Albertville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Albertville, AL)
- Class of 1982
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LET’S ACCEPT EACH CARD THAT’S DEALTTHEN SUDDENLY, FIND A RIPPLE OF ENERGY, A FLASH OF INTUITION — A RADIANT RENEWAL!
We Are Guided by the . . .
18Senior Class Officers
You Win Some . . .
Dean, Janice Diviney, Brenda Dorsett, Beverly Dorsett, John Paul
You Lose Some.World Is Colored With Laughter
22Brightened By the Smiles of Friends
A Winning Hand
Of Lasting MemoriesThe Year Is Packed With
26A Conglomeration of Events and Activities
A Part of OurselvesWe Leave a Part of Ourselves Behind...
Stephens, Sherry Sumners, LeeAnn Swatek, Sarah Lee Swords, Barry
30As We Step into the Future
31Say it. . .
33This Is the Time to Walk Away
3435Officers Take on the “Panes”
Top Row Beth Bryant. Parliamentarian; Debbie Shockley. Vice-President. Bottom Row Scott Parker. President; Connie i nacKer, ocuouiy
Appleton. Karen Armstrong. Donna Baker. Tracy Banks. Kathy Barksdale. Scott Bates. Andy
36Juniors Are No Phone — y
Bearden. Daina Bearden. Mike Beck. John Paul Beck. Tina Benefield. Randy Blackmon. Lee Ann
Bobo. Jana Bodine. Randy Brown. Burnett Brown. Kevin Brown. Kirk Brown. Sonya
37“J” Is for JUNIORS
Bryant, Beth Bunch, Karen Burgess. Chuck Burgess. Ronald Cagle. Roger Cambell. Patricia
Compton, Clint Compton. Mark Cooper, Melissa Corbin. Susan
38“U” Is for UNBELIEVABLE
Cordell, Keith Croft, Jace
Cryar. Tom Darden, Norman
Davis, Allison Davis. Ronnie
Daughette. Randall Doyle, Michael
East. Mark Eddy, Selina
Eller, Ronda Eller. Sherry Ellis. Chuck Fennell. James Ferguson, Julie Finlay, Trey
39“N” Is for NEVER ENDING
Franklin. Tammy Fuller. Marquita Fricks. Sherri Gaither. Michelle Garmon. Stacy Gordon. Gina
Garrett, Tammy Gentry. Mike
Gilliland. Rica Goodman, Tim
Gray. Jeff Gunnels. Carmen
Haiges. Marian Hall, Kermit
Ham. Connie Ham, Tammy
40“I” Is for INVITING
Hambrick, Roslyn Hanson. Kevin Harbison, Lisa Hard. Joyce Harden. Tina Harden. Rhonda
Harris. Pam Hawkins. Mark Hearn. Michael Heaton. Paula Henry, Anne Hodges. Barbra
41“O” Is for OUT-OF-SIGHT
Hopper. Angela Hopper. Mark Hurst, Kim Jackson. Paul Johnston. Vickie Jolley. Donna
Jolley. Kim Jordan. Angie
King. Beth King. Susan
Lang. Kay Lowery. Shane
Mashburn. Myrna Massey, Kim
Mastin, David McClendon. David McClendon. Leanne McCloud, Belinda McElrath, Kay McIntyre. Todd
42“R” is for RARE
McKee, Scott Miller. Jeff Minor, Kirk Minor, Paul Morgan. Darrell Morrow. Kevin
Nelms. Chad NeSmith. Kerry
43Never “Cutting” Up
Pearce. Carrie Perry. Talma Lee
Phillips. Patricia Pierce. Dawn
Powell. Trey Powers. Marla Quigly. Scott Pruitt. Teresa Rhodarmer. Keith Rice. Scotty
Richards. Linda Riddle. Lisa Rives. Debbie Roden. Robin Rogers. Elfreda Rollins, Terri
Rowan, Elliott Segars. Sherry
Shell. Paul Shockley, Debbie Sims. Sid
44Always Hard at Work
Slaten, Bret Smith. Celeste Smith. Phyllis
Soper. Michelle Southern. Keith Sparks. Donnie
Spurlin. Connie Stanfield. Lee Stanley, Jerry Staton. Cindy Stone. Danny Styke. Doug
Sweitzer. Jim Taylor. Billy Joe Terrell. Connie Thacker. Connie Todd. Jon Tyson. Sonya
45We Dare to Be Different
Wade. Justice Waits, Rodney Walden. Arlene Walden. Connie Walker. Darron Walker, Scott
Walker, Stacy Wells, Chuck Whisenant, Clint Whitcraft, Roy Whitehead. Richard Whitmire, Dallry
Wilder. Dorisa Wilkes. Deborah Williams. Mike Williams. Pam
Williamson. Brian Wilson. Shawn Wooten, Jody Young, Susan
4647At the Beginning
of the New Year,
Adams. Mary Jane Andrews. Jennifer Arnold. Christy Arnold. Phillip Bains. Anna
Barken. Lesa Barron, Sherene Bearden. Doug Beasley. Craig Benefield, Bruce
Benson. Conar Biddle. Steven Bledsoe. Norma Lynn Boatwright. Melanie Roland. Brenda
Bonds, Kelly Bowen, Dewayne Boyd, Kim Breedwell, Donald Bright. Kim
Brown, Kim Brown, Lisa Butler, Craig Cain. Benji Camp, Tommy
Left to Right: Parliamentarian, Shannon Kirby; Secretary, Valerie Clemons; Treasurer, Chris Darden; Vice-President, Melanie Boatwright; President, Mark Stephens.
Campbell, Cayla Canterberry, Keith Carmack, Harvey Carnley, Darrin Carter, Scott
Centers, Jennifer Chamblee, Kim Chamblee, Sandee Chastain, Sandy Childress, Dale
49Childress. Dewayne Childress. Paula Clemons. Valerie Colvin. Brian Comeluis, Jill
Croft, Beth Currie, Kim Darden, Chris Darden, Randy Davis, Paul
Dean. Pam Dingier, Taye Edmonds, Selina Eewards, Jeff England, Wayne
50Fuller. Susan Galloway, Kerry Gary, Leanne Gary, Mary Gautney, Fenny
Goff. Katie Gore, Beverly
Gunter. Bobby Hall, Amy
Hall, Scott Hammer, Andy
Hanson, Becky Harden, Johnny Hastings, Tami Henley, Tim Henry, Patsy
Hester, Chuck Hill. Steven Hilley, Melissa Hix, Brad Holland, Craig
Howard, Marsha Ingram, Mike Irvin, Lisa Jarmon, Teresa Jester, Sandra
Jones, Tonya Keeton, Robyn Kelly, Tammy Kilpatrick, Luke Kilpatrick, Randall
52in Their Search for Knowledge
King, Mary Kirby, Shannon Lambert, Betty Lesley James Luther, Melanie
Mathis, Allen Mayhall, Scarlett McConnell, Susan McCrary, Amanda McCreless, Tammy
McCrikard. Gathan McCurley, David Mikel, Billy Miller, Kim Millican, Jeff
Moore, Regina Morgan, David
Morrow, Terri Morton, Neal
Neerman, Beth Ogle, Johnny
Oliver, Tammi Painter, Christi Pair, David Pall, John Panky, Mark
Panned, Allan Parker, Charles Parris, Janna Patterson, Tammy Pearce, Wanda
54Perry, Eric Pike, Tim Poole. Tina Powell. Brad Powell, Karen
Putnam, LeAnne Ramsey, Kristin Ray, Jeanell Ray, Jeff Ray, Patricia
to Fulfill Our DreamsSophomores
Shell. Kay Simmons. Alan Sims. Tina Sloan. Shan Smith. Janine
Sprouse, Scott Spurgeon, Beverly Stallings, Mike
Stanford, Cynthia Staton. Jerry Stephens, Mark
Stephens, Tammy Stoker, Steven Stone, Karen
Stone, Terry Story, Rose Sullens, Tina Suyeto, Ina Swatek, Cyril
56Never Brought Down
Swords, Lynn Taft, Angie Tarvin, Chris Temple, Al Thomas, Jeanie
Thomas, John Thomas, Kristy Thornberry, Thad
T odd, Chris Todd, Lynn Tripp, Angela
Walden, Kim Waters, Lisa Watson, Angie
Watwood, Andy Webb, Lisa West, Teresa Whitehead, Eric Whitehead, Margaret
Whitten, Bain Wilder, Jennifer Williams, Maurice Williams, Sandy Williamson, Keith
Wilson, John Winkles. Jeff Woodham, Billy Woodruff, Paul Wooten, Lyn
the Things We Did
58Abney, Jay Anderson, Shane Anderton, Glenton Appleton, Betsy Atchley, Allen
Bagwell, Tyann Baker, James Barbella, Seema Barkely, Grant Barton, Jerry
Bauh, Russell Baugh, Tim Bean, Michelle Beard, John Beard, Mike
Bearden, Charlotte Beasley, Chad Beauchamp, Bob Benefield, Kevin Benefield, Tim
Bolton, Mark Bonds, Stacy Bouldin, Mark Bright, Kyle Bright, Michelle
Brooks, Rickey Brown, Cindy Campbell, Courtney Campbell, Joanna Canady, Tracie
60Freshmen Start Out With a Full Deck
Officers: L. toR.: Courtney Campbell, Vice-President; Kyle Maddox. President; Bill Traylor, Secretary; Betsy Appleton, Treasurer.
Causey, Rose Chandler, Kevin Childress, Tammy Clemons, John Clines. Genia
Cochran, Susan Cole, Shannon Collett, Arnold Cooper, Gary Cotton, Tim
61Cordell, Amy Cordell, Jennifer Cork, Mary Cornelius, Julie Craft, Lonnie
Crews, Stephen Crocker, Patricia Crow, Gretchen Culbert, Joette Currie, Mischa
Davis, Jerry Davis, Susie Denney, Jon Dickson, Wesley Dilgard, Melissa
Drain, Susan Driver, Angie Duckett, David Duncan, David Dunn, Gary
Duvall, Suzanne Edmondson, Joe Elrod, Chris Eubanks, Karen Fant, Eddie
Ferguson, Davy Garvin, Tammy Glassco, Dan Golden, Libby Grimes, Jason
62Just Beginning But Already Rising to the Top
Grindle, James Grindle, Timmy
Guffey, Renay Haiges. Allen Hall, Jeff Hanson, Stacey Harris, Audrey
Harris, Sylinda Hart, Lynn Harville, Kim Havis, Elbert Havis, Lisa
Hawkins, Angie Heard, Chris Hicks, David Higgins, Barry Higgins, Jeff
63Hill, Aneva Holder, Kelly Horton, Jennifer Howard, Tim Hughes, Dale
Humphrits, Jan Johnson, Tammy Johnson, Scott Johnston, Michael Jolley, David
Jones, David Jones, LeAnne Jones, Valerie Justice, Penny Kaple, Julie
Kennedy, Tabatha Kilgore, Tammy King, John Kitchens, Steve Knight, Casey
Lacy, Ruth Ledford, Louis Lemley, Angela Lemley, George Lester, Jackson
Little, Carolyn Lowe, Jeff Lowery, Ramona Lusk, Sondra Maddox, KyleRookies Are the Jokers
Martin, Jeff Mashburn, Jeff Mason, Fam Mayfield, Brent McBrayer, June
McCain, Susan McClendon. Kelley McClendon, Mike McClendon, Terri McCrary, Arletha
Rookies Bottom: L. to R.. L. Smith, A. Ratcliffe, D. Duckett, G. Willis, D. Richey. Second Row: A. Roden, M. Dilgard, J. McBrayer, K. McClendon. J. Kaple, S. Barbella, P. Powell, M. Bouldin Third Row: A. Davis, J. Cornelius. M. Henson, J. Mitchell, S. Harris. T. Kennedy, B. Peppers. N. Sims. Fourth Row M. Moore, D. Pritchett, E. Rankin, J Horton, T. Bagwell, S. Drain, L. Prickett, A. Hawkins, P. Smith, C. Osborn.
