Allen County High School - Patriot Yearbook (Scottsville, KY)
- Class of 1968
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Allen County Higtt Scttoot
5a5le of Contents
P In Appreciation
Mr. and Miss Allen County High
The Top 10'Z:
1 Senior Superlatives
' Officers '
f Class Members
The Eighth Grade
' Student Council
Future Homemakers of America
Future Farmers of America
Future Teachers of America
Future Business Leaders of America
Visual Aids Club
Industrial Arts Club
Junior Beta Club
Golf and Baseball
1 Annual Staff
A History of Our School
If you had come to Allen County High School twenty-seven years ago in 1941, there would have been
approximately 120 high school students being taught by tive teachers in tive classrooms. If you were to
visit the same place today, you would see approximately 765 students and 36 teachers busily working in
26 classrooms and 3 mobile units. This is quite a contrast-120 students to 765 students. 5 classrooms to 29
classrooms, and 5 teachers to 36 teachers.
Originally there were four high schools in the county for our students. They were Mount Zion near
Holland, Mount Victory near Trammel, Meador in the north, and Petroleum in the south. In 1941 Mount
Victory and Meador High Schools merged to form Allen County High School. The tive teachers who taught
this year were Mr. Simmons as Principal and history teacher, Mr. Claudius Harris, Mrs. Nadine Spencer,
Mrs. Lola Weaver, and Mr. B.O. Hinton. For one year approximately 120 students attended Allen County.
Then in 1942 the students from Petroleum and Mount Zion joined us. The new teachers added this year
were Mr. and Mrs. Fraim, Mr. Woodward, Miss Lula Dalton, and Mr. Whitlow.
After Allen County High had been in existence for only one full year, disaster struck. Cn May 10, 1942
the building bumed. Practically the whole structure was destroyed. The day after the tire, work was
started to rebuild the school. Four men-Deck Spencer, Stirling Lambert, Burbon Myers, and T.C. Simmons
did most of the work of rebuilding the school. The work was slow and discouraging. As the students would
walk from class to class on rainy days, it would rain on them through the holes in the roof.
Through the years many changes, improvements and additions have been made to that first building
here at Allen County High. Each of these changes was much needed. At the present time we are all looking
forward to the new Allen County High School building.
The spirit of our student body and the competent faculty has made our school one of the finest in the
area. We feel that with improvements soon to be made in our physical facilities Allen County High School
will continue to grow and improve with the times, developing the minds and hearts of young people and
preparing them for the years ahead.
5fie Patriot Staff
Staff members are Peggy Wilson, Marie Turner, Brenda Murley, Brenda Morgan, Mary Devine, and Judy Mayhew. Not pictured is Mrs
Margaret Brown, advisor.
As you turn the pages of this book, think back over the wonderful year that has skipped so
quickly through our fingers. Remember all the new experiences and the old familiar ones.
Allow yourself to be enveloped in the spirit of Allen County High School as it was in 1967-1968.
This is the Patriot!
Annual Advertising Committee
Working with Mr. Woodward on the sale of advertising are Brenda Murley, Mary Devine, Brenda Morgan, Vickie Harwood, and Hannal
Dr. F.J. Halcomb, Jr. Mr- Archie Center
5He Board of Sciucafion
A Meeting of the Board
From left-Mr, Centers, Mr. Guy, Dr. Halcomb, Mr. Bazzell, Mr.
Broughton, and Mr. Downing.
Mr. Loran Guy Mr. Sam Downing, Jr. Mr. Burl Broughton
Mr. H.N. Fraim Mrs. Cecil P. Haven
Director of Pupil Personnel General Supervisor
Mrs. Amanda Skaggs Miss Shirley Graves
Treasurer Social Worker
Miss Linda Holder Miss Gloria Howell
Compliments of Kentucky State Bank
Member of F. D. I. C.
Mr. Jesse Lee Woodward
Algebra and Geometry
Mr, Richard O. Bernard
Eighth Grade English
Mrs. Margaret D. Brown
Mr. Clifton R. Bush
Chemistry and Physics
Mrs. Jean Celsor
Psychology, United States
and World History
Compliments of Scotscraft, Inc
QMrs.J Sarah Rita Chandler
French and Spanish
Mr. Duel Claiborne
Science and Biology
Mr. Robbie Cline
Assistant Coach and Health
Miss Carol Clinton
English, Speech, Drama
Mr. Joe Cornwell
Eighth Grade History
Mr. James B. Crawley, Jr.
Mr. John T. Fleming
Mrs. Harry N. Fraim
Compliments of Goldenrod Milk C0
Mrs. Annette Goon
Mrs. Huetta B. Gumm
Mr. Wayne Hanes
Mrs. H.C. Harston
Mrs. Buford Hatler
Typing, Shorthand, Office Practice
and General Business
Mr. Buford Hatler
Mr. Cecil Haven
Miss Paulette Hoskins
Civics, United States History
Compliments of Goldenrod Milk Co
Mrs. Billy Clay Hughes
Spanish, General Business,
Business English, and Business Law
Mr. Tommy Law
Biology, Health and Economics
Mrs. Tommy Long
Mr. Tommy Long
Coach, Health and Driver's Education
Mr. Gary Martin
Mrs. Donald R. Miller
United States History and Geography
Mr. Donald R. Miller
'Mrs. Rose Napier
Typing, Bookkeeping, and Office Practice
Velvet Ice Cream Co.
Eat Ice Cream for Vital Energy
Mrs. Earl Payne
English and World Geography
Mr. Rogers D. Powell
Eighth Grade Mathematics
Mrs. Nadine Spencer
Algebra and Geometry
Mrs. Bill Tichenor
Mrs. Oakley Weaver
Mr. Leon Whitlow
Mr. Perry Woodward
Eighth Grade Science
Colonial Baking Co.
Bowling Green, Kentucky
Mrs. Leon Whitlow Mrs. Pearl M. Sikes
School Secretary Elementary Guidance Counselor
Mrs. Frank Smith Mrs. Frank Erwin
Guidance Department Aide Teacher's Aide
Mrs. Jackie Walker Mrs. Faye Steenbergen
Teacher's Aide Teacher's Aide
Compliments of Compliments of
Fieldis Packing Co. Crabtree Sausage Co.
