Albany High School - Thronateeska Yearbook (Albany, GA)
- Class of 1971
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Text from Pages 1 - 248 of the 1971 volume:
THRONATEESKA2Table of ContentsA Year in the Life
The first days passed so slowly — thank goodness for assemblies and morning pep rallies . . . The class of "71” received their rings and the class of "73’ were "Silly Sophomores" . . . Football season ended and we missed Friday nights with the Indians . . . Twirp season brought a change of pace for the students ... No one minded the arrival of Christmas holidays . . . We didn't return again until 1971 . . . Then along came exams, report cards and second semester . . . Basketball season ended soon after second semester started . . . People caught spring fever and thoughts turned to the upcoming summer months . . . Senior parties were well underway by now . . . The Junior Class "cordially" invited the Senior Class to the Junior-Senior . . . Senior activities and Baccalaureate came then exams and report cards ended the year . . . Graduation ... A year in the life
57Overdue library books . . . Detention hall . . . Skill test . . . Signing out early to go home . . . Day dreams
912Going earlv and staying late for club meetings . . . Long homeroom schedule . . . Dear Ole AHS” . . . Touchdown . . . Did you study for the English test?’ 14Frightened Sophomores . . . Trips to the guidance office . . . Shakespeare . . . Albany vs Westover . . . Defeat and victory . . . Miss AHS pageant . . . Homecoming . . . "May I borrow a pencil?”
isYou're a grand ol' school,
You're the school that we love And forever in honor we'll hold Alma Mater dear, we you revere The Boast of the Brave and the Bold
Every heart beats true One and all we're for you And your memory we e'er shall bless,
For should "Auld Acquaintance" be forgot,Kiwanis and McIntosh Awards
The KIWANIS and McINTOSH 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.
CELESTE ANDERSON, Kiwanis Award
"Honor is purchased by deeds we do; . . . honor is not won.
Until some honorable deed be done.” — Marlowe
JON MARGESON, McIntosh AwardEditor's Message
The year has come and gone. All we have left are the memories of our Senior year. It has held so much for us. It began with our first day at school, pep rallies, senior rings, senior privileges, and new friends. So much seemed to happen in so short a time. Before we knew it, football and basketball seasons had come and gone and spring sports were well underway. We had already ordered our graduation invitations and have been measured for caps and gowns. It seemed so unreal to us that at last we would graduate.
Where has the year gone? It is over and we have learned so much from it. We feel better qualified to face the future from the knowledge we’ve attained in the past three years.
This is your yearbook. The 1971 Thronateeska Staff hopes you can relive your year at A.H.S. through the pictures and memories your yearbook holds. We hope that it will give you the joys that has made you a part of A.H.S. and A.H.S. a part of you.
The Thronateeska is dedicated to a lady who is dedicated ... a great teacher ... a great person to know . . . respected . . . admired . . . always willing to help . . . the staff voted . . . and agreed the 1971 Thronateeska is dedicated to . . .
Mrs. S. A. Juhan
Celeste Anderson — President of the Student Council
Celeste has fulfilled her duty as President of the Student Body well this year. She has done much to contribute to the spirit and progress of Albany High School. Through her efforts this year Celeste has proved herself a leader. She has coped with problems, we feel, to the best of her ability. Outside of her duties as President, she is a Varsity cheerleader, a member of the Beta Club, Platonians, Block A, Pep Club, Pow Wow Staff, sweetheart of Short Circuits and Dougherty Civitans. We thank Celeste for a job well done.
Larry is the Vice-President of the Student Council. As Vice-President his duties were to assist Celeste in various decisions, make announcements and preside at Pep Rallies. Larry did much this year to contribute to the spirit of the pep rallies. His enthusiasm seemed to reflect upon the student body. Larry also participates in Senior Hi-Y, Bi-Racial Committee, Platonians and Beta Club.
LARRY MITCHELL — Vice-President of the Student Council
The Student Council is the student representation at Albany High School. The representatives from each homeroom meet to plan activities and discuss problems. They sponsor Homecoming, White Christmas, Wear-What-You-Please Day and many other events.Dougherty County Board of Education
MR. J. J. CORDELL MR. HAROLD E. McNABB
Superintendent of the Dougherty County Schools Director of High Schools
Bottom Row — Felix Marbury, R. H. Warren III, Dr. J. P. Cheevers
Top Row — Haney Cohen, Charles Nesbitt, Morgan Murphy, Franklin Cross
24A Message From the Principal
As we enjoy thumbing through this yearbook, we realize immediately that we are not only observers of the scene, but are of the scene ourselves. We see depicted here activities, events, victories, defeats, achievement, failure and representations of all the human emotions — in short, what we see is ourselves as we really are.
We are today living in a world unlike that of any other generations. We have put men on the moon, but at the same time we have polluted our waters, the air we breathe, and through our inventive genius created those things which can so easily destroy us. I believe this to be the most challenging age in the history of mankind, and I feel that you at your age are to be the first to find the answers to many of life’s problems. The question 1 may ask and you should ask is how well am I preparing myself for the times that are to come. It has been true in every age and with every generation that those who put forth the effort also reap the rewards. Each of you is aware of your own standing, whether you have applied the effort and energies necessary to bring out the best in you.
MR. CRAYDON PIERCE — Principal of Albany High School
I am proud of our school as I know you are, and I am proud to be Principal of such an institution as Albany High School. A school can only be what students and faculty make it, and it is my judgement that the elements of your own individual contributions have combined to make a good school program.
I congratulate the annual staff upon producing this fine book of memoirs. Best wishes to you all.
25Dean of Girls
As I offer my sincerest CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS of 1971, il is my fondest hope and desire that you shall put forth the effort and enthusiasm to make your future so meaningful in a world which is crying out for clean, moral, purposeful living as the Staff of the THRONATEES-KA and their advisors have in giving to all of us this beautiful MEMORY BOOK of "our grand ole school” during the year of 1970-71.
All about us there are the cries and complaints of the "Haves” and the "Have-nots”; the determining factor in what you shall make for yourself in the "now” as well as in the "future” is the application of some words of wisdom preserved for us in literature: "Not what we have, but what we use.” You are surrounded by every possible form of good and evil — both made quite attractive in some special way; there again it is "Not what we see, but what we choose.”
True it is that the tasks that enable us to get an education to meet the challenges of the day are not always as alluring as the temptations to procrastinate another day or take a day off, or even to be satisfied with just getting by with a passing grade. Ours is a world of great competition and demand for those who can do the same old things a better way in less time. Never has it been more true than today that in the business world "It is the survival of the fit-
MRS. RALPH SLAPPEY — Dean of Girls
test.” I would do you a grave injustice not to remind you that the best and only real preparation for tomorrow is the right use of today. Unfortunately, you will, if you do, read this when many opportunities have already passed. Do not despair or give up the ship, but rather mend the leaks, the sails, recharge the battery and even grab the oars and go to work to achieve the goals worthy of your ability and desires.
Through the joys, sorrows, successes and failures in my life, in addition to the Comfort, Wisdom and Courage and Faith made available in my relationship with my Creator, I find these words most helpful and I highly recommend them for your consideration:
"Not what we have but what we use.
Not what we see but what we choose These are the things that mar or bless The sum of human happiness.”
(Mrs.) Thelma P. Slappey Dean of Girls Albany High School
77Albany High School Faculty
MRS. VERA ADAMS B.S., Ft. Valley Slate, Home Economics, FHA
COACH KEN ALLEN B.S., Ball State Univ., Social Science and Phys. Ed.. Girls Basketball. Asst. Football. Tennis
COACH RONNIE ARCHER B.S., Ga. Southern. Phys. Ed.. Asst. Football and Basketball, Baseball. Block A
MRS. GERALDINE BAILEY
B.S., Univ. of Ga.. M.A.. Auburn, U.S. Gov., Economics, World History
MRS. FLORENCE BATTLE B.S., Albany State, Gen. Bus., Shorthand. Typing
MR. ERNEST BOONE B.S., Troy State, M.S., Troy State, Band, Chorus, Biology, Mellonetts. Band, ROGB
MR. WENDELL BRANNEN B.S., Georgia Southern, Mech. Drawing and Graphic Arts
MRS. ERVIN BROCK
B.S., Georgia Southern, Bus.
MRS. MARTHA BUTLER B.A., Mt. Holyoke. M.A., Univ. of Ga.. Six Year Florida State, Special Ed.
28MRS. WYLENE CURRY
B.S., Ga. Southern, Physical Education
MRS. PATRICIA DANIELS B.A., Albany State, English, The Scribe
COACH GORDON DIXON B.S.. Florida State, Phys. Ed. and Dr. Ed., Vars. Basketball, Asst. Vars. Football
MR. THOMAS DOWNING B.S., Univ. of Ga., Agriculture, FFA
MRS. L. H. DUNN B.S., Albany State, Algebra and Geometry
MR. N. D. ESSIC World and U.S. History, M.Ed., Florida A. M. Univ.
MISS FRANCES FEAGIN A.B., Mercer Univ., M.Ed., Univ. of Ga., English
MRS. AVIS FOSTER B.S., Univ. of Ga., M.S., Univ. of Ga., Home Making and Family Living, FHA
MRS. MARY G. FUTCH A.B., Georgia College, English IV, Thronateeska
The Devil Made Me Do That!
29COACH FERRELL HENRY B.S., Florida State, Phys. Ed. and Driver Ed., Head Football Coach. Block A
MISS MARGARET JO HOGG
A.A., Stephens, B.S., Uni . of Georgia, Typing, Shorthand II, Cheerleaders. Thronateeska
MR. GEORGE HOWELL A.B.. Mercer, M.A.. Mercer, Biology. Thronateeska
MR. GEORGE HUNT A.B., Elon College. Gen. Math.
MR. WALTER JACKSON A.B., Albany State. French, French Club
MR. NELSON JOHNSON B.S., Albany State. Biology
MRS. S. A. JUHAN A.B., Womans College, M.A., Univ. of Ga., Six Yr. Certificate, Florida State, Span., Stu. Coun.
