Albany High School - Thronateeska Yearbook (Albany, GA)
- Class of 1972
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THRONA TEE SKA
ALBANY HIGH SCHOOL
LIBRARYTABLE OF CONTENTS
Classes..........................19834I’ve got nothing to do but watch the passers by8. . . and they don’t see it showing,
why do I?
Maybe not, oh, but we can only try.15Mater
nd ol’ school,
school that we love in honor we'll
of the brave and
You 're a You're th And for eve
A Ima mater dear; we you revere, The boa bold
Every heart beats true One and all we're for you 1 our memory we e'er ill bless; should (iAuld acquain be forgot.
Here's to you dear old AHS.Dedication
Think of all the men who never knew the answers.
Think of all those who never even eared.
Still there are those who ask why.
Who want to know — who dare to try.
Every now and then we meet that kind of man . . .
The 1972 Thronateeska Staff is proud to dedicate this annual to the Indians' Head Coach
Ferrell HenryKiwanis and McIntosh Awards
The KIWANIS and McINTOSH awards are the most coveted honors which can 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.
Mary Heidt is the senior girl who is the recipient of the KIWANIS award, and Johnny Payne is the senior boy who is the recipient of the McINTOSH award.
JOHNNY PAYNEEditor’s Message
Today . . . these moments and hours that make up the day for us, the students, are hard to remember some-'imes. The todays soon fade into another year. In this yearbook we have tried to capture the feelings of the students, the happenings we experienced, and the people we knew this year. The excitement of life; working to create, to learn, and to express ourselves; appreciating the real value of friendships; the little daily joys and accomplishments; the way we think about ourselves and our surroundings; the sharing and closeness between ourselves and others; these feelings are a part of us . . . today.
SUSAN SHEPPARD Editor-in-chuf of thr Thronatreska
It never promised earthly manThronateeska Staff
Sandy Evans Becky Grist Debbie Maines Mary Anne Kirksey
Faculty Editor Faculty Editor Club Editor Club Editor
Lisa Satterfield Class Editor
Joe Eyles Sports Editor
Johnny Payne Sports Editor
Ted Deiter Sports Editor
Ginny Wangen Class Editor
Susan Rich Ads Editor
Anne Hardin Ads Editor
Mrs. Mary Futch AdvisorRandy Wilson
MISS THRONATEESKA CAROL MILLS
The value of youth lies not so much in its vitality, as in its idealism, its desire to mold life into something worthwhile. It lies not so much in youth casting an eye toward that which has yet to be done.
As we review the memories, the unspoken thoughts of the year past, perhaps it would be wise to consider such things. Let us, in so doing, try to find some meaning to life deeper than the classes, the movies, the parties that took up so much of our time. Perhaps by glancing at ourselves in the "mirror” this annual affords us, we may be better enlightened as to precisely what it is we’re seeking.
LARRY MITCHELL. President of the Student Bodythe Tribe
Everyday wr as teenagers are challenged by ideas and beliefs of which wo arc not sure of and of which we lack understanding. Most of us question these ideas and try to set our own values which wc believe arc right. I have found something this year that I believe in and that is Albany High School. You can not believe in a building, so I must believe in the people in it. There is a feeling among the students of Albany High that I wish could be felt everywhere. It is a feeling of belonging, of needing, of hoping, of understanding, and of loving, all put together in one. We each come to school needing something whether we know it or not, and somehow Albany High answers our needs. Each of us will remember something special about this year. I shall remember serving as vice-president of the best student body anywhere.
I- K 1 MORGAN. Vice-President of the Student Body
Queen Debbie Norris
Caro! Mills Becky Grist
Escort — Pete Petersen Escort — Ricky Hankins
Betty Payne Escort — Jimmy Davis
Debra Coleman Escort — Charles Britain
28Pick you up al seven
Date: Oct. 30 Mood: Spirited . . . Exuberant Event: AHS Homecoming
Cheerleaders fire up a first place
HEY INDIANS — Clap your hands!
Firin’em up —
For a touchdownThese Are the Beginnings
Call il as it f
A door opens to ... a new day.
30 Come on Indians — do your thing!of Something Big!
Hi. Sports fans! Howard Cosell here . . .
To dance or not to dance that is the question.
31Senior SuperlativesMary Heidt Johnny Payne
Wendy Champion Jeff GreeneAnne Toms AI Smith
37Jan Busbee Walter JonesSandy Evans Ted DeiterDebbie Maines Brockey BrockPam Rogers David Fletcher42
Pat Myers Bert BrimberryDebbie Norris Allen Spurlin
43Susan Sheppard Pete PetersenTerri Duffy Steve Hardin
Miss AHS 1971-72
Belay Bradley 1st Runner-Up
Dr blur Norris 2nd Runner-UpMiss Alpha Tri-Hi- Y Connie Holton
Miss Beta Tri-Hi- Y Sherry Turner
Miss Cheerleader Maria Spence
Miss Deca Pat Myers
Miss French Club Angie Turner
Miss Epsilon Tri-Hi- Y Jenny Findlay
52Miss FT A Cheryl Powell
Miss JCL Irma Oliver
Miss Library Service Club Susan Yakots
54Miss Pep Club Gena Kay Shealy
Miss Phi Delta Twila Wortman
Miss ROGB Lisa Satterfield
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55Miss Short Circuits Sue Bac on
Miss Thronateeska Carol Mills
Miss Senior Hi-Y Barbara Johnson
Each year a SIAK STL DENT is chosen in a program sponsored hy the Georgia Chamber of Commerce. In each high school a student is chosen who has shown outstanding scholastic achievement. The recipient must he in the upper 10 per cent of his class and must make the highest score on the SAT test.
THIS YEAR THERE WERE TWO STUDENTS WHO TIED, JOE GARNER AND JEFF WHATLEY.
57Albany High School Indians
FROM ROW . Lr(i to BON NIK BLAYLOCK. SUE BACON. NANCY JOINER. ANN HARDIN. STEVE HARDIN. RANDY DYKES. BARRY STOKES. RICHIE HOWARD. MIKE DOLLAR. JOHNNY PAYNE. JUDY HICKS. MARIA SPENCE. SANDY EY A NS. MARY HEIDT. SECOND ROW: ALLEN HATCHER. THEO JACOBS. CEDRIC ANDERSON. GREGORY TUCK. CLEO JOHNSON. KEVIN O’NEAL. MIKE BAXTER. RANDY BARTO. DAVID SMITH. JAY DALLAS. RICKY CODW IN. JIMMY I SSERY. JESSIE LEWIS. ED NEWSOME. TED DEITER THIRD ROW COACH RONNIE ARCHER. COACH FERRELL HENRY. EDDIE HAMMOND. LARRY HAYES. DAVID BRISBOIS. JEFF GREENE. ED BENTON. CLARENCE ISLER. RICKY SPENCE. TOM CIDDF.NS. PAUL ROBERTSON. JEFF HOBAUGH. TOM SHEMWEl.l.. LOR IN LIGHTEN. DON FOWLER. CRAIG HENNINGFELD. COACH DARRELL WILLETT. COACH KEN ALLEN. FOURTH ROW: SAM ZKIGLER. MIKE SW |N. BROCKF.Y BROCK. DON CROOM. CHARLES KENDRICK. NATHANIEL HENDERSON. ANDY DANIEL. BRUCE HICKS. BOB GILMORE. MARTY THOMAS. JIMMY SIMS. DAVID FLETCHER. J. TOM MORGAN. ROBBY TOMLINSON. EDDIE SMITH
A.H.S. Coaching Staff
COACH UIIJJE MAGWOOD BT«-,m. COACH FF.RRF.I I HENRY Head Garb. COACH DARREI.I W ILLETT - Offrnutr Line. COACH KEN ALLEN Drfm»itv Co , h. COACH RONNIE ARCHER Olfr..»iv.- IU.UkI.I
The 1971 Albany High football edition started out much like the 1970 edition. Born amid the confusion of school busing and rezoning, the team went to camp with less than 45 warm bodies.
As camp rolled on, tin 45 bodies became 40 and then as the camp was about to break up after two weeks of jungle duty in the wilds of Lee County the 45 had dwindled to 38. Fortunately the 38 were all football players intent on doing just one thing when the season opened tin first few days after school started.
They had one thing in mind and that was the upper most thing for the ’71 Indian grid edition. To beat the Patriots was their goal. Finally the Saturday night arrived for the game.
The Saturday night game saw over 6,000 folks gathered at Mills Memorial Stadium as the Indians prepared lo battle their bitter but brief rivals, the Westover High Patriots. The Indians were rated as underdogs in some quarters as the Patriots outweighed the Indians at almost every position. The Indians however came out and blasted the Pats. 43-8. It was to be the biggest win of the season.
Nobody could guess that many of those players that the Pats had used that night against the Indians would be wearing Orange and Green in several weeks when the Indians played the Monroe High Tornadoes in the annual slug-out at Mills Memorial Stadium. The new school busing zones went into effect after the Albany-Westover game and many players that had been at Westover suddenly found themselves at Albany High.
With the addition of these new players both varsity and junior varsity, Albany High suddenly had over 80 players. Most of them were sophomores and their presence will not really be felt until next year. But they were a great addition to the team and will really be a fine group of ball players if they have what it takes to stick out a three year tenure at Albany High.
6162RANDY DYKES Junior — End
BARRY STOKES Senior — Quarterback
Senior — Quarterback
Senior — Linebacker
63JOHNNY PAYNE Senior — Linebacker
CEDRIC ANDERSON Junior — Halfback
64Luckily the new transferees from Westover didn’t have a hall game to play after their game with Albany as the Indians had an open date to prepare for the Monroe High Tornadoes. The Indians went into the Monroe game with revenge in their eye as the Tornadoes had beaten them for three years in a row. Albany did manage a quick safety in the first quarter that gave them a 2 0 lead. The lead was short lived as Monroe scored a TD to take an 8-2 halftime lead.
Albany scored in the second quarter with Ted Deiter carrying the ball. The PAT was missed as Albany tied the Tornadoes 8-8 as the two teams went into the dressing rooms at the half.
In the second half the Indians took the kickoff and after a sensational pass from Richie Howard to Cleo Johnson the Indians led, 14-8. The following kickoff was perhaps the longest onsides kick in high school football. The squib kick slithered down to the Monroe four yard line where no one apparently wanted it except an Albany player as it was claimed at the four. Ted Deiter again carried it over as the Indians led 20-8. The PAT was good as Albany led 21-8. This was not good enough though as the Tornadoes battled back to win the game 22-21 and continue their jinx over Albany.
The next week the Indians played perhaps one of their worst games of the season as they gathered a sour-sweet 6-0 win over Central of Thomas-ville. This was only a prelude to the large crowd that was to be at the stadium the next Friday night as the Indians were to host the Wildcats from Valdosta.
There need be only two things said about this game. Stanley Bounds and Stan Rome. The Cats took a 28-8 halftime lead into the dressing room ami then coasted to 41-8 w in. The only consolation the Indians got from the game was the fact that their eight points on the "Cats" were the most scored on them up to that point. The Indians also held the Bazemore point producing machine to only 41 points. That was a game to be forgotten.
After the Valdosta game in which many players were injured the Indians next met the Bainbridge High Bearcats. The Indians bounced back with a 26-14 victory and were sporting a 2-2 mark with the Tift County Blue Devils next. The Devils had edged the Indians out 3-0 last year here in Albany.
Albany jumped out in front quickly with a 6-0 lead but the Blue Devils finally came back and scored before the half on a run by their big fullback. Theopolis Bryant. They led at the half, 7-6. Both teams threatened with time running out in the game but in the end it was a fumble caused by Lorin Lichten that caused the Indians to win the game. Lichten forced Tift quarterback Mike Coleman to give up the ball and then with less than two minutes left in the game quarterback Richie Howard let fly with a ball that was caught on the goal line by Robbie Tomlinson. The Indians scored giving them a 13-7 win over the Blue Devils. That was one of the most satisfying wins of the season.
From good to bad went the Indians the next week as they traveled to Crisp County where after a brilliant run back by Cleo Johnson the Indians took a quick 7-0 lead. However it was short lived as the Indians failed to do anything else during the game and lost it 20-7.
65GREGORY TUCK Junior — Flanker
CLEO JOHNSON Senior — End
Senior — Halfback
Senior — Halfback6768
JAY DALLAS Junior — Halfbark
RICKY GODWIN Junior — HalfbackNexl week was homecoming ami the Indians faced possibly one of the best teams in the region. After leading 14-0 at the half we failed to score again as they came back to tie us 14-14 as time was running out.
