Airport High School - Aquila Yearbook (West Columbia, SC)

 - Class of 1974

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Q ' 1 5 1 , f 1 I - i 1-.1 L ' 2 if 2 'x : ' C f 73 Y V-fi Y l iii fig 4, H' i , . - " " , Y 11.1-?s f , 7 f ii. , f f - l : -1 ,-f , Fa 1' S lf' 3' ,iii iii - f I ' i,?f" 3 , , -1 -W ??4, R ..- gf i - QFEE ' if --iii. f-'Z' V 5- - X Y' ' ' X X .2 f-v XN N Juniors Receive Class Rings 1. Shelby McKay receives her ring after she makes her final payment. 2. One proud Junior holds his ring oui to show everyone. 3. Tommy Nunn and Denise Mincey compare the difference in boy's and girI's rings. 4. Pauia Gregg and Mike Edenfieid compare rings. i 4 V I N9 lg ,LEM Q D I A H S Drama Department Jacquot . . . Rosalie ...... Greta Schelegel Schelegel .... Marco ....... Princess Olga . Strong Man . . Gladys Zuwicki Gloria Zuwicki . Lili ........ Paul ........ Card Girl .... Horrible Henry Renardo ..... Margarita . . . Cast . . . . . . . .Marty Hilyer . . . . . . Tracey Neese . . . . .Terry Edwards . . . Lawrence Murphy . . . Tommy Lightsey . . . . .Debbie Jumper . . . . .Jimmy Kirkland . . . . Rhonda Kirkland . ..... Lib Bourne .......Cindy Read . . .Stan McQuatters . ..... Cissie Betts ..... Tommy Mungo . . . . Steve Oswald . . . Debbie Atkins .A My X554 . Fr!!! , JE? ,. ' Fi? Floustabouts: Tim Kell, Allan Goings, Tommy Mungo, Steve Oswald. Bluebird Girls: Susan Eagle, Kathy Kirby, Rhonda Kirkland, Sherri lVlcKnight. Gypies: Gloria Campbell, Linda Teal, Lynette Dowd, Vicki Grimes. Harem Girls: Libby Seegars, Deb- bie Pritchard, Venetia Bradshaw, Terry Greenwald. Clowns: Denise Warren, Tim Stout, Cal Maddox. .NlHtni 'I' u 1 40, .CE PM .AS QSM, Lis Y MID ,V X rg X , 501. lil satisfy T Airports Talented Students During the years, the AHS drama department has kept a consistently high standard for high school drama. Formerly known for plays such as Brigadoon, Diary of Anne Frank, Anastasia and others, the drama departments latest accomplishment was "Carnival", the first musical since "The Sound of Music" in 1970. "Carnival" was written by Merrill and Stewart, and was produced with permission of Tams-Whitmark Music Library, Inc. The Production staff con- sisted of Bill Ackerman, conductor, Participate ln Musical sal Ellen Betts, Student Directorg Connie Britt, Director, Frances Maddox, Musical Directorg and Cleo Wofford, Choreographer. The drama department would like to thank all those who helped with the production, especially the Art depart- ment, the band, Miss Cay Kessler and the gymnastics, team, and Mr. Moore. 1 l I 17 Ecology Day ls Well Mr. Cobb and Bill Crosby prepare for a hard day's work. Students climb on a truck full of recycable paper. Bob Godley wraps grass inside plastic. Mrs. Gardner watches as students prepare to sprig grass. Received By Students lf 0 ' 34 7 5 Aww 2 . - v I l ,, .MJ 5. Students walt for more newspaper and boxes to be delivered. 6 8 10. Some students pick the hard jobs. , . mopping the floor, 7. Jeff Greenaway digs a hole to plant a tree. 8 8. 9. Students sprig grass. l 4 4. wr V, Powder Puff 1. Phil Horton crowns Mike Chavis, Miss Powderpuff. 2. Barbara Budnek didn't quite make the tackle she tried for. 3. Mike Chavis, Joe Anderson, John Gunter, Ronald Williams, David Stanley, Pat McGurie, Larry Nance, Ken Carter, and Dan Pinkston were the contestants competing for Miss Powderpuff. 4. Cindy Lewis carries the ball for the seniors. 5. Melissa Owens carries for the seniors only to be tackled. ROTC Awards Day L Www " 'Q' ,,,, ,. as-ffilfffy .., 1. Doug Snyder receives Superior Cadet Award. 2. Members of the faculty who participated in the ROTC Awards Day. 3. Mrs. Lown, President of the American Legion Auxiiary presents Larry Woodruff the Scholastic Excellence Award. 4. Squad of cadets leaving the drill field. 5. Color guard - Allen Etheridge, James Jones, Shelton Elliott, and Willie Robinson. 6. Mr. Moore presents ROTC medals. fc' ,gig -fx- A:-,, 7 L-'J K Ml. A K .QM -N Q -4 w-v"h Ev--ni V.,, . , x A 6 Student Government Expands ' J f T 4 . " ar., 1 4' ,Q :Q f' ilk if uk 1 Ea . s fb -'L i.'EE.. 'w ,J ' .-r ' 'L . . -A 3 1, fi: K 13 W 3' ,tp ful' 1,1 r tif' ' , fe. V -we . T., f S 5 4, 5 . rf- af' if f. . - . 1 1 Lu 1.4 .' E gt. .A A . ... ., H... . .- W2 -:ff . 1 ' 'V ...fur r It : L L I' , ...., ..,.. , a -me-ss: i K , ' 1 4, A ot..un,:i ,Mid . pr, ,, tg - L. 'ini-AT? r -f . .g n N ,re or--,,-,,,sx,Lf'4' .f t,M,:4V. ,, A 1-'21 I , N " ,fl I :.. . '. .. - f.. 5.3-5 .f. ' 1217! .e-..,:': s -',,e1.., -sm. : if ' dj: ., ff 0 ......-1.,,,...., ' ., , M -, , , 1 K N.. A .., . sow: Tommy Ligntsey - Vice-President Dana Atkinson - Treasurer Rocky Rietkovicn - President Deborah Washington - Secretary f M f , ,W , nf' 1, , ,, My ,L f Q , - mf " ww f - . . ' - . rw p was-,af ,. .. f' MM f f , , A 4 . A A Zi-1 :H ' uoskw-il , :I .Q -Adi? f-af as X 7 xtvk M Q A sg t . 6 35 , M A ., an Q A X L To Make Room For One IVlore 'RM ,n 11-,114 I ,n' I I n' ,f,i ' 1 lnii' ,fad nll':n',' I 1 1':' n 4 llll'-- nu " 1 . 7.6.2814 Gail Hutchins guards the ballot boxes as Students cast their votes. Students circle the candidates names they have chosen. 1. Sl U, 3. 5. . .fwib Y" .Y 1 Charlie Turner. and Dana Atkinson compete for Treasurer. Carolyn Sightler. Deborah Washington. and Joel Grigsby are the candidates for Secretary. Nan Covington candidate for secretary. Gary Ray. and Tommy Lightsey candidates for Vice Presi- dent. Wayne Birchmore. Ken Carter, and Rocky Ftietkovich - candidates for President, aev U unulg' 'Q ts Z A 'a - - - :-9vf:"s. Awards. . Awards. .Awards . .Awards pf' ,j'fiVfwfgf, ' 'i ffii'f'f2v ,T Hx. -gif: l A , 4 i ta 'rtit 'Q ,v 45l,,'w:L ,, if 4 at l .:,v , -f-,,f. :Z I n I 'Y fir' .5 5, I A if E A 'xv 1 cv, 'f Q f 5 "Z51"f4'. 3511 f 4, " 4, J, .gg 5 I Vi 4 -. E ark I X Lf L ,ri ,D .. ,mb N V N ' 5 'ft' -,. , ' 4, "Qs, ' 3 H . ,:,. K1 . cs: m av qw-w-we , :. ,S an :kr 'M I In .U L . .8 3 l I ll . !fQ..- l l Paula Gregg awards Mrs. Maddox with the Caskey Award. Shannon Cali receives the John Philip Sousa Award. Barbara Budnek - Choosen best first year student on the annual staff. Coach Taylor awards the athletes. Phil Vaughn receives his letter for athletic manager. Bob Godley receives his certificate for track. Terry Fertlck accepts a gift from Mrs. Gardner for Outstanding FTA member. Mike Vaughn is awarded a mallot and cer- tificate for President of SC high school Library Association. Awards . . Awards . .Awards . .Awards 1 ' gm.-J . Q4 5. 4 fm K as N ,. , -f , it 1 2 3 4 5 6 Students receive their cer- tificates for being choosen junior marshalls. Mrs. Maddox presents Tim Franklin with a plaque for Outstanding Chorus Student. Miss Kessler distributes cer- tificates to the girl crab soccer teams. Dottie Derrick receives a plaque for the highest score on the National Math exam. Nellie Bonner accepts a eagle from the French Club. Mr. Ackerman distributes his certificates for band members. Anyone For Blue And Gray? After purple and yellow anything would seem good but our plaid annual was in a class by itself. Actually the cover was a accident. Everyone was discussing cover design's and someone mentioned plaids. The joke turned into reality-since we liked the plaid we used it. Our major change was to eliminate the dedication and pick four outstanding teachers. The four teachers choosen were: Mr. Ken Smith, Miss Kay Kessler, Mrs. Sandra Dodd, and Mr. George Smith. The annual staff broke tradition when we decided to change to a 8V2 by 11 book from a 9 by 12. We found we could include just as many pictures on a smaller page and have a bigger book for the same price. T . 3-if Lge? eg l Summer Football '73 This summer our football team par- ticipated in an extensive summer training program. They arrived at AHS at 6:30 and started off with a talk from one of the coaches. After the talk they practiced until noon. I. Eagles Prepare For Season t i The team had a few hours break and came back to the school at 4:00. When they returned they practiced plays, exercised, and ran. . . " 45 ,. ' 4 Q :ai -as 'E - f, W s ' an 'F r its Q. ....o . 6 V .r y W... kg.. Y " ,V .,.. ,, 'fl , 1 , ' if-bex' N" In f x W QQ, , 4 A ,sk M Q., . ,,,L,3, - M -r . f A"-H111-sis .. . K L - ' rn., , A AJ A V"2.i'f W' .5 of K K , ,M hit, L 'swat ft W is,'1tt,t:fgt5.f'ifffeff -Lf-Qiijf 592- I?'2.:,,w.?3et-",1s'f'gr'r 4 va 1 ' I-?J1m',g4f'E'ii2Q ' ,r R , 5 5 M10 nffi -'wiv' 1 rr ff mffff-'tm pt5,?7:,5,g'-.,.,ff'Ltn, fav' Qin xljimfy MW .uw Awzyfiff435i.5g,,g,Mk1 t fi! ffk 'jghifgh f li' 7935 'bf "JY , . Lf 5 1,-Q4-V gg, MPX, ,Q ie, ff, A, ,aft ny, Av 23-lg,f,?F,aJag,:1,,k,"' .r5.yf,.-so L, M-,ffsy fu' 48" .ig r ,L v-.wiv 1 -wg' s:5ff'rfwa, A .. ifikkfvrwsfiih was Dlmiaswgfi 3 The day ended at 8:00. ack? 'Zh School Begg,-,S w ?.12..4.if3f'fsi Tris X is Q we M FU Marr 3 If . .--.WMM fall .gh . ,. T74.f""' '49 1 ' 1. .1 -W' f f M, .NM 7' if K K! it 3 M. 1 , s Z if + 5 Q as .W The first day of school always starts off with excite ment and fun. Everyone gets to see all their old friends again and talk about what happened ln the summer. 1. Our cheerleaders and interested students took time out in the summer to make signs welcoming the students back to Airport. 2. Wayne Birchmore speaks to the senior class. 3. The Freshman class sits in confusement. 5. Members of the senior class meet in the lobby to talk. 6. One of the many signs hung in and around the school. 7. The Freshmen sitting and listening to the speakers. 8. Student arriving at the school. 9. Mrs. Hempley, senior class sponsor, speaks to the sen ior class + 1 llllllllll New Horizons: A Total Q-..:.ai Mini Courses were originated to make school life more interesting. Instead of going to school and taking math, English, and Science the student is given the oppor- tunity to take courses that are tuned to his interests. One mini course is to be taken one half the year and another the last half. 1. Reverend Covington, pastor of Platts Springs Methodist Church, recently spoke to the members of the Religion mini course. 2 81 4. Doug McDougal, disc jockey for WCOS radio station, speaks to the radio broadcasting class. 3. A deputy from the Lexington County Sherriffs, Metro Squad reveals the dangers of drugs, to the Drug Abuse class. mhsi 1 Student Experience si l EW 3:12 ww-vmwmw 904 . . ' l , M ,.l....... wwM',,,,... tw . l 12,5 3,4 Dale Balles, from Joyful Alternative explains the poetry of music to Miss Blythe's Folkflilock class. Mark Griener. a basketball player from USC talks to students in the Gamecock Basketball class. Ki Airport Wins Against Batesburg - A ii tt- '- The 1973 Lexington County Sportsarama was a big success for the Eagles as well as the Student Body. The year got off to a good start as our football team scored their first victory. The Eagles played in the last quarter against Batesburg-Leesville and emerged victorious with the score Airport 6, Batesburg-Leesville - 0. T s , - H -3 ,111 Leesville In Sportsarama .mz'fg:f' ' .. .ca-27 . M-Qzsfsf -ws- Q . isis-QSFN-Sus ua-'TEH 'S'f9t2- --52:1 .V s . - 1 at A to . its Q, s 'Nw Student Council Goes it 5' s Q i This year the AHS student council tried outa new idea for the benefit of the student council members - a weekend workshop. The purpose of the workshop was to provide the school with better, more competent leaders, leaders who would fulfill their obligations and help the school in any possible way. If 5 ,M Q 9:5 is I WM To lndian Valley Much of the workshop weekend was spent in meetings and committee work. Talks were given by Mr. Smith and Rocky Riekovich on the duties and responsibilities of student council members. The weekend, was by no means all work and no play. In fact, many of our distinguished faculty members were the subjects of numerous pranks. All in all it was a very enjoyable and rewarding ex- perience for those who participated. if i?? '.-,ggi.flV.ww A Q K Yi N t Q i i S- 5: DispIay's And Staff In Library Reflect we A gm! fw W was W. QN ii x f ff f W f ,, vw ,, 1' , .,,,.,,wzv ji fl' 38 x 'L..,,.- 2 Bury my heart at wounded knee carries out key theme of Indian Day. Mr. Cobb practices his archery in observence of Indian Day. Mrs. Hicks arranges display for Indian Day. Mrs. Wise practices Indian signs and language. Library display window shows off Indian relics. Mood Of American Q. ttf ndian Day 1 and 2. Show case at the entry of the library snows indian relics. 3 and 4. Jerry Teal works to get a projector ready - one of the many duties as a library assistant. 55532335335 if -i fflisiii -uw. li f 41 X 9 AHS Contributes The lVIost In Bike Ride 41 ffl! y. L10 ll 'c ds. Epsilon Sigma Alpha, a women's service sorority, sponsored a 31,000,000 Bike Ftide for St. Jude's Hospital. The Student Council and all interested students were ask- ed to help with the ride by finding sponsors, who would pay a certain amount of money for each mile the rider peddled. f i f d ,g 4 , f Q24 ? 4 . e- -Slat, 'zv:1nmaEAugr'::A ':--'fr 1 v- -lfw e .1 - .H--1' Q For St. Judes Hospital New Qi:-' K ff 2 - ttgliii ll Elm rx titvi fi t St. Judes hospital specializes in treatment for different types of cancer such as lukemia, and Hodgkins disease. The hospital charges no fee for their services and is com- pletely financed by contributions such as the Bike Ride. A trophy was awarded to Airport from ESA for providing over one third of the total amount of contributions. ' it-'I I aw 3 ik 41 . meiii' SQ , i ls Miss Aquila Relevant? Two Opinions I 1. 2. 3. I 4.85. Rocky Rietkovich served as the master of ceremonies. Steve Bassett, Judy Hodgens, and Worth Lineberry served as judges. Mrs. Maddox and Mrs. Bassett provided the background music. Mike Gregory and Ricky Lanier provided music during the intermission. Contest Provides Interest This question can be answered with another "Relevant to what?" To give an answer, we will say "yes", it is relevan to the school and student body. Beside coming tl school daily to study certain subjects and eventuall' graduate, there should be many activities to maki attending school more interesting and challenging. We at Airport High are fortunate to have many o these activities offered to us and one of course thi Miss Aquila Contest. This is a competion contest fo the female student body. But does every girl have 4 chance to get into the contest? Yes she does. To star with, any girl can place or have her named placed on 2 list which is sent to her homeroom. The list is ther narrowed down to the largest number of nomination: in each grade. Through the process of elimination which is carried out by the voting of students 20 girl: are chosen from each grade to attend the Miss Aquila Contest. On the eve of the event a panel of judge: select five finalists from each grade and out of these five girls one is chosen Miss Aqula. By girls competing for Miss Aquila and the stu dent body casting their votes for their favorite contest tant, everybody is involved in an activity which make: school a little more interesting. The opinion of the writer of this article is that ex- tra activities and competions such as the Miss Aquila Contest, among students, makes attending school 2 little more pleasant and worthwhile. Doesn't Make Sense By Larry Hoffman "The Miss Aquila Contest" is neither relevant tc Airport High or to the students who participate. The first and most obvious complaint that is voic- ed is by the girls who didn't make it. Around the cami pus during voting time you can't go too far withou, hearing "I just knew I wouldn't make it. I'm just noi POPULAR enough if you know what I mean." Or you might hear, t'It's all a plot against me! Those peopl don't even count votes, they just sit around in som closet and name whom ever they want. I mean, ho else could I lose?" I Although such attitudes are either false or sd widely paranoid that they don't make sense' nevertheless there are some legitimate complaints One such complaint comes from the seniors. It woulc seem that with so many students graduating early around twenty of the "Miss Senior" contestants were sophomores last year. Even with putting all the complaints aside, the 'Miss Aquila Contest" doesn't make too much sense Why should so many people get upset? Do we really need to pick "the most beautiful, wonderful, and bes' girl of Airport High?" I don't know about you, but a group of girls standing in front of a raving mob just doesn't seem right. Of course I can live with the con- test, l've never seen one and I don't expect I ever will But doesn't it seem that electing the girl-without regard to looks-who has during her four years ol school done the most for Airport as "Miss Aquila" in- stead ofthe way the contest is run now be more ap- propriate? s L V h ifi? 1 iv ai is ' .. 3 M- ", i -L ., X , . .,,., fl if k k . . ,Q , Nm. f- ' U:-i f .:. 'f r ' ll ki xf ' 2 ',',' K 3 A ,... . ' 'O Al ' X . Y, 4 ' I Q 4 Y Eva! I V M N -ww if v X 4 x rx .- Q 2 ., 8? 4 1 1 G Q 5 1 -cg., is ,. , ' 4 yaggvx . 5 AS X , 'le ' x , ' x Q ,X 44 V . 'V' L ' E Q Q A -A gk I Aff, s- Q54 0 W? -ff-'f Miss Sophomore KE :- S 2 N t ar Q 'w 5? Q. 5 :.-:.,. , . x . 4 XL: + s 'E' ' .f Y' S Participants From Senior And 9 Senior Beauties Pam Person Cheryl Dorn Sharon Godley Amelia Davis Denise Barnes Dana Atkinson Paula Gregg Susan Eagle Deborah Washington Patty Williams Dale Yarborough Anna Homewood Dianne Lee Cindy Coleman Lynn Knight Jane Hawley Lew Ann Parham Angie Atkinson Linda Litton Lynn Hicks s runner-up Jane Hawley 2nd runner-up Lynn Hicks Junior Classes Vie For Titles Junior Beauties 1st runner up Dianne Bethune 2nd runner up Dorenda Gregg 41. Susan Geiger 43. Susan Homewood 45. Cindy Brown 47. Gloria Locklear 49. Cindy Brady 51. Sandra Howe 53. Cindy Smith 55. Robin Price 57. Renee Cassidy 59. Renee Rushing 60. Cindy Duncan 58. Dianne Bethune 56. Vicki Shumpert 54. Charlene Turner 52. Beverly Bowen 50. Pam Mack 48. Mary Ann McHugh 46. Bari Goff 44. Dorenda Gregg 42. Nan Covington V 1 .li ft Q i wp, ' Sophomores And Freshmen l f ' f ' A F Sophomore x .. Q1,,,, t - . Beauties 21. Marla Dybvlk 23, Jan Hirsch 25. Melody Childs 27. Teresa Boozer 29. Susan Ingham 31. Bobbie West 33. Denise Daniels 35. Nancy Hallman 37. Brenda Gunter 39. La Donna Shumpert 40. Tanya Hall 38. Cindy Gose 36. Holly Hodges 34. Kim Allen 32. Lisa Butler 30. Patty Outlaw 28. Renee Campbell 26. Kathy Snipes 24. Beth Clark 22. Claudia Drlskell 1st runner-up Brenda Gunter 2nd runner-up Renee Campbell N'.L . ' T- HV L 74 , ,, Compete For Class Titles. '34 Freshman Beauties 1st runner-up Cecelia Coleman 2nd runner-up Connie Turner Donna Rushing Beth Thompson Kathy Mosteller Anne Geddings Evon Hill ' Renee Apperson Susan Drew Trely Watford Cecelia Coleman Kim O'Shea Connie Turner Valerie Ferguson Tambra Tuten Debbie Mungo Flenee Stevens Terry Smith Lisa Hancock Pam Posey Tammy Bass Cindy Moore X Relevant? The Miss Aquila Contest may seem irrelevant to people who have never competed or been involved with it but those who are involved find that a closeness develops between the contestants because of the ner- vousness and self-confidence needed. If someone were to ask one of the people on this page if the contest was worth the time or money put into it we are certain the answer would be yes. it Homecoming '73 . , Wx ages . .J-1 1. Eagle in trouble 2. Glee Club to the rescue 3. Airports musicians strike again 4. Sammy Brown 5. Renee Stevens 8. Freddie Joy 6. Jane Hawley 8. Marty Williams Seniors Present Winning Float SSX W 58' E l l 3 , ll Seniors have winning float Juniors prepare fo parade Airporl's facult members judge thi floats No applause, jus throw money Shirley Adams 8. Ruth Jackson Beth Clark 81 Randy Moorer Sherdine Larkin 81 Kozie Brown The Ff6Shm6I'1 SFS f6,Edy Miss Kessler lights bonfire 3, Sophomores look deter- 1' mined Airport students show spirit at bonfire Lynette Watford 81 Duane Johnson Lynn Hicks 81 Jimmy Robertson Dana Atkinson 81 Ken Carter Homecoming Highlights Wig, Sherdine Larkin Crowned '73'-'74' Homecoming Queer i i E 2 1 1. Mr. Moore crowns Sherdine Larkin as the 73- 74 Homecoming Queen 2. Dana Atkinson and Sandra Howe, 73-74 3 Homecoming Attendants 3. Lynn Knight 8. Avery Wilkerson 1 4. Chandra Williams 81 Lorenzo Jones ' 5. Sandra Howe 81 Mike Edenfield i . f A Academics . . . Academics ,ff Col. Frances Weir speaks to the Pet- ticoats and Politics Class. Poet in residence, Patricia Henley takes over. Creative students builds a parthenon. Vicki Bragg, and Gloria Campbell exer- cise their acting talent. Airport student hard at work. Representative from Moore's travel trailer center speaks to the camping club. Sherry Shealy speaks to the Petticoats in Politics class. ,Q in QQ ' QA Q me . Ii 3 'R si' if Xia X N H, P AX i O . x . 4 .jg M Varsity Cheerleaders-Airport Lynn Hicks "-4, Dana Atkinson-Head Dianne Lee Lynn Knight Terri Free-Mascot -31-H-L, 41? Key To Pep 8i Spirit Q W X i Deborah Washington Mary Ann McHugh Peggy Killion Beverly Bowen Sandra Howe QR J.V. Cheerleaders Junior Varsity Cheerleaders La Donna Shumpert, Holly Hodges, Claudia Driskell, Susan Ingham. 2nd ROW: Judy Taylor, Linda Lanier, Bobby West-Head, Kim Allen, Christy Parnell. B-Team Cheerleaders L it ,W ""' my ,X '- Qfff N , Q- ef' ' wfwf" iv T"P,!fP""" R ,, ,E -if mf. 