Council 9-12, Secretary 10; Class Officer 9-12: Vice-President of F.B.L.A. 12; Y-Teens’ Sweet- heart 11; Homecoming Court 10, 12; Spring Foot- ball Queen 10, Sponsor 11; Senior High Classie Lassie 11; Cheerleader 9, 10; Beta 12; Superlative 12. THOMAS ALBERT MORGAN Thomas Baseball 9; Supervision Basketball, Softball 9, 10, 11; Varsity Track 10, 11. RONALD THOMAS MOSS Blackie Spanish Club 11. JO ANDREA MURPHY Jo Senior Class Officer; Student Council 10, 11, Publicity Chairman 12; Bonnie Blue Print Feature Editor 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Beta Club 12; French Club 11, 12, Publicity Chairman 11; Red Cross 10-12; Dramatics 10-12; Junior Talent Show 11; Thespians 12. WAYNE TERRY NEELY Wayne Science Club; Red Cross, Vice-President 11, Re- porter 10; Band 10, 12; Chorus 11. SONDRA ANNETTE NEWBY Sondra Y-Teens 12; Perfect Attendance 9, 11; Supervision Volleyball 9, 10, 11; Supervision Basketball 9, 10; F.H.A. 10; Pep Club 11. PHILIP CARSWELL MORRIS Phil Rampage Business Staff. WILLIAM RUSS MOSELY Russ GLADYS ANITA NORRIS Nita Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 12; Supervision Volleyball 10, 11; Supervision Basketball 10, 11; Supervision Officer 12; F.H.A. 9; Pep Club 9, 10. CHARLES OTHA O’BRIEN Charles Beta Club; Spanish Club; Science Club. BARBARA JEAN OKTAVEC Jo French Club 11; Y-Teens 11, 12; F.BLA. 12; Dramatics 12; Office Monitor 11, 12; Chorus 8, 9, 12. KERMIT WAYNE OLMSTEAD Wayne Student Council 11. SANDRA BONITA PEACOCK Bonnie Future Business Leaders of America 11-12, Secretary; Supervision Volleyball 9, 10. TREENA PETERMAN Treena Y-Teens, L.C.C. Rep. 10, Club Sweetheart 8, 10, Club President 8, City Championship Volleyball Team 11; Inter-Club City Council, Publicity Chairman Hl, President 12, Attended Georgia, Alabama, Florida Conference 12; Bonnie Blue Print, Advertising Staff 1], 12, Assistant Advertising Manager 11, Sports Editor 12: Red Cross, Vice-President 10, Treasurer ll: French Club 11, 12; Talent Show Committee Chairman 11; Quill and Scroll Club 12; Beta Club 12. CLYDE ALBERT OLSON Bobo Varsity Basketball 11, 12; Varsity Golf 12; Varsity Track 12; Beta Club 11, 12; Key Club 10; Rampage Staff 11, 12, Sports Editor 12; Student Council 12; Science Club 12; Ram Club 12. ANGELA ELAINE PARENT Angela Bonnie Gardeners, Chairman Board of Directors 11, 12: Music Club 12; French Club 11; Pep Club 10; 4-H Club 9. WILLIE CLAY PARHAM Chilly Willie Varsity Football 11, 12; Beta Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Supervision Basketball 9-12; Ram Club 12; B-Team Baseball 10; B-Team Football 9-10. DWIGHT LEON PAYNE Leo Co-Captain Varsity Football; Student Council Of- ficer: Vice-President of Senior Class; Beta Club; Key Club; Varsity Track; Ram Club; Spanish Club; Supervision Basketball. CHARLES EDWARD POWERS Charles Business Club. CAROLE YVONNE PRIDGEON Yvonne Science Club 11, 12, President 12, Program Chair- man 11; Student Council 12; Band, Band Club 9; Future Teachers of America 9. JAMES BENJAMIN PRITCHETT Pritch B-Team Basketball 9; B-Team, Varsity Baseball 9; Photography Editor of Annual 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Varsity Golf 12; Varsity Tennis 12; Dra- matics Club 12; Office Monitor 11. BARBARA JEAN PROCTOR Barbara Vice-President of Art Club 12; Treasurer of Y- Teens 9; Business Manager of Bonnie Blue Print 12; Circulation Staff of Bonnie Blue Print 11; Red Cross Representative 10; Tri-Hi-Y 9, 12; Super- vision Officer 10. DAVID WAYNE PILCHER W ayne Business Club 11, 12, Vice-President 12; Science Club 12. KENNETH MACK POSS Mack Beta Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Varsity Baseball 11; B-Team Football; Varsity Chess 10; Varsity Tennis 11. LINDA FAE PROCTOR Linda Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12; Future Homemakers of America 9, 10. BETTY JENE RACHELS Jene G.A.A. 11, 12; F.H.A. 10-12; French Club 11, 12; Bon nie Blue Print Columnist 12; Supervision Soft- ball 10-12, Captain 11; Supervision Basketball, Volley- ball 11, 12; Quill %nd Scroll 12. JOHN WILLIAM RAFFIELD Billy Beta Club 11, 12; Varsity Football 11, 12; Ram Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 12. BYRON LEE RAUGHTON Byron Baseball 12. TYLER JULIAN RAULS, JR. Julian FREDERICK MILTON RITCHIE Buddy Spanish Club 11; Business Club 12; Science Club 12. JAMES STANLEY ROBERTS Jimmy B-Team Football 10; Supervision Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12; Supervision Softball 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Varsity Football 11, 12; Industrial Arts Club 9; Ram Club 12. LINDA DEAN ROBERTS Linda Tri-Hi-Y 11, 12, Vice-President 12; Supervision President 12; Student Council 12; Advertising and Circulation Staff of Bonnie Blue Print 12; Business Staff of RamScott 12; Allied Medical Careers Club 8, 9, 10, 11. BRENDA JOY RODGERS Bren F.H.A. Degree Chairman 12, State Chairman of Music and Recreation 11; Assistant Homemaking Teacher 12; Bonnie Blue Print Staff 12; Student Council 11; Volleyball Team 10, 11, Captain 10. MALCOLM LELAND ROGERS, JR. Leland Band 9, 10; Chorus 10-12. ALICE FAYE SAFFOLD Faye G.A.A. 11, 12, Parliamentarian 12; Gym Assistant 10, 11; Class Softball 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Captain; Supervision Volleyball, Basketball, Softball 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Captain; Most Active Member of Mr. Brake’s Office 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. JAMES PAUL SAMMONS, III Paul Red Cross 9, 10, 11, 12, President 12, Vice-President 1l, Secretary 10; Student Council 12; Supervision Football 10, 11; Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12, All-State Chorus in 1960; Spanish Club 11; Business Club. DONNA MARIE SANDERS Donna Music Club 10, 11, President 12; Bonnie Blue Print Staff Columnist 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Future Teachers of America, Corresponding Secretary 10; French Club 11. PATRICIA ANN SANDERSON Pat Beta Club 11, 12; ‘Circulation Staff Bonnie Blue Print 11, Manager 12; Student Council 10-12; Y-Teens In-School President 11-12, Vice-President 10, Club Sweetheart 11; LC.C. Secretary 10; Volleyball, Bas- ketball’ City Championship Teams 11; Supervision Officer 10, 11; Perfect Attendance 11; Editorial Staff Bonnie Blue Print 12; Class Director 10. SHIRLEY ANN ROGERS Shirley Supervision Basketball, Volleyball, Softball 9, 10, 11, 12; Y-Teens In-School 9, 10, 12; Stunt Committee 9; Red Cross Representative 9; Gym Day 11. ALBERT WARREN ROWLAND Brutus LYNDA WYNELL SEAGRAVES Lyndy Bonnie Blue Print Columnist “Scotch Tape” 12; Quill and Scroll 12; French Club 11, 12; Dixie Doodle Dandy 9, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Mellodettes 8-10; Music Club 8-12; Freshman Stunt 9; Beta 12. PAMELA JEAN SEALY Pam Music Club 12; Allied Medical Careers Club 11, 12; Decoration Committee for Junior-Senior 11; Future Homemakers of America Secretary 9, 10; Supervision Officer 9; Dramatics Club 8. TOM SMALLING SHADBURN Tommy Class Officer 10; Supervision Softball 10, 11, 12; Supervision Basketball 12. SANDRA ELIZABETH SHAW Sandra Editor of Club Page of Bonnie Blue Print 12; Allied Medical Careers Club 12; Tri-Hi-Y 12; Span- ish Club 10, 11; 4H Club 10; Supervision Red Cross Representative 10, 11; Quill and Scroll 12. ALBERT ERNEST SLOCUM : Albert Beta Club 11, 12, Secretary 12; Rampage 11, 12, Managing Editor 12; Key Club- 10, 11, 12, Lt. Gov. 12; French Club 11, 12; Supervision Basketball 11, 12; Class Officer 12. EUGENIA COMER SMITH Jean Tri-Hi-Y 10-12. CAROLYN ELIZABETH SHEPHERD Carolyn Student Council 11, 12; G.A.A. 11, 12, Awards Chairman; Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12; Library Club 9, 10; Y-Teens 9, 10; Supervision Basketball Champions 10, 11. BILLY SHUMATE Billy Supervision Basketball 11. JANICE LOUISE SIMMONS Janice Supervision Volleyball, Softball 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.H.A. 10. CHARLES BRYANT SKIPPER Charles F.F.A. 8-12, Nice-President 11, President 12; Stu- dent Council 11, 12. LARRY WAYNE SNOW Larry TOMMY HAYWOOD SPINKS Elvis Class Officer 9; Business Club 11, 12; Football 9, 10; French Club 11; Exchange Editor of Rampage 12; Chorus 10,11, 12; Southern Accents 9, 10, 11, 12; P.E. Captain 10; Supervision Softball, Basket- ball 9, 10, 11, 12; Dramatics Club 12; Thespians 12. ROBERT TERRY STAFFORD Duck ROGER S. STARR Twinkles Willingham Circus 9; Chorus 10, 11, 12; Science Club 11; Southern Accents 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; All-State Chorus 11, 12; Senior Dramatics Club 12; Supervision Basketball 12. REBECCA ANTONIETTE SMITH Becky Transferred from Cairo High School 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Music Club. GWENDOLLYN DIANNE SNELLGROVE Dianne Y-Teens 9, 10, 12; F.H.A. 9, 12; Supervision Basket- ball, Volleyball 9, 10, 12; Pep Club 10. DONALD LOUIS STINSON Don Spanish Club 12; B-Team Basketball 10; Tennis 12; Business Club 12; Dramatics Club 11. WILLARD ARTHUR STRANAHAN Bill D.E. Club; 4-H Club. LINDA JO STRICKLAND Linda Treasurer of Senior Class; Classes Editor of Ram- 12: G.A.A. 11, 12, President 12; Beta Club 11. 12, Treasurer 12; Pingpong Champion 11; Spanish Club 11, 12, Program Chairman 12; Volley- ball Champions 10, 11; Quill and Scroll 12; Student Council 12; Superlative 12. FRANCES SURIANO Frances Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10; Pep Club 9, 10, 11; Red Cross 10; Y-Teens 11, 12; Spanish Club 12; Supervision Volleyball 10, 11, 12; Supervision Basketball 10, 11; Future Business Leaders of America 11. LYNDA LEE THARPE Lynda Transferred to McEvoy 12. DONNA BARBARA THIGPIN Barbara Beta Club 11, 12, President 12; Executive Secretary RamScott 12; Class Vice-President 11, Director 12; F.H.A. 10-12, Historian 11, Sweetheart Queen 11, Second Vice-President 12; Gym Assistant 10, 11; Supervision President 12; Class Softball 8-12; Super- vision Softball, Basketball, Volleyball 8-12; Leading Lassie 12; Superlative 12; Best Citizen 12. y iN EILEEN KATHRYN SWEENEY Sweeney Zand 9, 10, 11, 12, Librarian 12; Allied Medical Careers Club 11, 12; Dramatics 12; F.H.A. 9, 10; Beta Club 12. SHIRLEY ANN SWIGER Shirley Y-Teens In-School 9, 12; F.H.A. 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 12; Supervision Volleyball 10-12; Supervision Bas- ketball 11, 12; Supervision Softball 10-12; Gym As- sistant 10, 11 CLIFFORD GEORGE TAPPEN Cliff Track 9: German Club 10, 11; Bowling Team 10, 11. FRANK MAYNARD THAMES, JR. Maynard Beta Club 11, 12; Band 11; Southern Accents Band 11: Science Club 12; Supervision Vice-President 11; Supervision Softball 10. BARBARA JEAN TIDWELL Jean President of Junior and Senior Classes; Beta Club 12; Student Council 10, 11, 12; Inter-School Stu- dent Council Representative 12; Office Monitor 12; Superlative 12; Best Citizen 12. EVELYN TOLER Evelyn President of Future Teachers of America 12; Copy Editor of Bonnie Blue Print 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Beta Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 10-12; Library Club 11. JOE ERNEST TOLER Joe Beta Club 11, 12; Key Club 10; F.F.A. 9, 10, 11, 12. MARTHA RUTH TOMBERLIN Martha Beta Club 11, 12; Bonnie Blue Print Column “Lass- ies of Yore” 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Spanish Club 12; Music Club 9-11; F.T.A. 9-12, Secretary 9, 11. JOSEPH L. THOMAS Joe JANICE ELAINE THOMPSON Jan Editor of 62 RamScott; Beta Club 11, 12; Allied Medical Careers Club 8-12, Secretary 11, Vice- President 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Student Council 12; G.A.A. 11; Quill and Scroll 12; Supervision Volleyball Championship 11; Superlative 12. WILLIAM DALE TOWNSEND Dale D.E.C.A. Club. GEORGE EDWARD TUCKER Eddie Library Club 9-12, Vice-President 9, President 12; French Club 11, 12; G.A.L.A. 11, 12; Science Club 12; Football 10; Red Cross 9; Perfect Attendance. JERE DANIEL UNDERWOOD Jere Band 9, 10; Key Club 11; Beta Club 11. JAMES LARRY VANDIVER Larry Supervision Basketball 9, 10, Science Club 11; P.E. Football 10, 11; Football ‘9, 10; Red Cross 9, 10. MARJORIE ELIZABETH WALKER Margie Bonnie Blue Print News Editor 12, Bonnie Jr. 11 Art Club 10, 11, 12, Treasurer 11, Scrapbook Chair- man 12; French Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 10, 11; Chair- man of Decoration Committee for Junior Talent Show 11; Decoration Committee for Junior-Senior Dance; Thespians 12. PHYLLIS ANN WARD Phyllis Circulation Staff of Bonnie Blue Print 12; Perfect Attendance 11; Y-Teens 