Albertville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Albertville, AL)

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Mountaineer Albertville High School Albertville, Alabama Editors Melinda Calhoun Rhonda Thompson Sponsor Catherine BrasherTable of Contents Opening.....................................4 Seniors....................................17 Juniors....................................33 Sophomores.................................47 Freshmen...................................61 Faculty....................................75 Features...................................87 Athletics ................................129 Student Life .............................167 Advertising...............................227 3513Adair. Donna Alldredge. Joe Allen. Dewayne Archer, Kandy Armstrong. Lisa Barclift. Chris Baugh. Randy Beam. Kathy Beck. Andy Beck. Jeff Benson. Gina Boatwright. Michelle Bodine. Glenose Boen. Michael Boen. Tommy Bouldin. Charles Bolding. Kathy Bolding. Tommy Bonds. Renee Bradley, Donald we’ve shared 16Will linger on Bradley. Ronald Bright. Bo Brothers, David Brown. Brenda Brown. Robert Bryant. Brad Buckelew, Matt Burgess. Beth Burgess. Connie Burgess. Lisa Buchannon, Jerry Burke. Allana Cahill. Shannon Cain. Cheryl Cain. Denise 17Calhoun, Melinda Camp. Marilyn Carr, Phillip Carter, Steven Carver, Diana Caudle. Diane Chamblee, Judy Cherry, Tommy Childress. Joel Coby. Mitch Collins, Renea Corbin, Jana Cordell. Tim Crogt. Dee Dee Culbert, Connie Culp. Paul 18With each passing day. Davis, Donna Dean. Max Denham, Ann Dingier. Tammy Duke, Jeff Duvall, David Duvall. Leigh Duvall. Tim Edwards, Cindy Elliot. Kelly Elmore. Connie Elrod. Mitch Engle. Terry Farmer, Kelly 19Fergusion. Melanie Files. Scott Touching our hearts Foreman. Mike Frazier. Mark Cable. Allen Garett. Jeff Garrett. David Garrett, Tim Gilbreath. Stan Gipson. David Gipson. Marty Goodman. Michael Guillebeau, Michael Hall. Greg Hall. Mia Ham. Brad Hambrick. Richard Harper. Ronnie 20With reflections of the friends we have made Hawkins, Cindy Haynie, Tom Hill. Keith Hilley. Lisa Hix. Dale Hix. Diane Holsonback. Ryan Holstead. Kathy Horton. Charlene lenkins. Tim Jester. Randy lohnson, Janice Johnson. Mark Johnson. Melodie 21 VRemembering the good times we’ve had Kirby. Jerolyn Kirby. Leasha Kirkland. Jeff Knight. Rodney Lambert. Debra Landers. Rli .abeth 22Lang. Steve Lang. Susan Lankford. James Lesslcy. Beth Lindsey. fane, Locklear. David Lovelady. Robin Lowery. Dale Lowery. Lisa Lowman, Kent Malone. Cindy Malone. Rhonda Manley. Mike Martin. Alice Massey, Shannon Masters. Faynisha 23Matthews, Sonya Mayfield. Greg Mayhall. Chris Maynard. Mitzi McCaffery. Dewayne McCain. Lee McCauley. Charlene McClendon. Cynthia McClendon. )udi McCullars, Jeff McClendon. Mitchell McDaniel. David McKinney. Penny McLeod. Karen Miller. Christy The pleasure of one’s company Masters. Joey Masters. Tonya Matthews. Paul 24Morgan. Denise Moman. Karen Murphree. Blake Murray. Teresa Musick. Monica Neerman. Melinda Nelson. Beth Nelson. Tommy Nobis. Leschen Painter. Lisa Pate. Lori Patterson. Leesa The feelings of love we all gave Minor. Cinda Minor. Wayne Mitchell. David Mitchell. Shan— The future holds more dreams to be shared Pearce. Renae Peppers. Barry Phillips. Myra Pledger. Gene Poe. Barbara Poe. Mark Powell. Don Powell. Tonya Powers. |ohn Powers. Johnathan Rains Mark Rains. Patty Rankin. Robin Reeves. Christy 26Old friends we hang on to Rives. Cynthia Roberson. Phyllis Roberts. )anet Rodgers. Thomas Roe. Lisa Roe. Terry Rowell. Lisa Kay Segars. Carla Segars. Cindy Sheets. Sue Shell. Jeff Simpson. Jeff Sims. |an Slaton. Salena 27Old dreams we never forget Smith. Eric Smith. James Smith. Keith Smith. Leslie Smith. Martina Smith. Mary Lisa Smith. Teresa Snelling, Michael Spurlin. Carla Spratling, Margaret Spicer. Ricky Stephens. Debbie Stephens. Teresa Stephens. Vicky Stokes. Carla Stone. Tom 28Good times are never left behind Senioritis (se-nyer-i-tis), n.-a physical and-or mental state that It: nffects aM twelfth grade students Of 11IOI lllo and usually occurs between the months of April and June. Symptons include laziness, forgetfulness, lateness, sleepiness, and happiness. Stracener. Lola Strange. Larry Swearenger. Sherry Swords. Yvonne Talley. Paige. Tarvin. Tim Taylor. Carol Taylor. Gwen Taylor. Lonnie Teague. Gertrude Thach. Tamara Thomas. Bill Thomas. Lenore Thomas. Tammy Thompson. Rhonda Thornbury. Dee Tidmore. Martha Tidwell. Tony 29Todd. james Tolbert. lana Townson. Carol Todd. Cindy Traylor Doreithia Tucker. Douk Turner. Randy Upton. David This we all share Upton. Tod Vansandt. Sheri Wagnon. Chris Waldrop. Deanna Waldrop. Vance Wallace. David Walls. Tony Warren. Marie 30In the happiness of memories ... Williams, Carol Williams. Kelly Williams. Robert Williams, Sharon Willmore. Greg Wilson. Debbie Wynn. Tami Windsor. Mike Yancey. Kathy Young. Denise Young. Kerri Young. Patrick 31Seniors look back . .. before moving on 321980 officers lead the way OFFICERS: Standing: Renona Ellis. Treasurer: Jan Baker. Secretary: Jamie McKee. President. Sitting: Donna Pierce. V.-President: Jim Parker. Parliamentarian. Alexander. Wonda Allen. Denise Bailey. Mitch Bains. Bunny Baker. Ann Baker. Frank Baker. Jan Barksdale. Renee Bearden. Charlie Bearden. Chuck 34Beasley. Renea Beck. Tammy Bell. Jimmy Bell. Mitch Benson. Randall Berry. Ed Biddle. Rhonda Blackmon. Karen Bolten. Francis Bopp. Mitch Brown. Cynthia Brown. Joselyn Brown, joye Buckelew. Billy Cagle. Denise Cahill. Sonya Camron. Delana Campbell. John Paul Canada. Susan Cannady. Maurice Cannady. Teresa Canterbury. Cynthia Carr. Melodie Cartee. Rusty Carver. Bobby The Junior class is great! 35Striving to be best Chandler. Jeff Chandler, Phillip Chastain. Susan Childress. Karen Childress. Shelia Clines. )on Cofield. Lisa Coker. Lou Cook. Jeff Cornelius. Debbie Cox. Deonna Crews, Chris Curry. Kathy Darden. Kit Davidson. Evelyn Davis. Stephanie 36At everything we do Dean. Amy Dunn. Donna Dunn. Sherry East. Mike Eaton. Keta Edwards, Sandra Ellis. Renona Engle. Deleatha Evans. Mari Beth Fricks. Mary Floyd. Jonn Franks. Randy Freeman. Robin 37“Bursting” with pride Freeman. Scott Gaither. Shawn Callaway. Keith Gardner. Kelvin Gable. Linda Garrison, Beth Gautney. Bcnita Gautney, Myron Gentry. Janet Goggans. Gina Goodman. Mike Gore. Joy Gray. Donice 38And class spirit Guinn. Melanie Hall. Vanessa Hanson. Mike Hanvey, Marsha Hanvey. Mary Hard. Martha Harden. Glenn Hawkins. David Henry. Sarah Henry. William Hiisman. Susan Holcomb. Linda Hollis. Dennis Honea. Tracy Hope. Kim Howard. Terry Isbell. Jeff Jackson. Melva Johnson. Clay Jones. Gwen Jones. Sheila Justice. Robin Kaple. Cindy Kaylor, Dan Kirby. David 39A special year Lambert. Donna Land. Buster Lang. Marsha (singly. Laura Leeth. Blake Lowery. Kim Lusk. Joy Lyles. Ricky Martin. Dedra Martin. Selina Massey. Sydney Masters. Lena Mayfield. Debbie McCaffery. Miranda McClendon. Lizabeth McClendon. Nancy McConnell. Sandra 40Getting into shape? McCrary. Christine McCreless. Linda McCrickard, Kathleen McDaniel. Lisa McElrath. Tammy McKee. Jamie McLeod. Alan Millican. Penny Mitchell. JeffJuniors are looking up Mitchell. Melinda Mitchell. Steve Moazen, Barbara Moon. Dawn Moore. Chris Moore. John Morrow, Cindy Mozley. Robbie Neely. Sandra NeSmith. Paul Nix. Richard Nobis. Richard Oliver. Bennett 42To the future Orr. James Otinger. Brenda Parker, Jim Partridge, Connie Patterson. Vicki Pearce, Keith Perry, Terry Pierce. Carson Pierce. Donna Pierce. Shane Ponder. Chris Ponder, Clint Powell. Lisa Prickett. Teresa Pruitt. Dan Rains, Scott Rampe, Selina Ray. Randy Reagan. Danny Reed, Janet Reeves, Brent Reynolds. Lisa Rice. Melissa Richards. Karen Richards. Sherry 43Shell. Terry Simpson. Pat Sloan. Tom Smith. Brad Smith. Donna Smith. Gene Smith. Jeff Smith. Lisa Smith. Randell Sorter. Tundra Richardson. Pat Richey. Cheri Segars. Christy Shell. Debbie Shell. Mike Attendants enjoy the honorJuniors add life to A.H.S. Stanford. William Stanley. Sue Ellen Stone. Terri Stone. Tim Sutton. Annette Taylor. Beth Taylor. Chris Thomas. Michelle Thompson. Donna Todd. Ken Townson. David Townson. Gene Trusell. Paul Turner. Jerry Varnell. Rudy Waldrop. Sharon Wallace. Mike Ward. Lisa Warren. Bret Webb. Cindy Webb. David Webb. Lisa Whisenant. Wayne White. Susan Whitehead. Ricky 45Through it all, juniors have it together Whitten. Jason Wilkes. Rebecca W'illiams. David Williams. Grace Williams. Jeff Williams. Jim Williamson. Gary Willis. Debbie Wilson. Cameron Woodruff. Tara Woods. Alan Worsham. David Yancy. Bridget Young. Danny Young. Ken 46 SOPHOMOR0JMoving up in the world 1980 class officers Treasurer: Kim Shadinger. Parliamentarian: Glennis Primm. V.