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Show Hide text for 1979 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 160 of the 1979 volume: “ PANORAMA — 1978-1979
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EDITORS: DAVID MILLENDER, SAMMY NERREN
ASSISTANTS: GINGER LINDSEY, BETH CLARKE, BENNY SMITH, VAN EAST. STAFF MEMBERS: CAROLYN ALSUP, HUGH MILLER, DONNIE BAKER, ALICIA MITCHELL, SUZANNE ROSS, TAMMY WILLIAMS, MELINDA CADDEN, CWENDA EZELL.DAVID CHILDERS February 10, 1961 March 16, 1979
LIZ SISSON November 8, 1963 March 16, 1979Forever and forever when I move ...
To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield."
Thank You, Coach Lyons .
... for the laughs, the understanding, the good example of sportsmanship, the unselfish dedication .... you will always be our friend.
I am a part of all that I have met; Yet all experience is an arch wherethrough Gleams that untraveled world whose marginPARTICIPATION
ROMANCE INITIATIVE DEVOTION ET CETERAPresenting ...
Mr. And Miss AHS6The Highest Honor
Alicia MitchellThis remarkabe panther ... possessed a coat of distinctive golden sheen, and his dealings with others was as distinctive as his coloring ... he was a leader. Maybe not in all, nor necessarily in any one area was he outstanding, but when the occasion arose he was available with the contribution, unique and distinctive, that met the need at hand ... The spirit and purpose of this remarkable panther pack still survives in the life and purpose of some of those who now occupy this land. The students' ... potentialities and abilities, are similar in spirit if not in fact ... the recognitions that we give to respective leaders and outstanding students of our student body ... be such to recognize these qualities of leadership as exemplified by that glorious golden panther of long ago.
10INDUCTION: Santa Comes To AHS
The National Honor Society members — Darcy Brown, Ken Reich, Missy Merideth, Alicia Mitchell, Priscilla Pruitt, Suzanne Ross, Karen Salter, Stephanie Weaver — conducted the induction service in assembly during December. Santa Claus, Darcy Brown, was a big hit as were the elves. After the induction ceremony, the parents of the "old" members gave a tea for the inductees and ththeir parents (see page 12 for pictures of the new members.) The most successful project of the NHS is the selection of the most improved students each six weeks and also the most improved homeroom. The sponsor is Mrs. Eugenia Hood.
11AHS’s Top Honor
A NATIONAL l_ HONOR SOCIETT
Van EastHonors And Awards
SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS AT AHS -Receiving scholarship Tuesday morning at the AHS awards program were these four member of the graduating class. They are, left to right, Cindy Morgan, I. R Longenecker Foundation; Missy Merideth, Glenn Mgf. Co.; Karei Salter. I. R. Lonaenecker Foundation; and Alicia Mitchell, Beta Sigm.
AWARD WINNERS AT AMORY HIGH SCHOOL-Presenfed bond and scholarships by various organizations Tuesday morning at the awai ds program at Amory High School were, left to right, Paula Johnsor Heroines of Jericho; Tommy Thompson, Wayne Outlaw memoria award; Cathy Lackey, West Amory Civic Improvement Club; Charle Sisson, Century Club's Lee McCown memorial; Duane Gilleylen, Sunris Savings Club; and Candy McIntosh, Junior Auxiliary's Philip Parhar
PRESENTED AWARDS -Th«s« students were jmong thos receiving jwerds Tuesday morning of fhe Annual awards program a Amory High School Front row. left fo right, Darcy Brown. Pepfomis award, and Karen Salter, math award. Second row, same order. Ronnn and Donnie Bowen who were co recipient ot the DeKalh agriculturi award; and back row. same order. Van East. DAR American History
The Lee McCown memorial scholarship, presented annually by the Century Club, went this year to Charles Sisson. Awarded by Glenda Reese, the scholarship is given to a senior who has shown potential in the technical field.
Alicia Mitchell was named winner of the $100 scholarship from Beta Sigma Phi. Sue Grissom, a member of the organization, presented the award.
Recognized as the Pilot Club Girl of the Year by President Beverly Outlaw was Rebecca Lockhart. The senior received a $100 scholarship.
The second annual Wayne Outlaw memorial scholarship was awarded this year by Dickie Miller to Tommy Thompson. The award is given by the Outlaw Family.
Sammy Nerren was recognized as the outstanding social studies student and presented a $100 scholarship in memory of X. L. Gray Conwill, who died while teaching at Amory High School.
The DAR American History award was presented this year to Van East III by the Cotton Gin Port Chapter. Recognized as the DAR Good Citizen was Suzanne Ross. This award is based on dependability, leadership, service, and patriotism. Suzanne also was recognized as the school’s Star Student based on her high ACT score. She in turn named math teacher, Mrs. Ruth Griffith as the Star Teacher.
Eugenia Hood awarded the math medal to Karen Salter for her accomplishment on a recent math test
given to seniors. Business awards were presented by Kay Moffett to: Lisa Lantrip, Kathleen Oglesby, Carolyn Alsup, Melissa Brown, Sharon Nash, Matissa Sizemore, Kathy Cox, Kenny Moffett, Frankie Allison, and Jeannie Burrow.
French teacher, Louis Rowles, named the outstanding French students for the year. Matissa Sizemore received the second year student award, while Lee Ann Parham and Kat Holman were recipients of the first year award. Priscilla Pruitt was especially recognized for her service as an officer in the local and state French Clubs.
Mario Ortiz, high school Spanish teacher, presented awards to Peyton Ross and Sharon Huskey, outstanding first year students; and Lori Thornton, who excelled as a second year student. Ginger Lindsey received a special award for her service as a member of the Spanish Club.
Suzanne Ross was named the outstanding member of the Future Business Leaders of America and presented a plaque by Frankie Allison. Suzanne was president of the chapter this year.
The Amory chapter of Distributive Education Clubs of America selected chapter president, Kim Huffman, as the outstanding member. Kim receive a plaque from chapter sponsor, Susan Wise.
The Peptomist award for service was presented by sponsors, Louis Rowles, Nancy Shumpert, and Joanne Forbus, to Darcy Brown.
There were two recipients this year of the Dekalb Agriculture award which is given annually by ag teacher, Herman Riley, to the outstanding agriculture student. The award this year went to twins, Ronnie and Donnie Bowen.