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12. JOYCE ANNETTE VAUGHN Joyce F.B.L.A. 12; Y-Teens 12; Softball 10-12; Basketball 11, 12; Volleyball 11, 12; F.H.A. 10; F-.T.A. 10. GLENN RUSSELL VENABLE Glenn CAROLYN LOVINA WALKER Jerry Class Softball Team 10, 11; Supervision Volleyball, Softball 10, 11; Dramatics 12; Y-Teens 12. FRED DOUGLAS WALKER Fred Varsity Football; Ram Club; Business Club 1], 12; Student Council 10; D.E.C.A. 12; F.F.A. 10, 12; Red Cross 11; Supervision Basketball, Softball 10-12. SANDRA KAY WATTS Watty Activities Editor of RamScott 12; Varsity Cheer- leader 11, 12; Student Council 12; Class Officer 11; Officer Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 12; Beta 12; Quill and Scroll 12. PATTI ELLEN WEESE Pat Future Business Leaders of America; Band Club; Music Club 9; F.H.A. 9. SANDRA FAYE WEST Sandy G.A.A. 11; Class Softball Teams 10-12; Super- vision Volleyball, Basketball, Softball 10-12; Circu- lation Staff of Bonnie Blue Print; Gym Assistant 11. THOMAS CARL WEST Tommy Band 9-12, Sergeant 9, 10, Lieutenant ]1, Captain 12; Supervision Basketball 9, 10, 11; Supervision Soft- ball 10; Willingham Chorus 11; Southern Accents 9-12; Tennis 10; Wesleyan Orchestra 11. MARY DIANNE WATERS Dianne Spring Football Queen 11; Bonnie Blue Print Man. aging Editor 12; Class Officer, President 8, Secre- tary 9, Director 11; Student Council 8, 10, 12: French Club 11, 12, Vice-President 11, President 12; Music Club 11, 12, Vice-President 11, 12; Chairman of Junior-Senior Food Committee 11; Quill and Scroll 12; Supervision Officer 8, 9, 10; Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain 8, 9. SHIRLEY ANN WATKINS Shirley Historian of Nurses Club 10; Music Club 11, 12; French Club 11, 12; F.H.A. 8; Band Club 9. CHARLES RANDY WHEELER Randy Varsity Football 9-12; Varsity Track 10-12; Ram Club 9-12, President 12; P.E. Captain 11, 12; Stu- dent Council 9-12, Secretary 10, Spanish Club 11. MICHAEL MARVIN WHITE Mike Rampage Reporter 11; Photography Staff of Ram- page 12; Beta Club 11, 12; Supervision Basketball 9-12; Spanish Club 12; Varsity Track 12. SANDRA JEAN WHITFIELD Sandra Transferred from Perry, Georgia, 11; Tri-Hi-Y 12; Allied Medical Careers Club 12; Future Teachers Association 12; Music Club 12, JUDYE LANELLE WILDER Judye Homecoming Queen 12, Court 11; Cheerleader 9-12, Captain 12; Beta Club 11, 12; Student Council 12; Circulation Staff of Bonnie Blue Print 12; Ram Club 11, 12; Y-Teens 9-12, Treasurer 9; Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 12. MARY SUE WILLIAMSON Sue Willingham-McEvoy Notebook 12; Bonnie Blue Print Staff 12; F.H.A. 12; G.A.A. 11; Supervision Volley- ball, Basketball 10, 11; RamScott Advertising Staff 10. WANDA KAY WINDHAM Kay Classes Editor of RamScott 12; Y-Teen Secretary 11; Y-Teen Inter-Club Council Representative 12; Gym Assistant 10, 11; French Club 11, 12, Secretary 12; Class Softball 9-11; Supervision Softball 9-11; Quill and Scroll 12. JAMES ANTHONY WILKES Tony Beta Club 11, 12, President 12; Rampage Staff 11, News Editor 12; Track Team 9-12, Captain 11; Ram Club 12; Student Council 12; Supervision ») Basketball 9-1 CLIFFORD J. WILSON Sammy Football 9, 10, 11; Track 10, 11; Supervision Bas- ketball 9, 10, 11; Student Council 9; Class Officer 9; Beta Club. MURRAY C. WILLIAMS, JR. Murray Supervision Football 10; Supervision Basketball 10, 11; French Club 11. TRAVIS COLIN WILLIAMS Travis Varsity Football 11, 12; Ram Club 12; Beta Club 12; Business Club 12. RONALD ROY WRIGHT Ronny MICHAEL ALAN YOPP Mike ALLEN McLEOD YOUNG Allen Beta Club 10, 11, 12, Vice-President 12; Band 9-12, Sergeant 10-12; Key Club 12; Science Club 11, 12; Student Council 12; Boys’ State 11; Southern Ac- cents, Show Band 9, 10, 11; Radio Club 11, 12, Secretary 11; Spanish Club 11, 12. SPURGEON EDDIE YOUNGBLOOD Eddie Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Southern Accents 10, 11, 12; Science Club 11, 12; Beta Club 12; Supervision Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12; Ram Senior Bowling Club 10, 11, 12; Willingham Senior High Chorus 10, 11, 12; McEvoy Orchestra 9, 10, 12; Band Sergeant and Section Leader 12. JOHNNY WILLIAM WIRES Johnny Beta Club 11, 12; Science Club 11, 12; Rampage 11, 12; RamScott 12; Ramscript 11, 12; B-Team Basketball; B-Team Baseball; Boys’ State ’6l; Spanish Club. MYRA LYNDA WITT Witt Art Editor of Bonnie Blue Print 12; Art Club 11, 12, Secretary 12; Quill and Scroll 12; French Club 11; Music Club 12; Dramatics Club 12. — : : : P Performing an experiment in Physics class are Wally Baxter, Bobo Olson, and Mike White. Barbara Gardner, Evelyn Toler, Linda Kelley, Loretta Brown, and Dianne Waters are going from the Journalism class to Vocational School for the printing of the newspaper. § Barbara Jackson, Cherie Carmichael, and Phyllis Lord perform a scene from Macbeth for their College English class. Classroom Activities Our activities in the classroom help us in the achieve- ment of our primary objective in school: to prepare our- selves for our future lives by increasing our knowledge. Some of us who are Seniors are at the top of our ladder of ambition; the rest of us are just beginning our climb. Those who are at the top will soon begin our lives in the world; others still have many years of school ahead. Both groups have benefited from hours in the classroom, hours filled with fun and enjoyment as well as with study and work. Mr. Byrd explains how to dia- gram a sentence to Charles Skip- per in a senior English class. Donna Merrill, Linda Proctor, and Jane Brown get practice in transcribing a letter in their senior Shorthand class. Eileen McGahee, Shirley Curtis, Celeste Mackey, and Sandra Cap- shaw demonstrate to their Physics class a successful experiment. Ronnie Ellington and Johnny Higgison practice in their Typ- ing class. Tony Wilkes explains a confus- ing problem to Wally Baxter. Sra 4 al 44-411 i | P.,. |! Indulging in the senior privi- lege of eating in their cars on the campus are Barbara Gardner, Linda Kelley, and Beverly Miller. Sandra Whitfield, Nita Brown, Sue Jones, and Elizabeth John- son measure the ingredients for an experiment in Chemistry. Looking over a book in the Wil- lingham Library is Jimmy Pritchett. To add interest to the class, Beth Lambert, Shirley Watkins, and Linda Witt prepare a bulle- tin board for their French class. Gary Digby and Jimmy Marden are discussing a problem in the diagramming of one of the sen- tences in their English class. Pat Sanderson and Jewel Copeland work on the sub- scription drive for the Bonnie Blue Print, the McEvoy paper. Robert Horton, Pete Harris, Jerry Moris, Dennis Freeman, and Albert Slocum are hard at work translating from English to Spanish in their Spanish class. Juniors Pete Gaines, President Bonnie Thigpin, President Marsha Young, Vice-President Tommy Shaw, Vice-President DIRECTORS Sharon Quinn Elaine Denard Toni Foster Sherry Lindsey Anne Brewer Officers nets Peggy Barry, Treasurer Ronnie Digby, Treasurer Louise Bennett, Secretary Bobby Bryant, Secretary Ernest Adkins Wayne Adkins Paul Alexander Sarah Alligood Ferman Arnold Richard Arnold Wayne Asbell June Austin Ronnie Baggarly Henry Ball Tony Barnes Peggy Barry Angela Bartlet « Wallace Bates Rutledge Beacham Charles Bearden Louise Bennett Patricia Best Raymond Billingsley Pennie Bishop Joyce Bone Steve Borum Anita Bowen Mark Bowen Patti Bowen Wayne Brannon Sue Ellen Brantley Anne Brewer Larry Bridger George Brinkley George Brown . Harold Brown Sandra Brown Bobby Bryant Winston Bryant Phil Bryant Carolyn Buffington Dorothy Bullock Carol Bunch Linda Butler Sue Byars Ed Cain Peggy Campbell Buck Carroll Dean Chapman Linda Cheek John Chiapetta Paula Childre Dianne Childs John Clark Jimmy Clay Jimmy Collins Larry Collins Barbara Conner Faye Conner Brenda Jo Cook Pat Cooley Carolyn Crew Joe Crochet Rangee Cross Patricia Cruz Sandra Culver Freddie Davis Billy Davis Kenny Deen Allen DeLoach Sandra Delvers Elaine Denard Daniel Dewberry Ronnie Digby Ronnie Dix Lynwood Donald Mary Ann Durden Norman Echols Joe Edwards Mary Edwards Earnest Elrod Richard Elrod Glenda Epps Keith Epps Louis Etheredge Sarah Etheridge Marion Ezzell Linda Fain Jane Farr Dean Fellows Carol Ferrell Paula Fields Jackie Flanders Judy Flanders Mary Fleetwood Billy Floyd Edward Foster Patricia Foster Cathelia Fox Jimmy Fox Lynda Fulford Pete Gaines Camille Garrard Howard Gay Patricia Gegogeine Wayne Goad William Gober Johnny Goodin Thelston Goss Kinloch Gottwals « Loretta Graham Carolyn Grantham Milton Gresham James Griswold Tony Gunter David Hagaman David Hall Kenneth Hall Margaret Hall Lynn Halstead Jimmy Hamlin ? Richard Hamlen Aubrey Hammock Danny Hamrick Duane Ha mrick Jerry Hardison Harrison T. Harp Billy Harper Kenneth Harrell Lamar Harris - Larry Harris Gene Hatcher Helen Hayes Bruce Heath Larry Hendricks Warner Hendrix Melinda Herndon Nell Herndon Rebecca Hibner Anne Hightower Jo Anne Hill James Hill Marsha Hinson Melba Hinson Sandra Holmes Gail Holsomback Kay Holt John Hooker Tommy Hooks Margaret Hoole Ann Hooper Sandra Hooper Evette Horne John Horton Judy Horton Johnnie Howell Wayne Hudson Buster Hummel Randy Hyder Byrolene Idom Donny Isreal Sharon Jackson Don Jarriel Linda Jennings Pete Jennings Clinton Johnson Jesse Johnson Ray Ann Johnson Mack Johnston Phydan Johnston Patricia Joiner Charlotte Jones Lurene Jones Lynette Jones Robert C. Jones Ronald Jones Ruby Jones Sharon Jones Tommy Jones Emmett Jordan Kay Jordan Richard Jordan Linda Jump Brenda Kania Ray Kania Dorothy Keels Patsy Keen Ralph Kelly Patricia Kent Burney Keys James Knight Billy Knowles Cheryl Lee Lagowitz Willie Lassetter Len Latimer Ben Layfield Zora Kay Lee Larry Lengel Joanne Leslie Buzzy Leverett Bobbie Lewis Nancy Lewis Jerry Lindsey Nancy Lindsey Sherry Lindsey Thomas Lindsey Theresa Loden Warren Loescher Philip Lord Joann Love Lenora Lovejoy Larry Lovik 4 Phyllis Lyles Darnell McCleave William McElmurry Eugene McGrotha Benita McKinley Gail McKinley Mary Jane McLeod Cherie McPherson Eddy Maddox Thermon Mann Ken Marsh Patti Marshall Verlon Massey Margaret Matthews Shirley Mayne Paul Merritt Anne Mikus Marsha Miller Peggy Miller Carole Minor Geraldine Mitchell Delores Mitchem Harriette Montgomery Gail Montgomery Donna Moore Tack Mote Welda Mullis Edwina Munson Joyce NeSmith Johnny Neves » Ronnie Nobles Janice Norris Shirley O’Brien Harry O’Cain Miriam Odom Philip Odum Helon Olmstead Charles O’Neal Charles Over Ricky Parham Dorothy Parker Gloria Parks Phillip Parrish Claudia Pate Robert Patrick Bill Pearce Mallory Peavy Dennis Peters Richard Pfund - Janice Pierce Wayne Pierce Guynelle Pitts Jerry Pope James Poss Curtis Lawton Price James Price Lewis Prince Kay Probert Mike Purdy Harolyn Purvis Charles Quillian Sharon Quinn Bob Radlein Everett Rawls Eddie Reed Tom Reinertsen David Renfroe Jane Rice Nancy Riezinger Charles Riggins Sherry Riggins Billy Roberson Ruth Robertson Gail Roberts Dennis Roland Sheila Rudman Ellen Russell Patricia Sams Pat Sanders Willis Sanders Sandra Sandiford James Sanford Paul Sark Ginny Sarver Ann Savage Linda Scarborough Pinson Schulman Diane Sellers Danny Selman Tommy Shaw Glenn Sheppard Claire Shines Ruben Shore Mickie Simpson Ben Skipper J. B. Slade Wayne Slaton + Barbara Smalling Wayne Smegal Judy Smith Nell Smith George Snellgrove Sandra Spann Gloria Stehle John Steiber Darrell Stephens Ronnie Stephens Grady Stevens Charles Stokes Pete Stokes Sandra Stubbs Penny Stulz Gary Swearingen Sue Tanner Donna Thames Bonnie Thigpen Frankie Thomas Norman Thomas David Tucker Jewel Tucker Joan Twiggs Harold Tye Carolyn Tyner Margaret Tyson Al Underwood Jeff Wagner Leslie Wasden Herman Waters Tex Watson Tom Weathers Joe Webb Martha Webb Ray Whaley Rosemary Wheeler Bobby White Joan Whittington Ronny Wimberly Sandra Windham Jim Wooten Allen Worley Cheryl Worth Gloria Wright Mike Yacobacci Barbara Young Marsha Young Girls in an American History take notes on what they read. Classroom Activities The members of the junior class have progressed up the ladder of education and are now next to the top. This is your last year to prepare for the great challenge, your senior year. Through work on the Junior-Senior, you are helped to mature into young adults and undertake large responsibilities. Although this is one of your greatest achievements this year, you also have prepared yourselves through studying and learning for your future career. You, the juniors, have developed your per- sonalities through class activities, and have expanded your