Bowling Green, Kentucky Bowling Green, Kentucky
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Loger Douglas Sarver
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Jickie J o Britt
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Don Gene Williams
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lunice Magoline Conyer
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Hannah Gail Hudson
lallie Marie Turner
Lrenda Ann Radford
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92.971 Patricia Ann Landers 90.513
92.781 Joe Michael Allen 90.352
92.742 Donneta Sue Frost 90.250
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92.468 Mary Ann Hagan 90.171
92,454 Della Ann Shelton 90.166
92,437 Nelda Frances Wade 90.131
91.823 Mary Gail Rather 89.828
91.571 Anita Faye Lyles 89.794
91,457 Jessica Ann Cline 89.606
91,382 Beverly Ann Tracy 89.552
91,333 Mary Elizabeth Devine 89.529
91,264 Pamela Perkins Costello 89.366
91.111 Elizabeth Ann Armour 89.250
91,028 Peggy Sue Centers 89.121
90.972 Timothy Wayne Crowder 89.060
90.937 Judy Ann Mayhew 89.000
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Zfie Senior Officers
President ...................... Don Williams
Vice-President . . . Joe Costello
Secretary . . . Beverly Tracy
Treasurer . . . Brenda Morgan
Reporters . . Brenda Murley
Sgt.-at-Arms . Terry Lyles
Congratulations to the 1968 Seniors at Allen County High School
A History of Our Class
The Senior Class of 1968 took five great steps on their road to success. Our first step was rather crowded
with 142 naive eighth graders. We were represented by Lon Whitlow-president, Barbara Meador-vice-president,
Lereasa Rather-secretary and treasurer, Sherrill Elmore and Peggy Wilson-reporters, and Norris Wagoner-
sergeant-at-arms. The biggest event of this year was the class trip to Mammoth Cave on November 22nd,
The second step we took as 162 frightened freshmen. Our chosen leaders were: president-Lon Whitlow,
vice-president-Greg Carver, secretary-Lereasa Rather, treasurer-Barbara Meador, reporters-Beverly Tracy
and Lex Carter, and sergeant-at-arms-J oe Costello. The outstanding highlights of this year were the trip to
Park Mammoth, the freshman party, and our Fall Festival victory with Beverly Tracy being crowned Queen.
Just 144 silly sophomores took the third step. We broke tradition this year by taking a trip to Louisville for
a ride on the sternwheeler, The Belle of Louisville. We enjoyed our meal at the Kingfisher and the movie, The
Sound of Music, We were ably lead by president Beverly Tracy, vice-president Brenda Morgan, secretary
Lereasa Rather, treasurer Barbara Meador, reporter 'Brenda Murley, and sergeant-at-arms Jimmy Smith.
Only 127 of our number succeeded in our ascent up the fourth step. As jolly juniors we were led by Billy
J ohnson-president, Lon Whitlow-vice-president, Peggy Wilson-secretary, Billy Neal-treasurer, Donneta
Frost and Lex Carter-reporters, and Terry Lyles-sergeant-at-arms. The end of the year brought the class trip
to Lookout Mountains and the Junior-Senior Prom.
In August of 1967, 136 ascended our fifth and final step at Allen County High. Memories of this year will
include the most successful magazine sales campaign in the history of our school, ordering and receiving our
class rings, the senior play, our Halloween party, announcing the top ten percent of our class, preparing for
the graduation week activities, and finally our class trip to Washington, D.C. The senior class president was
Don Williams. He was competently assisted by vice-president-J oe Costello, secretary-Beverly Tracy, treasurer-
Brenda Morgan, reporters-Brenda Murley and Lex Carter, and sergeant-at-arms-Terry Lyles.
This being our final step at Allen County High, nature draws us apart. Some will go to college, some will
seek jobs, others will get married or many will be called to the service of our country. No matter which step
we take next as individuals, we always want to be together as a whole-the graduating class of 196 8. Only the
memories of our high school days here at Allen County High will hold us together as we step further up life's
Compliments of The Rotary Club
LINDA FAYE ALDERSON
Los Amigos 3g Journalism Club 3,43 Ad-Libbers 4.
RICKY LYNN ALDERSON
FFA 1,2,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4.
JOE MICHAEL ALLEN
IA Club lg Pep Club 2,3g Science Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 4.
ELIZABETH ANN ARMOUR
CHARLES EDWARD AUSBROOKS
Basketball lg IA Club l,2,3,4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4.
LARRY LOYD BIRGE
FFA lg IA Club 2,4g Pep Club 1,2,3g FBLA 4.
PATTY JO BLANKENSHIP
Ad-Libbers 2,3,4g Los Amigos 3g Pep Club 4g Senior Play.,
TERESA LYNN BLANKENSHIP
FHA l,2,3,4g FTA l,3,4g FBLA 4g Ad-Libbers 1,2,3,4, Secretary
4g Los Amigos 3g Pep Club 1,2g Senior Play.
JUDY ANN BOZELL
Pep Club 2,33 Los Amigos 3.
DICKIE JO BRITT
FTA 3g FBLA 33 Los Amigos 33 Ad-Libbers lg Chorus 1,2,33
Drill Corps 1,2,33 Pep Club 43 Senior Play.
DAVID WILLIAM BROWN
Pep Club 1,2,33 FFA 1,2,3,4.
JIMMY WAYNE BROWN
FFA 1,23 Basketball 1,2,3,4.
JOHNNY EDWARD BULLINGTON
Band 1,23 Pep Band 1,23 Pep Club 1,2343 Science Club 3,4.
JIMMY RAY CARTER
IA Club 4.
SAMMIE LEX CARTER
FFA 1,23 Journalism Club 4, Secretary 43 Class Reporter l,3,4
TERESA LYNN CARTER
Ad-Libbers 3,43 FBLA 43 Senior Play.
GREGORY WILSON CARVER
Pep Club lg Class Vice-President 1g Beta Club 1,2,3,4g Science
Club 2,3,4g Sgt.-at-Arms 4g Baseball 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4.
DANNY RICHARD CENTERS
FFA 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3g FBLA 45 Baseball 3,4.
KERMIT ALVIN CENTERS
FFA 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3,4g Visual Aids Club 3,4g Vice-
PEGGY SUE CENTERS
Ad-Libbers 29 Los Amigos 3g Chorus 3,43 Pep Club 3,4.
BRENDA BROWN CLARK
FHA lg Journalism Club 33 Reporter 3g FBLA 45 Song Leader 4g
Ad-Libbers 4g Senior Play.
LINDA AUSBROOKS CLARK
Pep Club 2g FBLA 4.
JESSICA ANN CLINE
Chorus 3,4g Pep Club 4.
EUNICE MAGOLINE CONYER
Pep Club 2,33 Los Amigos 3.
PHILLIP GORDON CORNWELL
FFA l,2,3,4, Vice-President 45 Basketball 1,2,3.
JOE WAYNE COSTELLO
Pep Club lg Class Sergeant-at-Arms 1, Vice-President 4g Journalism
Club 4, Vice-President 45 Senior Playg Basketball 1,2,3,4.
PAMELA PERKINS COSTELLO
FHA l,2,4g FBLA 4g Pep Club lg Ad-Libbers lg Senior Play.
TIMOTHY WAYNE CROWDER
FFA 1,2,3g Pep Club 4.
JIMMY ALLEN CUSHENBERRY
FFA 1,2,3,4g Pep Club l,2,3,4g Senior Play.
CURTIS EDWARD DAVIS
TERRY LEE DAVIS
MARY ELIZABETH DEVINE
Science Club 3g Pep Club 4g FTA 2,3,4g FHA 1,2,3,4, Second
Vice-President 3, First Vice-President 4g Annual Advertising
Committee 4g Annual Staff 4.
JAMES CARL DISMAN
FFA 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,25 Baseball 3,4.
