Andalusia High School - Memolusia Yearbook (Andalusia, AL)
- Class of 1967
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High School might give the impression of
only the superficial facets of school lifeg hut,
just as an individual face expresses what is
insiclc the heart-wisdom, happiness, disap-
pointment, lovc-so docs the face of Andy
symbolize every phase of life at A.H.S.
! administration and faculty
the face of leadership and guidance
Administration Advances With New Principal
On September 2, 1966, the 7:58 bell of
the public address system was rung by
Mr. I. Murray King initiating his first year
as principal of Andalusia High. During
the year, Mr. King strove to make Andy
High outstanding in every aspect. Aiding
him in his endeavor were Mr. Oscar M.
Zeanah, superintendent of Andalusia
Schools, Mr. Shelby Scrcy, assistant prin-
cipal, and The Board of Education.
Mr. Oscar M. Zeanah
Mr. King outlines day's plans with
Mr. I. Murray King Mr. Shelby Searcy
BOARD OF EDUCATION-SEATED: Mr. James A. Thompson, Mr. Oscar M. Zeanah, Dr. E. P. King. STANDING: Mr.
john Hill West, Mr. L. R. Deal, and Dr. W. W. Wadsworth.
Secretaries Prove lnvaluable To Administration
Warm smiles and a readiness to serve
were two qualities that labeled secretaries
as complimentary assets to Andalusia
High Schoolis smooth functioning. Super-
vising work in the new principalys office
was Mrs. Ken Nichols, while Mrs. Mark
Gibson, Mrs. H. H. Iones, and Mrs. H.
B. Roberts coordinated inter-school inter-
ests for the superintendents office. Hand-
ling special and routine correspondence,
receiving visitors, and assisting students
and faculty were but a few of their val-
Receiving messages for Superintendent Oscar
Zeanah is only one of Mrs. Gibson's varied tasks.
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Mrs. H. B. Roberts
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principal's office provides
spacious working areas for
both administrators and
Experienced And Devoted English Teachers
To express oneself clearly, to read dis-
criminately, to explore the primary philos-
ophies of life-these were some of the
needs of students which A.H.S.Qs English
Department sought to meet.
Instructors in this field believed that
the mastery of English would provide tools
that would not only aid students in all
areas of their scholastic endeavors but
would also serve to enrich their future
lives, both vocationally and avocationally.
Recognizing a need to avoid repetition
of study, teachers planned coordination of
English instruction throughout the depart-
ment. The concept of team teaching was
considered as a means to maintain a moti-
vating course of study under the direction
of new department head, Miss Winona
Miss Winona King Miss Clyde Simmons
Mr. Joseph Wingard
Mr. Daniel Shehan Hi-Lite sponsor, Mr. Wingard, and Philip Wise confer over back issues of the
Accelerate New Interests Into Action
Seniors Betty Searcy and Aurelia Scherf tackle English research papers.
Mrs. Robert Anderson
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Miss Ellen Barrow
Recreating the tragedy of Macbeth from the Elizabethean stage, Miss Clyde Miss Lynda Latimer
Simmons sparks her class with her own love of literature.
Tides Of Histor
The character of a country cannot be
understood without a basic knowledge of
the people and events that have shaped its
history. Politics, Viet Nam, racial riots, and
inflation are only a few of today's prob-
lems, which will determine tomorroW,s his-
tory. Keeping abreast of these changing
times, an effective social studies depart-
ment is a vital component of today,s cur-
riculum. Courses offered this year in An-
dalusia High School,s Social Studies De-
partment are Alabama History, American
History, civics, geography, government,
and world history.
Traoed By Social tudies
Mr. William E. Kennedy Mrs. I. H. Greene
Miss Annalee Simmons
Mrs. james T. Syler Ronny Horton and Emily Albritton, elected Good Citizens by the junior Class,
report to Miss Annalee Simmons on the State conference they attended in
Students As Current Events Create Interest
Juniors john Northrop, Candy Bozeman, Margaret Sikes, Mike Wells, and Joy
McDaniel show deadline anxiety over weekly American History outside read.ing.
Larry Tillery purchases materials for a study of Communism in Mrs. Pete Creene's
Mr. Phillip E. Brogden
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Mrs. Mal Browder
Mr. Fred A. Stearns
Total Enrichment Program Recently Expanded
Mrs. Eric Russell Mrs. Dave Lancaster
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Mrs. Russell, librarian, refiles magazines used
for research papers.
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Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Bennett find the modern facilities of the reading laboratory true educational aids.
To Enlighten tudents, Cultural Interests
The expanded academic and extra cur-
ricular program of Andy High emphasized
cultural enrichment. Art, A Capella Choir,
audio visual training, developmental read-
ing, and careers were claimed as valuable
additions. Opportunities for a thorough ex-
ploration of individual interests became
possible, While ideas were formulated for
even greater milestones of progress.
Mr. Jim Nettles Mr. Charles Hinson
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Bewvildered student is challenged by Spanish lab Mrs, Phillip Brogden Miss Ma,-go Russell
Mrs. Phillip Brogden instructs a second-period student in the art of arranging
Mrs. M. D. Taylor
Expanded Program And New Instructors
The math and science departments boast
an amplified curriculum after two years
of re-evaluation. New teachers and courses
hi-lighted both fields of study. A summer
course for the junior high to facilitate un-
derstanding of the new math was initiated
by Mrs. Ierry Andrews, head of the Math
Department. Mr. Clayton Thomas as-
sumed the position of senior math instruc-
tor, and Mrs. Lloyd Crawford, a new
science teacher, instituted a ninth grade
general science course to expand the total
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cation, Mr. Thomas explains a
geometry theorem to Charles Bates
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Motivate Students Toward Scientific Thinking
Mr. james A. Wilson Mrs- Lloyd Crawford
Sammy Livings finds a "friend" in the science lab.
Mrs. Albert Rankin
Mr. J. A. Wison, head of the Science Department, demonstrates the art MTS- Lee Ballgh
of making oxygen.
Vocational Programs Accelerate With New
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Mr. Mike Smithson
Enjoying the facilities of the new industrial arts building, boys in the sixth period
class work on individual projects.
Miss Mildred Hart Characteristic of teachers, willingness to provide after-class assistance, Mrs. Pat
Yeargain shows Francis Scott how to lay out a pattem.
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Courses Taught In Modern Classrooms
Observing the current trend. in educa-
tional concepts, the vocational program
was elevated by several innovations. In
home economics students found the newly
remodeled classroom and air-conditioning
motivating. New, air-conditioned rooms
challenged distributive and vocational in-
dustrial education students to improve per-
Members of the fourth-period Vocational Agriculture class work on
the model green house, one of the department's many projects.
Paul Armstrong applies tedious care to an original mechanical
formance. Vocational agriculture, initiated
this year, provided four new courses with
an emphasis on horticulture. The industrial
arts and home economics departments ex-
tended the total curriculum to teach junior
high exploratory classes.
Mr, W, C, Carr Mr. George Williams
Mr. James Wyrosdick
Commercial Courses ffer Vocational Training
An important dimension of the business
World provided by various commercial
classes offered students practice in clerical
skills. The expanding course of study was
greatly facilitated by a new office occupa-
tions classroom designed to challenge each
studentis interest and performance. Fre-
quently students Iended their services to
other departments by typing programs
and assisting in the administrative offices.
Mrs. Robert Linder Mrs. lack Moore
Mr. james T. Syler
Mrs. Linder, who often lends her skills and equipment to various school
projects, prints programs for the Choral Christmas Concert.
5 First year typing student Wyatt Reaves discovers the usefulness of correct
posture and dexterity skill.
Amplified Guidance Program Aids A.l-l.S.
Mr. Curtis Thomasson Mr, Bill Ward
Dedicated to the task of guiding stu-
dents in laying the foundation of their
future careers were counselors Mr. Bill
Ward and Mr. Curtis Thomasson. They
opened the doors of the newly remodeled
guidance offices to students seeking aca-
demic and personal counseling. A broad-
ened testing program enhanced the coun-
selors, role of helping students perform
in accordance with their abilities and ex-
pectations. The substantial growth of the
department weighed heavily in contribu-
ting to an outstanding school year.
Guidance counselors Mr. Ward and Mr. Thomas-
son confer with special education instructors, Mrs
Grant and Mr. Stuart, on their progress.
Special Education Achieves Advanced Mark
Mrs. Calvin Grant Mr.. John Stuart
Exercising considerable initiative and di-
rection, Mrs. Calvin Grant and Mr. john
Stuart steared the special education pro-
gram through outstanding accomplish-
ments. The division of students into junior
and senior high curriculums with regu-
larly scheduled classes was an important
modification. Upon occupying their new
work area on December 14, they realized
astounding progress. Continued efforts
toward. providing an environment to reach
and develop each studentis potential and
to aid him in vocational placement identi-
fied the department's program.
Physical education classes enable students to attain physical fitness and mental alertness through the daily, rigorous calis
Mr. Leon Akins Mr. Doug Barfield Mr. Larry Hancock
Physical Education Courses Stress Fitness
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programs underwent vigorous routines of ss
daily physical fitness emphasizing team-
work and cooperation. Instruction in tra- 9 Am H
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motivated the girls, and the new mats Z ip 5 ":' f
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and sports added a fresh dimension to A li h
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Popular sports-football, basketball, diiii
and baseball-were enjoyed by enthusias- '
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coaches endeavored to teach athletic if if
skills and to coordinate an effective pro- Mrs. Howard Ham Miss Ca,.01ynHawkins
Crew f Sixteen Maintains Andalusia Hi h
VVorking to keep Andalusia High
School's attractive appearance, the mainte-
nance personnel under the supervision of
Mr. Foyl Hudgens cleaned each class-
room daily, kept the campus free from
litter, and assisted with landscaping.
The cafeteria workers proved their cul-
inary abilities by preparing delicious,
nourishing meals for the faculty and stu-
dent body. Planning the menus and super-
vising the cafeteria workers was Mrs.
Through the efforts of these groups
Andalusia High School was able to main-
tain a high level of efficiency.
Mr Foyl Hudgens Mr Jeff Lunsford MF- .lim Williams
Mrs Paul jordan Mrs Bill Patterson Mrs Q P Pickron Nirs Isy Anderson, Mrs. Mozel Akins, Mrs. Rosa Goldsmith
Cundrum Mrs Christine Lawson Mrs Mary Alice Boyd Mr. Louis Ioanson. and Mr. Sidney Blue.
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In preparation for home economics students, Mrs. Pat
Yeargain and Miss Mildred Hart organize a bulletin board
demonstrating new fall fashions.
Early August brings with it sultry weather and an abun-
dance of strenuous work as Andy High football players
enter into daily exercises and scrimmages.
A week of summer camp activities keeps Nancy
Hair and Emil Albritton bus as the strive to
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perfect complicated cheering formations.
Hustle! Deadline September ll Humming with
activity on a sweltering summer afternoon, Anda-
lusia High School could hardly be called dormant.
Spirited cheerleaders, gasping with fatigue, strove
to perfect their dynamic yells. Exhausted band
members lugged heavy instruments across a baked
field after another scorching practice session. A
dust cloud hovered over the grimy football team
as determined Bulldogs scrambled in organized
confusion. The student council cabinet, suffering
from aching backs, blistered hands, and broken
fingernails, groaned as they again scrubbed the
spotless book store. Accompanied by the sharp
ring of the construction workers' hammers, the
faculty labored with dedicated vigor over the flood
of schedule cards. And then the first bell rang, the
doors opened wide, and students, life, and laughter
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Summer activities for student council cabinet members,
Lois Adderhold and Philip Wise, include meetings with
Mr. Ward concerning oncoming fall assemblies.
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Taking on new responsibilities as
drum major, Steve Wiggins leads the
band in a daily summer practice.
Throughout the summer months workers continue con-
struction of new annexes containing modern classrooms to
provide additional space for the expanding curriculum of
A. H. S.
Members of the Andy High marching band participate in one of the regularly
scheduled summer moming drills as they strive to reach perfection of their
complicated marching procedures for the opening football game.
Exuberant Students I nite Explosive Spirit
Bulldog fans raise five fingers to signify the number of
seconds they must wait until they can officially hail their
team victorious over the Troy Trojans.
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To tumble into the mud as the taut rope snaps
signaling the end of Field Day, to warmly thank
a magazine buyer who has just boosted your class
earnings, to paste weird designs on a trash can
hoping to attract some would-be litterbug, to
plunge fearlessly into an impossible first semester
test, to frown at the prospects of undertaking a
gigantic float but to smile at the immense chal-
lenge presented, to wave a poster bearing the name
of your choice for president of the student council,
to wildly hug a confetti-covered friend as the clock
shows Zero seconds left in the game, to add your
voice to the tidal wave of sound rising from the
bleachers, to thank God for a democratic school
and country as you witness the flag rising-this
is spirit, our spirit-that spark ignited by whole-
hearted participation and kept burning by school
Field Day tension is brought to a heated climax
as determined Juniors and Seniors exert whole-
hearted efforts in an attempt to gain final points
for their class.
A world of excitement and laughterg a world where voices
blend in a mad chorus of victory criesg a world of school
spirit-the world of a pep rally.
FIRST ROW: Barbara Brooks, Betsy Banks, Evelyn Northrop. SECOND
ROW: Barbara Daniels, Rhonda Herring, Mary Lynn Turner, Cherry
Preston and Susan Studstill, assume the responsibility of boosting the spirit
of Junior and B-team football fans.
Alternates Brenda Tatum and Christy
Waits show skill in demonstrating a new
cheering formation used by Junior
Junior Cheerers And Alternates Add Pep
An air of confidence, a determined spirit,
and a flamboyant personality are all traits
of an alternate cheerleader. She, whose key
word is readiness, remained able to fill any
vacancy created in the varsity cheerleader
The junior cheerleaders must possess these
same vital qualities in order to successfully
build Bulldog pep. With their rousing yells
these girls have vigorously supported the
junior and B-teams, thus assuming a multiple
role in Andyis sports program.
Recognized for boosting spirit through cheering and
dedicated Pep Club work are varsity alternates,
Janet Southwell, Martha Pittman, and Edith Bristow.
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0 Varsity C eerleaders Spark Andy Spirit
XVith hopes of heiug chosen, she demonstrated
fear-tinged yells before the critical studentsg and
when her name was announced. she shrieked with
joy. Tired and sore. she worked in the midsummer
heat to perfect a new cheer. Before her first pep
rally, her stomach tightened with the fear that she
might make a mistakeg and when her team took
the field in the opening game, she feared the out-
come. XVith damp hair and a strained expression,
she pleaded support for the trailing Bulldogsg but
when her team added the winning points, she
smiled radiantly. She is a varsity cheerleader-9.
symbol of the spirit of A.H.S.
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Marking the long awaited beginning of the fierce gridiron battle, the re-
vengeful Andy football team bursts through the hoop tearing apart the
words "Lick Enterprise", a slogan that well expresses their aspirations for
a flawless homecoming day.
The crowning of queen Judy Stokes by
her escort Jerry Palmer is the climax
of an evening preceded by an eventful
Tradition To Create Perfect Homecoming
On Saturday morning the halls were bare.
There were pieces of tape awkwardly cling-
ing to the wall-evidence that some poster
proclaiming Andyis invincibility had been
torn down. The contrast of a practically
soundless hall to the echoing blast "Beat En-
terprisen was shocking. In the auditorium
hung the banner saluting the classes of '27.
'37, '47, and ,57, a reminder of the assembly
that had honored the alumni who were spe-
cial guests of the day. Outside in the parking
lot stood the skeleton of a float-a float that
had evolved from a thought in a closed class
meeting to a masterpiece that rode trium-
phantly in the rare fair-weather parade. The
cavernous stadium was without the life that
had filled it the night before to witness the
crowning of the homecoming queen followed
by the classic gridiron struggle. Scattered
decorations were strewn over the old gym
floor where the students had ended the day
with a dance. Homecoming-1966.
Iuniors labor on Bulldog cloud.
Reigning over the 19126 homecoming festivities are seated: Lynn Gantt, Ballard Krudop, Lesa Snowden, flower bearerg
Wyatt -Reeves,.Mary lxvelyn Waits, Senior Maid, Iudy Stokes, Queen, Kathy Barfield, crownbearerg jerry Palmer, Allona
Gomillion, Iunior Maud, Greg Berry. Standing: David Moore, Edith Bristow, Candy Bozeman, Bob Brooks Antara Stan-
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Pep Squad-FIRST BOVV: N. Hair, P. Martin, K. Anthony, E. Albritton, T. Albritton, S. Franklin, A. Russell, R. Radcliff. SECOND ROW:
E. Bristow, G. Etheridge, J. Hill, K. Lancaster, M. Martin, M. Pittman, S. Studstill, 181. King, K. McVVhorter, I. Southwell. THIRD ROW:
C. Bonner, S. Jones, C. Griffin, N. Young, P. Meredith, C. VVaits, C. Ezzell, J. McDaniel, M. Faulk, S. King, J. Martin M. Palmer. FOURTH
ROXV: Mrs. Howard Ham, M. E. YVaits, J. Bonner, J. Cotton, J. Moulton, A. Spencer, B. Barrow, S. Smith, B. VVilliamson, P. Taylor, B.
Tatum, and A. Gommillion.
Pep Club Spurs Andy Spirit To New Leve
Each member lined the halls with unique
posters that urged Andy to Win. Each mem-
ber ripped up any available paper and stuffed
it into a box. Each member wore red and
White to school on Friday. The entire group,
composed of each member, formed a solid
unit known as the Pep Club.
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ll Howard Ham, functioned as one of the largest
organizations and as one of thc most effective
in carrying out its purpose of boosting school
Hoping to boost student spirit, Claudia Ezzell spends
many hours preparing posters for the halls.
Pep Club-FIRST ROVV: P. Messick, I. Eiland, K. Meeks, M. Boyett, E. Brunson. L. Brown, B. Banks, M. Turner, R. Herring, B. Brooks, E.
Northrop, B. Daniel, C. Preston, A. Hogue, S. Stanley, S. Nelson, C. Hooper, L. ML-Daniel, B. Turner, B. Little, L. Merrell. SECOND ROW:
K. Hassell, D. Glisson, L. Nelson, J. Stuart, G. Mullen, D. Griffin, K. VValler, D. Pebworth, E. Bullock, K. Merrell, L. Bates. B. McNeese,
M. Reaves, M. Rabren, G. Gibson, S. Reeves, B. Ieffcoat, S. Tomlin. THIRD ROVV: S. VValler, D. Bush, K. Church. K. McDuffie. B. Buler,
L. hlacon, C. Bates, C. Vickery, B. Story, J. Armstrong, L. Gr'ffith, P. Fuller, I. Fletcher, VV. Lee, L. Adderholcl, M. Taylor, V. Tholnpkins,
S. Jones, B. Maddox, M. Sikes, A. Stanley. FOURTH BOVV: A. Maloy, E. Griffin, S. King, C. Browder, L. Taylor, L. Adams. D. Pippin, BI.
A. Mclnnish, A. Pippin, S. Brooks, G. Smith, A. Broughton. A. Adams. G. jones, K. Chesser, G. Sanders, I. A. Allen, B. Suggs, P. Newman,
B. Taylor, N. Martin. FIFTH ROYV: J. Grimes. M. Garrett, I. Studstill, I. Darby, C. Cagle, J. Brown. P. Murphy, S. Williams, B. Kyzar,
H. Harvey, P. McCrory, M. Parks, I. Catrett, G. Corbitt, B. Gantt, J. Maddox, M. Mills, T. Sawyer, W. Fletcher, and B. Cook.
Assemblies Spice Curriculum Of A.H.S.
During pep assembly, captain Tony King as
for Bulldog support at the Troy game.
Assemblies, this year featuring programs
on a variety ot subjects. reflected the well
rounded program provided for the students
Prior to the Thanksgiving Holidays, Dr.
Bob Marsh presented a talk on the patriotic
duty of individual Americans. The Christmas
season was highlighted by the Student Coun-
cil's presentation of the movie, "The Unsink-
able Molly Brown."
The civic duty of young people was em-
phasized both by a speech of a representative
of the ABC board concerning the effects of
alcoholic beverages and a program promoting
Campus Clean-Up YVeek.
The Student Body was also delighted by a
homecoming assembly honoring the Classes
of ,27, '37, 717, and ,574 the Travelin' Four,
a folk singing group from Enterprise Iunior
Collegeg and the Southern Singers, a male
chorus from Birmingham Southern College.
In a special assembly to boost Clean-Up Week at Andy,
students mob the "lunchroom", wildly flinging trash to
demonstrate the litter problem present at school.
A folk-singing comedy team delights A.H.S. students in the assembly
featuring the 'Southern Singers. S
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Boys' State Emphasizes Civic Responsibilit
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During the first week of june, nine stu-
dents of A.H.S. represented our school at
the annual Boys State Convention at Ala-
bama College in Montevallo.
The program vvas designed to introduce
the youth of Alabama to the operation of
state government. The daily schedule in-
cluded participation in calisthenics and at-
tending meetings at which various topics
vvere discussed or guest speakers were
featured. Election of state officials, Who
handled the affairs of the state for one day,
highlighted the convention.
At the conclusion of the Weekis activities
the delegates had increased their knowl-
edge of the civic responsibility of each
citizen in government.
tt'-si-.'1z Clarence West, delegate to the 1965-66 Boys State
A' 0 Convention, reviews notes taken during the various
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Representatives to the 1965-GG Boys State Convention-FIRST ROWV: Clarence VVest, Robert Johnson, David Moore. SEC-
OND ROVV: Don Holmes, Ronny Horton, Bill Cook, lN'Iark Glbson, and Phillip jones.
tudent Trips Add Dimension To School Life
Andalusia High School was represented
throughout the year as special groups par-
ticipated in various contests, clinics and
The Bulldog band carried the school
banner in a special way by performing
f""' in the inauguration parade for Governor
Lurlecn B. XYallace. The choruses attended
choral contests and select groups Were fre-
quently featured at city functions.
Other groups involved in out-of-town
activities included the FTA, Whose mem-
bers attended the District Meeting in Troy,
and the student council officers, who at-
tended a conference in Florence.
During the summer months several stu-
dents were present at journalism, music,
and cheerleader clinics.
Juniors Loye Zeanah and Mike Wells are accom-
panied to Tuscaloosa for the statewide "Good Citizen-
ship" assembly by Counselor Mr. Bill Ward.
Band members enjoy nutritious breakfast in school cafeteria Mr. Thomasson, advisor of the MEMOLUSIA, confers
before leaving for inaugural parade. with staff members on embarking for a joumalism clinic.
Controversial Topics Challenge Debators
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Miss Lynda Latimer, debate team coach, discusses debate tactics
with Dan Conger.
