Albany High School - Thronateeska Yearbook (Albany, GA)
- Class of 1975
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Albany High School Albany, Georgia
1975way we were. . .or has time « CHUrXCMS ' Alma Mater
You're a grand oYschool 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 Here's to you Dear old A.H.5.Ta ble of Con ten ts
This year the annual is dedicated to a man who has shown sincere interest in the athletic program at Albany High School. He began his teaching and coaching career at Albany High School in 1961. He became head varsity basketball coach in 1966. During the past ten years, his overall win-loss record is 181 wins to 85 losses. We would like to thank him for his devotion of time and untiring effort in teaching and coaching. The 1974-1975 Throna-teeska is dedicated to Coach Gordon Dixon.Steve Johnson — Editor
But our diligent, hard working staff, by way of a miracle, constructed an annual of which we hope you will all be proud and will appreciate. We have tried to put into book-form, the highlights of this school year. We have tried studiously to represent all ethnic groups associated with this school. We hope that no one was overlooked in the shuffle and that due credit was given to all individuals who deserved to be recognized. The annual staff would like to extend congratulations and best wishes to all recipients of this publication and hope that with it you are able to recall the good memories as well as the bad ones of the 1974-75 school year. We would like to extend special thanks to Mrs. Futch, Miss Hogg, and the rest of the faculty for being very cooperative and understanding when we needed them.
Among God’s best gifts to us are our memories. This is not meant to imply that this year’s Thronateeska is a gift from God, however, it is a miracle that we have an annual this year. Of course, with any production of this size there are always going to be rough times when things seem impossible. But this year things were a bit tougher than in previous years. The economic situation of the 1974-75 school year put an extra strain on the annual staff.Student Body Leaders
Donna 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 Donna 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 member of the Beta Club, Pep Club, Civinettes, Annual Staff, Student Dress Code Committees and a Senior Superlative. Thank you Donna for a job well done.
Donna Norris — President of the Student Body
20Mark is the Vice-President of our Student Body. His warm personality makes him a favorite among the student body. He has great enthusiasm which seems to reflect on the student body. Part of his duties were to help Donna in various decisions and assisting her with making announcements. Mark is also a member of the Senior Hl-Y, and the
Mark Fallis — Vice-President of the
Zouncil is the student representation at Albany High resentatives from each homeroom meet to plan activi-
The Georgia Chamber of Commerce sponsors the STAR STUDENT program. Each year the recipient of this award is one who is in the top ten percent of his or her class and scores the highest on the SAT. In turn the student chooses a teacher who has shown the qualities of a top teacher, to be their STAR TEACHER. This year's STAR STUDENT is Jeline Knighton, and her STAR TEACHER is Celeste Smith.
A dedicated teacher should offer more to students than just the everyday classroom education. She should be willing to give her time out of class as well as in class. Miss Smith does this and much more. She is truly interested in her students and is a good friend as well as a good teacher.
Miss Celeste Smith and Jeline Knighton
22Kiwanis and McIntosh Awards
The KIWANIS and MclNTOSH 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.
Susan Tate is the senior girl who is the recipient of the KIWANIS award, and James Harpe is the senior boy who is the recipient of the MclNTOSH award.
‘Honor is purchased by deeds we do;
. . . honor is not won.
Until some honorable deed be done.” — Marlowe
23Do ugh erty Co un ty Board of Ed uca tion
MR. PAUL ROBERTSON AAR. GRAYDON PIERCE
Superintendent of the Dougherty County Schools Administrative Assistont for Secondary Schools
Front Row: AAr. Morgan Murphy, AAr. R. H. Warren, Dr. J. P. Cheevers
Back Row: Mr. Charles Nesbitt, Mr. Felix Marbury, Mr. Franklin Cross, AAr. Harvey Cohen
MR. LOUIE HORNSBY
What is the value of a high school annual . . . your high school annual? Today, perhaps, only the cost of its printing and production; but over the years it will be invaluable. As one reviews it over the years, he is likely to re-evaluate his own efforts, his wisdom of the past, his attitudes towards friends and relatives, and his outlook on life. As he does so he will likely make new resolutions and launch out on new horizons. If this is the case, each time it is reviewed will be as a mile post on life’s journey.
How well one is able to take pauses along the way and evaluate the past and make plans for the future is determined, to a great degree, by how well he disciplines himself as a youth. It is the responsibility of each person to prepare for life through mental, physical and spiritual development that will provide the stamina necessary for all trying occasions. This kind of development has been more evident among young people in the last year or two than it has been for quite a number of years. There has been a renewed interest in sports and outdoor physical activities, and a change from attitudes of selfishness to that of unselfishness in sharing. It is hoped that this is the beginning of a trend that will blossom into the development of a much more wonderful generation of people. You should be able to say whether it is true as you review this yearbook in years to come. You, as future decision-making citizens have a constant challenge to first improve yourselves and then set about to improve your surroundings.
MR. BILL BATES — Assistant Principal
This year has seen a lot of new happenings. A winning football season and initiation of the demerit system to mention but two. In the months and years ahead new things will be happening to each of you. I sincerely wish that these new things will also be good — good for your personal success and for the environment in which you live. Remember, an individual can make good things happen
— just as the graduating seniors made their graduation possible
— just as the coaches and the team made the winning season happen. Don't be comfortable and think accomplishments are accidental and will come your way if you are patient enough — some may but most will not. Reach out and demand beneficial happenings for you are worthy of them.
Dean of Girls
MRS. SUE MURDOCK — Dean of Girls
Congratulations and best wishes to the class of 1975.AHS Teaching StaffMR. CARDON DALLEY MR. GORDON DIXON
Southern Utah State, B.S., M.A. Florida State, B.S.
AAR. JACK DOWNING Univ. of Georgia, B.S.
MRS. LUCY DUNN Albany State College, B.S.
31MISS JOANNE EAVES Univ. of Georgia, B.S., M.Ed.
MISS FRANCIS FEAGIN Mercer Univ., A.B., M.Ed.
MRS. MARY FUTCH W. C. of Georgia, A.B.
MRS. HELEN GAITER Albany State, B.A.
MR. MELVIN C. GEORGE Georgia Southwestern, B.S., M.Ed.
AAR. THOMAS GOODWIN Auburn Univ., B.S.
32MRS. JO GRANBERRY
Auburn Univ., B.S.
MR. ROBERT GRAPER Albany State College, B.S.
MRS. DEBRA C. GRAY Valdosta State, B.S.
MRS. LYNNE HAGGERTY Georgia Southern, B.S.
33MISS MARGARET JO HOGG Unlv. of Georgia, B.S.
MR. DON HICKS
Georgia State Univ., B.S., M.Ed.
MR. CHRIS N. HANSEN
Murray State Univ., B.S., B.F.A., M.A.
MRS. CAROLYN HAND Florida A M Univ., B.S.MRS. L. J. ISOM Southern Univ., B.S.
MR. WALTER JACKSON Albany State College, A.B.
MR. NELSON E. JOHNSON Albany State College, B.S.
MRS. S. A. JUHAN Univ. of Georgia, M.A. 6th Year Certificate
MR. RAY L. KINNEY Mars Hill College, B.S.
MR. WILLIE MAGWOOD Albany State College, B.S.
35MR. LAWSON MURKERSON Berry College, B.S.
MR. ROBERT OHS Georgia Southern, B.S.
MR. JAMES D. MUIUS Georgia Southern, B.S., M.A.
MRS. AUDREY MITCHELL Albany State College, B.S.
36MR. LESLIE OWENS Savannah State College, B.S.
MISS SHERYL PLUMMER MR. DERRYL QUINN
Clark College, B.A. Univ. of Georgia, B.S.
MR. HERMAN E. REID JR.
Univ. of Georgia, B.S., M.S.
37MRS. AVIS SCAIFE Univ. of Georgia, M.A.
MISS CELEST SMITH GSCW, M.A.
MRS. DIANE L. TATE
Georgia Southwestern, A.B., M.Ed.
