Albertville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Albertville, AL)
- Class of 1971
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' ' 11 ' Albertville
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Patti Roden associate editor — Tweetie Smith copy editor —
Dick Ingram business manager — Fred Downs sponsor —
Catherine BrasherArrival . . .
Last of 1970. First of 1971.
Third quarter. Time to lower the flag. Taps. The fellas missed a few notes. More than a few really. Maybe it was their mouthpieces. They must have swallowed them.
Us Senior men. We went on a field trip. Went to study natural wonders. Got caught in the girls' gym. Study was short. But intense.
Pep Club, Tuesday night. Cheerleaders called for Two Bits. We responded: "Bit. Bit." Aggie ingenuity. Bit. Bit.
And there were those tests. Nothing really tough about them except having to think —
Question: "How many ducks flew over the Mississippi River in 1906?"
Nothing to it.
There is more. It's easy to recall now that we've arrived; but...
3It isn't the arrival...
For the arrival is but evidence of the zenith of process . . . skill masterfully achieved, talent by initiative matured, and ability acquired to the pedastaltic point of being unequivocally unchallenged.
A Journey Of Growth Through .I t isn't the arrivai__
For the arrivai is but formaUty. Arriving at the destination requires no Vess than traveiiing the road: the extent to which we conquer the obstacles in and on it determines the degree to which we have arrived at our port ot ca .
It isn't the arrival ...
For it's not being there, but getting there that measures the true measure of achievement. A smile is immediate, outward achievement; but a smile generated by genuine enthusiasm is a result of inward expression radiated outward . . .
Seeking Knowledge And Understanding
6. . . Personality is not inherent; it is qualities that are instilled by association or by want: they can be changed. The per-
sonality of an institution, likewise, can be molded. It takes time. It takes patience. It takes travel.
7Searching For Truth And Hope
It isn't the arrival . . .
For the end is simply implication of committment from the beginning. An award-winning Band is no less than its devotion to practice from its conception.Participating With Others
. . . Marriage indicates the end of a courtship, but signifies the beginning of a family . . . The last game indicates the end of a season, but signifies the beginning of practice.
Learning The True Meaning Of Life
It isn't the arrival ...
For the arrival is but wisdom wrought by knowledge, tempered by experience. It's learning to adopt the pace of nature: the secret of patience ... it's learning to make life a challenge, and instilling enthusiasm in the challenge . . . it's learning to find opportunity in every calamity, and optimism in any atmosphere of pessimism . . . it's learning to bear the responsibility of applying reason rather than rule ... it's learning that personal attitude determines professional altitude . . . and it's learning to faith it out rather than figure it out . . .
13It isn't the arrival ...
For it's the things we do on the way that makes the road all the more enhanced. It's laughing in class. It's crying at Homecoming . . .
The Journey Has Not Ended . . .
Begun . . .
. . . It's cheering for Fighting Aggies. It's breaking up. It's getting back together. It's arriving at the end of Route '71, but
It isn't the Arrival.
It is the Journey.
It was worth traveling. Now it's worth remembering.
90PHOMORES - 59
STUDENT LIFE - 88
SPORTS - 168
The AHS Administration strives to maintain a healthy atmosphere conducive to academic achievement and individual maturity. It serves multiple purposes as disciplinarian, mediator, pacifier, coordinator - the list is endless. The business of school administration at Albertville High is far from being a menial task. (TL) Mr. Landers, Administrator, admonishing student. (TR) Malcolm Landers. (BL) Mr. Landers with TV host Grady Reeves. (BR) Mr. Beard, Junior High Administrator.
itCounselors and Secretaries
The Counseling Program assists students in making decisions concerning vocational preference, colleges, and curricula. It also helps in solving personal as well as academic problems, and serves as the High School's Tracking Station, keeping tabs on attendance. (TL) Coffee break. (TR) Lyndell Hall, Guidance Secretary. (BL) Mary Thrasher and Charles Amason, Counselors. (BR) Etta Potts, Secretary.
The Library offers AHS students the opportunity to extend their studies beyond the confines of the classroom, and enables them to broaden their interests by way of variety reading. (TL) Joyce Jones, Assistant Librarian. (TR) Students studying in Library. (R) Zera Couch, Head Librarian, will be retiring this year after 14 years service.
The Albertville High School Junior Reserved Officers' Training Corps is a program designed to give cadets a better understanding of military processes and discipline. The unit has received outstanding meritorial ratings each year since its inception in 1967. (BL) Sgt. Harold Montgomery, Sgt. James Gunter, Sgt. James Bonds. (BR) Col. Nathan P. Thompson.History
In reflecting the future by way of the past, the History Department gives some insight into man's incentive to achieve and advance, and demonstrates that success is often predicated upon folly and failure. The process and problems of progress can often be predicted by the study of history.
Jerry Ira Jo Margaret Mary
Blanks Crawford Strickland Weathers
Mrs. Mary Weathers will be retiring this year after 28 years service.
Vernice Mac Jane Charlotte Robert
Galloway Gore Hagood Hanson Von der Osten
Judy Roger June
Galloway Garrett Jenkins
Janey Brown, Reading AidThe English Department attempts to instill in its students an appreciation for literature by acquainting them with a variety of literary material. In addition, it strives to improve English usage and broaden knowledge of the English vocabulary.
Hazel Gibson, ReadingFrank
Studies from algebra to geometry to calculus, along with the recent addition of new equipment, make math one of the most updated and challenging of all courses offered. The Mathematics Department is important not only in preparing students for future study of math-related careers, but also in improving students' logical reasoning ability.
Lemon No I a E.T. Jo Ann
McCollum Middlebrook Neighbors Mitchell
Besides explaining the laws and theories of physical and chemical phenomenon, the Science Department has the added responsibility of teaching the basic application of technical scientific laws. From Newton to Boyle to Einstein - the science Department trys to make it easily understandable.
Joyce Jean Wanda
Bollinger Head Sloan
The Vocational Department trains its students in practical, everyday skills. And it gives them an opportunity to apply what they have been taught.
McClendonAgatha Donna Jo Ann
Hall Maynard Moore
Physical Education is intended not only to improve the student physically, thus making him more alert mentally, but also to cultivate in him the competitive spirit so seemingly inherent in the American way of living. (R) Coaching Staff - Shannon SJoan, Don Shankles, Robert Hornbuckle, Randall Black, Richard Cole.
An appreciative musical ear assures pleasure in listening to music; a creative musical mind assures satisfaction in creating music. The Music Department strives to at least evolve an appreciation of music, and at best to create creators of music.
(BL) Mr. Powell directing Concert Band. (BR) Jack Powell, Band Director.Lunchroom Workers
Mrs. Dean Mrs. Hayes Mrs. Hembree Mrs. Jones
Mrs. Sikes Mrs. Spears
Mrs. Williams - Mr. Duncan
Amy Brumlik Cindi Lusk Betty HoodTogether Today . . . Separated Tomorrow
(L to R) Terry George, Vice-
President. Patti Roden, Trea-
surer. Debra Todd, Secretary. Dick Ingram, President.
Beard, Gail Beck, Doris JBeck, Larry Benson, Donnie
Bethune, Rickey Bonds, Fran Breeden, Sheilla Breland, Brent
Bright, Janet Brown, Travis Brumlik, Amy Bryant, Kathy
33Buchanan, Becky Burdett, Terry
The gurney Has
mm • • •
C gle. Dan Cagle. Sandra
Canady, Neal Games, Shirley
Chamblee, Ed Childress, Brenda
Childress, Dennis Childress, Denny. . . Almost Ended . . .
Christian, Charles Christian, Linda
Collins, Rickey Cooper, Vernon
Cook, Becky Cowan, Jerry
Davis, Alan Downs, Fred
Crawford, Eddie Culbert, Linda
Culp, Jessica Dalrymple, Brenda
Duckett, Danny Dunn, Sheila Edwards, Charles Edwards, James
Edwards, Joe Epps, Bonnie Erwin, Emily Faulkner, Randy
. . . But We Hold Many . . .
Ford, Rhonda Gamble, Marc
Garner, Phylis George, Terry
Gilliland, Gail Glassco, Gary
36Ham, Gary Haney, Joseph Hanvey, Brenda Hayes, Neva
Henley, Sarah Hood, Betty Hood, Phillip Hooper, Bill
. .•. Memories of the Years . . .
37. . . As We Now Embark . . .
Hyatt, Rita Ingram, Dick Johnson, Jimmy Jolley, Pam
Jordan, Brenda Kilpatrick, Priscilla Kittles, Sarah
Kirby, Deborah Lacy, Randy Lacy, Willard
38Landers, Jerry Lang, Brenda Lee, Vicki Leeth, Allen
. . . On a New Journey . . .
Leeth, Vicki |j|es, Randy
Lowery, Michael Lusk, Cindi Lyles, Garry
Maddux, Kay Maness, Sandra Mark, Charlene
39Martin, Melanie Martin, Roger Martin, Scott Mastin, Cynthia
Mayes, Jerry McCauley, Kenneth McClendon, Bob McCoy, Marcus
McCreless, Kathy Metheny, Gayle
Moon, Danny Morris, Nelson
Morgan, Bill Morton, Keith
40Mol ley, Lynn Nelson, Miriam
Phillips, Peggy Reynolds, Carolyn
Rains, Veronika Riley, Mike
Noles, Larry Orr, Morris Ray, Edward Rives, Mike
Nunnally, Gary Otinger, Jeff Reeves, Phillip Robertson, LannyLife, Is It Really . . .
Roden, Patti Roe, Susan Rowe, Debbie
Rushing, Rowena Samson, David Scruggs, Ronald
Segars, Kenny Segers, Larry Shell, Johnny
Involvement . . .
Smith, Debbie. . . Worth Living?
. . . Participation
Smith, Pat Smith, Rhonda Smith, Tweetie
Southerland, Rudy Stanfield, Virgil
Spratling, Susan Stone, Henry
Spurlin, Debra Stone, PatOnly If You . . .