Linda Gantt, Francie Marler, Van Stokes, jane Bonner and
Charlotte Crimes research debate topic.
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The Debate Club, organized during the
previous school term, began its second year
at Andalusia High School. Advised by Miss
Lynda Latimer, speech instructor, the club
emphasized the development of sound logic
and the ability to express oneself clearly.
The calendar of activities of this organiza-
tion during the school term included a trip
to Enterprise State Junior College Where the
students gained ideas by listening to lectures
and a sample debate. The debate topic for
1967 was '1Resolved: That the Foreign Aid
Program of the United States should be
limited to non-military assistancef, This topic
was researched and debated in the clinics
that the club attended. By attending these
various functions throughout the state, the
members not only gained invaluable ex-
perience but also served as student repre-
sentatives of the school.
To keep well-informed about the current debate
topics, Edith Bristow and lake Preston refer to the
magazines in the periodical section of the library.
Dr. Einstein CBill Canttl and Jonathon fDan
Congerl prepare Mortimer fMark Gibsonl for
Abby and Martha Brewster played by Charlotte
Grimes and Brenda Deason toast the success of
their next murderous venture.
Audience Aeelaims Arsenic And Old Lacewi
The audience applauded as the lights shone
on Miss Lynda Latimer and the cast of
talented actors she had directed in the Drama
Clubis production of Ioseph Kesselringis 'iAr-
senic and Old Lacef, The tedious task of
choosing individuals suited to specific roles,
the labor involved in constructing stage props,
the problems of applying make-up and cor-
recting lighting, the hours devoted to learning
parts, and the nights spent in rehearsing were
all rewarded. This was the awaited day, De-
cember l0, and the curtain had risen to
reveal a cast who held the audience spell-
bound throughout the entire comedy. Abby
and Martha, the two charming stars of the
play, had stepped out of their roles with the
others to receive the sincere praise of the
audience. This was the moment of success
that had long been anticipated.
Van Stokes and Tommy Eiland, members of the set
committee, spend extra hours constructing a combi-
nation casket and window box, one of the stage props.
FIRST ROW: L. Gantt, D. Tadlock, F. Marler, D. Smith, B. Bullock, A. Miller, A. Stanley. SECOND ROW: I. Wishum,
P. Jordan, T. Miller, P. Taylor, K. Beasley, A. Pippin, E. Bristow, C. Crimes. THIRD ROW: S. Locke, S. Dubose, P.
Rawls, M. Hatcher, S. Kirkland, S. Thompson.
Philopadians Probe Wide World Of Writing
As a program for a regular meeting, Journalism instructor
Joseph Wingard lectures to members of the Philopadic
Society on "Shakespeare's influence in Twentieth Century
In an attempt to beat the deadline set by Mr. Win-
gard, Phyllis Taylor composes an original short
story for entrance into the Shakespearean Chapter
of the Philopadic Society.
The Philopadic Literary Society, organized at
A.H.S. this past fall, was instituted for the benefit
of students interested specifically in the arts of
literature and creative writing.
Activities of the P.L.S. included publication of
the QUILL literary magazine, and meeting at
members, homes to discuss literary works and
topics as well as individual, original works.
The Society, consisting of the Shakespearean
Chapter for senior high students and the Longfel-
low Chapter for junior high students, was under
the direction of Mr. Joseph C. VV ingard, journalism
Hi-Lite Headlines Campus Life At A.H.S.
Articles were assi fned and rocrastination be fan.
The deadline approached anal, the frantic rush ire-
ceding it evolved into pressure upon reporter,
editor, publisher and sponsor alike. Pressure ma-
terialized into a school paper-the end product of
which was relief and pride. So went the chain of
events for the publication of another Andy Hi-Lite.
A.H.S.'s newspaper has been rated as one of
the best school papers in Alabama. Under the
direction of Mr. joseph Wingard, new journalism
instructor, the Hi-Lite staff strove to maintain its
reputation for publishing an interesting as well
. .,f-- as an informative paper for the student body.
Editors: Philip Wise, Charlotte Grimes, Steve Wiggins,
lake Preston, Mike Wyatt, and Bill Cumbie.
Business editors of the Hi-Lite Peggy King,
Diane Simpler, and Mary Emma Posey count
receipts of ads sold. Y
FIRST ROWV: C. Bates, M. Faulk, C. Crimes, P. King, L. Zeanah, N. VVilliams, C. Baack, A. Stanley. SECOND ROW:
F. Marler, L. Macon, M. Pittman, M. Sikes, I. Stokes, L. Adderhold, N. Young, A. Scherf, A. Miller, E. Ziglar. THIRD
ROW': I. McDaniel, S. Kirkland, C. Campbell, T. Albritton, T. Raley, R. Walker, M. Posey, E. Albritton, S. jones, I.
Northrop, B. Bonner. FOURTH ROW: S. Wiggins, M. Parks, P. Wise, B. Cumbie, I. Preston, M. Wyatt, P. Rawls, A.
Till, N. Bennett, and jimmy Hallford.
Audio-Visual Members Aid in Teaching Trends
FIRST ROW: I. Harrison, K. Garvin, D. Hogue, C. Bos-
well, K. Gantt. SECOND ROW: F. Bodie, I. Faulkner,
M. Merrill, S. White, M. Rowell, M. Spitileri. THIRD
ROW: Mrs. Dave Lancaster, M. Reynolds, T. Thomas, D.
Brunson, J. Hinson, C. Catlin, C., Bass. FOURTH ROW:
Mr. john Stuart, B. Cook, D. McNeil, S. Bozeman, L.
Rawls, and T. Crimes.
EPf9l'Pl'fSiI1g members of the Audio-Visual Club combine hard work
With Pflgmallfy IH Creating the first float to be entered by that
club in the homecoming parade.
Sponsored by Mrs. Dave Lancaster and
Mr. John Stuart, the Audio-Visual Club, com-
posed of students from the ninth through
twelfth grades, experienced a year of con-
siderable expansion at Andalusia High School.
With the advent of the modern trend toward
instruction by use of both audio and visual
aids, the club offered invaluable assistance
to the faculty in performing their jobs ef-
The members contributed much to the
school through the organization of a new
equipment room and a projection area. While
gaining experience in the operation of the
equipment, the club members benefited from
the vocational training it provided.
Tommy White dismantles a projector after show-
ing a vocational film to Mr. Smithson's shop class.
olunteens Find Service Is Its wn Reward
Reading to patients, distributing
juice, and running errands were only
a few of the services performed by
the Volunteens, a club organized at
A.H.S. three years ago to aid in hospi-
tals and nursing homes.
Ranging from age fourteen to
eighteen, the forty-six Volunteens
served at the Andalusia Hospital, Co-
lumbia General Hospital, and Colum-
bia Nursing Home under the super-
, vision of the Andalusia Grey Ladies.
However, the girls work largely on
i . their own. The co-secretaries, Kay
. Stone and Joy McDaniel, were re-
. sponsible for co-ordinating the sched-
ule of hours.
Devoting time and effort, the Vol-
unteens gained not only experience
but also self-satisfaction in achieving
, , the c1ub's goal of service.
At the Andalusia Hospital Stephanie Stanley and Marian Pope fill
juice glasses, one of the duties performed as Volunteens.
FIRST ROW: J. jay, L. Griffith, K. McDuffie, P. Martin, S. Stanley, C. Griffin, L. Gantt, P. jordan, C. Baack. SECOND
ROW: L. Bush, N. Sikes, M. Pittman, K. Lansdon, V. Messick, M. Pope, D. Wiggins, D. Stanley, I. Southwell, M. Ma-
hone, N. Williams, I. Allen. THIRD ROW: L. Zeanab, E. Bristow, I. Moulton, S. Jones, M. E. Posey, P. Murphy, I.
McDaniel, I. Brown, N. Young, M. Sikes. FOURTH ROW: C. Campbell, I. Bonner, I. Cotton, H. Harvey, K. Stone, M.
Parks, S. Keith, L. Stokes, E. McCord, L. Brown, and H. Patterson.
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Student Council Seeks Cooperation Between
FIRST ROW: R. Russell, E. Brunson, K. Lancaster, D. Bush, A. Stanley, Mr. Bill Ward. SECOND ROW: E. Bristow, A
Russell, R. Jones, J. McDaniel, S. Jones, N. Young, L. Adderhold, G. Smith, M. E. Palmer. THIRD ROW: B. Gantt, B
King, C. Campbell, I. Cotton, S. Williams, I. Rodgers, P. Meredith, S. Smith, P. Murphy, C. Taylor. FOURTH ROW
M. VVells, C. Wilson, T. Carroll, P. Rawls, L. Wilson, I. Preston, C. Sikes, P. Jones, P. Wise, and D. Moore.
Vice-president Mike Wells reviews the calendar of GVBHYS Mid-morning break finds Student Council Treasurer David
with Student g0Vemmel1t SPOUSOI' MY- Bill Ward- Moore selling popcorn to maintain the councills treasury.
Facult And Students
The Student Council gave birth to many activi-
ties this year which will, in years to come, become
as deserving a face of A.H.S. as past traditions.
As an initial project, the council recognized the
Classes of '27, '37, '47, and '57 at a specially dedi-
cated assembly and the homecoming battle with
From football concessions, after-game dances,
and homecoming festivities, the council, under the
supervision of Mr. Bill Ward, considered such
projects as a clothes drive, clean-up week, a spe-
cial Christmas assembly, and the operation of the
Red and White Book Store.
These are only a few of the many projects which
helped to make the 1966-67 faces of Andalusia
High both enduring and, as yet, unsurpassed.
President Edith Bristow tactfully moderates a council dis-
cussion on the proposed motion for the Christmas assembly.
Lost amid stacks of clothing, cabinet members, Philip Wise,
Mike Wells, Phillip Jones, Kaye Lancaster, Lois Adderhold,
and Ioy McDaniel, sort articles collected during the Stu-
dent Councills clothes drive.
Student Council Secretary, Sue Jones, diligently records
minutes at the organization's weekly meeting.
Inter-Club Promises rganized Calendar
This year, in order to give more unity
and consistency to scheduled activities at
A.H.S., a new organization, the Inter-
Club Council, was initiated under the'
leadership of Student Council Vice-Presi-
dent Mike Wells. Every club having a
constitution was represented at the bi-
monthly meetings, during which the
school calendar was planned and other
business involving member organizations
was considered. From this new approach
to scheduled activities, students will be
able to enjoy a well-planned extracur-
Members of the Inter-Club Council, Pam Martin
fseatedj, David Moore, Charles Martin, Charlotte
Crimes Cseatedj, led by Mike Wells, meet to discuss
plans for the coordination of organizational activities.
Fellowship Promotes Christian Attitudes
Climaxing a year of growth, the 1966
Andalusia Christian Fellowship sponsored
a school-wide youth rally with Ben Mc-
David, kick-off specialist for the Auburn
Tigers, featured as the keynote speaker.
This springboard enabled the 1967 Fel-
lowship to gain school affiliation with
Head Coach Doug Barfield as the campus
sponsor. Each morning at 7:85, the mem-
bers conducted inspirational devotionals in
the auditorium. They also served the stu-
dent body with impressive assembly invo-
cations and daily devotionals over the in-
Christian Fellowship Officers, President Philip Wise EXW
and Secretary Antara Stanley, discuss a devotion to Et
be given in the homecoming assembly.
FIRST ROW: B. Deason, D. White, T. Rabren, A. Utsey, C. Crimes, C. Syler, Mrs. Jack McGowin. SECOND ROW
P. Martin, A. Evers, N. Hair, B. Searcy, S. Jones, E. Albritton, N. Williams, T. Thompson. THIRD ROW: E. Bristow
T. Albritton, C. McWhorter, S. Franklin, I. Cotton, C. Campbell, I. Rodgers, A. Russell, and M. B. Crimes.
Tri-Hi-Y Serves City And World
The Tri-Hi-Y, composed of selected Sen-
ior girls, stands forth as one of Andalusia
High Schoolis most outstanding Christian-
Supervised by Mrs. Iack McCoWin, the
thirty members divided into committees
and backed a specific activity for a month.
Included were the giving of Thanksgiving
and Christmas baskets to underprivileged
families and the collecting of reading ma-
terial for inmates of the county jail.
Nancy Hair, president fseatedjg Theresa Albritton,
treasurer, Pam Martin, vice president, and Jatricia
Cotton, secretary collect materials for their annual
FIRST ROVV: Alice Utsey. Nancy Hair. Nancy VVilliams, Gail Rodgers, Carolyn Syler. SECOND ROVV:
Barbara Carter, Kathy McYVhorter. Peggy King, Emily Albritton, Carol Campbell. TIIIRD ROXV: David
Jones, Mike Kinard, Sue Franklin, Theresa Albritten, jane Rodgers, Mary Emma Posey. FOURTH ROYV:
Charles Martin, Mike VVyatt. Ronny Horton, Philip VVise, Criff Sikcs, and Don Holmes. luot pictured are
Sue Jones and
Senior Honor Society Accents Achievement
Nancy VVilliams, chaplain, Emily Albritton, secretary, David
Moore, president, Ronny Horton, vice-president, and Theresa
Albritton, treasurer, lead the Senior Honor Society under the
direction of Mrs. NI. D. Taylor.
Carefully making her way between rows of hopeful seniors, Theresa
Albritton anticipates surprising a new member of the Senior Honor
Society during the fall induction ceremony.
A take-off assembly on both teachers and
students and the management of the Anda-
lusia-Straughn basketball concessions were
the two money-making projects of the Senior
Honor Society this year. By means of these
funds, the society presented a hundred-dollar
scholarship to a deserving senior.
Under the leadership of advisor Mrs. M. D.
Taylor, president David Moore, vice-president
Ronny Horton, secretary Emily Albritton,
treasurer Theresa Albritton, and. chaplain
Nancy Williams, the returning seven senior
members tapped nineteen new members into
the organization on November 11. In an
equally impressive spring ceremony these
twenty-seven members inducted, on the basis
of scholarship, leadership, service, and char-
acter, the eligible members of the Junior
Young Scholars Emphasize School Service
One of the greatest honors awarded to a
student in the eighth or ninth grade is to attain
membership in the .lunior Honor Society. To be
5 eligible for induction a pupil must maintain a
E high scholastic average and possess the qualities
of character. leadership. and service.
' Under the guidance of Mrs. Robert Anderson,
4' members planned new service projects, main-
tained the traditional assistance to the Senior
Honor Society Scholarship and presented a gift
Q to the school. To boost funds for these activities
3 the society sponsored a turkey shoot, a bake
r sale. and managed concessions during a home
Members in the society motivated students
to fulfill their academic potential and promoted
virtues in character.
Alan VVindham, treasurer, Steve Glass, vice-president,
Christy YVaits. secretary, and Ben Barrow, president, work
with Mrs. Robert Anderson in her first year as Junior
Honor Society advisor.
After bidding sixty cents for the first strike, Iody Dillard I
slings vigorously at the dilapidated jalopy used by the Junior
Honor Society to promote enthusiasm for the Opp football
FIRST ROVV: I. Ferrell, B. YVhite, C. VVaits, P. Jordan, M. A. Mclnnish, C. Vickery, S. Neese, K. Lancaster. SECOND
ROXV: I. Bass, A. VVindham, J. Syler, B. Mclnnish, I. Mason, P. Bush, D. Smith, E. Brunson, C. Browder, A. Carmichael,
S. Bowman, NI. Pope, B. Brooks, P. Meredith. THIRD ROVV: B. Hicks, R. Tomlin, M. Newman, T. Miller, D. Andress,
P. Cassady, K. Kyzar, A. Adams, B. Story, J. Johnson, D. Gregory, F. Terry, S. Brooks, I. Eiland, S. Smith. FOURTH
ROVV: S. Hare, B. Tatum, L. VVadsworth, I. Kirkland, R. Herring, T. Till, D. Stanley, B. Daniel, B. Williamson, M. L.
Turner, D. Godwin. R. Butler, C. Tisdale, D. Lord, R. jones. FIFTH ROWV: I. Eiland, F. Bodie, D. Chapman, T.
Sawyer, S. Class, B. Parks, B. Barrow, B. Boatwright, VV. Jay, D. Maddox, B. Brannon, I. McDonald, C. Burge, M.
VVatson, I. King, and L. Rawls.
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FIRST ROW: Rickey Russell, Mary Evelyn Allred, Evelyn Northrop, Iulanne Browder, Vicky Messick, Louis Norrell.
SECOND ROWV: Malcom Suggs, Glenn Wilson, Alan Carter, Dick Mowbray, Van Stokes, jimmy Halliford, and Reese Broom.
Library Club Stimulates Reading Interests
Alan Carter, an active member of the Library Club, aids
Mrs. Russell and Mrs. Lancaster by shelving books.
"Books! Books! Books!" was the cry of every
Library Club member after a year of service in
the newly renovated Andalusia High School Li-
brary. Under the guidance of Mrs. Eric Russell
and President Van Stokes, participants worked at
least once a day cataloguing cards, shelving maga-
zines, and processing books.
Library Club sponsor, Mrs. Russell, and officers, Reese
Broom, vice-president, Iulanne Browder, secretary, Mal-
com Suggs, treasurer, and Van Stokes, president fseatedl,
add new cards to the book files.
FIRST ROWV: Miss Winona King, A. Utsey, L. Gantt, A. Spencer, A. Stanley, L. Zeanah, S. jones, C. Cagle, M. E.
Posey, C. Campbell, P. King, L. King, Mr. Dan Shehan. SECOND ROW: M. Pittman, D. Simpler, B. Barrow, C. Boze-
man, I. Studstill, D. Moore, G. Williams, I. Rodgers, M. Mancil, M. Gibson, S. Hooper, I. Catrett, C. McWhorter, T.
Albritton. THIRD ROVV: I. Palmer, P. jones, B. Brooks, S. VViggins, W. Wallace, C. Morgan, M. Wyatt, B. Cook, R.
Davis, P. Wise, R. Johnson, and R. Walker.
Ushers Create Spirit Through Service
Carol Campbell, president of the Usher Club, issues usher
letters to Martha Pittman and Joyce Catrett.
Ushering at home football games, concerts, and
graduation were a few of the activities performed
during the past year by the Usher Club of An-
dalusia High School.
Members were selected from the ninth, tenth,
and eleventh grades on the basis of their present
activities, determination, willingness to work, and
dependability. Guided by Miss Winona King and
Mr. Dan Shehan, the Usher Club strove to promote
school spirit through service.
Ierry Palmer, vice-president, Martha Pittman, secretary,
and Alice Utsey, treasurer, discuss plans for the Home-
Key Club Reviews Full Year f Service
FIRST ROW: I. Palmer, M. Kinard, D. Holmes, D. Gantt,
M. Merrill, T. Kyzar. SECOND ROW: R. Gavin, I. Sanders,
Gantt, D. Hogue,
. Wise, B. Cumbie,
Under the leadership of
Assistant Principal Shelby
Searcy, the Key Club not only
tackled the Covington County
Fair traffic, but also issued
parking violations to A.H.S.
students, staged a basketball
game with the faculty, and
managed concession stands
during the hardwood season.
To climax a year of service,
the club served as sponsor
for the annual city-wide "Go-
MA" Club Recognizes Champion thletes
FIRST ROW: E. Bristow, R. Radcliff, P. Martin, K. Anthony, E. Albritton, T.
Albritton, A. Russell, S. Franklin, N. Hair, J. Southwell, M. Pittman. SECOND
ROW: R. Kale, K. Horton, D. Gantt, J. Barrett, G. Sikes, D. Hogue, M. Kinard, M.
Merrill. THIRD ROW: D. Holmes, M. Hudson, V. Stokes, M. Suggs, K. Gantt,
T. King, T. Palmer, G. Boswell, R. Horton. FOURTH ROW: I. Smith. P. Arm-
strong, I. Sanders, P. VVise, B. Cumbie, I. Wiggins, I. Pierson, S. Brooks, G.
Wilson, T. Eiland, A. Carter, and R. Pitts.
The "Av Club, an honorary
organization recognizing the
achievements of those ex-
celling in the sports program
of A.H.S., was composed of
athletes who had received a
letter in either football, bas-
ketball, baseball, or track.
The eleven varsity cheer-
leaders took a spirited part
in all of the clubs activities.
These included the manage-
ment of concession stands at
sports events, a fund raising
project for the Athletic De-
partment. To climax its ac-
tivities the 'KAU Club spon-
sored annual sports banquets.
ath lub dds Scope To Related Classes
LEFT ROW: Nancy Young, Mary Emma Posey. jane Rodgers, Emily
Albritton, Philip Wise. RIGHT ROW: Malcom Suggs, Charles Martin,
Philip Jones, Steve Wiggins, Mike Wells.
In itis second year at A.H.S.,
the Math Club endeavored to in-
still the importance of math into
the minds of its members by pre-
senting many interesting and fac-
tual programs especially beneficial
to students Who planned to seek
a math major in college.
The organization under the
sponsorship of Mr. Clayton Thomas
was restricted to students who
maintained a "Cn average in math
courses during their Junior and
VVhile under the alias "T
Squaresv participants frequently
tutored junior high students and
sponsored numerous projects in an
effort to promote school-wide en-
thusiasm in mathematics and re-
FTA Motivates Interest In Teaching
The principal aim of the Future
Teachers of America is to generate
an interest in education as a pro-
fession. Members of this organi-
zation are chosen from the Iunior
and Senior classes on a selective
basis. Under the direction of Mrs.
Jack Moore, FTA,s were intro-
duced to college life and scholar-
Attending district and state con-
ventions, the future teachers ac-
quired valuable information on
teaching as a career.
Connie Baack, Julanne Browder, Carolyn
Syler, Stella Keith, Stanford Thomson, and
lane Rodgers exemplify FTA.
FIRST ROW: B. Jeffcoat, C. Grimes, I. Southwell, A. Comillion, S. Rabren, R. Radcliff, C. Register, C. Cagle, I. Moul-
ton, A. Stanley, K. Anthony. SECOND ROW: B. Little, I. Brown, C. Bozeman, C. Baack, A. O'Neal, M. Pope, P. Fuller
A. Scherf, D. Wiggins, W. Lee, I. Fletcher, Mr. Fred Stearns. THIRD ROW: T. Carroll, I. Rogers, S. Kirkland, B. Bon-
ner, R. Walker, M. Mancil, L. King, I. Browder, M. B. Grimes, B. Searcy, I. Varner, D. Moore, I. Studstill, S. Hill
FOURTH ROW: D. Thomas, K. Garvin, S. Davis, R. Kale, D. Hogue, M. E. Waits, I. Preston, T. Albritton, E. Albritton
C. Corbitt, I. Catrett, and M. Parks.
tudents Acquire Spanish Tastes
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Mr. Stems, sponsor of the Spanish Club, inspects equip-
ment in the new Spanish lab.
