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Mountaineer ’81 MOUNTAINEER LOG Channel Program Pag' Prologue 4 1 Seniors 16 2 Juniors 363In the backs of our minds, we find the difference between being alone . . . S3 . • Hj ‘fN, (5Like children, we may run to catch each memory, 8But we can clasp the ones that come to us, 12QTR VISITOR 1 TOGO BALLON FIRST NATIONAL BANK WtlCOMf TO WILDCAT COUNTRY roue OP Tut GUNTERSVIUE wildcats close to our hearts where they will remain forever. GH5 DOWNSENIORS 7T We' ve come through . . . Bell James Biddle. Rhonda Blackmon. Karen Bolton. Frances Bopp Mitch Barksdale. Renee Bearden. Chuck Beasley Renee Beck. Tammy Alexander. Wanda Bailey. Mitch I 16through hardships . . . Cannady. Maurice Canterberry. Cynthia Carr. Melody Car tee Rusty Chastain. Susan Childress. Karen Childress. Sheila Clines. Jon Coheld. Lisa Coker. Lou Ellen Cornelius. Debbie Cox. Deonna Crews. Chris Currie. Kathy Darden. Kit Davison. Evelyn Davis. Dewayne 18 through easy times . . .Through defeats and through victories . . . Gdvtney Bento Goutnev Myron Gentry Jonet Gore Joy Gray Donice Gumn Melanie Hall Vanessa Hand Annette Hanson. Mike Hanvey Marsha Hanvey. Mary Hard Martha 20 Harris, Jeff Hawkins. David Henry. Sarah Hilsman. Susan Honea. Tracy Hope. Kim Howard. Terry Humphries. Cathy Jackson. Melva Jolley. Angel.a Jones. Gwen Jones. She.la Justice Robyn Lambert. Donna Lowery. McClendon. Lizbeth McClendon. Nancy McCleod. Alan McConnell. Sandra McCreless. Linda McCrickard. Kathleen McDaniel. Liie McElrath. Tammy McKee. Jamie Millican. Penny 22through laughter. . . Mitchell. Jeff Mitchell. Melinda Mitchell. Steve Moon. Dawn Morrow. Cindy Mozley. Robbie Neely. Sandra Nesmith. Paul Nii. Richard Nobis. Richard 23Rampey. Selina Reagan. Danny Reed. Janet Reeves Brent Reynolds, Lise 24through joy • • • Richards. Karren Richards. SherrySmith. Lisa Sortor, Tundalayia Spratling. Chuck Stanford. Darlene Stanford. Lisa Stone. Terri Sutton. Annette Taylor. Beth Temple. Jim Thomas Michelle yes, we've made it together. . . 26 the Senior Class of 1981 White. Susan Whitehead. Ricky Whitten. Jason Williams. Clayton Williams. David Williams. Grace Williams, Jeff Williams. Jim Williamson. Gary Willis. Debbie 2728 Severs Christy Shell. Terry Simpson. Pet Simpson. Weyne Smith. Bred 30Stone Tim Taylor. Chris Townson David Warren, Brett Webb David Whisenant Wayne Worsham David Young. Danny Turner Jerry Waldrop. Sharon Wallace Mike Ward. Lisa Smith. Randall Stanley. Sue Ellen3234351980 Off icers carry us through the year. Treasurer: Melonie Jones. Vice-President: David Perkins. President: Tim Kennomer. Parliamentarian: Jonathan Askins. Secretary: Sarah Narveson Adams. Leanna Allen. Denise Allen. Leslie Allen. Mike Amason. Regina 36Armstrong Roger Arnold. Paula Askins. Jonathon Baker Gary Balter Joey Baker, Ken Baugh. Lanny Beam. Karen Beard Sandra Beard. Shannon Bearden. Dana Bearden.Steve Beddingfield. Brian Belue. Angel Benefield David Benefield. Kay Benefield. Steve Berard. Dana Blackmon. Brad Bouldin. Bill Breland. Donna Brooks. Jimmy Brown. Ben Brown. Kevin Bryant. Jeff Bryant, Kenneth Cagle. Roger Cain, Scott Camp, Debra Campbell. Kelly 37Junior's spirit goes Campbell Teresa Carmack Bonnie Carmack Brenda Carter Jonathon Champion. Lori Champion Ronald Clark Maria Oaton Michael Cleveland Charlott« Co by Tammy Cofield Jeff Conquest Brad Cooper Darryl Cox. Darrell Coy Dorthy 38to the extreme Daniels Ricky Davidson Kim Davis Ben Davis Jenny Dean Janice Diveny Brenda Dorset? Beverly Dorset John Paul Drain. Tammy Duckett Scott Duckett Tommy Duffey Ernie Duke. Anna Eaton Denise Edmondson Cindy 39Englemon. Noel Ennis. Sharon Farr. Sam Ferguson, Randy Fleming. Lori Foreman. David Galloway. Tyler Garmon. Bruce Gilbert. Kim Gipson. April Glassco. Ellen Hardeman. Shawnee Hardy. Nancy Harris. Vanassa Hayes. Steve Head. Curt Hendon, Burt Henly. Kim Hilley, LaDon Holland. Jeffery Hood. Leigh Howard. Tracy Jarmon. Tim Jenkins. Pam Johnson. Bobby Johnson. Kenneth Johnston, Tonya Jones. Mark Jones. Melanie Jones. Paul 40Jordon. Gina Karr. Pam Kaye. Danny Kelly. Mirriam Kennamer, Tim King, Leslie Lackey. Terri Lang. Brad Lang. Mike Lang. Susie Lee. Brian Lindsey. Kim Long. Lori Lowery. Steven McCullars Cindy Maddox. Laura Malone. Denise Malone. Layne Mann. Scott MaRoney. Terry Marshall. Jeffery Martin. Rickey Massey. Richard Masters, Johnny Mayes, Lori Mayhall. Shannon McBrayer. Doug McBrayer. Jill McClendon. David McClendon. Kelly 41McCoy. Sam McCullers, Richard McDaniel. Dina McElrath. Gary Milner. Marianne Minor. James Minor. Paula Mitchell. Bruce Mitchell, David Mitchell. Lela Moman, Phillip Moman. Tim Morgan. Darrell Morgan, Marsha Narveson. Chris Narveson. Sarah Nelson. Vickie Oliver. Gary Oliver. Michelle Orr. John Pair. Greg Patterson. Kim Peppers, Regina Perkins. David Prator. Phillip Prickett. Melissa Primm. Glennis Rains. Charlie Rains. Hugh Rainwater, Dion 42The future has us dreaming Ramos. Cindy Reeves. Donna Reno. Rhonda Rice. Susan Riddle. Renee Robinson. Lisa Robinson. Wade Roe. Jana Roebuck. Shane Sampson. Dan Scott. Alan Shadinger. Kim Shaw. Donny Shell. Kim Shell. Randy We tried, but we couldn't do it! Shell, Terry Silas, Pam Smith. David Smith, Dewayne Smith. Lisa Smith, Renee Stanley. Lori Stephens, Shane Stephens. Sherry Stripling. Jett Summers. Leann Swords. Barry Taft. Gaye Tate. Neilene Taylor. John Terrel. Thomas Thomas. John Thomas. Robin Thomas. Terry 44I Just h anging next year Thompson. Tara Thompson. Tina Thurmons. Kim Tidwell. Marty Todd, Ken Towers, David Traylor. Dewayne Upton. Tina Walters, Bobby Webb. Jett Webb. Jerry Webb. Kathy Wehrwein, Gary Whitehead. Paula Whitley, Alan Williams. Jett Williams. Sue Wilson. Greg Woodham. Mary Woods. Louann Yao. ShawnSOPHOMORES 47Sophomores work to reach higher goals Alexander. Ellen Armstrong. Donna Armstrong. Kathy Appleton, Karen Bailey. Eric Baker. Tracy Barksdale. Scott Beck. Tina Benefield. Randy Benefield. Tina Blackmon. Lee Am Blackmon. Rickey Bobo. Jana Bodine. Randy Bright. Tammy 48Brown, Burnett Brown, Sonye Bryant. Beth Bunch. Karen Burgess. Chuck Burgess. Ronald Campbell. Patricia Carter. Linda Cleveland. Sharon Cofield. Phillip Compton. Clint Compton. Mark Corbin. Susan Croft. Jece Currie. Scott Darden. Norman Davis. Allison Davis. Ronnie Doyle. Michael Eddy. Selina Eller. Rhonda 49Sophomores are rolling along Eller. Sherri Ellis. Chuck England. Rodney Ferguson. Julie Finlay. Trey Floyd. Pam Formby. Fonda Franklin. Tammy Fricks. Sherry Gable. Jenny Gaither. Michelle Garmon. Stacy Garret. Tammy Gentry. Mike Gilliland. Pam Gilliand. Rica Gordon. Gina Gray. Jeff Griggs. Juanita 50and kicking the Freshman habit Gunnells. Carmen Haiges, Marion Hall. Kermit Ham. Connie Ham, Tammy Hambrick. Rosalyn Hanson, Kevin Harbison. Lisa Hard. Joyce Hardin. Rhonda Harrell. Sheila Harris. Pam Hawkins. Mark Haymon, Pam Heaton. Paula Henry, Annette Hodges. Barbara 51Hopper, Angelo Hopper. Mark Jackson. Paul Jenkins. Tammy Johnston. Vickie Jolley. Donna Jordan. Angie King. Susan Kirby. Tina Lacey. Kendall Lang. Kay Lowery, Shane Malone, Charlotte Massey. Kim McClendon. LeAnne McCloud. Belinda McElrath. Leigh McIntyre. Todd McKee. Scott Miller. Dana Minor. Kirk Minor. Paul Morton, Neal Nelms. Chad Nesmith. Kerry Newsome Karen Oden. Lisa Ogle. Lorrie Ortiz. Teresa Parker. Scott 52Pearce, Carrie Pierce. Dawn Perry. Randall Perry. Talma Lee Phillips. Patricia Pope. Rodney Powell. Trey Powers. Marla Prickett, Terry Pruett. Teresa Quigly. Scott Rae. Jeff Reeves Debbie Rhodarmer, Keith Rice. Scotty Riddle. Lisa Roden. Rhonda Rogers. Fredia Rollins. Terry Scott. Mary Lynn Segars. Sherry Shell.Paul Shockley. Debbie Slaton. Bret Smith. Celeste Smith. Phyllis Soper. Michelle Southern. Keith Sparks. Donny Spurlin. Melinda 53Sophomores are really looking up Stanfield, Lee Stanford. Angie Stanley. Jerry Statham, Jon Staton. Cindy Stone. Danny Sty Ice. Doug Swietzer, Jim Swords. Kim Taylor. Billy Joe Taylor. Todd Terrell. Connie Thacker. Connie Todd. John Tyson. Sonya Vaught. Tammy Wade. Justice Walden, Arlene Walden. Connie 54and sticking close to the ground Waldrop. Brian Walker Scott Walker, Stacey Wells. Chuck Whisenant. Clint Whitcraft. Roy Whitehead. Richard White. Tom White. Lisa Whitmire. Dalery Wilder. Dor isa Wlkes. Deborah Williams, Pam Wlson. Shawn Wooten. Jody Young. Amanda Young. Susan 55Adams, Mary Jane Andrews. Jennifer Arnold. Christy Arnold, Phillip Bains. Anna Banks. Sheila Baron. Sherene Bean John David Benefield. Bruce Benefield. Wesley Bearden. Doug Bearden. Mike It was a long hard c im bbut it looks like we made it Beanson. Conner Berry Tabby Bittle Steven Blackmon Cheryl Bledsoe. Norma Bodine Brenda Boatwright. Melanie Boen Donna Boen Tracy Bonds Kelly Bowen. Dewayne Bright. Kim Brown. Kim Brown Lisa Butler. Craig Cain, Benji Cambell. Cayla Canterberry. Keith Carter, Scott 59Taking it to the top Cassels Tony Canters Jeennie Chamblee Sandy Chastain Sandee Childress. Dewayne Demons Valerie Colvin Brian Corbin Teresa Croft. Beth Currie. Kim Darden Chris Darden Randy Davis Paul Dean. Pam Dingier Taye Diveny Paula Drake. Danny Dunnaway Angela Edmonds. Selina Edmonds Treesy 60Getting in the groove Eo ards G c- a Eawaras Jett Eubanks 6 lly “eulkner Keith Foreman Rhonda Fuller Susan Gautney Penny Gary Mary Gary Leann Galloway Kerry Goodman Tim Gore. Beverly Graben Alan Gregg Kim Gunter Bobby Hadden Sonya Hall Scott Hammer. Andy Hanson Becky Harper Andrea 61Wafer Freshmen made of? Hart, Rodney Hastings, Tammy Hendon. Mark Henley, Tim Henry. Patsy Henry. Tina Henson. Chris Hester. Chuck Hill. Steven Hilley. Melissa Hi , Brad Holder. Kim Holland. Craig Hollis. Judy Holsenback. Jeff Hooper, Kim Howard. Marsha Ingram. Mike Irvin. Lisa Jarmon. Teresa 62Brushing up on school spirit! Johnson. Leanne Jones. Andy Jones. Tonya Keeton. Robin Kilgore. Spencer Kilpatrick. Randall King. Mary Kirby. Shannon Lankford, Kelly Leslie. James Lowery. Carolyn