Following the tie with the Bulldogs the Moultrie Packers were next. Once again the Pack put it to the Indians for another defeat in the long line of losses to Moultrie since 1961. A 28-0 shutout in the Packers stadium was the only time during the year that Albany failed to score. The loss was hard to take, for many Indians supporters thought this was the year that we would beat the Packers.
Finally the season finale rolled around with the Trojans. This was to be the let down of the season as the Trojans scored first and led at the half but after the halftime break it was all over for them. The Trojans behind the running of Nathaniel Green and Gromoski Section tells me that some of the younger players that stood on the side line during that game with Dougherty were dedicating themselves to the fact that it would be a cold day in November before the Trojans would heal the Indians again.
There were several players that played well during the year and would deserve mention here. But due to space and time I will not mention them since if you are an Albany High fan you know who they are anyway.
Anyway time is short so let me say that even though space doesn't permit it there were several times during the year that the Indians played well enough to be rated with the best of teams. All in all it wasn’t such a bad season particularly when I think of the Thomasville and Tifton games.
69JIMMY USSERY Junior — Halfback
LL NtWhUML Junior — Halfback
TED DEITER Senior — HalfbackJEFF GREENE Senior — Guard
CLARENCE ISLER Sophomore — End
ED BENTON Senior — Middle Guard
RICKY SPENCE Junior — GuardTOM GIDDENS Junior — Guard
PAUL ROBERTSON Junior — Guard
JEFF HOBAUGH Junior — End
TOM SH EM WELL Junior — Tackle75DON FOWLER Junior — Tackle
BROCKEY BROCK Senior — Tackle£2 V
Sophomore — Tackle
Junior — End
Senior — End
Senior — Tackle78
Senior — Linebacker
ROBBY TOMLINSON Senior — EndRenegades
FRONT ROW: MARTY THOMAS. LORIN LIGHTEN. CLARENCE ISLER. ED BENTON. CHARLES KENDRICK. JOHNNY PAYNE. SECOND ROW: LARRY HAYES. RANDY BARTO. JIMMY SIMS. DAVID FLETCHER. CLF.O JOHNSON. STEVE HARDIN. KEVIN O’NEAL.
FRONT ROW ROBBY TOMLINSON. CRAIG HENNINGFELD. JEFF' GREENF1. DAVID BRISBOIS. RICKY SPENCE. BROCKFY BROCK. BOB GILMORE. SECOND ROW TED DF.ITF.R. GREGORY TI CK. MIKE BAXTER. RANDV DYKES. RICHIE HOW ARD. STEVE HARDIN. CLEO JOHNSON.
79A.H.S. Varsity Cheerleaders
SANDY EVANS Caput in
Co-CaptainAlbany Braves 71-72
SITTING: Tony Grimes. Willy Holmes. Terry Shepherd. Grant Shields. Barry Bailey. Roger Bridges. Carl Smith. James Allen. Greg Clark. KNEELING: Vince Holley. James Williams. Donald Freeman, David Yaw, Bobby Watkins. Jimmy Roberts, Robert Jackson, Ernest Worthy. Ken Ferrell. Charles Wesley. Sandy Jacobs, manager. STANDING: John Shiloh, Charlie Johnson. Chuck Dority, John Lamsy, Jim Young, Cliff Martin, Brad Rice, Jimmie Davis. Chris Poole. John Hinson. Jack Hilliard. Coach Magwood.
1971 SEASON RECORD
Dougherl y 18 Albany 8
Westovcr 0 Albany 26
Monroe 0 Albany 14
Westovcr 0 Albany 0
Moultrie 14 Albany 0
Bui n bridge 0 Albany 14
Bainbridge 16 Albany 38
Monroe 0 Albany 38
Coach MagwoodA.H.S. B-Team Cheerleaders
KAREN DOLLAR ROBIN ELZIA LUANNE HUGHES
JAN TURNERLeft to Right: Leon Dent. RanHv Barto. Pete Petersen, Cleo Johnson. Mike Lunday, Bert Brimberry, A1 Smith. Gordon McKemie, Walter Jones, Steve Hardin. Nelson Harris, Johnny Payne. KNEELING: Coach Dixon.
86STEVE HARDIN — FORWARDNELSON HARRIS — FORWARD
MIKE LUNDAY — FORWARD
8990BERT BRIMBERRY — FORWARD
RANDY BARTO — GUARD
LEON DENT — GUARD
GORDON McKEMIE — FORWARDRegion 1-AAA Champions
9293Albany High B-Team Basketball
FRONT ROW. Left to Right: Jimmie Lee. Sidney Maner. Cordon Duffy. Ray Wallace, Jim Mclnerny, Major Dublin. Mike Bowen. SECOND ROW: Marty Elton. Robert Cauley. Jack Hil liard. Nathaniel Henderson. Brad Rice. Jack Evans. Coach Magwood.Albany High Girls Basketball
KNEELING. Left to Right: Sharon Gafford. Faye Carter. Susan Holman, Ann Mitchell, Diane Bond. Alanda Causey. Jen Erwin. Deborah Coleman. STANDING. Left to Right: Miss Man-nen. Nancy Kory. Bonita Bradshaw. Melissa Oates. Mary Ann Kirkaey. Kathy Conoly. Nancy Kirksey. Lou English, Donna Benford. Coach Allen.
96JEN EWRIN — FORWARD
ANNE MITCHELL — FORWARD99MARY ANNE KIRKSEY — GUARD
NANCY KIRKSEY — GUARD
DIANE BOND — FORWARDFRONT ROW: Theo Jacobs. Clifford Lewis. Bob Gilmore. Marly Thomas. Mike Dollar. Tom Seegmuller. Cedric Anderson. Jay Dallas. Johnny Coleman. Charlie Johnson. Tom Giddens. Tom Shemwell. SECOND ROW: Eddie Smith. Gilbert Hind. Vince Hooey. David Smith. Cliff Martin. Frankie Perry. Jerry Bullington, Jimmie Lee Gardner. Greg Clark. Jimmy Davis. Brad Rice. Tony Grimes. Jeff Hobaugh. Randy Barto. Brockey Brock. Sam Zeigler. THIRD ROW: Coach Henry. Alan Hatcher, Larry Hayes. Nathaniel Henderson. Robert Jackson. Clarence Isler, Carl Smith. Kevin Dye. David Taw. Terry Shepherd. Jim Young. J. Tom Morgan, Eddie Hammond. Bruce Shaw. Ed Newsome. FOURTH ROW: Jessie Lewis. Roger Bridges, Ray Wallace, Jim Medlin, Charles Kendrick. John Lamoy. Ellis Wade. Dye Johnson. William W'hite. Lloyd Croy. Bruce Hicks. Ricky Spence. Jeff Sinyard, Kevin Marker!, Chuck Doriety. Paul Robertson.
105A.H.S. Baseball Team
»RICHIE HOWARD BARRY STOKES KEVIN MARKERT
Coach Archer, Andy Daniel, Tom Shemwell, Kevin O’Neal, Mike Bulls. Chris King, Jeff Greene, Steve Hardin, Brockey Brock. Mike Veasey, Richie Howard, Jimmy Sims, Barry Stokes, Pete Petersen. Kevin Markert, Jeff Sinyard, Ted Deiter, Randy Barto.
MIKE VEASEYPETE PETERSEN
109A.H.S. Girls’ Tennis Team
Mias Cobb, (Coach), Mary Anne Kiksey, Cinny Wangen, Liz Merts. Susan Sheppard. Nancy Kory . Not Pictured, Wendy Champion. Gail Schlie.
MARY ANNE KIRKSEY
Boys’ Tennis TeamBRENCE SELL
Cordon McKemie, Dam Williams. Brence Sell. Ed Newsome. Rusty Barta. Mike Bird, Bert Brimherry.115
ADMINISTRA TIONDougherty County Board of Education
MR. J. J. CORDELL Superintendent of the Dougherty County Schools
MR. PAUL ROBERTSON Director of High Schools
BOTTOM ROW: Charles Nesbitt. Morgan Murphy. R. H. Warren. Dr. J. P. Cheevers. TOP ROW: Harvey Cohen. Felix Marbury, Franklin Cross.
116A MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL
GRAYDON PIERCE Principal of Albany High School
We arc well along in this school year, and we are approaching the lime for assessment. What has the year meant to you? Did you grow intellectually and socially? Did you achieve goals you had set for yourself when the year was yet young? Have you learned better to appreciate your fellow human l eings. the institutions of society, and the rules of life?
These are hut some of the measures you may apply in judging the success of your year. It is sometimes difficult to tell which changes that have occurred are actual improvements, or are simply changes. However, the changes I have noted in you students show that you have made significant progress. I see better attitudes, more effort, more determination, more concern, and generally progress in all areas. It seems to me that this has been a fruitful year for most of you and a good year for the school. There is once again that togetherness that is typically the Albany High School spirit.
The pages of this edition of the THRONATEESKA will mirror your activities of this most important time of your life. I hope this reveiw will serve to enhance your enjoyment of your school and your friends for the years to come, and that you will appreciate the efforts of those students and faculty on the annual staff who put it all in focus for you.
Yours for Albany High School
117TO THE CLASS OF 72
In your life-time, even in your school years, vast changes have occurred — changes in attitudes, values and philosophies. The impact that these changes are to have upon our lives and upon our society as a whole in the future will depend upon the manner in which your generation deals with them. The challenge before you is of major proportions, one that will require sound thought and serious consideration, and which can only come about through well-trained and well disciplined minds. You are a step ahead of many groups of young people in that you’ve lain aside prejudices that many others have not. The mind being free of these shackles, as is evidenced by your good relations here, is in much better condition for coping with the real problems at hand.
Albany High School has turned out many fine classes of Seniors in the past and, no doubt, will turn out many others. Many of the past graduates have already made lasting contributions to society and are still making important contributions. If the class of 72 is to do it’s share to keep things in balance, each student must take the position (to borrow a quote) that ffif you don’t do it, it won’t get done.”
MR. L. C. HORNSBY — Assistant Principal
Since the founding of this great country, each generation has had advantages over the previous one. Not only does the new generation have the accomplishments of the previous to lean upon and to build upon, but it also has the failings of the previous to use as guides. Let’s hope that your generation in general and the 72 class in particular. will use these for constructive tools and not merely bases for useless criticisms, as we presently hear so much.WE ARE THE SUM TOTAL OF OUR EXPERIENCES
MRS. SUE W. MURDOCK — Dean of Girls
If this be true, each of you will, for the rest of your lives, carry' a bit of Albany High School with you. She has opened her arms through the years to many young people and has gladly let each of them take a part of her with them as they left.
As we come to the end of another year, look inside yourself and ask, "What have I given? What have I gained?" Some of you will be pleased and feel richly rewarded for the past year . . . This is because you have given and received in balanced proportions. Others will feel cheated, left out, lacking . . . This is because you were not willing to give of yourself nor to receive what was offered graciously.
But each of you. willing or not, will take a little of Albany High School with you, and each of you will leave a little of yourself. For the majority the proportion will be a satisfying one. Your experiences at A.H.S. will become a part of the total you.
Be proud that now you are all at least "part" Indian.
Thr Guidance Department is closely coordinated with all other departments of the school hut its primary function is to perform services of direct benefit to the individual student.
Guidance services are designed to assist the student in making adequate choices, plans and interpretations in a number of areas. Among the functions carried on by this department are educational, vocational, and personal counseling. A standardized testing program is conducted and files of information concerning each student are maintained. Students receive individual assistance in planning their high school programs and in making decisions about and preparation lor their post high school years.
Counselors recognize the value of meaningful communication with parents and welcome conferences with them as they seek to help students to make satisfactory decisions and find solutions to the problems which they may have.
MISS MARY HUDSON
MRS. L. V. DICKERSON
MRS. ANNETTE MURRY
120MRS. MARGARET DUPRtfLibrary
The Albany High School Library contains many books, periodicals, records, filmstrips, tapes, pamphlets, and clippings for the use of students and teachers. Materials have been selected to appeal to the students and their needs.
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 resources available to them.
An opportunity is provided for all students to make use of the library as it is open daily from 8:00 o'clock until 4:30 p.m.
MRS. REBECCA REID — Head Librarian
MRS. FLORA HUNT — Assistant Librarian
MRS. MARGIE CARTER — SecretaryLunchroom
Have you ever tried to feed a thousand hungry students? We feel the lunchroom workers of A.H.S. handle this responsibility well. They prepare nutritious meals for the students and faculty of Albany High School. We are offered a variety of meats and vegetables along with a delicious dessert. After school they are in charge of the snack bar which is open to all students.
We would like to express our appreciation for the time and efforts they have given to the students of Albany High School.