65Medina, Yvette Meeks, Chris
Miller. Kim Mitchell, Jim
Mitchell, Jonna Mitchell, Scott Monroe, Michelle Moody, Rodney Morgan, Donny
Morgan, Mitch Morgan, Sandra Motley, Tony Murray, Edwin Myers, David
66Myrick, Scott Nixon, Blake Nobis, Eric Noblitt, William Norton, Phillip
Ogle, Granville Oliver, Melissa Osborn, Cindy Pate, Jason Parrish, Donna
Patterson, Belinda Pell, Pam Pendley, Kim Peppers, Bridget Peppers, Rodney
Pledger, Andrea Pollard, Terri Pope, Sonya Powell, Cindy Powell, Floyd
Powell, Nelson Powell, Paula Prickett, Leslie Ptitchett, Dawn Quarles, Deanna
Rains. Dan Rankin, Elizabeth Ratcliff, Alfie Reaves, Eric Rice, Kelly
67Richey, David Rives, Destin
Roden, Amy Roden. Sabrina Rodgers, Randy Rowell, Kevin Rowen, Rodeny
Saint, Jackie Scott, Diane Segars, Ty Self, Debra Shell, Anita
Shell. Julie Sherer, Chris Sherrett, Tammy Simmons, Melissa Simpson. Donna
Freshmen Slide Through a Successful Year.
68Smalley, John Smith, Cheri Smith, Lela Smith. Pam Snider. Trade
Soper, Teresa Spencer, Janet Spurgeon, Dianne Stallings. Rachell Stanfield, Nancy
Stewart, Bobby Stevens, Lisa Stone, Tammie Striplin, Kim Sutton, Jon
Swords, Gwen Swords, Penny Taylor. Kay Tedder, Billy Terrell, Brandon
Terrell, Jerry Terrell, Robert Thomas, Brad Thomas, Dal Todd, Joel
Trammell, Michelle Traylor, Bill Truett, Teresa Turner, Sharon Vaughn, Tammy
69We Fill the Shoes for a Long Climb Ahead
Vines, Emma Waldrop, Eric Weems, Jackie West, Anita White, Richard
Wilkes, Barry Williams Beverly Williams, George Woods, Leigh Ann Yao, Mike
Principal Arthur Baugh
“ft is already tomorrow. Time, which never stops on its journey, will pass before your eyes, and in only a few moments you will be members of the community looking back on the years you spent at Albertville High School. When you do, the photos, facts and memories in this book will be your stepping stones to happy reminiscence. ”
“May your memories of A.H.S. be pleasant ones, and may your future be filled with happiness and success. “
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.”
72Assistant Principal Tommy Lacks
Mr. Lacks serves as Vice-Principal at Albertville High School. His leadership influences the student and faculty. He is present at all extracurricular activities in which he assists in every way possible. Mr. Lacks contributes to the forming and building of the students characters so that they can lead a fulfilled life.
73Shirley Shadinger Teacher’s Aid
Glenda Wooten Special Education
Jan Millican Chemistry, Physics
James Jolley Math
Marquetta Hutcheson Secretary
Jerry Blanks History
Cliff Gillies Science, CoachEleanor Hudgens Karen Gipson
Business Office Typing, Art
Barbara Blanks English
JoAnn Moore Physical Education
Jane Smith Librarian
Joyce Vasser English, Typing
Rudy Hodges Agri-BusinessWanda Sloan Vocational Education
Sue Couch English, Cheerleader Sponsor
Wilena Little Business Office Education
Dinah Johnson Home Economics
Mickey Moore Coach, Physical Education
Richard Denham Vocational EducationVernon Wells Coach, Economics
George Thorne Coach, Driver’s Education
Jane Adams English
Nona Proctor English
Linda Bopp Math
77Zula Bennett English
Raymond Sparks Algebra
Kathy Teal Spanish, English
Colonel Norman C. Propes ROTCLemon McCollum Biology
Gay Martin English
Catherine Brasher Biology, Physiology
Joyce Hopkins Special Education
Patricia Smith Audio Visual Director80
JoAnn Ellis English
Donna Maynard Physical EducationRonnie Little Coach, Driver’s Education
Sandy Killian Secretary
Wanda Willoughby Secretary
Shannon Sloan Coach, Physical Education
JoAnn Wells Special Education
Ricky Todd Agri-BusinessJudy Berry Resource Coordinator
Madeleine Appleton Psychology, Sociology
Sergeant James Bonds ROTC
Stacy Goss Band Director
George Heath Driver’s Education
Dorothy Jolley Typing, AccountingIra Joe Crawford Economics
James Gilley Science
Charles Amason Guidance Counselor
Shirley Corbin History
Edna Harris History
Pat Thompson HistoryLunchroom Workers and Custodians
L. toR.: June MeMurtrey, Ellowayne Dingier. Emmett Smalley. Priscilla McCrickard, Caroline Dunn, Peggy Shell.
L. to R.: David James, Ed McCreless, James Murphree, Craig Selvage, and Randy Reeves.
Schere Pearce vending machine operator
8485L. to ?.:
1st Row: Connie Thacker, Majorette Selina Edmonds, Majorette Gina Gordon, Majorette Lela Mitchell, Majorette Kim Brown. Flag Amy Davis, Flute Rosalyn Hambrick, Flute Elizabeth Neely, Rag Tammy Ham. Flag Teresa West. Flag Susan Fuller, Rag Cayla Campbell, Flag Dallery Whitmire, Rute Terri Morrow, Flag Tammy Drain, Flag Michelle Oliver. Majorette Leanne McClendon, Majorette
Serena McCamy, Majorette Ronda Eller, Majorette 2nd Row:
Robert Killian, Director Stacey Goss, Director Lori Champion, Drum Majorette 3rd Row
Bain Whitten, Rag Tammy Oliver, Flag Tammy Hastings. Flag Beverly Gore, Rag Cheryl Blackmon. Rag Patricia Ray, Rag Melanie Boatwright, Rag Christ! Painter, Flag Pam Karr, Flag Kim West. Flag Lori Reming, Flag Regina Moore, Flag Christy Arnold, Flag Melissa Hiiley, Flag Neilene Tate, Rag 4th Row:
Jennifer Horton, Rute Beth Bryant, Saxophone 5th Row:
Belinda McCloud, Clarinet Talma Lee Perry, Clarinet Sylinda Harris, Trumpet Kenny Gautney, Bass Melissa Dilgard, Saxophone Carrie Williams, Percussion Marianne Milner. Trumpett Marcella Henson. Clarinet Tina Sims. Percussion
Janine Smith. Trumpet Celeste Smith, Saxophone Vanassa Harris. Trumpet Leslie Prickett, Trumpet Lee Ann Blackmon, Clarinet Donna Armstrong, Clarinet Lynda Carter, Clarinet Tracy Edmonds, Clarinet Jonna Mitchell. Clarinet 6th Row:
Bridgett Peppers. Trumpet Paula Powell, Trumpet Tabatha Kennedy, Trumpet Pam Smith, Saxophone Penny Gautney, Clarinet Seema Barbelia, Clarinet Julie Kaple, Clarinet Mary Moore, Bass Jult Cornelious, Rute Leigh Hood, Trumpet Regina Peppers, Trumpet Jill McBrayer, Trumpet Stephen Moody, Trumpet Myrna Mashburn, Clarinet Sandy Chastain, Clarinet Lela Smith, Trumpet Lorrle Ogle, Clarinet Kelly McClendon, Saxophone
David Richey, Percussion Elizabeth Rankin, Flute Curt Qulgly. Trombone Susan Drain, Trumpet Laura Chandler, Trumpet Cindy Osborne, Baritone June McBrayer, Saxophone Melanie Luther, Flute Kris Darden. Saxophone Jill Cornelious. Clarinet Marla Powers. Clarinet Angie Hawkins, Saxophone Paula Diviney, Clarinet Dawn Pritchett, Clarinet Craig Butler. Trombone Amy Roden. Rute Kathy Webb, Trumpet Amos Willoughby, Percussion Randy Darden, Trumpet Doug Bearden, Trumpet Johnny Ogle, Trumpet Mark Boultin, Percussion NickiSims. Trumpet Alfie Radcliffe, Trombone Allison Davis, Percussion Paul Jackson, Trumpet David McCurley, Saxophone Marsha Howard. Rute
Phillip Wafford. Bas»
Terry Thomas, Trumpet Roy Whitcraft. Bass David Duckett, Trombone Kevin Morrow, Trumpet Dan Sampson. Bass Tyann Bagwell, Trumpet Billy Woodham. Percussion 9th Row:
Scott Sprouse. Trombone Spencer Kilgore, Trombone Eddie Lyles, Trombone John David Bean. Trombone Bill Bouldin, Trombone Andy Hammer. Saxophone Greg Will is. Percussion Gary Wehrwein. Percussion Jonathan Askins. Percussion Micheal Doyle, Percussion Lee Stanfield. Trombone Gathan McCrickord, Percussion
Kerry NeSmith. Trumpet Mark Hooper. Trombone Roger Armstrong, Trumpet Todd McIntyre. Saxophone Bobby Walters. Bass
87Aggie Band Stacked High With Good Leaders.
Band Officers: L. to R Donna Armstrong, Librarian; Lori Champion, President; Regina Peppers. Vice-President; Gina Gordon, Sec. Treas.
Senior Members: Bottom L. to R.: Neiienne Tate, Janice Dean, Lori Fleming, Lela Mitchell. Middle L. to R Lori Champion. Dan Sampson, Regina Peppers. Leigh Hood, Terry Thomas, Bobby Walters, Vanassa Harris, Marianne Milner, Kathy Webb. Back: L to R Roger Armstrong. Gary Wehrwein, Jill McBrayer, Tammy Drain, Bill Bouldin, James Minor. Pam Karr. Michelle Oliver.
88Majorettes: L. to R: Selina Edmonds, Connie Thacker, Serena McCamey, Leanne McClendon, Lela Mitchell. Gina Gordon. Center Michelle Oliver; Head, Ronda Eller.
Flags: Bottom Patricia Ray, Regina Moore, Melanie Boatwright, Christi Painter, Pam Karr, Janice Dean, Terri Morrow. Middle Christy Arnold, Elizabeth Neely, Susan Fuller, Kim West. Teresa West, Kim Brown, Cayla Campbell, Tammy Ham. Top: Lori Fleming, Bain Whitten, Tammy Drain, Tammy Oliver, Neilene Tate, Beverly Gore, Cheryl Blackmon, Melissa Hilley, Tami Hastings.Trombones: Top: Curt Quigley — Section Leader. 2nd: Craig Butler, David Duckett. 3rd: Eddie Lyles, Lee Stanfield, Mark Hooper. 4th: Bill Bouldin, Alfie Ratcliffe, John David Bean, Spencer Kilgore. Front: Scott Sprouse.