MRS. SHIRLEY KIRKPATRICK B.A., Albany State, U.S. and World History
COACH WILLIE MAG WOOD B.S., Albany State, Phys. Ed.. Asst. Football, B-Team Basketball, Block A
30MRS. HARRY MURDOCK B.S., Valdosta State, English and Journalism, Pow Wow
MR. LAWSON MURKERSON B.S., Berry College, DCT, VIC A
MR. L. OWENS
B.S.. Savannah. Industrial
MRS. MARLENE PEACE B.S.. Valdosta, Alg. II and Adv. Alg. and Trig., Stu. Coun., Girls Basketball
MR. DERRYL QUINN
B.S., Univ. of Ga., DE. DECA
MRS. JANE RUTLEDGE B.F.A., Univ. of Ga., Art. Girls Basketball. Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y, B-Team Cheerleaders
MISS CELESTE SMITH B.S., GSCW, M.A., Appalachian State Teachers College, Algebra and Geometry
MRS. RUTH SUMMERVILLE B.S., Oklahoma College for Women, Gen. Biology
MRS. DIANE TATE. A.B., Tift College, Biology
MRS. JUDY THOMAS B.S., Ft. Valley, Geometry and Alg.. Beta Tri-Hi-Y
31MR. LEVI THOMAS B.A.. Painr College, Sociology and Psychology, Govt, and Economics
MR. ARTHUR THOMPSON B.S., Albany Slate. Typing and Gen. Bus.
MISS ELIZABETH TILLMAN A.B., Winthrop College. Latin. Jr. Classical League
MRS. LUCY TRACY A.B.. Mercer, English III, Beta Club
B.A., Allen Univ.. English III
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MISS BEVERLY COACH DARRELL MR. WILLIAM YIELDING MRS. HELTON
WHEELER WILLETT B.S., Ga. Southern, Wood School Nurse
B.S., Ft. Valley, Speech and B.S., Florida State, Dr. Ed., Shop and Gen. Shop
English Asst. Football. Asst. Track
MRS. BAREFIELD Dietician
HAVE YOU GOT THAT SPIRIT???!!!
MISS MARY HUDSON
Director, A.B.. Valdosta State, M.S., Florida State
MRS. L. V. DICKERSON
Counselor, A.B., Erskine College, M.Ed., University of Georgia
MRS. ANNETTE MURRY Secretary
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.
As I see it, you will graduate in 1980.MRS. KATHLEEN COOK
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. ROSE MARIE MITCHESON
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 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 the library’s sources available to them.
MRS. REBECCA REID MRS. FLORA HUNT MRS. JACKIE DALLEY
Librarian Assistant Librarian Secretary
B.A.. Bennett College B.S., Piedmont College
M.S.L.S., Atlanta Univ.
Presidents — JOHN MARGESON BETTS LAW
Secretaries — DAN CHATMAN
Treasurers — CHUCH RUSHING 38 PAT OSBURN
Parliamentarians — BRAD OATS
DIANE BENFORDBECKY ALDERMAN LINDA BAILEY
ANN ANDERSON GERALDINE BARBER
ANDY BARFIELD NANCY BELL
RICKY BARTO DIANNE BENFORD
GLORIA BASS MELVIN BENTON
BECKY BECKER PATTI BIRD
ANDY ACUFF CELESTE ANDERSON
PATTI ALBERT JOHNNY ARTERSONJEAN BROWN MARGARETT BROWN RITCHIE BUFFI WILLIAM J. BULLARD
RANDY BULLOCK LARRY BURKE RODNEY BURLESON BECKY BUSBEE
DIANNE BRIDGES BARBARA BROOKSHEIR
SHARON BRIGHT EMMARINE BROWN
DAVID BRANCH ROOSEVELT BRILEY
BONNIE BRIDGES LEM IT A BROOKSBARBARA BUSBY NEIL BUZZARD BARBARA CAMPBELL JULIE CANNON
JAMES CARSWELL JANICE CARTER BILLY CARVER EMILY CAVAZUS
RICHARD CELAYA CAROL COHEN
DANIEL CHATMAN JAN COHEN
MARK CHOQUETTE CAROLYN COLEMAN
CLAUDIA CLYDE RUDELLA COLLIER
41BILL COLLINS SHARON COSTANTINO BENNETT COTTON KAREN COX
ROBERT COX THURSTON CRAWFORD ROBERT CREEL JERRY CREWS
JACK CRONIN DIANE CUTLIFF
CHRISTENE CROSS JOHNNY DANIELS
CHARLES CUMBAA FRANKLIN DAVIDSON
CHARLES CUTLIFF DANNY DAVISROSELYN DAVIS THERESA DUFFY
YUNITA DOUGLAS DOLLY DUKE
DARLENE DRISKELL PAM DUNSTON
BENNIE DYKES DENNY FACKLER
RAYMOND EDWARDS PATRICIA FICKEL
PATRICIA EVANS RICKY FLETCHER
PAMELA DAVIS PAUL DUFFY
MIKE ELLERSON DEL FLANNIGANIDA FLOOD JENNIE FLOYD KENNY FORD
JOHNNY GARDNER ALAN GERALD PATTY GERST
TERESA FOSHA DANNY GILL
CHARLENE GILLESPIE TOMMY GREEN
JEAN GOODMAN CATHY GRIMES
KAREN GREEN WAYNE GIZZARD
MIKE GREEN BILLY HAGLERBOBBY HAIRE MIKE HAMLETT BARBARA HARDRICK DELILAH HARRIS
PAMELA HART KIM HAWKINS DAVID HAYMAN MARK HEARD
FRANCES HEIDT DAYLE HOLLEY
DAVID HENSHALL STEPHEN HOLLOWAY
PAULA HEWETT SHEILA HOLT
RANDY HOLLAND DORIS HOOVERGREGORY HORTON BRENDA HOUSTON BUTCH HOWE JAMES HOWELL
RICHARD HUDSON STEVE HUDSON BEVERLY HUNT OLIVER HUNTER
CURTIS INMAN JERRY JETER
JAMES JACKSON BARBARA JOHNSON
LENORA JAMES CHARLIE JOHNSON
TERRI JAMES KEN JOHNSONRONALD JOHNSON JIMMY JUSTICE
WILLIAM JOHNSON ROGER KARN
MICHEAL JONES YVONNE KELLEY
RAYMONJONES TONY KIERCE
JANE KNIGHT CATHY LANIER
KAOTRIS KNIGHT BETTS LAW
ROBERT KNIGHTON KAREN LAWRENCE
ROGER KNIGHTON BRENDA LAWSON
47JANNIE LAWSON LINDA LAWSON JAMES LEE MIKE LEHMAN
EVELYN LEWIS MARION LEWIS FREDA LINDSEY BOBBY LIVINGSTON
JERRY LOKEY PATRICIA MARSHALL
ARTHUR LUMPKIN KATHY MARTIN
TOMMY LUMPKIN MIRIAM MARTIN
JOHN MARGESON WILLIAM MARTINCAROLYN McBURNETT JANICE McCOLL DONNA McCORKLE WALTER MoGEE
DEBBIE McMILLEN LISA MEDLOCK ROBBIE MERCHANT SUSAN MILLER
AUDREY MIMS GEORGE NAYLOR
VERDELL MINGO MARILYN NEALEY
JEAN MITCHELL ROSA NELSON
DEBBIE MORRIS MELVIN NEWELLJOY NEWSOME BRAD OATES CAROL ODOM PHYLISS O’NEAL
GEORGE ORT PAT OSBURN DENNIE PARKER DEBRA PAROS
BILL PAULEY SHEILA PHILLIPS
PEGGY PAYNE ANN PINSON
JO ANNE PEEK JAN PLUMMERROSEMARY PLUMMER CHRIS POLK SAMMY POLLARD PAULA POLLOCK
CLAUDE PRESTON HARRY PRISANT JIM PROTHRO DON PYE
RHONDA RACHELS MONA RAFEEDIE BOBBY RAGAN AL RAKEL
NANCY RANDALL GAIL REESE PERRY REGISTER LINDA REIDPATTIE RENAUE BUSTER RENFROE SUSAN REVELL JAN REYNOLDS
JUNE REYNOLDS PEGGY LYNN RICHARDSON MATTIE RIGGINS SHERMAN ROBERTS
GLENDON ROGERS CHUCK RUSHING
GLENN ROGERS MARIE SALTER
JEFF ROSS AL SEELY
CHARLES ROBINSON ANGIE RUDDERMANLAWANA SHERRILL SUSAN SHIVER HOYT SHORT BECKY SIMMONS
PATRICIA SKATES CHERYL SMALLEY AMBER SMITH JIM SMITH
TY SMITH SAMMY STEPHENS
MARK SNELLING SHERRI STRICKLAND
JANE SPENCE BETTY SUTTON
DEBRA SPRING JEAN SUTTON
53MAUN DA SUTTON JACKIE TAYLOR
LINDA SWAN LINDA TAYLOR
JOHN SWIFT VICKEY TINSLEY
DON TATE DANNY THOMAS
MARJORIE THOMAS FRANCES THORNTON CHARLES THORNTON PATRICIA TOMBS
MICHELE TOPSHE DANNY TRAMMEL STEVE VONSCHLICHTEN DEBORAH WEBBANN WEBER GARY WEST JUDY WEST LARRY WEST
BETH WESTBERRY JERRY WHITE RANDY WHITFIELD BILLY WHITLEY
MARILYN WHITMAN PAULETTE WICKS JANICE WILKINSON DEBRA WILLIAMS
DOROTHY WILLIAMS LATASCA WILLIAMS EDWIN WILLIS DON WINDHAMLYNN WORSLEY WYOHN1A WRIGHT BILL ZACKARIAS
;ident "f the Beta Club.
National Merit Fina|ist, Slar Stude
Editor of Thronateeska, Co-
captain of Cheer-DEBORAH WEBB — Assistant Editor of Thronateeska.
PEGGY LYNN RICHARDSON — Valedictorian, Secretary of BETA Club.
JOHN MARGESON — President of Senior Boys.
BETTS LAW' — President of Senior Girls.
59BONNIE BRIDGES — Captain of Varsity Cheerleaders.
TY SMITH — Editor of Pow Wow.
OLIVER HUNTER — Editor of Scribe.
CELESTE ANDERSON — President of Student Body, DAR Good Citizen.
LARRY WEST — Co-captain of Football Team.