LEWIS DEWAYNE DOUGLAS
IA Club l,2,3,4g Secretary 2, President 3,4.
LONNIE C. DOUGLAS
IA Club lg Pep Club 1,23 FFA l,2,3,4.
LAWRENCE MICHAEL DOWELL
FFA lg Visual Aids Club 1, Beta Club 2,3,4g Science Club 3,4
JOANNE TOWE DRUMMOND
SHERRILL JEAN ELMORE
Ad-Libbers 2g FBLA 4, Secretary 43 FHA 1,2,3,4, Historian 3
Pep Club 1,2,3,4g Freshman Cheerleader, Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,
4, Co-Captain 4g Senior Play.
KENNETH GENE EWELL
Pep Club 1,2g FFA 1,2,3,4'.
JERRY WAYNE FISHER
DONNIE RAY FITZPATRICK
IA Club lg Science Club 4g Pep Club l,2,3,4, Sergeant-at-Arms4g
KATHY LYNN FRANCIS
FHA 4g FTA 4, Recreation Leader 4g Pep Club 2,3,4, President 4g
FBLA 4g Ad-Libbers 2,3g Science Club 3g Chorus 4g Senior Play.
DONNETA SUE FROST
FHA l,2,4g FTA 1,2,3,4, Recreation Leader 25 Los Amigos 3g
Journalism Club 3, Treasurer 3g Pep Club l,2,3,4, Secretary 4g
Class Reporter 3g Chorus 3,4, Vice-President 4g Band 1,2,3,4g
Pep Band 1,2,3,4gMajorette 3,4g Senior Play.
LONNIE RAY GADDIS
JERRY HOBART GARRISON
IA Club 3g FFA l,2,4.
WARREN HUTCH GOAD
IA Club lg Visual Aids Club lg Basketball lg Baseball 2,3,4g Pep
Club 3,45 FTA 4.
JAMES EDWARD GOODMAN
VIRGINIA KAY GORE
Ad-Libbers 3,4g Los Amigos 3g International Club 4g FBLA 4
HELEN ANDERSON GRAVES
FBLA 3g Ad-Libbers 3,45 Journalism Club 4, Treasurer 4
CLEATUS RAY GREGORY
ROBBY GAIL GREGORY
IA Club l,2,3,4, Secretary 4.
WILLIAM MARLOW GUNTER
IA Club 1g Ad-Libbers 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 43 N
Journalism Club 3,4, President 43 Senior Play.
MARY ANN HAGAN
Ad-Libbers 4g FBLA 4.
BONNIE JUNE HARWOOD
Pep Club 1,2,4g Joumalism Club 43 Ad-Libbers 2,3,4, Parliamen-
tarian 4g FBLA 4.
VICKIE CAROL HARWOOD
FHA 2,3,4, Recreation Leader 4g Pep Club 1,2,3,4g Ad-Libbers
2,3g FTA 4g FBLA 4g Los Amigos 3g Senior Playg Annual Ad-
vertising Committee 4.
LINDA JANE HERRINGTON
Beta Club 1,2,3,4g Ad-Libbers 2g Pep Club 2g FHA 4g FTA 4g
Science Club 3.
TOMMY LAWRENCE HICKEY
FFA lg IA Club lg FTA 39 Band lg Pep Band 13 Basketball
JAMES RAY HINTON
WILLIAM ANDREW HINTON
FFA 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,4.
PATSY FISHER HIRE
Pep Club l,2g FBLA 45 International Club 4.
GAIL COSTELLO HOLDER
Pep Club 1,2g FHA 1,2,4g FTA 2,4g Drill Corps 1,2g FBLA 4,
ROGER DALE HORNE
FFA 1,2,3g Basketball 1,2,3,4.
PERRY MASON HOWARD
Transferred from Gamaliel, Ky.-Football 1,2g Track 1,2,3g FTA
HANNAH GAIL HUDSON
FHA 1,2,3,4, Parliamentarian 2, First Vice-President 3, President
4g Beta Club 2,3,4, Secretary 4g FTA 3,4, Historian 3,43 Pep Club
1,2,3,4g Science Club 3, Reporter 3g Chorus 4g Senior Playg
Annual Advertising Committee 4.
PATRICIA ANN JENT
Ad-Libbers 3,4g FBLA 4.
HARLAN DWIGHT JOHNSTON
Basketball 1,2,3g FFA 1,2,3,4g FBLA 4.
JAMES ALLEN JONES
LARRY NEAL JONES
FFA lg Visual Aids Club 4.
SHARON GAYLE JONES
Science Club 3g Pep Club 1,2,4g Ad-Libbers 1,3g FBLA 4
DONNIE RAY KEEN
JERRY RAY KEEN
FFA 1,2,3,4g IA Club 2,3,4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3g Pep Club 13
Visual Aids 4g Senior Play.
JESSE WILLARD KEEN
JEFFERY DAMON KIRBY
FFA 1 2,3,4g Pep Club l,2,3g FBLA 4g Basketball 1,25
PATRICIA ANN LANDERS
FTA 3,45 FBLA 3g Los Amigos 3g Ad-Libbers lg Chorus 1,2,3,4g
Drill Corps l,2,3g Pep Club 4g Senior Play.
CARL D. LONAS
FFA l,2,3g IA Club lg
ANITA FAYE LYLES
FHA l,2,4g FTA 4g Pep Club 4.
TERRY W. LYLES
Pep Club 1,2,3g Baseball 1,2g Basketball lg IA Club 25 Science
Club 4g Class Sergeant-at-Arms 3,4.
LESLIE RAY MARSH
Ad-Libbers 3g IA Club 4g Journalism Club 4.
JUDY ANN MAYHEW
FHA 1,2,3,4g Secretary 3,4g FTA 3g FBLA 4g Historian 4g Pep
Club 4g Annual Staff 4.
DORIS B. MAYS
Ad-Libbers 13 Chorus 1.
JOYCE ANNE MCDONALD
Transferred from Carroll County-Library Club 13 FHA l,2,33
Pep Club 1,2,33 Los Amigos 2. ACHS-FHA 43 Joumalism Club 4.
DORIS LANE MEADOR
MARY RUTH MEADOR
FTA 3,43 Beta Club 1,2,3,4.
PATRICIA ANN MOORE
Pep Band l,2,3,4, Dance Band l,2,3,4, Band l,2,3,4, Student
Director 4, Librarian 43 Chorus 43 Ad-Libbers 4g Journalism Club
43 Pep Club l,2,3,4.
BRENDA GAYLE MORGAN
Beta Club 13233343 FHA l,2,3,4Q FBLA 4, Treasurer 43 FTA 3,43
Librarian 33 Pep Club 1,2,3,4Q Ad-Libbers lg Drill Corps 3g Class
Vice-President 2, Treasurer 43 Senior Play3 Annual Advertising
Committee 4g Annual Staff 4.