Saxophone: Back: Beth Bryant — Section Leader. Kris Darden, June McBrayer. Front: Celeste Smith, Melissa Diigard, Todd McIntyre, David McCurley, Pam Smith, Andy Hammer, Kelly McClendon, Angie Hawkins.
Basses: L. to ?.. Dan Sampson, Philip Walters, Bobby Walters — Section Leader. Mary Moore, Kenny Gautney, Roy Whitcraft.Flutes: Bottom: L. to R.: Marsha Howard, Melanie Luther — Section Leader. Elizabeth Rankin. Middle: Julie Comelious, Rosyln Hambrick, Amy Roden. Back: Dallery Whitmire, Jennifer Horton, Amy Davis.
Clarinets: Bottom: L. to R.: Lorrie Ogle, Johnna Mitchell, Seema Barbela, Marcella Henson, Dawn Pritchett, Paula Diviney, Tressy Edmonds. Talma Perry. Back: Lee Ann Blackmon, Lynda Carter, Myrna Mashburn, Sandy Chastain. Donna Armstrong — Section Leader. Marla Powers, Belinda McCleod, Jill Cornelious, Penny Gautney.
91Band Ends Year on a Happy Note!
Trumpets: Bottom Row: L to ?.. Bridgett Peppers, Laura Chandler, Stephen Moody. 2nd Row: Tabatha Kennedy, Lela Smith, Paula Powell, Syllnda Harris, Tyann Bagwell, Susan Drain, Leslie Prickett. 3rd Row: Kevin Morrow, Johnny Ogle, Doug Bearden, Randy Darden, Janine Smith. 4th Row James Minor, Kathy Webb, Leigh Hood, Regina Peppers, Jill McBrayer, Vanassa Harris, Marianne Milner, Terry Thomas. 5th Row: Roger Armstrong, Paul Jackson, Section Leader; Kerry NeSmith.
Percussion: L. to R: Allison Davis, Mark Bouldin, Amos Willoughby, Gathan McCrickord, David Richey, Gary Wehrwein, Michael Doyle, Billy Woodham, Greg Willis. Kneeling: Tina Sims, Carrie Williams. Not Pictured: Jonathan Askins.Jazz Band: Bottom Row: L. to R.: Lori Champion, Kim Shadinger, Beth Bryant, Cristi Painter, Chris Darden, Melanie Luther, Todd McIntyre. 2nd Row: Doug Bearden, Donald Bouldin, Bobby Walters, Jonathan Askins, Eddie Lyles, Paul Jackson, James Minor. 3rd Row: Randy Darden, Roy Witcraft, Billy Woodham, Mark Hooper, Johnny Ogle, Curt Quigly, Craig Butler. Not Pictured: Gina Gordon.
93Junior Civitans and Officers
Bottom Row: L. to R. Billy Woodham, Johnny Ogle, Sponsor — Mrs. Proctor, Sponsor — Ms. Teal, Serena McCamy, Seema Barbelia, Julie Kaple, Pam Smith, Bridgett Peppers, Keith Williamson, Randy Darden, Todd McIntyre. 2nd Row: Gina Gordon, Arlene Walden, Karen Stone. Terri Morrow, Susan Corbin, Scarlett Mayhall, Patricia Campbell, Tara Thompson, Maria Clark, Leigh Hood. 3rd Row: Beth Bryant, Debbie Shockley, Leanne McClendon, Cindy Staton, Sonja Tyson, Paul Shell, Angie Jordon, Selina Edmonds, Scott Parker, Ronald Burgess, David Perkins, Jill McBrayer, Regina Peppers.
Junior Civitans is a service club organized for the young people of our community. Its purposes are to practice citizenship, to support good government, to develop leadership and to serve the school as well as the community.
One goal of this club is to help people less fortunate than ourselves. We work with the TMR class at school individually and raise money to aid them. Each member also has a pen pal at the Albertville Nursing Home.
Bottom Row: L. to R.: Gina Gordon; Parliamentarian.Tara Thompson; Secretary,Leigh Hood; Vice President Top Row: Regina Peppers; President. Maria Clark; TreasurerSENIOR
Bottom Kelly Campbell; Vice President Top Row:Lori Champion; President.Jana Roe; Secretary. Tara Thompson; Treasurer. Renee Smith; Parliamentarian.
The National Honor Society is based on the four qualities of character, service, leadership, and scholarship. An initiation ceremony was held to install officers and members.
Bottom Row: L. to R Sponsor — Mrs. Vassar, Kelly Campbell. Sara Narveson, Wade Robinson. Ellen Glassco. Jana Roe. Tara Thompson. Renee Smith, Nancy Hardy. Susan Rice. Top Row: David Perkins, Lori Champion, Jerry Webb, Steve Benefield, Terry Thomas, Dewayne Smith, Tim Jarmon.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is composed of athletes and nonathletes who meet each Friday morning to share in the word of God. Sponsored by Coach Gillies, the FCA members share with the Bible; giving testimonies or sharing little thoughts for the day.
Officers: L. to R:Connie Thacker, Sec. Treas; Susan Corbin, Co-Captain; Cheryl Blackmon. Reporter. Not Pictured: Phillip Cofield, Captain.
Bottom Row: L. to R.: Sandy Chamblee, Patsy Henry, Beth Bryant, Serena McCamy. 2nd Row Lori Champion, Tammy Drain, Susan Corbin, Connie Thacker, Kelly Campbell. 3rd Row: Greg Wilson, Cheryl Blackmon, Debbie Shockley, Jeff Gray, Gina Gordon, Barry Swords.
96Officers: 1st Row Carrie Pearce, Vice-President; Ellen Glassco, President; Nancy Hardy, District Secretary. 2nd Row: Maria Clark, Secretary; Mary Woodham, Treasurer; Lori Champion, District Pres.
Student Action For Education a high school organization sponsored by the Alabama Education Association, is a very active club at Albertville High School. Under the guidance of sponsors Patricia Smith and Patricia Thompson, the club held a district meeting in the fall. Miss Jennifer Davis was selected for the title of District 2 Miss SAFE and represented our club well at the state convention. The club was also awarded a certificate for outstanding Chapter project. SAE sponsored a Teacher Appreciation breakfast during National Education Week in November and also sponsored Student Teaching Day at Alabama Avenue School. Students who held district offices this year are: Lori Champion, Pres.; Jennifer Davis, Vice-Pres.; Nancy Hardy, Sec.
1st Row: Vickie Johnston, Todd Mcclntyre, Stacey Garmon, Ronald Burgess, Randy Bodine, Ellen Glassco, Carrie Pearce, Carrie McCoy. 2nd Row Tammy Ham, Donna Armstron, Patricia Campbell, Melissa Cooper, Tara Thompson, Nancy Hardy, Maria Clark, Lori Champion, LaDon Hilley. 3rd Row: Annette Henry, Tammy Coby, Mary Woodham, Arlene Walden, Robin Roden, Patricia Phillips. DeWayne Smith, Terry Thomas, John Todd.
97Kneeling:Beverly Gore. Marian Haiges. Front Row: L to R. LeAnne Jones, Joanna Campbell. Tammie Stone. Destin Rives. Susan Cochron, Trade Canady. Seema Barbella, Melissa Dilgard, Belinda McCloud. Tammy Coby, Kim Stripland, Michelle Beam. Kim Bright. Charlotte Bearden. Mrs Head. Samantha Martin. Libby Golden. Valerie Jones, Stacey Hanson. Second Row: Becky Hanson. Tara Thompson, Mary Woodham, Jenny Davis, Beth Bryant, Kim Shadinger, Karen Stone, Angela Tripp, Mrs. Johnson, Kim Chamblee, Sheila Harrell, Susan Corbin. Lisa Harblson. Sherri Fricks. Kim Jolly. Scarlet Mayhall. Third Row Ellen Glassco, Lori Champion. Robin Roden. Cindy Childress, Ellen Alexander. Kelly Campbell. Cindv Carrish, Michelle Oliver. Pam Dean, Susan McConnell, Patricia Ray, Christy Arnold.
Future Homemakers of America is a national, state, and local school organization for students who are enrolled in Home Economics. FHA is a vocational Education Youth organization. Its purpose is to help individuals improve personal, Family and community living and giving emphasis to career education.
The projects this year in FHA were: Angel Tree, Christmas decorations, career choices and cookbooks.
Officers: Left to Right: Valerie Jones, Devotional Chairman; Scarlett Mayhall. Parliamentarian; Lisa Harbison. Secretary; Tara Thompson, President; Beth Bryant, Recreation Leader. Standing: Becky Hanson, Treasurer; Tammy Coby, Vice-President. Not Pictured: Kay Lang, Historian; Robin Roden. Reporter.
98Distributive Education Clubs of America
Distributive Education Clubs of America is a nationally affiliated student organization designed to help students gain confidence, develope skills in leadership, and realize their potential in the field of Marketing and Distribution. This organization provides students with opportunity to compete in their respective fields of study on district, state, and national levels. Competition gives the students a chance to meet others who are also in the same area of competition and share their knowledge and learning experience.
Officeers: Left to Right Debra Camp, Secretary; Eddie Moman, President; Tanya Johnston, Fund-Raising Chairperson; Laura Maddox, Vice-President; Pam Jenkins, Parliamentarian. Not Pictured. Sherry Stephens, Treasurer; Denise Malone, Reporter.
First Row: L. to R.: Melonie Young. Debra Boen, Tina Benefield, Kim Sims, Lisa Smith, Mrs. Sloan. 2nd Row Lo.i Long, Rusty Clark, Charlotte Cleveland, Kim Patterson. 3rd Row: Tanya Johnston, Laura Maddox, Lisa Oden. Dawn Pearce, Pam Jenkins, Sandra Edwards. Beth King, Scott Duckett, Lane Malone, Paula Arnold, Gaye Taft, Gina Jordon. 4th Row: Teresa Moody, Eddie Moman. David Parmar, Jerry Patterson, Curt Head, Daron Walker, Jason Masters.Future
Officers: Left to Right: Paula Heaton, Vice-President, Rose Story. Treasurer, Donna Armstrong, Secretary, Cindy Ramos, Reporter, Rene Smith, President.
Front Row: Left to Right: Sherry Eller, Tina Benefield, Maudie Bolding, Melissa Cooper. 2nd Row Kelly Bonds, Taye Dingier. Karen Powell, Donald Breedwell, Kay Shell, Tonya Jones, Mary Gary, Patricia Campbell, Lynn Todd, Arlene Walden, Connie Spurlin. 3rd Row: Mary McClure, Pam Silas, Rose Story, Rhonda Foreman, Paula Heaton. Lanney Baugh, Melissa Prickett, Giennis Primm, Penny Baugh, Jana Bobo, Marsha Howard. 4th Row: Kim Henley, Cindy Ramos, Angel Epperson, Cindy Staton, Lori Champion, Jana Roe, Deanna McDaniel, Denise Allen. 5th Row Vickie Nelson, LeeAnn Sumners, Sonya Tyson, Angie Jordon, Kim West. Tammy Oliver, Tina Sims, Renee Smith, Myrna Mashburn, Linda Carter, Marla Powers. 6th Row: Teresa Campbell, Sue Williams, Rhonda Hardin. Donna Armstrong, Teresa Jarmon, Melissa Hilley, Mary Jane Adams, Freda Rogers, Sherry Segars.
