Berry High School - Caravel Yearbook (Birmingham, AL)
- Class of 1965
Page 1 of 286
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
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Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
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Many names were suggested for
Berry's first annual. The Caravel,
submitted by Kerry Buckley, was
chosen by a vote of the student
body, as the most appropriate.
The Caravel was an ancient pi-
rate ship which sailed the seven
Berry High School
hold in your
and events. When you
efforts, you alone can
make the following pages come alive so that this first annual
will always be a memoir of all that which you loved at Berry.
THIS IS BERRY
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Table of Contents
Music by Mr. Ted Galloway
All our love, respect, and honor,
Berry High, we give to you.
Always mindful of our promise
Ever to be true.
This is then our pledge to you
All our whole lives through:
We will ever hold the torch,
Berry High, for you.
Through the years as we remember
All the happy hours here,
We will offer up Thanksgiving,
Alma Mater, dear.
To express our appreciation, for the fine
spirit he has created in our school . . . for
the service he has rendered faithfully and
abundantly . . . for the splendid cooperation
he has shown in student life and activities . . .
for the splendid record he has obtained.
Because he is all this and more . . . be-
cause he possesses the unusual combination of
authoritative experience, sound knowledge,
and rare taste . . . we take pride in inscrib-
ing our first annual, the Caravel, to our prin-
cipal, Mr. Clyde Yeilding.
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Intent and Interested
Mr. Clyde Yeilding
You come to us as junior high school students,
wide eyed expectant, uncertain in your new surrounding
You leave us as graduates, poised, perhaps a little
sophisticated. I would like to congratulate you on
the splendid record you have made. Your spirit of
loyalty and cooperation, and worthwhile acheivements
to which you have contributed during these years.
In this interval, we hope you experienced the
exhilaration of play, the inspiration of dreams,
the satisfaction and pride that comes to those who
have fought a good fight.
In your new associations with people and with
life, my sincere wish for you is that you may retain
the ideals of good citizenship that you have learned
and practiced while students at Berry High School.
Under the guidance ofthe assistant principals,
Berry runs smoothly and all duties under their su-
pervision are carried out in accordance with the
rules and policies of the school. Always striving
for a sympathetic understanding of all students, these
assistant principals have won the admiration and
respect the students are proud to bestow upon, Their
encouragement to students to pursue trait of Berry 's
Teachers are helped and problems solved through
the wise advice and experience of Mr. Creel and
Mr. Gann. They have always been ready to help
students and faculty maintain a high standard and
athletic achievement at Berry.
MR. ROYCE CREEL
MR. THOMAS GANN
Mrs. Katherine Arnold
Mrs. Helyn Autrey
Mr. Marvin Balch
Mrs. Christine Barton
Mr. Kenneth Bishop
Miss Margaret Blalock
Mrs. Rosemary Bouchet
Miss Linda Bowen
Mrs. Mattie Bowers
Mrs. Aimee Brazeman
Mr. John Bush
Mrs. Linda Buzzard
Mrs. Elizabeth Carpenter
Mrs. Mary Cherry
Miss Elizabeth Clark
Mr. William Clayton
Mrs. Earlene Collier
Mrs, James Anna Cooper
Mr. Royce Creel
Mrs. Lois Cunningham
Faculty and Staff
on the Job
MRS. RONAT explains physics problem MISS BOWEN keeps the students interested
NOW this is the way it is solved, PLEASE pay close attention.
Mrs. Rita Jane Daniel
Mrs. Revae Davis
Mr. Charles Dickinson
Mrs. Elizabeth Doty
Mr. Jerry Douglas
Mrs. Esta Elliott
Mr. Robert Finley
Mr. Ted Galloway
Mr. Thomas Gann
Miss Mary Granberry
Mrs. Alma Hall
Miss La Vondra Harding
Mr. Donald Hartman
Mrs. Esther Hawkins
Mrs. Eva Helms
Mrs. Evelyn Herring
Mrs. Emily Hicks
Mrs. Virginia Higginbotham
Mrs. Elizabeth Huffman
Miss Edith Hughes
Faculty and Staff
MR. WOOD knows there is always
plmg to bc me Teachlng Is an Art
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MRS NEWbOMh puts over a point by illustraung.
Mrs. Lillian Jeffers
Mr, James Johnson
Mrs. Margaret Kelly
Mrs. Sarah Kirkland
Mrs. Billye Knowles
Mrs. Mary Lawler
Mrs. Phoebe Lee
Miss Joanne Levi
Mr. David Logan
Mr. Richard Lovelady
Mr, John Lusco
Mrs. Mary McC1inton
Mrs. Betty McMahon
Mrs. Phyllis Meyer
Faculty and Staff
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MR. lAl LRINH2 substltu
and tmtlerstantllrtgl I
MR. DICKINSON liStenS
how to solve them,
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to many problems, He knows
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MRS. MCCI INTON inspires quietly.
BOUCHET waits until students are mentally receptive.
Miss Lelia Patterson
Mrs. Marjorie Peebles
Miss Nancy Perdue
Mrs. Drucilla Propst
Mrs. LaVerne Ramsey
Miss Elizabeth Reed
Mrs. Elizabeth Ronat
Mrs. Betsy Seale
Miss Sara Seay
Mrs. Peggy Spear
Miss Anna Stange
Mrs. Ruth Stone
Mrs. Virginia Sutter
Mrs. Nancy Wheeler
Mr. Larry Wilson
Mrs. Melinda Wilson
Mrs. Laura Wingo
Mrs. Shirley Woodfin
Mr. Raymond Woods
Mrs. Jean Wright
MR. DICKENSON, boys' counselor.
Guidance, an Aid
to Future Plans
In order that pupils make wise decisions concerning high
schoolcourses, college plans, and future vocations, the
guidance department works with teachers, parents, and stu-
dents to help them toward this goal. Orientation of the
student between junior high school and senior high school
and between senior high school and college is also an impor-
tant function of guidance, Through this department, im-
portant educational and vocational material is made avail-
able to the student, lt also administers placement tests,
Conferences are held throughout the year so that the individ-
ual student may discuss plans with their counselors. College-
bound seniors are counseled about scholarship and scholarship 's
opportunities. In cooperation with this department, College
Day is held for all interested juniors and seniors.
Counselors Lead Us
to Successful Goals
MRS. SUTTER finds interesting work a solution to student
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MRS. IiI.LIOT'1', senior Counselor, consults with Carolyn Carr and Burbarzl Sloan on college plans and possiblc scllolarships when they hc
NANCY GOODSON and Gail Mixon wait i11COLlllSk'1UI'S IS. JIZRKINS, C, Wood and L. Spencer, I1lOLlgl1UL,Ll1 seniors, study
office. collcge catalogues.
Office Staff and Assistants
Provide Help For
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MRS. JACQUELINE HALL
Secretary to Principal
MRS. DOROTHY HOLTZCLAW
Secretary to Assistant Principals
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JO KAREN Michil and Linda Smart are learning to oper-
ate the public address system,
THESE GIRLS, E. Pledger, C. Lancaster, L. Carnathan, and M. Wright
are trained to do every job in the office.
Office Beehive of
chool Activity E
The main office is one of the busiest places in
the school. It is here that our registrar, secretaries,
and office helpers keep the school running smoothly.
Their duties include keeping student records up to
date, altering schedules, and arranging schedules
for new students. Also located in the office are the
public address system used for making announce-
ments, and the telephones by which all incoming
and outgoing office calls must go.
The office staff and their assistants serve admin-
istrative staff, the faculty and the students in various
and sundry ways. Thousands of questions are asked
and answered, important items noted and filed.
Every member of the school is served efficiently and , . ,V
patiently by this respected and loved department of i Q
At three o'clock when the last student has gone, V
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OFFICE ASSISTANTS: Cheryl Lancaster, Marsha Wright, Lynn Carnathan, Elayne Pledger, Diane de Loremier, Sandra Hayes, Martha
Whatley, Debbie Burch, and Claudia Kealy.
THESE SENIORS study for difficult tests and examinations in preparation for college entrance exams,
Berry En lish Department
Varies Its Curriculum
MISS GRANBERRY teaches a lesson in grammar
Familiarity with good literature and adequate skills
in writing and speaking are the aims of the English de-
partments. From junior high to twelfth-grade, students
receive instruction in a variety of subjects. Junior high
students prepare for a good foundation in grammar.
Sophomores gain a good background in essays, short ,Q
stories and novels. Eleventh grade introduces American
Studies, a look at America through literature, art, and
music. Teachers stress the ability to write clearly and
concisely and introduce students to the underlying
mechanics in novels. Senior English is a labyrinth of
English literature from Shaw to Shakespeare. The stu-
dents graduate with experience in various types of writing
and with a background in English and American literature
MR HARTMAN and Mrs Wingo try out new language department equipment.
Department Adds Depth
to Student Expression
A first-hand knowledge of the culture of foreign societies
both modern and ancient, through reading and conversation
in the respective language, enables students to become pro-
ficient in understanding the world around them. Three
years of Spanish, German, French, and Latin are offered,
Language clubs and honoraries, sponsored by teachers in the
department, develop the interest of their members in the
culture that develops their respective language.
THROUGH THE language lab students learn to speak their language more fluently.
THROUGH COURSES such as typing, shorthand, and general business, students prepare themselves for their place in
the business world .
CHERYL LANCASTER practices typing to gain the
Train for Future
Both college bound and non-college bound find an impressive array
of courses inthe business department. Students find that mastering
the typewriter keyboard is the first step in preparing for a successful
business career, Typing aids students in preparing research papers and
for secretarial jobs,
The Business Education Department initiates and completes a series
of classes designed to prepare students to take their places, immedi-
ately upon graduation, in the business office or in the myriad detail-
selling fields in the Jefferson County area.
Students in college have a great advantage over other students by
knowing typing and shorthand, Much college work must be typed
before it is acceptable, Students in college who can type often pick
up a neat little sum of money typing for students and faculty members
fastest possible speed
Logic of the stressed application of scientific methods is
essential in studying both biological and physical science,
Individual laboratory investigations create interest and dem-
onstrate the unique natural processes which occur in our
complex world. This department participates in the science
fair and is a member of the Alabama Junior Academy of
Science. A member of the department holds an office in
A BUDDING scientist tries out an experiment.
MRS. HUFFMAN assists Floy Hunt and Jimmy Bailiff,
MR. BONES and a microscope are fundamentals for young
MR. CLAYTON, after clarifying the steps involved in solving a math problem, asks how many under-
stood the procedure.
A well-rounded program of mathematics is
offered to Berry students in order to give them the
foundation of logic and study necessary in all walks
of life. Courses include Algebra, which covers ba-
sic fundamentals, and extension of numbers, equa-
tions, graphs, and quadraticsg plane and solid geom-
etry, which investigates figures using logicg trigonom-
etry, the study of angles. The department also offers
advanced mathematics for students who have com-
pleted the above courses and desire a college prepar-
The department administers annually the math
exam given by the National Association of Actuaries
and Mathematics Teachers. A team is sent each
year to the mathematics tournament. Last year our
team placed seventh.
MRS. HAWKINS helps a student after school catch up on her work
MR. BALCH explains to his math class how geometry may be worked if a little effort and concentration is used
Problems . . . Problems . . . Problems
STEVE NEWMAN and Iris Wiggin work diligently to get the correct ROBERTHARTLEY doesn't find math
The Library Is A Storehouse Of Knowledge
The library is the heart of the school
and all phases of curriculum are centered
in the resources to be found within its
walls. It is essential that Berry students
have opportunity to develop mentally,
morally and physically,
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C. CLEMMONS and R. Rainey shelve hundreds of books. MRS. PHILLIPS and assistants work through the summer
MRS. COOPER and Mrs. Carpenter cheek out books to Berry students.
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D. TAYLOR, R. Northrip, and B. Bowman locate points on map
assigned by the teacher.
S. PRENTICE, C. Mayfield, and S. Tourney study and dream
of far away places.
MRS. NEWSOME illustrates material related to the lesson,
Social Studies Aids
There is a past that cannot be denied and a future which must
be planned. What is to be done about it depends upon the di-
rection taken in the present. Social studies deals with the
political, social, and economic problems which will result in a
real patriotism which includes the love of a country and mankind
appreciation for our heritage, and a preception into our future.
Social studies promotes the knowledge of environment,
customs, and institutions of man. The study ofthe American
past and history of the world explains the broad developments of
modern society. An interested student comes to understand the
many factors that have conditioned his environments. Under-
standing of life gained from these studies helps the individual to
better understand himself.
for a speech,
Speech in high school is designed to make the student aware of the
importance of speech, The student is made to realize that the person
who speaks best has more chance for success. Organizing and outlining
a speech is taught to aid the student to develop habits of speaking logically,
interesting, and clearly. By trying to develop personal interest in drama,
oral reading, debate, and all forms of public speaking, the student acquires
poise and competence in talking to individuals and groups. Training in the
forms of parliamentary procedure is also studied and practiced,
Students in the Art Department learn the fundamentals of their field,
such as drawing, painting, commercial art, and postermaking, while
developing their talents and a new awareness of beauty, Advanced stu-
dents becorne skilled in using many art medias - pencil, water colors,
oil paints, pastels, brush, pen and ink, clay, or sculpture cement, Inter-
MRS. PEEBLES MR. GALLOWAY MRS. PAINTER
RIDGE and K. Buckley look up information
THESE ACTRESSES will take part in some play, oral reading, and competitive contests during the year.
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occasions. The art department is one of the finest in the state,
The Music Department has two divisions: vocal and instrumental,
The instrumental music division consists of the Buccaneer Band and Con-
cert Band and Dance Band. The Buccaneer Band provides pre-game and
halftime entertainment during football season, The concert band plays
for special programs such as Christmas, Easter, and important assemblies
The concert band has won superior state ratings, and is recognized as one
of the outstanding bands in Alabama. The music department is one of
our finest departments.
The vocal division, which consists of all the chorus, participate in
holiday assemblies and provide music for entertainment locally, The
concert chorus gave several concerts for various organizations during the
year and participated in local and state contests and won superior ratings,
MR. BUSH MRS. KNOWLES MRS. SPEAR
PERFECTION ON the French horn means hours of
practice for Clayton Gilmore,
CLASS AND teacher work on a project to be put on a bulletin board in the school hall,
Home Economies Prepares Girls For
By participation in Home Economics Classes,
girls find practical experience for future use. In
these classes students become adept at sewing,
cooking, and family life. The basic goal of Home
Economics is to help the individual girl live a more
useful and satisfying personal family and community
life. Students are taught to become better citizens
through understanding and assuming responsibilities
HOME ECONOMICS classes have a lot of atmosphere.
THE SHOWCASE is prettier when Carol Raines and Tina Moorhead decorate
it with themselves.
of family life. The homemaking program offers
an opportunity to practice democratic principles in
working and living together.
MRS. HESTER and Linda think fashions are
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MECHANICAL DRAWING requires a steady hand,
Classes Create Skills
The mechanical drawing classes coordinate interests
and abilities and offer students opportunity to develop
creative skills. Craftsmanship and good work habits
are developed. Accuracy and detail are stressed to
promote a more perfect job. Students in these classes
develop a new appreciation for beauty and further their
talents and specialized skills at the same time, Inge-
nuity is the mainstay of the typical mechanical draw-
Participation in competitive sports,
responsible conduct, and health fitness is
the purpose of boys' physical education.
The carrying out of this program helps
develop body mechanics and efficient per-
formance from everyday skills of walking,
standing and sitting to the most complex.
The intramural program provides competi-
tion for all students, Intramurals are de-
signed for developing physical fitness,
sportsmanship, and skills through sports and
MISS PURDUE teaches the girls how to shoot the bulls eye This takes some practice and a lot of skill.
School Staff Worliers
PUPILS SERVE themselves cafeteria style in the new senior
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MRS. PUGH always keeps hot coffee for everybod
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GENE GLASS called for his date on the exciting night of the prom
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The Prom Recalls
A date at last . . . a new evening
dress . . . a new hairdo . . . colored
shoes. . . excitement. . . a corsage to
buy for her . . . l'1l pick you up at nine
. . . white gloves . . . new jewelry . . .
here at last . . . how glamorous , . ,
what a swell band . . . Would you like to
dance? Let's get a souvenir . . .have
you seen her dress? . . . it is pink . . .
lovely , , , everything is wonderful . . .
it's getting late . . . the band plays its
good night song . . . Let's hurry to the
breakfast . . . bacon and eggs . . '. look
at the time , . . good night,
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Miss School Spirit
BILLIE JO PEEK escorted by Mike Rast at Black and White game
Junior Varsity Cheerleaders
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Inspired B Teams
The Junior Varsity Cheerleaders yelled
and cheered for the B team. This is
splendid training for them as they will
perhaps take the places on the varsity
team of the seniors who will graduate this
year. They are trained by Miss Purdue
to perform as well and efficiently as the
Varsity, There are many tryouts each
summer before the candidates for cheer-
leaders are chosen.
This wide-awake group worked hard
on their float for the homecoming game
and entered it to be judged. It has been
rumored that they are going out to win
the prize next year as well as cheer the
team to victory
FLOAT MADE and paraded by the Junior High Students.
FIRST ROW: Jay Ferguson, Gayle Forrester, Peggy May, Jeanne Clayton, Jane Messamore
SECOND ROW: Alice Thomas, Patti Wells, Linda W
JEANNE CLAYTON and JANE MESSAMORE
arrington, Susan Phillips, Linda White, Judy Yates
PEGG Y MA Y
ALICE THOMAS and JUDY YATES
CLASSROOMS, halls, sidewalks,
and patios underwent a transformation
as buccaneers and sea-going characters
created an atmosphere of- ancient
pirate days. They took over the school
as the teachers looked on in both horror
and amusement. Every Buccaneer was
caught up in the excitement, and
Berry was never the same without those
characters from the past, They clown-
ed, they capered, they fought battles
to the death. They playfully broke up
classes and disrupted the studious rou-
tine of classes. The student body
united in a day of fun and in frolic.
School spirit soared to new heights as
the pirates of old invaded the campus.
Buccaneer Day . . . day of days at
SHIVER MY timbers' The Buccaneers are going to burn Debbie Gant! !
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WHAT A fight! What a day!
THREE BUCCANEERS or is it four?
THESE PIRATES, T. Strickland, F. Moore, D. Schlegner,
J. Couch and J. Rush hanged, quartered and buried Cris
LYNN SMITH makes a good Buccaneer.
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8:15 rush . . . standing by lockers
waiting . . . eating lunch with friends . .
a cold night and a play practice . . . a
football game . . . tardy to class . . .
fire and homecoming . . . a queen is
crowned . . . school elections . . . being
tapped for honor society . . . waiting for
ings. . . deadlines . . . book reports . .
homework . . . senior thesis? . . library
fines . . . dances and proms . . . singing
A the alma mater . . . picture taking . . .
basketball games . . . college board
exams . . . changing classes . . . talking
to friends . . . April. . . May . . .
Graduation . . . diplomas . . . it's all
BLAIR TOMB and David Clemmons raise and lower the flag each day.
pep rallies and assemblies . . . it's a bon-
a bus . . . day dreaming , , . club meet-
Hi h School Means
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STUDENTS WAIT each day for thc buses and rides.
JENNIE JENKINS and Bob Holman make a wish by the wishing well
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FUN IS the Shades Valley game and balloons.
HOW MUCH are the puppies in the window? K. Ostergren and D. Thomas
found these cuties at the prom,
KAREN TOUSSAINT uses every minute to study for the big test.
CROLEY WOOD AND GAIL BAXLEY have a clapping good time.
WELL, how is this for politeness?
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High School Life
TO ROISISY Moore, there is nothing better than a hamburger and coke.
OUR SCHOOL photographer, Robert Hartley, is also L1 magician,
JANIE STRICKLAND types copy for the Caravcl.
KATHY BROOKS solves problems in Mrs. Kelly 's class
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GETTING MEASURED for cap and gown.
HAPPINESS IS an early spring day and a good friend
GORDON KONIG prepares a speech for an English class
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WRITE, WRITE, write! ! I Gail Picard says she has to think over what she is going to write in a thenie.
PAT STRIPLING works on a required project,
BERRY STUDENTS leaving for Spain where they will
attend University of Madrid.
High School Life
JOE FRIDDLE gives the devotional and reads the announce
ments each morning over the intercom,
MARILYN CORDELL, an honor student works in the library for
credit. STUDENTS ENJOY good lunches served in the cafeteria each day.