The chorus awards were presented by band and
E orus director Bob Taylor Susan Thornton and Butch nders
BUSINESS AWARD WINNERS NOT PICTURED Lisa Lantrip, Carolyn Alsup, Frankie Allison, Matissa Sizemore, Melissa Brown, Sharon Nash, Jeannie Burrow, Kathy Cox. BAND AWARD WINNERS NOT PICTURED Jackie Pearson, most improved freshman; Marty Nicholson, most improved sophomore; Mitch Moffett, most improved junior; Beth Clark, most improved senior; Tony Hester, most outstanding sophomore; William Pruitt, most outstanding junior; Johnny Fears, most improved freshman; Butch Sanders, Mike Pearson, David Thompson, Ken Reich, Andy Sanders, Brent Rainey, and Frankie Allison, superior in state solo and ensemble contest. 13Awards
AHS'S GOOD CITIZENS-Citizenship awards were presented these tents by various organizations Tuesday morning at the Amory High ool awards program. Front row, Lola Bynum and Charles Whitfield, ored by Post 239 of the American Legion,- second row, Suzanne Ross,
Ross, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. E. V. Ross, was named Star Student t year at Amory High School based on her high ACT test score. She v recognized Tuesday morning at the awards program at the sch
BAND AWARD WINNERS NOT PICTURED
Louis Armstrong Jazz Award Don Gosa
THE PRIDE AWARD Marsha Jones B-band trumpet award Louis Armstrong Jazz Award
SCHOLARSHIP WINNER-Renea Johnson i senior at Amory High School, has been selected for a teaching scholarship by Kappa Kapp lota. She will be attending IJC in the fall. Showr with Renea is Becky Carlisle, chairman of the
DECA, FBLA AWARDS-These two Sh s were named outstanding members of tubs Tuesday morning at the annual aw •rogram at Amory High School. Kim Hufl left), who served as DECA president, rec he DECA award; and Suzanne Ross, the F ■resident, was presented the FBLA award.
TOP BAND AWARDS -The John Philip Sousa Band Award,The AHS Panther Band
A Salute To A Superior Band
Congratulations On The All Superior Rating At The State Festival
MEMBERS OF THE 1978-79 PANTHER BAND
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Ir.nAw AUaon Tiro Barartt David Boout IWI'jdkn Deniioaa
David KralS John Wax
Virtue Aodmoo D Ua Aiabcai RrthBUDrti LuryBurtry
Kran; Mortm Mary Jo Palmar
Tub Adana Brad Bob lir liana Brown Tony Brawn
Tony Haalrr Marty Huffman
Hrvnt Rainvy Jo Kirvta Jiauny Dal South Mik Smith Kay Wambl
Stanlry Kvaoa Jor P«n
AndySandm JrtfSMrMi David Thom poor Tommy Wataon Johnny Word
Winners Of All Superior Ratings In Competition With 165 Bands From Across MississippiHolace Morris, superintendent
James Burrow, assistant superintendent
Larry Marett, principal Bill Hilliard, vocational
Nell Cox, secretary
Jean Schumpert, secretary
Jesse Wilson, secretary y ______________________________Danny Golding, social Glenn Flowers, Roland Barnes, science Dee Allison, IBT,
studies industrial electricity, FBLA
Jo Ann Forbus, English, Thespians, PEPTOMIST
Peggy Holmes, English, speech, Platform events
Eugenia Hood, guidance, math, National Honor Society, Homecoming
Margia Hodges, special ed., Y-Teens
Chester McCall, building trades
Ethel Little, home economics, FHA
Jerry Lyons, driver's James Little, auto
ed, social studies, mechanics
varsity football, track, athletic director.
Ruth Griffith, math, senior banquet, magazine sales
Paul McFarling, 13-metal
Mary McMillan, guidance, cheerleaders
Vicki Mullins, gainful home economics, Hero Club
Faith McCullen, science
Bill Miley, math, varsity basketball
Larry Newman, math, varsity football, baseball
Kaye Moffett, typing, FBLA
Wanda Nesbitt, math
Mario Ortiz, Spanish, Tommy Parrish, social Herman Riley,
English, Spanish Club studies, Hi-Y agriculture, FFA
tjffari Iji l!- l- rt i-?7! l1- l- Igji ILstTETESusan Steward, science
Bob Taylor, Band
John Wilson, social studies, Student Council
Nancy Schumpert, English, Y-Teen, PEPTOMIST
Juanita Smith, Librarian, Library Club
Faith West, English
Jeffie Robinson, English, PANORAMA, Beauty Revue
Lizette Stephens, P.E., 9th girls' basketball
Louis Rowles, French, English, French Club, PEPTOMIST, Thespians
Earl Stephens, P.E., varsity football, track
John Thomas, remedial, 9th football, basketball, track
Susan Wise, vocational, DECADonnie Baker
Melinda CaddenDavid Childers
Mary Helen Crump
Jeffery Ramon Dethrow
Stanley EvansPatricia Gates
Alisa LloydMissy Merideth
Candy McIntoshBecky Pearson
Timmy RutledgeDebbie Sarter
Michelle Smith 33Doug Wax
Lisa Davis Williams
John WordcjQmo’iy cJiujfi eSclioof
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MAY 29. 1979
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Mabry Franklin Allison, Head Usher
Van Philip East, III
Philip Edward Jones
Curtis Lee Rainey, Head Usher
James Kenneth Moffett
Perry Phillip Vance
Mrs. Mabry Allison, Jr.
Mrs. Jimmy Forbus Mr. Danny Golding Mrs. Ira McCullen, Jr.
Miss Jeffie Robinson
"The world is round and what may seem the end may be only the beginning."
colors of the rainbow
multi-colored daisyGRADUATION Monday, May 28, 1979 8:00 P.M.
Processional-------------------------------------------“Pomp and Circumstance 9
Amory Panther Band, Miss Jan Crawford and Bob Taylor, Directors
Invocation-----------------------------------------------------Samuel Glen Nerren
Welcome------------------------------------------------------Darcy Lynne Brown
Senior Class President
Remarks of Inspiration-----------------------------------------------------Reverend Earl Ezell
Meadowood Baptist Church
“The World Is Round”----------------------------------------------------------Suzanne Mary Ross
“Seemingly the End”-------------------------------------------Kenneth Burdine Reich, Jr.