Luther. Melanie Malone. Melissa Malone. Tammy Moyhall. Scarlett McComey. Serena McConnell. Susan McCreless. Tammy McCurley. David McGoha. Susan Miller, Jeff Miller. Kim Millican. Teresa Moody. Steven 63Let a smile be your umbrella. Moon. Marty Moore, Regina Morrow. Patrick Morrow. Terri Neermann, Beth Nelson. Doug Nickson. Nathan Ogle. Johnny Oliver. Tammy Painter. Christy Pennell. Alan Pair. David Parris. Jane Parton, Lisa Pall. John Pearce. Wanda 64Taking it one step at a time. Penny. Micheal Perry. Eric Pike. Tim Poole. Tina Powell. Brad Powell. Karen Quigley. Kirk Rampey. Shannon Ramsey. Kristin Ray. Jennell Reeves Randy Richardson. Darlene Richardson. Doug Robinson. Jay Roebuck. Chris Rogers Kim 65We' re better than the West! Rowan, Elliot Scott. Nicky Shell. Kay Simmons. Alan Sims. Sid Sims. Steve Sims. Tina Slaton. Jerry Sloan. Shan Smith. Janine Smith. Patrick Sprouse. Scott Spurgeon, Beverly Stanfield. Sue Stanford. Cynthia Stevens. Mark Stephens. Tammy Stoker. Steven Stone. Karen Stone. Terry Story. Rose Swords. Lynn Taft. Angie Temple. Al 66.HIT THt i TARGET K itjStti 4 u: w The thrill of victory Thomas. Jenny Thomas, John Thornbury. Thad Thurmond. Scott Todd.Lynn Todd. Chris Veal. Roger Waldon. Kim Walker. John Watson. Angie Wat wood. Andy Webb. Lisa West, Teresa Whitehead. Eric Whitten, Bain Wilder, Jennifer Williams. Sandy Williamson, Keith Wilson. John Woodham. Billy Woodruff. Paul Young. Tracy 67ADMINISTRATION MCULTYAdministration Principal Arthur Baugh Principal Arthur Baugh Mr. Baugh is a great asset to Albertville High School. His leadership and understanding is shown in his philosophy of education. He is really interested in the future of all students. Assistant Principal Tommy Lacks Mr. Lacks has a great impact on the student body. He is interested in all extracurricular activities. His objective is to lead, direct, and supervise students in all areas of student life.Vernon Wells f Economics. Football Coach I Judy Berry Resource Coordinator I Barbara Blanks English 72 T Bill Alexiou Learning Disabilities | Jerry Blanks History t Jane Adams English T Charles Amason Guidance Counselor I Ricky Todd Agri-Businessf Sergeant James Bonds ROTC f Catherine Brasher Biology. Physiology Glenda Wooten | Special Educationi t Shirley Corbin Home Economics. Economics t Sue Couch English. Cheerleader Sponsor A A l Ira Joe Crawford Economics I Richard Donham Vocational Education It Jo Ann Ellis English Wanda Willoughby | Secretary Patsy Vandergriff f Secretary f John Duke History John Garner j. History | Ann Gerstman Consumer Math James Gilley — Science f Karen Gipson Typing Sergeant James Gunter -► ROTC Cliff Gillies 4 Science. Coach f Stacy Goss Band Director 76| Ronnie Little Driver's Education. Coach t Wilena Little Business Office Education Gay Martin j English Donna Maynard | Physical Education80 Nona Proctor f English — Colonel Norman C. Propes ROTC Diane Sivils —» Algebraf Kathy Teal Spanish Mary Thrasher - Guidance Counselor «- George Thorne Psychology. Coach t Raymond Sparks Algebra ♦—Shannon Sloan Physical Education. Basketball Coach Jane Smith -♦ Librarian I Patricia Smith AudioVisual DirectorBand Officers: President: Susan Chastain Vice-President: Renona Ellis. Secretary: Lori Champion. Librarian: Janet Gentry.Senior Members: Cindy Webb. Cheri Richey. Mori Beth Evens. Jeff Williams. Susan White, Renono Ellis. Melody Carr. Sue Ellen Stanley. Elizabeth McClendon. Cynthia Canterberry. Beth Garrison. Gwen Jones, Deonna Co . Denise Cagle. Shawn Gaither. Kathleen McCrickard. Scott Rains. David Hawkins. Maurice Canady. Jon Paul Campbell. Susan Chastain. Dedra Martin. Jeff Chandler. Chuck Bearden. Janet Gentry. Amy Dean. Teresa Prickett. Section Leaders: Mori Beth Evans. Susan Chastain. Scott Rains, Terry Thomas. Maurice Canady. Beth Garrison. Denise Cagle. Melody Carr. Lori Champion.Albertville high sch ALBERTVILLE. ALABAr tf M " OF SAND MOUNTAIN Jazz Band: Director: Stacy Goss. Anthony Land Johnathon Askins. Maurice Cannady. Lori Champion. Teresa Prickett. Beth Bryant Kathleen McCrickard. Gina Gordon Paula Arnold. Bobby Walters. Eddie Lyles. Kurt Quiggly. Jeff Williams. Scott Rains. Jon Campbell Director: Robert Killian. Kim Shadinger. Kristi Painter. Sherry Richards, Doug Bearden. Johnny Ogle. Cindy Webb. Paul Jackson. James Minor. David Bledsoe. 87The 198 I Aggie Right to left: 1st row: Stacey Goss. Director Robert Killian. Director Gina Gordon. Majorette Michelle Oliver. Majorette Cheri Richey. Majorette Melody Carr. Majorette 2nd row: Teresa Prickett. Flag Lori Fleming. Flag Leanne McClendon. Flag Christy Painter. Flag Karen Stone. Flag Amy Dean. Flag Pam Karr. Flag Sue Ellen Stanley. Flag Norma Bledsoe. Flag Paula Arnold. Flag 3rd row: Lisa Parton. Clarinet Jill Cornelius. Clarinet Christie Arnold. Clarinet Beverly Gore. Clarinet Regina Moore. Clarinet Tina Sims. Percussion Susan Chastain. Clarinet Leanne Blackmon. Clarinet Marianne Milner. Trumpet Renea Riddle. Percussion Kathy Webb, Trumpet Randy Darden. Trumpet Doug Bearden. Trumpet Dan Sampson. Tuba 4th row: Cynthia Canterberry. Clarinet Marla Powers. Clarinet Talma Lee Perry. Clarinet Lizabeth McClendon. Clarinet Kristi Sims. Clarinet Kim Lindsey. Percussion Kim Swords. Clarinet Janine Smith, Trumpet Tina Poole. Trumpet Laura Chandler. Trumpet Paul Jackson. Trumpet Kerry NeSmith. Trumpet Roger Armstrong. Trumpet Phillip Wafford. Trumpet 5th row: Belinda McCleod. Clarinet Vanessa Harris. Trumpet Kim West. Clarinet Donna Armstrong. Clarinet Teresa West. Clarinet Terry Thomas. Trumpet Leigh Hood. Trumpet Maurice Canady. Percussion Regina Peppers. Trumpet Jill McBrayer, Trumpet Byron Burbanks. Percussion Chuck Bearden. Percussion Doug Nelson. Percussion Billy Woodham. Percussion Paul Shell. Trumpet 6th row: James Minor, Trumpet Jim Sweitzer. Trumpet Johnny Ogle. Trumpet Gary Wehrsein. Percussion Mike Doyle. Percussion David Hawkins. Amp Roy Witcraft. Bass Jeff Chandler. Tuba. 88Marching Band Right to loft: 1st row: Renona Ellis. Majorette Shawn Gaither. Majorette Cindy Webb. Majorette Lela Mitchell. Majorette Kathleen McCrickard. Drum Majorette 2nd row: Patrica Campbell. Flog Neilene Tate. Flag Janice Dean. Flag Janet Gentry. Flag Bain Whitten, Flag Dewayne Traylor. Flag Dedra Martin. Flag Gwen Jones. Flag Susan White. Flog Beth Garrison, Flag 3rd row: Caylo Campbell. Flute Linda Carter. Clarinet Myrna Mashburn. Clarinet Melisa Hilley. Clarinet Rhonda Eller, Clarinet Cheryl Blackman. Clarinet Penny Goutney. Clarinet Tressy Edmonds. Clarinet Todd McIntyre. Saxophone Connie Thacker. Bells Lori Ogle. Clarinet Lori Champion. Saxophone Pom Hoymon. Flute Celeste Smith. Saxophone Dallery Whitmire. Flute 4th row: Mari Evans. Flute Serena McComy. Flute Melanie Luther. Flute Dona Miller. Flute Tammy Ham. Clarinet Spencer Kilgore. Trombone Andy Hammer. Saxophone Tammy Oliver. Saxophone Chris Darden. Saxophone Beth Bryant. Saxophone Sandy Chastain. Clarinet Kurt Quiggly, Trombone Craig Butler. Trombone Selina Edmonds. Baritone Roslyn Hambrick. Flute 5th row: Marsha Howard. Flute Kevin Morrow. Trumpet Steven Moody. Trumpet Keith McGuire. Trumpet Craig Patterson. Trumpet Denise Cagle. Trumpet Paul Shell. Trumpet Deonna Cox. Trombone Melanie Boatwright. Trombone Jonathon Askins. Percussion Scott Rains. Trombone Jon Campbell. Trombone Jeff Williams. Trombone Scott Sprouse. Baritone 6th row: Phillip Prater. Trumpet Mike East, Trombone Eddie Lyles. Trombone David Bean, Trombone Lee Stanfield. Trombone Bill Bolding. Trombone Bobby Walters. Tuba Jon Hearn. Tuba. 89Rags: Lori Fleming. Leenn McClendon. Teresa Prickett. Petrica Campbell. Janice Dean. Amy Dean. Christi Painter. Karen Stone. Paula Arnold. Janet Gentry. Pam Karr. Sue Ellen Stanley. Norma Bledsoe. Dedra Martin. Dewayne Traylor. Bain Whitten. Neilene Tate. Susan White. Gwen Jones. Beth Garrison — Head. 90 Majorettes: Cindy Webb. Shawn Gaither. Michelle Oliver. Lela Mitchell. Renona Ellis. Melody Carr — Head. Gina Gordon. Cheri Richey.Rut s: Melanie Luther. Pam Haymon. Dalarie Whitmire. Roslyn Hambrick. Marsha Howard. Sarina McCamy. Dana Miller. Mari Evans. Cayla Campbell. Identification Unit: Pam Haymon. Lori Ogle. Susan Chastain, Lisa Hilley. Dalarie Whitmere. Rhonda Eller. Tammy Ham. Roslyn Hambrick. Mernia Mashburn. Dana Miller, Linda Carter. ALBERTVILLE, ALABAMA " OF SAND MOUNTAIN ”Aggie Rhythm Beats Them All! Percussion: Doug Nelson. Tina Sims. Billy Woodham. Connie Thacker Michael Doyle, Johnathon Askins Maurice Cannady G ary Weherwien. Byron Burbanks. Chuck Bearden. Kim Lindsey. Renee Riddle. 92Low-Brass: Roy Witcraft. Dan Sampson. David Hawkins. Bobby Walters. Jeff Chandler. Trombones: Kurt Quiggley Selina Edmonds. Scott Sprouse. Melonie Boatwright. Craig Butler. Lee Stanfield. Eddie Lyles Mark East. Jon Paul Campbell. Jeff Williams, Scott Rains. Deonna Cox. Bill Bouldin. John David Bean. Spencer Kilgore. 93Clarinets: Donna Armstrong, Leeann Blackmon. Lori Ogle. Lisa Hilley. Christy Sims. Susan Chastain, Jill Cornelious. Belinda McLeod. Kim Swords. Regina Peppers. Beverly Gore. Cheryl Blackmon. Tamilee Perry Linda Carter. Mernia Mashburn, Sandy Chastain. Penny Gautney. Christi Arnold, Elizabeth McClendon. Marla Powers. Tammy West. Rhonda Eller, Lori Parton Tammy Ham. Cynthia Canterbury. 94Trumpets: Kevin Morrow. Keith McGuire. Phillip Prater. Mariann Milner. Kathy Webb Tina Poole. Jean.ne Smith. Steven Moody. Craig Patterson. Vanessa Harris. Paul Shell, Phillip Wafford. Roger Armstrong. Kerry NeSmith. Jill McBrayer. Leigh Hood. Regina Peppers. Jim Sweitzer. Laura Chandler. James Minor. Doug Bearden, Randy Darden. Terry Thomas. Johnny Ogle. Denise Cagle. Paul Jackson. 