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o JULIE LONG spends extra hours sewing. This she enjoys. GAIL PATTERSON looks up the meaning of a word.
NANCY LlNDE'N and DONALD SCOTT like science and polar bears,
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breather on a gym tunrblrngj mat
THE BALLADIERS perform at many school functions. These boys keep the audrenee howlrnp
ROBERT DUPRIEST, President JANE MESSAMORE, First Vice President
There is no better introduction to the principles and practices of democracy than tnat provided by student
council activities. With a program stressing cooperation, self-reliance, and plain common sense, our student
councilihelps to prepare tomorrow's leaders for the responsibilities of adult citizenship.
It is the one over-all organization that co-ordinates all other student activities, that teaches citizenship
through providing an opportunity for students to do the things which a good citizen does. It helps build school
spiritg develops leaders and intelligent followersg teaches respect for law, order, and authority. The Berry Stu-
dent Council seeks to develop the best in a student and tries to make him a well-informed, honest, interested,
and active citizen of a democracy.
JOE FRIDDLE RACHEL BROWN BLAIR TOMB JEANNIE CLAYTON NANCY TILDEN KEITH TICE
Chaplain Historian Parliamentarian Treasurer Secretary Second Vice President
Senior Student Council Representatives
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EDDIE ADAIR EMILY BORAH LYNN BRATCHER BARRY COPELAND LORA JEAN DAVIS JED DEASON
Senior Sophomore Junior Sophomore Sophomore Senior
REID DOSTER JOHNNY GALLOWAY CLAUDIA GOGGANS KIM HUDSON JOHN IVENS BR-ICE JAMES
Junior IUHIOI' S9I1i0I Sophomore Junior SCHi01'
JACK LOWTHER LYN MCDANIELS CONNIE MAYFIELD DAN MIKOS BILL OGBURN LOIS RAZEK
Junior Sophomore Sophomore Senior Junior Sophomore
BETSY ROBBINS JANETTE RUSH JANIE STRICKLAND
Senior Junior Senior
VICKI VOWELL PATTI WELLS CHARLOTTE WOOD
Junior Senior Sophomore
Junior High tudent Council
A. Alvis B. Boon R. Bridwell R. Brown
J. Hanson M. Hillhouse J. Hoffman A. Hutto
B. Tomb S. Walker D. Wells A. Williams
A. Chappelle A. Fowler A. Gore J. Davis
A. Lee Pard J. Razek L. Smith A. McMaho
OFFICERS, Newman, Carpenter and Jackson
The newly organized Junior High Student Council is under the capable
leadership of President, Steve Newman, Vice President, Clark Carpenter,
Secretary, Randy Jackson. Bill Tomb, treasurer, will see, to all expenses
that are involved. The council plans many interesting and serviceable
projects for the year. Committees will be set up to carry out all phases
of school activities connected with the council,
Junior High School Council members become well trained before they
go into senior council work. Each phase of council work gives members
an opportunity to perform in some capacity.
Every student in junior high school is a member of the Junior High
School Council. This organization works with the Senior High Student
Council and is under the same rules and participates in the same school
projects as the Senior High.
PAT ROBERTS, Cheryl Lehman, Jan McCracker, honor society members also
make good student council members.
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THE STUDENTS of German use their club as a place to learn
more about German history and culture, and to practice speaking
and understanding German.
Various members prepare reports, playlets, and films of
slide demonstrations for the meetings. Visitors are also invited
to tell the club about German lands and customs.
Mrs. Wingo, the sponsor, and Morris Wildsmith studied in
Austria last summer and have told of the things they saw and of
the interesting experiences they had. They also brought back
many things they bought over there. These displays interest all
the students in the school,
LINDA PHILLIPS and Van Machen locate the country from
which these dolls came.
MORRIS WILDSMITH wears native Austrian suit he brought from Austria.
PATTY BOYD displays authentic German beer steins brought by Mrs
Wingo from Germany.
Senior French Club
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FIRST ROW: N. Barnacastle, B. Goodwin, B. Duke, R. Dunaway, R. Brown, C. Goggins, J. Clayton, A. Thomas, J. Gore, E.
Pledger, S. O'Quinn, M. Horton, M. Graves, S. Howell, A. Robinson, S. Northcutt, M. Sellers, E. Dailey. SECOND ROW:
P. McHugh, C, Alford, D. Ruzicka, K. Henry, K, Bisset, L. Gordon, J. Long, S. Phillips, J, Jenkins, A. Arnold, T, Wideman
R. Daniels, E. Williams, S. McEwen, L. Johnson, L. Myran, K. Graves, N. Ray. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Brazeman, L. Mitchum,
C. Duke, M. Burke, K. Wright, I. Schauss, J. Jones, M. Goad, B. Jagoe, L. Fincher, S. Winfree, L. Gibson, B. Robbins, M,
Austin, A. Burr, N. Hamilton, G. Barker, J. Liddle, S. Hayes, M. Noojin, J. Couch, D. Monroe, J. Ferguson, D, de Lorimier,
L. Sereno, C. Brewton, K. Newell. ,FOURTH ROW: K. Buckley, I. Atkinson, E. Adair, G. Nolen, R. Shannon, B. McFarland,
B. Tucker, L. Price, J. Friddle, D, Peterson, M. Houser, L. Heinrich, Y. Rhodes, M. Hallman, D. Moore, P. May, P. Wells.
OFFICERS: I. Clayton - Sergeant at Arms, P. May - Secretary,
J, Ferguson - Chaplain, S. Emrick - Vice-Pres. , D. Monroe -
President, J. Atkinson - Treasurer.
The Senior French Club was organized in October, 1964,
by a group of Berry students interested in learning more about
the French language and people. The club is open to any
junior or senior who is enrolled in any ofthe three French
courses offered at Berry. The requirement for membership is
genuine interest and enthusiasm, as revealed by regular
attendance at meetings and a willingness to assume responsi-
bilities and obligations on behalf of the club. At the regular
meetings, which are held monthly at the home of a member,
native French speakers, educators, and Americans who have
traveled extensively in France provide the members with
absorbing and enlightening material to satisfy and at the
same time stimulate the original interest which binds the
club together: France . . . its language, its people, and its
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FIRST ROW: M, Meshejian, A. McRay, D. Reale, M. Matsos, L. McDaniel, V. Davis, S. Tourney, L, Razek, D, Duell, D.
Little, SECOND ROW: S. Marcus, D. Lulley, M, Deason, C. Davis, J. Hoffine, L. Herlong, M. Burr, J. McCarty, D. Wyatt,
M. Roper, J. French. THIRD ROW: G. Malool, S. Robbins, D. Nabors, A. Constintine, P. Robbins, T. Atkins, C. Bellsnyder,
G. Cordes, M, Bowen, D. Painter, M, Thacker, C. McCracken, M. Johnson. FOURTH ROW: C. Stoltz, S. Bailey, A. Edwards,
L. Rickerson, S. Jackson, J. Wilks, V. Bedsole, L. Foster, J. Vicks, J. Burns, N. Buettner, M. Lindley, J. McCracken, S.
Mims, B. White, Miss Stange.
OFFICERS: President, Vicki Davis: Vice-President, Lynn
McDaniel: Secretary, Suzy Tourney: Treasurer, Judy Knapp:
Orphan Fund Chairman, Cindy McCrackerg Historian, Lois
, The first Berry High School Junior French Club was orga-
f nized this year under the direction of Miss Stange, the
1 sponsor, and the language department, All freshman and
sophomore students taking French are eligible for member-
ship. The purpose of the club is to further interest in and
understanding of France, its language and people.
The club plans to adopt a French orphan. The members
hope not only to help a child but also to gain a better un-
derstanding ofthe French people and customs through cor-
respondence with him.
The first edition of the monthly paper, "The Fleur de
Lis," will be published this year. It will contain current
business, feature articles, and the letters from the adopted.
orphan. The club meeting time is devoted to programs.
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The Berry High School Senior
Art Club is a service club organiz-
ed to create interest in art and
enrichment for its members and
the school. Members have a
monthly night meeting in their
homes when guest speakers come
to speak on different phases of art
advertising, and art appreciation,
In 1964 Kerry Buckley, former
President, served as President of
the state high school Art Clubs of
Alabama and presided at the con-
vention meetings at the University
of Alabama December 4 and 5.
The following officers have
served ably during the year:
Marni Hallman, President
Becky Jogoe, Vice-President
Pam Hodges, Secretary
Cris Brown, Treasurer
Robert Paulin,, Sgt. at Arms
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FIRST ROW: M. Greco, L. Johnson, P. Hodges, B. Duke, D. Painter, S. White, S. Fowler,
M. Hooten, G. Hodges, N. Mitchell, E. Borah, R. Gore, C. Lancaster, B. Jagoe, SECOND
ROW: S. Malone, B. Tomb, R. Paulin, J, Carother, T. Paracca, D. Monroe, K. Buckley,
S. Lawrence, J. Boyd, M. Hallman, C. Brown, M. Schroeder, K. Bowen, C. Duke, J. Peek
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1, J. C. Clem, L, Smith, J. Logan, S. Howell, B. Wentz, T, lrnler, C. Lanier, B.
ns, K. Newell, K. Graves, W. Rasco, M. Grant, Mrs. Mary Painter,
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JUNIOR ART exhibits, paintings and other objects of art made by members of the club.
ART CLUB members work on a project for the school,
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Has Many Artistic
The Junior High Art Club takes an active participation at
Berry. They help decorate for many school assemblies and
special programs, providing colorful, original props and back
grounds. They design countless posters which announce the
dates for future school events in a clear and artistic manner.
Throughout the school, bulletin boards are kept up to date
with beautiful art work, displayed to emphasize the coming
event. They have constructed a beautiful rock garden beside
the new Junior High building. The students which are mem-
bers of this club enjoy the modern, fully-equiped room they
acquired this year, These factors help make these students
among the most vigorous of the Junior and Senior High School
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J. SMITH, P. Mitchell, A, Newton, T. Beal, J. Norris, C. Sharman B Snoddy E Dailey L Phillips K Wyatt K SC C S
Library Club performs a vital job for the school, Club nienibc rs help the librarians by making all tht iaeilities of
the library available to students. In taking charge ofthe operation oi the eireulition desk and helping to niaintain the
card catalogue, they do a great deal in keeping the library efficient Answering student questions about the library is
one more job they do that aids the student body through the year,
A. Bagley T. Beal K. Brown S. Campbell S. Chapman J. Clayton B. Cox D. Dickerson
R. Dupriest E. Eldridge J, Gates J. Grant M. Hackney M, Haney K. Hartley B. Hg
S. Horton R. Huey W. Hultgren F. Hunt L. Jackson C. Kersh J, Lawther S. Lemmon
Junior Classical League Promotes
Interest in Rome and Greece
The Junior Classical League is a national organization with a total membership of 98, 910, dedicated to the perpet-
uation of an appreciation of the civilization, language, literature, and art of ancient Rome and Greece.
At Berry, the Junior Classical League is an active participant in school affairs. Among the annual activities was a
Julius Caesar movie, a picnic attended by sixty members, a trip to Nashvilvle to visit the Pantheon. At the end of the
year the club went to Mobile to the State Latin Forum. Here they enjoyed the annual Roman banquet where outstanding
students were honored. It is at this convention that many of the ancient customs of the Romans are observed. At the
banquet they sit on the floor and feast as the Romans did. Each member dressed in a toga added atmosphere to the al-
ready festive occasion.
A. WESTWATER, E, Eldridge, and B. Wingate check on information for club reports.
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and greet one anotherg take a Roman Holiday.
J, Liddle K. Loerch S. Logan J. McCurdy T. MCLGOG P. Mitchell S. Newman K. Nelson
S, Reed C. Schooley B. Sehappert B, Srivers S. Thorpe N. Tilclen S. Turkington C. Waites
E. Walsh A. Westwater B. Wilbanks B. Wingate
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FIRST ROW: K. Buckley, N. Strawbridge, K. Tice, T. Mclnish, J. Bailiff, S. Thigpen, E. Wheeler. SECOND ROW: T.
Cooper, D. de Lorinier, N. Tilden, R. Dunaway, A. Morgan, T. Imbler, D. Bates, L. Heinrich, Mrs. Spear.
NOW WE are ready to debate the proposition.
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K "H r topics is the object of Berry's debate club.
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speech events thus giving the poise and
confidence necessary for public speaking.
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ational Forensic League
TOMMY MCINISH holds the certificate won by the team
at the University of Alabama.
LINDA WILLIAMSON is the only girl who partici-
pated on the team from Berry.
The ability to speak clearly and forcefully, whether in
debate, extemporaneous oratory, or oral interpretation, is
characteristic of National Forensic League. In order to gain
membership, students must gain a certain number of points
in competition. Advanced degrees are given to those with
greater experience, This year the members have competed
at Howard College, Birmingham Southern and at the Univer-
sity where the negative team won first place,
The purpose of the National Forensic League is to honor
those who have demonstrated ability and perseverance.
The emblem of this organization is the key, symbolizing
the unlocking and feeling of the powers of expression and
Members of this honorary are Linda Williamson, Dan
Mikos, Tomm Mclnish, Kerry Buckley, and David Strain.
Membership in this national honor society for speech
should be the objective of the ambitious and forward looking
high school student.
DAVID STRAIN is the third member of team who
debated at the University.
FIRST ROW C Albright J Jones Mrs Bland D Monroe P Braddock A Hickman, M, Alexiou, D. Hahn, J. R. Thacker,
SECOND ROW P Clutts A leePard R Brown D Mikos M Johnson D Sanderson, C. Cruze, B. Walker, L. Bratcher, S.
THIRD ROW F hdgc A MacCrey D Davidson A Sweeting E Zabel A. Johnson, E. Malcom,
Red Cross rganized
to Carry Out the
for Important Year
The Red Cross is a service organization open to
all members of the student body. The purpose of
thelclub is to aid others. The club trains its mem-
bers to be good leaders and to give good fellowship
to all. Each homeroom is represented by one elect-
Visiting hospitals is another worthy aspect of the
Berry Red Cross. The compassion one gains in
seeing people in need is invaluable, This makes a
representative more aware of the great need in the
field of Red Cross. We hope in the next year we
will be able to accomplish our goals, and add our
small part in bettering humanity.
At Christmas, boxes are sent with gifts donated
by the students to the Veteran's Hospital. Through
the efforts of the Red Cross, the members hope to
help unfortunate families in our community and to
promote national understanding. Next year it is
hoped that many projects will be planned and
The Math Club is an organization which is com-
posed of senior high students and ninth graders by
special permission who are especially interested in
mathematics. Our purpose is to have fun with
puzzles, unusual problems, and other recreational
aspects of math and to learn about careers involving
mathematics. We hope to invite speakers who will
advise us of the variety of careers in math.
At the present time, our club is trying to affili-
ate itself with the National Math Society, Mu
Alpha Theta, We feel this would be very important
to the present members and to the future success of
OFFICERS - CAROL GOLDEN, presidentg David Gambill, vice presi-
dent, Paulete Mitchell, secretary, Susan Thorpe, treasurer,
FIRST ROW: Beth Gregory, Carol Golden, Nancy Barncastle, Suzy Tourney, Lindsey Gordon, Alice Thomas, Sherann Bush, Lee
Weed, Mary Pate, Kitty Brown, Patti Faulkner, Toni McReynolds, Floy Hunt. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Chastain, Eleanor Dailey,
Susan Thorpe, Paulette Mitchell, Robert Gore, Palmer Bell, Elliot Hughes, Buster Mauldin, Bill Stegall, Hal Helms, David Gamble
Eddie Stakes, Charles Kelly, Lee Ayers, Mr. Balch.
ELAYNE ZABEL, A. Morgan, M. Barnacastle, M. Gravlee, S, Thigpen, and L, Collins are off to study
El Circulo Esparole Travels South of the Border
The Spanish Club travels to Spain and South America through language, art, music, and literature at each meeting. They
fight bulls with toreadors, Cal tortillas, and learn Spanish dances at fiestas, complete with the traditional colorful pinatas,
The objective of this club is to promote interest and understanding in the Latin American nations and their cultures, One
aim of the club is to make traveling opportunities known to the student and to aid him in every way possible should he be able to
pursue these opportunities.
FLAGS OF Spanish -speaking countries interest students,
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FIRST ROW: J. Houchin, D. Bates, R. Clutts, A. Bube, B. Childers, M. Pate, T. Cooper, D. de Lorimier, J. Bishop. SECOND ROW
C. Clemrnons, P. Braddock, D. Glenn, L. Spencer, B. Duke, B. Gregory, O. Jett, L. Williamson, R. Dunaway, A. Hickman C
Ozier. THIRD ROW: J. Jones, J. Jones, L. Heinrich, C. Stokes, L. Bratcher, M. Muir, K. Buckley, J. Bailiff, B. Ray, Mrs. Doty
TAMSIE COOPER and Jed Deason take active part in club
The dramatic club was organized in the spring
of 1964 under the sponsorship of Mrs. Doty. A
constitution was drawn and approved. The club is
to be called the Kurtin Kallers.
The dramatic club helps develop better speech
habits, and trains those who have performing
ability. Methods of expression are improved.
The officers for 1964-1965 are: president,
Tamsie Cooper, vice -president, Jed Deasong secre
tary, Connie Clemmonsg treasurer, Linda William
song historian, Ben Ray.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
CHRISTIAN ATHLETES just before a game,
FELLOWSHIP OF Christian Athletes immediately following a
Fellowship of Christian
Christian Athletes is one of the most inspirational
organizations in sports today. Many famous athletes
Y are members both in high school and in college,
Berry is indeed fortunate to have a chapter on its
campus. Headed by president Bob Kolen, the
club meets once each week in the gym for prayer
and devotion. It is not required that a boy be on
the team to attend. Anyone sincerely interested in
athletics and its Christian responsibilities is welcome
BUTCH KEETGN MIKE O'GRADY FRITZ HUDSON
Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
Lettermen's Club is an honorary society for outstanding male athletes. With the avid support of the Booster
Club and Coach Larry Wilson, sponsor, the boys were awarded their letter at a special assembly. Throughout
the years the members have helped to promote school spirit and interest. The club sold T shirts for each sport
to raise money for club activities. It is through hard work that an athlete may become a member, It is the
desire of every boy to become a member of this organization.
THESE LETTERMEN pose for a while to please the photographer.
E. ADAIR and E. Stakes recheck their experiment to insure accuracy.
cience Interests Widened in Club Worli
K. DEXTER, M. Horton, and M. Hooten show chemistry in everyday life. SUSAN! What became of Patti Wells and Freddie Stakes?
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entist of America and Alabama Junior Academy of Sciences and each
have special duties and activities. The first is an interest club and
shows films and goes on field trips, The Junior Academy futher stim-
ulates an interest by encouraging members to participate in science
demonstrations, This year they sent eight students to state'convention
of Junior Academy, Both clubs jointly sponsor the Science Fair,
T, JACKSON, E. Hughes, l. Forrester operate a Van de Graff generator,
KEITH TICE busily builds a chemical volcano.
Are KATHERINE ISISSETT AND Velimir Luketie making
coffee? If they are, I don't want any. What a stench!
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Safety Patrol Helps Centro
THIS PATROL sees themselves as others see them, a fine group of boys,
OUR PATROL is an efficient organization and performs its duty well.
he Traffic Problem
OUR PATROL department and law officers work together for the safety of our school guide patrol through successful year,
LIEUTENANT HENLEY and Captain Pruitt
BOYS, HERE is the plan.
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. Hester, J. Shepard, G, Byrd, M, Mcloeniore, C. Cooper, S. Corrctti, R, Daniels, JAN JOHNSON PICPHICS H 0110106 C8146
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C, Davis K. Dexter P. Faulkner M. Gibbs
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ational Junior Honor
Society Members Worli
to Win Recognition
R. Brown A. Bube S. Cook B. Cox
B. Gregory M. Hanks J. Hardigree K. Hartley
W. Hultgren R. Jobe I. Jones J. Knapp
M. Sellers S, Thorpe C. Waites G. Watt
THE HONOR Society gives recognition to outstanding stu-
dents on the basis of scholarship, service, and character.