-President: Tara Thompson. Secretary: Ellen Glas-sco. President: Tim Kennamer Abney. Johnny Adams. Leanna Allen. Denise Allen. Leslie Allen. Mike Anason. Regina Ambcrson. Phillip Armstrong. Roger Arnold. Paula Ashley. MichaelAskins. Jonathon Bain, Paula Baker, Gary Baker, Joey Baker. Ken Baldwin. Steven Barkley. Greg Baugh. Lanny Beam. Karen Beard. Debra Beard. Sandra Beard. Shannon Bearden. Stephen Beddingfield. Brian Belue. Angel Belue, Terri Benefield. David Benefield. Steven Benefield. Tina Berard. Dana Blackmon. Brad Boen, Allan Bouldin. Bill Breedwell. Donna Britton, Billy And reaching for the stars 49Sophomores work hard to achieve success Brooks. Jimmy Brown. Ben Brown. Penny Bryant. Jeff Bryant. Kenneth Burbanks. Byron Burgess. Steven Bunn. Randy Cain. Earl Callahan. Jim Camp. Debra Campbell. Kelly Campbell. Teresa Carmack. Bonnie Carmack. Brenda Carter. Jonathon Centers. Charles 50Champion. Lori Champion. Ronald Chaney. Tyra Childress. R. J. Clark. Maria Cleveland. Charlotte Coby. Tammy Coe. Bert Cofield. Jeff Collett, Phillip Conquest. Brad Cooper. Darryl Cordell. Antonia Cox. Daryl Coy. Dorothy Craft, fames Cryar. Jan Danials. Laura Danials. Ricky Davidson. Kim Davis. Ben Davis. Jenny Dean. Janice Diveny. Brenda Dorsett, Beverly 51 In a world full of challengesNothing dampens sophomore spirit Dorsett. John Paul Drain. Tammy Duckett. Scott Duckett. Tommy Duffie, Ernie Duke. Anna Dunn. John Eaton. Denise Edmondson. Cindy England. Rodney Engle. Denise Engleman. Noel Ennis. Becky Ennis. Sharon Epperson. David Eubanks. Debbie Ferguson. Randy Fleming. Lori Fletcher. James 52Foreman. David Gable. }enny Galloway. Tyler Garmon. Bruce Gilbert. Kim Gipson. April Glassco. Ellen Goodman. Tim Grogan. Don Hall. Aletha Hammons. Cindy Harbin. Barry Hardman. Shawnee Hardy. Nancy Harris. Joey Harris. Vanessa Havis. Anthony Hayes. Steve Haymon. Terry Head. Curt Hearn. Michael Hendon. Bert Henley. Kim Herrington. Lynne Hicks. Michelle 53 We come shining throughSophomores are stepping out! Hill. Jeff Hilley. Ladon Holderfield. Bobby Holiday, Gene Holland. Jeff Hood. Leigh Howard. Tracy Hunt. Danny lames. Keith Jarmon, Tim Jenkins. Pam Johnson. Bobby Johnson. Freddie Johnson. Kenneth Jones. Mark Jones. Melanie Jones. Paul Jordan. Gina Justice. Ronald Karr. Pam Kaye. Danny Kelly. Mirian Kennemer. Tim King. Leslie Knighten. Ruth 54Lang. Brad Lang. Mike Lang. Susan Lee. Brian Leslie. Dora Lindsey. Kim Long. Lori Lowery. Stephen Luther. Brenda MacBrayer. Jill Maddox. Laura Malone. Selina Mann. Scott Maroney. Roger Marshall. Jeff Martin. Rickey Massey. Richard Masters. Jason Masters, johnny Masters. Ray Mayes. Lori Mayhall. Shannon McBrayer. Doug McCaffery. Lynne McClendon. Kelly We’re gaining ground 55Sophomores stick together McClure. Mary McCoy. Landon McCory. Pam MaCullars. Cindy McDanial. Dina McQuire. Sherry Millican. Jimmy Milner. Marianne Minor. James Minor. Paula Mitchell. David Mitchell, Lela Moman. Phillip Moman. Tim Morgan. Marsha Myers, Vanessa Narveson. Sarah Nelson. Vickie Newsome. Jeff Oliver. Gary Oliver. Michelle Orr. John Ortez, Teresa Pair. Greg Patterson. Kim 56Pell. Brenda Peppers. Regina Perkins. David Poe. Sandra Powers. Tena Prickett, Melissa Primm. Clennis Pursell, Donna Rains. Charlie Rainswater. Deon Ramos, Cindy Ray. Glenn Reeves. Donna Riddle, Renee Rino, Rhonda Rice. Susan Richards. Jeff Rives. James Robinson. LisaRobinson. Wade Roe. Jana Roebuck. Shane Sampson. Don Sampson. Tammy Scott. Alan Selvage. Craig Shadinger. Kim Shaver, Georgeanne Shaw. Donny Shell. Greg Shell. Randy Shell. Terry Silas. Jimmy Silo. Pam Skaggs. Kim 58Slaton. Marsha Smith. Bret Smith. David Smith, Dewayne Smith. Lisa Smith. Pam Snellings, Barry Spicer. Sheila Spurgeon. Jonathon Stephens. Shane Stephens. Sherry Stripling. Jeff Summers. Leann Swatek, Sara Lee Taft. Gay Taylor. John Terrell. David Terrell. Thomas Thomas. John Thomas. Terry Thompson. Tara Thomspon, Tina Tidwell. Marty Towers. David Traylor. Dewayne With fun and enthusiasm 59Uplon. Tina Vaughn. Debbie Veal. Kim Walker. Ray Walters. Bobby Weaver. Leah Webb. Jeff Webb. Jerry Webb. Kathy Wehrwein, Gary Whisenaut. Clint Whitley. Alan Williams, Jeff Williams. Joe Williams. Sue Wilson. Greg Wright. Tony Woodham. Mary Woods. Luanne Yao. Shawn Making our dreams Truitt. David come true Tnd",p“ 60 Freshmen start a new leadership Freshmen Class Officers: Gina Gordon — President. Chuck Ellis — Vice-President. Randy Bodine — Secretary. Debbie Shockly — Treasurer.In the beginning Alexander. Ellen Allen. Danny Anderson. Shane Anderton, Clenton Appleton. Karen Armstrong. Donna Armstrong. Kathy Bailey. Eric Baker. Tracy Banks. Kathy Barksdale. Scott Baugh. Penny Bearden. Dana Beasley. Cathy Beck. John Paul Beck. Tina Bell. Wade Benefield. Randy Blackmon. LeeAnn Bobo. Jana Bodine. Randy Bolding. Maudie Bradley. Tommy Branham. Keith Branham. Marylan Bright. Tammy Brown. Burnett 63A new spirit is started Brown, Kirk Brown, Pam Brown, Paul Browning, Freddy Bruton. Lisa Bryant. Beth Bunch. Karen Burgess. Chris Burgess. Chuck Burgess. Ronald Cain. Tony Campbell. Patricia Carter, Linda Chambers. Martain 64 Chamblee. Kenneth Chandler. JeffGo get’em freshmen! Childress. Cindy Clayton. Michael Cleaveland. Sharon Clines. Jeff Cobb. DeAnna Cofield. Philip Colquitt. Sandy Compton. Clint Compton. Deborah Compton. Mark Connally. Kim Cooper. Melissa Corbin. Susan Cordell. Keith Cornelius. Kim Croft. Jace Currie. Scott Dalrymple. Joey Dardan. Norman Davis. Allison Davis. Ronnie 65Davidson. Travis Dipetro. Mike Dogelte. Randle Doyle. Michael Dunn. Gary East. Mark Eddy. Selina Eller. Cherry Ellis. Chuck Ennis, Kim Epperson. Melissa Farmer. David Ferguson. Julie Femnel. James Finlay. Trey Formby. Fonda Franklin. Tammy Fricks. Sherry Fuller. Marquila Cable. Steven Gaither. Michelle Garmon. Stacy Garner. Kris Garret. Tammy Gentry. Mike Gilliand. Rica Gordon. Gina Working to achieve 66Floating in with 2nd! Grey. Jeff Griggs. Juanita Grindle. James Grogan. Steve Gunnells. Carmen Haiges. Marian Hall. Kermit Ham. Connie Ham. Tammy Hambrick. Roslyn Hamon. Pam Hampton. Tonys Hanson. Kevin Harbison. Lisa Hardin. Rhoda Hardin. Tina Harris. Nena Harris. Pam Harris. Patsy Hawkins. Lisa Heard. Chris Heaton. Paula Henry. Annette Herrell. Sheila 67Smilin’ brightens the day Higgins. Tammy Hollis. Lee Ann Hopper. Angela Hopper. Mark Jackson. Paul Jenkins. Paul Johnston. Vickie Jolley. David Jones. Tim Jordon. Angie Kaple. Kirk King. John David King. Susan Kirby. Tina Lacey. Kydall Lang. Chris 68Freshmen work for perfection Lang. Kay Ledbetter. Toby Lemley. George Lowery. Patricia Lowery. Shane Lyles. Eddie Mann. Kim Mashburn. Mryna Massey. Kim Mastin. David Matthews. Jimmy Mayes. Robert McClaren. Mark McClendon. Lee Ann McCoy. Carrie McCurdy. Mark McCrary. Jerome McElrath. Leigh McElrath. Kay- 69This is the first year McElrath, Tammy McIntyre. Todd McKee. Scott McLead. Belinda Miller, Dana Miller. Jeff Minor. Kirk Minor. Paul Monday. Janet Morgan. Danny Morgan. Darrel Morgan. Donny Morgan. Lisa Morrow. Kevin Morton. Neal Motley. Shane Murdock. David Neely. Elizabeth Nelms. Chad Nelson. Robbie NeSmith, Kerry Newsome. Karen Oden. Lisa Ogle. Dewayne wmm 70Of a long journey Ogle, Lorri Osborne, Pam Parker, Scott Patterson. Regina Pearce. Carrie Perry, Randal Perry. Talma Lee Phillips. Patricia Pierce. Dawn Pope. Rodney Powell. Trey Powers. Marla Prickett, Terri Pruit, Teresa Putman. Mitchell Qugly. Scott Rae. Jeff Reaves. Cynthia Rice. Mike Rice. Scotty Riddle. Lisa Rives. Debbie Roden. Robin Rogers. Fred ia 71Get a piece of the action Rhodarmer. Keith Rollins. Terry Ross. Mike Ross. Philip Scott. Mary Lynn Segars. Sherry Shell. Paul Shelton. Debra Shockly. Debbie Silas. Roger Simons. Kenny Slaton. Bret Slaton. Keith Smith. Celeste Smith. Joe Smith. Phyllis Smith. Tonya Snow. Rodney Soper. Michelle Southern. Keith Sparks. Donna Spurgeon. Cherry Spurlin. Connie Stanfield. Lee Stanford. Angie Stanley. Jerry Statham. Jon 72You’ve got a long way to go, baby Staton. Cindy Stephens. Sandra Stevens. Barney Stevens. Lisa Stone. Danny Styke. Doug Sweitzer. jim Tabor. Roger Taylor. Billy Joe Taylor. Todd Terrell. Connie Thacker. Connie Thompson. Joey Tidmore. Larry Todd. John Tyson. Sonia Upton. Joe Varnell. Ramona Vaughn. Rhonda Vaught. Tammy Vines. Lee Wadsworth. Joyce Waits. Rodney Walden. Arlene 731095 days until graduation Walden. Connie Waldrop. Bryan Waldrop. Jeffrey Waldrop. Stephanie Walker. Scott Walker. Stacy Warden. Bill Wells. Chuck White. Lisa White. Thomas Whitehead. Anthony Whitehead. Richard Whitemire. Dallery Wilder. Dorisa Wilkes. Deborah Williams. Mike Williams. Pam Williamson. Brian Wilson. Shaun Wilson. Zena Winkles. Jeff Witcraft. Roy Wolford. Phillip Wooten. Jody Young. Amanda 4 s 6 7 g 11 «2 13 14 is 19 20 21 22 2 26 27 28 29 74Administration Principal Arthur Baugh Mr. Baugh has been a vital part of the advancement of education in Albertville. Constant improvement is his goal. Although main emphasis is placed on the quality of education, other attributes such as good sportsmanship and spirit are advocated by the administration. 76Assistant Principal Tommy Lacks Mr. Lacks is involved in many phases of Albertville High School. He handles disciplinary and attendance cases. He is present at all school events and assists whenever possible. Mr. Lacks encourages the student to be his best at all school activities. He participates in the shaping of the student's mind and character. Mr. Lacks is indeed a contribution to education at Albertville High School. 77Guidance Counselors and Office Staff Charles Amason. Guidance Counselor Melba Mitchell. Secretary 7879James Cooper English Shirley Corbin Home Economics Sue Couch English John Duke History 80lames Jolley Malh t i Wilena Little Business Office Education -» Gay Martin English -V ncn ,una LLLUSKAItS WITH QUIET RESTRA Zu Proclamation CVII , _ 4.------Jo Ann Moore Physical Education Linda Mitchell Math Mickey Moore Physical Education Colonel Norman Propes ROTC Nona Proctor English Vicki Reed Science 83Jane Smith Librarian Patricia Smith Audio Visual Director Raymond Sparks Algebra George Thorne History Cathy Teal Spanish Patricia Thompson History 84Ruth Weeks English Joyce Vasser English Vernon Wells Economics Clyde Montgomery Security Mary Buchan Wells Teacher’s Aid Robert Vonder Osten Psychology Clenda Wooten Special Education Brenda Whitley Lounge SupervisorCustodians. L. to R.: Ed McCrcless. Viola Anderson. Phyllis Sampson. Carolyn Dunn. Danny Lacey. Lunchroom Staff and Custodians Lunchroom Staff. L. to R.: Woodrow Duncan. Peggy Shell. Ellowayne Dingier. Pauline Self, lean McMurtrey.1979 Homi Jan Baker Jamie McKee Leanna Adams Debbie £ Glennis Lisa Hi ecoming Court hockley i Primm irbison Kerri Young Kathy Beam Alice Martin Homecoming Queen 89Harvest Hop is big success Homecoming was indeed a success as Albertville triumphed over Gadsden after a week of exciting festivities. The Juniors presented the after-game Harvest Hop featuring Renegade. 