Albany High School - Thronateeska Yearbook (Albany, GA)
- Class of 1969
Page 1 of 280
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 280 of the 1969 volume:
i;yju;n man passes through each day but once. Therefore he should treasure each hour and live it to the fullest, for the memories and experiences of today are the building blocks in the wall of tomorroyv.
From sophomore sag . . .
To junior grind . . .
To senior year . . .
8Performing to best ability
To one who has given deeply of herself and in profound devotion . . .
To one who quietly performs her duties as a teacher and works far beyond that which is required of her . . .
To one who cares much more for the students’ welfare than for her own . . .
To one who has worked for her pupils just as faithfully outside the school as within it. . .
To one who proudly calls our school her home away from home . . .
To one whose diligence and unceasing energy have served to strengthen the name of Albany High . . .
To one who has long deserved recognition for her great talent of helping those who most need her . . .
To one who truly deserves far more than we can give her . . .
To this outstanding teacher, we. the members of the annual staff, can only say a simple but heartfelt thank you, as we dedicate the 1969 THRONATEESK.A to you. Miss Margaret Jo Hogg, with the hope that we can, in this manner, repay a small portion of our debt to you.
THRONATEESKA • 1969 • THRONATEESKA
1969 • THRONATEESKA
1969 • THRONATEESKADougherty County Board of Education
MR J. J. CORDELL
Superintendent of the Dougherty County Schools
MR HERBERT HALEY Chairman of the Board of Education
Jomcr M? J I avis CheeVerS’ Mr Ho,Us Slanford’ Mr Herbert Haley, Mr. J. J. Cordell. Standing: Mr. Hcmy W. Usry . Mr. Felix Marbury. Mr. George 20 A MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL:
Another day, another year, and I have the opportunity again of saying something to you students and faculty at Albany High School. Each year it seems to me that I have a problem to keep from saying the same old things to you, but it is really hard to keep from doing this because I still feel that Albany High School is the greatest. I sincerely feel that the spirit of its students, the dedication of its teachers and the perseverance of the administration and other staff members to develop and maintain the type of program that it takes to make a first class high school still exists at Albany High School.
Our building, our facilities, our curriculum, are geared to the development of a program of studies which will enable us to meet the educational needs of youth of all levels of ability. I feel that we have the know-how, and that if we could get the desire and cooperation of students to achieve, then I think that we would be well on our way to doing the job which we would like to do for all students.
We have not been so successful in our athletic activities as we would like to have been; nor have we achieved all we have desired to achieve in the academic area. Yet, I feel that school loyalty and school pride have probably been stronger than they have been in many years. It is my sincere wish that each ot us — students and teachers alike — may again find through the pages of our yearbook many happy memories that shall linger with us. I am sure that the Annual staff and Advisors have-done all in their power to make this a reality.
To the seniors of ’68-’69, Congratulations and “God Speed” in your chosen fields of service. I am confident that the great majority of you will go on to make us proud of you.
Harold E. McNabb
MR. HAROLD E. McNABB Principal of Albany High School and Director of High Schools
21MR GRAYDON PIERCE Executive Assistant Principal
"THE ONLY GOOD PREPARATION FOR TOMORROW IS THE RIGHT USE OF TODAY.”
It seems to me that the above quotation from an unknown author would be a fitting and appropriate thought to send you seniors out into the world. This can be used as a daily reminder of the fact that we live only one day at a time, and each tomorrow will be only as happy as we make it today.
Those of you who have done your work well are looking toward graduation with great anticipation. Those of you who have not used your time well may be looking upon it with some fear and dread. Only you can do your work and prepare for happy tomorrows.
My congratulations to the Class of 1969! It is my sincere wish for each of you that you shall have made proper preparation and that you will find in the pages of your Yearbook many pleasant memories of your days spent at A.H.S. The advisors and Staff have worked long and hard to give us this keepsake of these important days. As I congratulate you. I would also admonish you to keep ever before you high ideals, lofty ambitions and an abiding faith in your own possibilities. Make an effort to be the kind of person your parents want you to be — a happy person, because you have succeeded to some degree each day in achieving some worthwhile goals.
22CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1969:
It seems such a short time ago that I was scratching my head and pounding away on the typewriter trying to compose my message to the Class of'68, and here it is again lime to begin the process of bidding you farewell and sending you out with my blessing into the adult world — a busy, confused, puzzling, but still, a good world. For that journey, may I suggest some helpful hints, which have helped me during the stresses and strains of life as well as through the good days.
Four ingredients are essential to the Good Life as I sec it — Faith, Love. Courage, and Spiritual Power. The puzzling and disturbing experiences of life will demand a FAITH to give you strength; a LOVE to keep your heart warm despite the cold, hard facts of life; a COURAGE to make you brave, and a SPIRITUAL POWER to make you bold in facing the tests in life and in adapting to those things which you cannot change but must accept. Surely there will be. I pray, blessings that will amaze and startle you; but, to enjoy these blessings as they should be enjoyed, you need all four of these ingredients. “Why?", you say? FAITH again to give you strength to use your blessings without becoming spoiled; LOVE to provide compassion for others even while you have no worries or problems and to help you understand the less fortunate; COURAGE to mingle the blessings with the problems and see that life is still Good; SPIRITUAL POWER to keep you ever mindful that all good things are from the Father above and to keep you able to commune with The Father above.
Some years ago. I said some of these same things to another Class, but I believe they are worth repeating to you; so with no apology and with FAITH. LOVE. COURAGE, and SPIRITUAL POWER which I claim, I challenge each of you to follow the admonition of H. A. Walters when he said: Be true, for there arc those who trust you:
Be pure, for there are those who care:
Be strong, for there is much to suffer;
Be brave, for there is much to dare.
Make the meaning of this message a reality in your life. In so doing it is my firm conviction that you will not fall victim to the vicisitudes of life present day frustrations and fads that so often engulf some of our finest young people and sap from them their usefulness to society and the happiness to which they are entitled. I DARE YOU to make Albany High School and those who love you most proud of you.
Thelma Plant. Dean of Girls Albany High SchoolCOACH KENNETH ALLEN Ball State Univ. B S U S History and World History. B-Team Football and Basketball
MRS J N BAILEY
B S.. Univ. of Georgia. M A.. Auburn Univ.
MR FLOYD BRANNEN B.S.. Ga Southern Industrial Arts. Key Club
MRS L D BROWNE B A.. Univ. of Georgia English Journalism. Kappa
Gamma. Tn Hi Y
Albany High School Faculty
MRS BRENDA BRANNEN B.S.. Ga Southern English. Beta Tri Hi Y
Experience contributes to better supervision of the school Experience teaches —
Not to give homework over a holiday . . .
Not to give the same test to all classes . . .
Never to seat good friends together . . .
Not to teach on the last day of school . . .
Never to leave your class without supervision . . . Never to tell an old joke . . .
How to laugh at your own mistakes . . .
How to make learning more enjoyable . . .
MRS ERVINE BROCK B.S.. Georgia Southern Bookkeeping and Typing I. TAW
MRS PAUL BUTLER B A.. Ml Holyoke College, M A 'Jniv. of Georgia Special Education
MISS JACQUF.LYN COBB B S . Albany State Physical Educ.
COACH H D COOK B.S.. Univ. o! Georgia.
Phy. Education. Student Council
MRS J H CRAWFORD A » . Univ. of N. Carolina World History
24MRS C II CURRY B.S.. Cia. Southern Physical Education
MISS LINDA DAVIS COACH GORDON DIXON MR THOMAS DOWNING
B S. Valdosta B.S. Florida State B.S.. Univ of Georgia
Gen Biology, B-Tcam Cheerleaders Phys. Ed. and Gen Bus.. Varsity Bas- Agriculture. EFA
kcthall and B-Tcam Football
MRS LUCY DUNN B.S.. Albany State Algebra I and II
MISS FRANCES FEAGIN A.B.. and M.Ed.. Mercer English
MISS JANE FLETCHER B A . Mercer English. Beta Tri Hi Y
MRS J. C. FOSTER B S . M S.. L'niv. of Georgia Home Ec. FHA
MRS MARY FUTCH A B . Woman’s College English. Annual Staff
MISS SHERRY HAGAMAN B.S . Ga Southern English. B-Team Cheerleaders
“You’ll never believe what I just sat in!
MR N. C HATCHER MRS LENORA HAWK
A.B.. Univ. of Ga. A B, Univ. of Kansas
Gov and Economics, Co-Sponsor Reading Development
COACH FERRELL HENRY
B S. Fla. State
Dnver Education. Jr. Ctvitan
MRS JOHN HINSON B A . Mary Hardin. Baylor College English Journalism. Pow Wow
MISS MARGARET JO HOGG B.S.. Univ. of Ga
Typing. Bookkeeping. Cheerleader. Civinettes, Annual
MR LOUIE HORNSBY B.S.. Univ. of N. C.
Physics. Algebra. Science Club
MR GEORGE HOWELL
A.B and M.A.. Mercer
Human Biology. Business Staff of
MRS. CLETA HUMPHERY
B S . North Park
MR G. S. HUNT A.B.. Elon College Math. Senior Hi-Y
MR ROBERT JAMES MRS S A. JUHAN MISS JOAN LAMKIN
B.S. and M S Georgia Southern A.B . Woman's College. M.A.. Univ. B.S . Albany State
Graphic Arts of Ga. Six-Yr. certificate F.S.U. Math. Algebra
Spanish - Spanish Club
MRS H P MOZINGO B.S.. Western Carolina College U S History
MR J. D MULLIS
B.S.. Ga. Southern. M.A.. Peabody
Algebra and Geometry
“Go! Go! Go! Go! Go! Go! Go! Go! Go! Go! Go!”
26MRS H. B MURDOCK B.S.. Valdosta State English
MR W L MLRKF.RSON B S . Berry College General Shop. Interact
MR DERRYL QUINN B.S., Univ. of Ga. Distributive Ed.. D.ECA
MRS SAUNDRA ROBINSON
B.S.. Valdosta State
Biology. Phy. Science. Science Club
COACH GENE ROWELL B.S.. Univ. of Tampa Drivers Ed.. General Business
MISS ANN SETTLES
B.A., Woman’s College
English. French. Girls Basketball,
MRS. W D. SETTLES MRS G. P SMITH
B.S.. Georgia Southern B.S.. Valdosta
Shonhand I. 2, Typing I. 2 U.S. History. Family Living. Plato-
MISS ELAINE SNIPES
A B . Valdosta State
Speech. English. Thespians. Debate
MRS RUTH SUMMERVILLE B.S.. Oklahoma Women's College Human Biology
MRS. N. E. ROGERS
AB. Agnes Scott, certificate - Sor-
French. French Club
MISS CELESTE SMITH B.S.. Woman’s College M A.. State Teachers College Alg.. Geometry, Sr. Math. F T.A
MISS GAYLE STEMBRIDGE A.B.. Howard College English. Beta Club
MISS FAYE TANNER A B . Woman’s College U S History. Sociology. Student CouncilMRS. ARTHUR TATE A B . Tift College Biology. TAW
MISS BETTY TILLMAN B A . Winlhrop College Latin. J.C.L
MRS JOHN TRACY B A . Mereer English III. Bela Club
MRS LORETTA W ALKER
B.A.. Clark College
Glee Club. Chorus. Mclloncttes
MRS W L WALLACI
B S . Va. Union Univ Typing and Shorthand
MR JERRY WALTON A A.. B S.. M.S.T.. Ga. Southern U.S. History. Senior Hi Y. Bus. Staff of Annual
MR CURTIS W ILKINSON B.S.. Fla State
Mechanical Drawing. Graphic Arts
MRS J H WILLIS
B.S.. Univ. of Ga
Ads Alg. and Trig . Anchor Club
MR Al. WOODHAM
World History. Girts Basketball. Football
MISS JOYCE WOODRUFI B V. Shorter
Psychology and World History. Stu dent Council
MRS BETTY SPINDLE
MRS JEAN BAKEFIELD
“See Spot run.” "Run. Spot, run.”
"I see it. hut I don't believe it.”Guidance Office
MRS L. V DK KLRSON
A.B.. Erskinc College M Ed.. University of Georgia
MRS L C THOMAS Counselor
B.S. Psychology. Purdue University
MISS MARY HUDSON Director
A B . Valdosta Suite M S.. I lond.i Suite
The main functions of the Guidance Office personnel are to help each student choose the courses that are best suited to his specific needs; and to make him more aware of the world of work and various vocational opportunities available to him.
In the spring, during registration, each student has a conference with a counselor and selects his courses for the next school year.
Informative materials concerning colleges, scholarships, financial aid and vocations are provided by the Guidance Office.
MRS W. R LLDDLN
MRS J J HOGUE A.B. La Grange Col.
Degree in Library Ed from George Peabody Col. for Tcachm
Head Librarian. Library Service Club
MISS RANDI STEVENS Central Methods I College. A B Aaislinl Librarian
MRS G. S HUNT Piedmont College. B.S. A»blunt Librarian
MRS PAT MINSHEW Secretary
The Albany High School Library contains many books, periodicals, records, filmstrips and pamphlets for the use of students and teachers. Some of the materials are to supplement courses of study and many are to appeal to the interests of the students.
The library staff and the student assistants are always willing and eager to assist both teachers and students in every way possible to make all of the library’s resources available to them.
Since the library is open each day from 8:00 o’clock until 4:30 and on Monday and Thursday nights from 6:00 o’clock until 9:00 o’clock, there is opportunity to all students to make use of its offerings.
The Office Staff at Albany High takes care of the many and varied jobs including correspondence, records and bookkeeping. Their work, which involves helping students, faculty and the public, makes them an integral part of the school.
Mrs. Maxine Andrews
Mrs. Betty Bass
ft. - -yh %
' +■ « - THRONATEESKA • 1969 • THRONATEESKA • 1969- THRONATEESKA • 1969 • THRONATEESKAMiss
Rachel Miller, Miss AHS 1969, represented the service club TAW. Rachel, who is a member of the junior class, did a musical-art skit for her talent. She is active in church, school, and community activities. Miss AHS, who is in the upper percent of her class, is also a member of the student council. Congratulations to you, Miss Albany High School 1969!
34Charlotte Owens. Miss Anchor, was the first runner-up in Miss AHS. Charlotte, a member of the senior class, did a gymnastics routine involving much precision and balance. Charlotte is also a member of the Beta Club.
Jan Sauls, Miss ROGB, was the second runner-up in Miss AHS. Jan, a member of the senior class, did a skit of a Possum Crik girl who had come to New York to be a high fashion model. Jan is captain of the cheerleaders, sweetheart of the ROGB, and President of Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y.Carole Gillespie
To be selected Homecoming Queen by Albany High School students, a girl has to be extra special. Not only must she possess physical loveliness to win this coveted title; students also consider beautiful inner qualities when casting their votes.
Students found all of that loveliness and beauty in Carole Gillespie, Miss Homecoming of 1969.
Since entering high school, Carole has contributed much to others . . . friendliness and sincerity . . . leadership and talent. She has made academic achievements, and her accomplishments in extracurricular activities have been many. She has a happiness which radiates joy to all with whom she has contact.
The attendants on the next page were selected from each of the three classes in school to reign with Carole during the Homecoming Week activities.
Thea Browne Sophomore Attendant
Fran Walker Junior Attendant
Mary Wallace Senior Attendant
(L to K.i Breck Long. Carole Gillespie. Tommy Carter. Mary Wallace.
(L to R.) Hill Gillespie. Fran Walker. Charles Avcock. Thea Browne
Randy, one of the most outstanding students at AHS, contributes not only in his capacity as President of the Student Body, but also as an energetic member of various clubs. He has proved himself to be one of the finest boosters of school spirit at Albany High by his contagious enthusiasm not only at the pep rallies, but in everything he does. Randy is always ready and willing to do any task; large or small, because of his conscientiousness; he always strives to do his best in everything. Randy’s pride in his school and his loyalty ever to uphold its name has been a good example for all of us to follow because he has truly represented our school well. Thanks, Randy, for a job well done!
Randy Haire, President of the Student BodyBody Leaders
Zan was greatly honored by being elected Vice President of the Student Body. She is an outstanding student in every respect ... an active participant in school activities ... a booster of school spirit. . . friendly and cheerful to all, teachers and students alike. She is a great aid to Randy in his many duties, and she has fulfilled her duties well as vice president of the student body.
Zan York. Vice-President of the Student Body.
Sitting: Zan York. Vice-President: Randy Haire. President. Standing: Nanna Nunn. Secretary; Ellis Benson. Parliamentarian: Sally Knight. Treasurer.