BRENDA SUE MURLEY
Beta Club l,2,3,4, Treasurer 43 FTA 2,3,4, President 4g FHA
l,2,3,43 Class Reporter 2,43 Science Club 23 Ad-Libbers 13
Band 2,3,4, Librarian 43 Pep Club 1,2Q Pep Band 2,3,4Q Senior
Play3 Annual Advertising Committee 4g Annual Staff 4.
EDDIE PAUL MYERS
WILLIAM ORVILLE NEAL
FFA 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3g Basketball 1,23 Pep Club l,2,3.
ROBERT LYNN OGLES
Band l,2,3,4, Reporter l,2, Student Conductor 4g Pep Band
l,2,3,4g Dance Band 1,2,3,4g Chorus 2,3,4g Los Amigos 1,25
Beta Club 1,2,3,4g FTA l,2,3,4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3,43 Pep Club
l,2,3,4g Senior Play. '
JANET PEARL OLIVER
Los Amigos 3g FBLA 4.
BRENDA SUE PEARSON
FHA l,2g FTA lg Ad-Libbers 3,45 Joumalism Club 3g Pep Club
JUDY JOHNSON PETTY
Freshman Cheerleaderg FHA 1,2,4g Pep Club lg Beta Club l,2,4,
Historian 4g FBLA 4, President 4g Senior Play.
PATSY LOU PITCHFORD
Beta Club 1,2,3,4, Reporter 3g FHA l,2,4g FTA 4g Pep Club 4.
NORRIS LEE QUALLS
Pep Club 3,4g IA Club 4.
BRENDA ANN RADFORD
International Club 4, Reporter 4g Journalism Club 4.
LEREASA LYNN RATHER
FHA 1,2g FTA 3,45 Ad-Libbers lg Class Secretary 1,2g Beta Club
1,2,3,4g Drill Corps 29 Los Amigos 3g Pep Club l,2,3,4g Senior
MARY GAIL RATHER
FHA 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3,4g Chorus lg Ad-Libbers 2g Senior
Playg FBLA 4, Reporter 4.
MARY ANN RICH
International Club 4.
ROGER DOUGLAS SARVER
RAYMOND WAYNE SAYLORS
DELLA ANN SHELTON
FBLA 3,43 International Club 4.
BENNIE RAY SHIPLEY
Band lg Visual Aids Club 3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4g
Journalism Club 43 Ad-Libbers 4, Vice-President 4g Senior Play.
KATHY DARLENE SHOCKLEY
Ad-Libbers lg Chorus 1.
ODIS ALDON SHOCKLEY
IA Club 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,4.
JAMES THOMAS SICKLES
JIMMIE FOSTER SIKES
Band 1,23 FHA 1,2g FTA 1,2g Pep Club 1,2g Science Club 2,4
DAVID RAY SISCO
FFA 1,2,3g IA Club 4.
JIMMY RAY SMITH
Pep Club l,2,4g FFA 1,2,3,4g Class Sergeant-at-Arms 2.
KENNETH DEWAYNE SMITH
THERESA EUNAFAE SMITH
Beta Club 1,2,3,4g FHA 1,2g International Club 4.
LARRY NEAL SPEARS
FFA 1,2,3,4g Visual Aids Club 4g Pep Club 4.
BELINDA MAE STARKS
FTA 3,4, Librarian 4g FHA 1,2,4g Science Club 3g Pep Club 4g
Annual Advertising Committee 4.
JIMMY HAROLD STINSON
FFA 1,2,3,4g Visual Aids Club 4, Reporter 4.
DARACE GLEN TABOR
Pep Club 1,2,3g FFA 1,2,3,4, Secretary 43 FBLA 4g Baseball 3,4.
MARY ELLEN TALLEY
Pep Club 1,2,3g Ad-Libbers 2,4g FTA 3,43 Los Amigos 3g
Journalism Club 4g Chorus 3,4.
AARON WAYNE TAYLOR
ANNA MARSH TAYLOR
Pep Club l,2,3g Ad-Libbers 1,2,3,4, Historian 4g FBLA 4g Los
Amigos 33 FHA lg Senior Play.
WANDA SUE THOMPSON
Ad-Libbers 3g Los Amigos 3g International Club 4.
BEVERLY ANN TRACY
Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,4, Captain 4g Pep Club l,2,3,4g Senior
Playg Class Reporter 1, President 2, Secretary 4g Chorus 1,2,3,4,
President 4g Ad-Libbers 2g FBLA 4g FHA 1,2,3,4.
SALLIE MARIE TURNER
FTA 35 Journalism Club 3,4g Ad-Libbers 4, Reporter 45 Senior
Playg Annual Staff 4.
NELDA FRANCES WADE
Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,4, Co-Captain 4g Freshman Cheerleaderg
FHA 1,2,3,4, Song Leader 2,3, Treasurer 4g Ad-Libbers 2g Los
Amigos 3, Reporter 35 Senior Playg Chorus 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4g
FBLA 4g Pep Club 1,2,3,4.
BARBARA GAIL WAGONER
Pep Club 2g Los Amigos 3.
NORRIS DEAN WAGONER
FFA 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4g Pep Club 1,2,3.
MIKE GUY WELCH
DONNIE LYNN WHEAT
FFA l,2,4g Pep Club lg Basketball lg FBLA 43 Science Club 3.
IZETTA DILLARD WHITE
FHA 1,23 Ad-Libbers 3g FBLA 3,4, Parliamentarian 4.
LON WEIDNER WHITLOW
FFA l,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 43 Beta Club l,2,3,4, Reporter
2, Historian 3, President 43 Science Club 3,4g Pep Club l,2,3,4g
Ad-Libbers 2g Senior Playg Class President 1, Vice-President 3.
DON GENE WILLIAMS
Journalism Club 4, Reporter 45 Class President 4.
GARY WAYNE WILLIAMS
Ad-Libbers 4, Senior Play.
KATHENIA HUNTSMAN WILLIAMS
ation Leader 4, Senior Play.
ANITA JOYCE WILLOUGHBY
Ad-Libbers 3,4g Journalism Club 4.
PEGGY ELAINE WILSON
Beta Club 45 FTA 3,43 FHA 1,2,3,4, Second Vice-President 45
Pep Club 4, Class Secretary 3.
SUSAN NADINE WINTER
Transferred from Indianpolis, Ind,-Monitor lg Junior Red Cross
1. ACHS-Ad-Libbers 3,4, FBLA 4g Senior Play.
The senior sponsors are Mrs. Weaver, Mr. Barber, Mrs. Brown, Mr. Woodward, and Mrs. Hatler.