90Senior 3 Jeff Beck Beth Nelson Mike Foreman Personalities Carol Taylor Melinda Calhoun Stan Gilbreath Lisa Hilley Tom Stone 93 Junior Personalities Joy Gore Jim Temple Melody Carr Ken Young Mike I l.inson Alan Wood Robin Freeman Lesa Bryant Tom Sloan Cameron Wilson Mari Beth Evans Susan ChastainSophomore Personalities Angel Belue Leslie King Tommy Duckett Karen Beam Kelly Campbell Kim Gilbert Jeff Bryant Darrell Cooper Jenny Davis Earnie Duffey 95Freshman Personalities Lisa Oden Randy Bodine Chuck Ellis Connie Thacker Susan Corbin Trey Finlay Carrie Pearce Not Pictured: Scotty Rice“The times of your life” 97Riverstreet entertains at prom The Junior Class worked hard to make Prom '80 a big success. “Riverstreet provided the entertainment following the reading of the last will and testament. Everyone had a great time. As the Jr.-Sr. Prom drew to a close, only beautiful memories of an exciting evening remained, making it one of the "times of your life!” 98Junior Class Pres. Jamie McKee escorted by James Reed Mary Woodham escorted by Senior class pres. Phil Carr 99We got by 100With a little help from our friends 101Coronation Night 1980 Master of Ceremonies Paul Culp 1. to r.: Jennifer Thorne. Queen’s sceptor; Bret Smith. King's crown; Kristi Killian. Queen’s crown; Callie Denhan. Queen's flowers; and Brandon Hodges. King’s sceptor. 102 A.H.S. Principal Arthur Baugh Coronation sponsor Catherine BrasherGreg Wilson accepts Sophomores’ first place trophy. Chairpersons Rhonda Thompson. Melinda CalhounA.H.S. crowns 104New King and Queen 105Sophomores capture first with Charlie Brown The lovable yet sympathy-evoking Charlie Brown captured the hearts of the Coronation audience as he traveled to Fantasy Island in an attempt to win friends and a baseball game. Charlie had a championship victory almost in his hands when he awoke to find it was all a dream. But was it really a dream? At any rate, the little red-haired girl saved the day for him by giving him his first kiss. 106Junior class takes second The Junior Class took the second place prize in the skit competition, with their presentation of "Dennis the Menace: Date With a Real Dream.” Dennis dreamed that he was a contestant on the Dating Game. When he met the girl of his dreams, it was Margaret. At discovering this Dennis was apprehensive about the date. His reluctance was ignored and he had to escort Margaret to Grauman's Chinese Theater. After this, he carried her roller-disco-ing. At the end of the date. Margaret shocked Dennis by trying to get a goodnight kiss. The shock woke Dennis, and he realized it was just a dream (or nightmare!). DENMiS THE - . JACI 107Seniors “feel a draft” in third place Third place honors went to the Senior Class for its adaptation of a popular comic strip to a lighthearted view of the hostage crisis and the Afghan invasion. Thus, Archie, Jughead, and the gang were nabbed by the Selective Service in "Archie's Gang Gets Drafted,” making a sudden transition from civilian to military life via the induction center and its caustic proprietors. The Archie skit used light sarcasm to illustrate some of the flaws of government, but concluded with the song “God Bless America” and a feeling of patriotism. 108Freshmen present “Smith vs. Smith” Conflicts of the marriage kind formed the motif for the Freshman skit, “Smith vs. Smith.” Lovveezy, after winning a hog-calling contest, was able at last to leave the drudgery of Hootin' Holler for the bright lights of Chicago. Her illusions about the glanour of city life were soon shattered, however, as she discovered that Snuffy preferred the company of sophisticated city girls to the homely companionship of his wife. The skit ended with a heart-warning reconciliation, as Snuffy discovered the true value of his home and family. 109Senior Favorites no Senior Beauty, Kerri Young Favorite, Mike Windsor Leesa Patterson, Bo Bright Renee Bonds, Brad BryantKathy Beam, David GipsonDareitha Traylor, Greg Wilmore1980 A.H.S. Queen — Beth Lessley1980 A.H.S. King — Phillip CarrJunior Favorites Martha Hard, John Moore 116 Donna Pierce, Chris Ponder Ann Baker, Clint PonderRenona Ellis, Jim Parker Jamie McKee, Buster Land Sophomore Beauty, Melonie Jones Favorite, Brad Lang 117Princess — Alice Martin Kingsman — David Mitchell 120 Leanna Adams, David Benefield Glennis Primm, Joey Baker121 Miriam Kelley, Tyler GallowayFreshman Beauty Sophomore Beauty Debbie Shockley Melonie JonesJunior Beauty Tan Baker Senior Beauty Kerri Young124 Lisa Harbison, Randy Benefield125 Kay Lang, Keith Rhodarmer Beth Bryant, Scott BarksdaleCoronation Shannon Massey Mary Lisa Smith Connie Elmore Mike Windsor Kerri Young Steve Hayes Charlotte Cleveland Alice Martin Lees a Patterson Bo Bright Beth Lessley Sara Lee Swatek Shannon Mayhall Sheila Childress Chris Moore Tod Upton Gina Benson Scott Barksdale Beth Bryant Tracy Honea Sherry Richards Bennett Oliver )an Baker joey Baker Glennis Primm David Gipson Kathy Beam 126Court 1980 Clint Ponder Chris Ponder David Mitchell Ann Baker Donna Pierce Brad Bryant Brad Lang Greg Wilson Renee Bonds Melonie Jones Tara Thompson Doug Styke Gina Gordon Buster Land Debbie Shockley Jody Wooten Jamie McKee Tyler Galloway Renona Ellis Greg Wilmore Keith Smith )im Parker Dareitha Traylor Miriam Kelley Leanna Adams Phillip Can- Keith Rhodarmer David Benefield Randy Benefield Kay Lang Jeff Kirkland Lisa Harbison John Moore Denise Young Martha Hard Ricky King Carla Segars 127128A little bit of everythingMilitary Ball held at State Park The Military Ball took place on Friday, May 16. After being greeted by the receiving line, everyone enjoyed the dinner laid before them. Alice Martin was crowned Queen of the Military Ball by last year’s Queen Beth Lessley. Mitzi Maynard was 1st runner-up and Connie Elmore was 2nd runner-up. The evening came to a close with the lead out of Senior cadets and their dates. 130■r ' 131King Completes pass. All County: T. Jenkins, B. Oliver, J. Beck 132 Aggies show determination Aug. 30 Fort Payne Sept. 7 Arab Sept. 14 Talladega Sept. 21 Boaz Sept. 28 Oxford Oct. 12 Anniston Oct. 19 Emma Sansom Oct. 26 Gadsden Nov. 2 Etowah Nov. 9 Guntersville Wells shows Whitten and Mayhall the play.Clines tries for the pass. Cherry escapes without trouble. Whitten escapes with the ball. Johnson has control of ball. Aggies keep the ball moving 134Senior Football Members Bottom L. to R.: R. King. D. Gipson. D. Bradley. R. Bradley, T. Jenkins. Top L. to R.: T. Cherry, P. Carr. T. Haynie, S. Massey. G. Wilmore, C. Mayhall. J. Beck. D. Duvall. 135Varsity Football Squad 1980 First Row L. to R.: D. Benefield. G. Wilmore. G. Wilmore, J. Whitten. T. Moman, J. Thomas. T. Cherry. S. Mayhall. M. Parker. S. Mitchell. J. Clines. Second Row L. to R.: P. Carr, C. Mayhall. P. Jones. D. Whisenant. B. Oliver. B. Conquest. T. Haynie. J. Beck. R. Bradley. T. Powell. J. Perkins. Third Row: J. Moore. D. Towers, D. Bradley. G. Smith. S. Massey, J. Bryant. C. Johnson. E. Duffy. D. Cooper. K. Lowman. T. Jenkins. D. Gipson.Varsity Basketball 1980 The 79-80’ season is now over, with the help and patience of the coach, and the effort and team work of the boys, we had a great season. This year Albertville High School Basketball Team has four of its members graduating. 138Tim Cordell Ronnie Harper Keith Hill Tim Tarvin Chris Moore Tom Sloan 139140Etowah Won Guntersville Lost Arab Lost Scottsboro Lost Boaz Won Albertville X-mas Tournament Guntersville X-mas Tournament Douglas Won Guntersville Lost Gadsden Won Arab Won Boaz Won Grissom Lost Gadsden Lost Etowah Won Marshall County Tournament Grissom Lost Scottsboro Won Oxford Won Douglas Won Area Tournament 143Girls’ Basketball takes charge!!! The Lady Aggies ended up with a 15-5 season coached by Coach Jimmy Cooper. This is his first year as coach in which he led them to a County Championship and a very successful season. The high point of the season was the 34-32 win over Arab to win the title “Marshall County Champs." M4Bottom L. to R.: B. Bryant. S. Hilsman, J. Baker. M. Clark. Back L. to R.: Coach Cooper. R. Ellis. C. Segars. R. Roden. K. Darden. S. Wilson. L. Reynolds, A. Baer, and S. Jones. WE THEY Lee 31 53 D.A.R. 36 31 Guntersville 29 17 Arab 27 44 Scottsboro 39 54 Boaz 21 16 Etowah 37 26 Douglas 30 14 Guntersville 38 21 Gadsden 35 30 Arab 34 26 Etowah 60 50 Gadsden 43 38 Scottsboro 44 39 Douglas 39 22 D.A.R. 36 16 Arab 34 32 Oxford 48 40 145Jr. High Basketball Bottom L. to R.: L. Vines. D. Vansandt. J. Wooten. B. Taylor. N. Darden. B. Brown. C. Ellis. Top L. to R.: C. Ellis. Caoch Stevens. J. Smith. K. Cordell. K. Southern, K. Minor, C. Wells. D. Styke, C. Burgess. Jr. High Football 148 Bottom L. to R.: P. Gipson. B. Stevens. K. Minor. V. Nelms. J. Rice. G. McCrary. D. Sparks. J. Mashburn. M. Compton. B. Powell. R. Compton. 2nd L. to R.: M. Gentay. F. Hilsman. J. Ogle. T. Powell. S. Quigles. J. Thomas. C. Wells. J. Clines. S. Stokes. 3rd L. to R.: J. Thompson. T. Jones, D. Stone. B. Williamson. P. Jenkins. R. Duvall. J. Waldrop. J. Millican. M. Williams. T. Ledbetter. P. Minor. L. Stanfield B. Jones. 4th L. to R.: Coach Alexiou. Coach Champion. D. Pair. R. Whitehead. B. Higgins. C. Compton. R. Benefield. M. Clayton.B-Team Basketball Etowah Guntersville Arab Scottsboro Boaz Albertville X mas Tournament Guntersville X mas Tournament Douglas Guntersville Gadsden Arab Boaz Grissom Gadsden Etowah Marshall County Tournament Grissom Scottsboro Oxford Douglas Area Tournament Bottom L. to R.: S. Roebuck. J. Baker. W. McCrary. P. Jones, T. Calloway. S. Hayes. Top L to R.: J. Brooks. E. Duffy. G. Wilson. D. Cooper. B. Brown. L Baugh. Jones goes up for a shot. 149Varsity Cheerleaders 150Senior Cheerleaders last lime together. Announcement of The 1979-80 Albertville High School Cheerleaders. Cheerleaders lead the parade in style. Cheerleaders show style. Jr. Varsity CheerleadersGirls’Volleyball1980 Aggie Baseball Team Bottom L. to R.: J. Askins, B. Ham. C. Ponder. B. Smith. A. Scott. D. Rainwater. C. Ponder. C. Moore. Top L. to R.: Coach Stevens. B. Oliver. J. Parker, J. Whitten. L. Baugh. M. Foreman. D. Cooper. R. Nobis. Guntersville Scottsboro Arab Sardis Etowah Guntersville Emma Sansom Susan Moore Etowah Gadsden Arab Boaz Emma Sansom Gadsden Boaz Scottsboro Sardis Susan Moore Marshall County Tournament Northern Region 15 Pitchers: D. Rainwater, C. Ponder. L. Baugh. J. Askins. B. Oliver. M. Foreman. Out Fielders: B. Smith. B. Ham. L. Baugh. C. Moore. J. Parker. R. Nobis.). Clines. 