education through ex- tensive study. In Geometry, Gloria Stehle, Mirium Odum, and Paula Fields work to prove their theorums. Johnny Neeves stops between classes to store some books in his locker. To raise money for the Junior-Senior, Bernice Allen sells Sara Ann Ethridge a pennant while a pleased Jane Farr looks on. Mark Bowen, Tony Barnes and Jeff Wagner are in an English class. Sharon Hart, Chris Davis, and Pat Dugger study in General Business. Soph omores Elaine Carr, Secretary Donald Floyd, Secretary Charles Fiveash, Treasurer Wasteen Meeks, Treasurer Officers Ricky Payne, Vice-President Jane Windham, Vice-President Evelyn Strickland, President Ralph Pulliam, President DIRECTORS Nancy Smith Gayle Bennett Sue Boyles Beverly Jenkins Sharon Hewell Archie Adams Candy Adams Gary Adams Carolyn Allen Harry Amerson David Anderson Sharon Arnold Shirley Arrington Linda Ashley Charlie Avera Joy Avera Raymond Baggarly Pat Barfield Judy Barlow Gerald Barron Robert Baskette Dona Bateman Patricia Bateman Harriet Baughcum Jean Baxter Grady Beasley Brenda Beck Clarke Belger Rheba Bell Mike Bellury Martha Benner Gayle Bennett Jimmy Bennett Robert Benson Charlene Bevins LaVane Blair Oliver Bliss Marsha Bolton Johnny Borders Lucious Bowen Sue Boyles Sharon Brantley Garrie Brewer Thomas Bridger Sy ly ia Brooks Charles Brown Etta Lee Brown Gale Brown Gloria Brown Carol Ann Bryan Harold Bryan Denton Bryant Glenda Carol Bryant Truiet Buffington Larry Burdge Bill Burnett Carolyn Butler Pudge Butler Patricia Butler Carolyn Byrd Frank Byrd Brenda Caldwell Paulette Calloway Sue Cameron Patricia Camp Billy Campbell Juanita Canady Esta Capps Elaine Catherine Carr Evelyn Carr Marian Elaine Carr Diane Carter Bennett Chapman Elbert Chute Patty Claney Angela Clark Eddy Coleman Peggy Collins Terry Colson Virgil Cooper Mack Coppack Barbara Cowart Carolyn Cowart Robert Cripe Kaye Cromer Dennis Crowell Ann Cryer Tommy Darity Glenda Darley Chris Davis Johnnie Davis Larry Davis Bettye Sue Dawson Danny Day Dwain Deal Stanley DeBarry Linda DeFore William DeLoach Cheryl Dent Pam Dodd Sandra Dodson Cynthia Dominy Guerry Doolittle Sandra Dowdy Jimmy Drawhorne Pat Dugger Darlene Durden Lewis Durden Richard Durden Kenny Edney Dianne Edwards Jim Eisman Lincoln Patrick Elam Eddie Elliott Brenda Epps Mary Jane Epps Donna Evancie Connie Evans Floyd Evans Connie Ewing Gayle Fields Ann Marie Fiveash Charles Fiveash Linda Fiveash David Flansbaum Billy Floyd Donald Floyd Michael Ford Richard Fowlkes Charles Fritz Billy Fuller Willis Furney Ronnie Garner Linda Garret Walter Garrett Wanda Garrett Judy Gay Kenneth Gay Brenda George William Gilder John Ginn Cheryl Godwin Barbara Goldstein Emmett Goodman Barbara Gorman Tommy Goss Grady Goings ¢ Jimmy Graham Ron Graybeal James Greene Carol Gresham Donny Griffin Sandra Griffin Irwin Hadaway Jackie Hall Linda Hall Roslyn Hall Val Hallman Andrea Hammond Nan Hammond Louise Hardin Brenda Hardy Billy Hare Blanie Harper Kay Harrington Tommy Harris Richard Harrison Sharon Hart Forrest Hartley Gail Hartley Annette Haskins Kay Hatcher Thurman Hathaway Donna Hattaway Ashley Hawkins Douglas Hayes Stevie Hayes Judy Head Don Helton Ray Hendrix Patricia Herring Sheila Herring Bill Hester Sue Hester Sharon Hewell Nancy Hicks David Hilderbrand Fred Hill Sally Hollomon Paula Holston Cheryl Hopkins Patsy Horne Billy Horton Elaine Howard Larry Howard Oney Hudson Royce Hudson Linda Hurley Lynn Hurley « Ronald Hutcheson Carol Irby Frank Irby Sue Irby Joyce Ivey Carolyn Jackson Jimmy Jackson Leon Jackson Robert Jackson Kathleen James Beverly Jenkins Gail Joiner Kitty Joiner Tommy Joiner Barbara Jones Jane Jordan Anna Jordan Carol Jordan Lou-jean Joy Donna Juneau Rex Kaney Toni Kania Pat Kell Larry Keys Kemp King Joy Kitchens Wayne Kitchens Bonnie Krewson Bricey Lamb Jimmy Lambert Jane Lavender Joan Lavender Richard Layton Lorraine Lewis Diane Lindsey Duke Lindsey Emily Loden Barbara Lord Terry Lord Barbara McBride Sandra McCrane Richard McCullough Joe McDaniel Patsy McDaniel Judy McElmurray Jimmy McGahee Gary McKinney Sandra McLean Carlie McNeil Paula McPherson Barbara Martin Phyllis Martin Randall Mason Wesley Mason Nancy Mayne Jackie Meeks Sandra Meeks Wastene Meeks Ann Mercier Pat Merritt Raymond Metts Terry Miller Rocky Mills Linda Mimbs Fred Minor Janice Minshew Jerry Minton William Mitchell Lynn Molton Donna Sue Mondy Clint Montgomery Betty Moore Billy Moore Charlotte Moore Joyce Moore Judy Moore Phillip Moore Ronnie Moore ° Patricia Moulton William Moulton Earlynn Moxley J. L. Moxley e Dianne Nelms Patricia Newton Elizabeth Nobles Shelvy Oakley Jerry O'Hanlon ° Lee Oliver Robert O’Reilly Pat Pape Carson Parker Eddie Parker Peggy Parker Janice Parks Gayla Parrish Carol Patrick Ricky Payne Charles Peacock James Peacock James Pelt Anne Perry Virg inia Phillips Adecia Pierce Reggie Pilcher Julia Pouncy Joan Powell James Priestly Pat Prince Carl Puckett Ralph Pulliam Wallace Purser Betty Pyle Doug Raleigh Sharyn Reed Brenda Renteria Joyce Repella Caroline Reynolds Eleanor Rhodes Judy Richett Wayne Rigby Judy Roberson Marvin Roberts Buddy Robitzsch Alan Rogers Ray Roland Charles Ross James Sanderlin Yvonne Sanderlin Gayle Sanders Grace Sanders Johnny Sanders Janice Sapp Robert Scarborough Audie Schwegman Johnny Scoggins Ronnie Scott Jimmy Scroggins Carolyn Sealy Pat Sealy Philip Self Trudy Shearon Kirby Sheehan David Sheffield Mack Sheffield Robert Sherman James Sherwood Lamar Shipman ° Dianne Shipp Runell Short Buford Shurling » Sharon Simpson Veronica Simpson Elaine Slappey Billy Smallwood Gary Smith Lawanna Smith Nancy Smith Ricky Spires Trudy Starr Betty Stewart Billy Stewart Larry Stinson Mike Stokes Terry Stokes Ann Stone Andy Stovall Marcus Stovall Evelyn Strickland Ronnie Stulz Bobby Sykes Billy Taylor Janis Taylor Linda Taylor Jim Thigpen Earline Thomas Kenny Thomas Wayne Thomas Sue Tidwell Jerry Toler Pitts Tootle Dwight Tyler Lana Tyre Jeff Underwood Mary Jane Upchurch Lavon Uptagrafft Richard Ussery Joe Vandiver James Vaughn « James Wade Karen Wade Candy Wagner Judy Waits Curtis Walker Gary Walker Patsy Warren Meschal Wasden Shelia Waters Sylvia Waters Katherine Watkins Gene Watson ° Bonnie Whaley Pam Whittington Anne Wilder Ronnie Williams Jane Windham Allen Wood James Yaughn Floyd Evans and Charles Fiveash work in the library. Classroom Activities The mid-point of our high school education is filled with the many activities of each class. This mid-point is important to the Sophomore class in that it builds upon the character of the individual. We learn how life functions through our studies in biology; through foreign languages and social studies we gain a knowledge of people of today and yesterday; we prepare for our future occupation through general business; and through physical education and inter-supervision sports we learn the competitive urges of life. Mary Jane Epps and Barbara Lord use the chalk board in Algebra 10, Shirley Arrington, Sally Hollomon, Har- riet Arrowood Mercedes Neves, Glenda Bryant, and Barbara Goldstein study insects in Biology 10. Studying is important to these boys tak- ing Drivers’ Education. Joe McDaniel performs in his Physical Education class. Emily Loden, Runell Short, Mrs. Berlin, and Charlotte Moore discuss a point on the map in a Geography class. Freshmen Officers DIRECTORS Cheryl Arrington Kay Sellars DeLinda Tomberlin Janet Kull Veronica Fox Sue Hallman, President; Brenda Smith, Vice-President; SheilaPayne, Treasurer; Mildred Leaptrot, Secretary Fronzie Acres Connie Adkins Sheryl Adkins Phyllis Alexander Jerrie Alfirov Jimmy Allen Vance Arnold Sobby Arrington Christine Arrington Harriet Arrowood Tom Arrowood Robert Ashe Buddy Autry Hugh Avera Loyce Avera Tommy Baggett Bob Bailey Virginia Bailey Willie Baker Sandra Baldwin Marcia Barnes Donnie Barron Sherry Bartlett Mike Bassett Paul Bateman Ronnie Bateman Barbara Bates Cherry Batts Bobbie Jean Batts Hank Baxter Sue Baxter Judith Beale Jimmy Bean Bobby Bearden Gene Beasley Marshall Beasley Joyce Bedgood Joe Bell " Barbara Bellflower Thomas Bembry Donna Branton Charles Bray Steve Brines Elaine Brooks Bryan Brotherton Al Brown Carolyn Brown Charles Brown + Charlotte Brown Claudie Brown Dennis Brown Ronga Brown Dennis Bryant Irene Bryant Macky Bryant Pat Bryant Larry Burdett! Patsy Burgamy Brenda Burns Jack Bushee Janis Bennett Douglas Benton Mary Anna Bickle David Blair Glenn Blair Embry Bledsoe Larry Bledsoe Pat Blessett Michael Blizzard Larry Boatright Barbara Booker Beverly Bostick Helen Bostick Harry Bowen Pam Bowen Ronnie Bradley Ronnie Bradshaw Donald Branan Patsy Brandon Dolores Brantley Bill Butler Henry Butts Harry Cain Paul Caldwell Elizabeth Cameron Jack Cameron Ellen Canady Ronnie Cannon Faye Carr Roger Carr Dean Carroll Orrin Carstaphen Sherry Carver Marlene Cauley Marvin Cauley Kip Causey Janice Champagne Charles Chandler « Paula Cherry Linda Childre Donald Childs Ann Chisolm Diane Chitty Gina Choff Darlene Cliett Billie Jean Clower Barbara Cole Donnie Coleman « Mike Collins Ronnie Collins Sandra Colter Starlette Colter Alice Conner Cheryl Cook Tommy Cook Ann Cooper Donna Copeland Joan Copeland Albert Gopp Yvonne Corbin Brenda Douglas Dennis Dove ° Elizabeth DuBose Tommy DuBose Phillip Dunn Larry Durden Stella Dyche Richard Echols Brenda Edwards Jane Edwards Paul Edwards Virginia Edwards Sheryl Eisman Wade Elliott David Ellis Norma English Connie Ennis Gayle Epps Harold Etheridge Pamela Etheridge 3arbara Cosenzo Joe Coulter Ricky Crochet Vivian Cromer Danny Crowe Susan Cummings Rex Dagley Margaret Danahy Glenda Daniel Vicki Daniel Rita Daniels Darryl Daugherty Kitty Davey Alan Davis Ronnie Davis Judy Dean Jinx Delvers Fred Dickson Angelin Dominy Ricky Dorman Cleo Ethier Mark Ethier Jimmy Ethridge Douglas Eubank Larry Evans Wanda Ezell Jimmy Ezzell Mary Faircloth Sharon Fann Mike Fields Raymond Fiveash Danny Flanders Michael Flanders Rusty Ford Scott Fowler Veronica Fox Bobby Frederick ’ Silva Fuerniss Norma Jean Fuller Peggy Fuller Larry Garrett Pat Garrison Mary Jane Gegogeine Carlton George ” Barbara Germany Carole Gibson Richard Gilleland Wayne Gillis Ronald Gladin Tresser Gladin Inez Goddard Fred Godfrey Linda Goldsby Glenn Goodman Garey Graham Shery! Grant Sydena Gray Norma Jean Graybeal Joe Green ¢ Patsy Green Lynda Hardy Mike Harper © Linda Harris Steve Harrison Lynn Harwell Harvey Haskins Charles Haun Greg Helmuth Janice Henderson Tommy Hendrick Billie Jo Hewell Jimmy Hightower Leadford Hill Johnny Hinesley + Roger Hobbs Ann Hodges Johnny Holland ¢ Sandra Holland Frankie Hollingsworth o Lynn Holmes Dianne Greene Paul Greene Barbara Griffin Diane Griffin Ann Griffith Robert Griggers Glen Grisham Pegey Guin Stanley Gunter Bobby Haggard Milton Hale Brenda Hall Diana Hall Evelyn Hall Lawrence Hall Russell Hall Deborah Hallifield Sue Hallman Cheryl Hamlin Ray Hamlin Bonnie Horne Ray Horne Linda Horner Ann Horton Larry Houston Billy Howard Donald Howard Roger Hudson Steve Hudson Toni Hudson Ray Huff Patsy Hughes Terrie Hughes Johnny Hulett Wanda Hulett Brenda Hunnicutt Juddy Hunt Kenneth Hunt Sandy Hyder Billie Ann Irvin Connie Jackson Terry Jackson Bob Jaglowicz - Gwen James Rosemary Jarrett Ruth Jenkins Elizabeth Johnson Jackie Edwin Johnson Jean Johnson Linda Johnson Nancy Johnson Pam Johnson Steve Johnson Stephen Johnson Sue Fran Johnson Carolyn Jones Jimmy Jones Kenneth Jones ¢ Louis Jones ‘ Richard Jones Gary Lawson Mildred Leaptrot Billy Lee Sharon Lee Joy Leonard Marty Leverett Lejune Lewis Wanda Lewis Elaine Livingston Mickey Loper Coleman Lovejoy Harry Lucas Mike Luzier ’ Beverly McBride Judy McBryant Frances McCommon Judith McConnell Earline McGee Rebecca McGlohorn Joe McGrotha Roy Jones Vicki Jones Brenda Jordan Donna Justus Nancy Kakalecik Terry Kanazawa Worley Kellum Sandy Kelly Danny Kennedy Lamar Kinard Reba Kitchens Patsy Knight Prentice Knight Janet Kull Carey LaF avor Ronnie Lambert Donald Lance Vivian Land Jean Lavender Alice Lawrence t Janet Madden Dickie Maddox Clyde Manders Gwen Manning Frankie Marocco Harry Marshall Dianne Martin Warren Martin Janis Mason Patsy Mason Tommy Mason ° Diane Maye Ernie Meadows Sandra Meek Lin Merchant Vicki Middlebrooks Tim Miley Eddie Miller Marty Miller Peggy Miller Sue Mitchell Jane Molton Gayla Moncrief Steve Montgomery Judy Monthie Bobby Moore Charles Moore Danny Moore Kenneth Moore Terry Moore Kenneth Mosely Darrell Moye Chipper Murphy - Myra Mullis Luretta NeSmith Rachael NeSmith Shirley NeSmith Mercedes Neves Patricia Newbern Billy