MRS. LOUISE MULL
MRS. MARY CANNON
MRS. ROSA KELLY
Two aspirins . . . hot water bottle . . . soda water. These are the famous remedies offered to students by our dedicated nurse. Mrs. Helton. She works in the clinic each day from 9:00 to 2:30.
It does not seem to be a difficult job. but trying to keep the students of A.H.S. well and going is rather hard.
We would like to thank Mrs. Helton not only for the help she has given to the students of Albany High School, but also for her smiling face.
MRS. LENORA HELTON
The English curriculum comprises a study of literature, language, and composition. Students are given opportunities to read literary selections, both classical and modern. Paperbacks and materials from class collections supplement the literature texts.
An elective course. Humanities, is being offered for the first time this year. The first semester of the course is devoted to creative writing while literature, arts, and music is studied second semester. The Scribe, Albany High's literary magazine, is published by students of the Creative Writing class, in cooperation with the English Department.
MRS. HELEN GAITER MR. MELVIN GEORGE
MRS. THELMA VEAL
124COACH KEN ALLEN MRS. GERALDINE MR. JAMES E. CARLTON
The Social Studies Department of A.H.S. offers a wide range of courses designed to acquaint students with our nation's historical background and at the same time to help students begin to understand and to make judgements relative to current political, social, and economic affairs in the world. Specific courses offered are World History at tenth grade level, U.S. History at eleventh grade level, and U.S. Government, Economics, Sociology, and Psychology at twelfth grade level.
The A.H.S. Math department has a course of study appropriate for any student. There is a five year course of study for the gifted student ranging from Algebra I in the eighth grade to Calculus in the twelfth. Other students may benefit from course offerings from Algebra I through Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry, or they may limit their math courses to General Math I and II.
Annually sixty students are selected by their teachers to participate in the National Math Contest.
MRS. JUDY THOMAS MISS CELESTE SMITH
We live in an age of science, and it is essential that students of today who will occupy positions of leadership in the twenty-first century have the opportunity to participate in a fully up to date science program. The science department at A.H.S. tries to meet this need. The modernized and varied curriculum consists of laboratory courses in General Biology, Human Biology, Chem. Study I and II, Physics and Science Survey. With qualified teachers, well-equipped laboratories and up-to-date textbooks, students of A.H.S. have the opportunity to acquire a thorough understanding of scientific principles.
MRS. RUTH MRS. ARTHUR TATE
The Business Education department consists of courses and activities in the area of business designed to meet the common needs of all students who desire to prepare for employment in business.
The content of the business courses include: Typing I and II, Shorthand I. Bookkeeping, Office Practice and General Business. These courses are designed to develop knowledge, skills, habits, attitudes, and ideals necessary for successful beginning and advancement in business.
MRS. FLORENCE BATTLE MRS ERVIN BROCK
MISS MARGARET JO HOGG
MR. ARTHUR THOMPSON
The Remedial Reading course is offered to the tenth through the twelfth grade levels.
MRS. JOSEPHINE McIntyre
The ''special’' in this class refers to the lessons which are geared to each pupil’s ability. He receives much help and encouragement and may advance rapidly or remain at the same grade level depending on his abilities and how hard he works.
Each pupil has a job in or outside school. Much class time is spent on how to apply for a job, keep it, and manage money that is earned from it. The long term goal is to see each pupil a producing, law abiding citizen.
MRS. AVIS FOSTER
MRS. MARTHA BUTLER
Home Economics is an established and integral part of the public schools in the United States today. At all levels it is dedicated to the task of helping individuals learn better those behavior patterns and skills that will enable them to fulfill effectively their roles as family members in meeting the complexities of living demands.
MRS. VERA ADAMSMR. WENDELL BRANNEN MR. L. OWENS MR WILLIAM YIELDING
Industrial Arts is a study of industry, tools, materials, and processes involved in producing useful items from raw materials. We are concerned with familiarizing students with the various occupations and possibilities offered by American industries. To do this we offer courses in Wood Technology, Metal Technology, Power Mechanics. Graphic Arts. Mechanical Drawing and Electricity.
The aim and purpose of Vocational Agriculture and the Future Farmers of America is to help a boy help himself. These goals are accomplished by class room instruction, home projects, field trips, visual aids, and work in fields related to agriculture. Emphasis on personal development is stressed through the Future Farmers of America by giving each member a certain responsibility and an opportunity to attend summer camp. We also participate in fund raising campaigns and recreation for members.
MR. THOMAS DOWNING
The Art Program of AHS is offered to meet the needs of students who elect to enrich their high school program with the study and practice of visual arts and crafts. The only qualification for students electing art courses is an interest in art and a willingness to carry out the assigned
MRS. JANE RUTLEDGE WOrk
MR. ERNEST BOONE
The Albany High School band provides music and entertainment for football games and chapel programs. They have two concerts a year, Christmas and spring. The band played at the Blue-Gray game this year.
MR. LAWSON MURKERSON
MR. DARRYL QUINN
DE is offered in the eleventh and twelfth grades and centers around the career objective of the student. In addition to academic studies, the student receives classroom instruction in marketing and on the job training.
The men’s physical education department is well equipped and has an excellent staff. The basic program consists of; volleyball. basketball, softball, football, and tumbling. The aim of this department is to provide skilled leadership and adequate facilities which will afford an opportunity for the individual or group to become physically fit.
COACH FERRELL HENRY COACH WILLIE COACH DARRELL
The women's Physical Education Department provides a varied program for the individual or group in that they may participate in movement experiences that are physically wholesome, mentally stimulating, satisfying, and socially sound.
Therefore, a diversified course of activities is offered which includes: volleyball, soft-ball, basketball, specdball, tennis, badminton, table tennis, aerial darts, and ring tennis.
Through the above offerings it is hoped that the students will be able to find an activity which they will pursue as a lifetime sport.
MISS JACQUELYN COBB MISS JULIANNE MANNEN
MR. WALTER JACKSON
The Foreign language Department consists of three teachers. There are six Spanish classes, three French classes and two Latin classes.
Language clubs are active with many students of the Latin Department holding membership in local, state, and national Junior Classical League. In this club, the local chapter has been affiliated with the national group for over twenty years. French and Spanish classes are audio-lingually oriented but emphasize all four skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
MRS. S. A. JUHAN MISS ELIZABETH
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Larry Mitchell President
J. Tom Morgan Vice President
Susan Sheppard Secretary
Carol Mills Bert Brimberry
Mrs. S. A. Juhan Advisor
Mrs. Robert Peace Advisor
Coach Ferrell Henry Advisor
MISS STUDENT COUNCIL BETSY BRADLEY
SEATED, From Left to Right: Susan Sheppard, Debbye Williams. Mary Heidt, Allen Spurlin. Forrest Truitt, Gail Schlie. Pat Myers, and Penny Knight. STANDING: Kevin O'Neal. Steve 134 Hardin. Lorin Lichten, Sharon Brown, and Pam Rogers. ON TOP: Jen Erwin.Juniors
FRONT ROW. Left to Right: Sue Bacon. Robin Toms. Julia Stimpson. Betsy Bradley, Nancy Joiner. Cedric Anderson. SECOND ROW: J. Tom Morgan, Charles Clark. Anne Hardin, Rosalyn Berry. BACK ROW: Carol Mills. Bernard Langley. Ed Riley, and Cathy Baker.
SEATED: Johnny Slaton. Nancy Kory. Margaret Sassoman, Jimmy Garner. Drew Rice. Betty Payne. Toby Tucker. Winnie Kate Hall. Tony Grimes, Susan Holman, and Larry Maddox. STANDING: Cathy Odum. Pam Whittington. Diane Bond. Val Costantino. Ken Ferrell, and Jimmy Davis.
135Debbie Maines President
Anne Hardin Vice-President
Mr. Mullis Sponsor
Jan Busbee Secretary
Mike Ehrhardt Treasurer
Mary Dess Hagler
Linda De Filippi
136 Larry Mitchell Susan Sheppard Paul Slappey Mike Swink Perry WebbJeff Whatley
J. Tom Morgan
Jot Eylr Editor
Debbie Maine Club Editor
Susan Braswell Feature Editor
Tom Giddens Sports Editor
Carol Wilson Sports Editor
Martha Jones Mrs. Brannen
PURPOSE: To publish the school newspaper, the Pow Wow.
MISS POW WOW
FIRST ROW: Fred Richter. Betty Brown. Vickie Sharp. Larry Mitchell, Charles Salter. Donna Dowling. Jane Taylor. Susan Braswell. Susan Beaver. Debbie Norris. Cindy Stub . Debbie Maine . Mr . Gray. SECOND ROW: David Arnold. Joe Eyles. Jerry Dollar. Bill Lightfoot. Jeff Hobaugh. Bob Gilmore. Robin Toms. Twila Wortman. Gena Kay Shealy. Carol Wilson. Tom Giddens.
138Diane Hinderleider Editor
Purpose: To promote literary awareness.
Jen Erwin Senior Editor
Gail Schlie Shirley Long Miss Feagin
Art Editor Publicity Sponsor
From Left to Right: Diane Hinderleider. Liz Merts, Mary Heidt, Shirley l orig, Debbye Williams. Debbie Whatley, Gail Sehlie. Kenneth Lewis. Diane MrBride, Debbie Thompson. Jen Erwin, Jan Busbee, Mary Anne Kirksey. Larry Mitchell. Mrs. Feagin, Leslie Pruit. Mark Gilliam. Paula Freeman. Brunetta Strain. Joe Lawrence. Brenda Hightower, Sue Jeter. Susan Sheppard. David Pond. Dantz Frazer, Judy Hicks, and Becky Gri9t.
139Clark McClure President
Mike Lyall Treasurer
Tony Tarlcton Mike Swink
Purpose: To provide Albany High School and the community with sound and lighting effects.
MISS SHORT CIRCUIT SUE BACONDebbie Thompson Secretory
Pam Rogers Historian
Debra Rich Reporter
Becky Hannington Vice-President
Pat Myers Treasurer
Mr. Quinn Coordinator
Purpose: Developing future leaders, in marketing and distribution.
Maria Spence Parliamenla nan
Susan Beaver Chaplain
Danny HerronEthyl Joiner
MISS DECA PAT MYERS
Shawn While Joy Womack
MISS VICA Sherri Calhoun
Paul Slappey Vice-Pres uieru
Lawana Kierce Treasurer
Bill Reed Reporter
Sharon Murkerson Donna Murkerson SWEETHEARTS
Purpose: 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.
Sue FenderNancy Jones
Richard Tanner James White Robbie Wilkes Gary Willis Bill Yenni
145Mikr Muggridgr Senior Consul
Junior Classical League
Purpose: To encourage an interest in and appreciation of ancient Greece and Rome and to give some understanding of the debt of our own culture to that of classical antiquity.
Lee Lawson Junior Consul
Donna Bcnford Praetor
Diane Bond Quaestor
Alan Hatcher Aedile
Miss Tillman Sponsor
MISS JCL IRMA OLIVERFrench Club
Bruce Hicks President
Becky Mathews Vice-President
Janis Jansen Secretary
Angela Turner Treasurer
Purpose: To acquaint students with and
to promote interest in the French language and people.
MISS FRENCH CLUB ANGIE TURNER
FIRST ROW: Kathleen Pruitt. Angela Turner. Valley Garabedian. Kathy Dickens. Betty Payne. Janice Jansen. Janice Broome. Pam Brooks. SECOND ROW: Bruce Hicks. Ra Wallace. Greg Clark.
147Gloria Johnson President
Susan Yakots Secretary
Dianr Hinderleider Reporter
Library Service Club
Vason Holman Vice-President
Gary Turpin Treasurer
MISS LIBRARY SERVICE CLUB SUSAN YAKOTS
Mrs. Reid Sponsor
FRONT ROW: Darian Jordon. Connie Anderson. Diane Hinderleider. Susan Bedsole. Ronnie Melton. Joanne McClamery, Susan Pruett. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Hunt. Denise Armstead. Gloria Johnson, Gary Turpin. Belinda Morris, Edith McCoy, Rosa Arteson. Mrs. Reid.
148MISS SENIOR HI-Y BARBARA JOHNSON
Darvi Williams President
Bruce Hicks Secretary
Purpose: A Christian Organization of young men.
Sam Ziegler Parliamentarian
Mr. Graper Sponsor
Randy Baxter Vice-President
SEATED: Darvi Williams. Joe Garner, Sam Ziegler, Brence Sell. Randy Baxter. STANDING: Micky Baker. Charles Clark. Ray Beagley. Bruce Hicks. Hutch Deloche, B. A. Haire. Ashley King. Perry Webb, Jerold Me Knight, Joey Williams. Bonnie Blalock. Roslyn Berry.Beta Tri-Hi- Y
Dorothy Boyd President
Purpose: To create, maintain, and extend through the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character.
