Alliance Christian Schools - Shield Yearbook (Birmingham, AL)

 - Class of 1982

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Our greatest treasure -- Jesus Christ, the Rose of Sharon V4- ,fjg . - ,, .K kj ,X w-gs? .bg -sh Y' Q -E-Q V , , K 531' A N: ,am ,-.4 4-,,.-an-"" yr, , , 4 1 f ,K bk. 4 l'U W4-1-iff! ?,.?.+-ww' X T ' ff", ffgr ' ff, we 'QQ QU A ' ggwgrf ,.-,- 'fi fl iff, UVM 'Y 'Y 'YY' 5 f "K V. fi 105 ?f 6 4 7 I Q 'pl' . w 1. 1- T ,f Q ' v ,, kg... t X xi' je -uw 'lf "Tx -vm. 1 umm. 5 Mm: 3' We Q ? ir 'ENTER Nw nm.. 955' Aim: nl .g.,a,.u ,',,f8 dun! w-J . tzirff ,viii - J ,leon Ilp lffx Y ' ,Nik 4 ,.,.,.-W..T- As ,mf M- , Q ,,--1' v 1 fi 9.5 " .-1.17, +M- cum. ns pi van, 'PLM ' 1 2 xxvfx Q wx, 'X ...f xi - .p ' Aj ' --T511-F' I ' 5 4 A?-' x'V1" I I! 1 v'4"', Lui' The 1982 SHIELD is dedicated to MR. BRAXTON ADAMS who is laying up treasures in heaven - by using his special abilities to keep our buses running smoothly, our building in good repair and our junior soccer and basketball teams striving for victory. Q Q Q1 ADMINISTRATIQ , FACULTY A D STAFF .-.V r " A -Q55 , - .NN 'M as s vF FF l K , ,lags Q' Qin Qfjr 'siflbi lx 5 E, K ,X -as ' 7 f QSLQFQ 3512. K 3551 ,L A f,:.ss:g:-' ' in A 1:1434 4 Vs f - e :Giga . t. Q . lr . . . r K. 1, ' Q- '- .ft ,,.,- A, . , i M- . 1 . 1 X -:- 1, .is .ml , X. sf.-1: X 'l.,..,,.:r f f m- 4 -r - .. Q -r-fr 1 s ix-r. . A X . rf t ry .-2 -- sw+,,v'f'g ft- A A 1 pgs. E s it Sr -n .SL x it Sli 5 5 Q ,F it , F-Fil l Q F, it M wifi ri X a Q fr 3 ,Q .- ,,k-k .iiii jg' 1, , .s. : QQ - 1 ,Q F , ' Y Mrs. Braxton Adams - Principal eng Mrs. Mary Ann Hitchcock - Registrar ily li Mr. Royce Franklin - Business Administrator 5 ,, ii 5 s I ,V Alf? 5 4 l -alan: UIWGGQES Mrs. Royce Franklin Guidance Counselor, Head of Math Department Mrs. Marty Perry 1 Speech, Mrs. Gloria Headley Mrs. Betty Ann Stone Piano Typing Miss Cathie Mitchell Math, Yearbook Advisor l Mrs. Lynda Criswell Home Economics Mr. David Talley Mr. Bob Scheid P.E., Varsity Coach Driver Education M: gf, J A 4 ZA r 4 . I. . 5 ggi 3, 'B 71 Y 'C ' W-Za z ,M q ,gi V I, . 4 I l' 'V YJ, e . , ,I . .. fm' - fu 1 ,f K- V 1 J. ,. Q. ,Lv 4 1 Q ..l f- 'QW , wi, -7 f 5 i , ,.' ,g k ,f 'L-1. N J, :, X' fr, , nz ' , ,, hiv :" .4 " fr i ' 1 iii. U M 'ir M... Wi A l if . .il M - N, I" iw f 5 . A ,ew rg.. ., E, Y M ,Vg qv "" , A"f' ','f iiwgxis. L 1 - vw '1 Y :VV I if W ,V,, iguzgafw.-,aj :a w k :wiv g.f,92fr.wffi+:f122i?5Q,r,r? Kevin Maurice Jones Mrs. Glenda Rothe Mr. Monte Gann Bus Driver Bus Driv ' er Bus Driver r .. 4 M fi .ry 5 W.-.Q . Mrs. Pat Healy Lunchroom Mrs. Bettye Dollar Mrs. Mary Batton Bus Driver, Lunchroom Lunchroom Mr. Willis Brooks - Bus Driver Mrs. Penny Brown - Bus Driver .--W,,..,. ,,,, Coach Talley, Pastor Maurer and Reverend Bill Nabors during teacher orientation. visit The siding goes up on the gym! 'il ,,,...--i' The faculty begins the new year with orientation. Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Glenn prepare pancakes for breakfas vlitchell cheers as Jack Warren, Michele Dempsey, and Sandy ice to the finish line in a relay, l tudents relax with refreshments at regrouping during a break, ,X-XJ K if ,Ai Mrs. Carner warmly welcomes her class of second graders at East Lake. Ruth Ann Hitchcock spent hours during the summer preparing the handbooks for day. .Pi , .L '7' H: ' ' , ' W ,. 4. ' .if x A 5 ' Y '. v P ' if Mrs. Dollar and Mr. Adams collect money and answer questions about bus routes during registration. 4a 5 s Z 1 2 i' f Y f S sei 5, 1,2 21 -X A gi -ff, xr I Joel Haskins spends a quxet tnme alone wxth God Sketch Enckson presents one of hls challengxng messages A WMA 9 C2 41 .Q M if a 4 s Z QE? f 412, mga 4, ,, , V 'S + r 'hx' ,W be "1 .N'fh4" 'U ,nf-M, Yun A 4, ,Ki 22 ', 'W' I ",,,,w 'nf REGROUPING Refreshments 'ffm 'YK 5 is Q S' 6 L Q ,g X Q if if "iii f it W i 'x zlwi ".. 1 ,is :ette Dempsey comforts Susan Corley who wounded her arm during leyball competition. In their skit the 7th graders ask, "ls it time yet?" iw:-un ,V ,Wm ...at last! ' E51Ei'f?i?s5ff,2f: ':5:?lliN5f ' 1 mi' ififiziifigglffwflilikiff -figtgll 'si ggi:-f'fgg2geevfsv?sgfi A fl A ...msiffm f f , -www Paul Gilbert delivers the important papers to His Highness Buster I',..LlA-,L:.L-J,,-,,, I 13,1 P - - - I- --1-uurmwmmmm -. ,,-v,, 1 -g,.v.m.w: . ,J ,.ff-.,,,, V, i --if ..,,wf,liilfmvrp-i,,,v.w,m,ww THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1982 Hope Yuan Chi Barry Engman Anderson A W5 I . sf . s ' rf! . 5 K 4. W' Xi, 'H E S A - X X Kg, Q -f' Qfif K lg - I' .N 2 A A wwwgi A .sf 5 .s is 2, S .. P A gif o . -P . W S Q S .S n S , .:, Ez, . Q , , P S f " fa-o ,,.,,' S. "f'wsp n A .. - Arg: 1' ,rw A , - X 'ri i In .- NR V Joel Scott Haskins David Kenneth Howard Mrs. Lana Freeman Brett Alan Junge nfl, Z1 Elena Helen Krontiras Joseph Murray Moore Karen Lee Mouser fx N 26 Brian Keith Pate Wendy Joyce Rivers x w RQ ' A ,L-55 .. , www, 2 Q Ronald Scott Ross Myron Thomas Snoddy, Jr. Joy Beth Sutton Lisa Diane Turner if ,iw Jack Henry Warren I - The Senior Class 1 I 3 S? is M s sn s---.....i.... 