This world is a looking-glass, and gives back to every man the reflection of his own face. Frown at it, and it in turn will look sourly upon you; laugh at it and with it, and it is a jolly, kind companion.
Editors Heather McCluskey Alida Moore Bennie Smith Susie Bunch Darcy Brown Christina Cruber David Millender Suzanne RossMemories Of HAPPY DA YS!DEDICATION — APPRECIATION MR. LARR Y MARETT MISS SHARON LANGFORD
1. The PANORAMA staff presented Sharon Langford with a gift in appreciation of the example she set for A.H.S. students during these past 12 years. Always on time, always smiling--Thanks, Sharon.
3. Thanks for the patience you have, the interest in each one of us. Thanks, also, for the good example you set for us.
2. In appreciation of all the extra work, effort and concern, we dedicate the 1978 PANORAMA, to Mr. Larry Marett. Thanks for the floor-mopping, counselling, popcorn popping and all the other endless jobs you do.
3IN MEMORIAM T. DOCK BLAIR
FRED GRIFFIN FRED HESTER
SAMMY SMITH PROFESSOR W.E. POPE
LOVING MEMOR Y OF WAYNE OUTLAW CLASS OF 78OUR BOSSES . . .Larry Marett, Principal
Eugenia Hood, Math, Guidance
Lizette Stevens, P. E. Coach
i'H' ■ lfl
Earl Stevens, P.E., Coach
Bill Miley, Math, Coach
Faith McCullen, Science
Ruth Griffith, Math
Larry Newman, Math, CoachFACULTY
Ethel Little, Home Ec. Louis Rowles, French, JoAnnForbus, English Nancy Garrett, English
Mario Ortiz, English, Spanish
Judy Nabors, English, Speech
Tommy Parish, Social Studies
Tommy Gilreath, Social Studies
Danny Golding, Social Studies
Faith West, English
Jeffie Robinson, English
Jerry Lyons, Coach, Social Studies, Driver's ed.
John Wilson, Social Studies
Jerry Irving, ScienceBob Taylor, band
Juanita Smith, Librarian
Herman Riley, Agriculture
Betsy McGlohn, home economics
Chester McCall, Building Mary McMillan, guidance trades
Jessie Wilson, Secretary
Dee Allison, IBT, Co-op
Susan Wise, Business
Donald Fly, Electricity
James Little, Auto Mechanics
Bill Hilliard, director
John Thomas, Math
B.B. Jones, B-MetalMr. And Miss AHS
Mr. and Miss AHS-next to Golden Panther the highest honor a student at Amory High School can win. The seniors nominate and the entire student body votes. This year's winners were TERESA WRIGHT AND LEE RUSHING.
1. Johnny and Emily were runners-up.
2. Lee-one head among many.
3. Teresa reigned as homecoming queen; driver, Charles Moreland; escort. Dale Fullerton.
4. Lee in the fashion show. Only ONE of his many poses.
5. Lee again-not asleep but passed out giving blood.
6. Lee as we will best remember him.
(L to R) Vickie Harlow, Teresa Wright, Julie Holman, MarkTubb, Amy McCullen, Joni Wilson, Teresa Palmer. Their parents are standing behind.
Long, long ago when this Tombigbee region still belonged to Mother Nature, there lived in this immediate area, a den of cunning and vicious panthers whose ambition was to dominate and control all the game areas, water holes and salt licks within their range. They organized themselves and set about to accomplish this purpose and were not long in achieving it.
The era and reign of this remarkable pantherdom has long since receded . . . however, the spirit and purpose of this remarkable panther pack still survives in the life and purpose of some of the students at AHS. The Golden Panther Awards recognize these qualities as exemplified by that golden panther of long ago.
(L to R) Heather McCluskey, Vic Ross, Mark Brasfield, Cledus Bynum, John Burrow, Alida Moore, Carolyn Cole; their parents are standing behind them.Mark Brasfield (Not Pictured) John Burrow
Cledus Bynum (Not Pictured) Carolyn Cole Vickie Harlow
Heather McCluskeyJoni Wilson
Not Pictured: Teresa Wright
isCLASS FA VORITES
SANDRA PALMER JOANN DANKINS
I r '
S "BIG" WILLIAM PRUITT BRIDGET PERKINS
Not Pictured MARK BRASFIELD TODD STANFORD NANCY DICKERSON JEFF CHISM
JOHN DALE RENFRO
TERESA DAVISHOMECOMING — OUR WA Y
1. The court and newly-announced queen in assembly.
2. The same court on the field.
3. Freshman maid and escort-Tammy Williams: John D. Renfro.
4. Sophomore maid Janet Shepherd and escort, Barry Calhoun.HOMECOMING ROYALTY
For once it did not "rain on our parade" so the crepe paper did not sag or run. All floats looked great. And, of course, the maids looked beautiful and the escorts handsome.