Anita O'Neal, second vice-president, Billy Little, sergeant-
at-armsg Charlotte Crimes, president, Mary Evelyn Waits,
secretary, Lynda King, treasurer, and Roger Walker, first
vice-president, are the officers of El Sociodad Espanol.
E1 Sociodad fdej Espanol was the springboard
for pupils wishing to propel themselves into the
study of Spanish-American culture.
Sponsored by Mr. Fred Stearns and open to
both first-and second-year Spanish students, the
organization endeavored to promote an interest in
the language and customs through meetings which
were both entertaining and educational. A trip
to Montgomery to dine in a Mexican restaurant
and a Christmas party were only a few of the
other activities heading the clubis social roster.
Drama lub Committees Coordinate Pla
Under the direction of Miss Lynda Latimer,
speech instructor, the Drama Club began to pre-
pare for their fall production, "Arsenic and Old
Lacef' weeks before the initial performance on
December 10. To begin the two month endeavor
the club's membership, consisting of students who
had participated. in previous plays and those in-
volved in an advanced speech course, was divided
into six committees. Each club member was given
a specific assignment in at least one of these six
areas: props, publicity, lighting, make-up, costumes,
Pam Martin, president, Alan Carter, vice-president, and
Judy Stokes, secretary-treasurer, review the details of the
Roger Walker is intrigued by the crude coffin to be used
in the club's production of "Arsenic and Old Lace."
FRONT ROW: Miss Lynda Latimer, C. Bates, I. Bonner, D. Hudson, F. Marler, P. Martin, C. Grimes, S. Hooper, L.
Gantt, A. Miller. SECOND ROW: B. Searcy, N. Williams, I. Rodgers, P. Henagan, L. Briggs, G. Bass, C. Grantham, S.
Keith, J. Stokes, W. Brooks, B. Gantt. THIRD ROW: A. Carter, B. Krudop, R. Davis, T. Eiland, I. Preston, C. Bass, J.
Barrett, B. Cook, I. Wiggins.
FIRST ROW': Mrs. Pat Yeargain, I. Morgan, G. Harrison, K Hassell, S. Grissett, D. Watson, I. Greene, M. Boyett, E.
Hodges, P. Fuller, C. Syler, Miss Mildred Hart. SECOND ROW: T. Rabren, L. A. Griffith, L. Carpenter, E. Northrop,
B. Daniels, I. Southwell, I. Allen, C. McDuffie, V. Messick, L. Gantt, L. Zeanah. THIRD ROW: C. Bass, R. Herring, H.
Grissett, S. Franklin, M. Langford, C. Register, E. Rowell, D. Stanley, B. Searcy, A. Scherf, B. Adkison. FOURTH ROW:
L. Berry, S. Lambert, S. Hicks, S. VVilliams, M. Parks, G. Corbitt, S. Kieth, T. Tompson, B. Deason, D. Bates, and I.
Future I-Iomemakers Develop Domestic Skills
Aiming to provide a thorough under-
standing of domestic arts for its members,
the Future Homemakers of America ar-
ranged a varied program of activities and
Through these innumerable opportuni-
ties, the members were able to contribute
funds for the expansion of the modern
Home Economics Department. Sponsored
by Miss Mildred. Hart and Mrs. Pat Year-
gin, the organization boasted a calendar
hi-lighted by hot dog sales at football
concession stands, a Christmas faculty tea,
and an annual spring picnic.
LEFT ROW: Carolyn Syler, president, Diane Bates,
vice-president, Sandra Hicks, parliamentarian, Linda
Rabren, recreational leader. RIGHT ROW: Evelyn
Hodges, historian, Janis Greene, reporter, Cynthia Bass,
secretary, and Sandra Taylor, treasurer.
ew Greenhouse Project Inspires F.F. .
Boys interested in vocational training in
the field of agriculture found in the Future
Farmers of America opportunities to de-
velop their biological and physical talents
as they applied them to rural and suburban
Teaching its members the qualities
necessary for leadership, cooperation, and
citizenship Was the primary aim established
by this organization.
Instituted this year under the leadership
of Mr. George XVilliams, the FFA under-
took many beneficial projects. Among them
were the construction of a greenhouse and
the landscaping of the school campus.
Phillip Langford and Gary Hicks diligently labor over
the model for the future A.H.S. greenhouse which
FIRST ROW: Mr. George Williams, B. Spears, R. Walker, I. Hixon, D. Tillman, M. White, M. Powell, W. Phillips. SEC-
OND ROW: C. Babb, D. McNeil, C. Moody, D. Glidewell, I. Rowell, I. Terry, B. Thomasson, B. Locklier, L. Maddox,
P. Langford. THIRD ROW: I. Eiland, D. Prevett, C. Musgrove, F. Smith, C. Meadows, C. Hicks, D. Bullock, M.
Rowell, 1. Smith, C. Catlin, and L. Fendley.
D.E. Students Stud In Local Businesses
As a new organization at A.H.S., the
i D.E. Club opened a different area of
s vocational opportunities to its participants.
Its membership, limited to students in the
junior and senior classes, was composed of
those wishing to enter vocational fields
dealing with the distribution of goods and l
Leaving school daily at twelve-fifteen,
these students reported to offices through-
out the community where they gained val-
: uable experience through on-the-job train-
2 l lI1g.
-ah-.. The Andalusia High School Chapter of
Distributive Education, advised by Mr. W.
C. Carr, joined both state and national
y chapters of the Distributive Educational
V Clubs of America.
HH E Q ' Janice Sikes, enterprising member of the D.E. Club,
mx if l stocks cologne section at Village Prescription Center.
FIRST ROVV: Joe Hixon, Martha Murphy, Carolyn Easley, Debra Edwards. SECOND ROVV: Ronnie Edwards, Janice Sikes
Diane Bates, Mary Anne Bledsoe, Calvin Hall, Mr. W. C. Carr. THIRD ROYV: John Eiland, jimmy Smith, Larry Findleyl
Philip Mott, and Carey Meadows.
FIRST ROW: F. Tucker, I. McDuffie, L. Hinson, I. Mitchell, L. Short, Mr. Wyrosdick. SECOND ROW: W. Brooks,
W. Grantham, P. Langford, S. Smith, A. Hall, B. Dauphin, G. Tucker. THIRD HOW: I. Dillard, L. Sowell, G. Hicks,
T. Veasey, M. Cook, T. Lawson, and J. Donald.
.I.E. Holds Banquet To Cap Year Of Growth
Vocational Industrial Education, its mem-
bership open to senior high students, was
a training program designed to introduce
students to Wage-earning trades and in-
For the length of the regular school
term, each member was employed under
a competent trainer in such Wide-range
areas as radio and television repair, ma-
chinery, dentistry, mechanics, electricity,
Meeting every first and third Tuesdays,
the V.I.E. members planned activities of
which a Christmas party and an annual
Employer-Employee Banquet at the R.E.A.
,,,...... Lodge were only a part.
Driven by Marcus Cook and accompanied by Presi-
dent Cary Hicks, Phillip Langford and Wynona
Brooks represent their club as "Mr. and Miss V.I.E."
in the Homecoming Parade.
Future Business Leaders Tour Local Colle es
Composed of students engaged in studies in-
volving officc occupations, the Future Business
Leaders of America offered participants a chance
to delve into the aspects of the business World.
Under the direction of Mrs. R. F.. Linder, the
1966 club entered an exhibit in the Covington
County Fair and visited Enterprise and Brewton
Junior Colleges and the Opp Trade School.
Through these opportunities the young adults
gained the experience, leadership, and confidence
that Will help mold them into the business leaders
President, Joanne Rodgers: secretary, Iackie Beck, and
vice-president, Vickie Carter proof letters typed by FBLA
members, a service sponsored by the club.
FBLA members, Barbara Carter, Teresa Reymundo, Clara
Dozier, Betty Thomas, and Linda Gantt, leave school to
work in various business offices.
FIRST ROW: Mrs. R. E. Linder, J. Fletcher, G. Rodgers, T. Reymundo. SECOND ROW: A. Dubose, R. Gavin, B. Mad-
dox, S. Taylor, V. Carter, K. Garner, S. Lambert. THIRD ROW: I. Findley, B. Thomas, I. A. Rodgers, I. Beck, D.
Sharpe, W. Lee, J. Bass. FOURTH ROW: B. Carter, H. Patterson, B. Gibbons, B. Dean, I. Syler, S. Keith, and L. Rabren.
FIRST ROW: Mrs. I. H. Greene, K. Anthony, D. White, C. B.ites, I. Grimes, A. Gomillion, B. Searcy. SECOND ROW: H.
Jay, C. Vickery, S. Bowman, K. Merrell, P. Fuller, B. Daniels, S. Bass, D. Gregory, E. Northrop, I. Terry, A. Evers, L.
Macon. THIRD ROW: B. Story, S. Bristow, B. White, I. Bass, M. Langford, A. Pippin, C. Waits, M. Pressley, A. Scherf,
R. Radcliff, I. Southwell. FOURTH ROW: T. Till, S. Smith, G. jones, S. Keith, R. Herring, P. Taylor, B. Kyzar, M. L.
Turner, C. Campbell, C. Allen, B. Tatum, L. Stokes, B. Adkinson, and G. Corbitt.
Business Staff Shows Salesmanship kills
Ordering a record number of MEMOLUSIAS is a thrilling
experience for Business Staff manager Betty Searcy.
Exhibiting skill in salesmanship, the forty-three-
member Business Staff worked diligently to finance
the 1967 Memolusia. lndustrious participants sold
annuals to over seventy percent of the student
body and collected a rewarding sum from local
businesses and professional men. To increase their
earnings, the staff assisted in the sale of Junior
and Senior portraits and sold protective plastic
covers for the yearbook. Members, each of Whom
contributed many hours of time, could proudly
boast of a Memolusia completely self-supported.
Linda Stokes, leading ad salesman for the 1966-67
MEMOLUSIA, proudly presents her outstanding record
to Business Staff advisor, Mrs. I. H. Greene.
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Members of the feature section, Mary Ann Martin, Nancy
Hair, and Amy Russell, discuss the scenery to be used
for the beauty pictures.
Phyllis Taylor, Molly Faulk, Alice Utsey, Ann Spencer,
and Carol Campbell labor on the plans for the class sec-
tion of the MEMOLUSIA.
Yearbook Editorial Staff Seeks Perfection Uf
Members of the ad section, Mary Evelyn Waits, Joy Mac-
Daniel, and Nancy Young, plan a schedule with the photog-
raphers, Mike Wells, Dan Conger, and Roger Walker.
Becky Kyzar, Sue Jones, Brenda Barrow, Anita O'Neal, and
Stephanie Stanley plan the organization section while Lois
Adderhold and Nancy Bennett labor on the activity part
of the yearbook.
Margaret Sikes and Candy Bozman proofread copy for
the Faculty Section as Theresa Albritton and Antara Stan-
ley confer about introduction pictures.
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Sports editors Charles Morgan and John Northrop explain
their copy to the prompt typists Iatricia Cotton, Jane
Rodgers, Aurelia Scherf, and Betty Searcy.
1967 MEMOLUSIA -. The Face 0 Andy
Working diligently to surpass the excellent rating
of the 1966 yearbook, the 1967 Memolusia Staff
labored many extra hours to fulfill deadlines. Com-
posed of thirty-four senior high students chosen
from applications submitted last year, the organiza-
tion xvas counseled by their sponsor Mr. Curtis
Moving into new facilities at midyear the staff
endeavored to keep pace with modern trends in
yearbook editing. During the summer, chief editor
Peggy King and picture editor Loye Zeanah at-
tended the communication Workshop held at Sam-
ford University in Birmingham, Alabama. In the fall
Mr. Thomasson accompanied four editors to the
Alabama Press Association Clinic at Binningham
Southern College. From informative sessions much
valuable information was gained and later applied
in Working with staff members who sought to pro-
duce their best yearbook, the 1967 M emolusia.
Emily Albritton, copy editorg Mary Emma Posey, layout
editorg Mr. Curtis Thomasson, sponsorg Loye Zeanah, pic-
ture editorg and Peggy King, editor-in-chief, criticize pages
for the final shipment.
Senior Choruses Add To Cultural Atmosphere
Mixed Chorus-FRONT ROW: R. Norris, I. Terry, L. Nelson, C. Taylor, F. Marler, B. Deason, W. Fletcher, J. Teel,
R. Rudd, C. Bates, M. A. Mclnnish, E. Albritton, S. Waller, E. Rowell, I. Greene, B. Ieffcoat, S. Tomlin, A. Stanley,
N. Williams, J. Ferrell. SECOND ROW: H. jay, M. A. Martin, I. Grimes, M. Pittman, I. Darby, L. Hamm, N. Hair,
C. West, P. Rawls, B. Wooldridge, M. Mancil, D. Moore, C. Waits, L. A. Griffith, L. Brown, B. Brooks, M. Pressley,
B. Banks, L. Taylor, B. Maddox, B. Adkinson. THIRD ROVV: R. Herring, B. Barrow, I. McDaniel, K. Williams, E.
Bristow, T. Albritton, I. Teel, J. Barrett, C. Gatlin, W. Mills, H. Martin, G. Lunsford, M. L. Tumer, B. Suggs, D.
Ieffcoat, P. josey, A. Pippin, A. Evers, D. Moore. FOURTH ROVV: A. Spencer, K. Merrell, D. Fuller, T. Ballard, M.
A. Warren, I. Stokes, M. Parks, L. Wilson, R. Johnson, D. Conger, B. Cook, L. Maddox, S. Thomas, I. Bonner, D. Stanley,
S. Smith, L. Rabren, P. Murphy, M. Faulk, S. Hall. FIFTH ROW: B. Butler, N. Young, E. McCord, F. Terry, H. Harvey,
N. Bennett, S. Wiggins, M. Hatcher, I. Cotton, K. Stone, S. jones, I. Cattrett, P. Meredith, S. Bowman, M. Pope, L. Jay,
S. Taylor, B. Kyzar, and D. Dupree.
Girls' Chorus-FIRST ROW: I. Grimes, H. Jay, D. Stanley, J. Ferrell, D. Dupree, A. Stanley, B. Maddox, D. Wiggins, F.
Marler, A. O'Neal, F. Terry, L. King, K. Merrill. SECOND ROW: I. Terry, N. Hair, B. Deason, L. Brown, A. Pippin, A.
Evers, L. Taylor, B. Adkinson, L. A. Griffith, B. Ieffcoat, S. Tomlin, J. Southwell, N. Young. THIRD ROW: R. Herring, M.
Pittman, B. Barrow, A. Spencer, B. Kyzar, E. Albritton, B. Brooks, M. Pope, N. Williams, C. Waits, S. Smith. FOURTH
ROW: M. A. Martin, J. McDaniel, P. Taylor, S. Wiggins, M. L. Turner, S. jones, S. Iones, K. McWhorter, P. Murphy, B.
Ieffcoat, D. Fuller, S. Bowman, M. Faulk. FIFTH ROW: E. Bristow, C. Ezzell, T. Albritton, M. A. Mclnnish, I. Stokes,
J. Cattrett, S. Williams, Kay Stone, I. Cotton, I. Bonner, H. Harvey, P. McCrory, and E. McCord.
Choruses comprising the 1966-67 Choral Depart-
ment slate were the Senior High Mixed Chorus,
the Girls' Glee Club, the Male Chorus, and the
A Cappella Choir-all under the excellent direc-
tion of the new choral head, Mr. Charles Hinson.
These choruses combined with the two junior
high choruses to present three concerts-the Fall
Concert, the colorful Christmas concert entitled,
"The Music of Christmasv, and the annual Spring
Early second semester, seventeen members of
the A Cappella Choir were selected to attend All-
State Chorus in Tuscaloosa on March 13-15. Their
anticipation proved instrumental in the depart-
mentis preparation for the annual District Choral
Festival held on March 4 at Andalusia High.
ROW: I. Barrett, C.
Grantham, D. Simmons,
C. West, C. Bates. SEC-
OND ROW: R. Rudd, P.
Jones, I. Teel, C. Mor-
gan, T. Fontes, B. Gantt,
J. Teel. THIRD ROW:
J. Hallford, F. Deason, "
B. Wooldridge, P. Rawls,
Andy's new choral director, Mr. Charles Hinson, outlines
music for the Fall Concert with accompanists Charles
Bates, Emily Albritton, Mary Ann Mclnnish, and Ann
W. Fletcher, M. Mancil --
H. Greene. FOURTI-T V" ,L gm., '4 ,T Mg is M
ROW: M. Bowen, B. 9 . 1 .,-
Krudop, D. Moore, G. 'iff tt' fy is
Lunsford, L. Faison, W. - . 5 'O
Mills, B. Little, R. 'N "' N
Johnson. FIFTH ROW: if , - 'E'
C. Bass, C. Catlin, M. g Y --.., f 4 K .
Gibson, L. Wilson, W. ""' 5,
Britt, L. Maddox, B. 'H' Q iifi-. T
Barton, and D. Conger. V 'Q ,,.
A Cappella Choir-FIRST
ROW: N. Hair, I. Mc-
Daniel, C. Bates, B.
Gantt, R. Rudd, M. Man-
cil, N. Williams, I. Terry.
SECOND ROW: M.
Pope, N. Young, W.
Fletcher, C. West, G.
Bass, A. Evers, D. Wig-
gins. THIRD ROW: M.
A.. Martin, E. Albritton,
T. Albritton, R. Johnson,
D. Moore, B. Wool-
dridge, B. Barrow, D.
Dupree. FOURTH ROW:
E. Bristow, I. Stokes, S.
Wiggins, D. Conger, L.
Wilson, I. Cotton, and B.
utstanding Choral Students Displa Talent
DEBONAIRES-FIRST ROW: Ruben Rudd, Mike Mancii
ANDAIRES-FIRST Row: Nanc Hair Edith Bristow Charles Bates- SECOND ROW: Clarence weft, Davld
y , , Moore Car Bass THIRD ROW- Bill Wooldrldge Bal
Diane Wiggins. SECOND ROW: Joy McDaniel, Nancy t y ' ' . '
Williams, Anne Evers. THIRD 'ROW: Iatricia Cotton, lard Kmdopi Dan Congert and Lam Wilson'
Theresa Albritton, Judy Stokes, and Emily Albritton.,
GOSPEL GROUP-FIRST ROW: Debbie Dupree, Diane Wiggins.
SECOND ROW: Nancy Williams. THIRD ROW: David Moore,
and Clarence West.
NU-NOTES-FIRST ROW: Mary Ann Martin, Ann Spencer,
Martha Pittman. SECOND ROW: janet Southwell, Brenda Bar-
row, Lynda King. THIRD ROW: Mary Anne Mclnnish, Ange-
lyn Pippin, Nancy Young. FOURTH ROW: Pat Murphy, and
In Ei ht Ensembles
Delighting concert audiences and civic clubs
again this year were the Andaires, Debonaires,
and Nu-Notes, popular Senior High Choral en-
sembles. Dressed in colorful outfits, these groups,
their membership based on audition, displayed
both talent and individuality in their perform-
Newly organized groups, each sponsored by
members of the Choral Parents Club, included
the Gospel Group, the Senior High Septet and
Sextet, the Foreignettes, and the Madrigal
Group. By participation in these ensembles,
students gained experience as well as a deeper
appreciation of music.
Senior High Cirl's Septet-FIRST ROW: Barbara Brooks,
Harriet jay. SECOND ROW: Sharis Smith, Ian Ferrell,
Faye Terry. THIRD ROW: Rhonda Herring, Susan Wig-
gins, accompanist, and Christy Waits.
Senior High Girl's Sextet-FIRST ROW: Kathy Merrell,
Donna Fuller. SECOND ROW: Phyllis Taylor, Ieron Darby,
Susan Jones. THIRD ROW: Becky Kyzar, and Emily Al-
Foreignettes-FIRST ROW: Janice Greene, Myra Langford,
Barbara Ieffcoat. SECOND ROW: Diane Ieffcoat, and Becky
Madrigal Group-FIRST ROW: Antara Stanley, Lynda
King, Debbie Dupree. SECOND ROW: David Moore,
Susan Wiggins, Brenda Deason, Charles Bates. THIRD
ROW: Dan Conger, and Larry Wilson.
Advancin Junior High Choral Students
Junior High Mixed Chorus-FIRST ROW: L. jimmerson, S. King, M. Rabren, C. Hooper, D. Bush, K. Lancaster, C. Bonner,
E. Lambert, T. King, S. Nelson, J. Young, A. Hogue, S. Whiddon, K. Fuqua, D. Whiddon, C. Thomasson, G. Straughn, M.
Reaves, K. Portemont. SECOND ROW: T. Little, I. Moody, P. Kelley, D. VVindham, I. Hill, M. Eiland, G. Etheridge, I.
Martin, R. Barnes, L. Monley, J. Lawson, A. Powell, L. McDaniel, M. Bullard, P. Hudson, S. Merrill, E. Griffin, D. Peb-
worth. THIRD ROW: R. A. St. Jean, D. Dewrell, G. Odom, C. Browder, G. Mullins, M. King, M. E. Palmer, K. Mc-
Whorter, I. Hutto, R. Holley, A. Adams, D. Grissett, T. Brooks, P. Howton, D. Griffin, D. Bodiford, J. Clark, A. Maloy.
FOURTH ROW: K. Coale, S. Teal, L. Tillery, B. Copper, J. Armstrong, D. Glisson, A. Broughton, P. Howell, N. Hobson,
D. Simmons, P. Newman, K. Church, D. Ryals, N. Pace, S. Studstill, A. Hallford, K. Nichols, N. Martin. FIFTH ROW: A.
Baker, J. Johnson, M. Garrett, I. Edgar, L. Schuft, V. Tompkins, F. Rabren, M. Mills, D. Pippin, S. Grantham, I. A. Mad-
dox, T. Davis, L. Varner, G. Sanders, K. Chesser, B. Russell, I. Ezell, D. Reeves, and K. Meeks.
junior High Girls Chorus-FIRST ROW: D. Bush, L. Hallford, C. Thomasson, K. Lancaster, G. Straughn, S. Nelson, L.
McDaniel, S. VVhiddon, K. Fuqua, M. Reaves. SECOND ROW: D. Grissett, S. King, I. Hill, I. Martin, G. Etheridge, A.
Hallford, D. Whiddon, C. Hooper, M. Rabren, P. Newman. THIRD ROW: A. Powell, S. Teal, D. Pebworth, K. Church, M.