'unna- '- . Us i The Seniors make taffy, David and Brian perform a Chemistry experiment. 'LA .. -nausea :mann-an Cl 3 , ii- if T Qs The Seniors are encouraged to raise money for Senior Trip. Wendy and Karen go shopping for Senior Seminar JUNIORS lk' Dianne Davis turns in her Patriotic Poster. Susan Corley Dianne Davis Keli Fortinberry Marshall Franklin Buster Gamble Paul Gilbert Dale Gray Chris Hayes Kendall Headley Jon Langford Now Mrs. Freeman is tall enough to look at Tim Mitchell eye to Leasha Abercrombie Robert Brannon Mike Carr Trina Collins it Mike Carr watches Peter Sams do a trick with his quarter The lllusmous ML D- Tim Mitchell Chrissie Phillips Michelle Pittman Angela Richardson Chuck Riley Kris Roy Peter Sarris Kim Simon Jeff Snoddy Faith Sutton SGPHOMDRES . k'k. use .,. x Ronnie Brakefield, Mark Kerr, and Sandy Lee all have the itching disease in the skit at Regrouping. Kelley Barnett Michael Bodenhausen Debbie Brakefield Ronnie Brakefield Teresa Creel Wes Criswell 4-fr Michele Dempsey Bonnie Duncan Robin Finch Jo Folks Karen Hayes Kathy Higginbotham Johnny Howard John Irwin a 32 'ii A .yli fy .s fr ass. .:, E . , -. 3 ,f Z.: X3-fi w m Chg S s tm -R' Pg +2 X' i '.. Q s X g - 2 , 11 RN ii 4 ll' D iii' 5 X 'I 1 i D x Johnny Howard asks Mrs. Freeman for just two more points. ,f Q2 Christy Walsh Andrea White Tracy Whitten Ron Wible Delene Woods Britt York Sherry Barrett Casey Crane D 'W- Suzette Dempsey ' t Beth Dollar Q -: - - Morris Franklin ' 'N F RESI-IME Faith Garner Linda Howard Beth Kapp Tommy Lake Carla Lotton Wanda Luick 1 .E ,K X. N i V X 1 Miss Boyd enthusiastically makes her point. 1 . w i,,?,g,5 Q M .f Qt gi. Q MM. - 1 V ' 1 A A Leslie Triplett waits in line while Beth Dollar makes a phone call. Sr' W Michael Bodenhausen, Suzette Dempsey, Morris Franklin work out a pri in Algebra. "K-F' . 'wwf , Q W an x ...... . Q :.: .. ttz :::::. - X X 5 53 I' --:Q sim dig, A -Nl! Iifsimsrriasz-Ei":'9:5:f'2'.: xi Y i. :gk Y Miss Judy Boyd QE ".. N si x igfg i Pamela Pittman E XLIE A Wanda Rivers 5 Margaret Sarris i Jay Strong ,fi . Niki Southerland , .3 5 .tty wit M X Anna Thornton si Leslie Triplett 'vi fu-3 Lotte Walker ir 'Wa Don White 2 Roy White Terri Wible LEFT: Anna, Faith, and Jeff help each other with their costumes. BELOW LEFT: Beth Dollar surprises Mrs. Adams with her first report card. BELOW RIGHT: The 9th grade boys help Leasha Abercrombie get the butcher paper out of the trunk for the cheerleaders. ff' me it 35 EIGHTI-I GRADE Mr. Hitchcock times Scott Lee and Scott Brackher at a break at regrouping. Chante Phillips takes a make up test Mrs. Jackie Pruett teaches elementary music and junior high English. The class learns something new each day DeLaine Dawson Rosemary Dupes Beth Hayes Bobby Hodges Stephanie Lane David Langford Kurt Becker Scott Brackner Bethany Brooks Gina Culberson John Dagnan 1 netsw Mrs. Pruett ., Becky York and Gina Culberson work hard on the promotion committee for the Lisa McKay makes a point in speech class. Angie Peaden performs in the first pep rally. Scott Lee Melanie McGraw Lisa McKay Angie Peaden Chante Phillips Jeff Posey Matt Scheid Donna White Suzanne Williams Becky York i SEVENTH GRADE Una Breeding Philip Crane Sandra Creel Robert Denison Angela Echols Anita Harris Jonathan Hays Angelisa Headley Vince Higginbotham Ruth Ann Hitchcock Duane Hitson Mary Howard xf""" JA Cassandra Lofton was H6333 'Kes Paul Loo :V Miss Boyd and Cassandra Lofton enjoy a humorous comment in Bible. 38 Ruth Ann Hitchcock, Cassandra Lofton, and Terri Sheridan stand in line to eat at Regrouplng You almost fit, Pau Mr. Makemson Tammi Manning Christy Massey Tanya Mitchell Barbara Pittman Lee Richardson Danny Rivers Jon Roth Terri Sheridan Brenda Singleton ww- Valerie Thrasher Missy Walsh Kathleen Williams John Wiggins Lisa Wolff Philip Crane and Jonathan Hays watch Paul Loo raise the flag at Regrouping, Mr. Bill Makemson teaches Junior High History, Science, and Math. The seventh grade struggles with a History lesson, E i s Q' S E S Q I H Q 40 ELEMENTARY TREASURES 9 qw N 1- .. kd h It xvewm, Ew.N...,,W X..,,.. .. .-........1.. .N.A S .-.-mn.--.X-:VF W: Mrs Sheridlan Andrea Bearden Scott Bigbee Janine Blankenship Ricky Borders Seyvon Brown Robert Cather David Colpo Michelle Comfort Marilyn Daniel Beth Ann Davis William Echols Kelly Frederick Chris Green Chris Haskins Nicole Henderson Kim Howard Karen Kapp Eric Lane Matthew Langford Robby Melvin Jim McAlister Paul McAnally Janet Ryder Dodie Walker Dale Westcott April Whitten Charlie Workman John Youngblood 42 - Mrs. Jobes Debbie Jobes listens while Mark ion. Jamie Batton Stephanie Brackner es to explain the Mark Butler Crede Colgan Rickey Cribbs Becky Dagnan Tracie Dawson Sabrina Dupes Hiala Elridge Angela Finch Trina Freeman Mark Garner Teri Gilbert Karen Hollis Alice Howard Andreas Krontiras Michelle Lee Shaun Nelson Chris Phillips Donna Rivers Greg Ross Sean Selznick Kathi Scheid Misty Smith Scott Smith Angela Stolk Byron Waites David Walsh Craig White F' FOURTH GRADE VESTAVIA Mrs Kunz Lydia Brooks hangs up her coat on a cold winter morning Mrs Kunz grades the 4th grades lessons Danica Hooks Jon Jobes Jeff Kim Denise Lamar Stephanie Lee Jason Rothe Kimberly Sheridan James Slaughter Scott Strawn Heidi Taylor Amy White Corey Wolff Mary Batton Sherri Batton Lydia Brooks Danny Colpo Jamie Edwards Johann Ginn Rick Godbehere John Headley Christie Henson Ashley Hinson - Mrs. Mitchell l 4 5 11 Fourth Grade boys find places on the globe. Z Q Mrs. Vivian Mitchell sings with her class. 