The organization promotes interest in the levels of higher
education. Members must maintain a 2, 5 average, The
society meets once a month and plans its activities, Among
these is the annual tapping and distribution of "A" and "B"
honor roll tags at the conclusion of each grading period,
ational Honor Society
C. Game, V, Luketic, G. Glass, C. Kersh, J. Couch, B. Duke, L. Williamson, K, Bisset, M, Pate, M. Seller, P. Mitchell, A, Newton
M. Sellers, E. Stakes, K. Brown, K. Ostergren, J. Ferguson, M, Gibbs, R, Jobe, P. Braddock, B. Walton, D, Glenn, G. Keen, C,
Schooley, P, Smripling, S. Morin, W. Hultgren, F. Hunt, S, Emerick, R. Brown, H. Helms, I. Long, B. Gregory, N. Tilden, S. Hays,
L. Spencer, P. Wells, B, James.
In an impressive ceremony, the charter members of Berry 's first National Honor Society were tapped, The members
of the faculty placed the ribbons of honor around the necks of those chosen. Their parents were secretly invited to the
Admission into the National Honor Society is based on the qualities of character, service, leadership, and scholar-
ship. To be selected as a member one must maintain a certain grade average, display integrity at all times, and be a
willing worker for his school.
MRS. ARNOLD lights the torch of scholarship.
Future Teachers of America
Bagley R. Bristow K. Brown M. Burke S Campbell C Clark C Clemmons C Golden
Goodwin J. Gore N. Hamilton P. Handy L Heinrich H Helms K Henry A Hickman
Hunt J, jendrusiak 0. Jett J. Jones J Liddle K Lorch D Mikos P Mitchell
Future Teachers Continue
to Provide Career Training
Future Teachers of America was established for
the purpose of helping those students interested in
teaching. They become familiar with the processes
involved in the field of education. Each member
of the club is assigned to a teacher in the school and
throughout the year helps them to grade papers,
keep records, and other duties which enable them
to gain practical experience. By these and other
methods, these aspiring educators learn to instill
principles involved in teaching and also other per-
tinent details concerning educational opportunities.
Each teacher to whom a future teacher is assign-
ed is very glad to help that student in any way pos-
sible. Teachers are relieved of many activities
giving them more time to devote actual classroom
The officers of the club are President, Marian
Noojin, Vice President, Olivia Jett, Secretary,
Karen Loerch, Treasurer, Donna Warmick, Histori-
an, Karen Ostergren, Parliamentarian, Nick O'Grady.
IANNE GLENN does filing for her teaching assignment.
KAY HENRY and Donna Warnick teach as a team,
BARBARA GOODWIN listens to student
M. Noojin N. O'Grady K. Ostregren C. Ozier M. Pate
B. Robbins D. Ruzicka L. Sereno L. Spencer C. Sullivan
N. Tildcn E. Viness D, Warnick P. Wells J. Yates
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The Cutlass keeps the student body up to date
on activities and current events. Sports events
are covered as are all club and organization
happenings. Many aspiring journalists gain ex-
perience in the field of coverage, reporting,
writing, and editing through their own efforts,
Techniques in printing processes and financing
through advertising is another part of their learn-
ing. Many of the staff members contribute
editorials of current interest.
BUSINESS MANAGERS: Brand Walton, FEATURE EDITOR: Eleanor Viness, News Editor: Carol King and Dee Piper find page layout and
headlines, as well as writing and editing, a part of their duties. Feature stories are often written in advance of the issues.
Colle e Day
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REPRESENTATIVES FROM twenty-five southern colleges and universities visit Berry on College Day to counsel with
parents and seniors, In the afternoon a tea was given in their honor.
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This is the first year Berry has had an annual.
It is a memorandum of activities during the school
term, The staff has endeavored to present the stu-
dents a truly memorable picture record of the
The ambitious students worked hard to establish
many precedents in sales,
The result of a year of hard and conscientious
work was the publication of Berry 's first annual.
This student publication represents the efforts and
the aspirations of the editors, the staff, the student
body, and the faculty. When the book finally
arrives, their job is done.
LINDA WHITE, Julie Long, Jennie Jenkins, Laura Spencer, staff editors, found that deadline schedules are hard to meet.
RACHEL BROWN KAREN OSTERGREN LINDA THOMPSON
Editor Feature Editor Business staff
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Class Editor staff Faculty Editor Class Editor Class Editor
STAFF ASSISTANTS: D. de Lorimier, J. Long, T. Wideman, J, Jenkins, P. Stripling, L. Spenser, K, Ostergren, C. Moorehead, D
Ruzicka, C. King,
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A Young Cellist, Amanda Douglas,
and Her Teacher, Mrs. Linda Mahan
A GROUP of musicians on the way up: Marjie Mitchell, Mary Katherine Pennington, Lyndal Myrick, Alison Yessick, Jeff Ivins, Ronda
Rush, Peter Lanier, Amanda Douglas.
Junior Hi h School Choir
FIRST ROW: D, McElwee, G, Herron, J. Woods, C, L. Stowe, D. Acton, K. Cain, J. Barnes, B. Robins, F. Robinson. SECOND ROW:
T, Hodges, M, Baker, B, Wheat, S, Gester, J.,Holsomback, E. Caver, M. Owen, S. Fullington, L. Wt-ight, R. Dudley, M. Moars, S.
Mobley, THIRD ROW: L. Carnathan, P. Evans, A. Tobin, D. McGavock, L. Elliott, P, Carter, J. Lane, D. McCoy, D. Dairdson, J.
Armstrong, J. Beasley, J. McKnight, L. Mint, P, Palmer, K. Kelly, S. Winstead. FOURTH ROW: B. Watts, E. Adams, J. Frey, S.
Hartley, D. McKinzie, D. Youngstead, D. Pieketts, C. Schrader, D. Girgo, K. Wash, R. Reich, D. Gammill, L. Rainey, D. Shellnut
E. Douglas. FIFTH ROW: S. Brooks, M. Porter, S. Gamble, S. Walker, B. Brown, S. Shepherd, M. Woodruff, B. Shepherd, P. Sulli-
van, J, Berryhill, N, Smith, S, Segrest, J, Moat, E. Cormack, J, Owens, B. Sims, M, Tomb, N. Moore, I. Dye, G, Ellison. SIXTH
ROWg M. Nafoosi, A, Fowler, B. Reynolds, A. Coston, D. Helms, R. McDonald, D. Emrick, J. King, R. Stewart, K. Eddings, S,
Vitalis, J, Hoffman, S, Emrick, B. Chapman, D. Warren, D. Nichols, K. Spader, Y. Logan, D. Proctor, C. Barr, B. Sain. SEVENTH
ROW: C. Pierson, K. Echols, C. Carson, N. Mitchell, L. Ogletree, E. Lawson, D. Emory, S, Riley, S. Dairs, M. Caldwell, K,
Moleski, B. Brady, N. Hamilton, N, Jones, B. Ogburn, D. Gaidner, F. Best, S, Hibbler, B. Free, C. Watters, V, Ault, P. Clutts, I
Berry High Ensemble
SANDRA FULLER, Emily McAnnaly, Ann Biggerstaff, Lynda Sereno, Sherry
Campbell, Jane Liddle, Dana Monroe, Donna McLaughlan, Christine Moorehead,
Judy Barthalomew, Jan Johnson, Glenn Raines, Joe Braden, Allen Gillespie, Lou
Howardf Robert Doyle, Jim Eailiff, Tom Branel, Jessie Weldon, Bruce McReynolds,
In their newly purchased black and gold
outfits, the music department gave an in-
spiring performance at the Christmas
During the year these choral groups en-
tertain at Thanksgiving, Easter, other
assemblies, and civic organizations. They
participated in the district and state vocal
contests, where they won superior ratings.
Mr. John Bush, director, encourages
students to develop their talents and to
excel in scholarship, dependability, serv-
ice, and musicianship. Auditions are
each spring for prospective members..
MR. JOHN BUSH, Director
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Completing another active year the Buccaneer
Band, under the direction of Mr, Ted Galloway,
appeared in halftime shows throughout the football
season, participated in district musical festivals,
and State Contests held at Tuscaloosa and several
sections placed in the first division. 'The hand
plays at pep rallies and assists in many assembly
candy sale each year in order to buy equipment
they need, Berry can certainly be proud of the
MR. GALLOWAY, Director
THE OPENING game of the season was a difficult one weatherwise, but the musicwas beautiful.
programs for the student body, The band puts on a
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BRENDA JERKINS JANE GORE
Beginning practice preparation in
the summer, the rnajorcttes began
preparation for the busy year ahead,
They appeared in halftime shows of
football games and homecoming ae-
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Concert Band ins Superior Ratin
A LARGE number of young musicians make up the ranks of the Concert Band. During the year, as well as the summer, they
practice diligently, so that musical accompaniments can be provided for various school functions. They hold band concerts
during the year, The band achieved superior ratings at state and district contests. The Berry Band has brought great honor to our
school during the year. The band performed its duties on the football field, in competition, and in civ-ic affairs with excellent
V CLARINET ENSEMBLE won superior rating at the State Music Festival.
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PERCUSSION SECTION is the envy of all county bands.
DR. NICOLAS Nyaradi, Director of Internation-
al Service, Bradley University
Our guest list grew even greater as we received distinguished visitors
at our assemblies, Dr. Jessie Stuart told interesting phases of his life
and his writings. Dr. Nicholas Nyaradi, lecturer and author, spoke on,
"Greatest Threat in the World Today, " Communism. Mr, W. C. Sawyer
from the Freedom Foundation talked on Americanism. Students partici-
pated in many programs, band, choral, clubs, and student council. .
MR. W. C. SAWYER, Freedom Foundation
STUDENTS TAPPING at honor society assembly program.
DR. JESSIE STUART, author, lecturer, and world traveler, explains to Vickie Roberts and Brand
Walton what became of the characters in his story, The Thread That Runs So True. Dr. Stuart is the
author of numerous books, short stories, and a recent volume of poems entitled, Hold April.
Dr. Stuart visited our school for an entire day. He spoke for a great length of time to the student
body who applauded and brought him back to the stage several times. He interested and delighted them
as no other speaker at any assembly ever had. It was quite an honor to have this distinguished author
and educator at Berry. We hope he will return to visit our school again.
MRS. ELLIOTT and Mrs. Autrey serve coffee to Mrs. Wingo and Miss Blay-
lock at a reception given for members of the faculty and evaluating committee.
On October 12-15, our school was visited by
many prominent educators representing many col-
leges and secondary schools over the state. They
were here to evaluate our school. Teachers and
students worked for two years to perfect the curricu-
lum, the buildings, and the grounds. We had been
expecting them a long time and were glad to
present them to our community, our faculty and
fine student body.
After a week of visitation, the committee's
report was made at a night meeting to the patrons
of the school and the faculty, There were many
favorable comments, and many recommendations
that will be carried out as time goes on.
The evaluating committee was very much im-
pressed with the rapid progress Berry had made in
so short a time. It was a splendid committee very
interested in the present and future of Berry.
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FIRST ROW: B. Jenkins, M. Norton, Dr. Johnson, O. Emerson
SECOND ROW: S. Doss, W. Kimbrough, W. Berryman
FIRST ROW: Mrs. C. Jones, Mrs. J. Brown, Mrs. P.iFoster
SECOND ROW: Mrs. E. Mullins, Dr. G. Weeks, Mrs. M. Osterling, Miss E. Egan
BERRY STADIUM, in an impressive ceremony, was dedicated the night of the Homecoming Game on October 9, 1964,
MR. YIELDING, Coach Larry Wilson, Bob Kolen, Alice Thomas, and Suzanne Corretti review approvingly the plans and location
the new Berry Stadium,
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Few Berry students will forget the first homecoming. The students worked all day to get the floats completed. There was no
limit to the hard w0rk and effort SXCIICCL As the time drew nearer, the bustle of preparation could not be escaped and the excite-
ment of it all seemed to enguir all those who in someway were involved,
The night of the game the Buccaneers met Alexandria in a great game in their new stadium to take them 26-14.
Later that evening the finishing touch was added as the annual Homecoming Dance got underway,
THE CHORAL group's prize-winning float in the making, When it was finished it was a masterpiece.
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FIRST ROW: Blair Tomb, Croley Wood, Glen Badham, Bobby Roden, Mike Gorden, Ric Seelbinder, Brice James Son
Chapman, Nick O'Grady, Newman Strawbridge, John Ivins. SECOND ROW: Don Bagwell, Sonny Ferguson, John Abe:
crombie, Walter Hultgreen, Jay Meyer, Allan Ceravola, Ronnie Kimbrough, Bo Rives, Robert DuPriest, Keith Tice
David Thomas, Richard Moore, MANAGERS, Joe Priddle, Steve Higgenbottom. THIRD ROW: Coach Wilson, Coach
COACH WILSON, head of the athletic department.
Two years ago when Berry began playing varsity
football, Coach Wilson faced larger teams with
greater reputations. From the beginning the
philosophy of Coach Wilson has been that no player
is indispensable. "He is a man who knows football,
is the consensus of the team,
The season started off this year rough and wet.
The first game was played in a downfall of rain.
Long hours of practice often found the team
still on the field, but as the season progressed,
practices became less tedious and the jokes were
cracked more often than the whip.
The season ended in a great victory for Berry
with a 14-7 win over Shades Valley. It was a fine
football season for Berry. The team has shown
themselves to be capable and skilled. Berry is proud
of Coach Wilson and the team.
np, David Clernmons, Butch Keeton, Mark Watkins, Bruce Butler, Andy Chitwood, Bucky Howard, Mike Kolen,
Anderson, Bob Kolen, Jack Lowther, Coach Finley, Coach Johnson. FOHRTH ROW: Fritz Hudson, Greg Cooper,
:Cotton, Mike O'Grady, Edward Linley, Mike Baggett, Al Schaeffer, Jerry Carter, Jim Hardin, Reid Doster, Mike
ett, Craig Barnard, David Larkin,
COACHING STAFF Johnson, Wilson, Bishop, Finley
The opening game of the season was played on a
rain -soaked field, as fans hovered under umbrellas and
Early in the second quarter, Berry backed up on their
15 yard, punted, and Fairfield returned the punt 48
yards for a touchdown. There was no furtherscore un-
til Berry fumbled on their 13 yard line in the third
quarter. Bishop took the fumble in the air and ran for
the second Fairfield touchdown.
Berry fought a hard game and showed much skill and
promise for games to come later.
CAPTAIN MEETS captain before toss up of coin,
BEFORE ACTION starts against Fairfield,
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ln a hard fought battle the Bucs left the field at the half
with a 7-6 lead. The second half was a rugged defensive
battle with John Carrol receiving all the breaks as they
trapped Jay Meyer in his own end zone twice.
The Bucs blocked a punt, but Rosse scooped up the ball
and ran for 28 yards to give Carrol a first down and a game,
Standouts for Berry were Meyer, DuPriest and Kolen,
Berry Be ins a Winning Streak
FERGUSON HEADED for pay dirt.
The Bucs met the Green Waves on Leed 's field.
Berry moved the ball until a pass from Meyer to
Cooper put the first 6 points on the scoreboard.
Baggett's sure toe kicked the Bucs to a 7-O lead.
Leeds came back in the second quarter to score,
but faulty kick left the Bucs with a 7-6 lead. In
the second half, Dupriest intercepted a Leed 's
pass and ran 52 yards for a touchdown. Meyer led
the Bucs down to the second yard line giving Rives
a fullback smash for another Berry touchdown.
Baggett again booted the extra point to 20-6.
Leeds yielded to Bucs once again and Keetonswept
right end for a fourth touchdown. The final touch-
down was made when Meyer handed off to Ferguson
up the middle for the score,
BERRY FIGHTS to win.
BERRY WINS the game!
Berry - 27
Hewitt-Trussville - 0
The Bucs rolled up 20-O halftime lead
over the Huskies. The first two touchdowns
were set up by Dick Moore and scored by
Bo Rives, Second touchdown came on a
20-yard pass from Meyer to Cooper.
Baggett added the PAT's. Meyer went into
the air connecting with Thomas scored a
third touchdown. Keeton scored man
optional play. Coach Wilson played his
whole bench in two quarters.
The Bucs, playing on their newly dedicated field,
scored in every quarter to win their first varsity football
homecoming victory at Alexandria's expense, 26-14.
Leading 14-0 at half time, after a one -yard plunge by
Bo Rives in the first quarter and an interception by Sonny
Ferguson setting up a second Rives plunge in the second
period, the wild home crowd thought the Berry boys had
the game in their pockets.
After the gala halftime spectacular which included
a gorgeous display by Mr. Ted Galloway 's Buccaneer
Band, the third quarter saw quarterback Bill Keeton
pound Alexandria for 51 yards and four straight first downs
in seven plays, the last of which was a 13 yard aerial
to end Greg Cooper for the score. The P, A. T. failed
and Alexandria took a fourth quarter punt behind 20-O.
They soon came to life, however, and in seven plays
were on the scoreboard. Now ahead 20-7, Berry made
for an even wilder fourth quarter by driving nine plays
after the kick-off with David Thomas climaxing the ex-
hibition by skipping in from the eight,
Even though Berry 's extra point failed, Alexandria's
final touchdown made little difference in their efforts of
upsetting the Berry homecoming festivities, Coach
Wilson's gridmen whooped it up as the buzzer sounded,
this flawless exhibition being their third victory after
two close early season losses.
ALEX COTTEN drives for yardage.
BERRY 'S THREE captains
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Berry team burst through the mighty B.
BOYS TAKE out a minute to rest during practice.
DAVID THOMAS FRITZ HUDSQN
NICK O'GRADY JAY MEYER
The Berry Buccaneers turned in one of
their top team efforts of the season in
shutting out McAdory 21-O. The win came
despite the absences of key players due to
illness and injuries.
Nick O'Grady, Bucky Howard, and Mike
O'Grady stood tallest on the stout Buccaneer
defense. Offensively, Robert Dupriest and
Sonny Chapman opened large holes in the
line through which backs Bo Rives and
Sonny Chapman roared.
Bill Keeton hit Nick O'Grady on a per-
fect pass pattern and Nick rambled in for
the score. Mike Baggett booted the first
of three points for the night. In the third
period Rives plunged in from the one to
end a Buccaneer march. In the final per-
iod, Sonny Ferguson made the touchdown,
BOB KOLEN, captain for the year.
Quarterback Butch Keeton led the Bucs to a stunning 6-0 victory
over Minor for the team"s 5th straight win.
The only score of the game came after an 83 yard drive with
Keeton applying the coup-de-grace. Alex Cotton, Bo Rives, and
John Abercrombie provided key yardage in the drive.
Minor was held scoreless for the second time this season by the
hard-hitting Berry defense. Bob Kolen, Bucky Howard, and Mike
Kolen led the linemen as Fic Seelbinder intercepted two passes. The
Tigers did not complete a pass in 15 attempts.
This was perhaps the greatest victory in the history of our school,
We are all proud of the Buccaneers.
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Three yards away from their sixth straight victory, the Berry
Buccaneers fumbled late in the final period and had to settle for a
scoreless .tie in a tense defensive battle with the Jones Valley Brownies
The stout Buccaneer defense arose to the occasion and twice halt-
ed Brownie drives on their own 17 yard-line, Coach Wilson thought
that Robert Dupriest, Bob Kolen, David Thomas, Mike Kolen, Bucky
Howard, Sonny Chapman, Nick O'Grady, and Fritz Hudson played
In the waning moments of the game Jay Meyer connected with
David Thomas for 18 yards and added a fifteen-yard run as the Bucs
drove for paydirt. It wasn't to be, however, as Thomas fumbled on
the three and the game soon ended.
The Buccaneers showed great courage and determination as they
did everything but score against a larger and more powerful team, t
CHEERLEADERS SPIKE games throughout the season.
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BUCKY HOWARD BILL KEETON CROLEY WOOD
N1-ZWMAN STRAWBRIDGE GREG COOPER ALEX COTTON
MANAGERS J. LEHMAN, J. FRIDDLE, S. HIGGINBOTHAM have served the team well.
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ALLEN CEREVOLA JOHN ABERCROMBIE BRICE JAMES
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FIRST ROW: Robert Hartley, Sonny Chapman, Howard Kerr, Mike Kolen,
Mike Baggett, Tommy Atkins. SECOND ROW: Bill Bradshaw, Carter
Elliot, Joe Lehman, Gary Dilmore, Max Renfroe.
' Wrestling Team
Pins Good Record
Berry 's wrestling team completed its second
successful season this year, under the direction of
The team members sweated and strained through
a three month period of learning holds and running
to keep in condition.