“Only the Beginning”------------------------------------------------------ Cheryl Willett Dankins
Presentation of Class----------------------------------------Mr. Larry Marett, Principal
Awarding of Diplomas---------------------------------Dr. Holace Morris, Superintendent
“Alma Mater”-------------------------------------------------------------------------Senior Class
t Recessional--------------------------------------------------------------“God of Our Fathers”
Amory Panther Band, Miss Jan Crawford and Bob Taylor, Directors
The audience will please stand.
tThe audience will please remain in their places during the recessional
Flowers in memory of David Wayne Childers who was a member of this graduating class.
Deborah Jo Allen Walter Lee Anderson Robert M. Ausbon Thelma C. Bailey Olandress Bailey Robert D. Baker Thomas Bekc Micheal Lee Blair Tammy Michelle Booth Donnie L. Bowen Ronnie L. Bowen Craig Burrow Brasfield ’Darcy Lynne Brown Doris Jean Brown Arvill Clyde Buchanan Thomas H. Bunch Phillip Owings Burks Michael Eugene Buskirk Lola Ann Bynum Melinda Kaye Cadden Brenda Dale Carter David Lee Carter Pamela Gale Childers Linda Marie Chism Marilyn Kay Wright Chism
Faith Elizabeth Clark Paul Douglas Clements Bobby Leon Conaway Bradford Jessee Cowart Michael J. Craig Sherrie Gale Cross Mary Helen Crump Douglas Grant Cuthbert Cheryl Willett Dankins Angclena Dethrow Jeffery Ramon Dethrow Ruthie Mae Dobbs Stanley Mereno Evans Melanie Grace Ezell Thomas Scott Fisher •Mary Elizabeth Francis Richard Duane Funderburk Durlenc Garth Patricia Ann Gates Duane Denorris Gilleylen Donald Ray Gosa Billy Griffin Lisa J ovon Griffin Stephen Doyle Hadaway Robert Gregory Harris
Mark Anthony Harrison Janet Smith Haynes Terry Lynn Herring Sheila Darlene Hester Harold Alvis Holloway. Jr. Andy Joel Hood Kim Rene Huffman Paula Shirclle Johnson Jena Rcnea Johnson Sara Lynn Jones Nona Louise Kelso Cathy Lynette Lackey Beverly Lynn Lankford Lynda Lee Lansing Mary Elesia Lantrip Melinda Ruth l.antrip Terry Lee Ledbetter David Wayne Lewis Alisa Lloyd Janice Marie Lloyd Rebecca Leigh Lockhart Mavis James Love Ida Jean McFadden Sheri Diane McNeese Candice Joy McIntosh
Sherry Haney Medley Melanie Elizabeth Merideth Charles David Millender Hugh William Miller II 'Alicia Dawn Mitchell Cynthia Renee Moon Marcus Eli Moon 'Rebecca Diane Moore Cynthia Elizabeth Morgan Melinda Hammock Murphy Lisa Marie Myatt Samuel Glen Nerren Randy Nicholson Kathleen Marie Oglesby Edward R. Pace Sarah Ellen Parker Rebecca Lynn Pearson Michael Wayne Pearson Terry Allen Pinkerton •Priscilla Jane Pruitt Danny Raines Richard Brent Rainey 'Kenneth Burdine Reich, Jr. Rodney Shay Ross 'Suzanne Mary Ross
Barbara Ann Roye Timothy Jay Rutledge •Karen Elizabeth Salter Sonya Kaye Sanders Gayle Hitt Sanders Debbie Jean Sarter Charles Augustus Sisson Benjamin Ray Smith Curtis David Spann Deborah Gayle Stacy William Todd Stanford William Herbert Thomas Lisa Jane Thomas Cecelia Doris Thompson Thomas R. Thompson Charles Winston Tubb, Jr. Thomas Jesse Watson Melvin Douglas Wax •Stephanie Dianne Weaver Ronald Lee Welch Charles David Whitfield Lisa Davis Williams John Robert Word Laurie Ann Word
Denotes National Honor SocietyTHINGSSINGLES . . .
42DEE CADDEN, VICE-PRESIDENT
BETTY CRUMP PRESIDENT
DIANA CALDWELL, SECRETARY
HOMECOMING MAID, SHARON STEVENS ESCORT, BARRY CALHOUN
Oh, how sweet it isTim Adams Jeff Allen Frankie Allison Jon Alexander Vickie Anderson
Bruce Andress Della Ausbon Jeff Bailey Delores Baker David Boock
David Boozer Ray Bowman Tony Brown Rayshel I Buchanan Ray Burks
Carl Cadden Dee Cadden Diana Caldwell Joey Cantrell Lissa Capps
Jeff Chism Shelia Chism Steve Coker Peter Conwill Barbara Cowan
Betty Lynn Crump Carol Crump Donna Crump Mike Crump Lance Davis
46Kim Dewitt Lisa East Van East Rusty Edwards Don England
Kathy Evans Daniel Flippo Ramie Ford John Franke Sherrie Garner
Earlie Garth Jackie Griffin Francine Griffin Brenda Hadaway Mitzi Hale
Mary Jo Hall Melanie Hammock Regina Harlow Melissa Harmon Jenny Harrison
Sonya Henton Ray Herndon Karen Holman Buzz Hurt Kathy Isbell
Phil Jones Lisa Justice Tammy Keeton Keith Kennedy Mike KingBetty Lewis Todd Lawson Rosie Latham Vickie Langford Ann Kuykendall
Kenny Moffet Barry Mathis Antoinette Lowe Crad Logan Ginger Lindsey
Debra Morris Nelda Moreland Rhonda Moon Tommy Moffet Mitch Moffet
Melvin Parker Barry Parham Kim Pace Ricky Nelson Donnie Myatt
Melinda Poe Eddie Pipkin Bridget Perkins Marcia Pearson Cindy Pearson
Ann Randle William Pruitt (Little) William Pruitt Kathy Pound Susan Ponder
46Curtis Rainey Peyton Rawls Andy Sanders Butch Sanders Janet Shepherd
Jeff Shields Eunice Smith Jimmy Dale Smith Dometric Spratt Janice Sykes
Sharon Stevens David Thompson Terry Tucker Jimmy Wallace Sam Walls
Kaye Wamble Jeffrey Walton David Williams Mavilon Williams Tammy Williams
Marti Wilson Mitch Witcher Greg Word Barry Calhoun Johnny NashMARK KELSO, PRESIDENT
JEFF HOOD, VICE-PRESIDENT
DAVID McCULLEN, SECRETARY
PATTI FRANCIS, HOMECOMING MAID
Our G-R-R-E-A-A-t float!