MRS. DOROTHY SNEED Albany State College, B.S., M.Ed.
MRS. J. D. THOMAS Fort Valley State, B.S.
MRS. JOANNE STRIPLING Georgia Southwestern, A.B.
38MRS. CHERYL THOMLINSON Georgia Southwestern, B.S.
MR. MAJOR THOMPSON Florida A M, B.S., M.A.
MR. CARL WILLIAMS Georgia Southwestern, B.S.
MRS. CHRISTINE WILSON Fort Valley State, B.S.
MRS. SORENSEN Secretary
41Li brary Staff
MRS. MARGIE CARTER
MRS. CHERYL THOMLINSON Assistant Librarian
MRS. REBECCA REID Librarian
MRS. LENORA HELTON School Nurse
43FeaturesMiss Pep Club Denise TuckerRebecca Davis David McClungJenny Ham Randy Burdetteyce Holloway Tommy LeeJodie Maines Chip Milton
63Donna Norris James Harpe
Elaine HardyFirst Runner Up Julie Fox
Second Runner Up Rebecca Davis
Miss Thronateeska is a new feature in our annual started by the 1974-75 Annual Staff. The people qualifying for this honored position are the girls of the senior class of the current year.
The annual staff considered every senior girl. The pictures were presented to a selected group of faculty at the Albany Junior
College, who chose Miss Thronateeska, a first runner up, and a second runner up.Homecoming —1974Susan Bridges — Homecoming Queen78
Leola Bell Judy Bennett
Doug Albert Della Albritten Donald Alley James Allison
Cathy Anderson Gregory Arnold Wanda Austin Reginald Barnett
President — THALIA MARTIN
80Charlotte Benton Vivian Berry
Ricky Berry Pam Bieser
President — SHAW SEELY
Don Bowers Susan Bridges Robert Brodbeck Cindy Brown
Mike Brown Mike Brown Rosa Brown Terry BrumbleyDeborah Bryant Randy Burdette Ricky Burdette Steve Butts
Leroy Cain Samuel Caldwell David Campbell Randy Campbell
Mac Cannon Dale Cato
Constance Cauley Sidney Chancey
82Denise Chastain Sharon Clemens
Karen Clark Carol Coburn
Juanita Cochran Rusty Cook Henry Cooper Ricky Couch
Dee Cox Hazel Cox Robert Crutchfield Kenneth Culbreth
Vice-President — DENISE TUCKER
83Mitch Cummings Cathy Curies Calvin Cutliff Jerry Davidson
Davy Davis John Davis Rebecca Davis Ron Davis
Janet DePriest Nina Dowlings
Stacey Davis Debbie Deiter
Secretary — GREG JONESJoann Dyson Bobby Eason
Patricia Ducksworth Susan Duncan
Jill Edwards Freddy Ellington Gordon Etchison Steve Evans
Alvin Everson Lisa Everson Chuck Faison Tina Farr
Secretary — MELISSA SHOR86
Treasurer — RAY MACOILYLorraine Gay Mavis Glover John Goette
Jennie Gibson Robert Glover Jincey Grace
Elaine Giles Cecelia Ginn
Willie Green Karen Greene Stephanie Greene Herbie Greenholtz
87Terri Grimes Robin Hockel Larry Hacker Alice Hall
Ivey Hall Jenny Ham Mike Hamilton Sharon Hannington
Parliamentarian — STEPHANIE GREENECarol Hart Luther Hayes
Evelyn Hawk Jerry Heath
Laing Heidt Bruce Henderson Lenza Hill Teresa Hilton
Gil Hodges Dana Holden Angela Holley Joyce Holloway
Parliamentarian — JEFF SLAPPERMark Honeyman Mandy Horne Deborah Hughes Diana Hughes
Tony Hughey Susie Jernigan Dennis Johnson Diane Johnson
Jay Johnson Greg Jones
Steve Johnson Jenny Jones
President of Beta Club — NELL MILLS
90Frankie Jones Wanda Jordon
Sam Jordon Ellen King
Captains of Girl's Basketball Team — Susan Tate and Jan Seay
Leonard Lawless Lynda Lawson Tommy Lee Bill Lightle
Jeline Knighton Ramona Kyzar Drew Lansberry Nelson DrewSam Lippitt Johnny Litman
Monty Little Mike Lofton
Cindy Lowery Clay Loyless Ray Macolly Jodie Moines
Claire Majors Mark Majors Carol Martin Thalia Martin
92Carolyn Moyberry Linda McClung Charles McDonald
Linda Mayberry Nancy McClung Brenda McDowell
James McCartney David McClung
Tim McIntyre Ginger McMillin Grover McNeely Nell MillsChip Milton Ray Mitchell
Pamela Morgan Lynn Murray
Clark Mullenix Renae Nichols
Donna Norris Keith Norris
Pat O’Brien Robert Osburn Tim Owen Rutha Owens
94Sandra Pace Gary Peterson
Gina Paulk Corene Phillips
Gordon Pennington Michael Perry
Shelia Phillips Cindy Powell
Anita Putnal Roger Rachels Nancy Reimer Karen RetzelKenny Revell Sharon Robinson
Reames Riley Tom Roos
Susan Tate — President of Pep Club
Ronald Roquemore Marianne Rudy David Ruehl Shelia Sapp
Edwin Schreck Andrew Schroeder Jan Seay Show SeelyBrion Sharp Undo Shepard Gloria Shiver
Jeri Shelton Dollie Shipley Judy Simmons
Melissa Shor Bubba Shemwell
Karol Simmons Randy Simpson Jeff Slapper Cathy Smith
Leroy Smith Milton Spruell
Donnie Spence Abegail Stanford
Sam Jordon — Captain of the Basketball Team
Ann Stanley Algernon Steele Vickie Stewart Stailey Styles
Susan Tate Mitch Taylor Pam Taylor David ThomasRuth Thomas Dena Topshe Ed Trammell Lucinda Trice
Mike Trotter Denise Tucker Teresa Tucker
Bernard Tye Lee Varnum
Joseph Tyre Debra Voltz
DEBBIE DEITER — Captain of Cheerleaders
Asst. Editor of ThronateeskaDebora Walker Beverly Wall Billy Ward Donna Ward
Sally Watkins Edwin Weimer Wes Westbrook Celious Williams
Dewitt Williams Robert Williams
William Wilson Charles WiseKrisha Wise Helen Wright
Lorna Wraley Janet Wynn
Terry Wynn Donna Young
101Becky Adair Chip Anderson Janice Andrews Joyce Archie Cheryl Arnold Gaye Ashworth
Tammy Baldwin Jeanette Banks Geraldine Beasley
Teresa Beck Donnie Bentley Myra Bishop
Robert Bloodworth Dale Boswell John Boyette
President — GLADYS THOMAS
Floyd Branch Judy Braswell Connie Brent Odessa Briley Brent Brock Pam Brown
Carol Brownlee Tim Bryan Sherry Buchanan Ella Buchanan Roger Buchanan Bobbie Bynum
103Vice-President — DONNA CAMPBELL
Williom Bryd Donna Campbell Tracy Cantrell
Ann Carter Constance Carter George Carter
Randy Carver Karen Cate Kitty Champion Carol Cheatham Billy Clemmons Kathy Clark
Naomi Clinard Donna Collier Carrie Collins Mark Conoly Cathy Corbitt Ronald Cox
Fannie Crews Sandra Crews Twyla Crump Betty Cuff Yvonne Cuff Denita Cutliff
Alfredo Daniels Debbie Dean Jane DeLoach Mike DeRuv Byron Dickson Angie Dollar
104Cindy Dunston Ramona Duran Glayds Edwards Brin Ehrhardt Lori Ervin Randy Evers
Kim Everson Gena Eyles Mark Fallis Connie Farman Sharon Fender Dennis Fenton
Olivia Fields Earl Fuller Edwin Green David Hamilton
Jerry Flannigan Davy Garabedian Katrina Greene Kay Hancock
Ronnie Flowers Alan Giles Kenneth Greene Eric Hardy
Phyllis Fowler Donna Glassocks
Phyllis Fowler Bill Goodman
Kip Fox Donna Graham
105David Harper Andrea Horris Cheryl Hartsfield
Detria Harvey Kathy Hatcher Janet Heidt
Mory Heldenburg Tonita Hendricks Mark Henningfield Shawn Hill Tona Hill Ricky Hillard
Tom Hinderleider Janice Hogg Nancy Holton Henry Houston Leslie Hughes Jim Jeffcoat