95Sergeant James Gunter. Sergeant James Bonds. J.R.O.T.C. Instructors The R.O.T.C. program is a national program which is designed to cultivate citizenship characteristics of high school students. The program is an important step toward future success in a student's career planning. It provides students the opportunity to develop leadership and management abilities through study and practical application while learning responsibility, discipline and self-control. In addition, the program sponsors rifle, drill and orienteering teams to supplement leadership and foster competitive spirit. R.O.T.C. offers the student a better opportunity of achieving career goals. Colonel Norman Propes.Sponsors Martha Hard. Fonda Formby. Leigh McElrath Lor-rie Ogle. Donice Gray. Vicki Johnson. Lori Champion. Kelly Campbell. Ellen Glassco. Kim Shad-inger. Amy Dean. Kathleen McCrickard. Cindy Edmondson Sue Ellen Stanley. Sarah Narveson. Laura Maddox. Cadet Officers Mike Shell. Russel Cartee. William Henry. Richard McCullars. Noel Engleman. Mitch Bailey. Kelvin Gardner. Jeff Marshall. Tim Jarmon. Landon McCoy DeWayne Smith. Joe Smith. Randall Smith. Brad Conquest. John Floyd. Phillip Collett. Terry Shell. James Orr. Sandra Edwards. 97A Company Headquarters Noel Engleman Amy Dean. James Orr, Mike Ingram. I st Platoon Cindy Edmonson. Charles Centers. Craig Holland. Gathan McCrickard. Paul Jackson. Gary Orr. Mark Jones. Steve Matthews. Paul Brown, Bernie Black-well. Ronald Champion. 2nd Platoon Lori Ogle. Phillip Collett. Chris Burgess. Jimmy Mil-ley. Wayne Christian, Chuck Wells. Craig Patterson. Roger Tabor. Kermit Hall. Chris Henson. Phillip Tucker. Chris White, Barry Snellings. 98 3rd Platoon Leigh McElrath. Dana Berard. Terry Stone Jeanell Ray. Tina McAllister Martin Chambers. Sonya Brown Cynthia Prickett David Parmer Joe Ennis Bill Jones. Tommy Smith.B Company Headquarters DoniceGray. Brad Conquest Randall Smith. Mitch Bopp. Jeff Hollingsworth. I st Platoon Laura Maddox Joe Williams. Travis Swords. Burnette Brown. Raymond Prickett. Kristi Sims. Roger Cagle. Randall Perry, Gary Dunn. John Orr. Jeff Turner. Rayford Kirby. Judy Hollis. Brian Lee. 2nd Platoon Steven Baldwin. Donnie Shaw, Donnie Sparks Denny Stone Richard Whitehead. Phillip Wofford Billy Mikel Barry Swords Randy Rives Scott Currie. 3rd Platoon Kim Shedinger. Georgann Shavers. Jeff Clines Alan Childress Scott McKee Ronald Burgess Lisa Ann Waters Margaret Whitehead Tammy White head. 993rd Platoon Fonda Formby. Neal Morton. Toney Cassels, David Mastin, Jeff Mashburn, Bruce Benefield. Robert Allbritten, Kathy Tabor Stacy Garmon. Norman Darden. C Company Headquarters Martha Hard. John Floyd. Keith Southern. Steve Benefield. Sandra Edwards. I st Platoon Vicki Johnson. Richard McCullars, Sam Farr. Chuck Ellis. Darrell Morgan. Tommy Camp. Lori Champion. Jeff Marshall. Kevin Brown. Charo-lette Tims. Neal McCoy. Rodney Pope. Jerry Stanley. Scott Parker. Robert Mayes. Charles Parker. 2nd PlatoonD Company Headquarters Sue Ellen Stanley. Charles Synder. Tim Jarmon. Dewayne Smith. Teresa Jarmon. I st Platoon Sarah Narveson. Terry Shell. Mike Rice. Ronnie Davis, Alan Mathis. Paul Smith. Steven Sewell, Tim Simpson. Phillip Riddle Roger Armstrong. Steve Grogan. Terry Prickett. Tony Cain. Kurt Kaple. Tim Jones. Johnny Smith. Keith Williamson. Benson Conner. David McClendon. Randall Daugette. 2nd Platoon Kelly Campbell. Curt Head. Lisa Riddle. Chaney Tyra. Teresa Millican, Sandra Jester. Tina Beck. Burgess Jerome. Doug Richardson. Michael Neal. James Fletcher. Brown Kirk. Jeff Chandler, B. J. Taylor. Gene Holliday. 3rd Platoon Ellen Glassco. John Dunn. Jeff Miller, Johnny Adams. Dale Childress. Jeff Ray, Ray Daugette. Steve Barnett. Mike Davis. Steve Rogers, Benji Cain, Mike Stallings. Dana Bearden. Maudie Bolding. 101Battalion Staff Mike Shell. Russell Carfee. William Henry. Kelvin Gardner. Mitch Bailey. Shawn Yao. Color Guard Burnette Brown. Andy Watwood. Kristi Sims. Doug Pollard, Bret Slaton. Orienteering Team Mike Shell. William Henry. LeDon McCoy. Phillip Collett. Mitch Bailey. Jeff Marshall.. Richard McCullars. 102Drill Team Neal Morton. George Ann Shavers Charles Parker, Jeff Nashburn. Jeff Miller. Terry Stone Tony Cas-sels. Tim Simpson. Billy Michaels. Paul Smith. N.C.O. Club Kurt Kaple. Charles Snyder. Mitch Bopp. Steven Benefield. Shawn Yao James Fletcher, Ronald Burgess Donnie Sparks. Gary Dunn. 103 Jana Roa. Melinda Mitchell, and Donna Armstrong went to Chicago to participate in the FBLA national competition. A.H.S. Students Kit Darden. Burt Hendon Renona Ellis. DeWayne Smith. Ann Baker Michelle Oliver. Lena Masters, and David Hawkins went to Huntsville to participate in the District Science Fair. 104Travel Around $AE State Attendants: Bret Warren, Jenny Davis, Nancy Hardy, Chuclt Bearden. Melanie Luther, awarded excellent in solo and ensemble: Kathleen McCrickard. member of Red Band: Jenny Ogle, awarded excellent in solo and ensemble: Randy Darden, awarded excellent in solo and ensemble: Jon Paul Campbell. Red Band and awarded the John Philip Sousa Award. Lori Champion: attended a conference in Washington as a result of winning first place in the contest concerning her theme on Mainstreaming. Todd McIntyre: attended a conference as a result of winning a contest with his theme on government. Sarah Narveson: elected Alabama High School Press Association President. 105A.H.S. "Active" Student Karen Appleton, Blake Leeth. Renona Ellis, Donna Pearce, Leigh Hood. Beth Bryant, Kim Massey. Susan Hilsman, Jana Roe Susan White. Selina Malone. Doug Styke, Sponsor — Jane Smith. Teresa Canady. Cindy Edmondson. Leann Blackmon. Wanda Pearce. Becky Hanson. Leigh McElrath. Gina Gordon. Connie Thacker Mary Woodham. Jamie McKee. Kim Shadinger. Melanie Boatwright. Karen Stone. Sponsor — Richard Denham. Johnathon Askins. Chris Darden. Chuck Bearden. Scott Parker Jeff Jones. Alan Simmons. Mariam Haiges. Kit Darden. Richard Massey. Laura Maddox. Jeff Williams. Kelly Campbell. Chris Narveson Denise Cagle. This year Student Council strived to reach high goals by serving the students, teachers, and the community. Some of the projects included the blood drive, carnation sales at Christmas, a talent show, football program sales. Valentine's Day. Candygram sales at Homecoming Dance. Secret Pals, and a Powder-Puff football-game. They had several firsts this year including the Way Out West Dance, Student Leaders Day. and the Almost Anything Goes Olympic Night. Through these events the student council sought to fulfill its duties as the voice of the students. President, Teresa Canady 106Secretary. Leeann Blackmon Council 1980-198 Vice-President. Cindy Edmondson Volunteer Council: Donice Gray Sherri Richards. Tara Thompson Regina Peppers. Cindy Sims. Jana Parris Sue Jones Debra Collins. Ellen Glassco Mary Gary Tunda Sorter. Cmdy Kamp. Christi Arnold. Michelle Oliver Jane Tom, Tracy Honea. Jon Paul Campbell. John Floyd Noel Engleman. 107"Almost Anything Goes" The Student Council sponsored an athletic competition entitled "Almost Anything Goes." Clubs and groups of students were invited to participate with teams of ten. Admission was charged and the proceeds were given to Mr. Ed McCreless. Anna Bains and Valerie Clemons participate in the ping-pong thump. Kim Hopes races with a penny between her Icnees while Cameron Wilson and Mrs. Vasser watch. Student Council president Teresa Canady presides Shawn Yao competes in the penny drop, over the competition.198 I Scholars' Bowl Teams Albertville Team: Jim Callahan. Sandra McConnell. Debbie Willis, Bunny Bains, Blake Leeth. ’I Senior Division Winner: Donna Reeves. Sarah Narveson, Nancy Hardy. Teresa Canady. ’I Junior Division Winner: Randy Darden, Bain Whitten, Melanie Luther. John Walker. 109Junior Nati onal Honor Society The Junior National Honor Society is a club consisting of Freshmen with a 90 or above average. Under the guidance of Sponsors Judy Berry and Joanne Ellis, we collected toys for underprivileged children at Christmas. We had three guest speakers during our club meetings, and planned other projects for the year. We took fruit baskets to the Nursing Home. The members of the Junior National Honor Society consider this to be a very worthwhile club and a very successful year. COBURN Left to right: Sponsor — Joanne Ellis. Secretary Treasurer. Karen Stone: President. John Thomas: Parliamen-tarian. Cayla Campbell: Sponsor — Judy Berry. -. • | ft t ri ht- Melissa Hilley Janna Parris. Kim Brown. Alicia Young. Bain Whitten. Kristen Ramsey Anna Bains. Rose Story, Beth Neerman. Chris Darden John c' ll h 'n P triVsmith Billy Eubanks. Randy Darden. Second row: left to right: Sponsor — Joanne Ellis. Sandy Chastain. Sandy Chamblee Sandy Williams. Cayla r ;ni, nC c m p Parru Steven Biddle. Mark Stevens. Mike Ingram. John Thomas. Craig Butler. Alan Pannel. Beverly Spurgeon. Jay Robinson. Cindy Stanford. Campbe . r |cjerr, joe Ennis. Tommy Camp. Andy Hammer John Walker. Scott Sprouse. Sponsor — Judy Berry. noSponsor. Joyce Vasser: Chuck Bearden Parliamentarian: Secretary. Jan Baker: Vice-President. Brent Reeves: President. Kit Darden: Treasurer. Scott Rains. National Honor Society 111 Grace Williams, Jan Baker. Susan Hilsman Ann Baker Bunny Bains. Sandra McConnell. Sponsor — Joyce Vasser. Cheri Richey. Donna lambert Melissa Rice. Kit Darden. Teresa Canady. Robin Justice. Jamie McKee Lena Masters. Tammy Beck. Jim Parker Rusty Cartee Jeff Bright. Mike Shell. Mari Evans. Chuck Bearden. Brent Reeves Scott Rains. Stephanie Davis. Blake Leeth. Paul Trussell.Science Club The main function of the science club is to sponsor the Science Fair. This year forty-five projects were entered in the areas of biology, earth science, physical science, and engineering. Speakers came to discuss various careers in science including medical technology, college teaching, and nuclear power. We closed the year with a hike. Requirement for membership is being enrolled in an advanced science course with a "B'’ average in all high school science courses. Secretary. Susan Chastain: President. Chris Narveson: Treasurer, Kit Darden: Vice-President Bunny Bains- Chaplain Scott Rains. Sponsor. Jan Millican: Nancy Hardy. Jill McBrayer, Bunny Bains. Susan Chastain. Lena Masters. Kit Darden, Deonna Cox. David Perkins. Chuck Bearden. Rusty Cartee. David Hawkins. Shawn Yao. Curt Head, Blake Leeth, Scott Rains. Terry Thomas. Jeff Bright, Mike Shell. Jim Parker. Richard Nobis. Jason Whitten. Lori Champion. Chris Narveson, Noel Engleman. Ben Davis. 