155Boys’ Track Team Bottom L. to R.: Coach Thome. R. King.. M. Hart. E. Duffey. T. Moman. J. Hearn. W. McCrary. S. Mitchell. S. Cahill R Turner Top L to R • D Gipson. P. Carr, J. Moore. S. Mann. M. Tidwell. R. Harper. D. Benefield. C. Johnson. S. Mayhall. G. Wilson. J. Clines. J. Thomas. B. Lang. 156King wins again for the Aggies!! Scottsboro Guntersville D.A.R., Cleveland, Gasden, Etowah, Scottsboro Boaz Region 10 Guntersville Section, Oxford County, Guntersville State, Montgomery 157158Girls’ Track Team Bottom L. to R.: Coach Moore. A. Gipson. C. Pierce. L. Roberson. C. Spurgeon. M. Phillips. D. Moon. S. Davis. J. Eubanks. C. Spurgen. Top L. to R.: Masters, C. McCrary. D. Jolley, T. Pruitt. W. Griggs. T. J. Thach, M. Hicks, A. Walden. S. Williams. C. Terrel. V. Stephens. N. Eaton. P. Rains. S. Wilson. J. Fergason. 159Phillips starts things off with a bang. Susan Moore Douglas Scottsboro Guntersville Boaz Region 10 Guntersville Section, Oxford County, Guntersville State, Montgomery 160Girls’ Tennis Bottom L. to R.: Coach Millican. K. Campbell. M. Clark. S. Davis. M. Lang. Top L. to R.: J. Davis. M. Evans. D. Cagle. S. Lang. D. Wilson. All County: Mary Beth Evans Guntersville Boaz Arab D.A.R. Boaz Scottsboro Guntersville D.A.R. Scottsboro Arab Arab County Tourney Sectional TourneyBoys’ Tennis Bottom L. to R.: Webb, S. Foreman. M. Coby. Top L. to R.: Coach Denham, S. Wright, B. Smith. G. Mayfield. B. Warden. Gadsden Guntersville Boaz Arab D.A.R. Boaz Scottsboro Guntersville D.A.R. Scottsboro Arab County Tourney Sectional Tourney Mayfield gets into the swing of things.Wrestling Team First Row L to R.: C. Centers. J. Masters. C. Narveson. J. Beck. T. Honea. D. Mitchell. T. Wright. J. Temple. J. P. Beck. Back Row L. to R.: L. King. G. Pair. B. Slaton. B. Blackmon, E. Smith. C. Barclay. P. Moman. D. Cox, J. Masters. A. Whittly. A. Temple.Scottsboro Fort Payne Arab Southside Walter Welborn Anniston Fort Payne Guntersville Arab Gadsden Oxford Guntersville WE THEY 48 18 39 26 38 29 26 26 41 24 43 18 37 24 42 27 42 24 59 9 42 21 38 29 164Rifle Team Scottsboro — Lee Boaz — Grissom Athens — Sparkman Brewer — Athens Johnson — Huntsville Boaz — Lee Grissom Sparkman — Scottsboro Albertville Rifle team ended the year with the most successful season ever! They had 18 wins and no losses and gained the title of North Alabama Rifle League. This was the Third consecutive year the team went undefeated in their league for a present record of 58 wins and no losses. The league consists of 10 schools in North Alabama organizied under N. A.R. Rules. Left to Right R. Cartee. T. Shell. D. Smith. T. Jarman. K. Gardner. A. Hall. 165Golf Team 166168Editors work is never done 169Junior Section: Editor: Brent Reeves. Grace Williams. Faculty: Robin Rankin. f- - .rf.f,f.f f f - 1980 Annual Staff: 1st Row: Sherry Stevens. Jenny Davis. Annette Sutton. Mary Woodam. Debbie Wilson. Mari Evans. Susan White. Don Powell. Brent Reeves. Trey Finlay. Bunny Bains. Grace Williams. 2nd Row: Kelly Campbell. Karen Bunch, Tammy Coby, Jana Corgin, Robin Rankin. Jana Tolbert. Connie Culburt. Lisa Kay Rowell. Tara Thompson. Karen Appleton. Rhonda Thompson. Melinda Calhoun, Carol Taylor, Leigh Duvall. Debbie Willis. Michelle Boatwright. Vanissa Harris. 170Advertising. Top Left. Left to Right: Editor — Annette Sutton. Tammy Coby. Connie Culburt. Mary Woodam. Freshman Section, left to right: Karen Appleton. Editor — Tara Thompson. Karen Bunch, Jenny Davis. Business Manager: Carol Taylor.Senior Section: Left to Right: Leigh Duvall. Kelly Campbell. Sherri Stevens. Sophomore Section: Editor — Debbie Willis. Student Life: Left to Right: Vanessa Harris. Susan White. Editor — Michelle Boatwright. Bunny Bains. 172Don Powell Sports: Left to Right: Trey Finlay. Jana Corbin. Editor — Annual staffers do it with croppers and grease pencils Features: Left to Right: Jana Tolbert. Editor — Mari Evans. Lisa Rowell. Debbie Wilson. 173A.H.S. Jazz band and 1980 Rock-a-Thon 1st Row: P. Arnold. K Williams. K. McCrickard. M. Musick. K. Shadinger. L. Armstrong. T. Murry. D. Traylor. A. Martain. C. Segars. 2nd Row: S. Mitchell. T. Bolding. B. Walters. P. Jackson. M. Cannady. T. Honea. J. Campbell. J. Childress. 3rd Row: D. Smith. D. Powell. J. Williams. S. Rains. T Thomas. R Bryant. J. Alldredge. B. Land. 174Band picnic is a success Band Queen Carla Segars Band King Tony Tidwell f t 1 Band Kin ?. Tony Tidwell; Most Valuable Marching Member; Scoot Rains; Outstanding Bandsman. Ranae Collions; Most Valuable Symphonic Member. Kandy Archer; Best Rookie. Beth Bryant; Outstanding Bandsman. Jerolyn Kirby; Outstanding Bandsman. Connie Burgess; Band Queen. Carla Segars: Outstanding Bandsman. Joe Alldrege; Best Concert Member. Tommy Boldin. 175Aggie Band marches on! The Aggie Marching Band has had a full-year of triumphs. The band had all superior ratings at Mid-South Marching Festival and Hoover Invitational. They also won the Parade of Champions at Gadsden, the Krewe of Mid-City Parade and the Kewe of Argus Parade at New Orleans. Over all, the band has had an exciting and challenging year with the help and guidance of Mr. Goss and Mr. Killian. M. Musick. Drum Majorette 176greatest BAND l MAROIGRAS . £iv0 Sr. Band Members: 1st Row: K. Holstad. C. Burgess.T. Stephens. T. Powell. D. Davis. C. Miller. L Painter. R. Collins. L Smith. T Wynn. L. Armstrong. B. Burgess. 2nd Row: M Music. D. Traylor. C. F.lmore. T. Smith. R. Lovelady. P. McKinney. K. Archer. S. Sheets. L. Rowe, L. Pate. D. Wells. T. Murray. C. Segars. B. Nelson. L. Patterson. M. Smith. 3rd Row: D Powell. M. Dean. T. Bouldin. T. Tidwell. |. Alldrcdgc. Section Leaders: Kneeling: S. Rains. D. Cagle. D. Powell. B. Wallers. Standing: K. Archer. K McCrickard. T. Powell. M. Cannady. R. Collins. L. Patterson. |. Alldredge. R. Lovelady. 177Rifles: S. Stanley. L Armstrong. K. Ilolstad. T. Powell — Head. 3WW5?»''■'6 gcy vr- • • S. P. Arnold. B. Burgess. C. Miller. D. Davis. L. Painter. R Collins — Head. T. Stevens. L. Smith. T Wynn. C. Burgess. B Garrison. S. White. A Dean. L. Fleming. | Dean. C. Richey. D. Martin. G. Perry. C Morrow. 178Majoret t GS! 1st Row: M. Carr. R Ellis. 2nd Row: S. Gaither. T. Smith. B. Nelson. L Patterson — Head. C. Elmore —Co. Head. L. Rowe.Flutes: Top Row: T. Haymon. C. Thackrr. L McClendon. D. Miller. P. Haymon. D. Whitmire. L Mitchell. M Gaither. Bottom Row: E Alexander. R Hambrick. R. Lovelady. D Traylor. M Evans Clarinets: 1st Row: S. Chastain. D. Ogle. L Long. K. Archer. D Armstrong. L. Carter. K. Swords. 2nd Row: B. McCIcod. T. WeUs. P. Brown. P. Campbell. S. Sheets. 4th Row. L. McClendon. S. Colquitt. T. Ham. P. McKinney. M. Powers. P. Harris Smith. T. Perry. M Mashburn. L. Blackmon. 3rd Row: C. Canterberry. D. 180i Saxophones: 1st Row: K. McCrickard. 2nd Row: C. Smith. T. McIntyre. B. Diviney. 3rd Row: T. Prickett. C. Cordon. M. lohnson. J.Kirby. L. Pate. D. Powell. B. Bryant. L. Champion All-State: D. Cagle. S. Rams. |. Campbell.). Kirby. Tru m pets: 1st Row: C. Ellis.I- Sweilzer. 2nd Row: P. Wafford. K. NeSmith. P. lackson. T. Thomas. R. Armstrong. P. Prater. K. Morrow. J. Minor. P. Shell. 3rd Row: C. Taft. M. Milner. C Webb. |. McBrayer. L. Mood. T. Murray.). Alldrcdgc. C. Segars. R. Peppers. K. Webb. D. Cagle. P. Karr. V. Harris. 181Tubas: [). Sampson. K. MacGuire. B. Wallers. C. Wells. LXVILLE, MIG.. senior class of Trombones: 1st Row: M. Oliver. M. East. R Witcraft. E. Lyles. D. Cox. 2nd Row: T. Bouldin. K. Southern.) Campbell. S Rains. B. Bouldin. T Tidwell. | Williams. 182Percussion: N. Bohannon. R. Riddle. B. Burbanks. K. Lindsey. T. Baker. Standing: N. Kngelman. |. Askins. M. Doyle. M. Cannady. M. Dean. G. Wehrwein. J. Gentry GREATEST BAND l qiXif V MUM CiRAS c , NEW ORn s1980 Aggie Marching Band 1st Row: S. Goss, Dir. R. Killian. Dir. 2nd Row: M. Carr. Maj. T. Smith, Maj. B. Nelson, Maj. L. Patterson. Maj. 3rd Row: T. Powell, Rifle E. Alexander, Fit. D. Wells. Clar. L. Carter, Clar. K. Swords, Clar. D. Whitmire. Fit. 4th Row: C Holstad, Rifle E. McClendon, Clar. C Canterberry, Clar. P. Campbell, Clar. R. Lovelady, Fit K. Archer, Clar. . L Blacknon, Clar. L. Ogle, Clar. L McClendon, Fit. P. Haymon, Fit. B.McCleod. Clar. T. Smith, Clar. T. Perry Clar. 5th Row: T. Wynn, Flag R. Armstrong, Trpt P. Prater, Trpt. J. McBrayer, Trpt. C. Sega re. Trpt. L. Hood, Trpt. R. Peppers, Trpt. S. Chastain. Clar. S. Colquitt, Clar. P. Harris, Clar. 6th Row: L. Smith, Flag J. Campbell. Trom. M. East, Trom. D. Cox, Trom. R. Wit era ft. Trom. T. Boldin, Trom M. Oliver, Bari. T. Ham, Clar. G. Taft, Trpt. J. Alldredge, Trpt. C. Thacker, Fit. K. Morrow, Trpt. K. Webb. Trpt. 7th Row: C. Burgess, Flag S. White, Flag B. Burbanks, Perc. N. Bohannon, Perc. T. Baker. Perc. M. Doyle, Perc. M. Cannady, Perc. M. Dean, Perc. K. NeSmith, Trpt. D. Cagle, Trpt. T. Honea, Guitar 8th Row: C. Morrow. Flag C Wells, Tuba T. Perry, Flag B. Garrison, Flag D. Smith, Guitar B. Burgess, Flag J. Dean, Flag K. MacGuire, Trpt. L. Framing, Flag 184The Greatest Band in Dixie! 