Theresa Duke Vice-President
Debbie Tucker Karen Lockard
Donna Bullington Chaplain
Brockey Brock Stieetheart
Mike Gore Sweetheart
SHEREE TURNER Terry Brinson
MISS BETA TRI HI- Y
Debbie Norris Vice-President
Lawana Kierce President
Ann Adams Mascot
Angie Garcia Mascot
Jenny Findley Secretary
Perry Webb Sweetheart
Mrs. Gaitor Sponsor
Claudia Kolzem Treasurer
Jim Brooks Mascot
Kim Nolan Parliamentarian
Gary Brooks Mascot
MISS EPSILON JENNY FINDLEYJoan Griffith
1 erri Parslow
Susan Yakots Mollie Westbrook
53Jan Busbee President
Phi-Delta Tri-Hi- Y
Susan Sheppard Vice President
Mary Anne Kirksev Secretary
Debbie Thompson Treasurer
Cathy Dickens Chaplain
Betty Payne Parliamentarian
Nancy Kirksey Community Projects Chairman
Donna Bcnford School Projects Chairman
Bert Brim berry Sweetheart
Bill Clanton Sweetheart
Miss Mannen SponsorCinny Wangen
MISS PHI-DELTA Jan Turner Pam Whittington Nancy Wilkerson
155Alpha Tri-Hi- Y
PURPOSE: To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community, high standards of Christian character.
Connie Holton President
Jen Erwin Pice President
Jane Taylor Secretary■ Treasurer
Mrs. Feagin Sponsor
Sue Jeter Chaplain
Robby Tomlinson Sweetheart
Becky Revcll Parliamentarian
Allen Spurlin Sweetheart
Mary Bess Hauler
Terri Parslow President
Darvi Williams Vice-President
Rita Rachels Chaplain
Teresa Duke Parliamentarian, Historian
Miss Smith Sponsor
Rosalyn WilliamsFuture Farmers of America
LEARNING TO DO DOING TO LEARN
EARNING TO LIVE LIVING TO SERVE
THE NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR BOYS
STUDYING VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE
MR. JACK DOWNING SPONSOR
SEATED — Left to Right: Freddie Carlisle. Tom Kircoff, Don Kearce, Chuch Faison, Mitch Taylor, Doug Albert, Terri Lightfoot, Ray Dudley. Tommy Sirmons. Johnny Knight. Jerry Moore. KNEELING — Mike Crawford, Ricky Furney. Randy Taylor. Calvin Fore. Ricky Pennington. Jack Royal. Calvin Harpe. Don Wiley, Roger Pollock, Tommy Cook, Charles McDonald. STANDING — Mr. Downing, Gary Butler, Eddie MacMurcher. Max Lewis. Bruce Hicks, Donnie Poacher, Bobby Calhoun. Ricky Burnett, Charles Smith. Mike Newell. Edwin Sammons. Terry Brumbley. BACK ROW — Milton Patrick. Steve Henderson. Russ Stappey, Tye Slappey. Ricky Burdette, Jeff Hood. Jerry McDonald.
159Debbie Crowe Pr» itten!
Debbie Sammons Secretary
Penny Watson Vice-Presdienl
Hazel Stretchers Treasurer
Future Homemakers of America
PURPOSE: To relate Homemaking to the home and community through the girl.
Penny Newell Parliamentarian
Mrs. Foster Sponsor
Flora BrownLinda DeFilippi
Ida HoodPep Club
Phyllis Simpson President
Miss Cobb Sponsor
Wendy Champion Treasurer
Ted Deiter Jeff Greene
Purpose: To promote school spirit.
MISS PEP CLUB GENA KAY SHEALY
Beth Robertson Secretary
From Left to Right: Francine Christian. Beth Robertson. Debbie Maines, Phyllis Simpson. Mary Anne Kirksey, Wendy Champion. Jeff Greene, Paulette Kennedy. Ted Dieter. Sandy Kvans. Rosalyn Williams. Joni Grigg. Winnie Kate Hall. LuAnne Hughes. Nancy Nesbitt. Betty Payne, Gloria Johnson. Susan Sheppard. STANDING. Left to Right: Nita Norton, Karen Kugler, Karen Dollar. Debbie Tucker. Doris Brown, Pam McCray, Angela Mance, Robin Elzia, Maria McCall, Jan Busbee, Susan Braswell, Debbie Thompson, Susan Swink. Robin Brodbeck, Jane Taylor. STANDING. Far Back: Ann Mitchell, Janice Jansen, Gena Kay Shealy, Linda Liggin, Debbie Whatley, Cindy Pace, Regina Hendricks. Jean Barber, T. C. Myers. Barbara Johnson, Jackie Randall, Harriett Daniels, Mary Thomas, and sponsor Miss Cobb.
SEATED, From Left to Right: Sandy Evans. Anne Hardin. Sue Bacon. Nancy Joiner, Bonnie Blaylock, Maria Spence, Mary Anne Kirksey, Judy Hicks. Mary Hcidt. Jen Erwin. Bonita Bradshaw. STANDING, on Left: Cedric Anderson, Sam Zeigler. Bob Gilmore. Jimmy Ussery, Gordon McKcmic. Bert Brimberry. Walter Jones. Pete Peterson. Craig Henningfield. Chris King. Jimmy Sims. Tom Shemwell, Randy Dykes. Cleo Johnson, Paul Robertson. BACK ROW: Coach Magwood. Jay Dallas. Kevin Marked. Ricky Spence. Ricky Godwin, Bruce Hicks. Barry Stokes. Coach Archer. RIGHT SIDE: Jeff Greene. Kevin O’Neal. Tom Giddens, Alan Hatcher. Andy Daniels, David Fletcher, Lorin Lichten, Eddie Hammond. Larry Hayes, Nathaniel Henderson, Ted Deiter, Johnny Payne. David Brisbois, Randy Barto. Richie Howard, and Steve Hardin.
FRONT ROW, From Left to Right: Gwen Anderson. Karen Lockard, Deborah Coleman. Debbye Williams. Anne Hardin. Betty Payne, and Coach Henry. BACK ROW. From Left to Right: Jimmy Lee Gardner, Gregory Tuck. Joe Lawrence, Bert Brimberry, Ricky Spence, and Bruce Shaw.
163Debh ?n ors Cobb and Mias Mannrn. From Left lo Right: Harriett Daniels. Mary Thomas. Robin Brodberk. Phillis Simpson. Wendy Champion. Mary Annr Kirk-
Wangen ' amS' USan Sheppard. and Gloria Johnson. BACK ROW. From Left to Right: Dwaine Houston, Paulette Kennedy, Mary Hcidt, Debbie Maines, Sandy Evans, and Ginny
Records' and Dean of Girls' Assistants
;FATFD From Left to Right: Wanda Dupree, Susan Peach, Paula Freeman. Sharon Brown, and Alanda Causey. STANDING. Left to Right: Pam Shepherd, Jane Taylor. Joy Lawless. Bo nie Blaylock Joni Grigg. Freda Follindore. Rosa Bell. Rosa Fields. Julia Graves. Nancy Jones. Shawn White. Julia Stimpson. and Betty Brown.
164Guidance Office Assistants
SEATED: Donna Bullington, Terri Coleman, Robin Howard. Penny Knight, Tricia Stoddard. Cathy Conoly, Patty Hawkins. STANDING: Sue Bacon, Connie Holton. Jeanine Carlton. An-clla Smith, Mary Bess Hagler, Carlton Greaves. Mary Lane. Karen Lockard. Marsha Davis, Charlott Majors. Susan Braswell.
Main Office Assistants
FRONT ROW: Jane Salter. Debbie Whatley, Ann Davis. Debbie Senn, Deborah Kenney. Kathy Hoover. Cindy Sumner. Robin Yarbourgh. Bonita Bradshaw. Becky Hannington. Linda Liggin. Jan Turner. BACK ROW: Patty Branecky. Betty Craddock. Carolyn Craddock. Betsy Blacklidge. Bonnie Giddcns. Linda Stewart. Shelley Evers, Sheila Aaron. Cathy Leavv. Cindy Stults.
165Joey Williams President
Perry Webb Vice-President
David Brisbois Secretary- Treasurer
Sue Bacon Sweetheart
Purpose: To provide music and entertainment.
Anne Toms Sweetheart
Steve CayRichard Greene
MISS ROGB LISA SATTERFIELD
167A.H.S. Marching Chiefs
The colorful Albany High School marching chiefs, under the direction of Mr. Ernest Boone, is always in evidence at football games. A.H.S. is proud of her band which always gives an excellent performance. The colorful uniforms are a filling background for its stirring music.
Mr. Boone Director
COLOR GUARD Susan Joiner, Patty Hawkins. Donna Bullington
KNEELING: Freda Follendore. Pam Stone. Gloria Johnson. Denise Armistead, Pam Brooks. STANDING: Beverly Long. Paulette Kennedy Carolyn Craddock. Debbye Williams. Rhenda Phillips.
Roslyn Berry Kim Nolan
Left to Right: Sonia Lane, Barbara Johnson, Debbie Norris, Kim Nolan, Roslyn Berry.
Barbara JohnsonFIRST ROW: Richard Green. Robert Doss. Jerold McKnight, Curtis Whittington. SECOND ROW: Joe Mitchell, Jack Watkins, Johnny Rainwater, Wayne Shipley.
FIRST ROW: Nick Young. Darvi Williams, Barry Pellieano, Steve Gay. SECOND ROW: John Sikes, Ravelle Wimbush, Dane Hughes, Alan Middlebrooks. THIRD ROW: Max Clower, Gray Wilson. John Van Houten, Mike Boone.
170FIRST ROW: Sonia Lane. Debbie Norris, Delores Wesley, Sharon Gafford. SECOND ROW: Angela Turner. Bernard Langley. Robert Whitten. Joann Sherman. Randy Holiday.
FIRST ROW: Ronald Newton, Gordon Etehison. Wallace Houston. James Grigg, Eddie Choquette. SECOND ROW: Gary Mitchell. Jeff Hobaugh. Dan Harper.FIRST ROW: Laurie Randall, Marcia Rudderman, Melanie Perrimann, Ro alyn Williams. Deborah Coleman. Diane Boone. SECOND ROW: Angie Richardson, Jenny Findley. Terri Par-slow. Kathy Bonney. Randy Baxter. Mike Reed, Jim Smith. THIRD ROW: Kim Nolan, Sue Jeter. Teresa Holley, Charles Arterson, Jerry Reed, Robert Culbreth.
FIRST ROW: Delores Williams, Rosalyn Berry, Barbara Johnson, Bonnie Bentley. SECOND ROW: Susie Lichten, Deborah Luttrell, Mellissa Oates. Shurl Wiley.
172173174179ALBANY HIGH Sndian PLAY TONIGHT7
JSi =tS MEMORIAL STADIUM BOO PM
Time is much more than money; time is life,time is multitudes of seconds going through the fingers of the present into the past, . . . moments that will never return.
inTake time for friends . . it is the source of happiness
182184TH ItOUGH THIS DOOR PASS THE MEMBERS OK THE g_J BAND IN GEORGIA
Keep interested in your own career, however humble: it is a real possession in the changing fortunes of time.
185186Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understanding.
187188192Take time to dream ... it hitches the soul to the stars.
194You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and the stars; you have a right to be here.