Basketball 1,2g Baseball 3g Pep Club l,2g Beta Club 1,2,3,4,
Reporter 3g Science Club 2,3,4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, President 4,
Pep Club 1,2,3,4g Band 2,3,4g Pep Band 2,3,4g Dance Band 45
Chorus 3,4, FTA 2,3,4g FBLA 4, Los Amigos 2, Reporter 2'
FBLA 3,4, Song and Recreation Leader 45 Ad-Libbers 4, Recre-
Gfie jotliest juniorsf
Roger Zowe and
'Cone Best All-Around juniors-
Steve Holder and
Seven-Up and Pepsi Cola
Bowling Green, Kentucky
Wie wisest juniors-
f3ranE Stone and
Mosley Bros. Floor Coverings
Bowling Green, Kentucky
Tip Top Shoe Shop Machine Shop Braswell Electric Co The Lunch Box
East Main Street General Electric and Maytag Eldean Kmgrey
Scottsville Kentucky Phone 237 3586 Jack's Shopping Center
City Pressing Shop Allen County Loan Co L Atwood C0
phone 237 3087 Phone 237 4181 Wallpaper Lowe Bros Paints
Scottsvllle Kentucky Scottgvlue Kentucky Scottsville Kentucky
Scottsville Prescription Center Allen County News Umvefgal T V
Mel Taylor Jr R Ph FOI The People RCA and Zenith Color T V
Phone 237 3176 Phones 237 3406 8L 237 3187 Sales and Service
Western Auto Associate Store
Frank Meador Owner
Phone 237 3636
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The store with low, low pricesw S. Court Street
Scottsville, Kentucky Phone 237-3966
Donna Sue Spencer
J ane Tabor
Compliments of Vanity Beauty Shop Livesay s Jewelry
Hotel Barber Shop Mrs. Mae Hurt, Prop. - Diamonds-Elgin and Bulova Watches
Scottsville Kentucky Scottsville, Kentucky Scottsville Kentucky
Donna Pat Watts
Juniors not picturedfRodney Carter, Ida Cornwell, James Creek, Lonnie Douglas, Barbara
Harrison, Jimmy Harston, Glenda Hill, Billy Massey, Phillip Petty, and Richard Cornwell.
The varsity cheerleaders proudly display the first place trophy they
received last fall in a clinic conducted in Bowling Green. 51
Ricky Alderson Sherrill Elmore Brenda Murley L011 Whitlow
FHA Sweetheart FFA Sweetheart Betty Crocker Home- FFA Treasurer, South-
FBLA Sweetheart FBLA Sweetheart maker OfTOI'l101'1'OW,, Central Federation
Robby Gregory Don Williams
Outstanding Industrial Most Valuable Staffer Awar
Arts Student Park City Daily News
Billy Johnson Joe Halcomb Peggy Centers Larry Dowell
State President State President Outstanding Senior Outstanding Senior
Future Teachers of America The Beta Club Art Student Art Student
Hillcrest Nursing Home Inc.
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Mr. anci Miss Sophomore-Burl Wilson ami Sancii Britt
Johnson's Lumber Co.
Everything to Build a Home Harper Ford SaleS, IHC.
Phone 237-3296 Phone 237-4051
Norman Simmons, Mgr. Scottsville, Kentucky
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. . Wilson Stone Reporters . . . Vicki Osborne, Burl Wilson
. . Phyllis York Sgt.-at-Arms . . ........ Junior Shields
Qim Secrest and
Gfic Most Stuciious Sopfiomorcs-
wilson Stone and
Cne Best AH-Around Sopnomores-
Sduvard Williams and
Sam Pushin Co. Brown's Dairy Foods, Inc.
Fashion Center of Southern Kentucky 331 College Street 55
Bowling Green, Kentucky Bowling Green, Kentucky
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Harlow s Somerset O11 Station Compliments of
Home Town Drive In
Gas Tires Accessories Nabor S ASLB Food Center Short Orders Drinks Ice Cream
White Plains Shoppmg Center White Plains Shopplng Center Phone 237 9010
Pete s Dixie Cafe
On the Square
Bowling Green Kentucky
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Kelley Office Equipment Co Thrlfty DIBSS Shop
1017 College Street Fairview Shopping Center 915 College St
Bowling Green Kentueky Bowling Green Kentucky
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Complrments of White Plains Beauty Shop White Plains TV and Radlg Servlce
SOUthWlI1d R6St2lUf2ll'lt Owner and Operator Jessiecarver Ronald Bybee Owner
White Plains Shopping Center Phone 237 3040
Phone 237 4221
Dollar Bros Shoe Store
Bowling Green Kentucky
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Jack Russell's Dress Shop Warren County Farm Marketing Co-op.
7' 910 State Street Bowling Green, Kentucky
Bowling Green, Kentucky Auction Sales Each Friday
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John Shields Jr.
Anna Jo Slinker
J oel Taylor
Compliments of The Remnant House Norman s
60 Scottsville Welfare Loans, Inc. 432 East Main Street The Store A11 Women Know
LOHIIS 320.00 to 3800.00 Bowling Green, Kentucky Bowling Green Kentucky
Sophomores not pictured-Janet Burton, Betty Driver Roger Fowler Phillip Frost Benny
Graves, David Hurt, Jeffrey Simmons, John Tabor and Betty Whitlow
Royal Music Co. B. G Chemicals Riley s Bakery
Our Middle Name is Music 824 Broadway 011 the Square
Bowling Green, Kentucky Bowling Green Kentucky Phone 842 7636
Rgberf Ogleg Donneta Frost Teresa Blankenship Benny Shipley
Chorus Award Chorus Award Drama Award Speech Award
U.K. Newspaper Certificate
J im McDaniels
Jim has brought, and continues to bring, recognition to
our school through his abilities on the basketball floor.
Some of his awards in 1967 were as follows:
Courier-Journal All-State Team
All-State Tournament Team
U.S. All-Stars, Most Valuable Player
Mr. Kentucky Basketball
McClellan Stone Co.
62 Phone 622-5545
Mr. and 3resHman- oe Wade and Qoy Gaylor
Main Street Auto Parts Sick1e's Store
Main Street Marine Groceries, Fresh Meats and Vegetables
Phone 237-3166 Scottsvillc, Kentucky
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Ricfry Carter and
Roy Miller and
Allen County Farmeris Service Sports Center
Buy Cooperative and Save Individual and Team Athletic Goods
Phone 237-3681 926 State Street
Scottsville, Kentucky Bowling Green, Kentucky
Jerry s Drive In Western Hills Restaurant Gerald's Carpet Mart
31 W By Pass Bowling Green Kentucky f 31-W By Pass
Bowlmg Green Kentucky Bowling Green Kentucky
Compliments of Miller S Used Cars Compliments of
,Iackgoman Hotel For Your Used Car Needs Starlite Drive In
Scottsville Kentucky Phone 237 3636 SCOttSv1lle Kentucky
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Phone 237 3650 104 North lst Street
Scottsvrlle Kentucky Phone 237-4104
Allen County s Leading Newspaper
York and Massey
Buick and Pontiac Cars, Frigidaire Appliances and Hardware
Phone 237-3121 Scottsville Kentucky
J oana Medley
Compliments of Allen County Bar Association
Val A. House Frank R. Goad James S. Secrest
Paris Produce Co.