Nancy Jenkins Dee Dee Jenson Anthony Johnson Daisy Johnson Ann Jones Kathy Jones
Lance Jones Valerie Kendrick Jill Kennedy Davis Kinney Denise Krake Debbie Kuiper
106Daniel Ladimer Kathryn Lamb Joey Lamoy Alden Lanier Leslye Lanier Martha Law
Mike Ledden Easter Lewis Laura Lippitt Frank Little Sharon Mack Cathy Mann
Marjorie Mann Martha Monning Nancy Martin Dawn McDonald Debbie McDowell Bonnie McGuirt
Mary Mclnerney Reenie McKnight Melanie McLeod Jodie McNeil Deborah Melton Ken Middlebrooks
Helen Miller Ted Mills Kim Minton
Mary Mitchell Thomas Mock Cheryl Moore
107Parliamentarian — CHARLENE WICKS
Deborah Moore Thomas Newell Enid Owen Betty Phillips Danny Renaue Susan Richter
Ann Morey Pat Norris Martha Palmer Council Phillips Debra Revell Hortense Roquemore
Teresa Morgan Kelly Norton Pam Palmer Billy Philmon Lorraine Rich Jose Roquemore
Diane Mormon Barry Oates Jessica Parker Yvonne Pike
Melanie Mott Carol Oglesby Reve Pete Dana Poole
Phyllis Nelms Richard Ogletree Doug Peterson Angie Power
108Margaret Rose Joseph Rusk Eugenia Rynders Dale Selman Mike Senn Leanne Sherrill
Alan Shor Connie Simpson Eugene Simpson
Michael Sirmons Barbara Smith Henry Smith
Morijo Smith Rebecca Smith Sharon Smith
Velma Smith Jimmy Sneed Lamar Staines Debbie Stewort Susan Stokes Koy Stratford
Douglas Strickland Kristina Swain Charlie Swiney Steven Tabb Gwen Taylor James Taylor
109Angela Worsley Mattie Worthy
Vicki Taylor Ben Thomos Gladys Thomas Richord Vickers Francis Walker Jackie Walker
Fay Walker Lenny Walls Deborah Ward Jimmy Watkins Vincent Watkins Ray Webb
Deborah Wesley Jeff Whitaker Roy White Nancy Whitfield Peggy Whitton Charlene Wicks
Teresa Wideman Ernest Wilson
Anthomy Williams Freddie Wingfield
Betty Williams Mildred Woods
Ray Vincent Williams
110Roy Abbott Cindy Adams Kay Adams Baxter Albert Katherine Alford Calvin Allen Scott Allison
Linda A man Winfred Anderson Debra Apperson Patricia Aroujo Sandy Bagget Paul Ball Mike Barker
Sheryl Barksdale Travis Bennett David Blankenship Brenda Brannon Ricky Brannon Scott Bridge Debra Brown
Judy Buck Victor Bullington Brenda Bunton Michelle Burnette
Bryan Burson Brenda Campbell Dale Campbell Debbie Campbell
John Campbell Carol Carr Harold Carr David Carter
Donna Carter Felicia Christian Delores Clark Betty Clay Dawn Clemens Leah Coburn Phillip Cody
Geneva Collier Sheila Covington Kay Corley Donna Craddock Elise Crawford Ellen Creamer Lisa Crockett
113Lee Culbreth Sandy Dasher Renee Davis Johnny Davis Robert Davis Roxanne Davis Ted Davis
Mike Denning Latenis Dent Margie Dent Mary Dickens Jim Dodgen Carol Doss Pam Duncan
Tommy Duncan Wanda Evons Paul Fenton Jan Fields
Shirley Eaker Becky Fairey Michelle Ferguson Barbara Fleming
Alice Evans John Faison Jack Fields Leah Flowers
Patricia Foster Dru Freeman Brenda Fuller Laurie Funderburke Judy Futch Judy Garmon Vince Gilyard
Angie Glover Becky Glover Drew Godwin Kitza Gogorty Deitra Grace Sharold Graham Cherry Granado
114Bridget Greaves Karen Greene Pam Greene Cindy Griffin Donald Griffin Debra Grimsley Jenny Griner
Pat Grizzle Susan Haire Valerie Hancock Woody Harrison Kim Hortzell Claudia Hawk Shirley Hawkin
Ted Hoymon Rhonda Haynes Tonette Hendricks Mark Hester Donnie Hicks Mike Hilton Lynn Hodges
Phillip Holt Julie Horne Shelia Hudgins Karen Hughey Loalan James
Pat Hoover Cindy Howard Liz Huff Sharon Jackson Alborta Johnson
Secretary — SYLVIA YAW
Artis Johnson Michael Johnson Sherry Johnson Valerie Johnson Johnny Jones Leigh Jones Jill Justice
Jeff Karn Annie Kendrick Mike Kendrick Kathy King Sandy Knighton Dean Krankle Lee Ann Lane
115Sue Lone Beth Louring Debbie Ledford Arlene Lee Diane Lee Mark Little Kent Lofton
Janice Luttrell Beverly Lyons Julie Mance Debra March Dawn Marlett Tammy Mortin Chuck Masters
Mark McDonald Karen McDowell Lynn McEachern
Mary Mclntrye John McLaggan Stephanie Medlin
Amelia Miles Jay Milton Betty Mitchell
Diane Mitchell Carol Mitcheson Molly Mock
Renee Moon Jerry Moore Ophelio Moore Clarie Morgan Deitre Morris Joe Morris Mike Moultrie
Jerry Munn Greg Murphy Jackie Naylor Ned Newcomb Lisa Nichols Bart Oates Kevin Oliver
116Sharon Pace David Parker Julie Partlow Clara Pate Dena Peocher Jody Pennington Mike Pennington
Wanda Peterson Bobbie Phillips Pam Phillips Cindy Pitts Vic Pitts Karen Phillips Cheryl Poehls
Frank Powell Karen Price David Putnal Kay Rackley
Morris Rainey Mack Ramsey Sandy Reese Al Robertson
Robin Robertson Verona Robinson Joy Rogers Lisa Roseberry
Mary Jane Ross Steve Ross Greg Rowe Julian Royal Billy Sanders Bobby Sanders Irene Sanders
Daryl Sasser Beth Schroeder Keith Senn Obidine Shead Willie Shead Debbie Singleton Reba Singleton
Tommy Singleton Lecia Sinyard Jerry Slocumb Gory Smith Marcia Stamps Lee Stephens Eric Stern
117Grody Stewart Dottie Strange Michael Styles Alice Thomas Beverly Thomas Freddie Tomlin Glenn Treadoway
Tammy Tucker Butch Tucker Martin Tyre Dennis Vann Vicki Vickers Beth Walden Pom Ward
Tammy Ward Gary Webb Carl Webster Allan Weed Jim Wescott Renee Whitaker Kathy White
Bobby Williams Jane Williams Lucinda Williams Serita Williams Gay Willis Sally Wilson Carol Woodward
Sitting: Pat Norris, Debbie Deiter, Jodi Moines, Sherry Buchanan, Nancy McClung, Connie Farman, Angie Dollar, Joyce Hollowoy
Second Row: Ronald Draper, Joey laMoy, Winifred Anderson, Alan Weed, William Wester, Eddie Hill, Mike Trotter, Vince Williams, Bryan Burson, Leonard Lawless, Ray Macolly, Davey Davis, Malcom Brown, Jimmy Parks, Green Gary
Third Row: Coach Goodwin, Coach Dailey, Coach Magwood, DeWitt Williams, Celious Williams, Mike Staines, Ray Webb, Donnie Spence, David McClung, James Harpe, Kip Fox, Al Steele, Mike Hamilton, Donald Alley, Anthony Johnson, Mike Perry, Mark Honeyman, Lee Varnum, Coach Kinney, Coach Hicks, Coach Williams
Fourth Row: Johnny Litman, John Boyett, Larry Hacker, Andy Hood, Reginald Barnett, Rex Fox, Pat Grizzle, Brent Brock, Wes Westbrook, Jimmy Sneed, Tom Roos, Chip Milton, Joy Milton
Three new coaches have come to Albany High to join the only remaining coach, of the 1973 season. Coach Willie Magwood. The new head coach of Albany High is Coach Cordon Dailey. Coach Dailey at one time coached with our rivals across the river, the Dougherty Trojans. Now he has become a loyal Indian and a big part of Albany High.