Newby yr Bonnie Ozburn Tony Paez Don Palchak AN oy Tommy Parker rey k Victoria Parkhurst re fies i hie Mike Parmelle Cynthis Parrish Doug Patterson Sheila Payne Rosemary Pearce Jerry Peavy Patsy Peavy Linda Petty Margaret Phillips 5 I Tim Philpot I Donna Picklesimer Corethea Pierce Elaine Pilcher Hazel Pittman Sandra Pittman Huann Polivick J.C. Poole Cheryl Pope Dorothy Powell Glenda Powell John Powell Sue Powell Margaret Price Rodney Pridgeon Betty Proctor Patti Prunty Claud Pulliam Dorothy Quattlebaum Kenny Railey Wonar Ree Ranow Katherine Redfearn Linda Sue Reed Larry Rich s Joanne Riddlemoser Phyllis Ridley Larry Riggins Linda Riggs Jean Roberson Mary Robinson Pauline Robinson David Rodgers Clarence Rogers Elvis Roquemore Wade Rountree Richard Rowell Janice Ryan Shirley Ryder Vernon Ryle Stanley Sams Jimmy Sandiford Dianne Sanford Jimmy Sapp Carl Sark Elaine Savage Linda Savage o Mickey Scandlyn Verna Schultz Margaret Scott Martha Scott Mavis Scott David Seagraves Curlee Self Patricia Self Kay Sellars Sandra Sellars Lex Sellers Randy Shannon Vie Shaw Jeanette Shepard Allen Sheppard Joe Sherwood Ronnie Shiver Gloria Shores Dorothy Short Jean Shouse Carlton Spence Elaine Spillers Patsy Spires Judy Sprinkle Loretta Stanfield Steve Stavely Delores Stephens Judy Stevens Mangham Stevenson ’ Fred Stinson Harvis Stokes ¢ Sandra Stutts Barbara Suddeth Carl Summers Frank Sutton Roy Swain Judy Swann Faye Sweat Joanne Tamplin Jean Tappen « . Sgt ry Par} ghd oe thet . Don Shreve Charles Shupe Carolyn Shurling Darlene Sirmans Lavonia Smallwood Brenda Smith Candy Smith Ernest Smith Harold Smith Jerry Smith Jimmy Smith « Judy Smith Judye Smith Larry Smith Mike Smith Ronnie Smith Roy Smith Tommy Smith Victor Smith Linda Spann Judy Thames Patsy Thaxton William Thigpen Jean Thomas Melissa Thomas Gloria Thompson Jerry Thompson ¢ Peggy Thompson Sandra Tillman Carolyn Todd Delinda Tomberlin Johnny Touhy Andy Trimble Ralph True Pat Tucker Grady Tye Melvin Usery Robert Van Buren Tommy Van Patton Linda Vaughn Linda Venable Wanda Vickers Sue Ellen Voellinger Donna Walker La Don Walker Mary Ann Walker Bonnie Ward Rebecca Watkins Curtis Watson Larry Wesson Jean West Suzanne West Richard Whitfield Tommy Wichman Merry Lois Wilburn Curtis Wilder 7 Gary Wilder Benny Williams Carolyn Williams Carolyn L. Williams Anne Wrye Christine Yates Coe Yates Claude Yearwood Charlie Zwally Mike Bassett reads for his English class. Carolyn Marie Williams Doni Williams Emily Williams Jackie Williams Paul Williams Mickey Willis Billy Wilson Brenda Wilson Holmes Wilson Hiram Windham Patsy Winslette Gloria Witherington James Wolff Billy Wood Tommy Wood ° Len Woodard Lawrence Wright ° Linda Wright Linda Faye Wright Lynda Wright Classroom Activities This important year of preparation for furthering our education is the freshman year. We have adjusted to high school life and have settled down to the work we must do in order to complete our education. Our choice of subjects has given us a foundation for the life we will lead after graduation. This year will set the pattern for our studies for our remaining high school years. Dorothy Short and Peggy Fuller show their English class posters they have prepared. Mark Ethier analyzes a problem in Algebra. Mrs. Taylor lectures to a class in World History. Sandra Colter, Brenda Hall, and Delin- da Tomberlin prepare a bulletin board for their Science classroom. Boys in a Science class pay close at- tention as their teacher points out something of interest to them. Boyce Abernathy Cary Adams Jerry Adams Larry Adams Randy Ainsworth David Algea Ralph Alligood Charles Almond Betty Sue Amerson Bonnie Amos Edward Amos Joel Archer Sandy Archibald Wayne Ard Nesbit Armour Cary Arnold Earl Arnold Youmans Arrington George Asbell Danny Ashley Ted Aucoin James Avera Pat Avera Wanda Ann Avera Ronny Ayers ¢« Jo Baggs Jerry Bagley Brenda Bailey Danny Baker Danny Bales George Balkcom Kay Barker Butch Barlow Sandra Barrentino Betty Sue Barton Kay Baskette Pat Bass Billy Batchelor Larry Bateman Jackie Batts Frank Boatright Carole Bobb Larry Bolders Billy Boney Ray Bonner Bivi Boothe Junior Bostick Millicent Bounds Mickey Boutwell Larry Bowen Margarette Bowen Martha Bracewell Dianne Bradley Ovida Branan Edwin Brannon Mirriel Ann Brantley Candy Brewer Tim Brines Elizabeth Britt John Brogden Sandra Carol Baxley Sue Baxter Steve Beck Priscilla Belger Reta Bell Shirley Bell Tim Bellury Mary Jean Bembry Bobby Bennett Penny Bennett Devereau Bieber David Bilderback Jaunita Black Heidi Blackwell Pam Blair Darnell Blake Dawn Blalock David Bledsoe Ric hard Bledsoe Don Blount Cassey Brooks Archie Brown Barbara Brown Harvey Brown Jack Brown Jeanette Brown Karen Brown Keith Brown Russell Brown Susan Brown Patricia Anne Bruce Alan Bryan Cecelia Bryant Johnnie Faye Bryant Sonny Bryant Charles Buffington Joyce Burdge Wayne Burgess Danny Busbee Cheryl Butts Wayne Byrd Betty Calhoun Patsy Cantey Jack Cantrell Gail Carden Donna Carpenter Carolyn Carr James Carr Milton Carr Ronnie Carrol Linda Carter Nancy Cason Junior Cate Brenda Causey Gay Chafin Glenda Faye Chafin Brenda Challis Glenda Chambers Vicki Jo Chapman Glynn Chruchwell Mark Coppack Danny Couch Robert Courtney Relda Cox Don Cranford Mary Ann Cranford Judy Crawley Randy Crowe Wayne Crumbley Linda Crump Rita Crutchfield Dean Daniell Cynthia Darity Linda Darnell Dane Daugherty Jimmy Davidson Allene Davis Marvin Davis Starr Davis Tommy Davis Vernon Chute Randy Clements Stanley Clifford Mike Clinard Rita Clower Candice Cobb Arlie Collins Carolyn Collins Douglas Collins Edith Collins James Collins Buford Colvin Sylvia Colvin Gene Cook e Gene Cook Norma Jean Cook Connie Cooper Diane Cooper Kay Cooper Tommy Cooper Gary Dean Gordon Dechman Dianne Deese James Defoe Jimmie DeLoach Jera Kay Denham Rena Dent Janice Dill Diane Dix Sherry Lynn Dixon Sherril Dodd Gregory Dominy Reggie Dominy Ronnie Dopson Jane Dowdy Diane Driggars Ronnie Dulong Billy Durden Jerry Edge Linda Edwards Mary Edwards Ronnie Elliott Randolyn Ellis Shirley Ellis Bobby Elsasser Danny Ely Tommy English Patsy Ennis Jack Evans Judy Evans Jane Fitzmaurice Bobby Flanc¢ers Beth Floyd Jerry Floyd Wayne Folds Nora Mae Forth James Foster Linda Foster Jack Freeman James Fuller Mary Beth Greene Theresa Greer Bobby Griffin Mickey Griffin Mike Griffin Butch Gunnells Ronnie Guyton Allen Haddock Gail Hall Danny Halls Echo Halstead LaVerne Hamlin Wayne Hamlin James Hamm Wayne Hammock Ann Hampton Donnie Hamrick Vivian Hancock Nancy Hane Mike Hardison Janice Fulwood Victor Funck Patti Funderburke Rose Gall Joyce Garrett Gina Garrison Clair Gaultney Terrell Gay Patricia Gewtry Dean Gibson Phillis Gilley Bobby Gilmore Johnny Goad Beth Bodbee Johnny Goddard Ronnie Goodwin Wayne Grace James Grantham Jonnie Gray Jo Anne Gray Jerry Hardy Al Harper Roy Harper Ashley Harrington Bobby Harris Patsy Harris Robbye Harris Irene Harrison Jewell Hart Jane Clara Hatcher Linda Hawkins Karen Hayes Mona Hayes Ruthie Hayes John Head William Heard Dianne Heath Thomas Heath Sharon Hemphill Brad Hende rson Linda Hendricks Janey Henry Katherine Hester Iris Hill Selyn Hill Tommy Hinson Larry Hobbs Nancy Hobbs Freddy Holland Georgia Holland James Holland Dorothy Holloman Ann Holmes Benny Holt Janet Holt Brenda Horne Cheryl Horne Thelma Horton Janane Howard Ronnie Howard Martha Jansen Jan Jarrell Gary Jenkins Laddie Jennings Betty Johnson Carl Johnson Charles Johnson Janet Johnson Jimmy Johnson Kenneth Johnson Linda Johnson Lindsey Johnson Sandra Gail Johnson Sandra Lynn Johnson Steve Joiner Diane Jones Donald Jones Lindy Jones Wayne Jones Dorothy Jordan Stephen Howard Beverly Howell Russell Howell Linda Hudman Leon Hudson Steve Huff Jerry Hulett Jackie Hunnicutt Marsha Hunt Ronnie Hurst Gary Hutcheson Sheryl Hutcheson Ann Ingram Carol Irby Aurye Jackson Dianne Jackson Phyllis Jackson Ronnie Jackson Rudy Jacobs Mike Jaglowiz Ellene Jordan Terry Jordan Johnny Joyner Diane Jump Dreama Lee Karnes Stanley Kelly Tidwell Kelsey Rebecca Kent Harrold Kimball Johnny King Robert King Linda Kitchens Charles Knight Mary Knowles Hugh Laing Prentice Lamb Gary Lance Ronald Lance Terry Lance Linda Land Teresa Landino Jimmy Landrum George Langford Jerry Langford Warren Langford Julian Lashley Terry Lawson Gail Layson Tina Leonard Corinne Leverette Jim Lewis Wandall Lewis Anthony Lindsey Ronnie Lindsey Larry Livingston Terry Locapo Diane Long Nita Lovejoy Kenneth Lucas Frank Lumbey Vickie Mallard Marvin Mangrum Edward Manson Larry Marshall Shirley Marshall Bobby Martin Robert Martin Sandra Martin Tommy Mask Toni Mask Steve Mason Charles Massey Fred Matheny Larry Mathews Charles Mauldin Ronnie Maxwell Edna Mayfield Donnie Meeks Gloria Meeks Dawson Melton Reta McAbee Kenneth McBride Susan McBride Robert McCollum Evelyn McCommon Anne McCook Carl McCullough Susan McDaniel Linda McDonald Sammy McElhenney Gordan McElmurray Glynda McGlamory ggy McInvale Teresa McKinney Rosby McKenzie Frieda McLarty Dorothy McMillan Mike McMillan Michael MacEwen Robert Maddox James Mercer Keith Meredith Ralph Merritt Rebecca Merritt Woody Mewborn Betty Miles Barry Milton Wanda Mims Alec la Mince hew Larry Miskimen Donna Mitchem Angelyn Mock Ceorge Moore Jerry Moore Reggy Moore Jody Moorman Jackie Morgan Sandra Morgan Tommy Morris Harold Mosely Marjorie Mosely Nancy Mossbargar Marvin Mott Muriel Moulton Lynn Moye Jordan Mulling Baynard Mullis Carol Mullis Gary Mullis Linda Musgrove Sidney Myers Ronnie Napier « Ann Nelson Fred Newberry John Newton Linda Nixon Linda Nobles Ricky Nobles Betty Norris Harlon Payne Theresa Pearce Ronnie Pelt Sandra Pelt Buddy Perryman Sue Peterson Janet Pfund Sharon Phagan Dale Pike Bill Pilcher Tommy Pilcher Marian Piper Donald Pitts Janice Pitts Patty Poole Sharon Poole Larry Pope Melba Pope Tommy Porter David Potts Francis Nowell Carol Oakley Linda O’Barr Jayne Ogburn Linda O’Hanlon Thomas Oliver Carolyn Overby Jim Overby Sara Padgett Patricia Pafford Evelyn Parden Edgar Parent Martin Parham Catherine Parker Darrell Parker Leonard Parks Pearl Parks Judy Parrott Jack Patterson Cynthia Payne Ed Poulnott Linda Powell Rickey Powers Greg Presley Jo Anne Price Joel Pric e Linda Price Patricia Price Kenneth Prichett Joe Prince Clayton Pruett Monteen Purser Danny Purvis Sharon Quinn Linda Ra kley Patricia Ragan Sue Raines Linda Ray Sherry Reed Wayne Register Ronnie Reid Mary Jane Retherford Larry Reynolds Dottie Rhodes Linda Ricks Tommy Ridley Linda Roberson Evelyn Roberts George Roberts Linda Robertson Nancy Robinson Billie Ann Rogers Bob Rogers Danny Rogers Harold Rogers Helen Roland Kay Roland Vivian Roland Warren Roland Janis Rosson Larry Rush Leslie Russell Linda Russell Sheila Ryon Mike Sanders Mary Lou Sauls Christine Savage Martha Savage Nancy Collie Savage Nancy Hellen Savage Jerry Saye Ronnie Scandlyn Russell Scanlan Rose Scarborough Brenda Scoggins Paul Scott Rosemary Scott Mike Scroggins Avlene Self Susan Sellers Frances Shelton Charles Shepard Carl Sheppard Freda Shines Bobby Shore Sylvia Shore Michael Shrimshire Shirley Slade Mary Lou Slocumb Cheryl Smith Danny Smith Donna Smith Larry Smith Maxine Smith Michael Smith Mike Smith Sheryl Smith Jerry Spillers Ricky Spires Wayne Spires Ray Spivey Connell Stafford Richard Stafford Laverne Stallings Sandra Stanfield Linda Stanford Donnie Staples Jerrye St. Clair Lee Stephenson Jennie Stevens Larry Stevens Earnest Stewart Jerry Stewart Johnny Stewart Don Stickney Lynn Stickney Mary Stieber Jean Still Shirley Still Brenda Stokes Lee Stokes Linda Stokes Allan Stott Bob Stovall Danny Strickland Judy Strickland Howard Stringfellow Roy Swain Sandra Swymer Jack Tamplin Gail Tapley Pam Taylor Richard Taylor Sharon Taylor Patricia TeSelle Ray Tharpe Debbie Thigpen Johnny Thigpen Lamar Thomas Jo Ann Thomason Janet Walker Larry Walker Brenda Ward Elaine Ward Jerry Ward Linda Warrell Sharon Wasden James Webb Jerry Webb Larry Wells Vernon Weslot Richard West Roy West Reginald Wheeler Terry Wheeler Glenn White Larry White Walter Whitehurst Cherri Jean Whiting Linda Whitley ’ Irene Thomaston Larry Thompson Lynn Thompson Tommy Toler Phyllis Townsend Janis Trimble Angleia Tucker Rosemary Turner Henry Tye Karen Tyler Rachel Upchurch Wayne Urch Sue Ussery Peggy Van Patton Steve Vancise Angela Visage Kay Voellinger Ann Walker Debbie Walker Frankie Whitney James Wilburn David Wilcox Diane Wilder Bill Williams Brenda Williams Danny Williams Henry Williams Jerry Williams John Williams Shirley Williams Stebe Williams Eldrid Williamson