196198CHERYL ALBRITTON DAVID ARNOLD
CHARLES ARTESON DEBORAH BAGGETT
201MIKE BEDSOLE ROSA BELL
SUSAN SHEPPARD — Vire President of Senior Girls BERT BRIMBERRY — Vice President of Senior Boys
BONITA BRADSHAWPATTI BRANECKY SUSAN BRASWELL
BERT BRIMBERY THERESA BRINSON
BECKY REVELL — Secretary of Senior Girls PETE PETERSON — Secretary of Senior Boys
GENE CALLAWAYJEANINE CARLTON
PAT MYERS — Parliamentarian of Senior Girls DAVID FLETCHER — Parliamentarian of Senior Boys
CHERYL CLARK KAY CLARK KATHY CLARK TERRI COLEMANTERESA COOK MARTIN COWART
SUSAN COOK BETTY CRADDOCK
DEBBIE MAINES — President of the Beta Club
TERRI DUFFYTHERESA DUKE SHERYL DUNKLEBURGER
JEN ERWIN SANDY EVANS
JOE EYLES DENNY FACKLER
SUSAN SHEPPARD — Editor of the Thronateeska
ROSA FIELDSDAVID FLETCHER
209CARLTON GREAVES JEFF GREENE
PAT GREENE MARK GREENE
SANDY EVANS — Captain of the Varsity Cheerleaders
MARY BESS HAGLER
STEWART HARDBILLY HARDEGREE STEVE HARDIN
AL HARDWICK TORRI HARMAN
MARY HEIDT — Co-Captain of the Varsity Cheerleaders and DAR Good Citizen
RHONDA HENDERSON CRAIG HENNINGFIELD DANNY HERRON JUDY HICKS212
DIANE HINDERLEIDER TIM HOGG
STEVE HARDIN — Captain of the Football Team
RODNEY HOOKSCLEO JOHNSON — Co-Captain of the Football Team Co-Captain. Basketball
213PAULETTE KENNEDY GINGER KENT LAWANNA KIERCE ASHLEY KING
BROCKEY BROCK — Co-Captain of the Football Team
MARY ANN KIRKSEY
MARY LANEGAIL LIGHTLE
ANITA LESSARD BENJAMIN LEWIS
DEBBIE NORRIS — Homecoming Queen, Head Majorette
JOHNNY LANIERSHIRLEY L0R1G STANLEY LOWMAN
MIKE LYALL DEBBIE MA1NES
DIANE M. BRIDE
MACK McCLUNGCLARK McCLURE GORDON McKEMIE
PAM BROOKS — Co-Captain of the Drill Team
JEROLD M KNIGHT
LARRY MITCHELLPAT MYERS
PENNY NICHOLS DEANNE NIX
MARY NOBLES DEBBIE NORRIS
GLORIA JOHNSON — Co-Captain of the Drill Team
MIKE O’BRIEN KEVIN O’NEAL ROBERT OTT BRENDA PACEPAM PANNELL BUDDY PARKER JOHNNY PAYNE KATHY PENNINGTON
KAY PENNINGTON NATHANIEL PERRY
LARRY MITCHELL — President of the Student Body
JANIE RAY CARLA REVELL
JEFF WHATLEY — National Merit Semi-Finalist
220JOE EYLES — Editor of the Pow Wow
CAROL SEWELLVICKIE SHARP STANLEY SHAWVER
GENA KAY SHEALEY
PHYLLIS SIMPSONDAVID SMITH
PAUL SLAPPEY — Slate Vice President of D.C.T.
ANELLA SMITHMARY ANN K1RKSEY — Captain of the Girls' Basketball Team
ROY SNEADJULEEN STRICKLAND
JOHNNY PAYNE — Co-Captain of the Boys’ Basketball Team
AL SMITH — Co-Captain of the Boys’ Basketball Team
BEATRICE THOMPSON DEBBIE THOMPSON
JUDY TROUTMANDEBBIE TUCKER GEORGE TURNER
SHEREE TURNER SHERRY TURNER
BERT BRIMBERRY — Co-Captain of the Boys’ Basketball Team
KELLINE WEBB PERRY WEBB DEBBIE WHATLEY JEFF WHATLEY 227JAMES WHITE
CURTIS WHITTINGTON CLARENCE WIGGINS
JOEY WILLIAMSBILL WILLIAMS RANDY WILSON
JEN ERWIN — Co-Captain of the Girls Basketball Tram
229BETSY BRADLEY — President of Junior Cirls RICKEY SPENCE — President of Junior Boys
Joan Anderson Denise Armistead Rosa Arterson
Kathy Baker Nicky Baker
231Jimmy Baldwin Laura Banks Randy Barto Randy Baxter Ray Beeghly Roaalyn Berry
JENNY FINDLEY — Vice-President of Junior Girls TONY FOWLER — Vice-President of Junior BoysBetsy Bradley Gail Brooks Doris Brown Debbie Bullington Jerry Bullington John Bullock
BECKY GRIST — Secretary of Junior Girls SAM SCHL1E — Secretary of Junior Boys
Francine ChristianHoward Christian Charles Clark Diane Cleveland Larry Cobb Fleta Collier Kathy Conoly
BEVERLY LONG — Treasurer of Junior Girls MIKE MUGGRIDGE — Treasurer of Junior Boys
Ray Cook David Cornaire Mark Covington Charlotte Cox Carolyn Craddock George Crawford
NANCY JOINER — Parliamentarian of Junior Girls RICHARD GREEN — Parliamentarian of Junior Boys
Marsha Davis Vick Davis Ricky Dingier Charlie Dial George Dobson Bruce Dorminy
235Delvin Dorminy Donna Dowling Barbara Duke
Penny Dunlap Wanda Dupree Pam Dyes
Randy Dykes Mike Ehrhardt Mike Ellis Lou English
Shelly Evers Jenny Findley James Fleming Deborah Flick
Freda Follendore Calvin Fore Larry Foreman Don Fowler
Tony Fowler Phillip Fox
Tom Ciddens Albert Gimenez David Gladney Ricky Godwin
Dean Hay man
Joan Criffith Joni Grigg
Roger Griner Ginger Grissom Becky Grisl Eddie Gulley
B. A. Haire Pal Hall Carole Hames Shirley Hammett
Becca Hard Anne Hardin Allen Hatcher Mary Hawes
Richard GreenDennis Keeton Janet Kimble Angela King
Jerry Kirkland Kathy Knighton
238Jo Ann McGlamery
Clifford Lewis Jesse Lewis Grey Lippitt Beverly Long
Preston Luke Dee Lyons Dan MacMinn Angela Mance
Edith McCoy Judy McCrary Danny McDaniels Danny McGee
Lee LawsonJerry Moore J. Tom Morgan
Kim Nolan Irma Oliver Dale O’Neill Cindy Pace
Terri Pars low Ed Parsons Susan Pelham Barn Pellicano
Don Phelps Rhenda Phillips Roger Pollock David Pond
Mike Muggridge Ed Newsome Scot! Nichols Nancy Nisbet
Danny PriceBill Reed
David Randall Jim Ray
Jan Richardson Ed Riley Mary Riley Paul Robertson
Mark Roos Charles Salter June Salter Susan Samford
Debra Sammons Barbara Sawyer Gail Schramm Tom Sccgmullcr
JoAnn ShermanVickie Slappey Charles Smith Deborah Smith
Tina Spurlock Linda Stewart Julia Stimpson Cindy Sumner
Mike Swain Alesia Swanstrom Debbie Taylor Ken Taylor
Randy Taylor David Thomas Janice Thompson Robin Tom
Terri ViningJannette Waddell Joe Walker
David Walsh Donnie Ward
Bill W'ard Teressa Washington
David Watkins Pennie Watson Kenny Webb Rita Webb
Delores Wesley Cary Whiddon Robert Whitton Don Wiley
Delores Williams Freddy Williams Jerry Williams Leslie Williams
Della Albritten Phillip Avery
Annita Allen James Allen
Dandra Baggett Barry Bailey
Connie Anderson Randy Baker
Stephen Anderson Wanda Baldwin
Vicki Anderson Wayne Ball
Drew Arnold Terri Bankston
Ricky Askew Jean Barber
Richard Barnhill Donna Benford Bonnie Bentley
Stanley Blacksher Diane Bodiford Diane Bond
Ken Benton Kenneth Berry
Kathy Bonney Diane Boone
Sharon Beuan Mike Bowen
David Beurrier Mary Branehe
Betsy Black ledge Chekita Bratcher
247Priscilla Bridges Richard Campbell
Roger Bridges Shirley Campbell
Suzanne Buchan Robert Candy
Michael Burke Debbie Carden
Donald Burks Brenda Carroll
Buz Busbee Patricia Carter
Bobby Calhoun Terri Casale
Belinda Campbell Alanda Causey
NANCY KORY — Vice President of Sophomore Girls TOBY TUCKER — Vice President of Sophomore Boys
Eddie Choquette Greg Crawford
Max Clower Karen Crawford
Deborah Coleman Bill Crawford
Robin Coleman Bobby Jean Creager
Val Costantino Shirley Cross
Bonnie Courtoy Lloyd Croy
Deborah Cox Mark Cummings
Linda Craddock Georgette Cutliff
248Laura Dallas Jimmy Davis
Bud Doyal Bobby Drew
Tricia Davis Major Dublin
Cathy Dickens Debra Duggan
Bill Dodgen Daisey Duke
Karen Dollar Alan Dunlap
Sharon Donnelly Chuck Doric!y
Debbie Durham Kevin Dye
DEL1NDA FIELDS — Secretary of Sophomore Girls BRAD RICE — Secretary of Sophomore Boys
Marty Elton Delinda Fields
Gordon Etchison Dwanne Forehand
Jack Evans Donald Freeman
Robin Elzia William Fogerty
Jennifer Feat hers ton Ken Ferrell
Sharon Cafiord Valeria Garabrdian
Janet Farkas Joey Farr
Gwen Freeman Rodney Fuller
249Richard Garner Louis Griffin
Wendell Garnto Tommy Griffin
Lisa Geeslin Jimmy Grig
Cathene Gibson David Grimes
Devoriah Gosha Tony Grimes
Julia Greaves Barbara Haire
Charlotte Griffin Connie Hale
Debbie Griffin Winnie K. Hall
BETH ROBERTSON — Treasurer of Sophomore Girls CARL SMITH — Treasurer of Sophomore Boys
Ken Hambrick Denise Hill
Eddie Hammond Jack Hilliard
Gloria Hardwick Marcia Holley
Dan Harper Teresa Holley
Jennifer Hatcher Vince Holley
Jeanette Heinzman Vason Holman
Ricky Hendley Susan Holman
Wade Hester Janet Horne
Dwainc Houston Sanford Jacobs
Lamar Houston Janis Jansen
Robin Howard James Jarrell
Cindy Hughes Carol Johnson
Luanne Hughes Delores Johnson
Dane Hughes Joanne Huiras
Dysonnyea Johnson Priscilla Joiner
Tim Jackson Audrey Jones
CORA CUFF — Parliamentarian of Sophomore Girls JIMMY LEE GARDNER — Parliamentarian of Sophomore Boys
Lavinne Jones Joey Kimbrell
Janice Kaufman Nancy Kory
Henry Keith Karen Kugler
Beverly Kelly John Lamoy
Charles Kendrick Alicia Lawson
Larry Kennedy Mike Layson
Debra Kenney Sonia Layton
251Sugie Litchen Sidney Mance
Lisa Lightfoot Jonnie Mann
Annie Lowe Lynn Marshall
Randy Luckie Cliff Martin
Michel Lunday Cris Massey
Deborah Luttrell Becky Mathews
Larry Mack Marie McCode
Larry Maddox Pamela McCray
Wallace McDonald Larry McDuffie Tommy McGee Gail McGuire Jim Mclnerney
John McGauhlin E ldie McMertry Jim Medlin Lois Menchio Alan Middlebrooks
Joe Mcnshew Barbara Mitchell Delois Mitchell Jack Mitchell Trudie Moncus
Kana Moody Mike Norris
Eddie Moore Nila Norton
Belinda Morris Melissa Oates
Teresa Myers Cathy Odum
Mark Myers Joy Oliver
Ricky Nall Steve Osburn
Michael Newell Ricky Owen
Ronald Newton jeannie Padgett
252Penny Pawley Betty Payne
Cindy Pettus Brenda Pollock
Billy Pate Alvin Perry
Cindy Paul Frankie Perry
Earthera Paulk Chuck Persall
Sarah Parker Ricky Pennington
Gerry Parnell Melanie Perrimann
Donnie Peacher Chris Poole
Ricky Pridgen Kathy Pruel Lane Pye Jackie Randall Laurie Randall
Craig Reed Mike Reed Betty Rehberg Wayne Reno Lee Revills
Brad Rice Lindy Roberts Beth Robertson Shelton Rose Jack Royal
Marcia Rudderman Jeff Shelton
Sheryl Ryals Terry Shepherd
Edwin Sammons John Sikes
Margaret Sassaman David Simmons
Mike Schramm Debbie Simpson
Bruce Shaw Steve Simpson
Pam Sheeks David Skates
Grant Sheilds Pat Skipper
253Johnny Slaton Pam Stone
Carl Smith Nancy Stretchers
Carol Smith Jo Summerford
Charles Smith Ricky Swantzell
Linda Stanford Susan Swink
Scottie Stansberry Ira Taylor
Linda Stephens Jimmie Taylor
Patricia Stoddard Willie Teemcr
Britt Thomas Ted Thomas Lisa Thomaston Sharon Thompson Steve Thompson
Teri Tison Jimmy Troutman Donna Trovinger Joan Tucker Toby Tucker
Jan Turner Gary Turpin Cleve Walden Wilburn Walker Ray Wallace
Bobby Watkins Jack Watkins
Sarah Wilboum Shrly Wiley
Kathy Webb Nancy Wilkerson
Mollie Westbrook Dwane Wilkes
Pam Whatley James Williams
Johnny White Rosalyn Williams
Pam Whittington Randy Wingate
Samuel Wicks James Worthy
2542552S8A D VER TISEMENTS
MAC GREGOR Compliments of
Consumer Division — Brunswick Corporation
Albany, Georgia TIFT WESTBROOK
Compliments of a 705 N. Slappy Albany, Georgia 439-2311
DANIELS BUILDERS There is only one —
628 Parkwood Dr. CLARK’S
GULF SERVICE 701 N. Jefferson St. Albany, Georgia Complete Car Service ALBERT C. CLARK, Operator HE 6-4868 AAA CONCRETE
' 111 1 i PRODUCTS CORP. "Manufacturers of Q Blocks"
Phone 436-9779 Phone 436-4626
ISIAH DANIELS — Proprietor 258 1224 Sylvester RoadCongratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1972 From
The Catholics of Albany and
St. Teresa's ChurchU-SAVE-IT
435-8351 210 Pine Avenue Albany, Georgia
Your Dependable Druggist Save With U-Save-ITdii —
Prescriptions, Gifts, Cosmetics and Candy Free Delivery
227 BROAD AVE.
ALBANY, GEORGIA TELEPHONE 435-4571
DRIVE INN 2322 N. Slappey Drive
SANDWICHES 222 Pine Avenue
Phone HE 2-6006 Phone HE 2-7001
Good Luck Class of '72 From Your Store
We prepare any amount for any occasion
Downtown Merry Acres
205 Broad 1408 Dawson Rd.
With Best Wishes From . . .
