Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS)

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1981-82 UNDER CONSTRUCTION PANORAMA AMORY HIGH SCHOOL AMORY, MISSISSIPPI CRUMP BOULEVARD VOLUME TWODEDICATION The Year Mr. Riley Didn’t Write The Panorama Dedication Poem The aky was black, The clouds were gray, As Mr. Riley Wrote away. He waited for someone To tell him who The Panorama Was dedicated to. We slipped him hints. We fed him lies. So he would not The name surmise. By now, Mr. Riley, You’ve guessed who. The 1982 Panorama We dedicated to you. You write us poems. You make us smile. You always go The “second mile . When you tell a joke, Our spirits build. And like a scarecrow, You’re outstanding in your field. — Rhonda Colburn For all the times the teams were in fear You were right behind them with a cheer. For all the times we spilled paint on your floor You said that’s O.K., Just try not to spill any more. For all the times you cleaned the field Even if the wind gave you a chill. When times seemed to be getting harder and harder You said, “Come on men you can go a little farther. When everything seemed to be in Dirmay You always said something to brighh n the day. For all the poems you have written lor us, When no one else knew what was appropriate and just. For all the wonderful things you do Mr. Herman Riley we dedicate this Panorama to youl 2 — Darrell RigginsTABLE OF CONTENTS ACTIVITIES 7 SENIORS 31 ATHLETICS 53 ORGANIZATIONS 79 JUNIORS 101 SOPHOMORES 107 FRESHMEN 113 ADMINISTRATION 121 ADVERTISING 127  ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★★ ★★★★★★ ★ ★★ • ★ ★ ★ ★ Senior Class SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: GREGG WAX, PRESIDENT; LEEANN PARHAM, VICE-PRESIDENT; GWEN MORRIS, SECRETARY; FRANK DURRETT, TREASURER; DEBBIE GALLOWAY AND VERNADEAN DOBBS, REPRESENTATIVES. Freshman Class FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: AMY BUNCH, PRESIDENT; JANE LEWIS, VICE-PRESIDENT; JOEY NESBIT, SECRETARY; DAN MORRIS, TREASURER; MARLA PEARSON AND VALERIE SMITH, REPRESENTATIVES. » 5 » » + ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ » » ♦ » ♦ » » » kA. Junior Class JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: ROXIE HIGHTOWER, PRESIDENT; VAN HURT, VICE-PRESIDENT; SANDRA GOSA, SECRETARY; MELANIE MOFFETT, TREASURER, PEBBLES EAST AND BOBBY SHUMPERT, REPRESENTATIVES. Sophomore Class SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: MITZI SANDERS, PRESIDENT; GLORIA BURDINE, VICE-PRESIDENT; TRACEY COX, SECRETARY AND TREASURER; STEPHANIE MARSHALL AND RACHEL REICH, REPRESENTATIVES. + + + + + + + ¥ + + ¥ + + + ¥ + + + + ♦¥+ ++♦ 5ACTIYiTiESWinning the float competition were the Juniors (top row) with their float entitled “Pooh on the Rainders Let’s Winnie.” Sophomores (second row, left) were second with their float entitled “Follow the Yellow Brick Road to Our Victory Celebration.” Seniors (second row, right) were third with their float entitled “Seniors Celebrate Victory.” Freshmen came in last with their float entitled “Step by Step to Victory.”1981 HOMECOMING COURTVARSITY BAND RIFLE CORP FLAG CORPFRESHMAN BAND Amy Roberta, Freshman Drum Major Hiron Cowan, Varsity Drum Major VARSITY DRUM CORPMR. MISS AHSEvery year at AHS the student body elects a senior boy and a senior girl for Mr. and Miss AHS. The candidates are nominated by their fellow students and should portray leadership, friendship, loyalty, and service. Other qualifications are that they must have had a 2.5 grade average and must have been active in 10 organizations since they have been at AHS. The candidates need 3 teachers to sign their nomination forms. Hiron Cowan and Dina Faulkner were elected Mr. and Miss AHS with Gregg Wax and Vernadean Dobbs runners up. While at AHS Gregg has been a member of the Student Council four years. He was Senior class president, Student body vice-president, Sophomore class president, and Freshman class president. He has been a member of the French club three years serving as reporter his Freshman year, member of DEC A two years, member Science club one year serving as vice president his senior year, and member of Spanish club one year. He played football his freshman year and was a three year let-terman in baseball and basketball. Gregg plans to attend Mississippi State and major in Electronic Engineering. Vernadean Dobbs has played basketball all four years in high school and was all conference three years. She participated in the beauty revue two years and was elected Homecoming Queen her senior year. She has been a member of the Library Club four years, member of HERO Club two years serving as president and secretary, member of FHA one year serving as secretary and district secretary, member of Student Council two years, member of DECA one year serving as secretary, member of FBLA serving as representative her senior year, and member of Y-Teens serving as president and vice president. She has placed in district and state competition in lockstitch in HERO. Miss Amory High School, Dina Faulkner, has been a member of National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society serving as president, FBLA, Hl-Y, Science Club, peptomist, and Student Council serving as sophomore vice president. She was also a member of Amory Panther Band and Varsity Football Cheerleader three years. She has participated in the beauty revue three years and been a member of the Homecoming Court her freshman and senior year. Mr. Amory High School, Hiron Cowan, has been a member of FBLA three years and is presently serving as president, president of Thespians and has participated in four plays, vice-president and drum major of the band, member of French Club and French National Honor Society, member of AHS Jazz Band, member of Hi-Y, Youth Congress delegate, Rotary Boy, Boy’s State Delegate, and a platform events participant. 19THE GOLDEN PANTHER AWARD The highest award given at Amory High School is for meritorious achievement, The Golden Panther Award. The Golden Panther Award is not given” it is earned through a four year long process. Determination is based on a 400 point system — with 2— points accorded to academic excellence and 200 points accorded to activities. Each Golden Panther recipient received a plaque and card and in addition will have his name inscribed on the permanent plaque in the trophy case. Patricia Maxine Brown Otia Hiron Cowan III Thomaa Franklin Durratt IV Dina Layna Faulkner Laura Leigh Fowlkea Mary Katharine HolmanSharon A!ana Husky Cynthia Louisa Marshall Malania Suzanne Maxcy LeeAnn Parham Elizabeth Pearl Ramage Phillip Carl Reese Joaeph Peyton Ross Kimberly Jill Sanders Elly Mae Vance 21Recognized for Achievement: A ward certificates and medals were presented these five students for their achievement by various civic organizations. Left to right, Tony Ghoston, Cynthia Marshall, Stephen Morris, Sharon Huskey, and Donna Hammook. Special Awards: Students receiving special awards were these: Front row, Cynthia Marshall, Sunrise Savings Club Award; Jolene Hoots, Spanish Award; Back row, Dave Giles, Outstanding French student; Beth Fikea, Peptomist Award; Suzanne Maxcy, Business Education award; Hiron Cowan, FBLA President; Kat Holman, Governor’s Scholar. These students at left were awarded scholarships: Renee Hoots, David Harris, Elly Vance, Darrel Riggins, Trellis Morgan, and Shelia Hunter. Pictured at the bottom of the page are Jill Sanders and Tony Ghoston, recipients of Alton B. Arnett A ward and Jeff Moon and Pepper Massen-gill, recipients of T.N. Touchstone Award. 