39The KIWANIS and MeINTOSH awards are the most coveted honors which can be bestowed upon a student at Albany High School. These students who are recognized from the senior class as having exemplified the most outstanding qualities of citizenship and leadership during their years at Albany High School, are selected by secret ballot of the faculty.
Ginny Barrett is the senior girl who is the recipient of the KIWANIS award, and Ellis Benson is the recipient of the MeINTOSH award.
"Honor is purchas'd by the deeds we do:
. . . honor is not won.
Until some honorable deed is done."
ELLIS BENSONA.H.S. Senior Favorites — 1969
(Left to Right): Toby Barfield, Joy Bridger. Blain Lvall. Ginnv Barren. 2nd Row: Earl Cook. Nanna Nunn, Ellis Benson. Celia C ain. 3rd Row : George Small, Marcia Mays. Gary 'Faulk. Sue Jensen. 4th Row: Steve Goldsmith. Keithen Tucker. Hugh Hays, Randy Haire. Sally Knight. Carole Gillespie. Mary Wallace. Carol Dodgen.
414243Carol Dodgen Steve Goldsmith
Sue Jensen Gary Faulk. « THRONATEESKA • 1969 • THRONATEESKA • 1969 • THRONATEESKA • 1969 • THRONATEESKAThronateeska Editors
The Annual Stall, led by its dedicated editors and advisors, presents to you the ’68-'69 Thronateeska. Hours of hard work and planning have gone into the yearbook, in hopes that this edition of the Thronateeska is the best yet.
Marcia McCown Editor
Karen Payne Assistant Editor
Nanna Nunn Club Co-Editor
Sally Knight Faculty Editor
Susan McCall Feature Editor
Mrs. Futch Literary A dvisor
Assistant Literary Advisor
Assistant Business Advisor
Front Row: S. Jenkins, A. Fulmore, F. Walker, L. Tyson, N. Nunn, D. Hall, K. Payne, S. Knight. Back Row: Mrs. Futch, R Dent, D. Dozier. I C lark, C. D en, M. McCown. S. McCall, K. Glass, K. Davis. Z. York, L. Lanier, Miss Hogg.
Front Row : Christine Carter. Denise Calhoun. Pat Davis. Mary Fenn. Patricia Ponder. Rethema Browne, Carolyn Bryant. Second Row : Inez Martin. Mr. How ell. Phyllis Cummings, Pauleen Daunt. Lucy Lichten. Mr. Walton. Rebecca Holland. Debbie Weldon. Dianne Marsh.
Nanna Nunn Secretary
Sally Knight Treasurer
Ellis Benson Parliamentarian
Miss Student Council — Laura Knight
IL to R.) Row I: Geoffrey Cheshire. Kathy Davis. Sue Jensen. Sally Knight. Nanna Nunn. Kitti Moran. Marcia McCown. Laura Gordon. Jimmy Ellison. Row Johnny Bridges. Carole Gillespie. Jo Spurlin. Mary Wallace. Ellis Bensen. Ann Whittle. Linda Rockett. Paige Pritchett. Jimmy Hudgins.
Front Row, L. to R.: Nancy Doss. Zan York. Connie Frazer, Karen Cheek, Vickie Snell. Rachel Miller, Linda Owens. Second Row: Mary Anderson. Laura Knight, Fran Walker. Herbert Bond. Sherri Lane. Jane Roberts. Debbie Hicks.
Front Row, L. to R.: Frances Heidt. Beth Griffin. Sharon Constantino. Cherrie West, Patti Owen. Thea Browne. Second Row: Mike Lceman. Nancy Randall. Ginger Faulkner. Jean Sutton. Celeste Anderson. Betts Law, Chuck Rushing.
The purpose of the Beta Club is to promote ideals of honesty, service, and leadership among school students and also to reward meritorious achievements of the students.
Marcia McCown President
Dinah Holman Vice-President
Toby Barfield I.andra Ben ford Johnny Bridges Gloria Cavazos Geoffrey Cheshire William Conely
Jimmy Hudgins Harriett Jones Jackie Keadle Betty Kerns Sally Knight Paul Mosser
Bill Dorough Editor
Pow Wow Staff
Susan Kirksey Junior Editor
Connie Frazer Feature Editor
Mary Ann Willey Feature Editor
Sue Jensen Assistant Editor
Karen Gargel Club Editor
Susan Owens Club Editor
Jimmy Herschell Circulation Manager
Susan Johnson Art Editor
Jan Whittle Art Editor
TypistCindy Mullcnix Editor
'SS, sense of ii.er.ry awareness in .he siudenis of Al bany High School.
Linda RockettAnchor Club
Julie King Secretary
Kathy Davis Chaplain
Sponsored by the Pilot Club, the Anchor Club is made up of sophomore, junior, and senior girls who are selected for their leadership, citizenship, and scholarship. Meeting regularly with a member of the faculty as an advisor, the Anchor Club seeks to benefit the school and community.
Carol Dodgcn Parliamentarian
Ellis Benson Sweetheart
Miss Taylor Sponsor
Initiation of new members at P. C.
Keithan Tucker Sweetheart
Anchors do volunteer work at the hospital every Sunday afternoon.
Sue Reardon Fran Walker
The Anchor girls participate in the annual Anchor-Civinette softball game.
The Key Club boys belong to an international organization sponsored by Kiwanis International. It is their responsibility each year to participate in school projects for the betterment of their school and community. Their motto is: “We build.'’
Toby Barfield Vice-President
Tommy Lash Icy
Miss Key Club Paige Pritchett
65Ginny Barrett President
Linda Fordham Vice-President
Mrs. Brock — Sponsor
Mrs. Tate — Sponsor
Our fearless leader!!
Marcia McCown Parliamentarian
Earl Cook Sweetheart
Pam Thomas Chaplain
Would do a thing like that?!
Initiation will be . . .
Excedrin headache No. 23.
Peggy Lynn Richardson
67Earl Cook President
The Interact Club is a service club at Albany High. It is sponsored by the Rotary Club and its members are selected according to leadership and scholarship. Their purpose is to provide for good interaction among people in the school, community, state, nation, and world.
Hugh Hays Vice-President
Thomas Doyal Secretary
Tommy McDowell Treasurer
Don Dozier Parliamentarian
Joy Bridger Sweetheart
Carol Reeves Sweetheart
Tommy Heidt Jimmy Hill
68Miss Interact - Mary Wallace
James Cleveland Bill Cox
The Interacts work hard to keep their marquee up to date.
Don Knight Mike Mclnerny Neil Rustin David Wall Paul Duffy Mike Haggerty
69Celia Cain President
Carole Gillespie Secretary
Myra Marlin Vice-President
Dottic Warren Treasurer
Celeste Bateman Parliamentarian
Ken Glass Sweetheart
George Small Sweetheart
Sue JensenMembers help with the children of Sowcga Youth Home.
Carla Sikes Celeste Anderson
Sandy Johnston Susan Owens Mary Anderson
Civinettes give physical therapy to little Grady.
71George Small Billy Burgess
Ken Glass Secretary
Hill Gillespie Treasurer
Herbert Bond Chaplain
Joel Inman Parliamentarian
I am a Civitan: as old as life, as young as the rainbow, as endless as time . . . My hope is for a better world through better men and Civitans . . . My motto: Builders of good citizenship.
Marty Bell Marcia Hays
Miss Civitan — Celia Cain
Coach Henry Sponsor73Jo Ann Reed Reporter
Charlotte Myers Chaplain
Steve Johnston Parliamentarian
Debbie Hendley Miss DEC A
PURPOSE: To develop future leaders in the fields of marketing and distribution.Derrell Henry
Cody Coleman President
The purpose of VICA is symbolized by its emblem: The torch of knowledge.
The orbital circles symbolizing new technology and research,
The gear as the traditional symbol of industry.
And the untrained hands of youth, reaching for the torch of knowledge.
Peggy Watson Secretary
Charlotte Dekle Treasurer 4
Troy Douglas Parliamentarian
Wilbur Lindsey Chaplain
VICA President and Coordinator
Russell Barfield Bill Barrett Ann Campbell Jo Anne Corbitt Phillip Dervan Phil Dugger
Annette Duren Ronald Heard Scott Hemmings Sara Howell Linda Johnson Leon LangleySalli Layson
VICA members studying in class.
Robert Rachals Robert Rhodes Deborah Salter
David Tanner Eddie Watson
77Les Jeunes Reveurs
Susan Kirkscy Secretary- Treasurer
Gary Katter Vice-President
Front Row. Left to Right: Doug Wilson, Kitti Moran, Janifcr Meld rum, Debbie Hicks, Peggy Ware, Louanne Horne. Elizabeth Joiner. Candy Hinson, Sherri Lane. Second Row: Mrs. Rodgers. Jimmy Jones, Gary Katter, Mike Mclnemey, Cindy Mullenix. Susan Kirksey, Becky Wisenbaker, Darek Raper. Jackie Keadle.
78Junior Classical League
Harriett Jones Senior Consul
Susan Jones Junior Consul
Karen Ford Virginia Luther
Patty Parmelee Senior Aedile
Teresa Murphy Junior A edile
Miss Tillman Sponsor
Danny Reed Roland Stetson Keith White Patricia Wilson Miss J.C.L — Teresa Murphy
PURPOSE: To encourage interest in and an appreciation of the civilization, language, literature, and art of ancient Rome and Greece; to understand the debt of our culture to that of Classical antiquity.Los Conquistadores
1st Row: Ann Milligan. Bonnie Spanfelner. Paige Pritchett, Gloria Gore. 2nd Row: Lupie Hernandez, Carol Newsome, Beverly Buntin. Sybil Baxter. Michele Sumner. Kathy Toms. Rhonda Dent. Annlies Sundbcrg. 3rd Row: Susan Baker, Carlos Moulton. Herbie Gill. Ronald Gillespie. Jimmy Hudgins. Sylvia Bullock.
(L to R.) Frank McKemie, Susan Jones, Paul Mullins, Ricky Barlow, David Mullins, Steve LeBlanc, Steve Frank. Phil Faulkner. Dick Ashworth, Barry Bcn-thall.
Mrs. Murdock Sponsor
Janifer Meldrum Vice-President
Miss Snipes Sponsor
Purpose: To advance the standards of excellence in dramatic arts.
Karen Spanfelner Secretary
John Arey Treasurer
Judy ToddStella Kalmon F.T.A
Becky Wassum Vice-President
Linda Baxley Secretary
Cathy Dykes Treasurer
Debbie Murdock President
Mrs. Bass Miss Smith
Future Teachers of America has a program for students who are interested in learning about the teaching profession or in simply serving Albany High School.
Miss FT A — Patty Parmelce
First Row; L. Lanier. K. Dykes. J. Pollock. B. Wassum. G. Faulk. D. Murdock, B. Lyall, L. Baxley, G. Thomas, M. Price, S. Holloman. Second Row; J. LeClair. S. Baker, P. Parmelee, K. Gargcl. B. Weisenbaker, J. Lee. M. Keaton. T. James, E. Raynun. Third Row: G. Gore. M. Sumner, J. Hannah. B. Coppedge. A. Alderman, C. Walter. L. Giddens.
82Library Service Club
Falicia Harper Reporter
The purpose of the Library Service Club is to render service to both teachers and students of Albany High School.
Front Row: Jennie Smith. Wanda Hall, Kathy Lanier, Elaine Mcdders, Peggy Weir, Phyllis Dyer. Gail Rainey, Falicia Harper. Elaine Couch, Sharon Pierce. Second Row: Dale Flannigan. Phyllis Houston, Paula Pollock. Hugh Hays, Eton Tin Hagen. Anne Alderman. Terri James, Darlene Pope. Linda Simmons. Ronnie Kinsaul.
Aldene Weston President
Future Homemakers of America
Debra Davis Secretary
Patti Deese Treasurer
Lara Luman Parliamentarian
Miss Antley Sponsor
Mrs. Foster Sponsor
PURPOSE: To create an interest in Home Economics.
Darlene Beard Crystal Brown Osceola Cain Beverly Cochran Patricia Daniel Charlotte Dekle Peggy Duckworth Debra Dudley
Billie Hairc Denise Hall
Patti Renauc Barbara Richardson Sheila Rusk Vivian Rutledge Renee Sams Jackie Singleton Rosa Smith Billie Strawder
84Future Farmers of America
Garry McGlamery Secretary
Learning to do, Doing to learn. Earning to live. Living to serve.
Mark McCorklc Treasurer
Henry Rutledge Reporter
Lamar Broome Parliamentarian
Tony Medley Sentinel
Janice Ward Sweetheart
L to R.. Front Row D Conley. D. Judv. T. Farmer. E. Tines. J. Swift, C. Taylor. C. Lawless. R. Skates. M. Newell. O. T. McKinsey. G. McGlamery'. Second Row: Mr. Downing M McCorklc, D Tomlinson. L. Broome, R. Wilson. J. Rainey. V. McCorkle. E. Murray. H. Rutledge. M. Smith. T. Hancock. M. Scarborough. Third Row L. Conley R Tompson. T. Medley. J. Jackson. R King. J. Singletary. T. Naziger. B Broome. B. Cobb. B. Calhoun. G. Thurmond
Susan Newell Treasurer
Patricia Wilson Chaplain
Bruce Anderson Sweetheart
Ed Haggarty Sweetheart
Miss Alpha Tri-Hi-Y — Laura Gordon
PURPOSE: To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community, high standards of Christian character.
1st Row (L to R.): C. Smith. G. Reynolds. S. Newell. P. Wilson. F. Harper. B. Anderson, L. Gordon. E. Haggerty, C. Ware, V. Snell. M. Etheridge. L. Sherrill. 2nd Row: M. Whitman. R. Belcher. D. Cook.T. Farmer. B. Barfield. N. Randall. A. Anderson. C. McDowell, B. Weiscnbackcr. L. Perkins, J. McArthur. N. Everson. 3rd Row: F. Thornton, D. Collier, D. Paros. P. Davis, P. Naylor. 4th Row: L. Wills, P. Rentfrow. M. Burros, P. Mills, P. Ware. A. Alderman. M. Salter, N. Peacock, J. Reynolds. L. Beach, S. Constantino, S. Wagner.
Patrice Sikes President
Gail Childree Vice-President
Deb Morec Secretary
Butch Windham Sweetheart
PURPOSE: To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school and community higher standards of Christian character.
(L to R.) Front Row: J. Robertson. B. Clegg. D. Nobles. G. Childree. H. Gurr. P. Sikes. B. Windham. D. Moree. P. Key. K. Forehand. T. James. Second Row: C. Myers. V. Fowler. D. Oakes, J. Mcldrum. L. Percilla. R. Patrick. R. Rushton. S. Johnston. J Reed. P. Parmelee. Third Row: J. Peek. K. Gargel. S. Helms. C. Owens. P. Pritchett. K. Dykes, I. Bamford. Fourth Row: J. Pollock. S. Pierce. S. Galloway. M. Keeton. T. Folger. M. B. Christian. S. Choate. C. Walter, C. Johnson. L. Giddens.
87Calhy Doris President
Randy Hairc Sweetheart
Danny Faulk Sweetheart
Gloria Cavazos Secretary
PURPOSE: To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community, high standards of Christian character.
Miss Beta Tri-Hi-Y - Janice DawsonRita Sherwood
89Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y
Miss Kappa Gamma - Linda Rockett
Peggy Watson Treasurer
Landra Ben ford Chaplain
Lois Edwards Secretary
Mrs. Browne Sponsor
Row I: G. Thomas, L. Edwards. S. Dean, J. Sauls. D. Washburn. L. Rockett, L. Rockett. L. Ben ford Row 2: R Levine. P. Owen. D. Kennedy. A. Weber. B. Tucker. C. Erwin. B. Sludstill. Row 3: S. Middleton. N. Olson. F. Calloway. S. Williams. B. Thacker. M. Phillips. A. Folmer, C. Cook.
90Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y
Keith Dupree Sweetheart
Miss Phi Delta — Kitti Moran
PURPOSE: To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community, high standards of Christian character.