'A ,,jM"f I .. are ,.,, A we ..:. .... . Mf's'l 5' . - -1' -vs?-A' W B-Team Cheerleaders Rene Stevens, Debbie Bailey, Susan Drew, Cecelia Coleman, Evon Hill, Tammy Bass, Cindy Glenn, Renee Apperson, Terry Pleasant. """ 1 5 :::x::.1:.12'-1217-'5 "' 5:13:17-Iii,-'1 ii , Avia """"'f.'."':.'."'1':.I"'I.'Qf.'J. :.::: V"""'S Annual Staff Works Hard Tc .v0""Vg Mr. David Cobb-Advisor Sharon Godley-Activities Editor Susan Eagle-Activities fans, ,. ,Mx Paula Gregg-Classes Editor There are a few things that make the annual staff of 74 special like: Hotlips, The sparrow or the 85 pound sex symbol, Smiths last year, and Marty. But to us the best part of all was Mr. Cobb with all his hard work and patience and Miss Schneider who kept things going. So we the annual staff would like to dedicate this small portion of the book to our sponsors. Also we would like tu thank the Eyrie Staff for putting up with us and making the year a lot smoother than we ever imagined. Bari Goff-Faculty Editor Cindy Duncan-Business Editor .flake 1974 Annual! PB 'WSF w -..K':,,as Q :ii ..., e.,'xf.-'U nge' Ni .w""!l""'Q Bill Crosby-Sports Editor Ned Davis-Sports Editor Marty Hilyer-Activities Tommy Lightsey-Classes Linda Lanier-Classes I Debbie Smith-Opening and Closing law!-W! 'G'-fix' ?'f--..,.w-'awk Mubf .,f"""" Tina Turner-Faculty Nan Covington-Index Mark Hendrix-Sports Tracey Truesdale-Sports Sherry Furbringer-Index Miss Harriett Schneider-Advisor AHS Eyrie Staff 73-74 Editor-Larry Hoffman Sponsors-Wanda Smith, Karen Hudson. Editors-Tanya Hall-Business, Margie Gilliam-Editorials, Kathy Jacobs-Features, Lynette Dowd-Sports, Joni Robins- Exchange, Faith Atwood-Exchange. Typists-Lawrence Murphy, Judy Grice, Barbara Campbell, Vicky Spitzmesser. 12 X, !'1f"'il A s if A fl ,,, ,-W . :EEE ' 1 N fffffifmw .. - --Jw.. .wzgtiis Kaiba? 1 !x .H+ i WM' 552' 4522 , 3, ...,,.,, i ., . 3 "WW humans' , Emfmnfauwsw H jg K if 5 2 F in -if if 2127? ss:-'J' 5 ' A Eyrie Covers All Aspect. Sports ROW ONE-Tanya Hall, Lynette Dowd-editor, Vicki Spitzmesser. 2nd ROW-Faith Atwood, Randy Warren, Chuck Chavis, Sharon Gordick, Mylinda Long. News SITTING-Mike Dennis STANDING-Vicki Spitzmesser, Barbara Campbell, Debbie Jones, Angela Anderson, Judy Grice, Chuck Chavis, Margie Gillam, Mylinda Long. .paw A fa, 4' f WQQAWIIW , L JN Q ,v Q 1 v.. ' or 4 M7 F , ,f Df Airport rs?- Features-ROW 1-Faith Atwood, Kathy Jacobs, Tanya Hall. SECOND ROW-Lawrence Murphy Barbara Campbell, Joni Flobins, Angela Anderson, Sharon Gordick, Randy Warren. Managing Editor-Kathy Sightler. Editorals-SITTING-Angela Anderson, Larry Hoffman, Judy Grice. STANDING-Mike Dennis Margie Gilliam, Barbara Campbell, Lawrence Murphy. MAN. 5-W' Band Swings Into 74 9 ,.. W W L, . A ,f , I Q .A , Rusty Pruett, Drum Major All County-1st ROW-Archie Senn, Dennis White, Jeanie Thornton, Bunny Cordell, Judy Floyd, Pam Posey, Larry Hall, Ronald Davis. 2nd ROW-Rusty Pruett, Rusty Furtick, Janet Rucker, Mary Rogers, Lesley Kennedy, Tim Allen, Walter Walker, Stan Dowd. 3rd ROW- David Floyd, Steve Isbell, Pam Hawes, Chuck Fowler, Charles Hall, Joel Grigsby, Dennis McEntire, Clifton Shealy. ALL STATE-Walter Walker, Steve Isbell, Charles Hall, Mary Rogers, Ronald Davis. Band ll Spring concert CENTRAL REGION-1st ROW-Tim Allen, Stan Dowd, Mary Rogers, Larry Hall, Ronald Davis. 2nd ROW-Steve Isbell, Chuck Fowler, Charles Hall, Dennis McEntire. OFFICERS AND BAND COUNCIL-Rusty Pruett-Drum Major, Pam Mack-Ass. Drum Ma- jor, Mark Young-Pres. Janet Rucker-Vice Pres., Tina Turner-Sec., David Floyd, Macky Shaw. Mary Rogers, Debbie Mungo, Gale Hutchins, Leslie Kennedy, Stan Dowd. nw Schedule The Marching Eagles A-f 'f ,-,svn ,if at A A L. 1. Bill Ackerman-Band Sponsor 2.,3.,4. Band ll Spring concert ball game. . ,fe U ws Q 3 ij, A 5. Marching band performs during the Airport vs B.C. foo . . QlMlll N Y . . Dhorus Presents Fantastic Christmas wr as ritz? Mum 1 ,Suk ,. ,fig .. -'--nl-.- as Q 4' . Q . W -..Ria I 3 'Y ,poi 4'G"i 4 Concert The chorus performs in gym for their parents and the com- munity. Scene from the Christmas Assembly. Mrs. Francis Maddox, chorus sponsor, plays as Mrs. Basset, 1st semester practice teacher, looks on. 71 Twenty-nine Students Make A K il 1 2. 3. Madrigal FIRST ROW Gloria Roberts Dorenda Gregg Phylis Hydrick SECOND ROW Donna Huggins Terri Edwards Cindy Coleman Cindy Neese Cindy Clark. THIRD ROW-Ro! Pleasant Bob Livingston Denni. White Mark Lawson. FOURTH ROW4 Gary Futral, Joe Sossaman, Randy Spires, Terry Boyce. Boys Quartet-Tim Kell, Davic Newhouse, Ricky Lanier, Tommy Nunn Officers-Cathy House-accompanist Paula Gregg, Donna Huggins, Lynr Knight and Cindy Coleman-Librarians Cindy Neese-Secretary, Dorenda Gregg-Vice President, Ricky Lanier- President. i All-State-1st ROW-Cindy Duncan, Paula Gregg, Cathy House, Gloria Roberts, Rhon- da Sloan, Vicki Shumpert, Rhonda Allen. 2nd ROW-Judy Wilson, Terry Edwards, Gloria Campbell, Deborah Washington, Amy Willard, Lynn Knight, Cindy Coleman, Dorenda Gregg, 3rd ROW-Deborah Pritchard, Teresa Boozer, Sherri McKnight, Gary Futral, Dennis White, Roy Pleasant, Randy Spires. 4th ROW-Steve Oswald, Ricky Lanier, David Newhouse, Tim Kell, Bob Livingston, Tommy Nunn, Tim Stout. Acapella Choir-1st ROW-Paula Gregg, Jeanette DeWeese, Cindy Duncan, Dorenda Gregg, Vicki Shumpert. 2nd ROW-Cathy House, Beverly Snipes, Anna Homewood. Gloria Roberts, Phyliss Hydrick, Rhonda Sloan. 3rd ROW-Terry Latham, Toni Richburg, Amy Willard, Kathy Beard, Cindy Neese, Lew-Ann Parham. 4th ROW-Donna Huggins, Deborah Washington, Mike Davis, Gary Futral, Dennis White, Roy Pleasant, Lynn Knight, Cindy Coleman, Patty Williams. 5th ROW-Tracey Truesdale, Mark Lawson, David Newhouse, Freddie Joy, Tim Kell, Joe Sossaman, Bob Livingston, Tommy Nunn, Randy Spires. Girls Octet-Paula Gregg, Lynn Knight, Kathy House, Kathy Beard, Teresa Boozer, Rhon- da Sloan, Anna Homewood, Deborah Washington. 'f Senior 8t Junior Honor Society Senior Honor Society-1st ROW-Joan Shumpert, Cheryl Smith, Brenda Poole, Joyce Wallace, Carla Brooks, Teresa Barrier. 2nd ROW-Gloria Roberts, Deborah Washington, Paula Gregg, Dottie Derrick, Kathy Beard, Debra Jones, Sharon Gor- dick, Ernest Watford. 3rd ROW-Gale Estridge, Jewel Smith, Debra Carson, Jane Hawley, Bobby McLeod, Gale Harsey, David Simpson, Billy Blackmon. 4th ROW- Denise Warren, Edith Hall, Ellen Brock, Judy Grice, Vicki Sykes, Sara Beth Watson, Barbara Campbell, Bob Livingston, David Fuson, Tommy Lightsey, 5th ROW-Cathy House, Robin Quessenberry, Becky Morganroff, Mary Rogers, Lynette Douglas, Jody Graham, Terry Latham, Marion Hite, Rusty Fertick. 8th ROW-Cindy Neese, Cindy Duncan, Carol Paguet. Cookie Woo, Cathy Mitchell, Derek Brown, Lynn Hicks, Dorenda Gregg, Ricky Lanier. 7th ROW-Phyliss Hydrick, Mary Beth Clamp, Karen Dunlap, Edith Hutto, Brenda Lipps, Barbara Locklear, Christy Mosteller, Lori Pereia, Tim Hunter. Bth ROW-Lew Ann Parham, Sheila Sease, Dianne Shuler, Cindy Ron Ross, Melba Weathers, Mark Young, Gary Futeral, David Floyd, Tina Turner, David Rutledge. J' iii 2. Junior Honor Society-1lt ROW-Karen Enlow, Chuck Chavis, Linda Teal, Archie Senn. 2nd ROW-Karen Dunn, Beth Thompson, Anne Gordick, Kathy Pinkston, Sonya Maddox, Kim O'Shea, Rhonda Brown. 3rd ROW-Kathy Neeley, Annette Senn, Melany McKay, Mary Pridgen, Patty Taylor, Pam Posey, Debbie Dominy, Mylinda Long. 4th ROW-Cissy Betts, Sheila Horton, Judy Floyd, Ann Bechtler, Charlene Watkins, Anne Geddings, Techla Fulmer, Gay Adkins, Debbie Bailey, Yvonne Hill, Sharon Pope. 5th ROW-Gary Estridge, Mike Bradley, Tim Craig, Becky Sweatt, Ronald Davis, Angie Dodd, Dennis White, Natalie Anderson, Sharon Cushman, Rhonda Sox, Ceil Clark. 6th ROW-Chuck Corley, Jimmy Shealy, Wallace Crosby, Stan Dodd, Joey Dixon, Lanney Call, Jimmy Dodd, Mark Flcker, Terry Edwards, Greg Biggleman, Steve Oswald, Mike Coustos, Debbie Pritchard, Anne Lucas, Tim Allen, Ricky Mims, Rocky Douglas. KT Tum 'LOU 92743 ? W 'irlwi WDW 'ww W 'Hunan .L1 lVlu Alpha Theta - Quill 8t Scroll Mu Alpha Theta-1st ROW SITTING-Bob Livingston, Janet Hallman, Dottie Derrick, Kathy Beard, Kathy Mitchell. 2nd ROW-Derrek Brown, David Rutledge, Price Harvey, Jane Hawley, Dorenda Gregg, Lib Bourne, Carol Paquet, Deborah Carson, Rhonda Allen, Cookie Woo, Gail Harsey, Lori Periera, Ernest Watford, Bobby McLeod, Gary Futral. 2. Quill And Scroll-LEFT TO RIGHT-Paula Gregg. Anna Homewood, Larry Hoffman, David Simpson, Bill Crosby, Miss Hudson-sponsor, Kathy Jacobs. 1 ,S s, X up X Z F Jr. Civinettes And Via-Service Organizations 1. Jr. Civinetts-1st ROW SITTING-Susan Johnson, Nan Covington, Sharon Godiey, Susan Eagle, Dottie Derrick. 2nd ROW-Angie Atkinson, Dale Yarborough, Susan Johnston, Leslie Kennedy, Mary Rogers, Karen Dunlap. 3rd ROW- sponsor-Mrs. L. Wilson, Cheryl Dorn, Mary Beth Clamp, Lew- Anne Parham, Phyliss Hydrick, Janine Butler, Laura Covington, Tanny Hall. Alpha Via-1st ROW KNEELING-Sandra Stevens, Deborah Washington, Cindy Lee, Mylinda Long. 2nd ROW-Mrs. Wolfe- sponsor, Kristie Mostellor, Denise Warren, Dena Dunn, Angie Dodd. ,, Q- K7 SCC-Chess Club HM, 1. SOC-Janet Hallman, Charlie Turner, Jan Hirsch, Nan 2. Chess Club-1st ROW-Donald Lown, Amelia Strickland, Hut Covington, Cindy Flon Ross. Hutto, Derek Brown, Mylinda Long, Kay Emmons, Donnie Jackson. 2nd ROW-Roderick Richardson, Mike Foust, Ernest Watford, Ronnie Jackson, David Rutledge. 1. BIOCK A-FCA Block A-LEFT TO RIGHT 1st ROW-Marty Williams, Bobby Cockrell, Woody Newton, Melvin Summers, Mike Burr, Mark Lawson, Owens Goff. 2nd ROW-Randy Moorer, Freddie Joy, Tracey Truesdale, Phil Parham, Billy Cushman, Pete Sturkie. 3rd ROW-Tony Kyzer, Ken Carter, Avery Wilkerson, Mike Chavis, Duane Johnson, Keith Jumper, Jay Byars. FCA-LEFT T0 RIGHT 1st ROW-Robby Mooneyhan, Marty Crouch, Owens Goff, Pat McGuire, Ralph Carter, Andy Flister. 2nd ROW-Tracey Truesdale, Mike Gregory, Hut Hutto, Frankie Skinner, Bobby Barton, Steve Shumpert, Billy Cushman. n-n-g-n- szyme :Wap :ASB Nl Spanish-French Clubs Spanish Club-1st ROW LEFT T0 RIGHT-Tommy Lightsey, Cindy Neese, Diane Blanton, Lynn Hicks, Lynn Knight, Paula Gregg, Debbie Smith. 2nd ROW-Michele Denoma, Tim Taylor, Teresa Barrier, Gail Harsey, Edith Hutto, Leslie Kennedy. 3rd ROW-Barbara Campbell, Mary J. Fairhart, Judy Grice, Terry Latham, Lindy Cockrell, Susan Johnson, Vicky Outlaw, Ernie Spires, Dorenda Gregg, Gale Estridge, Dianne Shuler, Mary Beth Clamp, Terry Cockrell, Mrs. Kleckley-sponsor. French Club-1st ROW LEFT T0 RIGHT-Vicky Shumpert, Patty Williams, Cindy Coleman, Renee Gunter, Terry Chaize, Cindy Lee. 2nd ROW-Karen Enlow, Denise Mincey, Janet Hallman, Pam Mack, Denise Abbott. 3rd ROW-Cissy Betts, Susan Geiger, Kim Allen, Cindy Brown. 4th ROW-Mike Davis, Brad Bull, Barbara Locklear, Phyliss Williams, Julie Attaway, Kim Caldwell, Pam Temples, sponsor-Ms. Wiggins. Latin Club FHA Latin Club-1st ROW LEFT T0 RIGHT-Terry Coker, Donna Burbage, Gary Esteridge, Paul Jarvis, Tim Twitty, Renee Howard, Mary Denise Clark, Keith Dwiggens, Mylinda Long. 2nd ROW-Marla Dybvik, Barbara Bradford, Mary Rogers, Bar- bara Campbell, Sharon Snelgrove, Brad Bull, Sharon Pope Venetia Bradshaw, Karen Enlow, Linda Cockreli, Debra Car- son, Rhonda Allen, Shawn Mitchell, Ceil Clark. 3rd ROW-Mrs. Hempley Latin club sponsor, Cookie Woo-Vice President, Cathy Mitchell-President, Carol Paquet-Sec. Tres. v FHA-1st ROW LEFT T0 RIGHT-Mary Jo Husted, Stephanie Johnson, Edye Dawkins, Sherrie Spires. 2nd ROW-Jo Gillespie, Debbie Martin, Sheila Hall, Flobin Templeton. 3rd ROW-Catherine Hite, Becky lmber, Denise Warren, Pam Hawes. DECA O O DECA-1st ROW LEFT TO RIGHT-Sponsors-Miss Mary Alt- man, Mrs. Pandra Warren, Lyn Collingwood, Doug Garvin, Jody Sox, Bubba Smith, Kenny Austin. 2nd ROW-Debbie Walters, Valerie Mondell, Judy Abbott, Lynette Breaux, Susan Johnson, Mark Driggers, Dale Yarborough, Marvin Watson, Helene Brown, Tyrone Kinley. 3rd ROW-Linda Amaker, Ruby Benyard, Connie Spires, Mary Carrino, Erana Chavious, Max- ine Webb, Loretta Chavis, Shirley Stanley, Quinton Jones, Rhonda Jones. 4th ROW-Becky Sinnot, Denise Hyder, Terry Rowlette, Olivia Zeigler, Cindy Britt, Randy Watkins, Kathy Keeney, Ginny Williams, Bonnie Rish, Angel Snelgrove. 5th ROW-Wayne Birchmore, Mary Spires, Cindy LaCons, Mike Fulmer, Steve Rikard, Rick Havird, Tim Jeffcoat, Bruce Sharpe, Johnny Crants. 6th ROW-Mark Baughman, Margie Q Steele, Sally Dillon, Dianne Hook, Shirl Melton, Billy Blackman, Dan Pinkston, David Stanley, Timmy McLendon, Randy Alford, Donald LaCons. 7th ROW-John Reynolds, Debbie Weathers, Pam Woodle, Joe Prouse, Tommy Atkins, Carl Epps. 8th ROW-Kathy Edwards, Cindy Smith, Susan Keaton, Art Manos, Ricky Sharpe, Mike Bailey. 9th ROW-Jeff Coker, Mike Chavis, G. L. Kyzer, Kenny Powell, Larry Fox, Curtis Hooks, Johnny Buckner. 10th ROW-Mike Bouknight DECA one officers-Wayne Birchmore-President, Linda Galloway-Secretary, Mark Baughman-Vice President. Absent Marvin Watson-Tres. DECA two officers STANDING Bonnie Rish-Tres., Sharon Freeman-President, Debbie Weathers- Sec., Pam Woodle-Reporter, Cindy LaCons-Vice President. ' ll.. ,fu if J 3. V ,Q K ROTC Expands To Include 0 if .eww 3 i A Q I 1st ROW-Steve Lail, Morris Mack, Tony Sanders. 2m ROW-Rudy Watts, Frontis Fallaw, James Bone, Doroth' Brown. 3rd ROW-Samuel Brown, James Culler, Anthon' Davis, Brenda Wooten. 4th ROW-Bill McKenna, Steve Kee ble, Daniel Young, Bonnie Inman. Color Guard-Steve Lail, David Goff, Carl Oswald, Jerr' Mclver. Rifle Team-FIRST ROW-Mark Gilliam, Dennis Hammond Joesph Faust, Bobby Mathias, Paul Rhodes. 2nd ROW George Jones, Karl Oswald, David Goff, Keith Dwiggens Thomas Williams. Sgt. Corbin 1st ROW-Mark Gilliam, Paul Rhodes, John Neal. 2nd ROW Joseph Faust, Bruce Jackson, Eddie Hendley, Thomas Williams, Randy Liva, John Witaker, Paulene Byrd. 3r1 ROW-Keith Dwiggens, Nathan Walker, Jerry Branharri Greg Ferguson, Randy Williamson, John Schon. 4th ROW Dennis Hammond, Eddie Jones, Billy Outlaw, Elisa Hino josa. A A N. , ifle Team And Female Cadets -A-M---.J 5 it if Col. Finnerman Mr. Moore address ROTC assembly. Mr. Moore awards Mark Gilliam. SALUTE!!!!!! 1st ROW-Karl Oswald, Scott Evans, Mark Mitchell. 2nd ROW-Charles Hall, Johnnie Fulmer, Johnny Wilson, Gary George, Shirdean Larkin. 3rd ROW-Leonard Bouknight, Kelly Baldwin, John Davis, Steve Hammond, Paula Jones, Janine Sturkie. 4th ROW-Frank Richardson, Bobby Mathias, Gary Smith, Richard Cobia, Billy Goodwin, Linda Wright, Debra Hendley. Bus Drivers-Debate l --in-an-mil . . , , we 1 5 1. Bus Drivers-1st ROW-Bobby Rogers, Kenny Ring, Ernie Spires, Randy Spires, David Goff, Tim Jenkins, David Stanley, Willie Porterfield. 2nd ROW-Cathy Kirkland, Tommy Wix, Janell Joyner, Steve Foust, Tim Corley, Maxine Webb, Tim Wix, John Mac. 3rd ROW-Dan Pinkston, Ronald Williams, John Prouse, Bobby Cromer, Ricky Moser, Clinton Jones, John Conner. 4th ROW-Tony Harsey, Dean Spires, Vicki Wooten, Russ Johnson, Georgetta Sturkie, Rosaline Sturkie, Terry Cockrell, Mark Baughman. 2. Debate Team-Gary Futral, Larry Hoffman, Mark Young, Tom- my Lightsey. Travel . . . Aviation . . . Cosmotology Aviation-1st ROW SITTING-Kelly Baldwin, David Mackey, David Antley, Billy Cooper. 2nd ROW- Hugh Rogers, Keith Warren, Richard Barton, Mike Pegram. Travel Club-1st ROW SITTING-Owens Goff, Marty Crouch, Pat McGuire. 2nd ROW-Mr. Ken Smith-sponsor, Rhonda Kirkland, Kathy Penland, Diania Pryor, M. L. McCormick. 3. Cosmotology-1st ROW-Debbie Holley, Angela Goff, Lisa Baker, Robin Tindal, Judy Wilson, Shirley Paul, Shirley Adams. 2nd ROW-Debbie Mclver, Teresa Candle, Sherri McKnight, Cheryl Barton, Terry Rowlett, Wanda Smith. 1 r Mini Clubs 2. 86 Psychology-1st ROW SITTING-Judy Floyd, Debra Stone, Macy Pridgen, Laurie Foster, Loretta Smith, Beverly Caldwell, Renee Campbell. 2nd ROW KNEELING-Brenda Broome, Charlene Murphy, Brenda Poole, Cathy House, Lynn Mitchum, Becky Langley, Cindy Keisler, Karen Johnson. 3rd ROW-Anne Geddings, Sherri Furbringer, Holly Hodges, Sharon Snelgrove, Stan Dodd, Rocky Douglas, Carl Kaminer. CD cn x m 9- LU U3 S4 cu I 2 o cn L4 o 3 cn 3 CD 'n o o P+ o' nl nsefsssfwssssamsca Sex Education-1st ROW-Joyce Dunlap, Cheryl Sturkie, Becky Sweatt, Linda Way, Lucy Green. 2nd ROW-Fluth Fanning, JoAnne Earle, Aurthur Brown, Natalie Anderson. 3rd ROW-Eddie Smith, Connie Turner, Joye Swilley, Aggie Stromen. Womens Football-1st ROW-Pam Keisler, Bonnie Cromer, Vicky Spitzmesser, Mary Alice Holmes. 2nd ROW-Kim Cape, Cathy Jacobs, Beverly Snipes, Elaine Peele. 3rd ROW-Kay Mosley, Melba Weathers, Kathy Holliman, Gwen Adams. Ski And Library Clubs Ski Club-1st ROW SITTING-Gloria Roberts, Beth Thompson, Sharon Andres, Renee Cassidy, Bari Goff, Paula Brooks. 2nd ROW-Lisa Scott, Marla Dybvik, Dani Blackburn, Betty Budnek, Linda Lanier, Debbie Mungo, Kim O'Shea. 3rd ROW-Valerie Ferguson, Kathy Pinkston, Beth Shumpert, Cecil Clark, Denise Pulley, Teri Redman, Michael Rouse. 4th ROW-Harriet Coleman-sponsor, Rhonda Allen, Debbie Lundeen, Mary Ann Jeffcoat, Paula Howard, Pam McDonald, Debbie Matthews, Cathy Howell. Library Club-1st ROW-Andy Schon, Susie Poulos, Bonnie ln- man, Mary Brewer, Michael Keisler, Gary Hinshaw, Shelby McKay. 2nd ROW-Wayne Fallaw, Jerry Branham, Brenda Broome, Libby Seegars, Carson Conner, Debbie Wright, Ricky Mims, Travis Watford. 3rd ROW-Nancy Thompson, Terri Hutto, Letha Cobia, Robert Mitchell, Dottie Brown, Mary Clark, Hut Hutto, Pam Cherry, Mrs. Hendrix. Macrame. . .Leathercraft. . .Knitting 2. Leathercraft-Steve Keeble, Debbie Parrott, Kathy Brown, Lydia Ftozier, Flandy Alford, Myron Joyner, Velicia Gentry, Mike Yates, Wyatt Taylor, Kathy Lynch, Kit Sanders, Jo Ann Wright, Medena Clark, Louise Colvin, Mary Hendrix, Keith Harsey, Leon Hutto, Steve Harrell, Sonny Mooney, Petty Martin, Kenny Lammons, Don Martin, Susan Backman, Linda Andres, Sandra Sisson, Cecelia Weaver, Chris Price, Jim Beck, Butch Johnson, Susie Alexander, Sherry Shumpert, Diane Free. "ff'i'7'7?f,m.M, ,N aL.,.,,, W1?ZQZ'ZZ71M Macramae-Joyce Waldrop, Candy Jarvis, Deborah Hutto, David Barton, Cathy Singley, Joni Robins, Alice Ftozier, Sheila Sease, Nancy Jeffcoat, Cindy Riley, Robin Tindall, Beverly Caldwell, Laurie Sox, Dotti Mack, Debbi Lawrence, Dale Yarborough, Amy Willard, Sharon Godley, Joyce Ham- mond, Melody Huff, Flenee Campbell, Steve Brown, Mandy Smith, Tommy Brady, Delphine Jones, Shirley Lykes, Marion Bates, Debbie Parrott, Linda Black. Ju. . ' X -' . LF? , in " r ff.- . 5 A Awww- .,.,..M:'Xy E:5v: ,5hsv, 6 Q K ,, ff -L t' , X ff iitf a sf in tag get Q? . . S M S .ff-vfkx. A ill. Q ' ,ff A X 3. Knitting-Mary Gunter, Tina Hood, Vicky Spitzmesser, Beverly Snipes, Teresa Douglas, Sherry Dennis, Joan Shumpert, Martha Gunter, Patty Taylor, Judy Floyd, Cindy Mellette, Linda Ellisor, Joy Douglas, Sharon Spires, Verta Adams, Sharon Boatwright, Dianne Linville, Jeanette Deweese, Brenda Murphy, Kathy Odom, Saundra Williams, Sylvia Brown, Judy Pittman, Debra Myers, Kathy Mondell, Jacqueline Brooks, Wan- da Brown, Melinda Starnes, Freda McLaughlin. Vlodern Dance. Body Ecology. . . 2. Body Ecology-Deborah Burgess, Keith Howell, Catherine Shumpert, Rodney Hartley, Renee Rushing, Faith Atwood, Maria Cascio, Mariann Zeigler, Regina Armstrong, Diane Livingston, Kathy it . Backman, Darlene Moorer, Sharon Lucas, A Jodie Graham, Cheryl David, Cynthia Connell, Jan Hilderan, Susan Crummie, V ,t Llwewllyn Davis, Yvonne Shelby, Catherine Williamson, Mary Ann McHugh, Connie Spires, Gayle Esteridge, Mary Jean Fairhart. W7 wr. 64" Youth 8t Law 1. Modern Dance-Debbie Dominy, Andra Erwise, Regina Mincey, Terri Free, Kim Tyler, Linda Way, Natalie Anderson, Debra Henly, Jane Shumpert, Linda Wright, Carolyn Sightler, Mary Holmes, Gloria Jackson. 3. Youth and the Law-Jan Hirsh, Hut Hutto, Tom- my Lightsey, Sherri Furbringer, Marty Williams, Frankie Skinner, Pat McGuire. 89 Private Detective 2. Debra Walters, Barbara Boles, Maria Dockery, Teresa Flanders, Joan Pearam, Anne Geddings, Debbie Green, Melany McKay, Laura McGuire, Jaye Williamson, Charlene Murphy, Brenda Poole, Lynn Mitchum, Brenda Moorer, Pam Stone, Tammy Windham, Diane Goff, Charlene Watkins, Jeannie Thorton, Robin Timmerman, Regina Shull, Pam Person, Lynette Watford, Sheree Lee, Rhonda Lucas, Ellen McDowell, Elaine Peele, Keith Crouch, John Conner, Cyndee LaCons, Debbie Shealy. i Ullman bf' kg Rx Q . 5 Wu . . 9 U 'li - 7 4- at hln Interior Decorating . Police Investigation Private Detective-Terry Willamson, Marty Hilyer, Mark Hendrix, Rene Clark, Gloria Jackson, Dale Ledford, Bobbie Shumpert, Joey Shull, Mike Howell, Eddie McCain, Rhonda Gartman, Thomas Kenley, Mackey Shaw, Bobby Rogers, James Culler, Ken Gardner, Graham Gaylord, Charlotte Chavis, Teresa Caudle, Durant Glenn, R. B. Hutto. .3 4 gs , . ,gs I , ,,,, ir i if, 1 gg I i 3. Police Investigation-Terry Adkins, James Bone, Roy Butler, Linny Cassidy, Tim Childs, James Dixon, Jimmy Dowd, Stan Dowd, Gregg Ferguson, Billy Galloway, Mark Gedding, Vance Hickman, Larry Hogle, Althea Hood, Terry Horton, Jimmy Howell, Johnny Hull, Pat Jones, David Joyner, Ricky Myers, Rusty Pruett, Bob- by Schmidt, Danny Shull, Randy William- son, Mark Hood. Tennis. . . Nursing Tennis-Steve McKay, Selena McKnight, Judy Taylor, Gail Chiders, David Fuson, Dantzler Hallman, Paul Goings, David Antley, Larry Lee, Nancy Hallman, Melba Weathers, Susan Homewood, Sandra Howe, Bonnie Cromer, Deborah Gleaton, Penny Greene, Neil Rhodes, Mary Jane Johnson, Dennis McEntire, Ronald Jones, Phil Carter, Barry Shelly, Ken Smith, Dennis Coker, Bill Moneyham, Dale Smith, Allan Stone, Eddie Stanley, Rita Austin, Phil Strickland, Bruce Stanley, Mike Eden- field, Chuck Woluerton, Mark Keeble, Donna Burbage, Barbara Bradford, Cathy Jacobs, Diane Shuler, Eugenia Moore, Randy Scott, lvie Glover, Pam Shumpert. ik Smyee-s.e Nursing-Kay Jellcoat, Melody Appleton, Rhonda Branch, Debra Richardson, Donna Rushing, Peggy Roberts, Adelle Binyard, Debbie Griffith, Lynne Ellisor, Linda Lanier, Barbara Amick, Vicky Alexander, Debra Kyzer, Pamela Keisler, Debbie Mclver, Jane Crouch, Wanda Jeffcoat, Carol Ward, Cindy Hill, Wanda Grubbs. Pam Posey, Debbie Jones, Debby Turner. 