All members look forward to county and state
tournaments held in April and March.
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HARTLEY ABOUT to make his move for a take down.
LEHMAN IN a good ride that Sanders could not overcome.
Lehmann wins his second match of the year against
BILL BRADSHAW about to make his move against
Fairfield for his second win of the season.
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SANDERS UF Fairfield almost pinned by Lehmann.
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VARSITY BASKETBALL team: N. O'Grady, R. Bristow, H. Williams, B, McGuire, B, Stroer, B, Howard, E. Hughes, E. Wheeler, S
Conner, R. Cathy, I. Deason, M, Burke.
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individuals, the standards of the Big Eight of this team tops
them all, The team consists of ten seniors and two juniors.
The starting five players of this number play their best.
The other boys on the bench keep the first five in shape to
win. Through the efforts of Coach Finley, the team plays
The outlook for next year is bright with two returning
juniors and an outstanding "B" team, The Bucs this year
have had a fine season, The team has fought hard to win
and much good sportsmanship has been displayed.
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FIRST ROW: B. Perkins, B. Holtzclaw, R. Frank, D. Carlisle, S. Watkins, K. Hudson
SECOND ROW: E. Creel, J. Nolan, M. Jennings, J. Ivins, K. Griffith, H. Wiley
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FRONT ROW, left to right: Eddie Stakes, Bob Jones, Bobby Holtzclaw, Greg Cooper, Jay Meyer, Rod Bristow, Clint Gassiert.
BACK ROW, left to right: Jim Ford, Harold Williams, David Thomas, Bucky Howard, Bubba McGuire, Mike Burke, Carl Posey,
Robert Dupriest, Coach Bishop.
Baseball Promises Continued Success
The Berry High School Baseball Team, under the direction of Coach
Bishop, had come a long way in proving that it is one of the best teams in
the county. For three years the team has gained recognition and acclaim
for its fine play in achieving such a good record. Certainly the members
of the team deserve mentioning.
As it is for most teams, the hub of the Buccaneers squad is the pitching
staff, headed by Bobby Holtzclaw, Clint Gaissert and all-county star Jay
Meyer. Holtzclaw and Gaissert have proved very effective hurlers, but
Meyer has been depended on to win the big ones. His remarkable pitching
has won the acclaim of opponent players and coaches as well as his own
On the receiving end of the pitchers is catcher Mike Burke and utility-
man Eddie Stakes, who handle the pitcher skillfully and help keep alive
the team spirit during games.
To back up the pitchers are the seasoned veterans of the infield and
outfield, The infield, with Carl Posey at first base, David Thomas at
second base, Rod Bristow at third base, and Bubba McGuire as shortstop,
has proven itself to be skillful with the bat as well as the glove. The
outfield manned by Robert DuPriest in left, Greg Cooper in center, Bucky
Howard in right, and utility outfielder Harold Williams, has kept the
defense intact with its speed and strong arms, and has proved considerably
powerful at bat.
The managers of the Buccaneer squad are also important. They help
with many chores during practice and keep accurate accounts of the games.
Coach Bishop has done a wonderful job with this group of boys. Placing
emphasis on enthusiasm and desire, he has given the team a competitive
spirit which can match that of any other team in the league,
THESE BALL players help the team win many games
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BATTERS FOR Berry. Left to right: Harold Williams, Bucky Howard,
Bob Jones, Greg Cooper, Robert DuPriest.
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KNEELING: Rodger Clark, Walter Hultgren, Ricky Scarvy, Don Bagwell, Frank Erwin, Bob Anderson, Johnny Forrester, Bobby Whitfield,
Brice James, Nick O'Grady, Croley Wood. STANDING: Coach Vesperellie, Mike Kolen, Terry Habshey, Butch Keeton, Reid Doster,
Bob Kolen, Ed Linley, Doug Kimbrough, Jerry Carter, Joe Higgenbothern, Glen Arnett, Fritz Hudson.
Teamwork, Timing, Speed in Track
COACH VESPRILLE MILERS Douglas Kimbrough and Bobby Witfield.
Track Team Has Good
Under the leadership of Coach Vesperillie, 5
Berry had its first varsity track team. The track
season opened in late March with some fifty boys
trying out for the team. The practices were held
at Howard College and later moved to where the
football field is now located.
The track team had an excellent record for its
first year, running against such schools as: Minor,
Shades Valley, Jones Valley, Fairfield, Banks,
Ensley, Indian Springs, and Hewitt-Trussville,
Berry competed in such events as sprints, 440 yards,
880 yards, mile run, hurdles, shot put, discus, and
This year under the leadership of Coach Finley,
another splendid track season is expected.
UP AND over goes Don Bagwell.
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ROBERT ANDERSON ED LINDLEY BUTCH KEETON
JERRY CARTER WALTER IIULTCIRISN GLENN ARNETT
Shot-put Discus Shot-put
BERRY BOYS compete in meet with Indian Springs and Hewitt-Trussville.
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At Last the Long Awaited Year Arrived!
THE SENIOR OFFICERS:
President, Kerry Buckley, Vice President, Newman
Strawbridgeg Treasurer, Gene Glass, Secretary, Judy
We Received Senior Rings, Elected Senior Favorites,
C lenrmons, C
de Lorrnier, Dianne
Cheered at Football Games, in Our New Stadium,
ALL OUR love, respect and honor, Berry High we give to
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Created Buccaneer Week, Daneed at the
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ISIQRRY BUGS climb to the height of suceess
Applauded the Winners of Awards Da ,
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Carefully Planned Term Papers, an
'aced Exams With Determination.
TEDIOUS STUDYING results in . . .
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Graduatlon Our Carefree H1
Mooney , Skipper
Moore , Doug
O 'Grady, Nick
hool Days Come to a Close
Though Uur Lives Will Follow Different Path
Sheppard , Jane
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Kerry Buckley and Patti Wells
Betsy Robbins and Bob Kolen
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Virginia Lee and Keith Tice
Eddie Wheeler and Paulette Mitchell
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THE JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS:
Sonny Ferguson, Presidentg Gayle Forester, Vice-Presidentg
Susan Cook, Secretaryg Jan Moragues, Treasurer.
The Junior Class Uphol
Auston, Mary George
he Ideals of Berry.
H ackney, Mary Jane
They eek Knowledge
MRS. ARNOLD teaches these students as they listen
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A Sophomore-:'s World
B. RODEN, D. McCavley, C, Wood
and J. Kimbrell relax during the
senior high dance,
Is Filled ith . . .
Davis, Lera Jean
RICKEY WARD poses for the photographer
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Moody, Carol Ann
Peek, Billie Jo
WHAT DID you make on the test?
Steed , Doss
Exams and Growmg Up
Wood , Charlotte
Wood , Dickie
Woodward , Marylynn
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Grade Gains New
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Foster, Judy or ,
Foster, Teresa ,
Higginbotham, Steve JOHCS, Kathy
Hinrichs, Martine Ric hard
Meshejian, Mary Ellen
Michie, Jo Karen
O 'Grady, Patricia
Smith Martha Ann
Porter, Mary Ellen
FIGHTH GRADERS display school spirit at a pep rally
Bryant, Cylia Ann
The Most Difficult, . . .
Compton, Mona Lisa
Coston, Anne .Marie
Dion, Mary Ann
A STUDENT seeks refuge from the storm in a dry cranny
Heinrich, Lise Jo
Hyche, Mary Kay
Kerley , Mark
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Robbins , Randy
Rew, Charleen Smith
Rew, Eddie Smith
Reynolds, Betty ,
Rivers, Mike Smlth'
Sosebee , Rusty
STUDENTS LEARN the geography of other lands
Is Learnin .
Thacker, J. R.
Vance , Nicki
Vick, Mary Jane
Stroud , Pam
Weidenbach , Sherry
White , Kathy
BEVERLY MILLER, Kathy Griffith, and Sherry Weidenback Willard, Donald
explain area problems in math.
Burke , Homer
Carter, Patricia L.
Must Ad ust
Comer, Randy J
de Lorimier, Carol
Han ks M arle ne
Humphries, Billy Joe
New Way of Living
McJenkins, Hank MYfiCh. Lyrldall
McKenzie, Daria Nafvosi, Mary
Shultz, Mary Jane
Stowe, Cary Lee
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DISCIPLINE IS necessary in assemblies.
Williams, Mary Amelia
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Hall of Fame
"I agree with you that there is a natural aristocracy among men
The grounds of this are virtue and talents. "
- Thomas Jefferson
October 28, 1813
Outstanding Choral Member Award
Blanche Bellsnyder Award
Outstanding Band Member Award
Outstanding Senior Boy Award
National Scholastic Art Award
junior High Citizenship Award
Outstanding Junior High Boy Award
Junior High Scholarship Award
Outstanding Junior High Girl Award
Etta Lou Youens Scholarship Award
Melanie McCormick School Spirit Award
National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist
Student Activity Award
Grand Prize in Science
Student Activity Award
National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist.
National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist
Cutstanding Senior Girl Award
Daughters of the American Revolution
Good Citizenship Award
Most Outstanding Athlete
National Merit Scholarship Sernifinalist
National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist
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Without the interest. support, and contribu-
tions of the following homerooms the "Caravel"
would not have been possible. The staff and stu-
dent body thank you and wish you the very best
in the future.
C mpl'm nts We're Glad to B
of in the Valley
AMERICAN PITTSBURGH PAINTS
1911 29th Avenue S th
GULF STATION SHAW
1487 Montgomery Highway
THE SQUlRE'S SHOP
DIXIE SUPER STORE
qAs.R Fooo sroney
YOUNG MEN'S STORE
Homewood 930 Oxmoor Road
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215 G Sp ' g Hgh y
ENGINEERING We se11U s D A Ch
Beef O ly
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H me Oper t d
52 - 17 Street West
CHARLES RAINES CARL RAINES
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Sales'- Insurance - Developers
Developers of Bluff Park's
Finest Residential Community,
Bluff Park Meadow
Call Us To Buy Or Sell
IT'S NICE TO BE IN
1829 29th Ave. So.
First Alabama Securities, Inc
First National Building
C ompliments of
SAFETY ED MOORE
ENGINEERING 8. SUPPLY CO. HERFILJQNES
"Everything for Safety"
Birmingham Mobile Phone TR 1-6937
Phone Phone Residence ST 5-1880
322-5652 473-2548 Z 1
FLORIST 8. GIFT SHOP
Flowers and Gifts for All Occasions
P. O. Box 1648 P. O. Box lll
JOHN F. MORGAN Birmingham 2811 South 18th Street
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GARVIN J. DANIEL
Repairs, Rebuilding and Maintenance of
Sales and Service Representative
Austin Organs, Inc., Hartford, Connecticut 901 Shades Crest Road
Birmingham, Alabama 35226
Don' t Crue s S , Ship
Phone 323- 5821
Congratulations, Class of 1965
1007 20th Street South
ROY A. BROWN
WALLACE HENRY WELLS
Electrical Wiring and
RASBERRY ELECTRIC COMPANY
Over 15 Years of Experience
7708 Georgia Road 2733 Johnson Road
Alabama Huntsville, Ala.
Office 592-4584 Office 881-2822
P. T. RASBERRY Residence Phone
Free Inspection and Estimates
Bonded - Insured
24-Hour Answering Service
2206 2nd Avenue North DAVID M. WILLIAMS
Birmingham. Alabama Security Consultant
DOOR CLOSERS SAFES
2800 Lomb Avenue
Q2 GOOD F00 I
CHARLES R. REW, President
ALABAMA HOME BUILDERS
Division of Alabama Appliance Company
l20l 3rd Avenue North
Phone FA 2-3424 Res. 822-4669
WELLS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
2430 Second Avenue, South
JOHN IKIRKJ KIRKPATRICK Birmingham, Alabama
President and General Manager
. Solid Vinyl Tile
. Vinyl Asbestos Tile
. Cork Tile
. Rubber Tile
. Asphalt Tile
Available From All Leading Floor
Phone ST 5-1284 WOLBACH BROTHERS, INC.
-- Wholesale Distributors -1-
MRS. STRATTON'S SALADS,
Made Fresh Daily
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For Dining Delight
Eat Out Tonight
Congratulations to Berry
High School and All the
Faculty for a Job
KING'S INN Wen Done
RESTAURANT H C DUKE
Banquet Facilities 8
Specialist Mountain HENSLEY'S SEPTIC TANK SERVICE
Sales and Service
MRS. MAX GRELLIER Sm 1820
Home: 871-6134 - Office 252-9031
JOHNSON - RAST REAL ESTATE
Concrete Septic Tanks
Septic Tanks and Grease Traps
Cleaned and Repaired
ll3l Alford Avenue 822-0936
FIRST WITH THE FEATURES WOMEN WANT MOST
Refrigerators - Ranges - Washers - Dryers - Freezers
Dishwashers - Air Conditioners - Built-in's
WARREN APPLIANCE AND SUPPLY
1506 2nd Avenue North
MYLAN STEPHEN TUCKER JR.
Fashion Headquarters for Berry Co-ed's
in I-Iomewood, Ala.
Sportswear - Dresses - Co-ordinates
as seen in
'Seventeen" - "Glamour" - Hlvlademoiselle'
3 to ll Jr. Petites - 5 to l5 Juniors
2842 South I8 Street 871-8823
"SHOES DYED ANY COLOR."
2856 l8tn Street So. Phone 871-6714
"First in Safety - Safety First"
"Your Safety - Our Business"
2404 - 33 Avenue North - P. O. BOX 681
ED W. LANGSTON
LORCH DIAMOND of
SHOPS PRYOR OPTICAL
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BLUFF PARK STANDARD STATION
577 Shades Crest Road
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JOHN B. HARRINGTON'S
Phone TR 9-6831
GIFT SHOP "For
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2900 18th St. S.
A ss From Vestavia H'll
Sh pp'ng Ce t
A GEORGE W. STRIPLING, C.L.U
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TRAILER 81 BODY
2213 6th Avenue South
HI-FI AND T.V. SERVICE
C ahaba Heights Plaza
L. L. ILESLIEI STEWART
New and Used
Constr tion Equipment
Sale s, Rental, Ser
"We Cover Dixie
Like the Dew"
625 Third Avenue North
GEORGE P. DEXTER, Sal
Shoes dyed any color
2856 18th Street South
CHURCH AND STAGG
W. A. LANGEVIN OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY
3421 6th Avenue South
MATTRESS CO., INC.
Expert Upholste ring
Mattre s se s Renovated
New Mattresses and Foam Rubber Mattresses
Phone 785- 1 193
HILLS BY DAVID
617 Montgomery Highway
Congratulations Class of '65 Phone 879-7454
and Prays for Your
IAcross Highway from Western Superrnarketj
SUE FORD DAVID CROSS
3001 26th St. No.
Birmingham's Most Distinctive
1319 Bessemer Super Highway
871-5730 879-4677 School
Specializing in Come to the
Over the Mountain Property
EMMETT CLOUD REALTY CO.
DR. PHIL D. TIMBERLAKE
BAYLISS MACHINE AND
1001 North 19th Street
Courtesy I BRADY FAUCETT STEEL
of ERECTION CO.
MR. Steel Erection - Boiler Tanks
Heavy Machinery Moving and Set
"ANY TIME - ANY WHERE"
104 - North 50th Street
Phone If No Answer
VESTAVIA MERCHANTS ASSCCIATION
Birmingham Federal Savings 8: Loan Assn
Vestavia Barbara Shop
Western Super Market
Johnson's Vestavia Jewelers
Bell Brothers Shoes
Birmingham Trust National Ba
Vestavia Shoe Hospital
Vestavia Beauty Salon
Jack's Hamburgers Inc.
The Byrd Companies, Inc.
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DOW'S TEXACO SERVICE
Hwy. 31 at Columbiana Rd.
Open 24 Hours
FROM A FRIEND Little Wheels
Cushman - Honda - Vespa
ADAMS MERCURY CUSHMAN
3020 - 4th Ave. So. Birmingham
C. AND S. AUTO
2425 7th Avenue South
"C mplete Machin Sh p S
LYNN COLLINS 1. ' CGD dv MORRIS SEALE
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Modern L fe POLICIES
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S' k A d t
2516 Rocky R dg R d
B' mingham, Alabama
H me Offic B mer, Alab ma
Birmingham fEnsleyl, Alabama
"It Is Our Pleasure to Please You"
Congratulations on your rapidly growing
school. We are proud to have
had a small part by furnishing
all the exterior face brick.
Phone ST 1-2321
Manufacturer of Brick Making Equipment
W. WAYNE COLLINS P. O. Box 382
President Fairfield, Alabama
VESTAVIA GULF SERVICE I
'F' 705 Montgomery Highway
Across From Vestavia
G. L. MCCARTER W. R. IBILLI POOL
Phone AL 2-5252 D. D. BROOKS, Compliments
CLOTHING 81 FURNITURE
COMPANY BOLLING 8. HUEY
Furniture and Appliances
New and Used
2113 2nd Ave. North 112 S. 14th Street 322-3316
Support Your School
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Best Wishes to Berry Graduates swf
Graduation Diplomas Laminated
Large Family Bibles Rebound
Recapped and Preserved
1316 4th Avenue South
LYNN'S FLOWER SHOP
1406 Tuscaloosa Avenue
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FIRST WITH THE FEATURES WOMEN WANT MOST
Refr gerators - Ranges - Washers Drye Free ers
D'shWashers Air Conditio ers - Bu11t-111 s
AMARO-BENNETT FURNITURE COMPANY
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V Road Service - Tires - Batteries
400 Green Springs Road
Edgemont, Birmingham 9, Alabama
FINE Fooos of
R. B. BROYLES
I 2107 7th Avenue, south 251-9224 FURNITURE co'
BRANDINO SALES COMPANY
Distributors for Tappan
Built in Ovens and
"Nothing Cooks Like a Tappan"
C mpliments f
Compliments of the
Over 60 Yea
estavia Shopping Center
Take Out Orders
2822 South 18th Stre t
GIFTS FOR GRANDADDY
W. M. HUMPHRIES
q t Facilities Ava 1 b1
Op 7 Days a Week
2907 S th 20th Street
GE ORGE W SIMS
DIST INCT ION
BERRY HIGH SCHOOL
On the Publication of
Your First Annual.
BLUFF PARK CIVITAN CLUB
Homewood and Ve stavia
A. AND A. ASH, INC
201 North 20 Street
RAND'S CHILDREN'S SHOP
Homewood Mt. Brook
Mail Has a
5009 3rd Avenue South
TILL CDNSTRUCTION COMPANY
2912 Lomb Avenue, West
Birmingham 8 , Alabama
Phone - ST 5-3547
Compliments of COURTESY OF
RAST, GREGORY 81 DEAN INC.
I JUNEMAN ELECTRIC
"HEAVY coNsTRUCT1oN" INC.
1013 - 3rd Avenue South
Compliments of REALTY COMPANY
1020 South 22nd Street
EAGLE MOTCR LINES INC.
Congratulates the First
Graduating Class of Berry High
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AT YOUR DOOR
THE KENT CCRPORATION
LOCAL MANUFACTURER OF
SUPERMATIC Steel Shelving and Checkouts
INSTALLATIONS AT WESTERN MARKETS
IN VESTAVIA AND ROCKY RIDGE
American and Italian Cuisine
Serving Late Parties
Open Until 2 A. M.
2905 South 20th, Homewood
JOHN C. ALEXIOU 879-5452
Ice Machine s
3116 4th Ave. S.
Phone 324- 1697
IN MEMORY OF For a most pleasant move,
1oca1 or long distance, ca11
MYLAN STEPHAN TUCKER, JR.
AMERICAN VAN LINES
"The gentlemen of the moving industry
WOOD LUMBER CO.
"See Wood for Wood"
560 Avenue G Phone 322-1621
Pratt City, Alabama
CHARLES H. BATES Office ST 5-1101
Vice-President Home 822-0216
FIRST WITH THE FEATURES WOMEN WANT MOST
Refrigerators - Ranges - Washers - Dryers - Freezers
Dishwashers - Air Conditioners - Built-in's
LIGHTING 8: LAMP
516 South 32 Street 323-5842
THE BYRD COMPANIES INC.
REAL TORS . INSURORS
It's a byrd. . .
Residential - Houses and Apartments
Commercial Stores, Buildings, Industrial. .