22Students receiving good citizen awards were: Ava Whitfield, most improved vocational student; Linda Haney, Post 25 of the American Legion’s good citizenship girl; Beth Fikes, Dee Moore speech award; Brenda Davis, American Legion Post 239 good citizenship award, Suzanne Maxcy, Daughters of the American Revolution, Cottin Gin Port chapter, good citizenship girt; Albert Dankins, good citizen; and Hiron Cowan, recipient of Wal-Mart’s $1,000 scholarship. Winning band awards were Johnny Fears and Frank Durrett IV, John Phillip Sousa Award; Malanie Shields, Varsity Pride Award; David Harris, Louis Armstrong Award; and Dan Morris, freshman Pride Award. These are not pictured. Memorial Awards: Presented awards by local organizations in memory of Amory High School students were: Elly Vance, Elizabeth Sisson memorial scholarship; Kat Holman, Elizabeth Sisson memorial scholarship; Suzanne Maxcy, Dr. Charles Longenecker memorial scholarship; Hiron Cowan, Dr. Charles Longenecker memorial scholarship; Peyton Ross, Earl Frye scholarship; Mark Williams, Lee McCown memorial award; Reid Wilkeraon, Phillip Parham memorial award; Johnny Fears, David Childers Memorial Award. A Star Teacher, Louis Rowles and Star Student, Kat Holman 23AHS BEAUTIES: Front, Pebble Eaat, 1 t alternate; Jill Sander , moat beautiful; Teresa William , 2nd alternate; back row, Debbie Galloway, Mia Congeniality; Stephanie Marshall, 4th alternate; LoeAnn Parham, moat beautiful, 1981; Suzanne Maxcy, 3rd alternate. GROUP JUDGING: First group, Tami Turner, Rosemary Smith, Melanie Moffett, Dina Faulkner, Paige Durrett, Mary May, Debbie Galloway, Teresa Williams, Robyn Forbua, Stephanie Marshall, Teresa Clay, Angie Garrett, and Melanie Hamilton. Second group, Jill Sanders, Vernadean Dobbs, Suzanne Maxcy, Debbie Sanders, Pebbles Eaat, Roxie Hightower, Gloria Burdine, Brenda Davis, Van Hurt, Laura Moreland, Sandi Booth, and Tracy Coleman Beauty Rev urn Contestant§ warm: first row, Dabbia Galloway, Taraaa Williams, Staphania Marahall, Malana Hamilton, Taraaa Clay, Mary May, and Paiga Durratt. Second row, Dina Faulkner, Rosemary Smith, Tracey Coleman, Laura Moreland, Sandi Booth, Tami Turner, and Melanie Moffett. Third row, Vernadean Dobba, Debbie Sandera, Brenda Davie, Gloria Burdina, Pebblea Eaat, Suzanne Maxcy, and Jill Sanders. Not pictured: Robyn Forbua, Angie Garrett, Van Hurt, and Roxie Hightower.JUNIOR SENIOR BANQUET Eating already. Coach? Look at ma! Taachara anjoy ataak toor 28ANCHORS AWEIGH 29Patty R. Andrews Lisa Kaye Armstrong Edith Modena Atkins David Michael Banka Sarah Louisa Ballard Shalby Jaan Bennett Virginia Elizabeth Berry David Garland Boyd Jett MoonPatricia Elaine Brasfield Patricia Maxine Brown Tammy Annette Bunch Karen Elizabeth Chew Teresa D. Clay Kathy Lynn Chism Kimberly Rachelle Cockrell Otis Hiron Cowan III Charles Dudley Joe CrumpMark Anthony Doraoy Athena Jean Duke 34 Willie Crump Vernadean Dobbs Thomas Franklin Durrett IVFarris Keith Flurry Laura Leigh Fowlkes Debbie Renee Galloway 35Laura Kay Garner Tony Anthony Ghoaton Jacqueline Marie Gilleylen Norria Maurice Hampton Alan Rievea Haney Linda Beth HaneyRichard Randall Harmon Charlotte Elaine Harris David Ray Harris Robin Estelle Hester Loretta Ann Holloway Mary Katherine HolmanShelia Devon Hunter Sharon Alane Huskey Pamela Yvonne Johnson Derrick Jenkins Allen Reynold Hughes Maureen Catherine Jessup f Jimmy Eugene Kyle 38Charles Anthony Lackey Robert Anthony Langford Dennis Wayne Latham Michael Carl Leech Bobby Van Love Cornelius Arneal Lowe •- V- Richard EarI McFadden Jimmy Dale McIntosh Cynthia Louise MarshallKennedy Everett Meadors Ronald Eugene Means Russell Cries Minich III Melanie Suzanne Maxcy Pamela Shenell Martin Jeanni Peyton Massengill Rebecca Jane Moon Jacqueline Renee Moore Trellis Ann MorganGwendolyn Lenora Morris Lee Ann Parham Marty Lynn Nicholson Amanda Karen Oliver Glenda Michelle Parker Judith Ann Pate Lisa Kay Patterson Lisa Carol Phillips Susan Carol! PoeRobert Daniel Pope Henry Lee Pruitt Ruby Jane Puraiey 42 Phillip Carl Reeae Ricky Dale Rea Daniel Keith ReevesDebra Lynn Senders Kimberly Jill Sanders Quitman Jason SandersAnthony Vogan Saraco William Patrick Shook Jeffrey Alan Shepherd Melanie Dawn Shields Jacqueline Deneen Sima Timothy Douglas Smith Bradley Duane Stanford Vincent Eric Talley James William TateTimothy Bodine Watson Grogg Anthony Wax Douglas Edward Webb Teresa Ann Whitaker Ava Michelle Whitfield Eddie Lawrence Wilkerson, Jr.CLASS OFFICERS: Gwen Morris, Secretary; Frank Durrett, Treasurer; LeeAnn Parham, Vice-president; Verna-deen Dobbs, Representative; Gregg Wax, President; Debbie Galloway, Representative.4749p. 47 (1) D. Galloway (2) 44. Williams (3) ft. Langford (4) J. Sandora (5) P. Brown (6) C. Marshall (7) K. Williams (8) F. Durrott IV (9) H. Cowan (10) D. Faulkner (11) L. Fowlkes (12) P. Rosa (13) K. Oliver (14) B. Ramage (15) R. . Heater (16) K. Cockrell (17) J. Sima (18) G. Wax (19) M. Dorsey (20) 14. Jones (21) A. Saraco (22) ft Stanford (23) L Farrar P-48 (1) L. English (2) K. Chism (3) D. Reeves (4) J. Gilleylen (5) S. Hunter (6) D. Riggins (7) A. Whitfield (8) D. Boyd (9) 44. Shields (10) A. Duke (11) B. Davis (12) A. Lowe (13) A. Dankins (14) D. Banks (15) L Holloway (16) D. Sanders (17) T. Whitaker (18) 44. Herron (19) T. Reeves (20) L. Garner (21) E. Harris (22) T. Ghoaton (23) S. Ballard (24) K. Reeves p. 49 (1) C. Greenhill (2) ft Pursley (3) K. Chew (4) J. Rieves (5) G. Ezell (6) ft McFadden (7) L Haney (8) K. Roster (9) J. Berry (10) ft 44oore (11) S. Bennett (12) ft. Fikea (13) E. Atkins (14) D. Hammock (15) ft. Anderson (16) 44. Parker (17) K. Flurry (18) ft. 44oon p. SO (1) J. Pate (2) S. Huskey (3) S. Hatcher (4) P. Brasfield (5) S. 44axcy (6) D. Thomas (7) P. Andrews (8) J. 44oon (9) P. Martin (10) 44. Nicholson (11) W. Crump (12) 44. Rainey (13) V. Dobbs (14) P. Shook (15) L Armstrong (16) 44. Jessup (17) T. Bunch (18) N. Hampton (19) L Phillips (20) L Harrison (21) J. McIntosh (22) V. Hadaway (23) K. Holman (24) T. Crump p. 51 (2) Teresa Clay (3) LeeAnn Parham (6) Larry Barnes (7) Charles Crump 51GRADUATION 1982ATHLETICS1982 Football Cheerleaders: left to right: Jill Sanders, Pebbles East, Bridie Burdine, Melanie Moffett, Tami Turner, Dina Faulkner, Gwen Morris, and head cheerleader, Gwenda Ezell. 541982 Basketball Cheerleaders: left to right: Sandi Jo Booth, Brenda Davia, head cheerleader, Robyn Forbua, Brenda Davia, Judy Wilson, Laura Moreland, and Rosemary Smith. 