1 -,NN Relax-Listen To Music. Hypnosis . Magic Hypnosis-Walter Ritter, Lisa Baker, Debbie Holley, Pat Griffith, Carol Paquet, David Williamson, Loretta Smith, Sandra Stevens, Charlie Lowe, Lorenzo Jones, Tina Turner, Rocky Douglas, Peggy Ward, Barry Millwar, Kathy Foster, Ray Hallman, Denise Wood- bury, Temmy McLendon, Linda Kirby, Kristie Mostellor, Connie Turner, Denise Nipper, Pam Cribb, Billy Pound, Lori Periera, Steven lsbel, Clifton Shealy, Dana Shealy, Wayne Hall, Vicki Bragg, Harry Hurley, Gale Hutchins, Ned Davis, Ricky Ellis, Dena Dunn, Ken Davis, Larry G., Kathy Mithcum. 'f.E. I, ' Relax and Listen to Music-Emmi Enfinger, Marlene McKay, Penny Cherry, John Williams, Lisa Butler, Gene Downs, Lee Cassidy, Jane Driggers, Melinda Spencer, Tim McGuiness, Lynette Douglas, Barbara Gainer, Deborah Watkins, Joey Watford, Linda Epps, Cindy Moore, Alton Aaron, Jane Jordan, Lyn Quick, Toni Richburg, Wallace Alexander, Robin Pridemore, Teresa Barrier, Bob Kelly, Cindy Kirchdofer, Sandra George, Scot Woodchuck, Roger Williams, Gene Odom, Donna West, Janet Potter, Belinda Geiger, Lawrence Murphy, Robie Stone, Mark Porter, Frankie Skinner, Holly Hodges, Mike Scott, John Gunter, Dana Jeffcoat, Gail Cooke, Keith R., Greg Baughman, Paula Cable, Diane Blanton, Genie Betchler, Felecia Branch, Cindy Brown, Wayne Kleckley, Buddy Keisler, Mike Gregory, Rusty Rabon, Kelly Epps, Tony Jeffcoat, Lyn Elisor, Becky Jordan, Linda Jeffcoat, Miss Paula Gregg-instructor. l l l l l 3. Magic-Roderick Richardson, Billy! Cooper, Johnny Cook, Darrell Chavis,i Terry Laminack, Bobby Barton, Donnai Robinson, Randy Eden, Calvin Davis, Patricia Johnson, Lynn Crowley, Mike Kyzer, Dennis White, Burt Richardson, Norman Watts, Allan Merritt, Tommy Jeffcoat, Walter Beck, Joe Pillow, Robert Breland, Donna Chavis, Gale Burkett, Mary Rogers, Ricky White, Thomas Watts, Brenda Brown, Butch Goodwin, Tanya Shull, Donald Linville, Carl Kaminer, Betty Stanton, Debra Slaton. My ,-Wi ,gig N , X 3 ' :ia x ww-QSM Q X W W ' N A ' A 1 gf 6,-1 t 8 man I . 4 nf, 'Q -f 3 J 5 f ff l + 46 ' f 4 4 1 , f , W , 1 53, 52 J . 4 . I Sports ., We 9 v 15144, S :ff wk Li S -.ai 35.5 Q Yr f -.N-,'tQ',,. L35 Q C 3 QE-A Track Team Has A Goo MV L ,Wm . .gf -.eff P -X ,. .. '-,M A . slat? FIRST ROW: Duane Johnson, Stu Cummings, Woody Newton, Quincy Riley, Mike Mills, Willie Porterfield. SECOND ROW: Stan Hoffman, Ernie Monts, Mark Lawson, Jay Byars, Ronnie Brazell, Bob Godley, William Brown. THIRD ROW: Benard Jones, Hollis Williams, Terry Bradwell, Billy Cushman, Lanny All, Owens Goff. FOURTH ROW: Steve Nelson, Avery Wilkerson, Fred Joy, Wayne Fallaw, Robin Byars. 1. Owens Goff gets off a good jump. 2. Brown tries hard to give Eagle victory. 3. Stu and Terry have it under control. .Av-"" .. N ff! ,rl d "fs- mf 'l ,.-W pu N J . 5' af' N' Coach Taylor ls New Head 5 'WWW bmi ga so or a A N as l f lp as l, , W -4- A , ' ll? " W' , ,-1 342' K X ' ' -ax x x-x ti or as a Jay Byars all alone. Stan throws it hard. Eagles come off the line. The pack heads for the finish. , 4 -..,f . - 4 We-all 5 w,,,, .., o,l, ,m?o,l,o1f....W3 , ,W s as Track Coach 2 t .lim 'll' we , . W . .. 15:5 .,' g 2. 3 S swwqwt. Porterfield gets over the bar. Avery warms up. Cushman makes a jump. The pack is still close together. ww, 45 t Baseball Team Breaks Even 'nv-' 100 Airport track star makes his jump. Byars jumps the hurdles. Benard goes over the rall. . Jay gets over. . Hoffman puts the shot. +.. mm-J' + eb- wl..,w,...M..f.l.s N .wwf .MM ,, . .W I riww- W, M , ' d M. X. ' , -YQ, J ,J-1-:?fE'if5' LL "A" . gn - M A... 1, "- ,-f -W, . , f-so , , .. ' ig: , ,H 754, , Vk-, I M AW g ', .,v-3-lgfrlfs 'X vf--.m,,,. f - W ..- ', , ,l.L,,u.ef may L' V- W. . f-wf.-,Q-mf. f- - 'f . ,-me V'-,W K in - ' fa ""',TS"Z'k -i- ,W ,W - -., M. K, -Q W M W . ywa5 ., ' l, 'fjzf' L V me 715 p f ,,-aw i If " ' """S:X.'Z 1-Qnasks V l f nf A- W .Li'25,, 1,-,X 'wwww M NC, we fan 32, ri .- , ,,- ,wr - MW- .sv pwofiaa-IQ,,.,?f'?"f',gL,Qf A " A, ' 2 sA,s,QvLe-we - - 41 "il ,P 517 f"'1"fM' AU , ..:. , Zim' ,sf ,, wif , Ing , , . K 4 Q A 515 1 ' ar N - , -um an ,ff ff X V. K , . ., .. ' V f ef 1 X? L- .i.,m.,E.l,. ,... ..., ' ' " L -: , ' A- v- 5 . I 'vu' 1 ' v w wff , Q 'I f'Li1'h,e1-17 K. 'Q ' " ' ' ' ' 'w""'f?'i"3"'x5"f"'1E" - -5. - . K,-gg krjlxggi-f1Q.iA1sglls .5-gig , -AM--QRS, 52 + W ,,., 1 gf' up fr hw M"'M 'Q 1-wif-:Zi 2 www 'BW With 6-6 Record ln The Region 1. FIRST ROW: George Newton, Vernon Hester, Jimmy Higgs, Eddie White, Ned Davis, Phil Carter, Frankie Skinner. SECOND ROW: William Taylor, Mike Chavis, Tracy Truesdale, Roger Hert, Alton Aaron, Mark Boatwright. THIRD ROW: Mike Edenfield, Ernest Watford, Tony Kyzer, G. L. Kyzer, Steve Shumpert. 2. T. Kyzer streches for the ball. 101 Coach Davis Is New Assistant LW W .i H P' ' M 'A ,nw 4. N sf. .M . .. .- -as . ag es anxlou y aw I r , s-,a-n', ,A Q , ff- gf.. ,Q -1 ,L M 5 4+ H game. a a a' M ' ' AN' ,A A 1na.,SM,L ., , - ,..H,.- , .. - - , :sa .-w , . a W '1'.fs.Af:' s .:.. ,-ww A v 1' ' ww -1 A-sr-W. In - ,fam-J1.d! 4. .4 I 1 ' lO2 To Coach Carlisle . www- si W va V hm... txgxfxxxa wfklgifxhtlxi 'Kit 1 M13 xi it S Yi X - x l 5 M -tv-31. .sirffsw L Wiifxatfl.. 4 an K w--f H99 C Lg ff I l fr l WD 1. First year man Roger Hert ends the season with a good batting average. 2. T. Kyzer takes warm up throws from short stop Hester. 3. Coach Carlisle gives a serious talk to the team before the game. -: ' .:tf" ii' . - S 1 T 7 ' k g.,-J,,,,t: ,, tt, In -, ,..,., .. .., . . . k'k'5H '..,yforwx f 4 f h f- . ,C -'P .J ff 1 -re. .f , 1 M ' ' I ra-'f' 'I W N W , .f..,w-Q A..-.1 jf ze., 2 , rn' , so--. ' K W--we 'sms' . if . i, V , J., ,. ,,,,..1 K '21 W' ' van f 'f fr' ' .- ., , . .M . , .,. , m ,. ' W-eaffiiif ,tg 0 -'F ' ' ,.g,,, , , f . ...M ,V ,, I X ph t swf ,.,x vi . . time 4, 4 ,,, ff .51 ' V Agp W4 - . . . in 2 s-8.ts!2.f4?W'M' " - ,M.3f.,. WN X - , .- ,M J' Hu-L e H - . . K, 1-zfgiifef 5, ,M ,W J . .. . . , -a . , 4: -femme. s-:af--V - , - 4. ' ?b!"",,:1-N' Q' W -. Q 'ff 'J - I ,,aw11r1'.2s.a.,x alfa' f -. ia A ...wi -gff ,?."3"a,nL'f . KM - .ax ' 'H X . " ' A. .lar TVX ' ff ,KHW ,.f'. "' ' Ilr Q .- if 103 IO4 1. T. Kyzer looks for two, as he rounds first. 2. Newton tries for two after a good hit. 3. G. L. Kyzer gets home safe with no sweat. N., ' ,sy IVY' W 'wars W "" rf ftzxr-N25 , N M. .,. W. . .. Ng V- jg , ' -:E 'L .Q --q':m,.1'1x Nt. as-3' li? H-1. Q.-fi ... w-'ss h' ' -W N ww., sf . 7' N Mlfbsx Golf Team Has Good Participation Under Direction Of Coach Maddox , fn . E? 1 . -. . ,.. i K fx ,, 1 S, E ,,, . .,..,. jg- ' 5 I ' W W. P 'T 'ff at U . . ,,. , V V W -W W. .P - eeri F iet . ' , :- i" . B 1. Coach Maddox, Brent Myers, Derek Brown, Jeb Batten, Brian Budnek, John Nabors, Mark Driggers. Coach Maddox gives a few instructions during practice. Mark practices for a game. The boys talk it up before practice. 105 Bowling Teams Have A Doug Coilinwood, Ronnie Gerald, Joey Wat- ford, M. L. McCormick, Mike Fowler, Kenny Stephens. M. L. shows good form. Doug tries for a strike. Great Season E o as Nancy gives the ball a roll. Sharon Freeman puts a little english on the ball. Sharon Freeman, Judy Abbott, Nancy Lloyd, Anita White. s 55 i ,R X Wg' .i 3 107 108 An Airport player prepares to serve. Kay Dunton gets a good swing on the ball. Marla Dybvik, Joan Flint, Lynn Knight, Lynn Hicks, Tracey Neese, Cathy Mason, Kay Emmons, Dani Blackburn, Kay Dun- ton. Airport Has New Tennis T98.l'T1S 7' Q , f F . ,, - -,,..,,,,,, ,.,,.,.,,.N E ff se ffm' f'gfSfl+.fx1, x 1 4 fl-?aH7+ s --KL 1- P 'E .fs-f.w,tS tg., ,H K' 'few s,,,W ,M .s1:s3,,ts,Mtf:' :Wvfs unhf ..., 'S 'WSW1 ,ANAL X L... .A I-www, Walter Walker, Keith Jumper, Ricky White, Bob Livingston, Jimmy Stucky, David Fuson, Phil Parham, David Padgett. Walter Walker swings hard. Coach Nelson gives a few instructions before the game. Bob plays a tuff game. lO9 1973 Eagles S f i M' . . . 3 . Woody Newton, Mike Edenfield, Jay Byars, Jimmy Robertson, Owens Goff, Joey Craft, Mark Lawson, Marty Williams, Mike Burr, Ernie Monts, Pete Sturkie. Melvin Summers, John Naors, Kozie Brown, Quincy Riley, Ralph Carter, Ken Carter, Tracey Truesdale, Freddy Joy, Bobby Barton, Lorenzo Jones, Sherman Mathews, Phil Vaughn. Ryan Barber, Avery Wilkerson, Roger Hert, Darrell Muller, Billy Parker, Billy Cushman, Randy Moorer, Earnest Goodwin, Ralph Stoudemire, Ray Nanny. Joey craft picks up yards against Battery Creek. 1974 Coaching Staff-Sam Corley, Tom Carlisle, Gary Smallen, Don Richardson-Head Coach, Bob Taylor, Wilson Nelson, Jim Barnes, Ken Smith. Airport Has 4 - 7 Season 1. Airports fearsome foursome. 2. Mike Burr starts his move around the end. 3. Kozie tries for three. 4. Woody Newton gets set to pass down field. 4 112 Kozie Brown And Avery Wilkerson Owens Goff takes off upfieid. The Captains talk things over before the game. Mike Burr tries to break lose. An Airport runner takes the ball. we ' Were Captains For This Years Team T A 'T fwx . . K X 1. Kozie Brown runs the ball against B.C, 2. Owens Goff takes in a pass. 3. Coach Nelson and Kozie Brown talk over a tight situation. 5. Joey Craft takes the ball around ine end. XX. mx ia 4 Tracy Truesdale blocks downfield on Kickoff return. 113 'Q wig '- 116 Junior Varsity Team SITTING: Alton Aaron, Jimmy Higs, Dwayne Johnson, Fletcher Walker, Eric Warren, Jeff Erwin. KNEELING: Ray Nan- ny-Manager, Billy Bledsoe, Gregg McCaw, Bobby Carlton, Robert Welch, Kevin Bouknight, Neil Smith, Marvin Todd, Ken Gardner-Manager. STANDING: Sam Corley-Coach, John Smith, Chuck Lyndy, Bruce Jackson, Sammy Brown, Tyrone Kenley, Tony Hutto, Phillip Williams-Coach. The ball is up for grabs. The Airport defense crowds in on B.C. receiver. Bobby Cockerall gets ready to make tackel. X in ' B Team And C Team Players Will Make L-R STANDING: Coach Gary Smallen, Walter Bitter, Flon Doty, Jody Truesdale, Rickey Seay, Allan Moore, Rickey Mims, Barry Lundy, Steve Vaughn, Chuck Nabors, Artie Dawkins, Bobby Glenn, Maxie Vaughn, Coach Jim Sessions. L-R KNEELING: Sammy Vaughn, Bill Mooneyhan, Dantzler Hallman, Gene Boatwright, Ken Smith, Dennis Coker, Bill Singley, Richard Gantt, Alan Sikes, Jimmy Howell, Mike Floof, Gary Lebby. Quarterback Strickland looks up field for receiver. Airport runner gets tackled. The defense is ready and waiting. T sh Varsity Stars In The Future. "C" Team defender makes a tackle. Airport scores. Coaches talk over strategey before the game. 1st ROW LEFT T0 RIGHT: Marion Stoudemire, Gary Bates, Vessel Wilson, Ken Swiegood, Mike Brazell, Gregg Staley, Mike Potter, Dana Wooten, Dewayne Cauider, Thomas Riley, Terry Wahl, Mark Dennis, Rocky Howe-Mgr. 2nd ROW: Coach Novinger, Coach Hutchins, John Teal-Mgr., David Gunter, Frank Mims, Keith Mondell, Chuck Tingen, Forrest LaCons, Henry Gordon, Josh Cutro, Victor Young, Vince Stark, Hal Jones, Carl Van Sewell, Phil Dantzler, Coach Thompson. 3rd ROW: Coach Chatham, Mike Oliver, Ricky Crain, Frank Wahl, Griff Jones, Mike Stokes, Jimmy Connor, Brian Glance, Ricky Brown, Jim Barber, Jeff Stockman, Joe Driggers. Coach Woodbury. 119 120 Basketball Team Improves Record nv-' Mike Gregory, Billy Parker, David Drake, Don Breland, Tony Goodwin, Surb Guram, Wesley Furtick, Joey Watford, Rick Milne, Robby Mooneyham, Ronald Jones, Bobby Rogers. Gregory fights for loose ball. Furtick takes long jump shot Eagles battle for rebound Q Www N sing .I I hd q 1 f yy f 15'-3 is ' 7 Wh agp 'uf m ROW 1-Odel Benard, Frank Fox, Tim Hunter, Phil Strickland, Bill Mooneyham. ROW 2-Alvin Jones, James Culler, Mike Scott, Teddy Howell, Harry Moore, Billy Boyelte. ROW 3-Coach Novinger, David Bates, Jay Byars, Steve Vaughn, Adolph Brown, Coach Strickland Jay goes up for a shot Howell tries for two Harry Moore passes off to a teammate. Players go up for a rebound 122 1. Moore takes aim 2. You always have to pay a price for fine entertainment. 3. An eagle makes a shot as defender streches out. 4. "B" Team 1 K I Milf V, pow! Q., , ,f W, 123 124 "C" Team Surb moves in for a shot. All eyes are on Furtick. Irmo player gets control on a jumpball Soccer Team Has Fine Season 1. ROW 1-Owens Goff, Keith Jumper, Mike Fulmer, Marty Crouch, ROW 2-Tim Allen, Rick Mims, Gene Auld, Tim Childs, Art Manos, Robbie Whisennant, Ben Shealey, Ricky White, Mike Jeffcoat. ROW 3-Ronnie Brazeli, Butch Goodwin, Mike Kyzer, Robbie Stone, Tim Kell, Eric Warren, Butch Kelly, Jimmy Walker, Billy Cushman, ROW 4-Ford Carlson, Mike Adams, Woody Newton, Greg McCaw, Ray Nanney, Jimmy Stukey, Er- nie Monts, Terry Kinder. ROW 5-Rocky Rietkovich, Avery Wilkerson 2. Ernie Monts 3. Eagle tries to control ball 125 l I 1 i l l l l l l I V l l l l l 126 l a 1. Eagle takes rough treatment going in for score 2. Eagle gets tripped up 3. Eagle determination is why we win. Jumper tries to keep ball from opponent. Eagle races for the goal Goff keeps defenders off his back Eagle puts ball toward goal. 127 i l 128 1974 Reglon Champions 1 ms' 1. Eagle puts his head to good use 2. Monts looks the situation over 3. Eagle gets good steal Eagle chases hard after loose ball Eagle fans look on as Jumper heads ball back to his teammate Crouch uses a little motion to shake off opponents. Hobie slips by opposing players 129 130 Coach Barnes Directs Wrestlers l :X fd, ' 1. ROW 1-Ralph Carter, Steve Mckoy, Bobby Cockrell, Tim Inman, Todd Lee, Chris Whitten, Dennis Coker. ROW 2-Chuck Lundy, Jody Truesdale, Mike Chavis, Mike Burr, Ken Carter, Marty Williams 2. Eagle tries hard to get opponent pinned 3. Eagle has no trouble with opponent ....--wurlll""-. r ,.,,, V ix- gw n ' XXX mm l X ,J Eagle has opponent tangled up Cockrell gets a ride Chavis triumphant over bearcat Eagle tries for reversal 131 132 Team Has Outstanding 1. Opponent gets on top of the situation 2. Eagle tries takedown 3. Eagle has everything under control n i S. as ii 1 4 Q 5 we i 5 2-1 RGCOFC1 ogllwt 1. Chavis has the hug on his opponent 2. Williams gets behind opponent 3. Carter and opponent go to neutral position 133 134 1. 2. 3. Gymnastics And Volleyba ROW 1-Terry Redman, Renee Cassidy, Techla Fulmer, Melinga Long. ROW 2-Kay Dunton, Kay Emmons, Rhonda Allen, Denise Warren, Judy Abbott, Coach Coleman Diane Jernigan Patricia Seegars on the balance beam Teams Compete 5 Diane works out on uneven parallel bars Flobin price ROW 1-Techla Fulmer, Sharon Andres, Patricia Seegars, Robin Price, Peggy Killion, Terry An- drews. ROW 2-Diane Jernigan, Gay Adkins, Sharon Freeman, Judy Taylor, Cindy Ross, Bar- bara Boozer, Renee Cassidy 135 136 If I 137 ii The Halls 1 1 c The Student Commons Building The Cafeteria The Cl 3 Ss Freshmen 'X 1 X it Freshman Class officers are: President - Steve Vaughn, V. President - Debbie Mungo, Secretary - Anne Geddings. 140 A SENIOFVS ADVICE TO FRESHMAN STUDENT? l To take the good with the bad, and the happy with the sad. To take fulfillment with disappointment, l and acceptance with rejection. i To accept love toward you and understand l hate toward you, To care about someone who could care less about you, To try to understand those who may think differently than you, To withstand defeat, though you will never be able to accept it, To set a goal high, knowing that you will suffer if it is not attained, To get off of the floor, knowing you may go down again, To strive for perfection, though you know it can never be obtained. To make an impression, hopefully one that will remain. -Michael Gregory 1974 Freshman Flair .......-allI""f 141 142 Debra Adams Linda Adams Gay Adkins Sue Alexander Raymond Alford Robin Alford Sissy Alford Maxine All Doug Allen Tim Allen Reggie Almond Joey Anderson Natalie Anderson Renee Apperson Arndra Dean Rita Austin Fairy Babb Kathy Backman Susan Backman Debbie Bailey Debra Ann Bailey Becky Barber Carla Barber Greg Barns Steve Barton Tammy Bass Timmy Baughman Ann Betchler Jim Beck Timmy Bell Mike Berrian David Berry Judy Berry Sherry Best Gregg Bigleman Nathaniel Binyard Odell Binyard Linda Black Blake Boatwright David Boatwright Dean Boatwright Gene Boatwright Kathy Boatwright Barbara Bolds James Bone Gerald Brown Barbara Boozer Kevin Borehers Benard Bourne Freshmen Experieno f jf 1 - i I tif E17 .JMX ,xl ,TQ iw. iff-A it 7 'first Year Fling Freshman Student Council Representatives: tLeft to rightl ROW 1- Cindy Glenn, Kathi Mosteller, Debbie Bailey, Susan Drew. ROW 2- Tammy Bass, Cecilia Coleman, Renee Apperson, Pam Posey, Beth Thompson, Beth Schumpert. ROW 3-Sonny Mooney, John Williams, Chris Newton. NOT PICTURED: Terry Smith, Cindi Moore, Rhonda Swygert, Jim Beck. as X 'Wi it lt: ms vi L Ju .... iff g s. if? K st .55 ,W 'ng ri w-H' 'li 1 tvo1.','2sn nov? t S , 5 I .- ,gr 5 A A 1, ' I r - 1 S . .Q 4., . . 4 l 0 - , n 4 Q g ui. , . as ,tm iv!',"i -z ,,, .naf s ' 9 i 'v Q - 9 . 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V f '1,"?"yf' K , if ---f ' l4 :fE A.,, it ,ivx Q 3 L ,.,,KLA ' vi' .,, T47 Eddie Peele Michael Pegram Jimmy Pelfrey Cathy Peloso Sadie Peterson Kathy Pinkston Kevin Pleasant Terry Pleasant Troy Poole Pam Posey Jan Potter Wayne Pratter Robin Prevette Chris Price James Price Mike Price Robin Pridemore Mary Pridgen Randy Pritchard Denise Pulley Henry Redmond Mark Rentz Jerry Revels Neil Rhondes Deborah Richardson Kay Richbourg Walter Ritter Peggy Roberts Mike Roof Michael Rouse Donna Rushing Jim Rutledge Ricky Rutledge David Sanders Andy Schon Beth Schumpert Mary Schumpert Ricky Seay Teresa Sellers Anette Senn Archie Senn Ben Shealy Debra Shealy Doddie Shealy Jim Shealy Lynn Shull Regina Shull Tangi Shull Sherry Shumpert 149 150 Pam Shumpert Alan Sikes Bill Singley Tim Sinnot Debbra Slaton Becky Smith Bobby Smith Dale Smith Eddie Smith Gary Smith Henry Smith Janet Smith Ken Smith Lanier Smith Sharon Smith Terri Smith William Smith Rhonda Sox Clay Spires Sammy Spires Betty Stanton Eddie Stanley Renee Stevens Allen Stone Aggie Stroman Thomas Strogher Phill Sturkie Tim Sturkie Bonny Sweat Joyce Swilley Rhonda Swygert Ernie Tarbox Patty Taylor Wyatt Taylor Beth Thomas Beth Thompson Laird Thompson Susan Thornhill Jeannie Thornton George Tillmon Bobbin Timerman N A Far Out Year Comes ,Nw Qffii 1 Z I ' 'Y 30" -is Sri sf J' .af at If -, .. x like l Am i t . A M In the end we're all the same. ff Fz .. '49 Neg? 5 K tx' A. we 1 3 t x Q ,g ., fl ink' .A Y S tt 0, , 'e ij o A Close of if wr-sf' Jody Truesdale Mark Tucker Connie Turner Debbie Turner Paul Tuten Tambra Tuten Maxie Vaughn Steve Vaughn Kathy Walters Travis Watford Trely Watford Charlene Watkins Thomas Watts Joey Weathers Donna West Karen West Sammy Whetstone Dennis White Steve White Johnny Whittaker Chis Whitten Brenda Williams Dale Williams D. J. Williams Ellen Williams Gregory Williams John Williams Reginald Williams Saundra Williams Sherri Williams Catherine Williamson Debbie Williamson Etton Williamson Carolyn Wilson Mike Wilson Tammy Windham Charles Wolverton Patricia Wooten Richard Wooten Mike Yates Daniel Young 151 152 l l 2 l Sophomores Officers of the Sophomore Class. Vice-President, Kim Allen, Secretary- Treasurer, Holly Hodges, President, Eric Warren. Our class, born in fifty eight came two years past, To get their minds straight. We walked right on in, spying you allg But you stared back from every hall! Well that was quite awhile back. we're no longer new, Nor no longer slack. We all finally found out who was who And how to get about. There are some crazy people in our crowd. Some kinda keep quiet, While the rest of 'em are much too loud! This past year, we got some money to make a trifling float. Anyway it wasn't too funny when everyone else thought it was a But, we won't give up! Just wait till next year, And wish us good luck! Well, this year we've seen, that readin', writin', an arithmetic. But of course there is a problem about, if it's gonna stick! Our second year is complete. Sure, we've had some fun, But next year, think what we'Il meet! By Holly Hodges joke! Spirit Of '76 H. W? S 153 Sophomore Council Representatives tLeft to Righty FIRST Lanier SECOND ROW Brenda Gunter Kay Dunton Rhonda ROW-Nancy Hallman Debbie Weathers Renee Clark Bobbi Kirkland Nan Derrick Tanya Hall Marla Dybvik Sherri Fur West, Jan Hirsch Melody Childs Lynette Watford Linda brlnger Beth Clark THIRD ROW Bernard Way Roger Hert Aaron, Alton Aaron, Dannie Abbott, Denise Adair, Douglas Adams, Verta Adrian, Robert All, Lanny Allen, Cindy Allen, Johnny Allen, Kim Amick, Clifford Anderson, Angela Anderson, Beverly Antley, David Apperson, Terry Appleton, Melody Armstrong, Regina Atkinson, Mitch Attaway, Julie Austin, Patty Baker, Lisa Baker, Ricky Baldwin, Kelly Barrett, Carol Barton, Cheryl Barton, Richard Bares, David Bates, Marion 154 gf' sys X 'ti , 2- Q.: 9,,..t x. T Mk, v 1 me T, Tw H, X. 5 Q stei n XXL M X my , A v X K X Et it ,I 4. 