David Hinson Sweetheart
(L. to R.) Front Row: C. Frazer. K. Moran. R. Patrick. B. Sutton. V. Key. D. Everson. E. Joiner. B. Levie. K. DuPree. C. Mullennix. D. Hinson. S. Herndon. K. Cheek. B. Ross. N. Doss, S. Johnson. C. Autry. V. Giles. D. Webb. P. Gerst. Second Row: L. Tyson. B. Hughes, C. Hunkele, S. Jones. J. Sutton. C. Anderson. D. Fountain. J. Roberts. S. Kirksey, S. Lane, T. Murphy. V. Luther. B. Buntin. Third Row: S. Jensen. M. Wallace. L. Lanier. H. Jones. S. Williams. J. Russell. D. Hicks. C. Stewart, C. Newsome. B. Law. B. Coppedgc. C. Martin. Fourth Row: B. Bridges. M. Sumner. J. Hannah. E. Rabun. L. Williams. T. Brown. J. Spurlin. D. Morris, J. Reynolds. G. Faulkner. B. McClure. K. Gargel. L. Giddens.
Gene Stover President
Gary Walker Secretary
Joe Worsley Sgt. at Anns
Deb Morec Sweetheart
Peggy Watson Sweetheart
Any boy of the junior or senior class who is of good moral character may be a member of the Senior Hi-Y. This club, which meets at the Y.M.C.A., strives to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character.
92Miss Senior Hi-Y — Zan York
Robert Three wits
93Allied Medical Careers Club
Left to Right: Chloc Gaines, Linda Kennedy, Wanda Hall. Phyllis Houston, Pat Cannon, Debra Collier.
Art Service Club
Front Row, Left to Right: Michele Sumner. Vangie Key. Betty Ann Hughes. Becky Wassum. Harriett Jones. Second Row: David Curies, Elaine Rabun, John Arey. Bonnie McClure. Miss Merritt.
Judy Todd — President
Lavonne Beach — Libn.
Dayle Holley Secretary- Treasurer
Betty Clegg — Reporter
Brenda Jones — Libn.
(Left to Right): F. Cuff. J. Johnson. S. Jones, G. Williams. H. Collins. D. Holley, S. Blaylock. J. Whatley. J. Smith. J. Todd. S. Tccmcr. K. White. J. Stanford, B. Clegg, O. Cain, S. Folsom. D. McCorklc, N. Redding, B. Jones. L. Beach, J. Meld rum. Mrs. Walker.
James Smith -
Shirlette Teemer — Libn.
Mrs. L. C. Walker - Dir.Mellonettes
Judy Todd Director
Sue Jensen Cathy Autrcy
Cody Coleman Sweetheart
Kenny Fennell Sweetheart
Karen Prisant Pianist
Janifer Mcldrum Annlics Sundberg
Kay Swcarington Michele Topshe
Miss ROGB Jan Sauls
PURPOSE: To provide public entertainment and to increase the spirit and interest in school activities.
Danny Washburn - Pres. Guitar
Steve Dean — Vice Pres. Trombone
Geoffery Cheshire — Treas. Electric Bass
Ray Cate Bari-Sax
Chuck Eady Trumpet
Carl Wilkerson Trumpet
Ben Hambrick Trumpet
Robert Luckey Percussion
Deb Moree Head Majorette
Susan WilliamsDrill Team
(L to R.) Front Row: Sharon Richardson, Captain.Second Row: Vangie Key, Judy Luckcy, Linda Baxley, Pam Stevens. Peggy Lynn Richardson, Karen Oakes. Betty Kearns, Joy Newsome. Third Row: Brenda Youngblood. Myra Willis. Ann Milligan. Pam Randall, Frances Calloway, Linda Rockett, Diane Nobles, Libby Davis.
Block A Club
Front Row. Left to Right: Coach Cook, G. Faulk, S. Goldsmith. B. Bundrick, G. Barrett. D. Holman, S. Bullock. K. Dykes. T. Janes, K. DuPree. H. Hays. D. Hinson. J. Belk, Coach Rowell. Second Row: M. Mclnemev, B. Cox, T. Doyal. E. Owens. B. Windham. D. Faulk. B. Bishop. S. Lawhome. E. Haggerty. S. Crenshaw. Coach Dixon. Third Row: C. Lanier. R. Nelson, B. Lyall. B. Thompson. D. Harris. R Anderson. T. Rainey, P. Cross. J. Fordham. D. Smith. Fourth Row: E. Benson, G. Small, R. Butler, S. Crawford, D. Wall, H. Gurr, D. Dean. C. Olt. S. Hallford, E. Cook. J. White. T. Paschal. C. Jenkins.
99AHS Marching Band
OR GUARD Left to Right: Tony Jones. David Johnson, Henry Rutledge. Johnny Kavenaugh.
Row I: J. Plummer. R. Dent, E. Lewis, S. Blaylock, A. Cooling, D. McKoon. Row 2: M. Dent. M. Nealy, N. Peacock, J. Reynolds. C. Carnegie, D. Spence. J. Crowder. R. Skalla, A. Mims. Row 3: K. Wood. M. Salter. M. Renfroe. S. Williams. G. Faulkner.
100Row I: K. Tarleton, J. Hornsby, N. Buzzard. A. Sundberg, D. Branch. L. Ferrell. Row 2: S. Martin, M. Heard, D. Thomas. B. Bullock. D. Ellis. H. Rutledge, G. Stover. Row 3: F. Cross. R. Johnson. J. Woody, C. Eady. B. Hamrick, J. Kavenaugh. Rodney Rouse.
Row I: W. Carter, C. Rushing, B. Whitley. J. Woody. T. Jones. B. Shipley. Row2: D. Kennedy. D. Taylor. D. Windham. J. Arey. S. Dean. R. Tyson. M. Ellerson. Y. Kelly. Row 3: G Cobb. D. Mullins, J. Worsley.
101Front Row: Phil Faulkner. Dean Bailey. Mark Elliott. Larry Clark. Back Row: Ray Cate. Allen Nebbs. Herbert Band. Stephen Frank, Patty Owen.
Left to Right: Jimmy Lee. Rick Freeman. Marvin Carter. Keith Wortman. Robert Luckey. Eddie Oliver. Allen Wilbourn. Claude Taylor.
THRONATEESKA • 1969 • THRONATEESKA • 1969 • THRONATEESKA • 1969 • THRONATEESKA106
The crowd forgot its assigned cheers and shrieked pure agony as The athlete, his muscles strained to the bursting point,
Fought to overcome his opponent. Himself.Albany High School
(L to R.) First Row: Andy Barfield. Johnny Fordham. David Dean. Kenny Ford. Rayburn Yarborough. Mike Mclnerny. Bill Cox, Stuart Moulder, Don Tate. Second Row: Steve Crenshaw, Hugh Hays. Earl Cook, David Wall, Kenny Fennell, Tommy Rainey, Clarence Lanier, Billy Thompson. Jerry Musgrove. Third Row: Coach Rowell. Jimmy Snell, Jeff Pittman. Johnny White. Danny Faulk. Billy Bishop. Gary Faulk. Hal Gurr. David Harris. Mike Lucas. Coach Henry. Fourth Row: Coach Woodham. Keith Dupree. John Belk. Larry West. Thomas Doyal. Billy Bundrick. Butch Windham. Steve Goldsmith, David Hinson, Don Mansfield. Ed Haggerty. Coach Cook. Fifth Row: Paul Cross. Ronald Nelson, Steve Lawhorne. Robert Butler. Stan Hallford. Stan Crawford, Ellis Benson. Tommy Paschal. Ken Wills, Blain Lyall, John Murphy.
Standing: Coach Henry. Coach Woodham. and Coach Rowell. Seated: Head Coach Harold D. Cook.Varsity Football Team
Albany High School’s 1968 football Indians ran a hill-and-valley course in compiling a 5-5 season mark in a year sprinkled with disappointments but also studded with achievement.
Graduation took some of the top players of the previous year, but left the squad with considerable experience and a nucleus of proven competitors whom Coach Harold Dean Cook and his assistants thought would constitute a representative team in the rough Region 1-AAA.
The coaches were right, although the squad was not capable of competing with the likes of Valdosta, the eventual state champion. Nobody else was able to compete with Valdosta either.
The first test for the young Indians was a rugged one — with the big and strong Robert E. Lee High School Rebels in Thomaston. Lee was one of the stronger Class AAA teams in North Georgia and made the playoffs in its region.
This game was a defensive bruiser, with neither team managing to gain much headway on the attack. The Rebels got a pair of early breaks (Albany, it seemed, played in hard luck for most of the year) and struck for a field goal and a touchdown in the middle of the first half to post a 10-0 lead. The lone Rebel touchdown came after Lee recovered a fumble at the Albany 25 and drove on in.
The Indians kept hammering away at the stubborn Lee defense and finally cashed a touchdown on a short plunge by Danny Faulk with just over two minutes left in the game. It ended with a 10-7 loss for the Indians, but the boys had played a fine game against the muscular Rebels and the coaching staff was well-pleased.
Ready or not, here 1 come.Ed Haggerty - Captain Ken Wills - Captain Best Offensive Back Most Val. Player, Best
Quarterback Dcf'. Back; Safety
Steve Crenshaw pau| Cross
Tackle Best Offensive Lineman
Keith Dupree Danny Faulk
Ellis Benson Billy Bishop Earl Cook
End Slotback Guard
Albany opened its region campaign the following week against Coffee County High School in Douglas, and belted the newcomer to Region 1-AAA by 44-0. although not before a prolonged struggle. Coffee’s Comets, who were to go winless in the league, put up a surprising fight for a half, trailing by just 6-0 at intermission and making one serious threat to score on the Albany defense.
However, the Indians took complete charge in the third period, exploding for 26 points — a record for recent times — in that one quarter. The first Indian touchdown was set up in the first period by a 37-yard dash by Ron Nelson to the Coffee one, from where Johnny White scored.
In the third period White hit Danny Faulk with a 67-yard touchdown pass, the defense blocked two punts and converted them into scores, Nelson had a 63-yard scoring run and Danny Faulk a 67-yard punt return for a TD called back. Leading 32-0 after three periods, the Indians coasted in with deep reserves pounding the Comets for the final two scores.
Gary Faulk Halfback
Kenny Fennell GuardSieve Goldsmith Stan Hallford David Harris
Good Sportsmanship Tackle Center
Following this one, the Indians made their home debut against Monroe High School of Albany and it was a debacle. Albany took the opening kickoff and churned steadily down to the Monroe two, only to lose the ball on a fumble. Worse, the Indians let the Tornadoes out of the hole when they failed to trap the punt in the end zone and the result was a 35-yard scamper by Nathaniel Harpe to give Monroe field position and turn the game around.
Monroe took a 6-0 lead with two minutes left in the half on a 65-yard pass from Richmond Davis to Harpe, and then came Albany’s most crippling break of the season. Danny Faulk took the kickoff after the Monroe touchdown and broke into the clear for what should have been a certain touchdown, but tripped over one of his own blockers and suffered a shoulder separation when going down under a swarm of Monroe tacklers. This mishap removed Albany’s No. 1 player from action throughout most of the season.
Fired up, Monroe went on to win the game 19-14 and go a long way toward ruining the year for Albany.
Hugh Hays David Hinson
Clarence Lanier Blain Lyall
Stuart Moulder Ronald Nelson
Fullback Leading Rusher
Region I-AAA, Fullback
Tommy Paschal Tommy Rainey
IIIRobert Butler Billy Cox Stan Crawford David Dean Thomas Doyal
Tackle Haljback End Tackle Haljback
The next week the Indians entertained Lowndes County and had a hard time overcoming a rash of penalties, fumbles, and other misfortunes before jelling in the last half for a 28-0 victory. The Indians held only a shaky 7-0 margin at intermission, but got the bugs out of their offensive machine to score three times in the final two periods while holding the Lowndes team well away from the local end zone.
After this the Indians journeyed to Valdosta and suffered a crushing 28-0 defeat at the hands of Wright Bazemore’s eventual state champions. Valdosta’s powerhouse was just too much for Albany or anybody else, grinding out four touchdowns in methodical fashion after blitzing the Indians with a 79-yard scoring strike on the game’s first play from scrimmage.
Meanwhile, the giant Valdosta defense put a complete halt on the Indian attack. The Tribe could not go either by land or by air and therefore posed no serious threat. Albany did reach the Valdosta three-yard line with a recovered fumble, but was thrown back and never got remotely close under its own power.
112The Valdosta hangover seemed to linger the following week, when the Indians went to Waycross to play hapless Ware County, one of the region doormats. Albany lost five fumbles and sustained nearly 100 yards in penalties in the game, and actually trailed the Gators 7-6 through the first three quarters.
Ware had scored on a 63-yard drive of which 35 yards came on penalties against the Indians. But a drive bom of desperation and determination carried the Indians 59 yards in nine plays in the fourth quarter to pull out a 13-7 win and pull their record for the year to 3-3
Albany was a slight underdog against Tift County in Albany for the next encounter, but outplayed the erratic Blue Devils and took a 16-0 victory in a contest dominated by the defense on both sides. Neither team could mount any sort of sustained offensive, and all the points were either scored by or as a result of defensive maneuvers.
Steve Crenshaw got the first Albany touchdown when he scooped up a wayward Blue Devil pitchout and darted over the goal with it. Crenshaw also was credited with two points later in the game when he led an Albany charge that dumped a Tift ball-carrier in the end zone for a safety. The other Albany score came on a short pass a.fter the Indians had recovered another Tift fumble at the Blue Devil 14.
At Jesup the next week, the Indians started out in a blaze of glory but wound up in the ashes of defeat. Albany scored in two plays the first time it got the ball — a pass from Ed Haggerty to Bill Bundrick and a run by Nelson — but from there on-the Wayne defense kept the Indians thwarted except for a safety late in the game.
Meanwhile, Wayne fullback Mike Purvis was ripping the Albany defense to pieces, scoring all three of the Wayne touchdowns for a 20-9 victory for the Yellow Jackets. It was the first Jesup win over Albany in the history of football clashes between the schools.
Johnny Fordham Hal Gurr
Guard Best Defensive Lineman
Steve Lawhome Mike Lucas
Don Mansfield Mike Mclnerny Murphy
Guard Fullback Guard
Andy Barfield • Tackle
Kenny Ford Tackle
Larry West Halfback
113This left the Indians at 4-4 for the year and needing victories over arch-rivals Moultrie and Dougherty in the final two games for a winning season. They didn't quite make it, they put forth their finest effort in a vain attempt to break the 10-year Moultrie hex.
Moultrie won by 21-20, but the Indians outgained the heavily favored Packers by more than 100 yards and kept constant pressure on the visitors from start to finish. It was a game the indians should have won, but the outcome was typical of the frustrations suffered repeatedly in the long season. It just wasn’t Albany’s year.
In the finale against Dougherty, the Indians punched out a solid one with a 19-0 victory. Nelson scoring from the three, Haggerty from the one, and Bundrick on a pass from White. Dougherty’s Britt Roberts gave the Alany defense some trouble with his passes, but never could drive
his team to a score.
Two highlights of the season were Nelson’s winning tlu region rushing title and Ken Wills taking the punting championship. After the season Wills’ teammates voted him the team’s most valuable player, an honor most observers thought well-merited, since he kicked Albany out of, and opposing teams into, many a hole during the year and also was a standout defensive player.
And so went the football year 1968.
The enthusiasm of AHS is led by a group of energetic, young girls, who remain true Indians in defeats or victories.
As a result of many hours of practice, the squad, presents precision cheers that boost the spirit of the fans but more important the players’ morale.
Our cheerleaders add the necessary quality to the total world of athletics, good sportsmanship, and fair play.
Jan Sauls Captain
Marcia Hays Co-CaptainJoy Bridger
How’s this for a starting line-up?118
(L. to R.) First Row: James Carswell, James Smith, Jimmy Hill. Ricky BufTy, Mike Jones, Jimmy Lee Jones, Johnny Gardner, Sherman Roberts. Second Row: Steve Graham, Larry Shaw, Frankie Caldwell, Roger Williams. J. C. Corey, Pat Studstill, Richard Celaya, Roger Hynes. Charles Mault, Coach Allen. Third Row: Dan Chatman, Paul Duffy, Pat Friarson, Mike Haggerty. Ricky Carlton. David Ellis. Ronald Johnson. Benny Dykes, Gary Wilson, Coach Dixon.
120Standing From Left to Right: Rusty Russell. Brad McColl, Walter DuBose, Larry West, Roy Anderson, Bruce Anderson, Eric Mance. James Cleveland, George Small, Stan Crawford, Ellis Benson, Don Knight, Chuck Ott, Gary Knight, Pam Marley, Frank McKemie. Chuck Jenkins. Blain Lyall.Ellis Benson
Mark Smith. ... 60
Mark Smith. ... 68
Warner Robins . 65
Ware County. . . 45
Wayne County . 44
Walter Du Bose
Harry PrisantB-Team Basketball
SittingFrom Left toRi ht: John Swift, Sherman Roberts. Mike Haggerty, Randy Holland, James Carswell, Ricky Fletcher. Second Row: Mike Mclnnemy, Gary Lumpkin. Jimmy Justice. Charles Cutliff, Cass Miller. Billy Whitley. Standing: Coach Allen. John Murphy, Kenny Ford, Don Conyer, Steve Hudson, George Ort, Charles Bailey.