100Bottom Row: Left to Right: Kim Jolley. Michelle Gaither, Becky Hanson. Kim Shadinger, Lisa Harbinson, Karen Appleton. Tara Thompson. Barry Swords. 2nd Row David Perkins. Mike Gentry. Scott Quigley, Chuck Wells, Shannon Mayhall. Brad Lang. Joey Baker, Jonathan Spurgeon, Marty Tidwell. Coach Wells. 3rd Row Mark Stephens, Keith Southern, Shane Roebuck. Ernie Duffey, Kirk Minor. David Benifield, Darrell Cooper. John Taylor. Chris Roebuck. Chuck Burgess. Rodney Pope.
This year the Letterman’s Club is a continuation of the Athletic success at Albertville High School.
The club is composed of athletes who have earned a varsity letter in some sport.
The Letterman’s Club has donated money to charitable organizations such as Cystic Fibrosis, Crippled Children Fund, March of Dimes.
Officers Left to Right: Shannon Mayhall, Vice-President; Kim Shadinger, Treasurer; David Perkins, President. Not Pictured: Kay Lang, Secretary.
101The Future Farmers of America is a national organization of, by, and for boys and girls studying vocational Agribusiness in public secondary schools under the provisions of the National Vocational Acts. The FFA is an intracurricular activity, having it’s origin and root in a definite part of the school curriculum. Vocational Agribusiness. The beliefs around which the FFA organization is built include leadership, and character development, sportsmanship, scholarship, improved agriculture and citizenship.
Officers: Rudy Hodges; Sponsor, Jerry Staton; Sentinel, Chris Roebuck; Reporter, Bret Slaton; Treasurer. Greg Wilson; Secretary, Jay Robinson; Vice-President, John Todd; President, Rickey Todd; Sponsor.
3rd Year 1st Row: Rudy Hodges, Rickey Todd, Charles Centers, John Paul Beck, John Todd, Bruce Mitchell, Bret Slaton. 2nd Row Bobby Walters, Jonathon Spurgeon, Terry Prickett, Chuck Burgess. Randy Bunn, Tim Goodman, Brian Waldrop. 3rd Row: John Dorsett, Anthony Havis, Darryell Cox, Brian Bettingfield, Greg Barkley, Joey Baker, Dion Rainwater, Greg Wilson 4th Row: Shannon Mayhall, Jeff Bryant, Darrell Cooper, Marty Tidwell, David Smith. Hugh Rains, Bret Smith, Keith Pierce, John Thomas, Rodney Pope. 5th Row: Terry Thomas, David Towers. Mark McCIearen, Brad Lang.
1022nd Year Bottom Row: L. to R.: Paul Jones, Randy Bodine, Doug Pollard, Ernie Partridge, Mike Bearden, Darrin Carnley, Jay Robinson, Lisa White. Second Row: Kevin Hanson, Phillip Collett, David Morgan, Jeff Miller, Terry Stone, Jeff Holllnsworth, Allen Pennell. Third Row: Paul Woodruff, Steven Stoker, Phillip Cofield, Eric Whitehead, Kevin Moaow, Chris Burgess, Johnny Hardin. Fourth Row: Craig Beasley, Billy Lang, Andy Jones, Bobby Gunter, Craig Pollard, Keith Canterberry, Leslie King, Bruce Benefield, Jerry Staton, Chris Roebuck. Fifth Row: Conner Benson, Steve Sims, Sid Sims, Brad Powell, Waynie Bowen, Brad Hlx, Scottie Thurmon, Kenneth Edwards, Bruce Mitchell. Sixth Row: Brad Lang, Mark Compton, Scottie Rice, Steve Hayes. Clint Compton, Chris Tarvin, Bert Coe, Keith Cordell, Scott Curry, Bumie Blackwell. 7th Ro Trc Inley JdhnThomaSjB Swateck Jame esley ouj t
1st Year 1st Row: Jeff Pierce. Jamie Pankey. Jay Abney. David Duncan. Phillip Norton. Tim Hall. Dale Hughes. Rodney Moody. Sidney Hicks 2nd Roumf Tim Benefield. Jimmy Ghssco, Scott Mitchell. David Hicks. Jason Grimes. Grant Barkley. Jackson Lester. Jeff Ray. Gary Smith 3rd Row: David Lowery. Mike Stallings. Travis Swords. Doug Richardson. Jeff Martin. Kerry Lowery, Barry Kennemer, DeWayne Childress. 4th Row Chris Lackey. Joey Carroll. Randy Reeves. Jackie Saint. Cassey Knight. Johnny Lindsey. Chris Shears 5th Row Kary Graves. A1 Temple. Brian Colvin. Chad Beasley. Jim Mitchell. Edwin Murray. Eddy Vines. 6th Row Roger Cagle, Mike Ross, Tyler Galloway, Shane Lowery, Scott Barksdale, Scott McKee, Jeff Millican. 7th Row: Rodney Hart, Chris Meeks, David Myers.
103Bottom Row: James Fennell, Dorothy Coy. 2nd Row: Fonda Formby, Nancy Hardy, Donna Armstrong, Mrs. Gay Martin, sponsor. 3rd Row: Anna Bains, Kristin Ramsey, Sarah Narveson, Ronald Burgess. Not Pictured: Patricia Phillips, Business Manager.
Wind Sketches is Albertville High School’s literary magazine. It Publishes students’ original poetry, prose, art and photography. Begun in 1978. Wind Sketches has received state recognition.
Wind Sketches provides an opportunity for students to see their work in print and to further their literary creativity.
It is compiled completely by students and funded through patronage.
Co-Editors: Sarah Narveson and Nancy Hardy.
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 to teach students the fundamentals of journalism. They also attended a journalism convention at the University of Alabama.
Kneeling: Left to Right: Gay Martin. Sponsor. Fonda Formby. Sarah Narveson, Dorothy Coy. Donna Armstrong. Standing: Angel Epperson. Sam Farr. James Fennell. Kerry NeSmith. John Walker, Ronald Burgess. Spencer Kilgore. David Jones and Tracey Howard.
Editor: Tracey Howard.R.O.T.C. Department
Sponsors: Front: Lori Champion; Head Sponsor. 1st Row Ellen Glassco, Kim Shadinger, Kelly Campbell, Cindy Edmondson, Sarah Narveson, Angie Watson, Cayla Campbell, Lorrie Ogle. 2nd Row: Carrie McCoy, Carrie Pearce, Paula Arnold, Scarlett Mayhall, Kristin Ramsey, Tara Thompson, Leigh McElrath, Vickie Johnston.
Cadet Officers Front: Noel Engleman. 1st Row: DeWayne Smith, Shawn Yao, Jeff Marshall, Tim Jarmon, John Dunn. 2nd Row: Charles Centers, Donny Shaw, Richard Me Cullars, Terry Shell. 3rd Row: Phillip Collett, Brad Conquest, Kurt Kaple, Landon McCoy. 4th Row: Steve Baldwin. Charles Snider. Todd McIntyre, Steve Matthews, John Orr.Battalion
Front Row: Lori Champion. Noel Engleman 2nd Row: DeWayne Smith. John Dunn. 3rd Row Shawn Yao. Jeff Marshall. Tim Jar-mon. Top: Chuck Ellis.
L. toR.: Doug Pollard. Mike Bearden, John Wilson, Alfie Ratcliffe, Burnett Brown.
L. to R Donn ,i Shaw. Tony Cossets. Robert Albritton. John Dunn. 2nd Row Sharon Turner. David Bottomlee. Barry Higgins. Doug Richardson, Richard White.
Front: Chuck Ellis. 2nd Row Phillip Riddle, Tony Whitten, Ronald Burgess, Jeff Hollingsworth, Jerry Stanley. Allan Mathis, Maudie Bouldin, Joe Ennis. 3rd Row Jerome Burgess, Doug Richardson, Connor Benson. Craig Beasley, Doug Polard, Andy Watwood. Chris Todd, Chris White. 4th Row. Mark Pankey, Gary Orr, Tommy Camp, Benji Cain, Tony Castles, Tina Beck, Burnett Brown, Robert Albritten.
For the third consecutive year the Albertville High School ROTC program received the highest possible rating during their annual federal inspection.
All high school ROTC programs are inspected annually. This year’s Albertville program was designated with an Honor Unit With Distinction.
The units are inspected for cadet performance, cadet appearance, the cadets’ knowledge of subjects taught, supply operation, administration and bookkeeping and facilities.
Headquarters: Front Row Kim Shadinger, Brad Conquest, Charles Centers, Paula Ar nold. Back Row: Jeff Hall, Tony Whitten.
1st Platoon: Carrie Pearce, Donny Shaw, Benji Cain, Tommy Camp, Lynn Heart, Bill Jones, Gary Orr, Dwight Fuller, Arnold Collett. Craig Beasley, David Hicks, Kenneth Crow, Eddie Fant.
2nd Platoon: Scarlett Mayhall, Chris Todd, Robert Albritton, Scott Johnson, Matthew McWhorter, Gary Cooper, Chris White, Brian Colvin, Shane Dobbins. Jeannel Ray, Joe Ennis, Scott Terrell, Joe Edmondson, Shane Dick.B Company Headquarters
Cindy Edmondson, Phillip Collet, Landon McCoy, Lori Ogle, Scott Hall, Jeff Hollensworth.
Kristin Ramsey, Steve Matthews, Jerry Stanley, Kerry Graves, Sid Sims, Randy Whitten, Nathan Nixon, David Jones, Tom Cryar, Greg Willis.
Anji Watson, Jerome Burgess, Margaret Whitehead, Debbie Compton, Melanie Lee, Mark Pankey, Rodney Terrell, Nicky Sims, Kenneth Edwards, Jerry Staton, Phillip Smothers.
IllC Company Headquarters
Ellen Glassco, Richard McCullars, Brian Lee, Sarah Narveson, Marty Lang.
Vickie Johnston. Todd McIntyre. Phillip Woffard. Steve Sewell. Marty Moon. Barry Higgins. Kevin Rowell, George Williams. Joel Todd, Tim Cotton, Sharon Turner, Son-dra Lusk.
Leigh McElrath, John Orr, Tommy CasseJs, Gloria Edwards, Diane Spurgeon, Eric Whitehead, Steve Kitchens, Rickey Brackett, Phillip Arnold, A1 Temple, Sam Farr, Travis Swords, Jeiry Terrell, David Morgan.
112D Company Headquarters
Front Row: Kelly Campbell, Terry Shell, Kurt Kaple, Carrie McCoy. Back Row: Luke Kilpatrick, Ronald Burgess.
Tara Thompson, Charles Snider, Phillip Riddle, Tina Beck, Eric Reeves, Maudie Bouldin, Connor Benson, Sidney Hicks, David Bottemlye, Keith Williamson. Mike Beard, Kevin Benefield, Neal Mikel.