112Jtff Williams Stephanie Davis. Gwen Jones. Scott Rains. Noel Engleman. Chuck Ellis. Kurt Kaple Keith Southern Ben Davis. Chuck Bearden ena Masters. Bunny Bams. Sandra McConnell. David Hawkins. Mike Shell. Blake Leeth. Brent Reeves. Nancy Hardy. David Perkins. Chris Narveson Grace Williams. Terry Thomas. Cheri Richey. Beth Garrison Mari Evans Steve Mitchell. President Bunny Bains: Secretary. Brent Reeves: Treasurer Beth Garrison: Parliamentarian. David Hawkins Vice-President Mari Evens. Math Club Mu Alpha Theta is an honor society for math students in high school and junior college. In order to be selected for membership a B average must be maintained in advanced math courses. This year the club participated in the Marshall County Math Tournament held at Snead State Junior College. The club placed second overall, and Mari Evans placed first in individuals.Students in Act ion for Education The Students in Action for Education undertook many projects this year. Under the guidance of Pat Thompson and Patrica Smith and the leadership of Kit Darden, the club collected toys for deprived children at Christmas, hosted a District meeting, and taught two full days of this year. Several officers, sponsor, District Mr. SAE. Chuck Bearden, and District Talent Winner. Bret Warren, attended a State SAE Convention in Montgomery. SAE had a very exciting year and looks forward to many more. Secretary Lori Champion. Treasurer — Susan Chastain. Parliamentarian — Chuck Bearden. Vice-President — Jenny Davis. District Secretary — Mari Evans. President Kit Darden. Mari Evans. Bunny Bains. Jeff Williams. Stephanie Davis. Susan White. John Moore. Tom Sloan. Clay Johnson. Jim Parker. Jason Whitten. Jon Clines. Nancy Hardy. Karen Childress. Sherry Richards. Melody Carr. Teresa Canady. Kit Darden. Susan Chastain. Scott Rains. Blake Leeth. Denise Allen. Dena McDaniel. Tara Thompson. Jenny Davis. Lori Champion. Cindy Edmonson. Tammy Drain. Michelle Oliver, Vanessa Harris. Denise Cagle. Lizabeth McClendon. Gwen Jones. Cheri Richey. Ellen Glasco. Tracy Honea. Sue Ellen Stanley. Jonathon Askins. Paula Arnold. Teresa Prickett. John Floyd. Cynthia Canterberry. Richard Nobis. Mike Shell. Ben Davis. Chuck Bearden. Chris Narveson. Steve Mitchell. Terry Thomas.President, Melody Carr; Treasurer. Maria Clark: Parliamentarian. Glennis Primm: Secretary. Sherry Segers: Vice-President. Kelly Campbell. Sponsor. Mrs. Mary Thrasher (not pictured). Nike 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 1980-81 Nike Club helped with the Heart Fund Drive and made contributions to help needy families. , _ . . ix,, | e||v Campbell. Shelia Harrell. Freda Rogers. Melody Carr. Patricia Phillips. Cindy McCullars. Pam Harris. Wanda Pearce. Angie Watson. Angel Be ue. Laura ■ Cindy McCullars. Julie Ferguson, Becky Hanson. Kay Benefield. Robin Freeman. Donna Pierce. Marsha Lang, Beth Bryant. Lela Mitchell. Glennis ri Selina Martin, Paula Arnold.Letterman's Club This year the Letterman's Club is a continuation of the Athletic success at Albertville High School. In past years the Letterman's Club has donated money to charitable organizations such as Cystic Fibrosis. Crippled Children’s Fund. March of Dimes; they also built an All Purpose Bulletin Board for use of all students at Albertville High School. This year's Athletic Club raised money for continued success for all the athletes. A Faculty Basketball game was played in order to raise money to meet this year's goal. President. Bennett Oliver: Secretary. Kay Lang: Vice-President. John Moore. Alan Scott. Ellen Glasco. Sherry Richards. Kay Lang. Kim Shadinger Tara Thompson. Karen Appleton. Michelle Gaither. Lisa Harbison. Stephanie Davis. Buster Lend. Vance Towers. Sponsor — Vernon Wells. Brad Conquest. Marty Tidwell. John Paul Beck. John Thomas. Jon Clines. Shannon Mayhall. Brad Lang. David Benefield Steve Hayes. Leslie King. Steve Mitchell. Tracy Honea. Shane Roebuck. Sponsor — Georg Thorne. Jimmy Brooks. Bret Smith. Greg Wilson. Ernie Duffy. Jeff Bryant. Clay Johnson. Darrel Cooper. Bennett Oliver. Richard Nobis. John Moore. 116Library Club The Library Club is composed of past and present library assistants. The club holds regular monthly meetings. This year as its main project, the club participated in the community Christmas Angel Tree for needy children. President, Jena Roe: Vice-President. Bret Warren; Secretary, Melanie Guinn. Kneeling: I to r: Vanessa Hall. Sponsor — Jane Smith. Shan Sloan. Jennifer Wilder. Janine Smith. Standing: left to right: Sponsor — Hilda Gole. Sponsor — Patricia Smith. Melanie Guinn. Bret Warren, Richard Massey. Mike Hampton. Jana Roe. Randy Bodine. Kim Massey.M.chell Oliver. Tar Thompson. Renona Ellis. Jan Baker. Marsha Lang. Jenny Dav.s Teresa Ortei. Glennis Primm. Le.gh Hood. Maria Clark Regina Peppers. Sponsor — Nona Proctor. Vanessa Harris Tammy Bee Patt. Lusk Dan Sampson. Renea Kittle. Gma Gordon Beth Bryant. Patriaa Campbell. Tern Morrow. Lori Mays Melame Jones. Lon Champ.on, Billy Woodham. J.l McBrayer. Susan Corbin Tammy Drain. Debbie Shockley. Ricky Wh.tehead, Beth Croft. Regina Peppers. Denise Cagle Em.e Dubbs. Jim Parker Chris Moore. Chuck Ellis. Ronald Burgess. Blake Leeth. John Floyd. John Moore. Maurice Canady David Webb Chris Ponder John Dorsett. Chuck Bearden. Mike Shell. Secretary. Tara Thompson: President. Renona Ellis: Sponsor. Nona Proctor: Treasurer. Regina Peppers: Vice-President. Melanie Jones. Junior Civitans is a service club for young people. One purpose of the club is to practice citizenship among high school students. The club also serves the school and community in many ways. We have candy sales, car washes, and this year we helped the Downtown Action Association with an Easter Parade. The biggest project that the club had is working with the T.M.R. Class at school. We work with them individually and raise money to aid them. 118Future Business Leaders of America Future Business Leaders of America — but also leaders of today. 1980-81 was a very good year for F.B.L.A. At Home-comimg we had a truck for the top Tom-Wat salesmen, and a car for Mr. and Mrs. F.B.L.A. At Christrmas we donated food to a needy family and had a Christmas party. During the monthly meetings, we had business executives come and talk with us about their professions. We ended the year by participating in the "Almost Anything Goes’’ competition, and elected and initiated the F.B.L.A. officers for the 1981 -82 year. Bottom: left to right: Secretary. Jona Rowe: Reporter Rhonda Biddle: Parliamentarian. Francis Bolton. Top row: I to r: Treasurer, Paula Heaton: Chaplain, Joye Brown: Vice-President. Tammy McElrath; President. Teri Stone. First row: left to right: Paula Heaton. Donice'Gray. Susan Hilsman. Melinda Mitchell. Rhonda Biddle. Joye Brown. Teri Stone. Jana Rowe Tammy McElrath. Joy Gore. Linda McCreless. Francis Bolton. Janet Reed. Sponsor — Karen Gipson. Merilynn Scott. Debbie Cornelius. Sandra Neely. Annette Henry. Nina Harris Ben.ta Gauntey. Shelia Childress. Susan Canada. Laura Chandler. Lori Long, Charlotte Cleveland. Melissa Prickett. Melanie Jones. Ann Baker Janice Dean. Donna Armstrong Tracy Honea. I19Distributive Educational Clubs of America DECA is the student organization designed to develop leadership capabilities in Marketing and Distribution. It is nationally affiliated and helps students gain confidence through competency based instruction and competition on local, district, state and national levels. The Albertville chapter had two students. Cindy Kaple and Tanya Johnston, who participated in district competition. Tanya won first place in Food Marketing at district and also first place in state competition. She went to Anaheim. California to compete in the national CDC. Congratulations Tanya! and all Albertville High School DECA members. Sponsor — Wanda Sloan. Reporter. Denise Malone: Treasurer. Donna Pierce: Parliamentarian. Cameron Wilson: President. Jeff Smith. Sponsor — Wanda Sloan. Donna Pierce Denise Malone. Jamie McKee Laura Langley. Cindy Kaple. Robin Justice. Pat Richardson. Cindi Brown. Melva Jackson. Eddie Berry. Greg Pair. Cameron Wilson. Danny Reagan. Eddie Moman. Robin Freeman. Lisa Ward. Delano Cambron. Sarah Henry. Vicki Patterson. Sherry Stevens. Tonya Johntson. Jerry Paterson. Kelly McClendon. Gory Baker, Robie Mozley. Connie Partridge. Jeff Smith. Tara Woodruff.Rickey Lyles. Den Keylor. Deleetha Engle, Karren Richards. Sonya Cahill. Kim Thurman, Jeff Marshall. Miranda McCaffrey, Renee Barksdale, David Patterson, Gene Townson. Selina Rampey. Danny Young, Paul NeSmith. John Hudgens, Bruce Garmon, Ricky Daniels. Marvin Hart, Jeff Isbell. Javis Davis. Scott Mann, David Williams. Tommy Duckett, Mitch Bopp, Paul Trusell, Terry Howard, Gary Williamson. John Miller, Kenneth Johnson. Tammy Sampson, Patti Lusk. Sponsor — Richard Denham. Berry Swords. Clayton Williams. Karen Blackmon. Bridget Yancey. Randall Smith. Ken Young. Rickey Whitehead. Secretary. Deleatha Engle; Vice-President, Gene Townson; President. Ken Young: Reporter, Rickey Whitehead: Treasurer, Karen Blackmon: Parliamentarian. Miranda McCaffrey. Vocationa Industrial Clubs of America VICA is an organization for high school and postsecondary students enrolled in trade, industrial and technical education classes. VICA provides its members with leadership, training and recognition for excellence in craftman-ship. The Alabama Association has over 12,000 members with local clubs located in over 200 high schools and technical colleges. 121Future Farmers of A merican Sponsor. Rudy Hodges; Sponsor. Ricky Todd: Reporter. Jon Paul Campbell: Vice-President. Jim Parker; Secretary. Tom Sloan; Sentinel. Jon Todd; Treasurer, Terry Thomas; Assistant Secretary. Darrel Cooper. 