Investments Rental and for Sale
Insurance - Complete Line
"Developers of Vestavia"
808 South 21st Street Office Phone 254-3144
Birmingham, Alabama Field Office Phone 871-5075
. It has been a pleasure
to photograph the many
happenings and events recorded
in this, your first senior
year at Berry.
. The major portion of your
photography was done by . .
YOUR OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS
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214 U2 North 18th St. B'ham, Ala
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VICTORY FREIGHT LINES
214 10th Avenue South
JOHN L. CRIM
PLUMBING AND HEATING CO., INC.
Contract and Repair Work
2320 Fourth Avenue South
HOME 8. HARDWARE
1899 Hover Court
Everything for the Home
Free Delivery 822-5860
Accurate Prescription Service
320 Oxmoor Road, Phone 879-4661
Your Valley and Mountain Drug Store
JACK K. HOLLOWAY, R. Ph.
GAINES M. HUMPHREY, R. Ph.
To Buy or Sell Real Estate
Call Your Neighbor
Specialize in Over the Mountain Property
Home 822-1674 Office 252-9031
M. C. REYNOLDS, R. Ph. JOHNSON RAST REAL ESTATE COMPANY
Congratulations on your graduation.You might find
a job with a future waiting for you at Southern Bell.
Why not give us a call?
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE 8: TELEGRAPH CO.
Abercrombie, John William: Varsity
Football: "B" Club: F.C.A.:
Wrestling Team: Latin Club: Drama
Club: Track Team.
Adair, Charles Edward: French Club:
Science Club: Student Council:
Alexious, Maria Mickey: G.A.C. :
Home Ec. Club: Spanish Club:
Arnold Mary Allan: Library Club:
French Club: Drama Club.
Ashton, Lucy Hawkins:
Atkinson, James Burton: Football:
Wrestling: Treas. of French Club:
Radio Club: Lab. Assistant: News-
Bagley, Frances Anne: Pres. of Library
Club: 3rd V.P. of Jefferson County
Bagwell, June Allyson: Home Ec.
Bailiff, James Alan: Speech Club:
Drama Club: Science Club: Concert
Choir: Debate Team: Lab. Assistant.
Barber, Beverly Ruth:
Barnes, Jr. , Jack Elwood: Varsity
Football: Baseball: Basketball, "B"
Club: F.C.A. : Science Club.
Barnacastle, Marsha Lyn: Spanish
Club: Annual Staff: G.A. C.
Barthalomew, Judy Anne: Latin Club:
German Club: Sr. Music Club:
Concert Choir: S. A. T. V. Ensemble
Jr. Honor Society.
Battle, Lois Dianne: Spanish Club:
Home Ec. Club.
Baxley, Gail Joyce: Pres. of G.A.C. 3
F. T. A. : Newspaper Staff.
Beck, Ben Allen: Sr. Science Club.
Bishop, Judith Anne: Cheerleader:
Drama Club: Newspaper Staff:-
G. A. C.
Bowen, Diana Gail: Drama Club:
Home Ec. Club.
Boyd, David Ross:
Braddock, Elsie Patricia: Newspaper
Editor: Drama Club: Spanish Club:
Red Cross Rep: National Sr. Honor
Bristow, Roderick Frank: Varsity Foot-
ball: Varsity Basketball: Varsity
Brower, David Kury: Band: Science
Club: Photography Club: Radio
Brown, Charles Crisman: Treas. of
Art Club: Pres. of Sophomore
Homeroom: Newspaper Staff.
Brown, Kitty Jo: Drama Club: Latin
Club: Library Club: Math Club,
National Sr. Honor Society,
Brown, Rachel: Sec. of Library Club:
Sec. of Science Club: Math Club:
French Club: Hist. of Student
Council: Asst. Editor of Caravel:
Homecoming Queen: National Sr.
Brush, James Wesley:
Buckley, Kerry Wayne: Pres. Sr.
Class: Pres. of Concert Choir:
V.P. Drama Club: Student Council:
French Club: Forensic Club: Art
Club: Debate Team: National
Forensic League: Most Likely to
Burke, Michael Steward: Art Club:
Basketball Team: Baseball Team.
Burr, Virginia Ann: G.A.C. : Sr.
French Club: Drama Club.
Bush, Joe Anthony:
Bush, Sherann Louise: Science Club:
Math Club: Spanish Club: News-
paper Staff: Marching Band: Con-
cert Band: Stage Band: Red Cross
Butler III, William Ormond: Football:
Sgt. at Arms of Spanish Club,
Byrd, Gail Margueritte: Home Ec.
Club: Student Council Rep. 9
Cain, Deidre Ann: Library Club:
Camp, Joseph Paul: French Club.
Campbell, Sherrill Dianne: National
Jr. Honor Society: Latin Club:
Sr. Science Club: F. T.A. 3 Sr.
Math Club: Concert Choir: Spanish
Club: Newspaper Club: Ensemble,
Carter, Glynda Sue:
Chapman, Jr. , Wilbur Cleon: Latin
Club: "B" Club: Varsity Football:
Most Outstanding Lineman: Wrestling
Team: Track Team,
Childers, Barbara Ann: Drama Club:
Clark, Mildred Catherine: F. T.A. :
Spanish Club: G. A. C. : Newspaper
Clayton, Jeannie Aleene: Miss
Buccaneer: Sr. Homecoming
Attendant: Head Cheerleader: Treas.
of Student Council: Best All
Around: G.A.C. : F. T.A. : Sgt. at
Arms Sr. French Club: Newspaper
Clem, James Calvin: Art Club: Science
Club: F. S. A.
Clemmons, Connie Sue: F. T.A. 3
Sec. of Drama Club.
Cole, Betty Carole: Newspaper Staff:
F. T.A. : Science Club.
Collier, Jr. , Walter Eugene: Varsity
Conner, Mary Jane: Home Ec. Club:
G. A. C.
Conner, Jr. , Paul Stuart: Basketball:
Pres. of.Letterman's Club.
Cooper, Charlotte Ann: Home Ec.
Club: Sec, of Library Club: F.T.A. 5
Red Cross Rep.
Cooper, Greg Simpson: Varsity Foot-
ball: Baseball: "B" Club,
Cooper, Tamsie Ann: Debate Team:
Forensic League: Pres. of Drama
Club: F. T. A. : Business Editor of
Newspaper: Oratorical Contest
Corretti, Elizabeth Suzanne: Head
Majorette: Newspaper Staff: Sec.
of Band: Social Chairman of Band.
Cotten, Alex Laurens: Varsity Football:
Most Valuable Player: "B" Club:
Couch, Jane Maurice: French Club:
Newspaper Staff: Student Council
Rep.: National Senior Honor Society,
Cox, Patty Ann: News Editor of the
Cutlass: G.A.C. : Girl's Chorus: Jr.
Classical League: Ensemble.
Crisso, Roland Dwight: Sr. Science
Club: Treas. of German Club.
Crisson II, Robert Carl:
Dalton, Shair Lee: Newspaper Staff,
Daniels, Charles Fredrick: Band: Chem
istry Club: Band Librarian.
Darr, Richard Endsley: Spanish Club.
Deason, James Edward: V.P. Drama
Club: Forensic Club: "B" Club:
Basketball: Baseball: Debate Team:
Student Council Rep. Homecoming
Deegan, James Arthur: Football: Span-
ish Club: Newspaper Staff: Track
de Lorimier, Diane: Newspaper Staff:
Drama Club: Forensic Club: French
Dickerson, Lois Diane: Latin Club:
Douglas III, Gilbert Franklin: V.P. of
Douglas, John Mosley: Track Team.
Duke, Brenda Joyce: Editor-in Chief
of the Caravel: Drama Club: Sr.
Art Club: Sr. French Club: F.T. A. 5
Newspaper Staff: National Senior
Dunaway, Rebecca Kaye: French Club:
Drama Club: Forensic Club: F. T. A.
Newspaper Staff: Annual Staff.
Dupriest II, Robert Lee: Pres. Student
Council: Latin Club: "B" Club:
F.C.A. 1 Varsity Football: Wrestling
Team: Baseball Team: Outstanding
Lineman: Scholastic Award: All
County: 2nd Team All State: Most
Valuable Player: Savage Award:
Best All Around,
Elder, Marty Martin: Chemistry Club.
Eldredge, Ernest William: Latin Club:
Senior Art Club.
Eldredge, Larry Foster: Sr. Art Club.
Elliott, Dwight Ferguson: Sr. French
Emery, Robert- Lucian: Sr. Student
Council: Chemistry Club: F. S. A. :
Jr. Academy of Science.
Emrick, Steven Eric: Honor Society:
Radio Club: Science Club V. P. :
French Club: Jr. Academy of Sci-
ence: National Senior Honor Society.
Enenbach, Joseph Henry: "B" Team
Football: Track Team.
Eubanks, Douglas Marvin: Science Club.
Ferguson, Joy Alice: G. A. C. :Chap-
lain of French Club: Jr. Homecom-
ing Attendant: Cheerleader: Volley-
ball Team: Red Cross Rep. : News-
paper Staff: Best Dressed:
Fincher, Linda Kathryn: F. T. A. : Home
Ec, Club: French Club.
Forrester, John Espy: Wrestling: Track:
F.C.A. : "B" Club: Science Club:
Fowler, Beth Sharon: Sr. Art Club:
Frame, Randall Knox:
Frasa, Susan Parker: F. T. A. : Spanish
Club: Library Club: Math Club:
Home Ec, Club,
French, Edward Milton: Projection Club
Fuller, Russell Edward:
Fulton. Wilson Lenard: Ex officio of
Game, Rovert Clifford: National Senior
Gates, Rodney Dean:
Gause, Henrie McClintock: Red Cross
Rep. : G.A.C. : Newspaper staff.
Gibson, Melinda Leah: Drama Club:
French Club: Home Ec, Club,
Glass, Eugene Foster: Science Club:
Honor Society: Math Club: National
Merit Scholarship Finalist: National
Senior Honor Society.
Glenn, Diane Lee: Newspaper Staff:
F. T. A. : Drama Club: Honor Society
Annual Staff: National Senior Honor
Goad, Joyce Marilyn: G. A.C. : French
Club: Newspaper Staff: Home Ec,
Goggans, Claudia Michell: Sec, of
Homeroom: Student Council: G. A. C
French Club: Sr, Volleyball Team,
Golden, Carol Ann: Honor Society: F. T. A
Gordon, John Michael: Varsity Football:
Varsity Basketball: "B" Club: Drama
Gordon, Lindsey Carolyn: Honor Soci-
ety: Newspaper Staff: G. A.C. 5 An-
nual Staff: Dental Clinic Queen:
French Club: Math Club: Pres. of
Sr. Homeroom: Sr. Volleyball
Team: Most Attractive,
Gore, Jane: Concert Band: Marching
Band: Majorettes F. T. A. : French
Club: Newspaper Staff: Annual Staff.
Gourley, Virginia Diane: Spanish Club:
Graham, Martha Cherie: Sec. of Soph-
omore Homeroom: G. A.C. 3 Sr.
Volleyball Team: Pres. Sr. Home-
Grant, Charles James: Pres. of Latin
Gravlee, Martha Elizabith: Spanish
Club: Newspaper Staff,
Guimond, Vicki Lynn: F. T. A. 5 News-
paper Staff: Annual Staff.
Hager, Charles Jacob: Sr. Band: Stage
Band: Spanish Club.
Hallman, Marnie Ann: Pres. of Art
Club: French Club.
Hamilton, Nancy Adelia: V.P. Library
Club: Concert Choir: Girl 's Chorus:
F. T.A. 5 French Club: Home Ec,
Hand, William Glover: Jr. Honor So-
ciety: French Club,
Handy, Pamela Rae: Red Cross Rep. :
Drama Club: F. T. A. : Student Coun-
cil Rep. 9 Speech Club: Feature Edi-
tor of Cutlass,
Harrelson III, Robert Fulton: Band.
Head, Ralph Allen: Spanish Club.
Heaven, Donna Kay: F. T. A. : News-
Heinrich, Lane Lizbeth: Debate Team:
Pres. of Forensic Club: French Club:
Drama Club: Jr. Honor Society:
F. T.A. 5 Girl 's Oratorical Contest
Helms, Harold Augustus: Science Club:
F. T.A. 5 Office Assistant: National
Senior Honor Society.
Hibbler, Larry Elliott:
Hickman, Alice Edna: F,T.A. : Drama
Club: Red Cross Rep. : Concert Choir:
Newspaper staff: Girls' Chorus.
Hitchcock, Ray: Newspaper Staff: Radio
Holman, Robert Louis:
Howard, Elliot Foster: Football: Basket-
ball: Baseball: Drama Club: Student
Council Rep. : F.C. A. 5 Red Cross
Rep. 9 "B" Club.
Hudson, Claude Frederick: Football:
F.C.A. : Science Club: "B" Club:
Newspaper Staff: Track Team.
Hudson, Michael Thomas: Football,
Hughes III, Elliott McKay: Math Club:
Varsity Basketball: German Club.
Hunt, Floy Corinne: Pres. Math Club:
F. T.A. : Latin Club: Science Club:
Annual Staff: Newspaper Staff:
Girls' Ensemble: National Senior
Iveli, Marianne: Honor Society: Sci-
ence Club: French Club: Drama
Jackson, Linda Ann: Newspaper Staff:
Office Assistant: Choral: Latin Club.
Jackson, Wright Timothy: Science Club
Jagoe, Rebecca Ann: V.P. of Art Club:
James, Brice DeWitt: Student Council
Rep. : Honor Society: Red Cross Rep.:
Science Club: Drama Club: "B"
Club: Varsity Football: Varsity
Wrestling: F.C.A. : Varsity Track:
National Senior Honor Society.
Jendrusiak, Jesalyn Ann: F. T. A. :
Annual Staff: Newspaper Staff.
Jenkins, Jennie: French Club: Home
Ec, Club: Newspaper Staff: Annual
Staff: G. A. C.
Jennings, Julia Marie: Library Club.
Jerkins, Brenda Kay: Band: Dance Band:
Majorette: Drama Club: Art Club:
Associate Editor of Cutlass: Annual
Jett, Olivia Austin: Pres. Speech Club:
Pres. Home Ec, Club: Drama Club:
Honor Society: Choral: Newspaper
Johnson, Linda Janice: Honor Society:
Concert Choir Hist. : Sec. -Treas.
Jones, Janmari: Drama Club: Spanish
Club: F. T.A. : High School Chorus.
Jones, Rodney Gray:
Keen, George Morris: Treas. Sr. Class:
Honor Society: Treas. Sr. Science
Club: B Team Football: F.C.A.:
Student Council: National Senior
Keeton, Jr. , William Hamton: Foot-
ball: Basketball: Track: "B" Club,
Kerr, Howard James: "B" Varsity Ath-
letics: Sr. Science Club: Varsity
Kimbrough, James Ronald: F. T.A. :
Science Club: Football.
King, Carole Nancy: Newspaper Staff:
Spanish Club: Annual Staff.
Kittinger, Deith Randolph: Science
Club: Honor Society: Math Award.
Kolen, Jr. , Robert: Pres. F.C. A. :
Capt. Football Team: Varsity
Wrestling: Varsity Track: "B" Club:
Forensic Club: Mr. Berry: Most
Konig, Gordon Walter: German Club.
Lawrence, Jr. , Sherwood Heywood:
Sec. Sr. Art Club: Sec. -Treas. of
Lee, Virginia: Cheerleader: V. P.
Homeroom: French Club: Newspa-
per Staff: V.P. G.A.C. : Wittiest.
Lehman, Joseph Andrew: Football:
Wrestling: Baseball: F.C. A. : Dra-
ma Club: Newspaper Staff: Letter-
Liddle, Mary Jane: Latin Club: Con-
cert Choir: Girl 's Chorus: Ensem-
ble: Office Asst. : French Club:
F. T. A.
Linden, Mancy Carol: Math Club:
G. A.C. : Newspaper Staff: Home
Ec. Club: Pres. of Library Club.
Linn, Markee Eugene: Pres. of Radio
Club: Marching Band: Concert Band.
Loerch, Karen Sue: Feature Editor of
Cutlass: Annual Staff: Latin Club:
F. T. A. Sec.
Luketic, Velimir: Science Club: Math
Club: German Club: Homeroom
Pres. : Football Team: National
Senior Honor Society.
Long, Julie Elizabeth: Pres. of Jr,
Homeroom: Home Ec. Club: Sr.
French Club: Annual Club: G.A.C.:
National Senior Honor Society,
McAshe, David Berten:
McEwen, Sarah Sharon: Library Club:
Choral Club: French Club: F. T. A.
Mclnish, Jr. , Thomas Howard: Pres.
Forensic League: Debate Team:
Drama Club: Science Club: Student
McGuire, Charles Polk: "B" Club:
Varsity Basketball: Varsity Baseball.
McLaughlin, Donna Lee: Concert Choir:
Girl 's Chorus: Ensemble: G.A. C.
McLemore, Michele: Home Ec. Club:
F. T.A. : Speech Club: Red Cross
Rep. : Choral.
McLeod, Terry: Latin Club: Band.
McNamee, John Franklin:
McReynold, Bruce William: Sr. Music
Club: V. P. of Concert Choir.
Malone, Stephen Nelson: Art Club.
Matzek, Marty James: Newspaper Staff.
May, Peggy: Head Cheerleader: G.A.C.
Sec. of French Club: Newspaper Staff.
Messamore, Linda Jane: Cheerleader:
V.P. of Student Council: G. A.C.:
Meyer, Jr, , Jey Ogden: Varsity Foot-
ball: Baseball: "B" Club.
Mikos, Daniel Henri: Forensic League:
Sr. Science Club: Student Council
Rep, : Debate Team: Sgt. at Arms
of F. T. A.
Miller, James Monroe:
Mitchell, Geneva Paulette: Math Club:
Library Club: F.T.A. : Latin Club:
Newspaper Staff: Most Intellectual:
National Senior Honor Society.
Monroe, Dana Darling: Pres. of Music
Club: Red Cross Rep. 9 Concert Choir:
Sr. Art Club: Pres. Sr. French Club:
Moore, Debby Louise: G. A.C. : French
Moore, Doug: Photography Club.
Moore, Jr. , Harry Fredrick: Varsity
Moorehead, Christine: Drama Club:
Forensic Club: Concert Choir: En-
semble: Home Ec. Club: Newspaper
Staff: Annual Staff.
Morgan, Mary Lawrence: Music Club:
Muncher, Cynthia Kaye: Library Club:
Home Ec. Club.
Noe, Steve William: Track Team.
Noojin, Marion Downs: Pres. of F. T.A.:
Concert Choir: Girl 's Chorus: French
Norwood, Tad Elizabeth: Sr, G. A.C.
Ogletree, Jim Witt:
O'Grady, Nicholas Franklin: F. T.A. 5
Football: Basketball: "B" Club:
Track Team: Friendliest.
Ostergren, Karen Andrea: Science Club:
Annual Staff: Drama Club: National
Senior Honor Society: F. T.A. His-
Ozier, Esther Catherine: Drama Club:
Latin Club: F. T. A. 5 Annual Staff.
Pate, Mary Lovenia: Science Club:
Math Club: Drama Club: F. T. A.:
National Senior Honor Society.
Patton, George Micheal:
Payton, Ronald Lee: Radio Club: Span-
Peebles, Jene Emory: Music Club:
Spanish Club: Sec. Jr. Class: Con-
Peek, Jacqueline Louise: Art Club:
G.A.C. 9 F.B.L.A.
Peterson, Drew Warren: French Club:
Pettigrew, Carolyn: Cheerleader: Li-
brary Club: Art Club: Spanish Club:
G. A. C .
Picard. Gail: G. A. C.
Edith Morton Piper: Newspaper Staff.
Posey, William Carl: Baseball: "B"
Prosser, Clifford Andrew: Art Club:
Rasco, Wendell Howard: Jr. Honor Society:
Art Club: Drama Club,
Ray, Ben Roland: Drama Club,
Renfro, George: Football: V.P. German
Club: Lab. Asst. : Radio Club,
Resmondo, Wanda Kaye: Home Ec. Club:
Rew, Nancy Claire: Home Ec. Club: Li-
brary Club: Mau: Club: G. A. c.
Rhodes, Nancy Yvonne:
Robbins, Betsy Nan: Red Cross Rep. : Home-
coming Queen: Student Council Rep. :
Miss Berry: Most Popular: Dental Clinic
QHSCI1: F. T.A. : Sr. French Club:
Roberts, Vicki Andal: Library Club: Con-
cert Choir: German Club: Annual Staff.