Cayla Campbell, Stephen Baldwin, Allan Mathis, Johnny Adams, Danny Rodgers. Nickey Scott, Casey Knight, Doug Richardson, Micheal Yao, Rodney Rowan, Ernie Partidge, Andy Watwood, Richard White, Jeffrey Pitt.
113Staff Members: Bottom Row: Left to Right: Kim Jolley, Paul Shell, Nancy Hardy, Tammy Coby, Mary Woodham, Vanessa Harris, Joanna Campbell, Betsy Appleton, Susan Corbin. Jennifer Davis. Michelle Gaither, Karen Appleton. Melissa Hilley, Tammy Ham. 2nd Row: Dan Sampson. Kelly Campbell. Deborah Wilkes. Patricia Phillips. Beckey Hanson, Maria Clark, Tara Thompson, Sheila Harrell, Anji Watson, Connie Thacker, Connie Ham, Sherri Fricks, Beth Warren, Courtney Campbell, Jennifer Davis, Scott Hall.
Sponsor: Cathrine Brasher
Senior Members Bottom Row Left to Right: Jennifer Davis. Kelly Campbell. Nancy Hardy. Tara Thompson. Maria Clark. 2nd Row: Mary Woodham, Dan Sampson, Vanessa Harris, Tammy Coby.
114Freshmen Section: Editor, Beth Warren; Courtney Campbell.
Senior Section. Editor, Jenny Davis; Shelia Harrell.
Student Life Section: Editor. Kelly Campbell. Patricia Phillips.
Faculty) Section: Betsy Appleton; Editor, Joanna Campbell.Sports Section:
Editor: Nancy Hardy, Kim Jolley.
Sophomore Section: Junior Section: Connie Thacker
Editor; Jennifer Andrews.
Ads Section: Co-Editors: Susan Corbin, and Paul Shell. Connie Ham. Anji Watson, Dan Sampson, Tammy Ham, Sherri Fricks.
117Drama Festival Winners
Tie — Best Actress: Sonya Brown.
Tie — Best Actress: Tammy Ham.
Best Supporting Actress: Robbie Nelson.
Member of the Winning Drama, “Storm”: Debbie Compton.
Member of the Winning Drama, “Storm”: Ronda Haring.Member of the Winning Skit: Sam Farr.
Member of the Winning Skit: David McClendon.
L. to R.: Jerry Webb, Nancy Hardy, Kerry NeSmith. Not Pictured: David Foreman, Jonathon Carter, Noel Engleman.
The Math team placed 2nd place in the County Tournament. Members NeSmith, Webb, and Hardy, Foreman were four of the top 10 who placed.
Drafting Tim Kennamer, Jeff Knight, Kevin Brown, Kirk Brown.
Electricity: Jeff Williams, David Mitchell.Machine Shop: Tim McCaffery, Jeff Brackt, Craig Salvage, Marlon Mitchell, Ronald Champion, David McClendon.
121Radio and Television John Orr, Glenn Ray.
Auto Mechanics Micheai Jester, Jonathon Hearn. Ben Brown. Richard McCullars.
1221982 Scholars’ Bowl Teams
Albertville Team: Seated: Jonathon Carter, Donna reeves, Nancy Hardy. Standing: Norman Darden, Lee Ann Blackmon.
Schedule: Fourth Wallace State. Third Snead State. Fourth Calhoun State.
Junior Division Winner Randy Darden. Bain Whitten, Melonie Luther. John Walker.
123Student Council Sponsors
The Student Council sponsored an athletic competition entitled “Almost Anything Goes” for the second year in a row. Clubs and groups of students were invited to participate with teams of ten.
Student Council President Qndy Edmondson head- Tammy McCreless putts for points
ed the competition.
FCA members struggle not to lose time.
Mike Yao and Semma Barbella get ready to pass the orange.
124“Almost Anything Goes”
Shawn Yao instructs Marian Haiges in penny drop.
Interact member, Nancy Hardy, shoots for the basket.
Tammy Oliver stuffs her pillowcase trying for one more point.
Guest speaker. John Hannah, talks to players parents.
126“This and That” of Student LifeThe Science Club is an organization of advanced science related activities. These include: sponsoring the science fair; conducting nature studies; hearing speakers from industry; academics; the health professions and the armed forces; and attending science conventions and seminars.
Officers L to R David Perkins. President. Lorrie Ogle. Chaplin; Norman Darden. Treasurer; Gina Gordon. Secretary; Brad Blackmen. Vice President
Bottom Ron L to R Justice Wade. Scott Walker, Johnny Masters. Brad Balckmon. Todd McIntyre. Randy Darden. Scott Parker. Norman Darden. Richard Massey. Nancy Hardy. Tim Jarmon, Ronald Burgess. Middle Row Dewayne Smith. Terry Thomas. Stacey Garmon. Fonda Formby. Miss Millican. Top Row: John Thomas. Kurt Quigley, Gina Gordon. Tommy Camp. David Mastin. Noel Engleman. Jill McBrayer. Ken Baker. Wade Robinson, Paul Shell. Bill Bouldin, Alan Whitley. Regina Peppers. Leigh Hood. Lorrie Ogle. David Perkins. Stephen Benefield. Vickie Johnston. Lee Ann Blackmon, Jerry Webb. Jonathon Carter. Mike Ingram.
Representatives Bottom Rou■ L to R Betsy Appleton. Karen Appleton. Gina Gordon. Leanne McClendon. Jennifer Horton. Destin Rives. Mark Boulton. Jana Roe. Tara Thompson. Stephen Crews Top Row Connie Thacker. Curt Quigly. Regina Peppers. Debbie Shockley. Susan Corbin. Leigh McErath. Norman Darden. Tammy Stone. Elizabeth Rankin. Susan Drain. Scott Parker. Lee Ann Blackmon. Randy Darden. Selina Edmonds. Lori Champion. Renee Smith. Scarlett Mayhall, Karen Stone. Lynn Swords. Cindy Edmondson
Volunteers L to R Jill McBrayer. Donna Reeves. Leigh Hood. Beth Bryant. Lesa Barker. Kelley Bonds. Kim Bright. Tammy McCreless. Seema Barbell Kristy Arnold. Rosyln Hambrick, Bain Whitten. Kim Shadinger 2nd Rou Tammy Ham. Pam Dean. Melissa Hilley. Susan McConell. Kim Chamblee. Sandy Chamblee. Janine Smith. Pen ny Gautney, Terri Morrow. Melanie Luther. Kristin Ramsey. Rhonda Foreman. Rose Story. Beth Nearman. Kelly Campbell 3rd Row Mary Gary. Kay Shell. Jill Cor-nelious.-Randy Bodine. Dewayne Smith. Terry Thomas. Scott Mynck.
130The Voice of A.H.S.!
Cindy Edmondson: President
Lee Ann Blackmon Vice-President
Jana Roe: Secretary
Randy Darden; Treasurer
The Student Council at Albertville High School had a very productive school year during 1981-1982 The organization acted as a voice for the students by sponsoring projects for them including Homecoming activities, the Human Turkey Shoot (a first at AHS), Christmas Candygrams, Valentine Carnation Sales, and an “Almost Anything Goes Olympic Night. The Student Council also served the faculty by furnishing a Back-to-School Breakfast, and assigning Secret Pals. The community benefited too. for the Student Council held the annual Blood Drive, and sponsored the Student Leader’s Day. All in all, the Student Council strove to fulfil their goal of being an active voice at AHS.
The Junior National Honor Society consists of Freshmen with a 90 or a above average and focuses on qualities of character, citizenship, and service. Under the guidance of sponsors Joann Ellis and Judy Berry, members participate in projects such as collecting articles for nursing home patients and toys for underprivleged children. Club members also participate in programs stressing the importance of high scholastic performance throughout high school and college.
Officers L to R Bobby Stewert. Vice-President; June McBrayer, President; Betsy Ap pleton. Secretary Treasurer
Bottom Row: L to R Amy Davis. Kelly McClendon. Anita Shell, Julie Kapel, Angie Hawkins, June McBrayer, Betsy Appleton, Tyann Bagwell. Middle Row Mrs. Ellis, Deanna Quarles. Julie Cornelius. Kay Taylor. Courtney Campbell. Nicky Sims, Jimmy Faulkner. Mrs. Berry. Top Row Jonathon Sutton, Randy Kennedy. Bobby Stewart. Arnold Collett, Allen Haiges. Brent Mayfield. Eric Nobis. Tommy Davis.
The G.A.A. is composed of girls who have an interest in sports. The G.A.A. has had projects to raise money this year. The club teaches them to have better sportsmanship with other teams as well as among ourselves. This makes them more aware of how they need to have a good attitude toward the opposing team.
Officers; L to R Tammy Stephens, Treasurer; Shawn Wilson. Vice-President; Cherry Ann Spurgeon, Secretary; Maria Clark, President; Juanita Spurgeon. Parlimentarian.
L to R Mrs. Maynard. Tammy Stephens. Shawn Wilson. Juanita Griggs, Maria Clark. Juanita Spurgeon. Julie Ferguson. Cherry Ann Spurgeon. Ann Henry. Lisa Robinson. April Gipson. Denise Eaton. Patricia Phillips.N.I.K.E.
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 club works closely with the Heart Fund and makes meaningful contributions to needy families.
Officers bottom L to R Glennis Phmm. President; Michelle Soper. Vice President; Sherry Segars, Project Chairman. Top Row Julie Ferguson. Secretary. Angel Belue, Treasurer. Kay Benefield, Parlimentarian; Freda Rodgers, Social Chairman.
Bottom Row: L to R Lela Mitchell, Melissa Prickett. Glennis Primm, Sherry Segars Middle Row Phyllis Smith. Julie Ferguson. Patricia Phillips. Michelle Soper, Freda Rogers. Top Row Angel Belue, Kay Benefield, Sara Lee Swateck, Pam Brown.
134Front Row L to R Ronda Eller. Beverly Spurgeon. Beth Neerman. Nancy Hardy. Kristin Ramsey, Melanie Luther, Anna Bains. Betsy Appleton. Carrie Pearce. Bam Whit ten. Kim Massey, Karen Appleton. Kim Shadinger. Mary Woodham, Eric Reaves. Middle Row Mrs. Adams. Tammy Ham. Allison Davis. Mike Lang. Stacy Garmon. De-wayne Smith. Terry Thomas. Scott Hall. Kay Taylor. Dan Sampson, Vanessa Harris. Connie Thacker. Cheryl Blackmon. David Richey. Tammy Coby Top Rou Trey Finlay. Melissa Hilley. LaDon Hilley, Randy Bodine, Norman Darden. Valerie Clemons. Todd McIntyre. Penny Gautney, Paul Jackson. Eric Perry. Joey Baker. Darrell Cooper, Cindy Edmondson.
The Interact Club is a school and community service club that is sponsored by the Albertville Rotary Club. Interactors are also members of Explorer Post 61, a division of the Boy Scouts of America. The goals of Interact are:
To recognize and develop constructive leadership and personal integrity.
To encourage and practice throughfulness of and helpfulness to others.
To create an awareness of the importance of home and family.
To build respect for the rights of others.
To emphasize the acceptance of individual responsibility.
To recognize the value of all useful occupation.