BRAD OATES — Co-captain of Football Team.Junior Class Officers
Left to Right — Presidents — Wendy Champion, Steve Hardin, Vice-Presidents — Mary Ann Kirksey, Ted Deiler, Secretaries — Jan Busbee, Jimmy Sims, Treasurers ___Becky Revel!, Burt Brimberry, Parliamentarians — Debbie Manis, David Fletcher
"Jolly Juniors” hold the middle position. They have survived a year of inexperience yet don’t quite possess the responsibility of the "Grand Ole Seniors.” They look with anticipation to their Senior year. They have developed confidence and knowledge from their two years at A.H.S. and shall always remember their junior year as preparation for their last and most memorable year.Cheryl Albritton Mary Ann Alford David Arnold Donna Arrington
Charles Arterson Terry Arwood Deborah Baggett Charlotte Bailey
Thomas Bailey Robert Barber Martin Barrett Dennis Barthelemv
Patti Bartlett Rusty Barto Rickey Basko Robert Becker
Rosa Bell Edward Benton Patricia Blocker Dorothy Boyd
Bonita Bradshaw Patti Branecky Susan Braswell Eva Breedlove
63Shirley Bright Bert Brim berry David Brishoi Robin Brodbeck
Alvin Brown Patricia Brown Peggy Brown Sharon Brown
Jerome Buckhalter Donna Bullington Shirley Bullock William Bullock
Keith Burnette Renee Burnfin Jan Busbee Christine Butler
Barbara Cain Gene Calloway Carolyn Carnegie Kurt Carow
Terry Carswell Barbara Carter Wendy Champion Bill Clanton
64Gena Clark Kathy Clark James Clemons Tcri Coleman
Theresa Cook Mike Copeland Martin Cowart Betty Craddock
Ed Creamer Ronald Creamer Deborah Crowe Claire Culbrcth
Lydia Cummings Vicky Cults Andy Daniel Harriet Daniels
Richard Davenport Becky Davis Buster Davis Vickie Davis
Ted Deiter Hutch Deloach Lenard Dent Paula Donahue
65Terri Duffy Sheryl Dunkleburger Marty Elliot Jen Ervin
Lynn Ervin Sandy Evans Sue Fender Rosa Fields
David Folsom Tim Fowler Dante Fra ier Paula Freeman
Ken Fuller Joe Gardner Bonnie Giddens Mark Gillum
Kathy Golden Barbara Goodroc Claude Gordon Carlton Greaves
Patsy Grier Jackie Hallford Stewart Hard Steve Hardin
66Paul Hart Mar)- Hcidt Jan Hembree Craig Henningfeld
Danny Herron Judy Hicks Bubba Hiers Diane Hinderleider
Tim Hogg Wendell Holt Connie Holton Randall Hooks
Wally Houston Richie Howard Mary Huff Bernardo Isaza
Mary Ann Jackson Dennis James Charles Jenkins Dee Jenkins
Sue Jeter Barbara Johnson Cindy Johnson Clco Johnson
67David Johnson Cloria Johnson Shirley Johnson Bradford Jones
Martha Jones Nancy Jones Walter Jones Wendolyn Jones
Teresa Kendall Paulette Kennedy Lawana Kierce Angela King
Ashley King Gwen King Chris King Mary Ann Kirksey
Penny Knight Claudia Kolzem Jo Lanier Barbara Lash ley
Joe Lawrence Anita Lessard Ben Lewis Kenneth Lewis
68Lorin Lichten Karen Lockard Shirley Lorig Debbie Maines
Susan Malone Larry Marlin Melissa Martin Bernaird Mayberry
Clark McClure Ronald McCorvey Richard McKnight Jerald McKnight
Mark Meier Ronnie Mellon Johnny Mcrccr Ester Mitchell
Vicki Moore Yvette Moultrie Connie Myer Cassandra Nealy
Alan Nelms Penny Newell Penny Nichols Jane Nobels
69Debbie Norris Mike O’Brien Kevin O'Neal Brenda Pace
Pam Pannel Buddy Parker Johnny Pavne Susan Peach
Nathaniel Perry Pete Peterson Patricia Peterson Velma Peterson
James Phelps Toni Polk Barbara Pollock Geraldine Price
Shelby Price Leslie Pruett Cynthia Randall Mark Raper
Janie Ray Becky Revell Cliff Revell Susan Rich
70Joyce Riggins Steve Santos Gail Schlic Chris Searles
Debbie Senn Carol Sewell Stan Shawvcr Jim Shemwell
Pam Shepherd Susan Sheppard Wayne Shipley Lynn Shiver
Chris Simmons Mike Simpson Phyllis Simpson Jimmy Sims
Katherine Slaton Annella Smith Dianne Smith Willie Smith
Alice Snead Roger Snead Roy Snead Frank Spargo
71Marie Spence Patty Spivey Randy Spring Allen Spurlin
Delora Staines Gregory Starkel Thomas Starnes Judy Stewart
Bob Stewart Barry Stokes Susan Strawder Hazel Stretchers
Julienne Strickland Mary Stroble Billy Summerford George Surface
Jane Stubbs Carolyn Swan Dennis Swartzell Pat Swift
Richard Tanner Toni Tarleton Angie Tate Jane Taylor
72Karen Taylor Marly Thomas Mary Thomas Beatrice Thompson
Deborah Thompson Karla Thompson Maggie Thorpe Robby Tomlinson
Judy Troutman Debbie Tucker Sheree Turner Charles Vanzant
Michael Veasley Thomas Wade Herb W'allace Ginny W'angen
Terressa Washington Perrv Webb Kelline Webb Debbie Whatley
Jeff Whatley Shawn White Robbie Wilkes Darvi Williams
73Debbye Williams Jacqueline Williams Joey Williams Randy Wilson
Ravelle Winbush Jo Womack Janice Wren Robin Yarborough
Belly Yeatls Van Yielding Sam Zeigler
74Sophomore Class Officers
Left to Right — Howard Christian, Parliamentarian; Angela Hill. President; Mike Boone. Secretary; Sue Bacon. Treasurer; Brence Sell. Vice-President; Janet Cronin. Vice-President; Ed Riley, Treasurer; Fleta Collier, Secretary; Tony Fowler. President; Shirley Randle. Parliamentarian
With their first year at A.H.S. behind them, the "silly sophomores” have moved up in prestige. Eagerly they have participated in pep rallies, homecoming, chapel, elections and other important events.
They enjoyed the good times of their sophomore year, but they look with anticipation to their Junior year.
76Terry Adams Keith Alderman Henry Allen Steve Allen Paul Atnicone Cedric Anderson
David Anderson Gwen Anderson James Anderson Joan Anderson Sandra Archer Daniel Armstrong
Rosa Artcrson Billy Aston Jim Bacon Sue Bacon Gwen Bailey Kathy Baker
Nicky Baker Jimmy Baldwin Brad Bancrafl Patricia Barr Randy Barto Ray Beeghley
Roslyn Berry David Beurrier Mike Blaylock Danny Blocker Debra Bodiford Mike Boone
Freddie Brav Johnnie Brown Larry Brown Margaret Brum below Deborah Bullington Jerry Bullington
John Bullock Bones Burnett Patty Bushman Mike Butts Barry Carr Georgia Carter
Robert Caulcy Randy Chastain Francene Christian Howard Christian Charles Clark Diane Cleveland
77Fleta Collier John Collins Kathy Conoly Anna Cooper Jeff Corbett David Cornaire
Mark Covington Charlotte Cox Carolyn Craddock Debra Creel Bobbie Crommer Wanda Crommer
Janet Cronin Howard Cross Mike Cumbie Virginia Davidson Marsha Davis Vick Davis
Pam Dawson George Dobson Patricia Driggers Bruce Dunkleburger Penny Dunlap Gloria Dunnaway
Wanda Dupree Pamela Dyes Randy Dykes Mike Ellis Dale Cross Elizabeth Evans
Joyce Evans Delores Fellows William Fields Jenny Findley James Fleming Tim Fletcher
Deborah Flick Freda Follendore Don Fowler Tony Fowler Chuck Gee Albert Gimenez
David Gladney Mike Gore Sharon Gosha Delores Grace Debbie Green Pamela Green
78Rena Green Richard Green Lynn Greene Marsha Greene Mark Greene Joan Griffith
Roger Griner Eddie Gulley Richard Hacker B. A. Haire Carole Hames Shirley Hammett
Becky Hannington Becca Hard Ann Hardin Kathy Harper Lonzo Harris Larry Heart
Alan Hatcher Jimmy Hatcher David Hawkins John Hawkins Patti Hawkins Dean Hayman
Terri Henderson Melissa Henningfeld Jeffie Hcwett Bruce Hicks Angela Hill Gilbert Hind
Bobby Hinman Billy Hix Randy Holiday Marsha Holley Rodney Hooks Florence Hoover
Kathy Hoover Lamar Houstan Carl Howard Thomas Hunt Mary Ingram Terry Irving
Joni Jacobs Theo Jacobs Sue Jefferson Debbie Jewell Ethel Joiner Nancy Joiner
79Susan Joiner Gregory Jones Denny Keeton Paul Kenned) William King Johnny Knight
Kathy Knighton Bernard Langly Billie Lee I .egg Laird Charles Lindsey Gray Lippitt
Beverly Long Pierce Long Randy Lucky Dec Lyons Jody Jones Juanita Jones
Pal Jones Darian Jordan Bruce Joren Dan MacMinn Angela Mancc Barbara Matthews
Judy McCrary Ronald McCranie Joyce McDaniel Danny McGee John Meier Randy Merchant
David Miles Gary Mitchell Judy Mitchell Charles Moore Charlotte Moore Jerry Moore
Mike Muggridge J. L. Nesmith Debbie Ncutz Ed Newsome Scott Nichols Nancy Nesbitt
Clifford Nix Kim Nolan Gerry O’Neal Cindy Pace Wanda Pace Johnny Pantone
80Terri Parslon Ed Parson Steve Peck Susan Pelham Barry Bellicano Nathaniel Peterson
Jimmy Phillips Chuck Pickard Roger Pollock David Pond Vickie Powell Danny Price
Susan Pruett Rita Rachels Johnny Rainwater David Randall Shirley Randall Tim Ray
Johnny Reddick Linda Reece Bill Reed Angie Richardson Jan Richardson Rhonda Rigsby
Ed Riley Mary Riley Thomas Roberts Paul Robertson Jeff Roth Rosalind Roy
Venice Russ Charles Salter Wayne Seals Brent Sell Robby Selman Tom Shemwell
Joanne Sherman Keith Simmons Peggy Sims Mike Singleton Denise Skinner Deborah Smith
Sam Schlie Pam Snelling Ricky Spence Tina Spurlock Debra Staton Susan Stewart
81Johnny Strawder Hattie Stubbs Alesia Swanstrom Faye Tabb Debbie Taylor Deborah Taylor
Ira Taylor Kenny Taylor Randy Taylor Maureen Thomas Kay Thompson Gregory Tuck
Ross Urguhart John Vanhouton Greg Villarreal David Vorse Joe Walker David Walsh
Bill Ward Donnie Ward David Watkins Penny W'atson Kenny Webb Rita Webb
Gary Whidden Tom Whitesel Greg Whitfield Don Wiley Eugene Williams Freddy Williams
Juanita Williams Rhonda Williams Shirley Williams Lee Williamson Gary Willis Jackie Willis
Vicki Willis Carol Wilson Albert W'omack Maria Woodard Irvin Worley Michael Worsley
Mose Wright Ruth Yeattes Nickey Young Randy Young
Allen Sampson Randall Avcra Sherry Bastion Glenn Cook Annie Daniels
Marty Houston Dan Mock Deborah Pollock David Tabb
85The Year 1970-71
Brought Forth . . .