'YQ' 'v' Jennifer Anderson Keith Frederick Athena Hill Daryl Parker Kenny Pinson Marion Sawyer Trent Sheehan Q-4, Quan Suggs Jay Wright Fourth Grade practices for Christmas chapel. THIRD GRADE VESTAVIA Mrs Scheid David Batton Kevin Becker Charles Bernhard Scottie Chamblee Michael Comfort April Deese Steve Dollar Dave Freeman West Gray Shane Green Darren Hardman Kezia Harvey Duffy Hayes Michelle Healy Mechelle Horton Elizabeth Howard Nicole Howard Nancy Kapp Stephen Lee John Macon Scott Manning Tony Person Cladise Slaughter Janet Thrasher Stephen Walsh Mrs. Carol Scheid observes her class at work THIRD GRADE - EAST LAKE Miss Rhea Third grade enjoys music class. Wi Miss Nancy helps Duane Davis learn a new song. Amy Aldridge Sean Anderson Misty Brown Lamar Burton Danny Cheshire Duane Davis Edward Frazier Joana Haddadin Jon McKee Stacey Myrick Nicki Ramsey Keith Robinson Jeffery Smith Rodney Traylor SECOND GRADE - VESTAVIA Mfswibie ll Stuart Ashworth Bridgette Breeding Carl Dickerson Mal Fancher Jennifer Jobes Leslea Junge Michael Melvin Blake Parker Jennifer Pilley LaTonia Pratt Karen Ross Greg Stanley Teri Taylor Paul Williams 48 Second graders enjoy the new gate. G ri? WMS? 5 , , :,,,v ff" Michael Melvin helps the second grade learn how to tell time, Mrs. Bev Wible encourages her class to read. Mrs Carner Brian Adair Wesley Cooley Clarence Cooper Christopher Crawford Danielle Foushee Jelani Gause Reid Harris Brian McMahan Jennifer Norris Tracy Odell Regina Robinson Brian Ruggs Tiffany Smith Kelly Thomas Meredith Ward Romania White Kenny Wilcutt Shane Williams Mrs Shirlie Carner explains the phonics chart. 49 - Mrs. Colpo Theron Brewster Renee Godbehere James Howard Betsie Kim Dwight Minor 1-'ni Leslie Narramore Jennifer Deese Hayley Smith Tony Waites Jonathan Walsh V.,-""" ii xx 5 l fy I l lr E 1.15 si S . ,,,,.... . .. Q 555 'Sv Mrs. Marilyn Colpo teaches first grade. Hayley and Jennifer share a secret. I l 5 FIRST GRADE - EASTLAKE Chris Austin Tre Bass Jason Burton Kay Chandler Trey Chandler Lauri Galbreath David Garrard Timothy Heath Shane Holderfield Allison Houlditch Pandora Hullett Angie Johnson 'swf' Miss Brown Sydney Melton Matthew Parrish Dana Smith Rachael Smith Wendy Warren Lauri Galbreath works diligently on her spelling test LEFT: Miss Marilyn Brown helps Chris re-write his assignment '5 - Mrs. Taylor Robbie Harris Jennifer Hays Jana Healy Yasmin Hines Annie Jordan Shane Junkins Victor Kyatt Darren Love Bradley McGiboney Heather Payton Leslie Perry Terri Rexroat Rachel Stanley Josh Stewart Tannis Stoops K , ilii J ilttsl, 5 l f ' Q li X. 'ff' 4 T i V -i- ' , K J , rti H it 'qll J J '5 :':,- Mrs. Jackie Taylor grades a student's work. Mrs. Taylor and 5K present a Thanksgiving play at P T F KI- DERGARTE -5 - EASTLAKE Mas 'Hg Van Averhart Mandy Fisher Michael Freeman Matt Fulghum Rand Haddadin Rani Haddadin Amy Lawrence Richie Lolley Gabi McLain Christy Norris Janet Ridgell Michael Russell Roark Sheehan Amy Spray Tamika Staples Christy Tomasello Neal Ward Ashley Waterhouse Tiffany White Ginger Windham Kathy Wise 3 A Mrs. Rita Ball helps Gabi McLain with her phonics workbook I , ,J K um-K'-1 Q ""' Miss VanHouten Holli Kuntz Billy Marshall Patrick Nelson Geminesse Minor Preston Pratt Dileep Rajan Kelly Reese Broderick Wilson Kimberly Wolff Miss Joyce Van Houten serves a meal to day care 4K presents their program at P.T.F. r K 4K students enjoy their lunch. '4 Q Mrs. Averhart 5 ,,, A ..-V: . 5 , 1 ' j fi 2 N t Q M Q . , Q J , 24 1 ,gli 0, , 511 5 7 Q 4K students enjoy a great lunch. rs. Marilyn Averhart helps Kelby O'Neill learn to count. --nf' 'ev W f" ' 5 M' 1 fl!! gf ii 3 :Fu .4-'hx' ,ji White practices talking e -.J properly. 1... A Tonya Carlisle Chianti Cleggett lngermar Cleggett Tim Fulghum Leslie Galbreath Jeries Haddadin Amanda Harris Andrea Joiner Erika Mitchell Kelby O'Neill Nissalke Pullum Michael Robinson Shaun Ruggs Kristen Smith Rubbie White 55 Ef?i"'fI,, ELEMENTARY PATRIOTIC POSTER CONTEST so Tina Freeman Karen Kapp Amy Aldridge Scott Strawn lst Place 2nd Place 3rd Place 3rd Place JUNIOR HIGH PATRIOTIC POSTER CONTEST 3.30 W , . in ,A I David Langford f Ist Place Angie Peaden - 2nd Place Bethany Brooks John Dagnan f 3rd Place Becky York Honorable Mention Honorable Mention SENIOR HIGH PATRIGTIC POSTER Joy Sutton 2nd Place Barry Anderson Faith Sutton - lst Place Honorable Mention f hunqii ,, ,,,-qslnrnuf, x T1 N O 4 l Rachel McAnally 3rd Place Morris Franklin Honorable Mention FAIR S if e 1 .xx 'I David Freeman - lst Place Jon Jobes - 2nd Place Karen Hollis - 3rd Place 5 , ff Q5 if A ' .f 'H 5, 4 V ,, N "3y Joel Haskins and Ron Ross charm their way into E Dianne Davis' purse. l - . A I l. Practice makes perfect. Students perform "A Venture Almost Desperate." Dr. Nicky Chavers directs the cast in the Academy of Arts production. Q MW WM wa W Bobby Hodges advances the ball in an ACS soccer game. asa McCall, Margaret Sarris, and Lotte Walker serve in Home omics tea. The Moon Walk was the main attraction at Fall Festival. i Angela Echols actually hit the volleyball? ,,,,,,,..m,,,,,,,,.,,.,l,..l..,,.... ...ll , s.,,..W....s....M.a.,,... ....