Robinson, Hugh Jay: Track Team.
Root, Diane Claine:
Ruzicka, Dianne Elizabeth: Library Club
French Club: F. T. A. 3 Concert Choir:
Annual Staff: Girl 's Chorus.
Schaefer, Earl Allison: Varsity Football:
Wrestling Team: "B" Club: Pres, Ger-
Scheinert, Ernest Edward:
Scott, Katherine Irene: Library Club.
Seelbinder, Ric Brittain: Football: Basket-
ball: Wrestling: Track: Sec. of Student
Council: "B" Club: F.C.A. : Science
Sereno, Lynda Lolette: Band: Concert
Choir: Ensemble: French Club: F. T.A.
Sheppard, Anita Jane: Honor Society:
Home Ec. Club: Spanish Club.
Shoemaker, Marcia Blanche: Library Club.
Smith, Cynthia Jane: G.A.C. : Office
Asst. : Newspaper Staff.
Smith, John Mason: Library Club: Forensic
Club: Office Asst,
Smith, Linda Lee:
Smith, Richard Morris: Art Club: Radio
Club: Science Club: Photography Club,
Snoddy, Barbara Jean: Office Assist. :
Choral Group: Red Cross Rep.
Spencer, Laura: Forensic League: Annual
Staff: Newspaper Staff: F. T.A. 5
Drama Club: National Senior Honor
Stakes, Benjamin Edgar: Math Club:
Student Council Rep. : Science
Club: Dance Band: V.P. of Band:
Ensemble: National Senior Honor
Stakes, John Frederick: Pres. of Band:
Pres. of Homeroom: Dance Band:
Brass Ensemble: Concert Choir:
Strain, David Robert: Science Club:
Forensic Club: Debate Team: B
Strawbridge, Newman Guthrie: Pres.
of Homeroomf V.P. of Student
Body: Varsity Football, Varsity
Wrestling: "B" Club: Forensic Club:
Student Council Rep.
Strickland, Janie Louise: Art Club:
G. A. C. : Student Council Rep. 9
Strickland, Thomas Wayne: Baseball:
Stripling, Patricia Lynne: Jr. Classical
League: Drama Club: Newspaper
Staff: National Senior Honor Soci-
Sullivan, Cynthia Mary: Editor of Cut-
lass: Sec, of Concert Choir: Art
Club: F. T. A.
Thacker, Serena: Newspaper Staff.
Thigpen, Charles Stanley: Forensic
Club: Spanish Club: Camera Club.
Thomas, David Lee: Varsity Basket-
ball: Pres. of Student Council: Most
Outstanding Back: "B" Club: Math
Club: Varsity Football: Pres. Con-
cert Choir: Varsity Baseball: Span-
ish Club: F. C. A.
Thomas, Martha Alice: Cheerleader:
Newspaper Staff: Math Club: Home
Ec. Club: Sr. Volleyball Team:
G. A. C .
Thompson, Linda Rose: Newspaper
Staff: Annual Staff: F. T. A.
Tice, Robert Keith: Football: Wrestling
"B" Club: F.C. A. 3 Forensic Club:
V. P. of Jr. Class: Student Council
Rep. : Wittiest,
Tidd, Diana Lee:
Tilden, Nancy: Latin Club: Forensic
Club: Sec. of Jr. Class: F.T. A.:
Sec. of Student Council: National
Senior Honor Society.
Tobin, Francis William:
Tomb, Frank Blair: Varsity Football:
V.P. of Student Council: Pres. of
Student Council: "B" Club: F.C.A. 3
Art Club: Wrestling Team: Latin
Toussaint, Karen Jean: G. A.C.
Tucker, Jr, , William Cox: Band, Drum
Major: Science Club: French Club,
Turner, John Michael: Science Club.
Viness, Eleanor Jean: Majorettes:
F. T. A. 3 Associate Editor of Cutlass:
Band: Annual Staff.
Walton, Jr. , Abbott Brand: French
Club: Newspaper Staff: National
Senior Honor Society.
Warmack, Virginia Gail: Home Ec.
Club: Art Club,
Watson, Sandra Darlene: Home Ec.
Abercrombie, John 138, 151, 168
Abercrombie, Nancy 204
Ackerman, Vicky 210
Adair, Eddie 83, 86, 102, 168
Adair, Gregg 210
Adair, Marcia 204
Adams, Bill 204
Adams, Blake 210
, Cecilia 190
Adams, Elaine 210
Adams, Frank 210
, Ricky 198
Adamson, Barbara 106, 184
Adderhold, Debbie 190
Adderhold, Judy 204
Aderhold, Dan 190
Aderholt, Cathy 190
Agnesia, Barbara 210
Albright, Cary 96,204
Albright, Jackie 204
Alexiou, Maria 96, 106, 168
Alexiou, Mike 192
Alford, Clay 184
Alford, Brenda 210
Alford, Celia 86, 184
Alford, Johnny 204
Allen, Brenda 168
Allen, David 190
Allen, Debra 204
Allen, Marie 210
Allen, Steve 210
Alvis, Ashley 84, 198
Club: Library Club.
Weems'III, James Mortimer:
Weldon, Jesse Tilmon: Drama Club:
Ensemble: Concert Choir.
Wells, Patricia Lynn: Science Club:
F. T.A. : French Club: Student Coun-
cil: Cheerleader: G. A.C. 3 Newspa-
per staff: Most Likely to Succeed:
National Senior Honor Society,
Wheeler, Eddy Ray: Debate Team:
Science Club: Basketball Team:
Forensic Club: Math Team: Most
White, Donald Houston:
Wideman, Terri Marie: Cheerleader:
F. H.A. : F. T. A. :Newspaper Staff:
G.A.C. 3 Annual Staff: French Club.
Wildsmith, Morris Seay: Honor Society
Math Club: Science Club: German
Williams, Ellen: French Club: Drama
Club: Ensemble: Girl's Chorus.
Williams, Harold: "B" Club: Science
Club:'Spanish Club: Pres. Jr. Class:
Math Club: Homeroom Pres. Sr.
Class: Basketball, All County: Base-
ball: Best Dressed.
Williamson, Linda: Honor Society:
Debate Team: F.H.A. : F.T.A.:
Drama Club: Forensic League: An-
nual Staff: National Senior Honor
Anderson, Bill 138, 190
Anderson, John 198
Anderson, Robert 162, 163, 164, 184
Anderson, Steve 204
Andrews, Dave 184
Andrews, David 184
Armour, Beverly 198
Armstrong, Jackie 210
Armstrong, Lyn 184
Arnold, Allan 86, 168
Arnold, Larry 198
Arnold, Sally 198
Arnwine, Neal 198
Arrington, Doris 198
Ash, Louis 190
Ash, Tommy 210
Ashburner, Jim 198
Ashley, Connie 91
Ashton, Lucy 168
Atchison, Sandra 204
Atkins, Terressa 87, 190
Atkins, Tom 152, 184
Atkinson, James 86, 168
Austin, Mary George 86, 184
Autrey, Bill 190
Ayres, Bill 210
Ayres, Lee 97, 198
Badham, Glenn 138, 184
Badham, Steve 198
Baggett, Cathy 204
Baggen, Mike 138, 140, 152, 184
Bagley, Anne 92, 110, 168
Bagley, Tom 198
Williamson, Madeline: Library Club.
Willis, Curtis Barry:
Wingate, Jr. , William Hooper: March-
ing Band: Concert Band: Latin Club.
Wood, James Croley: Student Council
Rep. 3 Varsity Football: "B" .Club:
F.C.A. 3 Science Club: Varsity
Yates, Judy Marie: Cheerleader, Ger-
man Club: F. T.A. 3 G.A.C. : Sec.
Sr. Class: Annual Staff,
York, Sharon Lee: Science Club,
Youngsteadt, Norman Stanley:
Youngblood, Susan Sharon: V.P. of
Home Ec. Club: Drama Club:
Spanish Club: G.A. C. : Speech
Club: Pres. Jr. Red Cross: Home-
Zabel, Alyce Elayne: Girls' Glee Club:
S. A. T. B. Chorus: Concert Choir:
Art Club: Jr. Red Cross Rep, : -
Q Staff: Associate Editor of Cutlass
Bagwell, Allyson 168
Bagwell, Don 138, 162, 163, 184
Bahalar, Margaret 204
Bailey Bill 198
Bailey, Karon 204
Bailey, Kay 204
Bailey, Sherill 87, 198
Baliff, Jimmy 37, 84, 99, 118, 168
Baish, Lynn 204
Baker, Larry 204
Baker, Mike 204
Baker, Ray 190
Ballard, Betty 190
Ballard, Lindsey 190
Barber, Beverly 168
Barker, Ginny 86, 108, 184
Barksdale, Thomas 184
Barnacastle, Marsha 97, 98, 168
Barnacastle, Nancy 86, 184
Barnard, Craig 138, 190,
Barnes, Woody 168
Barnes, James 210
Barnes, Janet 198
Barnett, Mike 138, 190
Barnett, Sherron 210
Barnum, Jim 184
Barr, Carol 210
Barrow, Denny 184
Barthalomew, Judy 118, 168
Donna 94, 99, 184
Bates, Donald 210
Baumgartner, John 210
Baxley, Bill 210
Baxley, Gail 168, 70
Baxter, Earl 190
Bayliss, Jo Ann 198
Beachum, Bobby 210
Beal, Beverly 190
Beal, Tommy 91, 92,
Beard, Charles 190
Bearden, Brenda 198
Beasley, Allen 204
Beasley, Joyce 204
Beason, Jerry 184
Beck, Ben 168
Bowen, Vicky 210
Bowman, Bruce 41, 204
Bowman, Martina 198
Boyd, David 88, 169
Boyd, Jennifer 204
Boyd, Patti 85, 190
Bracey, Bill 198
Bracknell, Melene 210
Braddock, Pat 96, 99, 109, 169
Braden, Joe 118, 204
Bradley, Danny 204
Bradley, Lynn 190
Bradley, Richard 204
Bradshaw, Billy 152, 153, 204
Brady, Beth 204
Brady, Freddy 198
Brandino, Buster 198
Branham, Linda 204
Branlund, Dale 210
Buck, Thomas 210
Buckingham, Carole 190
Buckley, Kerry 42, 86, 88, 94, 99
168, 169, 180, 220
Buckner, Jimmy 204
Buckner, Laura 190
Buettner, Nancy 87, 198
Bullock, Robert 198
Burch, Debbie 33, 185
Burch, John 210
Burdette, Richard 185
Bedsole, Becky 87, 190
Ben, Elliot 210
Brannon, Margaret 204
Brannon, Marion 185
Burford, Benji 210
Burford, David 204
Burford, Jim 190
Burgess, Gregg 185
Burgess, Lisa 198
Burgin, Becky 190
Burke, Clarence 210
Burke, Homer 210
Burke, Marilyn 35, 86, 110, 185
Bell, Palmer 97, 184, 219
Bellows, Bobby 198
Bellsnyder, Christine 87, 198
Bennington, Mike 169
Bennish, Sarah 198
Berry, Donna 93, 184
Berryhill, Joyce 204
Brantley, Donna 210
Bratcher, Lynne 83, 96, 99, 185
Brazeal, Carolyn 190
Brewton, Cindy 86, 185
Bridwell, Robert 84, 204
Briner, Ken 198
Bristow, Rod 66, 110, 155, 157, 160,
Burke, Mike ss, 154, 157, 160
Burke, Phyllis 185
Burks, Larry 198
Burks, Linda 210
Burns, Judy 87, 198
Burr, Ann 86, 169
Burr, Martha 87, 190
Burr, Robert 190
Burton, Pam 198
Best, Florence 210
Bickelhaupt, Nancee 190
Biggerstaff, Anne 118, 190
Biggerstaff, Dennis 204
Birchfield, Gary 190
Birchfield, Jan 204
Bishop, Becky 210
Bishop, Donna 184
Bishop, Gary 104, 198
Bishop, Judy 99, 169
Bishop, Lynn 210
Bisset, Kathy 103, 109, 184
Black, Jack 210
Black, Linda 184
Black, Patricia 210
Blackwell, Donna 210
Blake, Chris 204
Blankship, Richard 210
Boak, Pat 198
Bobo, Ann 204
Bobo, Grahame 190
Bohannon, John 210
Bohanon, Jenny 198
Bolen, Ralph 198
Bolling, Blanche 185
Bolton, Reggie 210
Bond, Glenn 210
Boon, Beverly 84, 210
Boon, Rebecca 190
Borah, Emily 83, 88, 190
Boren, Wayne 210
Bounds, Sidney 190
Bowen, Dianne 169
Bowen, Karen 88, 185
Bowen, Nancy 190
Bowen, Pam 204
Burttram, Bruce 185
Burttram, David 198
Sherann 97, 169
, Bruce 138, 146, 169
, Harriet 198
Butler, Janice 210
, Robert 190
, Sharon 185
Byrd, Gail 106, 169
Byrd, Ginger 198
Byrd, Robert 210
Byrum, Lynda 190
Byrum, Nancy 198
Cain, Cathy 204
Cain, Deidre 169
Cain, Kenneth 210
Caldwell, Marilyn 198
Calk, Pamela 210
Callis, Jim 198
Camp, Paul 169
Brock, Rebecca 190
Brooks, Ann 204
Brooks, Bill 210
Brooks, Billy 210
Brooks, Cathy 72, 204
Brooks, Kathy 190
Brooks, Susan 204
Brower, David 169
Brown, Barbara 190
Brown, Becky 210
Brown, Brooks 185
Brown, Chris 67, 88, 169
Brown, Diane 190
Brown, Jimmy 204
Brown, Johnny 204
Brown, Kitty 97, 109, 110, 169
Brown, Lana 210
Brown, Nancy 204
Brown, Pat 204
Brown, Rachel 56, 60, 82, 86, 96,
109, 115, 135, 169
Brown, Regina 84, 204
Brown, Richard 108, 204
Brown, Rob 185
Brown, Steve 204
Brown, Walter 210
Brownell, Tom 118, 185
Browning, Mike 204
Browning, Rhonda 198
Brunson, Kathy 190
Sharon 92, 110, 118, 169
Campbell, Diane 205
Campbell, Kenneth 210
Brush, Charles 190
Brush, Frank 185
Brush, Jimmy 169
Bryan, Johnny 190
Bryant, Cylia Ann 204
Bube, Alice 99, 185
Buck, Gray 204
Cantley, Don 198
Cargo, Bob 205
Carlisle, Dyer 158, 190
Carnathan, Lynn 32, 33, 205
Carner, Lynda 190
Carner, Wayne 205
Carothers, John 88, 190
Carpenter, Clark 84, 198
Carr, Carolyn 31, 190
Carr, George 185
Carroll, Donnie 190
Carroll, Jenifer 205
Carson, Candy 210
Carson, Richard 190
Carter, Glynda 169
Carter, Jerry 1101 138,
Carter, Jerry Q95
Carter, Larry 210
Carter, Otto 210
Carter, Patricia 210
Carter, Randy 198
Carter, Tom 191
Carty, Paula 191
Carver, Edward 205
Casey, Ken 185
Casey, Tom 210
Cathey, Dale 210
Cathey, Rebecca 191
162, 165, 191,
Cathey, Rocky 155, 157, 185
Ceravola, Alan 138, 151, 185
Chamberlin, Dan 198,
Chambers, Bill 185
Chandler, Allen 198
Chandler, Pam 205
Chaney, Raleigh 198
Chapman, Beth 210
Chapman, Sonny 92, 138, 144, 150,
Chappelle, Allan 84, 198, 218
Cheatwood, Anjanetta 191
Clemmons, Connie 40 ,
Cherry, Gale 199
Cherry, Mike 210
Childers, Barbara 99, 169
Childers, Bob 199
Chitwood, Andy 138, 191
Chramer, Paul 205
Christie, Al 199
Clark, Cathy 110, 169
Clark, Henry 191
Clark, Jan 210
Clark, Jeffery 205
Clark, Rodger 162, 164, 185
Clay , Fred 185
Clayton, Jeannie 64, 66,
Clayton, Jim 185
Cleage, Wayne 199
Clem, J. C. 88, 169
Clements, Bruce 210
Clements, Carter 205
Clements, Mike 199
Clemmons, David 138 ,
Clutts, Peggy 96, 199
Coblentz, Craig 199
Cochran, Guy 191
Cockrell, Patricia 205
Cole, Carol 170
Coleman, Harry 199
Coleman, Jimmy 191
82, 86, 92,
99, 110, 170
Collins, Lynn 98, 185
Collins, Richard 191
Collins, Wayne 199
Comer, Randy 211
Compton, Mona Lisa 205
Compton, Ronald 185
Conner, Cathy 199
Conner, Harold 205
Conner, Janie 170, 171
Conner, Stuart 101, 154, 157, 170
Constantine, Anna 87, 191
Cook, Harry 191
Cook, Malcolm 205
Cook, 'Susan 88, 108, 184, 185
Cooper, Charlotte 106, 170
Cooper, Greg 138, 150, 160, 161, 170
Cooper, Jimmy 104, 205
Cooper, Karen 191
Cooper, Tamsie 94, 99, 170
Cooper, Tom 199
Cordell, Marilyn 185, 75
Cordell, Tommy 205
Cordes, Gail 87, 199
Cordes, Lynn 205
Cormack, Elizabeth 211, 205