8990919294Spring . . .
Bringing This Year to an End, and Beginning Plans for Next Year
Coach KEN ALLEN
Coach WILLIE MAGWOOD
Coach DARRELL WILLETTAHS Varsity
1st Row, Left to Right — Oleste Anderson, Maria Spence. Charlene Gillespie, Sandy Evans. Peggy Pavne, Mary Heidt, Bonnie Bridges
2nd Row, Left to Right — Coach. Dixon. Don Tate Mgr., Steve Hardin. Randy Dykes, Paul Duffy, Richie Howard. David Hay-man, Johnny Payne. Tommy Lumpkin. Cleo Johnson. Larry West, Randy Barto, David Smith, Sam Ziegler. Sam Schlie, Roosevelt Coleman, Mike Ellis, Ed Newsome, Ted Deiter, Harry Pri-sant Mgr.
3rd Row, Left to Right — Coach Willet. Edwin Willis. Sherman Roberts, David Brisbois, Paul Robertson. Gregory Horton. David Ellis, Ed Benton, James Jackson, Roger Knighton. Jerry White, John Margeson, Jimmy Phillips. Benny Dykes, Barry Carr. Ricky Spence, Kenny Ford, Tom Shemwell. Jim Shemwell Mgr.. Coach Allen, Coach Archer
4th Row, Left to Right — Coach Magwood. Lorin Lichten, Stan Shawver, Craig Hemmingfield. Brad Oates, Johnny Coleman, Johnny Strawder, William Hall. Ron Johnson. Dan Chatman. Eddie Smith, Dean Hayman, Bruce Hicks, Ray Hudgins, Jeff Ross, Jimmy Sims. David Fletcher, Elton Hill, Robbie Tomlinson, Head Coach Henry
MANAGERS — First Row — David Randall. Jim Shemwel, Henry Allen, Charles Moore Second Row — Harry Prisant, Don Tate
102CAPTAIN — ROGER KNIGHTON Sr. — Middle Linebacker
CO-CAPTAIN — BRAD OATES Sr. — Tackle
CO-CAPTAIN — LARRY WEST Sr. — Halfback
JAMES JACKSON Sr. Guard
ELTON HILL Sr. End
JEFF ROSS Sr. End
EDDIE SMITH Sr. End
RONALD JOHNSON Sr. Center
DAN CHATMAN Sr. End
BENNY DYKES Sr. Tackle
JOHN MARGESON Sr. Guard
DAVID ELLIS Sr. Guard
GREGORY HORTON Sr. Center
SHERMAN ROBERTS Sr. Halfback
EDWIN WILLIS Sr. Halfback
ROSEVELT COLEMAN Sr. End
TOMMY LUMPKIN Sr. Flanker
DAVID HAYMAN Sr. Halfback
There is a good show inside.
PAUL DUFFY Sr. Monster
ROBBIE TOMLINSON Jr. End
DAVID FLETCHER Jr. End
JIMMY SIMS Jr. End
104Football: AHS Style
by Sonny Lofton
The 1970 version of the Albany High School grid machine looked from the beginning as if it were doomed to break down before the season started. It was hurting at all positions for talent.
The spring practice was one of the most dismal on record as only 35 players ended up in uniform after the spring tilt was held.
The big reason that the Indians were hurting for talent so much was the fact that no one really had any idea at the time where they would Im attending school the next year and were not in favor of attending spring drills at one school and then having to attend classes in September at another.
Finally in late July the word came that the Dougherty County School system would be under a school zone plan and immediately the machinery for gearing up an Indian football team got underway.
The coaches under the direction of head coach Ferrell Henry began the proc ess of finding all the eligible football players who lived in the Albany High zone. The hard work and searching paid off because when summer football practice began, the Indians found themselves with over 70 prospective candidates for the Indian football team. This was more than double the number who had finished spring practice.
The big problem now was to see if it were possible to whip these players into shape in two weeks for the big clash with the Westovcr Patriots. Both Albany and Westovcr had been waiting two years for this intra city clash.
The first weekend of football in the city of Albany was a football fans dream. The night before the big clash between Albany and Westovcr, the Dougherty Trojans and the Monroe tornadoes battled to a 0-0 tie before a packed house at Mills Memorial Stadium. This was only a preview of the struggle that was to take place the next night between the Indians and the Patriots.
The game started exactly as the game between the Trojans and the Tornadoes the night before. Neither Albany nor Westover could dent the scoreboard in the first half of play, while both had threatened to score early in the game.
Finally in the third quarter the scoreboard was awakened on the Albany side when, after Dan Chatman had recovered a Patriot fumble at the 15 yard line. Larry West carried the ball in for the first and only touchdow n of the night. The PAT was good as Albany led 7-0. After a late goal line stand by the Indian defense. Steve Hardin was caught in the end zone as the Patriots got their only points of the night. Hardin redeemed himself with his defensive play as he intercepted two passes that night to thwart Patriot scoring attempts.
The next week the Indians were idle as they had the week off in preparation for the annual slugfest with the Monroe High Golden Tornadoes, who in the past two years had proven to be an Albany nemesis. While the Indians were off that week the future was being revealed here in Albany at Mills Memorial Stadium. On that Friday night the Monroe Tornadoes were beating Central of Thomasville 16-8 while on the next Saturday night the Valdosta Wildcats were in town demolishing the Dougherty Trojans, 34-0. All this happened while the idle Indians sat by watching and wondering.
The third week of the season rolled around and would mark the third time that the Indians would meet the Tornadoes from Monroe.
And as the headline of the next day’s sports pages revealed, the third time held no charm for the Indians. The Tornadoes w ith the aid of seven Albany turnovers outlasted the Indians, 16-0.
Once again the old Monroe jinx bit Albany. Next year’s game was being planned immediately after the defeat.
Albany was to meet a new opponent in its third game of the season. The Indi-
R1CHIE HOWARD Jr. Quarterback
CRAIG HENNINGFELD Jr. Tackle
LOREN LICHTEN Jr. Tackle
STANLEY SHAWVER Jr. Tackle
EDWARD BENTON Jr. Noseman
DAVID BRISBOIS Jr. Center
TED DE1TER Jr. Halfback
SAM ZIEGLER Jr. Halfback
DAVID SMITH Jr. Halfback
KEVIN O’NEAL Jr. Halfback
CLEO JOHNSON Jr. Halfback
ANDY DANIELS Jr. Flanker
105JOHNNY PAYNE Jr. Linebacker
STEVE HARDIN Jr. Halfback
HARRY ELLIS Jr. Tackle
an? traveled to Thomasville to meet the Central High Yellow Jackets. The Jackets had been a Class A team the year before, but were classified AAA due to their consolidation with all-black Magnolia High. The Jackets had not won a game when they met the Indians, but it didn't take Albany long to find out that they were tough. With time almost half over in the second quarter the Jackets held a 14-0 lead over the Indians. After several good running plays by Ted Deit-er and Larry West the Indians were in scoring position. A pass from Richie Howard to West gave the Indians their first score of the night ami tightened the game 14-7. Albany kicked and the Jackets were forced to punt. The Indians could not move either as they went the punt route. The punt was obligingly fumbled by the Yellow Jackets as the Indians were in control on the Guitral 45. After several gains the Indians were on the Central 27 yard line. Then lightning struck as Rich Howard faded to pass and finding no one open darted and hotfooted his way into the end-zone and the Indians were behind by one. 14-13. The PAT was good as the Indians came back to tie the game up at the half.
In the second half Albany started on the Central 35 after a fumble recovery and after several short gainers Ted Deiter scored on a draw play from 15 yards out. That put Albany ahead for the first time of the night.
The winning touchdown was scored bv Roosevelt Coleman, who blocked a Central punt with the help of a host of Indian defenders and watched the ball sail high in the air as he stood under it with a gimme-gimme look in his eve. The
ball landed in Coleman’s hands and he dove into the end-zone as Albany took a 26-14 lead. Central scored a late touchdown, but it was too late as the Indians claimed their second win of the season. The joy was short lived as Albany prepared to meet the Cats’ from Valdosta in their next game.
This was the game that really showed where zoning and consolidation was a real killer. The Cats’ had consolidated two years earlier with all-black Pinevale High. Valdosta was already tough enough without the addition of 25-30 black players to their squad. The Cats proved to be too much for the Indians, as they took a 20-0 halftime lead and then coasted to their biggest win ever over the Indians 39-0. The only reason the win was not bigger was the fact that the Indians put up several good, goal-line stands. The Wildcats would eventually roll to a 1-AAA Championship before being derailed by the Richmond Academy Musketeers in the South Ceorgia Playoff. The game marked the third year in a row that the Indians had met the Cats on Cleveland Field in Valdosta. It also marked the third year in a row that Albany had been held scoreless in the Valdosta tilt.
The Indians rebounded from the loss to the Cats with one of their best offensive and defensive showings of the year the next week with a 20 0 win over the Bainbridge High Bearcats. The Bearcats had been an on and off team all year long and really wanted to beat the Indians. Albany held a 13-0 halftime lead due to a run by Steve Hardin after, receiving a Howard pass. West scored from five yards out in the first half. The final score in the Bainbridge game came on a
Hardin run from 10 yards out. The Albany defense had played a superb game keeping the Bearcats at bay most of the night. The win was particularly satisfying for the Indian coaching staff as former Albany assistant coach J. B. Roland was now the head coach of the Bearcats and surely wanted to beat his former pupils.
The annual Albany-Tift battle was next for the Indians. The defense seemed to be ready as they stopped every attempt by the Blue Devils to score a touchdown. The real high-lite of the defense that night was early in the game as Tift’s Mike Coleman broke through the Indian defense and raced toward the Indian goal but was prevented from scoring when he was caught from behind by Indian defender Eddie Smith. Tift did manage to salvage a field goal out of the run and that turned out to be the margin of victory as the Tiftonitcs defeated the Indians
This marked the second year in a row that Tift had defeated Albany.