1. Senior maid, Barbara Dobbs; escort Keith Cook.
2. Senior maid, Lona Lewellen; escort, Brian McCullen.
3. Senior maid, Nancy McIntosh; escort, Tony Lloyd.
4. Junior maid, Suzanne Ross; escort. Chuck Tubb.
5. Queen, Teresa Wright; escort. Dale Fullerton.
6. Senior maid, Teresa Palmer; escort(not pictured), Mike
1. Amy directs practice.
2. Our late, late bunnies, Amy and Heather.
3. Bill interviews Teresa after the program.
4. Our wishing well queen, Joanie.
5. Wendy (Renea) listens to Peter Pan's tales.
6. Cinderella, Jolayne Wilkerson, has her shoe fitted by Prince Charming.THAT NIGHT has finally arrived I 1. Top Ten take a bow.
2. Bob Baines, entertainer, sings "He Ain't Heavy."
3. ALL of us on stage at once.
4. TOP FIVE -- + 2 --Renea, Teresa, Mitzi, Tammy, Brenda, Sharon, Beth.
5. Mitzi, Beth do the can-can-privatley, of course.1978 BEAUTY REVUE uCOLOR MY WORLD”
1. SENIORS- L to R- PAM MOON, TERRESA WRIGHT, JONI WILSON, TERESA PALMER, CAROLYN COLE, BARBARA DOBBS, (not pictured): MITZI BAKER.)
2. JUNIORS- BETH FRACIS, SUZANNE ROSS, RENE A JOHNSON, CINDY MOON, LISA GRIFFFIN, BREN CARTER, DARCY BROWN, ALISA LLOYD.
SOPHOMORES- LISA EAST, TAMMY WILLIAMS, BRIDGET PERKINS, JANET SHEPERD, SHARON STEVENS
FRESHMEN- JEANNIE BURROW, EVA WALLS, TAMMY WALKER.WORK . . . WORK . . . WORK . . . WORK
The work begins long before the girls practice. The boxes must be inspected, repaired and placed on the stage . . . the run-way (all 200 lbs. of it) maneuvered into the auditorium . . . paint, cover, staple, glue, glitter, put up, tear down, start over.THESPIANS
THESPIAN OFFICERS: Suzanne Ross, Vic Ross, Heather McCluskey
SPONSORS: Joanne Forbus, Louis Rowles
Playcast members (standing) Joannie Wilson, Donnie Baker, Julie Holman; (seated) Vic Ross, Hugh Miller.
Play cast (1 to r) Todd Suzanne, David Stokes, Keith Rye,
...in order of appearance
Abby Brewster ................. Julie Holman
The Rev. Dr. Harper .............. Danny Pugh
Teddy Brewster ................. Hugh Miller
Officer Brophy ................ Brad Bowling
Officer Klein ................. Suzanne Ross
Martha Brewster ................ Alida Moore
Elaine Harper .................. Joni Wilson
Mortimer Brewster .................. Vic Ross
Mr. Gibbs ......................... Keith Rye
Jonathan Brewster ............. Donnie Baker
Dr. Einstein ........................... Todd Stanford
Officer O'Hara .................... Keith Rye
Lieutenant Rooney ......... Virginia Langford
Mr. Witherspoon ............... David Stokes
The entire action of the play takes place in the living room of the Brewster home in Brooklyn. Time is the 1940's.
ACT I: An afternoon in September
ACT II: That same night
ACT III: Scene I--Later that night
Scene II-Early the next morning
Todd Stanford named best character actor in Northern District at District Drama Festival at Mississippi State
Julie and Alida plan their next murder VERY carefully.Senior Banquet RIVER BOAT STYLE
Melinda and the lights
The senior banquet-one of the highlights of the year. Steaks, potatoes, strawberry shortcake- this year served on a Mississippi riverboat. Darcy drew the riverboat and many hands painted it.
Our guestsTOPS IN MUSIC . . . BAND A WARDS
1. Randy Wright and Robbie Miller, winners of the Louie Armstrong Jazz Band Award, Band A.
2. Mark Tubb, Amy McCullen and Mr. Taylor. Amy and Mark won the John Phillip Sousa Band Award.
3. Don Gosa, Most Improved Junior; "Big" William Pruitt, Most Improved Sophomore Award; Butch Sanders, tied with Don for Most Improved Junior; Nat Miller, Most Improved Senior.
4. Most Outstanding: Andy Sanders, sophomore; Ken Reich, junior; David Stokes, freshman.
5. Crafton Laney, winner of the most coveted award, the P-R-I-D-E AWARD.
NOT PICTURED: Vince Patterson, Louie Armstrong Jazz Award, stage band B; Kirk Hill, Most Improved freshman.A THLETIC A WARDS
Football awards: Lee Rushing, Steve Young, David Randle, John Burrow; (kneeling) Perry Vance, Robert Thornton.
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BOYS' BASKETBALL AWARDS: Rodney Evans, Anthony Hogan, Craig Brasfield, John Burrow, David Randle.