551981 PANTHER FOOTBALL • NlIM Pm. W1. Or— 2 Bobby Shumpert RB 156 11 5 Glen Payne WR 130 10 8 Norris Hampton DE 192 12 12 Steve Walton RB 140 10 15 Mike Edgeworth TE 186 11 18 Kennedy Mcadent QB 173 12 22 Anthony Lackey WR 160 12 24 Darrell Riggans WR 171 12 26 Gene Pierce WR 130 10 27 Dennis La than RB 186 12 28 HansRuoss WR 132 10 32 Larry Barnes RB 130 12 34 A meal Lowe F 157 12 35 Mtke Herron TE 182 12 38 Frank Pruitt RB 163 10 39 Tim Watson WR 156 12 40 Larry Flippo RB 152 10 42 Lenard Griffin LB 161 10 44 Bobby Love RB 162 12 SO Ronnie Crump C-LB 180 12 51 Scott Cagle T 173 10 54 Keith Davis G 160 10 55 Robert Shelly G 142 10 57 Kenny Parker C-T 207 11 81 Jimmy Rieves G 186 12 64 Malcomb Glenn G 165 10 65 David Boyd G 175 12 66 Anthony Stewart G 161 10 70 Jimmy Kyle T 192 12 71 Brian King G 203 11 72 Mtke Leech T 226 12 74 Chad Ray G 173 11 76 Henry Pruitt T 238 12 77 Jeff Shepard C 290 12 78 Robert Smith T 212 10 80 Derrick Thomas WR 165 12 82 Lee Crump WR 150 11 85 KirkHodo TG 162 10 86 Mike Flowers WR 130 10 88 Larry Wilkerson WR 155 12 89 Tarlyn TYoape DE 158 10 90 Keith Reeves wr 150 11 V 7 VX' Vv ° oV plrVvV,.0 OlfV TURN ME LOOSEI Kenny Parker (57) in Houaton ball-game WILL HE MAKE IT? Darrel Riggins (24) in Tupelo ballgame. ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST Dennis Latham (27) in Corinth ballgame. 5960 STOPI Panther Bobby Shumpert (2) hangs on tor dear life as he tries to bring down an Oxford runner. Amory won by a score of 28-6.HERE COME Wide receiver Derrick Thomas looks down-field as he funs the ball down the sidelines in action with New Albany. ALL LITTLE TEN CONFERENCE Members of the football squad who made all Little 10 are (front row) Mike Leech, tackle, first team offense; Michael Edgeworth, defensive end, second team defense; Ronnie Crump, guard, first team offense; (second row) Bobby Love, running back, second team offense; Kennedy Meadors, Most Valuable Offensive Back, All Little Ten Quarterback and defensive back; Derrick Thomas, Wide receiver, first team offense; and Lee Pruitt, lineman, first team offense. 611981 SENIOR PANTHERS First row — Larry Barnes, Jimmy Rieves, David Boyd, Dennis Latham, Norris Hampton, Bobby Love; Second row — Tim Watson, Anthony Lackey, Jett Shepherd, Jimmy Kyle, Mike Leech, Ronnie Crump, Henry Pruitt; Third row — Manager, Mark Dorsey, Larry Wilkerson, Darrell Riggins, Kennedy Meadors, Derrick Thomas, Mike Herron, Keith Reeves, Arneal Lowe 62 Panther Head Coach Keith Steele (kneeling). Assisting Steele are Coaches Billy Smith, Jack Pennington, and Johnny Hardin.AMORY JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL TEAM Name Position Curt Tubb Q.B. Brad Tate Q.B. Tommy Griffith Q.B. Stacy Andreaa Q.B. Glen Smith F.B. Thomaa Sandera F.B. Joey Neabit F.B. Brad Braafield W.B. Bart Sawyer W.B. Paul Shelly W.B. Jerry Jernighan W.B. John Darden T.B. Steve Galloway T.B. Morria French T.B. Robert Pickle T.B. John Griffith E. Travia McIntosh E. Phillip Morria E. Allen Hodo E. Leonard Thomaa E. Randy Renfro E. Jim Crump C. Johnny Smith C. Tony Davie W.B. Johnny G illy elan W.B. Greg Worthy W.B. Jimmy Taylor G. Jeff Pearaon G. Brad Porter G. Wade Pounda T. Barry Tally T. Jim Coggin T. Roger Jonea T. Kent Rye T. David Mclntoah r. David Jenkina T. Number 10 12 18 24 20 21 28 26 30 32 40 34 36 38 42 45 66 88 80 83 85 50 74 51 or 47 53 54 56 60 62 63 64 70 72 73 76 75 STOPPED SHORTI This is what happened to this Panther in game against Smith ville. Coach — Johnny Thomas 63Amory Panther Basketball Team: Front row Stave Walton, Kennedy Meaders, Darrel Riggins, Clyde Whitfield, Franklin Pruitt, Derrick Thomas, Dwayne Howell, Dennis Latham, Charles Rainey; Back Row Bobby Shumpert, Anthony Lackey, Thomas Bailey, Coach Pennington, Anthony Wilson, Scott Forbus, Richard Barrentine. Managers Bobby Love, Vincent Talley, Mark DorseyAmory 73 r West Point 69 Amory 94 Shannon 72 Amory 66 Corinth 60 Amory 63 Fulton 64 Amory 66 Aberdeen 72 Amory 82 Hamilton 39 Amory 72 Nettleton 64 Amory 54 Hatley 37 Amory 92 Smith ville 32 Amory 65 Pontotoc 48 Amory 62 Shannon 70 Amory 66 So. Pontotoc 55 Amory 73 Calhoun City 80 Amory 74 Columbus Lee 62 Amory 60 Houston 63 Amory 69 West Point 63 Amory 67 Smith ville 41 Amory 60 Aberdeen 54 Amory 50 Smith ville 42 Amory 68 Aberdeen 70 Amory 64 Shannon 61 Amory 60 Nettleton 57 Amory 61 Houston 68 Amory 77 Fulton 76 Amory 67 Corinth 75 DISTRICT Amory 71 Corinth 48 TOURNAMENT Amory 81 Fulton 65 Amory 59 West Point 53 Amory 45 Holly Springs 64 NORTH HALF Varsity Girls Basketball. Front Row: Pam Martin, Maureen Jessup, Bridget Sims, Vernadean Dobbs, Beth Ramage, Vivian Wilson, Sarah Williams, Back Row: Jackie Meaders, Annette Loyd, Elly Vance, Venettra Pack, and Geneva Patterson. 52 Corinth 35 69 Aberdeen 41 31 Smithville 46 , 29 Smithville 36 39 Pontotoc 51 57 Shannon 48 47 North Pontotoc 54 38 Columbus Lee 43 49 Houston 64 54 West Point 23 37 Smithville 38 51 Aberdeen 30 39 Aberdeen 28 24 Smithville 39 51 Nettleton 30 41 Aberdeen 28 46 New Albany 49 48 Fulton 42 26 Corinth 27 34 Shannon 30 Corinth Hatley Tournament Pontotoc Tournament Monroe County Tournament 33 District Tournament 50 66Boys Junior High Basketball: Front row John Griffith, Stacy Andress, Travis McIntosh, Robert Pickle, Phillip Morris; Back row Jim Crump, Brad Avery, Mark Wilson, David McIntosh, John Darden, Tommy Griffith. Coach Stevens’ Girls Junior High Basketball: Lori Mann, Dorothy Spratt, Eardie Thompson, Sheila Clark, Tonya Edwards, Pam Hadley, Marion Parka, Harriet Ezell, Arlisa Hill. Coach Smith 68Amory 64 Amory 60 Amory 51 Amory 55 Amory 70 Amory 62 Amory 56 Amory 39 Amory 45 Amory 66 Amory 46 Amory 65 Amory 59 Amory 56 Boys Jr. High Hamilton Hamilton Shannon Hatley New Albany Okolona Mooreville Shannon Okolona Fulton West Point Aberdeen Oxford Corinth 35 44 36 45 56 Plantersville Tournament 58 48 42 41 52 34 38 Little 10 Tournament 31 51 (CHAMPS!) Mark Wilson (25) and Phil Morris (22) are Flying High.” The freshman boys had a very good season this year. They came out winning 16 games and only lost 1. The boys also won the Junior High Little Ten Tournament. 691982 BASEBALL Member of beeebell teem ere front row: Gregg Wax, Bobby Love, Glenn Smith, Larry Berne , Tommy Griffith, Brad Tate, John Darden, Brad Braafield, Dennia Word, Paul Shelley (mgr.) Back Row: Coach Bill Miley, Mark Doraey (mgr.), Derrick Jenkina, Glenn Payne, Lee Crump, Kennedy Meadera, Tracy Crump, Derrick Thomaa, Darrel Riggina, Dennia Latham, Mike Edgeworth, Coach McShane. . BASEBALL SCHEDULE March a-4 Won 15, 16, 18 Pontotoc Tourn. 4-3, 7-1 Lost 22 Shannon 12-0 Lost 25 Fulton 8-1 Won 29 West Point 13-1 Lost April 1 Tupelo 6-2 Won 5 Satillo 1-0 Lost 8 Aberdeen 6-5 Won 12 Corinth 16-3 Lost 15 Shannon 12-10 Lost 19 Fulton 12-9 Won 22 West Point 10-5 Lost 26 Tupelo 3-0 Won May 3 Aberdeen 10-8 Won 6 Corinth 6-5 Won 10-14 Little Ten Tourn. Oxford 11-6 Won Corinth 3-7 Lost Amory finished season with an 9-9 70 record, 7-5 in district play.71TENNIS TENNIS TEAM MEMBERS Front row: Jill Sandora, Beth Ramage, Paige Durrett, Roxie Hightower, Susan Holman; Back row: Peyton Rosa, Noel English, Adam Smith, Jimmy Smithson, Darren Mullins, and Scott Forbus. Coach John Wilson This year’s lettermen include: Jill Sanders Beth Ramage Roxie Hightower Paige Durrett Susan Holman Peyton Ross Jimmy Smithson Frank Durrett Darren Mullins Adam Smith The tennis team competed in the semi finals of North Ten until the tournament was rained out. In District l-AA competition, our boys’ doubles, Jimmy Smithson and Peyton Ross, came in second, thus qualifying to compete in the State Tournament in Jackson, which they did! The overall Record for regular season play was: 11 wins, 4 losses. 