King, C. Browder, B. Copper, D. Ryals, J. Young, K. McWhorter. FOURTH ROW: G. Sanders, A. Broughton, M. Mills, F.
Rabren, L. Varner, T. Davis, K. Chesser, I. A. Maddox, D. Pippin, and I. Armstrong.
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The junior High Chorus provided many students
with an opportunity to study music technically,
while advancing their vocal skills. Although the
mcmhcrs were young and inexperienced., they
presented outstanding performances in the Fall,
Christmas, and Spring Concerts.
Enthusiastic Junior Highs formed various vocal
ensembles: the Harmonettes, Melodettcs, Sextones,
Nonettes, and Rhythmettes. Performing again this
year was the popular Bell Choir, adding variety to
choral programs. Participation in these groups pre-
pared students for advanced training in the Senior
Sextones-FIRST ROW: I. Young, C. Ethridge. SECOND
ROVV: S. Bowman, C. Browder, S. Teal. THIRD ROW:
J. A. Maddox, and K. Chesser.
Harmonettes-FIRST ROW: I. Martin, I. Hill. SECOND
ROW: D. Pippin, I. Johnson, M. L. Tumer. THIRD ROW:
C. Hooper, and D. Ryals.
Bell Choir-FIRST ROVV: I. Martin, S. King, K. Lancaster,
I. Young, G. Etheridge. SECOND ROW: M. Mills, K.
Chesser, S. Studstill, K. Coale, A. Maloy. THIRD ROW:
K. McWhorter, M. King, D. Pippin, and B. Cooper.
Nonettes-FIRST ROW: B. Copper, K. Coale, A. Maloy.
SECOND ROW: T. Davis, G. Sanders, M. King, K.
McWhorter. THIRD ROW: M. Mills, A. Broughton, and
Melodettes-FIRST ROW: G. Straughn, M. Reaves. SEC-
OND ROW: K. Lancaster, S. King, S. Studstill. THIRD
ROW: A. Adams, and F. Terry.
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and choreographic movements.
Attentiveness of the entire band is a necessary element
in regular practices.
Symphonic Band Accentuates Rehearsals
A member of the tuba section is characteristic of
the concentration each individual must exercise in
order to maintain a unified class effort in rehearsal.
A baton was raised and horns snapped into po-
sition. The directoris hand gave a slight upsweep
and then there were sounds-the masculine founda-
tion of the low brass and Woodwinds, the mellow
blend of trombones, baritones, and saxaphones,
the bold attack of the French horns and trumpets,
the clear resonance of the upper Woodwinds. Those
were the sounds of practice-that ever imperfect
routine that sought perfection in perfonnance and
gave to the Bulldog Symphonic Band that quality
by which it maintains an outstanding record.
French horn players dembnstrate the importance of playing one's
part and blending with the parts of other instruments.
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dettes in their skillfully planned performances.
Mary Ann Pine, a Sophomore, displays remarkable poise
in her second year as a majorette.
Sparkling ndettes Appl Twirling bilities
Sophomore, Diane Simpler, contributes her twirling abilities
to the creation of delightful Andette routines.
Strutting across the field in their new pink and
white uniforms the 1966 Andettes added a flavor
of excitement to the football games. To create
and perfect such outstanding routines as their in-
dividual fire twirling, the girls Worked long, tiring
hours. Their efforts made sparkle, shine, spec-
tacle-the Andettes of 1966.
Patsy Cassady, although a Freshman, excels in her first
Displaying leadership and musical ability, accomplished
Drum Major Steve Wiggins, a junior, skillfully directs the
1966-67 Andalusia High School Marching Band during
Senior Council Members: FIRST ROW: P. King, T. King, I. Wiggins, C. West, B. Cumbie, M. Posey. SECOND ROW
A. Schcrf, H. Patterson, I. Rodgers, S. Boles, D. Holmes, M. Gibson, B. Krudop. THIRD ROW: C. Campbell, B.
L. Gantt, M. Wyatt, N. Williams, C. Martin, P. Jones, and R. Pitts.
Band Excels In Precision Marching
Throughout the football season the Andalusia
Bulldog Marching Band, under the baton of Drum
Major Steve Wiggins and the instruction of Band
Director jim Nettlcs, continually captivated each
Friday night audience. The Elba show, planned by
the senior members, featured favorite arrangements
of such songs as "The Lonely Bullv and "The
To climax a season of superb entertainment the
band, with the Choral Department, presented a
gripping program of patriotic music-a grand finale
for a magnificent season.
Members of the Andalusia Bulldog Marching Band proudly
step to the rhythm of the popular "Brasses to the Four.',
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junior Band Members: FIRST ROW: K. Class, G. Thagard, C. Pitts, D. Boatwright, C. Dickenson, I. Eiland, L. Enzor,
L. Merrill, S. Reeves, B. Taylor, B. Little, G. Cibson, E. Mullins. SECOND ROW: M. Hinson, VV. Haynes, R. Powell, R.
Phillips, J. White, M. Taylor, B. Turner, B. Snowden, N. Pace, C. Sullivan, B. Ieffcoat, D. Rabren. THIRD ROW: W.
Beasley, L. Patterson, A. Smyly, M. Dubose, E. Horton, R. jones, F. Henderson, V. Butler, D. Stewart, B. Waller, D.
Padgett, T. Shaw, T. Grantham, H. Jones, and B. Jones.
Junior Band cquires arching Techniques
'hm Early in the 1966-67 school year, members
of a most promising Iunior Band eagerly be-
gan finalizing their foremost ambition-
membership in the Andalusia High School
The band members began practicing for
their first appearance in the Homecoming
Parade. Under the experienced supervision of
Mr. Jim Nettles, the troop of seventh graders
marched heads high-second only to their
senior colleagues, the Senior Band.
The Junior Band also accompanied the
Bulldog Band in the Andy cheering section for
the Bulldogis final battle with the Opp Bob-
cats. These rapidly maturing bandsmen also
marched in Andalusiais Christmas Parade and
joined with the Senior Concert Band to pre-
sent two concerts.
To climax the year, each band member who
73 passed his Third Class Bandsmcn Test gradu-
ated to a long-desired position in the senior
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The junior Band members confidently march through
downtown Andalusia in the Homecoming Parade.
the face of glamour and recognition
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Miss Mary Evelyn Waits
Miss Allona Gomillion
Seniors Carol Campbell
Seniors Edith Bristow
Seniors Nancy Hair
Seniors Sue ,I ones
Seniors .lady Stokes
Juniors Antara Stanley
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Mary Lynn Turner
Mary Ann Pine
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Freshmen Pam Meridith
Kenny Mc Whorter
Junior Ps Cindy Bonner
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Good Citizenship Girl
The Good Citizenship Girl, selected by the
senior class and the faculty, was Edith Bris-
Awarded annually by the Andalusia Chap-
ter of the Daughters of the American Revolu-
tion, this award is presented to the senior
girl who displays the qualities of leadership,
patriotism, service, and dependability.
As president of the 1966 Student Council,
Edith led the school in a determined drive
against campus littering and launched a for-
eign exchange program. Active in many choral
programs, Edith was a member of the An-
daires, the A Cappella choir and participated
in All-State Chorus for two years.
After graduation, Edith plans to attend
Auburn University to major in journalism.
As Selected By The Faculty
This year the faculty departments recognized
twenty-two seniors outstanding in scholarship,
aptitude, creativity, attitude, initiative, and appli-
cation of ability. The areas in which they excelled
Were: Commercial Arts-general typing, office
occupations, Cultural Arts- art, dramatic art,
foreign languages, reading, English-grammar,
journalism, literature, Mathematics-advanced
math, algebra, geometry, Music-chorus, concert
Science-biology, chemistry, physics, Social 1 'lsf1: f lll
Sciences-economics, government, history, Voca-
tional Arts-diversified education, home econom-
ics, mechanical drawing, vocational agriculture,
vocational industrial education.
band, marching band, Physical Education, SOCIAL SCIENCES
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Andalusia T. R. Miller
Head coach Doug Barfield ffrontl and assistant coaches Larry
Hancock and Leon Akins concentrate on Andy-Ozark play.
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FIRST ROVV: C. Wilson, M. Kinard, R. Gavin, D. Radcliff, B. Dannelly, C. Sikes, P. Murphy, F.. Rabren. SECOND
ROVV: D. Holmes, P. Armstrong, R. Kale, G. Petty, B. Boswell, G. Waits, C. Boswell, K. Carvin, L. Faison, I. Barton,
K. Gantt, T. Bozeman. THIRD ROW: C. Floyd, R. Brooms, I. Tisdale, D. Gantt, M. Merrill, D. Miller, K. Horton, R.
Horton, B. Boles, T. King, D. Hogue, I. Barton, W. Mills, T. Palmer. FOURTH ROW: J. Lane, L. Bundrick, A. Carter,
I. McDonald, W. Wallace, T. Eiland, H. Tipler, M. Hudson, V. Stokes, J. Smith, I. Pierson, I. Barrett, and M. Suggs.
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back Alan Carter steps off seven more
for a first down.
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of bounds by Andy defenders Ricky Kale quarterback Tom Palmer dis-
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plays his running style.
ver zark 7-6
A mettlc defense proved to be the key
to victory in the 1966 grid season opener
as the Andalusia Bulldogs slipped by Ozark
7-6. After the Eagles had chalked up a
six-pointer late in the first period, the
hard-fighting Andy line successfully made
two goal-line stands-one just before the
half, the other near the gameis end. Andy's
sole touchdown came in the early fourth
quarter as fullback Kyle Gantt made a
three-yard plunge into pay dirt following
a hand-off by quarterback Tom Palmer.
Guard Tony King booted the Point After
Touchdown and the winning point flashed
onto the scoreboard.
Quarterback Tom Palmer is assisted from the field
after receiving a knee injury which plagued him
the rest of the season.
Hoping to duplicate their 1965 win over
Parrish High of Selma, the Andy Bulldogs
took the field in the second match of the
year and came off ahead of the Rams
20-10. Andalusia scored first on a three-
yard sweep by quarterback Tom Palmer,
climaxing a 71-yard first period drive. The
Piarns answered in the third quarter with
a touchdown good for seven, and a 17-
yard field goal. In the fourth quarter, fol-
lowing a fumble recovery by Andy tackle
Malcom Suggs at the Selma three, fullback
Kyle Gantt carried the pigskin through the
middle for another TD. As the clock ticked
off the final minute of play, quarterback
Griff Sikes handed off at the two to Gantt
who plunged for the final touchdown.
Rover Alan Carter halts Selma carrier Don Ingram.
Again displaying an energetic defense, the Andy
Bulldogs battled to a I3-0 victory over the Luverne
Tigers in the seasonis third contest. After an early
Bulldog drive had been stymied by a Luverne pass
interception and return, the alert Andy defense
spotted a Luverne fumble and pounced on it at
the KDog 29. In the second quarter, Tommy Eiland
latched onto a deflected pass from Tom Palmer
and sprinted 23 yards for the first score. In the
last period, a blocked Luverne punt wobbled into
the Tiger end zone and was promptly covered by
Eiland for the second TD. The PAT by guard
Tony King capped the score.
After a gain of 12 yards, wingback Paul Armstrong is
pulled down by Tigers Charles and Steve Miller.
Determined to kccp their record spotless, the
Bulldogs halted the Henderson High Trojans of
Troy 13-6 in a battle of the undefeated. Andy was
overpowered in the first quarter as hard-pushing
Troy executed a 60-yard drive. However, a four-
play goal-line stand slowed the advancing Trojans
and prevented a score. In the second period, after
maneuvering the Bulldogs from 55 yards out,
quarterback Tom Palmer made a three-yard sweep
for the gamels first touchdown. The PAT by guard
Tony King put Andy ahead 7-O. Early in the fourth
quarter, following the recovery of a Trojan fumble
by Andy linebacker Dewey Hogue, quarterback
Griff Sikcs directed the Bulldogs from the 23 to
another score. The Trojans bounced back minutes
later with a TD of their own, but failed to follow
up with another before the final whistle blew.
Fullback Kyle Gantt rushes over Trojan James Flowers.
Maintaining their solid defense and dis-
playing a potent offense, the Bulldogs rolled
over the T.B. Miller Tigers of Brewton in a
one-sided 40-14 victory. Trying for their fifth
straight 1966 win, the Bulldogs opened the
scoring on a 24-yard pass play from quarter-
back Tom Palmer to wingback Paul Arm-
strong. ln the second quarter Armstrong
struck again from the one. Minutes later
quarterback Griff Sikes completed to wing-
back Alan Carter in the end Zone for the
third Andy TD, and shortly after connected
with end Tommy Eiland for the fourth. Full-
back Kyle Gantt scored on a short plunge in
the third period, and in the fourth B-teamer
Gary Petty landed a pass in the end zone for
the final touchdown.
Andy defensive men Alan Carter 1889 and Criff Sikes
C151 draw a bead on Miller fullback Iimmy Campbell.
In first period Greenville play fullback Kyle Gantt records ten.
To Andy 21-0
Bouncing back after their surprising
draw with Greenville, the Andy Bulldogs
walloped the Florala YVildcats 21-O. Play
in the first quarter was listless, but grew
lively in the second as Andy quarterback
Tom Palmer engineered two sizable drives
-the latter climaxed by a three-yard touch-
down by fullback Kyle Gantt. XVingback
Paul Armstrong provided the most exciting
offensive feature of the game as he re-
turned the second halfis opening kick-off
92 yards for a TD. Only four minutes later
the Bulldogs recorded their final score on
a 40-yard pass play from quarterback Griff
Sikes to wingback Alan Carter.
Fighting for extra yardage, wingback Paul Arm-
strong tries to shake off a clutching Wildcat.
Losing their chance for a perfect record,
the Andalusia Bulldogs battled the Green-
ville Tigers to a 13-13 tie in the sixth match
of the season. Andy opened the scoring on
a 51-yard pass play executed by quarter-
back Tom Palmer and wingback Alan Car-
ter. Guard Tony King supplied the PAT,
and the Bulldogs led 7-0. Fiery Greenville
charged back minutes later to execute a
74-yard drive capped by a TD. At the half,
the score stood 7-7. In the fourth quarter,
Andy earned six more points on a one-
yard carry by fullback Kyle Gantt. How-
ever, hopes of a sixth Bulldog victory were
cooled when hard-fighting Greenville
scored again with only one minute left in
To Cats 7-0
Encountering their first damaging set-
back of the season, the Bulldogs fell to
the powerful Enterprise XVildcats 7-O. The
Dogs, fighting for a homecoming victory
in the seventh game of the season, shone
defensively as they held the 1965 con-
ference champions to only one TD. First
quarter play was strictly defensive With the
VVildcats managing the single first down of
that period. As time in the first half drew
short, Enterprise intercepted a Bulldog
pass and began a successful 47-yard drive
to the end zone With the Winning points
being scored in the last three seconds. Andy
set up daring drives in the third and
fourth periods, but the tenacious Enterprise
defense put the hex on all Bulldog scoring
Enterprise back Larry Cocks is pursued by defensive
back Paul Armstrong.
Encountering a duo of Wildcat defenders, halfback
Mike Kinard attempts a midfield turn.
Tommy Eiland prepares to intercept speedy Enterprise half-
back Dewayne Moore.
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second. loss of the year, the Bulldogs
came out on the short end of a heart-
breaking 7-6 score. From the beginning
it was a defensive battle, and neither
team scored until Andy fullback Kyle
Gantt tallied on a two yard carry with
just 36 seconds left in the first period.
Elba put a hard rush on the PAT at-
tempt, and Andalusia was held to a
6-O lead. Three minutes before the half,
the Tigers struck back on a six-yard end-
zone pass play. XVith a successful point
after attempt, Elba led 7-6. The high
hopes of offense-minded Andy for a
better second half were extinguished as
the obstinate Tigers prevented the Bull-
dogs from even establishing challenging
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Thoroughly checking Ronnie H0rton's locker for defective
equipment are managers Dozier Simmons and jerry Bul-
Robert Rudd, team trainer, aids defensive end Glen Wil-
son's injured knee.
Five essential elements to Andalusiais 1966-67
athletic season were the Bulldogs, corps of man-
agers. Appearing on the scene at all sports events,
these conscientious students saw that the teams
remained in first-rate playing condition. Bill Mc-
Innish and Al Pelham were managers in charge
of uniform maintenance While Jerry Bullock and
Dozier Simmons repaired the equipment and kept
the lockers in order. Robert Budd, a manager for
two years, assumed the role of trainer for the
Clothing managers Al Pelham and Bill Mclnnish find
their work made easier by the newly acquired heavy-duty
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LUVERNE 13 ANDALUSIA 6
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OZARK 20 ANDALUSIA 7
ENTERPRISE 19 ANDALUSIA 0
ENTERPRISE 13 ANDALUSIA 6
OPP 0 ANDALUSIA 27
junior team coaches, Phillip Brogden and Clayton Bryant,
examine the day's practice schedule.
FIRST ROW: Tommy Griffin, Curtis Wilson, Larry Oliver, Hoke Smith, Johnny Bass. SECOND ROW: Steve McGiffert,
Tony Miller, Levon Glisson, Bruce Strickland, jerry Eiland, Lester Bullock, Robert Holley, Wayne Strickland, George
Tisdale, Donald Hinson, Benny Dunn, Mike Pope. THIRD ROWV: Tim Hudson, Al Adams, VVayne Walden, Ricky Russell,
David Andress, David Feachen, David Lord, jimmy King, Buddy Brannon, Frank Bodie, Steve Glass, Mike Newman.
FOURTH ROW: Sonny VVyatt, Eddie Bass, Clark Wilson, Kim Bryant, Louis Norrell, Lewis Rawls, Malon Wilson,
Frank Bundrick, Donnie WViggins, Charles Burge, Johnny Fuqua, Tommy VVhite, Steve Bozeman, Bob Pursell.
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Andalusia Pleasant Home
Andalusia Pleasant Home
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Andalusia VV. S. Neal
Varsity basketball coach Mr. Clayton Bryant, in a post-game
conversation with the Enterprise coach, discusses Andy's
Going up against Pleasant Home, senior center Steve
Brooks adds two to the Andy score
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The B-Team Basketball Squad-FIRST ROW: B. Dannelly, D. Tillman, B. Brannon, B. Thomasson SECOND ROW S
Bryant, D. Wiggins, I. McDonald, L. Craig, H. Tipler, L. Bandrick, and manager E. Eddins.
Under the capable leadership of Coach
Larry Hancock, the B-team basketball
squad maintained an excellent record by
Winning their first eleven games. Larry
Craig headed the team in rebounds with
an average of sixteen per game. Pivot man
Harvey Tipler, teamed with guard Donnie
Tillman, came through with a nine-point
game average. Steve Bryant led the team
in free-throws by making fourteen out of
sixteen in the first eleven games.
Football line coach Larry Hancock also super-
vises B-Team basketball.
For Varsity Play
Tho Iunior haslwthall tcauns have up-
held Couch Leon Akins' philosophy of
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ganna-. Through participation in the
sport. invmlwrs have gained valuable
lessons in tactics and sportsmansliip, les-
sons which will prepare them for future
FIRST ROYV: J. Eiland, J. Tillman, G. Pitts,
A. McWVh0rter, I. Eiland. SECOND ROVV: J.
Carter, B. McDonald, K. Curry, W. Kale, E.
FIRST ROYV: V. WVOodham, M. Pope, G
Brooks, L. Tillcry, B. Brannon, I. King, A
VVindham, G. McNeese. SECOND ROYV: E
Turner, C. Burdgc, P. Fleming, I. McDonald
FIRST ROW: D. Tillman, M. Goodson, W.
King, H. Smith, D. Jordan. SECOND ROW:
T. Miller, A. Adams, D. Andress, M. Wilson,
M. Newman, S. Wyatt, C. Wilson.
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4 T.R. MILLER 6 7 DOTHAN 5
9 GREENVILLE 4 8 W.S. NEAL 6
5 TROY 4 11 ENTERPRISE 1
1 LUVERNE 11 3 ENTERPRISE 2
3 McGILL 4 5 ENTERPRISE 4
5 VIGOR 4 12 LUVERNE 1
10 T.R. MILLER 0 5 ALL STARS 4
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Members of the 1966 Baseball Team who will return for the 1967 season are as follows-FIRST ROW: Mike Kinard
Kyle Gantt, Mike Merrill. SECOND ROW: Ronny Horton, Harvey Tipler, Tommy Eiland, Ricky Kale. NOT PICTURED.
Tom Palmer, Griff Sikes, and Philip Wise.
FIRST ROW Ewell Turner Buddy Brannon Donnie Wiggins Nlike Kinard, Criff Sikes, Kyle Gantt, Mike Merrill.
SECOND ROW joel Rodgers Larry Bundrick Ben Barrow loc Sanders, Malcom Suggs, William W'allace, Tom Palmer,
Tony King., Clyde Bass THIRD ROW Joe McDonald Ric y Ixale Yan Stokes, Paul Armstrong, Tommy Eiland, Alan
After recording a season of fifteen wins
and five losses, the Andalusia baseball team
defeated Enterprise in the South Alabama
Conference play-off. Andalusia played
host to Enterprise for the first game in
which pitcher Danny Little struck out
twelve men to win the game by a score
of two to one. The second encounter of
the series was held in Enterprise where
pitcher Philip XYise sparked the team to
an ll-1 victory. The highlight of the game
came in thc fifth inning when Tom Palmer
slamed a homerun over the left field fence.
Aftcr the fifth inning, the Enterprise team
forfeited the game and the Conference
championship to Andalusia.
Andy second baseman Mike Merrill awaits
ball to tag out Vigor runner.
The 1966 baseball team, coached by Mr.
Leon Akins, ended its season with outstand-
ing individual records. Terry Dubose had the
best overall batting average with a 430. Lead-
ing the team in scoring with a total of six
homeruns was Ottis Griggs. Mike Ray tallied
twelve stolen bases during the season While
Dubose and Griggs each finished the year
with twenty runs batted in. After the season
Griggs accepted an offer with a bonus to
play major league ball with the. Boston Red
Sophomore center-fielder Kyle Gantt readies to grab
a deep fly to the outfield.
During pre-game batting practice Griff Sikes slams a In a Pre-season warmup ace southpaw Tommy Eiland
fastball to left field. tests hls fastball.