4 1 . QS,-H, ui as .if t r tix , .. he J? K "ig 2,3 ' xy, f Q X 4 'X 4 eff, 'gg f,-1:5 'n-Q . s'.:.f. if I, 'Y . sl-1, .i 'PU .el Lim , J.. t. a C , t Q .. 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V A normal day in the life of a student of Airport High .,. ,:, f xjxsfr J ,.:- ir - - , . , ff ,. ii is i V 3' . 'Z . I . n ext, K Q ' 1, 7 . get", if K ' W ,ff , ff Y' f' fl - Q- gi i li,i ., . Q 3 lv W 9-. s . - ' Q , 9 . - vhs, K L - 7, - ' ' ,xiii :" nu, N -A is G f aww if if 5 ,. , Ii l ' i l I ' M" A ' 'H Q -v rf -i ' r f:-if K ,J 1' p V, 4' Pk K ' "- 'K F. l ' ,gg 34 UA b , . Q V ,gi if -'S AW- A r - I . in vm' C we Q ' ' 9' J . . x i - ' Q 1 t , , i ' 9 if 5 his X 2 .. ef i' 1 X. Tw fi' W ait 3 A s , - -, gg: .N 13. , t ,wk , . if l ss K 2 .Gus . E XB ft, . gi iii xt S Mau Did you say only 30 more minute bell rings? 'jg , fe ' . i - 52 ,Stl l f l s until the v X151 "' 43' , if 6 , V , E AR! E 45 1 1 ,qua 3 115, My N 4.3 . fi V gl ,jk av , ty 15,,, , ,' ' Q W fs' -Y" ' A f ,KV W ,. H . , A. ,r gf.. Y K1 K 'iff ff' , .,x .,,., . -. sz Q: YNY? 955 g, y , its 1 I 1' t C129 Hutto, Hutto, Hutto, Hutto, Andrew Johnny Leon Tony Ingham, Susan Isbell, Steven Jackson, Gloria Jarvis, Paul Jeffcoat, Jeffcoat, Jeffcoat, Jeffcoat, Jeffcoat, Jeffcoat, Jenkins, Johnson, Dana Jesse Linda Mike Tommy Tony Lynn Janet Johnston, Susan Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Alvin Bobby Delphine George William Jordan, Jayne Jordan, Joanne Joyner, David Jumper, Dewey Kaminer, David Keeble, Mark Keisler, Buddy Kennedy, Leslie Kinder, Terry Kinsey, Patricia Kirkland, Debbie Kirkland, Rhonda Kleckley, Wayne LaCons, Pam Lanier, Linda Latham, Margaret Lawrimore, Mike Ledford, Dale 159 Lee, Cindy Lee, Brenda Leir, Tim Linville, Mike Locklair, Norman Long, Mylinda Lorick, Gayle Lown, Donald Lucas, Ann Lucas, Rhonda Lundy, Chuck Lybrand, Debbie Lybrand, Jimmy Mack, Morris Mack, Pat Mackey, David Marchant, Ronnie Martin, Denise Martin, Rachel Mason, Ricky Mathias, Bobby Maxheimer, Joey May, Stephanie McFarland, Jimmy Mclver, Debbie McKenna, Bill McKinney, Harold McKnight, Sherri Mellette, Cindy Meritt, Alan Merritt, Elise Mills, Mike Mitchell, Shawn Monts, Ernie Moore, Harry Moorer, Bridget Mosser, Bill Mosser, Ricky Nabors, John Nanney, Ray Neal, Tim Neil, Bonnie Newton, Woody O'Neal, Randy Osborne, Mike Osmer, Jimmy Oswald, Jenkie Oswald, Steve Outlaw, Patty Owings, Padgett, Padgett, Padgett, Butch David Dyveene Melanie Parnell, Christy Payne, Rose Peifrey, Mike Pettit, Renee Pope, Sharon Porterfield, Frankie Posey, Kathy Poston, Randy Poullos, Susie Price, Donna Pride, Marty Pritchard, Debbie Rabon, Rusty Raley, Patricia Rampey, Bryan Raubenstraugh, Bobby Redman, Teri Rhodes, Angela Rhodes, Paul Richardson, Wayne Riley, Quincey Rister, Andy Robinson, Donna Robinson, Patricia Rodgers, Ann Rogers, Hugh Roland, Mitch Rollison, Virginia Rucker, Mark Sammons, Brenda Sargent, Wayne Schohn, Jimmy Scott, Cheryl Scott, Lisa Scott, Mike Seegars, Pat Sharpe, Teresa Sharpe, Timmy Shaw, Mackey Shealy Shealy Shealy Shealy Shealy, Bernard Clifton Dana Essie Max Sheckelford, Edward 161 Sheppard, Kenneth Sheppard, Wanda Shull, Danny Shull, Joey Shumpert, Bobby Shumpert, Catherine Shump Shump ert, Frankie ert, Kevin Shumpert, LaDonna Sightler, Carolyn Sisson, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Sandra Denise John Loretta Lynda Mandy Ned Smith, Terry Snipes, Kathy Sox, Ricky Spires, Connie Spires, Justin Spires, Sherry Spitzmesser, Bobbie Staley, Stanley Stanley, Bruce Starnes, Jerry Stewart, Sandra Stewart, Teresia Stone, Stone, Debra Joy Stout, Tim Stuckey, Jimmy Sturkie Sweatt Tallent Taylor, Taylor, , Cheryl Becky Roger Francis Judy Sturkie, Mike i Teal, L 162 'nda Sophomores Look Forwar . .gwfm ,f 45 1 ,. Zim 535' I R, TQ, Claudia Drlskell and Jimmy Lybrand work hard to make Ecology Day '73 a success. ,, ' Vi To Next Year ab "TLV if -at we., Teets, Scott Temples, Pat Templeton, Deone Templeton, Robin Tindal, Robin Tobias, Robert Todd, Marvin Treadaway, Steve Tuggle, Larry Twitty, Tim Tyler, Debbie Vining, Ben Vinson, Gloria Waites, Linda Walker, Alan Walk, Nathan Walsh, Jerry Warol, Carol Warren, Warren, Warren, Watford, Watford, Watkins, Eric Keith Randy Lynette Sherry Debra Watts, Clint Way, Bernard Way, Linda Weathers, Debbie Weaver, Cecilia Weed, Greg Welch, Robert West, Bobbi Whaley, James Whetstone Debbie White, Debbie White, Ricky Whittle, Butch Willard, Joanne Williams, Kathy Williams, Phyllis Williams, Ronald Williams Ronell fl Mig., Williamson, David Williamson, Terry Wilson, Johnny Wilson, Judy Wix, Tommy Wright, Debbie Yarbrough, Roxanne 163 164 Juniors Officers of the Junior Class - Joey Craft, Vice - Presidentg Beverly Bowen, Secretary-Treasurer, Kenny Austin, President. Come You can tell me How l'll understand l'm young too l can see beyond the blank veil of my inheritance I can penetrate the thickest fog of my world and yours I can look behind the mask of hypocrisy and see reality l can stand unprotected before you and reach out my hand, beckoning you Come Take my hand We'll make it somehow. Barry Griffin Class Of '75 ls Very Much Alive 166 Junior Class Representatives Junior Student Council Representatives are: lLeft to Righty-FIRST Mike Adams, Mark Gunter, Tracy Truesdale, Mary Ann McHugh, Cin- ROW-Margie Gilliam, Edith Hall, Renee Rushing, Cindy Ross, Renee dy Duncan- R0W 3'Maf'fY HHYGVT Mafk I-GWSOV1, BUfCh KGUY- NUT Cassidy, Gloria Roberts, Nan Covington, Dorenda Gregg, Robin PICTURED lBubba Long, Gary Ray, Charlie Turner.y Greene, Denise Warren. ROW 2-Terry Andrews, Bari Goff, Gene Auld, RW Judy Abbott Kathy Abbott Gwen Adams Mike Adams John Addy Skeet Addy Cecil Adkins it-A Terry Adkins H Vickey Alexandert Wallace Alexander Billy Allen Rhonda Allen Barbara Amick Sharon Andres Terry Andrews Gene Auld Kenny Austin Michael Bailey Ryan Barber Gary Barlow Teresa Barrier ku-I xx X- Ralph Barrs Ronnie Bartley , K David Barton ,N ,- Greg Baughmar f 1, Kevin Bauknighl Genie Bechler f i'r , Miriam Bennet r liar-N X l I , 1 i , ,Z , lllll 5 Allen Best ' ' 'Z Diane Bethune ' Cynthia Bivet A ?L" Billy Blakman YJ? Diane Blanton , 1 , Richard Blume '5 Marie Boatwright K , A ,X , t iyf' 3 xx, Ui - 'ir W Q 6 at r Marshalls for the year of 1974 are lLeft to rlghtl ROW 1 ROW 2 Cindy Clark, Cathy Mitchell, Betty Budnek, Mary Rogers, Duncan Joyce Wallace Sharon Snelgrove Dorenda Gregg Nan Covington, Robin Quesenberry, Teresa Berrier. ROW 3 - Surb Roberts Rhonda Allen Cathy House Lynette Douglas Guram Tim Hunter, Mark Hendrix, David Floyd, Carol Paquet. Mark Boatwright ,I 4 Lib Bourne ' W1 N Leonard Boukwright Beverly Bowen Greg Boyd Q , Barbara Bradford A 'i at Venetia Bradshaw 6 If .f ,,,, ,.,: I V ' M' Cindy Brady f U H Felicia Branch 5 K ' , ,543 j Bruce Brandon L f ,iv Z' Ronnie Brazell J 1l,,,, ' " Carla Brooks 'Q V f i .tk Jerry Brooks Q , ,, Jimmy Brooks W Tv 1 5, I il AV , . . 2- 5 Mary Browder -. U A ,,-V-11 I 5, Amy Brown 15, , ' Cindy Brown 'pl f 'Y .' Denise Brown J' mf 1 3 Helene Brown A H V William Brown 1 t , , Betty Budnek I ,,, Y J ' ' ' 3? Ye W jklla I 167 168 Donna Burbage Deborah Burgess 1 Mike Burr Darrell Busbee Gelnda Busbee Terry Busbee Susan Bush ,. li -.J -:I 4 'w 'll-ul' . - -' Q. Q .if fs , u 5- 3+ ' Q if .5295 "3' ,',': P. 5 In O , - s P Junior Marshalls are also: ROW 1 - Peggy Killion, Cindy Ross, Melba Weathers, Mary Gunter, Debbie Jones, Sharon Gordick, Gayle Estridge, Joan Shumpert, Barbara Locklear. ROW 2 - Diane Bethune, Edie Hutto, Marian Hite, Diane Shuler, Edith Hall, Lib Bethy Byrd Paula Cable Betty Calhoun Louise Calvin Patricia Calvin Renee Campbell Phil Carter Ralph Carter Maria Cascio O'Neil Cassidy Renee Cassidy Rhetta Cassidy Hank Caudle John Chadwell Danny Chairs Terri Chaize Pam Cherry Bryan Childers Tim Childs Brian Cission Cindy Clark si SF' . Borune, Denise Warren, Tommy Lightsey. ROW 3 - Becky Morganroth, Janet Hallman, Ernest Watford, Jimmy Walker, Mike Kyzer, Rusty Furtick. 5 ' ss ss iti t , ,Q ., . 0' ml ff- ' o . Y S , tx ga s, fr ssts 3 - sissy ,gig ss 4, s -5 V, www egg? 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V M, I J ,r ,YV , 'Wu We . , A Ja , 2,-,..g . ,V X E . f x ' Z- V if-'af we-fi L ' L WM' L, ""'we' Q 4 J-ff l: lx' f ..1 ' ' ' ,'- i ' Dena Clark Letha Cobia Bobby Cockrell Jeff Coker Lin Collingwood Karen Conrod Tim Corley Gus Coutus Nan Covington Joey Craft Bobby Cromer Bill Crosby Billy Cushman Steve Darley Llewellyn Davis Mike Davis Edye Dawkins Terry Denard Vickie Denoma Jeanette Dewesse Sally Dillion David Dixon Lynette Douglas Lynette Dowd Gene Downs David Drake Jan Driggers Milford Driggers Cindy Duncan Joyce Dunlap Dena Dunn Stanley Earl Earl Edelen Jr. Kathy Edwards Lynne Elisor Wesley Elmore Jeff Erwin Gayle Estridge Mary Fairhard Sam Fanning Steve Faust John Fergason David Floyd Mike Foust Chuck Fowler Larry Fox Debbie Francis Carrol Frye Linda Galloway 169 David Gardner Geraldine Gardner Belinda Geiger Susan Geiger Velda Gentry Margie Gilliam June Gillins Deborah Gleaton Artie Glenn Rhonda Glenn Bari Goff Diane Goff Owens Goff Tina Goodwin K is ' 1'faz?,f.a,l2i:Ei1Y ,iaf giig l,a 9 if r ii if we or M , 1. ,G i A 4 1 . 1 ' L t f A N lziviz E M V, V A " 'l il' g ", f . bi fa Anyone for Popcorn Dorenda Gregg Dewey Gunter Mark Gunter Mary Gunter Renee Gunter Surb Guram Charles Hall Edith Hall Wayne Hall Janet Hallman Harold Hallman Dennis Hammond Joyce Hammond Gail Harsey Donna Harvey Price Harvey Hadric Havrid Mark Hendrix Jummy Higgs Marty Hilyer Mike Hines 170 Tony Goodwin Sharon Gordick Jimmye Grainger Robin Greene ,,.. 35 wgggl, M I g.,.f,. 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Fellows: Ernest Watford, Cathy Mitchell, Rusty Furtick, Edith Katherine Hite Marian Hite Denver Hoffman Steve Hoffman Cathy Holliman Mary Holmes Susan Homewood Mark Hood Curtis Hooks Terry Horton Cathy House Sandra Howe Mike Howell Darrell Hudson Donna Huggins Tim Hunter Edie Hutto Hut Hutto James Hutto Terri Hutto Denise Hyder Annette Jackson Charles Jackson Donnie Jackson Marvin Jackson Ronnie Jackson Ricky James Candy Jarvis 172 Christine Jeffers Kaye Jeffcoat Morris Jeffcoat Wanda Jeflcoat Timmy Jekins Diane Jernigan Patricia Johnson Winifred Johnson Benard Jones Debra Jones Patricia Jones Paula Jones Becky Jordan Myron Joyner Mike Kannady Cathy Keeney Mike Keisler Tim Kell Bob Kelly Butch Kelly Peggy Killion Paul King Linda Kirby Cindy Kirchdofer Kathy Kirkland Larry Knight Johnny Krantz Debra Kyzer Mile Kyzer Neil Kyzer Becky Lambert Wayne Lambert Sandi Langley Mark Lawson Lydia Layton Mike Lee Pam LeGrand Tommy Lightsey Dianne Linville Donald Linville Francis Linville Bredna Lipps Gloria Locklair Barbara Licklear Bubba Long Gary Lucas Libby Lucas Kathy Lynch John Mack 2, 4 W' na' f. 1' If Q ,Q iii? f af ,gr xg if AW! 1 iz 5 MM ifs I, ia, I ff" --af if 4 'J 4. , 4.?-Za., tiit , , iff 'eff U . ,A ,X 'K ,..,,,.v Wit af 1 will A ,il A ae: ,i , t :,, I ,Av ',x s I -Jkgr, L W x- ' M... W ...-3, A,A,, 3 V :E 6 if 53 5 lm A ' I! EB 4 st 4' Fi dai 4. v, .XJ ff J X Y H Q Il , , g' A , ll L ' .. x V ti In " A fl. X ' K . ' V J, V' 7 QQ' E an-J lt g 'Q . J ' M A-Q " . ' ' , , sf -f Q, wx A J 1,4 .,,. sig x Q fig' ' 'K Y Y V . li .4 Ei 4 ' Pam Mack Debbie Martain Nancy Sue Martain Sherman Matthews Debra McAfee Greg McCaw Dennis McEntire Tim McGuineas Mary Ann McHugh Jerry Mclver Marlene McKay Steve McKay Kay Meetze Deborah Miller Larry Millwood James Minton Cathy Mitchell Marqaret Mitchell Robert Mitchell Lynn Mitchem Valeria D. Mondell Brenda Moore Darlene Moorer Becky Morgenroth Kay Mosley Darrell Muller Charlene Murphy Lawrence Murphy Brent Myers Julie Neeley Tony L. Neeley Steve Nelson David Newhouse Jeffrey D. Osmer Dennis Orr Phil Parham Bill Parker Carol Paquet Cindy Pauline David Payne Ann Peele Earl Person Joe Pillow Jimmy Pippin Tommy Pittman Phil Pitts Jeannie Platt Janet Pleasant Roy L. Pleasant Brenda Poole Mark Porter Willie L. Porterfield Kenny Powell Nolton Powell Robin Price Robin Quesenberry Len Quick Stanley Rabon Gary Ray John Reynolds William Clyd Richardson Toni Jean Richburg Thomas Rigdon Steve Rikard Caroline J. Riley Pamela Riley Kenny Ring Gloria Roberts Mary Rogers D. J. Roland Curtis Rollison Richard Roof Cindy Ross Lydia Rozier Renee Rusing David Rutledge Tony Sanders 174 Organization, that's what us Juniors got! Can l help you? wx -Q its x 4 ? l l i ' ,.,.. L, ,,....,,. - ,E ,.., P ., l r"""! NN as X R X a , L r Q, gg: , Q.. t. , t . . 3 34 "Q:l , : il'i ,- ' A xt Q ix tt, . as S .. ti sg - .1 -1.- 'i i ,X F tx Wt' , Joe Sassamon Bobby Schmidt Randy Scott Libby Seegars Jerry Senn 6, Dale Sellers Ken Sharpe Wanda Shivers Dianne Shuler David Shull Joan Shumpert Vickie Shumpert Angie Simpson Remember this? Becky Sinnot Cheryl Smith Cindy Smith Jewel Smith Julie Smith Mildred Smith 'lg Ted Smith Wanda Smith Sharon Snelgrove Jimmy Sox Jody Sox Laurie Sox Dean Spires Sharon Spires Charles Soarboraugh 175 Lo Shirley Staley Barry Staley Barry Starnes Margie Steele Kenny Stephens Pam Stone Ralph Stoudemire Debbie Sturkey Pete Sturkey Roslyn Styrkie Quinton Sturkie Melvin Summers Michael Switzer Tim Taylor Jerry Teal Gary Templeton Jackie Thompson Nancy Thompson Tracy Truesdale Charlene Turner Eddie Turner Ronnie M. Tuten Jimmy Walker Walter Walker Joyce Wallace Glenn Walter Debbie Walters Denise Warren Linda Waters 176 W M W 'Q fv But officer we didn't steal this football field, it's ours really! gn 7.1. A t I f, L, 423 5 Q l l l l i ,:" f ,, aff Q V U5 A 'Jw K t , M 1 l ' lg QUl?wi ww V, f Ernest Watford Norman Watts Rudy Watts James Way Melba Weathers Maxine Webb Cindy Welborn Robbie Whisennant Ron White Dorothy Williams Harold Williams Hollis Williams Wanda Williams Joyce Williamson Larry Williamson Randy Williamson Cathy Winstead Sidney Winstead Timmy Wix Jo Anne Wright William Wright Cookie Woo Denise Woodbury Ricky Wooten Gina Vaughn Lynn Verlinden Charles Vinison Greg Yancey Miriann Zeigler 177 5 Mmm Secretary-Treasurer: Susan Eagle if SS , S J :'- in the and devotion in the the in the me, and in the nobility of work as the creative expression of as my share in easing the common load of all. l believe in the holiness of friendship, knowing that my life is a tapestry from the silken threads of many beautiful lives. . . . l believe in God, who justifies all my beliefs. He is still a small voice within, ever urging me toward the unattained. Since he cares for these things, I believe that even death cannot steal these precious possessions from me. And whatever more I believe is entwined in those precious feelings that lie too deep for words. -W. Argow 180 Seniors Start Their Year With Th JOHN WESLEY AARON SHIRLEY ELAINE ADAMS THOMAS LEROY ADKINS SANDRA MARIE ALTMAN S.1S ,S ie- I I I if his Siii gf :gif .:1",g.fise'3 -k:k. 'ii ..-:Q ANGELA ATKINSON LINDA KAY AMAKER CRISANDER ANDERSON JOE LEWIS ANDERSON 2 DANA CAROL ATKINSON RONALD GREGORY ATTAWAY SARAH FAITH ATWOOD BENNY EUGENE AUSTIN RALPH EDWARD BACKMAN DAVID FRANK'-IN BAILEY RONALD SAMUEL BAILEY BRIDGETT DENISE BARNES lection Of Student Council WILLIAM ROBERT BARTON Sip X t fiit Q, 4 'Y X1 Q viii: S-1 ' if t it y f' 3 WFS. gg"31,,as gWg.S5'f f ,Sit Q -its Qtriix s-1yQisj,, .see ,, 'AV - M435 "yi" ig sa . 35' at ew, W-,ttf ,5'l'fw4k, mtl MARK BARNWELL BAUGHMAN KATHRYN LYNN BEARD ALFRED LEE BENNETT, Jr. RUBY NELL BINYARD MICHAEL CARROLL BOUKNIGHT SUSAN ELAINE BOULWARE WAYNE TIMMONS BIRCHMORE DEBORAH LISA BLACK LINDA KAREN BONNER Senior Student Council Representatives are: tLeft to rightl FIRST ROW-Sherry Mungo, Lynn Hicks, Cindy Neese, Shirley Adams, Lynda Litton, Mark Driggers, Sharon Godley, Tina Turner, Anna Homewood. SECOND ROW-Rusty Pruett, Bobby McLeod, Keith Jumper, Lynn Knight, Gale Hutchins, Jane Hawley, Debbie Smith, Kathy Sightler, Cindy Coleman. THIRD ROW-Mark Baughman, Avery Wilkerson, Mike Chavis, Mike Gregory, Ricky Lanier, Randy Moorer. 182 W, WWW Dana And Rocky Are Chose Jon-IN MARSHALL aowLEs, III TERRIL LEE anAowELL RHONDA emu. smmcn cnEnvL Lyme-n-E gnggux DONALD LEE BRELAND JANICE DENISE BROOKS MICHAEL DEAN BROOKS MW' fe BRENDA DEAN BROOME ANGELIA KAV BROWDER BRENDA KAY BROWN .455 DOROTHY ELIZABETH BROWN KOZIE BROWN SAMUEL LEE BROWN SARA ANN BROOKS '6 DEREK MALONE BROWN A A ,fw ff 6 4 Q, Nw W LM .X .L SJ? .U ,f 4454 JOHN LESTER BUCKNER, Jr. Best All Around f-Q. MARVIN BRADLEY BULL MARTIN TYREE BUSBEE KAREN JANINE BUTLER JENNY LYNNE BYRD KIMBERLY Joy CALDWELL ALAN Cunjqs CAI-E BARBARA CAROL CAMPBELL MELVIN RUSSELL CAMPBELL ,mx v-"puff , Ex? :nf Dana Atkinson and Rocky Rietkovich were chosen as Best All Around in the Senior Class of 1974. 183 184 ,L -- Jw f H f 4 ff f if iw? ,, Y 7 2 A w K ' gk cfm ? f 7 5 f' O , ' I 4, THOMAS FORDYCE CARLSON DEBORAH HANE CARSON KENNETH TIVERTON CARTER JAMES JOSEPH CASCIO WWW . Z, MELTON LEE CASSIDY fix ,, if I xi Q' i The two seniors that were chosen as friendliest are Lynn Hicks and Rick Miine. ANITA GAYLE cA1'o H ,4 Q. L 9 ,,,. .,,1, 2 if g E-RANA LEIGH CHAVIOUS GOLDIE LORETTA CHAVIS MICHAEL WAYNE CHAVIS MARY BETH CLAMP KENNETH HAROLD CLUB! LYNNE DALE COCKRELL TERRY LANE COCKRELL CYNTHIA SUSAN COLEMAN RALPH DOUGLAS COLLINGWOOD JOHN DENNIS CONNER The two Most Athletic Seniors are Kozie Brown and Sharon Freeman. .. xi n f . X t i S A 'f oo ' -. 1' to X . 0 ,2 . Y 5 f EVM? ef 1 , 'Y X ' mints DONNA CAROL CORBETT MICKEY SARILYN CORDELL LAURA VIRGINIA COVINGTON CARL KEITH CROUCH 185 186 MARTY LANE CROUCH CRAIG FREDERICK CUTTER AMELIA DAVIS STRICKLAND PATRICK MICHAEL DENNIS DOROTHY COLEEN DERRICK JAMES DERRYL DIXON CHERYL LYNN DORN MENDEL LANSING CROVILEY RAYMOND EUGENE CRUMPTON DAVID LYNN CULBREATH ' ,VV ,A I xr EIYMA EMMI W e 7' NORMAN ELTON DAVIS, Jr. SUSAN LYNNE DEKETELEARE Even though the stands may be empty, you can see the two Most School Spirited seniors-Terri Free and Phil Vaughn cheering away. Fonn Hol.MAN DREW, In JOSEPH MARK-DRIGGERS KAREN ANNE DUNLAP SUSAN REBECCA EAGLE KENNETH DAVID EARHART JOANNE EARLE LUCINDA ANNETTE EDEN MICHAEL LAMAR EDENFIELD ii? 6 C RICHARD GARY ELLIS EMILA DIANE ENFINGER ak The two seniors chosen as Most Intellectual are Mary Beth Clamp cAnL Louis EPPS, Jr. CHARLES wAYNE FALLAW and Bobby McLeod. 187 188 1 I T if S ANNIE RUTH FANNING -3 A 9 Aww . 1 ,N SHEILA DIANE FREE WESLEY HUGH FURTICK .f ,gif- S I CHARLES STEPHEN FERTICK -I -Ififff. W 'Q' xg fs Xxx if S k':1 1 5 5 ' X , f. r . xi N Epi? ,lk A 'Q Qu' MICHAEL EDWARD FOX gr. N -AE f' A Wx 'LI I .. Q. fi' 7 7'-13 fREI 1 Vi, sf: N- "' 4 vw? ' '- ls I' I RK A A R W rn-"2 fi . A - SHARON LEE FREEMAN TERRI LEIGH FREE L S H .. ' I X DAVID EUGENE FUSON GARY STEPHEN FUTRAL LAWRENCE EUGENE GAINEY .ll BILLY CARLISLE GALLOWAY, Jr. JERRY ALLAN GANTT MICHAEL IRVIN GARNER PATRICIA RENEE GARTMAN T DONNA JEAN GERALD SW CHRISTIE BELLE GILLINS ROBERT CLINTON GODLEY JO ANN GILLESPIE sv if PAMELA ELAINE GLEATON SHARON LEE GODLEY DAVID ALBERT GOFF I Fx U If - ..., X -F K i- 'ai-I. Q x an M . W ir! MARK EURELL GILLIAM BRENDA LEE GODFREY GRAHAM DUWAYNE GOFF CATHERINE ELIZABETH GOLSTON MARILYN MARIE GOLSTON PAUL CHARLES GORDICK JODIE LYNN GRAHAM 189 190 PAULA ANN GREGG MICHAEL FREDERICK GREGORY JUDY ELAINE GRICE DEBORAH JEAN GRIFFITI-I Two Seniors Are Choser FRANKIE JOEL GRIGSBY JOHN ALBERT GUNTER DONNA ALEEN HAIR David Bailey and Sharon Godley were chosen as the two most dependabie seniors in the Senior Class of 1974. DAVID RAY HALL As "Most Dependable" axe e ee e ee g e Q ,i ? 2 GEORGE EVANS HALL JESSE WAYNE HALL MARY KAY HARMON STEVEN BERLEY HARRELL V Vkx IKE CHARLTON KEITH HARSEY JANE MASON EDEN8 HAVILEY JAMES DAVID HERRON, Jr. ELINOR LYNN MICKS 5 I 5 I ,,, , ALICE RENA HIXON PURSTELL LAWRENCE HOFFMAN JAN DOREEN HILDEBRAN DOROTHY ANN HITE 9 ANNA LEE HOMEWOOD ALTHEA ALBERTA HOOD SHARON DIANE HOOK MELODY KAY HUFF 191 if S! QM SQ 1 f K' 1 M 4.,, W HARRY EDWARD HURLEY BARBARA GALE HUTCHINS The two seniors chosen as Most Likely to Succeed are Susan Eagle and Mark YOUHQ. DEBORAH JEAN HuT'ro RODNEY novo HuT1'o, Jr. i Candy Sale " " ' A Big Success!!! ff im? i i , Y x ff Ei I I I . H ,.!,. , 1, - I ,, 6 iff , T ,N 5 ' gs' A ' K ' V I In JP, As!! Sigue! I I I' 1 PHYLLIS ELAINE HYDRICK BRUCE EDWARD JACKSON CATHY MARIE JACOBS ANN MARIE JANUCHOWSKI CARL TIMOTHY JEFFCOAT NANCY JEFFCOAT DANA KEITH JOHNSON JOSEPH DUANE JOHNSON 192 WW" RUSSELL ALAN JOHNSON SUSAN ELIZABETH JOHNSON LORENZO JONES QUINTIN LOUIS JONES 5552 FREORICK LEE JOY JANELL YVONNE JOYNER JOHN KEITH JUMPER CARL PRESTON KEENEY I m ' W f I f,.Q-117i'-44 L Wg.. , ,CA "" V Laid ? , 2, .V ' ff, ., 1' ,ii j ' 5 5, e,,:- ' 35,Lizb-L.J,,,w-,fz3'w-Q a' z ffw jf ,mv - , ,ffggjfw-uf myf g :iv I V5 P i Iikiikiiiffi '14, 5?g3fi"i'l " ,f Z'f?'v?q Eiiriifiif iifif I ' l PAMELA FAITH KEISLER KENNETH EUGENE KERBS TEARRONE MAXEWELL KINLEY JAMES CURTIS KINSEY The two wittiest seniors at Airport High are Joyce Waldrop and Mike Chavis. 193 Deborah Washington and Wayne Birchmore are the two Most Popular seniors at Airport High School for the year 1973-74. SUSAN LYNN KNIGHT GEORGE LAVANCE KYZER jf V, v 3 JOHNNY CARROLL KYZER SHIRLEY CYNTHIA LBCONS A ifr . 