-.-,.....W.msW.,..l...,......-... ..,., ' 31. A Mr. Macon instructs students on candy selling techniques FALL FESTIVAL Fall Festival is an annual event at Alliance Christian School to which everyone looks forward. lt's a really fun day! Stude enjoy jumping on the Moon Walk, watching a play, participating in relays and contests, bursting pinatas, and dunking tl favorite teachers on the dunking machine. The adults enjoy shopping in the Sugar Shack, Coffee Shop, Holiday House, a Bargain Barn. To add to the excitement, our new gym was used for the first time to hold the Hamburger Hangout anj number of other events. All in all the 1981 Fall Festival was a big success, l .EZ :fl " Buster Gamble almost dies at Paul Gilbert and Faith Sutton's gunpoint, Beth Ann Davis finally comes up with her red apple! E is A - .5 .fs. , 1 .fi -7, 155-iff it , ,, , Many delicious desserts are sold in the Sugar Shack. Parents purchase hats in the Spirit Room to support their teams, Xisr Mrs. Ross tries to find the best bargain in the Bargain Barn. Mr. Scheid counts the profits that were made at the Fall Festival Warren and David Howard straighten up the school under Suzette Dempsey's supervision. Are Hank Parsnip lBarry Andersonl and Ze Crumm lKris Royl really going to get married? nob ia l 'V' Mike Melvin gives the pinata one big whack and all the candy falls out. K 1 li -m., l ""' Fathers Troy Mitchell, James Thrasher, and James Crane fix fantastic hamburgers for the Hamburger Hangout. l I " lxg 4 L ,, fi, u , Q wr, A 1 .-. . f ,lf ' 'WF ' .' it 'f 7.3. 'Q ' f 2451 ' ' , f..,. . 5, .B K ,lf , : ,- A .., .M. . ,V-j V' V5 All the kids scramble for the candy to see who can get the most. Wil ifwlkmu P ' - Mrs. Franklin takes many a dunk on the Dunking Machine. Ekfeb, Joy Sutton and Joe Moore sell Christmas items in the Holiday House. Bigbee and John Anthony Wiggins eagerly await the results of their Spin r ,, The kids enjoy a jump on the Moon Walk, Ron Wible and Morris Franklin have a contest to see who can climb up and down the flag pole first, SOCCER 1981-1982 UNDER SIXTEEN TEAM L, to R, Row 1: Paul Loog Lee Richardsong Vince Higginbothamg Danny Riversg Scott Bigbee. Row 2: Jeff Poseyg Matt Scheidg Bobby Hodgesg Morris Frankling Philip Craneg David Talley, Coach. ww, - K av .. .V ,. . i K K J' W ,C 1 C 1 1 'E 1 E1 of go 1 - -av l L l 5 o', au- k at E hi if hh 1 A ,: 19 9 BS. Y ,s eE 1 UNDER TWELVE TEAM L. to R. Row 1: Danny Colpog Chris Haskinsg Jeff Kimg Rick Godbehereg Charles Bernhardg Jon Jobes. Row 2: Braxton Adams, Coachg David Colpog Scott Smithg Paul McAnallyg Andreas Krontirasg John Headleyg Seyvon Browng James Slaughter. VOLLEYBALL 1981-1982 JUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH TEAM 1 L. to R. Row 1: Ruth Ann Hitchcockg Valerie Thrasherg Beth Dollarg Pam Pittmang Teresa Creelg Marty Perry, Coachg Wanda Luickg Janet Mishalanieg Keli Fortinberryg Sandra Creel. 1981 CANDY SALE The students unloaded me truck, formed a candy brigade, Mr. Macon and David Howard demonstrate how to sell candy W , w?.-.1ff"' af f a and stacked over 1,000 cases of candy in the storeroom. Mrs. Adams congratulates Marion Sawyer for being top candy seller The Academy of Arts Presents ' 7 L A5 ' The early history of England is given in the prologue, Elder Brewster KTommy Snoddyl speaks to his congregation. Mrs. Franseen demonstrates make-up techniques on Mary Howard Danny Rivers reluctantly cooperates as Miss Franseen and the crew fit him for a costume. A VENTURE ALMGST DESPERATE Mr. Tom Franseen and Mr. Ken Hines present a delightful puppet show The ladies of the court flirt with King James. during chapel. W 4' Q 5 gi tiii assi ,. do The boys practice the storm scene. The stage crew hooks up the backdrop. Nicky Chavers directs Ron Ross and Barry Anderson in their scene Henry Vll CJoel Haskinsl talks to his wife Ann Boylen lJoy Suttonl. The promotion committee welcomes parents to the play. Jon Langford works with the lights while Chuck Riley operates the sounc ln between rehearsals Jack Warren takes a quick nap. W Mr. Hines and the stage crew build a f A STUDENT COUNCIL The purpose of the Student Council is to promote spiritual life at Alliance Christian, to provide an opportunity for service and character development through active involvement in student government, and to promote and coordinate aspects ofthe social life at Alliance Christian. L. to R. Row 1: Linda Howard 9, Angela Richardson 11, Andrea tmy z-Pre Snoddy, President, Sally Ramer, Secretary-Treasurer, Jack Warren, sident. White 10. Row 2: Suzanne Williams 8, Carla Lotton 9, Missy Walsh 7, Sally Ramer 10, Lee Richardson 7. Row 3: Mr. Donmoyer - Sponsor, Bobby Hodges 8, Jeff Snoddy 11, Tommy Snoddy 12, Jack Warren 12. l Snow falls on A.C.S.! I A second grader earns a point for his team in a review game .. s iiff l kkh' if-M, 8 Here we stand like birds in the wilderness. Someday our prince will come. 2 elementary students are dressed for Countr fHillbill D d ' M y y ay uring ike Crane shows Joel his knife-sharpening techniques and David displa -Qin' ' A y their artistic ability on Joe Moore secretly tries to build up his muscles. You are doing a fine job, Joe! :r's Travels. llfiindergarteners have nothing to aboutl. SPELLING BEE GRADES 4-8 li E U has X r ,z ,X 1 Q , a s r 1.1 i-ll A , is -5 ' f g gggi I I V I g ue ril la! B ,'-- ir ul Q 7E , .. 