CARDON DALLEY — Head Coach
WILLIE MAGWOOD — Offensive Line
With Coach Dailey this year came Coach Don Hicks who attended Florida State University and has had eight years coaching experience. The third of the three new coaches is Coach Ray Kinney. Coach Kinney attended Mars Hill College and made All-American his 1972 year.
Coach Willie Magwood has been at Albany High for eight years and it is hopeful that he will stay for many years to come.
DON HICKS — Defensive Secondary
RAY KINNEY — Defensive Line
Graves Springs once again . . . New Faces, New Coaches, Who stole my mattress? Sand and Stickers . . . Long Days and Short Nights, Up at 6, in bed at 10, Card Games, Losing Money, Blaring Tape Players, Baths in the creek. Coaches yelling, Kinney screaming. Root Hogging, Ups and Downs, stretching exercises. Beep Beeps . . . Fried Chicken, rubber Pancakes, hot dogs, gnats in potatoes . . . Living rough, but being Natural Men. Seniors Last Camp.
Scrimmages morning and afternoon . . . Run, Run, Run . . . taped hands, arms, ankles, etc. . . . Health Clinic, X-Rays, doctors. Traditional Sleep-in, Meetings in Cafeteria. Learn new plays, forget old plays . . . Hot days and longing for home. A lot of hard work but deep down loved every minute of it.
After two disheartening losses, Indians take first step toward
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I.... Ill Ml'Vll "ALBANY TRAPS RATS 23-19 Albany's first win of the season was over the heavily favored Dougherty High Trojans. Albany combined an unbelieveable passing attack, by Bill Lightle, with the hard running of Leonard Lawless and Celious Williams to beat the Trojans by 4 points.
Dougherty got on the board first in the second quarter when Jay Cory threw a 17-yard pass to Skip Pannel. However, on the next Dougherty drive, Mike Hamilton recovered a Trojan fumble. Lightle then bombed a 21 yard pass to Celious Williams to score on the next play. Albany led 7-6 at the half.
Albany received the kickoff and drove down to the Trojan 8 yard line. With the drive stalled, the Indians had to settle for a 27 yard field goal by Vince Williams to increase the lead. Dougherty scored on the next drive to make the score 12-10.
In fourth quarter action Mike Trotter recovered a fumble. Celious Williams again scored to put Albany in the lead 16-12.
As the even battle went on Dougherty again scored what looked like the winning touchdown. With less than two minutes to play Bill Lightle clutched an eight play, 60 yard drive with pinpoint passing. With 34 seconds on the clock Lightle ran for one yard to win the game 23-19 behind the aggressive blocking of right guard Donnie Spence.
127128Downs Tornadoes 9-6
The second win of the season came to the Indians when with only 3 seconds left on the board Vince Williams saved the game with a 22 yard field goal to move the Tribe ahead 9-6.
The Indians were the first to score by capitalizing on a Monroe mistake. Jimmy Snead picked up a Monroe fumble and advanced it to the Tornado 47. Albany’s explosive offense carried the ball to the nine yard line in only six plays. Leonard Lawless went in for the score by an over powering Donnie Spence block.
A blocked Albany punt in the fourth quarter set up an eleven yard pass to Henry Johnson to tie the game 6-6.
Monroe kicked off and Albany got a good return. Bill Lightle, who must thrive under pressure, completed three passes with less than three minutes left in the game. On the 10 yard line Vince Williams was once again called on to pull the Indians out of a tight game with a 27 yard field goal.FOOTBALL
Indians Stomp Vikings
30-7Albany High is not in the habit of losing their homecoming and this year was no exception. Bill Lightle once again put the ball in the air to trounce Lowndes County
Lowndes had eight turnovers and the first one set up Albany’s first score by Celi-ous Williams on a five-yard run. Lightle and Westbrook worked like a machine as they completed the next two Albany TD’s. Lowndes only scored once with an eight yard pass. However, Lightle snapped back with a 28-yard TD pass to Malcolm Brown. It seemed to be the Indians night when Vince Williams topped off the scor-
ing with a 31-yard field goal. The yard stick showed that Lightle completed 1 3 of 27 passes with three touchdowns.
The opposing quarterback Patillo completed 12 of 31 aerials with one TD. The combined efforts of Lightle and Patillo set a new record for Mills Memorial Stadium.
With the city championship at stake Albany High kicked-off to the Westover Patriots. On the Patriots’ first drive Steve Clark fumbled and Barry Oates claimed it on the Westover 22. After running 3 plays and only gaining 4 yards, 1-AAA’s leading passer, Bill Lightle hit the leading Region pass receiver, Wes Westbrook for a TD pass. After Vince Williams booted the extra point the score was 7-0 with 7:38 left on the first quarter.
On the next drive Westover moved to the 43 on three big penalties. Unable to move the ball, Westover turned it over to Albany and immediately Lightle ran a keeper to the Westover 31. A penalty brought the ball to the 16. James Harpe ran a reverse and sliced the line but fumbled in the end zone. Westover recovered the ball for a touchback. Once again unable to move the ball Westover punted. On the Albany drive Milton Patrick cracked Bill Lightle causing him to fumble at the Albany 13. After 4 downs Westover could not score and turned the ball over to Albany. The Patriots forced a punt and started their drive on their own 45. Three running plays picked up a first down and then Clark threw a TD pass to Branch for the tying point.
Albany received the kick and marched 60 yards to the goal line on penalties and Lightle’s 8th TD pass of the year to Celious Williams.
It appeared Albany had won until late in the 4th quarter when a bad Albany pitch caused a Westover touchdown. A determined effort after the kick failed for the Indians and they turned the ball over to Westover with 34 seconds left on the clock. Westover settled for a tie. 13-13
The 1974 Albany High Football Coaching Staff
Cooch Cordon Dailey — Offensive Bocks Cooch Tom Goodwin — B-Teom Cooch Roy Kinney — Defensive Line Cooch Don Hicks — Defensive Backs Cooch Willie Mogwood — Offensive Line Coach Carl Williams — B-Team
134136The 1974 Football Banquet
Rex Fox — Best Defensive Bock
Jomes Horpe — Sportsmanship Award
Wes Westbrook — Best Offensive Lineman
David McClung — Best Offensive Lineman
Jay Milton — Best Defensive B-Team Player
Winfred Anderson — Best Offensive B-Team Player
Brian Burson — 100 per cent Award
Dewitt Williams — Best Defensive Lineman
Davy Davis — Most Improved Award
Leonard Lawless — Best Offensive Back
It is no secret that the Indians have the best booster club in Albany and this accounts for the fine banquet that they put on every year. This year was no exception. The banquet was held in the Albany Junior College Union Building. The boosters club is to be commended for all their hard work in making this season one of the best in recent years.
INDIANS FINISH THIRD PLACE IN REGION
This was the first year Albany High ever had to open up a season with an away game. They played Bainbridge on a rainy night and came home defeated. The next weekend however, the Indians played 1-AAA's state champs and showed a respectable game. William Andrews made the difference for Thorr.asville, as the Tribe was again defeated 34-20. Albany regained their respect in the Region as they beat Dougherty and Monroe in very close games.