124Girl’s Varsity Basketball
Standing From Left to Right: Sylvia Bullock. Dellen Fountain, Dinah Holman, Terry James, Anne Alderman, Diane Benford. Becky Wisenbacker, Diane Bears, Vivian Whitaker. Susan Williams, Ginny Barrett, Jan Reynolds, Kathy Dykes, Barbara Levie, Vicki Giles.
127A.H.S. Track Team
Sitting From Left to Right: Don Tate. Mike Marley. Pat Marley, Ed Hatterty, Mike Haggerty, John Murphy. Gary Wilson, John Belk. Steve Crenshaw. Johnny Fordham. Second Row: Ken Wills, Steve Graham, Danny Faulk, Gary Faulk, David Hinson, Billy Cox, Billy Bundrick, Blain Lyall, Thomas Dcwal, Robert Butler, Hal Gurr. Standing: Coach Henry, Jimmy Snell. Ronald Johnson, Steve Lawhome. Mike Mclnemy, Stan Crawford. Don Mansfield, Paul Cross, Mike Lucas. Kenny Ford. Andy Barfield. Steve Dean.
The track team this year, under the fine leadership of Coach Henry, had a fine season. The vitality, will-power, patience, and “stuff' made it possible for them to win. Since a great number of the boys on the team are juniors and sophomores, we are sure to have a fine team next year.
We owe our team a vote of thanks for bringing to Albany High School even more honors.
Don Tate — Manager
Ronald Johnson, Mike Lucas. Jimmy Snell, Paul Cross.Danny and Gary Faulk
Pat and Mike Marley
Ed and Mike Haggerty
Gary WilsonRobert Butler
Kenny Ford, Andy Barfield, Steve Lawhomc.
David DeanA.H.S. Golf Team
With graduation coming, our golf team this year, will vanish from the annals of Albany High School golfing history, leaving an excellent record for a fine incoming team to carry on.
It lakes more than a stare, Billy!
Gary WallA.H.S. Baseball Team
First Row From Left to Right: James Carswell. Jimmy Hudgins. Jimmy Jordan. Eddie Owens. Ed Haggerty, Eric Roos. Harry Prisant. Second Row: Coach Rowell. Steve Morey. Roy Anderson, Johnny White. James Cleveland, Larry West, Don Knight.
The coming of a new season brought a new group of sports to AHS — the spring sports. Among this group was baseball. Beginning practice in mid-March, the Varsity team started with a collection of new talent and finished with a winning combination of skill, speed, and strength.
Steve MoreyEric Roos
Eddie OwensBoys’ Tennis Team
First Row From Left to Right: Jamie Crawford. Gene Stover. Cass Miller. Second Row: Coach Allen. Frank McKcmie. David Smith. Pat Biddle.
134Girls’ Tennis Team
■ i : • ? . srfl': X.. ■z te i'Tfji
ffa • • J av - $ v. , 0'$0 '■ .. .:
- : '£Bn ■ .
PPOy'« ■". »•
..- - ■ .. v 'fsr-
u_____________________ I l__i________________
'rf .- •' V.mm
THRONATEESKA • 1969
THRONATEESKA • 1969
1969 • THRONATEESKA139Spirit . . .
Binding Indians together in victory . . . and defeat AHS spirit . . . An everlasting flame.
“A Time to Remember”
— The Selection of the Court
— A Spirited Day
— A Memorable Night
142143144. . . Mr. AHS, a new first. . . report cards and chapel programs . . . many events signify another school year.
SOMETHING NEK 9PQWS0ffgpc| BY CMMETTES!
A'MR A.H.S CAST YOUR yon
145“The Impossible Dream" comes true for Rachel, Charlotte and Jan.
Miss Albany High School Rachel Miller
Miss AHS . . . hours of work . . . days of excitement and nervousness . . . the
final moment ... a lasting memory
Highlights of Miss A.H.S.
First Runner-up Charlotte Owens
Second Runner-up Jan Sauls
Miss Congeniality Mary WallaceMiss Jr. Civil an Celia Cain
Miss Chorus Betty Clegg
Miss Interact Mary Wallace
Confusion . . . rehearsals . . . a variety of talent.
Miss Drill Team Miss Anchor
Sharon Richardson Charlotte OwensMiss Civinettes Marty Bell
Miss Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi- Y Linda Rockett
Miss Beta Tri-Hi- Y Janice Dawson
Miss Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y Kitti Moran
149Miss Alpha Tri-Hi-Y Laura Gordon
Miss Key Club Paige Pritchett
Miss FTA Patty Parmelee
Miss DECA Debbie Hendley
Miss Epsilon Tri-Hi- Y Deb Moree
Miss ROGB Jan Sauls
Miss Cheerleader Marcia Hays
Miss TA W Rachel Miller
Miss Student Council Laura Knight
Miss Senior Hi- Y Zan York
Oh no!! — tell me that didn't happen!
151152153Christmas . . .
the spirit of festivity fills the halls . . . a moving white Christmas program . . .
the generosity of AHS . . .
154Students are enthusiastic about the decoration of doors for Christmas
Last-minute touches . . . The judges meditate . . . The winners are announced.
Grand Prize Miss Stembridge
Sophomore Winner Mrs. BrockSpecial Guidance
Special Runner-up Mrs. Rogers
Junior Runner-up Miss Hagaman
Sophomore Runner-up Mrs. Wallace
WALLACE -Qt.Christmas Tournament
157Someone to criticize our faults and praise our merits . . .
Someone we should be able to depend on when we are in trouble . . .
The teacher . . . One who can guide students toward a productive future by helping them face the problems of today — and solve them.
159160161162163Star Student, Teacher
Originated in Georgia in 1958, the Student-Teacher Achievement Recognition — more popularly known as the STAR program — seeks out and recognizes Georgia high school seniors’ superior intelligence and aptitude and also the teachers contributing to their learning.
Winner of Albany High School’s STAR Student Award was Harriet Elizabeth Jones who selected as STAR Teacher Mrs. H. P. Mozingo as the educator contributing most to her scholastic development.
In order to receive the STAR Student Award. Harriet earned the highest score on the College Board Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) from among all the seniors in Dougherty County taking the examination.
165THRONATEESKA • 1969 • THRONATEESKA • 1969 THRONATEESKA • 1969 • THRONATEESKaISenior Class Officers
A a JoSpurlin, Parliamentarian; Ginnv Barrett. Treasurer; Cathy Doris. Secretary; Sue Jensen. Vice-President; Carole Gillespie, President. Second Row: Keith Dupree. Parliamentarian; Hill Gillespie. Treasurer; Steve Goldsmith. Secretary; Hugh Hays. Vice-President; Earl Cook. President.
The last year for the senior class of’69 is soon coming to an end, but all the excitement of the past three years will never be forgotten.
Homecoming, the last Pep Rally . . Spring Formal, Jr. Sr. Picnic, Spring Holidays, Kid’s Day and Class Day have all helped to make it one of the best years of their lives. Graduation brings it to a close but the memories of great times and good friends will live on.
168ANNE ADAMS CYNTHIA ANDREWS
ANNE ALDERMAN JOHN AREY
MARTHA ALEXANDER DIANNE ASHCRAFT
ROY ANDERSON SUSAN BAKER
KEITH BALLEW IVEY BAMFORD CLINTON BANCROFT FRANK BARFIELD
RUSSELL BARFIELD TOBY BARFIELD GINNY BARRETT CELESTE BATEMAN
169JOCK BAUGH KATHY BECK
LINDA BAXLEY JOE BEDSOLE
DEBBY BEAMAN ANDREW BEISEL
DARLENE BEARD LYN BELCHER
MARTY BELL LARRY BENTLEY
WILLIE BELLS LEN BERRY
LANDRA BENFORD BILLY BISHOP
ELLIS BENSON STEPHANIE BLACKBARBARA BLACKLEDGE TERRY BLALOCK
RICKY BRANAM JOY BRIDGER
SHEILA BLAYLOCK JOHNNY BRIDGES
SHELLEY BRADFORD BRINSON BROOME
CRYSTAL BROWN RETHEME BROWN
RANDY BROWN SCOTT BROWN
MARCIA McCOWN. Editor of the Thronaleeska, Beta Club President, DAR Good Citizen.
171KAREN PAYNE, Assistant Editor of the Thronateeska.
JOE BRUTON JIMMY BRYANT
CAROLYN BRYANT MICHAEL BULLINGTON
MARIE BULLOCK MELBA BURRUS
SYLVIA BULLOCK PATSY BUTLER
BILLY BURGESS PATRICIA BYRD
RAY BURROW CATHY CAINCELIA CAIN ANN CAMPBELL
MARVIN CARTER GLORIA CAVAZOS
PRANCES CASEY KEVIN CHAMPION
JEROME CASEY GEOFFF.RY CHESHIRE
PAUL CATO GAIL CHILDREE
OSCEOLA CAIN PAT CANNON
FRANCES CALLOWAY CHRISTINE CARTER
DENISE CALHOUN RAY CARTE'SUSIE CHOATE PETER CLARK
MARY BETH CHRISTIAN KEN CLANTON
BETTY CLEGG RAY CLOWER
JUDY CLARK CHARLES COBB
BEVERLY COCHRAN HENRY COLLINS
CARLA COHEN WILLIAM CONELY
CODY COLEMAN EARL COOK
SCOTT COLLEY LARRY COOKBETH COPPEDGE BILLY COX
PAUL CORBIN CHERYL CRADDOCK
JO ANN CORBITT JAMIE CRAWFORD
DON COUCH MIKE CRENSHAW
ED HAGGERTY, Co-Captain of the football team.
STEVE CRENSHAW FRANKLIN CROSS
175PHYLLIS CUMMINGS RANDY DANIEL
DAVID CURLES BOBBY DANIELS
KEN WILLS. Co-Captain of the football team.
MARK DANIELS KATHY DAVIS
RENA DARNS LEONARD DAVIS
PAULINE DAUNT PATRICIA DAVIS
LIBBY DAVIS STEVE DAVISPEGGY DAVIS CHERRY DEAN
RUSSELL DAVIS STEVE DEAN
STEVE DAVIS JANICE DAWSON
PATTY DEESE CHARLOTTE DEKLE
RHONDA DENT CAROL DODGEN
BILL DILLASHAW CATHY DORIS
NANCY DISMUKE BILL DOROUGH
MARGIE DITTY DON DOZIERCINDY MULLENIX, Editor of the Scribe.
PATRICIA ELDER ROWENA ELLISON
JIM ELLEFSON MARY ETHERIDGE
LINDA DYKES MARK ELLIOT
CHUCK EADY RODRIQUE ELLISON
JOY DRIGGER KEITH DUPREE
ANNETTE DUREN KATHY DYKESCHARLES EVANS JOHNNIE FARR DANNY FAULK GARY FAULK
RANDY FENDER MARY FENN KENNY FENNELL DEBBIE FENTON
SANDI FLANIGAN SHANNON FLANIGAN BOB FOMBY KAREN FORD
KATIE FOREHAND DEBBIE FOWLER VICKIE FOWLER RANDY FRAZIER
HERBERT GILL CAROLE GILLESPIE HILL GILLESPIE RONALD GILLESPIE
KEN GLASS LYNDA GLOVER STEVE GOLDSMITH DONNA GOODROE
LEA FRIEND SANDY GALLOWAY
STEVE FULLER KAREN GARGEL
ANITA FULMORE RUSTY GAY
MARION GAINES LINDA GIDDENSGLORIA GOOLSBY CHARLOTTE GRACE
LAURA GORDON JOYCE GRUBBS
GLORIA GORE FRED GUNTER
JIMMY GORE ED HAGGERTY
CAROLE GILLESPIE. Homecoming Queen, National Merit semi-finalist.
JACKIE HAIRE RANDY HAIRE
JOYCE HAIRE DEBBIE HALL
181DENISE HALL RENEE HALL
STAN HALLFORD FELICIA HARPER
DON HALL WANDA HALL
CHARLOTTE HANCOCK DAVID HARRIS
RUSTY GAY. National Merit semi-finalist.
JESSICA HANNAH ROGER HARRIS
PAT HANS SANDRA HARRISSHARON HARRIS HUGH HAYS
GEORGIE HARRISON MARCIA HAYS
LE ROYAL HART TOMMY HEIDT
AMY HATCHER STARR HELMS
SCOTT HEMMING GARY HENDERSON DEBBIE HENDLEY JIMMY HERSCHELL
DAVID HICKS JOYCE HIGHSMITH JIMMY HILL TERRY HILL
183DAVID HINSON PHYLLIS HOUSTON
REBECCA HOLLAND SARA HOWELL
SHARON HOLLOMAN JIMMY HUDGINS
WANDA HOOKS BETTY ANN HUGHES
BOB HUTCHISON SANDRA JACKSON
JOEL INMAN SAMMY JAMES
JAN SAULS. Captain of the Varsity Cheerleaders.SHARON JENKINS PHYLLIS JOHNSON
WILLIE C JOHNSON SANDY JOHNSTON STEVE JOHNSTON LINDA JOINER
BOBBY JONES BRENDA JONES GLYNNIS JONES HARRIETT JONES
TERRY JAMES SUE JENSEN
CHUCH JENKINS JACKIE JOHNSON
LEE JENKINS LINDA JOHNSONMIKE JONES JIMMY JORDON
JOHNNY KAVANAUGH JACKIE KEADLE
JERRY JUSTICE GARY KATTER
ROGER KEENE MARSHA KEETON
WANDA KELLER BOB KELLEY BETTY KERNS VANGIE KEY
PAT KEY RICHARD KEY RONNIE KINSAUL SALLY KNIGHTKAREN KRASELSKY JERRY LACEY
LINDA LANIER PATSY LANIER
LEON LANGLEY CLARENCE LANIER
PHILLIP LANIER JOHN LARKINS
MARCIA HAYS, Co-Captain of the Varsity Cheerleaders.
TOMMY LASHLEY MIKE LAWSON
CHRIS LAWLESS BETSY LAYSON
187SALLY LAYSON EVELYN LEE
STEVE LEBLANC GINGER LEE
JENNIFER LcCLAIR JOSIE LEFFEW
JACKIE LEE LUCY LICHTEN
WILBUR LINDSEY BLAIN LYALL
GARY LONG JAN MACKEY
JUDY LUCKEY LINDA MAHAN
RONNY LUMAN JODI MALONEBILL DOROUGH, Co-Editor of the Pow Wow.
PAUL MALONE MIKE MARLEY
PAT MARLEY DIANNE MARSH
HARRIET MARSHALL INEZ MARTIN MYRA MARTIN STUART MARTIN
RUTH MASON LAVERNE MATHIS KIRBY MAXWELL ROBERT McCALL
189SUSAN McCALL MIKE McCOMB
BONNIE McCLURE VICKIE McCORKLE
SUE JENSEN, Co-Editor of the Pow Wow.
MARCIA McCOWN sonny McDonald
RONNIE McCOY VELMA McKNIGHT
KENNETH McCRARY ELAINE MEDDERSJANIFER MELDRUM TOMMY MILLER
GAIL MERCER ANN MILLIGAN
DEBBIE MILLER PEGGY MILLS
MIKE MILLER CHARLIE MOCK
JACKIE MOCK KITTY MORAN
JUANITA MOORE PAUL MOSSER
RAY MOCK DEB MOREE
BOBBY MOCK WAYNE MOREYSTUART MOULDER PAUL MULLINS
CARLOS MOULTON DEBBY MURDOCK
SHARON MOULTRIE EDDIE MURRAY
CINDY MULLENIX CHARLOTTE MYERS
RONALD NELSON SUSAN NEWELL CAROLYN BRYANT, Business editor of the Thronateeska.