71 f K :ILV V ,,,,V 3 X . ref A V W ms 1'ff .. ,, a. H Lee Richardson Mark Butler Bethany Brooks lst Place 2nd Place 3rd Place ss s he B u SPELLING BEE GRADES 9-12 X V my A 'bg'-4J:Qi,,,WL VZ W, 1st Place 2nd Place 1 554 f Faith sunon Jeff snoddy Mrs. Franklin serves ice cream to the Juniors at the surprise Valentine party' The brick work begins on the gym. SENIOR HIGH SCIENCE FAIR JUNIOR HIGH SCIENCE FAIR I if 5 r i i I si' i K uffflm sir . R U W' IIIII ' " : I :.,, Leverett, lstg Ronnie Brakefield, 4thg Kathy Higginbotham, Srdg Michael Missy Walsh, 3rdg Tanya Mitchell, Zndg Ruth Ann Hitchco k 2 d hausen, 2nd, Suzanne Williams, Honorable Mentiong Lotte Walker, 1st D d Langford and Scott Lee, Honorable Mention. l SENIOR HIGH CREATIVE p WRITING CONTEST 'R 2 DAVID HOWARD - - E First Place ,T-" , U KATHY HIGGINBOTHAM - e Phillips supports the mighty Crusaders. Flrst Place ,-, TRINA COLLINS - ,, yy - Second Place Q R I ,ff I -. Q. MORRIS FRANKLIN - Honorable Mention I yy RONNIE BRAKEFIELD - lli. I Honorable Mention Ey Rivers and Chante Phillips are ready for Tommy Snoddy oming. rebound. JUNIOR HIGH SPEECH CONTEST Lee Richardson Bethany Brooks Cassandra Lofton 1st Place 2nd Place 3rd Place ELEMENTARY SPEECH CONTEST John Youngblood, Zndg Seyvon Brown, 3rdg April Whitten, 3rdg Kimberly Sheridan, lstg Stephen Walsh, lst. There is snow on the new gym! Wanda Rivers and Linda Howard are ready for Christmas SENIOR HIGH SPEECH CONTEST 'is Franklin, 3rd, Kris Roy, 2nd, Joel Haskins, Honorable Mention, shall Franklin, Honorable Mention, Dale Gray, lstg Joy Sutton, JUNIOR HIGH CREATIVE WRITING CONTEST SUZANNE WILLIAMS First Place BETHANY BROOKS Second Place CHRISTY MASSEY TAMMI MANNING Honorable Mention GINA CULBERSON Honorable Mention Third Place arable Mention. SENIOR HIGH PATRIOTIC ESSAY CONTEST yrry ' .- fi my Snoddy, lst, Jack Warren, 2nd, Tim Mitchell, Honorable Mention, Lisa Turner, Jim McDonald, missionary to Irian Jaya, speak h p Y arable Mention, Jeff Snoddy, 3rd, David Howard, Honorable Men ion, TREASURES OF CHRISTMAS X Mr. D. opens one of his many presents. Whatever is that, Helen? Danielle Foushee and Wes Cooley set up the Nativity scene in their Si Grade room. The students at East Lake practice singing for Christmas chapel. E S u m s as i 1 is in lla Mitchell and Marshall Franklin talk to speaker Marty Benton after Christmas el. z Thornton and Delene Woods bring their desserts for the Sophomore party, if 'V .11 rll , ' .rf-fp 'FE 'T' Sixth Graders enjoy giving and receiving presents. The Third Graders dig into all of the delightful goodies. Eighth graders enjoy the food and desserts that were brought to the Christmas party. VARSITY CRUSADERS HAVE BIG SEASON 1981-1982 SEASON 16-9 L. to R. Row 1: Joel Haskins, Co-Captaing Tommy Snoddy, Co-Captaing Jack Warreng Barry Andersong David Talley, Coach. Row 2: Johnny Howardg Britt Yorkg Tim Mitchellg Tim Moreaug Jeff Snoddyg Jon Langfordg Marshall Franklin. 51191 kkkk fi- - ... ii.. A 'X A 2 Sw QMS! A Xl,, Wm f www :E 'ii'l ,," A faii A llii A . . . in 1 T V , f A i I Salll A 4 iq. . -- v - '-""T'W""' " mf- , - ' , H 'Q-my 'f "-', A ,l !:,, f ,T , , Q ,..... fffemfw ' " WW- ww .55 a , ,K 4 VT 72 6 J. 3 Af . - : i www 'Z af fl . i s Q -Q 5 5 . 4 .Q .11 Q- ' -' Q 2 TE , i 5 ' .E ' wr ik.--I sv - . -- 1 . 1, . is S ig., in f . ' 80 1 ...- . 1 M 77,-- Q-1 . l Q ii . 1. , 1 r S 5 . . i 3 1- 'S' ASQ? iy, '32 XX Y .2 w. S 81 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL L. to R. Row 1: Lee Richardsong Scott Bracknerg Tommy Lakeg Matt Scheidg Philip Craneg David Langford. Row 2: Braxton Adams, Coachg Steve Morrisong Casey Craneg John Dagnang Scott Leeg Jeff Poseyg Kurt Beckerg Morris Franklin. 