The next week again put the Indians on the road in Moultrie to play the Packers. It was a frustrating night for Albany as they got shut out
Homecoming came late in the season this year but Albany Highs tradition remained the same as the Tribe stomped Lowndes County 30-7. Bill Lightle had a field day against Tift County the next week as he completed 1 2 of 19 passes against the Blue Devils. The Indians won the game 14-0. The win gave Albany a 4 and 3 record.
After an open week the Indians played one of their city rivals, the Westover Patriots. The result of the game was a tie and the City Championship returned back to Albany.
Valdosta High School has been in existence since the turn of century. During that time they have lost only two Homecoming games. One was in 1 934 and the other in 1974. Albany High has been the victor in both of these cases. This year's score was 41-13.
Crisp County came to Albany to end this year’s season and to give the Indians a winning season of 6-3-1. Crisp County got an early score and the game stalemated until the last few minutes of the game. A fantastic team effort by the Indians resulted in the final touchdown. The Tribe would not settle for a tie and elected to go for the win. Leonard Lawless got the call and the touchdown to win the game 8-7.
Albany 6 Bainbridge 12.
Albany 20 Thomasville 34
Albany 22 Dougherty 19
Albany 9 Monroe 6
Albany 0 Moultrie 21
Albany 30 Lowndes 7
Albany 14 Tifton 0
Albany 13 Westover 13
Albany 41 Valdosta 13
Albany 8 Crisp 7B-TEAM Finishes With Winning Season
The 1974 Albany High School Braves finished its season in 1-AAA with a record of 4-2-0 and an overall record of 4-4-0.
The J.V.’s opened against Monroe in Mills Stadium and downed the Tornadoes 19-0 behind the running of tailback Winfred Anderson and Bryan Burson, fullback Jessie Gary, and wingback Mike Ledden. QB Alan Weed threw to end Pat Grizzle for long yardage also. Outstanding on defense were Bart Oates, Jay Milton, Jerry Moore, and Henry Jones.
Albany’s losses were both to Dougherty in the city championship race. The Indians beat Westover twice 7-6, and 22-6 and then wrapped up the in-town battle with a 21-20 win over Monroe. The only losses outside 1-AAA were to a strong Americus team. Outstanding all year on defense were Jay Milton, Dan Renaue, Jerry Moore, Willie Shead, A. C. Robertson, Milton Carter, Henry Jones, and Mike Ledden. The offense was led by Alan Weed, Winfred Anderson, Jessie Gary, Bryan Burson, Mike Ledden, and Tommy Duncan. Permanent team captains elected by the team were Alan Weed and Jerry Moore.
Row 1: CHEERLEADERS: Joy Rogers, Pom Phillips, Obedino Sheod, Tommy Word, Volerie Johnson Row 2: Corl Webster, Tommy Duncan, James Tolor, Alan Weed, Joe Morris, Vince Gilyard, Greg Murphy
Row 3: Coach Carl Williams, Mike Styles, Bryon Burson, Winifred Anderson, Jessie Gary, Jerry Moore, Steve Ross, Henry Jones, David Beiser Row 4: Coach Tom Goodwin, Milton Carter, Jeff Karn, Willie Shead, Ernest Wilson, Dale Campbell, Rueben Adkins, Cleveland Daniels, Mike Ledden Row 5: Pat Grizzle, Bobby Montgomery, Dan Renaeue, Jay Milton, Dennie Sutton, Al Robertson, Ike Kendrick, Don Griffin
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Reames Riley — Co-CaptainPat Norris
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Bottom Row: (left to right) Pom Phillips, Miss Eaves, Tammy Ward Second Row: Obedina Shead, Valerie Johnson Top: Joy Rogers
Basketball '751$Boy's Basketball Team
Front Row: Billy Baker, Show Seely, Alexis Dent, Celious Williams, Roger Buchannon, John Cauley, Ray Lyons
Back Row: Leroy Cain, Bill Lightle, Som Jordan, Jimmy Snead, Mike Allen, Willie Henderson, Andrew Belk, Elvis Simpson, Milton Spruell, Wendell Williams, Coach Dixon, Coach Thompson
Coach Gordon Dixon Coach Major Thompson
Outstanding Winning Season 19 Wins and 7 Losses
Combined efforts of team and coaches placed the Indians third in the region—
Next year's team promises another winning seasonAHS Boy's Basketball B-Team
Top Row, Left to Right: Coach Magwood, Al Robertson, Walter Lewis, Ricky Coleman, C. C. Thomas, Jerome Jones, Willie Shead Middle Row, Left to Right: Gregory Allen, Mgr. Loalan James, Cleveland Daniels, Ben Spruell, John Zachary, Dennis Sutton Sitting, Left to Right: Jerry Moore, Michael Styles, Winifred Anderson, Malcolm Brown, Jack Fields
3rd Row, Standing: Coach Williams, Corene Phillips, Connie Cauley, Deborah Wesley, Jan Seay, Martha Law, Coach Mitchell 2nd Row: Susan Tate, Jan Fields, Marcia Stamps, Marjorie Dent, Deidre Morris, Mary Dickens 3rd Row: Beth Lowing, Shirley Monds, Morijo Smith, Mary Mclnerney, Nancy Whitfield
Connie CauleyMarijo Smith
Beth LowingAHS Girl's Basketball B-Team
Bottom Row, Left to Right: Denise Hills, Pot Ducksworth, Bobbie Phillips, Bonnie Pike, Betty Phillips Top Row, Left to Right: Geneva Collier, Kay Adams, Cherry Granado, Evelyn Willioms, Ruby Perkins Not Pictured: Kris Hawkins, Verona Robinson, Mary McIntyre
Coach Carl Williams_Jk'
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Top Row, Left to Right: Mgr. Alvin Everson, Sherry Buchanan, Darrell Pantone, Rex Fox, Brent Brock, Wes Westbrook, Angie Dollar, Coach Hicks Middle Row, Left to Right: Vince Williams, Randy Evers, Kip Fox, Mike Hamilton, Ricky Burdette, Bill Lightle, Leroy Cain, Don Hicks II Sitting, Left to Right: Chip Allison, Tim Bryan, Steve Butts, Steve Johnson, Mike Trotter, Leonard Lawless
Wes Westbrook Steve Johnson
168Vince Williams Tim Bryan Leonard Lawless
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Front Row, Loft to Right: Bobby Montgomery, Carlton Rivers, Eddie Hills, Carl Webster, John Boyett, Winfred Anderson, Andy Hood, Mark Honeyman Back Row,'Left to Right: Coach Dailey, Milton Carter, James Horpe, Bart Oates, Barry Oates, Mike Ledden, William Wester, Molcolm Brown, Cooch Kinney
Coach Kinney Cooch Do,ley
173AHS Boy's Tennis Team
Back Row, Left to Right: Coach Goodwin, Butch Tucker, Pat Grizzle, Mike Hamilton, Lee Varnum, Victor Bullington Front Row, Left to Right: Tommy Duncan, Johnny Davis, Dovid Ruehl, Cloy Loyless
Coach Tom Goodwin
Back Row, Left to Right: Marijo Smith, Martha Law, Susan Tate, Mrs. Haggerty Bottom Row, Left to Right: Nancy Whitfield, Mary Mclnerney, Marcia Stamps
Coach Lynn Haggerty Marijo Smith Nancy Whitfield
Marcia Stamps Mary Mclnerney
Ed Trammell President
John Boyett Vice President
Terry Wynn Secretary Treasurer
Miss Short Circuits
Mr. Boone Sponsor181BILL LIGHTLE
LEONARD LAWLESS Sports Editor
STEVE JOHNSON Editor
DEBBIE DEITER Asst.-Editor
PAM TAYLOR Faculty Editor
NANCY McCLUNG Class Editor
DONNA NORRIS Ads Editor
LORRAINE GAY Features Editor
JOYCE HOLLOWAY Club EditorANGIE DOLLAR
MRS. FUTCH Sponsor
MISS HOGGMrs. Scoife Angela Holley
Margie Dent Patricia Ducksworth
Pam Brown Teresa Hilton
President Vice President
Delores Beach Historian
Brenda Turner Secretary
Mrs. Gray Sponsor
Edwin Schreck Sports Editor
Debra Voltz Ron Davis
Business Manager Photography
First Row: Donna Campbell, Melissa Shor, Bonnie Pike, Denise Krake, Debra Voltz, Sharon Mack, Mrs. Gray, Laurie Hughes, Karen Cate, Sharon Clemens, Romona Kyzar, Dena Topshe Second Row: Marti Mann, Cathy Smith, Robin Hackel, Gwen Taylor, Evelyn Hawk, Vivian Berry, Helvishia Young, Lucinda Trice, Kim Minton, Connie Davis Third Row: Mike Brown, Doug Albert, Tomy Hughey, Edwin Greene, Bill Goodman, Fordy Houston, Ron Davis, Robert Brodbeck, Edwin Schreck, Jill Kennedy
185Sponsor lowson Murkerson
Reporter Debra Voltz
President Elaine Giles
Reporter Cindy Lowery
To prepare the student for leadership and skill for entering the World of Work.