Stanley Willingham Darron Wilson Linda Wilson Monty Wilson Peggy Wilson Shelia Wilson Beverly Witherington Pamela Witherington Charles Wood Jewell Wood Natalie Wood Sudie Woody Buddy Worth Ed Worth Tony Yacobacci Randy Yaughn Ronnie Yopp Darrell Young Mary Ann Young Joe Yuzamas Jimmie Zually Classroom Activities From our basic ideas of education our minds have developed to enclose the ad- vanced subjects of our sub-freshman year. We have now become accustomed to the organization of high school and have enlarged our circle of friends through the many activities of the classroom and membership in clubs. We are developing in- dividualism, becoming ourselves instead of merely members of a group. We are now getting ready to enter the world as young adults, living as the right kind of Ameri- cans. Carol Oakley and Sandra Martin dis- cuss the weather in their Science class. In his Science class, Gary Arnold is learning of the varied systems the body contains. Ray Hamlin and Darrell Young learn to use a protractor in Math. In their Math class, work at the board benefits Linda Hawkins, Sandra Mor- gan, Ouida Brannan, and Angela Vis- age. In Mrs. Miller’s Homemaking class, Linda Kitchens discusses the Christmas decoration she has made. 134 Organizations “Fe POT “ a. a ee Through our work and fellowship in school organizations and clubs, we - build our personalities, characters, and educations. As members of honor so- cieties, we have our outstanding achievements recognized. Service clubs strive to promote the welfare of our school and community, so that we might better our relations with the people around us. Through membership in sports clubs, we learn to better our- selves in physical education. Musical ability is brought forth in the musical organizations. One of the most import- ant organizations is the student govern- ment body, teaching us the democratic principles and way of life. As our active participation in the classroom aids us to grow in scholarship, so our active parti- cipation in organizations aids us to grow in the ability to work and to get along with people. 135 i INVITATION f . — ae ROW 1: Gail McKinley, Jean Tidwell, Delores il Stephens,. Carolyn Shepherd; ROW 2: Beverly oe oe Miller, Gloria Jean Bryant : McEvoy Student Council ROW 1: Barbara Jackson, Susan Amsbaugh, Miriam McGee; ROW 2: Mildred Leaptrot, Sheila Payne, Corliss Martin {(0 SS) (EY ROW 1: Curtis Chapman, Larry Lovick, Eddie Tucker, Terry Gibson, Albert Slocum, Dennis Freeman, Joe Dickens, Bobby Jackson, Wallace Bates, Duke Lindsey; ROW 2: Ray Kania, Roscoe Cross, Clyde Olson, Mike White, Jimmy Hammond, Pitts Tootle, Tommy West; ROW 3: Charles Skipper, Allen Young, Tom Carr, Tony Wilkes, Jimmy Mitchem, Randy Wheeler, Pete Gaines, Dickie Crosby, Billy Raffield Willingham Student Council Chipper Murphy, Secretary, Thomas Mason, Macky Bryant, Dickey Maddox, Miss Thacker; Larry Brown, President, Jerry Leverette, Dwight Payne, Doug Boyd, Mr. Otho Pirkle ROW 1: Larry Powell, Joe David Potts, Jerry Spillers, Buddy Worth; ROW 2: Terry Lance, Carey Adams, Julian David Nowell, Larry Bowen, Tommy Hinson; ROW 3: Dennis Brown, Jimmy Smith, Rosby McKenzie, James Burdett, Ralph Alligood; ROW 4: Miss Sandra Thacker, Ronnie Bateman, Wayne Byrd, Raymond Bateman, Roy Smith, Michael Collins rteis Py : InviraTion = T0 LEARAINE FIRST ROW: Jan Thompson, Reba Causey, Anita Brown, Lo- retta. Brown, Sara Ann Brooks, Linda Belflower, Jewel Cope- land; SECOND ROW: Martha Tomberlin, Barbara Gardner, Evelyn Toler, Treena Peterman, Mary Ann Burke, Celeste Mack- ey, Darla Hatcher, Bonnie Man- ning, Beth Lambert, Jane Herin, Jean Moore, Barbara Jackson; THIRD ROW: Sue Jones, Donna Merrill, Eileen Sweeney, Pat Sanderson, Jean Tidwell, Bever- ly Miller, Sandra Watts, Jean Higgins, Miriam McGee, Gail Carey, Donna Sanders, Miriam Meredith, Arlene Dowd, Jo Mur- phy; FOURTH ROW: Gloria Challis, Judy Ezell, Linda Kelley, Elizabeth Johnson, Lana Lay- field. Mckvoy Beta Club FIRST ROW: Peggy Barry, Linda Strickland, Treas.; Jane Brown, Secretary; Barbara Thigpin, Pres.; Gloria Jean Bryant, Sgt.-at- Arms; Corliss Martin, Vice-Pres.; Patricia Joiner; SECOND ROW: Harolyn Purvis, Melinda Herndon, Sharon Quinn, Elaine Denard, Marsha Young, Ann Brewer, Carolyn Crew, Janice Norris, Brenda Kania, Ray Ann Johnson, Kay Holt; THIRD ROW: Sandra Holmes, Shirley O’Brien, Gail Holsomback, Donna Thames, Dean Chapman, Rosemary Wheeler, Angela Bartlett, Jo Ann Hill, Bonnie Thigpin. ROW 1: Howard Gay, Ronnie Digby, Wallace Bates, Tony Gun- ner, Steve Borum; ROW 2: Gary Swearinger, Rutledge Beacham, Joe Crochet, Kenneth Harrell, Jimmy Fox; ROW 3: Pete Gaines, Johnny Goodin, Henry Ball, Lamar Harris, Johnny Neives Willingham Beta Club ROW 1: Billy Raffield, Tom Carr, Charles O’Brian, Dennis Freeman, Albert Slocum, Jerry Morris, Robert Horton; ROW 2: Lanson Durden, Charles Gottwals, Anthony Wilkes, Jerry Leverette, Jimmy Epps, Gary Digby, Terry Gibson, James Hutto; ROW 3: David Deck, Mayard Thames, Cliff Hardy, Travis Williams, Joe Toler, Allen Young, Curtis Chapman; ROW 4: David Graves, Clyde Olson, Johnny Wires, Mike White, Jimmy Mitchem, Jimmy Harris FIRST ROW: Yvonne Sanderlin, Sgt-at-Arms; Claudia Pate, Parliamentarian; Guynelle Pitts, Vice- President; Faye Moore, President; Jeanie Joiner, Historian; Sharon Jackson, Treasurer; Linda Hurley; SECOND ROW: Patricia Griffith, Brenda Epps, Janet Miller, Secretary; Carol Bunch, Pat Kent FIRST ROW: Lamar Thomas, Ronnie Stulz, Jimmy Scroggins, Mickey Scandyln, Harvey Brown, Rodney Pridgeon, Fred Newberry SECOND ROW: Curtis Chapman, Raymond Metts Bobby Jackson, Eddie Tucker, Kenneth Harrell THIRD ROW: Tom Carr, Harold Bryan, Terry Miller, Marlin Jones, Bill Pearce Library Club FIRST ROW: Earlene Bellflower, Rebecca Hibner, Elaine Denard, Mary Fleetwood, Mary Helen Miller, Rudeen Moore, Evelyn Toler; SECOND ROW: Patricia Cruz, Patsy Warren, Byro- lene Idom, Welda Mullis, Sharon Quinn, Edwina Munson Quill and Scroll ROW 1: Kay Windham, Mary Sue Williamson, San- Mixon, Treena Peterman, Jene Rachels; ROW 2: Linda Witt, Sandra Shaw, Linda Seagraves, Linda Strickland, Jan Thompson, Evelyn Toler ROW 1: Anita Brown, Elizabeth Johnson, Secre- tary, Loretta Brown, President, Sara Ann Brooks, Donna Cryer; ROW 2: Barbara Gardner, Darla Hatcher, Jean Higgins, Corliss Martin, Miriam McGee WU ae ei , Pu nh = - Thi , j y ROW 1: Linda Kelley, Donna Merrill, Paulette Mixon, Treena Peterman, Jene Rachels; Row 2: Donna Sanders, Pat Sanderson, Miriam Meredith, Merelyn Harp, Shirley Curtis, Gail Carey Key Club LINDA CARTER, Sweetheart Left to Right: Jimmy Harris, Terry Gib- son, Albert Slocum, Mr. Mabry, Chapman, Tom Carr, Johnny Ronnie Digby, Bennett Borum, Tommy Bates Curtis Higgison, Chapman, Steve Left to Right: Charles Stokes, Joe Me- Daniel, Robert Horton, Johnny Goodin, NITE | Howard Gay, Joe Crochet, Doug Hayes, Gary Digby, Emmet Goodman, Mack Gott- TH wals, Buddy Sherman, Allen Young, David Graves, Virgil Cooper, David Hagaman, Billy Horton Latin Club Lin Merchant Barbara Bates Nancy Hicks Gayle Bennett r re e . - - Jan Jarrell, Vice-Pres. Connie Ennis, Music Chairman Ann Chisolm, Secretary Ray Ann Johnson, President MALIALD) sree, ™ - L i : hie ! Marion Piper Melissa Thomas Jan Walker Audie Schwegman Linda Vaughn Mn AW tri—itia— — | ROW 1: Tommy Wickman, Ronnie Lambert, Jimmy Hightower, Charles Haun, Kenneth Jones, Ralph True, David Ellis, Danny Kennedy; ROW 2: Tim Philpot, Donald Lance, Tommy Bridger, Carl Sark, Marvin Couly, Billy Mitchell, President; ROW 3: Dwain Deal, Terry Lawson Industrial Arts Club ROW 1: John Brogden, Eugene Cook, Larry Marshall, George Asbell, Charles Over, Ronnie Maxwell, Danny Ely; ROW 2: Dennis Brown, Darron Wilson, Johnny Steward, Mike Lanford, Eddie Amos, David Hilderbrand, Tommy English, Tommy Parker; ROW 3: Larry Meskiman, Roger Hudson, Larry Burdell INVITATION = 70 LERRRINC is Vs vA 4,4; FIRST ROW: Kathy Danahy, Sharon Brantley, Chaplain; Pam Dodd, Secretary; Sandra Watts, President; Linda Roberts, Vice-Pres.; Phyllis Lyles, Treasurer; Barbara Gorman, Sgt.-at-Arms; SECOND ROW: Sandra Dodson, Nancy Lewis, School Projects Chairman; Linda Hall, Com- munity Projects Chairman; Susan Amsbaugh, Sue Boyles, Marsha Young, Publicity Chairman; Chris Davis, June Austin, LaVane Blair Tri-HMi-Y FIRST ROW: Beth Lambert, Peggy Danahy, Donna Branton, Johnnie Howell, Pam Johnson, Sandra Windham, Barbara Proctor; SECOND ROW: Linda Mimbs, Rosemary Wheeler, Sandra Whitfield, Helon Olmstead, Judy Moore, Ellen Russell, Brenda Jordan, Freda McLarty a a si ROW 1: Mary Ann Burke, Sec., June Austin, Chaplain, Sherry Lindsey, Treas., Jane Herin, President, Cherie Carmichael, Vice-Pres., Babs Green, Sgt.-at-Arms; ROW 2: Rutledge Bech- em, Chaplain, Truitt Jackson, Sec., Johnny Higgison, Treas., Tommy Spinks, Sgt.-at-Arms, Dickie Crosby, Vice-Pres. Senior Dramatics ROW 1: Guynelle Pitts, Eileen Sweeney, Miriam Odum, Linda Belflower, Gloria Stehle, Carolyn Crew; ROW 2: Curtis Chapman, Linda Kelley, Lewis Durden, Robert Scarborough, Gary Digby, Paula Fields, Pat Merritt; ROW 3: Bob Sherman, Bill Duke, Bennett Chapman, Roger Starr, Tom Reinertson, Vernon Massey, Ronnie Ellington, Emmette Albea, Guy Graham Jr. Dramatics FIRST ROW: Peggy Fuller, Ann Cryer, Pam Etheredge, Secretary; Merry Lois Wilburn, Vice- Pres.; Mercedes Neves, Treasurer; Lana Tyre, Sandra Sellars; SECOND ROW: Kay Sellars, Dona Bateman, Suzanne West, Dean Carroll, Sue Voellinger, Sandra Holland, Candy Smith, Alice Conner; THIRD ROW: Bonnie Osborne, Angelin Dominy, Donna Picklesimer, Joanne Tamplin, Janet Madden, Elaine Spillers, Linda Harris; FOURTH ROW: Jerry Alfirov, Shirley Arrington, Sue Hallman, Chery] Hamlin, Toni Hudson, Kay Harrington, Darlene Durden Thespians Jane Herin, Mary Ann Burke, Linda Kelley, Tommy Spinks, Babs Green, Gloria Stehle FIRST ROW: Mavis Scott, Jean Shouse, Debbie Walker, Judy Mc FIRST ROW: Babs Greene, Beth Lambert, Linda Jennings, Program Chairman; SECOND Bride, Tina Leonard; SECOND ROW: Linda Powell, Sue Byars, Ruth Roberson, Barbara Jackson ROW: Jean Johnson, Nancy Hicks, Shirley O’Brien, Secretary-Treas.; THIRD ROW: Sue Jones, Sandra Whitfield, Carolyn Todd, Yvonne Pridgeon, President Science Clubs FIRST COL.: Mike White, President, Johnny Gooden, Jimmy Pritchett; SECOND: Mr. Prid- geon, Advisor, Albert Slocum, Johnny Wires SEATED, FIRST ROW: Lansen Durden, Clyde Olson, Allen Young, Jimmy Harris; SECOND ROW: Maynard Thames, Jerry Morris, Mack Gottwals, James Morris; THIRD ROW: Bill Duke, Eddie Tucker, Robert Horton; STANDING: Johnny Goodin, Jimmy Pritchett, Al- bert Slocum, Mike White, Johnny Wires Gloria Challis, Shirley Watkins, Patricia Moncrief, Treas.; Beverly Miller, Sec.; Barbara Gardner, Pres.; Jan Thompson, Vice-P.; Celeste Mackey, Sue Jones, Hist. Carol Ferrell, Linda Hurly, Cheryl Arrington, McEvoy AMCC Miriam Meredith, Pam Sealy, Linda Kelley, - Jean Higgins, Elaine Kelly FRONT ROW: Nancy Hane, Sue Powell, Ed- Vl E Cl b wina Munson; SECOND ROW: Juanita Vie 5) P Canady, Gail Holsomback, Judy McBryant, IVE C voy Art u Bonnie Ward ee ee se | FRONT ROW: Peggy Evans, Pres.; Barbara Procter, Vice-P.; Margie Walker, Pub. and Scrapbook; Lin Merchant, Kitty Davey; BACK ROW: Lynne Halstead, Jean Higgins, Pub. and Scrapbook; Harriet Montgomery, Loretta Brown, Miriam McGee, Treas.; Linda Witt, Sec FIRST ROW: Helen Bostick, Pam Blair, Sherry Dixon, Ouida Brannen, Judy Elvans, Linda Darnell, Jean Cope- land, Gail Corden SECOND ROW: Linda Crump, Pam Etheridge, Diane Driggars, Nora Mae Forth, Yvonne Corbin, Muriel Brantley, Kay Cooper, Wanda Ezell, Pat Bryant, Mar- lene Cauley F.H.A. FIRST ROW: Carolyn Overby, Mercedes Neves, Re- becca McGlohorn, Carol Mullis, Rosemary Pearce, Janice Rossen, Pat Ragan, Sandra Meek, Sue Ann Peterson SECOND ROW: Pat Pafford, Jene Rachels, Linda Russell, Leslie Russell, Linda Robertson, Linda Nixon, Caro] Oakley, Angela Mock FIRST ROW: Kay Vollinger, Gloria Thompson, Su- zanne West, Linda Venable, Sue Voellinger, Jean West, Peggy Thompson, Cherly Horn, Karen Tyler SECOND ROW: Kay Denham, Barbara Cole, Mary Ann Young, Linda Warrel, Peggy Wilson, Jo Ann Tamplin, Susan Cummings, Jean Tappen, Jo Ann Tomerson, Glenda Powell SITTING: Linda Stokes, Jean Shouse, Linda Savage, Dorthy Short, Patsy Spires, Candy Smith, Elaine Spill- ers, Jeanette Shephard, Shelia Payne STANDING: Delores Stephens, Cheryle Smith, Janice Ryan, Patte Self, Linda Shelton, Lawanna Smith, Lin Stickney, Ann Store, Yvonne Sanderlin SITTING: Vickie Jones, Connie Jackson, Deane Jump, Vickie Mallard, Janet Kull, Reba Kitchens, Linda Johnson STANDING: Martha Ann Jansen, Rosemary Jarrett, Teresa Landino, Patti Funderburke, Alice Fay Law- rence, Auyre Jackson, Ruth Jenkins, Janet Madden, Linda Land, Sue Fran Johnson SITTING: Sue Irby, Sydena Gray, Sheila Herring, Linda Foster, Diana Hall, Mona Hayes, Sharon Fann, Billie Ann Irvin, Wanda Hulette STANDING: Peggy Guin, Linda Hendricks, Janey Henry, Dorothy Holloman, Dianne Green, Tony Hudson, Barbara Jane Griffin, Judy Gay, Clair Gaultney, Brenda George, Cheryl Hamlin Pe == ye « Ween MA F.H.A. ROW 1: Lynda Fulford, President, Kay Harrinton, Vice-President, Barbara Thigpin, Sue Boyles, Secretary, Sharon Hew ell, Program Chairman, Brenda Rodgers, Degree Chairman, Sara Ann Brooks, Reporter, Kay Baskette; ROW 2: Harriett Baughcum, Linda Harris, Parliamentarian, Jerrie Alfirov, Brenda Smith, Recreation Chairman, Sue Hall- man, Historian, Connie Ennis, Project Chairman, Heidi Blackwell, Betty Sue Amerson, Joyce Bedgood, Sheryl Adkins ROW 1: Lana Layfield, Judy Ezell, Treasurer, Linda Strickland, Pres., Evelyn Strickland, Sec., Carolyn Shepherd, Sharon Hewell; ROW 2: Sandra West, Jene Rachels, Nancy Gallaway, Louise Bennett, Linda Cheek, Nancy Lindsey, Sue Ellen Brantley; ROW 3: Margaret Hoole, Sharon Jones, Miriam Meredith, Pat Cooley, Roslyn .Hall, Arlene Dowd, Brenda Smith Left to Right: Sue Jones, Jerry Morris, Sgt.