3rd and 4th Year: Sponsor — Rudy Hodges Vance Towers. Jim Parker. Tom Sloan. Darrell Cooper. David Towers. Jeff Bryant. Shannon Mayhall. Brad Conquest. John Dorsett. Billy Sims. Jon Paul Campbell. Maurice Cannady. Terry Thomas. Bobby Walters. Jeff Harris. David Townson. Hugh Rains. David Webb. Clint Ponder Steve Mitchell. 122Second Year: Sponsor, Ricky Todd: Jon Todd. Greg Wilson. Joey Baker. Dion Rainwater. Brian Waldrop, Rodney Pope, Johnny Spurgeon. John Paul Beck. Scott Williams. Marty Tidwell. Alan Scott. Willie McCrary. Terri Prickett. Chuck Burgess. John Brown. Keith Cook. Bret Smith. Dana Bearden. Johnny Edwards. Bret Slaton. Joe Smith. Billy Chaffin. Pint Year: Sponsor. Rudy Hodges: Sponsor. Ricky Todd: Darrin Carnely. Jeff Gray. Keith Mann. John Thomas. Darrin Vansdant. Jerry Stanley. Randy Bodine. Paul Jones. Kevin Hanson. Chris Roebuck. Brad Lang. Wannie Bowen. Kenneth Edwards. Steven Stoker. Jeff Holsenback. Donny Charles. Allen Pennell Jim Temple. Wayne Stone. Johnny Abney. Heather Webb. Alice Parker. Trey Finlay. Mike Hampton. Maurice Canady. Brad Powell. Steve Hill. Shannon Kirby. Doug Pollard. Chuck Hester. Jay Robinson John Collins. Wesley Benefield. Ronnie Compton. Chuck Ellis. Scotty Tidwell. Ben Smalley. Todd Johnson. Jim Black. Chuck Sawson. James Lesley. Cyril Swatek Sid Sims. DeWayne Gilsman. Kevin Morrow Bob Correll. Clint Compton. Doug Stykes, Steve Hayes. Brad Hicks. Keith Canterberry. Joey Stanfield. Phillip Arnold. Marty Moon, Nickie Scott, Ernie Partridge. Jerry Jones. Johnny Harden. Brian Benefield. Mark Lawerance. Jeff Richards. Thad Thomas. Arnie Blackmon. Leslie King Steve Johnston. Phillip Cofield. Frank Mann. David Smith. Frank Bobo. Steve Sims. Darrel Count. Kent Brown. David Johnston. Mark Mann. 123Fellowship of Christian Athletes D°n'C CL r?Ulan Whit6 Maria Lori Champion. Gwen Jones Stephanie Davis. Tammy Drain. Kelly Campbell Jeff Clines Beth Bryant Debbie Shockley. Dana Miller. Shern Fricks. Susan Corbin. Gina Gordon. Connie Thacker. Greg Wilson. Jim Parker. John Dorset!. Jon Clines BennetkOliver. Steve Mitchell Clay Johnson. John Moore. Jason Whitten. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is composed of athletes and non-athletes who meet each Friday morning to share in the word of God. The FCA visited Douglas High in early fall to share with them their personal testimonies. The Christian Athletes also had guest speakers to share with them in experiences of others. Co-Captain. Debbia Shockley: Captain. Greg Wilson: Secretary Treasurer Kelly Campbell.Girls' Athletic Association The Girls' Athletic Association is comprised of girls in different sporting activities. The club promotes good sportsmanship and competitiveness. GAA consists of many members who have earned letters in various sports. The GAA club is quickly growing due to the fact that girls athletics is becoming more and more popular. Parliamentarian. Maria Clark: Secretary. Shawn Wilson: Reporter Jan Baker: Vice-President. Susan Hilsman. President. Kit Darden: Social Chairman. Marsha Lang- Treasurer. Ann Baker. Dawn Moon. Debbie Eubanks. Lena Masters. Lisa Reynolds. Teresa Pruitt. Kit Darden. Marsha Lang. Ann Baker Sue Williams Maria Clark, Melissa Rice. Lisa Robinson, Michele Hicks. Robin Roden. Susan Hilsman. Jan Baker, Beth Bryant. Shawn Wilson. Julie Furgeson, Kathy Webb, Kelly Campbell Sheila Jones. Denise Eaton. 125Future Homemakers of America One objective is to help youth assume their roles in society through Home Economics Education in areas of personal growth, family life, vocational preparation and community involvement. There are several purposes of FHA. Some of them are: To provide opportunities for self-development and preparation for family and commuity living and for employment: To strengthen the function of the family as a basic unit of society: To encourage democracy through cooperative action in the home and commun-tiy. Vice-President. Kelly Campbell: Treasurer. Lisa Harbison: Parliamentarian. Tammy Coby: Sponsor — Shirley Corbin: President. Jamie McKee: Reporter, Jenny Davis: Secretary. Tara Thompson: Devotional Leader, Becky Hanson: Recreational Leader. Key Benefield: Historian. Jan Baker; Sponsor — Jean Head. Angie Watson. Lori Mays. Tammy Coby. Kim Hooper. Robin Roden. Teresa Ortie. Selina Eddy. Denise Eaton. Barbara Hodges. Tammy Beck, Patty Lusk. Marsha Han-vey. Mary Hanvey. Pam Carr. Annette Hand. Donne Dunn. Gina Jordan. Becky Hanson. Debbie Eubanks. Scartlett Mayhell. Marsha Lang. Sponsor — Jean Head. Spon-sor — Shirley Corbin. Connie Hem. Pam Harris. Lisa Harbison. Sheila Harrell. Carrie Pierce. Sherri Fricks. Mariam Heiges. Marsha Howard. Kim Curry, Julie Ferguson. Beverly Spron. Cindy McCullars, Kay Benefield. Terrie Perry. Michelle Hicks. Anthonie Cordell. Christie Segars. Delena Cembron. Lisa Smith. Sarah Henry. Melanie Boatwright. Amy Dean. Jan Dean. Jenny Davis, Tara Thompson. Jamie McKee. Donna Jones. Selina Rampey. Jan Baker. 126Sherri Fricks, Marion Haiges. Lisa Oden, Angie Watson. Sara Lee Swatek. Scarlet Mayhall. Laura Maddox. Angel Belue. Kim Shadinger. Cindy Edmonson. Teresa Canady. Donice Gray. Mari Evans. Jeff Williams. Stephanie Davis. Sponsor: Jane Adams. Scott Barksdale. Leann McClendon. Kim Massey. Tracy Howard Kelly Campbell. Dewayne Smith. Allison Davis, Karen Appleton. Lisa Herbison. Noel Englemon. Jason Whitten. Clay Johnson. Jim Parker. Darryl Cooper. Carrie Pierce. Tammy Coby. Curt Head Mike Allen. LaDon Hilley. Tim Kennamer. Connie Thacker Jon Campbell. David Foreman, Chuck Bearden Tom Sloan. Cayla Campbell. Terrie Morrow, Vanessa Harris, Melissa Hilley, Bunny Bains. Karen Stone Christ! Painter Melanie Boatwright. Richard Nobis. Shawn Yao. David Hawkins. Amy Dean. Grace Williams. Lisa Reynolds. John Wilson. Sponsor, Jane Adams. Secretary. Kelly Campbell: President. Mari Evans. Vice-President. Teresa Canady. Par liamentarian. David Hawkins. Treasurer. Connie Thacker. Interact The Interact Club is a service club and Explorer Post sponsored by the Albertville Rotary Club. All members must maintain an overall B average, participate in school activities, and remain in good standing with the school. Highlights of the 1980-81 year were: Winning second place in the Explorer Olympics. Initiation Toga party. Skiing trip to Gatlinburg. attending the District Conference at Joe Wheeler State Park, and sponsoring a team in the Albertville High School "Almost Anything Goes' 127Club Cars Highlight Homecoming Parade! 128Spanish Club — jMagnifico! Annette Henry Renee Smith. Shewnee Hardeman Susan Rice Debbie Eubanks Sandy Williams Jana Parris Annette Hand Tammy Ham. Sue Williams. Paul Shell Kim Lowery Nancy McClendon. Denise Eaton Stacy Walker. Elizabeth Neely Denise Engle. Stephanie Davis Melissa Rice Shawn Wilson. Selma Eddy Dan Sampson Sarah Narveson Cindy Kaple. Janet Gentry Bill Eubanks Sherry Richards Teresa Pruitt. Donna Jolley Donna Reeves Leeanna Adams. Kim Shadmger Ricky Martin. Lisa Irwin Brenda Pell Brenda Diviney Sponsor- Cathy Teal Beverly Dorsett. Sherry Eller Ellen Glassco Todd Taylor. Tracy Baker. Justin Wade. David Foreman. Mark East Gene Smith. That describes in one word the activities of the Spanish Club this year. Dinner at various Mexican restaurants was enjoyed by members, as well as the annual Christmas fiesta, complete with traditional food, songs, and pinatas. Several students attended Foreign Language Day" at Auburn University, while second year students enjoyed a Spanish Flamenco Ballet performance, a "home-cooked" Mexican meal, and the exciting Birmingham Festival of Art's salute to Mexico. And finally, rounding out the year, club members attended the convention of the Alabama State Federation of Spanish Clubs. Viva el Espanol! President: Jenet Gentry. Vice-Pr®S‘dent: Cindy Kaple Secretary Treasurer: Shawn Wilson. Reporter: Selma Eddy.Wind Sketches Wind Sketches is Albertville High School's literary magazine. It publishes student's original poetry, prose, art, and photography. Begun in 1978, Wind Sketches has achieved state recognition. In addition to student submissions, the magazine also publishes the winners of the Hour Study Club poetry contest. Wind Sketches provides an opportunity for students to see their work in print and furthers literary creativity. 130Devil's Advocate The Devil's Advocate held a summer workshop to teach new staff members the basics of putting a newspaper together. Several regional workshops, as well as one state-wide workshop, were held for newspaper staffs. During club periods, films were shown and students were taught the fundamentals of journalism. After attending the annual spring journalism convention at the University of Alabama in March, the year was brought to a conclusion with a staff banquet, and the presentation of individual awards. Associate Editor: Sara Narveson. Editor: Sandra McConnell. Editor: Rhonda Biddle, Business Manager: Jim Callahan. Randy Darden. John Callahan. Kim Bright, Patrick Smith, John Walker, Rhonda Biddle. Sandra McConnell. Dorothy Coy, Kim Shell. Jim Callahan. Kim Hooper Angie Watson. Sponsor: Cay Martin. Bill Bouldm. Jeff Mitchell. Sarah Narveson, Spencer Kilgore. Beth Taylor. Noel Engleman Tracy Howard. Bill Colvin. Lisa Erwin. Mary Gary. Tammy Coby. Sue Williams. Lori Todd. Sue Williams 131Keith McQuire: Radio-Television. Tim McCaffery: Machine Shop. Mike Williams. Carpentry. 132Bobby Johnson. Grady Shell, Kevin Brown. Jeff Knight: Drafting. David McClendon. Craig Salvage - Machine Shop. Tim Moman, Rick Jones: Masonry. David Morgan: Electronics. 13398 Mountaineer Staff Editor, Mari Evans. Business Manager, Brent Reeves. 