Your ‘‘17" Magazine Store
MIDTOWN MALL ALBANY, GA.______________
Hohnston 8? ]
212 Pine Avenue WAKEFORD INS. AGENCY
Albany, Georgia 31701 Albany, Georgia 238 Pine Ave.
Compliments of Congratulations Seniors '72
KEENAN TRANSFER STORAGE ASTON'S ONE HOUR CLEANERS 5th and Slappey
Compliments of BECK MOTOR COMPANY P r+nr Annrnved ► ' i SaIp And Service
Career Training Institute GMC TRUCKS Better Looking — Better Riding — Better Built
Best Wishes S. J. CURRY COMPANY, INC. ALBANY, GEORGIA 31702 Compliments of WATKINS BUILDERS SUPPLY 436-0314 Albany, Georgia
262 801 E. Ogelthorpe Expressway
1160 E. Broad Ave. 436-0377
EAST ALBANY LUMBER COMPANY
Retail Building Materials Pen Paints and Fiberglass Insulation Albany, Georgia
“Say It With Flowers"
ALBANY FLORAL CO.
DIAL 436-3387 COR. 7th AND MONROE
“Where customers and merchandise of auality meet"
BURTON'S SHOE STORE
Midtown Mall, Downtown
2633 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
• Main Office Next to Post Office
• Slappey Drive Office at Broad and Slappey
• 225 Broad Avenue Office
Plus a Facility at NAS Albany
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
— Serving Since 1905 —Compliments 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.
Albany Lincoln Mercury Co.
VOLKSWAGEN OF ALBANY, INC.
707 West Broad Ave.
P.O. Box 1650
We wish for your future every success.
LINCOLN MERCURY DIVISION
The action place where Business is being done and you are always No. I
632 W. Broad Ave.
Albany, Georgia 31701
William M. Dorsey Manager
245 Broad Avenue Albany, Ga.
26!BEST WISHES FROM THE ALBANY HERALD
"South Georgia's Metropolitan Newspaper"
317 N. Washington St. Albany, Georgia
DAIRY QUEEN AND BRAZIER
351 N. Slappey Drive and
East Albany Expressway of
BRUCE JONES, CO.
"Your Parts Jobber"
MEEKS ELECTRIC COMPANY
Contracting Heating Air Conditioning Appliances Service
212 N. Washington Midtown Shopping Ctr.
Phone 6-4621 Phone 5-8941
ALBANY, GEORGIAAuthentic School Rings — 3 Weeks Delivery GIFTS for All Occasion?
SAVELLE JEWELRY COMPANY
Midtown Shopping Center ALBANY, GEORGIA
Finest in Service — Finest in Quality STUDENT CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED
Butler-Johnson Moving Storage Furniture Co.
Kimbrell Stern Funeral Directors
1236 E. Broad Ave. Albany, Ga.
A GEORGIA PRESS AWARD-WINNING PAPER
HAYES CLOTHING COMPANY
Style Center for Formal Wear for All Occasions.
121 S. WASHINGTON STREET ALBANY, GA.
267Smifhwick Construction Company
FLOYD L. HERMAN SERVICE STATION AND FUEL OIL CO.
301 N. Slappey Drive Albany, Ga.
Fine Food for Fine People
JEFF S FOOD CENTER 1 506 Dawson Road
1602 Westown Road P.O. Box 1170 Phone 436-3381
WINGATE TRUCKING CO.
HE 5-5675 OR HE 5-5670 Complete Hauling Service
"Think first of service then call us." Albany, Georgia
UNION STOCK YARD
sale Wednesday 1:00 P.M.Phone: 436-0464
STALLINGS MUSIC CENTER
Music Is Our Middle Name BAND INSTRUMENTS, RENTAL, REPAIR
1304-A W. Broad Ave. Albany, Georgia
RED DOOR TO FASHION
614 N. Sloppey Drive Albany, Georgia
MERCK CHEMICAL DIVISION
Merck Co., Inc.
Radium Springs Road Albany, Georgia
Fresh Meats Produce — Bakery Delicatessen Quality Foods
S H Green Stamps Albany, Ga.
WATKINS LUMBER COMPANY, INC.
JOE BRASHEARS STEEL, INC.
Reinforcing Steel Structural Steel Building Supplies
Industry Avenue Albany, Georgia Phone 439-221 I
CT' rsf L ec eraf (Savings
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 401 Pine Avenue • Albany, Georgia Joy's Hair Fashions
PRITCHETT MOTORS, INC. Specializing in
Your Chrysler—Plymouth Dealer MEN'S HAIRSTYLING
222 West Broad
MARY CARTER PAINTS Georgia's largest supply and most complete stock of
Craft Department Upstairs 630 W. Oglethorpe 436-5J97 dress fabrics, drapery, upholstery and sewing notions. Specializing in custom made drapes, cornices, slip covering and upholstering.
Albany, Ga. 320 N. Slappey Albany, Georgia
IVEY DRUG CO.
1009 N. Monroe Ave. Albany, Georgia
“We Are As Close As Your Telephone"
ED IVEY, Pharmacist
Store Phone 432-1203 Night Phone 342-9705N. LYMAN HART, Owner Phone 435-4787
SETS THE STYLE
THE STAG SHOP
Men's Fashionable Wear 14 Midtown Shopping Center Phone 435-4787 Albany, Ga.
Ti rest one stores
Albany. Georgia 31701 Phone: 436 0576 Downtown Merry Acres
105 N. Washington 1406 Dawson Rd.
H. DAVIS and SON'S
Midtown Mall Tel. 435 2281
BALDWIN PIANO'S AND ORGANS sales and service
"rent to own" plan
ZOELLNER MUSIC CO.
810 W. Oglethorpe Ave.
436 1591ALBANY OUTBOARD MARINE
BROOKS AUTO PARTS
"All Around the Town"
Buy Top Performance
MERCURY OUTBOARD MOTORS
matched by high performance
4 H.P. thru 135 H.P.
C. CALLAHAN, JR. Owner
Corner of 5th and North Sloppy Free Delivery 436-5736
Phone 435-2503 705 S. Slappey Blvd. Albany, Georgia
compliments of the
I 12-1 14 Broad Avenue
SCHOOL SUPPLIESBest Wishes From
THE NATIONAL BANK fij H OF ALBANY HFl
MEMBER: F.D.I.C. AND THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
A FULL SERVICE BANK Four Convenient Banking Locations —
Main Bank Five Points South Northwest
410 W. Broad 300 S. Mock Rd.
407 S. Slappey 2349 Dawson Rd.
"More Bank for Your Money'
Tom Malone REALTOR
Congratulations to the Class of '72
ECONOMY AUTO STORE
Corner of Brood Washington
Auto Accessories And Appliances
Real Estate Building, or Insurance
415 Pine Ave.
Albany Lamp Service and Sales, Inc.
717 Oglethorpe Ave. Albany, Georgia
Northside Shopping Center
910 N. Jefferson Phone HE 6-7272
MEDICAL ARTS PHARMACY
412 Fourth Ave. Phone HE 6-3838
21 Broad Avenue Albany, Georgia
BAILES OLDSMOBILE, INC.
1021 East Oglethorpe Expressway P.O. Box 1378, 436-7751 Albany, Georgia 31702
CLEVE WESTER'S TIRE MART, INC.
1601 ii. ALBANY EXPRESSWAY ALBANY, GA 31705
Uniroyal — Dayton — Guardian — Autolite
313 N. Jefferson Albany, Georgia
Phone: 435-7788P.O. Box 1376 Albany, Georgia 31702
619 Pine Ave.
HANKINS INSURANCE AGENCY
Insurance of All Kinds
Telephone 435-1141 435 4956
CHARLES R. HANKINS
Hawkinson Treads Outwear Most New Tires
906 N. Sloppey FLORISTS - GARDEN SUPPLIES - PETS
Best Wishes to the Class of '72
ALBANY GENERAL TIRE SERVICE
1006 West Broad Street Albany, Georgia
W. H. THOMPSON
207-A Broad Ave. Albany, Ga.
for men and boys
Tops 'n Bottoms
1316 N. Jackson St. Albany, Georgia
Congratulations to the Class of '72 From
ACC Distributors Division of Albany Candy Co.Compliments of HARLEM CUT RATE DRUGS Compliments of ALL SPORTS, INC.
"Your Complete Community Drugstore" "Albany's 1st and only 100% Sporting Goods Center with the lowest sporting goods prices in Albany."
309 So. Jackson St. 1 18 N. Washington 6 2674
Plan Your Career in the Congratulations And Best Wishes
AUTOMOTIVE OWENS, INC.
Service Industry AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMOTIVE WHOLESALING SERVICES Sporting Goods — Hardware Luggage — Housewares — Toys Schwinn Bicycles — Playground Equipment
KEENAN AUTO PARTS CO. 202 Broad Ave.
PAT’S CYCLE SHOP
Bicycles Keys Lawnmowers Sales Service
143 Pine Ave. Phone 2-7616 Albany, Georgia
Helen Ervin of ERVIN FLORIST 111 1 Fourth Avenue HE 5-4244 Albany, Georgia Weddings, Funerals, Corsages Cut Flowers, Potted Plants Clothes For Young Women Of All Ages Downtown and Midtown Mall
276 Congratulations and Best Wishes from the Folks at
THE CENTER — THE MALL
“The Center of shopping for Southwest Georgia"Compliments of
ALBANY SCALE CO.
200 E. Broad Albany, Georgia
LAFAYETTE RADIO ELECTRONIC ASSOCIATE STOREs
154 N. Slappy 435-1044
Security Bank and Trust Co.
700 Pine Avenue Member FDIC
Toasted 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
f ATl? Sr ftyUZAT INC.
THE SREAT NAMES IN THREAD7£e Citizens £ Sou Aern 73an A
of yi Eany
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
What can we do for you?
Potter Motor Co.
1501 E. Albany Expressway
East Albany Expressway
Dining Room and Take Out Service for All Foods and Beverages
1604 N. Slappey
107 S. Slappey
TOWN COUNTRY SHOP
MEN'S HAIRSTYLING BY
LAKE PARK BARBER SHOP
1929 Dawson Road 436-6670
TAPES PLAYERS CAR and HOME
8 Track Cassette
PATCHES and POSTERS
COMPLETE INSTALLATION 439-8900AULTMAN MOTOR CO.
948 Oglethorpe Ave. Albany, Sa.
Got the Munchies? Come See Superscoop.
911 N. Slappy Ph: 6 3131
Specializing in Party Goods
Congratulations to CLASS OF 72
Phone: 436 2431
Parts Service Body Repairs
First Methodist YouthRAILWAY FREIGHT SALVAGE
All types of merchandise at salvage prices
You name it — we may have it
I 140 Gillionville Rd.
LYKES BROTHERS, INC. OF GEORGIA
The South's Most Progressive Meat Packers
Albany High Senior Rings by
"A Complete Graduation Service"
INVITATIONS — CARDS — DIPLOMAS CAPS and GOWNS — CHOIR ROBES MEDALS — PINS — TROPHIES
ELLIOT BATTLE Tifton, G«.