To provide opportunities for gaining increased knowledge and understanding of community, nation, and world affairs.
To open avenues of personal and group action leading to international understanding and goodwill toward all peoples.
Officers Connie Thacker. Vice President; Joey Baker. Parlimentarian. Anna Bains. SecretaryLibrary
The purpose of the Library Club is to sponsor a greater interest among the students in the use of books and library services, to stimulate reading interests and to improve the library media services of the school.
Committees work to provide interesting and informative programs through-out the year. Our project this year was participating in the Department of Mental Health Operations Santa Claus.
Officers: Kelli Holder, Secretary-Treasurer; Randy Bodine, Vice-President; Jana Roe. President.
1st Row L to R Mary Lucas. Sandy Williams. Karen Powell. Kelli Bonds. Jana Roe. Rica Gilliland 2nd Row Mrs. Cole. Kelli Holder. Mischa Currie. Richard Massey. Michael Penny, Randy Bodine, Shannon Cole, Mrs. Patricia Smith, Mrs. Jane Smith.
Officers: L to R: Dan Sampson. President; Susan Rice. Vice-President; Shawn Wilson. Secretary Treasurer; Ronda Eller. Reporter.
Bottom Roar L to R Sandy Williams. Ronda Eller, Susan Young. Amanda McCrary. Beth Neerman, Johnny Ogle. Melanie Luther, David Foreman. Karen Appleton, Justice Wade. John Pall. 2nd Row Mike Gentry. Leigh McElrath, Patsy Henry, Sandy Chamblee, Susan Rice, Shawnee Hardeman. Vanessa Harris. Donna Reeves. Renee Smith Leanna Adams. Kim Massey. Angela Hopper. Robyn Keeton. Miss Teal. 3rd Row Scott Quigly, Joey Baker. Craig Beasley. Greg Wilson. Scott Parker. David Mastin, Roy Witcraft. 4th Row Sara Narveson. Bain Whitten. Shawn Wilson. Donna Jolley. Kurt Quily, Dorothy Coy. Beverly Spurgeon. Tammy Hastings. Ann Henry. 5th Row Teresa Pruitt. Selina Eddie. Dan Sampson. Paul Jackson. Jill Cornelious. Penny Gautney. Mary Jane Adams.
Spanish Club members participated in many activities this year including dining in Mexican restaurants, breaking pinatas at the Christmas fiesta, caroling at the Nursing Home, and attending the State Spanish Club Convention in Tuscaloosa. Second year students were treated to performance of the Mexican Ballet Folklorico, and a special presentation of the play Don Quixote, in Birmingham. And five students actually “lived the language” by traveling to Mexico for a week. jViva el espanol!
137Vocational Industrial Clubs of America
1st Row Richard Bryany. Bruce Garmon, Brian Lee. Mark Sanders. Scott Mann. Jeff Clines. Jeff Marshall 2nd Row Mr. Denham. Terri Rolins, Kathy Banks. Cindy Me-Calbrs. Kim Thurmon. Kim Shell, Paula Minor. Steven Lowry. 3rd Row Brad Conquest. Barry Swords. Charlie Rains, Phillip Moman, Jeff Webb. Tommy Duckett. Mark East. Randall Daugettc. 4th Row: Kenneth Johnson, Randy Ferguson, Danny Hunt. Rickey Daniels. Joe Williams. Jeff Richards, Gary Olivers. Bill Jones
Officers L to R Jeff Marshall. President; Kim Thurmond. Vice-President; Terri Rollins, Secretary; Cindy McCullars. Treasurer; Randy Ferguson. Reporter; Kim Shell. Parlimentarian.
Vocational Industrial Clubs of America is a club for students enrolled in trade, industrial, technical and health occupational courses. VICA prepares youth for life. It brings together young men and women who share common interests for exchange of ideas, a discussion of problems and the opportunity to work toward common purposes. VICA also offers recognition through a national program of awards and contests.Homecoming
1st Row L to R Soph. Scarlett Mayhall. Junior Carrie Pearce, Freshman Susan Cochran and Leanne Jones. Senior Kelly Campbell. 2nd Row Senior Leanna Adams, Sophomore Alesha Young. 3rd Row Senior Melonie Jones. Junior Debbie Shockley, and Senior Miriam Kelly.
141Coronation Time Comes with
Trumpeteers • Regina Peppers. Marianne Milner. Tyann Bagwell. Jill McBrayerAnticipation and Excitement
Sceptor bearer — Lee Ellis. Crown bearer Elizabeth Grace. Sceptor bearer Veionica Little Flower bearer Erin Henley, and Crown bearer Kyle Stewart Chavers
143A.H.S. King Shannon May hall
144Hard Work Makes Perfection
146Seniors — Lori Champion and Greg Wilson
Seniors — Kay Benefield and Jeff Bryant
Senior — Brad Lang Escorted Sr. BeautyKingsman Joey Baker Princess Tara ThompsonKingsman David Benefield Princess Miriam KellySenior
Seniors — Jennifer Davis and Steve Hayes
Seniors — Kelly Campbell and Shane Roebuck
Seniors — Angel Belue and Leslie King1982 Coronation
1st Row Kim Hooper Cyril Swatek Carrie Pearce Scotty Rice Melanie Boatwright Shannon Kirby Jennifer Davis Steve Hayes
Miriam Kelly Tara Thompson Melonie Jones 2nd Row:
Becky Hanson Mark Stephens Connie Ham Scott Barksdale Anna Bains
3rd Row: Leanna Adama
Jo Anna Campbell Jim Mitchell Debbie Shockley Scott Parker Leigh Hood Darrell Cooper Kay Lang Mark Compton1st Row:
Shannon Mayhall David Benefield Joey Baker Mary Woodham Brad Lang Lisa Harbison Stevie Hill
Tracie Cannady Edwin Murray 2nd Row :
Kelly Campbell Shane Roebuck Susan Corbin Doug Styke Angel Belue
Leslie King Karen Stone Jeff Edwards 3rd Row:
Susan Cochran Ty Segars Leanne Jones Chad Beasley
Glennis Primm Ernie Duffey Scarlett Mayhall James Lessley Norman Darden Kay Benefield Jeff BryantJuniors — Debbie Shockley and Scott Parker
Junior — Mark Compton — Escorted Jr. Beauty
Sophomores — Kim Hooper and Cyril SwatekSophomores — Karen Stone and Jeff Edwards
Sophomores — Melanie Boatwright and Shannon Kirby
Sophomores — Anna Bains and John Pall
Sophomores — Christy Painter and Stevie Hill
Sophomores — Scarlett Mayhall and James Lessley
Sophomore — Mark Stephens — Escorted Soph. Beauty
Freshmen — Susan Cochran and Ty Segars
aFreshmen Favorites —
Tracie Cannady and Edwin Murray
Freshmen Favorites — Kelly Rice and Kyle Maddox
Freshmen Favorites — Joanna Campbell and Jim Mitchell
Freshmen Favorite — Chad Beasley
161“An Enchanted Evening”
Mistress of Ceremony — Nancy HardySeniors Score a “Sensational Second”
“Three Fables from a Broken Fortune Cookie” was really three skits in one. With the setting in ancient China, each skit was a comment on human weaknesses in political bureaucracy, love and romance, and love of money.
163Juniors Leave the Audience “Spell-Bound”
The combination of a worn out wizard, an ambitious apprentice, and a helping hand with a mind of its own produced a delightful effect as the 1982 Junior Class took the audience on a trip into days of old with its presentation of "The Sorcerer’s Apprentice Finds a Helping Hand.”
164The Tortoise and the Hare Hit the Road. The forest is busy with preparations for the annual great race, the ‘Footfall 500,” between the tortoise and the Hare. The sly and crafty fox sees an opportunity to make money by placing bets on the race. Enlisting the aid of bragging Blue Jay and the chicken, the fox devises a plan to trick the rabbit into winning and pick up a bundle however, things do not go as planned. The tortoise wins as usual, the hare becomes the Easter bunny, and the Blue Jay wins all the money.
Sophomores Run a “Close Race”Freshmen Finish a “Fantastic ”
Pinnochio: No Strings Attached
Geppetto, a childless toymaker, wishes for a boy. In answer to his request Pinnochio and Shirley Temple are brought to life by a punk queen. The children decide to help Geppetto with his deplorable economic situation by organizing a rock concert with the help of Jiminy Crickett, Little Orphan Annie, Hulk, Rubiks cube, Candy Chows, Robert Young, Pac-man, the Beatles, Devo, Doug and Bob McKenzie, Olivia Newton-John, President Reagan, and Jack in-the-Box. Geppetto and the children learn that love is more important than anything else, especially “When You Wish Upon a Star.’’
Military Ball Queen — Lori Champion
Upper Left Lori Champion is crowned Queen. Lower Left Becky Hanson — 1st alternate, Lori Champion — Queen, Kelly Campbell — 2nd alternate.
167‘Tears ” Entertains at Junior-Senior Prom
169170“Sock Hop” Is a Success!
Ben Davis Regina Peppers David Perkins Karen Beam
Kim Shadinger Laura Maddox Brad Blackmon Kim Gilbert
Barry Swords Charlie Rains Ellen Glassco Sara Lee Swatek
Scott Mann Not Pictured: John ThomasJunior Personalities
L. to ?.:
Connie Thacker Paula Heaton Beth Bryant Marian Haiges
Kim Massey 2nd Row :
Trey Finley Scott McKee Chuck Burgess
Not Pictured: Lisa Oden Randy Benefield Shane Lowery Jerome McCrary
Cheryl Blackmon Paul Woodruff Cayla Camppbell
Angie Watson Terri Morrow Serena McCamy
Not Pictured: Dewayne Bowen Kerry Graves David Pair John Thomas
L.toR 1st Row:
Charlotte Bearden Tammy Stone Kelly McClendon
Johnna Mitchell 2nd Row:
Davy Ferguson Stephen Crews
Not Pictured Mitch Morgan George Williams
Bits -N- Pieces of YesterdayVarsity Football Team 1981
Bottom Row L to R.: Alan Scott, Scott Quigley, Steven Biddle, Mark Compton. Scotty Rice. Clint Compton, Steve Stoker, John Thomas, Waynle Bowen. 2nd Row CcH George Thorne, Chuck EUis, Doug Styke, Allen Simmons, Scotty Tidwell, Rodney Pope, Chad Nelms, David Pair, Boo Swatek, James Lessley. John Paul, Brad Powell 3rd Row Coach Vernon Wells. Brad Conquest, Maurice Williams. Willie McCrary, Lee Vines, David Perkins, Jerome McCrary, Shawn Yao, Chris Roebuck. Mike Gentry John Taylor. Barry Swords. Marty Tidwell, CoachRonnie Little, Coach Cliff Gillies. 4th Row: John Paul Beck, Shannon Mayhall, Brad Lang, David Benefield. Steve Haves. Jo Thomas. Trey Powell, Darrel Cooper, Randy Benefield, Jerry Staton, Jeff Millican, Roge .Cagle, Jeff Bryant.
lohnDavid Benefield — Quarter Back
Jeff Bryant — Defensive End
Senior Football Players
Shannon Mayhall — Running Back
Steve Hayes — Running Back Brad Lang — Full BackAs We Draw the Winning Card
181Brad Conquest — Tackle
Darrell Cooper — End
John Thomas — Wide ReceiverBarry Swords — Tackle
Marty Tidwell — Line Back
Shawn Yao — Center
Alan Scott — Guard
John Taylor — Guard184Jr. High Football Team
Bottom Row: L. to R.: Jackson Lester, Anthony Williams, Chris Sherer, Nelson Powell, Bill Traylor, Johnny Lindsey. Carry Lowery, Chris Elrod, Micheal Yao, Bob Beauchamp, Coach Larry Colburn. 2nd Row: Billy Tedder, Jim Mitchell, Bobby Stuart, David Ferguson, Chad Beasley, Kyle Maddox, Brad Thomas, George Williams, Dale Hughs, Dal Thomas. 3rd Row: Jimmy Falkner, Blake Nixon, Jason Pate, Edwin Murrey, Jerry Davis, Jeff Martin, Eric Waldron, Tommy Davis, Ty Segars, Stacy Bonds.