-at-Arms, Gail Carey, David Graves, Vice-President, Dianne Waters, President, Pete Harris, Kay Windham, Secretary, Tom Carr, Treasurer French Club GIRLS, LEFT COLUMN: Jene Rachels, Janice Sapp, Johnnie Howell, Martha Webb, Patricia Joiner, Janice Norris, Shirley Watkins, Corliss Martin, Arlene Dowd, Marsha Young, Rosemary Wheeler, Linda Seagraves, Shirley Curtis, Sharon Quinn, Barbara Martin, Treena Peterman; BOYS, ROW 1: Ronnie Digby, Charles Peacock, Ronnie Gray- beal, Philip Self, Mike Purdy, Ed Cain, Marvin Robert, Albert Slocum, Pete Gaines, Ronnie Wimberly, Oliver Bliss, Lansen Durden; ROW 2, LEFT: Dennis Freeman, Joe Crochet, Larry Keys, Lavon Uptagrafft; ROW 1, RIGHT: Wallace Bates, Steve Borum, Billy Horton, Raymond Billingsly, Robert Horton, Val Hoseman, Tony Gunnes, Ed- die Tucker, James McGahee, Johnny Neeves, Forest Hartley, Henry Ball, Bill Pierce, Phil Parrish ROW 1: Jan Thompson, Evelyn Toler, Carolyn Tyner, Linda Jennings, Elaine Kelly, Kathy Danahy, Jane Herin, Barbara Gardner; ROW 2: Patsy Gegogeine, Patricia Griffith, Pat Keen, Angela Bartlett, Phydan Johnston, Merylyn Harp, Barbara Smalling, Candy Wagner, Joyce Hadden ROW 1: Donna Sue Mondy, Elaine Denard, Susan Ams- baugh, Vice-Pres., June Austin, President, Gail McKinley, Secretary, Lana Layfield, Sgt.-at-Arms, Rebecca Kemper, Prog. Chairman, Judy Flanders, Ann Hooper; ROW 2: Patti Marshall, Sharon Jones, Ellen Russell, Sandra Sandi- ford, Gail Holsomback, Carol Ferrell, Linda Strickland, Program Chairman Spanish Club Mike Cheek, Ricky Payne, Buzzy Leverette; Right: Jimmy Epps, Billy Raffield, Bo Hardison ROW 1: Gary Digby, Dickie Crosby, Billy Raffield, Jimmy Roberts; ROW 2: Herky Baxter, Jimmy Epps, Anthony Wilkes, Mack Gottwals, Jimmy Harris; ROW 3: Clyde Olson, Mike White, Mike Cheek, Truitt Jackson ROW 1: Carl Sheperd, Larry White, Tommy Smith, Fred ROW 1: Kenneth Thomas, Charles Over, Richard Hamlen, Newberry, Ralph Merritt, Jackie Cameran; ROW 2: Wade Charles Inman; ROW 2: Charles O'Neal, Walter Garrett, Ellet, Michel Collins, Harry Lucus, Juddy Hunt, Ray Huff, Jimmy Jordan, Marty Baughcum Charles Bray; ROW 3: Morton Bostick, Roy Smith, Vernon Ryles, J. C. Poole, Kenneth Mosely, Lindaford Hill 4-H] Club ROW 1: Mary Jane Retherford, Judy McElmurray, Reporter, Pat Kell, Secretary, Jane Jordan, President, Sue Boyles, Vice-President; ROW 2: Linda Stokes, Freida Shines, Nancy Cason, Barbara Martin, Shirley Curtis, Ann Stone, Rosemary Turner 1961 1962 FIRST ROW: Joyce Vaughn, Jane Rice, Mar- tha Garrison, Judye Wilder, Sandra Windham, Sandra Spann, Shelby Harper; SECOND ROW: Rebecca Smith, Helen Hayes, Mickey Simpson, Pat Sams, Sara Ann Ethridge, Jane Farr Curtis Ford, Wayne Pilcher, Roscoe Cross, Grady Bray, James Mitchem McEoy FBLA FIRST ROW: Linda Proctor, Nancy Gallaway, Pro- gram Chairman; Gloria Milford, Historian; Mary Helen Miller, Treas.; Bonnie Peacock, Sec.; Jean Moore, Vice-Pres.; Janice Durden, Pres.; SECOND ROW: Hilda Horne, Rudeen Moore, Guynelle Pitts, Bonnie Manning, Peggy Miller, Gloria Lamb. Willingham FBLA SEATED: Jimmy Mitchem, Wayne Pilcher, Gene Conger, Curtis Ford; STANDING: ROW 1: Paul Sammons, Burney Keys, Jim Wooten, Lynn Latimer; ROW 2: George Brinkley, Roscoe Cross, Danny Hambrick Roemer | InviTATION = 10 Lenamine ya rvivaTion =O) LE Wa Pa TU ei 1% +2 “s : 1 1961 , UH ROW 1: Patsy Warren, Margaret Hoole, Mary Durden; ROW 2: Jewel Hart, Delinda Tomberlin, President, Gloria Challis, Vice-Pres., Claudia Pate, Treas- Brenda Challis, Elaine Denard, Sandra Martin, Linda urer; SECOND ROW: Barbara Jackson, Elizabeth John- Jennings son, Lana Layfield, Jene Rachels, Martha Tomberlin Ann Gloria Jean Bryant, Jo Ann Hill, Secretary, Evelyn Toler, McE voy Future Teachers OFFICERS: BOTTON TO TOP: Oney Hudson, Charles Skipper, Joe Toler, Duke Lindsey, Wayne Hudson, Pete Stokes, James Morris Willingham Future Farmers FIRST ROW: Johnny Thigpen, Francis Nowell, Kenneth Lucas, Harold Mosely, Johnny King, Steve Hudson; SECOND ROW: Mike Stokes, Harry Marshall, Mike Blurry, Dewey Stokes, Wayne Jones, Leon Hudson ROW 1: Sherry Lindsey, Captain of Brass, Sue Jones, Captain of Percussion, Eileen Sweeney, Librarian, Miriam Odum, Captain of Woodwinds, Mary Ann Burke, Vice-President, Corliss Mar- tin, President; ROW 2: Judy Head, Pam Bowen, Cheryl Arrington, June Austin, Shirley Arring- ton, Charlene Bevins, Gail Carey, Drum Major; ROW 3: Patsy Ennis, Sharon Blackwell, Drum Major, Mary Anna Bickle, DeLane Bowen, Ann Chisolm, Shirley Curtis Mckvoy Band Club ROW 1: Gail Joiner, Bonnie Krewson, Mavis Scott, Pam Etheridge, Donna Evancic; ROW 2: Ann Hooper, Eileen McGahee, Judy Smith, Lana Tyre, Andrea Hammond; ROW 3: Sandra Holmes, Reba Kitchens, Janet Kull, Merylyn Harp, Vicki Mallard, Joy Kitchens, Sharon Hart Fred Minor, Archie Adams, Raymond Bag- garley, Ronnie Gray- beal, Johnny Neevis, Tommy Bateman, Guy- ton Graham SECOND ROW: Tom Weathers, 4 Everette Rauls, Pete Harris, Duke Ellington, Paul Sammons, Mrs. Meeks, Terry Gibson Red Cross FIRST ROW: Ronnie Pridgeon, Jimmy Zwal- ly, Brad Henderson, Ronnie Yopp, Tommy Pilcher, Ronnie Pelt, Tommy Wichman SECOND ROW: Glenn Gresham, Gary Jerkins, Tommy Wood, Steve Brines, Boyce Aber- nathy, Ronald Hutche- son, Al Harper THIRD ROW: Steve Johnson, Thomas Rid- ley, Jimmy Sandiford, Greg Helmuth, Lamar Kinard, Carl Summers ROW 1: Norman Echols, Kenneth Hall, John Hooker, Larry Harris CENTER: Rockney Sanford ROW 2: Gleen Sheppard, Danny Dew- berry, Buzz Molten, Ray Whaley Decca ROW 1: Norman Jones, Richard Dunlap, Raymond Dunlap, Dean Fellows, Elmo Ad- kins CENTER: Jerry Butterworth ROW 2: Jimmy Sherwood, Bill Stranahan, Dale Townsend, Roger Bowen, Charles Quillian Audio-Visual Lawrence Hall—Treasurer, Russell Hall Operator, Steve Williams—Operator, Rusty Ford—Student Instructor, Jim Overby Operator, David Seagraves—Operator FIRST ROW: Jerry Spillers, David Sea- graves, Larry White, Gary Dean, Jim Over- by, Ronnie Maxwell, Allen Sheppard, Ter- ry Buffington, Tommy Wichman SECOND ROW: Marshall Beasly, Bobby Elsasser, Lawrence Hall, Kenneth Mosely, Gordon Dechman, Russell Hall, Steve Wil- liams, Tommy English, Rusty Ford, Frank Whitley, Mr. Hancock Corliss Martin, Publicity Chairman; Rose- mary Wheeler, Treasurer; Gayle Sanders, Secretary; Brenda Rodgers, Program Chair- man; Donna Sanders, President; Dianne Waters, Vice-President F to B;: Wanda Garrett, Linda Hardy, Evelyn Hall; SEATED: Betty Sue Dawson, Paula McPherson; STANDING: Cheryl Dent, Zora Kay Lee, Phyllis Alexander, Joyce Ivey F to B: Barbara Belflower, Jeannette Young, Patricia Joiner; SEATED: Carole Minor, Peggy Miller; STANDING: San- dra Meeks, Pat Pape, Jane Windham, Pat Prince, Martha Webb, Beverly Parrish Music Club F to B: Sandra Berrentine, Peggy Collins, Patsy Canty; SEATED: Gayle Bennett, Sherry Bartlett; STANDING: Ann Chi- solm, Linda Butler, Marsha Bolton Ram Club Judy Wilder, Sandra Watts, Anne Brewer, Kathy Danahy, Larry Brown, Billy Raf- field, Terry Duffy, Jeff Wagner, Dickie Crosby, Anthony Wilkes, Tex Watson, Pete Gaines, Jimmy Hammond, Joel Dickens, Roscoe Cross, Ronnie Wimberly, Dwight Paine, Bo Hardison, Doug Boyd, Travis Williams, Randy Wheeler After-School Y-Teens ROW 1: Cheryl Hutchison, Muriel Molton, Ann Mikus, Vive-President, Sherry Lind- sey, President, Shirley Curtis, Program Chairman, Charlotte Jones, Secretary, Kay Cooper, Jr. High Publicity; ROW 2: Sarah Alligood, Sr. High Puplicity Chairman, Paula McPherson, Pat Herring, Jean Thomas, Paula Fields, Dorathy Hollomon, Dreama Karnes; ROW 3: Lynette Jones, Treasurer, Harriette Montgomery, Jane Ed- wards, Mary Ellen Edwards Radio Club Dennis Freeman, Allen Young, Tommy Cook, Charles Stokes, Forrest Hartley, Walter Garrett, James Grantham, Len Lati- mer, Warren Loescher, John Clark, Allen Worley ; ewan a Sharon Fann-Publicity Chairman, Tresser Gladdin-Chaplain, Patsy Winslette-Vice- President, Gina Choff-President, Donna Picklesheimer-Secretary, Peggy Guin-Pro- gram Char., Mercedes Neves, Inter-Club Council; SECOND ROW: Kay Volinger, Carolyn Overby, Sue Volinger, Jean West, Mary Jane Retherford, Joan Copeland, Kitty Davey, Pam Taylor; THIRD ROW: Cheryle Cook, Linda Russell, Patricia Price, Linda Waddell, Brenda Edwards, Judy Crawley, Paula Cherry, Linda Dar- nell, Joyce Bedgood; FOURTH ROW: Sherry Reid, Linda Nobles, Linda Johnson, Linda Reed, Relda Cox Junior In-School Y-Teens FIRST ROW: Kay Windham-Inter. Club Represent., Jane Windham-Treasurer, Pat Sanderson-President, Marsha Young-Vice- President, Jean Moore-Secretary; SEC- OND: Elaine Carr-Publicity Chairman, Sandra West, Judy Ezell, Darla Hatcher- Program Chairman, Treena Peterman Senior Garden Club Phyllis Ridley-Treasurer, Fronzie Acres, Secretary, Sharon Brantley-President, Shir- ley Bass-Vice-President, Glenda Daniel; SECOND ROW: Linda Stokes, Debbie Hallifield, Nancy Cason, Patricia Te Selle, Mercedes Neves, Angela Parent, Joann Riddlemoser Superlatives To be chosen a Superlative by his or her fellow seniors is one of the greatest honors which can be bestowed on any senior at Willingham or McEvoy. Vot- ing is done only after qualifications are decided upon and nominations are made by the Senior Class. Each of our Superlatives has leadership ability, in- tegrity, a sound academic record, and an outstanding personality. We proudly present those who represent the best of our Senior Class, those who have con- sistently been our outstanding students —the Superlatives. 165 JEAN MOORE and JERRY LEVERRETTE Fe DRY iN JANE BROWN and DOUG BOYD CORLISS MARTIN and ALBERT SLOCUM A RY ‘ ind TER THOMPSON JAN oo at AO nn mm A I BWR, DS i — — — = . is 4s FQ4Y ey Picea) 6 vai fe i oA. tern. | i TRAVIS WILLIAMS JEAN TIDWELL an I ie ae Se ol Zz. Yat loa ow an fo an DWIGHT PAYNE and LINDA STRICKLAND WAM yy N A AA) iy | , od . sussyissy sip dagapagy sees, ; : ys 4% Or, V4 oii, 44 eee Ae S dee Me ce chee 4 ae te = - - “ 44, th a eee LAXYA ¢ + NessGitae Ani yvale’ AX) WAXK) DXA KY . Nii OX AR RAKKKKKEKN HAY RE OO AXA : Y WANN MAMMA) LANA LAYFIELD and MIKE CHEEK 174 Sports e ee Football, basket- mas well as a in the various sports events, we learn fair play, sports- manship, and the challenge of compe- tition. No education can be complete without athletics, for as books help to develop our minds, sports help to de- velop our bodies. 175 ba, = | 3 = “ Head Coach B. Henderson looks at Ram squad with co-captains Dwight Payne (23) and Dickie Crosby (50). 7 BILLY HENDERSON MARTIN ALLMAN MIKE GARVIN JOHNNY STALLINGS University of Georgia Davis and Elkins Mercer University University of South College Carolina DAVE HILL BILLY BEALE MACK EDWARDS LOUIS DOWNER Furman University University of Georgia Furman University North Georgia College Regal Rams ie, r JOEL DICKENS DOUG BOYD DICKIE CROSBY All State “AAA” Honorable Mention All-Region “1-AAA” All-State “AAA” Crosby clears path for Ram back. Billy Raffield and Travis Williams GUARDS B. Henderson after sweet Lanier victory. Terry Duffy Jimmy Epps HALFBACK TACKLE Bite Fullback Dickens stopped after 3-yard Pp Larry Brown Mark Bowen Columbus. HALFBACK END Bo Hardison Roscoe Cross Randy Wheeler eludes Poets for first Ram tally. TACKLE END Dwight Payne CO-CAPTAIN END Jeff Wagner tightwalks sidelines against Albany. Pete Gaines Joel Dickens Joel Dickens picks up long yardage against the QUARTERBACK Ist All-Stater Poets. 