282Bottled under the authority of The Coca-Cola Co. by The Albany Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
• Industrial or Outdoor Serving 20-1,000
All Types Food Foreign, Barbecue Plan — Fancy
FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES
We Specialize In — QUALITY FOOD AND FAST SERVICE Breakfast — Lunch — Dinner — Short Orders OPEN 24 HOURS
For Take Out Orders Dial Any 3 Locations
New Albany Hotel 436 0010
375 N. Slappey Blvd.
400 2nd Ave. I Block South Of The Hospital
Admiral Color T.V.
Stereos — Tape Players
Vacuum Cleaners Sewing Machines Musical Instruments Carpet Gifts
"WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL"
I 105 Gillionville Rd.
435 2101 Albany, Georgia
Best Wishes and a Happy and Prosperous Future to Each of You
ALBANY BOWLING SUPPLIES, INC.
929 W. Highland Albany, Ga. 31701
FRED W. CARTER
Alt 0j A H mi
Under Management of
DIVERSIFIED DEV. CO. OF ALBANY, INC.
Albany, GeorgiySave pennies on every item . . . Save dollars every week!
L. PRISANT JEWELERS
Albany, Georgia HE 2-6136 219A Broad Ave.
See Our Pre-engagement Rings
N. Slappey and Palmyra Rd. Albany, Georgia
HE 2-6451 234 Broad Ave.
WOOD’S JEWELRY COMPANY
Albany, Georgia Albany High School Charms
MAGNOLIA STREET GROCERY
finest quality meats in town
ALBANY, GEORGIA 43-2-1671 1 1 3 N. Washington
Congratulations Class of 1972
"JESCO" JAMES EQUIPMENT SUPPLY CO.
POTEAT FUNERAL HOME
608 8th Ave.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS Albany, Georgia 31702
MRS. BERTHA S. POTEAT JAMES GRIFFEN E. O. THOMAS JR.
Owner Mgr. Mortician
Phona 436-3615 306 Whitney AvenueAMOS SAMFORD, INC.
Contractors and Engineers “Skmvk 'pcciKttu'ie Southwest Georgia's Only American Traditional Shop . . . 51 1 Broad Ave. 435-5448
compliments of BAMA’S SHOP
BISHOP'S Women’s Ready-to-Wear
1107 S. Slappey Albany, Ga. 214 Pine Ave. Albany, GeorgiaMILLER BUICK - OPEL
221 Oglethorpe Ave. Albany, Ga. 432-7411
Sales and Service
WRIGHT'S FLOUR FEED STORE
Your Red Hat Dealer 220 Oglethorpe Ave. Ph: 2-2831 Albany, Georgia
Visit our beautiful Tropical Room for Fine Foods
a leiliorpe Q% iel
941 OGLETHORPE AVE.
(j lllany, Qeorgta 31701
DIAL (9121 435-8306
THE STYLE SHOP
103 North Washington
ALBANY FROZEN FOODS
Albany, GeorgiaCompliments of
HOLMAN MOTOR COMPANY
L. P. GAS AND APPLIANCES PROPANE
Mercedes-Benz Toyota — Triumph
Gas Heating Air Conditioning
Central Heating Floor Furnaces
Ph: 912 436-0352 P.O. Box 1764
714 Oglethorpe Exp.
Propane Gas Service
WALDEN AND KIRKLAND
L. G. BALFOUR CO.
Congratulations to the Class of 72
HARLEM CAB COMPANY
NATHAN MORGAN JEFF MORGAN
2l7! 2 S. Jackson St. Albany, Georgia
JOE SNEED, Owner
JAZZ BALLROOM BALLET TAP JACK DETHERAGE ( roudjL INSURANCE AGENCY % InsuraHie J AGENT t
MURPHY DANCE STUDIO 1211 Second Avenue HE 2-1208 General Insurance 504 S. Slappey Drive — Albany, Georgia
Albany, Georgia “Serves You First"
MASON’S JEWELERS MIDTOWN MALL JIM STIMPSON
Complete Bridal Dept. Fine Jewelry Albany's Finest Jewelry Store 707 H. Slappey Albany, Georgia
BOB’S CANDIES, INC.
435-4504 Pretoria Rd.
HALEY MOTOR CO. Sales FORD Service ALBANY, GEORGIA
435-8313 408 North Slappey Albany, Georgia 289OXFORD CONSTRUCTION CO. INC.
2615 N. Slappy Blvd.
• Highways and Street Construction
• Asphalt and Concrete Paving
• Land Clearing and Grading
• Storm and Sanitary Sewers
• Parking Lots and Subdivisions
HEAVY EQUIPMENT RENTALS
MILLER DISTRIBUTING CO.
436-3080 After Hours
439-7181 IF NO ANSWER 432-5417
504 Pine Avenue Albany
ROYAL CROWN COLA
East Albany Expressway
Dining Room and Take Out Service for All Foods and Beverages
1604 N. Slappey
WELCOME! NEHI BOTTLING COMPANY
to the 11 24 Highlond Ave.
CLASS OF 72 436-0101
From Awnings, Carports
Aluminum Sidings, Storm Windows
BETA CLUB Steel Buildings, Screens
"Lot our Whools Jo Your Wtlking'
KNIGHTS MOTOR COMPANY
1314 W. BROAD AVENUE
Albany. Georgia Bus. Phone 439-7031
LEONARD M. GARY A. KNIGHT MACK G. KNIGHT
Res. Phone 435-4840 Res. PKone 435-3379
291J. D. Construction Co. Inc. and Davis Realty
505 C. S. Slappey Builders of New Homes and Sell and Trade of Old Ones.
SONNY CAMPBELL TEXACO
Construction Co. Inc.
Storm and Sanitary Sewers Pollution Control
Mechanic on Duty
Front End Alignment and Rebuilding Wheel Balancing—Complete Brake Service Phone HE 6-1790 1007 N. Slappey Drive
and Chemicals Inc.
Albany, Ga. Columbus, Ga. Valdosta, Ga. Dothan, Ala. Panama City, Fla. Pensacola, Fla.
Miami, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. Chattanooga, Tenn.
Plumbing and Heating
SPECIALIZING IN Commercial Properties Multi-Unit Housing Land Developments Georgia — Florida — Texas 91 I West OglethorpeEVANS OF ALBANY
BEAUTY SALON 436 121 I
I 70 N. Slappey
Lilliston is a Good Place to Work"
GEORGIA295296A.H.S. Senior Directory
ALBRITTON, CHERYL — VICA - (Secretary - 3, Chaplain - 4) ARTERSON. CHARLES — Band
ARNOLD. DAVID — B-Team Basketball. Pow Wow Staff BAGGETT, DEBORAH — Beta Tri-Hi-Y - (Chaplain - 3). DECA BAILEY, CHARLOTTE
BARBER, BOB — Senior Hi-Y - (Treasurer - 4)
BARTO, RUSTY Basketball. Tennis BASKO, RICKY
BAXTER. MIKE — Football. Student Council, Boys’ Stale • (Mayor, Attorney General)
BEAVER, SUSAN — Alpha Tri-Hi-y. DECA - (Chaplain - 4) BEDSOLE. MICHAEL BELL, ROSIA
BENTON. ED — Football. Track. Senior Hi-Y BLACKSHEAR. VIRGINIA BLOCKER. PATRICIA — FHA BOHANNON. MARTHA
BOULWARE, TERRI — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y - (Community Chairman -4)
BOYD. DOROTHY — FTA, FHA. (Chaplain - 2). Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi Y (Vice President - 2). Beta Tri-Hi-Y - (Vice President - 3. President • 4)
BRADSAHW, BONITA — Pep Club, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y (Pari. - 2.
President • 3), Basketball BRANNECKY, PATTI — Library Club
BRASWELL, SUSAN — French Club - (Secretary • 3), Pow Wow Staff • (Feature Editor - 4), Alpha Tri-Hi-Y - (School Projects Chairman - 4)
BRIMBERRY. BERT — Basketball, Tennis, Student Council -(Pari.
- 4), Bi-Racial Council — (President • 4), Sophomore Class - Vice President, Junior Class - Treasurer, Senior Class Vice President. Senior Superlative
BRINSON, THERESA — Beta Tri-Hi-Y - (Publicity Chairman - 4) BRISBOIS, DAVID — Football, Track, ROGB. Boys’ State, Student Council BROWN. FLORA BRUCE, JO ANN
BROCK. BROCKY — Football, Baseball, Senior Superlative BRODBECK, ROBIN Beta Tri-Hi-Y (School Chairman - 2). Pep Club, Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y BROOKS, PAM — French Club. Drill Team - (Captain - 4) BROOME. JANICE — French Club BROWN, BETTY — Pow Wow Staff BROW N, JOSEPH
BROWN, PEGGY — Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y, Beta Tri-Hi-Y BROWN. SHARON — Beta Club. JCL, Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Student Council, Color Guard BULLINGTON, DONNA — Beta Tri-Hi-Y, (Chaplain - 4) Color Guard
BUSBEE, JAN — Pep Club. Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y - (Service Chairman
- 3, President - 4), Beta Club - (Secretary • 4), Senior Superlative BUTLER. CHRISTINE — Beta Tri-Hi-Y - (President 3)
CALLAWAY, GENE — Golf CARLTON, JEANINE CARSWELL, TERRY
CARTER, MARY — Gamma Tri-Hi-Y, FHA. FTA, Beta Tri-Hi-Y CHAMPION. WENDY — Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y - (Vice President - 3). Pep Club - (Secretary - 3, Treasurer - 4), Student Council, Beta Club, Annual Staff • (Assistant Editor - 4), Tennis, Junior Class • President, Senior Representative on Homecoming Court, Senior Superlative
CHATMON, TOMMY — Drum Major. ROGB CLARK, CHERYL
CLARK, CATHY — FTA. Beta Tri-Hi-Y - (Pari. - 4)
CLANTON. BILL — Baseball, DECA - (Treasurer - 3). Phi Delta Sweetheart CLOWER, TERRY — Pep Club
COLEMAN. TERRI — DECA • (President - 4), FTA. (Secretary Treasurer • 4). Beta Club, Beta Tri-Hi-Y - (School Projuects Chairman)
COOK. JOYCE COOK. THERESA
COOKE. SUSAN — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, DECA COW ART. MARTIN — French Club CRADDOCK. BETTY — FHA
CROWE. DEBORAH — FHA • (Program Chairman • 3, President -4), Kappa Gamma Tri-Hi-Y CUTTS, VICTORIA — Band
DANIEL, ANDY — Football, Track. Baseball. Sophomore Class -(Secretary)
DANIEL, MYRA — Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y, VICA
DAN NIELS. HARRIETT
DAVIS, ANN — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y
DeFILIPPI, LINDA — Beta Club, FHA - (Secretary 4)
DEI I ER, TED — Football, Baseball. Block A, Sophomore. Junior, Senior Class - (Treasurer) Senior Superlative, Annual Staff DeLOACH, HUTCH — Tennis, Band, Block A - (Treasurer - 4), Senior Hi-Y (Treasurer - 4)
DENT, LEON — Basketball. Student Council DOLLAR. JERRY — Baseball. Block A DOLLAR, MIKE — Football. Track DREW', LINDY
DUFFY. TERRI — Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y. French Club - (President -3), Pep Club • (Vice President • 3), Senior Superlative DUKE, THERESA Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y, Beta Tri-Hi-Y - (Vice President - 4), FTA - (Pari. - 4) VICA DUNKELBERGER. SHERYL — Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y - (Secretary -3,4). VICA - (Secretary - 4)
ERWIN, JEN — Basketball, Pep Club. Block A, Scribe Staff, Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y. Alpha Tri-Hi-Y - (Vice President • 4), Student Council
EVANS. SANDY — Cheerleader - (Captain - 4). Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y. Block A. Annual Staff - (Faculty Editor - 4), Senior Superlative. Miss AHS, Pep Club
297EYLES. JOE — Beta Club. Pow Wow • (Editor - 4) Annual Staff • (Sports Editor • 4)
FACKLER, DENNY — Football FARR. RONNIE FAULKNER. REX
FENDER, SUE — FHA • (Vice President • 3). VICA FIELDS, ALICE FIELDS. ROSA
FLETCHER. DAVID — Football, Track, Junior Class, and Senior Class • (Parliamentarian). Senior Superlative FOX, DENISE — Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y, Basketball FREEMAN, PAULA — Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club. Beta Tri-Hi-Y FRAZER. DANTZ — Scribe Staff FULLER, KENNETH — DECA
GARNER. JOE — Beta Club, Senior Hi-Y. Pow Wow Staff, Governor's Honors, Star Student GAY. STEVEN — Band. ROGB, Governor's Honors GIDDENS, BONNIE — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y GILLIAM. MARK — Scribe Staff - (Sophomore Editor - 4) GILMORE, BOB — Football, Track, Block A, Pow Wow Staff GORDON, CLAUD
GREAVES, CARLTON — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y
GREENE, JEFF — Football, Track, Pep Club Sweetheart - 4, Senior Superlative GREENE, JOHN — Beta Club, Junior Classical League GREENE, MARK GREENSPUN. PATRICIA GRIFFIN, GRAYSON — DECA GRIFFIN, JAMES — Hi-Y GRISSOM. LENNY — DECA