Feed Seed Fertilizer
Phone 237 3506
Clineis Radio 84 TV Shop Scottsville Furniture
First in Business East Main Street- Phone 237-3890 71
First in Experience Working Man's Friend
East Main Gulf Porter s Cleaners
Barbara To we
J annice Tracy
Dr. Charles Alexander
Sth and Main Streets We Mean We Clean with Sanitone Optometrist
Phone 237 9029 Scottsvrlle Ky Scottsvrlle Kentucky Phone 237-3871 Scottsville Ky
Freshman not pictured-Glenda Cornwell, Billy Dyer, Wanda Harrison, Joanne -
Huntsman, Linda Shelton, Andrew Witcher.
White Plains Barber Shop
Mr. Keith Welcher
Advertising Commitie Secretaries
Peggy Wilson and Belinda Starks worked hard on the annual advertising.
Wie gorensie Squad
Left to right, row 1-M. Pardue, B. Huntsman, P. Taylor, A. Hinton, C. Witcher, J. Keen, B. Steenbergen, and F. Tabor. Row 2-L. Lyles
D. Sarver, J. Johnson, L. Huntsman, L. Meador, D. Graham, D. Weaver, G, Long, and B. Marsh. Row 3-J. Stewart, M. Welch, P. Goodman
R, Webb, R. Webb, R, Saddler, W. Gunter, B. Harper, M. Turner, and B, Shipley.
Allen County Livestock Market
Sales Every Thursday
74 Scottsville, Kentucky
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President ..... . . Patricia Alderson Treasurer. . . ............ Debbie Sarver
Vice-President . . . . John Covington Reporters . . Debbie Farley, Melanie Holder
Secretary ..... . Sena Steenbergen Sgt.-at-Arms . . .......... Martin Jones
Ute Sager Beavers-
Berry Spuriocfi and
Michael Brown and
Zfie Best All-Around
fatty Chandler and
Scottsville Tire Service White Plains Sup-er Drug Store
Phone 237-3842 Fred Hale Shopping Center
Scottsville, Kentucky Keith E. Overman Reg. Pharm.
Douglas Wayne Carter
Manion s Used Cars Napier s Standard Service Allen County Florist 8L Nursery
78 Rudolph MHHIOH 8: Camilus Cornwell Tires Batteries Accessories Leonard and Kathleen Gannon
Owners Scottsville Ky Phone 237 3251 Scottsvllle Ky Owners Scottsvlue Ky
Doug and Mackls Supermarket
Better Foods at Lower Prices
Phone 237-3256 - Scottsville, Ky.
Guarantee Pest Control Co.
23 North 31-W By-Pass
Bowling Green, Ky. - Scottsville Phone 622-5321
Sara Jo Howell
Michael J ones
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Bowling Green Livestock Market, Inc.
Making Friends Through Service, Courtesy, and Price
6th and Clay Streets - Phone 843-3225 - Bowling Green, Ky.
Carpenter-Dent Drug Co.
We have it, or we'll get it, or it can't be had.
Phone 237-3381 - Night Phone 237-3646
Donna Pat Manion
Mary Jo Miller
Mary Bess Pedigo
Sena Kay Steenbergen
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Feeds Seeds Fertilizers Lime Porter Paints
Phone 237-3891 - West Main Street - Scottsville, Ky.
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The Court House Employees
Ona Willoughby County Treasurer Truman Mays-Sheriff Ernest Neil-County Judge Elzre Meador Tax Assessor
Elvis Russell-County Court Clerk Flora Spears-Circuit Court Clerk
Eighth Grade not pictured-Russell Blankenship, Freddie Brown, James Carver, Barbara Herrington, Billy Sanspree,
Scott Williams, Jimmy Woods.
ew unior Beta Clufi Memfiers
st row, left to right-Phyllis Brown, Joan Berry, Reda Foster, Linda Lyles, Judy Stewart, Linda Lambert, and Gayla McClary. 2nd row
:ft to right4Darlene Rippy, Claire Russell, Debbie Sarver, Anna Jo Hinton, Janice Suttle, and Margaret Disman. 3rd row, left to right-
flr, Cornwell, sponsor, Roger Duke, Homer Tracy, Kevin Clark, Michael Brown, and Mrs. Sikes, sponsor.
Houchen's Markets Midget Dairy Bar
Low Food Prices S 84 H Green Stamps South Court Street
Scottsville, Kentucky Scottsville, Kentucky 85
uaci-State Cnorus Memliers
Robert Oglcs, Robbie Halcomb, Rita Williams, and Joe Taylor. Not pictured-Donneta Frost,
All-District Bancl Memliers
Gary Williams, Brenda Murley, Robert Ogles, Patricia Moore, and Franklin Foster. Not pictured4Donnetu Frost.
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Serving Others as We Would Be Served for 50 Years
86 Scottsville, Kentucky
5He Student Council
Left to right, lst row-Davis Holder, Secretary Nelda Wade, Suzie Dillard, Donna Herrington, Betty Weaver,
Debbie Carter, Sherrill Elmore, Patricia Alderson, Janice Suttle, Phyllis York, and Arcie Sullivan. 2nd row!
Treasurer Beverly Tracy, Pam Spurlock, Patti Law, Lynne Garmon, Pam Costello, Phyllis Brown, and Patty
Blankenship. 3rd row-President Dwight Johnston, Ronnie Miller, Joe Halcomb, Lonnie Little, Phillip
Lyle, and Benny Shipley. 4th row-Porter Barton, President-Elect Franklin Foster, Johnny Pitchford, Joe
Kendall, and Steve Qualls. Sth row-Lon Whitlow, Barry Dyer, Johnny Covington, and Freddie Graves.
Compliments of WOOdmaSte1', IHC.
Manufacturers of Wood Folding Doors
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Dwight Johnston Franklin Foster Nelda Wade Beverly Tracy
President President-Elect Secretary Treasurer
The Student Council at Allen County High is newly-formed this year. Members strive to
promote cooperation and understanding between the administration, the faculty, and the stu-
dent body. This is a democratic organization in the members are chosen directly by the students
themselves. Each room chose one representative and the ofticers and president-elect were elected
by the entire student body. We feel that the Student Council will add a great deal to our school
. in the future.
Mr. John Fleming Mr. Donald Miller
Compliments of the Dentists
88 Dr. Frank Shockley Dr. Glen Huntsman Dr. Richard Keffer
e guture Homemahers of America
lst Vice-President-Mary Devine
2nd Vice-President-Peggy Wilson
Tre asurer-Nelda Wade
Reporter-Donna Sue Spencer
Recreation Leader-Vickie Harwood
Song Leader-Linda Miller
Sponsors-Mrs. Tommy Long
Mrs. Joel Brown
The FHA is a nationally affiliated organization of girls studying
home economics. The main goal is to help individuals improve
personal, family and community living, now and in the future.
The 127 members sold can
including a dance and the Mother-Daughter Banquet.
dy this year to finance their projects
J. L. Turner and Son, Incorporated
Wholesale Dry Goods
Phone 237-3117 Scottsville, Kentucky
5he Huture garmets of America
Sponsors-Mr. Leon Whitlow
Mr. Buford Hatler
The Allen County FFA, consisting of 120 Future
Farmers, participates in various activities. Among
these are the election of an FFA Sweetheart, sponsor-
ing the annual banquet in the spring, participating in
moneymaking projects, and entering animals in the
county and state fairs.