Townson, Charles Treece, Elwin
Thrash, Danny Todd, David Todd, Debra Tolbert, Jimmy
Webb, Earl Webb, John West, Karen Wilkes, Robert
Trussed, Katha Veal, Maria
Williams, David Williams, Janice Willmore, Pam Wilson, Debbie
Wilson, Julie Winkles, Cynthia Winkles, Kathy
. . . Live Life!!editors
Laura Crowe Holleigh Evans Pat McClendon Wayne Kimberly
47Adams, Andy Alexander, Mike Alford, Pat Appleton, Skippy Armstrong, Cheryl
Ashley, Peggy Baird, James Baker, Howard Baker, Richard Baker, Tony
Barnett, Shannon Bartlett, Carter Bartlett, Stanley Baugh, Anthony Baugh, Betty
Baugh, Danny Beam, Joe Beard, Joan Bearden, Kay Beasley, Fred
Bell, Jimmy Bentley, Zeke Bible, Dianne Biddle, Mike Bishop, Joyce
Junior is . . .
48Bolding, Donna Bolt, Glenda Bolt, Linda Bolton, Kathy Bonds, Cynthia
Boyd, Cindy Brock, Rickey Browning, Becky Bruc8, Guy Bunn, Christy
Caldwell, Debbie Camp, Delane Camp, Felton Camp, Irby Campbell, Bobby
Busy, Exciting and Crazy!
49CLASS OFFICERS: President Wayne Kimberly, Vice-president Lisa Hubbard,Secretary Becky George, and Treasurer Lynn Hanvey.
Campbell, Mary Campbell, Tex Canady. Terry Carnes, Peggy Chaffin, Ken
Chamblee, Edward Champion, Sherry Chandler, Ann Chandler, Rita Charles, Lisa
Chauvin, Rodney Chavers, Daryl Cheek, Brenda Cole, Cathy Collier, Brad
Collier, Carla Collins, Donald Colquitt, Bobby Cook, Michael Cooley, John
Corbin, Donald Cornelius, Eddie Couch, Mary Jane Cox, Jerry Crowe, Laura
50Cryar, Beth Culbert, Eloise Culbert, Harold Cunningham, Robin Curry, Bill
Duke, Doretha Duvall, Gail Duvall, Harvey Duvall, Shelia Edwards, Debra
Dobbins, Denise Dorsett, Linda Duckett, Bob Duckett, Danny Duckett, Larry
Eidson, Mike Ennis, Dianne Erwin, Susan Evans, Holleigh Evers, Roland
Dahlquist, Randy Dauguette, Sharon Davenport, Jo Ann Davis, Nalda Deer man, GlenFloyd, Mike Foshee, Diane Franks, Freeda Gaither, Lorre Garrett, Joe
Gentry, Steve George, Becky Gilbreath, Paulette Giles, David Grace, Linda
Green, Nicky Griffith, Gail Griffith, Larry Grizzard, Mike Grogan, Steve
Ham, Hazel Hambrick, Kay Hanvey, Lynn Hardeman, Nicky Harrison, Amelia
52Harrison, Cecelia Harrison, Richard Haymon, Debra Hedgepeth, Bill Henley, Aubrey
Hill, Brenda Hilsman, Larry Hilsman, Randy Hipp, Carol Holcomb, Kathy
Holland, Dorsey Holsonback, Randv Houston, Joann Hubbard, Lisa Hughes, Harriet
Hyde, Ronald Jaco, Richard Jenkins, Danny Jenkins, Norman Jenkins, Richard
Johnson, Jewel Johnson, Marla Johnson, Mike Jones, David Jones, Debra
Jones, Robbie Kennedy, Jimmy Kilpatrick, Temple Kimberly, Wayne King, Steve
Kirkland, Danny Landers, Malcolm Langley, Keith Laser, Al
Locklear, Becky Lowery, Rickey Lyles, Kenneth Lynn, Renee Lynn, Sherry
Martin, Debbie Mashburn, Denise Mastin, Johnny Mathis, Brenda Matthews, Bobby
Matthews, Doyle May, Frankie Mayes, Marsha McClendon, Gary McCollum, Bobby
McCoy, Rickey McCreless, Debbie McCreless, Jim McGlaughn, Janice McLemore, Turner
54And More People . . .
McLendon, Pat Mitchell, Cecelia Mitchell, Paula Morgan, Joe Morrison, Roger
Nelson, Tara Newman, Brenda Ogle, Beverly Ogle, Carol Oliver, Barbara
Oliver, Glenda Orr, Wanda Pankey, Jimmy Pankey, Wayne Partridge, Debi
Paschal, Eugene Patterson, Greg Patterson, Jennie Patterson, Rickey Peppers, Wayne
Poe, Lillie Powell, Richard Prickett, Tommy Quinn, Kathy Rains, Don
Rains, Gaynell Ray, Patricia Reaves, Paula Rhodarmer, Tommy Richards, Larry
Richey, Beth Riddle, Redgy Riddle, Sandy Ridgeway. Danny Robinson. Phillip
Roden, Rhea Rushing, Kenneth Scruggs, Dicksie Sewell, Rita Shores, Tony
Simpson, Alice Slaton, Donnie Smalley, Mildred Smalley, Sandra Smith, James
Smith, Lowell Smith, Katrina Sparks, Joan Southerland, Travis Spence, Johnny
Spratling, Kay Spurgeon, Larry Spurlin, Kent Stanfield, Lisa Staton, Lei ton
Stephens, Brad Stewart, Kerry Stidham, Danny Sutton, Tommy Swords, Virgil
56Tabor, Thomas Taylor, Ann Taylor, Dan
Templeton, Ellen Templeton, Sammy Thacker, Gary
Thomas, Rhonda Thompson, Mary Ann Thrasher, Denise
Thrasher, Paul Tucker, Kathy Tucker, Oliver
Tucker, Susan Turner, Althea Vantreese, Buddy
57Only One More Year!
Wakefield, Sharon Walls, Ronnie Webb, Barbara Webb, Myra Weeks, Julia
Weeks, Sandra Wells, Winky Wesson, David White, David Williams, Pam
Willoughby, Damon Willoughby, Ralph Wise, David Woodall. Danny Young, Joey
5859Sophomore Class Officers
Armour, Nancy Bailey, Cynthia Baird, Herbert Baldwin, Evelyn Baldwin, Rodney
Barclift, Bruce Barksdale, Buster Baugh, Gary Beard, Buddy Bearden, Janice
Bearden, Manuel Bearden, Mike Bell, Nancy Benefield, Bobby Benefield, Debra
Bethune, Kenneth Black, Patti Blackwell, Gail Blanks, Teresa Bolding, Shelia
Bubba McKee, Vice President; Phylis Campbell, Secretary; Benny Goss, President; Karen Rains, Treasurer.Bonds, Debra Bonds, Jody Bonds, Pam Bowen, Sheila Bright, Dolan
Brooks, Joyce Brown, Belinda Brown, Evelyn Brown, Greg Bryant, Kay
Buckelew, John Burgess, Johnny Burks, Elizabeth Bagle, Becky Caldwell, Pam
Camp, Sherrill Camp, Tony Campbell, Annette Campbell, Mike Campbell, Phyllis
61A New Time
Chandler, Cheryl Chastain, Cynthia Cherry, Cynthia Childress, Ronnie Cochran, Bobby
Cochran, Jeff Cochran, Petey Cochran, Vickie Cody, Cathy Colquitt, Mary
Colvin, Janet Cook, Roger Corbin, Jeannie Cornelius, Rodney Crawford, Beverly
Crews, Teresa Cunningham, Sheila Daniel, Patti Davenport, Jennifer Davis, Pat
Davis, Rickey Davis, Teddy Dennis, Nancy Dimasi, Maria Dooley, Linda
Downs, Darrell Duckett, Deborah
Duke, Myra Eason, Betty
62A New Place
Edison, Roger Elrod, Charlene Engle, Janet Ennis, Phillip Evans, Charlotte
Evers, Kathy Evers, Myra Fainn, Curtis Faulkner, Barry Frachseur, Mike
Franks, Dennis Frazier, Regina Free, Danny Gardner, Reba Gautney, Johnny
Gay, Angela Gibson, Trena Glass, Jackie GI assco, Steve Gore, Janet
Gore, Mike Goss, Benny Graben, Michael Grace, Bill Graves, Mike
Griffith, Sandra Griffith, Stephen Gunnells, Susie Gunter, Irene Hall, Gaynell
Hall, Mike Hammet, Deborah Hanvey, Gary Hard, Doyle Hard, Hoyle
63Sophomores Win 1st Place
Hardy, Amy Harper, Rickey Harris, Imogene Harvey, Janet Henry, Phillip
Hicks, Donnie Hicks, Kay Hill, Ronald Hipp, Debra Hodges, Morton
Hoffman, Gail Holderfield, Mike Hollis, Kenny Holsonback, Darrel Hornsby, Tommy
Hutcheson, Jimmy Hyde, Barbara Hyde, Robert Janey, Gretchen Jarvis, Connie
Johnson, David Johnson, Everrette Johnson, Sherry Jolley, Tim Jones, Cindy
Jones, Gloria Justice, James
Kelley, Randy Kirby, Cindy
64Lang, Ray Lovell, Patricia Lowery, David Lybrand, Kathy Maddux, Mike
Martin, Joan McClendon, Doris McBryer, Sue McClendon, Randy McKee, John
McMurtrey, Kay Miller, Vickie Minor, Dale Moore, Keith Morgan, Cindy
Morris, Steve Morton, Brent Mountain, Debbie Mullinax, Paul Murphrey, PamStudents Think . . .