HAGLER, MARY BESS — Beta Club, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Sophomore Class - (Secretary)
HAIRE. JANICE HARD, STEWART
HARDEGREE, BILL — Albany High Band HARDIN, STEVE — Football, (Captain - 4), Basketball, Baseball. Track, Student Council, Junior, Sophomore, Senior - (President). Block A, Senior Superlative HARDRICK, ALBERT HARMAN, TORRI — DECA HARRIS, NEI£ON — Basketball
HEIDT. MARY — Pep Club, Cheerleader, Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Sophomore Class • (Vice-President), Student Council, Block A, French Club - (Vice-President), Scribe, Co-Captain Cheerleading. Senior Superlative HENDERSON, RHONDA HENNINGFIELD. CRAIG — Football, Block A HERRON, DANNY
HICKS. JUDY — Varsity Cheerleader, Scribe, Block A HINDERLEIDER. DIANE — Beta Club, Scribe, Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, Student Council, Library Service Club HOLMES. WANDA — Band, French Club HOLTON, CONNIE — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, (President - 4), Beta Club HOOKS, RANDALL HOOKS, RODNEY HOUSTON. WALLY — Football HOW ARD, DON
HOWARD, RICHIE — Football. Baseball. Track
JENKINS, DEE — VICA, (President - 4)
JETER, SUE — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y • (Chaplain - 4). Band. Scribe JOHNSON, BARBARA — Band. Pep Club HOGG. TIM — DECA
JOHNSON. CLEO — Football - (Co-Captain • 4). Basketball. Band, Track, Baseball
JOHNSON, GLORIA — Pep Club, Scribe. FTA, Band-Drill Team -(Captain), Library Service Club • (President)
JOINES, ROBERT JONES. GWENDOLYN
JONES. MARTHA ANN — Tennis Team. Platonians, Beta Club, Pep Club, Photographer, (Pow Wow and Annual Staff)
JONES, NANCY — DECA
JONES. WALTER — Basketball, Senior Superlative KENNEDY, PAULETTE — Drill Team, Pep Club KEZER. SANDY
KIERCE, LAW ANA — Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y, (Vice-President - 3. President - 4)
KING, ASHLEY — Senior Hi Y KING, CHRIS — Baseball. Block A
KIRKSEY, MARY ANNE — Tennis Team, Basketball, Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y • (Secretary - 4), Scribe, Block A. Junior Class • (Vice-President), Annual Staff, Pep Club KNIGHT, PENNY — Student Council, FHA, - (Degrees Chairman) LANE, MARY — DECA LANIER, JOHNNY
LAW RENCE, JOSEPH — Biracial Committee, DECA, Scribe, Pep Club
LIGGIN, LINDA — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club
LIGHTFOOT. BILL — Pow-Wow, Band
LEWIS. BENJAMIN — VICA
LEWIS, KENNETH — DECA, Scribe
LOCKARD, KAREN — Beta Club, Beta Tri-Hi-Y, - (Treasurer - 3 and 4), Pep Club, Bi-Racial Council LORIG, SHIRLEY — Scribe LOW MAN, STAN
LYALL, MIKE — Short Circuits, • (Treasurer-4)
MAINES, DEBBIE — Student Council, Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Platonians, Annual Staff, Pep Club, Junior Class • (Parliamentarian), Beta Club - (President - 4). Pow Wow • (Club Editor - 4). Senior Superlative
MAJORS, CHARLOTTE — Band. DECA -(Assistant Reporter)
McBRICE, DIANE — Scribe
McCLLRE, CLARK — Short Circuits
McCOLL, STACY — Epsilon. Pow Wow
McKEMIE. GORDON — Basketball. Tennis, Beta Club
McKNIGHT, JEROLD — Band, Senior Hi Y
MELTON, RONNIE — Library Assistant
MERCER, JOHNNY — DCT
298MITCHELL, ESTHER — Scribe, French Club. ETA. Annual Staff MITCHELL, GARY — ROGB
MITCHELL. LARRY — Student Council • (Vice-President - 3. President • 4). Beta Club. Bi-Racial Committee, Senior Hi Y -(Vice-President - 3)
MYERS. PATRICIA — Student Council, DECA - (Secretary - 4), Senior Class • (Parliamentarian - 4), Senior Superlative NEWELL, PENNY — EHA - (Parliamentarian - 4)
NICHOLS. PENNY NIX. DEANNA — DECA NOBLES. JANE — VICA
NORRIS, DEBBIE — Senior Class - (President), Homecoming Queen, Majorette - (Head - 4), Beta Club, Senior Superlative, Student Council. Miss A.H.S. (Second Runner-up - 4, Miss Congeniality - 3), Pow Wow O BRIEN. MIKE
O'NEAL. KEVIN — Basketball, Football, Baseball, Track
PAYNE-, JOHNNY — Football. Basketball, Senior Superlative, Annual Staff • (Sports Editor)
PENNINGTON, KATHY — DECA PENNINGTON, KAY PERRY. NATHANIEL
PETERSEN, PETE — Basketball, Baseball, Track, Senior Superlative, Senior Class -(Secretary)
PETERSON, PAT — Band, DECA PFEIFFER, CRAIG PHELPS, JAMES POWELL, VICKIE PRINCE, PANDORA
PRUET. LESLIE — Scribe, Platonians, Pow Wow RANDALL, CYNTHIA — VICA. FTA RAY, JANIE — VICA. Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y, FHA REVELL, BECKY — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, - (Parliamentarian - 4), Pow Wow, Junior Class - (Treasurer), Senior Class • (Secretary) REVELL, CARLA — Pow Wow REVELL, CLIFF — Pow Wow RICH. SUSAN — Annual Staff - (Ad Editor)
RICHTER. FRED — DECA, Pow Wow
RIGGINS, JOYCE — FHA - (Parliamentarian - 2)
ROGERS, PAM — Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Student Council, Sophomore Class - (Secretary), Sophomore representative in Homecoming, DECA, Senior Superlative RUSSELL, CELESTE SALTER, JANE SANTOS, STEVE — Pow Wow
SATTERFIELD, LISA — Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Annual Staff - (Class Editor - 4), Beta Club SCHLIE, GAIL — Student Council, Platonians, Scribe SELMAN, DANNY
SENN. DEBBIE — FHA - (Chaplain - 3). VICA
SEWELL. CAROL SHARP. VICKIE
5HAWVER, STANLEY — Football, Track, Band SHEALY, GENA KAY — Pep Club, Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Pow Wow - (Typist • 4)
SHEPHERD, PAM — DECA. Beta Tri-Hi-Y SHEPPARD, SUSAN — Annual Staff - (Editor - 4). Scribe, Tennis, Beta Club. Senior Class - (Vice-President), Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y -(Vice-President • 4, School Projects Chairman - 3), Student Council - (Secretary • 4), Pep Club, Senior Superlative, Girls' State SHIVER. LYNN — Phi Della Tri-Hi-Y SIMMONS. CHRIS — Short Circuits, DECA SIMPSON, PHYLLIS
SIMS, JIMMY — Football. Track, Baseball, Junior Class • (Treasurer), Sophomore Class - (Parliamentarian)
SINGLETON, MIKE — Senior Hi Y
SLAPPEY, PAUL — Block A, Beta Club. VICA. FTA
SLATON, KATHERINE — Pep Club, FTA, Scribe, Annual Staff
SMITH, AL Basketball. Track. Senior Superlative
SMITH, ANELLA — Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y
SMITH. DAVID — Track, Football
SMITH. JAMES — Band
SPENCE. MARIA — Student Council, Pep Club, Block A, Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y. DECA • (Parliamentarian - 4). Varsity Cheerleader
SPURLIN, ALLEN — Student Council, ROGB, Senior Superlative STAINES, DELORA — Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y STOKES, BARRY — Football, Baseball, Track, Block A STRAIN. BREN ETTA — Scribe STRAWDER, SUSAN
STRETCHERS, HAZEL — FHA - (Treasurer • 4)
STRICKLAND. MARY STUBSS, JANE STULTS. CARL
STULTS, CINDY — Pow Wow • (Typists - 4)
SURFACE. GEORGE SWARTZELL, DENNIE
SWINK, MIKE — Beta Club, Short Circuits - (Secretary - 4) TANNER, RICHARD
TATE. ANGELENA — VICA, Senior Class - (Treasurer) TARLETON, TONY — Short Circuits • (Vice-President)
TAYLOR. JULIAN - Football, Track
TAYLOR. JANE — Pow Wow, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y - (Secretary-Treasurer - 4)
THOMAS, MARTY — Football, Track. Block A
THOMPSON, BEATRICE — Band
THOMPSON, DEBBIE — Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y - (Treasurer - 4), Scribe, Student Council, Platonians, DECA - (Secretary • 4), Pep Club
TOMLINSON. ROBBY — Football. Alpha Tri-Hi-Y Sweetheart, Block A
TOMS, ANNE — Senior Superlative TRUITT, FORREST — Student Council
299TUCKER. DEBBIE TURNER. GEORGE VEASEY. MIKE — Baseball
WANGEN, GINNY — Pep Club, Student Council, Annual Staff • (Class Editor), Tennis, Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y WARD. BRENDA — DECA
WEBB. KELLINE — Beta Tri-Hi-Y. DECA, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y WEBB. MARY
WEBB. PERRY — Beta Club, Senior Hi Y, ROGB - (Vice-President - 4). Band • (President - 4)
WHATLEY. JEFF — Beta Club, Star Student WHATLEY, DEBBIE — Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Student Council WHITE. JAMES
WHITTINGTON. CURTIS — ROGB, Band WIGGINS, CLARENCE WILKES. ROBBIE — VICA
WILLIAMS, DARVI — Scribe, Annual Staff. Senior Hi Y. Pep Club. FTA, Band. Platonians. French Club WILLIAMS. DEBBYE — FTA, Pep Club, Scribe, Annual Staff.
Drill Team WILLIAMS, JACQUELINE — Scribe WILLIAMS, JAMES
WILLIAMS, JOEY — Band, ROGB - (President - 4, Vice-President • 3), Senior Hi Y. Student Council WILLIAMS, BILL
W'lLSON. RANDY — Short Circuits, Annual Staff W'INBUSH. RAVELLE
W'OMACK. JOY - Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, - (Vice-President -3), Beta Club, Junior Representative in Homecoming, ROGB Sweetheart - 3 W'OOD. PHIL WRIGHT. TONY
WORTMAN, TWILA — Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club YARBROUGH, ROBIN — Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y
ZEIGLER, SAM — Block A, Manager of Football, Basketball, Track
Owed To The Teachers
You took me by surprise, you did I knew not what to say Your kind remarks, your highest thoughts Were open to display.
But I will offer this to you In ny own defense When pas8ion comes to take control I lose my eloquence.
Although your go at song and stunt Was very brave and bold Stick to the art of teaching, please— Out there it’s very cold.
My subject now is chafing dish
Bright, beautiful and strong I'll have you by to chafe with me Ere the time is long I thank you very much indeed for the covered dish But I must say with great dismay I didn’t get ay fish,
I take ay leave with heavy heart Aware what I'll be missin
A kind regard, good atmosphere And just a little hiasin'.
I’ll came again and see you soon I’ll always keep in touch.
It is a fact, you can be sure.
I'll miss you very much..
How Hornsby comes upon the scene And tries to fill ay shoes While I go 'way up on the hill
To sing the "Big House Blues".
When I assume my duties there
I'll have a big head starts Tradition, pride, class and style
Of Albany High School in ny heartsAuto?ranhs
GOODBYE, GRAYDON (Sung to tune of "Hello Dolly")
Goodbye, Graydon, yes. Goodbye, Graydon It’s so sad for you to leave dear A. H« S.
You've been here long, Graydon Sing sad songs, Graydon
As you journey to the big house over-- on the Flint.
When you get there, Graydon,
Please do share, Graydon
How we feel about this damn semester grading.
Your new job's a—big break,
Kids won't call—you snake
Now that you've got your seventeen points to go graduate
Of you we wish no less Than the very best
And you can come cry on our shoulders anytime So with all our—good wishes Please enjoy these dishes
In your position don't forget that we're your pet 11
Take your bows, Graydon
Your time to shine is now, Graydon
As we all sniff back a tear
Promise to visit over here
You'll bo welaomed anytime you doji
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