Rebecca Davis Debbie Dean
Treasurer Elaine Hordee
Parliamentarian Cathy Anderson
Cindy Flick Mavis Glover
Kay HoncockCarrie Harper
PURPOSE: To create, maintain, and extend throughout the community, high standards of Christian character.
DOLUE SHIPLEY Miss Phi-Delta
Front Row: Louise Smith, Dollie Shipley, Rebecca Davis Second Row-. Nelson Drew, Cathy Smith, Fred Ellington Third Row: Mr. Hanson, Judy Bennett, Carol Martin, Donna Ward
OFFICERS Debra Voltz Drama Greg Jones Scribe Gill Hodges Debate
Mrs. Stripling Sponsor
Miss Feogin Sponsor
Mrs. Granberry Sponsor
First Row: Karen Hughey, Lynn Williams, Gaye Ashworth, Jennie Gibson, Phyllis Nelms, Stephanie Greene, Dollie Shipley, Ramona Kyzar, Dorothy Fendya Second Row: Carol Doss, Karen Cate, Debra Voltz, Evelyn Hawk, David Shemwell, Greg Jones, Steve Butts, Mark Honeyman, Tony Hughey Third Row: Donnie Bentley, Jane Deloach, Susan Bridges, Tommy Mock, David Ruehl, Gill Hodges, Chip Milton, Don Bowers, Andy SchroederKey Club
PURPOSE: Service to school and community. MOTTO: "We Build"
Mr. Otts Sponsor
Steve Butts Vice President
Greg Jones Secretary
Randy Evers Treasurer
BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Rex Fox, Steve Butts, Greg Jones, Jim Dodgen, Randy Evers, Brent Brock, Mark Honeyman
First Row: Steve Johnson, Jim Dodgen, Vic Pitts, David Carter, Randy Carter, Karl Webster, Cleveland Daniels, Jerry Moore Second Row.- Ronnie Flowers, Tommy Newell, Mark Honeyman, Gina Eyles, Greg Jones, Bubba Shemwell, Steve Butts, Mr. Otts Third Row: Mike Hilton, Fordy Houston, James McCartney, Rex Fox, Mike Fordhom, Randy Evers, Brent Brock, George CarverMiss Billings Sponsor
Tommy Mock Vice President
First Row: Lisa Crockett, Lisa Roseberry, Tammy Ward, Reve Pete, Jone Deloach, Rebecca Smith Second Row: Tommy Mock, Lisa Nichols, Leah Flowers, Donna Craddock, Gena Eyles, Davis Kinney
191PURPOSE: To create, maintain and extend throughout the home, school and community high standards of Christian character.
Epsilon Tri-Hi- Y
Mrs. Haggerty Krisha Wise
Leann Sherill Vice President
Jeri Shelton Chaplain
Nelson Drew Sweetheart
Fred Ellington Sweetheart
Cathy Curies Miss Epsilon
Mrs. Juhan Sponsor
Miss Smith Sponsor
Purpose: To be of better service to
school and community, provide just and equitable regulations for student activities, and to promote general good will among all members of the school and community.
Mr. Johnson Sponsor
First Row: Rebecca Davis, Debbie Deiter, Noncy Reimer, Teresa Tucker
Second Row: Susan Bridges, Nell Mills, Donna Norris, Thalia Mortoin
Third Row: Shaw Seely, Reginald Barnette, Stailey Styles, Jomes Harpe, Steve Johnson
First Row: Jose Roquemore, Mark Fallis, Jackie Walker, Donna Campbell, Gladys Thomas, Ronnie Flowers
Second Row: Detric Moore, Danna Poole, Rebecca Smith, Barbara Smith, Cheryl Moore, Martha Law, Myra Bishop, Denita Cutliff
First Row.- Margie Dent, Leah Coburn, Cheryl Barksdale, Pam Phillips, Joy Rogers, Lee Culbreth
Second Row: Freddy Thomlin, Bart Oates, Mike Moultrie, Kent Lofton, Claire Morgan, Verona Robinson, Loland James Third Row: Leah Flowers, Tammy Ward
Miss Feogin Sponsor
Mrs. Gronberry Sponsor
Mrs. Murdock Sponsor
President: Nell Mills, Treasurer-. Rebecca Smith, Vice Pres.: Steve Johnson, Secretary: Janet Wynn
Purpose: To encourage scholarship, to develop character, and to train in the habits of good citizenship.
First Row: Thalia Martin, Ruth Thomas, Pam Taylor, Joyce Holloway, Stephanie Greene, David Shemwell, Cloy Loyless, Steve Johnson, Nell Mills, Jeline Knighton Second Row: Don Bowers, Carol Coburn, Lorraine Gay, Jenny Ham, Donna Norris, Mark Honeyman, Shaw Seely, Leonard Lawless, Susan Tate, Ramona Kyzar, Janet Wynn Third Row: Bobby Osburn, Ed Trammell, Tom Roos, Gill Hodges, Jan Seay, Chip Milton, Robert Brodbeck, Edwin Schreck, Brian Sharp, Rex Fox, Ron Davis
Carol Ann Chetam, Debbie Kuiper, Tommy Mock, Randy Carver, Britt Ehrhardt, Bob Bloodworth, Donna Glasscock, Rebecca Smith, Gina Eyles
First Row: Lisa Crockett, Tammy Tucker, Laurie Funderburke Second Row: Carol Woodward, Claire Morgan, Stephanie Medlin
197Senior Hi Y
Mr. Groper Sponsor
Gil Hodges Bill Goodman
President Vice President
Kim Minton Secretory
Phyllis Nelms Treasurer
Purpose: To create, maintain, and
extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character.