6. Tennis: Susie Bunch, Brian McCullen, Teresa Pierce.
Girls' basketball: (this one was pretty enough to develop) Teresa Pierce, Sandra Palmer, Teresa Palmer, Cheryl Dankins, Cathy Chism.
Burrow.MARK BRASFIELD- T.N. TOUCHSTONE AMY McCULLEN- T.N. TOUCHSTONE
CAROLYN COLE- ALTON B. ARNETT JOHN BURROW- ALTON B. ARNETT
CLEDUS BYNUM- AMERICAN LEGION POST 39 BELINDA CARTER- AMERICAN POST 39 CITIZENSHIP CITIZENSHIP, MOST IMPROVEDAmy McCullen- DAR Citizen Award
Pam Randle- Pilot Club
Mark Tubb- Beta Sigma Phi Crafton Laney- Wayne Outlaw, Vivian Greene
Music AwardsVic Ross - Glenn Manufacturing, Math Awards Lona Lewellan - Lion's Club Award
Not pictured: John Scott - Leigh McCowan David Millender - DAR History Award Award
Barbara Dobbs - West Amory Civic Improvement Emily Gilleylen - Library Award, W.C. Pope 31
AwardMARTHA DAVIS - SUNRISE CLUB AWARD.
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GRETA POLK - MASONIC -EASTERN STAR INCENTIVE AWARD.
JIMMY MORGAN - AMORY TODD STANFORD - TYPING. GARMENT.
DENNIS HERNDON - DEKALB AGRICULTURE.
VIC ROSS - STAR STUDENT AND TEACHER MARK TUBB AND TERESA PALMER -MARIO ORTIZ ACCOUNTING
32SMALL SERVICE IS TRUE SERVICE WHILE IT LASTS.
OF HUMBLEST FRIENDS, BRIGHT CREATURE! SCORN NOT ONE:
THE DAISY, BY THE SHADOW THAT IT CASTS,
PROTECTS THE LINGERING DEWDROP FROM THE SUN.
TO A CHILD WRITTEN IN ' k.HER ALBUM1. OFFICERS: Mark Brasfield, Suzanne Ross, Darcy Brown
2. Crazy Clothes Day-People really made AHS look like a "crazy house."
3. Mark participates.
4. Your Student Council in action!
The 18-member Student Council, under the direction of Mr.
Wilson, was extremely busy this year.
Among other things, they helped promote the Blood Drive and '50's day, sponsored TWIRP Week,
Hat Day, Cleanup and Beautify Day, and Dorr Decoration Contest at Christmas.
During homecoming, the Council sponsored a bonfire, Poster Day, Crazy Clothes Day, and Spirit Day.PANORAMA — “KEEPER OF THE REFLECTIONS"
job. This involves walking, walking and smiling, smiling . . . and often going back several times before the client is satisfied or in a buying mood. And, in a few cases, having the merchant be rude and still smile sweetly and say "Thank you." ON the whole, though, our merchants are very gracious and fun to sell to. Several of our businesses have automatically taken ads for twenty or more years. These we saluted a few years ago in a special section in our ads. Additional pictures of the staff are on page 148.
35The Y-Teens with twenty eight members had a good year. They provided a box for a family at Christmas, went Christmas caroling, visited their adopted grandparents at the Amory Manor, and had an end-of-the -year-party. Eight girls and their sponsor, Mrs. Nancy Garett, attended the state convention at Belhaven College in Jackson. Eva Walls was elected president of this district.
Cafeteria gossip time, huh, girls? Or are you studying for that big quiz in government or civics scheduled for first period?
Guess who got caught doing the NO-NO? Don't slip, Miss No Name. That floor is H-A-R-D-D!DO, RA, MI, FA CHORUS
The Chorus gave a Christmas dinner concert, gave a program at the Middle School and an assembly program at the high school and a spring concert. They also participated in the District Choral Festival and had several members selected to attend the State Festival in Vicksburg. Pictured here are the members divided by grades.F.F.A. Sponsor: H.M. Riley No. in club: 150 Conventions, contests attended: Tombigbee Federation- Saltillo Tombigbee Federation-Smithville, District-Pontotoc
Honors won: 1st in Parliamentary Procedures
(Federation), 2nd in Opening and Closing (Federation), 4th in Welding (Federation), 5th in Tractor Driving (Federation), in Parliamentary Procedures (District)
Debate Team Louis Rowles and Joanne Forbus-Sponsors, No. in club-5 Conventions, contests attended- Invitational Debate Tournament at MSU. District Debate Meet-Tupelo
Honors won: Won right to debate at State Debate Tournament for 1978, Vic Ross named "Superior Debator."