3 w ii 4 83 VARSITY C HEERLEADERS K M yAgl Rh d D D gChristy WlhSllyR L h Ab b C H dgTrina C ll H dCh rleader. alps 1981-1982 ACEA STATE CHAMPS JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Angela Echolsg Becky Yorkg Angie Peaden DeLaine Dawsong Gina Culberson, head cheerleader. .f gf' sy' 'S HOMECOMING 1982 I-IOMECCMING QUEEN IS MISS WENDY RIVERS -fx 9 'A ..L..:-:- - -' .. ., WN.. Qsgqmikk . , .,..q.m.awQw.:. -.,, Xi. Linda Bryant, 1981 Queen, crowns the n ing Queen. Wendy Rivers is es Langford. l Second Alternateg Angela Richardson - First Alternateg Wendy Rivers - Queeng Leslie Triplett - Se- ernate Angela Richardson - Sophomore Joy Sutton - Senior Leslie Triplett - Freshman Escort Tim Moreau Escort Tommy Snoddy Escort David Howard Trina Collins - Junior Sandy Lee - Sophomore Sally Ramer - Sophomore Escort Brian Pate Escort Joel Haskins The 1982 Homecoming Court Beth Dollar - Freshman Escort Tim Mitchell my Sutton and Kathy Higginbotham wear different colors for Rainbow Day. Bobby Hodges looks real cool for 50's day. The Varsity Cheerleaders practice their new cheer for the Homecom- ing game. " .mm sg: , .xi- rwv -1, 1, Angela Echols and Angie Peaden deliver the mums for Homecoming. Kim Massey makes a sign for the Homecoming pep rally. JUNIGR HIGH VALENTINE PARTY KING: Philip Crane QUEEN: Chante Phillips AND THE COURT ..., David Langford, Philip Crane, Lee Richardson, Suzanne Williams, Gina Culberson, Missy Walsh, and Chante Phillip "Bird Legs from Burbank" answers letters from the lovelorn. ' 1 so YQ? ra 5- . J ilip Crane entertains Chante Phillips and Donna White during supper. 'he Seventh and Eighth graders enjoy a delightful meal at Shoney's, AW? be 1 5214 5 ft 57 2 4, fi' Y 'W as 3' .5 A Mr. Adams prepares to join Mr. Criswell in a dish of whipped cream. one, Scott Lee eats his way through Banana Land. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS' CLUB ik. Sk K trki ,jk X . The members of Future Homemakers' Club have enjoyed fabulous food and interesting studies. They have made silk flowers and have had a lesson in first aid. This club provides a way for students to explore the God-given desire for homemaking. Terri Wible - President, Janet Mishalanie - Vice President, Brenda ,-. 1. 1- . M- L. to R. Mrs. Criswell - Sponsor, Tammi Manning, Beth Hayes, Brenda Singleton, Cassandra Lofton Ann Hitchcock, Anita Harris, Lisa Wolff, Angelisa Headley, Terri Sheridan, Janet Mishalanie, Beth Kapp Wible. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA + R. Teresa Creel - Vice President, Bonnie Duncan - President, Pam ian Howard - Chaplain. ,, 3 E t l Am lx, it MVQWW ' , R. Row 1: Bethany Brooks, Sandra Creel, Kathleen Williams. Row 2: Miss Mitchell - Sponsor, Teresa l, Karen Hayes, Barbara Pittman. Row 3: Rosemary Dupes, Bonnie Duncan, Pamela Pittman, Mary ard. ,v-- wa, , , I K I The F.T.A. club members spend a lot of time helping the elementary teachers. They grade papers, give spelling tests, prepare bulletin boards and read stories to the students. Some members have taught a lesson to their class. This club is intended to encourage enjoyment of nature in the wild. Survival skills and out- door safety habits are practiced. This year the woodsmen viewed films and went hiking. Mr. Addison Hitchcock - Sponsor WOODSMEN CLUB L. to R. Row 1: John Wiggins, Danny Rivers, Jonathan Hays, Paul Loo. Row 2: Robert Denison, David Langford, Posey, John Dagnan, Scott Lee, Kurt Becker, Mr. Hitchcock. Row 3: Scott Brackner, Philip Crane, Steve Morrison, C Crane, Don White, Morris Franklin, Matt Scheid, Tommy Lake, l nun 1 nal pu l it 1 Casey Crane - Vice President, Morris Franklin - President, Scot' - Secretary fTreasurer. LIBRARY CLUB . The purpose of the Library Club is for the members to learn library skills and improve and care for the library. They mend damaged books and 4 l,.s check books out to ti. students. R. Niki Southerland, Faith Sutton, Joy Sutton, Robin Finch, Una Breeding, Mrs. Freeman - Sponsor. MMM Faith Sutton - Vice President, Joy Sutton - President, Robin Finch - Secretary. i PEP CLUB The purpose of the Pep Club is to promote school spirit and enthusiasm for the various athletic teams. During the year the members make posters and signs for the games. L, to R. Row 1: Mrs. Perry - Sponsor, Susan Corley, Chrissie Phillips, Kathy Higgin- botham, Melanie McGraw, Kim Massey, Christy Massey. Row 2: Angela Richardson, Mary Moreau, Stephanie Lane, Lisa McKay, Leslie Triplett, Becky York. Row 3: Kim Simon, Rachel McAnally, Christy Walsh, Michele Dempsey, Lisa Turner, Dianne Davis. Row 4: Wanda Luick, Angel Macon, Beth Dollar, Debbie Brakefield, Suzette Dempsey, Michelle Pittman, Row 5: Angela Echols, Keli Fortinberry, Trina Collins, Leasha Abercrombie, Sandy Lee, Kris Roy, Faith Garner. L E OFFICERS: Susan Corley, President, Chrissie Phillips, Trea Kathy Higginbotham, Secretary. FELLOWSHIP GF CHRISTIAN ATI-ILETES A ,Q Vg: , f' an ,,,..- 4--" b-""""' n Pate, Presidentg Paul Gilbert, Secretaryg Peter Sarris, Vice Presidentg not shown, Mark ', Treasurer. David Langford receives an award at the Athletic Banquet. The communion service is a special part of Easter Chapel. A . ...... . K ...,, ,... . 5 k,.k:h,h , L ' f ' - " K . ' ' U .. f ..., . tt 5 X .. lg f x ,J , S- 1 '1 , Q sl' Q' r s-:Qs-u Tak K , Y The music, dramatic readings, and sermon of Easter Chapel focus CIOSS. 46 mfviif G2 W 'Wulf t '-5 The students relax between eve .S 1 .. 2 H I.. 1 1 s x .1 a 'Q Z nts on Fie Si N - S S E s l 5 S S -'Q ld Day. it li it il r l 'iff 3 S Ei S Many students receive awards at Honors Chapel. The grass beside the gym is cut for the first time. :istant Pastor Stan Hotalen speaks at the dedication of the gymnatorium as Vestavia Alliance irch. ,,',,., e kindergarten graduates wait to receive their omas. The seniors present a comedy during Senior Class Night. 