Nelson, James Nelson, John David Nelson, Lydon Nolen, Nancy Orr, James
Orr, Roy Painter, Jimmie Pankey, Alicia Pankey, Martha Parrish, Betty
Parrish, Spike Patterson, Evelyn Patterson, Glenda Patterson, Wayne Peppers, Fred
Peppers, Sandra Pope, Fayestau Rains, Karen Rains, Kathy Ramsy, Janet
Reynolds, Donna Reynolds, Mark Rhodarmer, David Rice, Debra Richards, Barbara
Romine, Ernest Rudolph, Lee Seay, Dianne
66Sewell, Mike Shell, Rona Slaton, Mike Slaton, Rhonda Smith, Oanny
Smith, Janice Smith, Rita Smith, Stanley Spurlin, Aaron Spurting, Rocky
Stephens, Deborah Stephens, Diane Stepleton. Randy Stevens, Denford Stewart, Diane
Stone, David Story, Lannie Story, Mary Strange, Susan Swords, Rayford
Swords, Rickey Taylor, Johnny Terrell, Rickey Thacker, John Thomas, Pam
Thompson, Kathy Thompson, Pam Thrash, Rebecca Thrasher, Phillip Thrasher, Randall
Todd, Ginger Todd,Johnny Todd, Martha Todd, Susan Towers, Susan
67Tucker, Gary Turby, Dale Upton, Keith Vaughn, Tommy Vinyard, Shannon
Walker, David Ward, Rhonda Webb, Debra Webb. Pam Wester, Donald
Whitten, Steve Wilkerson, Marilyn Williams, Allen Williams, Max Williams, Terry
Willmore, Martha Wilmore, Tony Wilson, Dale Wilson, Fran Wilson, Tyrone
68Mary Burks Bonnie MartinWho Needs a Veep?
Aaron, Patti Adams, Joe
Allen, Debra Alverson, Joe
Anderson, Tommy Bagwell, Karen
Baker, Odean Baker, Shelia
Patti Aaron, Secretary; Bart Hodgens, President; Peggy Burroughs, Treasurer.
Bales, Johnny Bales, Mickey Beaird, Donna Beard, Cathy Beard, Lynn
Bearden, Tommy Beasley, Howell Belue, Jimmy Bentley, Jessie Bentley, Samuel
Bollinger, Mark Bolton, Richard Bonds, Jane Bonds, Johnny Bonds, Linda
Bowen, Jo Ann Boyd, Vicki Bright, Anthony Bright, Joan Brigman, Sharon
70Brown, Dale Brown, Debra Bryant, Randy Bryant, Wayne Bryson, Pat
Burdett, Sandra Burks, Mary Burroughs, Peggy Butler, Ronnie Byrum, Benny
Caldwell, Merline Camp, Cherry Camp, Susan Campbell, Sherman Cantrel, Mike
Carnes, Ronnie Carr, Freddy
Carter, Richard Cassels, Rita
Castleberry, Jerry Chaffin, Mike Chandler, Dorothy Chandler, Frank Charles, Helen
Childress, Barbara Childress, Dianne Childress, Jerry Clements, Belinda Clemmons, Leslie
Coby, Beverly Coefield, Michael Collier, Johanna Cooley, Carolyn Culbert, Elaine
71The Best Is . . .
Culbert, James Culbert, Vicky Oahlquist. Carmen Daniel, Pam Darnell, Patty Davis, Martha
Davis, Scott Denny, Steve Dingier, Sue Dobbs, Martha Duckett, Blaine Duckett, Garry
Duckett, Martha Duffey, Terri Edwards, Connie Eller, Mark Elmore, Danny fjnnis, Rickey
Fainn, Alen Farmer, Sandra Ferry, Jo Ann Files, Gwen Franks, Harold Frazier, Benny
Fricks, Cathy Galloway, Tommy Garrett, Randall Garrison, Randy Gentry, Jeff George, Gary
Gibson, Debra Gilliland, Jackie Gilliland, Randy Godwin, Thomas Golden, Paula Goodwin, Eddie
Green, Kim Griffin, Vicki Grimes, Ronnie Gunnells, Cathy Hale, Mark Hall, Brenda
Hall, Rebecca Hall, Regina Hammett, Dale Harper, Teresa Harris, Lesa Ann Harris, Susan
72. . . Yet to Be
Harrison, Phil Hasty, James Hayes, Randy Henderson, Cindy Henson, Beatrice
Hillsman, Bobby Hipp, Cindy Hodgens, Bart Holder, Darlene Holder, Phillip
Holder, Sharron Holland, Glenn Holsonback, Danny Horton, Randall Howard, Blanchard
Howard, Rod Hudgins, Candy Hudgins, Shelia Hunter, Michael Hyde, AnnitaWe Always . . .
Janey, Kim Jenkins, Danny Jenkins, Gary Jolley, Hal Jones, Keith Jones, Patsy
Jones, Ricky Justice, Betty Kelly, Mark Kennedy, Harvey Kiker, Patricia Kilgore, Covit
King, Mike Kirkland, Charles Kitchens, Wanda Land, Pete Landers, Mike Landers, Stanley
Laser, Eric Lathem, Danny Lecroy, Patty Lesley, Geannine Lewis, Don Light, Dennis
Liles, George Little, Keith Lokey, David Lowery, Mary Lyles, Vickie Mabrey, Louie
Malone, Rongie Maltbie, Edward Marlowe, Wendell Martin, Adrienne Martin, Bonnie Martin, Marleen
Martin, Regina Massey, Anita Masters, Denise
Masters, Nila Matthews, Robert May, JoeyMayo,Judy McAbee, Paul McClearen, Susan McClendon, Guy
McClendon, Phillip McCoy, Bobby McGee, Roger McKee, Sheila
Metheny, Julian Minor, Marsha Mitchell, Debra Moon, Phillip
Morgan, Byran Morgan, Phillip Morris, Claudette Motley, Michael Moultrie, Susan Mullins, Charles
Myers, Donna Nailer, Helen Nelson, Sherry Newman, Terry Norris, Debra Odom, Wanda
Ogle. Donna Oliver, Mickey Pair, Connie Pankey, Jerry Pankey, Tommy Panned, Dolly
Panned, Nathan Patterson, Rickey Payne, Edward Peppers, Randy Peppers, Tony Phillips, Bryon
Pierce, Margaret Poe. Vicki Prichett, David Rains, Beverly Reed, David Rhea, Judy
. . . Act This Way
75Freshmen Live Up . . .
Rhoades, Mary Rice, Marla Richards, Mike Richardson, Jane Richey, Tommy Riddle, Wayne
Riley, Tim Robinson, Ronnie Roe, Amelia Roe, Wayne Roquemore, Donna Ross, Debra
Rosson, Pam Rowe, Mike Russell, Nancy Scislaw, Tony Simmons, Barbara Simpson, Jessie
Sims, Dewey Sims, Helen Sims, Ruth Slaton, Joey Slaton, Rhonda Smalley, Claude
Smart, Patti Smith, Debra Smith, Dewayne Smith, Randy Smith, Shelia Smith, Susan
Southerland, Tony Spratling, Jan Spurgeon, Helen Spurlin, Tim Stanfield, Chapman Stephens, Sheila
Our speech and demonstration is on how to roll a yard.
76. . to Their Name
Stephenson, Annette Stewart, Marcella
Stewart, Martha Stone, Jeff
Stone, Rosemary Strange, Phillip
Swords, Belinda Taft, Cynthia Taylor, Alice Teague, Beth Teague, Chester Terrell, Brenda
Terrell, Connie Thacker, Lisa Thomas, Phillip Thompson, Joe Thompson, Nancy Thrasher, Jo Ann
Troxtel, Danny Trussel, Phillip Turner, James Underwood, Pam Upton, Elaine Vaughn, Randy
Vincent, Joe Waldrop, Lana Warren, Pam Watwood, Eddie Webb, Barbara Wester, Jane
Whitten, Mike Whorton, Cindy Williams, Barbara Williams, Bert Williamson, Dianne Williamson, RayThe Beginning of . . .
Wilmore, Janet Wilson, Vanessa Winfrey, Rickey Winkles, Charlotte Winkles, Randy Wise, Danny
Womack, Martha Wright, Mitchell Wright, Wayne Yarbrough, Gina Young, Robin
7879Eighth Grade Class . . .
John Rudolph, Vice-President; Deborah Gunter, Secretary; Jimmy Thompson, President; and Brenda Caldwell, Treasurer.
Benson, Rickey Bentley, Mike
Alexander, Margie Anderson, Darryl Ansley, Kim Armour, Joyce Atchley, Gary Bagwell, Mike Bailey, Jeff
Baugh, Danny Bearden, Kimmy Bearden, Rosann Beasley, Debra Beck, Kenneth Bell, Larry Bell, Phillip
Bailey, Stuart Baldwin, Ellis Banks, Marlon Bankston, Barbara Barkley, Wayne Barksdale, Joy Bartlett, Randyof 1971, Largest Ever . . .
Berry, Mark Bishop, Shari Blackwell, Patsy Bolding, Annita Bowen, Susan Bright, Larry Brigman, Charlotte
Brothers, Donna Brothers, Jeanette Brown, Keith Brown, Regina Brown, Robert Buchannan, Debbie Buchanan, Deborah
Buchanan, Debra Buckelew, Jan Bunch, Vicki Bunn, Mark Burgess, John Burks, Kenneth Burks, Larry
Burns. Steve Cagle, Larry Caldwell, Brenda Camp, Lynette Camp, Paula Cannady, Gary Cantrell, Robert
Cash, Jimmy Chamblee, Jan Chandler, David Clemons, Donald Clontz, Kathy Coch ran, Jimmy Cofield, Debra
Coker, Annette Collier, Jean Ellen Coody, William Cook, Danny Cooley, Neal Corbin, Brad Crawford, Steven
Creel, Jeff Crowe, Tommy Curl, Dewanna Curry, Robert Dalrymple, Russell Davenport, Jamie Davis, Cindy
Davis, Darlene Davis, Mark Davis, Robbie Davis, Sherry Dawson, Larry Dimasi, Tony Dobbins, Marquetta
Dobbs, Debra Dobbs, Gail Dorsett, Ralph Doyle, Debra Dobbins, Marquita Duffey.Tami Duncan, Peggy
81Dunn, Danny Duvall, Brenda Duvall, Gary Duvall, Larry Duvall, Rodney Edwards, Samuel Ennis, Belinda
Entrekin, Robert Epps, Debra Erwin, Dan Erwin, Paul Evans, Pete Fletcher, Danny Ford, Sharon
Frachiseur, Nina Franks, Belinda Franks, Randy Garner, Wanda Garrett, Steve Giles, Sheri Giles, Teri
Glassco, Neal Goble, Anthony Goble, Darlene Grabin, Sabrina Grace, Andrea Gray, Phillip Green, Laurie
Yes, We Are the . . .Eighth Grade!?