178 FULLBACK Mark Bowen holds as Pete Stokes closes in for the Pete Stokes Dewain Jerkins kill. DEF. HALFBACK QUARTERBACK Dickie Crosby CO-CAPTAIN CENTER Ram cheerleaders and “Sam” enjoy 9-6 Ram half- time lead against Lanier. ‘4 ‘SS wh Randy Wheeler skirts end for short gain against Doug Boyd Ray Kania Albany. END DEF. MID. GUARD 179 Randy Wheeler’s big gain sets up Dickens’ score on Randy Wheeler James Carroll the following play. QUARTERBACK CENTER Billy Parham Jeff Wagner Jeff Wagner powers for additional yardage on the TACKLE FULLBACK way to a tremendous night against Albany. Judye Wilder, Homecoming Queen (L) with her Ronny Nobles and Ralph Pulliam court, (L-R) Linda Carter, Jean Moore, Miriam TACKLES Meredith, Cherie Carmichael. 180 ed ia Ly es et Carson Hardison Bobby Horton Joel Dickens rambles for 18 yards in the waning HALFBACK TACKLE moments of Ram-Poet classic. Randy Wheeler (No. 10) “holds” tide of Columbus Jimmy Roberts Richard Jordan tacklers off a Ram back. FULLBACK LINEBACKER Thomas Lindsey Dave “Doc” Dyer Joel Dickens “sees goal line” and crashes over END TRAINER from 6 yards out. VARSITY SCORES Wins Losses Ties 13 7—Moultrie—7 37—Columbus—6 7—LaGrange 21—Albany—14 0—Valdosta—27 28—Jordan—12 26—Baker—7 34—Groves—0 43—Warner Robins—6 23—Lanier—6 “O.K., Epps, what did you do with Parham’s joke book?” “Hey, Carson, what’s a five- lettered word for cat?” “B” TEAM SCORES Wins Losses 53—Washington Co.—0 0—Eatonton Vers.—33 21—Warner Robins—0 0—Albany—6 19—Albany—0 6—Monticello Vars.—20 20—Lanier—14 13—Warner Robins—20 19—G.M.C. Vars.—6 21—Lanier—6 “Look, Mark, no cavities!” “B” Team ae » 5 DS, gt logs 1 ad ks relat a oat FIRST ROW: Smith, Mer., Johnson, Luzier, Brown, Yearwood, L. Evans, T. Mason, Mer.; SECOND ROW: ntl Mer., Helmuth, R. Bateman, Parker, Floyd, R. Mason, Summers, Maddox, Huff, Spires; THIRD ROW: Edwards, Coach, Burnett, Fiveash, Goodman, Colson, J. Greene, Ginn, Schulman, R. Bateman, Downer, Coach; FOURTH ROW: Peagreen, F. Evans, Payne, Bryant, Foster, Kinnard, McNeil, Knight, W. Johnson, Ryle Lance, Shiever, Murphy, Baxter, 8th Grade FIRST ROW: Lewis, Davidson, Grace, Hutcheson, R. Brown, A. Brown, Landrum, Brannon; SECON : Alligood, Hinson, Evans, Sheppard, Henderson, R. Hutcheson, Blount, Laing, Deloach; THIRD ROW: Garvin, Coach, Clifford, Arnold, Yopp, Abeinathy, Hardy, Ward, Jerkins, Field, Mgr., Allman, Coach; FOURTH ROW: McKenzie, Pitts, Freeman, " Holland, Bledsoe, Hamlin, Parker, McMillian MOST VALUABLE BEST OFFENSIVE Joel Dickens receives Most Valuable Larry Brown receives Best Offensive trophy from Billy Beale. trophy from the Rev. Allen Sanders. BEST BLOCKER MOST IMPROVED Doug Boyd receives Best Blocker award Co-Captains Dwight Payne and Dickie Jimmy Epps receives Most Improved from Hal Boswell. Crosby receive Harry Kendall award award from Coach Dave Hill. from Bob McMann. : BEST SPORTSMAN BEST DEFENSIVE Dwight Payne receives Best Sportsman Bo Hardison receives Best Defensive award from Roscoe Cross. trophy from Johnny Stallings. 184 Dewain Jerkins 60-61 LETTERMAN FIRST ROW: Haun, Brannan, Bullery, Ainsworth, Hall, Deen, Brines; SECOND ROW: Johnson, Scrimshire, Jones, Howard, Butler, Yopp, Stinson; THIRD ROW: Coach Dave Hill, Pritchett, Johnson, White, Youngblood, Dyer, Jerkins, Coach Hinson Don Stinson Steve Brines Basketball HEAD COACH Martin Allman Bowen controls tip against Jordan. Pete Gaines (11) drives for two against Valdosta. Tack Mote Ralph Pulliam Pulliam’s hook from the corner nets two. FORWARD CENTER 186 Coach Allman is a valuable asset to the team—in many ways. Pulliam corners rebound as Gaines (11) and Olson (22) look on. Gaines (11) ties score with Jor- dan with jumpshot from foul- line. Bobo Olson (22) professionally tips one in Bobo Olson Pete Gaines against the Demons. CENTER FORWARD 187 Jerry Leverette CAPTAIN GUARD Captain Jerry Leverette fakes and then drives for two against Lanier. Bowen raises score with free throw. y 2. Mark Bowen Thelston Goss Goss collects two more in fine night FORWARD GUARD against Warner Robins. 188 Bobby Bryant Bobby Bryant grabs rebound as CO-CAPTAIN Bobo Olson (22) grabs Bryant. GUARD Scores WINS 76—Dudley Hughes—4] 60—Moultrie—45 16—Valdosta 14 74—Baldwin Co.—62 68—Dudley Hughes—48 LOSSES 37—Dublin—59 27—Perry—59 16—J ordan—66 19—R. E. Lee—63 61—Dublin—77 53—Lanier—65 16—Warner Robins—53 52—Albany—59 34—F ort Valley—53 Captain Jerry Leverette “knocks 10—Perry—45 the bottom out” from the corner. a 30—Baker—39 65—Baldwin Co.—78 51—Warner Robins—69 55—J ordan—71 13—LaGrange—69 71—Lanier—76 44—Columbus—64 43—Valdosta—59 Olson —, Pulliam fight for rebound Jimmy Clay against Jordan. FORWARD “B” Team 2. a a 2 Se Be ya ie r mr Ves! 31 “1 spe ; — = : i ‘a tcl FIRST ROW: Payne, McDaniel, Bliss, Smith, McCullough, Scarborough, Colson; SECOND ROW: Henderson, Coach, Greene, Cleveland, Coleman, Harris, Goodman, Harrison, Mgr., Benson, Mgr. - ties 4 » a | FIRST ROW: Thigpen, Brown, Maddox, Haun, Frederick; SECOND ROW: Watson, Floyd, Beazley, Greene, Knight; THIRD ROW: Coach Beale, Summers, Ryle, Hobbs, Fields, Eubanks = WINS 70—Dublin—41 48—R. E. Lee—43 57—Dublin—28 48—Dudley Hughes—29 42—Albany—28 53—Lanier—45 55—Baldwin—22 74—Baldwin—47 72—Dudley Hughes—39 49—LaGrange—48 LOSSES 33—Perry—40 35—Lanier—45 44—F ort Valley—57 35 —Perry—54 38—Warner Robins—43 51—Lanier—38 8th Grade Scores WINS 45—Lanier—39 38—Perry—33 46—Perry—38 LOSSES 31—F orsyth—30 42—Warner Robins—40 42—Warner Robins—36 Left to right, SEATED; Hardy, Blount, Evans, Henderson, Hutcheson, G.; SECOND ROW: Hutcheson, Mgr., Bowen, Parker, McKenzie, Stafford, Gunnells, Pryor, Mgr.; THIRD ROW: Downer, Coach, Bledsoe, Freeman, Jerkins, Garvin, Coach WINS 42—Rumble—40 40—Forsyth 9th—39 53—Boys’ Club—33 51—Jones Co. “B”—24 41—Lanier—27 42—Putnam Co, “B”—32 40—Rumble—28 58—Lanier—28 48—Jones Co. “B”—43 LOSSES 36—Griffin—16 40—Putnam Co. “B”—42 42—Griffin—44 HEAD COACH Billy Henderson Pete Gaines Mark Bowen Joel Dickens THIRD BASE OUTFIELD CATCHER Randy Wheeler Tack Mote Jimmy Pritchett OUTFIELD PITCHER SHORTSTOP Jerry Leverette Coach Roger Green shows Wade Buzzy Leverette Roundtree how to grip the club. Coach Martin Allman is not shown. Johnny Goodin Bobo Olson Jimmy Pritchett Larry Lorik Pinson Schulman James Priestley HEAD COACH Johnny Stallings HURDLERS DISTANCE Ronny Tidwell (L) and Thomas Lindsey (R) Ricky Payne (L) and Lamar Harris (R) RELAY TEAM WEIGHTS (L-R) Lamar Kennedy, Bobby Bryant, Randy Wheel- Terry Duffy (L) and Ronny Nobles (R) er, and Ronnie Wimberly SPRINTER Tony Wilkes—60-'61 Captain FIRST ROW: Brines, Frederick, Watson, Brown, Maddox, Thigpen; SECOND ROW: Murphy, Knight, Floyd, Beasly, Green, Roberts; THIRD ROW: Stallings, Coach, Sommers, Hall, Ryals, Hobbs, Fields, Johnson 8th Grade Track : 7 avis heson; SECOND ROW: Clifford, Aber- S : Hi ; m, Alligood, Yopp, Blount, Shepard, Davison, G. Hutcheson; S ; . : ois eer kee ee Be tac, a Coppock; THIRD ROW: Garvin, Coach, Pitts, Parker, McMillan, Bledsoe, Holland, Freeman, Hamlin, Jerkins Physical Coach Henderson, by exercises, tries to strengthen the boys’ character. “Oh, no, not that rope again!” “Hey, Coach, what do I do now?” “Three shots for a quarter.” “Future frogmen!” Education = “Hey, Coach, where did those boys transfer from?” Captain, Judye Wilder; Co- Captain, Kathy Danahy, Charlotte Moore, Sheila Wat- ers, Camille Garrard, Anne Brewer, Gloria Jean Bryant, Sandra Watts Varsity Cheerleaders Camille Garrard, Kathy Danahy, Judy Wilder, Sheila Wat- ers lead students in a cheer. Darlene Durden, Beverly Jen- tly Mille 3everly Miller, er, Peg and Lana Tyre Junior Jerrie Alfirov, Lin- da Harris, Mary Basketball McE voy Track and. Field Anyone who likes to run would enjoy this sport as shown by Marsha Hinson, Sue Tanner, Mary Jane McLeod, and Linda Jump. Linda Spann, Linda Cheek, Brenda Beck, Caro- lyn Butler, and Dorothy Keels show that basket- ball is a great sport for the lively athlete. Speedball Tumbling and Stunts Sue Powell, Charlotte Brown, Linda Spann, Delores Brantley, Elaine Carr, Dianne Green, Carolyn Cow- art, and Pat Prince show that tumbling requires courage and strength. Speedball involves much running and quick action as shown by Sandy Kelly, Candy Wagner, Donna Branton, Peggy Danahy, and Pat Prince. Soccer ee Soccer is a game of much excitement and action as shown by Gloria Thompson, Patsy Green, Joan Copeland, Ann Cooper, Beverly Bostick, and Cheryl Hamlin. Cheryle Smith, Kay Harrington, Sharon Hemphell, and Lenora Bradshaw show that ping pong will always be a favorite game. Field Hockey Sharon Hewell and Dorothy Parker show that speed and skill are required to play field hockey. Horseshoes Many girls enjoy this sport as shown by Patty Self and Linda Goddard. Archery Linda Bellflower, Trenna Peterman, and Jean Tidwell show that good sight and aim are the requirements to be a good archer. Softball Tennis In the spring months the favorite sport is The ability to manipulate your feet and arms softball as shown by Joyce Hadden, Marsha is important in playing tennis as shown by Hinson, and Kay Windham. Evelyn Hall. V olleyball Exercises Linda Rackley, Linda Carter, and Sheryl Smith Ann Savage and Dianne Sellers show that show that Volleyball is the favorite sport at the exercises leave everyone with sore muscles. beginning of the year. Badminton — Badminton is a fun game that everyone enjoys as shown by Bonnie Ozburn and Patsy Brandon. Intramural = | Seniors Carolyn Shepherd, Beverly Miller, Lenora Bradshaw, Judy Ezell, Sandra West, Shirley Swiger, Shirley Rog- ers, Nancy Galloway, and Jean Moore Juniors Rebecca Hibner, Marsha Hin- son, Linda Cheek, Glenda Epps, Mary Jane McLeod, Cherie McPherson, Jane Rice, Darnelle McCleave, Patsy Best, and Barbara Young Sophomores Cheryl Hopkins, Kitty Joiner, Paula McPherson, Eleanor Rhodes, Betty Pyle, Toni Kania, Shelvy Oakley, Ann Mercier, and Sylvia Waters Champions Freshmen Verna Shultz, Joan Copeland, Tresser Gladin, Jinx Delvers, Charlotte Brown, Mickey Lop- er, Wanda Lewis, and Dianne Sandford Sub-Freshmen Patricia TeSelle, Sharon Poole, Judy Strickland, Dianne Jackson, Bonnie Gray, Linda Johnson, Angela Tucker, Susan McDaniel, Jo Ann Gray, Mary Ann Young, and Dianne Deese Seniors Dianne Snellgrove, Charlene Hickman, Faye Saffold, Don- na Merrill, Jane Brown, and Carolyn Walker Juniors Linda Fulford, Pat Cooly, Sharon Jones, Judy Flanders, Joan Twiggs, and Rosemary Wheeler Activities Through the varied activities avail- able to students, we learn the value of service—service to our school, our com- munity, and our fellow students. The newspapers, the bands and choruses, the honors and awards we receive are a few of these activities which may prove a great influence when the time comes for choosing our life’s vocation. 207 Johnny Higgison, Loretta Brown, Layout Editors; Miriam McGee, Johnny Wires, Art Editors; Darla Jean Higgins, Jimmy Mitchem, Advertising Layout Hatcher, Pete Harris, Feature Editors Editors Ramscott Curtis Chapman, Jan Thompson, Editors Ronnie Ellington, Lana Layfield, Jerry Leverette, Truitt Jackson, Jane Brown, Copy Editors; Barbara Sports Editors Thigpin, Grady Bray, Secretaries Donna Merrill, Jimmy Marden, Superlatives Editors; Corliss Martin, Bill Duke, Organiza- tions Editors Linda Strickland, Jim Wooten, Kay Windham, Jimmy Pritchett, Gloria Jean Bryant, Student Jerry Morris, Classes Editors Photographers Jane Herin Duane Hamrick Gloria Challis Darla Hatcher Ramscott Business Staff Fay Moore Danny Hamrick Roscoe Cross Celeste Mackey Linda Roberts Jane Brown Jimmy Mitchem Barbara Thigpin Bonnie Manning Grady Bray Ram page Editorial Staff White, Byrd, Hamlin, Wires Slocum, Olson, Wilkes, Freeman, Gibson, Pierce Rampage Business Staff Ellington, Culverhouse, Baughcum, Digby, Spinks Toler, Murphy, Walker, Meredith, Gardner, Brown, Kelley, Waters, Shaw, Cryer, Peterman Bonnie Blue Print Editorial Staff Sanders, Witt, Curtis, Merrill, Johnson, Brooks, Rachels, Rogers, Copeland, Seagraves, Harp, Carey, Mixon, Sanderson, Brown, Williamson Roberts, Kemper, West, Copeland, Minor, Windham, Purvis, Sanderson, Hadden, Ward Bonnie Blue Print Business Staff Peterman, Milford, Kelly, Roberts, Coley, Minor, Durden, Garder Choruses Willingham Chorus Concert Band — eibaias “Pride of Dixie” Marching Band ae = ptm A CAPTAINS DRUM MAJOR: DRUM MAJORS: Tommy West Larry Colson Sharon Blackwell David Graves Gail Carey McEvoy High School Band vi DN ch: ger in = OD LE sag ef, Qari e aye 3 se oe ; yf : : ae ath “eae Se ee — Sd Judy Monthie, Ann Wilder, Sandra Stubbs, Gail McKinley, Captain, Gail Carey, Andrea Hammond and Donna Sue Mondy entertained the spectators at various events during the year. Gail McKinley CAPTAIN Mirium Odum , Sharon Hart, Gayla Parrish, Joy Kitchens, Barbara Jane Griffin, Gloria Stehle, Pam Blair, Penny Stulz, Mona Hayes, Bobbie Lewis Mary Sue Williamson, David Dyer, and Merylyn Harp broadcast our radio program each week. Radio Reporters “Tween Teen” Reporters Sara Ann Brooks, Dennis Freeman, Terry Gibson, and Linda Carter write the news for the Macon newspapers from our schools. 