72 The tennis team played the following teams: Smith ville won Okolona won Shannon lost Pontotoc won Columbus Lee lost Aberdeen won New Albany lost Houston won New Albany won Shannon won Houston won Pontotoc won Aberdeen won Okolona won Smith ville won BOYS TRACK NORTH LTC CHAMPS Members of tho Boy o’ Track Taam ara: front row Dannia Latham, Bobby Shumpart, Anthony Lackey, Arneal Lowe, Daxtar Small; Back row Coach Stavana, Kennedy Maadera, Tarlyn Troupe, Darrel Riggina, Derrick Thomaa and Raymond Anderaon, (mgr.) TRACK SCHEDULE March 27 Journal Relays Second Tupelo April 3 Bulldog Relays Second Aberdeen April 6 Commercial Dispatch Third Columbus April 17 North Little Ten Won Grenada April 24 District Second Aberdeen May 1 North Miss. Third Grenada May 8 State Jackson Panthers to state Track Meet: Members of track team who competed at state are Anthony Lackey, Dexter Small, Derrick Thomas, Dennis Latham, Bobby Shumpart, Coach Stevens and Raymond Anderson (mgr.) Derrick Thomas placed third in state in 120-yard high hurdles and fifth in 180-yard low hurdles. Bobby Shumpart tied for fifth placed in pole vault. 440 Relay team of Derrick Thomas, Dexter Small, Anthony Lackey, and Dennis Latham placed 8th in state competition 74LTC Champs Tha 1982 track team regained their title as North L.T.C. champs. They have held this title the past 4 years. The team lost 10 seniors and next year is expected to be a rebuilding season for the panthers. AHS Mile Relay Team Compoeed of Dexter Small, Derrick Thomae, Kennedy Meadere, and Dannie Latham. 120 low hurdlea at diatrict competition. Derrick Thomaa placed firat and Dexter Small came In aecond. Dexter Small competea in 440 Relay at diatrict competition. The team pieced third. 75GIRLS VARSITY TRACK Members of Girls’ Track Team are: front row: Shall Walton and Ava Whitfield; Back row: Brenda Davis, Arlisa Hill, Juan el la Morrow, and Jackie Sykes (mgr.) Not pictured are Jackie Meaders, Nicole Gillen-tine and Carol Kilgore (mgr.) District l-AA track meet, Brenda Davis placed first in 120-yard low hurdles, and third in 100 yard dash; 440 relay team composed of Juanella Morrow, Arlisa Hill, Brenda Davis and Jackie Meaders placed third and 880 Relay team composed of same four girls placed third. These qualified to run in North State track meet.AHS PANTHERS RECOGNIZED — Theae members of the 1992 Basketball team ware given § pedal a war da for their outatanding athletic ability ahown during the aeeaon. Dennia Latham — Moat Improved; Vernadean Dobba — Moat Valuable; Kennedy Meade re — Co-Moat Valuable; Derrick Thomaa — Co-Moat Valuable; Clyde Whitfield — Free Throw Percentage; Darrel Riggina — Del. Award. ALL CONFERENCE BASKETBALL — Derrick Thomaa; Vernadean Dobba; Kennedy Mead era. AHS PANTHERS RECOGNIZED — Theae members of the 1981 Football teem were given apecial a war da for their outatanding athletic ability ahown during the aeeaon. Dennia Latham — Defenaive Linebacker, Derrick Thomaa — Ofe naive Player; Bobby Shumpert — Special Teama Award; Bobby Love — Offenaive Back; Kenny Parker — Most Improved; Ronnie Crump — Defenaive Player, Kennedy Mead era — Moat Valuable Player, Michael Leech — O fte naive Line Award; Henry Pruitt — Defenaive Line; (not pictured) 77Bateball member cited winning apecial recognition et ewerde banquet were Derrick Thomae — Moat Valuable Player, Michael Edgeworth — Coach' Award; Tracey Crump — Moat Improved. Tennia Award Winner were Peyton Roaa — Moat valuable; Jill Sandera — Moat Valuable. Track Member Recognized: Five member of the 1982 Track Team were given apecial awarda for their achievementa during the aeaaon. They were Dexter Small, Ava Whitfield, Bobby Shumpert, Brenda Davie, Derrick Thomaa. 78ORGANIZATIONS1981-82 Student Council Officers: Darren Mullins, Vice-President; John Wilson, Sponsor; Beth Ramage, President; and LeeAnn Parham, Secretary. Student Council members are responsible for the following: Attending the Student Council workshop at the University of Mississippi; Sponsoring Twirp Week the week of Valentine’s; Sponsoring Spirit Week the week of Homecoming with activities throughout the week; Sponsoring the Student body elections with speeches by the candidates; Sponsoring the door decorations at Christmas; and Sponsoring Teacher Appreciation Week with “little angel” deeds. 80 Members of the Student Council are as follows: Gregg Wax, Vernadean Dobbs, Debbie Galloway, Roxie Hightower, Van Hurt, Pebbles East, Bobby Shumpert, Mitzi Sanders, Gloria Burdine, Stephanie Marshall, Rachel Reich, Amy Bunch, Jane Lewis, Marla Pearson, and Valerie Smith.NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY National Honor Society: Laura Leigh Fowlkea, President; Sharon Huakey, Vice-President; Beth Ramage, Secretary and Treasurer; Hiron Cowan, Phil Reese, Peyton Ross, Jill Sanders, Suzanne Maxcy, LeeAnn Parham, Patti Brown, Kat Holman, and Dina Faulkner, Mr. Rodabough, Sponsor. The National Honor Society inducted 13 new members this year. The following were inducted: Phil Reese, Peyton Ross, Elly Vance, Maureen Jessup, Van Hurt, Roxie Hightower, Melanie Moffett, Darren Mullins, Dave Giles, Stephen Morris, Beth Baker, Jolene Hoots, and Mary May. The dub sponsored the “Most Improved” for each six weeks and sold corsages and boutonniers for Homecoming.Left to right: Don Brazil; Sentinel; Bobby Shumpert, Reporter; Jimmy Rievea, Vice President; Mr. Riley, Chapter Advisor; Back row Kirk Sawyer, Secretary; Bill Wamble, President; Glen Payne, Treasurer. Tool ID Team. It is composed of Sandy Evans, Mark Buchanan Stanley Ostrowski, and Robert Shelly. Waiting in line for Burger and Berry . 82 Look at all those faces. Let's get serious.“Here We Are” We are Future Farmers We are for real — We have been “Outstanding In our Field.” We do it all — Milk, Plow And even haul hay — We have a nick-name We’re the FFA. Bill Wamble, President Jimmy Rievea, Vice-president Kirk Sawyar, Secretary Glen Payne, Treaaurer Bobby Shumperl, Reporter Don Braiil, Sentinel Roper Goodwin, Student Adviaor Raymond Anderaon Donny Bennett Mark Buchanan Scott Cagle Wendell Calhoun Joey Clark Larry Cody Jim Coggin Dee Comer William Croom Jimmy Danklna Mika Edgeworth Kim Edwarda David Eggar Sandy Evana John Feara Johnny Gann Todd Gann Malcolm Glenn Ben Harlow Steve Hatcher Robin Heater Ben Hill William Howard Chad Jackaon Randy Southerland Bobby Joe King Richard Kyle Anthony Lackey Richard Lankford Michael Leech David McCollum Steve Miller Phillip Minga Jeff Moon Stanley Oatrowaki Keith Parker William Parka Doug Patteraon Brad Porter Wade Pounda Ricky Rea Keith Reemer L aa Reevea Tim Ritter Danny Ruaaell Keith Sandera Robert Shelley Glen Smith Paul Smith Robert Smith Steve Smith Wayne Stewart Brad Tate Mark Thornton Rodney Todd Barry White Jamie Hatcher Ronnie Pierce Shawn McPheraon Club Sweetheart — Angle GarrettDECA The DECA