CAROL NEWSOME DIANNE NOBLES
192NANNA NUNN DEBBIE OAKES KAREN OAKES NANCY OLSEN
CHUCK OTT ROBIN OVERBY CHARLOTTE OWENS EDDIE OWENS
SUSAN OWENS PAT PAGELOW PATTY PARMELEE TOMMY PASCAL
HARVEY PATE RAMONA PATRICK KAREN PAYNE NANCY PEED
SHEILA PHELPS PATRICIA PONDER
SHARON PIERCE DARLENE POPE
JEFF PITTMAN MARY PRICE
JAMIE POLLOCK STEPHEN PR IS ANT
JOANNE REED PAT RENTFROW
CAROL REEVES GLENDA PRITCHARD
RICKY REEVES PAIGE PRITCHETT
DEREK RAPER LINDA RENFROE
JERRY PROTHRO DIANNE PRUETT JAKIE QUARTERMAN ELOISE RABUN
ROBERT RACHALS TOMMY RAINEY ALLEN RAMSEY PAM RANDALL
195GAIL REYNOLDS DICK RICE
SHARON RICHARDSON DON ROBERTS
STEVE RICE NEIL ROBINSON
BARBARA RICHARDSON LINDA ROCKETT
ERIC ROOS VIVIAN RUTLEDGE
JERRY ROSS STEVE SADLER
REE RUSHTON DEBRA SALTER
ELOISE RUSK JAN SAULSRITA SHERWOOD ANN SLAUGHTER
PATRICE SIKES GEORGE SMALL
THOMAS SEARLES JACKIE SINGLETON
JOHNNY SAXON BARBARA SINGLETONCREW SMITH JENNY SMITH
BONNIE SPANFELNER JANE STANFORD
JO SPURLIN FREDERICK STAFFORD
DONNA STEWARD GENE STOVER
DAVID SMITH ROSA SMITH
BECKY SPIVEY ROLAND STETSON
GEORGE SMALL. Co-Captain of the Boy’s Varsity Basketball.BILLIE STRAWDER ANN LIES SUNDBERG
DON STICKLAND DAVID TANNER
EILENE SULLIVAN BARRY TAYLOR
MICHELE SUMNER CLAUDE TAYLOR
ELAINE TAYLOR GEORGIA THOMAS
SHIRLETTE TEEMER PAM THOMAS
DON TEN HAGAN BILLY THOMPSON
BRENDA THACKER RENEE THOMPSONLINDA THORNTON JUDY TODD
ROBERT THREEWITS CATHY TOMS
TERRY JAMES, Co-Captain of Girl’s Varsity Basketball.
SYLVIA TRENT PRESTON TUCKER
MARSHALL TUCK FRANK WALKER
BARBARA TUCKER GARY WALL
KEITHAN TUCKER MARY WALLACEROB WALLER BECKY WASSUM
CLAIRE WALTER PEGGY WATSON
DOTTIE WARREN EDGAR WEBB
DANNY WASHBURN DEBBIE WELDON
CINDY WELLBURN JANE WHATLEY
JAMES WEST JOHNNY WHITE
MARVIN WEST KEITH WHITE
JUANETTA WHATLEY DON WHITMAN
201ANN WHITTLE GARY WIGGINS
JAN WHITTLE MARY ANN WILLEY
SYLVIA BULLOCK. Co-Captain of Girl’s Varsity Basketball.
GLORIA WILLIAMS ANN WILSON
SUSAN WILLIAMS DOUG WILSON
MYRA WILLIS BUTCH WINDHAM
KEN WILLS RONNIE WISHAMMARY JANE WOJCIK SUSAN WOLFE
STEVE WOOLARD MARY ET.HEL WOOTEN
MIKE WOOD JOE WORSLEY
JOAN WOODALL KEITH WORTMAN
VERONICE WRIGHT DIANE YARBOROUGH BRENDA YOUNGBLOOD
MIKE ZOLOMY STEVE MOREY
203Junior Class Officers
First Row: Chloc Gaines, Secretary; Debbie Hicks. Parliamentarian; Fran Walker. Treasurer; Mar) Anderson. Vice-President; Jujie King. President. Second Row: Robbie Randall. Secretary; Rayburn Yarborough, Parliamentarian; Hal Gurr. Vice-President; David Wall. President.
A year of hard work and fun has come to an end for the juniors, class of'70. The “jolly juniors” are the working class of the school, busy selling candy for the Jr. Sr. Picnic. Yet they have a carefree time, free from the confusion of their sophomore year yet without the responsibilities of seniors.
Although they have enjoyed their first two years of high school we know they are looking forward to being seniors.
204ED AKINS BRENDA AKRIDGE BETTY ANDERSON BRUCE ANDERSON
MARY ANDERSON DELOTHIA ANTHONY DICK ASHWORTH ALBERT AUSTIN
CATHY AUTRY KAREN AUTRY BILL BARRETT JUDY BAGGETT
LORETTA BAILEY BONNIE BARFIELD JOSIE BATTLE SYBIL BAXTER
GLORIA BEECHER ROBBIE BELCHER BARRY BENTHALL JODY BENTLEY
WILLIAM BERRY NEAL BLAND HERBERT BOND MARILYN BOWEN
205BOBBY BOWLING PEGGY BOYER ROY BROWN MELBA BRUCE
MILTON BULLINGTON BILLY BUNDRICK BEVERLY BUNTIN DIANE BURT
JUDY BUTLER ROBERT BUTLER WILLIAM BYRD CARLA CANTWELL
JERRY CARLISLE SHIRLEY CARNEGIE CREIG CARTER MARIE CARTER
WAYNE CARTER RAY CATE BRENDA CAULEY ANN CHANDLER
KAREN CHEEK GAIL CLANTON DEBBIE CLARK MILLIE CLARK
206TERRI CLARK CLAUDIA CLASON JAMES CLEVELAND DEBRA COLLIER
STANLEY COLLINS JOHN CONEY CAROL COOK DELORISE COOK
ELAINE COUCH BRUCE COVINGTON BILL COX LULA COXWELL
STAN CRAWFORD LINDA CREAGER JANICE CROSS JACKIE CROWDER
FRANCES CUFF BETTY DANIELS FAT DANIELS BONNIE DAVIS
DEBORAH DAVIS RONNIE DAVIS DAVID DEAN WILLIAM DENSON
207MARVA DENT NANCY DOSS TROY DOUGLAS THOMAS DOYAL
DONNIE DRAPER WALTER DUBOSE PEGGY DUCKWORTH DEBORAH DUDLEY
TRUDY DUKE GEORGE DUREN LOIS EDWARDS STEPHEN ELLIOT
CONNIE ERWIN JUDY EUBANKS DONNA EVERSON TERESA FARMER
PHIL FAULKNER JEANETTE FENN LEE FERRELL CONNIE FINDLEY
HENRY FOLDS DICK FOLGER TERESA FOLGER ANNE FOLMAR
208JOHNNY FORDHAM LINDA FORDHAM DELLEN FOUNTAIN NONA FOX
STEVE FRANK CONNIE FRAZER ALBERT FREEMAN BEN FREEMAN
RICK FREEMAN PAT FRIERSON CHLOE GAINES BILLY GASKINS
VICKIE GILES MARTHA GLADNEY BILLY GRIFFEN HAL GURR
BILLIE HAIRE STAN HAIRE SHARON HALL WILLIE HALL
BEN HAMRICK JOHN HANINGTON MERVIN HARDEE GERALD HARDY
209DEL1AH HARRIS PAT HARRIS JIM HENDERSON DERRELL HENRY
SUSAN HERMAN DEBBIE HICKS RICHARD HICKS CANDY HINSON
PEGGY HOLCOMBE DONNA HOLLAND EDWARD HOLLEY PHYLLIS HOLLIS
DINAH HOLMAN LOUANN HORNE JAMES HORNSBY BONNIE HOUSTAN
BUTCH HOWE DEBBIE HUFF JANICE HUGHES CATHY HUNKELE
ARTHUR JACKSON ALLEN JLRNIGAN CAROLYN JOHNSON CYLES JOHNSON
210GLORIA JOHNSON SUSAN JOHNSON MYRA JOHNSTON ELIZABETH JOINER
JIMMY JONES SUSAN JONES TONY JONES ROBERT KARN
CHRISTINE KATSEKIS DEBBIE KENNEDY LINDA KENNEDY DON KIMSEY
JULIE KING ROGER KING SUSAN KIRKSEY DON KNIGHT
GARY KNIGHT LAURA KNIGHT SUSAN KNIGHTON SHERRI LANE
RAY LANIER STEVE LAWHORNE FRED LEDBETTER JIMMY LEE
211BARBARA LEVIE DARRELL LIGHTFOOT JUDY LINDSEY BOBBY LIVINGSTON
JACQUELYN LOVE LISA LOVING MIKE LUCAS LORA HUMAN
GARY LUMPKIN VIRGINIA LUTHER JUDY MALONE GARY MALONE
ERIC MANCE DON MANSFIELD REMA MAPLES CATHY MARTIN
LENORA MARTIN WANDA MARTIN CATHY MASSEY CHARLES MAULTSBY
ALICIA MAXEY JUDY McARTHUR DALE McBRIDE BRAD McCOLL
212MARTHA McCOLLUM DAVID McCORKLE DEBBIE McCORKLE BILL McINERNV
MIKE McINERNY FRANK McKEMIE WINFRED McKINNIE WILLIAM McMANUS
DON MERRITT RAY MIDDLETON CASS MILLER FAYE MILLER
PATTY MILLER RACHEL MILLER WAYNE MINOR HIRAM MOCK
CAROL MORGAN JIMMY MORGAN JOHN MURPHY TERESA MURPHY
JERRY MUSGROVE PATRICIA NAYLOR GENE NORRIS JOHN O BRIEN
213EDDIE OLIVER NANCY. OWEN LINDA OWENS BRENDA PALMER
JO ANNE PEEK JAMES PELHAM LOU ANNE PERKINS FERRELL PHELPS
JOE POLLOCK EDWINA POOLE JAN POOLE ED POPE
BONITA POTEAT JAMES POWELL WARREN POWELL KAREN PRISANT
JIMMY RAINEY ROBBIE RANDALL SUE REARDON BARBARA REDDING
DANNY REED MIKE RENFROE BUDDY RICH FRANCES RICHARDSON
214SHIRLEY RICHARDSON PHYLLIS RILES JANE ROBERTS JILL ROBERTSON
AL ROGERS JOHN RORER BETSY ROSS RODNEY ROUSE
RUSTY RUSSELL JANET RUSSELL NEIL RUSTIN TONY SANDERS
MIKE SAVELLE JACK SAWYER BILLY SHIPLEY MARY SHIVER
RANDY SHOULDERS CARLA SIKES BRENDA SIMS GARY SIMMONS
RANDY SKALLA PATSY SLAUGHTER ANN SMITH BARBARA SMITH
215JAMES SMITH PHIL SMITH JIMMY SNELL VICKY SNELL
LORD SNELLING MICKEY SPILLERS VANESSA STEELE CONNIE STEWART
BOBBI STODSTILL ROGER SUMMERLIN PAT SUTTON KAY SWEARINGEN
KENNETH TARLETON DWAYNE TAYLOR RICHARD TISON DENNIS TOMLINSON
LINDA TYSON CAROL VANLANDINGHAM CONNIE VANLANDINGHAM BEVERLY WALDEN
FRAN WALKER DAVID WALL CAROL WARE PEGGY WARE
216KAREiN WAYNER CHARLOTTE WEST ALDENE WESTON JEFF WHITE
LESLIE WILDER CARL WILKERSON MAYO WILLIAMS PHILLIP WILLIAMS
SUSAN WILLIAMS LANDRA WILLS TRICIA WILSON BECKY WISENBAKER
CATHY WOOD JOE WOODY GLENN WORLEY RAYBURN YARBOROUGH
ZAN YORK CHARLES BAILEY
217Sophomore Class Officers
First Row: Jean Sutton. President: Peggy Payne. Secretary: Darlene Driskell. Vice-President: Vivian Whitaker. Treasurer: Carrie Wynn, Parliamentarian. Second Row: Paul Duffy, President; Jimmy Justice, Secretary; Mike Ellerson, Vice-President; Gary Mann. Treasurer: Bill Pawly, Parliamentarian.
With their first year at A.H.S. behind them, the sophomore class will move up in prestige. They will never forget, however, the importance of their first day, the excitement of pep rallies, the crowning of the homecoming queen and other “firsts” they have witnessed as sophomores.
They have joined A.H.S. and become a part of it. The upperclassmen have become fond of the sophomores because they are a capable and hard working group. They show the spirit and determination that sets the pace in our school. Congratulations to the 1969 “Silly sophomores!”
218PATTI ALBERT CATHY ALFORD ANN ANDERSON CELESTE ANDERSON PEGGY ANDERSON DEAN BAILEY
TOMMY BAILEY GERALDINE BARBER ANDY BARFIELD JAMES BARKER RICKY BARTO GLORIA BASS
DIANE BEARSS DIANE BENFORD DAVID BRANCH SAM BRANTLEY EVA BREEDLOVE BONNIE BRIDGES
DENNY BRIDGES DIANE BRIDGES JOSEPH BRIDGES SHARON BRIGHT BARBARA BROCK KAY BROOKS
BARBARA BROOKSHIER LAMAR BROOME MILDRED BROWN THEA BROWNE LYNN BRUNER DONNA BRYANT
RICKY BUFFI BILL BULLOCK LARRY BURKE VALERIE BUSH NEIL BUZZARD FRANKIE CALDWELL
RICKY CARLTON CAROLYN CARNEGIE JAMES CARSWELL JANICE CARTER STEVE CASE EMILY CAVAZOS
RICHARD CELEYA CHARLES CHAPMAN DON CHATMAN JACKIE CHESIRE BILLY COOK RAY COOK
219JOY COOKE SHARON COSTANTINO DON COYNER THURSTON CRAWFORD CHRISTINE CROSS CHARLES CUTLIFF
JOHNNY DANIELS DANNY DAVIS PAM DAVIS REX DENTON SID DE LA ROSA ANITA DERISO
DARLENE DRISKELL MIKE DRISKELL THERESA DUFFY PHYLLIS DYER BENNIE DYKES RAYMOND EDWARDS
MIKE ELLERSON DAVID ELLIS CONNIE ETHEREDGE TIM FARMER GINGER FAULKNER ALLIF. FELLOWS
SHARBER FIVEASH DEL FLANNIGAN RICKY FLETCHER SUSAN FOLSOM KENNY FORD TERESA FOSHA
TIM FOWLER DIANE FULLER JOHNNY GARDNER PATTY GERST DAN GILL
MAUDINE GLAUSIER RODNEY GLOVER JEAN GOODMAN TOMMY GREEN MIKE GREENE CATHY GRIFFIN
BETH GRIFFIN WAYNE GRIZZARD MIKE HAGGERTY ROY HALL MIKE HAMLETT DELILAH HARRIS
220PAMELA HART BARBARA HAYES MARK HEARD FRANCES HEIDT LUPIE HERNANDEZ RICKY HERSEY
JOSEPH HICKS ELTON HILL RANDY HOLLAND DAYLE HOLLEY STEPHEN HOLLOWAY SHEILA HOLT
DORIS HOOVER BRENDA HOUSTON RICKY HUDSON STEVE HUDSON BEVERLY HUNT OLIVER HUNTER
JAMES JACKSON LARRY JAMES TERRI JAMES TOMMY JARRETT JERRY JETER BARBARA JOHNSON
RONALD JOHNSON MIKE JONES SHIRLEY JONES JIMMY JUSTICE YVONNE KELLY LANEVA KIERCE
TONY KIERCE GWEN KING ROBERT KNIGHTON CATHY LANIER BETTS LAW KAREN LAWRENCE
MONTE LEE MIKE LEHMAN RONA LEVINE DAVID LEWIS EVELYN LEWIS FRIEDA LINDSEY
SLATER LITTLE YOLANDA LOGAN JERRY LOKEY ARTHUR LUMPKIN CHRISTY MANN GARY MANN
221PATRICIA MARSHALL EDWIN MARTIN KATHY MARTIN MIRIAM MARTIN CAROLYN McBURNETT MACK McCLUNG
DONNA McCORKLE MARK McCORKLE carol McDowell HOWARD McGEE DEBBIE McKOON DANA McMURTREY
TONY MEDLEY KAY MIDDLETON SANDRA MIDDLETON FLORINE MILLER AUDREY MIMS VERDELL MINGO
JEAN MITCHELL DEBBIE MORRIS DAVID MULLINS TIM NAFZIGER GEORGE NAYLOR MARILYN NEALY
ALAN NELMS ROSA NELSON MELVIN NEWELL DEL NEWHOUSE JOY NEWSOME JEANNIE OLESKEWICZ
TERRY OLIVER PHYLLIS O’NEAL GEORGE ORT PAT OSBURN WALTER OVERBY PATTY OWEN
JOAN PARKER DEBRA PAROS HARRY PATE BILL PAWLEY PEGGY PAYNE LORA PEACOCK
WANDA PERRY FAYE PHELPS MARCIA PHILLIPS SHEILA PHILLIPS ANNE PINSON ALTIMEASE PITTMAN
222JAN PLUMMER ROSEMARY PLUMMER BARBARA POLLOCK PAULA POLLOCK KATHY PRESCOTT RONNIE PRESCOTT
HARRY PRISANT DON PYE BOBBY RAGAN NANCY RANDALL MARK RAPER NANCY REED
PATTIE RENAUE BUSTER RENFROE SUSAN REVELL DIANE REYNOLDS JAN REYNOLDS JUNE REYNOLDS
JACKIE RICHARDSON PEGGY RICHARDSON SHERMAN ROBERTS BRUCE ROBERTSON SUSAN ROBINSON PAULA RODGERS
GLENN ROGERS GLENDON ROGERS SUSAN ROWLAND ANGIE RUDDERMAN CHUCK RUSHING SHEILA RUSK
MARIE SALTER CURTIS SANDERS DANNY SELAMN CAROL SEWELL GAIL SHEPARD LAWANA SHERRILL
SUSAN SHIVER HOYT SHORT BECKY SIMMONS RONNIE SKATES JIM SMITH HELEN SNEAD
KAREN SPANFELNER FRANK SPARGO DWANNA SPENCE JANE SPENCE DEBBIE SPRING PAM STEPHENS
223PAT STEPHENS SAMMY STEPHENS SHERRI STRICKLAND PAUL STUDSTILL BETTY SUTTON JEAN SUTTON
MALENDA SUTTON GEORGETTE SWAIN LINDA SWAN JOHN SWIFT LINDA TABB DONALD TATE
JIMMY TAYLOR LINDA TALYOR CASEY TAYLOR VIRGINIA TAYLOR DANNY THOMAS CHARLES THORTON
FRANCES THORTON MICHELLE TOPSHE PATRICIA TURNER KAREN VAUGHN SHERRY WAYNER DEBORAH WEBB
GEORGE WEBB ANNE WEBER JERRY WEEKS CHERRI WEST JO WEST LARRY WEST
BRENDS WESTBROOK VIVIAN WHITAKER RANDY WHITFIELD BILLY WHITLEY MARILYN WHITMAN ALLEN WILBOURNE
DEBRA WILLIAMS GWENDOLYN WILLIAMS LATASKA WILLIAMS RALPH WILLIAMS SUSAN WILLIAMS GLENDA WILLIS
RONNIE WILLIS ROBERT WILLOUGHBY GARY WILSON DON WINDHAM CARRIE WYNN
Suddenly it’s over. This time we shared together in observing, exploring, arguing, and learning is now gone forever. However, as we look back we see a year full of memories. We hear the joyous laughter, the thundering cheers, and the murmuring voices of classmates. We feel again the excitement of Homecoming—and the weight of a senior ring — and that load of books that we always carried. Ringing in our ears is CA + Hj — SCX,, “tempus fugit,” “Friends, Romans, Countrymen,” “the radius of a circle is one-half the diameter,” and Albany 79 — Monroe 67!!