134Staff Members: Kelly Campbell. Selina Martin. Tammy Coby. Bunny Bains. Rose Story. Terri Morrow. Cayla Campbell. Susan White. Debbie Willis. Stephanie Davis Grace Williams. Tara Thompson. Patricia Phillips. Karen Bunch. Nancy Hardy. Karen Appleton. Allison Davis. Paul Shell. Teresa West. Trey Finlay. Connie Ham. Sherr. Fricks. Susan Corbin, Jeeny Davis. Melissa Hilley. Vanessa Harris. Lori Fleming. Mari Evans, Brent Reeves. Advisor: Catherine Brasher.26137Sophomore Section: Editor: Deborah Wilkes. Cindy Stanford Patricia Phillips. Senior Section: Nancy Hardy Stepha nie Davis. Editor: Bunny Bains. 1391 98 0 Homecomi ng Attendants Top row: left to right: Debbie Shockley Becky Hanson Anna Bains Marion Haiges Melonie Jones Bottom row: left to right: Martha Hard Donna Pierce Jan Baker Glennis Primm144 Harvest Hop 1980 After the Homecoming Game, AHS students took shelter from the rain in the decorated Student Lounge. The weather didn't dampen spirits as couples danced to the music of France, featuring Alice Martin, a 1980 graduate of AHS.Cupid Celebrates at Valentine Dance 198 ISenior Personalities Kneeling: left to right: Selina Martin Marsha Lang Mari Evans Standing: left to right: Susan Hilsman Susan Chastain Sheila Childress David Hawkins Steve Mitchell Robin Freeman Chuck Bearden Not pictured: Chris Ponder Chris Moore Clay Johnson Jim Temple 146Junior Personalities I Seated: left to right: Scott Stanfield John Thomas Darryl Cooper Marty Tidwell Standing: left to right: Ellen Glasco Sara Lee Swatek Laura Maddox Kelly Campbell Jenny Davis Tracey Howard Not pictured: Steve Hayes Eamie Duffy 147Sophomore Personalities Seated: left to right: Scott McKee Connie Ham Carrie Pierce Lisa Oden Scott Rice Standing: left to right Chuck Burgess Kim Massey Randy Benefield Connie Thacker Trey Finlay 148 - Freshmen Persona liti es Lett to right: John Pall Karen Stone Alan Simmons Kristi Painter Steve Hill Kim Hooper Aleasha Young Not pictured: Brad HixAll Hard Work Must Begin 151The Royal Procession So Fine 152155Sen iors Score With a Stupendous Second " " An evening spent with the Walnuts" raised the question, "Who shot J. B.?" Columbian was called upon to do the detective work and revealed many family skeletons, but it was J. B.'s own accusation from his casket that revealed the killer. 136Junior ci ass Takes a Voyage on Love Boat r The Love Boat crew joined the castaways on Gilligan's Island after a shipwreck. Gilligan showed his usual expertise in aggravation with all the passengers. which included President Reagan and his wife. But things turned out well when all were rescued and there was a big "Celebration." 157M A S H Was a Scene in "Khaki i i G reen r A letter home from Korea was the theme for this skit. The letter contained details of a beauty contest with "Clinger" and "Hot Lips' as finalists. The judges. Radar" and the Father, were offered bribes and their consciences plagued them, but all ended early when "Radar" heard "choppers." 158Freshmen Finish a Fantastic First Cheri Richey, Tom Sloan Senior Favorites Jan Baker, Bennett Oliver Martha Hard, Ken Young 160161 Kit Darden, Jon Paul Campbell Buster Land A.H.S. King 162A.H.S. Queen — Sherry Richards 163Cameron Wilson Joy Gore I Leanna Adams, David Benefield Kim Gilbert, Shannon Mayhall Kingsman Jim Parker Princess Renona Ellis 166Kingsman Tracy Honea Princess Donna Pierce 167 Tara Thompson, Greg Wilson Angel Belue, Leslie King Charlotte Cleveland, Joey Baker Brad Lang Sophomore Favorites Tyler Galloway Miriam KelleySen ior Beauty Lesa Bryant Junior Beauty Melonie Jones 70Marion Haiges, Scott Barksdale Kay Lang, Mark Compton173 Doug StykeI st row: Vance Towers Jamie McKee Jim Parker Valerie Clemmons Shannon Kirby Jan Baker Bennett Oliver Tracy Honea Kay Lang Mark Comptonand Favorites 1st row: Sherry Richards Greg Wilson Brad Lang Lesa Bryant Tara Thompson Melonie Jones John Moore Gina Gordon Cheri Richey Kit Darden Jody Wooten Tom Sloan Jon Paul Campbell 2nd row: Mike Hanson 3rd row: Scarlett Mayhall Marion Haiges Melody Carr Brad Powell Scott Barksdale David Benefield Doug Styke Donna Pierce Leanna Adams Ken Young Miriam Kelley Cyril Swatek Martha Hard Renona Ellis Kristen Ramsey Jeff Bryant Glennis PrimmBeth Bryant, Keith Rhodarmer Freshmen Favorites Scarlett Mayhall, Brad PowellKristen Ramsey, Cyril Swatek Anna Bains, John Thomas Mark Stephens Valerie Clemons, Shannon KirbyPhotographs and Memories was an appropriate theme for the Junior-Senior Prom. The atmosphere was one of romance and candlelight and the air was charged with excitement. These feelings, along with the fresh flowers and live music, added up to a very special evening. Photographs and Memories of the Prom '8 I 178Master of Ceremonies: David Benefield Renona Ellis presents the Seniors Last Will and Testament. 179Cream N Sugar Sweetened Up Our Fun 180181A.H.S. 1981 J.R.O.T.C. Military Ball Colonel Propes presents Queen Sue Ellen Stanley with roses. Head Sponsor Shawn Gaither is presented with roses by Colonel Propes. Kit Darden and Batallion Commander Mike Shell.18,-08, w°Jd S0D0!d ,N, s+!8Football Squad 1980 Bottom: I. to r.: Chuck Wells. David Benefield. Jeff Stripling. Steve Hayes. Jason Whitten. Clint Compton. Mark Compton. Steve Mitchell. Clint Whisenant. Mike Allen. Willie McCrary Brad Lang. Randy Benefield. Jon Clines. John Thomas. Shannon Mayhall. Scotty Rice. Marty Tidwell. Bennett Oliver. Trey Powell. Jeff Bryant, Scott Quigley. Chris Crews. Allen Scott. Wayne Whisenant. John Moore. Jerome McCrary, David Perkins, Gene Smith. Brad Conquest. Clay Johnson, Darrell Cooper. Lee Stanfield. Shawn Yao.Experience Needed to Do the Job Right Seniors: I to r: Wayne Whisenant. Chris Crews. Steve Mitchell. Jon Clines, Jason Whitten. Clay Johnson, John Moore. Bennett Oliver. Gene Smith.Aggies Put an Extra Foot Forward We They Fort Payne 27 0 Arab 14 6 Talladega 10 14 Boaz 33 0 Scottsboro 7 12 Anniston 27 30 Emma Sansom 3 20 Gadsden 0 27 Etowah 33 13 Guntersville 21 7 189Johnson makes the pass complete Clines runs the ball Aggies Keep the Ball Moving 190 Clines and Lang look on with interest Whitten back for the pass OksoI 80 Bottom: I. to r.: Tom Sloan. Buster Lend. Johnny Griggs. Shane Roebuck. Jonathan Spjrgeon. Joey Baker Ernie Duffey Mike Hampton. Clay Johnson. Greg Wilson. Jason Whitten. Jimmy Brooks. Basketball Schedule Douglas Boaz Tournament Guntersville Arab Boaz Scottsboro Etowah Brewer Guntersville Brewer Gadsden Cullman Arab Boaz Douglas Grissom Gadsden Cullman Etowah County Tournament Grissom Scottsboro Regional Tournament All County: Shannon Kirby. Tom Sloan. Jim Parker. All Region: Jim Parker. 1911921980-81 Girls' Basketbal We They DAR 59 46 Arab 32 31 Douglas 32 20 Crossville 32 46 Guntersville 36 29 Arab 44 51 Crossville 39 33 Boaz 35 18 Scottsboro 47 40 Cullman 39 40 Brewer 49 55 Guntersville 36 37 Brewer 34 55 Scottsboro 48 52 Cullman 51 44 Arab 38 30 Boaz 40 24 Guntersville 50 30 Arab 37 47 Arab 29 30 195 All County: Ann Baker, Kit Darden Jan Baker. All Region: Kit Darden.Girls Capture 2nd in County Clark steals the ball. Hilsmen taking it up the court. Darden up for the rebound. Clark shoots for two. 196Jr. High Basketball Participants in the Special Olympics L. to r.: David Jolley. George Lemley. John King. James Grindle. Mari Evans. Glenton Anderton. Chris Heard. Lisa Stevens. Melissa Malone. Angela Lemley. 197B-Te am Basketball Bottom: I. to r.: Lee Vines. Chuck Ellis. Doug Styke. Darrin Vansandt Norman Darden. Jody Wooten. Joe Smith. Chuck Burgess. Kirk Minor. Keith Southern. Mike Williams. Roger Cagle. Kevin Brown, Burnett Brown. 198Varsity Cheerleaders The Albertville varsity cheerleaders attended a camp at Auburn. They won blue ribbons for excellence and they won a spirit stick. The cheerleaders did an excellent job getting the spirit going at AHS. L. to r.: Michelle Gaither. Ellen Glasco Tara Thompson. Karen Appleton. Sherry Richards. Kim Shadinger Kay Lang Lisa Harbison. Sherry Richards, Head, Sr., 2 yrs. 199Tara Thompson, Jr., I yr. Michelle Gaither, Soph., I yr. Kim Shadinger, Jr., I yr. Karen Appleton, Soph., I yr.Lisa Harbison. Soph., I yr. Kay Lang, Soph.. I yr. Gay Taft, Jr., I yr., Angel Epperson, Soph., I yr.: Alternates Sponsor: Sue Couch980Girls' Volleyball Captures Count Bottom: I. to r.: Kit Darden. Ann Baker, Jan Baker. Shewn Wilson. Maria Clark. Marsha Lang. Susan Hilsman. Robin Roden. Michelle Hicks. Melissa Rice. Kelly Campbell. Kay Benifield. Denise Eaton, Coach Maynard. Schedule Arab Guntersvllle Etowah Douglas Boaz Emma Samson Arab Guntersville Douglas Emma Samson DAR Boaz County Tournament Anniston Etowah Region Tournament 202Title and Place Second in Region Hicks bumps the bell beck. Clerk sets it up. Eeton tries for the bell. Benefield returns bell.198 I Baseball Team Bottom row: I. to r.: John Callahan. Jody Wooten. Chip Pinkard. Joey Baker. Middle row: I. to r.: Bert Coe. Chris Moore Clint Ponder Chuck Wells. Back row: ♦o r.: Lanney Baugh Mark Stevens. Jim Parker Jason Whitten Jonathon Askins Gary Wehrwein. Jeff Bright Coach Moore. 1981 Baseball Schedule: Sardis Gadsden Region Playoffs Southside Boaz Scottsboro Guntersville Scottsboro Sardis Etowah Talledega Gadsden Anniston Cullman Marshall County Cullman Emma Sansom Boaz Scottsboro Arab Southside Arab Emma Sansom Etowah Guntersville Tournament 204Pitchers: I. to r.: Bottom: Jody Wooten Chuck Wells Bert Coe. Top: lan-ney Baugh Jonathon Askins Mark Stevens. 205Boys' Track — County Champs 1st row: I. to r.: Mike Hearn. Johnny Hardin. Jonathan Hearn. Bobby Brown. Ken Baker. Boo Boo Swatek. Maurice Williams. Mike Gentry. 2nd row: Coach Thorne Eric Bailey. Benji Cain. Tim Moman, Ernie Duffey. Steve Mitchell. John Moore, Mike Shell. Chris Roebuck. Ben Brown. 