Griffith, Dennis Grindle, Bobby Hall, Kermit Ham, Marie Hamby, Bandaline Hannah, David Hanvey, Harold
Harbison, Kenny Harper, Karen Harris, Jim Harvey, Kim Hawkins, Robert Henson, Deloise Hollis, Kathy
Hollis, Rickey Hollis. Wanda Holsonback, Denise Holsonback, Diane Holsonback, Edwina Honea, Andra Hopper, Mark
Howard, Cathy Howard, Margaret Hubbard, Lauren Hudgins, Shirley Humphries, Brenda Hunt, David Hunt, Kathy
83Hutcheson, Debbie Hutcheson, Phillip Hyatt, Jerry Ingram, Dianne Ingram, Lenora Jackson, Dennis Jenkins, Kathy
Johnson, Billy Johnson, Bob Johnson, Leisa Johnson, Tony Johnston, Alice Johnston, Jeff Jolly, Kathy
Jones, Alvin Jones, Brad Jones, Keith Jones, Sheila Justice. Johnny Kean, Shep King, Gail
Kirby, Westley Kitchens, Kathleen Lamb, Jennie Lang, Debra Lang, Melanie Lecroy, Larry Ledbetter, David
Lemaster, Roger Lemaster, Trena Lester, Cindy Lewis, David Lusk, Joe Lusk, Phillip Luther, Randy
McBryar, Wayne McClellan, Kenneth McClendon, Don McClendon, Roger McCoy, Mira McCreless, Cathy McDowell, Billy
McDowell, Brenda McGriff. Kent McKinney, Charlotte McMurtrey, Bobby Machen, Steve Mailer, Juanita Malone, Debra
Malone, Rickey Mar but, Rita Mark, Mary Marks, John Marks, Mildred Martin, Mark Martin, Nancy
Mastin, Mike Mayfield, Wayne Miller, Ronnie Miller, Tony Miner, Steve Mitchell, Jeff Mitchell, Phyllis Burl
84We Are Always Reaching Higher
Moore, Randall Morgan, Sandra Morrow, Cathy Moultrie, Kenneth Mullinax, Debra Murray, Dianne Nixon, Ann
Ogle, Shelia Oliver, Michael Painter, Steve Patterson, Debbie Peacock, Tony Pearson, Beverly Peck, Laura
Pell, Kenneth Peppers, Debra Peppers, Pam Peques, Patricia Poole, Jenny Portwood, Gail Powell, Terry
Pursley, Charles Rains, Tommy Ray, Roger Reaves, Teresa Redden, Pamela Reeves, Charlotte Rhea, Candy
IRiddles, Phillip Robertson, Marcus Rogers, Anthony Rogers, Mary Lou Romine, Danny Rosson, Tim Rudolph, John
Rushing, Richard Russell, Kathy Sampson, Doyle Sampson, Kathy Sampson, Robert Sewell, Betty Simpson, Sonny
Sims, Anna Lee Slaton, Cathy Smith, Ben Smith, Clay Smith, Danny Smith, Jerome Smith, Nancy
Smith, Randall Smith, Rhonda Smith, Rickey Smith, Ruby Smith, Tony Sparks, Julia Sparks, Lucille
Spurgeon, Jerome Spurlin, Donald Station, Barry Stephens, Betty Stephens, Lamar Stephens, Martha Kilpatrick, Becky
Stevens, Frank Stewart, Alisa Stidham, Renay Stidham, Rhonda Story, Terry Stove, Sonia Swords, Dewayne
Tankersley, Dianne Taylor, Cathy Teague, Edward Teague, Freddie Terrel, Belinda Terrell, Benjie Thompson, Billy
Thompson, Jimmy Thompson, Mark Thompson, Wendall Tidwell, Grant Todd, Debra Todd, Dennis Todd, Dianne
Todd, Phillip Towers, Sherrie Townson, Ronald Treece, Glenda Tucker, James Turner, Deborah Turner, Rickey
86We’ve Only Just Begun
Upton, Kenneth Vaught, Ronnie Young, Byron Young, David Wagon, Gloria Wallace, Jenny Wattwood, Kenneth
Ward, Peggy Warren, Peggy White, James White, Mary White, Regina Whitehead, Helen Whitehead, Johnny
Williams, Cynthia Williams, Lawrence Willson, Barbara Winkles, Tommy Witcher, Donald Womack, Jewel Wood. Cathy
Woodham, Bryon88Student Life
Rhea Roden Kathy Winkles Joe HaneyGreat Leadership Proves Helpful to Band
(TR) Mr. Powell, Band Director. (CL) Stephen Archer, Drum Major. (CR) Donna Tant, Color Guard Captain. (BL) Pam Williams, Head Majorette. (BR) Trophies Received at Mid-South, Dalton, and Rossville Marching Festivals. (OPP., TL) Section Leaders. (TR) Officers. (CL) Band Booster President Al Laser Celebrates Birthday. (CR) Band Christmas Concert. (BL) Aggie-Pirate Band. (BR) Band at Pep Rally.
9091(L) Majorettes B. Hood, M. Martin, K. McCre-less. (R) Pep Rally, Rifle Corps, Honor Guard.
92(TL) Band. (TC) B. George. (TR) E. Templeton. (CL) Guidons. (C) N. Nolan. (CR) D. Partridge. (BL) Guidons. (BR) Rifle Corps.
93Band Proves to Be Best in Dixie!
(TL) First Place Trophies won at Mid-South Marching Festival for Majorettes, Color Guard, Drum Major, and Band; at Dalton for Band, Participation, Color Guard, Drum Major, and Majorettes; at Ross-ville for Band and Drum Major; at Knoxville for Participation; and at Camp for the Color Guard.
9495Aggie Half Million Dollar Marching BandSpanish Club
The Spanish Club is an organization which offers an opportunity to discuss the ideas and customs and to promote a better understanding of the Spanish people.
(T) Spanish Club. (BL) Officers. (R) Students in Language Lab.
97Aggie Pep Club
The main purpose of the Aggie Pep Club is to promote true school spirit and to support the cheerleaders and the school teams in all events. The Pep Club lets the Aggies know that we're all behind them.
(T) Pep Club. (CL) Bonfire. (R) Officers.
FBLA is a national youth organization for students enrolled in business and office education programs. It operates as an integral part of the school program under the guidance of teachers and businessmen.
(L) FBLA Officers and Sponsors. R) Mrs. Sloan helps out. (B) FBLA Members.
The Albertville High School Club, Chapter 5265 of the Future Scientists of America, is an affiliate of the National Science Teachers Association, and the Alabama Junior Academy of Science. Its objective is to support science education at AHS. With this in mind the Club is divided into committees with each working to accomplish a specific job.
(TR) Students receiving awards. (CL) Officers. (CR) Committee Chairmen. (B) Science Club Members.
Junior Civitans are organized and sponsored by regularly chartered and active clubs of Civitan International. Junior Civitan membership is based on good citizenship. Boys eligible for membership in Junior Civitan must be recommended by three teachers on basis of leadership, school spirit, honesty, cooperation, scholarship, character, and dependability.
(T) Junior Civitans. (L) Officers.
The purpose of the Library Club is to help promote a greater interest among the students in the use of Library materials printed and nonprinted; to stimulate greater reading interest; and to improve the Library service to the school.
(CL) Students using the Library. (TW Officers with their Sponsor, Mrs. Couch. (B) Library Club Members.
102Future Teachers helps students to understand that "He who dares to teach must never cease to learn." Future Teachers gain through experiences the responsibility of teaching and greater appre-
ciation of the teaching profession.
(T) FTA Members. (L) FT A Officers. (R) Mr. FTA, Marc Gamble and Miss FTA, Vicki Sanders.
The purpose of the Junior Classical League is to encourage among young people an interest in and appreciation of the language, literature, and culture of ancient Greece and Rome, and to give them some understanding of the debt of our own culture to that of classical antiquity.
CO JCL of 70-'71. (C) Saturnalia. R) Officers.
The Future Farmers of America is the national organizational program for boys studying vocational agriculture in public secondary schools under the provisions of the national Vocational Education Acts. The FFA is an intra-curricular activity having its origin and root in a definite part of the school curriculum.
(T) FFA Members. (L) FFA Officers.
The purpose of the Student Council is to develop attitudes of, and practice in, good citizenship; promote harmonious relationship throughout the entire student body; improve student-teacher relationships; raise school morale; assist in the responsibilities of managing the school in cooperation with the faculty; set up forum for student expression; undertake direction of school activities; promote the general welfare of the school; and to aid in producing an atmosphere conducive to the educational process.
108(T) Student Council Representatives. (L) Connie Jarvis, Treasurer. (C) Mrs. Little, Sponsor. (B) Christmas Dance sponsored by Student Council. (OPP. TL) Marc Gamble, Secretary. (TR) Christmas Dance. (CL) Linda Grace, Vice-President. (BR) Robert Howard, President.
109Mountaineer Editors Climb Steps of Success With No. 1 Annual
We have a workshop. That's where we work? And learn - about a lot of things.
We have a sponsor. She's the boss — over everything. She knows about all the things we learned.
We have pictures. Million of them - full of faces. Some smiling, some not.. . but all faces.
We have leaders. They work - to make us work. Tweetie, Patti, and Fred: thank you three. We're welcome. I'm sure.
We have a love. It's known as AHS, and we don't want to forget it. So we make something about it. Thanks. You're welcome, we're sure.