1st Row: M. Musick, Drum Maj. C. Elmore, Co-Hd. Maj. R. Ellis, Maj. L. Rowe, Maj. S. Gaither, Maj. 2nd Row: T. Haymon, Fit. P. McKinney, Clar. S. Sheets, Clar. L. Pate, Tenor Sax. M. Evans, Piccolo S. Stanley, Rifle 3rd Row: M. Powers, Clar. M. Mashburn, Clar. D. Armstrong, Clar. L Long, Clar. P. Brown, Clar. D. Miller. Fit. C Smith, Sax. T. McIntyre, Sax. L Armstrong, Rifle 4th Row: B. Divirey, Sax. D. Taylor, Fit. E. Lyles, Trom. J. Williams, Trom. T. Murray, Trom. D. Powell, Sax. K. McCrickard, Sax. J. Askins, Perc. P. Shell, Trpt. N. Engelman, Perc. G. Wehrein, Prec. S. Rains, Trom. G Richey, Flag D. Marlin, Flag 7th Row: T. Stevens, Flag T. Tidwell, Bart. P. Arnold, Flag G. Jones, Flag D. Sampson, Flag A. Daen, Flag G Miller. Flag B. Walters, Tuba D. Davis, Flag L. Mitchell, Fit. G Webb. Trpt. J. Gentry, Perc. K. Lindsey, Perc. M. Gaither, Fit. R. Riddle, Perc. L. Champion, Sax. G. Gordon, Sax. B. Bryant, Sax. R. Hambrick, Fit. 5th Row: P. Wofford, Trpt J. Sweitzer, Trpt. C. Ellis, Trpt. V. Harris, Trpt. J. Minnor, Trpt. T. Thomas. Trpt. P. Jackson. Trpt P. Karr, Trpt. M. Milner, Trpt. R. Collins, Flag 6th Row: K. Southern, Trom. B. Boulden, Trom.N.C.O. Club 1st Row: B. Couquest. 2nd Row: L. McCoy. M. Garcia. C. Centers. N. Engel-man. 3rd Row: T. Shell. B. Harben. J. Floyd. S. Benifield. 4th Row: J. Williams. D. Bearen. R. Bunn. J. Flecther. 5th Row: J. Marshall. Sponsors 1st Row: A. Martin: 2nd Row: K. McCrickard. C. Elmore. S. Gaither. M. Calhoun. M. Maynard. B. Lessley. 3rd Row: J. McKee. A. Dean. S. Stanley. D. Gray. M. Hard. C. McCauley. Instructors Col. Prupes. Sgt. Gunter. Sgt. Bonds. Cadet Officers 1st Row: S. Mitchell. S. Kaple. J. McCullars. M. Shell. 2nd Row: C. VVagnon, T. Garrett. C. Taylor. J. Buchannon. J. Mitchell. 3rd Row: M. Baily. W. Henry. N. Thompson. R. Smith. 4th Row: R. Cartee. D. McClendon. C. Edwards, K. Todd. L. McCain. K. Gardner. 187Battalion Staff 1st Row: S. Mitchell. 2nd Row: C. Wag-non. T. Garrett. C. Taylor. S. Kaple. D. McClendon. 3rd Row: B. Conquest. Color Guard J. Matthews. A. Whitley. J. Shaver. W. Robinson. R. Walker. Orienteering Team 1st Row: S. Mitchell. S. Kapel. J. McCullars. 2nd Row: M. Baily. T. Garrett. W. Henry, N. Thompson. J. Dunn. 188A Company Headquarters 1st Row: M. Maynard. B. Thomas. C. Parker. 2nd Row: W. Minor. J. Floyd. 1st Platoon —31st Row: C. Elmore. W. Minor. 2nd Row: M. Garcia. R. McElrath. ]. Striplin. B. Golden. 3rd Row: L. McCoy, P. Tucker. C. Whisenant. J. Taylor. 4th Row: P. Collect. R. Pope. B. Snellings. J. Wrinkles. 5th Row: C. Centers. 2nd Platoon 1st Row: S. Stanley. J. Orr. 2nd Row: P. Brown. J. Smith. B. Garmon. 3rd Row: S. Spicer. T. Bradley. D. Sparks. G. Dunn. 4th Row: R. Shell. D. Terrel. T. White. 5th Row: B. Baker. 189B Company Headquarters 1st Row: M. Calhoun. M. Shell. M. MCCurdy. 2nd Row: J. Buchanan. N. Engelman. 1st Platoon 1st Row: C. McCauley. R. Smith. 2nd Row: S. Beard. J. Craft. R. Burgess. R. Masters. 3rd Row: R. Bryant. J. Carter. |. Statham. 4th Row: J. Williams. S. Benefield. S. Yao. R. Massey. 2nd Platoon 1st Row: J. McKee. |. Mitchell. 2nd Row: D. Bearden. B. Mitchell. M. Gentry. 3rd Row: C. Edwards. M. McClearen. K. Slaton. 4th Row: C. Head. 190C Company Headquarters 1st Row: B. Lessely. J. McCullars. J. Thompson. 2nd Row: N. Thompson. A. Hail. 1st Platoon 1st Row: D. Gray. L. McCain. 2nd Row: D. Berard. J. Miller. W. Bell. 3rd Row: R. Bunn. T. Simpson. K. Kaple. 4th Row: B. Harbin. J. Fletcher. M. Dipietro. J. Marshall. 2nd Platoon 1st Row: M. Hard. K. Todd. 2nd Row: G. Oliver. D. Murdock. C. Burgess. 3rd Row: M. Ross. C. Burgess. M. Clayton. 4th Row: D. Grogan. D. Kennedy. J. Dal-rymple. S. Edwards. 191D Company Headquarters 1st Row: S. Gaither. W. Henry. C. Snyder. 2nd Row: M. Bailey. D. Smith. 1st Platoon —31st Row: A. Dean. R. Cartee. 2nd Row: C. Selvage. R. Maroney. J. Williams. 3rd Row: B. Beddingield. B. Lee. G. McErath. 4th Row: D. Cox. R. Champion. J. Orr. S. Gable. 5th Row: T. Jar-mon. 2nd Platoon 1st Row: K. McCrikard. K. Gardner. 2nd Row: N. Morton. C. Royston. R. Silas. R. Smalley. 3rd Row: J. Dunn. K. Willison. D. Shelton. M. Boulding. 4th Row: M. Lang. P. Ross. S. Baldwin. T. Beck. 5th Row: T. Shell. 192Drill Team 1st Row: S. Edwards. J. Marshall. 2nd Row-: G. Shavers. D. Beard. B. Baker. M. Garcia. 3rd Row: D. Bearden. C. Parker. J. Thompson. G. Dunn. 4th Row: J. William. T. Bradly. R. McCrath. Drum and Bugle Corps1980 A.H.S. Scholars’ Bowl Team: Standing — P. Culp. M. Coby. M. Buckelew. Seated — C. Taylor. 194 1980 Scholars’ Bowl Team The 1980 AHS Scholars’ Bowl Team was composed of four Seniors and two Juniors. The Senior Members participated in the annual Snead Scholars' Bowl, Placing second. They also placed third in the John C. Calhoun Bowl. At the conclusion of the competition, the 1980 team hosted an in-school Scholars’ Bowl. Sponsor: C. Amason.A.H.S. Scholars’ Bowl Teachers 1st Place: P. Thompson, V. Reed. L. Mabrey, J. Garner. Junior Division 1st Place: P. Jackson. N. Darden. S. Parker. L. Blackmon. Senior Division 1st Place: B. Bains. B. Reeves. M. Evans, D. Willis. 195stuaent council is great!” And a great year it was. The officers attended summer camp at Montevallo and came back excited and ready to make the year the very best. The Student Council entertained teachers with a coffee and donut breakfast before school started. At the pep rally of the first home football game they sold football programs and gave away prizes. They also sponsored a disco dance after a home football game. One of the main events of the Student Council was Homecoming which was a great success. They also held a Blood Drive collecting over 200 pints of blood. Student Council Representatives and alternates were Secret Pal's to teachers and administration which topped off an exciting and challenging year. President: Brad Ham Vice President: Oonice Gray Ml B AfwCT1st Row: B. Davis. J. Stanley. K. Gilbert. S. Svvatek. L. Maddux. C. Taylor. M. Woodham. L. Bryant. D. Pierce. L. Hilley. M. Lang. D. Willis. B. Bryant. K. Darden. D. Wilkes. D. Gray, T. Cannady. 2nd Row: N. Darden. B. Bains. D. Mastin. R. Varnell. J. Gore. M. Jones. S. Richards. S. Narveson. S. Mitchell. B. Ham. S. Chastain. A. Sutton. J. McKee. C. Edmaondson. 3rd Row: Sponsor E. Hudgens. J. Sweitzer. P. Carr. B. Murphree. S. Parker. V. Johnson. L. Blackmon. T. McIntyre. J. Askins. K. Campbell. C. Elmore. M. Smtih. B. Lessley. K. McElrath. M. Warren. K. Beam, C. Thacker. G. Gordon. K. Shadinger. Secretary: Teresa Cannady Treasurer: Cindy Edmondson OK Devil’s Advocate DEVIL’S ADVOCATE, the school newspaper, strives to promote scholastic journalism and to give high school journalists an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of reporting, layout, editorial, and business management. Students are encouraged to gather, evaluate, interpret, and present significant information objectively. They learn the fundamentals of journalistic technique necessary to work on student publications. 1st Row: Sponsor G. Martin, R. Rankin. M. Milner. T. Howard. T. Finley. S. McConnell. B. Taylor. 2nd Row: V. Harris. P. Talley. S. Narveson. T. McIntyre. J. Callahan. R. Biddle. M. Poe. R. Whitehead. J. Askins. Wind Sketches WIND SKETCHES, the school’s literary magazine, serves as a showcase for original art. photography, prose, and poetry by students. Begun in 1978, the WIND SKETCHES has won state recognition and provides both Albertville High School students and the winners of the Snead State Junior College Poetry Contest an opportunity to see their creative writing published. 1st Row: S. Slaton. K. Archer. D. Wilson. R. Rankin. C. West. R. Biddle. S. Narveson. 2nd Row: Sponsor G. Martin. S. McConnell. P. Talley. L. Champion. N. Hardy. B. Bains. T. Cannady. M. Poe. W. Robinson. 1981st Row: R. Rankin. Pres.; A. Baker, Treas.; S. Corbin. Rec. Ldr.; 2nd Row: B. Nelson. Rec. Ldr.: B. Poe. Rptr.; M. Lang. Pari.; M. Maynard. Sec.; L. Harrbson. Dvtl. Ldr.; P. Talley. V.-Pres.; K. Campbell. Hist. F.H.A. The Albertville chapter of Future Homemakers of American participated in many activities in the 1979-1980 school year. The Angel Tree was a major project. Christmas presents were brought and distributed to needy children in Marshall County. Cookbooks consisting of the favorite recipes of Home Economics teachers were soM by F.H.A. members. Guest speakers were featured in several monthly meetings. 1st Row: R. Rankin. P. Talley. P. Richerson, S. Slaton. M. Lang, R. Pierce. D. Young, j. Corbin. K. McLead. M. Phillips. B. Poe. M. Warren. 2nd Row: M. Maynard. M. Spratling. C. Miller, J. Brown. S. Brown. S. Slaton. C. Bownannin. L. Patterson. R. Beasley. B. Nelson. C. Burns. L. Smith. S. Rampey. A. Baker. C. Segars. D. Shell. 1st Row: M. Haiges. S. Cleveland. L. Harrison. K. Lang. M. Clark. J. Dean. S. Fricks. K. Mayers. M. Lang. S. Corbin. M. Reeves. L. Hayes. A. Epperson. A. Henry. 2nd Row: S. Tyson. C. Staton. S. Stevens. K. Campbess. G. Jordan. L. Long. C. Ramas. L. Summers. K. McClendon. P. Harris. S. Harrell. T. Garrett. A. Stanford. M. Scott. 199National Honor Society The Senior National Honor Society is based on the four qualities of character, service, leadership, and scholarship. The club also sponsors a resident from Marshall County at the Lurleen B. Wallace Developmental Center. Sealed: S. Mitchell. Pres.; Standing: C. Burgess. Sec.; L. Thomas. Pari.; K. Beam. V.-Pres.; K. Moman. Treas. 1st Row: J. Alldredge. J. Beck. B. Ham. M. Windsor. L. Thomas. S. Mitchell. D. McDaniel. K. Moman. K. Lovvman. 2nd Row: M. Boatwright. R. Rankin. P. Talley. C. Taylor. J. Roberts. M. Ferguson. F. Masters. C. Rives. L. Painter. R. Collins. D. Stephens. 3rd Row: M. Musick. M. Warren. J. Kirby. C. West. K. Beam. C. Burgess. B Poe. S. Williams. K. Bolding, C. Segars. T. Dingier. D. Wilson. L. Armstrong, K. Archer. D. Gipson. Sponsor: J. Vassar. 2001st Row: M. Soper. V. Johnston, L. Ogle. G. Gordon. B. Bryant. K. Massey. L. McClendon. K. Appleton. K. Bunch. P. Phillips. 