The next game on the home schedule was against the Crisp County Cougars on a Saturday night at Mills Memorial Stadium. The game was the Indians
106homecoming tilt and turned out to be more of a swim meet than a football game. The rain had fallen steadily all morning before the game and by game time had let up some but Mills Memorial Stadium resembled a rice-paddie rather than a football field as the game got underway. The halftime festivities were cancelled as Homecoming Queen. Francis Heidt was crowned after the game at the homecoming dance.
At the beginning of the game it appeared that after each team had tried to move the ball several times that it was going to be another night of little offense. But finally Howard found Jimmy Sims in the corner of the end zone standing in a puddle of water and hit him with a 27-yard pass. After Sims got through splashing in the water the officials ruled that he was in the end zone and awarded the Indians six points. The PAT was missed but the Indians led 6-0. Another 27-yard pass to West before the half and a two-point conversion by Edwin Willis put the Indians out in front 14 0 at the half.
The next week of play would find the Indians journeying to Thomasvillc again. This time the competition was a bit tougher as they met the better half of the "Rose City.” The better half was led by quarterback David Lamb, who among being one of the best quarterbacks in the state was one of the best runners. Lamb scored 18 of the Bulldogs 28 points as the Dogs blasted the Indians in their first meeting since 1949.
Another chapter in the continuing story of the Albany-Moultrie clash was ready to be written the next week as the Packers brought their 8-1 machine to the confines of Mills Memorial Stadium.
After the game had ended the Packers had come close to duplicating their 48-0 humilation of the Indians they posted in 1969 as they once again walloped
the Indians. This time by a more merciful 41-0 score. Moultrie’s dynamic duo of Tony Mock and James Stancil ground out over 300 yards on the Indians that night as Albany never mounted any offensive threat.
The final week of the season rolled around with the Indians sporting a 4-5 record. This was identical to the records of the previous two years as Alliany prepared to battle the Trojans. The Indians won the game 26-9 and once again had to thank the Trojans for a break-even 5-5 season. The win over the Trojans gave Albany a share of the city crown with the Monroe Tornadoes. The Indians were 2-1 while the Tornadoes ended 1-0-2.
The backbreaker for the Indians in the Dougherty game was the 83 yard pass from Howard to West with nine seconds showing before halftime that gave the Indians a 14-0 halftime lead. This play was completely unexpected by the Trojans and was probably the single play that sealed the door of defeat on them.
The game ended with the Trojans scoring their only touchdown of the game as time ran out and marked the seventh defeat in a row over the Trojans by the Indians.
The season was far from glorious, yet it had its outstanding moments. Ginsidering the fact that Albany High has been hit by personal problems for the past three years; the first two due to the establishment of Westover and the past year due to the school zoning, the Indians have held their own with most opponents who have not had all these changes facing them. That says a lot about the superior coaching and the high caliber of players at the school. Now that everything has a chance to settle down, there is no reason that in the next few years the Indians will once again become one of the most feared and respected names in Georgia High School Football circles.
Bonnie, Celeste, Peggy and Mary
CELESTE ANDERSON CHARLENE GILLESPIE MARIA SPENCE
Maria, Charlene, Sandy and Judy
MARY HEIDTBottom Row — Don Tate, Steve Hardin, Johnny Payne, I on Dent, Larry West, Clco Johnson, Pete Peterson, Rusty Barto, Jimmy Shemwell Top Row — Harry Prisant, Cordon McKemie, Bert Brimberry. A1 Smith, Brad Oates, Charles Cutliff, Charles Lindsey, Walter Jones
Varsity IndiansBRAD OATES
CHARLES CUTLIFF WALTER JONESB-Team Basketbal
Front Row — Charles Lindsey, David Randall, Randy Barto, Paul Robertson, Randy Dykes, Jim Shemwell
Back Row — Coach Magwood, Mike Ellis, Johnny Coleman, Riachar Wheeler, Robert Conley. William Hall, Leonard Lawrence, Sam ZeiglerB-Team Cheerleaders
118AHS Girls Basketball
Left to Right — Jane Rynolds, Shirly Bright, Angela Mance, Becky Alderman, Mary Ann Kirksey, Dianne Benford, Darlene Driskell, Debra Williams, Kathy Conoly, Karen Lawrence, Sheron Bright. Bonita Bradshaw, Carol Wilson. Jen ErwinDARLENE DRISKEL
MARY ANN KIRKSEYDEBRA WILLIAMS KATHY CONOLY CAROL WILSONAHS Track Team
Front Roto — Elton Hill. Craig Henningfield, Roger Knighton. David Smith. Tommy Lumpkin. Sam Zeigler. Sherman Roberts, Stan Shawver, David Brisbois. Riehie Howard, Roosevelt Coleman. Ed Benton, Larry West, Jim Shemwcll
Bach Row — Coach Henry, Kevin O'Neil, Andy Daniel, Ted Deiler, Steve Hardin, Al Smith. Brad Oates. Charles Cutliff, David Fletcher, Edwin Willis, Cleo Johnson, Jimmy Sims,
Barry Stokes, Coach WillettAL SMITH
EDWIN W ILLIS
124AHS Baseball Team
Front Rote — Roger Knighton. Mike Jones. Barry Stokes. Ted Deiter, Andy Daniel, Pete Peterson, Roosevelt Coleman, Jim Shemwcll
Second Row — Coach Ronnie Archer, Jimmy Sims, Richie Howard. Larry West, Steve Hardin, Cleo Johnson, Bill Clanton, Kevin 0 Neal, Harry PrisanlJIMMY SIMS
LARRY WEST128AHS Boys Tennis
Left to Right — Rusty Barto, Bert Brimberry. Mark Choquette, Ed Newsome
129AHS Girls Tennis
Kneeling, Lxft to Right — Bette Roberson. Barbara Busbee, Patricia Skates, Jan Reynolds, Susan Sheppard. Jo Lanier
Top Row — Sharon Bright, Debra Williams, Wendy Champion, Mary Ann Kirkscy, Darlene Driskell, Diane Benford, Becky Alderman
MARY ANN KIRKSEY
131AHS Golf Team
Front Row, Left to Right — Dennis James, Ray Beegly, Ed Parsons, Larry Hayes Back Row — Gene Calloway, John Rainwater. Chris King, Greg Starkle. Coach Mullis
COACH JAMES MULLIS
CHRIS KING134Thronateeska Editors
Peggy Payne Editor
This annual is dedicated to you. We have produced it for you, the students and faculty. The editors and staff hope that you will enjoy and treasure it.
Deborah Webb Assistant Editor. Feature Editor
Jean Sutton Ad Editor
Bonnie Bridges Faculty Editor
Mark Choquette Sports Editor
Betty Sutton Club Editor
Betts Law Class Editor
Miss Hogg Assistant Literary Advisor
Standing, Left to Right — Deborah Webb, Altimease Pittman, Susan Rich, Marv Ann Kirksey, Yuonita Douglas, Ginny Wangan, Mary Heidt, Darlene Driskell Seated, Left to Right ■— Peggy Payne. Bonnie Bridges, Betty Sutton. Jan Plummer, Susan Sheppard, Sandy Evans. Betts Law, Jean Sutton, Debbie Maincs, Debbie Morris, Jo Lanier, Mark Choquette
DEBORAH WEBB Miss Thronateeska
Mike Lehman Treasurer
Jan Reynolds President
Peggy Lynn Richardson Secretary
Mrs. Tracy Sponsor
Mr. Muilis Becky Alderman Ann Anderson Celeste Anderson
David Branch Bennett Cotton Jack Cronin Johnny Daniels
Betts Law Freida Lindsay John Margeson Phvllis O’Neal Pat OsburnA1 Rakel
Wendy Champion Mary Heidt Karen Lockard Debbie Norris
Jeff WhatleyStudent Council
Celeste Anderson President
Larry Mitchell Vice-President
John Margeson Treasurer
Mrs. Marlene Peace
Coach Ferrell Henry
Mrs. Norma Juhan
Bottom Row, Left to Right — Diane Benford, Terri James. Frances Heidt, Betty Sutton. Patti Gerst, Pam Dunston 2nd Row Billy Whitley, John Margeson, Darlene Driskell, Celeste Anderson, Becky Alderman 3rd Row — Brad Oates, Chuck Rushing, Don Tate, Dan Chatman, Larry West, Mrs. Peace, Sponsor
FRANCES HEIDT Miss Student CouncilJuniors
Left to Right___ Dianne Henderliter, Jo I anier,-Debbie Norris. Patti Bartlett, Debbie Whatley. Debbie Thompson. Susan Sheppard. Paula Donahoe, Mary Heidt,
Curtis Shannon, Debbie Williams, Leon Dent. Alan Spurlin. W endy Champion. Pam Pannell. David Brisbois, David Fletcher, Steve Hardin
Sealed — Donnie Ward. Gregarv Tuck, Ed Riley. Howard Christian
Standing, Left to Right — Rosalyn Berry. Debbie Bullington, Janet Cronin, Maureen Thomas, Judy Mitchell, Joan Griffith, Ginny Fend ley, Beverly Long. Ethel Joiner, Billie Jean Lee. Ann Hardin, Rusty Barto, Jim Bacon. Eugene WilliamsPow Wow Staff
Ty Smith Editor
A1 Seely Typist
Jan Cohen Page Editor
Sharon Costantino Page Editor
Angie Rudderman Page Editor
Bobby Ragan Photographer
Martha Ann Jones Photographer
Dan Chatman Artist
Mrs. Murdock Sponsor
Mr. George Sponsor
BECKY ALDERMAN Miss Pow Wow-
Sitting on Floor— Alisia Swanstrom. Anno Weber, Anita Lessard, Debbie Thompson, Jen Erwin, BaVbara Campbell, Gwen Anderson. Debbie Williams Second Row — Debra Creel, Jane Spence. Ester Mitchell, Melissa Henningfield, Jody Jones, Angela Hills. Jody Stewart Third Row — Kathryn Slaton, Penny Dunlap. Sharon Constantino, Babara Matthews, Becky Becker, Paulette Wicks, Jacquelyn Williams, Dianne Hinderleider Fourth Row — David Wright, Dale Flanigan, Oliver Hun ter, Ed Riley, Howard Christian, Beth Wcstberry, Gail Schlic, Gloria Johnson, Pat Brown, Mrs. Daniels
PURPOSE: To instill
a sense of literary awareness in the students of Albany High School.
143Charlene Gillespie President
Becky Simmons Chaplain
Lynn Worslcy Vice-President
Teresa Fosha Historian
Angie Rudderman Reporter
Lawanna Sherrill Secretary
Bill Clanton Treasurer
Mr. Quinn Andy Barfiedl
Rodney Burlison Teri ColemanCathy Grimes
Shawn WhiteCheryl Albritton Secretary
Debra Paros Treasurer
Larry Burke Parliamentarian
Dennis Parker Chaplain
Paul Slappey Reporter
Lawson Murkeson Sponsor
The purpose of VICA is to teach leadership in the world of work.