B.J. COLE, TREASURERLori Adams Maria Aguila Raymond Anderson David Baker Tim Barnett
Elaine Barnes Annette Blair Brad Bowling Phillip Brewer Belinda Brown
Beth Brown Dana Brown Roger Brown Rosita Brown Kelly Bryan
Linda Buchanan Beth Bunch Greg Burdine Lucy Burley Dian Burnett
Jeannie Burrow Tommy Cadden Mike Carroll Patty Chaney Mary Childs
B.J. Cole Dorothy Collins Vickie Cowley Kathy Cox Teresa Crump
51Rusty Crump Lynn Cruise Lee Davis Raymond Davis Teresa Davis
Linda Dixon Patti Francis Jerry Fisher Jimmy Fisher Connie French
Sherrie Garrett Laura Gilleylen Thomas Gilleylen John Ginn Pat Goode
Kathy Greer Jerry Hatcher Lloyd Herring Monica Herron Tony Hester
Kirk Hill Jeff Hilliard Tommy Hodges Bobby Hogan Steve Holeman
Coy Hollaway Jeffrey Hood Richard Hooker Marty Huffman 52 Anthony HunterBecky Jackson Dennis Jackson Angie Stanford Steve Johnson Marsha Jones
Todd Justice Mark Kelso Kim Lantrip Cindy Leech Carla Leslie
Suzanne Lewellen Betty Lockhart Steve Logan Margaret Love Lisa Mann
Darlene Marsh Charlie Marsh Teresa Marshall Brad McCormick David McCullen
Kim Miles Rusty Miller Deborah Minor Traci Mitchell Al Moore
Leslie Morris Sharon Nash Robin Nivens Tina Nix Ellen Outlaw
53Cassie Pace Mary Jo Palmer Randy Palmer Myoung Suh Park Rickey Parker
Becky Patt Kim Pate Vince Patterson Donna Phillips Sharon Pierce
Sherry Pipkin Jackie Randle Rickey Ray Tommy Ray Donna Raymond
Brenda Reives Joe II Rieves Philip Remer John Renfro Steve Ritter
Tammy Roberts Anita Ruff Steve Salter Susan Schaeffer David Seay
Eddie Shaddix Jimmy Shepherd Pansy Shumpert Bo Sizemore 54 Buddy SmithMike Smith Susan Smith Betty Sul I ins Kent Summerford Gerald Standifer
David Strawbridge Vickie Thomas Lori Thompson Lori Thornton Susan Thornton
Bethany Tubb Carol Walton Tammy Walker Eva Walls Harold Walton
Ada Ward Bylinda Warren Anita Wax John Wax Wayne Webb
Marsha Wyers Susan Wright Carolyn Alsup Jump high!
Land flat! ss
Peggy Webster Larry Westbrook Cynthia Whitfield Doris Whitfield Barry WrightPATTY BROWN, VICE-PRESIDENT
DINA FAULKNER, HOMECOMING MAID HIRON COWAN, ESCORTPatty Andrews Lisa Armstrong Richard Armstrong
Veronica Bailey Sara Ballard David Banks Larry Barnes Gary Bason
Shelby Bennett Jeanie Berry David Boyd Pat Brasfield David Brazil
Danny Brown Patti Brown Jackie Brownlee Tammy Bunch Craig Capps
Karen Chew Kathy Chism Deloris Clark Kim Cockrell Hiron Cowan
Laura Cowart Todd Cowart Charles Crump Ronnie Crump Priscilla Curry
57Albert Dankins Brenda Davis Don Davis Sue Davis Julia Dobbs
Vernadean Dobbs Chris Dorsett Mark Dorsey Frank Durrett Mary Edwards
Lauren English Jackie Evans Leah Evans Crystal Ezell Gwenda Ezell
Dina Faulkner Johnny Fears Marilyn Fears Cindy Fielder Beth Fikes
Keith Flurry Debbie Galloway Johnny Garner Laura Garner Tony Ghoston
Jackie Gilleylen Charlotte Greenhill Audra Griffin Deanne Grimes Teddy Hadaway
58Virginia Hadaway Donna Hammock Norris Hampton Alan Haney Leigh Ann Harlow
Randy Harmon David Harris Elaine Harris Keith Harris Lisa Harrison
Jay Hatcher Steve Hatcher Mike Herring Robin Hester Loretta Holloway
Kat Holman Bradley Hood Renea Hoots Keith Howard Dwayne Howell
Allen Hughes Sheila Hunter Sharah Huskey Cynthia Jones Joe Jones
Mary Jones Michael Jones Pam Johnson Dawn Kidd Henry Kyle 59Jimmy Kyle Leonard Kyle Anthony Lackey Robert Langford Mike Leech
Teresa Lloyd Cynthia Marshall Tim Marrison Pam Martin Pepper Massengill
Susan Mason Suzanne Maxcy Kelvin McIntosh Richard McFadden Shirley McFadden
Tim McGalliard Ronnie Means Brian Miles Sammy Miller Chris Minich
Jeff Moon Rebecca Moon Renee Moore Faye Morgan Trellis Morgan
Gwen Morris Doug Morris Sammy Nelson Marty Nicholson Karen Oliver 60Lee Ann Parham Connie Parker Donnie Parker Michelle Parker Judith Pate
Lisa Patterson Jackie Pierce Wendy Pierce Susan Poe Bob Pope
Henry Pruitt Larry Pruitt Ruby Pursley Michelle Rainey Beth Ramage
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Hurlend Randle Phil Reese Robbie Reeves Jimmy Allen Rieves Keith Rieves
PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE
Brian Rollens Peyton Ross Jason Sanders Jill Sanders Anthony Sarrocco
Jeff Sheperd Larry Shields Laura Shields Melanie Shields Patrick Shook
61Jacquelyn Sims Liz Sisson Dexter Small Micheal Small Timmy Smith
Brad Stanford Joan Stivala Janet Stivala Ira Lee Strong Donna Sullivan
Bill Tate Derrick Thomas Melissa Thompson Cheryl Tidwell Elly Mae Vance
Patrina Walton Bill Wamble Tim Watson Gregg Wax Doug Webb
Ava Whitfield Tanya Wi lemon Larry Wilkerson Reid Wilkerson Ken Smith
Kim William Mark Williams Shirley Williams Vernon Willingham
INITIATIVE DEVOTION ET CETERATammy Crowns Renea . . Amory High’s Most Beautiful . . . 1979
TAMMY CROWNS RENEA MOST BEAUTIFUL OF 1979.