3 Q 'I TERRY ROXANNE LATHAM CHARLES HENRY LAUE 1 94 rv! X wi? if wx Q EN ff? I fo 'L - E? -1 Q E Ss yogi 9 QW: STEVE ALLEN LAIL RICHARD BURTON LANIER 5 DEBBIE LOUISE LAWSON DONNA LQCLAIR MEETZE A fm f'fy'ffW DIANE MARIE LEE SUSAN LEVINER KEATON f' f ' M 14 I -rg j - I W ,Q , ,,,V , ,,,,,:V, DONNA MARIE LEE KRISTI ESTELLE LEE TODD BARRETT LEE TA BETH LILLEY 4 A: Af lf, Q QW. ,,. ,fV ,V ,Q at 'W ,Q - - W..-1 I V- ' . gf L P '- ' I TTT f I' - L mm ' ' I 1 ff ft A ' if ,,"' uf ry in i LYNDA LUCRETIA LITTON ROBERT ELFRED LIVINGSTU I ,Q 1 L :fig I 3,47 'Z' ,T M 1' L W ALE A 1 Q 'I V, ,ig "4 if . AA A ,., I I LESTER CHARLIE LUCAS RUTH ANN LUCAS Amelia Strickland and Craig Cutter are the two Most Attractive seniors in the Class of 1974. 195 196 MELINDA LOUISE MANGUM Arrruun wHn"rlNGToN MANos The Most Talented seniors in the class of 1974 are Paula Gregg and Rusty Pruett I ,bra ,N :ES-ff ' 'E , RANDALL BRYAN MARCHANT MANNING LEWIS MCCORMACK, Jr. I ,ri E xi" If I Q X TN -ggi CHARLES O'NEIL MARTIN I 4 4 I K . PATRICK ROBERT MCGUIRE 'W 15-. Q I Y 5 sy I wwf? 1' CHERYL GLENN MARTIN WILLIAM ALLEN MARTIN BONNIE FAYE MCIVER RISH SHELBY JEAN McKAY I . is ' A xf,-ix, 3. rv -1 5 f Q' P' . I H- ii ' H5356 . 4 fy R fs Q ITII M "Y ' SA 9 A553 :W I - if 5555? 'rnoums ELDRIDGE MCLENDON, Jr. noasnf NELsoN MeLEoo snmLEv ANNE MELTON 2 W 5 STANLEY DALE MILES HENRY LUDWIG MILNE, Ill DENISE RENE MINCEY MARK ALAN MITCHELL KATHY LYNN MONDELL ROBERT THAYLE MOONEYHAN, Jr. RANDY MARSHALL MOORER DAVID EUGENE MOSTELLER KRISTIANE JOY MOSTEU-ER DEBORAH JEAN MILES CARL GARY MITCHELL MARGARET LAVERNE MOORE JANICE GAIL MULLER 197 198 SHERHY LOUISE MUNGO The two seniors that are Most Congenial are Cindy Neese and Ricky Lanier. RANJANI NAGARAJAN LARRY FIAY NANCE af z 1? 6 A .xg wi, ,M , . , :Mi , zffwt' ' i DEBRA DENISE MYERS JOHN MICHAEL NEAL CINDY LEILA NEESE LOFII MELISSA NICHOLAS THOMAS DUANE NUNN VICTORIA ANN O'NEAL KARL DUNCAN OSWALD MARY EVON OSWALD VIRGINIAI ..,.., ying -49' RENE OUTLAW MARY ANN OWENS LEW-ANN PARHAM -'my -.pw --.qv SHIRLEY GERTRUDE PAUL MINNIE ELAINE PEELE JOAN MARIE PEGRAM BENJAMIN PELOSO, III www.. The Wofford King Teen is Mark Young. M . Aw .JN Q.. MIN LW W? SHIRLEY ELAINE PELOSO KATHERINE LUCY PENLAND 4? If LORI ANN PEREIRA PAMELA ANN PERSON 199 200 ,I 'Ii i I .I 3 ' ,J I DANIEL MICHAEL PINKSTON I JUDITH KAYE PITTMAN WILLIAM IRA POUND, Jr. JOHN MARTIN PROUSE JOSEPH GERARD PROUSE RUSSELL SCOTT PRUETT 'Suk 'ff CATHERINE ANNA RAUBENSTRAUCH WILLIAM KEITH RAY JOHN STEVEN RICARD ' "Fu fix: F' 5 I I J 'ff I-.6 I P? JOHNNY RAY POWELL 4043 BLANCHE DIANA PRYOR V '., ff: "'- in Q.:- I SfS QI' ..I, I 551 if A 41 ag 1 IWIME if I '- 35? LHLE i WIAA Q I BURKE MAYER RICHARDSON ,W ,,., :mr RODERICK HURST RICHARDSON STEPHEN HARRISON RIETKOVICH JAMES PATRICK ROBERTSON JONI JEANETTE ROBINS ' 5 ' ,,, A f f : w.,w . m 3 ' " M y I , I L W! fffZf'.""3 nf- V ,, , fkfrf. . Mf715f?'?, I I QM Q, , V: Aw" , I 7 W TM 1 . W ' f ,I ' JACKIE MARTHA RODGERS BOBBY MORRIS ROGERS The winner of the Betty Crocker Award is Phyllis Hydrick. TERRY J0 ROWLETT JANET LYNN RUCKER KIT COLETTE SANDERS MARIAN REGINA SCARBOROUGH LINDA SUSAN SCHMIDT SHEILA KAY SEASE DARLING BRUCE SHARPE CHARLES RICHARD SHARPE CINDY LENORA SHUMPERT JANE ELIZABETH SHUMPERT 201 202 Rick Milne Goes WALTER STEVEN SHUMPERT I I The Boy's State Members are: FIRST ROW-Bob Livingston, Mark Young, Ned Davis, and John Boles. SECOND ROW-Bobby McLeod, Kenneth West, Rick Milne, and David Bailey. Absent is Larry Gainey. KATHHVN LuvEnNlA slGH'rLEn KATHY ELAINE SIGHTLER RAYMOND SIMMONS SYLVIA LOUISE SIMMONS DAVID HUGH SIMPSON JAMES GEORGE SINGLEY, Jr. MARY CATHERINE SINGLEY FRANKLIN MARION SKINNER RHONDA DENICE SLOAN IBenj To Boy's Nation .- I 1 wg .e :T I 3? an f I CARQI-yN RUTH SM'-I-H DEBRA SUE SMITH DANNY SIGHTLER SMOAKE ANGELA LYON SNELGROVE , QM NNW' BEVERLY ANN SNIPES GLORIA RENEE SNIPES MELINDA MARIA SPENCER ERNIE CLAY SPIRES W-su U3- Qs, ,Q MARY GAYLE SPIRES RANDY RUSSELL SPIRES Rv '- The GirI's State Members are Susan Johnson and Karen Dunlap. Ab- VICKY LYNN SPITZNESSER DAVID EARL STANLEY Sent from the piciure is Kim Tyler, :NN X 203 204 Honor Graduates Are The Honor Graduates for 1974 are: lFrom bottom to topi FIRST ROW-Lori Pereira, Mark Young, Melody Huff, Vickie Sykes, Evon Oswald, Sara Beth Watson, Rusty Pruett, Gail Harsey, Paula Gregg, Mickey Cordell, Georgetta Sturkie, Judy Grice, Deborah Carson, J' CRAIG LEVOID STANTON CHIP STERING STEVENS LAURA ELLEN STRICKLAND FRANCES GEORGETTA STURKIE Lew-Ann Parham, Cathy Sightler, Larry Hoffman. SECOND ROW- Jane Hawley, Barbara Campbell, Phyllis Hydrick, Cindy Neese, Mary Beth Clamp, Kim Caldwell, Gayle Cato, Pam Person, Ellen Brock, Jodie Graham, Sheila Sease. SANDRA JANE STEVENS ROBERT EDWARD STONE VICKI SUE SYKES BRENDA CAROL THOMAS Chosen For The Year 1974. . Q X I, ire, ,. .. Q 1 I 'EU Honor Graduates for 1974 are: iFrom bottom to topl FIRST ROW- BillY Pound, Amelia Strickland, I-Yfln Hicks, JimmY Robertson, Bob Livingston, Derek Brown, Deborah Washington, Rick Milne, Ricky Lanier, Karen Dunlap, Dottie Derrick, Kathy Beard, Lynda Lit- ton, Denise Mincey. SECOND ROW-John Boles, Bobby McLeod, Lynn Knight, David Simpson, Cindy Coleman, Diane Lee, Gary Futral. BOBBY MARTIN TOOLE TINA LYNN TURNER KIM KAREN TYLER PHILIP EUGENE VAUGHN 5492: IZA VIRGINIA VENCILL JOYCE LYNN WALDROP REGINAL LLOYD WARD DEBORAH BELINDA WASHINGTON 205 206 JOEY FRED WATFORD SHEREE MARIE WATKINS MARVIN LUKE WATSON SARA ELIZABETH WATSON We ,eos 69 avg 'avg Bji-e-6 SHERRIE DIANE WELBORN DEMPSEY WADE WELCH , f 1 KENNETH BLAKE WEST MARK DEWAIN WHETSELL if 1, 'Rf of af X. 4 ,RX The Class of '74 triumphs Homecoming Float Contest. N 5 f again as they win First Place in the EDWARD CHARLES WHITE LAURA ESTELLE WHITE RONNIE CHESTER WHITE WILLIAM DENNIS WHITE W I if W , SUSAN DIANE WHITTEN AVEHY BLAND WILKERSON, Jr. KIMARA JAN WILLIAMS LUTHER MARTIN WILLIAMS 7 PATRICIA ANITA WILLIAMS ROBERT MARION WILLIAMS, Jr. J' pg , 7, I ,A I 9:94 .' "gig" Y , 1 ,X ,zgggm 'nfs' f , Hfg.. ' I' K 'ji X if 'wage -ffsrezf f I in if , up mm :gf 5 ' 22: ' :Mfr Q 1 , iii, 4 lb32::9!!G4 3 ' gs. 608' , I r. '22""" 285-ff-'QI' 2 S era ' L42 I . 4, A I VIRGINIA ANN WILLIAMS LOUIE CARROLLWILLIAMSON AMY LaJEAN WILLARD CHANDRA WILLIAMS Coach Fiietkovich gives Lynn Hicks a reassuring pat on the shoulder during the powder puff game. 207 208 CHARLES EDWARD WILSON BRENDA JOYCE WOOTEN DOROTHY OLIVIA ZEIGLER FRANKIE LOUISE WILSON W -if Q, VICKIE ALTHEA WOOTEN DEBRA LYNN WINDHAM PAMELA KAYE WOODLE c I f4 . ff" , X A IQ,A X, I, ,I ,JMR QA. f3?fff7 f'Lf7f"'ffffLfg' X tj , 5 Q1 Jnffwfiff inf 1. fs . ff D gn 5 ,Hx u ,' Q , L, UK f 'fv5xi1. -3 A "L, - , -ff Kfff, Lf4Q u'II'f1Iz!Ef I A!.if1w- GLENDA mu.: wmaonoucu max curms voum: N Faces Of 1974 Laugh your happy laughter and cry your gentle tears, Looking for that rainbow growing up in years. Silent shouts of victory that sparkle in the eyes! The proud ones reaching upward, reaching for the sky. Pounding screams of spirit that pierce a football field. And soothing Chorus melodies in which our hearts were filled. Love and pride, joy and sadness all rolled up into one, That makes us the people that we are, we're children of the sun. I know because l've been there. l have seen each face. I know it's been a good year. l know we've won the race. The good times and the bad times all rolled up into one. You can see it in our faces, We're children of the sun. . . . Anna Homewood Class of 1974 210 1974 Senior Hall Of Fame LYNN HICKS: Senior Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, Tennis Team, Cheerleader. PLANS FOR COLLEGE MAJOR: Biology, U.S.C. RICKY LANIER: Treasurer of Senior Honor Society, President of Chorus, All State Chorus. PLANS FOR COLLEGE MAJOR: Business, U.S.C. PAULA GREGG: Senior Honor Society, Quill 81 Scroll, Annual Staff, All State Chorus. PLANS FOR COLLEGE MAJOR: Music Education-U.S.C. MARK YOUNG: Senior Honor Society, King Teen, President of Band. PLANS FOR COLLEGE MAJOR: Psychology-Wofford. DEBORAH WASHINGTON: Senior Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, All State Chorus, Student Body Secretary, Cheerleader. PLANS FOR COLLEGE MAJOR: Music- U.S.C. Members Contribute To The . . . 1. SUSAN EAGLE: Annual Staff, Secretary-Treasurer of the Senior Class. PLANS FOR COLLEGE MAJOR: Music, Columbia College. 2. ROCKY RIETKOVICH: President ol Student Body, BC-Airport lntercouncil, Soccer. PLANS FOR COLLEGE MAJOR: Jour- nalism, U.S.C. 3. BOBBY MCLEOD: President of Senior Honor Society, President of Mu Alpha. PLANS FOR COLLEGE MAJOR: Electrical Engineering, Clemson. 4. BOB LIVINGSTON: Senior Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, All State Chorus, Tennis Team. PLANS FOR COLLEGE MAJOR: Physics, M.l.T. 5. LYNN KNIGHT: Spanish Honor Society, All State Chorus, Tennis Team, Cheerleader. PLANS FOR COLLEGE MAJOR: Nursing, U.S.C. 1 3 Q is re 211 Leadership Athletic, Intellectual, and Musical Abilit LARRY HOFFMAN: Senior Honor Society, Quill 8t Scroll, Editor of Newspaper Staff. PLANS FOR COLLEGE MAJOR: English-Furman. TERRY BRADWELL: Track, Cross Country. PLANS FOR COLLEGE MAJOR: U.S.C. KOZIE BROWN: Football. PLANS FOR COLLEGE MAJOR: Physical Education- South Carolina State. DANA ATKINSON: Treasurer of Student Body, Airport-BC lntercouncil, Head Cheerleader. PLANS FOR COLLEGE MAJOR: Journalism-U.S.C. DAVID SIMPSON: Senior Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Newspaper Staff. PLANS FOR COLLEGE MAJOR: Computer Science, Clemson. RICK MILNE: Vice-President of Senior Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Spanish Honor Society, Basketball, Boy's Nation Senator. PLANS FOR COLLEGE MAJOR: Sociology, U.S.C. WAYNE BIRCHMORE: Senior Class President, DECA, State DECA President. Q Class Of '74 Senior Statistics SHIRLEY ELAINE ADAMS Homecoming Contestant 45 Pep Club 1,25 FHA 15 Powder Puff 45 Student Council 45 Afro American History 25 Cheerleading Club 25 Teen Talk Club 35 Cosmotology 45 Knitting 3. THOMAS LEROY ADKINS DECA 15 J. V. Baseball 15 Camping Club5 Drivers Safety Club5 Karate Mini Course. RANDY CAREY ALFORD DECA 3,45 Pep Club 1,25 Library Assistant 35 Guidance Assistant 25 FCA 15 Bus Driver 35 Teenage Republicans 15 Intramurals 3,45 Art Club 45 Art Council 35 Karate Mini Course 2,35 Camping 3. SANDRA MARIE ALTMAN French Club 35 GAA 1,25 Pep Club 1,25 All County Band 15 Homeroom Officer 15 Prom Committee 4. LINDA KAY AMAKER DECA 45 Art Club 25 Third Runner up Miss Afro 35 SAC 3. CHRISANDER ANDERSON DECA 15 Powder Puff 3,45 SAC 1,2,3,4. JOE LEWIS ANDERSON Powder Puff 35 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 SAC 1,2,3,4, Vice- President 45 Track 45 Cross Country 45 Karate Club 35 Baseball 4. ANGELA ATKINSON Aquila Contest 45 Spanish Club 2,3,45 Junior Civinettes 45 Pep Club 15 Drama Club 15 Powder Puff 3,45 Student Council 1,25 Homeroom Vice-President 1, Secretary 2. RONALD GREGORY ATTAWAY All State Band 1,25 All County Band 1,25 Central Region Band 1,2. SARA FAITH ATWOOD Newspaper Staff 45 Talon Staff 35 Pep Club 15 Guidance Assistant 35 Art Council 25 Psychology 45 Can Do Club 3. DAVID FRANKLIN BAILEY Pep Club 45 Homeroom Vice-President 15 Boy's State 45 FCA 15 Intramurals 1,2,35 B Team Football 15 J. V. Foot- ball 25 B Team Basketball 1. RONALD SAMUEL BAILEY DECA 3,45 Pep Club 15 Homeroom Officer 25 Teenage Republicans 35 Intramurals 2,45 J. V. Baseball 2. BRIDGETT DENISE BARNES Aquila Contest 45 Junior Civinettes 2,3,45 GAA 35 Pep Club 1,2,35 Chorus 1,25 Drama Club 1,45 Homeroom Secretary 45 Alternate Prom Committee 45 Mascot 35 Modern Dance 35 Film as Art 4. WILLIAM ROBERT BARTON Varsity Football 3,45 FCA 45 Block A Club 45 Fishing 25 Ham Radio 35 Accounting 3. MARK BARNWELL BAUGHMAN DECA 4, Vice President 45 Pep Club 1,25 Band 1,25 Student Council 45 Homeroom Officer 1,2,35 Bus Driver 3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Karate 3,45 Camping 3,4. KATHRYN LYNN BEARD Junior Honor Society 1,25 Senior Honor Society 3,45 Mu Alpha Theta 3,45 Junior Marshall 35 Pep Club 1,2,35 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Girl's Octet 45 Tennis Club 45 Modern Dance 3. ALFRED LEE BENNETT, JR. Intramurals 15 J. V. Football 3. RUBY NELL BINYARD ' DECA 3,45 Pep Club 2. LINDA KAREN BONNER GAA 15 Newspaper Staff 1,2,35 Pep Club 1,25 Chorus 2,3,45 FTA 45 GAA 25 Library Assistant 1,25 Guidance Assis- tant 35 Poetry 35 Piano 3. MICHAEL CARROLL BOUKNIGHT DECA 45 Prom Committee 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOHN MARSHALL BOWLES, Ill Senior Honor Society 35 Boy's State 4, TERRIL LEE BRADWELL Block A Club 1,45 FCA 1,45 Track 1,3,45 Cross Country 1,3,4. RHONDA GAIL BRANCH Football for Women 45 Religion5 Cosmotology. CHERYL LYNETTE BREAUX Junior Honor Society 1,25 DECA 45 Chorus 1,25 Powder Puff 45 Tennis Club 1. DONALD LEE BRELAND Varsity Basketball 4. ELLEN FREEMAN BROCK Junior Honor Society 25 Senior Honor Society 3,45 French Club 25 DECA 45 Junior Marshall 35 Pep Club 1,25 Homeroom President 15 Decoupage Club 4. JANICE DENISE BROOKS GAA 15 Drama Club 15 Powder Puff Mechanics5 Defensive Driving5 Wildlife. SARA ANN BROOKS GAA 1,25 Chorus 1,2,35 FTA 35 Powder Puff5 Gamecock Basketball Club 45 Badminton Club 3. BRENDA DEAN BROOME Talon Staff 25 Pep Club 15 FTA 35 Student Council 15 Homeroom Officer 1,25 Library Assistant 1,2,3,45 FCA 35 Prom Committee 4. ANGELIA KAY BROWDER Aquila Contest 1,25 DECA 45 Pep Club 1,25 Student Council 1,25 Sophomore Class Officer 2. BRENDA KAY BROWN Pep Club 1,25 Powder Puff Mechanicsq Cosmotology5 Defensive Driving5 Modeling. DEREK MALONE BROWN Junior Honor Society 15 Senior Honor Society 3,45 Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,45 Junior Marshall 35 Pep Club 25 Homeroom Officer 1,2545 Intramurals 2,35 B Team Football 15 Golf Team 3. DOROTHY ELIZABETH BROWN Can Do Club 15 Folk Music 15 Child Psychology 25 Naval Science 25 Library Club 2,4, President5 ROTC 45 Library Assistant 1,2545 Junior Honor Society 1. KOZIE BROWN Homeroom Officer 45 Block A Club 35 Intramurals 15 SAC 35 B Team Football 15 J. V, Football 25 Varsity Football 3,45 B Team Basketball 15 J. V. Basketball 25 Varsity Basketball 35 Track 1. SAMUEL LEE BROWN Varsity Football MARVIN BRADLEY BULL French Club 2,3,45 Latin Club 1,2,3,45 Bridge Club 1,- 2,3. CHERYL LYNN BURTON Drama Club 1,25 Homeroom Officer 1,25 Pep Club 2. KAREN JANINE BUTLER DECA 45 Junior Civinettes 45 GAA 25 Pep Club 1,25 Drama Club 15 Office Assistant 45 Ethics 1, JENNY LYNNE BYRD French Club 25 VIA 3,4, Vice President 45 GAA 1,25 FTA 35 Gamecock Basketball Club 45 Badminton Club 3. KIMBERLY JOY CALDWELL Senior Honor Society 45 French Club 45 Pep Club 15 Guidance Assistant 4. BARBARA CAROL CAMPBELL Junior Honor Society 25 Senior Honor Society 3,45 Mu Alpha Thata 3,45 Spanish Club 3,45 Spanish Honor Society 45 Latin Club 1,25 Junior Marshall 35 Newspaper Staff 45 VIA 1,25 Teenage Republicans 2. THOMAS FORDYCE CARLSON Soccer 2,3,45 Chess Club 2. DEBORAH JANE CARSON Homecoming Contestant 2, 1st Runner up Miss Homecoming 25 Junior Honor Society 1,25 Senior Honor Society 3,45 Mu Alpha Theta 3,45 Latin Club 2,3,45 Junior Marshall 35 Pep Club 1,2,35 Drama Club 1,25 Homeroom Secretary 15 Dancing mini course 35 Teachers Aide 45 Defensive Driving 45 Perfect Attendance 1, E-RANA LEIGH CHAVIOUS DECA 45 GAA 15 Pep Club 35 Powder Puff 45 Cheerleading Club 2. GOLDIE LORETTA CHAVIS DECA 45 GAA 1,25 Pep Club 1,2,35 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Drama Club 1,25 Teen Talk 25 First Aid Assistant 2. MICHAEL WAYNE CHAVIS DECA 45 Powder Puff Contestant 3, Miss Powder Puff 35 Student Council 3,45 Student Council Officer 35 Homeroom Officer 1,2,35 Prom Committee 45 Block A Club 3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 B Team Football 15J.V. Football 25 J. V. Baseball 25 Varsity Baseball 3,45 Wrestling 2,3,4, Cap- tain 4. MARY BETH CLAMP Junior Honor Society 1,2, Secretary 25 Senior Honor Society 3,4, Secretary 45 Mu Alpha Theta 2.3.4, Vice- President 45 Spanish Club 2,3,45 Spanish Honor Society 3,45 Latin Club 15 Junior Civinettes 3,4, President 45 GAA 1,25 Junior Marshall 35 Pep Club 15 Powder Puff 3,45 Homeroom Officer 1,25 Furman Scholar 35 Presbyterian Fellow 35 Newberry Scholar 3. KENNETH HAROLD CLUBB ' Intramurals 1,25 World War ll Mini Course 35 Aviation Mini Course 3,4, LYNNE DALE COCKRELL Spanish Club 45 Spanish Honor Society 45 Latin Club 2,45 VIA 15 GAA 1,25 Pep Club 15 Prom Committee 45 Teenage Republicans 25 Bowling Team 15 Salesmanship 33 Defensive Driving 3. TERRY LANE COCKRELL FCA 1,25 Bus Driver 2,3,45 Teenage Democrats 25 Track 1,25 Cross Country 2,3,45 Aviation Mini Course5 World War ll Mini Course5 "Now" Mini Course. CYNTHIA SUSAN COLEMAN 1. 213 214 Aquila Contest 1,2,3,4, Second Runner up Miss Freshman 1, Miss Junior 3, Miss Senior 43 Homecoming Contestant 23 Junior Honor Society 1,23 Senior Honor Society 3,43 French Club 4, Treasurer 43 GAA 1,2,3, Secretary 33 Junior Marshall 33 Pep Club 1,23 Chorus 1,2,- 3,4, All State Chorus 2,43 Madrigal 2,3,43 Powder Puff 3,43 Student Council 1,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 23 Homeroom Secretary 1,33 Prom Committee 43 Airport-BC lntercouncil 33 Tennis Club 23 Psychic Phenomena 4. RALPH DOUGLAS COLLINGSOOD Block A Club 1,2,43 Teenage Republicans 23 Teenage Democrats 13 Bowling Team 33 Wrestling 1,3. JOHN DENNIS CONNEFI DECA 3,43 Pep Club 13 Bus Driver 3,43 Intramurals 13 Tennis Club 23 B Team Football 13 Soccer 1. DONNA CAROL CORBETT French Club 3,4, officer 43 Drama Club 1,23 Art Club 13 Art Council 2,3. LAURA VIRGINIA COVINGTON French Club 23 Junior Civitans 3,41 GAA 33 Pep Club 23 Powder Puff 33 Homeroom Officer 43 Prom Committee 43 Office Assistant 2,3,43 Teenage Republicans 2. CARL KEITH CROUCH DECA 4. RAYMOND EUGENE CRUMPTON Bus Driver 23 Sports Car and Races 33 Weight Lifting 2,3. AMELIA SHARON DAVIS Aquila Contest 4, Miss Aquila 43 Junior Honor Society 1,23 Senior Honor Society 43 Mu Alpha Theta 43 Pep Club 23 Drama Club 13 Student Council 13 Class Officer 13 Homeroom Officer 23 Karate 23 Brookland-Cayce Freshman Class Beauty 13 Brookland-Cayce Freshman Class Vice President 13 Chess Club 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4. JOSEPHINE MICHELLE DENOMA Spanish Club 2,3,43 Spanish Honor Society 3,43 Chorus 1,23 Astrology 3, PATRICK MICHAEL DENNIS Newspaper staff 43 Art Club 43 Wrestling 3, DOROTHY COLEEN DERRICK Senior Honor Society 3,43 Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,43 Spanish Club 13 Mu Alpha Theta Math Award 33 Junior Civinettes 2,3,4, Secretary 3,43 GAA 33 Junior Marshall 33 FTA 23 Powder Puff 3,43 Homeroom Officer 43 Office Assis- tant 23 Teachers Aide 43 Y-Teens 1. JAMES DERRYL DIXON Police investigation Mini Course3 Sports Cars Mini Course. CHERYL LYNN DORN Aquila Contest 43 Spanish Club 33 French Club 23 Junior Civinettes 3,43 GAA 13 Pep Club 13 Drama Club 1,23 Powder Puff 43 Student Council 1,23 Homeroom Officer 1,- 2,3,43 Prom Committee 4. FORD HOLMAN DREW, III French Club 23 Pep Club 1,23 Homeroom Officer 1,23 Prom Committee 43 B-Team Basketball 13 ESP Mini Course 33 Walt Disney Mini Course 43 Ecology Mini Course 3. JOSEPH MARK DRIGGERS DECA 43 Junior Civitans 23 Pep Club 2,3, President 33 Student Council 2,3,43 Homeroom President 13 Teenage Democrats 23 Intramurals 3,43 B-Team Football 13 B-Team Basketball, J. V. Basketball 23 Golf Team 3,43 Athletic Of- ficials Club 4. KAREN ANNE DUNLAP Junior Honor Society 23 Senior Honor Society 3,43 Junior Civinettes 43 GAA 1,2,33 Pep Club 13 Powder Puff 3,43 Homeroom Secretary 33 GirI's State 3. SUSAN REBECCA EAGLE Aquila Contest 3,43 Spanish Club 33 French Club I,2Q Junior Civinettes 43 GAA 13 Annual Staff 43 NGWSPHPGI' Staff 2,33 Pep Club 13 Drama Club 1,23 Powder Puff 43 Stu- dent Council 43 Senior Class Secretary 43 Homeroom -my -ia. 54939335533 A Secretary 23 Prom Committee 4. JOANNE EARLE Afro American Mini Course 33 Sex Education Mini Course 43 Knitting Mini Course 3. MICHAEL LAMAR EDENFIELD Homeroom Vice-President 3,43 Block A Club I,2,3,4Q Intramurals 2,3,43 B-Team Football 13 Varsity Football 2,3,- 43 B-Team Basketball 13 J, V. Basketball 23 Baseball 1,2,3- 43 Travel Club 43 Basketball Club 33 Officiating Football Club 2. EMELIA DIANE ENFINGER Homeroom Officer 13 Karate Club 33 Walt Disney Featurettes 43 Folk Music Club 23 Choosing A College 43 Newspaper Staff 3,43 Chorus 1,2. CARL LOUIS EPPS, JR. DECA 43 Pep Club 13 Karate 3. CHARLES WAYNE FALLAW Library Assistant 1,2,3,43 Intramurals 3,43 Track 3. ANNIE RUTH FANNING Chorus 13 Miss Afro Contest3 Knitting Club3 FTA 13 Sex Education. ROSA KATHLEENE FOSTER Chorus 43 Homeroom Officer 23 Guidance Assistant 43 Marriage and Family Living 33 Interior Decorating 33 Cosmotology 4. MICHAEL EDWARD FOX B-Team Football 13 J. V. Football 23 B-Team Basket- ball 13 Wrestling 2. SHEILA DIANE FREE Office Assistant 3,43 Marriage and Family Living 33 Cosmotology 4. TERRI LEIGH FREE Spanish Club 2,3,43 GAA 23 Newspaper Staff 13 Pep Club 13 Chorus 13 Drama Club 13 Student Council 13 Homeroom Secretary 1, Homeroom President 43 Prom Committee 43 Guidance Assistant 43 School Mascot 43 Modeling3 Katate Club. SHARON LEE FREEMAN DECA 43 President 43 GAA 13 Pep Club 23 Chorus 23 Homeroom Vice-President 1,23 Teacher's Aide 2,43 In- tramurals 23 Gymnastics Team 2,43 Volleyball