Bent1ey's 5 8a 10 Store Perryls American Service
Try Bent1ey's First East Main Street Phone 237-9012
Scottsville, Kentucky Scottsville, Kentucky
5he Beta C lub
Vice-President-J oe Halcomb
Song Leader-Linda Miller
Sponsors-Mrs. H.N. Fraim
Mr. Don Miller
The Beta Chapter at Allen County consists of 34
members. The Beta motto-To Lead by Serving
Others-stresses the importance of character, achieve-
ment, and leadership. Projects during the year include
the care of the flag and daily ice cream sales. The
jeweled pin is given each six weeks to the student
with the highest average. We were pleased again this
year that Joe Halcomb, a member of our club, was
elected state president.
S. E. Hudson General Merchandise Joy Day Beauty Shop
Groceries-Meats-Shoes Ph0nC 237 3716
Phone 622-5733 Holland, Kentucky Sarah Whitney Christine Howell
glie guture 5eachers of America
Bruce J ones
Song leader-Lynne Garmon
Recreation leader-Kathy Francis
Donna Pat Watts
Pledge Leader LFTAJ-Sue Neal Conner
Pledge Leader tFlagJ-Mary Devine
Sponsors-Mrs. H. C. Harston
Mr. Cecil Haven
The Future Teachers of America has sixty-six
interested and active members. The goal of the organ-
ization is to inspire those who are interested in be-
coming the teachers of the future. One of the high-
lights of the year is the annual banquet.
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H. E. Morehead Insurance Agency, Inc. Bessls Wash House
Public Square Next to Doug and Mackls
Scottsville, Kentucky Phone 237-9021 Scottsville, Kentucky
5lie gulure Business Readers of America
Vice-President-Gail C. Holder
Song 62 Recreation Leaders-Kathenia H. Williams
Brenda B. Clark
Sponsors-Mrs. Rose Napier
Mrs. Carol Hatler
The Future Business Leaders of America is a
national organization for all students enrolled in
business subjects. Enrolled in this group is 63 capable
business leaders. The club sent Christmas Boxes to
Allen County boys serving in Viet Nam and birthday
and Christmas cards to the people living in nursing
homes. The high point of the year is the FBLA
Banquet with the crowning of the FBLA Sweethearts.
Reuter's Jewelry Shop
Sh op with Confidence-Wear with Pride
55:2 Science Club
President-Donnie Williams i
Sgt. at Arms-Greg Carver
Sponsors-Mr, Clifton Bush
Mr. Duel Claiborne
Mr. Tommy Law
The Science Club has as it's basic purposes the
development and advancement of interest and know-
ledge in the many areas of science, We try to do this
by having programs featuring local people of science
as guest speakers. We also have guest lectures and
demonstrations by professors from Westem Kentucky
University and from the Atomic Lab at Oak Ridge.
The forty members of the Science Club takes a trip
each year to some point of scientific interest.
First Federal Savings and Loan Association
Bowling Green, Kentucky
5f'ie Visual Aids Club
Sgt. at arms-Jeff Simmons
Sponsors-Mrs. Oakley Weaver
Mr. Leon Whitlow
Today education by films, tape, and records is at
an alltime high. The 35 Visual Aid members make
this possible at Allen County High. The boys are
trained efficiently to operate these machines. A
Visual Aid member is always on hand to offer his
Nehi-Royal Crown Bottling and Distributing Co., Inc
Bowling Green, Kentucky
She Ad Elbbers
Sgt. at Arms-Barry Jenkins
Historian-Anna M. Taylor
Recreation-Kathenia H. Williams
Sponsor-Miss Carol Clinton
The Ad-Libbers of Allen County High has a total
membership of sixty-seven members from grades nine
through twelve. The purpose of the club is to foster
and develop an interest in the areas of dramatics
and speech. The programs of the club are set up so
that each member takes an active part in the c1ub's
Hill Motley Lumber Co Inc Absher SL Wyga-1
Quality Building Materials Phone 237-3281
Phfme 847 2436 BOWIIHE Green Ky Meats and Groceries - Texaco Gasoline and Oil
Ghe Senior Play
5lie Death and Eife of Harry Benson
Jessie Benson , , , Beverly Tracy Sam Benson . . . . , Lou Whitlow
Susan ...... . . . Donneta Frost Mrs. Fitch . ..,. Brenda Murley
Mary Ellen . . .... Patricia Landers Nettie Clark . . . . Kathenia Huntsman
Freda Benson . . . Teresa Blankenship Melvin Clark . . ...... Mike Welch
Grace Wilkey . . Brenda Brown Clark The Boy . . . . . Joe Costello
Mrs. Potter . . . . Anna Marsh Taylor Bud Merkel . . Gary Williams
Walter Potter . . . . William Gunter Broadcaster . . . . Bennie Shipley
Student Director . . Nelda Wade Director . . . . Miss Carol Clinton
Stage Crew ..,...... Jimmy Cushenberry Programs .............. Sherrill Elmore
and Jesse Keen and Gail Rather
Tickets . . ........... , Teresa Carter, Set Construction . . .,...... Curtis Davis,
Virginia Gore, Wanda
Thompson, and Susan Winter
Set Decorations ........... Kathy Francis,
and Hannah Hudson
Stage Properties ....... Bonnie Harwood
and Sharon Jones
Ushers. . .Pam Costello, Vickie Harwood, Judy Petty,
Damon Kirby, Billy Neal, and Donnie Wheat.
Hutch Goad, Jimmie Jones,
Raymond Saylors, Jimmy
Stinson, Aaron Taylor
. . . . . . . . Patty Blankenship,
Dickie Britt, Joyce McDonald,
Pat Moore, Brenda Morgan, and
Lereasa Rather, Marie Tumer, William Hinton, Jerry Keen,
Dfie Qnclustrial Arts Clufi
Historian Ricky Alderson
Sponsor-Mr. Donald Miller
The Industrial Arts Club consists of 25 members.
The goal of the club-to promote the understanding of
every student to the industrial civilization in which We
live is characterized by it's motto- Learning to Live in
a Technical World. Projects include promoting the
industrial arts program at Allen County High and
several field trips during the year.
NeWmaI1'S D-X Service Scottsville Auto Parts
Tire Headquarters in Allen County phone 237-3153
Ph0ne 237-3071 Scottsville, Kentucky
5He Eibrary Club
Song and Recreation-Dawn Price
Sponsor-Mrs. Oakley Weaver
The Library Club, consisting of 41 members, was
organized for the purpose of assisting in library work
and in creating more interest in reading. Some students
have worked at the desk, checked invoices on books,
pasted cards in books, straightened shelves, and done
various jobs necessary when new books are being pre-
pared for circulation. As a money-making project, the
club is sponsoring the sale of paperback books and all
members will help with the work.