Several weeks of practice culminate in this ceremony for one of the twenty some odd candidates. Acsecret committee of male students and faculty members meet earlier to select the school's prettiest girls. After the selections are announced, the real work begins. "Hold your shoulders up," "Slow down," "Go back and come out again"— these are all heard over and over. Too, there are many jobs such as painting, drawing, nailing, sawing to be done to finish the set in time. Renea has been in the beauty revue for all four years of high school and placed in top ten all four years and in top five three. Oddly enough, she has had a number to correspond to the number of the beauty revues held at AHS: 14, 15, 16, 17.Top Five plus most congenial: left to right: first row: Cindy Moon, Renea Johnson, Jill Sanders; second row, Suzanne Ross, Tammy Williams (Most Beautiful, 1978) Beth Francis, Sharon Stevens.
Craig Brasfield and Tommy Fisher seem to be asking Cindy (picture 5) "What's going on?
Yes, Cindy, just who is that holding your nosegay?
Steve Stockton graciously introduced Tammy Williams, Most Beautiful of 1978.
Laurie Randle sang most beautifully.BEAUTY GALORE! LEFT TO RIGHT: Darcy Brown, Jill Sanders, Vicki Cowley, Cheryl Dankins, Donna Crump, Karen Salter, Janet Shepherd, Lee Ann Parham, Bridget Perkins Lisa East, Renea Johnson, Beth Francis, Lisa Thomas.
I to r: Brenda Carter, Cindy Moon, Missy Merideth, Lisa Griffin, Jill Faulkner, Eva Walls Tammy Walker, Gwen Morris, Vicki Anderson, Suzanne Ross, Gayle Hitt Sanders, Sharon Stevens, and Bethaney Tubb.HOMECOMING ’78Homecoming ’78“The Wiz”
Homecoming programs are always fun to do and fun to watch. This year's program was a parody of "The Wizard of Oz" written by the honors English class. In 1, Panthers Sammy Nerren, who needs brains, and David Mi I lender, who needs a heart; The Wiz, Doug Cuthbert; and Dorothy, Bridget Perkins; Van East, the cowardly Panther; sing the magic song which will deliver them all to the ball field just in time for the big game.
2. The Wiz and the Wicked ole Witch, Missy Missy Merideth.
3. Dorothy and Toto before the storm blows them away.
4. The entire cast and crew.PARTICIPATION
Seated, left to right: Frankie Allison, vice-president; Van East, reporter; Suzanne Ross, president; Debbie Allen, treasurer; Nelda Moreland, secretary. Standing, I to r: Mrs. Dee Allison, sponsor; Alisa Lloyd, representative; Darcy Brown, historian; Ken Reich, historian; Lola Bynum, representative; Marti Wilson, historian; Mrs. Kay Moffett, advisor
STUDENTS RECOGNIZE ADVERTISER EDITOR-Amory FBLA's nomme« lor Businessperson ol the Year, William T. Miles, editor and publisher ol the Advertiser, was named state winner in competition last weekend. Mr. Miles Is shown receiving his plaque Irom, lett to right, Kathleen Oglesby, co-op student at the Advertiser under the FBLA program; Marti Wilson, historian ol the local chapter; and Nelda Moreland. FBLA secretary. Photo by Bonnie Parham
RATE HIGH IN FBLA STAIfc LUM PETITION Winning honors at the FBLA state leadership conterence last Thursday and Friday at Ole Miss were these members ol the Amory High School chapter. Lett to right. Van East III. «vho was elected state FBLA treasurer.- Anna
Kuykendall, whose 10b description manual placed third; Darcy Brown, historian. Donny Baker and Hugh Miller, with the club's second place winning scrapbook
Photo by Bonnie Parham
72Amory FBLA named outstanding in state
BY BONNIE PARHAM
Amory High School’s chapter of Future Business Leaders of America continued tbeir winning ways last Thursday and Friday by capturing the Sweepstakes Award at the Mississippi FBLA Leadership Conference at the University of Mississippi. The chapter has won the outstanding chapter award for the past six out of seven years, losing out by a slight margin one year to McComb.
The local chapter’s nominee for Businessperson of the Year, William T. Miles, editor and publisher of the Amory Advertiser, was named winner of this competition. Mr. Miles will be recognized at the National FBLA Leadership Conference in New Orleans.
Mrs. Allison said criteria used for selection of Businessperson of the year included promotion of FBLA through donations and sponsorship of activities through
the Vocational Office Training program; community service through civic and social organizations, personal achievements in buauMNk.aiMhaBdustry; and extent of interest in FBLA through continued publicity of the chapter’s activities and accomplishments in the newspaper.
“Mr. Miles has meant a great deal to our school, our FBLA, and our community,” Mrs. Allison said in announcing the award locally. "Since coming to Amory several
years ago, he has cooperated fully and supported us completely in our projects and activities. Without cooperative business people like him we certainly could not maintain the wonderful record at achievement that we have and probably we could no longer exist. This is our way of saying ‘thanks’.”
Amory had three people chosen for Who’s Who in FBLA, Kathleen Oglesby, Darcy Brown, and Suzanne Ross. Another member of the
This very active and outstanding chapter, which is under the direction of sponsors, Mrs. Dee Allison and Mrs. Kay Moffett, also received the Gold Seal Chapter Award for their accomplishments. Amory was one out of only 10 schools in the state to receive this award.
As usual the Amory chapter excelled in several phases of the state competition. The parliamentary procedures team, composed of Sammy Nerren, David Millender, Alicia Mitchell, Suzanne Ross, and Dee Cadden, was judged first place and will represent the State of Mississippi at the National FBLA Leadership Conference in New Orleans this
local chapter, Van East III, was elected state FBLA treasurer.