40FHA — HERO
1. Connie French
2. Belinda Carter
3. Lynn Herron
4. Paula Johnson
5. Emily Gilleylen
6. Vela Pargo
7. Doris Whitfield
8. Greta Polk
HERO STATE WINNERS Left to Right: JoAnn Dankins, Mary Helen Crump, and Pearlene Dobbs
HERO CLUB on PARADE Sponsored a Christmas Party for underprivileged children; promoted National Vocational Education Week by sponsoring coffee hour, newspaper and radio coverage; part of the program at the Rotary Club. Honors won placed first in the prepared Speech Event and Dressmaking II Event at the Little Ten Competitive Recognition Events Day for the Occupational Home Economics Students.1. Officers: (1 to r) Rosita Brownlee, Bridget Perkins, Eva Walls, Emily Gilleylen, Doris Brown.
2. Going to convention!
3. Eva, Pansy, fix the punch-and DON'T drink it all.
4. Seniors are honored at the annual tea.
5. Mrs. Smith and Brenda at the tea.
6. Pansy pours while Kathy eats, and the others watch.
7. All of us get to eat-Jackie, Lola, Anita.
8. O-h-h-h, but this tastes good after a long, hot day in the classroom.
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1 Z F.B.L.A. — AGAIN MOST OUTSTANDING
IN THE STATE . . .
1. Officer installation.
2. Officers-seated: Alida Moore, Mark Brasfield, Joni Wilson; standing: Suzanne Ross, Christina Cruber, Ken Reich, Heather McCluskey, Darcy Brown.
3. Alida presented Mark his award for outstanding club member.
4. FBLA party Name of the club-FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)
Name of sponsor-Mrs. Dee Allison and Mrs.
Kay Moffett Number in club-169 Projects for year -Thanksgiving box to needy family; assisted retail merchants in Amory with Trade Dollar Days at Christmas; sponsored in place of a Mother's March of FBLA'ers March and raised $1,600; Christmas party for 3 little needy children from Amory and purchased a toy, candy and item of clothing for each.
attended-District FBLA Conference at Senatobia in February; attended State Leadership Conference at Ole Miss in April; Heather McCluskey as Miss. Who's Who representative and Melissa Jones as business communications contest representative. Along with sponsors will attend National FBLA Leadership Conference in San Francisco, California, in July. Honors Won--WON OUTSTANDING CHAPTER IN THE STATE IN APRIL FOR FIVE OUT OF SIX YEARSWINNERS ALL COMPETITION IS THE SPICE OF LIFE.
ON April 13 and 14, 1978, the state FBLA Leadership Conference was held at Ole Miss. Those from our school who attended and participated in events and placed were as follows:
Business Communications--lst place--Melissa Jones, Teresa Wright. Parliamentary Procedures—1st place--Mark Bras field, Amy McCullen, Julie Holman, Heather McCluskey, Suzanne Ross.
Best Scrapbook--1st place--Ken Reich and Darcy Brown.
♦Best Annual Activities Report—2nd place
♦Most Original Project--4th lplace Clerk Typist--2nd place--Todd Stanford
Office Procedures--4th place--Kathleen
Job Interview--3rd place--Joni Wilson
♦Public Speaking--3rd place--Betty Crump
Talent--(Band)--lst place--Randy Wright, Brent Rainey, Tim Adams, Ken Reich, Melissa Jones, Mark Tubb, Mike PePPearson, David Boozer, Robbie Miller, Tim Rutledge, David Childers, Keith Rye, Danny Pugh, Don Gosa, Mark Harrison. ♦Business Advocacy--lst
Businessperson of the Year— 2nd place--Paul Hawkins. Mississippi's Who's Who National Representative--Heather McCluskey Outstanding Chapter--1st place (five out of six years) Who's Who--Julie Holman, Heather McCluskey,
Gold Seal Chapter Award--Amory
Largest Chapter Membership--2nd place AmoryD.E.C.A
The Distributive Education Club of America, Amory chapter, had 55 members for the year '77-'78. Their projects consisted of raising $562.96 for the Heart Fund, adopting a grandparent program at the Amory Manor, two fashion shows; for entertainment, they had a skating party at Christmas, a cookout in May. The Club attended the District II meet at IJC and the State at Jackson, where the chapter was named third overall winner for the Chapter of the Year Award. Winners at district and state levels were Fred Bunch, Pam Randle, Christina Cruber, Joni Wilson, Bill Lyle, Terry Edwards, Dale Fullerton, Lynn Jones.
Officers: Pam Randle, Jill Elliott, Christina Cruber, Anne Moore, Dale Fullerton.
Cindy Moon, sweetheart.
Scrapbook workers: Tammy Booth, Dale Fullerton, and Pam Randle, who was the most valuable member.MOHS NOIHSVJ VDHOOLE! SPANSIH CLUB
The Spanish Club won first place in the skit contest, and two students (1.) placed in the top twenty percent of those tested.
1. Vic and Lori.
3. The homecoming parade entry.
4. Officers Vic Ross, Teresa Pierce and Sandra Palmer.
5. A-l-1-1 of us went to the Fair.Panther Band
The band is full of memories-long hours of practice, pep rallies, the trips (loading and unloading.) the many performances, and the awards.