967 TEANI FIRST ROW Vary Ani VVairen Loretta Nelson Call Smith Ioanne Stuart, Mary Allen Beasley, Sponsor Mr.
layton Thomas SECOND ROW Mike Wells Stan Davis Larry Faison Phillip jones, Iudy Stokes, Carol Campbell, Nancy
illiims Kathy VValler THIRD ROW Wayne Mills Mike Wyatt WV1lliam VVallace, Don Holmes, Charles Martin, Mark
Tennis, for years a popular though un-
organizcd sport at Andalusia High
School, finally became a co-ordinated
activity in 1966. Following extensive
court improvements, a tennis club and
later a tennis team were initiated under
the direction of Mr. Bill Ward, guidance
Activities of 1966 consisted of an inter-
school tournament sponsored by the
club and two team matches which were
both lost to Dothan. Mr. Clayton Tho-
mas, new coach and past member of the
Troy State College tennis team, ex-
pressed hope for expanded program in
Mike WVells, the number two man on the 1966
tennis squad, limbers up during fall practice.
The 1967 Track Team coaches, Mr. Larry Hancock and
Mr. Doug Barfield, review plans for coming season.
Three Seasonal Meets
During the 1966 season, the Andalusia Track
team participated in three regular season meets-
the South Alabama Conference meet in Enterprise,
the Second District Track Meet in Troy, and the
Three-XVay Meet in Opp.
In the first encounter the Bulldogs ran fourth in
a field of thirteen with Troy carrying away the
honors for first place.
Troy tallied seventy-two points to win the second
meet, While Andalusia held third place with a total
of fourty-four points.
The tracksters capped the season hy winning
over Greenville and Opp in the final contest. Wlhile
Tony King and Tom Palmer ranked second and
third respectively in the discus, Terry Duhose
placed second in the shot put to lead Andalusia to
a victorious score of seventy-two points.
The 1966 Track Team-FIRST ROW: Ray Gavin, Tom Palmer, Tony King, Eddie Rabren. SECOND ROW: Bill Cook
Reese Broom, and Clyde Bass.
Senior Tony King demonstrates to junior Tom Palmer the art of throwing the discus.
Senior Clyde Bass speeds down the track during the 100-yard dash. Anticipating the next three, senior Bill Cook
rounds the first lap of the mile.
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junior broad jumper Reese Broom warms up before a meet.
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Return For 67 Season
Although the 1966 Track Team lost two of its
three meets, each of the members gained valuable
experience in his own field. Reese Brooms special-
ized in the 880-yard dash. While Eddy Rayburn
and Bill Cook each ran the mile. Tony King and
Tom Palmer excelled in the discus by placing
second and third respectively in the Three Wfay
Meet held in Opp. Ray Gavin held down two
important positions, the 100-yard dash and the
220-yard dash. Of the above mentioned cinder-
men, all six returned for the 1967 track season.
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Miller both times while splitting 1-1 with the other , ' 1 '
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Ozark, the Andy linksters came in second behind 7 5l,',1'E:W,'f,.
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Bill Cumbie, and Scott Kirkland. Not pictured is the '66 coach, Mr. Doug Barfield.
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more fullback Kyle Gantt was also an Went to center Rgnny H01-ton,
Receiving All-Conference mention were tailback Paul Armstrong and end
Senior guard Tony King, awarded the
Best Blocking Lineman Trophy, was also
an AP All-Stater.
Junior tackle Jimmy Smith received the
Most Improved Player Award.
Several of Andalusia's senior high athletes re-
ceived recognition for achievements during thc
1966-67 sports, year.
All 1966 grid awards were made at the annual
football banquet on Friday, January 20. The Most
Valuable Player Award went to guard, linebacker,
place-kicker Tony King. Fullback Kyle Gantt re-
ceived the Best Blocking Back trophy while King
was named Best Blocking Lineman. Tackle jimmy
Smith was cited as Most Improved Player and
center Bonny Horton took the Scholastic Award.
Three Andy gridmen received All-Conference or
All-State honors. End Tommy Eiland and tailback
Paul Armstrong received top conference positions
while Tony King ranked as an Associated Press
In basketball Philip VVise was an all-conference
pick at forward, and lcd the Bulldog roundballers
in scoring by consistantly shooting over twenty
points per game.
To complete the list of outstanding Bulldog
athletes, Andyis 1966 baseball team had three all-
staters. Terry Dubose won noticc at first base,
Otis Griggs at catcher, and Criff Sikes at shortstop.
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1966 grid squad. rated an All-Conference position.
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Leading the 1967 Senior Class through an outstanding year were Officers Phillip jones, vice-president, Carol Campbell,
secretary, Jatricia Cotton, treasurer, and Sponsors Mr. James A. Wilson, Mrs. M. D. Taylor, Mr. W. C. Carr, and
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ton, and Jatricia Cotton discuss plans for ordering invitations.
Serving the Class of 1967 for two years as President, Ronny Horton
practices his graduation speech.
Leading And Being Led
Allred, Mary Evelyn
Bledsoe, Mary Ann
Feeling Proudly The Unaeeustomed Weight
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OUTSTANDING IN PERSONALITY- PAM MARTIN
Of A Senior Class Ring Un A Finger - - -
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OUTSTANDING IN TALENT- EMILY ALBRITTON
Working Into The Night To Put Winning
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The Senior Homecoming float, "I Came, I Saw, I Conqueredn,
conquered all competition by defeating the Junior Class float
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Touches Un A Final Homecoming Float
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Grimes, Mary Beth
OUTSTANDING SENSE OF HUMOR-
Torment Of Macbeth And Pondering Hamlet...
Kelly, Sue Ann
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OUTSTANDING IN VERSATILITY-
MIKE KIN ARD
Mailing A College Application With The
Hope Of Receiving Letter f Acceptance...
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Posey, Mary Emma
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Sharing With Special Friends A Last A.E.A
Rowell, Mac ,
Runyan, jimmae -H R "'
Scherf, Aurelia R
OUTSTANDING IN APPEARANCE- SUE FRANKLIN
OUTSTANDING IN SERVICE-
Marching To The Strains Of
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Waits? Mary Evelyn
Class Officers And ponsors Guide Senior
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junior Class Sponsors, Miss Lynda
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Mrs. Mal Browder, Mr.. Clayton
Thomas, and Miss Winona King
total magazine sales' earnings
after a successful six weeks of
Entering the Scherf home, Junior
Class Officers, Bob Brooks, presi-
dent, joy McDaniel, secretary-
treasurer, and Steve Wiggins, vice-
president, plan to discuss theme
ideas in preparation for the Junior-
llis Through Memorable Year Of Activities
Senior Il's Struggle Through Preliminary
MOST ATTRACTIVE- ' LOYE ZEANAH
College Entrance Examinations
MOST POPULAR- MARTHA PITTMAN
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M y Dupree, Debbie
:HI Edwards, Ronnie
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F endley, Jimmy
MOST MANNERLY- MOLLY FAULK
And Vocational Training For Senior Il's
F ontes, Tommy
5 Gantt, Danny
of Gibbons, Barbara
Sharp-Shooting Junior Girls '60utring"
Griffith, Lou Ann
Seniors ln Powder-Puff Basketball Battle
MOST FUN-LOVINC-- JANET SOUTHWELL
Kilpatrick, Mary Ann
Junior Class Adds Gaiety To 667 Homecoming
Lee, Winola A
McDaniel, Carolyn L
Festivities With Colorful Float Entry
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Class Of '68 Looks Forward To Upcoming
MOST TALENTED- ANTARA STANLEY
Year As Urders Are Placed For Senior Rings
uBushmen" Provide Music As Juniors Stage
N Anticipating a wonderful evening, Tommy Eiland and
' Linda Macon share thoughts before leaving for the Junior-
Spectacular Spring Prom For Seniors
MOST DEPENDABLE- JOY McDANIEL
Junior Magazine Sales Hi-lite Drive To
Iulanne Browder, Bob Brooks, Katherine Anthony, Molly Faulk, and Candy Bozeman receive prizes for outstanding maga
Increase Funds Of Class Treasury
Enterprising Sophomores Score Victor Over
Beesley, Mary Allyn
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ALBRITTONS 8. RANKIN
ANDALUSIA GIN COMPANY, INC.
ANDALUSIA HIDE 8 JUNK COMPANY
ANDALUSIA SERUM COMPANY
ATTORNEY WILLIAM H. BALDWIN
BOWMAN'S RADIO LABORATORY
BOZEMAN'S BARBER SHOP
MR. JOE M. BROOKS
BUTLER'S FEED 8. SEED COMPANY
CREDIT BUREAU of ANDALUSIA
CREECH JEWELRY COMPANY
DR. WILLIAM G. CUMBIE
DR. L.V. CURTS
DR. JOHN H. ESTEP
DR. RAY EVERS
DR. JOSEPH K. FONTES
DR. D.L. GANTT
JAY REALTY COMPANY
DR. R.A. JOHNSON
GORDON S. JONES, C.P.A.
ATTORNEY J. FLETCHER JONES
KENWIN SHOPS, INC.
DR. E.P. KING 8. DR. CHARLES BRUNSON
DR. W.G. KING
DR. J.H. KYZAR
LIB'S BEAUTY SHOP
DR. M.E. MACKMILLER
MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP
DR. JUANITA B. McDONALD
DR. D.L. McINNISH
DR. THOMAS A. MELTON
DR. L.L. PARKER
P.K. HOME BUILDERS
POWELL 8. SIKES
ATTORNEY JAMES M. PRESTWOOD
ATTORNEY ROGER PRESTWOOD
REID 8. COMPANY
REX POWELL GENERAL INSURANCE
DR. W.R. ROLAND
THEO WELCH GROCERY 81 MARKET
TIPLER 8. FULLER, ATTORNEYS
TURNER SUPPLY COMPANY
DR. W.W. WADSORTH
WALKER ELECTRIC COMPANY
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
WEST HIGHLAND VARIETY STORE
WHOLESALE SERVICE COMPANY
DR. TOLBERT E. VICKERY
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Parts is stocked with charming
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iwdhirkbl b automotive equipment.
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1 the Memolusia were made by the
'aft of Virginia's Studios and
COVINGTON COUNTY BANK
Demonstrating the new NCR posting machine, Mrs. James Barron explains the bookkeeping system
at Covington County Bank to Don Holmes and Ann Spencer.
B.E. Faulkner, President James A. Young, Asst. Vice Pres.
LR. Deal, Exec. Vice Pres. Col. E.M. Pollard, Dir. of Pub. Rel.
Mrs. John C. l'l0lmeS, VP.-COSlIier Mrs. Jack Brawner, Asst. Cashier
STOKES AND BRDGDEN STOCK YARDS
SDUTH-EAST ALABAMA GAS DISTRICT
FRS 6660 A TSKTSAAPGEK
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line pressure in Towns ofher than Andalusia.
COLUMBIA NURSING HOME
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Lena Moore while on duty as volunteers at Columbia General Nursing Home is a rewarding ex-
COLUMBIA GENERAL HOSPITAL
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ment soon to be replaced by a new model which is the seventh like it in the world.
CARROLL 'WON S
300 Sanford Road
"Mark Every Grave"
BENSON 8: COMPANY
117 East Three Notch 301 Chwch Shea'
Andalusia, Alabama Andalusia, Alabama
ANDALUSIA LAUNDRY 8: DRY CLEANERS
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Theresa Davis explains to Sherman King how she can mix business with pleasure when she brings her
clothes to Andalusia Laundry and Dry Cleaners -- maybe even get a red and white bulldog booster!
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Adele Broughton, enioying the comforts of her father's office, pretends to be a big wheel inthe world
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A tree house will do for Jo Beth McDaniel and Shelby Searcy while they are young, but when they are
adults they'll need to insure with Proctor Agency.
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i AndaIusia's Preferred
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Mrs. Floy B. McCrory-Owner
31 Beautiful Units
Air Conditioned-Swimming Pool
Located on Hwy. 29
3 mi. North of Andalusia
h Cotton Street Andalusia, Alabama
Fabulous No. 6
McCulloch Arista Craft
62I River Falls Street
IS OUR PLEDGE TO YOU!
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Cbmforl and Cowvfuifnci
Phone 222-I 123 Mrs. Grace Larson
'I344 River Falls St.
Put to work by his father,
Taylor Williams "keeps the
store" at the Ben Williams
Company booth at the Caving
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106 South '
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Need that special bolt, that certain iron skillet, or any other un
personnel, like Bob and Barbara Brooks, of Brooks Hardware.
usual item? Just contact the friendly
ALABAMA TEXTILE PRODUCTS
J, A, THOMPSON ------------ Executive Vice President
PAUL SCHERFI -------------- Vice President
JOHN G. SCHERF, JR. -------- Vice President
J, R, TAYLOR -------------- Vice President
S. A. CARMACK ------------- Vice President
A. M. RILEY --------------- Vice President
JACK M. STUDSTILL ---------- Secretary
L. O. FAULK --------------- T recsurer
BEATRICE W. BRANTLEY ------ Ass't Sec.-Treas.
Congratulations to the Class of
Alabama Textile Products Corporation
The Andale Company
Finest Quality Dress Shirts THE JOHN G. SCHERF
Sport Shirts, Paiamas, Shorts
Matched Uniforms, Semi-Dress INDUSTRIES
Slaclcs and Jackets
"Commerce is the equalizer ofthe wealth of nationsl'
Area Code 205-222-SIII TWX 205-570-03I0
ANOALUSIA TIRE COMPANY
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Who says a girl can't change a tire? Certainly not Lois Adderhold and .Ian Brown! Both agree, however,
that Andalusia Tire Company can do a much better iob.
THE CHILOREN'S SHOP
"INFANTS TO TEENS"
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201 Church Street Andalusia, Alabama
City Hall - Andalusia 226 South Cotton St.
FAUSTINE 8r LUCILLE'S
205 B. Church Street
TOWN LINE MOTEL
At A Reasonable
VILLAGE PRESCRIPTION CENTER
"I iust know I1e's going to love this"' Maria Pressely tell
s Lynn Adams as she gives I1er a whiff of a
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Koihy and Lesa Merrill enioy a ride on The hydraulic lift at the Andalusia Lumber and Supply Company,
where Their father, Mr. Thomas Merrill, is manager.
416 So. 3-Notch St. - 222-3060
.lonell Brunson Florence Boyefte
LM. MERRILL MOTORS
Q sfsiexsian nudge
238 South Cotton Street
COLLINS REALTY CARL'S
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819 River Falls Street
213 Dunson Street
218 South Cotton Street
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FINDLEY .IEWELRY STORE
Judy Varner shows Becky McNeese what to buy for a special friend from the wide variety at Findley
Jewelry and Gift Shop.
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COVINGTON STORES CO., INC.
ANDALUSIA'S OLDEST CLOTHIER
A Merchandise Of Dependable Quality 5-
CHAIN sAw co.
A 'eli M0XQ7EHJN." ISIO River Falls Street
A I Phone 222-6115 - P.o. Box 878
POULANSAWS HOMELITESAWS SALES
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CHARM CENTER BARBEOUE
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ALWAYS F!RST QUALITY!
A Nation Wide lnstitution
Which Serves Over Sixteen Hundred
Communities ln The U.S.A.
Serves You ln
SHOP AT PENNEY'S
Are they real? Of course they are!
These "mannikins" are actually
Hannah Rosen and Sheila Rabren
modeling the lovely clothes to be
found at Turner's.
JOHNSON BROTHER'S JEWELRY
K m Cocle examines
a s lver fro Thaf
Jonef Johnson sug-
ges s as a mos ap-
proprlcfe gif? for c
dese ng Teacher.
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N ON E-HOUR CLEANERS
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HAM'S MEN SHOP
FOR THE MAN OF
H7 East Three Notch
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BEAUTY 5 81 IOC STORE
502 Stanley Street X
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can't tell you a better 'I
place to shop than
S V.J. Elmore
Q rm KY AGENCY
:QW 4 South Three Notch Street
306 East Three Notch
"You'II find it easy to relax in a chair from
Sullivan Furniture Store -the working man's
KYZAR MILLING COMPANY
Mflnufacturers Ot "Big K" Feeds
Distributors Of Nutrena Feeds And Concentrates
Phone: 222-382I Andalusia, Alabama
BASS-CATON INSURANCE AGENCY
Jerry Teel shows Mary Lynn Turner, Gary Lunsforcl, and Sally Bass bow they may plan for the future by pur-
chasing life insurance from Bass-Catan Insurance Agency.
SPICER DRIVE-IN CLEANERS
EXPERT DRY CLEANERS
Alterations and Repairs
Mr. 81 Mrs. J. M.
BARTON GRUCERY 81 MARKET
Staple 8- Fancy Groceries
Fresh Fruits 8. Vegetables 8. Top Quality Meats
Phone: 222-51121 532 S. Cotton St.
Andalusia , Alabama
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ABC RADTO NETWORK F000
106 East Three-Notch Street
DANLEY FURNITURE CO.
Energetic iunior high students boost school spirit and support the bulldogs
with megaphones donated by Danley Furniture Company.
l04 South Three-Notch Street
At Baxter's Shoe Store Debbie Dupree demonstrates to Bill
Gantt the "magic machine" that automatically indicates his
correct shoe size.
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THE BEST FOOD IN TOWN
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BOZEMAN 0'NEAl. AGENCY
949 River Falls Street
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L. C. Stokes
940 South Three-Notch Street
By-Pass 29 222-5609
Although most girls know very little about cars, Judy Terry has resolved to delve into that "no-girl's-land"
under an automobile hood. Here, Judy takes a lesson from her father, owner ot Terry's Garage.
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BROWN AND HAIR TIRE COMPANY, INC.
A. H. S. varsity cheerleaders, Katherine Anthony, Pam Martin, Nancy Hair, Robin Radcliff, Theresa Al-
britton, and Emily Albritton demonstrate that buying tires at Brown and Hair Tire Company is something
to cheer about.
COVINGTON I A - X FOR ALL YOUR
G Bur Lama
BUILDIN 4 . 7 NEEDS
l 1 7 7 East Three Notch Street
JAMES HENRY GROCERY
Thoughtful shoppers, Ginger Harrison, Barbara Henry, Eva Brunson, Patsy Cassady, and Kay Hasseil buy
all their A.E.A. supplies at James Henry's Grocery and Market.
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100 Opp Avenue
"Well Informed Kids
STAR NEWS, Too!"
202 Dunson Street 222-1101
COUNT DARLING CHEVROLET
Ricky Russell steps into the driver's seat ot a 1967 Corvette at the grand opening ot the new Count Darling
Chevrolet Agency on the West By-Pass in Andalusia.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
W. L. Hatcher
J. A. Godwin
W. H. Carpenter
C. P. Cope
A TREAT FOR TASTE QA FOOD FOR l'lEMTYl
Best Sandwiches ln Town
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live a little!
202 East Three-Notch Street
Planning a party? lt so,
Phyllis Taylor, Kyle Gantt,
and .leron Darby will tell you
that the best place to buy
your decorations is West
Brothers in Towncrest Plaza.
0. A. SALVO
W 'lOl South Cotton Street
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a Bclrber's Milk is so nutritious, Scott Nettles makes sure that his boby sister, Ginger, gets onIy
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Walker Business Machines
119 N. Cotton-222-6255
Andalusia, Alabama 36420
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LIFE BLUE CROSS
ALABAMA FARM BUREAU
20l East Watson Street
4 Court Square
Phone: 222-5500 222-M33
Seniors Judy Stokes, Nancy Williams, Mary Evelyn Waits, Nancy Hair, Edith Bristow, Theresa Albritton, and
Jatricia Cotton set fashion trends with clothes and accessories from The Williams.
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222-4567 222-4568 222-4440
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Brewton Road 421 South Three-Notch
Andalusia, Alabama CCH 222-1855
ANDALUSIA READY MIXED CONCRETE
Ready Mix Co., Inc.
Just off Sanford Road
Dial 222-5941 or 222-6241
CAMPBELL-UTSEY INSURANCE AGENCY
For that AEA holiday, Alice Utsey, Charlotte Grimes, and Cathy McWhorter feel secure, knowing that their
cur is insured with Campbell-Utsey.
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BRADLEY'S BIG "R"
Eat and drink at
BRADLEY'S BIG "R"
901 River Fails Street
Santa's treats are inspected by AngeIyn and
Dottie Pippin as they arrange the dispIay in the
window of T. P. Flower and Gift Shop.
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Shopping for refreshments at King's IGA tor a Christmas party, Linda Macon receives heip from Jerry Palmer,
Joe Wiggins, and Tommy Eiland.
KING'S IGA FOODLINERS
"Two Locations To Serve You"
403 South Three Notch 809 River Fails Street
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Completed in April, l966, the forty-bed Andalusia Hospital, a non-profit organization, is one of the
most well-equipped hospitals in the area.
Charles Little H dT I
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2l8 Church Street is the new convenient location for Little Agency, a long-established insurance
and real estate agency managed by Charles Little and Haywood Teel.
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814 River Falls Street
East Three Notch Street
310 East Watson Street
Cinderella? No, it's Mary Ann
Martin trying to keep her floor
from Cross Tile Company in
South Central Street
Phone 222-I I7I
Reid Merrill, Cecil Bullock, anc
Henry Merrill testify to the
superior quality of homes buil'
by Andalusia Manufacturing
The aerial photograph of the
school was made through the
courtesy of Mr. James Davis of
the Ellis Flying Service.
112 Church Street
222-1200 or 222-1201
Leaning against his 1967 Ford
Mustang, Chris Taylor enioys
a lazy, early spring agternoon
serenading Adele Broughton.
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Jolaine Martin and Jane Hill
examine the electric mixer they
use in home economics exploratory
MR. LEON AKINS-University of Southern Mississippi,
MRS. ROBERT ANDERSON-University of Alabama, B.S.