All has not been success. Many different problems were confronted, and nearly every conceivable emotion was experienced. Each of us made our year as successful and satisfying as we endeavored to make it, and if we failed without really trying, we have no one to blame but ourselves.
However, there will always be instilled within each of us a pride for AHS. We can never forget the spirit of true Indians. It is my hope that this yearbook, the 1969 Thronateeska, will enable you to recapture and to relive the many wonderful, spirit-filled times that you experienced at Albany High School.
fAOJve CO f QCxyujro
226This is not the end. is not even the beginnin of the end. It is rather e end of the beginning.Senior
ADAMS. REBECCA ANNE - Beta Tri-Hi-Y ALDERMAN. ANNE — Basketball. FTA. Library Service. Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y ALEXANDER. MARTHA ANN - Epsilon. Beta Tri-Hi-Y
ANDERSON. ROY - Basketball. Baseball. Track AREY. JOHN — Arts Service Club, Key Club. Thespians ASHCRAFT. PATRICIA DIANNE - DECA BAKER, SUSAN — FTA. Spanish Club. Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y BALLEW. MICHAEL KEITH
BAMFORD. IVY - Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y.
FFA Sweetheart BANCROFT. CLINTON - Student Council BARFIELD. ALBERT FRANKLIN BARFIELD. RUSSELL LAMAR - DCT BARFIELD. TOBY — Key Club, Vice-President of Student Council, Beta Club BARRETT. MARY VIRGINIA - TAW President, Student Council, Basketball, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y BATEMAN, CELESTE - Civinettes, POW WOW BAUGH. JOHN - Interact BAXLEY, LINDA - FTA, Drill Team BEAMAN, DEBORAH JEAN - DECA BEAMAN, BURTON CHARLES BEARD. WANDA DARLENE - FHA BEDSOLE, JOE BEISEL. ANDREW BELCHER. LYNWOOD GEORGE BELL, MARTY - Civinetes. Annual Staff. POW WOW, Civitan Sweetheart BELLS. WILLIE JAMES - Speech Club. VICA. Band BENFORD. LANDRA — Beta Club, Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y. Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y BENSON. ELLIS — Key Club President, Student Council, Football, Basketball BENTLEY. CHARLES LAWRENCE ANDREWS. CYNTHIA ANN - Art Club, Thespians BECK, KATHY JOSEPHINE BERRY. WILLIAM - Spanish Club, DECA BISHOP. BILLY - Football BLACK, STEPHANIE BLACKLEDGE. BARBARA BLALOCK, TERRY WAYNE
BLAYLOCK, SHEILA - Band. Platonians. Glee Club BRADFORD. SHELLY - Drill Team BRIDGES. JOHNNY RAY - Beta Club. Student Council
BRANAM. FREDRICK THEO - Zeta Tau Hi-Y BRIDGER. JOY - TAW, Cheerleader BROOME, THOMAS - FFA BROWN, CRYSTAL - FHA BROWN. RETHEMA - Annual Staff BROWN. SCOTT - Key Club BRUTON. JOE - Civitan BRYANT, CAROLYN - Annual Staff BRYANT. JAMES
BULLINGTON, WILLIAM MICHAEL - Senior Hi-Y, Zeta Tau Hi-Y BULLOCK. MARIE
BULLOCK, SYLVIA - Tennis, Basketball, Block A.
Spanish Club, Beta Tri-Hi-Y BURGESS, BILLY - Civitans, Golf Team BURROW. RAY - DECA
BURRUS, MELBA - DECA. Band. Beta Tri-Hi-Y 228
BUTLER. PATSY ANN BYRD. PATRICIA CAIN, CATHY — Civinettes CAIN, CELIA — Civinette President CAIN, OSCEOLA - Glee Club, FHA CALHOUN. MARTA DENISE - Annual Staff CALLOWAY. FRANCES - Drill Team. Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y CAMPBELL, LILLIE ANN - DCT CANNON. PATRICIA - Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Allied Medical Careers Club CARTE. RAY
CARTER. CHRISTINE - Annual Staff CARTER. DONALD - Band CASEY, FRANCES CASEY. JEROME CATO. PAUL THOMAS
CAVAZOS, GLORIA - Beta Club, Beta Tri-Hi-Y. Student Council CHAMPION. KEVIN
CHESHIRE, GEOFFERY - Beta Club, ROGB. President Junior Class CHILDREE, GAIL - DE, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y CHOATE. SUE - Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y CHRISTIAN. MARY BETH - Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y CLANTON, KEN CLARK, JUDY - FHA
CLARK, PETER — Annual Staff, Zeta Tau. Platonians CLEGG. BETTY - Mellonettes. Glee Club. POW WOW, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y CLOWER. RAY
COBB. CHARLES - Band. Thespians, POW WOW COCHRAN, BEVERLY - FHA COHEN, CARLA - Beta Tri-Hi-Y COLEMAN, FREDERICK CODY - VICA, Interact COLLEY, SCOTT
COLLINS, HENRY - Mixed Chorus CONELY. WILLIAM - Beta Club, Science Club COOK. LARRY CHARLES
COOK. EARL — Football, Interact President, Student Council
COPPEDGE. BETH - FTA. Phi Delta. Beta Club CORBIN. PAUL - VICA. Annual Staff CORBITT, JOANNE - VICA. Beta Tri-Hi-Y COUCH, DON COX, WILLIAM CRADDOCK, CHERYL CRAWFORD, JAMES - Senior Hi-Y CRENSHAW, MICHAEL EARL CRENSHAW, STEVE - Football. Track CROCKETT, LARRY - Senior Hi-Y, Band CROSS, FRANKLIN — Band, Thespians CROSS, PAUL - Football, Track CUMMINGS, PHYLLIS - Annual Staff CURLES, DAVIS - Band DANIEL. RANDY
DANIELS, JESSE MARCUS - Band, ROGB DANIELS, ROBERT JAMES DARNS, RENA — Thespians DAUNT, PAULEEN
DAVIS, KATHY — Student Council, Anchor Club
DAVIS, PATRICIA — Annual Staff
DAVIS, PEGGIE SUE
DAVIS, RUSSELL - Zeta Tau Hi-YDAVIS, STEVE - Football DAWSON, JANICE - Beta Tri-Hi-Y DEAN. CHERRY - Beta Tri-Hi-Y DEAN. PAUL STEPHEN - Band. Traek. ROGB DEESE. PATSY - FHA DEKLE, CHARLOTTE - FHA. VICA DENT, RHONDA — Annual Staff. Beta Club. Seience Club. Band, Spanish Club DILLASHAW. WILLIAM - Senior Hi-Y DITTY. MARGIE — Beta Tri-Hi-Y. Library Service DODGEN, CAROL — Anchor Club, Student Council, Cheerleader, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y DORIS, CATHRYN - Beta Tri-Hi-Y President DOROUGH. BILL - POW WOW Editor DOZIER, DON — Interact, Annual Staff DRIGGERS. LINDA JOYCE - Beta Tri-Hi-Y. FHA DUGGER. PHILLIP STANLEY - DCT DuPREE, KEITH - Key Club, Football DYKES, LINDA DIANE DYKES, KATHY — Basketball, FTA, Epsilon EADY, CHARLES - ROGB. Band ELDER. PATRICIA
ELLEFSON, JAMES LEWIS — Student Council, Zeta Tau Hi-Y, Spanish Club ELLIOTT, JAMES MARK - ROGB ELLISON, RODRIQUE ELLISON ROWENA - Chorus ETHERIDGE, MARY ELIZABETH - Alpha Tri-Hi-Y EVANS, CHARLES EDWARD - DCT FARR. JOHNNIE
FAULK, GARY — Football, Track Basketball FENDER. RANDY GLENN - JCL FENN. MARY LOUISE
FENNELL. KENNETH - Football. Track. Block A FENTON. DEBBIE - Beta Tri-Hi-Y FLANIGAN. SANDRA - VICA. Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y FLANIGAN, SHANNON — Library Service, Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y FOLLIS. JERRY EDWARD FOMBY, ROBERT - Civitans
FORD. KAREN — JCL, Student Council, Library Service Club, Mellonettes FOREHAND. KATIE - Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y. Beta Tri-Hi-Y
FOWLER. DEBORAH - Beta Tri-Hi-Y FOWLER. VICTORIA - DECA. Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y FRASIER. CLIFTON RANDOLPH FRIEND. LEILA - FHA. DECA FULLER. STEPHEN - Zeta Tau Hi-Y FULMORE, ANITA — Annual Staff GAINES. MARION - FHA GALLOWAY. SANDRA KAY - Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y GARGEL. KAREN ELIZABETH - POW WOW, FTA.
Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y GAY, JAMES RUSSELL — Governor’s Honors GIDDENS. LINDA DIANE - FTA. Beta Tri-Hi-Y GILBERT. MARY GILL, HERBERT - Spanish Club GILL. RICHARD MARCUS
GILLESPIE, CAROL — Student Council, Civinettes, Beta Club, President Senior Girls GILLESPIE. HILL - Civitan. Golf Team. POW WOW, Treasurer Senior Boys GILLESPIE, RONALD KEITH - Science Club, Spanish Club, Thespians
GLASS, HAROLD KEN - Civitan GLOVER. LYNDA FAYE - FHA GOLDSMITH, STEPHEN - Football. Key Club. Student Council
GOODROE. DONNA FAYE - DE. Beta Tri-Hi-Y GOOLSBY. GLORIA - VICA
GORDON, LAURA — Student Council. Mellonettes, President Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Spanish Club GORE, GLORIA — Spanish Club. Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y GORE, JAMES BYRON GRACE, CHARLOTTE - Beta Tri-Hi-Y GRUBBS, JOYCE MILDRED - Beta Tri-Hi-Y GUNTER. FRED ALAN
HAGGERTY, EDMUND — Football, Track, Block A, JCL
HAIRE. JOYCE - Band. Majorette HAIRE. RANDY Student Council, Beta Club, Zeta Tau Hi-Y. Key Club HALL. RENEE - FHA
HALL, DEBORAH — Anchor Club, Beta Club. Annual Staff
HALL, DENISE - FHA HALL, DONALD
HALL, WANDA GAIL — Library Service, Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Allied Medical HALLFORD, STAN - Football, Block A HANCOCK. CHARLOTTE
HANNAH. JESSICA - POW WOW, FTA. Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y HANS, PAT - Senior Hi-Y
HARPER, FALICIA — Library Service, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y
HARRIS. DAVID - Football. Block A
HARRIS, SANDRA - FTA
HARRISON. GEORGIE GAIL
HAYS, HUGH - Interact, Football, Beta Club, Vice President Senior Boys, Block A, Track HAYS. MARCIA — Civinettes, Cheerleader HEARD. CYNTHIA - Library Service HEIDT, TOMMY - Interact HELMS, STARR — Civinettes HEMMINGS. WILLIAM SCOTT - VICA HENDERSON. GARY - Zeta Tau Hi-Y HENDLEY, DEBORAH - DECA. Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y HERSCHELL. JAMES - Senior Hi-Y HICKS. DAVID - Zeta Tau Hi-Y HIGHSMITH. JOYCE HILL. JIMMY - Interact HILL, JOHN TERRELL - DE
HINSON. DAVID — Football, Interact. Block A. Student Council
HOLLAND. MARY REBECCA - Annual Staff HOLLOMON, SHARON - FTA. Beta Tri-Hi-Y HOOKS, WANDA - DECA, Beta Tri-Hi-Y HOUSTON. PHYLLIS ANN - Library Service Club. Allied Medical. Beta Tri-Hi-Y HOWELL. SARA JANE - DCT, VICA. Beta Tri-Hi-Y HUDGINS, JIMMY - Student Council, Key Club.
Science Club, Spanish Club HUGHES. ELIZABETH - Art Service Club. Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y
229HUTCHISON. BOB - Senior Hi-Y INMAN. JOEL — Golf Team JACKSON, SANDRA — Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y JAMES. LEWIS
JAMES, TERRY — Basketball, Tennis, FTA. Block A JENKINS, CHUCK - Civitans JENKINS. ROBERT JENKINS. SHARON - Annual Staff JENSEN. SUE — Student Council, Civinettes. Mello-nettes, Thespians JOHNSON. JACQUELINE LEE - Glee Club JOHNSON. LYNDA - VICA JOHNSON. PHYLLIS JOHNSON. WILLIE CLIFFORD JOHNSTON. SANDRA - Civinettes. POW WOW JOHNSTON. STEVE - DE. Football JOINER. LINDA
JONES, BRENDA — Thespians, Glee Club JONES, GLYNNIS
JONES, HARRIETT - Beta Club, Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y.