1ST PLACE Tupelo Fair Parade Okolona Christmas Parade
2ND PLACE Tupelo Christmas Parade
SUPERIOR Tupelo Marching Feast Band
Auxiliary Units Drum Line
Drum Major-Mark Tubb
MISSISSIPPI STATE BAND FESTIVAL Concert Sight Reading Marching
Drum Major-Mark Tubb
M S U BAND FESTIVAL Concert
Student Conductor-Crafton Lansey "A" Stage Band
MSU Band Festival Sight Reading MSU Stage Band Festival "B" Stage Band
48FRENCH CLUB — A WINNING YEAR
1. Officers: Heather McClusky, Eunice Smith, Van East, Karen Salter, and Darcy Brown 2. B.J. Cole and Bo Sizemore placed in top 15% in state on National French test 3. French Club 4. Contestants in Foreign Language Fair.
5. Priscilla Pruitt was elected as state president of French Club. 6. Christmas PartyV.I.C.A
Kraig Rye, Roy Thornton, Rex Thompson, David Randle, John Inmon
SPONSOR: DONALD FLY NUMBER IN CLUB: 32
PROJECTS: VOCATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK
CONVENTIONS: CONTESTS: DISTRICT I COMPETITION, NORHTEST JR. COLLEGE BOONEVILLE, MISS.; STATE COMPETITION, HINDS JR. COLLEGE, RAYMOND, MISS.
HONORS WON: DISTRICT-lst PLACE, CLUB BUSINESS PROCEDURE; 3rd PLACE, ELECTRICAL TRADES. STATE-1st PLACE, ELECTRICAL TRADES; 2nd PLACE, CLUB BUSINESS PROCEDURE; 1st PLACE WINNER, (JOHN SCOTT) ELECTRICAL TRADES. HE WILL GO TO NATIONAL COMPETITION IN BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA, THE WEEK OF JUNE 26-30.
TOPS IN STATE-First place in the VICA electrical trades state competition went to Amory High School student, John Scott. The Amory High School student, who topped contestants from all over the state, will compete for national VICA honors June 26-30 in Birmingham. His advisor is Donald Fly.
51THE LIFE OF A CHEERLEADER . . .
Beth supervises the building of a perfect Cheerleaders participate in the first parade
The life of a cheerleader starts with the election in May. Cheerleader camp comes in July or August.
Then comes practice until routines are perfect. Sign making and painting takes many long hours. Basketball practice doesn't slow them down at all. This group--l977-'78--did an outstandingly good job all year long. They cheered during the games and even after the games.
Cheerleaders are fired
up before the game.Home
1. Look at 'em go!
2. Johnny Burrow warms up before a game.
3. What would we do without our managers? -•
4. Coach Stevens and Coach Lyons give some pointers to "Wolf" and Kenny.“HEROISM IS ENDURANCE FOR
ONE MOMENT MORE. ”
Cledus Bynum 21
Mark Dyson 39
Robert Thornton 40
Mike Steele 38
Kenny Ramage 48
Kraig Rye 59
Glenn Tyra 61
ss“MORE BRAWN THAN ”
Tommy Poe 64
Anthony Riggins 76
David Carter 36
Ronnie Welch 22
Paul Clements 55
Steve Young 62
Lee Rushing 74
Olandress Bailey 35
Lawerence Buchanan 66VARSITY LETTER MEN
David Lewis 88
Randy Leech 89
Ramie Ford 3
Duane Gilleylen 65
Donnie Bowen 71
Michael Blair 77
Phil Burks 79
Craig Brasfield 80
Mitch Witcher 72HE GOT THE BETTER OF HIMSELF, AND THAT'S THE BEST KIND OF VICTOR Y ONE CAN WISH FOR. ”
Don't let 'em catch you.
Barry Mathis 54
Dometric Spratt 75
"I don't like it one BIT!"
What a lovely couple.
Tell 'em about it, David.PANTHERS HA VE WINNING SEASON
Tommy Watson 10 Frankie Allison 11 Buzz Hurt 24 Dennis Johnson 25
Mike King 29 James Vance 32 Jimmy Smith 34 Perry Vance
David Robinson 42 Keith Kennedy 44 Terry Herring 45 Chad Logan 50
Bobby Hogan 52 Art Buchanan 56 Ray Burks 58 David Boozer 63
59“ AM AS STRONG AS A BULL MOOSE
Sam Walls 69 Anthony Waldon 73 Terry Tucker 82 Ray Boman 86
John Renfro 18 Nelson Riddle 21 Charlie Marsh 35 Lee Davis 36
Steve Hit 39 Mark Kelso 42 Barry Wright 52 Dennis Jackson 55
Steve Logan 58 Brad McCormick 59 Dennis Spratt 70 Loyd Herring 71
James Wesson 74 Jimmy Shepard 75 Jeff Hillard 79 Phillip Brewer 84
Rodney Evans Johnny Burrow Doug Cuthbert
Donny Myatt Curtis Rainey Keith Cook
MGR. Paul Clements
Get that ball, David!