Sheryl Dunklelburger Raymond Edwards Rex Faulkner Sue Fender Johnny Gardner Mike Greene
r » Bill Johnson
Brenda Houston James Howell Curtis Inman
Robert Knighton Roger Knighton Cathy Lanier
Willie Martin Jimmy McClung Howard McGee
Ellen Warren LaTasca Williams
Carrie SimsShort Circuits
Ricky Barto President
Bill Pawley Treasurer
Clark McClure Vice-President
Celeste Anderson Bonnie Bridges Peggy fyyne
Sweetheart Sweetheart Sweetheart
PURPOSE: To serve Albany High School and the community by rendering lighting and sound effects in the Albany High School auditorium.
JOY WOMACK Miss Short Circuits
David Branch Tony TarletonLibrary Service Club
Ann Anderson President
Cynthia Randall Reporter
Barbara Busby Vice-President
Nancy Nisbett Treasurer
Left to Right — Mrs. Reid. Patti Branecky, Angela Mance, Amber Smith. Rhonda Henderson. Delores Fellows, Paulette Wicks, Ann Anderson. Johnny Daniels, Nancy Nisbett, Barbara Busby, Barbara Pollock, Wvjohnia Wright, Rosa Arterson, Diane Bridges
149Junior Classical League
Frances Thornton Senior Consul
Pam Dunston Aedile
Jan Reynolds Junior Consul
Corilyn Coleman Praetor
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.
Miss J.C.L. PAM DUNSTON
Tommy Green Quaestor
Miss Tillman Sponsor
150Les Jeunes Reveurs
Seated, Left to Right — Esther Mitchell, Angie Richardson, Terri Duffy. Mary Heidt, Barbara Matthews, Amber Smith. Fleta Collier Standing, Left to Right — Leon Dent, George Dobson, Gregory Tuck, Martin Cowart, Ed Riley, Larry West. Glcndon Rogers. Mr. Jackson
First Row, Left to Right — Don Tate, Elton Hill, Sherman Roberts. Andy Daniels, Kevin O’Neal, Johnny Payne, Ted Deiter, Jimmy Shemwell, David Brisbois, Harry Prisant, James Jackson, Jimmy Sims, Roger Knighton, 2nd Row — Robbv Tomlinson, David Fletcher, Ritchie Howard, George Ort, David Ellis, Ben Dykes, Dan Chatman, Brad Oates. Steve Hardin, Paul Duffy. Larry West, Craig Hemmingfield, John Margeson, David Hayman, Edward Benton, Roosevelt Coleman, 3rd Row — Coach Archer, Coach Magwood, Charlene Gillespie. Judy Hicks, Karen Lawrence, Mar)- Ann Kirksey, Darlene Driskoll, Diane Benford, Celeste Anderson, Peggy Payne, Jan Reynolds, Mary Heidt, Bonnie Bridges. Coach HenryBeta Tri-Hi-Y
PURPOSE: To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community, higher standards of Christian character.
Randy Bullock Sweetheart
Christine Butler President
Dorothy Boyd Vice-President
Brad Oates Sweetheart
Wanda Cromer Secretary
Mrs. Dunn Sponsor
CHRISTINE BUTLER Miss Beta Tri-Hi-YWanda Dupree
Barbara Good roe
Diane HenderleiderEpsilon Tri-Hi-Y
Bonita Bradshaw President
Mrs. Cook Sponsor
Steve Hardin Sweetheart
Jimmy Sims Sweetheart
Debbie Norris Chaplain
PURPOSE: To create, maintain and extend throughout the home, school and community, a higher standard of Christian character.
Robin Yarborough DEBBIE NORRIS
155Betts Law President
Jo I.anier Secretary
Wendy Champion Vice-President
PURPOSE: To create, maintain, and extend throughout the community, high standards of Christian character.
Jane Spence Treasurer
Cathy Martin Chaplain
Paul Duffy Sweetheart
Stewart Hard Sweetheart
World Service Chairman
School Project Chairman
Community Projects Chairman
Mrs. Rutledge Sponsor
PAULA DONAHOE Miss Phi-DeltaDebbie Maine Susan Rich
Joy Womack Marsha Davis
Ann Anderson President
Frances Thorton Reporter
Debra Paros Vice-President
Nancy Randall Sec.-Treas.
Susan Shiver Chaplain
Mrs. Hunt Alpha Advisor
Mark Choquette Sweetheart
David Henshall Sweetheart
NANCY RANDALI Miss Alpha
Marie Salter Peggy Sims
Vicky WillisDavid Wright President
Darvi Williams Parliamentarian
Mr. Robert Graper Sponsor
Patricia Fickel Sweetheart
Miriam Martin Sweetheart
PURPOSE: To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community, high standards of Christian character.
Oliver Hunter Secretary
Raymond Jones Chaplain
FRIEDA LINDSAY Miss Senior Hi-Y
161The A.H.S. Pep Club
Susan Shiver President
The Pep Club is in its second year at Albany High. Its purpose is to support, unite, and boost school spirit by various projects, such as; special pep rally activities, a bonfire, spirit posters, and encouraging attendance at games.
Joy Womack Vice-President
Wendy Champion Secretary
Jo Lanier Treasurer
Oliver Hunter Reporter
Miss Cobb Sponsor
162Stella Kalmon F.T.A
Marilyn Whitman President
Barbara Matthews Vice-President
Anne Weber Secretary
Jane Knight Treasurer
Terri Parslow Chaplain
I K i A oTt VAt
163Future Homemakers of America
Jean Mitchell President
Sheila Phillips Secretary
Sue Fender Vice-President
Barbara Busby Treasurer
1 — To promote a growing appreciation of the
joys and satisfaction of homemaking.
2 — To emphasize the importance of worthy
3 — To encourage in home and community life.
4 — To work for good home and family life.
5 — To promote international goodwill.
6 — To foster the development of creative
leadership in home and community life.
7 — To provide wholesome individual and group
8 — To further interest in home economics.
Dorothy Boyd Historian
Penny Knight Reporter
Mrs. Adams Sponsor
Mrs. Foster Sponsor
Sandra ArcherDebbie Crowe
Karen Lawrence Marion Lewis
Hazel Stutcher Debbie Taylor
The overall objective of FHA is to help individuals improve personal family and community living, now and in the future.
BARBARA BUSBEE Miss FT A
165Future Farmers of America
LEARNING TO DO DOING TO LEARN
EARNING TO LIVE
Gary McGlammery President
LIVING TO SERVE
THE NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR BOYS
STUDYING VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE
Bill Cobb Secretary
Tim Nafziger 'Treasurer
Bruce Hicks Parliamentarian
Henry Rutledge Reporter
Mr. Downing Sponsor
1st Row, Left to Right — Carver Coley, Tim Nafziger, John Straudcr. Jim Phillips, Randy Taylor, Jerry More. Don 1 ™C ! !c 8n.„ u. A1 u , u ,
2nd Row — Mr. Downing, Gary McGlamery, Bill Cobb. Roger Pollock, Ty Slappey, Ray Hudgins, Ronald McConey, at e ler y. i y x, an a t r, j ax wis, Terry IrvinPlatonians
Jo Lanier President
Oliver Hunter Vice-President
Mrs. Mozingo Sponsor
Ginny Wangen Parliamentarian
1st Row, Left to Right —- Ginny Wangen, Martha Ann Jones, Debbie Thompson, Debbie Maines, Leslie Pruitt, Jane Spence, Jean Brown, Jo Lanier, Sharon Costantino 2nd Row — Nancy Bell, Celeste Anderson, Phyllis Simpson, Gail Schlie, Oliver Hunter, Larry Mitchell. Darvi Williams, Joe Gardner
Mike Ellerson President Trombone
Cindy Johnson Sweetheart
Joey Williams Vice-President Bass
Alan Nelms Secretary Sax
PURPOSE: To provide public entertainment and to increase the spirit and interest in school activities.
Dan Chatman Director Organ
Joy Womack SweetheartBarry Pelicano Trumpet
Perry Webb Drums
Robbie Merchant Sax
Gary Mitchcl Trumpet
Mr. Boone Sponsor
Mike Boone Trumpet
Curtis Whittington Trumpet
Evelyn Lewis, Marie Salter, Debbie Norris
170AHS Marching Chiefs
Pam Dunston Drum Majorette
The colorful Albany High School Marching Chiefs, under the direction of Mr. Ernest W. Boone, has done exceptionally well this year. A.H.S. is proud of her band, which always gives an excellent performance. The colorful uniforms are a fitting background for its stirring music.
1st Row, l ft to Right — Donna Buliington, Sheryl Grant, June Reynolds, Marie Salter, Pam Dunston, Curtis Whittington, Darvi Williams, Danny Thomas, Wally Houston, Mike Ellerson
1711st Row, Left to Right — Juanita Jones, Venisr Russ, June Reynolds, Sue Jeter, Kim Nolan. Judy Stewart 2nd Row — Terry Parslow, Donna Bullington, Pam Dun-ston, Barbara Johnson, Debbie Norris, Jenny Fendley, Evelyn Lewis 3rd Row — Lenard Lawrence, Deloris Wcstley, Sheryl Grant, Chris Searles, Charles Ardison, Charles Robinson, Bernard Langly, Marie Salter
1st Row___Gary Willis. Gerald McKnight, Curtis Whittington. Darvi Williams, Jacob Shirley, Nick Young 2nd Row — Barry Pelicano, Mike Boone, Richard Green,
Paul Kennedy, Mark Heard, Johnny Davis
1721st Row — Wayne Shiply. Busier Davis, Greg Starkle, Kim Hawkins, Mike Ellerson 2nd Row — Joe Mitchell. Johnny Rainwater, James McRae, Walley Houston, Danny Thomas, David Cornaire1st Row, Left to Right — Billy Aston, Brence Sell, Willie Collier 2nd Row, Left to Right — Tilmo Sims, Tony Fowler, Joey Williams. Charles Lindsey, Perry Webb, Hutch DeLoach
1st Row. Left to Right — Joey Williams. Gary Mitchell, Pam Dunston. Jenny Findley, Perry Webb 2nd Row, Left to Right — Tommy Chatman. Charles Clark, Dan 174 McMinn. Terry Copeland, Joyce Hill, Randolph Holloway 3rd Row — Buster Davis. Greg Starkel, Kim Hawkins. Mike Ellerson. Mike Boone, Barry Pelicaon, Curtis Whittington, Richard GreenBi-Racial Committee
Standing, Left to Right — Mr. Pierce, Shirley Bright, John Meir, Freddie Bray, Bill Johnson, Anne Hardin, Sharon Bright. John Margeson, Most Wright. Charlene Gillespie, Larry Mitchell, Jo Lanier, Joe Lawrence
Seated, Left to Right — Mrs. Mozingo, Miss Cobb, Celeste Anderson, Mr. Morris, Coach Henry, Mrs. Battle177Homecoming: 1970
Frances Heidt reigned as queen of the 1970 homecoming festivities, October 24. The presentation of the queen and her court — Amber Smith, Phyllis O’Neal, Paula Donahoe, Joy Womack, Maureen Thomas, and Ann Hardin — took place preceding the dance after the Albany-Crisp County football game. David Loden escorted Miss Heidt across the gym where she was crowned by Mr. Pierce.