Corretti, Rhonda 211
Corretti, Suzanne 106, 123, 132, 170
Copeland, Barry 83, 191
Costa, Nancy 191
Coston, Ann Marie 205
Alex 138, 143, 149, 150, 170,
Cottrell, Dudley 191
Couch, Jane 67, 86, 170
Crosby, Robert 199
Crosthwait, Joy 191
Crouch, Mandy 211
Crouch, Tony 211
Crow, Bonita 205
Crow, Frank 205
Crowe, Benny 199
Crowe, Kenny 211
Crumpton, Al 185
Crupton, Dave 211
Cruze, Carol 96, 191
Cruze, Cathy 199
Cryer, Cathy 199
Cryer, Diane 185
Cummings, Wes 211
Cuppett, Charles 191
Cuppett, Julie 199
Curtis, Donna 199
Dailey, Eleanor 86, 91, 97, 185
Dalton, Phillip 205
Dalton, Shari 170
Daly, Jim 205
Daniel, Rilla 86, 106, 185
Daniels, Fred 170
Dantzler, Jennifer 205
Dantzler, Robert 191
Darr, David 199
Darr, Richard 170
Dart, Tom 205, 218
Davidson, Denise 96, 205
Davidson, Mike 191
Davis, Carol 108, 185
Davis, Cheryl 211
Davis, Donna 191
Davis, Heather 211
Davis, Janet 84, 211
Davis, Jessica 185
Couch, Mary 63, 199
Cowan, Alan 199
Cowser, Terry 199
Cox, Barbara 92, 108, 185
Cox, Doug 199
Cox, Patty 170
Craig, William 191
Crandall, Homer 191
Crandall, Laura 211
Crane, Carol 199
Cranford, Charles 199
Crank, Kyla 205
Crawford, John 205
Crawford, Mike 199
Creamer, Phil 205
Creel, Bobby 199
Creel, Ernest 158, 191
Cremeens, Karen 191
Cremer, Karen 205
Crider, Stephen 211
Crim, Mike 211
Davis, John 211
Davis, Lera Jean 83, 191
Davis, Peter 211
Davis, Sherrill 191
Vicki 87, 191
Crisson, Bobby 1123 170
Crisson, Bobby Q95
Crisson, Dwight 170
Crisson, Emily 205
Crisson, Raymond 191
Crocker, Ricky 199
Day, Della 191
Deadman, Neal 211
Deadman, Ray 191
Deason, Jed 83, 155, 157, 170
Deason, Jim 211
Deason, Margaret 191
Deegan, Billy 199
Deegan, Jimmy 35, 170
DeLapp, James 199
de Lorimier, Carol 211
de Lorimier, Dianne 33, 86, 94,
Demonet, Ronnie 185
Denneson, Debra 211
Dennis, Glyn 185
Denton, Diane 191
Denton, Margaret 205
De Shazo, Dick 199
Deville, John 205
Deville, Walter 199
Dexter, Davis 199
Dexter, Kathy 102, 108, 185
Dice, Rick 199
Dickerson, Anlie 199
Dickerson, Dianne 92, 170
Dickerson, James 191
Dickerson, Jamise 191
Dickerson, Jimmy 211
Dickey, Chuck 191
Dickey, Eddie 205
Dilmore, Gary 191
Dilmore, Sandra 185
Dion, Mary Ann 205
Dixon, Douglas 211
Dobbins, Donnie 10,191
Dobbins, Donnie 8.205
Ellis, Gail 191
Ellis, Wayne 191
Ellison, Bary 191
Ellison, Donna 205
Ellison, Glenda 211
Elmore, Julian 199
Emery, Debbie 205
Emery, Robert 171
Emrick, Debbie 205
Emrick, Sharon 205
Emrick, Steve 86, 109, 171
Enenbach, Bill 199
Frey, Jeff 200
Friddle, Joe 82, 86, 138,
Frith, John 200
Frith, Linda 211
Fritz, Vernon 211
Fuller, Russell 1125
Fuller, Rusty Q71 211
Fuller, Sandra 118, 191
Fullington, Kent 211
Fullington, Steve 211
Fullman, Milton 191
Dobbins, Kathy 211
Donze, Mike 205
Dorsey, Carol 199
Dosrer, Reid 83, 138, 162, 1
Douglas, Amanda 205
Douglas, Craig 199
Douglas, Elizabeth 199
Douglas Gilbert 170
Douglas Herbert 191
Douglas, John 170
Dowdy, Karen 211
Downey, Jon 211
Downs, Alan 211
Doyle, Brian 185
Doyle, Joseph 185
Doyle, Robert 170
Dozier, John 205
Dozier, Judy 205
Drennen, David 199
Drenning, Ron 211
Drysdale, Doug 199
Drysdale, Virginia 205
Dudley, Richard 211
Duell, Debbie 87, 199
Enenbach, Debbie 185
Enenbach, Joe 171
Enright, James 205
Erwin, Frank 162, 199
Etheredge, David 199
Eubanks, Doug 171
Eubanks, Peggy 199
Evans, Gaylon 211
Evans, Pamela 205
Fargarson, Crayton 185
Fulgham, Peggy 205
Fulton, Joan 185
Fulton, Joe 211
Fulton, Peggy 211
Fulton, Wilson 171
Fuqua, Dan 185
Gafford, Carol 200
Gafford, Linda 185
Gaissert, Clint 160,
Faught, Carol 205
Faught, Debbie 185
Faulkner, Mike 205
Faulkner, Patti 97, 108, 185
Ferguson, Debby 211
Ferguson, Jane 109, 171, 185
Ferguson, Joy 64, 86, 183
Ferguson, Sonny 138, 141, 184, 185
Fincher, Linda 86, 171
Finn, Cathy 199
Fiorella, Boo 191
Fiorella, Samelia 211
150, 185, 75
Galloway, Johnny 83, 185, 217
Gambill, Sharon 191
Gamble, David 97
Gamble, Susan 205
Game, Clifford 109, 172
Gammill, Diana 211
Gammill, Len 185
Gammon, Kathy 200
Gant, Debbie 66, 191
Gardner, Debbie 211
Garver, Becky 191
Gates, Diane 205
Gates, John 93, 108, 185
Duke, Brenda 86, 88, 99, 109, 114,
Duke, Carol 86, 88, 185
Dunaway, Rebecca 94, 99, 171
Dunbar, Joyce 185
DuPriest, Robert 82, 92, 138, 144,
150, 160, 161, 171, 181, 221
Dupuy, Michelle 63, 199, 218
Flemming, Lewis 205
Flowers, Allen 185
Flynn, Joann 191
Ford, David 211
Ford, Jim 160, 18.5
Forrester, Becky 191
Forrester, Gayle 64, 65, 184, 185,
Gates, Rodney 172
Gaim, Andy 185
Gause, Charles 211
Gennett, Judy 200
Gerrity, Keith 211
Gerstacker, Meg 200
Frank, Roger 158, 191
Glass, Gerald 205
Duval, Carlos 199
Duval, Jamie 205
Dye, Julia 211
Eanes, Buddy 191
Easter, Gwen 199
Easter, Phyllis 191
Echols, Jack 191
Echols, Karen 205
Echols, Keith 205
Eddens, Linda 211
Eddings, Cathy 205
Eddins, Ann 205
Edge, Dick 185
Edge, Ellen 96, 199
Edwards, Ann 87, 191
Edwards, Mary 199
Eidson, Wayne 199
Eiseman, Beverly 205
Elder, Marty 171
Eldredge, Ernie 92, 171
Eldredge, Larry 171
Elliott, Carter 152, 153, 199
Elliott, Dwight 171
Elliott, Lynn 211
Forrester, John 103, 162, 164, 171
Foshee, Barry 211
Foshee, Harold 185
Foster, Judy 87, 199
Foster, Ray 185
Foster, Roger 211
Foster, Teresa 199
Fowler, Albert 200
Fowler, Alys 84, 211
Fowler, Debby 191
Fowler, Sherry 88, 171
Fowler, Tom 185
Frame, Randy 171
Frame, Susan 200
Frasa, Susan 171
Frederick, Winston 96, 205
Free, Beverly 205
Freeman, Bob 200
Janis 87, 200
Frey, Jane 211
Gibbs, Martha 211
Gibbs, Mary 108, 109, 185
Gibson, Larry 185
Gibson, Lynn 172
Gilbert, Jackie 211
Gilbert, Mickey 200
Gilbert, Ronnie 191
Giles, Mike 200
Gillespie, Allen 118, 191
Gilliland, Jimmy 211
Gilliland, Brenda 88, 186
Gilmore, Bobby 200
Gilmore, Clayton 43, 185, 191
Gilmore, Clyde 200
Gingo, Denise 211
Glass, Gene 56, 109, 168,
Glenn, Dianne 109, 172
Glenn, John 88, 191
Glidwell, David 205
Goad, Bobbie 191
Goad, Marilyn 86, 172
Godfrey, Jimmy 205
Goebel, Mike 205
Goggins, Snookie 83, 86, 172
Goggins, Randy 211
Golden, Carol 97, 110, 172
Golden, Becky 211
Gooch, Marilyn 205
Nancy 31, 192
Barbara 86, 110, 111, 186
Halstead, Paul 192
Haltiwanger, Linda 211
Hamby, Wade 200
Hamilton, Nancy f12J 83, 91, 110,
Hamilton, Nancy Q81 206
Hammond, Andy 211
Hand, Bill 173
Hand, Jim 200
Helms, Hal 97, 109, 110, 173
Hernenway, Bonnie 92, 192
Henley, Michael 104, 105, 200
Henry, Katherine 86, 110, 111, 186
Hensley, Johnny 200
Henshaw, Judy 206
Herlong, Lynn 87, 192
Goodwin, Carol 200
Goodwin, Eric 192
Goodwin, Tommy 104, 205
Gordon, Lindsey 61, 86, 97, 172, 182
Mike 138, 150, 172
Gore, Andrea 84, 206
Gore , Donna 206
Gore, Jane 56, 86, 110, 122,
Gore, Robert 97, 192
Gourley, Dianne 91, 172
Grace, Jack 211
Grady, Steve 211
Grady, Sydney 192
Graham, Martha 172
Graham, Ronny 186
Grant, Jamie 92, 172
Grant, Marjorie 88, 186
Grant, Tommy 206
Gravlee, Martha 98, 173
Gray, Richard 192
Gray, Jennifer 211
Graves, Kathy 86, 88, 192
Guimond, Vickie 173
Hauser, Mark 86, 186
Graves, Mary 192
Greco, Marlena 88, 186
Green, Joe 104, 200
Gregg, Terry 186
Beth 97, 99, 108, 10
Griswold, Anne 206
Griswold, Tommy 211
Gross, David 186
Gryder, Tom 186
Gunn, Myrna 206
Gunter, Keith 186
Gunter, Neil 192
Gunter, Rod 206
Gunter, Wayne 200
Habshey, Donna 192
Hackney, Mary Jane 92, 186
Haefner, Don 211
Hager, Charles 173
Hager, Jimmy 200
Hager, Virginia 211
Hahn, Doug 96, 200
Hale, Terry 206
Hall, Richard 186
Hall, Susan 206
Hallman, Jane 206
, Marnie 86, 88, 173
Hallman, Steve 200
Halmark, Patricia 206
Handy, Penny 110, 173
Haney, Ian 200
Haney, Michaele 92, 192
Hanks, Marlene 211
Marsha 108, 192
Herran, George 212
Herring, Glenn 186
Heyward, Susan 200
Hibbler, Larry 173
Hibbler, Susan 206
Hanner, Jerry 206
Hanson, Freida 192
Hanson, John 84, 200
Haralson, Danny 211
Haralson, Kathy 192
Harden, James 138, 186
Harden, Sheila 206
Hardigree, Jeane 108, 186
Hardwick, Ronald 206
Hardy, Debbie 211
Harlan, Bill 206
Harman, Jay 212
Harmon, Rita 206
Harper, David 192
Harper, Debbie 206
Harrelson, Keith 192
Harrelson, Rob 173
Harrington, Kipp 186
Harris, Barbara 200
Harrison, Debbie 200
Hickman, Alice 94, 99, 110, 173
Hicks, Alan 192
Hicks, Bobby 212
Hicks, Jean 200
Hicks, Larry 192
Higginbotham, Steve 138, 150, 200
Hildreth, Gary 192
Hildreth, Joy 212
Hill, Anne 212
Hill, Nancy 200
Hillhouse, Marjo 84, 200
Hines, Pat 186
Hinrichs, Martine 200
Hinton, Lynda 192
Hitchcock, Ray 173
Hart, Dianne 212
Hart, Lee 200
Hart, Stan 186
Hartley, Christie 200
Hartley, Claudia 200
Hartley, Edith 192
Hartley, Karen 92, 108, 192
Hartley, Robert 39, 152, 186,72
Hartley, Sandra 206
Hartley, Sharon 200
Hartley, Sheryl 206
Hartley, Steve 206
Hartsfield, Tom 192
Hauser, Mims 206
Hawkins, John 104, 200
Hawkins, Paul 200
Haynes, Glenn 200
Haynie, Waynette 186
Hays, Brenda 212
Hays, Patricia 206
Hays, Sandra 33, 86, 108, 109, 186
Hazen, Don 2706
Head, Ralph 173
Hearn, Beverly 200
Heaven, Donna 173
Hefner, Lee 206
Hegenbaeth, Lloyd 192
Heinrich, Lane 94, 99, 110, 173
Heinrich, Lisa 86, 206
Helmbold, Dale 212
Helmbold, Martha 186
Helms, Debra 206
Hodges, Edie 192
Hodges, Gayle 88, 186
Hodges, James 186
Hodges, Lee 200
Hodges, Margaret 212
Hodges, Pam 88, 186
Hodges, Tommy 212
Hodrett, Cynthia 212
Hoffine, Jane 87, 192
Hoffine, Jimmy 84, 212
Hofmann, Bill 200
Holcomb, Jeane 186
Hollis, Brenda 212
Hollis, Carolyn 206
Hollis, Doris 192
Hollis, Glenda 212
Hollis, Linda 200
Hollis, Ray Eugene 186
Holloway , Marilyn 212
Holloway, Vicki 192
Holman, Bob 173, 69
Holmes, Steve 200
Holsomback, Joe 212
Holst, Holly 200
Holst, Paula 206
Holtzclaw, Bobbie 158, 160, 186
Hooks, Glen 186, 192
Hooten, Margaret 88, 102, 186
Hornsby, Jackie 186, 77
Hornsby, James 186
Hornsby, Warren 200
Mary Evelyn 102, 186
Horton, Betty 206
Horton, Pat 206
Horton, Susan 92, 108, 192
Hostler, Susan 192
Houchin, Julie 99, 108, 186
Jamison, Charles 212
Howard , Mark 212
Jennings , Royce 206
Houchin, Mike 200
, Buckey 45, 138, 150, 154,
156, 157, 160, 161, 173
Howard , Eddie 212
, George 212
Howell, John 200
Howell, Lindsey 212
Howell, John 200
Howell, Marianne 206
Howell, Sam 206
Howell, Suzanne 88
Randy 84, 200
Susan 87, 192
Tim 103, 173
Jagoe, Becky 86, 88, 173
James, Brice 83, 109, 138, 151, 162,
Kerr, Jane 207
Kersh, Cecil 93, 109, 187
Kessler, Ann 212
Kessler, Susan 212
Keuykendall, Larry 212
Keydoszius, Richard 200
Kidd, Scottie 212
Kimbrell, Jan 192
Kimbrough, David 212
Kimbrough, Doug 162, 192
Kimbrough, Ronny 138, 174
Jeanes, Robby 200
Jendrusiak, Jesalyn 110, 174
Jennie 86, 114, 115, 174, 69
Jennings, Joyce 206
Jennings, Judy 91, 174
Micheal 158, 192
Jerkins, Brenda 31, 88, 122, 174
Howland, David 192
Hucks, Linda 212
Jett, Olivia 99, 106, 110, 174
Jobe, Ronald 108, 109, 187
King, Carol 112, 115, 174
King, Gerald 207
King, Jim 187
King, Jennifer 207
King, John 207
King, Judy 201
King, Kathy 201
King, Kim 212
King, Kip 192
Hudson, Fritz 101, 138, 146, 162, 173
Hudson, Henry 200
Hudson, Jane 212
Hudson, Kim 83, 108, 158, 192
Hudson, Lynda 212
Hudson, Mike 173
Huey, Anne 91, 186
n, Niniea 212
Huffstutler, Deborah 212
Hughes, Elliot 97, 103, 156, 157, 173
Hughes, Suzanne 186
Huie, Richard 92, 186
n, Susan 200
Johnson, Anne 96, 200
Johnson, Eddie 212
Johnson, Jan 107, 118, 174
Johnson, Lee 86, 88, 187, 192
Johnson, Melanie 87, 96, 192
Johnson, Pat 217
Johnson, Susan 206
Johnson, Terry 206
Kirk, Elizabeth 192
Kirkland, Mickie 63, 91, 201
Kittinger, Ranny 174, 220
Klosterman, Terry 201
Knapp, Judy 108, 192
Johnston, Mark 200
Jones, Bob 160, 161
Jones, David 206
Jones, Debbie 212
Knight, Belinda 192
Knight, Gregory 207
Knight, Herbert 192
Knight, Jimmy 201
Knight, Ricky 207
Knowles, Mike 201
Hultgren, Walter 92, 93, 108, 109,
138, 162, 165, 187, 217
Hultquist, Patti 200
Humphries, Billy Joe 212
Humphries, Brenda 200
Humphries, Jimmy 206
Humphries, Lynn 206
Hunt, Butch 187
Hum, Floy 37, 97, 109, 110,
Hunt, Ken 20 6
Hutchins, Dave 200
Hutchinson, Clyde 200
Hutchinson, Wanda 206
Hutto , Ann
Hutto, Polly 206
Hyche, Mary Kay 206
Jackson, Greg 212
Imler, Steve 206
Imler, Teresa 88, 94, 187
Imler, Thomas 200
Inman, Becky 192
Iveli, Marianne 173
Iveli, Suzanne 192
Ivens, Jim 206
Ivey, Neal 192
Ivins, Jeff 212
ohm 83, 138, 158, 1s7
Kolen, Bob 132, 138, 140, 143,
162, 174, 180
Kolen, Mike 59, 138, 152, 162.