'Nw- The congregation participates in the dedication service. ft.. .. at it sm i' , David Howard plays a trumpet solo during graduation. l Pastor and Mrs. Maurer and Mrs. Adams relax after graduation exercises for the 10th senior class at ACS. ELEMENTARY MUSIC CONTEST Trina Freeman and Mark Butler, Ist, Tracie Dawson and Dave Freeman, 2nd, David Colpo, 3rd, April Whitten and Danny Colpo, Honorable Mentior SENIOR HIGH MUSIC CONTEST JUNIOR HIGH MUSIC CONTEST Joy Sutton, lst, Carla Lofton, 2nd, Faith Sutton, 3rd, Suzanne Williams, Ist, Becky York and Kathleen Williams, 2nd, Angi Headley, 3rd. ELEMENTARY CREATIVE WRITING CONTEST GRADES 1 2 STUART ASHWORTI-l s GRADES 34 GRADES 5 6 KENNY PINSON lst JOHN YOUNGBLOOD 1 1 REGINA ROBINSON n DARYL PARKER n MATT LANGFORD 2nd WENDY WARREN 3'd ATHENA HILL 3rd MARK BUTLER rd BRIAN ADAIR HM -1f - -.S --2d -2d 9 - - -3 ELEMENTARY BIBLE CONTEST SENIOR HIGH MATH CONTEST - BETH ANN DAVIS - First Place MATT LANGFORD - Second Place ge-A DALE WESCOTT - Second Place I MARK BUTLER - Third Place if TRINA FREEMAN - Honorable Mention Front Row: Marshall Franklin, 3rdg Tommy Snoddy, lst. Back Row: Brett Junge, 2nd, Tim Mitchell, lst. JUNIOR HIGH MATH CONTEST ELEMENTARY MATH CONTEST 'I MATT LANGFORD - lar BETH ANN DAVIS - 2nd A MARK BUTLER - 3rd at fl na DAVID WALSH - Honorable Mention any Brooks, Tanya Mitchell, 2nd, Terri Sheridan, lst. Leslie Triplett, Becky lace York, and Clark Word lnot shownl, Honorable Mention. G' - . .fi '57 X3 J l vu Z of .aio The children enjoy the sand box. We have Faith, Hope, and Joy at Alliance Christian School. ATHLETIC AWARDS BANQUET w ..::' 32' ' ul' sg, Mrs, Perry presents Wanda Luick with the Most Valuable Player award for her excellent Trina Collins thanks Mrs. Perry after receiving the Valuable Cheerleader award. ,. 1 p Mr. Braxton Adams, J.V. Basketball Coach, awards Casey Joel Haskins accepts one of his many awards from Coach David Talley. Crane for "Best Offensive Player" and Captain. 102 3 l 1 . ,,.. A Steve Shiflett presents a challenging bout athletes ,ff Wm fi ,X 6? 2 tw A W AV,,,,, W H 'tiiif-fwfzfmsizfc'aff" . ,rf V, Mrs. Hotalen, J .V. Cheerleader Sponsor, talks Can Mr. Adams really eat all of that big potato? .4-nl with Mrs. Maurer and Mr. Hotalen during dinner. Wanda Rivers shows off her sweet and innocent look to Crane Junior Varsity Cheerleader Angela Echols visits with Tanya Mitchell. 103 JUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH FIELD DAY .-45""""' F The Junior High girls run the 440. i"'- Hope Chi gives her best effort in the running br so-...aspen-Q The Senior High girls compete in the 60-yard dash. ba 104 -wi .Wir Steve Morrison throws the shot put. :sf Le- ,, iw Tim Moreau makes a mighty leap in the high jump competition. ., -aw J, 4 2 ---- E if -in , - pw' Mrs. Franklin records scores for the winners in each event. Scott Brackner dives over the high jump bar. fa me t may Chris Haskins gets ready to throw a perfect pitch. Beth Ann Davis prepares to catch a fly ball K wzlxsxf fo imw+r w,Nsfa MR. ALLIANCE NOMINEES kc wmwkwif xv Brian Pate Jeff Snoddy Tommy Snoddy Jack Warren MISS ALLIANCE NOMINEES Leasha Abercrombie Dianne Davi Faith Sutton Joy Sutton MR. ALLIANCE - DAVID HOWARD l X 4 l l , s JS Nominations for Mr. Alliance and Miss Alliance are made by the Junior-Senior High faculty. These are young people consider to be outstanding examples of the Christian students in our High School. 108 ,Q N. s sf 5 lg 152 at A if N iii V ii. MISS ALLIANCE - HOPE CHI My . . . +. Q14 . E , 17,21 + ---- -S 1611 - i-if fi . , A . .5 -it 'fi -. , s K 4 g M , , 24.1 K 1,25 Ss Sf fi, 1 Q- fi ' 4 as S . . 'fs . 5 - g if ' 933 W , 5 55+ .2 s I." PIT' . I gg I. ,-::, , I ral . :Vk N.- , Zz , 5 nary consideration for the nomination is the Christian testimony of each young person, but academic standing, sportsman- and service are also considered. Mr. Alliance and Miss Alliance are then chosen by vote of the Junior and Senior High lents. 109 M THE SHIELD STAFF Introduction and Division Pages: Karen Mouser, Wendy Rivers Student Life: Linda Howard, Susan Corley, Robin Ryder Classes: Chrissie Phillips, Lisa Turner Ads: Michael Bodenhausen, Allen Leverett Darkroom: Mike Carr, Peter Sarris Photography and Sports: Joel Haskins, Joe Moore Advisor: Miss Cathie Mitchell THE CRUSADER STAFF Co-Editors: Debbie Brakefield, Andrea White Elementary: Gina Culberson - Vest., Becky York - Vest., Tracy Whitten - E.L. Cartoons, Jokes, Riddles: Brian Pate Sports: Ronnie Brakefield Feature Stores: Helen Krontiras Joy Sutton Business Ads: Tracy Whitten, Scott Brackner Typist: David Howard Photography: Joe Schillaci, Helen Krontiras Editorial, Layout, Make-Up: Carla Lofton, Kathy Higginbotham Reporters: Robert Denison, Anita Harris, Lee Richardson Sponsor: Mrs. Lana Freeman ,i K. F .4 BETA CLUB Row 1, L. to R.: Andrea White, Kathy Higginbotham, Hope Chi, Joy Sutton, Faith Sutton. Row 2: David Howard, Tommy Snoddy, Jeff Snoddy, Tim Mitchell, Ronnie Brakefield, Marshall Franklin, Allen Leverett, Miss Cathie