Jody WootenVarsity Basketball Team
L. to Jody Wooten, Johnny Griggs. Doug Styke. Shane Roebuck. Jimmy Brooks. Eamie Duffy, Greg Wilson. Keith Southern. Kirk Minor, Roger Cagle. Chuck Burgess. Joey Baker. Jonathan Spurgeon, Norman Darden. Kneeling: Coach Shannon Sloan.Johnny Griggs
188Aggies Draw Two.
189Above: Coach Moore watches intently.
Below: B-Team player, Edwards, shoots for two.
Above: Graves and Dabbs strive for the rebound.
190B-Tearn Basketball Tearn
Bottom Row: Maurice Williams, Kenneth Edwards. Stevie Hill, James Lessley, Carry Graves, Alan Simmons. 2nd Row: Coach Mickey Moore, Shannon Kirby. Paul Davis. Gary Dabbs, Jeff Edwards, Mark Stevens.Girls’ Basketball Team
Kneeling: L. to R. Kathy Webb, Diane Spurgeon, Maria Clark, Juanita Griggs. 2nd Row: Shawn Wilson, Kim Boyd, Coach Cliff Gillies, Robin Roden, Juanita Spurgeon.
192Offense and Defense Are Partners in the Game
1931981-82 Varsity Cheerleaders
Bottom Row: L. to R.: Karen Appleton, Fonda Formby. 2nd Row: Lisa Harblson. Kim Jolley. Renee Smith. Kim Shadinger, Tara Thompson. Top Kay Lang. Michelle Gaither, Becky Hanson.
Tara Thompson — Co-Head. 3 years
Kim Shadinger — Co-Head. 3 yearsJunior 2 years
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Kneeling: Anna Bains. 2nd Row: Valerie Clemons, Tammy McCreless, Karen Stone. 3rd Row: Scarlett Mayhall. Top: Kristin Ramsey.
1982 Jr. Varsity Cheerleaders
Scarlett Mayhall — Head.
197Anna Bains Kristin Ramsey
The junior varsity cheerleaders have done a great job getting the spirit going at AHS. At Auburn last summer they received two excellent and two superior ribbons. They won the spirit stick every night and brought one home. Besides their usual duties, the JV cheerleaders cheered for Jr. High football and went to the Sub-State basketball tourney with the Jr. High basketball team.
Bottom Row: L. to R: Coach Donna Maynard. April Gipson. Shawnee Hardman. Michele Hicks, Susan Rice. Denise Eaton. Nena Harris. 2nd Row: Tammy Stephens. Maria Clark, Rhonda Roden, Juanita Griggs, Juanita Spurgeon, Shawn Wilson.
199Girls’ Volleyball Is the Name of the Game
Top Left: A coach and team conference before the game.
Right: Harris sets it up for Rice.
Bottom Left: Roden plays the game with style. Bottom Right: Hicks gets ready for a spike.
2001982 Wrestling Team
Bottom: L. to ?.: Ronald Burgess, Leslie King, Keith Cantaberry, John Paul Beck, Mark Pankey, Benji Cain, Johnny Ogle. Top: Coach Ronnie Little, Alan Whitley, Kurt Quigley, Brad Blackmon, Johnny Masters, Chris Narvason, Tommy Davis, Andy Jones.
Senior Team Members
Fort Payne — Won Fort Payne — Lost Walter Welburn — Lost Guntersville — Won Arab — Lost Scottsboro — Lost Arab — Lost Guntersville — Won
L. to R.: Alan Whitley, Brad Blackmon, Johnny Masters, Leslie King, Chris Narveson.Aggies Control the Hand With Smiles and Fins
Top Left: The opponent is thrown by Jones.
Top Right: Narveson grins for the camera as he pins his man. Bottom Left: Canterbury works for the win.
Bottom Right: Masters congratulates King for a successful game.
202Top: King controls the situation.
Middle: The referee watches for the winning move.
Left: The game deals many surprises, but the Aggies are prepared for them all.
203Girls’ Tennis Team
Bottom Row: L to R. Gayle Hannah, Donna Jolley, Beth Croft, Kelly Campbell, Courtney Campbell. 2nd Row: Coach Jan Millican, Missy Moore Jennifer Sweitzer Beth Neerman, Kay McElrath. Not Shown.Patricia Phillips.
Campbell returns with an expert backhand.
Croft works for the point
204Aggie Girls “Love” the Tennis Challenge.
Top: Sweitzer concentrates on the return volley.
Middle: Hannah reaches for victory.
Bottom: Moore sets up for a return.
205Varsity Baseball Team
1st Row L to ?.. Chriss Spence, Bobby Stuart, Jody Wotten, Eric Perry, Paul Woodruff, Chuck Wells, Al Scott, Andy Bates, Vaughn Norris. 2nd Row: Joey Backer, David Terrel, Alan Simmons, Jeff Edwards, Mark Stevens, Lanny Baugh, Darrel Copper, Mike Williams. Scott McKee.
206Pitchers: Bottom Row: L. to R.: Chris Spence, Bobby Stuart, Vaughn Norris. 2nd Row: Chuck Wells. David Terrel, Mark Stevens, Lanney Baugh. Sr.Baseball Is the Name of the Game.
Top Left: First pitch of the game.
Top Right: Coach Mickey Moore Right: Baugh sends it out over the fence. Below: Scott hits the ball with ease
208Albertville Girls’ Track Tearn
Kneeling: L. to R.: Gloria Edwards, Emma Vines, Juanita Spurgeon, Dianne Spurgeon. 2nd Row: Jeneane Smith, Ann Henry, Shan Sloan, Beth Warren. Not Shown: Coach Joann Moore.
209All County Sports Awards
L. toR.: All County Football. John David Perkins. All Region. John Taylor, Steve Hayes. Shannon Mayhall, All Region, Brad Lang, All Region. Darrel Cooper. All Region. Jeff Bryant, All Region. Not Pictured: Brad Conquest, All Region.
All County Track and All Region: L. to R.: Maurice Williams, Willie McCrary, All County Track and All Region: Shawn Yao.
Shannon Mayhall. Not Pictured: Tim Moman.All County Girls' Volleyball: L. to R.: Tammy Stephens, Shawn Wilson, Juanita Griggs, Maria Clark.
All County Girls Basketball: L. to ?.: Shawn Wilson, Juanita Spurgon, Maria Clark.
All County Tennis: L. to ?. Beth Croft, Maria Clark.
County and State Golf: Thad Thornbury.
211Wrestling. L. to R. Chris Narveson, All County and State, Kieth Canaberry, All All County Baseball L. to R : Lanney Baugh, Darrel Cooper, A1 Scott.
County, Lesie King, All State, Jonny Masters, All County and State.
L. to R: Bill Traylor, Most Outstanding Lineman, All District and Region, All County, Most Valuable Player. George Williams, All District, Region, and County, Most Outstanding Back. Pat Madden, All Region and District. Kyle Maddux, Most Outstanding Back.
212Seniors Pull Through With a Score of 13-12
L. to R.: 1st Row: Kay Benefield, Regina Peppers, Leigh Hood, Maria Clark, Teresa Ortiz, Jenny Davis, and Tara Thompson. 2nd Row: Alan Scott, Shannon Mayhall, Dar-ryll Cooper, Marianne Milner, David Perkins, Kathy Webb, Donna Persell, Sandra Edwards, Michelle Hicks, Georgeann Shavers, Renee Smith, Gay Taft, Regina Amason, Shaun Yao, and David Benefield.
213Juniors Play the Hand With Style.
Right: Junior team members are excited over a good play. Below: Wilson runs for yardage.
Sitting: L. to R Sonya Tyson, Tammy Franklin, Juanita Griggs, Karen Appleton, Allison Davis, Beth Bryant, LeeAnn McClendon. 2nd Row Gina Gordon, Cindy Staton, Tammy Bright. Nina Harris, Carrie McCoy. Shawn Wilson. Kim Herse. Standing: Coaches: Trey Powell, Chad Nelms. Scott Quigley, Clint Compton, and Mike Gentry. Deborah Wilkes, Patricia Phillips, Michelle Gaither, Marion Haiges, Connie Thacker. Coaches Rodney Pope. Gerome McCrary. Mark Compton, Chuck Ellis. Scotty Rice.Powderpuff Pics . . .
215J.R.O.T.C. Rifle Team
The team record for this year is 18 wins and 1 loss. They took 3rd place in both the Auburn and Alabama invita-tionals and 2nd in the Tennessee Pioneer Bowl. High individual shooter for the year is Dewayne Smith.
Team Members: Bottom Row: Dewayne Smith, Charles Snyder, Terry Shell. 2nd Row: Phillip Riddle, Luke Kilpatrick, Allen Mathis. Not Shown Kurt Kaple.
J.R.O.T.C. Rowing Team
The J.R.O.T.C. rowing team won first place in the rowing meet at the University of Alabama “Bama ROTC Day.”
Team Members Front: Steve Baldwin. 2nd Row: Arnold Dollett, Kerry Graves, Mike Yao, Kenneth Edwards. 3rd Row: Chris Todd, Alfie Ratcllffe, David Hicks, Joe Ennis. Not Shown: Isral Ramsey.
I plan to attend Agnes Scott College in the fall in a prelaw curriculum. 1 participated in many school activities such as Scholar’s Bowl team and the math team, which placed second at the Marshall County Tournament. I was in the top ten on individuals and a member of the ciphering team. District secretary of SAE, adtive in Interact Club, Science Club, Math Club and Sr. National Honor Society. I was co-editor of Windsketches and sports editor of the 1982 Mountaineer. At the 1982 Coronation I served as Mistress of Ceremonies, I was a commended student of the National Merit Society and received a National Merit Science Award. At class night I received the English and Mathematics award and honor cord. I am a member of the First Baptist Church of Alvertville. I am a member of the youth choir there.
Today marks the end of the sheltered part of our lives. We each will begin to move out into the world. Some will go to college: others to work.
In today’s world it seems that there is a lot to fear — unemployment, poverty, war. Most of these things are not in our hands so we may only observe their effects. We have received a background of knowledge and confidence here at A.H.S., and now is the time for it to be tested and put to use.
Edison said “There is far more opportunity than there is abilities.” I do not agree. Each person has abilities he never realizes. These abilities can be shaped to meet the needs of the opportunities in our lives. What inhibits someone from fulfilling these abilities is the lack of enthusiasm.