officers are ee follow: Tami Bunch, Parliamentarian; Scott For-bua, President; Renee Hoots, Vice-President; Vernadean Dobbs, Secretary; and Bert Jones, Representative, Sponsor, Mark Bailey Dtetnet Winner are: Keith Flurry, Ural piece Automotive end Petroleum; Ronnie Moans, second piece Advanced Services; Randy Harmon, second place. Finance Credit. Ronnie Means also placed third In Advanced Service at state and qualified to go to National Competition. Last Minute information before competition. Members of DECA are as follows: Kathy Chism, Vernadean Dobbs, Scott Forbus, Charlotte Greenhill, Norris Hampton, Lisa Harrison, Renee Hoots, David Hole man, Derrick Jenkins, Bert Jones, Mary Jones, Henry Kyle, Jimmy McIntosh, Jackie Meadors, Ronnie Means, Michelle Rainey, Bill Tate, Derrick Thomas, Jim WiggingtonFBLA FBLA Officer for 1981-1982 are: Suzanne Maxcy, Vice preaident; Hiron Cowan, Preeident; Van Hurt, Secretary; Cynthia Marshall, Representative; Robyn Forbus, Historian; Sharon Huskey, Parliamentarian; Kat Holman, Reporter; Pebbles East, Historian; Vernadean Dobbs, Representative; Debbie Galloway, Treasurer. Winner mi Stmtm Competition: Lite Reeve , Fifth place, Stenographer t Shelia Hunter, Second place. Accounting I; Kat Holman, Fifth place. Extemporaneous speaking; LeeAnn Parham, Second place, Mi a FBLA; Pebble East and Robyn Forbus, Second place. Scrapbook. Amory me also named -Stoat Outstanding Chapter in state. The Parliamentary Procedures Team composed of Sharon Huskey, Suzanne Maxcy, Peyton, Hiron Cowan, and Van Hurl placed second at state competition. Beth Fikes, First pises, public speaking; Lisa Fowlkes, First place, Business Math I. FBLA members raised over S3000 for the March of Dimes. Members raised $892.13 in a door to door campaign and $2,128.89 through the Reading Olympics conducted at Amory Middle School and Amory Elementary School. Members also played Santa for three needy children from the Amory area at Christmas. At the end of school members enjoyed a picnic in the park. 85Y T E E N S Y-Teens 1981-1982: Elly Vance, Brenda Davia, Jackie Gilleylen, (back row) Michelle Adams, Cynthia Fuller, Pam Haynea, Arliaa Hill, Carol Kilgore, Rose Mary Smith, Linda Strong, Shall Walton, Marilyn Westbrook, Tanya White, Leigh Vance, and Vernadean Dobba, Mary Jones Officers of Y-Teens are: Vernadean Dobbs, President; Brenda Davis, Vice-president; Shall Walton, Secretary; Elly Vance, Parliamentarian; Jackie Gilleylen, Reporter. Y-Teens hosted the Area III Conference this year. Leigh Vance was elected President of Area III at this conference. Y-Teens collected canned goods for a needy family in November for their Thanksgiving Project. Y-Teens gave Valentines to the occupants Of Amory Manor. Y-Teen members with sponsor, Mrs. Benkhead. Y-Teens sent Mother’s Day cards to the mothers at Amory Manor. 86Members of the Hi-Y for 1981-1982 are: David Boyd, Tim Watson, Frank Durrett, Reid Wilkerson, Bill Tate, LeeAnn Parham, Gwenda Ezell, Melanie Shields, Lisa Armstrong, Linda Haney, Beth Ramage, Sharon Huskey, Kim Williams, Terri Reeves, Jill Sanders, Cynthia Marshall, Ricky Rea, Peyton Ross, Henry Lee Pruitt, Laura Garner, Laura Leigh Fowlkes, Patti Brown, Lisa Patterson, Debbie Galloway, Michelle Rainey, Dina Faulkner, Rebecca Moon, Beth Fikes, Renee Moore, Karen Chew, Teresa Clay, Derrick Jenkins, Van Hurt, Billy Patillo, Stephanie Marshall, Annette Loyd, Kathy Jackson, Robyn Forbus, and Randy Sutherland The Amory Hi-Y Club was involved in two service related activities during the school year. In October club members held a roadblock to collect money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Cystic Fibrosis is a disease of the respiratory system which strikes young children. The second project was to assist with refreshments for the runners participating in the Great Railroad Run. H I YPEPTOMIST Members of Peptomiat Staff: Beth Baker, Amy Bunch, Karen Chew, Rhonda Colburn, Tracey Crump, — News Editor, Louis Duke, Beth Fikes — Editor, Lisa Fowlkes, Sandra Ghoston, Dave Giles — Assistant Editor, Sandra Gosa, David Harris, Kat Holman — News Editor, Susan Holman, Kathy Levya, Suzanne Maxcy — Special Columns Editor, Dan Morris, Stephen Morris — Feature Editor, Darren Mullins, Joey Nesbit, Lee Ann Parham, Geneva Patterson, Billy Pattillo, Terri Reeves, Jim Sanders, Melanie Shields, Leigh Vance, Gregg Max, Susan Webster, Cynthia Marshall — Club and Class Editor, Jolene Hoots, Lauren English, Lisa Armstrong, and Steve Smith. The PEPTOMIST, published once every six weeks, is a continuing record of school activities, information, social news, honors, and photographs. 88SCIENCE CLUB Science club officers: President, Sharon Huskey; Vice-president, Greg Wax; Secretary, Jolene Hoots; Asst. Secretary, Melanie Shields; Treasurer, David Boyd; Reporter, Darrel Riggins; Parliamentarian, Bobby Shumpert; Sponsor, Rosaland Wise Science Club’s entry in the Homecoming Parade Club Roster: Renee Moore LeeAnn Parham Melanie Shields Jolene Hoots Rebecca Moon Darrel Riggins Randal Waycaster Sandra Ghoston Annette Loyd Angie Porter Gwenda Ezell Jim Sanders Mike Sanders David Boyd Richard Barrentine Van Hurt Bobby Shumpert Shelia Hunter Pepper Massengil Greg Wax Stephanie Strawbridge Sharon Husky Beth Ramage Elly Vance Terry Mann Trellis Morgan Leigh Vance Raquel Jones A rlisa Hill Dina Faulkner Mia Bunch Jill Sanders The Science Club is open to any student who has taken one year of science. The aim is to motivate students in the field of science. This year the club gave Christmas baskets to a needy family in Amory and had a Christmas gathering at Pizza Inn. The club sponsored a “bike-a-thon” to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Members and non-members participated in this worthwhile event. 89 Officera of the Spanish club 1981-82: Beth Ramage, President; Missy Shepherd Secretary Treasurer; Sharon Huskey, Vice president; Darrel Riggins, Reporter. Member of the Spanish Club ere Keren Bailey, Sarah Ballard, Richard Barrentine, Rick Barrie, Sandi Booth, Kim Braetiald, Barbara Brown, Patti Brown, Gloria Burdine, Scott Cagle, Laura Lee Capps, Keith Davis, David Eggar, Larry Fllppo, Mike Flowers, Patricia Garrett, Rhea Gillentine, Sandra Gosa, Donna Hammock, Linda Haney, Marilyn Hall, Pam Haynes, Kirk Hodo, Heidi Holloway, Jolene Hoots, Sheila Hunter, Sharon Huskay, Anthony Jenkins, Latricia Johnson, Raquel Jonas, Pat Jordon, Jane Lewis, Suzanne Loden, Cynthia Marshall, Pepper Massenglll, Suzanne Maxcy, Mary May, Jimmy McIntosh, Glen Payne, Marla Pearson, Gene Pierce, Karen Pierce, Mary Prestridge, Beth Ramage, Angela Rieves, Darrel Riggins, Todd Robertson, Peyton Ross, Sylvia Rowe, Mitzi Sanders, Missy Shepherd, Patti Shepherd, Al Stephens, Stephanie Strawbridge, Michael Thornton, Tami Turner, Diane Wade, Greg Wax, Randall Waycaster, Mollye Waatherbee, Greg Whitaker, Teresa Whitaker, Shellie Wright, Dina Faulkner. Members of the Spanish Club enjoyed the annual hayride and hotdog supper at Mr. Ortiz house in October. During Thanksgiving the club contributed can foods and other necessities to a needy family. Foreign Language Fair Winners: Jolene