3rd row: Shane Roebuck. Greg Wilson Shawn Yao. Mark Compton. Bennett Oliver. Randy Benefield. Scotty Rice. Scott Barksdale. The Boys’ track team won 25 meets and lost 4. The Aggies won the county title, placed 2nd in the district, and 3rd in region. I jf- -■ 207Swatek jumps over tha hurdle easily. Brown strives to win. 208 Woman finishing first. Duffey over the bar with ease. 209 Brown crosses finish ng lire f rst. Roebuck throws the caucus. All County and All Region Track Members:to r.: Bottom: Mike Hearn Mike Shell. Top: Steve Mitchell Richard Nobis Clay Johnson. Bennett Oliver Jon Clines John Moore Bobby Brown.Girls' Track Team L. to r.: Bottom row: Teresa Pruitt. Teresa Campbell. Stephanie Davis. Lena Masters. Dawn Moon. Donna Reeves Joann Moore. Middle row: Susan King Taye Dingier. Glenn is Primm. Kim Massey Sue Ellen Stanley Julie Ferguson Gina Jordan Sue Williams Renee Smith. Back row: Came Pearce. Marquita Fuller Dorothy Coy. Annette Henry. Debbie Eubanks. Susan Lang April Gipson. Shan Sloan. Denise Eaton Jeanine Smith. L. to r.: Bottom row: All-County and All-Region: April Gipson. All-County: Stephanie Davis. Debbie Eubanks. Top row: Dawn Moon, Marquita Fuller. Renee Smith. Sue Williams Joann Moore.981 Girls'Tennis Team L. to r.: Gayle Hannah Maria Clark. Lisa Reynolds. Cortney Campbell Denise Cagle. Kelly Campbell Kit Darden Marsha Lang Jan Millican Coach. Not pictured: Patricia Phillips Beth Croft. Schedule Opponent We They Boaz 4 5 DAR 2 7 DAR 4 5 Westminister 9 0 Boaz 1 8 Arab 4 5 Guntersville 9 0 Guntersville 7 2 Cherokee County 6 3 Cherokee County 6 3 Oneonta 9 0 Westminister 8 1 211 Senior Members: I. to r.: Kit Darden. Marsha Lang. Denise Cagle. Lisa Reynold .Pin him TraceyI P. row: Keith Canterbury Leslie King Shane P erce Brad Blackmon Johnny Masters Chris Narveson John Beer A: Temple. 8. row: A'an Whitley Tracy Honee David Perkins Mike Shell Mark Hopper Phillip Moman. Benji Cam Marty Moon Burt Hendon Jim Temple. The Wrestling team had its most successful season in several years. The team record this year was 7 wins and 7 losses. The Aggie wrestlers also captured the county wrestling championship this season. Seven Aggie wrestlers won individual county championships in their weight class. They were: Lesley King 119 Brad Blackmon 132. Shane Pierce 138 Jim Temple 145 Chris Narveson 155 Jeff Harris 167 Tracey Honea 185. Chris Narveson also placed 1st in the sectional wrestling tournament in Huntsville, and that was followed by placing 3rd in the state tournament.All-County: Jeff Harris Chris Narveson J Temp e Les' e K “-g. Wrestling Schedule Fort Payne Won Scottsboro Lost Arab Won Lee Lost Guntersville Won Southside Won Fort Payne Lost Arab Lost Anniston Won Walter Welburn Lost Arab Won Scottsboro Lost Lee Lost Guntersville Won 213"Powder Puff" — Juniors Outclass Seniors, 19-0 Junior Mayors: 1st row: Tara Thompson. Marianne Milner. Kathy Webb, Teresa Ortiz, le.gh Hood. Maria Clark. Regina Peppers. 2nd row: Sarah Swatek. Regina Amason. Jill McBrayer Lela Mitchell Tammy Coby, Gina Jordan. Miriam Kelly. Kay Benefield. Jenny Davis. 3rd row: David Benefield. Shannon Mayhall. Cindy Edmondson. Renee Smith. Laura Maddox. Darrell Cooper. Brad Lang. John Thomas. David Perkins. Jeff Bryant. 214Senior Players: 1st row: Susan Chastain. Sherry Richards. Jan Baker. Marsha Lang. Ann Baker. Sandra Edwards. Stephanie Davis Selina Martin. Kit Darden. 2nd row: Susan Hilsman, Beth Garrison. Melissa Rice, Gwen Jones. Debbie Shell. Sarah Henry. Connie Partridge, Cindy Morrow. 3rd row: Jon Clines. John Moore Gene Smith. Lou Coker. Lisa Reynolds. Denise Cagle, Lizbeth McClendon. Delana Cambron. Sandra Neely. Clay Johnson. Joselyn Brown. Jason Whitten. 2151980-8 I Rifle Team L. to r,: Rusty Carte© Dewoyne Smith, Aletha Hell, Terry Shell Kelvin Gardner The AHS Rifle Team completed another perfect season In the North Alabama Rifle League. This the 4th consecutive season they were North Alabama Champions. Their North Alabama record overall is 76 wins and no losses. In overall invitational matches including outside the state their record is 106 wins and 5 losses. Primary team members are Rusty Cartee, Kelvin Gardner, Dewayne Smith, and Terry Shell. Rifle Team's victories are: Johnson Athens Scottsboro Brewer Lee Huntsville Brewer Johnson Huntsville Boaz Boaz Lee Grissom Grissom Athens Scottsboro Sparkman Sparkman They placed 3rd in the Auburn Invitational and 2nd in the Chattanooga Invitational.Football Banquet 217Valedictorian — Kit Darden Kit achieved an overall average of 97.7. She plans to attend Campbell University on a partial athletic, partial academic scholarship, and major in nursing or physical education. She participated in many school activities — she was president of SAE. National Honor Society and GAA. was treasurer of the Science Club and was a Student Council representative for three years. She was on the volleyball team for two years, basketball team for three years and tennis team for one year. She attended Girls' State in 1980. and placed first in the 1981 Regional Science Fair. Behavioral Science division. At Class Night she received the Girls' Athletic Award. Outstanding Student Award, an SAE scholarship and her honor cord. .. We've learned a lot during our school years, but not just about science, math. English, and history. We've learned to laugh and enjoy life, we've learned to cry and hurt, we've learned when to speak up and when to shut up. we've learned when to listen and understand. we ve learned when to talk and explain, we've learned to accept some things as they are and to work to change others, we ve learned what true friends are. we’ve learned to stand up for what we believe, and we’ve learned how to live life to the fullest. We've done a lot of growing up these past years but we've still got a lot of growing up to do. We’ve made a lot of mistakes and will make a lot more. But by knowing when and how we ve made them we know hovy to prevent the same mistakes again . .Salutatorian — Mari Evans Mari Beth graduated with a 97.2 grade point average, and plans to attend Auburn University on an Alumni Academic Scholarship. Her plans are to major in interior design. She participated in many school activities, such as the marching band (section leader). Math Club. (Vice-President). Interact (President). SAE (District Treasurer) and National Honor Society. She was also the editor of the 1981 Mountaineer, and was a class personality for two years. Mari was a member of the girls tennis team for one year and was named All-County. She placed first in the individuals of the Marshall County Math Tournament and was on the ciphering team. Mari was also designated a National Merit Finalist. At Class Night, she received the chemistry award, the English award, the mathematics award. Best All-Around Girl, and her honor cord. "As we prepare today to leave the warm familiarity of Albertville High School and step out into the unknown, we are faced with a multitude of decisions, most of them concerning our futures. The past four years have told us much about our capabilities, our weak points, our interests, and our goals. We must interpret our findings into a realistic life plan, the blueprint for the person we wish to be . . . . . Not everyone can be good at everything. No one can achieve the highest mark at each endeavor — it just doesn't work that way. People are made with some weaknesses — it's part of the Master Plan for interdependence. If we could rely upon ourselves for every need, there would be no reason for interaction with others. If everyone achieved the same goals and held the same status on the success ladder, how would we measure our accomplishments?’’ 219Deserving Students Janet Gentry — Spanish award. Classroom Teacher s Association Scholarship Lena Masters — Biological Science Award. Honor Student. Academic Scholarship to Snead Tammy McElrath — Honor Student. PSI of KKI Scholarship Annette Sutton — DAR Citizenship Award. Honor Student. Ladies Civitan Club Scholarship Bunny Bains — Creative Writing Award. Scholarship to Converse College. Honor Student. Science Brent Reeves — Honor Student. Music Scholarship to Snead. Citizenship Award Receive Jeff Mitchell — Art Honor Student Art Scholarship to Birmingham Southern Tom Sloan — Agri-Business Scholarship Melinda Mitchell— B.O.E. AwardAwards at Class Sherry Richards — Golden Rule Award Honor Student. Snead Scholarship. Senior Cheerleader Donna Lambert — Accounting Award. Honor Student Jim Callahan — Woodmen of the World Amy Dean — Most Supportive Sponsor to the R.O.T.C. Staff Night Melanie Guinn — Library Award Jamie McKee — Honor Student FHA Award Teresa Canady — Honor Student President of Student Council. School Spirit 221Kathleen McCricIcard — Social Studies Award Honor Student. Academic Scholarship to Snead Rusty Cartee — Honor Student. Academic Scholarship to Snead. Superior Cadet Decoration Mike Shell — Honor Student, Sportsmanship Distinguished JROTC Cadet. Saber Award Academic Scholarship to Snead Sandra McConnell — Journalism award. Honor Student. McGraw Foundation Merit Scholarship. Wagner Scholarship. SCT Scholarship. University of Alabama Scholarship Mari Evans — English. Chemistry. Mathematics. Honor Student. All-Around Girl. Academic Scholarship to Auburn. Salutatorian Blake Leeth — Physics. Academic Scholarship to Snead. Honor Student Scott Rains — Honor Student. Golden Rule Award. John Philip Sousa Award. Academic Scholarship to Jacksonville Most Valuable Marching Band and Symphonic Band Member Jon Paul Campbell — John Philip Sousa Award. All-Around Boy. Agri-Shop Award Tammy Beck — P.E. Award. Honor Student. Academic Scholarship to Snead 222Forty Seniors Receive Honor Cords First row: Karron Richards. Donna Lambert Jan Baker. Melissa Rice. Tammy Beck. Lena Masters. Stephanie Davis. Cheri Richey, Sheila Childress. Penny Millican, Kathleen McCrickard, Jamie McKee. Second row: Beth Garrison. Kit Darden. Susan Hilsman, Joy Gore. Sherry Richards. Teresa Canady, Tammy McElrath. Sandra McConnell. Annette Sutton. Beth Taylor, Grace Williams. Third row: Ann Baker. Mari Evans. Debbie Willis, Bunny Bains. Robyn Justice. Donice Gray. Fourth row: Blake Leeth. Jeff Mitchell. Mike Shell. Brent Reeves, Chuck Bearden. Rusty Cartee. Jim Parker. Jeff Bright. Paul Trussed. Hard Work Rewarded With Scholarships First row: Ann Baker. Snead: Melissa Rice. Jacksonville- Tammy Beck. Snead: Lena Masters. Snead: Gwen Jones. Snead: Chen Richey. Snead: Kathleen McCrickard. Snead: Denise Cagle. Snead. Second row: Kit Darden. Campbell University: Susan Hilsman. Snead: Joy Gore. Snead: Sherry Richards. Snead: Tammy McElrath. College of choice: Bunny Bains. Converse College: Sandra McConnell. University of Alabama: Annette Sutton, College of choice. Third row: Mari Evans. Auburn: Debbie Willis. College of choice: Robyn Justice. College of choice: Donice Gray. Snead: Melody Carr. Snead. Fourth row: Blake Leeth, Snead: Jeff Mitchell. Birmingham Southern: Mike Shell. Snead: Brent Reeves. Snead: Rusty Cartee. Snead: Paul Trussed. Snead: Jeff Bright. Jacksonville. 