MRS. JERRY ANDREWS-Troy State College, B.S. 1221
MR. DOUG BARFIELD-University of Southem Mississippi,
MISS ELLEN BARROW-Huntingdon College, A.B. 1171
MRS. LEE BAUGH-La Grange College, A.B. 1231
MRS. C. C. BENNETT-Moody Bible Institute, Shelton
MRS. PHILIP BROGDEN-Auburn University 1211
MR. PHILIP BROGDEN-Auburn University, B.S. 1191
MRS. MAL BROWDER-Alabama College, Auburn Univer-
sity, A.B., M.A. 119,1521
MRS. CLAYTON BRYANT-Troy State College, B.S. 1221
MR. CLAYTON BRYANT-Troy State College, B.S. 11191
MRS. KNOX CAMPBELL-University of Alabama, Au-
burn University, B.S., M.S.Ed. 1201
MR. WILLIE CARR-Troy State College, B.S. 125,66,1381
MRS. LLOYD CRAVVFORD-University of Alabama, B.S.,
MRS. CALVIN GRANT-Troy State College, B.S. 1271
MRS. J. H. GREENE-Troy stare College, B.S. 118,19,691
MRS. HOWARD HAM-University of Alabama, B.S. 128,401
MR. LARRY HANCOCK-University of Southem Mississip-
pi, B.S. 128,1081
MISS MILDRED HART-Alabama College, B.S. 124,32,641
MISS CAROLYN HAWKINS-Judson College, B.A. 1281
MR. CHARLES HINSON-Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College, Uni-
versity of Southern Mississippi, Louisiana State University,
A.A., B.M.Ed., M.M.Ed. 121,731
MR. NEIL HYCHE-University of Alabama, B.S., M.A.. 1131
MR. WILLIAM KENNEDY-Troy State College, B.S. 118,
MR. MURRAY KING-Auburn University, M.A. 1141
MISS WINONA KING-Samford University, A.B. 116,59,
MRS. DAVE LANCASTER-University of Alabama 120,48,
MISS LYNDA LATIMER4Mississippi State College for
Women, B.S. 417,44,63,152J
MRS. ROBERT LINDER-Oklahoma College for Liberal
Arts, B.S. 126,681
MRS. JACK McCOWIN-Alabama College, A.B. 122,551
MRS. JACK MOORE-Troy State College, M.S. 1261
MR. JIM NETTLES-Auburn University, B.S. 121,791
MRS. ALBERT RANKIN-Alabama College, B.S. 1231
MRS. ERIC RUSSELL-Huntingdon College, University of
Alabama, A.B., M.A. 158,201
MISS MARCO RUSSELL-University of Alabama, B.A. 1211
MR. SHELBY SEARCY-Troy State College, Long Beach
State College, B.S., M.A. 1141
MR. SHELLIE D. SHEHAN-Bob Jones University, B.S.
121158 ANNALEE SIMMONS-Huntingdon College, A.S.
MISS CLYDE SIMMONS-Huntingdon College, Columbia
University, A.B., M.A. 116,171
MR. J. M. SMITHSON-Murray State University, B.S. 1241
MR. FRED STEARNS-Samford University, B.A.. 119,621
MR. JOHN H. STUART-Troy State College, B.S. 127,481
MR. JAMES SYLER-Troy State College, B.S. 1261
MRS. JAMES SYLER-Troy State College, B.S. 1181
MRS. M. D. TAYLOR-Florida State University, A.B. 121,
MR. CLAYTON THOMAS-Troy State College, B.S. 122,
MR. CURTIS THOMASSON-University of Alabama, B.S.,
MR. WILLIAM C. WARD-Troy State College, B.S. 127,
MR. GEORGE S. WILLIAMS-Auburn University, B.S.,
MR. JAMES A. WILSON-Samford University, University
of Alabama, A.B., M.A. 123,1381
2fIl17JOSEPH C. WINGARD-Samford University, B.A. 116,
MR. JAMES WYROSDICK-University of Alabama, Cali-
fornia State College, B.S., M.A. 125,671
MRS. PAT YEARCAIN-Alabama College, B.S. 124,32,641
MR. OSCAR ZEANAH-University of Alabama, B.S., M.A.,
Mixed chorus-4, Girls Glee Club-4, A Cappella Choir,
Andaires-3, Rhythmettes, accompanist-6, All-State-3, Jr.
Chorus Award, All-State accompanist, Arion Award, Jr.
Honor Society, secretary, Sr. Honor Society, secretary,
ANDY H1-LITE staff, copy editor, reporter, MEMOLUSIA
Business Staff, MEMOLUSIA Editorial Staff, copy editor,
Tri-Hi-Y, Ir, cheerleader-2, Varsity cheerleader, Pep Club,
vice president, Student Council, Homeroom programs,
Math Club, Spanish Club, UAH Club, The QUILL Staff,
art editor, "Bye, Bye Birdie,,' Ir. Who's Who, Most studious,
Sr. Who's Who, Outstanding in talent, General Science
Award. 118, 32, 36, 40, 47, 55, 56, 60, 61, 62, 71, 72, 73,
74, 75, 104, 105, 139, 141, 2161
Mixed chorus-4, Girls Glee Club-4, A Cappella Choir,
Andaires-3, Rhythmettes, All-State-3, Ir. Honor Society,
treasurer, Sr. Honor Society, ANDY HI-LITE Staff,
MEMOLUSIA Business Staff, MEMOLUSIA Editorial
Staff, Tri-Hi-Y-treasurer, Ir. cheerleader, Varsity cheer-
leader, Pep Club, Pep Squad, Spanish Club, "A" Club,
Usher Club, The QUILL Staff, "Bye, Bye Birdie,', Inter-
Club Council. 132, 37, 40, 47, 55, 56, 59, 60, 62, 71, 72,
73, 74, 139, 216, 2211
MARY EVELYN ALLRED
Mixed chorus-2, Girls Glee Club-4, Ir. Honor Society-
Library Club, Math Club, Monitor. 158, 1391
Ir. Honor Society, Football-Ir.-2, Varsity-1, Basketball-
Ir.-3, Varsity-1, Baseball-Varsity, Student Council, Li-
brary Club, monitor, Key Club, "A" Club, Drama Club,
'iArsenic and Old Lace,,'. Foley High School, Foley, Ala-
bama-Male chorus-2, Football-Varsity-2, Basketball-
Varsity-2, Baseball-Varsity-2, "FH Club-2. 125, 60, 108,
109, 110, 112, 113, 114, 127, 134, 1391
Mixed chorus-2, Male chorus-2, Varsity Football, Audio
Visual Club, "AU Club, Drama Club-2, "Our Town,"
"Arsenic and Old Lace." 160, 63, 72, 73, 108, 1391
Male chorus, Track-2, Tennis Club, Audio Visual Club,
monitor, Drama Club. 148, 63, 73, 130, 131, 1391
F.H.A.-2, Vice president, D.E., secretary. 164, 66, 1391
MEMOLUSIA Business Staff, F.H.A.-2, F.B.L.A.-2, sec-
retary, Pep Club, monitor. 168, 1391
VVoodson High: Marching band-4. 1104, 1391
BIARY ANN BLEDSOE
Girls Glee Club-3, F.H.A.-3, D.E., treasurer. 166, 1391
Tuskegee High School: Marching band, Concert band,
Library Club. Macon Academy: Student Council, Jr. Class
treasurer. Reeltown: Marching band., Opp High School:
Mixed chorus. Andalusia High School: Marching band,
Concert band. 178, 82, 1391
Mixed chorus-3, Girls Glee Club-4, Youth Christian Fel-
lowship, Andy Hi-Lite Staff, typist, Memolusia Business
Staff, F.H.A.-2, Pep Club, Pep Squad, Student Council,
Volunteens-3, Debate Team-2, Drama Club-3, secretary.
140, 44, 49, 63, 72, 1391
Football-"BH, Ir.-2, Ir. Basketball, Pep Club, Drama
Club-2, 'lOur Town," "Arsenic and Old Lace." 163, 1401
Mixed chorus-4, Girls Glee Club-4, A Cappella Choir,
Andaires-3, Rhythmettes, All-State, Jr. Honor Society, Sr.
Honor Society, Youth Christian Fellowship, Andy Hi-Lite,
Exchange Editor, MEMOLUSIA Editorial Staff, Editor of
Feature Section, Tri-Hi-Y, Alternate cheerleader, Pep Club,
Pep Squad, Student Council, secretary and president, Home-
room programs, "AH Club, Volunteens-3, Debate Team-2,
The Quill Staff, make-up editor, Drama Club, "Bye, Bye
Birdie," "Our Townf Good Citizenship Girl, Ir. Favorite,
Sr. Whois Who, Outstanding in Service, Homecoming Court
Attendant, Philopadic Society, Sr. Favorite. 135, 39, 40, 44,
46, 49, 52, 53, 55, 56, 60, 72, 73, 74, 94, 101, 140, 147,
Ir. Honor Society, Basketball-"B", Varsity-2, Student
Council, HAH Club. 160, 118, 119, 1401
Girls Glee Club-2, MEMOLUSIA Business Staff, V.I.E.,
Reporter, Miss V.I.E., Drama Club-3. 163, 67, 1401
Marching Band-5, Concert Band-5, Band Council, Li-
brarian, Girls Glee Club, Ir. Honor Society, Sr. Honor
Society, ANDY HI-LITE Staff, MEMOLUSIA Business
Staff, MEMOLUSIA Editorial Staff, Classes Editor, Tri-
Hi-Y, Tennis Club, Pep Club, Student Council, homeroom
programs, Usher Club-3, secretary and president, Volun-
teens-3, The Quill Staff, Ir. Who's YVho, Most Enthusiastic,
Sr. Whois VVho, Outstanding Sense of Humor, Inter-Club
Council, Favorite, Ir. Class, secretary-treasurer, Sr. Class,
secretary. 147, 49, 52, 55, 56, 59, 69, 70, 78, 82, 94, 129,
138, 140, 1441
Mixed chorus, Male Chorus, Football-Varsity-3, "B"-1,
jr.-2, Basketball-Varsity--1, "B"-1, Track-2. District and
Conference Mile Relay Team, Baseball, Library Club,
monitor, Key Club, Sergeant-At-Arms, "A" Club, Debate
Team, Drama Club-2, vice-president, "Our Town," "Arsenic
and Old Laccf' jr. Who's Who, Most Enthusiastic. 158, 60,
63, 108, 109, 110, 111, 114, 127, 1403
Ir. Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society, MEMOLUSIA Busi-
ness Staff, F.H.A.-2, F.B.L.A., office worker, Office Occu-
pations. 156, 68, 1411
F.H.A., historian, F.B.L.A.-2, Vice-President, Office Oc-
cupations. Opp High School: Opp High Band. Fleeta High
School: 4-H, vice-president. 168, 1411
Woodson High School: F.H.A., Secretary, Student Council,
Homeroom programs, Library Club, Pep Squad, Science
Club, Secretary, Ir. Who's Who, Best Dressed Girl. 11411
Mixed chorus-2, Male chorus, Youth Christian Fellowship
technical officer, MEMOLUSIA Business Staff, Track-2-
mile 4:57, Pep Club, technical officer, Audio-Visual Club,
auditorium technician, Student Council, cabinet-technical
advisor, Library Club, Spanish Club, Usher Club, Debate
Team, Drama Club-3, officer, keeper of the points, Boys
State. 440, 42, 48, 59, 63, 72, 130, 131, 1411
V.I.E.-2, vice president, Drama Club, monitor, 4-H-2.
Mixed chorus-5M, Girls Glee Club-5M, A Cappella Choir,
Andaires-14, accompanist, Jr. Honor Society, Sr. Honor
Society, Youth Christian Fellowship, MEMOLUSIA Edi-
torial Staff, Tri-Hi-Y, secretary, F.H.A., Pep Club, Pep
Squad, Student Council, homeroom programs, Volunteens,
"Our Townv, Sr. Class officer, treasurer. 440, 49, 52, 55,
56, 71, 72, 73, 74, 105, 138, 141, 221, 2221
Marching band-5, Concert band-5, All-State-5, Male
Chorus, jr. Honor Society, ANDY HI-LITE Staff, Sports
Editor, MEMOLUSIA Business Staff, Basketball-Varsity,
"B", Golf Team-4, Audio-Visual Club, Student Council,
Key Club, "A" Club, Ir. Who's Who, Most Artistic. 447,
60, 78, 82, 105, 133, 1411
F.H.A.-2, v.1.E.-2, monitor. 467, 1411
Mixed chorus, Male chorus, Pep Club, Usher Club, Drama
Club-2. 459, 63, 1421
Mixed chorus-2, Male chorus-2, Evergreen High School,
Evergreen, Alabama: Football, Baseball. 468, 1421
Mixed chorus-4, Girls Glee Club-3, A Cappella choir,
Andaires, All-State, MEMOLUSIA Business Staff, Tri-Hi-Y,
F.H.A.-2, F.B.L.A., Pep Club, Drama Club, 'iOur Townv,
"Arsenic and Old Lace." 445, 55, 64, 72, 73, 75, 1421
V.I.E., monitor-2, Spanish Club. 467, 1421
Mixed chorus, Girls Glee Club-3, accompanist-3, ANDY
HI-LITE Staff, typist, Tri-Hi-Y, reporter, F.H.A.-2, recrea-
tion and song leader, F.B.L.A., Pep Club, monitor-2, office
worker, Office Occupations. Evergreen High School, Ever-
green, Alabama: Student Council, Pep Club. 468, 1421
MEMOLUSIA Business Staff, F.H.A., D.E.-2. 466, 1421
Football-Varsity-3, captain, Most Improved Player, Ir.-2,
Baseball-3, pitcher, Student council, Library Club, monitor,
Key Club, "A" Club, Drama Club-2, Ir. Who's Who, Most
Athletic. 445, 60, 63, 108, 113, 114, 115, 126, 127, 128, 134,
142, 164, 2261
Mixed chorus-4, Girls Glee Club-4, A Cappella choir,
Andaires-4, Rhythmettes-2, accompanist-2, All-State, Ir.
Honor Society, MEMOLUSIA Business Staff, Tri-Hi-Y,
F.B.L.A., Pep Club, "Bye, Bye Birdief, 455, 69, 72, 73,
F.F.A., D.E.-2. 466, 1431
Marching band-3, Concert Band-3, Mixed chorus-2, Girls
Glee Club-2, Jr. Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society,
MEMOLUSIA Business Staff, Tri-Hi-Y, F.H.A.-4, Junior
Cheerleader, Varsity Cheerleader-2, Pep Club, Pep Squad,
Student Council, homeroom programs, "Av Club, Jr. Whois
VVho, Most Attractive, Sr. VVho's Who, Outstanding in
Appearance, Junior beauty--2, Senior beauty-3. 437, 40, 55,
56, 60, 64, 87, 103, 143, 1491
Marching band-5, Concert band-5, Band Council, F.H.A.,
F.B.L.A., Pep Club, monitor-2, Spanish Club, Volunteens
-3, Debate Team-3, Drama Club-3, office worker, Office
Occupations. 449, 63, 68, 78, 82, 1431
Ir. Honor Society, MEMOLUSIA Business Staff, F.H.A.-2,
Pep Club, Usher Club, Homecoming Court-Sr. Attendant,
Betty Crocker Homecoming Award. 439, 59, 64, 143, 1911
MARK T. GIBSON
Marching band-5, Concert Band-5, Male Chorus, Jr. Honor
Society, Youth Christian Fellowship, MEMOLUSIA Busi-
ness Staff, Tennis Club-2, Pep Club, Audio-Visual Club,
homeroom programs, Usher Club, nArsenic and Old Lace,"
Boy's State. 442, 45, 59, 73, 78, 82, 129, 1431
Mixed Chorus, Girls Glee Club, Youth Christian Fellowship,
Pep Squad, Volunteens-3. 440, 49, 1431
Girls Glee Club-2, Ir. Honor Society, ANDY HI-LITE
Staff, copy editor, reporter, editor-in-chief, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep
Club, Student Council, homeroom programs, Spanish Club,
president, Debate Team, The Quill Staff, Drama Club,
"The Curious Savage,"
"Our Town," 'iArsenic and Old
Lace," Ir. Who's Who, Most Fun-loving, Inter-Club Coun-
cil, Philopadic Literary Society. Carolina School: Beta Club.
444, 45, 46, 47, 54, 55, 62, 63, 104, 105, 143, 2221
IXIARY BETH GRIMES
Mixed chorus-2, Girls
ANDY HI-LITE Staff, typist, MEMOLUSIA Business Staff,
Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, monitor, Spanish Club. 455, 62, 1431
Mixed chorus-4, Girls Glee Club-6, A Cappella Choir,
Andaires-3, Rhythmettes, All-State, Ir. Honor Society, Sr.
Honor Society, Youth Christian Fellowship, MEMOLUSIA
Business Staff, MEMOLUSIA Editorial Staff, Tri-Hi-Y,
president, Ir. Cheerleader-2, Varsity Cheerleader-2, Pep
Club, Pep Squad, homeroom programs, Math Club, "A"
Club, 'iByc, Bye Birdie," Jr. Who's Who. Best All-Round,
Sr. Who's VVho, Most Versatile, Inter-Club Council, Ir.
Favorite, Sr. Favorite. 432, 36, 40, 55, 56, 60, 70, 72, 73,
74, 94, 143, 145, 2191
Mixed chorus-4, Girls Glee Club-3, jr. Honor Society,
Glee Club-2, jr. Honor Society,
F.H.A.-3, Spanish Club. Niagara
Science Club, Girls Glee Club. 472,
Mixed chorus, Male chorus, Jr.
president, V.I.E.-2. president, Mr.
eil. 465, 67, 103, 1431
F.H.A., V.I.E., secretary, Pasco Ir
Florida: Youth for Christ Club-2,
Cool Club. 41431
Wheatfield High School:
Honor Society, F.F.A.,
V.I.E., Inter-Club Coun-
. High School, Dade City,
Band-2, Coolest of the
V.I.E.-2, Librarian. 167, 1441
Marching band-2, Concert band-5, Band Council, Ir.
Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society, Football-Varsity-2, MBU,
jr.-2, Tennis Club-2, Sr. Tennis Champion, homeroom
programs, Key Club, president, "A" Club, Boy's State,
16161--Club Council. 142, 56, 60, 78, 82, 108, 129, 144, 1901
Marching band-4, Concert band-4, Ir. Honor Society,
president, Sr. Honor Society, vice-president, Youth Chris-
tian Fellowship, vice-president, Football-Ir., Jr. Scholastic
Award, Varsity-3, Varsity Scholastic Award, Ir. Basketball,
Baseball-4, outfielder, Student Council, Cabinet, Chaplain,
homeroom programs, Math Club, "A" Club, secretary, Ir.
Who's VVho, Best All-Round, Sr. Who's Who, Outstanding
in Service, Boy's State, Ir. Class president, Sr. Class presi-
dent, Favorite-3. 118, 42, 56, 60, 94, 103, 105, 108, 126,
127, 131, 138, 144, 1501
Mixed chorus, Football-Varsity-2, "B", Ir., Student Coun-
cil, monitor, "A" Club. 160, 108, 1441
Mixed chorus, Male Chorus-2, A Cappella Choir, All-
State, Jr. Honor Society, Memolusia Business Staff, Ir.
Football-3, Golf Team-2, Pep Club, Usher Club, Boy's
State. 142, 59, 72, 73, 1441
Marching band-5, Concert band-5, All-State-3, Band
Council, Equipment Manager, Superior ensemble, Superior
Duet, Male Chorus, Ir. Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society,
Youth Christian Fellowship, Tennis Club, Student Council,
vice-president. Cabinet, parliamentarian, homeroom pro-
grams, Math Club, Usher Club, Sergeant-at-arms, Ir. Who's
VVho, Most Dependable, Boy's State, vice-president of Sr.
Class, Sr. Favorite. 142, 52, 53, 56, 59, 61, 73, 78, 82, 95,
129, 138, 1441
Mixed chorus-3, Girls Glee Club-4, Ir. Honor Society,
Sr. Honor Society, Youth Christian Fellowship, ANDY
HI-LITE Staff, MEMOLUSIA Business Staff, MEMOLU-
SIA Editorial Staff, Tri-Hi-Y, F.H.A., Pep Club, Pep
Squad, Student Council, secretary, Usher Club, Volunteens,
co-chairman, The QUILL Staff, "Our Town", Jr. Who's
Who, Most Dependable, Favorite. 140, 47, 49, 52, 53, 55,
56, 59, 70, 72, 95, 103, 144, 1471
MEMOLUSIA Business Staff, F.H.A., F.B.L.A., F.T.A.,
monitor, Volunteens, Drama Club-2, office worker. 149,
61, 63, 64, 68, 69, 1441
V.I.E., D.E., Library Club. 11451
Marching band-2, Concert Band-5, Superior ensemble,
Band Council, Ir. Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society, Foot-
ball-Varsity-2, "B", Scholastic Award, Ir., Baseball-3,
second base, Audio Visual Club, Student Council, home-
room programs, Math Club, Key Club, secretary, "A" Club,
Ir. Who's Who, Most Studious, Sr. Who's Who, Most
Versatile, Sr. Favorite. 156, 60, 94, 108, 113, 114, 126, 127,
Marching band-5, Concert band-5, All-State-4, Band
Council, Librarian, Ir. Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society,
Youth Christian Fellowship, ANDY HI-LITE Staff, busi-
ness editor, MEMOLUSIA Editorial Staff, editor, F.H.A.-1,
Student Council-1, Usher Club, Ir. Who's Who, Most
Mannerly, Inter-Club Council. 143, 47, 56, 59, 71, 78, 82,
105, 145, 1541
Marching band, Concert Band-5, All-State-4, Band Coun-
cil, Football-Varsity-3, All-State, All-Conference, Best
Lineman, Most Valuable Player, captain, "B", Jr.-2,
Track, Third District State Meet, homeroom programs,
Key club, "A" Club. 141, 60, 78, 82, 103, 108, 114, 115,
127, 130, 131, 134, 135, 1451
Woodson High: Mixed chorus-4, Sr. Honor Society, F.T.A.,
Student Council, Drama Club-2. 11451
Marching band-5, Concert band-5, Band Council, Male
Chorus-3, Debonaires-2, Key Club, Drama Club-2, "Our
Town", jr. VVho's WVho, Most Fun Loving, Sr. Who's Who,
Sense of Humor. 139, 60, 63, 73, 74, 78, 82, 144, 1451
Mixed chorus-2, Male chorus-3, MEMOLUSIA Business
Staff, Audio-Visual Club, monitor, Key Club. 160, 1451
F.F.A., club reporter, V.I.E., Mr. V.I.E. 165, 67, 1451
Male chorus, Ir. Honor Society, Spanish Club, sergeant-at-
arms. 162, 73, 1461
Mixed Chorus, Male Chorus-3, jr. Honor Society, MEMO-
LUSIA Business Staff, Ir. Football-3, Student Council,
monitor-2. 172, 73, 146, 2091
V.I.E.-2. 167, 1461
Girls Glee Club, Sr. Honor Society, Tri-Hi-Y, Usher Club,
Drama Club. Madison High School, Nashville, Tenn. and
Seneca High School, Seneca, South Carolina: Beta Club-2,
Christian Youth Fellowship, Latin Club-2, French Club,
Girls' Varsity Basketball-4. 155, 56, 59, 72, 103, 146, 147,
Marching Band-5, Concert Band-5, Band Council, Jr.
Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society, Tennis Club-2, Audio
Visual Club, Student Council, homeroom programs, Math
Club, president, Inter-Club Council. 154, 56, 61, 78, 82, 104,
Marching Band-1, Concert Band-1, MEMOLUSIA Busi-
ness Staff, assistant business manager, Tri-Hi-Y, vice-presi-
dent, Jr. Cheerleader-2, Varsity Cheerleader-2, Pep Club,
Pep Squad, Student Council, homeroom programs, "A"
Club, Volunteens-4, Drama Club-2, president, office work-
er, Ir. Who's VVho, Most Athletic, Sr. VVho's Who, Out-
standing in Personality, Ir. Beauty-2, Sr. Beauty-3, Inter-
Club Council. 136, 40, 54, 55, 60, 63, 86, 140, 1461
IOHN D. MITCHELL
V.I.E.-2. 167, 1461
Marching Band-1, Concert Band-1, Mixed Chorus-3, Male
Chorus--3, A Cappella Choir, Debonaires-3, Barber Shop
Quartet, All-State-3, Jr. Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society,
president, Youth Christian Fellowship, Basketball-"BD, Jr.,
Student Council, treasurer, cabinet, parliamentarian, home-
room programs, Usher Club, "Bye, Bye Birdie", 'lOur
Town,,' Boy's State, General Science Award, Inter-Club
Council. 439, 46, 52, 54, 56, 59, 62, 72, 73, 75, 103, 1461
Marching Band-1, Concert Band-1, Mixed Chorus-2, Male
Chorus-2, MEMOLUSIA Business Staff, Jr. Football, Pep
Squad, Student Council, Library Club, Spanish Club,
Drama Club, Sr. Who's Who, Outstanding in Appearance,
Sr. Favorite. Marion Institute: Science Club. 458, 95, 146,
F.H.A.-2, Parlimentarian, D.E.-2, president, Miss D.E.,
Inter-Club Council. 466, 103, 1461
F.F.A., Pep Club, Spanish Club. 41461
F.H.A., V.I.E.-2, monitor, Jr. Whois Who, Most Artistic.
Mixed Chorus-3, Male Chorus-3, Jr. Honor Society, treas-
urer, MEMOLUSIA Business Staff, Jr. Football-2, Jr.
Basketball-2, Pep Club, Pep Squad, Student Council, Key
Club, treasurer, Usher Club, vice-president, Jr. Favorite, Sr.
VVho,s Who, Outstanding in Personality, Sr. Favorite. 438,
39, 59, 60, 94, 140, 147, 2261
Poitiers High School, Portiers, France: Jr., Varsity Basket-
ball. Mannheim High School, Mannheim, Germany: Jr.
Basketball, Track. 41471
Marching Band-5, Concert Band-5, Band Council, MEMO-
LUSIA Business Staff, F.H.A.-2, F.B.L.A.-2, Pep Club,
monitor, office worker, Office Occupations, Volunteens-4.
449, 68, 78, 82, 1471
MEMOLUSIA Business Staff, F.H.A.-2, D.E., monitor.
Marching Band-5, Concert Band-5, All-State-3, Ir. Honor
Society, Basketball-Varsity-3, Jr.-2, Audio-Visual Club,
We Club. 460, 78, 82, 104, 118, 121, 123, 1471
MARY EMMA POSEY
Marching Band-5, Concert Band-5, All-State-3, Band
Council, Librarian, Jr. Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society,
ANDY HI-LITE Staff, business editor, MEMOLUSIA
Business Staff, MEMOLUSIA Editorial Staff, lay-out editor,
homeroom programs, Math Club, secretary, Usher Club,
Volunteens-3, co-chairman, The QUILL Staff. 443, 47, 49,
56, 59, 61, 71, 78, 82, 104, 1471
Mixed Chorus-2, Girls Glee Club-2, Jr. Honor Society,
ANDY HI-LITE Staff, typist, MEMOLUSIA Business
Staff, F.H.A.-3, recreation leader, F.B.L.A. 464, 68, 72,
MEMOLUSIA Business Staff, Tri-Hi-Y, F.H.A.-3, Pep
Club, monitor-2, office worker. 455, 64, 1481
F.B.L.A., Office Occupations-1. 468, 1481
Sr. Honor Society, MEMOLUSIA Business Staff, F.B.L.A.
-2, Office Occupations, Troy Jr. High School: Glee Club,
4-H Club-2, National Jr. Beta Club-2. 456, 68, 1481
Marching Band-5, Concert Band-5, Band Council, libra-
rian, Jr. Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society, MEMOLUSIA
Business Staff, MEMOLUSIA Editorial Staff, Tri-Hi-Y,
F.T.A.-2, Student Council, homeroom programs, Math
Club, Drama Club-2. 452, 55, 56, 61, 63, 71, 78, 82, 103,
Girls Glee Club, Jr. Honor Society, F.B.L.A.-2, president,
Male Chorus-2, F.F.A., vice president, Audio Visual Club,
president, monitor, Inter-Club Council. 448, 65, 73, 103,
F.H.A., Pep Club, monitor, Etowah High School, Gadsden,
Alabama: Pep Club, F.H.A. 41481
Mixed Chorus, Girls Glee Club-2, MEMOLUSIA Business
Staff, MEMOLUSIA Editorial Staff, photography editor,
Tri-Hi-Y, Jr. Cheerleader, Alternate Cheerleader, Varsity
Cheerleader, Pep Club, Pep Squad, Student Council, Cabi-
net, social chairman, Spanish Club, HA" Club, The
QUILL Staff, Drama Club, Homecoming Court, Jr. Maid,
Jr. Band-1. 437, 40, 52, 55, 60, 70, 1481
Jr. Honor Society, MEMOLUSIA Business Staff, F.H.A.-2,
Jr. Alternate Cheerleader, Pep Club. 4148, 1911
Marching Band-3, Concert Band-3, Band Council, ANDY
HI-LITE Staff, MEMOLUSIA Business Staff, MEMOLU-
SIA Editorial Staff, F.H.A.-2, Spanish Club-2, The QUILL
Staff, Assistant Art Editor, Philopadic Society, Secretary.
417, 44, 47, 62, 64, 69, 71, 78, 82, 103, 1481
Marching Band-2, Concert Band-2, Jr. Honor Society,
ANDY H1-LITE Staff, Typist, MEMOLUSIA Business staff,
manager, MEMOLUSIA Editorial Staff, Tri-Hi-Y, F.H.A.-
4, Spanish Club-2, Drama Club-2, "Our Town," General
Science Award, Pep Club. 417, 55, 62, 63, 64, 69, 71, 1481
Granger High School, Granger, Washington: F.F.A., V.I.E.,
Jr. Basketball, Baseball-2, Catcher. 467, 1491
Jr. Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society, Football-Varsity-2,
"B"-2, Ir.-2, Baseball-3, shortstop, All-State, Golf Team,
Student Council, "An Club, General Science Award. 452,
56, 60, 108, 111, 126, 127, 128, 135, 1491
D.E., vice-president. Vigor High School, Mobile, Alabama:
VIGOR III-LITE, representative, Girls Sports Club. 166,
F.H.A., F.B.L.A., Pep Club. 11491
D.E., secretary, Drama Club. 167, 1491
Monitor, office worker. Brantley High School, Brantley,
Alabama: F.F.A.-2, F.B.L.A., Football-Varsity, "Bn, Jr.,
"Bn Basketball, Track-3, Baseball, pitcher. 11491
v.1.E.-2. 167, 1491
Jr. Honor Society, Youth Christain Fellowship, ANDY HI-
LITE Staff, BIENIOLUSIA Editorial Staff, F.H.A., Pep
Club, Volunteens, Drama Club-2. 140, 42, 47, 70, 1491
Mixed Chorus-3, Girls Glee Club-4, A Cappella Choir,
Andaires, Rhthymettes, All-State, Ir. Honor Society, ANDY
HI-LITE Staff, Business editor, Pep Club, Student Council,
Drama Club-2, secretary-treasurer, Homecoming Court,
Queen, Miss Andalusia-1967, Favorite. 138, 39, 47, 63,
72, 73, 74, 92, 95, 129, 147, 150, 2171
Male Chorus-3, Youth Christian Fellowship, Football-
Varsity-2, HB"-2, Library Club, president, monitor, "A"
Club, Debate Team, Drama Club, "Arsenic and Old Lace."
144, 45, 58, 60, 103, 108, 127, 1501
Mixed Chorus-3M, Girls Glee Club, Ir. Honor Society,
F.H.A., F.T.A., Pep Club, Volunteens-3, secretary, Drama
Club, Inter-Club Council. 149, 72, 1501
Male Chorus, Track-2, Baseball, outfield, Audio Visual
Club, Library Club, treasurer, Math Club, monitor-3,
"A" Club, Football-Varsity-2, HBH, Jr. 158, 60, 61, 108,
Sr. Honor Society, MEMOLUSIA Business Staff, Tri-Hi-Y,
F.H.A.-2, president, F.T.A., president, Math Club, Inter-
Club Council. McKenzie High School, McKenzie, Ala-
bama: Beta Club, Tiger Talk, School Newspaper Staff,
F.H.A.-2, social chairman, Outstanding Home Economics
Student in 1964, Pep Club, Student Council, Secretary-3,
4-H Club-4, county president, Outstanding Sr. 4-H Girl in
1964. 155, 56, 61, 64, 147, 1501
SANDRA LANE TAYLOR
Mixed Chorus-lb, Girls Glee Club-IM, F.H.A.-2, treas-
urer, F.B.L.A., monitor, office worker, Office Occupations.
164, 68, 72, 1501
Mixed Chorus, Male Chorus-2, Jr. Honor Society, MEMO-
LUSIA Business Staff, Pep Club. 172, 73, 150, 2091
Marching Band-5, Concert Band-5, Band Council, MEMO-
LUSIA Business Staff: F.H.A.-3, F.B.L.A.-2, Pep Club,
Drama Club, Office Occupations. 168, 82, 1501
Audio Visual Club. 148, 1501
Mixed Chorus, Girls Glee Club-4, MEMOLUSIA Business
Staff, Tri-Hi-Y, F.H.A.-2, Pep Club, monitor. 155, 64, 1501
v.1.E.-2. 167, 1511
Mixed Chorus-2, Girls Glee Club-4, Rhythmettes, Jr.
Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society, MEMOLUSIA Business
Staff, MEMOLUSIA Editorial Staff, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club,
Student Council, Spanish Club, Usher Club, treasurer,
Drama Club. 155, 56, 59, 70, 151, 2221
NIARY EVELYN WAITS
Mixed Chorus-3, Girls Glee Club-3, Rhythmettes, Jr.
Honor Society, Youth Christian Fellowship, MEMOLUSIA
Editorial Staff, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, Pep Squad, Spanish
Club, secretary, Homecoming Court, Sr. Maid, General
Science Award. 139, 40, 62, 70, 93, 151, 2171
Ir. Honor Society, ANDY HI-LITE Staff, feature editor,
photographer, MEMOLUSIA Editorial Staff, photographer,
Pep Club, Pep Club Council, Spanish Club, vice-president,
Usher Club, The QUILL Staff, Drama Club, 'iArsenic
and Old Lace," General Science Award, Philopadic Literary
Society. Carolina Ir. High School: Beta Club, treasurer,
vice-president. 147, 59, 62, 63, 70, 105, 1511
Marching Band-5, Concert Band-5, All-State-4, Band
Council, Superior-Band Solo, Band Ensemble, Mixed
Chorus-2, Male Chorus-3, A Cappella Choir, Debonaires
-2, Barber Shop Quartet, Gospel Quartet, Jr. Honor
Society, Golf Team-3, Pep Club, homeroom programs,
Math Club, Ir. Whois Who, Most Mannerly, Sr. Who's
YVho, Outstanding in Talent, Boys' State. 142, 56, 72, 73,
74, 78, 82, 133, 141, 1511
ANDY HI-LITE Staff, typist, MEMOLUSIA Business Staff,
Tri-Ili-Y, F.H.A., Pep Club, Student Council, homeroom
programs, Drama Club. 155, 69, 1511
Marching Band-5, Concert Band-5, Band Council, Male
Chorus, Ir. Football, Basketball-Varsity-2, "B", Ir.-2,
Pep Club, Key Club, "AH Club, Drama Club, jr. Who's
Who, Most Attractive. 160, 63, 78, 82, 118, 121, 122, 127,
Marching Band-5, Concert Band-5, Andettes-2, head,
All-State, Band Council, Mixed Chorus-3, Girls Glee Club
-3, A Cappella Choir, Andaires-2, All-State-2, Gospel
Trio, Gospel Quartet, Ir. Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society,
Chaplain, ANDY HI-LITE Staff, feature editor, MEMO-
LUSIA Business Staff, Tri-Hi-Y, Ir. Cheerleader, home-
room programs, Math Club, Volunteens-3, The QUILL
Staff, Drama Club-3, "The Curious Savagev, "Bye, Bye
Birdie," 'KArsenic and Old Lace," Miss Andalusia-1966.
147, 49, 55, 56, 63, 72, 73, 74, 78, 81, 82, 104, 129, 151, 2171
Football-Varsity-3, UB", Ir.-2, Ir. Basketball, Track-2,
Baseball, Audio Visual Club, Library Club, Key Club,
NAU Club. f58, 60, 108, 116, 127, 1511
Mixed Chorus-2, Male Chorus-2, A Cappella Choir,
Debonaires, All-State-2, Ir. Football, Pep Club, Student
Council, Cabinet, sergeant-at-arms, Drama Club-2. K52,
60, 72, 73, 74, 75, 1511
jr. Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society, Youth Christain Fel-
lowship, president, ANDY HI-LITE Staff, co-editor, sports
editor, MEMOLUSIA Editorial Staff, sports editor, Ir. Foot-
ball, Basketball-Varsity-4, Ir.-2, All-Conference-2, All-
District-3, High team Scorer-2, All-Tourney, Mobile In-
vitional and Ozark Invitational Tournaments, Baseball,
Pitcher, Tennis Club-2, Vice President, Student Council,
Cabinet, Chaplain, homeroom programs, Library Club,
Math Club, monitor-2, Key Club, "AU Club, Usher Club,
The QUILL Staff, Inter-Club Council, National Merit
Finalist. 133, 47, 52, 53, 54, 56, 59, 60, 61, 118, 120, 122,
123, 126, 127, 129, 135, 1511
Marching Band-4, Concert-4, Male Chorus-2, Debonaires,
All-State, Ir. Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society, ANDY
HI-LITE Staff, features editor, reporter, art staff, MEMO-
LUSIA Business Staff, MEMOLUSIA Editorial Staff, Usher
Club, The QUILL Staff, art editor, "Bye, Bye Birdie,"
National Merit Finalist. 147, 56, 59, 60, 78, 82, 129, 1511
Adderhold, Lois 133,40,47,52,53,70,
Anthony, Katherine 136,37,40,60,62,
Baack, Connie 147,49,61,62,1531
Barnett, Gloria 11531
Barton, Bobby 173,1531
Bass, Gary 163,73,74,1531
Bass, Jackie 168,69,1531
Bennett, Nancy 147,T0,72,1531
Berry, Gregg 139,60,1531
Berry, LaJuana 164,1531
Bonner, Becky 147,62,1531
Boswell, George 149,60,108,1531
Bozeman, Candy 119,39,59,62,71,97,
Brooks, Bob 139,59,97,152,154,l66,
Brooms, Reese 158,108,130,132,1541
Browder, Julanne 158,61,62,154,1661
Brown, Jon 449,62,7s,l54,1961
Butler, Brenda 140,72,1541
Cagle, Carol 140,59,62,1541
Corbin, Gloria 140,62,64,69,1541
Danford, Joyce 11551
Davis, Stan 162,78,129,1551
Dillard, Jody 157,67,1551
Dubose, Anita 168,1551
Dupree, Debbie 172,73,74,75,155,2111
Edwards, Ronnie 166,1551
Eiland, John i1G5,66,1561
Ezzell, Claudia 140,72,l561
Faison, Larry 173,108,129,1561
Foiilk, Molly 140,47,70,72,156,1661
Fendley, Jimmy 168, 1561
Fletcher, Juanita 140,62,68,1561
Fontes, Tommy 173,1571
Fuller, Pat 140,62,64,69,1571
Gantt, Barbara 140,73,1571
Gantt, Danny 160,108,1571
Garner, Kathy 168,1571
Garvin, Kenny 148,62,108,1571
Gatlin, Agatha 11571
Garlio, Chris c4s,65,72,73,1571
Gavin, Ray 160,68,108,130,132,1571
Gibbons, Barbara 168,1571
Glidewell, Danny 165,1571
Gomillion, Allona 139,40,62,69,89,93,
Grantham, Charles 163,73,155,1581
Grantham, Wayne 1671
Griffith, Lou Ann 140,49,64,72,1581
Hall, Ann 167,1581
Hall, Calvin 166,1581
Harrison, Ginger 164,1581
Harrison, John 148,158,2171
Harvey, Helen 140,49,72,1581
Hassell, Kay 140,64,158,2171
Hatcher, Marie 146,72,1581
Henegan, Pat 163,1581
Hixon, Joe 165,66,1581
Hooper, Scotty 159,63.96,1581
Hudson, Diane 165,1591
Johnson, Billy 11591
Johnson, Gloria 11591
Johnson, Patsy 11591
Kale, Ricky 160,62,108,109,115,118,
Kelly, Cathy 11591
Kilpatrick, Mary Ann 11591
King, Lynda 159,62,72,74,75,1591
Kinosian, Diane 11601
Kirkland, Scott 146,47,62,78,133,1601
Lawson, Tommy 167,1601
Lee, Winola 140,62,68,1601
McDaniel, Carolyn 11601
McDaniel, Joy 119,40,47,49,52,53,70,
McNeil, Danny 148,65,1601
MHCOII, Linda 140,47,69,160,164,2261
Maddox, Brenda 140,68,72,1601
Maddox, Judy 178,1601
Maddox, Larry 165,72,73,1601
Mancil, lN1ike 159,62,72,73,74,156,1601
Marler, Francie 144,46,47,63,72,1611
Meadows, Cary 165,66,1611
Michaux, Alma 11611
lN1iller, Ann 146,47,63,l611
Moody, George 165,1611
Mott, Philip 166,1611
Murphy, Pat 14o,49,52,72,74,1621
Musgrove, Gary 165,1621
Northrop, John 119,47,71,78,1621
Nowling, Eugene 11621
Odom, Donald 11621
O'Neal, Anita c62,70,72,1621
Palmer, Tom 125,G0,96,108,109,110,
Parks, Maribel 140,47,49,62,64,72,1621
Parrish, Charlotte 11631
Patterson, Mike 11631
Phillips, Wayne 165,1631
Pittman, Martha 135,40,47,49,59,60,
Pope, Marian 149,62,72,73,1631
Preston, Jake c47,52,62,63,7s,144,1631
Prevett, David 165,1631
Rabren, Shelia 162,163,1921
Radcliff, Robin 137,40,60,62,69,96,
Raley, Teresa 147,1631
Reaves, Wyatt 126,39,1631
Rek, Mellicent 11631
Rosen, Hannah 1164,2021
Rowell, Jimmy 165,1641
Sanders, Joe 160,127,1641
Sharpe, Diane 168,1641
Shaw, Gary 178,1641
Sikes, Margaret 119,4O,47,49,71,164,
Smith, Frank 165,1641
Smith, Jimmy 160,65,66,108,134,1641
Southwell, Janet f32,35,4o,49,6o,62,64,
Spencer, Ann 140,59,70,72,73,79,165,
Stanley, Antara 139,40,43,46,47,52,54,
Stuart, Andy 11651
Syler, Jimmy 168,1651
Taylor, Cathy 172,1651
Taylor, Linda 140,72,1651
Terry, Jerry 165,1651
Terry, Judy 169,72,73,166,2131
Thomasson, Bill 165,124,1661
Thompson, Stanford 146,61,72,1661
Tucker, Genna 167,1661
Vamer, Judy 162,166,1991
Veasey, Tony 167,1661
Wallace, William 159,60,108,118,121,
Waller, Kathy 140,78,129,1671
Wells, Mike 119,39,43,52,53,54,61,70,
Wiggins, Diane 149,62,72,73,74,1671
Wiggins, Patricia 11671
Wiggins, Steve 133,47,59,61,78,82,96,
VViggins, Susan 159,64,72,73,75,1671
Williams, Gene 159,78,1671
Williams, Sue 140,52,64,72,1671
Wooldridge, Bill 172,73,74,159,1671
Young, Nancy 140,47,49,52,61,70,72,
Zeanah, Loye 143,47,49,59,64,71,78,
88, 1 54, 1671
Adams, Lynn 140,168,1971
Adkinson, Becky 164,69,72,75,1681
Allen, Cynthia 169,1681
Allen, Wayne 178,1681
Armstrong, Linda 11681
Babb, Greg 165,1681
Barrow, Brenda 140,59,68,70,72,73,741
Barton, Jimmy 1108,1681
Barton, Joe 1108,1681
Barton, Larry 178,1681
Bass, Cynthia 164,78,1681
Bass, Sally 169,78,168,2091
Bates, Charles 122,40,47,49,63,69,72,
Beesley, Mary Allyn 1129,1681
Berry, Joseph 11681
Boles, Billy 1108,1681
Bond, Alan 11681
Boswell, Bobby 1108,1681
Boyette, Marion 140,64,1681
Bozeman, Darrell 11681
Bozeman, Thomas 1108,1681
Britt, Wayne 173,1681
Brogden, Eddie 11681
Brooms, Mack 178,1681
Brown, Nancy 11681
Bryant, Steve 1124,1681
Bullard, Bill 11681
Bullard, Judy 178,1681
Bullock, David 165,1681
Bullock, Elaine 140,1681
Bundrick, Larry 1108,124,127,1681
Bush, Lynn 149,78,1681
Carroll, Tom 152,62,78,1681
Catrett, Joyce 140,59,62,72,1681
Conger, Dan 144,45,70,72,73,74,75,