. ilLisa Lantrip
Cheryl, Debbie, Nona
65PANTHER TRACK TEAM
On Your Mark — Get Set — Go!
Jeanie Burrow, Coach John Wilson
Manager, Cathy Chism
The tennis teams had a fairly successful season, playing some extra good matches. Not pictured were Mark Tibb, Melissa Jones, and Mitzi Baker.
PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE
Johnny Burrow David Randle Steve Young Craig Brasfield
David Lee Carter David (Wolfman) Lewis Tommy Thompson Tommy Watson
Frankie Allison Peter Conwill Jeff Chism Ramie Ford
Mike King Barry Mathis Steve Hitt Jeff Hood
70Coach gives Wolf a talk
Teresa, Beth, and Joni
71CELEBRITIES . .
1. Rotary boys and girls- (1 to r, back row) Mark Dyson, Brian McCullen, Cledus Bynum, Vic Ross, Mark Tubb; (front row, 1 to r) Tammy Herring, Peggy Moffett Smith, Heather McCluskey, Teresa Palmer, Amy McCullen, Carolyn Cole, Teresa Wright.
2. Anna Kuykendahl and Nelda Moreland display their plaques for the March of Dimes Marathon.
3. Priscilla Pruitt won a scholarship at the state meeting of the French students and also was elected state president.
4. Girls State delegates- (1 to r)Teresa Wright, Alida Moore, Christina Cruber, Vicki Harlow. Alida was elected president!
Alida Moore Girls State governor
Alida Moore, a senior at Amory High School, was elected governor of Girls State Monday and sworn in for the honorary statewide office Tuesday by Supreme Court Justice Neville Patterson.
Miss Moore defeated Mary Arrington of Prentiss, for the highly regarded top office at the convention. Nearly 350 delegates from across the state attended.
Gov. Cliff Finch addressed the delegates on Wednesday morning, highlighting the week of debate, legislative activity and governmental practice.
The American Legion Auxiliary sponsors the program, designed to promote participation and understanding of the governmental and political process
Alida is the daughter of Or. and Mrs. B 0. Moore of Concord Drive, Amory
The Amory Advertiser. Amory. Miss ,GALE ANDERSON
WEST BLAIRCLEDUS BYNUM
BOYD CARLISLECINDY CARROLL
DOROTHY CONOW AY
%MAE LOIS DANKINS
SAMMY GRIFFINPHYLLIS KILGORE
SYLVIA KYLECRAFTON LANEY
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DAVE MALLORYnancy McIntosh
NATACIA MILLERMELISSA PARKER
TIM PEARSONDAVID RANDLE
PAM RANDLELEE RUSHING
ANTHONY RIGGANSPAM SPANN
TERESA TAYLORGLENN TYRA
PHILLIP TUCKERCINDY WALKER
MARSHA WILLIAMS JONI WILSON
TERESA WRIGHT JERRY WORD
90Jeni Langford, Melissa Jones
Emily Gilleylen, Dale Funderburg
THE LAST OF THE SENIORS!
Teresa Pierce, Teresa Palmer
Cledus Bynum, Carolyn ColeGRADUATION . . .
THE END . . . THE BEGINNING . . .
Tammy Herring, speaker Cledus Bynum, speaker Heather McCluskey, speaker
92 Jolayne fixes Joh's hat. Go 'waV' Alisal Next year's
BLUE AND SILVER
PRESIDENT: VIC ROSS VICE-PRESIDENT: JOHN BURROW SECRETARY: CHRISTINA CRUBER TREASURER: DANNY PUGH
ANTHONY LLOYD - BRIAN McCULLEN
FAR AWAY THERE IN THE SUNSHINE ARE MY HIGHEST ASPIRATIONS. I MAY NOT REACH THEM, BUT I CAN LOOK UP AND SEE THEIR BEAUTY, BELIEVE IN THEM, AND TRY TO FOLLOW WHERE THEY LEAD.-- LOUISA MAY ALCOTT
MRS. DEE ALLISON MRS. RAITH McCULLEN MRS. JOANN FORBUS MISS JEFFIE ROBINSON MR. DANNY GOLDINS MR. JERRY LYONS
the DEATH group
9396“SITUATED IN THE MOON, KINGDOM OF DREAMS, PROVINCE OF ILLUSION, CAPITAL SOAP-BUBBLE.”
Debbie Allen Patricia Anderson Robbie Ausbon Charles Bailey Olandress Bailey
Donnie Baker Tammy Booth Donnie Bowen Ronnie Bowen Lucretia Bowman
Craig Brasfield Darcy Brown Doris Brown Rosalyn Brownlee Art Buchanan
Tom Bunch Phil Burks Beth Burton Mike Buskirk Lola Bynum
Melinda Cadden David Childers Pam Childers Beth Clark Paul Clements
Bobby Conoway Leroy Conoway Sherry Cross Doug Cuthbert Cheryl Dankins
JUNIORS OF 78“HE SAID LITTLE, BUT TO THE PURPOSE.