Greg Brown Becky Cook Nancy Dennis Cindy Jones Mary Story Susan Spratling Pat McLendon Allen Leeth Roger Martin Amy Hardy Debra Todd
Patti Roden Marc Gamble Vicki Anderson Cindi Lusk Susan Roe Gary Thacker Terry George Tweetie Smith Jimmy Tolbert Kathy Winkles Debbie Rowe
Sarah Henley Deborah Kirby Kenny Segars Betty Hood Fred Downs Donna Tant Kay Spratling Nalda Davis Harriet Hughes Rhea Roden Laura Crowe
Winky Wells Lisa Hubbard Holleigh Evans Wayne Kimberly Patti Aaron Phylis Campbell Bonnie Martin Mary Burkes Sharon Daugette Carol Hipp Pat Davis
The purposes of the Future Homemakers of America are to promote a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfactions of homemaking; emphasize the importance of worthy home membership; encourage democracy in home and community life; work for good home and family life for all; promote international good will; foster the development of creative leadership in home and community life; provide wholesome individual and group recreation; and further interest in home economics.
(TL) Officers. (TR) Third Year. (CL) Second Year (CR) Girls cooking. (BR) First Year.
The Gavel Club is an organization that strives to improve the public speaking ability of its members. It provides them with an opportunity to prepare and present speeches, a n d to give short, impromptu talks on a variety of topics. (L) Officers. (R) Members.
Music is said to be the universal language. It means something to everyone. Choral offers an opportunity for students to enjoy singing while providing pleasure for t h e listener. Pictured are (L) members, and (R) Charles Woods, Director.
The objectives of the NIKE Club include developing initiative and leadership; giving service to school and community; preparing for careers; and accepting the responsibilities of citizenship in our free land. Pictured are (L) officers, and (R) members.
114Junior and Senior Beta Clubs
The Junior and Senior High Beta Clubs are organizations dedicated to the improvement of Albertville High. Membership i s based o n scholastic averages, citizenship, school spirit, and patriotism. "Let us lead by serving others" is the motto of the clubs. Pictured are (T) Junior Beta members, (L) Senior Beta officers, and (B) Junior Beta officers. Senior Beta members are pictured on the opposite page (B).
(TL) Asst. Bus. and Asst. Art Mgrs. (TR) Advertising Staff. (CL) Circulation. (BR) Sports Ed. (BL) Feature Ed. (Opp.-TL) Copy Ed. (TR) Class Ed. (BL) Activities. (BR) Art Ed.117DECA
Distributive Education is a program of instruction in merchandising, marketing and management. Pictured are members (L) and officers (R).
118Student Life Retrospect"There will be a meeting at 1:10 in the library of the ..." Man, that's worth my fifty cents right there. 'The meeting will come to order." I wish he would be quiet I "We need to collect money for . . I've already given fifty cents! "Our club has decided to help a needy family this Thanksgiving . . ." Just great; what about the other 364 days? "Some people have become alarmed at the negative, apathetic attitude of some of the clubs ..." I think I'll skip 6th and go to Steele.
EXOMaj. SPHONMaj. S-1 Maj. SP HON Capt.
Haney Todd Wilkes Weeks
S-2 Maj. SP HON Capt. S-3 Maj. SP HON Capt. S-4 Maj. CSM ASST Cpt.
Johnson Wells Mosley Wakefield Edwards Baird Land
CpI. Downs CpI. Wood MSG Powell CpI. Whitten
121CO COM Maj. SP HON Maj. Hooper Anderson
CO COM Maj. Southerland
EXO Capt. Burdett
SP HON Maj. Smith
1 SG Curry
Drum and Bugle Corps
MSG Laser SFC Staton Davis Brown Newman
SFC Thacker SSG Spurlin SSG Vantreece Grace Vinyard
1 SG Woodall SFC Duckett SSG Bell Beard Cofield
1 Lt. Johnson MSG Matthews SFC Prickett Morton
MSG Williams SFC Ridgeway Childress Brooks Holderfield
CO COM Maj. SP HON Capt. EXO 1 Lt. 1 SG Guidon
Williams Evans Hagood Riddle Gautnery
PL 1 Lt. PS MSG
SFC Biddle SSG Burnett SSG Bruce Baugh Bolton Camp
SSG Dear man
CO COM Maj. SP Hon Capt. EXO 1 Lt. 1 Sgt. Guidon
Robertson Grace Anthony Riddle Willoughby
SFC Alexander SSG Hillsman SSG Colquitt Stepleton Thomason Baker
PL 1 Lt. PS MSG
PL 1 Lt. PS MSG
SFC Beasley SSG Lyles SSG Brock SSG Bentley Hard, D.
SFC McClendon SSG Mastin Lessley McKee Peppers Hard, H.
SFC McCollum SSG Southerland SSG Floyd Staton Stevens Sfcvords
SFC Culbert SSG Duckett SSG Lowery Bethune Free Killey Hornsby SFC Taylor SFC Appleton SSG Pankey Graves Hill
Debra Todd Winky WellsEighth Grade Personalities
(TL) Paul Erwin and Sherry Towers. (TR) Kenny Harbinson and Laura Peck.
(BL) Phillip Strange and Adrienne Martin. (CR) Danny Elmore and Jackie Gilliland. (BR) Tommy Anderson and Vicki Culbert.
1971 Coronation Court
(TL) Sophomore Class. (TR) Sophomore Beauty and Escort. (CL) Freshman Class. (CR) Princess and Kingsman. (B) Eighth Grade. (Opp. TL) King and Queen. (TR) Princesses and Kingsmen. (CL) Senior Beauty and Escort. (CR) Senior Class. (BL) Junior Beauty and Escort. (BR) Junior Class.
139Classes Entertain With Skits
(TL) Debbie being crowned. (TR) Kenny being crowned. (CL) Kingsman Ken Segars, Princess Debra Todd. (CR) Grand March. (BL) Coronation attendants. (BR) Kingsman Alan Davis, Princess Debbie Wilson.
(TL) Backdrop. (TR) Court. (B) Princess Betty Hood, Queen Debbie Wilson, Princess Debra Todd.
We wanted it — and we got it.
Terry's backdrop and all the lost material. Coronation '71.
Glue the crown together — don't lose the staplegun.
Only three more days — we'll never make it. Coronation 71.
OH MY THUMBI HOLD THAT LADDERI Coronation 71.
Tonight's the night. We made it. CORONATION 71.
145Eighth Grade Favorites
146Ninth Grade Favorites
(TL) Freddy Carr. (TC) Peggy Burroughs. (TR) Bsrt Hodgens. (BL) Claudette Morris. (BC) Phillip Thomas. (BR) Martha Stewart.
(TL) Pat Davis. (TR) Kathy Rains. (BL) Benny Goss. (BR) Phyllis Campbell.
(TL) Steve Whitten. (TR) Gail Hoffman. (BL) Diane Stewart. (BR) Bubba McKee.Junior
(L) Becky George. (TC) Kay Spratling. (BO Randy Hilsman. (TR) Lisa Hubbard. (BR) Ralph Willoughby.
(TL) Deborah Kirby. (TR) Danny Duckett. (BL) Robert Howard. (BR) Pat Smith.153
(TL) Garry Nunnally. (TR) Becky Cook. (BL) Patti Roden. (BR) Danny Thrash.154
(TL) Pat Goodwin. (TR) Terry George. (BL) Gary Ham. (BR) Sarah Henley.Coronation
(TL) Marc Gamble. (TR) Morton Hodgens. (BL) James Baird. (BR) Eddie Goodwin. (CR) Lanny Robertson.
1551971 Junior-Senior Prom“Those Were the Days”
(TL) Kick-line. (TR) Happy Couple. (CL) Parking road. (CR) The dance. (BL) Last will and testament. (Opp. — TL) Last will and testament. (TR) Dairy Queen. (C) Leadout. (BL) The dance. (BR) The Moose.
157The Speech Class Presents
(T) Villagers gossip. (C) Fred Downs, portraying Mr. Warner, gives advice to the villagers. (B) Mrs. Keller helps with make-up. (OPP. TL) Waiting for Lottery. (TR) Restless children. (B) Family quarrel.
159Band Sweetheart — Betty Hood
(TL) Betty receiving Home Economics Award. (TR) Band Sweetheart Betty Hood. (CL) Talking it over at Baccalaureate. (BL) Majorette, 2 years. (BR) JCL Secretary.
160Twirp. . .
. . .Week
(TL) Junior High Lil Abner Finalists. (TC) Senior High Lil Abner and Daisy Mae - Robert Ray, Debra Todd. (TR) Junior High Lil Abner and Daisy Mae — Michael Cofield, Dianne Childress. (LC) Junior High Daisy Mae Finalists. (BL) Lovers? (BC) Senior High Daisy Mae Finalists. (BR) Senior High Lil Abner Finalists. (VB) Valentine Dance.
(TL) COURT: V. Cochran, M. Whitten, P. McLenden, D. Holland, K. Bearden, W. Pankey. V. Leeth, P. Robinson, R. Southerland, S. Roe, T. Burdett, Queen - B. Hood, King — D. Childress, D. Todd, M. Orr, R. Slaton, F. Camp, D. Mashbum, E. Webb. M. Story. H. Baker, J. Engle. J. Todd, D. Webb. (CL) At the Luau. (BL) Queen - Betty Hood. (TR) King - Denny Childress. Queen - Betty Hood. (BR) FHA Court: V. Leeth. K. Bearden, S. Roe. P. McLendon, Queen - B. Hood. V. Cochran, D. Webb, D. Todd, J. Engle, R. Slaton, M. Story, D. Mashburn.
Too early ... "Be at the school at 6:00."
Six o'clock; nobody here.
Too tired ... "But we've just got to win." We didn't.
"We can't leave, there's Landers." He left. So did we.
'Twenty to nothing. Great!"
It ended in a tie. Oh, well.
"Watch out for my corsage."
"Put it on the dashboard ..."
(TL) Pat being crowned. (TR) Queen Pat Goodwin. (BL) Queen and escort. (BR) Homecoming Court: D. Stewart, B. Goss, P. Campbell, P. Davis, J.