181Miss AHS 1970-71
JO LANIER1831970 Miss AHS Contestants
Marilyn Whitman, Debbie Norris, Angie Rudderman. Amber Smith. Pam Dunstan. Frances Heidt. Debbie Whatley, Deborah Webb. Nancy Randall, and Darlene DriskellOn the evening of November 20,1970, nineteen beauties aspiring for the title of Miss AHS were presented to an enthusiastic audience. The curtain opened on a scene of the signs of the Zodiac displayed on a wheel imposed on a background of the universe.
The candidates were judged on the basis of talent, beauty, and poise. Mrs. Martha Gargano was Mistress of Ceremonies, giving a commentary on the girls' activities and interests, talent, and evening gowns.
The seven semi-finalists answered individual questions, which was final competition.
After the judges' decisions, the names of the winners were announced and Miss AHS 1970, Jo Lanier, was crowned and presented roses by Betsy Ross, Miss AHS 1969. Miss Ross was assisted by Celeste Anderson, President of the AHS Student Body.
Darlene Driskell is a senior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Driskell. She is a member of the Girls' Basketball Team. Block A, Girls’ Tennis Team, Annual Staff, Pep Club, and the Student Council. For her talent Darlene did a creative dance to the music "Bara-bas.”
Deborah Webb is a senior and the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. P. F. Webb. She is a member of the Beta Club and Co-editor of the annual. For her talent Deborah presented a monologue and a series of slides depicting the characteristics of her Zodiac sign.
Debbie Norris is a junior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Norris. She is a member of Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y, the AHS Band, Student Council. Beta Club, and a majorette. For her talent Debbie twirled to the medley "Hawaii Five-0” and "Thoroughly Modern Millie.”
187Miss Alpha Tri-Hi-Y
Nancy Randall is a senior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Randall. She is a member of the Bela Club and Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. For her talent Nancy did a jazz dance to the music "Midnight Cowboy.”
Christine Butler is a junior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Butler. She is a member of Beta Tri-Hi-Y. For her talent Christine did a song and dance to "Raindrops.”
Miss Block A
Sandy Evans is a junior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Evans. She is a member of Phi-Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, Annual Staff, and a Varsity Cheerleader. For her talent Sandy did a humorous skit based on Hamlet’s soliloquy.
Mary Heidt is a junior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Heidt. She is a member of the Student Council, Pep Club. Phi-Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Bela Club. Annual Staff, and a Varsity Cheerleader. For her talent Mary did a jazz dance to the music of "I'm A Brass Band.”
Angie Rudderman is a senior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Rudderman. She is a member of DECA and the Pow Wow Staff. For her talent Angie sang "Downtown.”
Barbara Busby is a senior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Busby. She is President of FHA, Vice-President of the Library Service Club, and manager of the Girls’ Basketball Team. For her talent Barbara sang "Leaving On A Jet Plane.”
189Amber Smith is a senior and the daughter of Mrs. June Fletcher. She is a member of the French Club and Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. For her talent Amber sang a song she composed herself and accompanied herself on the guitar.
Miss French Club
Marilyn Whitman is a senior and the daughter of Mrs. C. L. Whitman. She is a member of the Beta Club, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, and President of FTA. For her talent Marilyn did a musical skit entitled "The King’s New Clothes.”
Pam Dunstan is a senior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Dunstan. She is a member of JCL, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Student Council, the AHS Band, and is Drum Majorette. For her talent Pam sang a medley of "We’ve Only Just Begun” and "Close To You.”
190Paula Donahoe is a junior and the daughter of Lt. Col. and Mrs. P. J. Donahoe. She is a member of Phi-Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Student Council, and Annual Staff. For her talent Paula did a skit about Romeo and Juliet.
Becky Alderman is a senior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Alderman. She is a member of the Student Council, Beta Club, Girls’ Basketball Team and the Pow Wow Staff. For her talent Becky sang "Whatever Will Be Will Be.”
Miss Pow Wow
Jo Lanier is a junior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Lanier. She is a member of the Annual Staff, Secretary of Phi-Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Vice-President of Beta Club, Treasurer of Pep Club, President of Platonians, and Secretary of Student Council. For her talent Jo played a medley of "Bach B Major" and "Raindrops” on the organ.
191Miss Senior Hi-Y
Frieda Lindsey is a senior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Lindsey. She is a member of Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Beta Club, and Pep Club. For her talent Frieda danced to the music of "The Look of Love.”
Joy Womack is a junior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Womack. She is a member of Phi-Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Vice-President of Pep Club, and sweetheart of the ROGB. For her talent Joy did a humorous skit about her first dance.
Miss Short Circuit
Miss Student Council
Frances Heidt is a senior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Heidt. She is a member of the Student Council. For her talent Frances did a jazz dance to the music "Keem-o-Sabe.”
Debbie Whatley is a junior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Whatley. She is a member of Phi-Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, Student Council. For her talent Debbie played a piano solo, "Rustle of Spring.”
These are the favorites chosen by the members of the senior class to represent them — the 1970-71 Seniors. The choice is made on the basis of personality and achievement. With this honor also comes a responsibility, for their actions and thoughts are a representation of the class.
196197204MIKE LEHMAN, Star Student
Star Student and Teacher
Each year a STAR Student is chosen in a program sponsored by the Georgia Chamber of Commerce. In each high school a student is chosen who has shown outstanding scholastic achievement. The recipient must be in the upper 10 percent of his class and must make the highest score on the SAT test. The teacher is selected by the student as the one who has been the greatest influence on him. This year Mike Lehman was chosen as STAR Student and he chose Mrs. Frances Looney as the STAR Teacher.
PATTI ALBERT — Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y BECKY ALDERMAN - Basketball. Tennis. Beta Club CHARLES ALTON — Senior Hi-Y
ANN ANDERSON — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. Pep Club. JCL. Beta Club. Library Service Club CELESTE ANDERSON — Cheerleading. Student Council President. Beta Club. Civinettes LINDA BAILEY — Band, DECA GERALDINE BARBER — Pep Club ANDY BARFIELD — Football, Senior Hi-Y RICKY BARTO — Short Circuits, Tennis GLORIA BASS — Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y BECKY BECKER — Pep Club, Scribe, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y NANCY BELL — Phi-Delta Tri-Hi-Y. Scribe, Platonians DIANE BENFORD — Anchor Club, Basketball. Tennis, Beta Club, Student Council, Superlative MELVIN BENTON PATTI BIRD
DAVID BRANCH — Band. ROGB. Short Circuits, Beta Club BONNIE BRIDGES — Captain of Cheerleaders, Civinettes, Sweetheart of Short Circuits, Senior Superlative DIANE BRIDGES — Library Service Club SHARON BRIGHT — Basketball, Tennis ROOSEVELT BRILEY
BARBARA BROOKSHIRE — Phi-Delta Tri-Hi-Y. Pep Club, Spanish Club, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y EMMARINE BROWN — Library Service Club MARGARET BROWN VALERIE BROWN — Platonians, F.H.A.
RICKY BUFFI — Senior Hi-Y
RANDY BULLOCK — Povv Wow Staff, Beta Tri-Hi-Y Sweetheart
LARRY BURKE —VICA
BECKY BUSBEE — Pep Club, F.H.A.
BARBARA BUSBY — Library Service Club, F.H.A., Pep Club, Manager of Basketball Team NEIL BUZZARD — ROGB, Senior Superlative, B-Tcam Football
BARBARA CAMPBELL — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. Scribe Staff JULIE CANNON — VICA
JAMES CARSWELL — Manager of Football, Baseball, and Track Teams JANICE CARTER — Pep Club. Alpha Tri-Hi-Y BILLY CARVER — VICA EMILY CAVOZOS
RICHARD CELAYA — Senior Hi-Y, B-Team Football DAN CHATMAN — Student Council, Varsity Football. ROGB.
Senior Hi-Y, Senior Superlative MARK CHOQUETTE — Sports Editor of Annual SHERRY CHILDERS CLAUDIA CLYDE CAROL COHEN JAN COHEN — Pow Wow Staff
CAROLYN COLEMAN — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Junior Classical League
ROOSEVELT COLEMAN — Football. Baseball RUDELLA COLLIER BILL COLLINS
SHARON COSTANTINO — Pow Wow Staff, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Platonians, Scribe Staff
THURSTON CRAW FORD — VICA ROBERT CREEL — President of VICA JERRY CREWS
JACK CRONIN — Beta Club, Annual Staff CHRISTINE CROSS
CHARLES CUTLIFF — Basketball, Track DIANE CUTLIFF
JOHNNY DANIELS — Beta Club, Senior Hi-Y. Library Service Club
PAM DAVIS — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y DANIEL DAVIS ROSALIND DAVIS
YOUNITA DOUGLAS — Beta Club. Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Junior Classical League DARLENE DRISKELL — Basketball
PAUL DUFFY — Interact. Football. Track. Block A, Senior Superlative DOLLY DUKE
PAM DUNSTON — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Junior Classical League, Drum Majorette BEN DYKES — DECA. Football. Block A R M MOND EDWARDS — VICA
MIKE ELLERSON — ROGB. Band, Student Council, Soph. Class Officer
PATRICIA FICKEL — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. Senior Hi-Y Sweetheart DEL FLANNIGAN — Library Service Club, Scribe Staff RICKY FLETCHER — B-Team Football, Basketball, Senior Superlative
KENNY FORD — Football. Basketball, Track PATTY GERST — Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club. Student Council. Pow Wow Staff DANNY GILL
CHARLENE GILLESPIE — Cheerleader, Beta Club, DECA, Student Council JEAN GOODMAN — Beta Tri-Hi-Y, DECA TOMMY GREEN — Junior Classical League KAREN GREENE
MIKE GREEN — Civitan, VICA. Football DAVID FALLIN TERESA FOSHA — DECA LARRY GRIZZARI)
BOBBY HAIRE — Band
PAM HART — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y
KIM HAWKINS — Band
DAVID HAYMAN — Football, Block A
MARI HEARD — Band, Senior Hi-Y
DAVID HENSHALL — Band. Alpha Tri-Hi-Y Sweetheart
PAULA HEWETT — DECA. Alpha Tri-Hi-Y
RANDY HOLLAND — DECA
STEPHEN HOLLOWAY — Spanish Club. Beta Club SHEILA HOLT
GREGORY HORTON — VICA BRENDA HOUSTON BUTCH HOW E — Senior Hi-Y JAMES HOWELL — VICARICKY HUDSON
STEVE HUDSON — Basketball
OLIVER HUNTER — Scribe, Pow Wow, Platonians, Senior Hi-Y
CURTIS INMAN — VICA JAMES JACKSON LEONORE JAMES
TERRI JAMES — TAW, Student Council JERRY JETER — F.F.A., VICA BARBARA JOHNSON — Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y CHARLIE JOHNSON KEN JOHNSON
RONALD JOHNSON — Football, Band WILLIAM JOHNSON
MICHAEL JONES — B-Team Football, Senior Hi-Y
RAYMON JONES — ‘Senior Hi-Y
JIMMY JUSTICE — Basketball, Track
ROGER KARN — Pow Wow
YVONNE KELLY — Band, Pep Club, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y
DOROTHY KNIGHT — Beta Club, F.T.A., Pep Club, Annual Staff
ROBERT KNIGHTON — VICA
ROGER KNIGHTON — Football, Baseball, VICA
CATHY LANIER — Library Service Club, VICA
BETTS LAW — Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y. Beta Club, Student Council
KAREN LAWRENCE — Basketball Pep Club, F.H.A.