The Amory chapter also won in the following categories: Second place in largest chapter membership; second place business math, Carolyn Alsup; second in public speaking, Betty Crump; second place scrapbook, Darcy Brown, historian; second place annual activities report; third place, job description manual, Anna Kuykendall; third place economics, Melanie Ezell; fourth place in accounting I, Lisa Lantrip, and fifth place Miss FBLA, Darcy Brown.
TATE FBLA WINNERS-These members of the Amory Hiflh Chapter ol Future Business Leaders ol America rated high in competition at the Mississippi State FBLA Leadership Conference at Ole Miss. Left to right, Carolyn Alsup, second place in business math. Melange Eiell, third in economics; Betty Crump, second, public speaking, and Lisa Lantrip, fourth, accounting I.
Photo by Bonnie ParhamSTAFF
Art Lay-out Deslga Graphics: Darcy Brown
Co-editors Alisa Lloyd. Melanie Ezell
Proofreading: Alicia Mitchell
Typing Todd Stanford
News Editor Matissa Sizemore
Feature Editors: Brad Bowling Rusty Crump
Reviews and Special Columns Beth Francis
Sports Editor Donnie Baker Photography Editor Al Moore Peptomist extends thanks to all the members of FBLA who have helped in the production of the Peptomiat by patiently typing so many of our articles
Melanie Ezell, Alisha Lloyd, editors, PEPTOMIST
Peptomist . . . Panorama . . .
Sam Nerren, David Mi I lender, editors PANORAMA
Beth Clarke, faithful worker on the PANORAMA
Darcy Brown; president Thespians; art, graphics, design, PEPTOMIST; PANORAMA
Priscilla Pruitt, secretary of the Thespians
IS iller' Gin9er Lindsey, David M11 lender, more PANORAMA
Sponsors of the Peptomist and the Thespians are Mr. Rowles, Mrs. Forbus and Mrs. Schumpert. The Thespians presented "Red Carnations" in assembly before going to the State Drama Festival, where they received a good rating.
Other workers on the PANORAMA this year were Benny Smith, Carolyn Alsup, Gwenda Ezell, Alicia Mitchell, Tammy Williams, Melinda Cadden, Darcy Brown, Van East.DECA
Kim Huffman, president
OECA WINNERS- Amory High School hod two winnor in fh Halt compel.I,on last week at Biloxi. Lite Thomat (lelt) wai second merchandising, manager owner level, while
Local student to attend national DECA meeting
An Amory High School »emor. Lisa Thomas, will leave Monday. May 7. for Houston. Texas to attend the 33rd annual National DECA Career Development Conference of the Distributive Education Club® of America Lisa is among 110 Mississippi students selected to participate in the Confer ence. which is designed to help develop future leaders for marketing and distribution It will be held at the AstroHall Complex in Houston. Texas. May 8-13. and is expected to have over 7.000 DECA members. Slate Advisors. and local Advisors in attendance representing all
fifty states plus the District of Columbia. Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and Guam
DECA is the only national student organization operating through the nation's schools to attract young people to careers in marketing. merchandising, and management its purposes are 1 to develop a respect for education which will contribute to occupational competence, and (2) to promote understanding and appreciation for the responsibilities of citizenship in our free, competitive enterprise system The purpose of the National DECA Career Deve-
lopment as they prepare to be marketing and distribution leaders of tomorrow There are almost 200 exciting activities throughout the Conference, all planned and designed for this development Many of these sessions are prepared and conducted by the National Officers of DECA. who arc assisted by other outstanding student leaders from DECA's State Associations
The daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank H Thomas. 101S Maple Street. Amory. Lisa is currently serving the Amory DECA Chapter as treasurer She is employed by Cutcliff Drugs as part of her
Distributive Education course
A special feature of the Conference will be the prtsenution of scholarships to a number of outstanding Distributive Education students for advanced study in marketing, management or Distributive Education
Nationally known leaders from the fieids of marketing, education, and govemmnet will speak at the Conference, serve as competitive event judges and consultants
Lisa will be accompanied to the National DECA Conference by her advisor. Mrs Susan Wise
75The FFA under the direction of Mr. H.M. Riley has 143 members. This year at district contest the following record was made: welding team (Barry Wright, Perry Vance, David Lewis), first place in Federation, third in district; creed speaking (Darrell Riggins) third place; opening and closing, (Frankie Allison, Kenny Moffett, Kirk Hill, Mike Carroll, John Ginn), fourth place.
Frankie Allison president
Kenny Moffett Kirk Hill
Mike Carroll treasurer
John Ginn reporter
Patti Francis SWEETHEART
Tony Hester sentinel Jeff Allen student adviser
MOTTO LEARNING TO DO DOING TO LEARN EARNING TO LIVE LIVING TO SERVE
76Amory FHA was very successful at its district meeting this spring. Two district officers were elected: Verna Dobbs, secretary; and Eunice Smith, song leader.
Shown below are first row, I to r, Vela Pargo, Edith Atkins, Geraldine Spann, Doris Whitfield, Mrs. Little. Second row, I to r, Janice Lloyd, Mary McIntosh, Candy McIntosh, Sonya Henton, Connie French, Paula Johnson, Teresa Marshall.
CONNIE FRENCH, PRESIDENT PAULA JOHNSON, VICE-PRESIDENT JANICE LLOYD, SECRETARY
Antoinetta LoweLIBRARY CLUB
Bridget Perkins, vice-president
Anita Wax, secretary
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Lola Bynum, president
Lori Gilleylen, treasurer
Mitzi Hale, reporter
Gwen Morris, reporter
The Amory High School Library Club participates actively in educational, religious, cultural and social activities. A special project of the club is a "Christmas cheer Effort" which is the sending of a package to the Mississippi State Hospital at Whitfield. Also each year the club sponsors a tea in honor of the senior members and retiring teachers.
Rhonda Moon, secretary Matissa Sizemore, vice- Priscilla Pruitt, president
Darcy Brown, senior reporter
Greg Wax, freshman reporter
Anita Wax, sophomore reporter
Betty Crump, junior reporterF
Miss Schumpert, Mrs. Holmes and Mrs.
Forbus enjoy the sidewalk cafe the French Club organized.
The servers had as much fun as the eaters.