2nd Row: J. Bobo. D. Armstrong. S. Wilson. D. Rives. C. McCoy. K. McElrath. D. Wilder. L. McElrath. F. Formby. L. Blackmon. C. Thacker. 3rd Row: N. Darden. T. McIntyre. K. NeSmith, D. Masters. S. Parker. S. Carman, K. Southern, S. Barksdale. 4th Row: S. McKee, S. Rice. K. Rhodarmar, K. Hanson. D. Bodine. C. Ellis. C. Minor. Sponsor. P. Thompson. Junior National Honor Society The Junior National Honor Society is a club sponsored of only Freshmen. The club stressed scholarship with each member maintaining a 90 average. The members also focused on qualities of character, citizenship, and service. Mrs. Thompson was the sponsor of this years’ club. Bottom Row: B. Bryant — Treas.. L. McClendon — Pari.. G. Cordon — V.-Pres. Top Row: C. Thacker — Pres.. S. Parker — Sec. 201Mu Alpha Theta Mu Alpha Theta is a national honor math society for high school and Junior College students. A "B” average must be maintained in advanced math courses in order to be eligible for membership. This year the club placed second in the Marshall County Math Tournament held at Snead College. The top scorer was Matt Buckelew, a member of Albertville’s Mu Alpha Theta. ls( Row: M. Boatwright. Pres.; F. Masters. Vice-Prcs.; S Mitchell See 2nd Row: D. McDaniel. Treas. f 202C. Rives. Chap.; F. Masters. V.-Pres.; J. Alldredge. Sec.; J. Roberts. Treas.; L. Kirby. Pres. Science Club The Science Club sponsors a yearly science fair in which students participate by working on projects dealing with the physical or biological sciences, mathematical, or engineering. This year a research paper contest was also held with students presenting papers on the above topics. At Christmas a party was given for 15 underpriviledged children from our area. Over A.E.A. the club visited the Space Museum and Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville. This spring the club went on an all day hike and on an afternoon picnic. To close out the year Dr. Johnson, a chemistry professor was one of the guests speakers this year. The year was quite a challenge. 1st Row: I. Altdredge. Sponsor— I- Mitlican, L. Kirby. C. Rives, F. Masters. J. Roberts, C. Narveson. 2nd Row: S. Kaple. A. Sutton, S. McConnell. D. Willis, W. Henry, M. Bailey. B. Leeth. 203lsl Row: G. Smith. J. Whitten. J. Parker. D. Johnson. S. One. A. Gipson. L. Cox. Sponsor — J. Ellis. 2nd Row: M. Smith. D. Powell. J. Williams. C. Elmore. R. Thompson. D. Cagle. R. Ellis. D. Wilson. T. Prickett. 3rd Row: T. Thompson. J. Davis. A. Dean. D. Gray. S. Stanley. S. Harveson. J. Gentry. S. White. 4th Row: N. Hardy. E. Arnold. B Diviney. C. Edmondson. J. Roe. K. Shell. E. Smith. |. Floyd. N. Engelman. 5th Row: D. Reeves. L. Champion. N. Hanvey. T. Beck. M. Hanvey. D. McDaniel. M. Clark. E. Ship, G. Taft. 6th Row: D. Traylor. W. Robinson. L. Hilley. T. Wright. J. Darter. D. Freeman. J. Callahan. 7th Row: D. Benefield. B. Blackman. B. Garrison. T. Wynn. L. Smith. T. Stevens. D. Coddle. 8th Row: K. Harris. C. Ponder. T. Sloan. G. Pledger. B. Murphree. S.A.E. The Students in Action for Education underwent many projects this year. Under the guidance of Mrs. Berry and Mrs. Ellis and the leadership of Brad Ham. the club collected toys for deprived children at Christmas. gathered boxes of food for the needy at Thanksgiving and hosted two District meetings. The S.A.E. members also taught one full day this year. S.A.E. has had one of the most successful year in the club’s history and anticipates another in the upcoming year. 2041st Row: Sponsor: J. Berry. R. Peppers. S. Moore. C. Bearden. D. Willis. D. McDaniel. T. Smith. D. Hawkins. J. Askins. E. Smith. I. Tlobert. K. Hill. 2nd Row: L. Hood. G. Bodine. B. Bains. M. Boatwright. S. White. M. Evans. K. Darden. T. Stone. L. Masters. M. Woodam. T. Howard. T. Coby 3rd row S Cahill. S. Davis. C. Richey. R. Pate. L. Fleming. T. Drain. C. Stokes. L. Mayers. C. Clevland. 4th Row: K. Head. G. Mayfield. B. Bright. B. Ham. G. Wilmore. M. Winsor. T. Canady. S. Richards. M. Carr. M. Fricks. 5th Row: C. West. S. Gilbreath. T. Nelson. B. Lessley. G Elmore. J. Laurel. E. McClendon S McConnell. G. Williams. B. Taylor. 6th Row: L. Lowery. L. Duvall. R. Goodman. L. Rowell. V. Stone. V. Harris. K McKricard. S. Gaither. S. Mitchell. 7th Row: M. Camp. C. Culbert, J. Roberts. L. Stracner. L. Kirby. C. Rives. F. Masters. S. Lang. C. Segars. 8th Row: B. Bryant. R. Bonds. M. Kelly. L. Maddox. K. Gilbert. E. Glasco. B. Warren. 205Interact Since its establishment by the Albertville Rotary Club in 1975, The Interact Club has dedicated its energy to community service and International understanding. Club projects during 1979-1980 have raised money for many different organizations throughout Alabama. Notable speakers, such as Dr. Kenneth Wilson. Superintendent of Education, and Mrs. Brenda Garrett, Field Services Director for the Alabama School for the Blind and Deaf were featured at Club meetings. Interact is also an Explorer Post, and many members enjoyed show skiing at Mentone and Gatlinburg. Interact President Marie Warren also served as Explorer District Secretary. A trip to the District Interact Conference in Tuscaloosa closed out the busy year. 1st Row: B. Lessley. Treas.; M. Woodham. Pari.: T. Sloan, V.-Pres.; C. Elmore. Sec.: M. Warren. Pres. 1st Row: G. Benson. S. Davis. K. Bunch, K. Appleton. T. Thompson. K. Shadinger. M. Kelly, L. Maddox. K. Campbell. E. Smith. 2nd Row: M. Evans. B Garrison. L. Reynolds. D. Gray. M. Hard. L. Harbison. D. Traylor. Sponsor — J. Adams. 3rd Row: C. Thacker. D. Traylor. D. Cooper. C. Pierce. S. Hayes. T Haynie. T. Howard. T. Coby. 4th Row: K. Massey, L. Oden. M. Haiges. T. Wynn. S. Smith. M. Warren. B. Lessley. D. Mitchell. C. Elmore. I). Gipson. 5th Row: T. Finlay. N. Hardy. C. Reeves, C. F.dmonsdson. T. Canady. D. McDaniel. D. Hawkins. G. Wilmore, I. Askins. 6th Row: R. Thompson. B. Ham. G. Williams, B. Bains, J. Roberts, L. Kirby. D. Willis. 7th Row: L. McCrendon. B. Bryant. B. Bright. M. Calhoun, D. Powell. J. Williams. T. Dingier, L. Nobis. Bth Row: D. Allen. D. Pierce, j. McKee. S. Childress, M. Allen, C. Johnson. K. Head. S. Narveson. J. Whitten. S. Yao. T. Wright. N. Engelman. L. Hilley. D. Foreman. 206M.Jones. Trcas.; R. Ellis. Sec.; M. Smith. Pres.; C. Segars. V.-Pres. Jr. Civitans Junior Civitan is a service club for young people. Its purposes are to practice citizenship, to promote high standards of scholarship, athletics, and conduct in the school, to support good government, to development leadership, to serve the school and community. Civitans should strive to follow the Golden Rule in daily living. One goal of this club is to help retarded children both by working with them individually and raising money to aid them. 1st Row; R. Peppers, L. Hood. G. Primm. L. Masters. F. Masters. M. Maynard. M. Smith. G. Benson. T. Thomas. L. Lowery. C. Pierce. Sponsor —V. Reed. 2nd Row: J. Perkins. M. Foreman. G. Wilmore. C. Segars. B. Lessley. C. Stokes. M. Jones. C. Mitchell. D. Malone. D. Trailer. T. Thompson. T. Coby. K. Shadinger. G. Gordon. 3rd Row: B. Walters. D. Cagle. C. Painter, R. Collins. R. Ellis. A. Sutton. P. Williams. D. Willis. S. Chastain. C. Burgess. S. Mitchell. D. Powell, M. Calhoun, R. Thompson. 207Le Cercle Francais French Club activities feature authentic aspects of French Culture. Studing the language provides program material that gives the club special significance. Understanding la cuisine Francaise enables club members to prepare French meals and the refresments for meetings. Field trips included a luncheon in a French restaurant in Birmingham and a visit to the Art Museum. The club enjoyed an authentic French dinner at Milonge in Huntsville. The final activity will be Le Diner De Gala — a banquet — a delicious meal with dramatic entertainment between courses. I. Mitchell, Pres.; S. Carter. Treas.; D. Eubankes. Sec.; I- Kirby. V.-Pres. 208- 1st Row: D. McDaniel. R. King. R. Lovelady. T. Wynn. D. Eubanks. K. Eaton. C. Kaple. R. Rankin. B. Ham. S. Davis. B. Diviney. M. Music. S. Narverson. A. Henry. 2nd Row: S. Richards. E. Glasco. K. Holstead. L. Pate. L. Langley. S. White. L. Nobis. S. Swearingen. B. Poe. D. Beard. S. Rice. S. Hardman. J. Davis. G. Iordan. T. Jenkins. J. Powers. D. Perkins. 3rd Row: Sponsor — C. Teal. D. Locklear. P. McKinney. B. Burgess. D. Engle. S. Neely. S. Williams. G. Wil-more. B. Walters. M. Johnson, E. Davidson. R. Massey. K. Elliot. C. Cain. D. Cox. T. Belue. C. Ramos, L. Summers. B. Yancey. P. Bain. D. McDaniel. Treas.: R. Rankin. Pres.: S. Narverson. Sec.: M. Music. V.-Pres.: G. Wilmore. Pari. Spanish Club Breaking candy — filled pinatas. Sampling Mexican cuisine. Learning Spanish songs and games. Attending Spanish plays, movies, and performances. Vacationing in Mexico. These are but a few of the activities enjoyed by Spanish Club members each year. The club is open to anyone who is currently enrolled is Spanish, or who has taken Spanish II or Spanish III. If you’re looking or a different kind of class (one where you study language and culture and music and literature), take Spanish, join the club and experience a new kind of learning. As they say on third floor: Viva el espanol!Christian S. Massey. Reporter; C. Elmore. Sec. Treas.; B. Oliver. V.-Pres.; P. Carr. Pres. 1st: K. Campbell. C. Thacker. G. Benson. D. Traylor. 2nd: E. Smith. S. Massey. P. Carr. G. Wilson. 3rd: M. Smith. B. Poe. C. Elmore. G. Wilmore. B. Oliver. 2101st Row: R. Lovelady. K. Holestead, L. Jones, M. Music. B. Burgess, R. Rankin. 2nd Row: Sponsor: P. Smith. R. Massey. L. Pate. T. Powell. B. Warren. P. Arnald, M. Guenn, D. Morgan. J. Roe. L. Patterson. T. Smith, Sponsor: H Cole. 3rd Row: P. McKinney. J. Bodine, J. Stanley. L. Jones. V.-Pres.; D. Morgan. Pres.: K. Holestead. Treas.; T. Smith. Sec. Library Club The Library Club is composed of past and present assistants. The club holds regular monthly meetings. This year, as its main project, the club participated in a fund raising project for the new addition to the Albertville Public Library. 