Hoots, 1st Poetry recitation, 3rd year; Karen Bailey, 3rd Poetry Recitation, 2nd year; Jim Sanders, 3rd Miscellaneous overall; Jolene J| Hoots, 1st dolls overall; Marla Pearson elected Sec Trea. Spanish Club Of MS. Skit Thp Spanish Club had an antry in tha placed 3rd in State. Homecoming Parade. Thia year’s antry was “The Matador and his playful Bull. French Club Officers arm. Dave Giles, Vice-president; Bath Fikma, Smcrmtsry; Kat Hot man, President, Susan Holman, Junior rapreaantativa; Frank Durrmtl, Sanior rapraaantatlva; and Bryan Wilkinson, Sophomora representative. Members oftha Franch club arm: Lisa Armstrong, David Boyd, Kim Cockrall, Karan Cham, Hlron Cowan, Laura Laigh Fowlkas, Jack la Qlllaylan, Maureen Jassup, Anthony Lacky, Arnaal Lows, Cris Minlch, Rabacca Moon, Ranaa Moors. Trallls Morgan, LaaAnn Parham, Jill Bandars, Malania Shlalds, Elly Vanca, Anthony Saraco, Bath Bakar, Pabblas East, Pat Qatas, Sandra Goes, Roxle Hightowsr, Susan Lodan, Staphan Morris, Darran Mullins, Kavln Pannall, Kirk Sawyar, Kalth Shutt, Laigh Vanca, Jackia Bynum, Charyl Cockrall, Rhonda Colburn, Tracay Cox, Lisa Fowlkas, Kathy Hanay, Danna Hurlay, Kathl Lavya, David McCollum, Oanava Pattarson, Rachal Raich. Rosemary Saraco, Deborah Tarry, Natalia Tubb, Susan Webstar, Astra Whitfield, Sarah Williams, Dannie Word, Angia Aired, Louis Duka, Paige Durratt. Sandra Ghoaton, Malana Hamilton, Arllsa Hill, David Howell, Lori Mann, Joel Montat, Dan Morris, Angela Rock, 8tava Smith, and Shundra Young. F R E N C H National French Exam Winners Dave Giles — 1st In state, 3rd year French; Patricia Gates — Top 20%, First year French; Darran Mullins — 2nd in state, 3rd year French; Arllsa Hill — Top 20%, First year French; Sandra Qosa — Top 20%, First year French; (Back Row) Laigh Vanca — Top 20%, 2nd year French; Rhonda Colburn — 1st In state, 2nd year French; Rachel Raich — 4th In state, 1st year French; (Front Row) Foreign Language Fair Winners Dave Giles — 1st In state advanced extemporaneous prose reading, 1st In stats advanced oral proficiency; Hans Ruoss — 1st In state In 2nd year French poetry recitation; Susan Holman — 2nd In state all languages tor audio-visual presentations; Tracay Cox — 2nd In state 2nd year French extemporaneous prose reading; Louis Duka — 2nd In state 1st year French extemporaneous prose reading; Leigh Vanca — 3rd In state In 2nd year French written proficiency; Sandra Goes — 2nd In state In 1st year French ora! proficiency. I French Club’e entry in the Homecoming Pa-rede.THESPIANS President end Vice-president of Thespians are Hiron Cowan and Van Hurt. Members of Thespians for 1981-1982 are: Lisa Armstrong, Patti Brown, Karen Chew, Hiron Cowan, Beth Fikea, Linda Haney, Kat Holman, Sharon Huskey, Pam Johnson, Suzanne Maxcy, Rebecca Moon, LeeAnn Parham, Karen Reater, Frank Durrett, Beth Baker, Dave Giles, Susan Holman, Van Hurt, Melanie Moffett, Laura Moreland, Stephen Morris, Darren Mullins, Billy Patillo, Terri Reeves, Sandi Booth, Cheryl Cockrell, Rhonda Colburn, Lisa Fowlkes, Kathy Levya, Amy Bunch, Dale Dendy, Jane Lewis, Kim Oliver, Marla Pearson, Amy Roberts. The Thespian Troupe 866 is made up of students interested in dramatics and the performing arts. The Thespians are associated with the International Thespian Society. In November they produced the one-act play, “Lemonade, for competition at the District Drama Festival held at Mississippi State. In March the Thespians presented the three act, “Ask Any Girl. The cast played two nights to packed houses and raised money to buy lights for the stage. During the year guest speakers for Thespian meetings included Dr. Bob Tomlinson, the Theatre Director at UC. In conjunction with the Thespians the second year speech class produced the weekly radio show, The Armory High School Report. Sponsored by Sonic, this has been a great public relations network for the school. Speech II also did the Homecoming program, “Celebrate, built the sets for “Ask Any Girl, and did the publicity tor the Beauty Revue.Mwtmn ot Mm Ubrtry club trt tt follow: Br.ndt L. DoW, Vtrnt D. Dobbt. a.,.., J.ntc. Ottm. Stodrt Ohotlon, JtckM Onto,Ion. Jon 0111.,I.n, Rom Htdlty, Pom Hoynoo. Arllooo Hill, ropoHor. Bobby Joo King, Lloyd, Cynthl. Mtrthtll. Mtrthtll. Socr.lory Annlo Mclnloth, P.lrlclo Mclnloth, Ow on Moult, Protldonl, Torry Holton, Vtntllrt Pock, Morion Portit. Tl uont Atndlo, Dor Ido, lltynlo Bhumport, Ro.tmtry Smith, Chorlollt Smith, Prltclllt Sponn, Jtcklo Sykot. Doborth Torry, Ullndo Vottor, Atlro Whlthold, Molindt Wllllsmt, Tanya Whlta, Judy Wllaon, Vtca-Praaldant. Lias Ward, Dannh Word, Traaaurar, and Shundra Young. Objectives: 1. To increase interest in school and regional library media services. 2. To develop interesting social relationships. 3. To enhance aesthetic appreciation. 4. To encourage the pursuit toward educational excellence. Projects: Tho Llbrory club omc.rt or. ot lotto wt Ouon Morrlo Pr.Wt.nt Jodi WUoon Vlco-Prooldont. StophooH Honholl. Socrolory: Donnit Word. Trooouror. ArSot MMT. Aoponor Mr. JuonHo Smith It Mm club , tpoooor Ths dub participates annually in tha “Christmas Chaar Projacl at Mississippi Slata Hospital at Whittiald by sanding a package. Members attended the Region XII SLAM (Student Library Assistants ot Mississippi) District meetings in Aberdeen. Club members participate actively in various school, civic, and community activities. A club scrapbook ot dub activities is planned. A library dub tea will be held at the end ot the year to honor the seniors that will be graduating. The Amory High School Library club attended the spring Region XII SLAM meeting and received two special awards. Stephanie Marshall was elected treasurer for Region XII. Cynthia Marshall was Named Outstanding Student Library Assistant tor Region XII. She will be awarded a scholarship ot titty dollars. L I B R A R Y C L U B 937 VICA Officers tor VICA are: Alan Wigginton, Vice-President; Charley Culpepper, President; Mr. Collins, Sponsor; Bill Wamble, Treasurer; Doug Webb, Parliamentarian; Patrick Shook, Student Advisor; Ronnie Means, Reporter; Marty Nicholson, Secretary. Other members not pictured are Joey Clark, Keith Reeves, Mai Wall, Shawn Roberts, Jimmy Kyle, and Toby Stanford.Editor: LooAnn Parham Co-aditora: Patti Brown and Laura Laigh Fowlkaa, Activities; Cynthia Marshall, Cluba; Mark Doraay, Sports. Ypar book Salas: Front Row: Dorrick Jon kina, Jimmy Thompaon, and Anthony Jon kina. Rock Row: Suionno Moxcy, LooAnn Porhom, Karon Chow, Thorooo Cloy, Kim Willioma, and Liao Roovoa. (Mot pic tv rod — Torooo Willioma). Ad Salas: Front Row: Suzanne Maxcy, LooAnn Parham, Jimmy Thompson, Cynthia Marshall, and Mary May. Back Row: Kim Salter, Kim Williams, Patti Brown, Laura Laigh Fowlkes, Angela Riavaa, Tracy Cox, and Ranee Moore, (not pictured — Teresa Williams).Members of Future Homemakers of America are front row: Annette Loyd, Linda Strong, Annie McIntosh; Back Row, Mary Lois Spratt, Secretary-Treasurer; Jackie Sykes; Patricia McIntosh, Marilyn Westbrook, Venettra Pack, and Sylvia Rowe. Not Pictured Mary Jones, Jimmie Pruitt, Tujana Randle, Charlotte Smith, Judy Wilson, and Anthony Wilson. Officers