223Susan Hilsman — Honor Student Sportsmanship. Academic Scholarship to Snead Jason Whitten — Athletic Award. Scholarship to Tulane Kelly Campbell — Fellowship of Christian Athletes Award Jim Parker — Honor Student, Athletic Scholarship to Snead. Dekalb Award Perfect attendance awards over four years: Susan White. Evelyn Davison. John Floyd. Marsha Lang. Ann Baker — Home Economics Award. Honor Student, Academic Scholarship to Snead 224R.O.T.C. Places First Again The R.O.T.C. program at A.H.S. placed first in their eight state region at the annual R.O.T.C. Inspection. They also received top honors. The department scored Hentical to last year. Mrs. Hagood Retires Jane Hagood has been teaching for 20 years, 18 of which have been here at A.H.S. teaching Alabama History and World Affairs. Prior to teaching here, she taught World History. American History and Alabama History for two years at Douglas. Mrs. Hagood plans to spend her retirement with her grandchildren. Her presence will certainly be missed here at A.H.S. 225AUTOMOTIVE PAINT SUPPLY P.O. Box 372 Hwy.431 Albertville, Alabama 878-7250 P.O. Box 217 Hwy. 431 Albertville, Alabama ALABAMA COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY BOB’S MEN'S YOUNG MEN'S SHOP 102 North Main Boaz, Alabama BOAZ PRINTING COMPANY Rt. 5 Box 247 Boaz, AlabamaALBERTVILLE NATIONAL BANK Our People Make the Difference "two locations to serve you" 116 Sand Mountain Drive — 509 Baltimore Ave. Albertville. Alabama — 878-4616ALL-TRONICSINC. 1015 Baltimore Avenue 878-5240 CORBIN'S FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE LAY AND WRIGHT OIL COMPANY Your Texaco Wholesaler For Products You Can Trust Gasoline Diesel Fuel Anti-freeze TEXACO Havoline Texaco Oils Industrial Oils Lubricants Mineral Spirit 101 Sand Mountain Drive Albertville, Alabama LARRY DUVALL, Owner Guntersville, Alabama Phone: 582-5601[Robert (9. JoA nson, Wedding [Photographer 3 G3 PORTRAITS COMMERCIAL NATURAL COLOR IBlt  THANKS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS John F. Corbin, Land Surveyor Gullahorn and Hare, Attorneys Dr. C. O. Wilkes, D.D.S. Dr. D. J. Evans, D.D.S. rDr. M. Russell Moultrie, D.M.D. Dr. Wayne Garrett, D.M.D. Dr. Joe D. Bonds, M.D. Dr. A. Finlay, M.D. Dr. Mauray Bray III, M.D. Dr. A. Lynn Luther, M.D., P.C Dr. M. B. Bray, M.D. Dr. J. K. Clemons, M.D., P.C. SAND MOUNTAIN FAMILY PRACTICE CENTERL. E. PAN KEY MOTORS 506 Highway 431 South Albertville, Alabama O.K. TIRE STORE 221 North Broad St. Albertville, Alabama Phone:878-0681 JACK GUINN ALLEN BRELAND Paints Wallcoverings 105 West Scott Avenue Phone:878-7657 MARVIN'S Albertville, Inc. Star Route, Smith Road Albertville, Alabama BUCK'S FACTORY OUTLET Highway 431 South Guntersville, Alabama Phone: 582-6772 PITTS INC. P.O. Box 394 Highway 431 Albertville, Alabama Phone:878-3923 BILL'S AUTO PARTS BOBBY'S AUTO PARTS 415 South Hooper Drive Albertville, Alabama Phone:878-0891 419 South Hooper Drive Albertville, Alabama Phone: 878-5060 235CENTRAL BANK Member FDIC Two Locations: 300 West Main and Marshall County Mall, Albertville, Alabama KENNETH W. GROSS Loan Officer Phone:(205)878-5700JACK'S FURNITURE STORE I 107 Baltimore Avenue Albertville, Alabama 878-4896 SCREENCO MFG., INC. 412 Glover Street Albertville, Alabama 878-9324 SAND MOUNTAIN MOBILE HOME SUPPLY 516 Highway 431 North Albertville, Alabama Phone: 878-2570 BRUCE GLASS CO., INC. MARSHALL TIRE APPLIANCE COMPANY Phone:878-5910 126 West M a in Street TERRY QUARLES TRIM SHOP Phone: 878-0950 Highway 43 I North Albertville, Alabama Highway 431 North Boaz, Alabama Phone: 593-8870 THE TRADING POST WESTERN STORE Boots by Justin Dan Post, Dingo, Acme Western Wear by Panhandle Slim Jeans, Shirts, Hats, Belts Saddles and Other Horse Equipment SUNBRITE CLEANERS Quality Merchandise At a Reasonable Price 407 N. Broad Street Albertville, Alabama 101 Scott Avenue Albertville, Alabama Phone: 878-1371NDERSON SHOE SHOP 103 Sand Mt. Dr. Albertville, Alabama 878-4392 tville, Alabama 878-9146 HENLEY MARKET Hw. 75 South Albertville, Alabama 878-5630 TION LINE GROCERY 1009 Section Line Rd. 8, I CHAMBERS' BOTTLING COMPANY Hwy. 431 South Albertville, AlabamaDARNELL PHARMACY 200 Sand Mt. Dr. Albertville, Alabama 878 7905 A Keyes Fibre An Areata Company 431 DISCOUNT SHOES Hwy. 431 South Albertville, Alabama 878 1289 Albertville, AlabamaFIRST STATE BANK Highway 431 Albertville, Alabama Phone:878-7220 nk, Member FDIC LESSLEY'S D ALBERTVILLE SENIOR C NIN0 J SCHOOLDon't Give 'Em to Thieves — Call Rives RIVES MOTORS Rt. 7 Wildhaven Drive Albertville, Alabama Home 205-878-0672 Office 205-878-6197 New Orleans, La. 504-366-431 I Beeper 504-527-7535BAIN'S MAGNAVOX HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER 200 North Broad St. Albertville, Alabama Phone: 878-6830KENNAMER MANUFACTURING P.O.Box 165 Guntersville, Alabama 878 5662 WHITT'S BARBECUE 900 Highland St. Albertville, Alabama 878 5213 COUNTRY CASUALS Eastwood Plaza Albertville, Alabama 878-5807 SIM'S BARGAIN MART FRANCES' SHOP 308 Hwy. 431 North 119 Sand Mt. Dr. Albertville, Alabama Albertville, Alabama 878-5687 878-5807 JENKINS'TRANSMISSION SERVICE Hwy. 431 North Albertville, Alabama 878-2901 CRAFT MOTORS 400 Pecan Ave. Albertville, Alabama 878 7020 LADSHAW MOTORS 623 East Main St. Albertville, Alabama 878 6592BRUCE FOREIGN CAR SERVICE Highway 431 Owner: BENNY DAY Albertville, Alabama Bus. Phone:878-1912 DOBSON’S Downtown Mall Albertville, Alabama Phone:878-3651 GARRETT'S TRUCK PARTS, INC. Compliments of Hwy. 431 North Albertville, Alabama PROFESSIONAL X-RAY ENGINEERING CO. 878-5111 ERLENE'S BEAUTY SALON 508 Baltimore Ave. Albertville, Alabama Phone:878-1471 THOMPSON PRINTING CO. 141 West Main St. Albertville, Alabama Phone:(205)878-2021 Office SuppliesDISCOUNT FURNITURE WORLD DANNY THRASH MOTORSLAKE CITY LANES Highway 431 South Guntersville, Alabama 582 3000 %§ pi N LAY PLAZA ' r(j Guntersville, Alabama Phone (205) 582-2860 WHITTEN'S Tt"Sh°p,or Albertville, Alabama UNCLAIMED BAGGAGE CENTER Highway 431 North Open Only 2 Days a Week Open Wed. 8-4 Sat. 8-5 ARCHER'S BOOK END WENDALL'S RESTAURANT 122 East Main Street In the Mall 878-3071 Hwy. 431 North Albertville, Alabama Phone: 878 9965 Congratulations Seniors — 1981 COURINGTON REAL ESTATE SAND MOUNTAIN POULTRY EQUIP. INCORPORATED P.o. Box 666 Albertville, Alabama 878 4281 FULLER GROCERIES 1200 Highpoint Rd. Albertville, AlabamaGAINES' FLORIST P.O. Box 52, Boax, AL 593-5211 R. B. WRIGHT MOTORS Hwy. 43 IN. Albertville, AL 593-3592 ALL-PHASE ELECTRIC SUPPLY Hwy. 431 Albertville. AL MOULTRIE DATSUN Hwy. 431 N. Albertville, AL 878-4390 SUN GAS LIQUIDS 308 E. Main St. Albertville, AL 878-3321 THEHAIRPORT 705 Miller St. Albertville, AL 1 878-2009 COOK'S PEST CONTROL Hwy. 431 N. Boaz, AL 878-5541 BOAZ-ALBERTVILLE PHARMACY Hwy. 431 Boaz.ALPAUL SMITH CHEVROLET Highway 43 I North Albertville, AlabamaTHREE LITTLE PIGS BOUTIQUE BILLY LOWERY MOTORS 118 North Broad Street Albertville, Alabama 878-3377 Highway 431 Albertville, Alabama 878-1950JOHNSON LUMBER COMPANYNATURAL PRODUCTS BY PEOPLE WHO CARE ABOUT YOU The Aloe Vera Company with Prescriptive Skin Care 301 West Main Street Albertville, Alabama 878-1860 }oZ (not to mention d uian, itcfiis., J ax, an {f)to pLE-tfi' you find your way I — Jlovz, PINK PLUM ANTIQUES and MEMORIES, KEEPSAKES Unusual Gifts, Dolls, Antiques, and "Little People" 6222 Highway 431 S. Guntersville, Alabama 582-6028 METAL TOOL INC. DIVISION NEALCO PRODUCTS INC. iii Albertville 878-8090 BLACK DECKER SERVICE CENTER Gadsden 543 3360 260Best of Luck to Seniors of '81 A H EQUIPMENT CO. GRABEN REAL ESTATE P.O. Box 485 810 Horton Road Albertville, Alabama Phone: 878-2272 Phone: 878-7722 BRIGHT'S QUICK STOP 504 Baltimore Avenue Albertville, Alabama Phone: 878-9940 FOSSETT AUTO GLASS COMPANY, INC. One of the largest stocks of Auto Glass in North Alabama. Unsurpassed Workmanship P.O. Box 344, Highway 43 I North, Albertville, Alabama 205 878-4100CHANDLER'S FABRIC SHOPCLEBURN OLIVER MOTORS INC. "We Sell Clean Used Cars" — ROBERT'S INTERIORS INC. Hwy. 43 1 North Boaz, Alabama 593 7826 SOUTHERN AGRI-SUPPLIES INC. Hwy. 75 North Albertville, Alabama 878 3521m GUNTERSVILLE SHEET METAL, INC. Best Wishes Senior Class of '81 SDIITHFRN family hftMFS • m n pliments ofWAREHOUSE SCHOOL SUPPLY Highway 431 North Albertville, Alabama Phone:878-1200 JUDY'S SANANN 100 Baltimore Avenue Albertville, Alabama Phone: 878-9966 D W TRACTOR Highway 431 .Albertville, Alabama Phone:878-1332A GOOD PLACE TO WORK SIMPSON BODY SHOP Hwy. 43 I South Albertville, AL 878-3675 MG6RAW-EDIS0N WAGNER 300 Wagner Dr. Boaz, AL 35957 593-7260 JENKINS AND JENKINS TRANSMISSION ALBERTVILLE CHURCH DIRECTORY BAPTIST CALVARY TEMPLE CARY RIGBY, 413 Highland Ave. ANTIOCH BAPTIST 130 First St. 878-4721 RAYMOND COOK, 134 First St. FIRST BAPTIST ALBERTVILLE mUMri.s.. DAVID G. ASKINS, 103 Sycamore Ln. 878-5585 MOUNT CALVARY BAPTIST 20, R„s.Rd. JIMMY TAYLOR, SR., 503 Honeysuckle Ln. SOUTHSIDE BAPTIST Sims Ave. 878-4293 BEN L. EDMONDSON, 1003 Ash St. 878-6685 878-7544 CHURCH OF GOD 606 Baltimore Ave. 878-2037 O'NEAL FRANKS, 606 Baltimore Ave. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH TRAVis A. WARLICK, P.O. 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