Mitchell, sponsor. WHO'S WHO AMONG AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS 5 Front Row: Joy Sutton, Dianne Davis, Faith Sutton. Back Row: Tommy Snoddy, Marshall Franklin, Jeff Snoddy, Jack Warren. HG ORS C Haskins is awarded a trophy for being most outstanding senior high boy on Day. san Corley is awarded a trophy for outstanding senior high girl on Field Day, I-IAPEL Tim Mitchell gives his campaign speech for president of Student Council. These students are honored for participation in the American Associa- tion of Christian Schools at Bob Jones Johnny Howard is awarded first place in the mile. At left, Robin Finch is awarded a ribbon for placing third in the 440 run. 113 VALEDICTORIAN Captain of the Varsity Basketball Team MR. TOMMY SNODDY 1 fff S President of Student Council 5 5 5 S Winner of the Bausch and Lomb Science Award and Woodmen of the Award SALUTATORIANS 'Q . 2 I MISS , HOPE CHI MISS JOY SUTTUN SENIOR CLASS NIGHT 'K if if s :,. Ie I Lisa Turner presents the lyre to the Junior Class. On behalf of the Junior Class, Marshall Franklin accepts the challenge o Senior Class r fly! n exif' I f H ,M i.,, I L: 4' I if ,f The Seniors sing "Day by Day," accompanied by Joy Sutton. fi ,Jfi rr is cs 1 116 N' "Well I might'a gone fishin'.' At left, Seniors present "Badlands Ballyhoo GRADUATIO JUNE 6, 1982 The Seniors march to "Pomp and Circumstancef' N The graduates pray during their graduation exercises Joy Sutton presents her Salutatorian speech. Brian Pate receives the faculty Bible College Scholarship. Jack Warren receives his diploma from Mrs. Adams. At right, Rev. James Lowden gives the graduation address. KI DERGARTEN GRADUATIO sae E 'X "Red and yellow, black and white, they are precious in his sight. Jesus loves the little children of the world." V-4' N1 The graduates march in. l 118 "I pledge allegiance . . .' ',4+,Xx Mrs. Adams presents the diplomas. f THE GYM CAME A LUNG WAY THIS YEAR! sl . 1 .17- K u Em, W rm N K W,T.,k W' , My 1- -M 1. .-fi., 4 'Qi-Q, TE -W-' 'uw f , I A- Q ,M-B. , . I A, 9 Y Y . i , YQ 5 ' 1 , I 1 . , A "'A f 1 ' f . ' E if ' k.-- ,,,........, eff -if f 2 57 EW FACES AT ACS Mrs. Nelle Burson Teacher, Second Grade -EL Steven Hey, 4K-V Li-Wei Lin, 4K-V Arvind Prabhakar, 4K-V Li-Ping Lin, 5K-V Jessica Putnam, 5K-V Melissa Tate, 5K-V Ashley Walker, 1-EL Shane Handy, 1-V Joey Turner, 1-V Tara Brown, 2-V Keri Byars, 4-V Gabrielle Hayes, 4-V Chris Putnam, 4-V Stacy Ward, 5th Eric Byars, 6th Bill Tanner, 6th Joe Warren, 6th Mary Moreau, 7th Gabette Hayes, 8th Chris Williams, 8th Steve Morrison, 9th Tammy Warren, 9th Clark Word, 10th Tim Moreau, 11th 120 is rs ee L t T rf, - r. ""'---. I" :fi,:IG! :'fEf-5 -. xy Q 'L' we sqm, 1" I.- i ,er --imvmv:-,, A we - .... 'A " New students quickly get involved in activities. ,E .E rm IN MEMGRIAM - A TREASURE LOST Mr. E. B. Hammond 1908-1982 On February 18, 1982, Mr, Euel Braxton Hammond went to be with the Lord. He is the father of our principal, Mrs. Iudy Adams, and our former music teacher Mrs. Suzanne Cobb. Mr. Hammond loved the Lord and served Him in practical ways. He made many contributions to the school. The 'ock wall on the bank in front of the school, the steps to top court, the outside steps from first floor to second floor, the eachers' loungefstorage room, and the darkroom are his handiwork. He made countless shelves, coat racks and stools ind many repairs on the building. We at Alliance Christian School have lost a treasured friend. 121 HOMEWOOD SPORTING GOODS Birmingham's Headquarters for: Wilson, Spalding, Dunlop, Adidas, Tiger, Nike, Converse, Vonex, Speedos Swimwear 879-2828 2933 18th S Homewood IKI'S CAFE Fresh Seafood, Steaks Cafeteria Style from 11 AM to 9 PM Open from 5 AM till 10 PM 233 Finley Avenue West "If the right side ofthe brain controls the left side of the body . . . then only left-handed people are in their right mind. " Compliments of Miss Boyd and the left-handers at ACS. 122 CK. Think ofsomething green. Forthegooddlingsinyourlife, leanonthegroen. 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QQ 1.05 123 Office Residenc 879-0177 823-569 R E A LTO R Q COMPLIMENTS OF REALTY AND INSURANCE COMPAN , S 3006 Cook Street Homewood, Alabama 3520 Green Valley Drugs Nelson-Brantley Glass Company Don Meadows Auto Paint 8: Body Carto-Craft Map Company Springdale Wesleyan Church Kopper Kettle Cafeteria Demitris' Barbeque Star Truck Parts A welcome awaits you t O EAST LAKE ALLIANCE CHURCH N. 85th Street at 3rd Ave. N inC. Birmingham, Alabama 35206 f2Q5l 833-4342 154-B West Valley Avenue Birmingham, Ala. 35209 Vernon D. Evans - Pastor Typesettlng 0 Mechanical Art Alliance Christian Branch School Kindergarten through 4th Grade SRISWELL SYSTEMS COMPANY, mc. 5' " E 2442 VALE DRIVE :ai Ai!!! BIFIIVIINGI-lAlVl, ALAEAIVIA 35244 IEOSJ SSB-CISCO CONGRATULATICNSI ll BARRY, BRETT, BRIAN, DAVID, I-IELEN, I-IOPE, JACK, JOE, JDEL JDY, KAREN, LISA, RCN, TOMMY, WENDY SENIOR CLASS 1982 f , V ,. 5' ' 27KVVfig5VVV?,V'V VV f":,71 f V' J "" VYtzVff2?QfW7f:' f- ' , V A WP? H f-if iV I .. 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