for FHA are: Judy Wilson, President; Charlotte Smith, Vice-President; Mary Lois Spratt, Secretary-Treasurer;HERO , r - Officers: Vernadean Dobbs, President; Ava Whitfield, vice-president; Edith Atkins, Secretary; Pat Bras-field, Assistant Secretary; Virginia Hadaway, Treasurer; Jackie Brownlee, parliamentarian. HERO Club Members are: Edith Atkins Ava Whitfield Debbie Reeves Pat Brasfield Christy Gilleylen Jackie Dilworth Jackie Brownlee Vernadean Dobbs Carol Kilgore Virginia Hadaway Herlener Randle Kathy Jackson Patricia Hausley HERO took fruit baskets to Amory Manor for their Thanksgiving project. For their Christmas project, they held a party after school on December 15. The members drew names and exchanged gifts. The fall meeting was held at IJC in Fulton on November 7, 1981. The spring meeting was held at Northeast Junior College at Booneville on March 30, 1982. District HERO Winners who advanced to state competition: Ava Whitfield, First place, Advanced Dressmaking; Marsha Anderson, First place, Beginning Sportswear; Pat Brasfield, Advanced Sportswear; Kathy Jackson, Second place, Beginning dressmaking; Virginia Hadaway, Second place, Advanced Serger; Debbie Reeves, Second place, Job Interview; Vernadean Dobbs, Second place, Advanced Lockstitch; Edith Atkins, Second place, Prepared Speech. These advanced to state competition and Debbie Reeves placed third in Job Interview.CHORUS Members of the Amory High School Chorus for 1981-1982: Patty Andrews, Donnie Bennett, Kathy Chism, Teresa day, Connie Dewitt, Lisa Fowlkes, Todd Gann, Lisa Garner, Jan Gilleylen, Tammy Holloway, Jolene Hoots, Dena Hurley, Mike Jackson, Denise Latham, Latricia Johnson, Kathi Levya, Jeff Moon, Darnell Odom, Michelle Parker, Jimmie Mae Pruitt, Ruby Pursley, Keith Remer, Keith Sanders, Charlotte Smith, Mary Lois Spratt, Linda Strong, Jackie Sykes, Ronnie Ward, Hope Webb, Marilyn Westbrook, Teresa Williams, Ulinda Vassar, Kym Caldwell, Carol Reeves, Athena Duke, Terry Mann, Rhonda Oliver, Ricky Rea 98 w £ x V TWO YEARS IN A ROW: | Elected favorites of the junior class this year were: Scott Forbus, Mary May, Patricia Gates and Bobby Shumpert. FAVORITES FOR LAST TIME: Elected favorites of the senior class this year were: (front) Michael Herron and David Boyd, and (back) Sharon Huskey and Elly Vance.ft A A A AAA SOPHOMORE CLASS FA VORITES: Favorites of the sophomore class are: (front) Gloria Burdine and Sandi Jo Booth, and (back) Dennis Word and Gene Pierce. FRESHMAN CLASS FAVORITES A T AHS: Freshman class favorites are: David McIntosh, Valerie Smith, Melana Hamilton and Tommy Griffith wuJUNIORSLaura Angelott Beth Baker Paul Barnes Richard Barrentine Gary Basom Margaret Basom Carrie Boren Dennis Braylock Don Brazil Tony Bridges Karen Bryan Bridie Burdine Dougley Carter Joey Clark Roger Clark Russ Coleman Lee Crump Charley Culpepper Donald Dilworth Pebbles East Michael Edgeworth Randy Edwards Rhonda Flippo Scott Forbus Johnny Gann Patricia Gates Dave Giles Nicole Gillentine Roger Goodwin Sandra Gosa 102Paula Griffin Marilyn Hall Sam Hand Roxie High lower David Holeman Tim Holloway Susan Holman Jolene Hoots Keith Householder Vance Householder Van Hurt Anthony Jenkins Tim Johnson Bert Jones Pat Jordan David Kendrick Brian King Mike Langford Suzanne Loden Michael McFadden . II X Mary May Jackie Meaders Melanie Moffett Jeff Moon Laura Moreland Leandrew Morgan Stephen Morris Darren Mullins Darnell Odom Stanley Ostrowski 103Allison Outlaw Kevin Pannell Randy Parker Billy Patillo Jackie Pearson Ronnie Pierce Linda Pipkin LeAnn Pope Angie Porter Beth Pound Charles Rainey Zettie Rainey Cynthia Randle Chad Ray Tim Robertson Kirk Sawyer Missy Shepherd Bobby Shumperi Keith Shutt Adam Smith Charlotte Smith Jimmy Smithson John Spann Lois Spratt Denni Stacy Toby Stanford Stephanie Strawbridge Linda Strong Jackie Sykes Lonnie Thomas 104 Ut Tina Tribble Tami Turner Dorothy Vance Leigh Vance Malcolm Wall fLiaa Weaver Tim Weal Alan Wiggington Jim Wigginton Judy Wilaon Scott Wiygul DoDe Dorse tt Lisa Reeves Missy Shepherd Sandra Gosa Junior Class Officers Left to right, Melanie Moffett, Treasurer; Pebbles East, Representative Van Hurt, Vice president Roxie Hightower, President Sandra Gosa, Secretary Bobby Shumpert, Representative 105SOPHOMORESShelia Angelo ff Karen Bailey Patti Bennett Anita Black Sandi Booth Barbara Brown Gloria Burdine Jackie Bynum Scott Cagle Sandy Childers Cheryl Cockrell Larry Cody Darrell Colburn Rhonda Colburn Tommy Conoway Tracey Cox David Dabbs Keith Davis Brenda Dobbs Kim Edwards Mike Evans Sandy Evans Crystal Ezell Larry Flippo Mike Flowers Scott Flurry Robyn Forbua Lisa Fowlkes Cary Gainey Todd Gann 108Lisa Garner Angie Garrett Patricia Garrett Sammy Garth Tommy Gillentine Malcolm Glenn Lernard Griffin Sieve Griffin Jennifer Guess Kathy Haney Mitzi Hester Kirk Hodo Heidi Holloway Richard Huffman Denna Hurley Kenny Isbell Chad Jackson Kathy Jackson Michael Jackson Racquet Jones Michael Kimble Travis Kimble Tiffany Knight Lee Kozlowitz Cindy Kyle Ricky Kyle Kathy Levya Annette Loyd David McCollum Stephanie Marshall 109Lisa Monaghan Lamont Morrow Lisa Nicholson Kathryn Parka Doug Patterson Geneva Patterson Glen Payne David Phillips Gene Pierce Karen Pierce Mary Prestridge Franklin Pruitt Herbert Puraley Mark Reese Carol Reeves Chriati Reeves Scotl Reeves Rachel Reich Angela Rievea Shawn Roberts Stephanie Roberts Hans Ruosa Kim Salter Keith Sanders Mitzi Sanders Rosemary Saraco Robert Shelly Destry Shumpert Bridget Sims Robert Smith noRosemary Smith At Stevens Anthony Stewart Wayne Stewart Cindy Sturdivant Randy Sutherland Deborah Terry Arlena Thompson Tommy Thornton Tarlyn Troupe Natalie Tubb Derrick Walker Steve Walton Lisa Ward Randal Waycaster Hope Webb Susan Webster Barry White Tanya White Clyde Whitfield Pearl Whitfield Bryan Wilkinson Mona Williams Sarah Williams Teresa Williams Dennis Word Shellie Wright Sleepy Fowlkes Teased Rieves Studious Doug m112FRESHMENBobby Allen Angie Aired Brad Avery Arthur Bailey Lisa Barrett Steve Barrett Pam Beam Donny Bennett Louise Berry Karen Black Melissa Box Brad Brasfield Kim Brasfield Mark Buchanan Amy Bunch Matt Butler Angie Calhoun Wendell Calhoun Kelley Callihan Laura Lee Capps Tim Chism Shelia Clark Jim Coggin Tracy Coleman Dee Comer William Croom Jim Crump Jimmy Dankins John Darden Anthony Davis 114 Dale Dandy Konie Dewitt Terrance Dixon Sherry Dodd Dianne Duke Louie Duke Paige Durrett Tina Edwards Tonya Edwards David Egger Noel English Harriett Ezell James Ezell John Fears Denise Ferguson Steve Galloway David Garrett Sandra Ghoston Rhea Gillentine John Gilleylen Lee Ann Goode David Greenhill Al Griffin Lester Griffin Tommy Griffith Pam Hadley Melana Hamilton Renee Hand Ben Harlow Jamie HatcherCharles Haynes Pam Haynes Chris Hester A rlisa Hill Brenda Hogan Tammy Holloway Mike Hood William Howard David Howell Charlotte Hughes Mary Jenkins Gary Jernighan Jerry Gernighan Latricia Johnson Bobby King Richard Kyle Richard Langford Denise Latham Jane Lewis David Lindsey David McIntosh Travis McIntosh Shawn McPherson Lori Mann Robbie Miller Steve Miller Rhonda Mixon Joel Montet Hal Morgan Dan Morris 116V w Phillip Morris Juan el la Morrow Terri Nelson Joey Nesbit Ramona Nunnery Kim Oliver Sam Pack Robbin Parker Keith Parker Marion Parks Marla Pearson Dean Perry Wendy Pierce Melissa Poole Brad Porter Wade Pounds Tujuana Randle Willie Randle Ronnie Reeves Keith Remer Tim Ritter Amy Roberts Todd Robertson Angela Rock Davida Rogers Danny Russell Jim Sanders Paul Shelly Patti Shepherd Elaynia Shumpert 117Gwen Shutt Bruce Small Glenn Smith Paul Smith Steve Smith Priscilla Spann Dorothy Spratt Teri Stacy Andrea Starks Brad Tate Lisa Thomas Eardie Thompson Marthia Thompson Mark Thornton Michael Thornton Gail Tidwell Rodney Todd Angela Vance Jerome Vance Ulinda Vassar Diane Wade Melissa Watson Mollye Weatherbee Jerry Westmoreland Greg Whitaker Cletus White Emma Whitfield Scott Wigginton Tommy Wilkeraon Melinda Williams 118Freshman Class Officers Left to right, Valerie Smith, Representative; Ammy Bunch, President; Marla Pearson, Representative; Jane Lewis, Vice president; Joey Nesbit, Secretary; Dan Morris, Treasurer. 