MIKE LEHMAN — Student Council, Spanish Club, Beta Club EVELYN LEWIS — Majorette MARION LEWIS
FRIEDA LINDSEY — Pep Club, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Band, Beta Club
DWIGHT LOCKHART JERRY LOKEY — Football ARTHUR LUMPKIN
TOMMY LUMPKIN — Football, Senior Hi-Y, Block A JACK MALONE
JOHN MARGESON — Football, Pres, of Senior Class, Senior Superlative PATRICIA MARSHALL
KATHY MARTIN — VICA. Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club MIRIAM MARTIN — Platonians. Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Library Service Club W ILLIE MARTIN — VICA CAROLYN McBURNETT JANICE McCALL — Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y JOHN McCOLLUM DONNA McCORKLE — DECA WALTER McGEE — VICA DEBBIE McMILLAN LISA MEDLOCK ROBBIE MERCHANT LINDA MILLER — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y AUDREY MIMS — Pep Club, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y VERDELLE MINGO JEAN MITCHELL — F.H.A.
DEBBIE MORRIS — Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y GEORGE NAYLOR — DECA
MARILYN NEALY — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. Pep Club ROSA NELSON — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y MELVIN NEW ELL — F.F.A.. VICA JOY NEWSOME — Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y. Pep Club BRAD OATES — Football, Basketball, Student Council, Senior Superlative CAROLE ODOM
PHYLLIS O'NEAL — Beta Club, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club GEORGE ORT — Basketball, Senior Hi-Y, National Winner of Oratorical Contest PAT OSBURN — Beta Club. Pep Club, Phi Delta and Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. Senior Class Officer
DENNIS PARKER — F.F.A., VICA
DEBRA PAROS — VICA, Vice Pres. Alpha Tri-Hi-Y
BILL PAULEY — Short Circuits
PEGGY PAYNE — Sec. of Soph, and Jr. Classes, Cheerleader.
V. Pres. Senior Girls, Annual Editor, Senior Superlative GARY PEEK — VICA, Senior Hi-Y JO ANNE PEEK — Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y BOBBY PETRECCA
SHEILA PHILLIPS — F.H.A., VICA ANN PINSON — F.H.A.
ALTIMEASE PITTMAN —'Pep Club JAN PLUMMER — Pep Club, Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y. Band ROSEMARY PLUMMER — Pep Club. Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y CHRIS POLK — Beta Club, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y SAMMY POLLARD — VICA
PAULA POLLOCK — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Library Service Club, F.H.A.
CLAUDE PRESTON — Kappa Gamma Sweetheart, VICA HARRY PRISANT — Manager of Football. Baseball, Basketball Teams, Block A, Senior Hi-Y JIM PROTHRO DON PYE
RHONDA RACHALS — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y MONA RAFEEDIE BOBBY RAGAN AL RAKEL — Beta Club
NANCY RANDALL — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Student Council, Beta Club
AL SEELY — Pow Wow Staff GAYLE REESE BUSTER RENFROE
SUSAN REV ELL — Thespians, Scribe Staff JAN RENOLDS — Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y. JCL, Beta Club, Basketball
JUNE RENOLDS — Band, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Beta Club
PEGGY RICHARDSON — Beta Club, TAW, Valedictorian
MATTIE RIGGINS — Band
PERRY REGISTER — DECA
PATTIE RENAUE — F.H.A., VICA
SHERMAN ROBERTS — Senior Hi-Y, Football, Track
AILEEN ROBERSON — Beta Club
CHARLES ROBINSON — Band
GLENN ROGERS — DECA
GLENDON ROGERS — French Club
JEFF ROSS — Football, Track. Baseball
ANGIE RUDDERMAN — Spanish Club, DECA
CHUCK RUSHING — Senior Hi-Y. Band, Student Council
MARIE SALTER — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Beta Club. Head MajoretteLEWIS SANDERS
LAWANA SHERRILL — DECA, Phi Della and Alpha Tri-Hi-Y
SUSAN SHIVER — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. Pep Club
CHERYL SMALLEY — Band, DECA
AMBER SMITH — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Basketball, French Club
JIMMY SMITH — DECA
FORD SNELLING — DECA
FRANK SPARGO — Band, Scribe
JANE SPENCE — Plalonians, Beta Club, Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y DEBBIE SPRING PAM STEPHENS
PATRICIA STEPHENS — Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y SAMMY STEPHENS
SHERRI STRICKLAND — Kappa Gamma and Alpha Tri-Hi-Y BETTY SUTTON — Civinettes, Senior Superlative, Student Council. Annual Staff JEAN SUTTON — Beta Club, Student Council. Annual Staff, Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y MALINDA SUTTON — Pep Club, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y LINDA SWAN JOHN SWIFT
DON TATE — Student Council, Manager of Football. Basketball, Track and Baseball Teams LINDA TAYLOR — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club VICKIE TINSLEY DANNY THOMAS — Band MARJORIE THOMAS
FRANCES THORNTON — Beta Club, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, JCL, Senior Class Officer, Pep Club CHARLES THORNTON PATRICIA TOMBS — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y MICHELE TOPSHE DANNY TRAMMELL CARL VonSCHLICHTEN
DEBORAH WEBB — TAW, Beta Club, Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Co-Editor of Annual ANNE WEBER — FTA, JCL, Pep Club, Student Council, Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y GARY WEST — DECA JUDY WEST — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y
LARRY WEST — Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, Student Council, Senior Superlative BETH WESTBERRY — Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Beta Club JERRY WHITE
RANDY WHITFIELD — Beta Club, Senior Hi-Y BILLY WHITLEY — Jr. Class Officer, Senior Superlative, Student Council, Senior Hi-Y MARILYN WHITMAN — FTA, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. Pep Club PAULETTE WICKS — Scribe, Library Service Club JANICE WILKINSON — F.H.A.
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LATASKA WILLIAMS — Beta Club, Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y, JCL, VICA
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906 N. Slappey FLORISTS - GARDEN SUPPLIES - PETS
Best Wishes to the Class of 71
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ALBANY WAREHOUSE COMPANY
Albany, GeorgiaCompliments of
RETAIL FURNITURE DEALERS ASSOCIATION
ABC Furniture Co.
Albany Housefurnishing Co. Brown Furniture Co.
Carter Home Furnishings Gerst Bros. Furniture Co.
Home Furniture Co.
Home Supply Furniture Co.
J J Furniture Co.
Loosier of Albany Furniture Co. Miles Furniture Co.
Morrow-Cook Furniture Co. Newcomb, Inc.
Phillips Moving Storage Co. Rhodes, Inc.
Suburban Furniture Wade Furniture Co.
Northside Shopping Center
910 N. Jefferson Phone HE 6-7272
MEDICAL ARTS PHARMACY
412 Fourth Ave. Phone HE 6-3838
SHUMAN SUPPLY CO. OF ALBANY
"Georgia's Largest" Building Material 626 Roosevelt Ave.Compliments of
BANK TRUST COMPANY
3 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
• Main Office Ne'Xt 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 —
235U£e Citizens Southern SBanh
SERVING AND GROWING WITH ALBANY SINCE 1890
THREE CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
MAIN OFFICE BRANCH
MARINE CORPS FACILITY
— Washington and Oglethorpe
— Slappey Drive and Dawson Road
— Marine Corps Supply Depot
Your One and Only Bank
McDonald SHEET METAL WORKS
1015 Oglethorpe Ave. Albany, Georgia
21 4 Pine Ave. Albany, Georgia
KNIGHT ELECTRIC COMPANY
Contractors and Repair
1 302 W. Broad Avenue Albany, Georgia
JIMMY KNIGHT MACK KNIGHT
MARY CARTER PAINTS Craft Department Upstairs
630 W. Oglethorpe 436-5197 Albany, Ga.
HAL AND ED’S MEN’S WEAR
WAKEFORD INS. AGENCY
Albany, Georgia 238 Pine Ave.
SETS THE STYLE at A.H.S.
Downtown Merry Acres
105 N. Washington 1406 Dawson Rd.
237Compliments of Compliments of
ALBANY WELDING UNION STOCK YARD
AND sale Wednesday 1:00 P.M.
1600 N. Jefferson St. Albany, Georgia W. M. STORY, Owner Albany, Georgia 432-7919 432-7011ALBANY
435-3026 Corner Oglethorpe and Slappey Albany, Ga.
MEEKS ELECTRIC COMPANY
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AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Contracting Heating Air Conditioning Appliances Service
401 Pine Avenue • Albany, Georgia
212 N. Washington Midtown Shopping Ctr.
Phone 6-4621 Phone 5-8941
3 Blocks from Mills Stadium
Congratulations, Seniors Congratulations Seniors '71
W. T. GRANT CO. ASTON'S ONE HOUR CLEANERS
17 Midtown Shopping Center Albany, Georgia 5th and Slappey
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