The French Club achieved the following during the year 1978- 79. Hiron Cowan was elected the state vice-president of the French Club; the constitution written by Priscilla Pruitt was adopted by the Mississippi Modern Language Association for use in all state language clubs; the contestants in the State Foreign Language Fair won five first places, 5 second places, four third places. Our club also won the trophy for correctly answering the most questions at the question board at the Foreign Language Fair. (The French Club is sponsored by Mr. Louis Rowles.)
Even the scenery looked French.
The Spanish king and queen pose with the decoration in Mr. ORITZ'S room celebrating homecoming.SPANISH CLUB
The Spanish Club entry in the homecoming parade.
The highlight of the year was attending the Foreign Language Fair in Jackson in May. We came home with four first places — Ginger Lindsey, Melanie Hammack, skit, and Kim Dewitt; five seconds — Phil Reese, Beth Brown, Peyton Ross, Lori Thornton, Donna Raymond; two thirds — Becky Jackson, Sharon Huskey. Amory High students also placed first in the Question Board of all levels of language. Then on May 14, the first ten members of the chapter of the Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica were inducted during a banquet held at a local restaurant. To qualify for membership in this society, one must maintain an "A" average. The inductees were Donna Raymond, Beth Brown, Belinda Brown, Becky Jacson, Melaanie Hammack, Beth Lindsey, Kimm Dewitt, Susan Ponder, Melissa Harmon, Lori Thornton, Maria Aguila, and Rosa Estrada.Y-TEENS
All the gang.
The Y-Teens, under the sponsorship of Mrs. Margia Hodges, attended the district meeting in Starkville on December 2, 1978, made a Thanksgiving basket for a needy family in November, and then in Feburary made valentines for the people at the Amory Manor. They also enjoyed a Mother-Daughter Tea February 14, 1979.A
Phil Burks, reporter
Not Pictured Benny Smith, Treasurer Tommy Moffett, Parliamentarian Keith Kennedy, Reporter
Randy Nicholson, president
STATE VICA WINNER-Terry Herring, a second year metal trades student at Amory High School, was third place state winner in the competition of vocational Industrial Clubs of A nerica (VICA) held recently in Jackson. Terry c- npeted in machine shop. His advisor is Glenn F jwers.
At the district competition held at Northeast Junior College in the spring, AHS's VICA Club won the following: third place, club business procedure; third place, public speaking, Chad Logan; second place, Terry Herring, machine shop competition. These people also competed on the state level and Terry Herring placed second place in machine shop competition. Members of the club procedure team were Charles Sisson, Ronnie Bowen, Donnie Bowen, Tommy Moffett,
Ricky Funderburk, Art Buchanan, Randy Nicholdon, Rusty Edwards, and Randy Leech.
ET CETERAPanther band judged all superior at state festival
THE AMORY ADVERTISER TELLS THE BAND'S STORY BETTER THAN WE COULD. THE STATE BAND CONTEST CLIMAZED ANOTHER YEAR OF SUCCESS FOR AHS'S PRIDE.
attention to detail. A well rehearsed group that is accurate and musical. Exciting!”
Another noted, “Beautiful performance of loud and soft passages. This is a fine band! An excellent display of technical facility. Good trumpet and bom soioists-Ivery well done! Good clarinet solo. A very outstanding performance.”
The sight reading judge said of the local youngsters: “Very mature tone quality in this band. A number of very capable readers. A very fine looking band that is serious about the job they are doing.”
And the compliments didn’t end there.
“Colorful entry-good flag work,” wrote one of the marching technique. Music well adapted to routine. Show performed with precision and good taste."
Another commented, “Superb show conception, design, and execution! Many, many beautiful individual and ensemble sounds. Lovely flags and rifles. Not a single major error-and difficult routines. Great rifles!”
And another, “Flag design and execution beautiful. Beautiful uniforms and combinations. Outstanding percussion section. Congratulations on your outstanding performance.. .and thanks!” Student Conductor Don Gosa’s performance drew the following comments: “Director has a real good feel for this music. A good job interpreting the changing mood and character of the music. The patterns are very
clear. A good job with the changing meter. Fine, confident appearance!”
Judges for the drum major competition said of AHS Drum Major Brent Rainey, “Posture, carriage and military bearing are excellent! Good mace work-good control-good stops and angles. Fine job on seven-eighths time-good horns up. Nice job on flugelhorn solo-never hurts for the drum major to be a fine player! You are an excellent leader-enjoyed you and your band!”
Mr. Taylor said all the bands in the middle school and high school will be in spring concert May 17 and 18 at the high school auditorium. There will be nine performing bands in the program, of which Mr. Taylor said he is extremely proud. Amory currently has three middle school bands, a ninth grade band, two stage bands, two varsity concert bands, and the varsity marching band. The organizations involve an estimated 30 percent of the students in the student body.
Band Director Bob Taylor said Mississippi is the only state that has a state band festival in which bands play concert, sight read, and march the same day.
“This is the main reason that Mississippi has such a strong and active band organization statewide,” he explained. “We are very proud to be among the top bands in this organization and our students represented the town and school very well.”
The Amory Band attended the festival April 4 and returned the evening of April 5 with a large convoy of parents and supporters welcoming them back into town.
“We want to give a special thanks to all of the people of the community who have
been so faithful in supporting us this year,” Mr. Taylor said. “It is always important to us to have the backing Of our parents and friends, but it has meant so much more to us this year because of the loss of two of our members--Liz Sisson and David Childers. Our support and thanks have been and always will be with the families of these two for what they have meant to us. Liz and David always showed the kind of character and pride that have made the band what it is today. We are thankful for them and for having had them as members of our organization. But we are thankful, too, that we learned in losing them what it’s like to pull together, to support each other, and to depend on God for help. For knowing these two and for what we learned in losing them, none of us will ever be the same.”See
Page 15 For More Band.We Salute Our Cheerleaders . . .
Thank goodness nobody fell? Tammy Booth dances around the bonfire.
Remember the day we all went to the football field for a pep rally?
Beth Francis, head cheerleader.
First row, I to r, Barry Mathis, David Carter, Mark Kelso, coach Lyons; second, I to r, Duane Gilleylen, Craig Brasfield, Phil Burks, Kenny Meaders.