211NIKE Club The NIKE Club is a high school organization sponsored by the Business and Professional Women’s Club of Albertville. The Purpose of the NIKE Club is to give service to the Community and develop leadership qualities. The 1979-1980 NIKE Club has made various constributions throughout the year to help with needy causes within the community. Bottom: M. Calhoun. Pres.: L. Duvall. V.-Pres.; T. Perry. Pari. Top: L. Rowell. Rept.; C. Rives. Treas.; D. Hix, Sec. 1st Row: M. Boatwright. D. Camp. R. Amason. C. Culburt. L. Duvall. M.Calhoun. J. Ferguson. S. Henry. B. Brown. T. Perry. M. Fricks. P. Arnold. L. Champion. Sponsor — M. Thrasher. 2nd Row: L. Rowell. M. Teague. D. Cambron, P. Richardson. S. Martin. R. Freeman. J. McKee. D. Allen. 3rd Row: P. Smith. F. Masters. C. Rives, L. Kirby. D. Wilson. C. Marrow, L. Fleming. T. Drain. 4th Row: D. Hix. D. Pierce. D. Coddle. L. Bryant. L. Ward. M. Carr. S. Seigers, F. Rogers. C. Stokes. S. Childress. 2121st: K. Archer. D. Carver. T. Stone. D. Stephens. R. Collins. L. Painter. C. Edmonson. S. White. A. Gibson. L. Robinson. T. Beck. Sponsor: Mrs. Little . 2nd: D. Allen. D. McDaniel. G. Taft. T. Campbell. K. Henley. L. Wells. J. Brown. C. Webb. M. Hanson. L. Smith. M. Hanvey. M. Haney. 3rd: P. Minor. K. Shell. J. Row. R. Reno. C. McCullars. M. Tidmore. A. Denham. L. Stacener. T. Powell. M. Warren. M. Gerguson. Sponsor: Mrs. Hudins. 4th: D. Shell. R. Bittle. M. Mitchell. S. Hilsoman. L. Webb. V. Nelson. G. Primm. K. Beam. B. Poe. C. Reeves. T. McElrath, J. Gore. D. Traylor. Sponsor: Mrs. Gipson. 5th Row: F. Bouldin. T. Prickett. L Smith. M. Hard. M. Prick-ett. D. Gray. C. Bearden. M. Bopp. D. McDaniel. S. Cahill. P. Culp. B. Bright. T. Garrett. J. Askins. 6th: P. Smith. T. Cunningham. G. Bodine. M. Hall. K. Holstead. B. Burgess. L. Armstorng, K. Moman. J. McClendon. C. Segars. M. Trussel. T. Stevens. FBLA The Future Business Leaders of American is an orgnanization of students who wish to learn more of the business world. The meetings this year ranged from what kind of make-up to wear in the office to what an executive looks for in an employee. With the combined efforts of the sponsors, Mrs. Little, Mrs. Hudgens, and Mrs. Gipson, the officers, and most importantly, the members, FBLA had one of its most successful years. In April, the Albertville Chapter of FBLA hosted the District VI FBLA Meeting, and the club is happy to report that students of Albertville placed in almost all of the divisions of competition. The Albertville Chapter of FBLA is growing, yet it is not growing only in number but in character prestige, and determination. T. Stone. Reporter: D. Carver, Sec.; L. Painter, Pari.: R. Collins. V.-Pres.; C. Edmonson. Treas.: K. Archer. Chaplin; D. Stephans, Pres. 213Future Farmers of America The FFA is a national organization of students enrolled in vocational agribusiness. All students in these programs are to receive instruction in personal leadership growth and development which can best be achieved through the FFA. Through active participation in the FFA, members learn by taking part in and conducting meetings, speaking in public, participating in contests based on occupational skills, earning awards and reorganization and becoming involved in cooperative efforts and community improvement. The FFA offers the opportunity for achieving a personal goal of becoming productive citizens in our democracy. Sponsor — R. Hodges; J. Parker, V.-Pres.; B. Bryant, Pres.; T. Sloan, Sec. 1st Row: G. Wilson. A. Scott. B. Smith, D. Rainwater T. Moman, J. Baker, D. Cox. 2nd Row: A. Havis, W. McCrary, J. Spurgeon. B. Waldrop, C. Burgess, T Edwards. B. Slanton. 3rd Row: G. Pair, J. Stripland, R. Powell. C. Burgess. T. Davidson. J. Beck. J. Todd. 4th Row: C. Centers, T. Goodman. J. Williams, F. Johnson. E. Cain, K. MacGuric. R. Burn. 5th Row: M. Tidwell, S. Ham, T. Cain. 2M2nd Year: 1st Row: C. Ponder. A. Wood. J. Childress. G. Hard. J. Dorsett. 2nd Row: D. Smith. S. Pierce. M. Cannady, T. Thomas. B. Conquest. 3rd Row: D. Cooper. S. Mathall. K. Towers. J. Bryant. G. Barkley. J. Campbell. 4th Row: B. Walter. B. Beddingfield. D. Webb. C. Ponder. D. Townsend. B. Mitchell. 215 3rd and 4th Year: 1st Row: T. Sloan. T. Cherry. J. Parker. K. Smith. T. Garrett. 2nd Row: T. Upton. V. Waldrop. T. Nelson. S. Kelley. 3rd Row: C. Mayhall. R. Hambrick. D. Lowery. R. Holsonback. 4th Row: B. Bryant. R. Knight. C. Barclift.1st Row: M. East, P. Chandler. J. McCullars, C. Spatlin, M. Jackson. 2nd Row: D. Upton. S. Lang. M. Dean. B. Peppers. J. Cook. 3rd Row: D. Low'cry. K. Young. J. Smith. S. Files. P. Matthews. M. Goodman. 4th Row: L. Hilley. C. Hawkins. R. Malone. M. Nearman. C. Brown. 5th Row: D. Cootie, C. Ros. D. Cambron. J. Simms. P. Richarson.. 6th Row: R. Beasley, P. Millican, M.. Boen, T. Boen. Vocational Industrial Clubs of America 216 Vocational Industrial Clubs of America is a club for students enrolled in trade, industrial, technical and health courses. Through club activities planned, initiated, and conducted by members, VICA develops the “whole” students, his social and leadership abilities as well as his skills. The Albertville Chapter had four winners in the District VICA contest, and had a second palce winner in the state VICA contest. Among other projects, the VICA club handles the concession stand at all home basketball games. L. Hilley. Pres: K. Young. V-Pres.: B. Peppers. Sec.; J. McCullers. Treas.: M. Dean. Pari.; D. Lowery. Pres.1st Row: T. Shell. D. Garrett. T. Stone. S. Sampson. J. Town son. R. Baugh. J. Kirkland. M. Bell. D. Young. 2nd Row: T. Howard. J. Wilson. R. Lyles. P. Nesmith. A. Beck. G. Hall. M. Gipson. P. Trussell, G. Williamson. K. Young, T. Bell. W. McCaffery. 3rd Row: R. Denham. Sponsor, E. Landers. C. Town-son, G. Taylor. B. Brown. C. Todd, S. Powers. P. Snider. D. Morgan. K. Yancey, T. Dingier, S. Williams. L. Burgess. J. Lindsey. M. McCaffery. L. Coker, K. Currey. R. Barksdale. K. Blackmon. K. Mimor. R. Baugh. Pres.; K. Young. Treas.; S. Williams, Sec.: J. Lindsey. Rep.; M. Gipson. Pari.: J. Kiriland. Vice-Pres. Distributive Education Clubs of America Distributive Education Clubs of American (DECA) is a student-operated club designed to develope leadership capabilities in marketing and destribution. It helps students gain confidence through study and competition. Ser-veral students in DECA were recommended in district competition and participated in the State Leadership Conference in Huntsville this year. 217Lettermen’s Club The Lettermen’s Club is composed of varsity athletes who have lettered at least one year in their particular sport. Its purpose is to promote sportsmanship and leadership in the entire athletic program. One of the annual fund-raising projects of the Lettermen’s Club is selling athletic socks. 1st Row: G. Benson. Rept.; D. Mitchell. Treas. 2nd Row: D. Gipson. Pres.; C. Seigers. V.-Pres.; M. Smith. Sec.; J. Beck. Pari. 1st Row: D. Rainwater. T. Garrett. J. Askins. G. Wilmore. R. King. M. Coby. M. Foreman. K. Hill. L. King. E. Smith. D. Mitchell. T. Jenkins. S. Peirce. J. Beck. T Haynie. 2nd Row: A. Wood. C. Ponder. T. Sloan. L. Masters. C. Stokes. C. Segars, A. Baker. B. Poe. J. Baker. D. Wilson. D. Eubanks. M. Clark. M. Lang. S. Richards. S. Childress. M. Jones. J. Temple. D. Benefield. J. Thomas. 3rd Row: B. Smith. A. Scott. D. Gipson. J. Baker. P. Rains. C. Johnson. S. Lang. K. Loman, G. Benson. M. Smith. G. Wilmore. M. Maynard. S. Mitchell. T. Cherry. C. Moore. J. Moore. J. Corbin. M. Warren. D. Cooper. I). Allen. D. Traylor. S. Massey. P. Carr. T. Cordell. S. Cahill. C. Mayhall. T. Honea, J. Clines. S. Hayes. B. Lang, B. Oliver. S. Mayhall. D. Towers. J. Bryant. J. Parker. G. Smith. 218Wood mi R. i rya res pM alloy" sa Hiller K inland a Hi inter id Bryant jciljeinship.....{t School Spirited .. •' 4A SBsbpanship . Wli-ATound Student . . . Athletics..........hj Golden Rule ........; Mary Lfsa Smith, Brad I lam .........Carla Segars, Keith fdilL i Rhonda Thompson, foe AlJdredge .......:. .Pally Rains, Jeff Beck M4H I lean.| OR STUDENTS Barbiira Poe Robi 1 Rankin Cvnt lia Rives Melanie Ferguson Kandy, Archer foe Alldredge Lisa Armstrong Kathy Beam Jeff Beck erall Rodney Knight 1 . .Shannon]Massey | . .Shan Mjtchell i:hl Jeffery R mpson 11 |I. Connie Elmore sa'Smith. Brad I lam f Gina Benson Michelle Boatwright Kathy Bolding Matt Bnckelev Connie Burgess Melinda Calhoun Mitch Coby Renea Collins Paul Culp Tammy Dingier Connie Elmore le Foreman . id (iipson id 1 him JHilyn Kirby j UuishaKirb B : acijjmam Kent Lowman Fayuisha Masters Tanya Masters Shannon Mitchell Karen Moman Monica Musick David McDaniel Lisa Painter fanet1 Cynthia Segars Debbie Stephens Paige Talley Carol Taylor Lenore Thomas g. Rhonda Thompson Dee Thornbury Marie Warren Cindy West Sharon Williams Debbie Wilson Mike Windsor 21? Pictures on page 22fi{ill 'S Shannon Massey: FCA Paul Culp: English, Spanish 220 Lenore Thomas: Social Studies DeeThornbury: Science Jeff Kirkland VIE Faynish Masters: ChemistryTammy Beck; Woodman of the World Carla Segars; Sportsmanship Lisa Painter; BOE Golden Rule Award ROTC Batallion receives 1st place in 8-State Region for Highest Score in Drills Michelle Boatwright; P.E. Eric Smith; Art lenny Ben Davis; All State Symphonic Band 221Robin Rankin, Shan Mithcell; I DARE YOU. Connie Elmore, Shan Mitchell Citizenship Rhonda Thompson Joe Alldredge All Around Student 222Robert Vonder Osten —12 years Ruth Weeks —13 years These faculty members have been very helpful to the betterment of Albertville High School. Their presence will really be missed. 