JCL. Art Club, Thespians JONES. MICHAEL JONES. BOBBY - Civitans JORDAN. JIMMY - Baseball. Key Club JUSTICE. JERRY KATTER. GARY - French Club KEADLE, JACQUELINE - Beta Club, Beta Tri-Hi-Y KEETON, MARSHA — Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y KELLER. WANDA - FHA KELLEY, BOB KEENE, ROGER
KERNS, BETTY — Beta Club, Drill Team. Alpha Tri-Hi-Y
KEY. EVANGELINE — Drill Team, Student Council, Phi Delta. Art Club KEY. PAT - Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y. Beta Club KING. RICHARD - FFA KINSAUL. RONNIE - DECA KNIGHT. SALLY — Annual Staff. Student Council, Beta Club, Anchor Club LACEY, JERRY - DE LANGLEY. LEON FRANCIS - FFA LANIER, CLARENCE - Football LANIER. LINDA — FTA, Annual Staff, Student Council LANIER. PATSY LANIER. PHILIP
LARKINS. JOHN — Scribe Staff, Library Service Club LASHLEY. TOMMY - Key Club. Zeta Tau Hi-Y LAWLESS, CHRISTOPHER - FFA LAWSON. MIKE
LAYSON, BETSY — Kappa Gamma LAYSON, SALLIE — VICA, Kappa Gamma LEBLANC, STEVEN — Short Circuits, Science Club LECLAIR. JENNIFER — Thespians, FTA, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y LEE, EVELYN LEE. GINGER
LEE. JACQUELYN - Beta Club. Beta Tri-Hi-Y, FTA LEFFEN, JOSIE
LICHTEN, LUCILLE — Business Staff of Annual LINDSEY. WILBER - VICA LONG, GARY - VICA LUCKEY. JUDY - Drill Team LUMAN, NOAH
LYALL, BLAIN — Football. Basketball 230
MACKEY. JAN - TAU. Beta Club. Phi Delta MAHAFFEY. CYNTHIA - FHA. Spanish Club MAHAN. LINDA
MALONE. JO ANN - Beta Tri-Hi-Y. Spanish Club MALONE. PAUL - DECA
MARLEY. MIKE - JCL, Beta Club, Track, Basketball MARLEY. PAT - Basketball. Track, Beta Club. JCL, Student Council MARSH, DIANNE - Tri-Hi-Y MARSHALL. HARRIETT - Band MARTIN, INEZ — Business Staff of Annual MARTIN. MYRA - Civinettes. POW WOW MARTIN. STUART - Band MATHIS, LAVERNE MAXWELL, KIRBY - DECA, Football McCall. Robert
McCALL, SUSAN — Annual Staff, Anchor, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y McCLUNG. SAM
McCLURE. BONNIE - Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y. Platonians, Art Service Club McCOMB. MIKE — Interact McCORKLE. VICKIE - FFA. Beta Tri-Hi-Y McCOWN. MARCIA - Annual Staff. Beta Club, TAW.
Student Council, Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y McCOY, MARTHA - FHA McCOY, RONNIE McCRARY. KENNETH - Interact McDANIEL, JANICE — Band. Tennis, Thespians, Beta Tri-Hi-Y
McDonald, ross McDOWELL. TOMMY - Interact. FFA McKNIGHT. VELMA MEDDERS, ELAINE — Library Service MELDRUM, JANIFER — Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y, Thespians, Platonians, French Club MERCER. GAIL — Anchor. POW WOW, Annual Staff, Student Council MILLER. DEBBIE - Alpha Tri-Hi-Y MILLER. DON — Senior Hi-Y MILLER. MICHAEL MILLER. TOMMY
MILLS. PEGGY - Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Beta Club MOCK, CHARLES — Zeta Tau Hi-Y, Science Club MOCK. JACKIE
MOCK, BOBBY — Short Circuits, Band MOORE. JUANITA
MORAN, KITTI — Beta Club, Student Council, French Club, Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Scribe Staff MOREE, DEB — Majorette. Band, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y MOREY. JOHN - Spanish Club MOSSER, PAUL — Platonians, Beta Club, Scribe Staff MOULDER, STUART — Football, Track, Basketball, Baseball
MOULTON, CARLOS — Beta Club. Band MOULTRIE. SHARON - Glee Club MULLENNIX, CINDY - Scribe Staff. French Club. Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y. Beta Club MULLINS. PAUL - Short Circuits MURDOCK, DEBBY - FTA. Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y, Business Staff of Annual, Beta Club MURRAY, EDDIE - FFA
MYERS, CHARLOTTE - Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y. DECA NELSON. RONNIE - Football. Track NEWELL, SUSAN - Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. Beta ClubNEWSOME, CAROL - Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y. Beta Club, Spanish Club NOBLES, DIANE — Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y, Drill Team NUNN, NANNA — Anchor. Beta Club. Annual Staff, Student Council OAKES, DEBBIE - JCL, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y OAKES, KAREN - Drill Team. Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y OHMART. VICKIE
OLIVER, TOMMY — Band, Senior Hi-Y, Science Club, DECA
OLSON, NANCY - Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y OTT, CHUCK - Basketball OVERBY, ROBIN
OWENS, CHARLOTTE — Annual Staff, Anchor Club, Beta Club
OWENS. EDDIE - Baseball, Zeta Tau OWENS. SUSAN — Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y, Student Council, Civinettes PAGELOW, PRATRICIA
PARMELEE, PATTY - JCL, FT A, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y PASCHAL. TOMMY - Football. Block A PATE, HARVEY
PATRICK. RAMONA - Allied Medical, Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y
PAYNE, KAREN — Anchor Club, Annual Staff PEED, NANCY - DECA
PERCILLA. LOUISE - VICA, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y. Glee Club PERRY. JIMMY
PETERSON, MARGIE - Thespians PHELPS, GAIL - 4-H PHELPS. SHEILA
PIERCE, SHARON — Library Service Club, Debate Team, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y, Thespians PINSON, WEYMAN - VICA
POLLOCK. JAMIE - Allied Medical, FTA, Beta Club.
POW WOW Staff, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y PONDER. PATRICIA
POPE, DARLENE — Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y, Library Service PRICE, MARY - FTA, Beta Tri-Hi-Y PRISANT, STEVEN — Platonians, Science Club PRITCHARD. GLENDA
PRICHETT. PAIGE — Spanish Club, Student Council, Beta Club. Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y PROTHRO. JERRY - DCT PRUETT. DIANE - FHA, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y RABUN. ELAINE — Allied Medical, Art Service, FTA, Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y RACHALS, ROBERT - VICA RAINEY, TOMMY — Football, Block A RAMSEY. ALLEN
RANDALL, PAMELA - Allied Medical. JCL, Beta Club, Drill Team, Mellonettes RAPER. DEREK — French Club REED. JOANNE - Band, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y, DECA REEVES. CAROL - TAW, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y REEVES. RICKY - VICA RENFROE. LINDA - Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y RENTFROE. PAT - Alpha Tri-Hi-Y REYNOLDS. GAIL - Beta Club, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y RICHARDSON, BARBARA — FHA. Library Service Club
RICHARDSON. SHARON - Beta Club, Drill Team.
Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y RICE. DICK — Senior Hi-Y
RICE. STEVE ROBERTS. DON ROBINSON. NEIL
ROCKETT. LINDA — Beta Club. Student Council, Drill Team, Scribe Staff, Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y ROOS. ERIC
ROSS. JERRY - FFA. DECA
RUSHTON. REE - TAW. Mellonettes, DECA, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y RUSK, ELOISE - FHA RUTLEDGE, VIVIAN - Glee Club, FHA SADLER. STEVE
SALTER. DEBORAH - VICA. Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y SAULS. JAN — Varsity Cheerleader. Student Council, Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y SAXON, JOHNNY - VICA
SEARLES, TOMMY — Science Club. Allied Medical SHERWOOD. RITA - DECA. Beta Tri-Hi-Y SIGMON, LYNETTE - Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y SIKES, PATRECE - Drill Team. Glee Club, Debate Team, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y SINGLETON. BARBARA - DECA SINGLETON, JACKIE - FHA SLAUGHTER. ANN - Band SMALL. GEORGE — Civitans, Basketball, Block A SMITH ANNETTE
SMITH, BILLY - Student Council. VICA SMITH CHARLES SMITH, CLAUDE
SMITH. DAVID — Baseball. Manager of Varsity Football and Basketball SMITH. CREW - Beta Club, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y SMITH. JENNY - Beta Tri-Hi-Y SMITH. ROSIA - FHA SPIVEY. BECKY - Thespians, Beta Tri-Hi-Y SPURLIN, JO — Beta Club, Student Council, Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y
STAFFORD. FREDERICK - Baseball STANFORD. JANE - Thespians STETSON. ROLAND - Basketball. JCL, Beta Club STEWART, DONNA - Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y STOVER. GENE — Senior Hi-Y, Science Club, Tennis, Track, Debate Club STRAWDER. SUE - FHA STRICKLAND. DON SULLIVAN. ILENE
SUMNER. MICHELE - Allied Medical. Spanish Club.
Art Service, FTA. Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y SUNDBERG. ANNLIES - Band. Thespians. Mellonettes. Beta Club, Beta Tri-Hi-Y TANNER. DAVID - VICA TATUM. KATHIE - Thespians TAYLOR. BARRY - Senior Hi-Y TAYLOR. CLAUDE - Band TAYLOR. ELAINE TAYLOR. LOUIE
TEEMER. SHIRLETTE - Glee Club TENHAGEN. DONALD
THACKER. BRENDA - Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y THOMAS, GEORGIA — FTA, Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y THOMAS. PAM - TAW. Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y THOMPSON. BILLY - Football THOMPSON. RENEE - FHA THORNTON. LINDA
THREEWITTS. ROBERT - Senior Hi-Y. DECA
231TODD, JUDY — Mellonettes, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Glee Club, Thespians TOMS. KATHY — Thespians, Glee Club, Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Spanish Club TOOLE. CATHY - Beta Tri-Hi-Y TRENT. SYLVIA TUCK. MARSHALL - Football TUCKER. BARBARA — Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y TUCKER. KE1THEN - Key Club. Basketball. DECA TUCKER. PRESTON TYSON, BRANDON
WALKER. FRANK — Beta Club. Foreign Language League, Zeta Tau Hi-Y, Platonians WALKER. GARY WALL. GARY - Key Club. Golf WALLACE, MARY — Student Council, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y, Thespians WALLER. ROBERT
WALTER. CLAIRE - Beta Club, FTA, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y, FHA, Spanish Club WARD. CHRIS - DCT, Interact. Football WARREN, DOTTIE — Beta Club, Civinettes, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y
WASHBURN. DANNY - ROGB. Band WASSUM. BECKY — Mellonettes, FTA, Art Service, Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y WATSON, PEGGY — Anchor. Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y, VICA WEBB, EDGAR WEBER. JOE
WELDON. DEBBIE — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. Business Staff of the Annual WELLBORN. CINDY - Beta Club WEST. JAMES
WEST. MARVIN - POW WOW, Senior Hi-Y WHATLEY. JUANETTA — Mellonettes, Glee Club WHATLEY. SHARON - Beta Tri-Hi-Y WHITE. JOHNNY — Football. Baseball, Track WHITE. KEITH - Band. JCL. Glee Club WHITMAN, DON WHITTLE. ANN - TAW. DECA WHITTLE. JAN - TAW. DECA WILLEY, MARY ANN - TAW. POW WOW, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y
WILLIAMS, GLORIA — Thespians, Glee Club
WILLIS, MYRA - Drill Team
WILLS, KEN — Football, Track. Student Council
WILSON. DOUG - French Club
WOJCIK. MARY JANE - FHA, Beta Tri-Hi-Y, French Club, POW WOW WOLFE, SUSAN - POW WOW, Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Student Council WOOD. MIKE - Football WOODALL, JOAN - Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y
WOOLARD. STEVE - Zeta Tau Hi-Y WOOTEN, MARY ETHEL
WORSLEY, JOE — Band. Senior Hi-Y, Student Council WORTMAN. KEITH - Band. Student Council. Senior Hi-Y
WRIGHT, VERONICE YARBOROUGH. DIANNE
YOUNGBLOOD. BRENDA - Drill Team. Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y ZOLOMY. MIKEFIRST STATE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY
3 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
• Main Office Next to Post Office
• Slappey Drive Office at Broad and Slappey •218 Broad Avenue Office
Plus a Facility at NAS Albany
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION — Serving Since 1 905 —P.o. Box 507
Tel. 912 436-0357
WAKEFORD INS. AGENCY
Albany, Georgia 238 Pine Ave.
Contractors And Engineers Albany, Georgia 31702
AMOS C. SAMFORD, JR.
A GEORGIA PRESS AWARD-WINNING PAPER
Congratulations! PACE INSURANCE
ROYAL HARDWARE CO. “Insurance Since 1854”
1606 East Broad Albany, Georgia 211 N. Jefferson Albany, Georgia
THE LUGGAGE GIFT SHOP
Gifts for All Occasions SAMSONITE AND AMERICAN TOURISTER, VENTURA, HARTMAN, SKYWAY LUGGAGE
Albany, Georgia 436-901 7
Always First Quality
“THE FAMILY'S FAVORITE STORE"
Albany, GeorgiaAULTMAN MOTOR CO.
With Best Wishes From . . .
948 West Oglethorpe Ave. Albany, Georgia
Pontiac — Cadillac — Tempest
1124 Highland Ave. 436-0101
FUNSTEN NUT DIVISION
Awnings, Carports Aluminum Sidings, Storm Windows Steel Buildings, Screens
GOLDEN DUSTING SERVICE W G P C
AIRPLANE CROP DUSTING
"Albany's Good Music Station"
Phones 432-0244 and 432-7221 Albany, Georgia
c Smce fpMEATS FURNITURE COMPANY
William M. Dorsey
245 Broad Avenue Albany, Ga.
LYKES BROTHERS, INC. “Congratulations
Albany, Georgia (Sz CROWE DRUGS
The South’s Most Progressive Prescriptions, Gifts, Cosmetics and Candy
Meat Packers Free Delivery
227 BROAD AVE. ALBANY, GEORGIA TELEPHONE 435-4571
BOB WHITE RENTS BENNETT WHOLESALE SUPPLY CO.
“Most Anything” Field And Garden Seeds
Wayne Animal And Poultry Feeds
Saddlery And Leather Goods Farm And Breeder's Supplies
732 West Broad
Albany, Georgia 1006 North Washington Street
ZOELLNER MUSIC COMPANY
HOTEL GORDON Complete Sheet Music Department Guitar Department
DOWNTOWN ALBANY, GEORGIA Music Lessons For —
Piano, Organ, Guitar Drums
Exclusive Dealer For
Meeting Rooms for Any Occasion BALDWIN PIANOS AND ORGANS
810 W. Oglethorpe Avenue
An Albany Institution For More Than 70 Years
S. J. CURRY COMPANY, INC.
ALBANY, GEORGIA 31702
ALBANY, GEORGIA 432-1671 113 N. Washington
140-144 Broad Avenue Albany, GeorgiaDUPREE DRUGS
Corner of 5th and North Slappy Free Delivery 436-5736
HAL AND ED’S MEN’S WEAR
234 Broad Ave. Albany, Georgia
BORDEN’S MILK AND ICE CREAM
1306 N. Jefferson St. Phone 5-4504 5-4505
“If It’s Borden’s It’s Got to Be Good’ Albany, Georgia
CHURCHWELL’S DEPARTMENT STORE
110 North Washington Street Albany, Georgia
238ALBANY GENERAL TIRE SERVICE GEORGIA AMUSEMENT CO.
1008 Broad Avenue Albany, Georgia Coin Operated Machines
Home Distributor For
Compliments of BALDWIN POOL TABLES
Downtown Albany 432-2541 61 3 East Broad 432-661 1
“Clothes For the % Life You Love to Lead”
DOWNTOWN MIDTOWN MALL
2391404 Dawson Road 436-1556 N. LYMAN HART, Owner Phone 435-4787
LEE DRUG COMPANY THE STAG SHOP
MEN’S BOYS’ WEAR
Albany, Georgia 14 Midtown Shopping Center Albany, Ga.
“For the Finest in Footwear”
PAT’S CYCLE SHOP
fCorner of Broad Washington £riW i Where You Meet Your Friends Bicycles Keys Lawnmowers Sales Service
436-7400 Albany, Ga. Headquarters for Spalding 143 Pine Ave. Phone 2-7616 Albany, Georgia
Where You Will See the New Look
RICHARD KLIAS Hair Stylist
505 B South Slappey
RETAIL FURNITURE DEALERS ASSOCIATION
ABC FURNITURE CO.
ALBANY HOUSEFURNISHING CO. BROWN FURNITURE CO.
HOME FURNITURE CO.
HOME SUPPLY AND FURNITURE CO.
J J FURNITURE CO. LOOSIER OF ALBANY FURNITURE CO. MILES FURNITURE CO. MORROW-COOK FURNITURE CO. NEWCOMB COMPANY PHILLIP’S HOME FURNITURE RHODES FURNITURE CO. SURBURBAN FURNITURE CO. WADE FURNITURE CO. ALBANY, GEORGIA
Exquisite Jewelry Good Luck Class of ’69
See Our Friendship Rings From Your Store
432-6451 234 Broad Ave.
WOOD’S 7) fan ehe 7s
Albany, Georgia Downtown Merry Acres 205 Broad 1408 Dawson Rd.
Albany High School Charms
Congratulations, Class of '69
BILLY LUKE’S BARBER SHOP Compliments
TOWN AND COUNTRY COIFFURES ESTATE OF SAM FARKAS
Turner Shopping Center
Albany, Georgia 241
KENNAN AUTO PARTS COMPANY
Southwest Georgia's Only American Traditional Shop . . . 511 Broad Ave. 435-5448 ‘‘The House of a million Parts”
AAA CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO.