OUTSTANDING IN TENNIS-Recognmon was given these four students Friday morning at the Amory High School awards program for Iheir accomplishments as members of the tennis team. Left to right, Jeannie Burrow and Phil Jones, most improved; Brent Rainey and Suzanne Ross, most valuable players. '-Photo bv Bonnie Parham
BASEBALL STANDOUTS-Recetvlng awards in baseball a recognition program Friday morning at Amory High School were 8rasfi W (left), captain, and David Let Carter, most valuable pi Both players made all conference this year, according to Coach I Newman who presented the awards.
GIRLS' TRACK AWARDS-Coach John Thomas gave recognition tc these four members of the girls' track team at the Amory High School awards program Friday morning. Kneeling is Fay Morgan, who was named most valuable; (standing, left to right) Rosita Brown, most im proved; Rosie Latham, captain's award; and Brenda Carter, coach's award.
TRACK AWARDS AT AMORY HIGH SCHOOL-Presented placques Friday morning at the awards program at Amory High School were these standout members of the track team. Kneeling are David Carter (left) and Lee Davis, who were named most valuable by Coach Earl Stevens; (standing, left to right) Raymond Davis, most improved; Van East, coach's award; Dennis Johnson, most improved; and Ronnie Welch, most outstanding.B
A“On The Field With The Panthers”FRANKIE ALLISON
BARRY MATHIS TIM McGALLIARD AL MOORE
DERRICK JENKINS MIKE KING DENNIS LATHAM
PETER CONWILL RONNIE CRUMP
RAMIE FORDKENNEDY MEADERS JOHN DALE RENFRO DARREL RIGGINS TOMMY THOMPSON
DERRICK THOMAS TOMMY WATSON
COACH NEWMAN CARL CADDEN
WAYNE WEBB MARK DORSEYsAthletic, special awards
given students at AHS
BY BONNIE PARHAM
The first of three year-end awards programs was held Friday morning at Amory High School with a large number of students receiving recognition, particularly in the sports field. The program was under the direction of Principal Larry Marett. nonor and an inscribe copy of the French novel “Colomba" by Prosper Merimee. Third in the state was Gregg Wax, who received a certificate ol honor. Winners of fourtl place were Karen Chew Hiron Cowan and Cris. Minich who all receivei certificates of honor. Tyin; for fifth in the state wer David Harris, Trellis Mor gan, and Jill Sanders an they also received th certificates of honor.
In addition, the followin first year students receive certificate of merit: Lis. Armstrong, Delores Baker, Jenny Berry, David Boyd, Kim Cockrell, Rusty Crump, Frank Durrett, Leah Evans,, Johnny Fears, Marilyn Fears, Beth Fikes, Bradley Hood, Rebecca Moon, Terri Reeves, Melanie Shields, Barbara Sullivan, and Melissa Thompson.
Mr. Rowles also recognized several second year French students and presented them certificates. Matissa Sizemore, third place in the state competition. was recipient of the
Other awards programs are scheduled Tuesday and Thursday of this week. On Tuesday will be the senior awards and Thursday's program will be the naming of the 1978-79 Golden Panthers.
The first recognition came ' —r A.nr Pnurloc Prpnrh
and sponsor of the Frenc Club. He cited seven students who participated the American Association Teachers of French Nation French exam.
In French first year, K Holman was second plai winner in the state at
RECEIVE AWARDS IN BASKETBALL-Coach Bill Miley recognized these four girls for their accomplishments in basketball this year at the Amory High School awards program Friday morning. Left to right, Lisa Lantrip, captain,- Regina Harlow, most improved; Nona Kelso, coach's award; and Cheryl Dankins, most valuable plaver.TRACK
fDana Brown Doug Cuthbert Lee Davis Van East
Joe Fears Duane Gilleylen Hal Holloway Dennis Johnson
Ronnie Welch Greg Word Harold Walton Jeffrey WaltonDennis Latham
Anthony Lackey Raymond Earl Davis
Henry Lee Pruitt
Arne 11 Lowes
Jon Alexander Nelda Moreland
Kathy Cox Jeannie Burrow Beth RamageNotables ...FRIENDS . .’78
AYou Gotta Be A Football Hero
PHIL BURKS RAY BURKS
THIS IS B-A-A-D COMPANY
RAMIE FORD DUANE GILLEYLEN
DENNIS JACKSON DENNIS JOHNSON MARK KELSO
DOMETRIC SPRATT DAVID SEAY
BERRY WRIGHT WAYNE WEBB
MGR. BUDDY SMITH
MGR. MARK DORSETT
MGR. JON ALEXANDER
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HARRY PRUITT KENNEDY MEADERS DENNIS LATHAM
MGR. CHARLES MARCH
VARSITY FB - 78 Record 4-6 - Team did
well this year with amount of inexperience at sitions — team came around with strong
in second half of season and
inal 2 games — at
key positions defensive effort with 2 wins in fina
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with 2 wins in final 2 games — at on sophomores were starting on defens J
Future looks good asjmany sophomores gained valuable experience and strong freshmen squad moving up next year.
FRESHMEN BOYS BASKETBALL Record 12-2 — Very strong squad with probably best material in a number of years.
Thomas Freshman football. Record 7-0-1.
Best record for the freshman in several years. Very good materials.
Girls Track. Very good potentiality for the future. Had dnly one senior. All others are peWching. l ad a very good freshman girl's track team. Looking forward to a very good year.
B:§ a Craig Brasfield Tom Bunch © 9 i dStiiHl Mike Crump Early Garth
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Jeff Hood e L»1 CT David McCullen Al Moore Donnie Myatt t h tim
Curtis Rainey Earlie Vance
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Wayne Webb Ronnie Welch Paul Clement, manager Mark Dorsett, managerRegina Harlow Verna Dobbs Cheryl Dankins Jeannie Burrow
Betty Lewis Rosie Latham Lisa Lantrip Nona Kelso
Anne Randle Bridget Perkins Ellen Outlaw Leslie NorrisFresh Panthers
Laurel Garner Virginia Hadaway
Lisa Patterson Herlenda Randle
Ava Whitfield Vivian Wilson
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Peter Crump Darryle Riggans Larry Barnes
Bobby Love Michael Herron
Charlie Marsh ' Kennedy Meadows
Dennis Latham Arnell Lowe
More Homecoming ’78
Homecoming activities go from the sublime to the ridiculous — from the formal to the highly informal — from evening dresses and tuxedos to the tackiest thing we can find in our closets. Pictured here are the maids and their escorts and a few of the tackiest we could find.
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