Weeks, D. Jenkins, K. Spratling, R. Baker, P. Goodwin, D. Williams. V. Leeth, L. Robertson, P. Roden, D. Inyam, D. Todd, R. Wilkes. (OPP., TL) Harvest Hop. (TR) Sr. Att. Debra Todd. (CL) Spanish Float. (TC) Seniors take a break. (CR) Sr. Att. Patti Roden. (BL) James. (C) Sr. Atts. (BC) Seniors working on float. (BR) Sr. Att. Vicki Leeth.Homecoming
(TL) Junior Attendant Julia Weeks. (BL) Junior Attendant Kay Spratling. (OPP., TR) Sophomore Attendant Phyllis Campbell. ICR) Sophomore Attendant Diane Stewart. Remaining are Homecoming Snaps.
166Corsages . . . work . . . floats . . . work ... no sleep . . . work . . . parade . . . work .. . Finally, Friday night and you fall asleep during the third quarter. Yes, it was Homecoming.
Jimmy Tolbert Marc GambleAggie
RICHARD COLE 1. Athletic Director-Head Coach
2. Teague warms-up for game.
3. Co-Captain Alan Davis . . .
170ROW 1: D.Sims, N. Canady, J. Beam,T. Davis, B. Barksdale, R. Stepleton, J. McKee. ROW 2: D. Chavers, I. Camp, S. Whitten, G. Hanvey, M. Floyd, W. Kimberly, R. Terrell, L. Mosley. ROW 3: Coach Hornbuckle, K. Morton, H. Culbert, D. Teague, T. Griffith. M. Landers, A. Henley, J. Spence. S. Apple-ton, A. Davis, G. Ham, Coach Black, Coach Cole.
2. ROBERT HORNBUCKLE Assistant Coach
3. RANDALL BLACK Assistant Coach
1711. Aggies line-up against Boaz for rivalry unlimited.
2. The pre-game ritual is meaningful to the Aggies.
Aggies 6 vs Arab 19
Aggies 6 vs Gadsden 43
Aggies 6 vs Anniston 20
Aggies 6 vs Scottsboro 34
Aggies 12 vs Ft. Payne 27
Aggies 20 vs Jacksonville 20
Aggies 6 vs Emma Sansom 35
Aggies 8 vs Boaz 39
Aggies 6 vs Oxford 20
Aggies 6 vs Gunter sville 23
Wins Losses Ties
0 9 1
1. Gary Ham scores touchdown against Arab.
2. Aggie defenders corral Jacksonville quarterback.
173Whether Winning or Losing, AlwaysFightingJunior High Unbeaten in County
Rosson, Bryant, Marlowe, Williamson, S. Bentley, Stevens, Kean, Burgess, Cantrell, Carr, Harbison, Martin, Maltbie, Young, Lusk, Franks, Corbin, Appleton, Cunningham, McAbee, Oliver, Rowe, Vincent, Reed, Davenport, Franks, Howard, Brown, Beard, Coach Shankles, Wright, Hale, Wise, Duckett, Anderson, J. Bentley.
Captains Freddie Carr and Jesse Bentley. Junior High Head Coach
1761771. Coach Shannon Sloan. 2. Manager Mark Land. 3. Time out during a game. 4. "A" team from Left: Baker, Harrison, Orr, Bean,
Bentley, Coach Sloan, Teague, Morris, Childress, Mastin, and Appleton.
1970-71 Varsity Basketball
178County Champs Win 20
1. Teague shoots over West End defender. 2.
The Albertville-West End acrobatic circus. 3.
Mestin gets hacked attempting lay-up against Guntersville. 4. Zeke goes high for basket against Cullman.
AGGIE 1970-71 RECORD
Albertville 68 vs Cullman 55
Albertville 54 vs Guntersville 63
Albertville 71 vs Etowah 73
Albertville 101 vs Douglas 88
Albertville 91 vs West End 72
Albertville 75 vs Arab 62
Albertville 90 vs Boaz 70
Albertville 73 vs Collinsville 57
Albertville 72 vs Sylvan ia 71
Albertville 63 vs Boaz 69
Albertville 103 vs Anniston 55
Albertville 81 vs Guntersville 77
Albertville 80 vs Carver 95
Albertville 79 vs Emma Sansom 78
Albertville 87 vs Anniston 71
Albertville 90 vs Boaz 64
Albertville 70 vs Guntersville 68
Albertville 78 vs Athens 64
Albertville 57 vs Emma Sansom 53
Albertville 79 vs Douglas 61
Albertville 73 vs Anniston 70
Albertville 68 vs Arab 61
Albertville 63 vs Boaz 67
Albertville 70 vs Etowah 71
Albertville 89 vs West End 59
Albertville 84 vs Guntersville 64
Albertville 57 vs Jacksonville 58
1791. Durall Teague, Senior Forward. 2. John Martin, Junior Guard. 3. Baker shoots lay-up versus Guntersville. 4. Harrison in Cullman game. 5. Richard Harrison, Junior Guard. 6. Gary Bean, Senior Forward.
180Size . . .
1. Morris gets ride from West End Forward. 2. Charlie Baker, Senior Guard. 3. Denny Childress, Senior Forward. 4. Morris Orr, Senior Forward. 5. Nelson Morris, Senior Center. 6. Skippy Appleton, Junior Guard.
181Ability Makes Aggies a Great Team1. Zeke Bentley goes high for basket against Cullman, Zeke led the Aggies in scoring the entire season. 2. Zeke Bentley Junior Center. 3. Orr attempts a shot during the final minutes of the West End game.
183“B” Team . . . County Champs too
1. "B" TEAM KNEELING: Goss, Paschal,
Hodgens. Hilsman. STANDING: Swords,
Beam, Kirkland, Willabay, Smith, Hedgepeth, Collins, Graben, Gentry, and Lyles.- 2. Stanley Smith gets off a shot against Cullman in the season opener.
184Junior Aggies Sweep County Tourney
"A" TEAM: 1st ROW: Bentley, Goodwin, Bryant, Robinson, Bentley, Watwood. 2nd ROW: Hayes, Wise, Hodgens, Howard, Beard, Thomas, and
Marlowe. "B" TEAM: 1st ROW: Williams, Hutcheson, Johnson, Mastin, Mitchell, McGriff, Kean. 2nd ROW: Tidwell, Bunn, Davis, Stevens, Apple-ton, Burgess, Hunt, and Spurgeon.Baseball Heads Up SpringSports With Fine Season
AGGIE VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: Coach Black, Mike Floyd, Lynn Mosley, Durali Teague, Lowell Smith, Joe Beam, Ricky Patterson, Jimmy Tolbert, Randy Thrasher, Morton Hod-gens, Alan Davis, Steve Whitten, Darrell Chavers, Ralph Willoughby, James Nelson, Randy Hils-man, Danny Free, David Sampson, Max Williams, Guy Bruce.
1. Lynn Mosley, Senior, played in All-Star Game in Huntsville. 2. Alan Davis, Senior Outfielder. 3. Durali Teague, Senior First Baseman. (Opp. 1) Varsity Baseball Team. (2) Randy Hilsman, Junior Infielder. (3) Rickey Patterson, Junior Catcher-Infielder.
187Baseball 2nd Winning Year
Aggies 2 vs. Guntersville 4
Aggies 1 vs. Boaz 0
Aggies 4 vs. Emma Sansom 0
Aggies 2 vs. Gadsden 1
Aggies 8 vs. Guntersville 1
Aggies 1 vs. Gadsden 12
Aggies 3 vs. Etowah 2
Aggies 3 vs. Boaz 4
Wins Losses 5 3
1. Morton Hodgens, Sophomore Pitcher. 2. Ralph Willoughby, Junior Outfielder. 3. Joe Beam, Junior Outfielder. 4. Steve Whitten, Sophomore Outfielder.
188. . and IncentiveSpring Practice Brings New Faces to the Aggie Football Scene.
1. 1971-72 Head Football Coach Kenneth Barrett conducts drills during spring practice. 2. Over 90 boys reported for drills and provided strong competition for all starting jobs. With no conditioning the new Aggies played Boaz head-to-head for one half in the jamboree and held them scoreless. The game ended in a tie.
191Aggie Girls Host Invitational Meet and Capture First in Senior High, Second in Junior High. Entire Affair a Giant Success.Bentley and Mastin go to State . . . Lead Team.
1. TRACK TEAM: (1st ROW) Peppers,
McKee, Rippy, Goss, Barksdale, Stone, Lessley. (2nd ROW) Coach Hornbuckle, Henley, Apple-ton, Bentley, Mastin, Paschal, and Vineyard, 2. Zeke Bentley and Johnny Mastin confer with Coach Hornsbuckle on the state meet.
193. Leading Boys
F.C.A. and “A” Club . . Groups.
1. FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES, (1st ROW) Mr. Jack Wells, R. Hilsman, S. Appleton, J. Mastin, B. Campbell, L. Mosley. (2nd ROW) D Teague, D. Chavers. J. Beam, I. Camp, G. Bruce. K. Lyles. (3rd ROW) B. Collier, A. Henley. W. Kimberly, P. Cochran. J. Smith. (4th ROW) M Hodgens, A. Davis. G. Ham, K. Chaffin, G. Hanvey, B. Barclift. (5th ROW) J. Spence, B. Barksdale. M. Floyd, S. Whitten, T. Davis. "A" CLUB, B Barksdale, Z. Bentley, J. Mastin, E. Paschal, B. McKee, B. Goss. (2nd ROW) A. Henley. G. Hanvey, W. Kimberly, R. Hilsman, K. Morton, C. Baker, R. Patter •on. (3rd ROW) D. Chavers, S. Whitten, G. Bruce, G. Ham, D. Teague, J. Beam, R. Harrison. (4th ROW) S. Appleton, N. Canady A Davis M. Ho dgens. I. Camp, H. Culbert. (5th ROW) J. Tolbert, G. Bean, L. Mosley, M. Floyd. K. Chafin, M. Landers. J. Spence.1970-71 Junior High Cheerleaders
1. Teri Giles, Eighth Grade, 2. Diane Williamson, Freshman, 3. Patti Aaron, Freshman, 4, Martha Dobbs, Eighth Grade, 5. Martha Stewart, Freshman, 6. Peggy Burroughs, Freshman.