2 wee To Homecoming Queen 5 } 5 i- Judye Wilder 1961 Court Jean Moore and Jeff Wagner Miriam Meredith and Billy Floyd Cherie Carmichael and Johnny Higgison Festivities At the game... The finalists, in the Homecoming Queen contest, accept their bouquets at half time, At the dance... The crowd that attended the Homecoming dance made it a great success. At the bonfire The cheerleaders and part of the crowd which made the pre- game bonfire and pep rally a success. DIANE WATERS JIMMY HALLMAN Spring Football Queen LINDA FULFORD KENNETH GAY F.H.A. Sweetheart LINDA FULFORD TREENA PETERMAN MARSHA YOUNG Snow Queen and Court Band Booster Club Variety Show DEAR RUTH McEvo y The cast of “My 3 Angels” works hard at rehearsal. This is the technical crew for “My 3 Angels.” Willingham Juniors work diligently to see that the Junior-Senior is a success. This group of Juniors is busily preparing some of the scenery. Junior-Senior 1961 Seniors, Juniors, and dates crowded the McEvoy Gym and marveled at its transformation as they thorough- ly enjoyed themselves. Juniors Jean Moore and Jane Herin rest for a few minutes. Senior Class President Mar- thel Hooker beams as she accepts her Senior gift from Junior Class President Jean Tidwell. Willingham These are some of our dignified Seniors participat- ing in their stunt. The Ninth Grade stunt was the winner. The advertising warns the public what to expect from the Seniors. Is this a beauty con- test? No, only another scene from the winning 9th Grade stunt. The Tenth Grade stunt placed second. Relaxation is evident in this scene from the Tenth Grade stunt. Christmas Darla Hatcher and Barbara Gardner prepare boxes of food collected each year by McEvoy students for their maids and janitors. Cherie Carmichael and Linda Witt put the finishing touches on a school bulle- tin board. At Willingham the chorus sings as a part of the Christmas program. Miriam Meredith, Student Council President, presents the students’ gift to our principal, Mr. William Brake—money to add to his scholarship fund. French classes entertain at the assembly by singing The Senior Banquet, held near Christmas, was a French Christmas carols. great success. ll . PRR, wee Honors and Awards Anthony Wilkes BEST CITIZEN Beth Lambert STAR STUDENT Pat Cooley WINNER — “T Speak for Democracy” Contest - bili Tom Carr STAR STUDENT Lynda Seagraves BETTY CROCKER HOMEMAKER AWARD Jimmy Jordan STATE REPRESENTATIVE S FFA. Gail McKinley OFFICER, INTER-CITY STUDENT COUNCIL Macon Mayor Ed Wilson speaks at a Key Club assembly at Willingham. McEvoy Student Council President Miriam Meredith discusses the proposed Honor System with the students. Assemblies and Sponsored by the FTA, Judge Mallory C. Atkinson speaks at a McEvoy assembly during American Education Week. The Bonnie Blue Print staff presents a skit to the girls to get their subscription drive underway. Dr. J. D. Grey speaks at Thanksgiving assemblies at both McEvoy and Willingham. Events of Interest Miss Hannah Leitner, National Beta Club secretary, speaks at McEvoy. Mrs. Julia Lanier recognizes Loretta Brown at Quill and Scroll installation at McEvoy. Barbara Gardner weeps with happiness when she is tapped for Beta Club membership by Linda Kelly. It’s Beatnik Day for the Seniors, and Beats Frankie Thomas, Lynda Giddens, and Patsy Hop- kins do the limbo. Junior Dramatics Club is entertained by a dance. Country Day for the Seniors during Senior Week brought out the country in these Seniors. Mrs. Dorothy Ginther, McEvoy Guidance Counselor, speaks to an AMCC meeting. A skit contributes to the fun at an AMCC meeting. Tri-Hi-Y members bake cookies for the maids and janitors as one of their projects. Willingham Juniors cel- ebrate Junior Day by going “formal.” Tri-Hi-Y officers attend the induction of new members. Sharon Jones succeeds in breaking the pinata at the Spanish Club Christmas party. Spanish Club members loosed when the pinata Christmas party. Members of the Senior Dramatics Club present a play at a club meeting. scramble was broken for at Airline Stewardess Joy Zeigler discusses her job with interested McEvoy students during Career Day. candy their MARA LIL ALT AY Adve 234 Telephones, Newspaper Ads, money —familiar objects in any of our stores. 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LUMBER and MILLWORK e PLYWOOD « ROOFING @ PAINT ¢ BUILDER’S « WINDOWS HARDWARE © FLOORING ¢ DOORS © WALLBOARG DS Ke 4 ¢ © CABINETS ES 4 B: ‘a: 2 - Use Your Easy C $ Charge Card Pla Penner) = WIELINGHA } Foor Cor a Located 7th and Cherry St. Dial SHerwood 3-2642 360 7th St. Compliments of NEW ARCADE Your Fishing Tackle Headquarters 514 MULBERRY STREET Compliments of CULVER JORDAN Dealers for CARRIER AIR CONDITION AND HEATING EQUIPMENT General Sheet Metal Work Jelephones: 2-450! and 2-4502 GEORGIA TIMBERLANDS, INC. Guy Paine and Mead Roads P.O. Box 1062 Macon, Georgia “Supplying Pulpwood to Georgia Kraft Company Throughout the Truck Area'' Gents inur..... SOUTHERN DISCOUNT COMPANY MEN AND BOYS 385 Second Street MACON, GEORGIA Westgate Shopping Center MACON, GA. JOHN H. GRAHAM, Jr. Manager Since 1914 feel right. McCLURE-BALDWIN look right GRIFFIN Our exclusive drycleaning a . " and sple-cbsdiol ising " Complete Office Outfitters process will keep your | cottons and other summer garments crisp and fresh EQUIPMENT Duplicati Equi upiicatTin uIp- as spring. Colors will sparkle, FURNITURE ri ou Seales vibrant and gay. You'll look SUPPLIES and feel wonderful. Prompt Delivery Dial SHerwood 2-2589 LAUNDRY - DRY CLEANING - SWOE REPAIRING 570 MULBERRY STREET COMPLIMENTS of GEORGIA KRAFT COMPANY Macon, Georgia DAIRY PRODUCTS THAT CARRY THIS LABEL... ARE GRADE ‘‘A’’— ALL THE WAY! DAIRY PRODUCTS COMPARE PET WITH ANY OTHER Compliments of JACKSON OLDSMOBILE, South Macon's First Men's Store'' INC. CLANCE BROTHERS 717 Third Street MEN’S SHOP MACON, GEORGIA 3747 Houston Avenue Phone SH 6-4210 Sales Service SAM HALL SONS 555 BartleH Street SH 6-2737 Sidewalks Driveways Swimming Pools Sanitary and Storm Sewers Grading and Excavating Crane and Bulldozer Rental MACKEY FURNITURE COMPANY “We Completely Furnish Your Home” Dial SH 5-9048 1744 Broadway Macon, Georgia DIXIE CLEANERS Dial SH 5-1033 3113 Pio Nono Avenue Ne South's Best—One-Hour Service GY LELAN oC Home of the Willingham Rams' Golf Team WARNER ROBINS HIGHWAY NEAR COCHRAN FIELD Macon, Georgia SH 6-401! CREDIT BUREAU of MACON and COLLECTION SERVICE “Guard Your Credit as a Sacred Trust” 791 Poplar Street Phones — SH 3-3771, SH 2-7581 Compliments of RAYMOND HAMMOCK Better New and Used Cars “Home of Quality Cars” Phone SH 6-2036 833 Third Street Phone SH 3-2214 Macon, Georgia KAY HINSON’S BEAUTY SALON " An Eska Franchise’ STYLISTS Jackie Hart Martha Ann Holloway Bobby Shapley Kay Hinson 2968 Houston Ave. SH 3-396] SOUTHSIDE VARIETY STORE Compliments School Supplies, Toys, Gifts, of Patterns, Sewing Needs, Hardware, Household Items THE TRADING POST 3677 Houston Avenue Macon, Georgia 484 First Street SH 3-2678 VARSITY DRIVE-IN “Fine Foods and Fast Service’ 1510 Forsyth Street SH 2-6114 AMERICAN OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. “Everything for the Office” 552 Mulberry Street Macon, Georgia WESTGATE BARBER SHOP WELCH'S FLOWER SHOP L. L. RICKS, Owner sie a treet We Will Appreciate Your — Head in Our Business Phone SH 2-7084 Telephones: ‘Our Flowers Express Your Thoughts’ Business 746-5454 Residence SH 3-0196 FAILE’S PHARMACY 3272 PioNono Avenue Macon, Georgia PHONE SH 5-046] QUALITY ORTHOPEDIC SHOE REPAIRING WORK MONDY’S SHOES 3985 HOUSTON AVE. PIO NONO PLAZA " Shoes for the Entire Family " ' AT SAVINGS YOU WON'T BELIEVE Children's Corrective Shoes O. L. MONDY SH 2-2847 GOOD WILL NURSING HOME MRS. C. R. LOCKHART, Owner A Home Away from Home Good Home-Cooked Meals Religious Service Sundays Prayer Meetings Weekly " And the King shall answer and say unto them Verily | say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me. " Matthew 25:40 4373 HOUSTON AVENUE SH 2-1246 PIO NONO HOGGS HARDWARE NURSERY HOUSTON AVENUE Complete Line of Shrubbery and DRUG STORE Garden Supplies Complete Line of Paints 456| Pio Nono Avenue Your Rexall Store 4096 Houston Avenue Phone SH 5-4788 PHONE SH 2-4731 MAGNOLIA COURT AND GRILL, INC. Air Conditioned Restaurant 4739 Houston Road BARNEY A. SMITH MOTORS 663 Third Street © Macon, Georgia Phone SH 6-5010 Compliments ° QUICK SNAK CAFE 2672 Pio Nono Avenue MRS. SAM STEPHENS, Owner K. B. AND WAYNE OLMSTEAD K. B. SERVICE STATION 4509 Houston Avenue Phone SH 3-9684 MACON, GEORGIA MAGIC CHEF E. RAYMOND SMITH DRIVE-IN NEW USED CARS, INC. Curb Service 814 Third Street Pig and Beef Sandwiches Hamburgers 1471 Rocky Creek Road ABOUT BEING A GOOD NEIGHBOR We strive to be helpful and to par- ticipate in things that are good for our community. Every day is to us another opportunity for service, a chance to do something in behalf of our friends and neighbors. The Horton-lvey Funeral Home renders the very finest funeral serv- ice. We provide excellent facilities and a most competent staff. All these things are our way of being a good neighbor. HORTON-IVEY FUNERAL HOME SH 6-811 3275 PIO NONO AVENUE Freddie L. Horton Indianapolis 7, Indiana HERFF JONES Manufacturing Jewelers and Stationers NATHAN MORGAN, JR. Telephone GLendale 2-2129 341 N. Irwin Street Milledgeville, Ga. CAPS AND GOWNS CLINT LEE DIPLOMAS JIMMY'S AUTO PARTS Oil, Gas, and Auto Repairs We specialize in automatic transmission work. 3271 Houston Avenue SH 2-990! MEMORIAL tio Scams CHAPEL Ne FUNERAL PUN! mca DIRECTORS Compliments of MACON LINEN SERVICE EVERETT SAMMONS WILLIAM A. SNOW Compliments of KERNAGHAN, INC. DIAMONDS — WATCHES — SILVER 419 Cherry Street Compliments ° DEAL'S LUGGAGE STORE Compliments 365 Third Street f Westgate Shopping Center ° THE FIRST NATIONAL For the Finest in Photography BANK TRUST COMPANY HINTERMEIER'S-UTLEY STUDIO MACON, GEORGIA 408 Second Street SH 2-285! In Macon " Your Full Service Bank'' T. L. IVEY Groceries, Fresh Meats and Country Produce 2396 SECOND STREET 4276 Broadway Macon, Georgia DAGWOOD DELOACH BARBER SHOP " Air Conditioned” " We Need Your Head in Our Business " FOR COMPLETE NEWS COVERAGE HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS FEATURES - PICTURES READ Che Macon Telegraph THE MACON NEWS Middle Georgian BDaveorte Jewipapes =the World News of th L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY Class Rings . Club Insignia . Honor Awards . College Fraternity Jewelry . Medals . Trophies . Commencement Invitations . Diplomas . Personal Cards THAD WILKINS 361 E. Paces Ferry Road Tel. CE 3-2200 Atlanta 5, Georgia CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ‘62 Every senior will be given a savings ac- count of $1.00 in recognition of his achievement upon presenting his annual to Home Federal Savings and Loan As- sociation. GROUND FLOOR BANKERS INSURANCE BLDG. J. E. TIMBERLAKE, JR., President HUGH H. HILL, Vice Pres. SAM P. LAMBACK, Manager OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS J. E. TIMBERLAKE, JR., President SAM P. LAMBACK, Sec'ty and Treas. HUGH H. HILL, Vice President C. O. McAFEE, Vice President DIRECTORS Tom Flournoy, Jr. T. Baldwin Martin Cubbedge Snow, Jr. Hugh H. Hill C. O. McAfee David W. Thornton Sam P. Lamback Chris R. Sheridan J. E. Timberlake, Jr. William A. Snow HOME FED! SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MACON 100 Bankers Insurance Building MACON, GEORGIA Congratulations Class of °62 SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY HADDEN’S RESTAURANT Catering to Parties and Banquets 4451 Houston Avenue Macon, Ga. PHON E 5-907! 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