First Row: Patricia Ducksworth, Jennie Gibson, Sally Wilson, Donna Graham, Phyllis Nelms, Maryann Rudy, Kim Everson, Gladys Thomas
Second Row: Stephanie Medlin, Theresa Beck, Twyla Crump, Diane Powell, Linda McClung, Jeri Shelton, Roxanne Davis, Jane Deloach, Lynn Hodges
Third Row: Gay Willis, Kim Menton, Gwen Taylor, James McCartney, Gil Hodges, Bill Goodman, Ted Hayman, Mork Fallis, Robert Davis, Mark Hester
198Li bra ry Servi ce Club
Joyce Archie President
First Row: Lorraine Rich, Mary Mclnerny, Cindy Pitts, Carrie Collins, Hazel Cox, Wanda Jordan, Mrs. Reid
Second Row: Connie Davis, Janice Andrews, Alfredo Daniels, Kevin Sproul, Constance Corter, Jackie Allen, Mrs. Tomlinson
First Row: Robert Wells, Keith Senn, Joey Morris, Rick Loyd, David Lovelace, Daonald Dupre, Nina Dowling, Wade Sumner, Darrel Broodnax, Sondy Bogget
Second Row: Michel Polardi, Billy Sanders, Mike McCulla, Miles Sloppey, Mitch Taylor, David McDowell, Woyne Pond, Terry Carington, Joey Lawerence, Jeff Carswell, Kenny Lane, Mike Senn, Harris Verner, Milton Patrick, Doug Strickland, Mark Ramesy, Mr. Downing Third Row: Vince Williams, William Byrd, Floyd Branch, Henry Houston, Mike Staines
First Row: Janet Wynn, Constonce Carter, Andrea Harris, Carrie Collins, Ophelia Moore, Clementine Fraiser, Wanda Jordan, Stacy Davis, Staley Styles, Debra Bryant, Rutha Owens, Janet DePriest, Patricia Duckworth
Second Row: Jeline Knighton, Lee Colbreth, Gwen Taylor, Sandra Crews, Wanda Evans, Cherry Granodo, Donna Carter, Deitra Bennett, Easter Lewis, Abegail Stanford, Gay Willis, Trina Greene, Denise Tucker, Pam Taylor, Phyllis Nelms
Third Row: Carol Woodworth, Cheryl Barksdale, Tammy Tucker, Lynn Murray, Charlene Wicks, Debra Voltz, Bonnie Pike, Lucinda Trice, Nancy Whitfield, Susan Tate, Stephanie 2QQ Greene, Donna Norris, Jenny Ham, Ruth Thomas, Leah Flowers, Corol Coburn, Lynn Hodges
Fourth Row: Sharon Smith, Gil Hodges, Rex Fox, Edwin Schreck, Tom Roos, Robert Brodbeck, Brian Sharp, Steve Butts
President Susan Tote Secretary-Treasurer Ruth Thomas Vice-President Stephanie Greene
Purpose: To support the school’s athletic teams and to create enthusiasm at
school and games.
Mrs. Tate Sponsor
Mrs. Hand SponsorArt Club
Jeri Shelton Vice President
Ginger McMillin Secretary
Melissa Shor Treasurer
Dana Holden Sgt. at Arms
First Row: Jeri Shelton, Donna Glasscock, JoNell Rusk, Melissa Shor, Dana Holden, Ginger McMillian, Cindy Simpson, Maryann Rudy Second Row: Mr. Hanson, Krisha Wise, Jennie Gibson
Promotion of art interest within the school and to improve the environment around the school.
Mr. Hanson Sponsor
JoNell Rusk President
PURPOSE: To develop future marketing leoders of America.
Mr. Quinn Sponsor
Dale Cato President
Sharon Hanington Vice-President
Ramona Kyzar State President
Cathy Smith Parliamentarian
Brenda Truner Chaplain
First Row: Mr. Johnson, Vince Willioms, Winfred Anderson, Glen Tredaway, Jackie Walker, Sandy Knighton Second Row: Tommy Lee, Carolyn Mayberry, Rebecca Smith, David Campbell, Jan Seay, Billy Baker
First Row: Chip Milton, Jody Maines, Milton Spruell, Wendell Williams, John Zachary, Jimmy Sneed, Roger Buchannon, Dewitt Williams, James Harpe Second Row: Joyce Hollowoy, Debbie Deiter, Donnie Spence, Kip Fox, Mark Honeyman, Susan Tate, Sherry Buchannon, Pot Norris, Jackie Walker
Third Row: Nancy McClung, Leonard Lawless, Barry Oates, Mike Trotter, Ray Macolly, David McClung, Angie Dollar, Connie Forman, Tim Bryan, Steve Johnson, Wes Westbrook Fourth Row: Jan Seay, Shaw Seely, Bill Lightle, Joey LaMoy, Mike Hamilton, Donald Alley, Davey Davis, Danny Ladimer
Fifth Row: Coach Dailey, Brent Brock, Vince Williams, Ricky Burdette, Lee Varnum, Steve Butts, Mark Fallis, Rex Fox, John Boyett, Tom Roos, Mike Perry, Dovid Rhuel, Bart Oates, Richard Huiras
204Foreign Language Club
First Row: Gaye Ashworth, Lisa Nichols, Charlene Wicks, Jill Justice, Cherry Granodo, Cheryl Moore, Detrio Harvey, Joyce Archer, Patricio Duckworth Second Row: Carol Woodward, Lynn Williams, Lisa Crockett, Kay Corley, Nancy Varon, Sandra Pace, Debbie Bryant, Judy Futch, Twyla Crump, Jane Deloach
Third Row: Tommy Tucker, Sandra Reese, Leah Flowers, Gwen Taylor, Andrea Harris, Helen Wright, Shari Williams, Donna Croddock, Mike Barker, Claire Morgan, Lee Varnum, George Carver
205206AHS Marching Chiefs
First Row (left to right) — Sharon Pace, Patricia Ducksworth, Diana Hughes, Faye Walker, Detria Harvey. Second Row (left to right) _ Margaret Rose, Den.se Hill, Unde Sheppard, Veronica Shealy, Donnie Bentley.
COLOR GUARD: Wanda Jordan, Stacey Davis, Hazel Cox
BAND OFFICERS: (left to right) — Ken Middlebrooks, Cheryl Moore, Terry Wynn, Rebecca Smith, Dorothy Fendya, Cindy Dunston.
First Row (left to right) — Cheryl Moore, Jessico Porker, and Dollie Shipley. Second Row (left to right) — Vicki Vickers, Dorothy Fendya, and Peggy Whitton.
First Row (left to right) — Wendell Williams, Kent Lorton, Diana Hughes, Verona Robinson, Zabasko Sneed, Doug Hayes. Second Row (left to right) — Julie Mance, Billy Webb, Keith Houston. Third Row (left to right)— Luther Hayes, David Campbell, Billy Baker, Eric Hardy.
208First Row (left to right) — David Carter, Mike Hardrick, Debbie Campbell, Renee Davis. Second Row (left to right) — Jon Ayres, David Hamilton, Terry Wynn, Don Yarbrough, Sharon Smith.
First Row (left to right) — Joyce Archie, Mary McIntyre, Arlene Lee. Second Row (left to right) — Bruce Henderson, Kristine Hawkins, Bob Bloodworth.
First Row (left to right) — Clara Pate, Debbie Whitton, Jessica Parker, Jennifer Gwaltney, Cindy Dunston. Second Row (left to right) — David Carter, Cheryl Moore, Jane Deloach, Rebecca Smith, Leigh Jones.
First Row (left to right) — Julie Parslow, Laurie Funderburk, Karen Greene, Danna Poole, Melanie McLeod. Second Row (left to right) — Bobby Eason, Janice Luttrell, Dorothy Fendya, Vicki Vickers, Dollie Shipley, Mary Dickens, Kenny Middlebrooks. Back Row (left to right) — Claudia Hawk, Shelia Hudgins, Angie Powers, Joyce Archie, Jeanette Banks.
(left to right) — Peggy Whitton, Donald Griffin, Tim McIntyre, Ed Trammell, Hiram Jones, Christine Hawkins, Gory Smith, Mike Barker, Marjie Dent.
211Baritone and Basses
(left to right) — Danny Renaue, Duane Watkins, Ray Abbott, Tommy Newell, Earl Fuller, David Harper, Richard Vickers.
First Row (left to right) — Butch Tucker, Linda Wheeler, Davis Kenny. Second Row (left to right) — Mike Ledden, Isaac Godson, Morris Rainey.
First Row (left to right) — Debra Bryont, Patricia Ducksworth, Sandra Pace, Hazel Cos, Denita Cutliff, Sandra Crews, Yvonne Cuff, Della Albritten, Anne Ball. Second Row (left to right) — Diana Hughes, Stephanie Medlin, Dawn McDonald, Easter Lewis, Fanny Crews, Tonita Hendricks, Ivey Hall, Betty Mitchell, Bobbie Phillips. Third Row (left to right) — Donnie Bentley, Elaine Stokes, Charlotte Bentoh, Sharon Robinson, Stacey Davis, Connie Cauley, Mattie Worley, Jenny Banks, Valerie Kendricks.