1951970-71 Varsity Cheerleaders Were
1. Becky Browning, 2. Debbie Wilson, Head, 3. Debbie accepts award, 4. '70-'71 Cheerleaders, 5. Cheerleaders leading Aggies, 6. Deborah Kirby. (Opp. TL) Gail Hoffman, (TR) Lisa Hubbard, (B) Diane Hunt.
Cey to Great Aggie Spirit
In the hills of Alabama in a town called Albertville, there is a school we love its every rule, and it's there we'll always be . . .
Class of 1971
. . . You may search the wide world over, but you'll find no better place, than the hills of Alabama and the dear ole AHS.
A ...H ... S.Valedictorian
L) delivering Valedictory address. (TR) receiving awards for proficiency in two foreign languages, on being Valedictorian, and the Balfour award. (BL) assisting in the office. BR) Sandra participating in the Choral Group.
(TL) Dick receiving awards for Science, Salutatorian, and Outstanding Student. (TR) Conversing with Miss Brasher at the Coronation. (BL) Being recognized for being a Junior Favorite. (BR) Dick giving his Salutatory address.
(TL) Joan Beard, DE. (TC) Robert Howard,
Social Studies. (TR) Danny Elmore, Golden Rule. (CL) Sarah Kittle, BOE. (C) Marcus McCoy, Danforth. (BL) Sandy Riddle, MT-11. (BC) Lynn Hanvey, American History. (BR) Lanny Robertson, Mathematics. (VBR) Johanna Collier, Jr. Hi Citizenship.
(TL) Carol Hipp, Latin. (TC) Vickie Lee, Danforth. (TR) Diane Williamson, Jr. Hi Spirit. (C) Gary Lyles. Chemistry. (TCR) Patti.poden, All-Around Girl. (CR) Linda Culbert, Library. (BL) Steve Anthony, Ag. (BC) Martha Stewart, All-Around Jr. Hi Girl. (BR) Terry George, Activities.
205Awards and Rewards
(TL) Randy Stepleton, Christian Athlete. (TR) Nelson Morris, Sportsmanship. (CL) Gail Beard, Spanish. (TC) Wayne Long, Physical Education. (C) Mr. Landers presenting awards. (CR) Vicki Leeth, Betty Crocker. (BL) Debbie Rowe, International Sterling. (BC) Shirley Carnes, Physical Education. (BR) Cindy Henderson, Activities.
206(TL) Mrs. Weathers, Retiring. (TR) Durall Teague, Athletics. (CL) Earl Webb, DeKalb. (C) Tweetie Smith, Golden Rule. (CR) Debbie Wilson, Cheerleader. (BL) Jessica Culp, English and Citizenship. (BC) Fred Downs, All-Around man. (BR) Earl Webb, Ag Scholastic.
207Finally, After Twelve Years
(TL) Coke break. (TC) Happiness. (TR) Seniors before. (CL) Seniors relax. (C) For the first time. (CR) For the last time. (BR) Twelve years together. (BL) Seniors after. (VBR) Baccalaureate.Graduation revealed the arrival of the end of the journey for each Senior. We now leave AHS to those who will follow us. But the memories of the journey which were filled with happiness and sadness, laughter and tears, victories and defeat will be ours forever as we now begin a new journey: the Journey of Life.
Sarah HenleyThe Mountaineer Staff Says THANKS!
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Broad St. Ph. 593-8260
Boaz, AlabamaBROCK’S BILLIARD BUDDIES ’74
(MRS. HAGOOD'S HOMEROOM) L. to R., S. Smith, J. Bright. S. Burdett, M. Duckett. J. Gilliland, B. Garrett, D. Elmore, M. Eller, J. Cul-bert, M. Rowe, J. Slaton, R. Robinson, D. Latham, D. Childress, S. Farmer, G. George, D. Lokey, S. Smith, J. Mayo.
SAND MOUNTAIN VOLKSWAGEN INC.
It’s the Best
P.O. Box 754
Hwy. 431 Ph. 878-4390
Albertville, AlabamaREAL ESTATE ED NEELY INSURANCE
723 Broad Street • Guntersville, Alabama • Telephone 582-3914
Hwy. 431 Albertville, Ala.
Need a Home? CHECK WITH IDEAL
Wanta Save Money? Little or no down payment
IDEAL MOBILE HOMES
TWO LOCATIONS 3507 Rainbow Dr., Rainbow CitySEE YOU IN CHURCH
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Rev. R. E. Stephenson, P.O. Box 434
ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. Raymond, 134 First Street
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, 309 E. Main St.
Rev. Clinton M. Wood, 12 Sycamore Lane
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH,
201 Rose Rd., Rev. Q. P. Davis, 215 Lombardy St.
MT. VERNON BAPTIST CHURCH, Mt. Vernon Rd., Rev. J. W. Cole, Rt. No. 3 SOLITUDE BAPTIST CHURCH, Solitude Rd., Nelson E. Bullard, Rt. No. 6
SPONSORED BY THE ALBERTVILLE
INSURANCE FOR NON-DRINKERS ONLY
AUTO - CHURCH - HOME - LIFE
508 A Baltimore Avenue P.O. Box 661
Albertville, Alabama 35950
Bus: 878-6900 Res: 878-3480
JOE DUNN DODGE, INC.
North Broad St.
SOUTHSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH, Sims St.
Rev. Hoyt Hambrick, Rt. No. 3 CHURCH OF GOD. 606 Baltimore Ave.
Rev. O. N. Franks, 606 Baltimore Ave.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH, 206 Madison Ave. Rev. O. S. Gamble. 201 Glover St.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 501 College St., P.O. Box 37, Don Hubbard, Minister BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH, Rt. No. 5, Boaz, Rev. D. E. Latham, Rt. No. 5
N. D. DARDEN Mayor
John Gullahorn Lawyer Tommy Maddux Hinton Mitchem George Radford L. P. Maness Ralph Vaughn Mrs. Taft Secretary
CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMES WALL PAPER
TREWAX CARPET CLEANERS RENTED 412 Glover St.
MARSHALL DRIVE-IN THEATRE
The Finest In Entertainment
Old Guntersville Hwy. Ph. 878-0191
MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIO
Albertville Shopping Center Ph. 878-1301
224A. B. HOOPER Insurance Company
P.0. Box 216 Ph. 878-4351
Everything Is Beautiful
Except . . .
Your Clothing Store of Values
SPONSOR: Fellowship of Christian Athletes
DONALD SMITH MOTORS
Hwy- 431 Ph. 878-2651
226WHITE GIN COMPANY
407 South Broad Street
Albertville, AlabamaWAYNE POULTRY
MacDonald Avenue Ph. 878 3404
GRADY MOSLEY GARAGE
New Boaz Hwy Ph. 878 4186
Dr. Evans Kilpatrick Chrysler-Plymouth Dr. A. G. Long
Dr. Hughes Riveria Motel Dr. C. Martin
Elrod Shoes Dr. Beard Sand Mountain Reporter
Dr. Lavender Bonds-Tucker Clinic
Gullahorn Hare Dr. Clemons
Earl Smith Motors Dr. Shelton Appleton
228First Place Prize Winner in Earth Day
229 TOM’S PRODUCTS
V. L. MILLER
CANDIES Distributor PEANUTS
CHIPS VENDING MACHINES
401 Old East Martiing Road Albertville, Alabama Ph. 878-5021
C. B. AND COMPANY
“Sr. Class of ’72”
23018 Kids and a “pregnant” roller skate
Johnson Auto Parts
Hwy. 431 Ph. 878-3051
Dee Isbell Hardware Company
HARDWARE - IMPLEMENTS - G.E. APPLIANCES
P.O. Box 490
Ph. 8784311We would like
ROBERT O. JOHNSON
to take this space to thank ...
for the use of their warehouse during Coronation
Yearbook’s Official Photographer
Portraits by Appointment
Ph. 878-2561CONFUSION IN THE GYM
SR. CLASS OF . . .?
106 East Main Street Ph. 878-4531 Albertville, Alabama
WILKS TIRE AND BATTERY
HESTER BATTERIES FRONT END SERVICE
ASTRO-JET TIRES BRAKE SERVICE
North Broad Street Ph. 878-0211
233DARDEN COTTON COMPANY
P.O. Box 638 Ph. 878-0241
Broad Street Albertville, Alabama Ph. 878-9985
R. C. TODD WHOLESALE
1337 South Broad Ph. 878-0747
Albertville, AlabamaWatches - Gifts - Diamonds Phone 878-0521 ALBERTVILLE, ALABAMA
Paula Reaves, Cynthia Winkles, Debra Reynolds, Debbie Caldwell, Susan Roe, Lisa Stanfield
235Flying High but Feeling Low
Btm., L. to R.: D. Hammett, R. Shell, J. Corbin, J. Martin, B. Parrish, D. Webb, C. Jarvis. Mid., L. to R.: B. Grace, J. Harvey, D. Rice, D. Lowery, R. Thrasher, T. Davis. Top, L. to R.: W. Patterson, A. Spurlin, E. Johnson, M. Hodgens, G. Hanvey.
NEHI BOTTLING CO.
Woodall Real Estate and Ins.
"BEST WISHES TO AGGIES"
From Buck and Hootie
Professional Building Ph. 582-4351
Guntersville, Alabama WHITTEN’S PARTS AMISH
304 North Broad Street Albertville, Alabama Ph. 878-4381
Cite -Uillttgc tptirc 34ighhmg 43T Ftxvtik
Hwy. 431 South Guntersville, Alabama Ph. 582-2576
“ROUND THE MULBERRY TREE?”
J. Beam, H. Baker, R. Jones, L. Stanfield, B. Browning, S. Appleton, M. Biddle, J. Bell, D. Bible, A. Adams, R. Baker, J. Beard, P. Ashley, K. Bearden, C. Armstrong, I. Bently, F. Beasley, A. Baugh, J. Baird, Mr. McCollum.
237“E. T. Has a Trying Homeroom”
Senior Class of “ ’71”
116 North Broad Street
p AND J PHARMACY
YOUR DEPENDABLE DRUGGIST Albertville, Alabama
SAND MOUNTAIN BANK
Ph. 593-6017 MEMBER FDIC
Douglas and Horton, Alabama
238McKEE PRINTING CO.