The famous writer, Ralph Waldo Emerson, said “Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.” In discussing this, the producer Samuel Goldwyn added “enthusiasm is the key not only to the achievement of it, it will bless not only us but the world.
If I could wish but one thing for all of us, it would be the enthusiasm and desire to be the best at what we choose to do.
— Nancy Elizabeth Hardy
218I plan to attend Snead State Junior College on the Marion Kelly English Scholarships. My plans are to major in advertising and minor in English. I was a member of Future Homemakers of America, and Spanish Club. I was a member of the girls’ volleyball team for 2 years. 1 was awarded with honorable mention at the school science fair and I took first place at the Regional Science Fair in the Earth Space and Science division. 1 was in the Who’s Who Among High School Students. At Class Night I received the Chemistry Award, Snead Scholarship, and my honor cord.
“With regard to excellence; it isn’t enough to know, but we must try to have and use it.”
Today is the day to look back on the past experiences that we have shared. However, it is also a time to look forward to our dreams for the future.
Following graduation, each of us will go our own separate way. As we make our life’s decision, we need to remember that the world is filled with mediocrity and that excellence is a rare quality. We need to be the best we can be, yet success is not occupying a lofty place or doing conspicuous work; it is being the best that is in us. Make the most of what you are.
“If you can’t be a pine on the top of the hill Be a, shrub in the valley — but be the best little shrub by the side of the hill;
Be a bush if you can’t be a tree.
If you can’t be a bush,
Be a bit of the grass.
And some highway happier make;
If you can’t be a muskie then just be a bass —
But the liveliest bass in the lake!
We can’t all be captains, we’ve go to be crew.
There’s something for all of us here,
There’s big work to do, and there’s lesser to do.
And the task you must do is the
Salutatorian — Shawnee HardemanStudents
David Perkins — Golden Rule Award, Overall Science Award.
Shawnee Hardeman — Chemistry Award.
Tara Thompson — F.H.A. Award, Golden Rule Award.
Brad Blackman — All-Around Student, Biological Science.
Greg Wilson — Agri-Business, Citizenship.
220Kelly Campbell — Art Award, Citizenship
Shawn Yao — Retired Offices Asso. Medal, Tammy Coby — Home Economics Award.
Marla Clark — School Spirit Award, Athletics Award.
Tim Kennamer — School Spirit Award. Class President Award.
April Gipson — Sportsmanship Award, Physical Education Award.
221Joey Baker — Sportsmanship.
Lori Champion ROTC Sponsor.
All-Around Student, Outstanding
Shannon Mayhall — Athletics
Terry Thomas — Dekalb Award.
Jeffery Holland — Physical Education.
2221982 Honor Students
L. toft. 1st Row: Tammy Drain, Sarah Narveson, Kelly Campbell, Nancy Hardy, Cindy Edmondson, Melonie Young, Karen Beam. Leigh Hood, Tara Thompson, and Jana Roe. 2nd Row: Ellen Glassco, Paula Minor, David Terrell, Dewayne Smith, Lori Champion, Shawnee Hardeman, Pam Silas, and Mary McClure. 3rd Row: Susan Rice, Tim Jarmon, Wade Robinson, Steve Benefield, Noel Engleman, Shaun Yao, David Perkins. 4th Row: Terry Thomas, Sherry Stephens, and Tommy Duckett.
i to ft. 1st Row: Sarah Narveson, Kelly Campbell, Tammy Drain, Terry Thomas, Laura Maddux, Maria Clark, Leigh Hood, Tara Thompson. Jana Roe and Renee Smith. 2nd Row: Phillip Moman, Tim Jarmon. Susan Rice, Lori Champion. Shawnee Hardeman. Mary McClure, and Richard Massey. 3rd Row: Gregg Pair, Steve Benefield. Jill McBrayer, Jonathan Carter, and David Perkins.
Chris Roebuck, and Greg Barkley.
2nd in District L. to R . Bobby Walters.
POWER MACHINES OR SMALL ENGINES,
District: L. to R.: Dan Glassco. Billy Glassco, and John Abbney.
PUBLIC SPEAKING, 3,d
In County: Jay Robinson.
Counly and District L. to R.: Bruce Mitchell, Johnny Edwaards, Bret Slaton, and Chuck Ellis.FORESTRY
JUD BIN B, 1st in County. 2nd in District L. to R: Jon Todd, Terry Thomas. Jay Robinson, and Grant Barkley.
JU ) 3I I 3. L. to ?.: Dan Glassco, Jeff Martin, and Tim Howard.
MECHANICS, 4th in District
L. to R.: Craig Beasley, Joey Carroll, Randy Bodine, and Alan Parnell.
SOIL JUDGING: u,
Randy Bodine. Jay Robinson, Grant Barkley, and Alan Pennell.
225F.B.L.A. CONTEST WINNERS: m fbla. Jana Ro«;
Accounting II, Kim Henely; Clerk Typist, Karen Stone; Talent, Christ! Painter; Office Procedures, Renee Smith; Stenographer I, PauJa Heaton.
REGION SCIENCE FAIR
WINNERS: Shawnee Hardeman; LeeAnn
DISTRICT 2 MISS
SAE. Jennifer Davis.
SCHOOL SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS:
LaDon Hilley, Jill McBrayer, Jon Walker, LeeAnn Blackmon, David Perkins, Scott Parker, Dewayne Smith, Dorothy Coy, Donna Jolley, Debbie Rives.
SPECIAL OLYMPICS WINNERS: u»
Susan Hales, Angela Lemley, James Grindle, Chris Heard, Donny Morgan, Melissa Simmons, Glenton Anduton, Nancy Stanfield, Lisa Havis, John King, Timmy Grindle, Floyd Powell, Melissa Malone, George Lemley, David Jolley.
226Cadet Donald Richardson
At the direction of the Secretary of the Army, Cadet Douglas Richardson was awarded the United States Army Medal of Heroism for an exceptionally courageous and heroic act of bravery in saving the life of Mr. Ward Burt who was involved in a boating accident on Lake Guntersville. The award was presented on behalf of the Army by Colonel Rider, Professor of Military Science at Jacksonville State University.
GADSDEN BUSINESS COLLEGE TYPE-OFF: spuria
V.I.C.A. COMPETITIVE EVENTS:
Foodmarketing. Tanya Johnston; General Marketing. Eddie Moman.
Appliance Repair, Mark Sanders; Nurse’s Aide and Study Guide, Cindy McCullars; Job Interview, Chris Narveson.
227Retiring Personnel Honored
George Heath has been teaching for 33 years, 12 of which have been here at Albertville High School. Teaching in the areas of History, Science, Physical Education, and Driver’s Education at AHS.
Prior to teaching here, he taught 5 years at Athens High School, 12 years at Emma Sansom High School, and 4 years at a High School in Georgia. His presence will certainly be missed here at A.H.S.
Ed McCreless has been working as custodian here at Albertville High School for 32 years. 19 of which were spent driving a county school bus. He was the first county bus driver to transport the band to and from school functions.
After 14 years of driving, he received a certificate for safe bus driving. Mr. McCreless retired from bus driving in 1962 and served as a substitute driver for the next 5 years. He will be truly missed at A.H.S.
MISS JR. CIVIT AN-CANADA: » 1st PLACE ART COMPETITION -
Alabama Federation of Spanish Club Convention: Jana Parris.Band
OUTSTANDING BANDSMAN AWARD. l. r p»u.
Jackson, Lori Champion, James Minor, Melanie Luther, Doug Bearden, Gary Wehrwein.
Most Valuable Marching Band Member: Paul Jackson.
Most Valuable Concert Band Member: Loro Fleming.
Mos Valuable Symphonic Band Member. Melanie Luther.
Best Rookie: Jonna Mitchell
Author of Our Alma Mater Alberta Hinds Tate graduated from the 7th District Agricultural College, now Albertville High School, in 1911. When she was a senior, Alice Kirk who was her English teacher, asked her to write the Alma Mater. She played around with poetry a lot and was encouraged by a writer name A. C. Walker. She later wrote our now Alma Mater. It was set to music later by George Nixon from an old song. The principal at that time was Buford Hobby.
Alberta Hinds Tate — Class of 1911The Graduate The Graduate will remember,
Days gone by,
And the days to come.
He will always remember the good times,
But may refuse to remember the bad.
He is faced with new responsibilities,
And will head toward new horizons.
The adult life he faces,
Will be new,
And full of unexpected pleasures.
To leave the friends he has made,
Will be hard and difficult to do,
But the new relationships he will find,
Will give him new insights and interests.
So as you leave on your Graduation Day,
Remember, you still have those friends,
And you still have those memories to hang on to.
So hang on to them,
And don’t forget the things that have made these years so great, On your 1982 Graduation Day!
— Kelly CampbellIn Memory of.. .
Philip Shane LoweryBOB’S MEN’S
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CHURCH DIRECTORY 1982
ASSEMBLIES OF GOD
Calvary Temple 402 Rose Road Cary Rigby, 413 Highland Ave.
Antioch Baptist, 130 First St.
Raymond Cook 134 First St.
Beulah, East Main St.
Central, High Point Rd.
Mike Johnson, Rt. 6, Box 160-B
Dixie Street J. B. Oliver, Rt. 1
First Albertville, 309 East Main St.
David Askins, 103 Sycamore Lane Little Branch, West Main St.
Beryl Williams, Rt. 3 Mount Calvary, 201 Rose Road Jimmy Taylor, Sr., 503 Honeysuckle Lane Mount Vernon, South Broad St.
Allen Black, Rt. 3, Box 17-A Saint Paul, East Scott Ave. Church St. Orange Thomas, 1006 Kyle Alley, Gadsden Solitude, Solitude Rd.
Willis B. Kelly, Rt. 6 Southside, Sims Ave.
Ben L. Edmondson, 1003 Ash St.
Union Grove 1, Carlisle Ave.
Clyde Hartley, P.O. Box 156
CHURCH OF CHRIST
East Albertville, Hwy. 431 So.
Carroll R. Sutton, Edmondson St.
North Broad St., 308 N. Broad Lewis J. Andrews CHURCH OF GOD Church of God, 606 Baltimore Ave.
Church of God, 810 Rose Road Charles McDowell, Rt. 5, Boaz Church of God Union assembley, Janet St.
Harold Brown c o B. S. Simpson, 157 Mt. Vernon Homes, Boaz CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE First Church, 204 Bollinger St.
Bill Nichols, 618
Christ Church, 607 East Main St.
John Sewell, P.O. Box 493
New Life Center, 210 N. Broad St. Don Akers, Rt. 5, Box 55, Boaz
First Church, 501 College Ave. S. Micheal O’Brien, P.O. Box 37
Allen Chapel Union W. L. Montgomery 407 Colman St.
Christ Church, Phillips Dr. Tex Ergle 1405 Phillils Dr.
Corbinville, Corbinville Rd. Clifford Moore, P.O. Box 565 First Church, 206 Madison Ave. Travis Warlick Hewett Memorial, 1110 Walnut St. Larry Wright Mount High, Hwy 205 N. Mitchell F. Morton
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Congratulations to Class of 1982
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301 Hwy. 431 N. 878-9239
Cosmetics and Beauty Salon
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