223 Etta Lee Potts — 21 yearsValedictorian Janet Roberts As the student with the top academic average, 98.35, among Seniors, Janet Roberts is the class of 1980 valedictorian. In academic also, Janet received the L.G. Balfour and the Physics Awards. Besides her scholastic success, Janet is also active in several extracurricular activities. She is treasurer of the Science Club and placed third in the school science fair. As a member of Math Club, Janet also participated in the Snead Math Tournament as a member of the ciphering team. Other clubs that Janet is involved with include: National Honor Society, S.A.E., and Interact. Active in church work, Janet is a member of the First Baptist Church of Albertville, where she sings in the youth choir and is a member of the Baptist Young Women. After attending Snead for two years on an academic grant-in-aid, full tuition scholarship, Janet plans to transfer to Auburn. 224Salutatorian Carol Taylor Carol Taylor accumulated a 98.20 average through her high school years as a basic for her selection as the 1980 salutatorian. Carol is also the recipient of the DAR Good Citizenship Award and the Outstanding Student Award as presented at Class Night. A senior class personality, Carol is also a member of the Senior Class Advisory Board and placed first in the school Civitan Speech Contest last year. Carol is a National Merit Commended Student and a member of the A.H.S Scholars' Bowl team that placed 2nd at the Snead Scholars’ Bowl and 3rd at the Calhoun State Bowl. 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BOX 188 ALBERTVILLE, ALABAMA 35950 INCORPORATED PHONE (205) 878-6010 235PAUL SMITH CHEVROLET Highway 431 North Albertville, Alabama 236WAYNE FEEDS East Lake Road Guntersville, Alabama 582 561 I WAYNE POULTRY P.O. Box 280 Albertville, Alabama 878 3404 BILLY THRASH LINCOLN-MERCURY -MUELLER COMPANY Weaver Avenue Albertville, Alabama 240CITY OF ALBERTVILLE 201 South Broad Street Phone:878-0431 Mayor: Buford L. Cryar City Council: Emily Rudolph, Ralph Hale, Randall Brothers, Clinton Elmore, Jim Smith 241BILLS AUTO PARTS 415 South Hooper Drive Albertville, Alabama Phone:878-0891 BUCK'S FACTORY OUTLET Highway 43 I South Guntersville, Alabama Phone:582 6772 OMELETE SHOPPE Your Family Restaurant Albertville, Alabama THE LEE COMPANY 2308 Highway 79 Guntersville, Alabama Phone: 582-31 18 The Shop For WHITTEN'S I 13 West Ober Ave. Albertville, Alabama PERRY BROWN TRACTOR, INC. | Highway 431 South, Albertville, Alabama Phone:878-3621 244245 MILNER'S PUBLIC ACCOUNTING SERVICE Albertville, Shopping Center Phone:878-1008 MISS CONNECTIONS 414 Gunter Avenue Guntersville, Alabama Phone:582-6907 PLAINVIEW MOTEL Highway 431 Albertville, Alabama Phone:878-2231 GEMINI HOUSING, INC. Highway 431 North and Rose Rd. Featuring Redman Homes WENDALL'S RESTAURANT Highway 431 North Albertville, Alabama Phone:878-9965 SIM’S BARGAIN MART Phone:878-5687 308 Highway 431 North RAY LeMASTER MOTORS Cryar Drive Albertville, Alabama Phone:878-3328 E. T. HOLSONBACK MOTORS Highway 431 Albertville, Alabama Phone:878-5518 248PIKES DISCOUNT SHOES 61 7 East Mill Street Boaz, Alabama Phone: 593-8780 431 TRUCK STOP Route 7 Albertville Albertville, Alabama Phone:582 8364 ALBERTVILLE CATERINGS 707 Miller Street Albertville, Alabama Phone: 878-4093 WAYNE TIRE SERVICE P.O. Box 667 Hwy. 431 N Albertville, AlabamaCRIBBS TIRE SERVICE 409 East Main Street Albertville, Alabama Phone:878-3161 — MUSIC 115 West Ober Ave. Albertville, Alabama Phone:878-0771 tram GUNTERSVILLE PAINT AND GLASS Highway 43 I South Guntersville, Alabama Phone:878-6432 MOORE'S SPORTING 253 WAREHOUSE SCHOOL SUPPLY Highway 43 1 North Albertville, Alabama 878-1200 SORTER MOBILE HOMES Highway 431 Albertville, Alabama 878 5326 431 DISCOUNT SHOES Highway 43 1 South Albertville, Alabama 878-1289 UNIVERSAL PHOTO 124 North Board St. Albertville, Alabama 878-4431 BOND'S BROTHERS 706 Miller Street Albertville, Alabama 878 3221 RAY'S BAR-B-Q 3 Miles South of Guntersville 582-3187 CAIN, BLUE AND COMBS AUTO PARTS 424 North Broad St. Albertville, Alabama B G SUPPLY, INC. P.O. Box 748 878-2928 Albertville, Alabama 254255256 ANDERSON SHOE SHOP 103 Sand Mountain Albertville, Alabama Phone:878-4392 CONSOLIDATED CONSULTANTS Your "Complete Service" Contractors Some People Do It All... We Do it Better258 SAND MOUNTAIN AUTO PARTS 310 Highway 43 I N Albertville, Alabama Phone:878-1792 Congratulations Seniors— 1980 Courington Real Estate GRABEN REAL ESTATE Phone:878-7722 Nationwide Exposures Home Warrenties BRUCE GLASS CO., INC. Highway 431 North Albertville, Alabama DAVIS-HARDWARE- SWART 315 East Sand Mountain Drive Albertville, Alabama Phone:878-1531 DAIRY QUEEN Highway 431 Boaz, Alabama 35950 Phone: 593-3747 JENKINS TRANSMISSION SERVICE Highway 431 N. Rt. 7 Albertville, Alabama Phone:878-2901 FOOD BASKET RESTAURANT Highway 431 Albertville, Alabama STREAMLINE CLEANERS 538 Gunter Ave Guntersville, Alabama CORBIN'S FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE 101 Sand Mountain Dr. Albertville, Alabama ALABAMA CONTRACTORS EQUIPMENT CO. Hwy. 431, Albertville, AL Phone:878-7233 JACK LAMB REALTY JACK LAMB, Broker Business Phone: 878-5082 CHAMBERS BOTTLING COMPANY te? ® Highway 431 South Albertville, Alabama 260Reduce Energy Costs Without Sacrifice of Comfort or Inconvience EA ALABAMA ENERGY MANAGERS Albertville, Alabama 878-0255 A Division of Oliver Electric, Inc.MARSHALL TIRE APPLIANCE COMPANY 126 West Main Albertville, Alabama Home Owned and Operated Thanks to Our Friends J. K. Clemons M. D., P.A. J. D. Bonds, M.D.P.C. J. L. Hughes, D.D.S. Gullahorn and Hare V.S. McCrory, D.V.M. C. D. Wilkes, D. D. S. D. J. Evans, D. D. S. 262 ROSS-0RADEN LUMBER COMPANY Highway 431 South CAMPBELL'S T.V. 103 South Broad Albertville, Alabama MOULTRIE DATSUN Highway 43 I North Albertville, Alabama 878-4390 JR. COMPTON MOTORS Highway 43 I North Albertville, Alabama 878 5882 ELEANOR SHOP 107 East Main Street Albertville, Alabama 878-1612 DENDYS Main Mall Albertville, Alabama 878-2721 CROFT CARS, INC. 721 Highway 43 I North Albertville, Alabama 878-2121 BILL BRIGHT AUTO SALES, INC. Guntersville, Alabama 582-5689JOHNSON LUMBER COMPANY 110 Andrew St. Albertville, Alabama 8780401BRELAND IMPORTED CARS MULUNAX MOTOR CO. WILSON AUTO SALESALBERTVILLE CHURCH DIRECTORY FIRST BAPTIST, 309 East Main Street Rev. David Askins SOUTHSIDE BAPTIST, Sims Street Rev. Ben Edmondson CHRIST EPISCOPAL, 607 East Main Rev. Charles Warden BALTIMORE CHURCH OF GOD, 606 Baltimore Ave. Rev. O'Neal Franks CHRIST UNITED METHODIST, Saratoga Drive Rev. McCoy Guthrie CENTRAL BAPTIST, High Point Road Rev. Mike Johnson MOUNT CALVARY, 201 Rose Road Rev. Jimmy Taylor FIRST UNITED METHODIST, 206 Madison Ave. Rev. Travis Warlick CALVARY TEMPLE ASSEMBLY OF GOD, 402 Rose Road Rev. Gary Rigby SOLITUDE BAPTIST, Solitude Road Rev. Willis Kelly MOUNT HIGH UNITED METHODIST, Hwy. 205 North Rev. Mickey Morton FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE, 205 Bolinger Ave. Rev. Edwin Morses HEWITT MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST, 1110 Walnut Street Rev. Milton Booth MARSHALL MISSIONARY BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, 1107 Walnut Street Rev. Gilbert Burks, Director of Missions Portraits For the Discriminating ROBERT O. JOHNSON GRADUATION ... Now it is all over — the autographs, the tearful parting, the students with their proud parents, the feeling of being "grown up," the sudden realization that high school days will be no more. I have a deep respect for the kids of Albertville High School. I wish I could be with each of you to turn the pages of this memorable yearBILLY LOWERY MOTORSCAHILL INSULATION Since 1970 BILLY CAHILL 878-2502 We have met TVA's FHA's and VA's inspection approval We would like to meet yours! SHANNON CAHILL 8787913271272 THE ROAD GOODBYE The road I took was named Goodbye The path looked strange. I wondered why It left familiar things behind. A hand caught mine.. .1 paid no mind. The stranger never once did say Just what had brought him on my way. On we went, and some afraid I wished I hadn't come, but stayed. All the friends that I once knew Took a road named Goodbye too. There were no two roads just the same Though all were called Goodbye by name. The road went on; we went on too, And 1 was sad, for then I knew That never could I be the same Having walked down Goodbye Lane. And though I couldn’t understand We walked together hand in hand. We said no words, but just walked on, 1 thought of things now past and gone. I thought of games I'd lost and won, I thought of all the things I’d done-I thought of those I loved and cared, Of times we’d had, of things we shared. I thought of those I’d come to know. Just knowing them —they'd helped me so. I thought of things, of tears I’d shed ... Those same things now brought smiles instead. The tasks I’d done, those left to do, I wondered how I’d make it through When something inside seems to say, “The best you can from day to day.” The way was rough, I knew the score. It never ends... There’s always more. But now I know that all in all Each thing in its own place will fall. I thought of all the happy days. The sad ones now just seemed a haze And in a flash I came to see How much the past had meant to me. We walked along — I wondered where The future led and what was there. The past still echoed from behind I was its, and it was mine. But in my heart was still a fear, And in my eye a shinnig tear; Yet on my face there was a smile, And we walked forward all the while. I walked along the road Goodbye. I looked back once ... I heaved a sigh. Then I remembered at my side — My silent, but my constant guide. The stranger’s hand I felt in mine. I looked into his face this time. I asked his name — he turned just so, He smiled and said, “I'm called Hello.”274«o N. NWe hold many memories close at heart 276277Our dreams are finally coming true. 278279280


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