119120ADMINISTRATIONSCHOOL BOARD BOARD OF TRUSTEES Mr. David Hodo, Secretary Mr. Thomaa Greer Rev. 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AMORY, MS 38821 KNIGHT’S DRIVE-IN Home Of Quality Autos Hwy 278 W. Amory 256-5967 j—TT CAYCE HARRISON “Steak Sandwiches Bus. 256-8610 Res. 256-7170 Our Specialty 139I RUE IEMPER A WILKINSON MATCH GROUP COMPANY REPLY TO: AMORY PLANT • P. O. DRAWER E • AMORY, MISSISSIPPI 38821 • TEL. 601 256-5605 NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE 140LITTLE STORE THAT'S MIGHTY BIG INSIDE WALKER MANUFACTURING Division Of TENNECO AUTOMOTIVE 704 Highway 25 South Aberdeen, MS 39730 (601) 369-7161 WALKER- [TENNECO] 141Howard Moon Compliments Of Your Chancery Clerk’s Office Howard Moon And Staff afs V Thalia Tommy Hawkins South (Antozy JCozut HWY. 278 WEST AMORY. MISSISSIPPI 38021 PHONE 256-5009 ROUTE 1 ABERDEEN MISS 39730IHWY 45 WRENI The Village Smiths Elizabeth Jeanette Smith (601 )256-3996 FEATURING - THE SAWMILL -HANDCRAFTED FURNITURE HANDMADE ITEMS ANO ACCESSORIES FOR THE HOME Compliments Of SCRIBNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC. Compliments Of STARKS LAND SURVEYING ' ] ml We’re Here For You. Each office is independently owned and operated. POPE’S REALTY f amuly siioip ... S9iS 205 EIGHTH AVE. NORTH AMORY. MISSISSIPPI 38821 142 Compliments Of C D OlAMONOt-WATCHCt-OlPTS FRISCO WATCH INSPKCTOR AMORY MISSISSIPPI Mill LUMBER CO. McCULLEN’S GROCERY CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION AMORY AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSN. New Cars And Trucks P.O. Box 560 Amory, MS 38821RED KAP INDUSTRIES Apparel Excellence Since 1923 P.O. Box 559 Amory, Mississippi 38821 amoRy fedeRAl savings AND LOAN ASSOCIATION AMORY, MISS. 38821 “Where You Save Does Make A Difference” 144 Quality Sporting Goods SANDERSON REDI-MIX, INC. Charlie, Billie Charity Young P.O. BOX 393 PH. 256-9301 Phone: 256-9967 Highway 6 West AMORY, MISSISSIPPI 38821 HWY. 278 WEST 25 9535 AMORY. MS 38821 CC.PM, IN COUPON ATCO P.O. Box 1 7 AMORY. MISSISSIPPI 3U 1 °T = 'fawsii ’s Jltfagic Sciswrs = = =■ naxb Aair atyotnYsn il us Compliments Congratulations Seniors Of Compliments Of ANTHONY’S MENS SHOP WEST GROCERY REALTOR® COLE INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. WILKERSON APPLIANCES General Electric Amory, MS 38821 COLE REALTY Ph: 256-7157 145SHIELD’S GROCERY AND CRAFT SHOP Hwy 25 South AUTOMOTIVE PARTS SERVICE Charles Sanderson London Jones Highway 278 Amory, MS 38821 Compliments Of PARK HOTEL AND RESTAURANT 256-9373 PICKLE’S DRIVE-IN Home Of Southern Fried Chicken, Fresh Catfish, Hughpuppies Call Orders — They Will Be Ready Big Cool Dining Room 256-8403 WELCOME TO nrLTTu-nur A, Compliments Of BUDDY’S DEPARTMENT STORE Amory, Mississippi 38821 gSSp8 ” Glendale Shopping Center Amory, MS 256-3531 COURTESY IS CARING EAST REXALL DRUGS Glendale Shopping Ctr. Amory, Mississippi 256-8441 256-8442 Van P. East Jr. Reg. Pharmacist Hallmark Cards A Gift Ctr. THE BUD STEM SHOP 730 S. Blvd. Dr. 256-8455 F.T.D. — TeleFlora — Flora Fax Bobby Tart — Floral Consultant 146BANK’S FURNITURE REECE DAIRY ba? ts£ milk milk 256-2991 IOt till A... N. AMO Y Compliments Of Wallace Scott Phil Roberts HOME MORTGAGE AND REALTY, INC. AMORY PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER SUPER DRUG AMORY, MISS. I The Family Drug Store That Saves You Money Also Radio Shack Dealer Amory, Mississippi BUCK WOODS Tire$ton TIRE SERVICE CENTER Your Key To Value Catalog Order Plan STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES HOME OFFICE BLOOMINGTON. ILLINOIS llOB Res. PMONt 296-9234 Amory. MS 3882t 147BRASFIELD AND HORNE Compliments Of PALMER CARPETS Amory, MS 38821 206 6th Ave. N. Amory 256-5944 DEPOSITORS SAVINGS 214 S. Main St. Amory, MS 38821 SHOP AT WHITE’S And Save For Your Christmas Toys And Home Needs “Congratulations Seniors From FRANCIS INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 256-2747 Stock' Off r4 tor t Clothing and Shoes For The Family N. MAIN STREET AMORY. MISS. 38821 CITY AUTO PARTS WRIGHT’S JEWELERS ■■ AMORY AND FULTON Oltl 'O A ifn TLIIi O o M QUEST 203 Third Ava s. sagas Amory, MS 256-2691 RINGS AND THINGS Amory Plaza Shopping Center High School Class Ring Headquarters 148G YDRUGS Amory 256-2646 Custom Draperies, bedspreads. a» roman Shades cMome. dfi aim £It£l HATLEY ROAD AMORY. MISSISSIPPI Phone BUS 256 7789 bert ft Syble Thompson res. 256-5610 COOKIE CO., INC. Finest Quality Cookies Wayne Cox CHARLIE’S Glendale Shopping Center 3© Amory, MS COMMERCIAL—RESIDENTIAL—INDUSTRIAL Fly Electric Company 4th Avenue North AMORY, MISSISSIPPI 38821 DONALD FLY BUS. PH. 601-256-7240 Owner RES. PH 601 -963-2554 149BANK OF AMORY 150SECURITY BANK Each depositor insured to $40,000 ffOERAl DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Member F.D.I.C. Four Locations To Serve You 151BRYAN-ROGERS AUTOMOTIVE PARTS COMPLETE LINE OF PARTS ACCESSORIES FOR CARS, TRUCKS, IMPORTS FARM EQUIPMENT. PLUS PAINT TOOLS MECHANIC SUPPLIES. dNflPflk AMORY 1unrnr 256-3781 or 256-3224 205 N. 3RD ST. AMORY FLOWER SHOP 507 3rd Ave. South 256-2092 Or 256-4709 Congratulations HAIR DESIGN 500 South Main 256-4669 THE VILLAGE GREEN NEW BEGINNINGS LARSON’S BIG STAR FITNESS CENTER 2nd Ave A 6th St. 104-5th Avenue, North Amory, MS 38821 Amory, MS 256-8436 Ronnie Boozer VILLAGE PHARMACY Tax Collector “Best RX Prices ” Monroe County 256-9777 152Compliments Of PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS CLINIC Good Luck Seniors 153Photographs By Noel Harmon Specialist In Weddings School Pictures Portraits Complete Service 256-5621 SHIRLEY’S FASHIONS Latest Fashions In Bridal Dresses Formal Wear Pageant Dresses Party Dresses We Stock A Large Selection 256-9958STEWART’S PHOTOGRAPHY tAjL Qyruyinyry x X u -f CL {r-£J! r . cl. £a “utz cjy MiA hXtj l J u4y kxxt cl laX 5 yeXiAXcL OoA.ks4 Xp xl)(Xo cl bJkx cC, 7 lAKAuje Mx Being editor of the Panorama this year has been a lot of work, but if has certainly been a lot of fun Mrs. Moffett’s Sth period “workshop” was a blast! I hope everyone enjoys the bookI 156 Lee Ann Parham

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