TYPEWRITERS ADDING MACHINES PRINTING CALCULATORS
224 North Broad St. Ph. 878-3112
W. S. RODEN COMPANY
Albertville, Alabama113 West McCord Avenue
FOSSETT GLASS CO.
Dealer for Shat-R-Proof
New Guntersville Hwy.
'TOR ALL AMERICAN AND FOREIGN CARS AND TRUCKS
MRS. WEEKS’ HOMEROOM
We’re Training to Be Seniors
Hwy. 431 Ph. 878-4211
MARSHALL COUNTY OIL CO.
LL "ARCO PRODUCTS" 11
| N. L. GARRETT AND R. L. GARRETT Distributors
P.O. Box 564 Albertville, Ala. Ph. 878-2431
VAUGHN’S RECREATION CENTER
JERRY G. VAUGHN Manager £ EVINRUOE MOTORS GLENN A. VAUGHN Owner
Hwy. 431 S. Guntersville, Ala. Ph. 582-4821
241KIKER MOTOR SALES
WE SELL TO SELL AGAIN
Ph. 878-2121MEADOW GOLD
Serving Albertville Lunchrooms
COMPLETE LINE OF DAIRY PRODUCTS
R. E. BAIRD — Distributor
P.0. Box 723
318 Marti ing Road
THE FOOD BASKET
GAITHER SCHOOL OF HAIR FASHION
Sand Mt. Shopping Center Albertville, Ala. Ph- 878-6430. f 1 4 ! 1 ft d Tk5" _ _ . - a-“ •" tv V iJ i3n
a ' ....y'-1—7
Chester F. Raines
T" «" »V«( f iwti If gb HARTFORD INSURANCE
Insur tnoo. -for. . .
HOME - OSI NtLSS-AJUTO- M INEI- PIKE CASUAL I TV- ■BONP -Uf=E-ACCIt EMT'
2.10 Kl. Kf OA0
244CRIBBS TIRE SERVICE
409 E. Main
COACH JOLLEY’S FOLLIES “74”
FRONT ROW: L. to R.: M. Stewart. V. Culbert. N. Russell. V. Lyles, P. Rosson. SECOND ROW: L. to R.: P. Burroughs. J. Ferry, P. Aaron, G. Duckett, O. Baker, L. Bonds, S. Nelson, J. Metheny, A. Bright, S. McClearen. D. Mitchell, R. Stone, J. Jolley. THIRD ROW: L. to R.: T. Riley, J. Leslie, D. Masters. T. Bearden, S. McGee, T. Anderson, E. Payne, T. Godwin, R. Horton, T. Southerland, C. Hipp, J. Willmore.
245 THE ATTIC SHOP
UNUSUAL GIFT ITEMS
Antiques to Buy, Sell, or Trade
Hwy. 431 S. Albertville, Ala. Ph. 878-5286
DOBSON AND CO., INC.
CLOTHING FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY."
133 E. Main
246RALSTON PURINA COMPANY
Manufacturers Livestock and Poultry Chows
"SEE YOUR PURINA DEALER"
East Lake Road Ph. 582-3164
FIELD ENTERPRISES EDUCATIONAL CORPORATION
WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA CHILDCRAFT WORLD BOOK DICTIONARIES WORLD BOOK ATLAS CYCLO-TEACHER
WILLIE R. INGRAM Distributor
P.O. Box 723
AND DAVIS BROTHERS
119 W. Ober Ave. Albertville, Ala. Ph. 878-1531
"We're the Best Class There'll Ever Be.
HOMEROOM CLASS OF MRS. LEE”!Amalgamated
MEAT CUTTERS AND BUTCHER WORKMEN OF NORTH AMERICA AFL-CIO
BAXTER ROGERS Unit Vice-President
Hwy. 431 Ph. 878-1689
Local Union 405 Main St
RONALD SLOAN Sec.-Treasurer
Local Representative — BILL ATNIP Nashville, Tenn.ROSS-GRADEN LUMBER CO.
221 E. Main St. Ph. 878-1461
STATE FARM INSURANCE
STAT( FARM INSURANCI
208 W. Main St. Albertville, Ala. Ph. 878-3415
HEWETT REXALL DRUG CO.
South Broad St. Ph. 878-0641
Albertville, Ala.DAIRY QUEEN
"LIVE A LITTLE"
Hwy. 431 Ph. 878-4093
"THE WORKING MAN'S FRIEND"
1107 Baltimore Ave. Ph. 878-4896
Albertville, Ala. CHUCK’S SMOKE HOUSE
TO SUIT YOUR
1501 Dunlap Avenue Ifir Albertville, Ala.
MERLE NORMAN STUDIO
498 Broad Street Ph. 582-4541
252WHEN YOU FIRST THINK OF BANKING . . . THINK
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.
Accounts Insured Up to $20,000 MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
MRS. MIDDLEBROOK’S HOMEROOM
N. Gl8Ssco, F. Teague, L. Johnson, C. Davis, L. Lecroy, W. Hollis, L. Camp, D. Epps, J. Marks, C. Slaton, D. Anderson, D. Hutcheson, B. Corbin, J. Armour, L. Hubbard, C. Lester, T. Lemaster, J. Harris, S. Winfrey, P. Blackwell, B. Stephens, P. Peppers, B. Humphries, K. Hunt, T. Reaves, S. Towers, D. McClendon, C. Smith, M. Bentley.STANDARD OIL COMPANY
ED NESMITH Agent
218 N. Emmett St. Ph. 878 3141
saN - ANN SERVICE INC.
WHEN BETTER GASOLINE IS SOLD,
SAN-ANN WILL SELL IT.
Baltimore Ave. 878-9966
254DENHAM FEED MILLS
100 Carroll St. Ph. 878-3641
WHENINTHE MOOD FOR FINE FOOD
Hwy. 431 North Ph. 582-3187
SORTER NOBILE HOMES
THE BEST OF MOBILE HOMES
Whether You Rent or Buy, You Pay for the Home You Occupy
HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
Complete Line of Records, Tapes
115 W. Ober Ave. Ph. 878-6830
256 CHARLIE COX f)
OLDSMOBILE - PONTIAC VT J POXTIU
Hwy. 431 N. Albertville, Ala. Ph. 878-0992
209 South Broad Ph. 878-1514
Railroad Ave. Guntersville, Ala. Ph. 582-3451
ED MITCHELL AUTO SUPPLY CO.
217 North Broad St.
758DOUG MITCHELL GROCERIES
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
CLINTON M. WOOD - Pastor COLEMAN THOMPSON — Associate Pastor CHARLES WOODS — Minister of Music
309 East Main Ph. 878-2291
259ALBERTVILLE ROOFING SUPPLY
BUILT-UP SHINGLES AND WATERPROOFING INC. Ask About Our Conditional Guarantee and Bond
E. Main Ph. 878-1601 Albertville, Ala. Ph. 878-2751
Compliments of the
1701 Thomas Ave. ARKAY CO. Guntersville, Ala.
ALBERTVILLE NATIONAL BANK
MEMBER F.D.I.C. Albertville, Ala.ALLIED MILLS, INC
'MANUFACTURERS OF TOMORROW'S FEEDS TODAY"
FOR ALL LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY
Backed by Modern Research and Over 60 Years of Manufacturing Experience
East Lake Rd.
BEE-LINE • - • • •. r
EXPRESS • j(Z' A
Hwy. 75 North Albertville, Ala. Ph. 878-0941
P.O. Box 667
DIXIE POULTRY SUPPLY CO.
BEST WISHES AND
HARDIEST CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
SENIOR CLASS OF ’71FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
263BEST WISHES TO SENIORS OF ’71!”
LORCH’S DIAMOND SHOP
Main Street Albertville, Ala. Ph. 878-5500
264ED JONES Lay Bldg.
"WE'RE THE BEST CLASS THERE IS ALIVE,
SENIOR CLASS OF “75!”Congratulations
the Senior Class
THE ARROW COMPANY
Hwy. 431 S. Ph. 878-1202
316Vi Martling Rd. Ph. 878-2675
Albertville, Ala.APPLETON’S OF ALBERTVILLE, INC.
— Decorating Service —
FURNITURE - ACCESSORIES - DRAPERIES - CARPETING
Hwy.431 Ph. 878-1621
THE CLOTH SHOP
2080 Dunlap Ave. Guntersville, Ala.
DR. PEPPER COMPANY
THE FRIENDLY "PEPPER UPPER" THAT NEVER LETS YOU DOWN!
Old Albertville Hwy. Ph. 593-3111
267RALPH COLLINS FORD
SAND MOUNTAIN BEST SORGHUM Made by V. T. COBB
HwV-431 Ph. 593-6770
COC' )LA BOTTLING COMPANY
KG V. S PAT OM
Hwy.431 Ph. 878-3351
Albertville, Ala.Kx I
105 W. Main St.
210 W. Main St.
Ph. 878-3761PIGGLY WIGGLY
212 Broad St. Ph. 878-4721
ADAM’S BROWN SERVICE
Hwy. 431 FUNERAL HOME Ph. 878-0231
WE FEATURE COLONEL SANDER'S OWN SECRET RECIPE OF KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN
Hwy. 431 Ph. 593-3331
Textile Ave. Ph. 878-4401
132 E. Main St.
O.K. RUBBER WELDERS
Nationally 11 Guaranteed
"If it rolls and has size, we have it."
RECAPPING - REPAIRING NEW AND USED TIRES
North Broad St. Ph. 878-0681 Albertville, Ala.
271 FAITHWAY FEED CO., INC.
1701 Thomas Ave. Guntersville, Ala. Ph. 582-5646
KUT KURL BEAUTY SALON
705 Miller St. Albertville, Ala. Ph. 878-5931
DEE ISBELL HARDWARE CO.
HARDWARE - IMPLEMENTS - G.E. APPLIANCES
P.0.490 Ph. 878-4311
STATE NATIONAL BANK
One of Many Good Banks Serving N. Alabama
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
300 W. Main Ph. 878-5700
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