Team 23 Bowling Team 2,43 Gymnastics Mini Course 2. MICHAEL ALLEN FULMER DECA 43 Student Council 1,23 B-Team Football 13 J. V. Football 23 Varsity Football 33 Track 1,23 Soccer 1,2,3,4. DAVID EUGENE FUSON Senior Honor Society 43 Pep Club 13 Furman Scholar 33 Tennis Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 33 Tennis Team 3,4. LAWRENCE EUGENE GAINEY, JR. French Club 3, Secretary 33 Pep Club 2,33 Homeroom Vice-President 2,33 Boy's State 33 B-Team Basketball 1. MICHAEL IRVIN GARNER Tennis Club 13 Karate 33 Weight Lifting 43 Firearms Club 3. PATRICIA RENEE' GARTMAN Chorus 1,23 Office Assistant 4. JO ANN GILLESPIE FHA 1,2,4, Secretary 43 Teen Talk 1,2. MARK EURELL GILLIAM Pep Club 33 Student Council 13 Homeroom Officer 13 Block A Club 43 Teenage Republicans 23 ROTC 1,2,3,4, Most Outstanding Platoon Leader, Outstanding Platoon Drill3 Platoon Leader of Honor Platoon3 Drill team3 Rifle Team3 Color Guard3 Color guard commander3 U.S. Army Markmanship expert badge3 NRA Expert Badge3 Rifleman Ribbon, Unit Commander3 Intramurals 1,23 Armed Forces Club. CHRISTIE BELLE GILLINS Junior Honor Society 13 FHA 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 13 SAC 1,2. PAMELA ELAINE GLEATON FHA 23 Homemakers Award 13 Teen Talk 23 Defensive Driving 33 Family Living 33 Needlepoint 4. BRENDA LEE GODFREY Aquila Contest I,2,3Q Art Council 3. ROBERT CLINTON GODLEY Art Council 33 Track 33 Chess Club 13 Photography Club 43 Ecology Mini Course 1. SHARON LEE GODLEY Aquila Contest 2,3,43 VIA 43 Junior Civinettes 3,43 An- nual Staff 3,43 Pep Club 13 Student Council 43 Homeroom Secretary 13 Homeroom Vice-President 2,33 Prom Com- mittee 43 Office Assistant 1,33 Glassblowing 33 Travel Club 33 Adventure Club 4, DAVID ALBERT GOFF Homeroom Vice-President 43 Bus Driver 2,3,43 ROTC 1,3,4, Best Squad Leader 33 ROTC Drill Team 3,43 ROTC Rifle Team 43 ROTC Color Guard 4. GRAHAM DUWAYNE GOFF DECA 43 Trade School Machine Shop 2,33 Sports Cars 33 T 81 I 4. CATHERINE JONES GOLSTON Student Council 33 Office Assistant 33 Airport-BC lntercouncil 33 SAC 23 Nursing 33 Teacher's Aide 43 Cosmotology 4. PAUL CHARLES GORDICK ROTC 1,2,3,43 Intramurals 1,2,33 Chess3 Aviation3 U.S.A. World Power3 Fishing, JODIE LYNN GRAHAM Junior Honor Society 1,23 Senior Honor Society 43 Teen Talk 1,2, Vice-President 23 Knitting Club 13 Crochet Club 2. PAULA ANN GREGG Aquila Contest 43 Junior Honor Society 13 Senior Honor Society 3,43 Mu Alpha Theta 2,3, Treasurer 33 Spanish Club 3,43 GAA 1,23 Junior Marshall 33 Quill 8. Scroll 3,43 Annual Staff 3,43 Pep Club 1,23 Chorus 1,2,3,4, Librarian 4, All State Chorus 43 GirI's Sextet 3,43 Powder Puff 3,43 Homeroom Secretary 1,43 Homeroom President 23 Office Assistant 23 Intramurals 13 Tennis Club 23 Gym- nastics Mini Course 3. MICHAEL FREDERICK GREGORY French Club 23 Junior Civitans 1,23 Student Council 2,3,43 Homeroom Officer 1,23 Block A Club 2,3,43 FCA1,2,- 3,43 Airport-BC lntercouncil 43 Tennis Club 23 B-Team Football 13 B-Team Basketball 13 J. V. Basketball 23 Varsity Basketball 3,43 Chorus 1,4. JUDY ELAINE GRICE Junior Honor Society 1,23 Senior Honor Society 3,43 Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,43 Spanish Club 3,43 Spanish Honor Society 43 Latin Club 2,33 Junior Marshall 33 Newspaper Staff 43 Pep Club 13 Chorus 13 FTA 1,2,33 Drama Club 1,2. DEBORAH JEAN GRIFFITH GAA 13 Pep Club 13 Chorus 13 Office Assistant I,2,4Q Library Club 43 Banking Club 23 Knitting Club 2. FRANKIE JOEL GRIGSBY Newspaper Staff 13 Pep Club 13 Band Officer 43 All State Band 1,2,3, All County Band 1,2,3, Central Region Band 1,2,3, Junior Woodwind Orchestra 33 Teenage Republicans 2. JOHN ALBERT GUNTER Miss Powder Puff contestant 33 Bus Driver 3,43 Alcohol Abuse Mini Course 33 Water Skiing 4. DAVID RAY HALL FTA 13 Library Assistant 1,2,3,43 Art Club 1,23 Il District President of State Library Association 13 Il District Vice-President of State Library Association3 State Reporter 43 Library Club 1,2,3,4. GEORGE EVANS HALL Skiing Mini Course 33 Motor Cycle Safety Mini Course 4. JESSE WAYNE HALL Pep Club 1,23 Track 13 Cross Country 13 Soccer 1,23 Intramurals 3. MARY KAY HARMON Senior Honor Society 43 Chorus 43 Walt Disney Featurettes 4. STEVEN BERLEY HARRELL Chess Club3 Bait and Fly Casting Club3 Drivers Saftey Club, Defensive Driving Mini Course3 Water Skiing Club3 Senior Pep Club. CHARLTON KEITH HARSEY DECA 43 DECA Outside Award 1. PHILLIP STEPHEN HARSEY JANE MASON EDENS HAWLEY Miss Aquila Contest, First Runner-up Miss Senior 43 Junior Honor Society 1,2, Treasurer 23 Senior Honor Society 43 Mu Alpha Theta 2,43 Pep Club 23 FTA 1,2, Parliamentarian 23 Powder Puff 43 Student Council 43 Homeroom President 2,43 Prom Committee 43 J. V. Cheerleader 23 Psychology Mini Course 4, VANCE LAVERNE HICKMAN B-Team Football 13 Intramurals 1,2,33 Police Careers 43 Football Mini Course 13 Columbia Tech 2,3,4, ELINOR LYNN HICKS Miss Aquila Contest 2,3,4, Second Runner-up Miss Senior 43 Homecoming Contestant 43 Junior Honor Society 1,23 Senior Honor Society 3,43 Spanish Club 2,3,4, Vice- President 23 Spanish Honor Society 2,3,41 GAA 1,2, Presi- dent 23 Junior Marshall 33 Pep Club 2,3,43 Powder Puff 33 Student Council 2,3,43 Homeroom Vice-President 1,33 Homeroom Secretary 23 Newberry Summer Scholar 33 Airport-BC lntercouncil 23 lntramurals 13 Tennis Team 3,43 J, V. Cheerleader 23 Varsity Cheerleader 3,43 Travel Club 3. JAN DOREEN HILDEBRAN Pep Club 13 Office Assistant 43 Library Assistant 4: Needlework: Banking. LISA GAIL HINSON French Club 23 Pep Club 33 Office Assistant 1,33 Library Assistant 23 Guidance Assistant 43 FTA 1323 Psychology Club 4, DOROTHY ANN HITE Knitting 1,2333 Enjoyment of Books 33 Needlework 4. ANNA LEE HOMEWOOD Aquila Contest 43 Junior Honor Society 1,23 Senior Honor Society 33 Latin Club 1323 VIA 23 Quill 81 Scroll 3,43 Newspaper Staff 3343 Feature Editor 33 Pep Club 132,31 Chorus 1,2,3,43 Girls Octet 43 Drama Club 1,23 Student Council 1,2,3,43 Freshman Class Secretary-Treasurer 13 Homeroom Officer 1323 Prom Committee 43 Airport-BC lntercouncil 33 Guitar 33 Religion 4. ALTHEA ALBERTA HOOD Chorus 3,43 FHA 1,23 Office Assistant 3: FTA 13 Psychology Club 4. SHARON DIANE HOOK DECA 43 Pep Club 13 Teachers Aide 4. MELODY KAY HUFF Aquila Contest 1,23 Junior Honor Society 1: Senior Honor Society 43 Pep Club 1323 Student Council 1.2: Homeroom Officer 13 Psychology Mini Course 4. HARRY EDWARD HURLEY Art Club 132,33 Art Council 3. BARBARA GALE HUTCHINS GAA 23 Pep Club 13 Band 1,2,3,43 Band Council 3,43 Student Council 3343 Homeroom Vice-President 23 Homeroom President 43 Guidance Assistant 13 Secretary of Bus Drivers Club 23 Youth and the Law 33 Psychology 4. DEBORA JEAN HUTTO Pep Club 3. PHYLLIS ELAINE HYDRICK Junior Honor Society 1,23 Senior Honor Society 3.4: Mu Alpha Theta 3,4, Secretary 43 French Club 2333 Latin Club 13 Junior Civinettes 3,4, Vice-President 4: GAA 2: Junior' Marshall 33 Pep Club 13 Chorus 2,3,43 Madrigal 43 Student Council 13 Homeroom Officer 1,2,3,43 Furman Scholar 3. BRUCE EDWARD JACKSON DECA 33 FCA 23 Bus Driver 33 J. V. Football 43 Varsity Football 43 Track 33 ROTC3 Basketball Club. CATHY MARIE JACOBS Latin Club 33 Quill 8- Scroll 43 Newspaper Staff 43 Talon Staff 3,43 Pep Club 13 Powder Puff 3,43 Bowling Team 3,43 Football for Women 43 Gymnastics Club 3. ANN MARIE JANUCHOWSKI DECA Homemaker Award 33 VIC 2333 Newspaper Business Staff 43 Needlework 3,4, CARL TIMOTHY JEFFCOAT DECA 43 Chorus 132. NANCY JEFFCOAT Aquila Contest 2,33 Junior Honor Society 13 GAA 33 Pep Club 1,23 Powder Puff 33 Student Council 1,23 Homeroom Officer 1,2,33 Prom Committee 43 J. V, Cheerleader 2. JOSEPH DUANE JOHNSON Pep Club 13 Band 1,2,3, All County Band 1,23 Block A Club 1323 FCA 3,43 Intramurals 13 Varsity Football 43 Track 3: Wrestling 1,2. RUSSELL ALAN JOHNSON Bus Driver 3343 B-Team Football 13 Track 1. SUSAN ELIZABETH JOHNSON Spanish Club 133343 Junior Honor Society 13 DECA 43 Junior Civinettes 3,43 Newspaper Staff 43 Pep Club 13 Girl's State 33 Art Council 3. BRENDA VIRGINIA JONES FHA 13 SAC 23 Knitting 23 Nursing 13 Photography 13 Sex Education 13 Future homemaker 1. LORENZO JONES Block A Club 3,43 B-Team Football 13 J. V. Football 23 Varsity Football 3,43 Karate Club 33 Photography Club 33 ROTC 132,3. OUINTIN LEWIS JONES DECA 3,43 Block A Club 33 Bus Driver 2,3,43 J. V. Foot- ball 23 Track 2. FREDRICK LEE JOY Pep Club 13233343 Chorus 1,2,3,43 Powder Puff Coach 3,43 Homeroom Vice-President 1,43 Block A Club 3343 FCA 1,2,3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 B-Team Football 13 J. V. Foot- ball 23 Varsity Football 3343 Track 3,43 Miss Senior-Male Beauty Contest 4. JANELL YVONNE JOYNER Junior Marshall 33 Chorus 1,2,3,43 Powder Puff 43 Bus Driver 3,43 Modern Dance 3. JOHN KEITH JUMPER Student Council 43 Block A Club 43 FCA 43ll'1tl'8l'l'lUY3lS 2,3,43 Tennis Club 33 President Tennis Club 33 Soccer 132,- 3,4. JOYCE RENA KAMINER Cosmotology Mini Course 43 Knitting 3. CARL PRESTON KEENEY J. V. Football 23 Wrestling 23 Teacher's Aide 3. PAMELA FAITH KEISLER French Club 1323 GAA 2333 Pep Club 13 Powder Puff 3343 Homeroom President 33 Fundamentals of Nursing 33 Football for Women 4. KENNETH EUGENE KERBS Junior Honor Society 23 Intramurals 2,3,43 Chess Club 2. BRIAN QUINCY KIRBY, JR. Annual Staff 23 Newspaper Staff 33 Band 1,23 FTA 1323 President 23 Photography Club 23334. SUSAN LYNN KNIGHT Aquila Contest 3,43 Homecoming Contestant43 Junior Honor Society 1,23 Senior Honor Society 33 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Spanish Club 3343 Secretary-Treasurer-Spanish Club 3,43 Spanish Honor Society 3,43 VIA 3343 GAA 1,2, Sec 13 Junior Marshall 33 Pep Club 1323 Chorus 13233343 Librarian 43 GirI's Octet 43 Madrigal 33 All State Chorus 43 Powder Puff 3343 Student Council 2,3,43 Homeroom Officer 1,2,3,43 Prom Committee 43 Intramurals 13 Tennis Team 3343 Varsity cheerleader 4. ANTHONY STEWART KYZER Junior Marshall 33 Homeroom Officer 33 Block A Club 43 FCA 43 Teenage Democrats 23 Intramurals 43 Varsity Baseball 3,4. GEORGE LAVANCE KYZER DECA 43 Homeroom Officer 1323 Intramurals 2,43 J.V, Baseball 23 Varsity Baseball 334, JOHNNY CARROLL KYZER WW VM - .... .W 3. I "" W .. I 5 3 . X ,M . .,... . s "' '?i "fi:' , F . . J I A 1, f 3 rt- ' . I 4 War il L A V' , J 1, . .3 ...it : - .. i "" 1 3 ' ' -353 .iff-.gf A -4- -s.3..,. . ' , ' ' 'g li I :-:' i 3 - C " -- I . , A, il, . .3 .3,.5a?p'f 3 3 3 '- t' " 33-wsi1.Qi'i25",.: 3 . ' ..... . - -W A . PM 1153 3 I 5 . I tt at . 4 j I . , ' QL 3,3 mi. I i. g . I I ,ff 1 421 AW J Drama Club 33 Library Assistant 33 Bus Driver 33 ln- tramurals 1,2333 Art Club 43 Chess Club 132,33 Teacher of A Mini Course at Springdale Elementray School. SHIRLEY CYNTHIA LACONS Aquila Contest 23 DECA 4, Vice-President 43 Pep Club 1,23 Drama Club 23 Powder Puff 43 Homeroom Officer 1,23 Guidance Assistant 132343 Intramurals 23 Can Do Club 23 Modeling 23 Fashion Merchandising 4. DONALD LEVERNE LACONS DECA 43 B-Team Football 13 J. V. Football 2,33 Wrestl- ing 1. STEVE ALLEN LAIL RICHARD BURTON LANIER Junior Honor Society 23 Treasurer 23 Senior Honor Society 334, Treasurer 43 Mu Alpha Theta 43 Chorus 1323334, President 4, All State Chorus 3,43 Boy's Quartet 4, Madrigal 33 Boy's Choir 43 Student Council 2343 Homeroom President 23 Homeroom Vice-President 4: Prom Corn- mittee 43 Intramurals 33 B-Team Football 13 J. V. Football 2,33 Golf Team 23 Miss Eagle ofthe Male Beauty Contest 4. SHIRDEAN AGNES LARKIN Homecoming Contestant 4, Miss Homecoming 43 SAC 1,2,3,43 officer 2. TERRY ROXANNE LATHAM Senior Honor Society 3,43 Spanish Club 3343 Spanish Honor Society 33 Chorus 1,2,3,43 Folk Music 1,23 Teen Talk 2333 President 3. DEBRA LOUISE LAWSON Pep Club 23 Powder Puff 43 Student Council 33 Gym- nastics Mini Course 43 Hypnosis Mini Course 33 Karate 33 GAA 1. DONNA MARIE LEE Art Club 3,43 Art Council 33 Witchcraft, Poetry3 Rock and Folk3 Film as Art. KRISTI ESTELLE LEE Band 1,2,3,43 Central Region Band 13 Solo and Ensemble Festival 33 Homeroom Secretary 43 Office Assis- tant 23 Guidance Assistant 3. RITA BETH LILLEY French Club 2333 GAA 1,23 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Chorus 13 Student Council 1,23 Camping 233. LYNDA LUCRETIA LITTON Aquila Contest 1,2,3,43 Homecoming Contestant 3, Homecoming Court 33 Junior Honor Society 1323 Senior Honor Society 3343 Spanish Club 1,2,3,43 Spanish Honor Society 3343 VIA 33 Junior Marshall 3: Pep Club 13 Drama Club 23 Powder Puff 33 Student Council 43 Homeroom President 1,23 Library Assistant 23 Newberry Summer Scholar 33 P. C. Fellow 33 Folk Dance 13 Gymnastics Mini Course 3. ROBERT ELFRED LIVINGSTON, JR. Junior Honor Society 1323 Senior Honor Society 3,43 Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,43 Latin Club 13 Junior Marshall 33 Pep Club 1,23 Chorus 1,2,3,43 All State Chorus 43 Madrigal 43 Drama Club 13233,4, Head of Construction 3,43 Homeroom Secretary 13 Prom Committee 43 Boy's State 33 Block A Club 3,43 Tennis Club 3,43 B Team Football 13 Soccer 13 Tennis Team 33 Thespians 1,2,3,4. RUTH ANN LUCAS FTA 23 Library Assistant 13 Library Club 13 Defensive Driving 33 Banking 33 Powder Puff Mechanics 4. RANDALL BRYAN MARCHANT Teenage Republicans 23 Intramurals 2333 Soccer 3. MANNING LEWIS McCORMACK, JR. Library Assistant 13 Soccer 13 Bowling Team 1,3343 Travel Club, SHELBY JEAN McKAY Junior Civinettes 2333 Treasurer 33 Library Assistant 3,4. THOMAS ELDRIDGE McLENDON, JR. DECA 43 Teenage Republicans 23 B Team Football 13 J. V. Football 23 Track 23 Karate. SHIRLEY ANNE MELTON Junior Honor Society 13 DECA 43 Band 13 Homeroom Officer 2,43 Gymnastics 2. DEBORAH JEAN MILES Teachers Aide 3343 Sociology Club 3343 Chess Club 23 FTA 23 Body Dynamics 33 Pep Club 2,33 Art Club 13 Art Council 3. STANLEY DALE MILES Pep Club 1323 Teenage Republicans 13 Intramurals 1,- 2333 SAC 1323 Guitar Club: Basketball Club. HENRY LUDWIG MILNE, III Junior Honor Society 132, Vice-President 23 Senior Honor Society 3,4, Vice-President 43 Mu Alpha Theta 43 Spanish Club 1,2,33 Spanish Honor Society 3,4, President 43 Latin Club 13 Junior Marshall 33 Student Council 43 Prom Committee 43 Boy's State 33 Boy's State Treasurer 33 Boys Nation Senator 33 Intramurals 2,33 B Team Basketball 13 Varsity Basketball 4. DENISE RENE MINCEY French Club 43 Positive Mental attitude 3. CARL GARY MITCHELL Pep Club 1,2,33 Chorus Club 3: Art Club 3: Boy's Cooking Club 23 ROTC 33 ROTC Drill Team 2,33 Business Club3 Water Skiing. KATHY LYNN MONDELL FHA 1,23 Library Assistant 33 Cosmotology 33 Sewing 4. 215 216 MARGARET LAVERNE MOORE Homecoming Contestant 43 FHA 13 Powder Puff 43 Afro American Club 23 Leathercraft Club 23 Teen Talk 13 Pep Rally 13 Powder Puff Mechanics 4. RANDY MARSHALL MOORER French Club 23 Pep Club 23 Student Council 43 Homeroom Officer 13 Block A Club 33 Teenage Republicans 23 Intramurals 3,43 B Team Football 13 J. V. Football 23 Varsity Football 3,43 B Team Basketball 13 J. V. Baseball 1,23 Varsity Baseball 23 Wrestling 33 Chess Club 3,43 Officer-President of Chess Club 4. DAVID EUGENE MOSTELLER Pep Club 13 Library Assistant 1. KRISTIANE JOY MOSTELLER Junior Honor Society 1,23 Senior Honor Society 3,43 VIA 2,3,4, President 43 Junior Civinettes 2,3,43 GAA 1,23 Pep Club 1,23 Powder Puff 43 Prom Committee 43 Guidance Assistant 1,43 Bowling Team 1,23 Karate Club 33 Psychology Club 43 Ecology Club 33 Magic and Witchcraft 33 Teacher's Aide 1,2, JANICE GAIL MULLER GAA 23 Chorus 3: SAC 1,2,43 Art Club 1,23 Volleyball Team 1. SHERRY LOUISE MUNGO VIA 33 Pep Club 1,2,33 Drama Club 1,23 Powder Puff 3,43'Student Council 43 Homeroom Officer 1,2,33 Prom Committee 43 Gymnastics Club 3,43 Folk Singing Club 23 Teachers Aide 3,4. DEBRA DENISE MYERS Pep Club 1,2,33 Modeling Club3 Sewing Club. RANJANI NAGARAJAN Data Processing and Business LARRY RAY NANCE Miss Powder Puff Contestant 33 Student Council 33 Homeroom Officer 1,2,3,43 Office Assistant 33 Airport-BC Intercouncil 33 Art Club Officer 13 Art Council 2,33 B Team Football 13 J. V. Football 23 Wrestling 1,23 Glass Blowing 33 Adventure 43 Positive Mental Attitude 33 Weightlifting 2,3. JOHN MICHAEL NEAL Homeroom Officer 33 Intramurals 33 Water Skiing3 Armed Forces3 ROTC Cadet. CINDY LEILA NEESE Aquila Contest 1,33 Junior Honor Society 1,23 Senior Honor Society 3,43 Spanish Club 3,4, President 3,43 Latin Club 13 Junior Marshall 33 Chorus 2,3,43 Chorus Secretary 43 Madrigal 3,43 Drama Club 13 Student Council 1,2,3,43 President of Sophomore Class 23 Homeroom Vice- President 13 Homeroom Secretary 2,3. BEVERLY ADAIR NEIL CosmotoIogy3 Arts and Crafts, LORI MELISSA NICHOLAS Spanish Club 2,3,43 Pep Club 2,33 Student Council 23 Homeroom Officer 13 Office Assistant 4. THOMAS DUANE NUNN Chorus 1,2,3,43 All State Chorus 23 Boy's Quartet 43 Madrigal 33 Photography 1,4. VICTORIA ANN O'NEAL SAC 2,3,43 Art Club 13 Croquett3 Karate3 Black History. MARY EVON OSWALD Junior Marshall 33 Pep Club 1,2,33 FHA 1,2,33 Student Council 33 Homeroom Officer 23 Wagener Varsity Cheerleader 2,33 Gymnastics Mini Course 43 PC Fellow 33 Beta Club 2,33 Anchor Club 2,3. VIRGINIA IRENE OUTLAW Spanish Club 3,43 GAA 1,33 Powder Puff 3,43 Homeroom Officer 2. MARY ANN OWENS Junior Civinettes 43 GAA 13 Pep Club 13 Drama Club 13 Homeroom Officer 43 SAC 1,2,33 Afro-American Mini Course3 Powder Puff Mechanics Mini Course. LEW-ANN PARHAM Aquila Contest 43 Junior Honor Society 1,23 Senior Honor Society 3,43 Latin Club 1,23 Junior Civinettes 3,4 Treasurer 43 GAA 13 Junior Marshall 33 Talon Staff 33 Chorus 1,2,3,43 FTA 23 Drama Club 13 Homeroom Secretary 13 Prom Committee 43 Y-Teens 3: Ski Club 3. JOAN MARIE PEGRAM Pep Club 1,2,33 Secretary 2,33 Drama Club 1,23 Stu- dent Council 1,2,33 Homeroom Officer 23 Office Assistant 3. SHIRLEY ELAINE PELOS0 Drama Club 2,33 Knitting Club 13 Can Do Club 23 Library Club 4. KATHERINE LUCY PENLAND Aquila Contest 1,23 Latin Club 13 Powder Puff 43 Stu- dent Council 1,23 Class Officer 13 Homeroom Officer 2,43 Guidance Assistant 43 Chess Club 13 Travel Club 2,4. LORI ANN PEREIRA Junior Honor Society 1,23 Senior Honor Society 3,43 Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,43 French Club 2,33 Treasurer 33 GAA 13 Junior Marshall 33 Homeroom Secretary 13 Homeroom President 43 Newberry Summer Scholar 33 Newspaper Writing 33 Psychology 4. PAMELA ANN PERSON Aquila Contest 1,3,43 Junior Honor Society 1,2, Treasurer 23 Senior Honor Society 33 Junior Marshall 33 Homeroom President 13 Homeroom Secretary 2,33 Prom Committee 43 Child Psychology Mini Club 33 Psychology Mini Club 4, DANIEL MICHAEL PINKSTON DECA 13 Powder Puff 13 Homeroom Officer 13 Bus Driver 1,2,33 Intramurals 13 Defensive Driving 1, BOBBY LAMAR PITTS DECA 2,3,4. WILLIAM IRA POUND Senior Honor Society 3,43 French Club 2: Junior Marshall 33 Track 1,23 Cross Country 23 Soccer 2. JOHNNY RAY POWELL DECA 43 Teenage Democrats 23 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOSEPH GERARD PROUSE DECA 43 Art Club 1,33 Defensive Driving 33 Astronomy Mini Course 3. RUSSELL SCOTT PRUETT Mu Alpha Theta 3,4, Treasurer 43 Band 1,2,3,43 Band Officer 3,43 All County Band 1,23 Central Region Band 1,23 Assistant Drum Major 33 Drum Major 43 Student Council 43 Homeroom Officer 1,2,33 Intramurals 1,2,43 Tennis Club 43 Drama Club 33 Golf Club 3. CATHERINE ANNA RAUBENSTRAUCH Office Assistant 43 Tennis Club 4. BURKE MAYER RICHARDSON Banking Club 23 World War II. STEPHEN HARRISON RIETKOVICH French Club 23 Pep Club 33 Band 13 Student Council 3,43 Business Manager 33 President of Student Body 43 Homeroom President 1,23 Prom Committee 43 Airport-BC Intercouncil 3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 B Team Basketball 13 J. V. Basketball 23 Varsity Basketball 33 Soccer 4. JAMES PATRICK ROBERTSON Junior Honor Society 23 Junior Marshall 33 Chorus 13 Powder Puff Coach 33 Student Council 43 Senior Class Vice-President 43 Prom Committee 43 Block A Club 3,43 FCA 2,33 Teenage Democrats 2, Secretary 23 Airport-BC Intercouncil 43 Intramurals 2,33 J. V. Football 23 Varsity Football 3,4. BOBBY MORRIS ROGERS Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Pep Club Officer 33 Student Council 33 Homeroom President 1,2,3,43 Prom Committee 43 Bus Driver 3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 B Team Football 13 J. V. Football 23 B Team Basketball 13 J. V. Basketball 23 Varsity Basketball 3,4. TERRY J0 ROWLETT DECA 43 GAA 1,2,33 Pep Club 13 Powder Puff 33 Homeroom Secretary 1. ALICE ANNA ROZIER GAA 23 Pep Club 1,23 Library Assistant 33 Psychology Mini Course 43 Snow Skiing 3, JANET LYNN RUCKER Spanish Club 2,33 Band 1,2,3,43 Vice-President Band 43 All County Band 13 Governor's All Star Band 43 Homeroom Vice President 13 Prom Committee 4, KIT COLETTE SANDERS Chorus 1,2,33 Office Assistant 1,2,3,43 Child Psychology 3. MARIAN REGINA SCARBOROUGH Junior Honor Society 13 Pep Club 13 FTA 13 Adventure Club 4. SHEILA KAY SEASE Junior Honor Society 1,23 Senior Honor Society 3,43 Latin Club 1,2,33 GAA 13 Junior Marshall 33 Talon Staff 43 Pep Club 23 FHA 13 Homeroom Officer 43 Teacher's Aide 43 Psychology Club 4. DARLING BRUCE SHARPE DECA 3,43 Pep Club 23 Soccer 3. CHARLES RICHARD SHARPE DECA 43 Homeroom Officer 1,2,3,43 Teenage Republicans 23 Teenage Democrats 23 Intramurals 2,3,4. YVONNE SHELBY Aquila Contest 13 DECA 43 Pep Club 23 FTA 13 Drama Club 33 FHA 23 Intramurals 23 Tennis Club 13 Art Club 43 