Dollar General Store
Zhe ournallsm Club
Sgt. at arms-Jesse Keen
Program Chairman-Linda Holland
Recreation Leader-Betty Harper
Sponsor-Miss Carol Clinton
One of the newer clubs at Allen County is the
Journalism Club. This year the club has a total of
thirty-three members. The purpose of the club is to
make students aware of what goes into a newspaper,
whether it be a big city newspaper or Patriots on
Parade, and to create an interest in the journalistic
approach to writing. Articles of the club include a
visit to the local newspaper plant and talks to the
groups by various noted newspapermen.
Washington Overall Mfg. Co., Inc.
Patriots on Parade Staff
Editor-Don Williams. Assistant Editor-Benny Shipley. Reporters-tleft to rightb-Bonnie Harwood,
Betty Harper, Anita Willoughby, Joe Costello, Carolyn Walker, Linda Alderson, Leslie Marsh,
Brenda Radford, William Gunter, Mary Hagan, Lex Carter, and Helen Graves.
Patriots on Parade , the school newspaper, is in it's second year of publication. Each
month's issue is devoted to school news, including guest editorials, notes from the Principal's
desk, safe driving features, roses, thistles, wee wonders, Patriot Polls, Patriot Holidays, and
other features. The aim of the journalism class, which is responsible for the paper, is to
include as many Allen County High students names as possible throughout the year while pro-
viding good reading in an acceptable journalistic manner.
The Farmer's National Bank
K'Our 44th Year of Friendly Service
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Vice President-Sandi Britt
Reporters-Anna Jo Slinker
Sponsor-Mr. Duel Claiborne
The Pep Club is the largest club at Allen County
with membership totaling 147. This organization
supports our ball-team and cheerleaders with enthu-
siam and school spirit. This is one way that the
student body can show the Patriots that we stand
behind them all the way.
National Store Furniture Annex National Stores
GE Appliances-Furniture Clothing for the Entire Family
Phone 237-3067 Phone 237-3155
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Vice President-Deanna Weaver
Historian and Parliamentarian-Linda Miller
Song Leaders-Lois Costello tFrenchJ
Wanda Keen tSpanishJ
Sponsors: Mrs. Jo Ann Hughes
Mrs. Rita Chandler
The International Club has a total enrollment of
forty-six members. The purposes are to encourage
the use of the foreign languages and to learn more of
cultures of the foreign countries. The club is made up
of high school students studying French andlor
Spanish. Some of the activities of the club are the
trips to Western to see French and Spanish films and
sponsoring Patriot pennant sales.
St. Charles PIOdl,1C6, IHC. Compliments of
Fruits and Vegetables Bowling Green Frozen Foods
Glasgow, Kentucky Bowling Green Kentucky
5542 junior Beta Club
Treasurer-Lanna Jo Stinson
Sponsors-Mrs. Pearl M. Sikes
Mr. Joe Cornwell
The Allen County High Junior Beta Club was
chartered in 1965 with sixteen members. The present
club consists of twenty members Whose membership
began after the first semester as eighth graders, 1966-
67 and continues through the first semester as ninth
graders 1967-68. All members in the present club have
maintained a B average during their one year
Allen County Motors
210 N. Court Street - Scottsville, Ky.
Wie Concert Band
Director-James B. Crawley, Jr.
The Patriot Band consists of 48 musicians, This
year they have presented several concerts and partici-
pated in numerous marching events. On December 12,
the band marched in the governor's inaugural parade
in Frankfort. The band is in charge of concessions at
home games to help pay for the newly purchased
The Coca-Cola Bottling Company
Bowling Green, Kentucky
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Director-Mr. Gary Martin
The Allen County High Chorus consists of 56
active members. They are divided into many groups-
Madrigals, Trips, Mixed Chorus, and the Girl's Chorus,
The main goal this year has been to raise money to buy
choir robes. To do this, they have sponsored dances
for the student body. The chorus participates in
several concerts and Music Festivals.
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Gfie 1967-1968 Patriots
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Metcalfe County . . .
Adair County .. .
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Bowling Green . . .
Bishop David . . .
Glasgow .... .
Park City . . , .
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. . . Todd County . . .
Franklin ..... .
North Warren ....... .
Elizabethtown Catholic . . .
Monticello ........ .
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. . . Edmonson County. . . .
North Hardin .... .
Russellville .... . , . . .
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Ricky Alderson Greg Carver
Senior Guard Senior Guard
5,9 - 135 lbs. 5'6', - 150 lbs.
Lex Carter Job Costello Jim Brown
Senior Forward Sefllof CCHTCY Senior Guard
6'5 - 195 lbs. 615' - 190 lbs. 5'10,' - 150 lbs.
Benny Brown John Kirk Stacy Russell
Junior Guard Sophomore Forward Junior Guard
5'10,' - 170 lbs. 6,1 - 185 lbs. 5,8 - 160 lbs.
6' - 150 lbs. 6'1 - 155 lbs.
John Williams Oliver Pardue Ed TTHCY
Junior Center Junior Forward Juniof F01'Wa1'd
6'7 185 lbs. 6, - 165 lbs. 6'1', - 155 lbs.
Beverly Tracy Sherrill Elmore
Senior Captain Senior Co-Captain
Nelda Wade Donna Pat Watts
Senior Co-Captain Junior
1 Peggy Parrish Robbie Halcomb
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losnell, Stacy Russell, Oliver Pardue, Jim Mays, Benny Brown, John Williams, Ed Tracy, Roger Jones, Johnny Jackson, Stacy Lamb, and
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W, Stone, B. Brown, J. Secrest, P. Altman, E. Simmons. 3rd rowvS. Lamb, J. Williams, M. Powell, E. Tracy, J. Kirk, R. Jones, J. Jackson
G. Stone, O. Pardue.
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and Donnie Williams. 2nd row-Coach Tommy Law, David Disman, Harold Huntsman, Donnie Fitzpatrick, Gene Lyles, Jerry Bernard
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Allen Countifs Champion Cheerleaders
The Allen County Patriot Cheerleaders got off to a good start this year by winning the first
place trophy in the Y.M.C.A. Clinic in Bowling Green in October.
This accomplishment inspired the squad into setting their goals high. They determined that
they would be the best group of Patriot cheerleaders ever. This end was not easy to reach. They
set for themselves certain standards to meet and rules by which they were to abide. They had a
regular schedule of practices and were constantly on the alert for new and different yells and
As district tournament time approached, they worked harder than ever. Their hours of prac-
tice paid off when they were chosen the champion cheerleaders of the 15th District. Further
encouraged, they again decided that they were going to win. The week passed quickly. Their time
was spent in practicing and perfecting their yells and side-line routines. A good deal of time was
also consumed in polishing shoes and getting their uniforms in excellent condition. Once more
their labors were rewarded when they won the 4th Region competition at Diddle Arena in
On March 14th, the group journeyed to Louisville to be ready for competition on Friday
morning. They were up early that day to get in that last few minutes of practice and get to Free-
dom Hall by nine o'c1ock. All of the cheerleading squads there were outstanding. Although our
cheerleaders did not Win first place, we can be very proud of the fact that they were the first
representatives of the 4th Region in the state contest.
They represented Allen County well!
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