First Row (left to right) — Don Yarbrough, Diana Hughes, Kristine Hawkins, Donald Griffin, Ed Trammell, Arlene Lee, Linda Wheeler. Second Row (left to right) — Danny Renaue, David Hamilton, Terry Wynn, Jack Dixon, Sharon Smith, Dav.d Campbell. Third Row (left to right) — Butch Tucker, Mike Ledden, Morris Rainey.
213Student Life215216Our thoughts wander through the years . . .
219your proud Indians ever striving to be fair. . .224
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Though our lives may travel different path-237
Albany High School, our school.Mr. AHS
Fifi Wilson — Mr. DECA
First Runner-Up Inez Albert
Second Runner-Up Shirley Pimple ErhordtMaster of Ceremonies Freddie Freeney- ,v!?
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1010 N. Slappey Blvd.
Crown Hill Cemetery and Mausoleum, Inc.
Jack Frost President
“South Georgia's Prestige Cemetery Since 1927'
C. U. "Tim" Hatch General ManagerMerle Norman Cosmetics
Midtown Shopping Center
Bennett Supply Company
1006 N. Washington St.
2200 N. Slappey
Volkswagen of Albany
707 W. Broad Ave.
Clark's Gas Station
701 N. Jefferson
1209 N. Slappey Blvd.
1019 Gillionville Rd.
MON. Washington St.Albany Religious Books Gifts
4 Midtown Mall
Kingston Colony Apts.
We Welcome "You" to an Adult Community.
Live Life to Its Fullest at Our Clubhouse, Swimming Pool, Double Tennis Court and Beautiful, Spacious Grounds. Planned Monthly Entertainment. Enjoy One of Our One Bedroom Well Designed Apartments — Both Furnished and Unfurnished. Both Have Built-In Electric Appliances. Central Heat and Air-Conditioning.
Seely Office Supplies
126 N. WashingtonGiles Builder's Supply
Corner Pine and Cleveland Albany, Ga.
523 W. Oglethorpe Albany, Ga.
Jeffs Food Center
1506 Dawson Rd.
The Swank Dress Shop
434 Mercer Ave. Albany, Ga.
Compliments of a
Executive Director — B. B. Rhodes Program Director — Bob Swadell Aquatic Director — Judy Powell Physical Director — Charlie Doggett Youth Director — Tim Marks Swim Coach — Diane Honeyman
7th and N. Slappey Albany, Ga.
Murphy Dance Studio
1211 2nd Ave.
Albany, Ga.Congratulations and Best Wishes from the Folks at
THE CENTER — THE MALL
“The Center of shopping for Southwest Georgia”
Albany Outboard Marine
I 500 S. Slappey DriveChief Tommy Franklin
has a place ' for you. The world.
"Join the Navy and see the world" is more true today than ever. Besides travel, you also get some of the best job training in the world, more money than any other new sailor has ever made, plus food, housing and health care.
To see if you qualify, to find out if you've got what it takes to make it in the New Navy, call or see
UNITED STATES NAVY
U S NAVY RECRUITING STATION 119 NoMh JacXson Street PO Box 933 Albany. Ga. 31702
WILLIAM K SEAY UTC USN Recruiter-I n-Charge Tel. 432-7121 Home 439-0369
U.S. Navy Recruiting
105 N. Washington
I 19 N. Jackson St.
Dairy Queen and Brazier No. I
351 N. Slappey Blvd.
251333 Broad Avenue
253Kirby Sales and Service
910 Highland Ave.
RETAIL FURNITURE DEALERS ASSOCIATION
ABC Furniture Co.
Albany Housefurnishing Co.
Brown Furniture Co.
Carter Home Furnishings Home Furniture Co.
Home Supply Furniture Co.
J J Furniture Co.
Loosier of Albany Furniture Co.
Morrow—Cook Furniture Co.
Phillips Moving Storage Co.
Suburban Furniture Wade Furniture Co.
254Oaklawn Chapel FUNERAL HOME
61 I N. Jefferson Sf.
Albany, Georgia 31702
Leslie A. Thompson, Jr. Owner-Direc+or
I 107 N. Slappey Blvd. Albany, Georgia
Oaklawn Funeral Home
61 I N. Jefferson St.
Bass Pro Shop
403 N. Slappey Dr.
1108 3rd AVe.
I 107 N. Slappey256
Citizens and Southern Bank
Washington at OgelthorpeOwens Sporting Goods and Hardwar
202 Broad Avenue
Walden and Kirkland
5F f K I R KTA MDCompliments
The Looking Glass, Ltd. Merry Acres Shopping Center
Compliments of Mrs. Juhan's homeroom
Triangle Engineering Co.
NATURE'S WIND DOES IT ALL - NO COST TO YOU
COOL YOUR HOME
TURBINE I COOLERS
Triangle Engineering Co.
12th and Dawson
100 N. Washington St.BEST WISHES FROM THE ALBANY HERALD
"South Georgia's Metropolitan Newspaper"Jesco
606 8th Ave.
261RAILWAY AND FREIGHT SALVAGE CO.
Salvage — Surplus — Damaged Merchandise
I 140 Galiionville Road Albany, Georgia 31705
I 19-120 W. Broad Ave.
Albany Lawn Mower Inc.
703 N. Washington
Albany Bowling Supplies
Best Wishes From
THE NATIONAL BANK OF ALBANY
“This Is The Bank to Grow With”
Member: F.D.I.C. and the Federal Reserve System
Albany Bowling Lanes 237 East Ogelthorpe Albany, Ga.
Flint River Cotton MillsDene and Deena Interiors
2401 N. Slappey Blvd.
Mary Carter Paints
630 W. Oglethorpe Blvd.
Dub Cone's Shoes
Midtown Shopping Center
Quik • Serve
1510 N. Slappey Blvd. 7 a.m.to 12 p.m.
HOME FURNISHINGS |
2518 Dawson Road - Albany, Ga.
“Quality for Less, Service for Suren Discount Prices
Carter's Home Furnishings
2518 Dawson Rd.
156 North Slappey
J. C. Penney's
266 Midtown Shopping Center
Barfield's ShoesGray Air Service
Albany Street Metal Works
1706 West Town Ave.
Poteat's Funeral Home
306 Whitney Ave.
11 I I N. Slappey
Brock's Auto Parts
240 West Broad
Pat's Cycle Shop
219 North Washington
Meek's Electric Co.
212 N. Washington and Midtown Mall
267The American Legion Albany Post 30
"We Believe in Our Youth and Support Their Programs"Bama Shop
214 Pine Ave.
201 Baldwin Dr. Albany, Ga.
Watkins Builders Supply
909 Roosevelt Ave. Albany, Ga.
909 Roosevelt Avenue Albany Georgia 31702 883 4300
WATKINS Home Center
Building supplies, lumber, hardware, plumbing, electrical paint wall paper, lawn garden, gifts, housewares, kitchen bath.
238 Broad Ave. Albany, Ga.
429 Oglethorpe Ave. Albany, Sa.
Herff-JonesFirst Federal Savings AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Aultman Motor Co.
948 Oglethorpe Ave.
Albany Lamp Service
600 Pine Ave. Albany, Ga.
ALBANY'S ENTERTAINER 1250
401 Pine Avenue
271 Compliments of Rialto
144 N. Slappey Blvd. 435-5949 439-0747Ed's Shoe Service
238 Pine Ave.
Congratulations to the "Class of 75"
Davis Electric Co.
Phone: 439 9961 and 883 1505
William J. "Bill" Bailey
Pet Dairy, Inc.
125 N. Washington St.
Acree Snack Bar Recreation Center
Acree, Ga. Proprietor: Hubert DavisHayes Clothing
104 S. Slappey
MacGregor Division — Brunswick
1602 South Slappey
275Henderson Oil Co. 1440 Old Leesburg Rd.
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