Lisa Davis Ruthie Mae Dobbs Durlene Garth Vince Evans Melanie Ezell
Tommy Fisher Beth Francis Ricky Funderburk Patricia Gates Don Gosa
Lisa Griffin Steve Hadaway Hal Halloway Randle Halloway Melinda Hammock
Sherry Haney Greg Harris Mark Harris Kay Haughton Ray Herndon
Terry Herring Shelia Hester Kim Huffman Renea Johnson Lynn Jones
Nona Kelso Lynn Langford Linda Lansing Lisa Lantrip Melinda Lantrip
1. Officers: (1 to r) Alisa Lloyd, Karen Salter, Melanie Ezell, Darcy Brown.
2. Student council reps: Melinda Cadden, Ruthie Dobbs.
3. David "Wolf Man" Lewis sleeps peacefully.
4. Beth Clark studies as peacefully as Wolf sleeps.
5. Paul and Chuck talk the situation over.
6. Tommy Fisher gives blood. That's better than the vampire getting it, Tommy.
7. Beth and Melanie count the magazine subscriptions.‘7 A WOKE ONE MORNING AND FOUND MYSELF
TIM ADAMS JEFF ALLEN FRANKIE ALLISON JON ALEXANDER BRUCE ANDRESS
DELLA AUSBON ANTHONY AVERY JEFF BAILY DELORES BAKER DAVID BOOCK
DAVID BOOZER RAY BOWMAN TONY BROWN RAYSHELL BUCHANAN GREG BURDINE
RAYMOND BURDINE RAY BURKS CARL CADDEN DEE CADDEN DIANA CALDWELL
JOEY CANTRELL LISSA CAPPS TAMMY CARTER JEFF CHISM LINDA CHISM
SHELIA CHISM ALISA COCKRELL STEVE COKER DOROTHY COLLINS BARBARA COWAN
iwBETTY CRUMP CAROL CRUMP DONNA CRUMP MARY HELEN CRUMP MIKE CRUMP
TERESA CRUMP GLORIA DAVIS JACKIE DAVIS LANCE DAVIS KIM DEWITT
NANCY DICKINSON LISA EAST VAN EAST RUSTY EDWARDS DON ENGLAND
PATSY ESTIS KATHY EVANS DANIEL FLIPPO MITZI FLIPPO RAMIE FORD
JOHN FRANKIE SHERRY GARNER EARLIE GARTH JACKIE GRIFFIN FRANCINE GRIFFIN
JENNY HARRISON SONJA HENTON GAYLE HITT KAREN HOLMAN BUZZ HURT
KATHY ISBELL PAULA JOHNSON PHIL JONES LISA JUSTICE TAMMY KEETON
KEITH KENNEDY ANGELA KILGORE MIKE KING ANNA
KUYKENDALL CATHY LACKEY
VICKIE LANGFORD ROSIE LATHAM TODD LAWSON BETTY LEWIS GINGER LINDSEY
CHAD LOGAN ANTOINETTE LOWE SHERRIE LOWE LEE LUCAS GREG MARTIN
TOMMY MOFFETT RHONDA MOON BRENDA MORGAN NELDA MORELAND DEBRA MORRIS
DONNIE MYATT JOHNNY NASH RICKY NELSON KIM PACE RANDY PALMER
VELA PARGO BARRY PARHAM DIANNE PARKER MELVIN PARKER VINCE PATTERSON
CINDY PEARSON MARCIA PEARSON BRIDGET PERKINS DONNA PHILLIPS EDDIE PIPKINS
SUSAN PONDER KATHY POUNDS WILLIAM PRUITT ANN RANDLE PEYTON RAWLS
PHILLIP REIMER TAMMY ROBERTS KATHY RUFF ANDY SANDERS JANET SHEPHERD
1. OFFICERS- MARK KELSO, DAVID STOKES, BO
s SIZEMORE, BECKY JACKSON.
2. STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES-CATHY COX, TERESA MARSHALL.LORI ADAMS CAROLYN ALSUP RAYMOND ANDERSON DAVID BAKER TIM BARNETTE
ANNETTE BLAIR BRAD BOWLING DAVID BRAZIL PHILIP BREWER BELINDA BROWN
DANA BROWN DANNY BROWN ROGER BROWN ROSITA BROWN VINCENT BROWNLEE
KELLY BRYAN LINDA BUCHANAN BETH BUNCH LUCY BURLEY DIANE BURNETT
J.C. BURROUGHS JESSIE BURROUGHS JEANNIE BURROW TOMMY CADDEN CRAIG CAPPS
TERRY CAPPS MIKE CARROLL ANDY CHILDERS ANNE CHILDS MELISSA CHISM
noBOBBY JOE COLE PETER CONWILL TODD COWART VICKIE COWLEY KATHY COX
RUSTY CRUMP LYNN CRUSE LEE DAVIS RAYMON DAVIS SUE DAVIS
TERESA DAVIS LINDA DIXON PRENTISS DOBBS MARK DORSEY BONNIE ESTES
JOE FEARS JERRY FISHER JIMMY FISHER PATTI FRANCES CONNIE FRENCH
DORIS GATES SHEILA GARTH SHERRIE GARRETT LAURA GILLEYLEN WILLIE GILLYLEN
JOHN GINN KATHY GREER DAVID GRIFFIN COY HADAWAY JERRY HATCHER
inLLOYD HERRING MONICA HERRON TONY HESTER KIRK HILL JEFF HILLARD
STEVE HITT TOMMY HODGES STEVE HOLEMAN JEFFREY HOOD MARTY HUFFMAN
ANTHONY HUNTER RONNIE IVY BECKY JACKSON DENNIS JACKSON BECKY JAMES
CAROLYN JERNINGAN MARSHA JONES MICHAEL JONES MICHAEL JONES TERRY JONES
TODD JUSTICE MARK KELSO KIM LANTRIP CARLA LESLIE SUZANNE LEWELLEN
BETTY LOCKHART STEVE LOGAN MARGARET LOVE LISA MANN CHARLIE MARSH
113"JOE II" RIEVES JOHN RENFRO ALLEN RICHARDSON NELSON RIDDLE STEVE RITTER
ANITA RUFF STEVE SALTER SUSAN SCHAEFFER DAVID SEAY JIMMY SHEPHERD
PANSY SHUMPERT BO SIZEMORE MIKE SMITH SUSAN SMITH TOMMY SMITH
DENNIS SPRATT GERALD STANDIFER DAVID STOKES DAVID STRAWBRIDGE BETTY SULLINS
KENT SUMMERFORD PAM TARTT LAURIE THOMPSON LAURIE THORNTON SUSAN THORNTON
JOHN TILLMAN BETHANY TUBB HILDA TURNER EARL VANCE TAMMY WALKER
114EVA WALLS HAROLD WALTON ADA WARD ANETA WAX JOHN WAX
BARRY WOODS LARRY WOODS BARRY WRIGHT SUSAN WRIGHT MARSHA WYERSJEFF SHIELDS BUDDY SMITH EUNICE SMITH JIMMY SMITH GERALDINE SPANN
DEMETRIC SPRATT JANICE SYKES SHARON STEVENS DAVID THOMPSON DAVID TYRA
TERRY TUCKER JOHNNY TURNER SAM WALLS KAY WAMBLE BYLINDA WARREN
JEFFREY WALTON JOHNNY WESTBROOK DAVID WILLIAMS MAVILON WILLIAMS TAMMY WILLIAMS
MARTI WILSON MITCH WITCHER GREG WORD
GANN’S FLOWER and GIFT SHOP I
LODEN’S BODY SHOP
Strickland Division of Rebel LumberLARSON’S
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Amory’s home owned chain
Compliments of Moon’s GroceryCUTCLIFF REXALL DRUG COMPANY
over 48 years of service
“your extra touch florist”
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131BANK OF AMOR Y
132When only the best will do
PHOTOGRAPHYNATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE
510 S. Boulevard 256-5622 Complete banking services
MAIN OFFICE: 110 N 3rd St.
For time and temperature Phone 369-6471RUSS JACKSON AMC JEEP
Royal Factory Outlet
Sanderson Redi-Mix Inc.
P.O. Box 393 Amory, Ms. 256-9301
Jim Jean’s Drive Inn
Highway 278 East Amory, Ms. 38821 256-9028
Neal’s One Stop Exxon Products
Main 2-78 Amory, Ms. 38821 256-9238
Sheed’s Union 76
Highway 278 Amory, Ms. 38821 256-9097
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Sonic of Amory
America's Favorite Drive-In
Try Out Onion Rings East Hatley Road-Amory 256-2171
' 'Those Sonic slushes are go-o-odl"
Teresa, Cathy, and Lisa are InnHng forward to shopping for their new outfits at Casualaire
The Wax Company 130 North Main St. Amory, Ms. 38821
Lann Stockton Hardware
Sun Country Tupelo Mall
109 N. Main St.
Amory, Ms. Ph. 256-7147
Congratulations Class of ’78
N. Front St.
“WFIITE’S for all your needs ”
Highway 2-78 E.
Compliments of Mr. Golding’s government classes
Class rings diplomas
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Fowlkes and Fowlkes Inc.
Your friendly Amoco Distributor
Gilmore Shoe Store
Amy and Heather say, "We need some shoes from
Front Porch Unique Gifts
201 Front St. Amory, Ms. 256-9201
Open 7 days 6 to 10
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