Teacher's Aide 2,43 Defensive Driving 4. CINDY LENORA SHUMPERT Junior Honor Society 23 French Club 23 Chorus 43 Library Assistant 1,2,3,43 Library Club 1,2,33 Reporter of Library Club 13 Treasurer 23 Reporter 33 Knitting Club 33 Needlework 43 Teacher of Knitting at Elementary Schools 43 Piano 3. JANE ELIZABETH SHUMPERT Junior Honor Society 1,23 Latin Club 2,3,43 Pep Club 13 FTA 13 Powder Puff 33 Student Council 23 Library Assis- tant 13 Teenage Republicans 13 World Affairs3 Adventure Club 4, WALTER STEVEN SHUMPERT French Club 23 Block A Club 43 FCA 43 Teenage Democrats 23 Intramurals 43 Baseball 2,3,43 Public Ac- counting 3. KATHRYN LUVERNIA SIGHTLER Aquila Contest 1,23 Junior Honor Society 1,23 Senior Honor Society 43 Spanish Club 43 Latin Club 13 Junior Civinettes 2,43 Newspaper Staff 2,43 Drama Club 13 Student Council 1,2,43 Homeroom Officer 43 Intramurals 1,23 Cosmotology 43 Defensive Driving. SYLVIA LOUISE SIMMONS Miss Afro Contest 23 Pep Club 23 DECA 33 SAC 1,23 Sex Education 4. DAVID HUGH SIMPSON Junior Honor Society 1,23 Senior Honor Society 3,43 Mu Alpha Theta 3,43 Junior Marshall 33 Newspaper Staff 13 News Editor 2,33 Newspaper Staff 43 Pep Club 23 Homeroom Officer 13 PC Fellow 33 Newberry Scholar 33 Tennis Club 23 Drug Abuse3 Journalism Club. MARY CATHERINE SINGLEY VIA 23 Office Assistant 33 Art Club 13 Chess Club 23 Psychology Club 4. FRANKLIN MARION SKINNER Teenage Republicans 23 Teenage Democrats 23 ln- tramurals 2,3,43 Varsity Baseball 2,3,4. RHONDA DENICE SLOAN fBenj Chorus 3,43 All State 43 GirI's Octet 43 Homeroom Vice-President 43 Religion 3,4. CAROLYN RUTH SMITH Afro American Club 33 Sex Education 4. ANGELA LYON SNELGROVE DECA 4. BEVERLY ANN SNIPES Latin Club 1,23 Pep Club 33 Chorus 1,2,3,43 Powder Puff 3,43 Tennis Club 2. MELINDA MARIA SPENCER Aquila Contest 1,23 Pep Club 13 Prom Committee 43 Tennis Club 2. ERNIE CLAY SPIRES Spanish Club 33 Spanish Honor Society 33 Bus Driver 3,43 Photography 33 NOW 4. MARY GAYLE SPIRES DECA 1. RANDY RUSSELL SPIRES Chorus 1,2,3,43 All State Chorus 3,43 Madrigal 43 Folk Music Club 23 Homeroom Officer 43 Bus Driver 2,3,43 Bus Driver's Club3 Defensive Driving Mini Course3 Fireman's Club. DAVID EARL STANLEY DECA 43 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Band 13 Powder Puff Cheerleader 33 Homeroom Officer 1,23 Bus Driver 2,3,43 ROTC 1,23 Intramurals 13 B Team Basketball 13 Bus Driver's Club3 Defensive Driving. CRAIG LEVOID STANTON DECA 1, CHIP STERING STEVENS Intramurals 2,3,43 J. V. Baseball 2. SANDRA JANE STEVENS Junior Honor Society 1,23 VIA 43 Pep Club 1. PEGGY ALICE STOKES Latin Club 23 VIA 4, Secretary 43 Newspaper Staff 23 Drama Club 33 Library Assistant 1,43 Guidance Assistant 43 Data Processing. FRANCES GEORGETTA STURKIE Senior Honor Society 3,43 Latin Club 33 Junior Marshall 33 Band 1,2,33 Powder Puff 33 Homeroom Officer 2,33 Bus Driver 2,3,43 Tennis Club 23 Now3 Bus Driver's Club 4. VICKI SUE SYKES Junior Honor Society 23 Senior Honor Society 3,43 Mu Alpha Theta 3,43 Latin Club 1,23 Junior Marshall 33 Pep Club 13 Chorus 13 FTA 1,23 Home room President 23 Teenage Republicans 23 Defensive Driving 33 Child Psychology 33 Powder Puff Mechanics 4. BRENDA CAROL THOMAS Drama Club 13 Modern Dance 23 FTA 43 Poetry 1. BOBBY MARTIN TOOLE Pep Club 1,23 Drama Club 33 Bus Driver 3,43 Art Club 23 Arts and Crafts 33 Glass Blowing 3. TINA LYNN TURNER Aquila Contest 23 Senior Honor Society 43 Annual Staff 43 Pep Club 1,23 Band 1,2,43 Secretary of Band 43 Drama Club 23 Student Council 1,43 Homeroom Secretary 43 Library Assistant 4. KIM KAREN TYLER Pep Club 13 FTA 1,23 Drama Club 1,23 Student Council 2,33 Homeroom Officer 13 Prom Committee 43 Girl's State 43 Karate 33 Youth and the Law 3. PHILIP EUGENE VAUGHN Newspaper Staff 13 Pep Club 1,2,33 Student Council 33 Homeroom President 1,41 Prom Committee 43 Teacher's Aide 43 Block A Club 43 FCA 43 Football Trainer 3,43 Basketball Trainer 43 Soccer Trainer 2,31 Wrestling Trainer 33 Bowling Club 33 Travel Club 3. IZA VENCILL Defensive Driving 43 Finiancial Planning 33 Karate 3. REGINAL LLOYD WARD Pep Club 13 Child Psychology 33 ESP 33 Criminal Justice 4. DEBORAH BELINDA WASHINGTON Aquila Contest 3,41 1st Runner-up Miss Junior 33 Junior Honor Society 1,23 Senior Honor Society 3,42 Mu Alpha Theta 3,43 VIA 2,3,43 Vice-President 33 GAA 13 Junior Marshall 33 Pep Club 1,23 Chorus 1,2,3,43 All State Chorus 2,3,43 Girl's Octet 43 Madrigal 2,33 Powder Puff 33 Student Council 1,2,3,43 Student Body Secretary 43 Homeroom President 2,33 Prom Committee 43 Airport-BC lntercouncil 43 Secretary 43 Intramurals 13 SAC 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 43 J, V. Cheerleader 23 Varsity Cheerleader 3,43 Black History Mini course 4. JOEY FRED WATFORD Pep Club 1,2,33 Homeroom Vice-President 1,33 ln- tramurals 1,2,3,43 Varsity Basketball 43 Bowling Team 1,2,- 3. SHEREE MARIE WATKINS Office Assistant 43 Library Assistant 2. MARVIN LUKE WATSON DECA 4, Treasurer 43 FCA 1,2,33 Bus Driver 2,3,43 Teenage Democrats 21 Track 1,23 Cross Country 2,33 Soccer 2,3,4, SARA ELIZABETH WATSON Junior Honor Society 23 Senior Honor Society 3,43 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Latin Club 1,23 VIA 2,33 Junior Marshall 33 Pep Club 13 Band 13 FTA 1,23 Teenage Republicans 23 Child Psychology 33 Defensive Driving 33 Powder Puff Mechanics 4. SHERRIE DIANE WELBORN Spanish Club 2,3. DEMPSEY WADE WELCH Fire Arm Safety 33 Wildlife 4. KENNETH BLAKE WEST Boy's State 33 Teenage Democrats 23 SAC 1,2,3,4, Of- ficer 43 Photography 23 Afro American History 3. LAURA ESTELLE WHITE Family Living 33 First Aide 33 Needlework 4. SUSAN DIANE WHITTEN Pep Club 13 Chorus 1,2,43 Modeling 43 Cheerleading Club 23 Glass Blowing 2. AVERY BLAND WILKERSON, JR. Junior Honor Society 23 Powder Puff Coach 33 Homeroom Vice-President 33 Homeroom President 43 FCA 23 Intramurals 43 Football 1,2,3,43 Captain 43 Track 3,43 Soccer 1,2,3,43 Block A Club3 Teenage Democrats3 Chess Club. CHANDRA WILLIAMS Homecoming Contestant 4. LUTHER MARTIN WILLIAMS Pep Club 1,2,33 Block A Club 43 B Team Football 13 J. V. Football 23 Varsity Football 3,43 Wrestling 3,4 RONALD LEGRAND WILLIAMS Powder Puff 33 Bus Driver 2,3,43 NOW: Bus Driver. VIRGINIA ANN WILLIAMS DECA 43 FTA 1. PAMELA KAYE WOODLE DECA 4, Reporter 43 FTA 13 Student Council 13 Homeroom President 23 Office Assistant 13 B-Team Cheerleader 13 J. V. Cheerleader 23 Fashion Merchan- dising 43 Youth and the Law 2. BRENDA JOYCE WOOTEN Walt Disney Featurettes 4. VICKIE ALTHEA WOOTEN Band 1,2,33 Bus Driver 3,43 NOW 43 Youth and the Law 3. GLENDA DALE YARBOROUGH Aquila Contest 1,2,3,43 2nd Runner up Miss Junior 33 DECA 43 Junior Civinettes 3,43 Pep Club 1,23 Band 13 FTA 23 Drama Club 13 Student Council 1,23 Homeroom Officer 33 Prom Committee 4. MARK CURTIS YOUNG Senior Honor Society 3,43 Junior Marshall 33 Newspaper Staff 13 King Teen 43 Band 1,2,3,4, President43 All County Band 1,23 Central Region Band 13 Boy's State 33 Brass Ensemble 3,43 Stage Band 33 Astronomy Club 23 President 23 Photography Club 1. DOROTHY OLIVIA ZEIGLER DECA 13 Band 1, SUSAN LEVINER KEATON DECA 43 GAA 2,33 Pep Club 1,2,43 Powder Puff 43 Stu- dent Council 13 Homeroom Officer 1,23 Tennis Club 13 B Team Cheerleader 13 Chess Club 2. PURSTELL LAWRENCE HOFFMAN Junior Honor Society 1,23 Senior Honor Society 3,43 Junior Marshall 33 Quill and Scroll 3,43 Newspaper Staff 1,- 2,3,43 Feature Editor, Circulation 33 Editor 43 Talon Staff 23 Pep Club 13 Drama Club 23 Student Council 13 Furman Scholar 33 Teenage Republicans 23 Art Club 13 Photo Club 2,3,4, President 43 Who's Who in American High School. DANA CAROL ATKINSON Aquila Contest 2,3,43 Homecoming Contestant 43 Homecoming 1st Attendant 43 Junior Civinettes 3,43 GAA 1,2,33 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Drama Club 1,23 FHA 13 Powder Puff 3,43 Student Council 2,3,43 Student Body Treasurer 43 Homeroom Secretary 1,23 Homeroom President 33 Homeroom Vice-President 43 Prom Committee 43 Office Assistant 2,33 Teenage Republicans 23 Airport-BC Inter- council 3,43 Art Club 23 J. V. Cheerleader 23 Varsity Cheerleader 3,43 Head Cheerleader 43 Hypnotism 33 JA 33 Leadership Club 33 Teachers Aide 2,33 Gymnastics 43 Cheerleading Club 33 Community Relations Council 43 Secretary Treasurer of Junior Class 33 Executive Board Student Council 33 inner Club Council 4. KENNETH TIVERTON CARTER Powder Puff Coach 33 Miss Powder Puff Court 33 Homeroom Sec 33 Homeroom Pres 43 Block A Club 2,3,43 FCA 1,2,3,4, President 33 Football 1,2,3,43 Wrestling 1,2,3,- 43 Captain 43 Ham Radio Club 1. BOBBY McLEOD Junior Honor Society 1,23 Senior Honor Society 3,4, President 43 Mu Alpha Theta 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, Presi- dent 43 French Club 2,33 Junior Marshall 33 Newspaper Staff 23 Pep Club 13 Student Council 1,2,43 Homeroom Of- ficer 2,33 Prom Committee 43 P. C. Fellow 33 Boy's State 3, KIMARA JAN WILLIAMS Aquila Contest 1,23 DECA 3,43 Newspaper Staff 43 Pep Club 13 Drama Club 23 Homeroom Officer 23 Sex Education 3. KARL OSWALD ROTC 2,3,43 Superior Cadet Decoratlon3 Scholastic Excellence Award3 Most Outstanding Platoon Sergeant3 Academic Ribbon3 Merit Ribbon3 Marksmanship Ribbon3 Rifleman Ribbon3 Neatest Cadet Ribbon3 Perfect Atten- dance Ribbon3 Recruiting Ribbon3 Cadet Drill Ribbon3 Pla- toon Drill Ribbon3 Honor Platoon Ribbon3 Drill Team Rib- bon3 Rifle Team Ribbon3 Color Guard Ribbon3 Army Academic Achievement Award3 U.S. Army Expert Marksmanship Badge3 NRA Distinguished Expert Badge3 Rifle Team Commander, J. 3' -or- 217 '91, 4-U' ISL: N rw ik NGK 4 A ,gfw : N53 E? S QW gi X 'Qi 5--2 -4?-K 'F -fav N1 EN 19. gf'-5, , A wks.. i x S S-.nf Q' 'mmm XI' Faculty Administration -- -1,, gg X 45" 0, M, - If Staff of WF if uri Wx ii tat .3 yr. A ,.. tk? fr"'f 220 Lexington County 1. ABOVE: Lexington District Two Board of Trustees-FIRST ROW-Mr. Walter Walker, Secretary, Mr. Robert Livingston, Chairmang Mr. L. T. Outlaw, Vice Chairman. SECOND ROW-Mr. Bryant Jennings, Mr. Carroll McGee, Mr. Benjamin Whetstone, Mr. Fred Carter. 2. Mr. Herbert A. Wood, Superintendent-B.S., Clemson Universityg M. Ed., University of South Carolina. District 1 2. 3. Mr. Jerry B. Teal, Assistant Superintendent for lnstruc- tion and Personnel-A.B., M. Ed., University of South Carolina. Mr. William G. Hornsby, Director of Elementary Education-B.A., Wake Forest: M. Ed., Mercer. Mr. Don G. Liddle, Assistant Superintendent for Business Management-B.S., Livingston State, M. Ed., University of South Carolina. 221 222 District Administration And Staff 1. SEATED-Mrs. Bess Vaughn Consultant in Lear- ning and in Language, Miss Nancy Vosburgh- Consultant in Special Education, Mrs. Ann Malpass-Consultant in Reading. STANDING-Mr. Les Finuf-Consultant in Psychology, Mr. Bob Hampton-Consultant in Physical Education, Mrs. Nan Thompson-Consultant in Social Work. 2. Secretarial Staff-SEATED-Mrs. Nancy White, Mrs. Joyce Roof, Mrs. Johnnie Chapman. STANDING-Miss Amelia Godfrey, Mrs. Frances Shealy, Miss Peggy Turner, Mrs. Virginia Kiser, Mrs. Dot Brown. 3. Mr. Danny Nunn-Director Payroll Services, Mr. Coy Bayne-Consultant in Transportation. ln Memory D Of Mr. Curtis Tyler October 9, 1909 November 25, 1973 224 Principal 1. Mr. Heyward Moore received his A.B. degree and his M. Ed. degree from the University of South Carolina. Mr. Moore did other graduate work at Western Carolina University and Southern III. Univ. As most people know Mr. Moore's favorite hobby is fishing. ssistant Principals And Administrative Assistants ll' if sbs! Ms' Rxtw N.. .,.,,.i,. .. ., ,..,..,. K H fiyxxt ,f xx . so gt Mr. Jerry Fulmer, Assistant Principal, is a graduate of Newberry with a B.S. and Appalachian with a M.A. . 1 . 1 . ,A 2. Mr. Robert James received his B.S. Degree in education from 1 Virginia Commonwealth University and his M. Ed. from the X University of South Carolina. Mr. George Smith, Assistant Principal, received his B.S. from High Point College and M.A. from Western Carolina. Mr. Bob Mooneyhan received a B.S. from Clemson and a Masters from U.S.C. 225 226 Gffice Staff 1. Mrs 2. Mrs. 3. Mrs. 4. Mrs Vermelle Lawson Secretary Shirley Price, Attendence Secretary Margaret Carson Bookkeeper Melva Ricard, Secretary 1-A 1 by . .les 'N i fsi f s ' Lv '. X .RX .x .., . , . f ' -,.,...., k S g f-Wx K sf X N f NE. .sw ,f 1191 .fx we--P :gjz 2, S51 mg Hia Aj.- .52 , ly b 1 1...--1.1 '11 ,,,. fggffffifxi Q iw 5 rr... , LQNQTXIKSQ-. we K, .ffzlf N. M- Y?4eJfE3N H . - N il lq xff. nf- M, .Q ,S 4' L . 'UI A 3 S - a""""' as s A - A me 1. Gui -I -- N N X? 5 A X 'fs' is Q ss Ns dance Department Mrs. Barbara McClain received her A.B. degree from Meredith College and her M,A, from the University of California at Los Angeles. She spent this past summer traveling in Greece, Turkey, and Yugoslavia. Mrs. McClain enioys attending concerts. plays, and art exhibits. Mrs. Johnnie Flae Hunter enjoys water skiing, roller skating, knitting, and reading. She received her BA. in English from Columbia College and her M,A. in secondary guidance from the University of South Carolina. Mrs. Sandy Reidenbach enjoys playing bridge, crocheting, sewing, and refinishing furniture. She spent her summer at home with her son Chris. Mrs. Reidenbach received both her A.B, and M. Ed. degrees from U.S.C. Mrs. Gracie Fletcher, the guidance secretary enjoys traveling, knitting, corcheting, and reading. She used to live in Hawaii, though originally from North Carolina. Mrs. Sandra Dodd received both her B.S. and M. Ed. degrees from the University of South Carolina. Her hobbies include raising cats and reading. I 'J A Library Staff Mrs. Mickey Hicks enjoys playing the piano, all sports, and reading. She spent the summer on a cruise to Nassau. Mrs. Hicks received her B.A. from the University of South Carolina. Mr. David Cobb received his AB. from U.S.C. and his M.A. from Appalachian State University. Along with being the advisor for the annual, he enjoys working in the Library, traveling and camping. Mrs. Vernelle Wise is a member ol her Church Choir, is a Sunday School Teacher, and is a volunteer at the Lexington County Hospital. During the summer she went to Disneyworld, Carowinds, and on a cruise to the Bahamas. Mrs. Barbara Hendrix's hobbies include camping, cooking, and sewing. This summer she and her fami' ly traveled through the southwest and the highlight being the Grand Canyon and a raft ride down the Colorado River. s, - Mrs, Wanda H, Barnett received her A.B. degree in Business Education from U.S.C. Her hobbies and interests are needle work, sewing, and reading. Mrs. Nancy Paige vacationed during the summer in the New England States and Myrtle Beach. She received her A.B. degree from U.S.C. Mrs. Doris Belser received her B.S. from Winthrop College and did Graduate Work at Univ, of S.C. Mrs. Frances Crosby's hobbies include knitting and Crocheting. She received her B.A. from Limestone College. Mrs. Pauline Moore enjoys knitting, crocheting, reading, and fishing. She received her BS, degree from Winthrop College and her M. Ed. from Univ. of S.C. 5 229 Home Economics 230 Mrs. Brenda B. McCarty enjoys camping, sewing, boating, skiing, and refinishing furniture. She received her B.S. degree from Winthrop College. Mrs. Eunice Fowler received her B.S. degree from Furman University and her M.A.T. from Winthrop. Some of her hob- bies include sewing, reading, and refinishing furniture. Mrs. Fowler spent this past summer at the beach and working in her garden. Distributive Education 1. Mrs. Pandra Warren is a member of the E.S.A. Sorority. Her hobbies include cooking, swimming, skiing and dancing. She received her B.S. in Business Administration at U.S.C. Miss Mary Altman received her B.S. in fashion merchandising at Winthrop College. She enjoys drawing, reading, and sports. This past summer she visited France, Switzerland, Italy, Greece and England. 231 1 2. 3. Foreign Languages Miss Sally M. Wiggens received her B.A. degree from Columbia College. Her hobbies include horseback riding, dancing, and both water and snow skiing. Mrs. Sara Hempley enjoys reading at her favorite vacation spot, the beach. She received her A.B. degree from Meredith College and her M. Ed. from U.S.C. Mrs. Marie W. Kleckly's interests include teaching in church programs and directing her church choir. She traveled to Turkey, Lebanon, Israel, and Greece in February and November of 1973. She received her A.B. from Georgia State University and her M.A. in Foreign Languages and Literature from U.S.C. 232 Si ei 1 'XTLQYZI Special Education K, in V me Miss Lynda Kneece visited the Bahamas this past summer. Her hob- bies include water-skiing, horseback riding, and traveling. She receiv- ed her B.S. degree in Special Education at Winthrop College. Mrs. Wanda Dean received both the B.S. and M.A. at Mississippi State University. Her hobbies include needlework and reading. Mrs. Jeanette Urban received her B.S. in Special Education at the University oi Wisconsin-Oshkosh. This past summer she visited Connecticut and the New England States. She enjoys crocheting as her hobby. 233 234 Physical Education Department Mr. Robert Taylor received both his B.S. and M. Ed. degreesfrorn the University of S.C, His hobbies include sports and hunting. Mr. Don Richardson enjoys fishing and sports. He spent this past summer working at the Airport. Mr. Richardson received his B.S. degree from Wake Forest and his M. A. T, from U.S.C. Mr. Jim Barnes received his B.S. degree from Appalachain State University. His interest is in all types of sports. if Q rtiaiti Zzgailqy f, 22? x 1. Coach Wilson Nelson received his B.A. degree at U.S.C. in Physical Education. He enjoys golf, tennis, sports, country music, and television. 2. Miss Harriet Coleman enjoys tennis, golf, skiing, traveling, and making pine-cone flowers. She received her B.A. degree from the University of S.C. 3, Miss Kay Kessler received her B.S. degree from Bluefield State College and her M.S. from West Virginia University. Her hobbies include participating in sports and working with ceramics, ,ff WM ,y wig? 235 i VAAV wi ly.--at 1 .M ...,-an--si Shop 8t Mechanical Drawing af, 1 rf at f , 2 .. ., kit, MMT' in ,, 1 8 KZ rs , xr ix, mf Mr. Henry Shaw is Airport's welding and vocational instructor. He enjoys fishing, hun- ting, and playing baseball. Mr. Richard Smith received his B,A. degree from U.S.C. Mr. Legare Cato enjoys all types of sports but particulary coaching Pony League Baseball. He spent his entire summer getting the shop ready for this year. Mr. Cato received his B.S, degree in Economics and Sociology from Clemson University. AK Mft I-, ,ff lllll S Z 1 W, wa: Yw, Y.. iliiii , .,,, 'f.:S ww Study Hall, ROTC, Canteen M,-1 ,Q 1. Mrs. Elaine P. Williams teaches study hall. She attended U.S.C. and she likes to knit and crochet. 2. Sgt. Randall Corbin enloys hunting. fishing. and sports in general 3. Mrs. Stella Hudson as in charge ofthe canteen in the Student Center. 4. Colonel Thomas C. Finneran is interested in all sports, specifically handball, football, fishing, and shooting. His hobbies are photography, music, and woodwork. He spent his summer on a fishing trip in Minnesota. Colonel Finneran attended many Colleges and Universities. 2 237 238 Mrs. Bettye Carlisle enjoys needlework, crocheting, knitting, sewing, painting, music, reading, and playing bridge. She spent her entire summer attending classes at U.S.C. Mrs. Carlisle received her A.A. degree from Montreat-Anderson Jr. College and her B.A. from Erskine. She is chairman ofthe English department, Mr. Thomas Carlisle received his B.A. degree from Erskine in English and history and his M.A.T. degree in history from U,S.C. Mr, Carlisle spent this past summer attending classes at Carolina. Mrs. Jame Adams enjoys cooking, ceramics, and needle crafts, She received her B.A. degree from Central Wesleyan College. Mrs Karen Lumpkin received her B A in English from Winthrop College and is doin . . . , g graduate work at U.S.C. Mrs. Lumpkin loves to travel, attend plays, water ski, and eat pizza. She spent a lot of time at Edisto Beach this summer with her husband and poodle Lulu, English Department -.,.,,f 1' I J., WJ' w , , 4. 3' 5' f Q- f ,,.--d V, 4' i J .K If ll 1. Miss Anne Blythe enioys Crocheting, loves to read, and is learning to play the guitar. She spent her summer traveling through Spain, Morocco, Turkey, and Greece. This past spring Miss Blythe visited England. She received her B.A. degree in English from U.S.C. 2. Mrs. Louise Wilson enjoys football games and playing bridge. She received her A.B. from Converse College. 3. Mrs. Frances Ackerman received her B.A. degree from Columbia College. Some of her hob- bies are sewing and decorating. She is also a consultant for a cosmetic firm. 4. Mr. Cal Maddox received his B.S. degree from Clemson, and his M.A. and Ph, D. from U.S.C. He enjoys golf, officiating football, fishing, and other sports. it fiffmlWV.J4T'7975Ki1'f.f.Li: H 5 'T r 'V gn., f 4 . 44 . " ' ' 37 'fl' L H -Mis fl is ff is ,km . . K Iliff 2 S3593 . . . -Q., - if-5 K 1' 'lr'r -'ir . . 