Craig, Larry 1124,1681
Cross, Larry 11681
Curts, Nathan 178,1681
Dannelly, Bill 178,108,124,1681
Darby, Jeron 140,72,75,98,168,2191
Deason, Frank 173,78,1681
Dorriety, Everett 11681
Edwards, Debra 166,1681
Edwards, Michael 178,1681
Faulkner, Jimmy 148,1681
Findley, Larry 165,1681
Fletcher, Winston 140,72,73,1681
Floyd, Clayton 1108,1681
Fuller, Donna 172,75,1691
Gantt, Bill i45,52,63,73,169,2111
Gantt, Kyle 148,60,98,108,l11,112,114,
Garrett, Wade 11691
Givens, Ricky 11691
Greene, Huey 173,1691
Greene, Janice 164,72,75,1691
Grimes, June 140,64,69,72,1691
Grissett, Sheila 1644691
Hare, Peggy 190,1691
Hallford, Jimmy 147,58,73,1691
Harrison, Toni 11691
Helms, Joe 1118,120,1691
Henderson, Gloria 178,1691
Hicks, Sandra 164,1691
Hill, Graig 11691
Hill, Sharon 162,1691
Hodges, Evelyn 164,1691
Hogue, Dewey 148,60,62,108,1691
Horton, Kenny 160,78,97,108,1691
Jackson, Margaret 11691
Jay, Jane 149,78,1691
Jay, John 178,1691
Jay, Linda 172,1691
Jeffcoat, Barbara 140,62,72,75,1691
Johnson, Alan 11691
Johnson, Diane 11691
Johnson, Laymon 11691
Johnson, Raymon 11691
Jones, Bettye 11691
Jones, Gail 140,69,1G91
Jones, Susan 140,72,75,1691
Jordan, Gerald 11691
Jordan, Ronnie 11691
Keig, John 11691
King, Bill 152,1691
Kyzar, Becky 140,69,70,72,75,1G91
Lambert, Susan 164,68,1691
Lane, Jerry 1108,1691
Langford, Myra 164,69,75,1691
Lansdon, Kathy 149,1701
Leslie, Brenda 11701
Locklier, Billy 165,1701
McCord, Elizabeth 149,72,1701
McCrory, Patti 140,72,74,1701
MeDuffie, Ronnie 11701
Mack, Bill 178,1701
Mahone, Molly 149,78,1701
Martin, Hal 172,1701
Martin, rim Ami i40,7o,72,73,14,170,
Matthews, Gary 11701
Merrell, Kathy 140,69,70,72,75,1981
Merrill, Mike 148,60,108,126,127,1701
Niessick, Vickie 149,58,64,1701
Miller, Devon 1108,1701
Mills, wayne 172,73,108,129,1701
Moore, Dianne 172,1701
Moore, Larry 11701
Morgan, Charles 159,71,73,1701
Moulton, Janet 140,49,62,1701
Murphy, Phillip 197,108,1701
Mullen, Pat 11701
Neese, David 11701
Norris, Rhonda 172,1701
Odom, Mickey 11701
Oswalt, Barbara 11701
Pace, Tony 11701
Peavy, Jimmy 11701
Perdue, Steve 78,1701
Petty, Gary 1108,1701
Pierson, Jerry 160,l08,1701
Pine, Mary Ann 170,78,81.981
Pippin, Angelyn 140,46,69,72,74,170,
Portemont, Suzette 1170,2281
Powell, Danny 178,1701
Powell, Jerry 11701
Rabren. Eddy 1108,130,132,1701
Radcliff, Donny 198,108,1711
Raley, Hinton 11711
Rawls, Claudette 11711
Rawls, Joanne 11711
Rawls, Phillip 146.47.52,72,73,1711
Register, Cheryl 162,64,1711
Reymundo, Johnny 11711
Rodgers, Joel 159,62,127,1711
Rodgers, Joyce 11711
Rudd, Robert 172.73.74,116,1711
Sikes, Nancy 149,78.97,171,1911
Simpler. Diane 220.127.116.11,97,1711
Smith, Gail 140.52.129,1711
Spears, Bobby 165,1711
Spitaleri, Mike 148.1711
Stokes, Linda 149.159.1711
Stuart. Jo Ann 140.129.1711
Studstill. Judy 140.59,G2,l711
Slltton, Linda 11711
Taylor, Phyllis 140,46,69,70,72,75,171,
Teel, Jerry 172,73,1711
Thomas, Danny 162,1711
'1 ill, Allen 147,'18,17 11
Tillman, Donnie 165,124,1711
'i1pler, Harvey 178,108,124,126,1711
Tisdale, John 1108,1711
'1omlin, Sandra 140,72,1711
Turner, Martha 11711
Varner, Jammie 11711
Walts, George 1108,1711
Walker, Malcolm 11711
Watson, Elbert Ray 11711
White, Danny 11711
White, Marshall 165,1711
White, Steve 148,1711
Ziglar, Emily 147,1711
Allen, JoAnn 140,49,64,1721
Armstrong, Bob 178,1721
Ballard, Annilois 11721
Ballard, Terri 172,1721
Banks, Betsy 135,40,72,98,1721
Barefoot, Jackie 11721
Barnes, George 11721
Barnes, William 11721
Barrow, Ben 157,99,127,1721
Bass, Benny 11721
Bass, Johnny 157,117,1721
Bledsole, Bill 11721
Bledsole, Wanda 11721
Boatwright, Bud 157,1721
Bodie, Frankie 148,57,99,117,1721
Bowman, Susan 157,69,72,77,1721
Bozeman, Steve 148,117,1721
Brannon, Buddy 157,1 17,124,125,127,
Bristow, Susan 169,78,1721
Britt, Donna 11721
Brooks, Barbara 135,40,57,72,75,172,
Brooks, Gary 1125,1721
Brooks, Sheila 140,57,1721
Brown, Lynne 140,49,72,1721
Brunson, David 148,1721
Brunson, Eva 140,52,57,172,2171
Bullard, Charlotte 11721
Bullard, Pam 11721
Burge, Charles 157,117,125,1721
Bush, Frankie 11721
Bush, Paula 157,78,1721
Butts, Shirley 11721
Carmichael, Asher 157,78,1721
Carpenter, Linda 164,1721
Cassady, Patsy 157,78,81,172,2171
Chapman, David 157,1721
Chappell, David 11721
Cleghorn, Gerald 11721
Cook, Norma 11721
Cooper, Teresa Ann 140,1721
Cumbie, James 178,1721
Daniel, Barbara 135,40,57,64,69,1721
Daughtry, Mike 11721
Driggers, Sylvia 11721
Eiland, John W. 157,1721
Feachen, David 1117,1721
Ferrell, Jan 157,72,75,1721
Fleming, Paul 170,78,125,1721
Fuqua, Johnny 1117,1731
Gibbons, Gary 11731
Glass, Stephen 157,78,l17,1731
Godwin, Diane 157,1731
Gregory, Debbie 157,69,78,1731
Grimes, Ted 148,1731
Grisset, Helen 164,1731
1Iall, John 11731
Hall, Shirley 172,1731
Ham, Vincent 11731
Hare, Sharon 157,91,1731
Henry, Barbara 1173,2171
Herring, Rhonda 135,40,57,64,69,72,
Hicks, Ben 157,1731
Iiinson, Donald 11731
liinson, Johnny 148,117,1731
Howton, Patricia 176,1731
Jackson, Mike 11731
Jay, Harriet 169,72,75,1731
Jay, William 157,1731
Jeffcoat, Diane 172,75,1731
Jerkins, Debra 11731
Johnson, Donnie 11731
Jones, Ricky 152,57,78,1731
Jones, Terry 11731
Jordan, Glenda 11731
Jordan, Paula 146,49,57,78,1731
Josey, Patricia 172,1731
Keig, Dianne 11731
King, Jimmy 157,117,125,1731
Kirkland, Jamie 157,78,1731
Lawrence, Lois 11731
LeMay, Ronnie 11731
Lisenby, Clyde 11731
Little, Betty 11731
Lord, David 157,117,1741
Lowe, Patricia 11741
McDonald, Joe 157,98,108,124,125,
McDuffie, Kathy 140,49,G4,1741
Mclnnish, Mary Anne 140,57,72,74,
McNeese, George, 1125,1741
Mack, Kathy 178,1741
Maddox, Donnie 157,1741
Maddox, Jerry 11741
Martin, Gene 178,1741
Mason, Jenny 157,1741
Meadows, Mike 140,57,99,1741
Meredith, Pam 152,72,1741
Morgan, Judy 164,1741
Neese, Sue 157,1741
Nelson, Loretta 140,72,129,1741
Nichols, Judy 11741
Northrop, Evelyn 135,40,58,64,69,1741
Oliver, Larry 1117,1741
Parks, Bill 157,1741
Pelham, Al 1116,1741
Phillips, Richard 11741
Pitts, Sheryl 11741
Pope, Mike 157,117,125,1741
Powell, Andy 11741
Powell, Mike 165,1741
Pressley, Maria 169,72,174,1971
Preston, Cherry 135,40,1741
Pul'sell, Bob 1117,1741
Raley, Angeline 11741
Rawls, Lewis 148,57,117,1741
Reynolds, Mike 148,1741
Riley, Andy 11741
Rowell, Elinor 164,72,1741
Russo, Manny 178,1741
Sanders, Randall 11751
Sawyer, Tom 140,57,78,1751
Sikes, Peggy 11751
Smith, Debbie 157,1751
Smith, Sharis 152,57,69,72,75,140,1751
Spielman, Mary J. 11751
Sport, Donnie 11751
Stanley, Diane 149,57,64,72,1751
Story, Becky 140,57,69,1751
Suggs, Barbara 140,72,1751
Tatum, Brenda 135,40,57,G9,1751
Terry, Faye 157,72,75,77,1751
Thomas, Charles 11751
Thompson, Gary 11751
Till, Tamar 157,69,78,1751
Tillery, Larry 119,125,1751
Tisdale, George 157,117,1751
Tomlin, Joann 11751
Tomlin, Roney 157,1751
Tumer, Ewell 1125,127,1751
Turner, John 178,1751
Turner, Mary Lynn 135,40,57,69,72,77,
Veasey, Ricky 11751
Vickery, Christina 140,57,67,1751
Wadsworth, Laura 157,1751
Waits, Christy 135,40,57,69,72,75,99,
Walker, Kathy 11751
Walker, Robert 165,1751
Waller, Sheila 140,72,1751
Walls, Regina 11751
Ward, Anita 178,1751
Warren, Mary Ann 172,129,1751
Watson, Micky 157,1751
Watson, Debbie 1641
White, Becky 157,69,1751
White, Tommy 148,117,1751
Wiggins, Donnie 19s,124,125,127,175,
Williams, Kathy 172,1751
Williamson, Carolyn 11751
Williamson, Brenda 140,57,1751
Windham, Alan 157,78,125,1751
Woodham, Van 1125,1751
Ziglar, Cornelia 11751
Adams, Al 1117,125,1761
Adams, Ann 140,57,76,77,117,1761
Ainsworth, Eva Mae 11761
Andress, David 157,117,125,1761
Andrews, Patricia 11761
Archie, Jerry 11761
Armstrong, Johnann 140,76,1761
Aughtman, Billy Ray 11761
Aughtman, Bennie Faye 11761
Bames, Roy 176,1761
Bamette, Teresa 11761
Barrow, Mike 11761
Bass, Eddie 1117,1761
Beasley, Karen 146,1761
Beck, Cathy 11761
Beesley, DeWayne 11761
Blackwell, Pete 11761
Bodiford, Dora 176,1761
Bozeman, Becky 11761
Bozeman, Craig 11761
Broughton, Adele 140,76,77,176,191,
Browder, Cynthia 140,76,77,1761
Brown, Charles 11761
Bryant, Keith 11761
Bryant, Kim 1117,1761
Bullard, Mickie 176,1761
Bullock, Becky 146,1761
Bullock, Jerry 1116,1761
Bullock, Lester 1117,1761
Bush, Donna 140,52,76,1761
Butler, Rex 157,1761
Carter, Mike 11761
Cartett, Travis 11761
Chesser, Kathy 140,76,77,1761
Church, Kathy 140,76,1761
Clark, Johnnie 176,1761
Cleghom, James 11761
Coale, Kim 176,77,176,2031
Cooper, Sandra 11761
Copper, Betsy 176,77,1761
Cotton, Alan 11761
Crews, Patricia 11761
Davis, Theresa 176,77,177,1901
Dorriety, Gail 11771
Dubose, J. V. 11771
Dubose, Steve 146,1771
Dunn, Benny 1117,1771
Eddins, Eddie 1124,1771
Eiland, Joe 157,125,1771
Ellison, Althea 11771
Ezell, Diane 11771
Findley, Roy 11771
Flowers, Wanda 11771
Gantt, Lamar 146,1771
Garner, Gail 11771
Garrett, Melanie 140,76,1771
Glison, Lavon 1117,1771
Goodson, Micky 1125,1771
Grantham, Sheila 176,1771
Greene, Bernice 11771
Greene, Myrtice 11771
Griffen, Elaine 140,76,1771
Griffin, Tommy 1117,1771
Griggs, Ozie 11771
Grimes, Tommy 11771
Grissett, Danny 11771
Grissett, Diane 176,1771
Hamm, Brenda 11771
Henderson, Eugene 11771
Hobson, Norman 176,1771
Holley, Robert 176,117,1771
Hooper, Christi 140,76,77,1771
Howell, Peggy 176,1771
Hudson, Karen 11771
Hudson, Tim 1117,1771
Hughes, Greg 11771
Hutton, Jerry 176,1771
Ingram, Duane 11771
Jackson, Steve 11771
Johnson, Janet 157,77,177,2021
Jordan, Donnie 1125,1771
Jordan, Glenda 11771
King, Mel 140,76,77,1771
King, Sherman 40,76,77,177,1901
King, William 1125,1771
Kyzar, James 1133,1771
Kyzar, Jimmy 11771
Kyzar, Karen 1571
Lancaster, Kaye 140,52,53,57,76,77,
Lawson, Joan 176,1771
Lee, Cathy 11771
Lembke, Eleanor 11781
Little, Tamara 176,1781
Livings, Sammy 123,1781
Locke, Sidney 146,1781
McCart, Larry 11781
McDuffie, Karen 11781
McGiffert, Steve 1117,1781
Mclnnish, Bill 157,116,1781
McNeese, Becky 140,178,1991
McVVhorter, Kenne 140,76,77,100,1781
Maddox, Jo Ann 140,76,77,1781
Maloy, Ann 140,76,77,1781
Miller, Tony 146,57,99,117,125,1781
Mills, Myra 140,76,77,1781
Moody, Joan 176,1781
Mott, Jimmie 11781
Mullen, Gail 140,76,1781
Nall, Denny 11781
Newman, Mike 157,100,117,125,1781
Norman, Jeff 11781
Norrell, Louis 158,117,1781
Pace, Cheryl 11781
Palmer, Mary Evelyn 140,52,76,1781
Parks, Charlie 11781
Perrett, Lee 11781
Pierce, Marlon 11781
Portamont, Kathy 176,1781
Powell, Lenora 11781
Ptomey, Nancy 199,1781
Rahren, Freeda 176,77,1781
Rabren, Margo 140,76,1781
Raley, Don 11781
Reaves, Marcia 140,76,77,1781
Reeves, Dana 176,1781
Register, Martha 11781
Rodgers, Brenda 11781
Rolling, Linda Gail 11781
Rolling, Patricia 11781
Russell, Beverly 176,1781
Russell, Ricky 152,58,19,117,178,2181
Sanders, Gail 140,76,77,1781
schnfi, Linda 176,1781
Scott, Frances 124,1871
Selfridge, Susan 11781
Sharpe, Darrell 11781
Simmons, Dozier 173,76,116,1781
Sizemore, David 11781
Smith, Hoke 1117,125,l781
Smith, Janice 11791
Sport, Linda 11791
Straughn, Gail 176,77,1791
Still, Ronnie 11791
Stokes, Mike 11791
Strickland, Bruce 1117,1791
Strickland, Wayne 1117,1791
Studstill, Susan 135,40,76,77,1791
Syler, Johnny 157,l791
Tadlock, David 146,1791
Taylor, Chris 152,179,2311
Thomas, Shirley 11791
Thompson, Shelia 146,1791
Tiller, Norman 11791
Tillery, Linda 176,1791
Tillman, Dennis 1125,1791
Trawick, Diane 11791
Tucker, Tony 11791
Varner, Laquita 176,1791
Wadsworth, Bill 11791
VValclen, Wayne 1117,1791
Whiddon, Sherry 176,1791
VVhite, Vickie 11791
Williams, Taylor 1193,1791
Wfilliamson, Ronald 11791
Wilson, Brenda 11791
VVilson, Clark 152,117,125,1791
VVilson, Curtis 1117,1791
VVilson, Malon 1l17,l25,1791
Wingard, Rex Allen 11791
Wishum, Jerry 146,1791
Worek, Terry 11791
Wyatt, Leslie Sonny 1117,125,1791
Young, Jan 176,77,1791
Allen, Donnie 11801
Ammons, Donna 11801
Archie, Ann 11801
Archie, Terry 11801
Baker, Angelia 176,1801
Ballard, Darlene 11801
Ballard, Gary 11801
Barnes, Marion 11801
Barton, Tim 11801
Bates, Lynn 140,1801
Beasley, Wynn 183,1801
Boatwright, Doug 183,1801
Bond, Dennis 11801
Bonner, Cindy 140,76,100,1801
Brannon, Stella 11801
Brawner, David 11801
Brogden, Jimmy 11801
Brogden, Ricky 11801
Brooks, Texanna 176,1801
Bryant, Rex 11801
Burgans, Mary 11801
Butler, Von 183,1801
Cagle, Lee 11801
Carnley, Eddie 11801
Carter, johnny 1125,1801
Cawley, Gerald 11801
Clark, jack 11801
Clatto, Mary Io 11801
Cleghorn, Barbara 11801
Curry, Donald 1125,1801
Curry, Kenneth 1125,1801
Darby, Brenda 11801
Dewrell, Dorenda 176,1801
Dickenson, George 183,1801
Dubose, Mike 183,1801
Duncan, Bobby 11801
Edgar, Judy 176,1811
Eiland, Jei-ry 1100,117,125,1811
Eiland, Jimmy 183,125,1811
Eiland, Martha 176,1811
Enzor, Lee 183,1811
Etheridge, Gail 140,7G,77,100,lsn
Ezell, Jean 176,1811
Fendley, Roy 11811
Findley, Larry 11811
Findley, Steve 11811
Fletcher, Rickey 11811
Fore, Kenneth 11811
Foshee, Dewayne 11811
Franklin, Randy 11811
Freeman, Lyndell 11811
Fuller, Mel 11811
Fuqua, Kathy 176,79,1811
Gibson, Gail 140,83,1811
Gilmore, Susie 11811
Girdner, Montez 11811
Glass, Kenny 183,1811
Clisson, Carl 11811
Glisson, Debbie 140,76,18l1
Goodson, Steve 11811
Grantham, Terry 183,1811
Griffin, Diane 140,76,1811
Griffin, Gary 1100,1811
Gunter, Neil 1100,1811
Hallford, Anita 176,1811
Hallford, Linda 176,1811
Hamilton, John 11811
Hammonds, Henry 11811
Hammonds, Shelly 11811
Hart, Ronnie 11811
Hatmaker, Carolyn 11811
Hattaway, Brenda 11811
Ilayes, Gary 11811
Haynes, Wilson 183,1811
Henderson, Bobby 11811
Henderson, Clara 11811
Henderson, Frankie 183,1811
Henderson, Geneise 11811
Herring, joe Ben 11821
Hester, Clark 11821
Hill, Joan 140,76,77,100,l82,2311
Hinson, Mike 183,1821
Hitson, Barbara 11821
Hogue, Angie 140,76,1821
Holloway, Hubert 11821
Holmes, Mike 11821
Ilorton, Eric 183,125,1821
Howell, Jerry 11821
Hudson, Patsy 176,1821
Ieffcoat, Brenda 183,1821
jcrkins, Patricia 11821
Jimmerson, Lydia 176,1821
johnson, Jimmy 176,1821
johnson, Ray 11821
Iones, Bill 183,1821
Jones, Henry 183,1821
jones, Larry 11821
Jones, Richard 183,1821
jones, Susan 11821
Jordan, Brenda 11821
Kale, WVayne 1125,1821
Keig, Debra 11821
Kelley, jimmy 11821
Kelley, Patsy 176,1821
Kilpatrick, Sarah 11821
King, Sandra 176,77,1821
King, Terry 176,l821
Lalnbert, Eddie 176,1821
Langham, Melvin 11821
Lawson, Debra 11821
Linton, Ricky 11821
Linzy, Sheldon, 11821
Little, Beth c40,83,l821
Lockier, Mike 11821
Lucas, Billy 11821
McDaniel, Lesley 140,76,1821
McDonald, Bob 1125,1831
McLelland, john 11831
McWhorter, Ashton 1125,1831
Martin, Iolaine 140,76,77,183,2311
Martin, Nancy 140,76,1831
Matthews, Larry 11831
Meeks, Kathy 140,76,1831
Merrell, Lesa 140,83,183,1981
Merrill, Susan 176,1831
Messick, Pam 140,1831
Michaux, Steve 11831
Monley, Lance 176,1831
Morgan, Billy 11831
Mullins, Evelyn 183,1831
Nelson, Sue 140,76,1831
Newman, Patsy 140,76,1831
Nichols, Karen 176,1831
Oakley, Bob 11831
Odom, Danny 11831
Odom, Greta 176,1831
Odom, Jerry 11831
Odom, Levon 11831
O'Neal, Brenda 11831
O'Neal, Glenda 11831
Owens, Steve 11831
Pace, Nancy 176,83,1831
Padgett, David 183,1831
Parrish, Larry 11831
Parrish, Terry 11831
Patterson, Levon 183,1831
Pebworth, Debbie 140,7G,1831
Perdue, Barbara 11831
Phillips, Rodney 183,1831
Pierce, Lynette 11831
Piland, Virginia 11831
Pippin, Dottie 140,7G,77,183,2251
Pippin, Johnny 11831
Pitts, Gary 183,183,1251
Powell, Angelia 17G,1831
Powell, Roger 183,1831
Preston, Kathy 11831
Rabren, Donna 183,1831
Reeves, Sabra 140,83,1841
Rolling, Steve 11841
Rose, Mike 11841
Rowell, Tommy 11841
Rushing, Elaine 11841
Ryals, Deborah 176,77,1841
Sellers, Donna 11841
Shaw, Terry 183,1841
Slliver, Patricia 11841
Sikes, Susan 11841
Smith, Jimmie 11841
smyly, Al 183,1841
Snowden, Barbara 183,1841
Sowell, Ricky 11841
St. jean, Roxie Ann 176,1841
Stone, Gary 11841
Story, Lynn 11841
Stroud, Brenda 11841
Stuart, Donald 183,1841
Sullivan, Charlee 183,1841
Taylor, Bari 140,83,1841
Taylor, Glenn 11841
Taylor, Merrily 140,83,184,1891
Teal, Shirley 176,77,1841
Thagard, George 183,1841
Thomas, Marsha 11841
Thomasson, Cynthia 176,1841
Thrash, Chet 11841
Tillman, Jeff 1125,1841
Tompkins, Vickie 176,1841
Tubberville, Larry 11841
Turner, Becky 140,83,1841
Tumer, Terry 11841
Tyler, Mike 11841
Walker, Annie Maude 11841
VVallace, Ricky 11841
Waller, Buddy 183,1841
Weaver, Billy Ray 11841
VVhicldon, Debra 176,1841
White, Ierry 183,1841
Wiggins, Mike 11841
Windham, Donna 176,1841
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