Ready Mixed Concrete Concrete Blocks Precast Lintels and Sills Cement Mortar Mix Gravel Sand li ALBANY ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. _|| J
436-4626 1224 Sylvester Rd. Albany, Georgia
GORTATOWSKY MIDTOWN DRUGS
INSURANCE AGENCY Midtown Shopping Center
Insurance Since 1898 Phone 436-66146
107 N. Jackson St. — Albany Theatre Arcade Tel. 436-2408 Albany, Georgia
1 209 N. Slappey Albany, Ga. 242 TOWN COUNTRY SHOP Albany, GeorgiaYour “17” Magazine Store
ALBANY DRUG CO.
31 2 S. Slappey Dr. 1000 N. Slappey Dr. 2200 E. Expressway
GIFTS for All Occasions
SAVELLE JEWELRY COMPANY
Midtown Shopping Center ALBANY. GEORGIA
Finest in Service — Finest in Quality
STUDENT CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED
MIDTOWN MALL ALBANY, GA.
PERRY BUSINESS SCHOOL
1 27' 2 N. Jackson Albany, Ga.
Georgia’s largest supply and most complete stock of dress fabrics, drapery, upholstery and sewing notions. Specializing in custom made drapes, cornices, slip covering and upholstering.
320 N. Slappey Albany, Georgia
209 Broad Ave. Shopping Center
A Leader In the Development of Better Products . . . For A Better Tomorrow.
“Say It With Flowers”
ALBANY FLORAL CO.
DIAL 436-3387 COR. 7th AND MONROE
MEEKS ELECTRIC COMPANY
Contracting Heating Air Conditioning Appliances Service
ALBANY SHEET METAL WORKS, INC.
Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractors
212 N. Washington Midtown Mall
Phone 6-4621 Phone 5-8941
NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL
1 22 Front Street, Albany, GeorgiaToasted Hot Dogs "With All the Trimmings"
JIMMY’S HOT DOG STAND
“The Hot Dog King”
Cold Drinks, Candy, and Ice Cream Cigars and Cigarettes
204 South Jackson Street 435-4751 Albany, Georgia
ALBANY WELDING AND
1600 N. Jefferson St. Albany, Ga.
"Pepsi Pours It On"
PEPSI-COLA DISTRIBUTING CO.
Phone 436-9553 Albany, Georgia
224 Pine Avenue
1316 N. Jackson St. Albany, Georgia
Best Wishes to the Class of 1 969
FLINT RIVER DODGE
Albany, Georgia Phone 432-2751
East Oglethorpe Avenue 432-5361
245Cf ie Qjjtizens d2 Soui iern 73anJ?
of Jl Eanu
SERVING AND GROWING WITH ALBANY SINCE 1890
FOUR CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
MAIN OFFICE — Washington and Oglethorpe BRANCH — Slappey Drive and Dawson Road MARINE CORPS FACILITY — Marine Corps Supply Depot NORTHSIDE OFFICE — Slappey Drive and Whispering Pines
Your One and Only Bank F.D.I.C.PROM TIME . . . Renting your formal is easy on the allowance.
No need to make a big outlay tor a big date! Renting formal wear is easy, it's convenient! Tux, dinner jacket— whatever you need is "cleaner-fresh" pressed to perfection, and fitted as though it were made just for you!
HAYES CLOTHING COMPANY
432-1562 121 South Washington
• Hot Dogs
• Steak Sandwiches
BISHOP CLEANERS LAUNDERERS
232 Roosevelt — 1 107 N. Slappey Lake Park Shopping Center — 1416 Palmyra Rd.
Corner Oglethorpe and Slappey Albany, Ga.
WJAZ — BIG 96
WJIZ — “Doc” SUTTLES
“Turns You On"
L. PRISANT JEWELERS
They are what’s happening
Albany, Georgia 432-6136 21 9A Broad Ave. 247IVEY DRUG CO.
1009 N. Monroe Ave. Albany, Georgia
“We Are As Close As Your Telephone”
ED IVEY, Pharmacist
Store Phone 432-1203 Night Phone 342-9705
312 N. Washington St. Albany, Georgia
1160 E. Broad Ave. 436-0377
EAST ALBANY LUMBER COMPANY
Retail Building Materials,
Home Improvements and Remodeling
'Where customers and merchandise of quality meet'Compliments
PLANTATION SERVICES, INC.
Farm — Timber Plantation Sales
MANAGEMENT, APPRAISALS, AND FORESTRY
504 North Slappey Drive Albany, Georgia
INTERSTATE LIFE ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY
LOGAN M. MOUNT, District M.n.ger Albany, Georgia
Congratulations And Best Wishes
Sporting Goods — Hardware Luggage — Housewares — Toys Schwinn Bicycles — Playground Equipment
202 Broad Ave.
Dealer of Birdsey's Products
Flour and Feed
McDonald SHEET METAL WORKS
1015 Oglethorpe Ave. Albany. Georgia
(§ o I h s jtt 11 if ’ s
SETS THE STYLE at A.H.S.
Downtown Merry Acres
105 N. Washington 1 406 Dawson Rd.HERTZ RENT-A-CAR
317 N. Washington St.
Albany High Senior Rings by
"A Complete Graduation Service"
INVITATIONS — CARDS — DIPLOMAS CAPS and GOWNS — CHOIR ROBES MEDALS — PINS — TROPHIES
Tlfton, G«. H. S. CANSFIELD
250Things go better with Coke after
TRADE-MARK (5) ___
Coke after Coke
BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY120 SOUTH JACKSON ST. DAIRY QUEEN AND BRAZIER 351 N. Slappey Drive and East Albany Expressway of
PHONE 436-2666 ALBANY, GEORGIA
Congratulations, Seniors! NU-WAY CLEANERS
consumer Division — Brunswick Corporation Albany, Georgia 306 Broad Ave.
ECONOMY AUTO STORE RIO STORES INCORPORATED
Corner Broad and Washington Albany, Georgia
WINGATE TRUCKING CO. Best Wishes, Class of ’69
435-5679 or 435-5670 LAKE PARK REXALL PHARMACY
Complete Hauling Service
“Think first of service, then call us” 1927 Dawson Road 436-8836 Free Delivery
Albany, Georgia 252 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEKBEST WISHES FROM THE ALBANY HERALD
"South Georgia's Metropolitan Newspaper"
HALEY MOTOR CO.
Sales FORD Service
435-8313 408 North Slappey
253Fresh Meats Produce — Bakery Delicatessen Quality Foods
ALBANY AUTO PARTS, INC.
S H Green Stamps Albany, Ga.
1016 WEST HIGHLAND AVENUE, ALBANY, GEORGIA We specialize in Delivery Service Phone 435-223
Your MOPAR Jobber, a good man to know
WATKINS LUMBER COMPANY, INC.
432-6278 Albany, Georgia
326 N. Slappey Drive
Hay — Grain — Feed Seed — Insecticides
CITY GIN MILL CO.
1 203 Oglethorpe Ave. Albany, Georgia Phone 432-51 74
SONNY CAMPBELL TEXACO
Mechanic on Duty
THE GREAT NAMES IN THREAD
Front End Alignment and Rebuilding Wheel Balancing—Complete Brake Service
Phone 436-1790 1007 N. SlappeyVOLKSWAGEN
1023 W. Broad Albany, Ga.
After Graduation — Or Before!
SOUTHEASTERN MORTGAGE CORPORATION
SWAN LAUNDRY CLEANERS
1 16 N. Jackson Street
219 N. Jefferson 432-0506
MIDTOWN BARBER SHOP
Specializing in hair styling Eight Full-Time Barbers
OPEN 8 A.M. UNTIL 6:30 P.M. EXCEPT WEDNESDAY
JOHNSTON'S = = MEN'S SHOP
230 Pine Avenue Albany, Georgia
112 N. JACKSON STREET
435-8351 210 Pine Avenue
SAVE WITH U-SAVE-IT
“Say It With Ours”
ALBANY TRACTOR COMPANY
Flowers and Gifts
1 1 50 S. Slappey
1709 South Slappey Phone 432-7468
W. T. GRANT CO.
1 7 Midtown Shopping Center Albany, Georgia
Specialists in Friendly, First Class Travel
Ship Parcels and Baggage From Town to Town and Coast to Coast Via Bus Express Charter Coach Service Anywhere
ALBANY, GEORGIA 432-0511
ALBERT C. CLARK Compliments of
AGENT PACE FLORIST
JEFFERSON STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 1 30 N. Front St. Albany, Ga. 432-6297
Bruce-Allen’s Congratulations Seniors '69 GEORGIA TIRE BATTERY CO.
for men and boys 948-950 West Broad Ave.
207-A Broad Ave. Albany, Georgia Albany, Georgia 257Phone 432-51 34
ALBANY TRAVEL AGENCY
“Complete Travel Service”
Office Hours: Monday Thru Friday
9:00 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Gordon Hotel
Saturday — 9 A.M. — 1 2 Noon Albany, Georgia
Best Wishes to the Class of '69
murphy dance studio
'211 Second Avenue ALBANY,GEORGIA
Meet or visit the doctor of your Choice before sickness arises when you move to a new community.
R.c.-nehi bottling company
BOB’S CANDIES, INC. QUALITY _____ ™y DAIRY jj) PRODUCTS
435-4504 Pretoria Rd. Albany, Georgia
ALBANY, GEORGIA Compliments of FLINT RIVER COTTON MILLS Albany, Georgia
JEFF’S THE STYLE SHOP 103 North Washington
Fine Food for Fine People
JEFF'S FOOD CENTER 1 506 Dawson Road Albany, Georgia
MERTS NORTHSIDE PHARMACY Northside Shopping Center PLAZA PHARMACY
EQUIPMENT COMPANY 910 N. Jefferson Phone HE 6-7272
Construction Machinery Structural Steel Paving Machinery MEDICAL ARTS PHARMACY 412 Fourth Ave. Phone HE 6-3838 PROFESSIONAL PHARMACISTS
2212 Newton Road Albany, Georgia “Free Delivery” Albany, Georgia
jack detherage j INSURANCE agency Compliments of ALLEN-OWENS CO.
HE 2-1208 General Insurance 504 S. Slappey Drive — Albany, Georgia Real Estate Insurance Albany, Georgia
“Serves You First"
Compliments of GotherN cap PHILLIPS FLOOR COVERING, INC.
DIPPER DAN Visit Our Showroom, or We Will Bring Samples to You
Midtown Mall ARMSTRONG LINOLEUM
260 CALL 432-9121 TERMS 101 6-A Highland Ave.Compliments of
"The House of 1,000 Fabrics"
Fashion -•—Fabric Center
21 9 Broad Avenue
106 N. Washington St. Albany, Georgia
Fabricfone 436-1523 Albany, Ga.
Best Wishes to the Class of '69
VICTORY CLUB ACC DISTRIBUTORS
Famous for Fine Foods Division of ALBANY CANDY COMPANY
S. Slappey Drive Albany, Georgia Albany, Georgia
Your NIFDA Distributor
Compliments FRIEDLANDERS World's Best Just Could Be
THE CHICKEN BOX
“The Store Where Quality Counts’’
Albany, Georgia Take Out Deliver
262 821 W. Broad Ave. Phone 435-9610Best Wishes and a Happy and Prosperous Future to Each of You.
FRED W. CARTERFLOYD L. HERMAN SERVICE STATION AND FUEL OIL CO.
301 N. Slappey Drive Albany, Go. 435-9145
5Yrs 7ecfera Sauinys
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 401 Pine Avenue • Albany, Georgia
JOHNSTON PAINT AND BODY WORKS
TOPS - SEAT COVERS - GLASS - UPHOLSTERY P.O. Box 955 713 Pine Ave.
All works guaranteed
939 Pine Avenue Phone 6-1504
“TOe toC A. fax f ux
fatfUXt CUCXCf UCCZ4A
Growers of Pecans and Peanuts
, BUILDING SUPPLY
Mill work one specialty'"
I Corner Pine c Cleveland —r----- .......■’ ALBANY, GEORGIA
y Id ou, The gLy "
INCORPORATED Albany, Georgia
Putting You First — Keeps Us First
600 Pine Ave. — 601 W. Broad
264GOLDEN GLOW DAIRIES, INC.
ALBANY POST 30
The American Legion
Department of Georgia
American Legion Golf Club
N. Jefferson Philem Rd. On the Kitchafoonee Creek
BIG BOOSTER OF
ALL YOUTH PROGRAMS Visit Our Concession Booths
Helen Ervin of ERVIN FLORIST Compliments and Best Wishes From
1 1 11 Fourth Avenue HE 5-4244 Albany, Georgia McKinney REALTY AND INSURANCE
WEDDINGS FUNERALS CORSAGES CUT FLOWERS POTTED PLANTS Albany, Georgia
ISH Compliments of
ComPl!me"+ of ALBANY WATKINS BUILDERS SUPPLY
WAREHOUSE COMPANY Albany, Georgia 436-0314 Albany, Georgia
MILLER BUICK-OPEL (§ -0r„ BUJCK Sales and Service 525 Oglethorpe Albany, Georgia Compliments of MERCK CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING DIVISION Merck Co., Inc. Radium Springs Road Albany, Georgia
L. P. GAS AND APPLIANCES PROPANE BILL BUNTIN’S DRY CLEANERS
Gas Heating Air Conditioning Central Heating Floor Furnaces 111 NORTH JACKSON
GREEN’S One Day Service
Propane Gas Service 266 Albany, GeorgiaQUICKIE
JOE BRASHEARS STEEL INC.
DRIVE INN 2322 N. Slappey Drive
SANDWICHES 222 Pine Avenue
Phone HE 2-6006
Phone HE 2-7001
Reinforcing Steel — Structural Steel Building Supplies
Industry Avenue Albany, Georgia Phone 435-4548
Pasteurized and Homogenized
We prepare any amount for any occasion
MILK - CREAM - BUTTERMILK Produced Daily on Our Farm, Processed and Delivered to Stores or Home Deliveries
dial HE 2-7643 1001 S. SLAPPEY DR. - ALBANY, GA.
Villa Gargano's • TAKE OUT
NATHAN MORGAN, Rep.
G. BALFOUR CO.
P.O. Box 612 Milledgeville, Ga. Telephone 452-2129 452-2130
TAKI OUT SIKYICt FOR ALL TYPE PIZZAS t SALADS
1604 N. SLAPPEY BLVO.
• DINING ROOM SERVICE
IMCC Mto SMALL IS INCH 13 INCH 11 INCHES
MOZZARELLA CHEESE SAUSAGE GREEN ttm« MUSHROOM
HZZA SUPREME ONION
ANCHOVIES y, CHEESE
HAMIURGER ‘.i SAUSAGE
• SPECIALIZING IN PIZZA
• DINING ROOM CATERING TO PRIVATE PARTIES
• COCKTAIL LOUNGE
yt UeiH ftW f WUC4M
TAKI OUT SIKVICl FOR ALL FOODS A BlVIRAGfS
CAST ALBANY EXftCSSWAY
267Congratulations and Best Wishes from the Folks at
THE CENTER — THE MALL
‘The Center of shopping for Southwest Georgia’’
BENNETT’S Congratulations to the
Class of '69
906 N. Slappey Compliments of
FLORISTS - GARDEN SUPPLIES - PETS EMPIRE HOME LOANS, INC.
Best Wishes to the Class of '69 603 Pine Ave. Albany, Georgia
FREITEX, INC. Compliments
Infants' Apparel of
WARREN AND BRIMBERRY
Old Pretoria Road Albany, Georgia Albany, Georgia
268 Best Wishes From
THE NATIONAL BANK OF ALBANY
“This Is The Bank to Grow With”
Member: F.D.I.C. and the Federal Reserve System
SPENCER C. WALDEN, JR. GEORGE M. KIRKLAND, JR.
JOHN P. VENTULETT EDWARD H. COPELAN Insurance Insurance
SHUMAN SUPPLY CO. OF ALBANY
REALTORS • INSURORS
"Georgia's Largest" Building Material 626 Roosevelt Ave.
ED EDMONDS FLOOR COVERING COMPANY
"A Clean Car Rides Better; Lasts Longer."
C. B.'S MINIT CAR WASH
710 Oglethorpe Ave. Albany, Georgia
Try Our Prestone Jet Wax
TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY
FW IfM • 10011 U,V» r»(U
Suggestions in the Albany High School - Thronateeska Yearbook (Albany, GA) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.