'f .r- 239 Mrs. Eunice Bowman received her AB. degree from Benedict College. She enjoys reading and listening to records. Miss Patricia Williams received her B.A, from Montreat College. and her MA. from the University of Maine, In her spare time she enjoys gardening and needlework. Mrs. Janet Lemons received her BS degree from Illinois State University, and her M.S. degree from Indiana University. Mrs. Maggie Williams received her B.S. from Benedict College and attended Florida AEM University, New York University, and the University of South Carolina for further education. Besides studying, Mrs. Williams enjoys sewing, gardening, and reading. Miss Kerry Senn received her B.A, in English Education from the University ol South Carolina. She was a member of Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society and is a Chi Omega Sorority Alumni. Miss Senn enjoys sports, bike riding, refinishing furniture, growing plants, and like everyone, she enjoys spending time at the beech. ' ,' ,.Q. :rf -'gjmi I I K M, '05 i Sri ,Fr at Mi ,Zi ff? wr :ii iii -is Mrs. Nancy Layman enjoys reading, oil painting, tennis, swimming, and playing bridge. This summer Mrs. Layman visited relatives in Kentucky and Florida. Also she worked part-time at Dictaphone Corporation, while attending U.S.C. Mrs. Layman received her B.A, in English from Otterbein College and her M,A. from the University of Louisville. 1 X . . ,,,f" ,,,...-,...,,,M Y -'L "9B'e.f4'0"" .4-v' I. Miss Wanda Smith enjoys jogging. decoupaging, tennis, writing, and she is learning to play bridge and the guitar. She received her B.A. in English from Coker College and spent her summer in school at U,S.C. working on her Master's degree. Miss Hariett Schneider enjoys tennis, reading, cooking, and decorating. Miss Schneider plans to travel to England and France or either out west this summer. She spent this past summer working full-time and finishing her M.A.T. in English from Tuland and U.S.C. Miss Karen Hudson received her B.A. degree from Columbia College. Her interests vary lrom antiques to barbershop singing. She likes to grow plants and ski. During the summer she vacationed in Georgia and Tennessee. 241 Mathematics Department Ms. Carrie Judge received her B.S. In Math from Chafin College and her M.A.T. from U.S.C. She enjoys sewing, traveling, and cooking. She visited Kentucky and Indiana this past summer. Ms. Mary Ann Griggs hobbies include making pottery, camping, and traveling. She spent last year IU Zurich, Switzerland. Ms. Grlgg received her B.A. degree from Makison College, Mr. Kenneth Smith received his B.S. degree from the University of South Carolina. His hobbies include sports and traveling. This past summer he went to New England. A 1. 2. 3. Mrs. Sheila A. Cribb enjoys sewing. She received her B.S. in Math from U.S.C. and is presently working in graduate school. Mrs. Ann Cox received her B.A. in Math from Randolph-Macon Women's College. She spent her summer teaching summer school and in her spare time she enjoys reading. Mrs. Joyce Gardner received her B.S. degree from Miss. Delta State Teachers College. One of Mrs. Gardner's hobbies is sewing. 244 Miss Gloria Mizzell is interested in bowling, basketball, speedbike riding, ping-pong, and coin collec- ting. She received her B.A. from Columbia College and her M.M. from U.S.C. Mrs. Rebecca Kruegar's interests include fishing, water skiing, crocheting, and traveling. She received her B.S. in Math from Coker College and she's working on her Masters at U.S.C. 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Patr- . 'Dia col 'C'a R0u 'ege M Se receiv ' ' YS. Fqous ed herBA . S S ' - In ISO W Dem he l0l0gyfr ent to the bgaxmmer inosch Several timeS0Ol at Caro 'Ina a nd sh 9 a 245 246 Science Department Miss Diane Curry's interests include music, and tennis. She received her B.A. from Winthrop and her M.A.T. from U.S.C. Mr, Howard Branham received his BS, degree from the University of South Carolina. Mrs. Ginny Hager enjoys cooking, playing tennis, and taking care other baby boy. She attended Coker College, the University of Salamanca, and graduated from the University of South Carolina. 2 mys ql ,,,, 'Sig V L V3.1 , 7319 ,4 'i ,,v,,,,, . ..,,,. , , -, f Q 1' iii, -,: it 3' fr i Q W f up 3. l W' 5 4 if l F x Q? 4 ,N svffwsfmiw, sf-sf' W, f if' :- V1 Ilya ,A r' M w1f1,5'vv l if e s 2 , az: J l Wei Z ,Q I jf or f - l H ,f 'P 1E'fi"?f!mzx 'Hier':f"i.'2f. 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V at ry ff 1 f 7 . ,,, . . ,T . x kv .C L, i 2 G' l t i 4 , i e Q ' ' X M2325 ii , izg Y , Q ai mf. e e .Q Q- il , . il 1 :www -.warmer firmwa- mins mmm.: grit mir ummm iam my ri f 1, H mimi tif v-Hmimii. "M mimic, Hsimm, M .. H, X wit. i, v U, ,M ,V ,U ,t 6 Yixfarl yr ,U ,H it w"MH is W ,ii XHWHH ,M ww" ' li ix' ,mi ,UvH"" i i x,,,mwr'x" ,. Mmxnmvf Mwwfrfif HM 4 .trM,xii4,, mm, rms, .NMR Q MM It t,,x HM v mt in .M "Mi, -img Q t, 4 "ri, Mrs. Mary Francis Kelly loves the beach, along with sewing, needle work, and reading. She received her B.A. and M.A.T. in Biology from Emory University. Mr. Edwin L. Corley received his B.A. degree from Newberry College. 247 248 1 . 2. 3. Social Studies Department Mrs. Joan Lewis received her B.A. degree from the University of South Carolina and is presently working on her M.A.T. Her hobbies include antigue hunting and refinishing, sewing, Crocheting, and fishing Ms. Cleo Wofford received her A.B. degree in education from U.S.C. and is presently working on her Masters in History. Some of her hobbies are dancing, playing the guitar, and painting. She also enjoys help- ing with school plays and serving as ad- visor for the Finance Committee for the Senior Prom. Ms. Wofford spent some time in Russia this past summer. Mrs. Stella Williams received her B.A. degree in history from the University of South Carolina. She is a member of the Service Sorority, Alumni Society, and a member of the Bridge Club. Mrs. Peggy Burbage enjoys sewing and bike riding. She received her A.B. degree in Sociology from Winthrop College. Mrs. Mary Lou Huffman has fun cook- ing, playing tennis, and sewing. She received her B.A. degree in Social Studies and her M.A.T. in geography. Mr. English Pearcy received his B.S. degree from Wofford College and his B.D. from Emory Universily. 250 Miss Jennifer A. Wilson enjoys all sports, playing bridge, and reading, She received her B,A. degree in history from Winthrop College and her M. Ed. in secondary education from U.S.C. Mr. Samuel Corley received his A.B. degree from Allen University. Mr, Corley says his talent is singing and he also likes to fish. He spent his summer vacation in Maryland. Mr. Jim Taylor received his B.A. degree in 1969, from Trevecca College and his M.A.T. in Social Studies in 1973 from U,S.C. His hobbies and interests include bot- tle collecting, playing and watching baseball, and camping. c HT cmuz tmmmt Mr. H.V. Morrison enjoys playing chess, hunting, and fishing. He also enjoys reading science fiction. He received both his B.A. and M.A.T. degrees from the University of South Carolina. Mrs. Lou Wolfe is President of the State Council of Epsilon Sigma Alpha which sponsored the "Bike Ride for St. Jude." Along with being an active member of ESA she also enjoys water sports. Mrs. Wolfe received both her A.B. and M. Ed. degrees from the University of South Carolina. Miss Connie Britt enjoys playing bridge, attending plays, and all types of music. She received both her B.A. and M.A.T. degrees from U.S.C. 251 M ww rts Department .M U h J Mrs. Lee Porcari's hobbies include needlepoint, sewing, and crafts. She received her B.A. degree from Salem College. Mrs. Francis Maddox received her B.A. degree in Music Education from Furman University and her M.A. in Music Education from U.S.C. She enjoys playing golf, swimming, and bridge. Mrs. Maddox's talent is playing the piano. Mr. William Ackerman enjoys fishing and any other water sport. He is an avid automobile racing fan. Along with playing the oboe, in the Columbia Philharmonic Orchestra, he is Presi- dent of the South Carolina Band Directors Association. Mr. Ackerman received his B.A. degree in Music Education from U.S.C. Mrs. Karen Mixon received her B.A. degree from the Universi- ty of South Carolina. She enjoys reading, skiing, and needlepoint. 4 Custodians And Cafeteria n . Janitors-Mr. Caine Hart, Mr. Julius Oliver, Mr. Edward Rivers, Mr. Willie Edmund, and Mr. Azele Kennley. 2. Cafeteria Workers-Mrs. Marguerite Settle, Mrs. Roselle Shull, and Mrs. Fioberta Davis. 3. Mr. G. W. Wallace, Director. 4. Maids-Mrs. Daisy Miller, Mrs. Julia Bamberg, Mrs. Daisy Kennerly, and Mrs. Hattie Mae Bonnett. 253 2 Q J ag. M. IL- . ' Wg . 5, X X Awww? lf' ,N 5 sift X C2 W ,gf Aw ww the spends book 6 ITIBFI adver a ih at nd 1 lm Wk 256 - Repairs, Sales 81 Service ESQUKE 10-SPEED TRI-CITY BICYCLE CENTER ' -gg y WZ2?5J.Si2b?lfe5fC. HAROLD SMA'-L REA'-TY Frances and Harry Johnson Phone 253-6192 805 Meeting Street West Columbia WALDROP'S OPEN-AIR MARKET Phone 765-2333 Open 7 Days: 9:00 A.M.-11:00 P.M. Custom Bum Homes Groceries - Fruits - Vegetables Congratulations l f '74 Esso Products C ass O 2300 Edmund Hwy. W. Cola 794-9806 011171, RVHCE gmdadh-Ast J 1 RUTO 'lifcn .?'zEyi as :Six Home Tune UP WHEEL Agana: Geneva. Rem Frank Smith's Auto Service, Inc. 1208 Franklin St.-Columbia General Auto Repairing 254-3221 252-8873 Frank Smith-Owner and Manager TWEED FASHIONS -for the girl who wants to be smartly dressed 619 12th Street West Columbia, S.C. Master Charge 794-2368 Bank Amerlcard HILLTOP SHOPPING CENTER Hi-way 215 in South Congaree Open 7 days - 7a.m. - 11 p.m. Groceries - Fruits - Vegetables - Meats Grill - Self-Service Gas - Beauty Shop George Smith - owner THE GARDEN SHOP 208 Charleston Hwy. Phone 794-6020 West Columbia, South Carolina Feed - Seed - Fertilizer Baby Chicks - Garden Supplies Sanitation Products Purina Chows And Health Aids EDCO CHEMICAL COIVIPANY, INC. Phone P.O. Box 5877 765-2902 Columbia, South Carolina 29250 ,A , -Q "x I- 62 Better Products 'Y - ' Through Chemical Flesearch Manufacturers and Distributors Of A Complete Line Of Janitor Supplies And Equipment PET DAIRY PRODUCTS Makes You Happy! Somebody said that it couidn't he done. But he with a chuckle replied That "maybe it couldnt" hut he would he one Who wouidn't say so till he'd tried. So he huclcied right in with a trace of a grin on his face If he worried, he hid it: He started to sing as he tackled the thing That couidn't he done and he did iti Somebody scoffed, you'li never do that, At least, no one ever has done it," But he took off his coat and he toot: off his hat And the first thing we Imew, he'd begun it. With a lift of his chin and a hit of a grin, Without any douhting or uquidditf' He started to sing as he tackled the thing That couidn't he done and he did iti There are thousands to tell you it cannot he done. There are thousands to prophesy failure, There are thousands to point out to, one hy one. The dangers that await to assaii you. But just huclcie in with a hit of a grin Just taice oft your coat and go to it, Just start to sing as you tacicie the thing That "cannot he done" and you'H do iti .-Edgar A. Guest. Compliments of REVCO, INC Specialists in Refrigeration Products 339 me is as-A ly.: as ? 22,3 s sig ., ,,.ws..,.e HWQKQQA 1 ' LE72'2i?L sl 54 A-M,,,, Q55 is igii' ' VIS fbias Wxgis ?HHQ may gf? f!'4RKLl5kXX YEMEN? Parkland Plaza, Cayce, S.C. 29033 Telephone 803-796-6993 ,ag Insurance of all types. ISYI ' 13 JW . ft Representative Q 5 wg S 3 Q ' sv "nz num! Y 'AP . . ' sq, 2' 1? 2- y AS Sqn 2' 1 2 I 1 1 if 253-6423 560 Meeting St. West Columbia, S.C. COBB 8: SABBAGHA REALTY AND CONSTRUCTION "Serving all your real estate needs" Let us help you buy or build your dream home. Call us at 794-5152 or 796-8283 1 Route 2, Box 725 EJKON west Columbia, S.C. 29169 EDENWOOD EXXON SERVICE Highways 321 81 1-26 Bob Corley Telephone Owner 794-9790 259 Telephone Fuel Oils 253-7512 ' f 'li VCayce I VColumbia 1 fag . VWest Columbia L6 g W V 1' Warm 'Ike the sun x 1 FUEL St HEATING CO., INC. Heating 8 Air Conditioning - Sales 81 Service 640 Lexington Street - P.O. Box 7 West Columbia, S.C. 29169 Carolina Eastman Company Division of Eastman Kodak Company Columbia, South Carolina Manufacturer of KODEL Polyester Fiber 81 Yarn 260 RAY MATTHEWS REALTORS mos, l ink' Q l i"EQ?13??s ,, E 5 Residential r Commercial 630 Twelfth St. Phone 794-4901 West Columbia, S.C. 5.2 Rip Algi-we 1 4- Q - ! 1 727 Knox Abbott Dr. ' g Cayce 794-5942 Br Pnizictnnn D cg"-ti 7 Pool Mobil Travel Air Guide Rated Tv WW Phones M ! iA ,C at cnvsrm. MOTEL 1624 Charleston Hwy. West Columbia, S.C. 29169 'NG 0 Phone: 796-3116 Open till 11 P.M. Nightly Phone 794-2848 Parkland Plaza -- Cayce "for your every lighting 8t building products needs" 633 Meeting St. West Columbia, S.C. 29169 Compliment of 'Phono 719-5186 K - IVIART RAINBOW CLEANERS 8- Charleston Highway LAUNDRY Triangle City Saluda Plaza West Columbia, S.C. 261 262 CAPITAL CITY SPFZINGDALE PHARMACY CASKET CO. 3122 Platt Springs Road Cayce, S.C. West Columbia, S.C. 29169 Come, let us face the future together. Toe oeogye who owe you QEGCTVECQW Q33 emo tramsoortamom seryuces can also give you 3AJQVyVQW3VC1UQ career You myght look mo that M .SCEGG ,, """lIili!iVhJ"9 993919 X X . Q X ,fr , 3 xxx L X . to , V , . , , X ,Z -,A K t I A J V f X , N' , V A r,-f W x f ee ff ,si ' 25 I Y A f 4 I , , X x AV fx N .Fifi ' . H f 2 ff' A A X Cx L M ' 5 , - gy A ' 1 x X g::7-X1:r:f- X X ECW ' A yy . 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A ' ' ' ' ' T' v- NWA' -'ii' wb A , ,Q 0535351 f 9' M h '7ESin:1'-I--' E "la , 'nam Twice As Good THE JOURNAL Lexington County's Largest Newspaper Published Monday 8t Wednesday CREST BEN FRANKLIN Triangle City West Columbia, S.C. 29169 Compliments Of CAUGHMAN'S MARKET 775 Meeting St. West Columbia, S.C. ART FLOWER SHOP 536 Knox Abbott Dr. Cayce, S.C. BROACLACRES SUPER MARKET Compliments of 794-0652 1305 Ffmk Sffeef CAPITOL clTv ouTi.E'r Cayce, S.C. 29033 925 Huger Street Open 7 days a week . 9 to 10 Columbia, S.C. RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIALQRENTALS REAL ESTATE Drugs - Prescriptions - Sundries 1219 C Avenue West Columbia, s.c. George Smith 52I Amick St. Home Phone 794-5535 west Columbia, s, C. Phone 794-4840 263 264 Best A'AA D ' Wishes to If the - I .. Class of '74, Airport High 4.,. '35:Q:::g2:T:i:I:i:-.I I:-5-:1.3: ..:I:I:E:I :I:IjIjIjI:I-2:2-Iv'1i,v -13.1 1,1-jirfjl' - - -.-.1.:-1 , .- !-1-'-:-I-I:I'- if AK, f' :'5f1l2 2i2iii525iii" 0 M C . S 1 is J Jia' 6, S i Sales , r 'QL Q or , Qi X j X Badge Ears ,,. X -fi Service V Badge Truths 6 .1 BURNSIDE DODGE Gervais At Harden Sts. Columbia, S.C. Dodge Cars 256-0602 Dodge Trucks LUCAS' MARKET Fish Hatchery Road Open 7 days - 10 A.M. - 10 P.M. Complete line of Groceries Hot Dogs REYNOLDS FLOWERS 8: ACCESSORIES 803 Meeting St. West Columbia KW. A it f ' Compliments of PIGGLY WIGGLY 62 Cayce, S. C. High Performance and Stock J' PRYOR MUSIC HOUSE Authorized Dealer For Chickering, Fischer, Kohler 81 Campbell Gulbransen, Conn. Pianos Organs "More For Less" String Instrument and Amps 901 B Avenue Phone 796-5854 West Columbia, S.C. COMPTON'S 1500 Augusta Street Telephone 796-5590 West Columbia, South Carolina 29169 ' Seven Levels of Fashion I 265 Compliments Of BANKERS TRUST THOMPSON FUNERAL HOME of West Col b I 2O0Stt St t WestCol b S thC I Ph Alp 2 4313 Q' ,ua -' ' ' 4 - me i' U A nga., . .sf 1, A if if ff 'W N.fg.MtEif53f5'i't5' , , , ,,WnaN, ., . ,, , X V, ,fy , 'art' 'What Vai . M. N tn- 2 . W . .. , ,M-.l ,M In N with Mgkfym A1 ,K 5 ,UWM I LOXCREEN-Manufacturers of quality aluminum and plastic products for home and industry. HOME OFFICE: Post Office Drawer 4-West Columbia, S.C.-803!794-2300 PLANTS: Brooklet, Georgiag Sanford, Florida, Arlington, Texas Wichita, Kansasg Rocky Point, New York, Roxboro, N.C.g Hamilton, Ohio. Columbia, S.C.g Atlanta, Ga., Philadelphia, P.A. Hayti, Mo. 267 268 Q, or 01110 Dutch Square-Richland Mall America's Leading Cheese Stores MARTIN MARIETTA AGGREGATES SOUTHEAST DIV Crushed Stone for Concrete - Asphalt Pavements - Driveways - Parking Lots State St. Beyond Seaboard Railroad 650 Knox Abbott Dr Cayce-796-6360 Banana Splits-Sundaes-Shakes Open 7 days a week you score with Biltmore CAROL'S ICE CREAM INC. Parkland Plaza Cayce Next to Parkland Jewelers. Carol's Ice Cream if 1 1301 State St. Across from B.c. High 794-6313 Main Office 796-3308 if 1 7949590 ARROW CLEANERS 8: LAUNDRY 3 Hour Cleaning 1 Day Laundry 81 Cleaning 526 12th West Cola 794-6340 Arrow Cleaning 81 Lndry 1423 Broad River Rd I 772-7336 B C Wash-A-Matic 1307 State Cayce 794-9690 Fadmdaf WMM Wai Salute the Eagles of Airport High THE MOST RESPECTED NAME ' IN BURIAL VAULTS I74l Edmund Rd. Cayce, S.C 270 Congratulations and best wishes to the Class of '73 BROADWOOD PHARMACY I625 Charleston Highway, West Columbia Phone: 794-0888 Night: 794-0524 Complete Prescription Service All fragrances in Cosmetics John Hert-Owner David Bawkum-Pharmacist Grace Snyder-Cosmetician Our many thanks to Mr. Roland Mann for his un- endless and untiring efforts in producing the photography for the l973 AQUILA. The Staff S Aaron, Donald Lee 154 Aaron, John Wesley 154,180 Aaron, Thomas Alton Abbott, Denlse Mae 154 Abbott, Judlth Lynn 165 Abbott, Kathy Belinda 165 Adair, Douglas Hollen 154 Adames, Debra Jan 142 Adams, Dennls Adams, Llnda Elleen 142 Adams, Michail OMar 165 Adams, Shirley Elalne 180,161 Adams, Verta Lee 154 Addy, John Ray 165 Addy, Roland Durham Adkins, Cecll Blll 165 Adkins, Gay Yvonne 142 Akins, Terry Lee 165 Adkins, Thomas LeRoy 180 Adrian Robert 154 Alexander, Vlctorla Bertie 165 Alexander, Wallace Davld 165 Alexander, Wanda Sue 142 Alford, Carroll Robln 142 Alford, Randy Carey 142 All, Mary Frances 0l'18 JRYTIGS All, Maxine Anita 142 All, Lansing Nella 154 Allen, Cynthia Dlang 154 Allen, Donald Wayne 142 Allen, James Douglas Allen, James Timothy 142 Allen, Johnny 154 Allen, Klmberlee Anne 152,154 Allen, Rhonda Elizabeth 165,167 Allen Wllllam Howard 165 Almond, Larry Reginald 142 Altman, Sandra Marie 180 ' Kay 160 Amick, Barbara Lee 185 Amick, Clifford Darrell 154 Anderson, Angela Marie 154 Anderson, Beverly K 154 Anderson, Anderson, oe Anderson, Anderson, Adrews, Terry 165 Antley, David 154 Apperson, Renee Appleton, Melodie 154 Armstrong, Regina 154 Argo, Anndra Deon 142 Atkinson, Angela 180 Atkinson, Dana 180,183.212 Bennett, Miriam Ann 165 Berrian, Michael John 142 Berry. David Jasper 142 Berry, Judy Lynn 142 Best, Allen Jerald 167 Best, Sharon Patricia 142 oatwrighl, Lee Dean Gregg Robert 142 Adelle 155 Nell Timmons 1 Lisa 181 Ann 155 9 167 Emily Gene Kathrine Boatvgightqtdlark Allen 167 Bqatllvrlghtf Martin Blake 142 Boatwrlght Sharon 155 odie Wayne oles Barbara E oles Robert olton onner Gerald onner Linda oozer Barbara oozer Gerald oozer Theresa Randy orchers Kevin orchers etts, Mary Louise 155 Gladys Diane 167,168 81,194.212 Willin ton Jr. Bourne Bourne OWEN Bl'8df0l'd BBYDEFB Ann 142 Bragg Branch Branch Branch Barnes Barrett. Barrier, Tereasa Barrs. Barrs James Barrs, Bartley Barton, Barton, Barton. Barton' Brown, Anthony 143 142533 Brown, Arthur 143 Bm ,T Brown, arenas 182. 5 Brown, Deri Brown, Derek 182,205 if ' Brown, Dorothy 182 M k . L' Brown, Helene 167 Kamryzr Brown, John wuiie J. . Am., Brgqan, Kathy Diane 143 '55 142,143 2 'FJE BFOWD. K 1625133212 Beck, Walton Mitchel 155 BYOWH- Mary Cvfifhla Beckham, Cynthia Estelle 155 Becknell, Gregory 155 Bell, Wesley Timothy 142 Bennett, Allred Lee 181 Bennett, Michael Ray Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown. Michael 143 Ronda Gayle 143 Robert Samuel Lee 182 Steven 143 3 E 1 5 5 i 3 Brown, Sylvia Yvonne Brown, Tommy Gene Brown, Velma Denise Brown, Wanda Cecelia 143 Brown p X Wllliam Anthony 167 Buokner, Johnny Lester Jr. 182 ,' My Lo '86 fBudnec Bull, Burbage k Be ui 167 a idy idy a Maria Melton Lee 184 O Neil Linwood 168 Faye 165 168 Chav Cherry Clark, Clubb, Clubh, CODIS. Collingwood, Wllllam Collins, Colvin, Colvin, Com pton, Cynthia An Comne Ralph Douglas 185 Esther Yvonne 156 Louise Marie Patricia Ann ll, Cynthia Carlene 144 181,185,205 Lindon Jr. 169 .wwf .ass n 144 271 144 FBUSI Fellciano Fellciano Ferguson Finlley Franklyn Jonathan Michael Deborah 169 Sheila 188 Terrl 186 188 205 Lawrence Billy 188 Linda 169 Riley Gardner, Kenneth 157 Garner, Barbara 157 Garner, Michael 188 Gartman, Patricia 188 Gartmen, Rhonda 145 Garvin, Douglas 157 51 ii AMQLYEPIQ' hifi!! 'Wi ' :- wt f 1:1 ISS '54 V 2 - me 1 ,111 1' ' -A G1 ann' f i d Glenn. 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Murphy, Lawrence Michael 173 Murphy, Linda Charlene 173 Myers, Brent William, Jr. 173 274 Myers, Debra Denise 198 Myers, Richard Neal 148 Noble Kathy Powell, Powell, Denneth Alan Powell, Steven Michael Prater, Derris Wayne 149 Price, Beulah Donna 161 Price, Charles Martin 161 Fla William Rea, William Thomas V Redman, Henry 149 Redman, Teri Leigh 161 Rentz, Mark Anthony 149 Michael Jerry 149 John 174 'J 5 'El 174,200 167,171,174 201 174 Rucker Rucker Shulli Shull, TangeIia149 Shumpert, Cindy A Shumpert, Cindy Lerora 201 Shumpert, Jane 168,201 Shumpert, Joan Marie 175 Shumpert, Pamela 150 Shumpert, Sherry Kay 149 Shumpert, Vlckl 175 Loretta Marion Mildred 175 Rebecca Kay Smith, Sharon Lynn 150 Smith, Terri Jo 150 Smith, Terri 162 Smith, Wanda 175 Smlth, Wlllord Ted 175 ' oake, Danny 203 Vove, Sharon 167,175 ii, Beverly 203 1 S. 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