Konig, Gordon 174, 73
Krueger, Donald 192
Krueger, Ronald 192
Kuykendall, Barry ,201
Kyser, Fred 192
Lancaster, Cheryl 32, 36, 33, 88
Lane, Terry 207
Lanford, Diane 201
Lange, Alan 212
Lange, Annette 192
Jones, Dee 4113 187, 192
Jones, Dee f10J
Jones, Gwenda 200
Jones, Janmarie 99, 110, 174
Jones, Jimmy 212
Jones, John 192
Jones, Judy 86, 96, 99, 108, 187
Jones, Karen 206
Jones, Kathy 200
Jones, Lea 212
Jones, Lynn 106, 187
Jones, Mark 206
Jones, Mike 187
Jones, Nancy 206
Jones, Pam 206
Kaiser, Terry 192
Kaiser, Vicki Q93 200
Kaiser, Vickie f8J
Kealy, Claudia 33, 187
Keen, George 109, 174
Keeton, Butch 101, 138, 150,
Keister, Jimmy 212
Kelly, Charles 97, 192
Kelly, Karen 212
Kelly, Kathleene 192
Langevin, Carol 207
Langevin, Sharon 187
Langford, Diane 207
Langston, Debra 212
Langston, Lee 187
Lanier, Charles 88, 193
Lanier, Jacelyn 212
Lanier, Pete 201
Lany, Thomas 192
Larkin, David 138, 193
Larkin, Paula 201
Jackson, Jay 206
Jackson, Joan 200
Jackson, Kathy 206
, Linda 92, 173
Kemp, Andrea 212
Kennedy, Michael 115, 118, 174
Kerley, Marc 206
Kerr, Howard 135, 152, 174
Larsin, Glen 207
Lashley,' Selena 106, 193
Lawrence, Bill Q93 201
Lawrence, Bill f8j 207
Lawrence, Dianne 207
Lawrence, Sherwood 88, 174
Lawrence, Steve 193
Lawson, Emilil 207
Layfield, Theresa 207
Layton, Mike 212
Lea, Deborah 212
Leader, Dean 212
Leader, Joan 201
Lee, Barry 207
Lee, George 201
Lee, Virginia 174, 182
LeePard, Anita 96, 207
Lehman, Cheryl 84, 201
Lehman, Joe 151, 152, 153, 174, 171
Lehman, Linda 212
Lemmer, Linda 201
Lemmon, Susie 92, 193
Leverette, Bill 201
Lewis, Billy 212, 201
Lewis, Earl 212
Lewis, Gordan 193
Lewis, Sammy 193
Liddle, Jane 86, 93, 110, 118, 174
McAnnally, Carolyn 207
Liles, Rodney 192
Linden, Nancy 174, 76
Lindley, Ed 138, 162, 164, 193
Lindley, Marie 87, 201
Lindy, Linda 187
Linn, John 201
Linn, Markee 174
Linsley, Peter 207
Little, Debbie 201
Livingston, Jo 193
Livingston, Lynn 212
Lochamy, Bob 193
Loerch, Karen 93, 110, 174,
Joy 88, 93, 187
Vivian 108, 187
Lyons, Pat 187
Lyons, Sharon 201
Machen, Lee 201
Mackin, Pat 187
MacGrey, A. 96
MacNi'cholls, Barbara 212
Malone, Judi 212
Malone, - Skip 175
Malone, Stan 212
Malool, Gail 87, 201
Malool, Greg 207
Mancin, Beth 207
Mancin, Cathy 187
Mangrum, Gayle 212
Maple, Ross 201
Marcus, Sandra 87, 193
Marcus, Susan 207
Mangrum, Erwin 86, 193
Martin, Chuck 187
Martin, Eddie 193
Martin, Elwin 193
Martin, Hank 207
Martin, Linda 212
Martin, Rebecca 207
Martin, Ricky 207
Mask, Jack 193
Mask, Steve 212
Matherson, Carol 193
Matsos, Mary 87, 193
Matthews, Skip 201
Matzek, Marty 175
Mauldin, Fitz 207
Mauldin, Hugh 97, 187
May, Peggy 64, 86, 175
Mayfield, Connie 41, 83, 193
McAnnally, Emily 118, 193
McBride, Michael 207
McCarty, Jane 87, 201
McEwen, Sharon 86, 91, 175
McFarland, Brent 86, 187
McFarland, Donald 212
McGavock, Diane 212
McGimsey, Ken 187
McGraw, Wanda 213
McGriff, Curt 201
McGuire, Bubba 155, 157, 159, 160
McHugh, Pam 86, 187
Mclnish, Tommy 94, 95, 175, 219
Mclntosh, Bonnie 213, 193
Mcjenkin, Hank 213
McJenkins, Patti 193
McKenzie, David 213
McKnight, Jane 213
McLay, Bonnie 213
McLaughlin, Donna 110, 175
McLemore, Bobby 207
McLemore, Michelle 106, 175
McLeod, Geoff 207
McLeod, Susan 201
McLeod, Terry 93, 175
McMahon, Anne 84, 207
McMasters, Kay 201
McNamee, Carolyn 201
McNamee, Johnny 175
McPo1and, Robert 201
McRae, Amanda 201
McRae, Malcolm 213
McReyno1ds, Bruce 118, 175, 217
McReyno1ds, Toni 97, 193
McShan, Rebecca 193
Meinburg, Julie 201
Meshad, Bobbi 207
Meshejian, Mary Ellen 87, 201
Messamore, Jane 64, 82, 181
Metrock, Jim 201
Julie 86, 109, 114, 115, 175,
Lorren, Betty Ann 201
McCay, Sherrie 201
McClure, Kim 207
McCollum, Frank 201
McCormack, Jim 212
McCormick, Leslye 201
McCoy, Cindy 212
McCoy, Debbie 207
Lorren, Chuck 207
Lott, Richard 201
Lowrey, Ted 201
Lowther, Jack 83, 92, 138, 187
Love, Frank 193
Love, Nancy 212
Lovelady, Rick 212
Lovell, Nancy 207
Loy, Kenny 187
Luke, Shirley 207
Luketic, Davor 193
Luketic, Velimir 103, 109,
Lupton, Susan 63, 201
McCracken, Cindy 84, 87, 193
McCracken, Joan 87, 193
McCracken, Lynn 207
McCulloch, William 187
McCullough , Charlie
McCullough, Marcia 212
McCullough, Mary 201
McCurdy, Danny 212
McCurdy, John 93, 108, 187
McCurdy, Rick 207
McDanal, Scotty 83, 201
Lynn 87, 193
McE1wee, David 212
Meyer, Don 187
Meyer, Jay 138, 142, 146, 148, 160
Meyer, Robert 213
Michie, Karen Jo 32, 201
Mikos, Dan 83, 96, 110, 175
Mikos, Diane 207
Mileski, Cathy 201
Miller, Barbara 213
Miller, Barry 201
Miller, Beverly 207
Miller, Bill 193
Miller, Durben 193
Miller, Gary 213
Miller, John 213
Miller, Mark 187
Miller, Mary 187
Miller, Ray 201
Mims, Gail 213
Mims, Linda 213
Mims, Susan 87, 201
Mintz, Linda 213
Mitchell, Marjorie 213
Mitchell, Nancy 88, 213
Mitchell, Ned 193
Mitchell, Paulette 93, 97, 91, 109,
110, 175, 183, 221
Mitchell, Tom 213
Mitchem, Linda 86, 187
Mitts, Ellis 207
Gail 31, 201
Nafoosi, Mary 213
Neal, Jack 194
Neal, Steve 194
Nelson, Joel 194
Nelson, Karen 188
Nelson, Kenneth Q83
Nelson, Kenneth Q71 213
Nesmirh, Mike 213
Mobley, Steve 213
Monroe, Dana 86, 88, 96, 118
Newberry, Judy 213
Newell, Curt 194
Newell, Joe 213
Newell, Kathy 188
Newman, Anne 201
Montague, Lyn 207
Moody, Carol Ann 193
Mooney, Julie 193
Mooney, Mary 207
Mooney, Skipper 176
Newman Doris 188
Newman George 213
Newman Steve 201,
Moore, Bill 201
Moore, Bobby 187, 213, 72
Moore, David 213
Moore, Debbie 86, 176
Moore, Doug 176
Moore, Freddie 67, 176
Moore, Jim 193
Moore, Nancy 213
Moore, Richard 138, 187
Moore, Robbie 213
Moore, Susan 201
Moore, Thomas 201
Moore, Walter 193
Moorhead, Christine 115, 118, 176
Moorhead, Tina 44,201
Moran, Scott 109, 187
Moragues, Jan 184
Newton, Annalee 108, 109, 188
Newton, Barbara 207
Nicholas, Bobby 188
Nichols, Debbie 201
Nichols, Jim 194
Nicholson, Bill 213
Nicholson, George 201
Nix, Becky 207
Noe, Jimmy 201
Noe, Steve 176
Noland, Jim 158, 194
Noland, John 213
Nolen, George 188
Noojin, Marian 110, 111, 176
Norwood, Tad 176
Norman, Lamar 201
Norris, Jimmy 201
Northcutt, Sandra 188
Morgan, Allyn 94,98,188
Morgan, Bill 188
Morgan, Elliot 213
Morgan, Gregory 213
Morgan, Hill 193
Morgan, Mary 88, 176
Morgan, Mary M. 201
Morin, Jay 207
Morris, Kathy 213
Morris, Susan 193
Morrison, Buddy 213
Morton, Ray 207
Moses, Elizabeth 188
Mosley, Margaret 193
Mote, Jill 213
Mount, Joseph 213
Mullen, David 193
Mulroy, Richard 213
Muncher, Cynthia 176
Murray, Sherry 193
Murphree, Pat 207
Myers, Charles 193
Myers, Peggy 201
Northcutt, Phylis 201
Northrop, Ricky 207
Nunnaly, Dawn 213
Nunnaly, Dean 207
Nunnaly, Janice 207
Oertel, Eddie 213
Oertel, David 201
Ogburn, Beth 213
Ogburn, Bill 188
Ogburn, Steve 207
Ogletree, Lane 213
Ogletree, Jim 176
O'Grady, Darci 201
O'Grady, Mike 101, 138, 188
O'Grady, Nick 111, 138, 146, 15
157, 162, 163, 176, 181
O'Grady, Patricia 202
Openshaw, Andy 207
Openshaw, Steve 194
Myrann, Lani 188
Myrich, Lyndal 213
Myrick, W. O. 207
Nabors, Donna 194
Nabors, Mike 201
Nadilski, Mark 188
O'Quinn, Charley 202
O'Quinn, Jeri 213
O'Quinn, Susan 188
O'Quinn, Tommy 188
Orman, Mark 194
Ostergren, Karen 109, 111, 115, 176
Owen, Jody 213
Owen, Sharon 207
Owens, Susan 207
Ozier, Cathy 99, 111, 176
Ozier, Linda 20 8
Packer, Dale 194
Painter, Donna 87, 88, 194
Palmer, Allan 213
Palmer, Penny 213
Pappas, Dean 208
Paracca, Buddy 194
Paracca, Teresa 88
Parker, David 213
Parker, Dudley 188
Parker, Marcia 202
Parker, Ronald 208
Parker, Susan 213
Parsons, Lindsay 213
Pate, Bill 194
Pate, Mary 97, 98, 109, 111,
Pate, Ralph 208
Patten, Charlie 213
Patterson, Gail 86, 76, 194
Patton, Bill 194
Patton, Jimmy 188
Patton, Michael 177
Paulson, Deborah 213
Payne, Chris 213
Payne, Cindy 194
Payton, Ricky 202
Peak, Jimmy 88, 213
Peak, Martha iss
Peake, Amanda 202
Peake, Kay 208
Pearson, Karrell Ann 213
Pearson, Peppe 202
-Peebles, Jene 17 7
Peek, Billie Jo 62, 194
Peek, Garry 213
Peek, Jackie 177
Penn, Cleg 213
Pennington, Mary 213
Perkins, Bill 158, 194
Perkins, Pat 213
Perryman, Jeannie 202
Peterson, Drew 177
Peterson, Kent 202
Pettigrew, Carolyn 177
Pettigrew, Laura 208, 218
Peyton, Ronnie 177
Phillips, Linda 85, 91, 188
Phillips, Susan 64, 65, 86, 188
Picard, Gail 177, 74
Pickett, Edward 208
Pike, Danny 194
Pike, Dinah 188
Pike, Lee 177, 188
Pintazis, Cary 194
Piper, Dee 112
Piper, Peggy 202
Pittman, Donna 63, 202
Pittman, Pam 213
Pitts, Vicky 213
Place, John 213
Plan, Roy 202
Plaxco, Johm 208
Pledger, Elaine 32, 33, 86, 188
Plunkett, Hubert 213
Reque, Susan 194
Requett, Jeff 208
Resmondo, Kaye 106,
Rylant, Carol 214
Sain, Betsy 214
Sain, Randy 202
Eddie 104, 208
Nancy 91, 177
Plunkett, Iris 208
, Bill 188
, Linda 208
Rew, Richard 214
Reynolds, Betty 208
Rhodes, Drew 202
Samuel, Bill 214
Sanders David 202
Sanders, Johnny 214
Sanders Ginga 214
Sanders Linda 194
Sanders, Martha 188
Sanders, Steve 194
Posey, Jackie 202
Porter, Mary Ellen 202
Posey, Carl 160, 161, 177
Pourcian, Brian 194
Powell, Barbara 208
Powell, Debra 213
Powell, John 214
Powell, Terry 202
Prentice, Susan 41, 194
Prescott, Daniel 208
Price, Larry 86, 188
Price, Mike 202
Price, Richard 214
Procter, Donna 214
Prosch, Sandra 202
Prosser, Cathy 202
Pruitt, Robert 104, 105, 202
Ptomey, Susan 208
Puckett, Larry 20,8
Putman, Jackie 194
Quanstrom, Chris 188
Raines, Carol 44, 202
Rhodes, Yvonne 86
Rice, Virgil 214
Richards, Cindy 214
Richards, Ken 194
Richards, Neil 214
Richay, Barbara 106, 188
Richeron, Tom 214
Rickerson, Linda 87, 194
Ricketts, Debra 214
Riley, Linda 194
Ringer, Cathy 214
Rivers, Mike 208
Rives, Bo 138, 142, 151
Robbins, Randy 208
Robbins, Ronny 202
Robbins, Vicki 208
Roberts, James 208
Roberts, Johm 214
Roberts, Pat 84, 202
Roberts, Richard 202
Roberts, Vicki 177
Seelbinder, Veda 194
s, Glen 118, 188
y, Linda 214
y, Rodger 40, 91, 202
Ralph, Alan 208
Robertson, Janice 208
Robertson, Randy 214
Robins, Betsy 58, 83, 86,
Robins, Bill 214
Robins, Sallie 87, 202
Sanderson, Donna 96, 202
Sargent, Linda 188
Sargent, Robert 194
Saturday, Lynn 208
Saunders, Cathy 188
Saxon, Ronnie 208
Scarvey, Barry 208
Scarvey, Ricky 162, 194
Schauss, Jean 86, 188
Schaefer, Al138, 150, 177
Schaefer, Janice 194
Schaefer, Jessie 194
Scheinert, Eddie 177, 171
Schmidtkie, Larry 208
Schooley, Robert 93, 109, 188,
Schoppert, Stuart 93, 188
Razek, Joanna 208
Randall, Bill 208
Randall, Mickey 188
rry, Edna 208
rry, John 194
Rasco, Michael 207
Rasco, Wendell 88, 177
Rast, Bob 194
Rast, Chuck 177
Rast, Mike 62, 208
Rast, Sue 214
Ray, Ben 99, 177
Ray, Jimmy 208
Ray, Kathy 202
Ray, Marjorie 202
Ray, Nan 86, 188
Razek, Lois 83, 84, 194
Real, Donna 202
Reale, Hubert 87, 214
Reed, Jimmy 188
Reed, Mike 202
Reese, David 202
Reese, Stephanie 106, 188
Reese, Steven 214
Reich, Richard 202
, Robyn 214
Robinson, Anita 86
Robinson, Dale 208
Robinson, Forrest 208
Robinson, Lamar 202
Robinson, Marsha 208
, Peggy 194
Roche, Bobby 214, 202
Roche, Peggy 214
Ann 35, 188
Rockwell, Sherman 194
Roden, Bobby 138, 194
Ronat, Jeanne 214
Roosevelt, Verdery 208
Relfe, Margaret 202
Renfro, Max 152,202
Root, Dianne 177, 171
Roper, Mary 87, 202
Rorie, Mike 208
Ross, Alan 202
Roy, Bill 202
Runge, Shirley 194
Rush, Janette 67, 83, 188
Rush, Ronda 208
Russell, Angie 188
Rutledge, Lynn 194
Ruzicka, Dianne 86,
Ruzicka, Gary 214
Schrader, Connie 202
Schrader, Mary 88, 202
Schultz, Sharon 214
Scivley, Dale 202
Scott, Donald 188
sem, Kit 177, 171
Scott, Ronald 177
Scroggins, Alan 208
Seale, James 188
Seelbinder, Ric 138, 177
Segrist, Shirley 214
Selby, Elaine 208
Self, Yancy 202
Sellers, Cathy 91, 108, 109, 202
Sellers, Margaret 86, 108, 109, 188
Sellers, Marjorie 86, 109, 188
Sereno, Greg 214
Sereno, Lynda 86, 111, 118, 177 77
Sereno, Mark 208
Shackelford, Judy 202
Shannon, Rex 86, 188
Sharman, Mike 202
Sharp, Jimmy 188
Sharp, Patty 208
Sharpe, Lance 194
Shaw, Kathy 208
Shaw, Johm 202
Shell, Donna 188
Shelnut, Donna 214
Shepherd, Susanne 214
Sheppard, Jane 106, 178
Sheppherd, Bettye 214
Sheilds, Lou 194
Shoemaker, Marsha 178
111, 115, 177,
Shutz, Mary Jane 214
Sides, John 194
Sides, Marilyn 214
Sides, Paul 202
Siener, Barbara 214
Siener, Peggy 189
Simmons, Bill 208
Sims, Cynthia 189
Sims, Beverly 208
Sims, Jack 214
Sims, Sherry 202
Sisson, Jane 194
Skaggs, Sue 202
Skelton, George 195
Sumners, Steve 203
Sloan, Barbara 31, 202
Smart, Linda 32, 189
Smart, Susan 208
Smith, Charles 214
Smith, Clyde 208
Smith, Cynthia 178
Smith, David 195
Smith, Debbie 189
Smith, Elaine 189
Smith, Ester 214
Smith, Frank 208
Smith, Gary 195
Smith, Jay 208
Smith, Jenny 214
Smith, John 178, 214
Smith, Larry 195, 202
Smith, Larry 84, 88,208
Smith, Laura 202
Smith, Linda 202
Smith, Lynn 67, 178
Smith, Martha Ann 202
Smith, Nancy 214
Smith, Ree 214
Smith, Ricky 178
Smith, Ronnie 189
Smith, Roscoe 202
Smith, Susan 195
Smith, Teresa 203
Smith, Wayne 195
Snider, Sharon 203
Snoddy, Barbara 91, 96, 178
Snoddy, Beverly 195
Snoddy, Eddie 214
Snyder, Cathy 214
Snyder, Sandra 195
Sosebee, Rusty 208
Spader, Kathy 214
Spain, Ken 203
Spain, Sue 195
Spearman, John 189
Spencer, James 203
Spencer, Laura 31, 99, 109,
114, 115, 178
Spier, Chuck 214
Spratlin, Susan 63, 203
Stakes, Eddie 97, 102, 109,
Stakes, Freddie 178
Steed, Doss 195
Stegall, Bill 97, 203
Steiner, Chuck 203
Steiner, Diane 209
Stephens, Charlene 189
Stephens, Helen 209
Stephens, Richard 214
Stevens, Gay 203
Stevens, Jan 209
Stevenson, Kay 189
Stewart, Bill 189
Stewart, Maetha 209
Stewart, Malcolm 209
Stewart, Mike 189
Stewart, Ruth 203
Thacker, Serena 178
Thagard, Donna 214
Thagard, Missy 195
Thigpen, Stanley 94, 98, 178
Thomas, Alice 64, 65, 86, 97, 132
Thomas, Ann 209
Thomas, Clyde 195
Thomas, David 138, 142, 146, 160,
Thomas, Dee 214
Thomas, Jan 215
Thomas, Karen 209
Thomas, Paul 189
Stivers, Bill 93, 189
Stobert, Charles 214
Stobert, James 214
Stoklosa, Joe 203
Stoltz, Cathy 87, 99, 195
Stovert, Pete 214
Stowe, Cary 214
Stowe, Perry 189
Strain, Daivd 95, 178
Stratlin, Susan 63
Strawbridge, Newman 42,
150, 168, 178
Strawbridge , Sammy 203
Janie 83, 88, 178, 72
Tommy 67, 178
Sttipling, Mike 203, 218
Stlipling, Pat 109, 115, 178, 74
Stroer, Bill 154, 156, 157, 189
Strong, James 214
Strong, Joyce 203
Stroud, Pam 209
Strozier, Elaine 209
Thomas, Randy 209
Thomason, Bill 203
Thompson, Linda 115, 178
Thompson, Rosalind 189
Thompson, Steve 209
Thornton, Betty 203
Thornton, Luke 195
Thorp, Florence 215
Thorpe, Susan 97, 189, 93
Thrailkill, Melinda 189
Tice, Keith 52, 94, 103, 138 151
Tidd, Paula 195
Tidwell, David 209
Tilden, Allen 203
Tilden, Nancy 82, 94, 93, 109 111
Tilson, Hugh 203
Tipton, Milton 215
Tobin, Alandra 209
Tobin, Francis 178
Tomb, Blair 82, 84, 88, 138 178 68
Tomb, Bill 203
Tomb, Mary Ann 215
Tompkins, David 189
Stuart, Beth 203
Stuart, James 214
Stuart, Wheeler 189
, Cindy 111, 112, 178
Sullivan, Pam 214
Sullivan, Sue 203
s, Susan 109
Tanner, Tamp 214
Tapscott, Randy 195
Tate, Patricia 195
Tate, Rob 209
Taylor, Bobby 203
Taylor, Brenda 203
Taylor, Debby 41, 209
Taylor, Ira 189
Taylor, Linda 214
Templeton, Ed 203
Tongue, James 203
Tourney, Suzy 41, 87, 97, 195
Tousiant, Karen 179, 71
Traylor, Cathy 195
Truss, Bobby 203
Truss, Chris 203
Truss, Julie 215
Truss, Ricky 215
Truss, Tom 209
Tucker, Bill 86, 123, 179
Tucker, John 209
Tully, Bob 203
Tully, Donna 195
Turkington, Sally 93, 195
Turner, Michael 179
Twaddle, Kathy 215
Tyler, Becky 215
Tyler, Muriel 203
Underwood, Danny 215
Underwood, Tommy 189
Templeton, Linda 195
Terrell, Al 203
Terry, Carla 214
Terry, Joseph 209
Thacker, Bonnie 195
Thacker, J. R. 96, 209
Thacker, Laura 214
Underwood, Wayne 203
Urquhart, Bill 215
Usher, Charlie 215
Vance, Charles 209
Vance, James 189
Vance, Nicki 209
Vanderback, Vickie 209
Vaughn, Judy 203
Vaughn, Lamar 215
Vaughn, Mike 215
Vaughn, Nancy 203
Vaughn, Patricia 215
Wells, Jay 215
Wells, Patti 64, 65, 83, 86, 102, 109,
111, 179, 180, 219
Wise, Kenneth 215
Wolbach, Janice 203
Wolbach, Stephen 215
Wendland, Joyce 195
Wentz, Susan 88, 203
Westwater, Anne 93, 189
Whalen, Susan 203
Wood, Alan 209
Wood, Brad 209
Wood, Charlotte 31, 83, 195
Croley 138, 150, 162, 163,
Vick, Mary Jane 209
Villadsen, Martha 215
Vines, Frank 209
Viness, Eleanor 111, 112, 179
Vinyard, Gay 203
Vinyard, Peggy 189
Vitalis, Susan 215
Von Bevrin, Stephen 215
Whatley, Martha 33, 195
Wheeler, Ed 94, 154, 157, 179
Wheeler, Paul 209
Whitcomb, Martha 203
Whitcomb, Richard 209
Vowell, Vickie 83, 189
Waites, Charles 93, 108, 189
Waldo, Bryson 215
Walker, Barbara 96, 203
Walker, Lisa 215
Walker, Patti 203
Walker, Steve 203
Walker, Susan 84, 209
Walsh, Ed 93, 195
Walton, Brand 109, 112, 179
Walton, Robin 203
Ward, Ricky 195
Ware, Cathy 203
W arm ac
k, Gail 179 5
Warnick, Donna 111, 189
Warr, Patricia 215
Warren, Dianne 203
Warren, Radford 215
Warren, Richard 209
Warrington, Linda 64, 65, 195
Wash, Karen 215
Waters, Kathy 203
Waters, Newman 203
Watkins, Jane 209
Watkins, Mark 138, 189
Watkins, Paula 203
Watkins, Steve D, 158, 195
Watkins, Steve 195
Watson, Betty Lynn 215
Watson, Clark 215
Watson, Elizabeth 215
Watson, Sandra 179
Watt, George 108, 189
Watters, Carol 209
Watts, Brenda 209
Watts, Cathy 203
Wear, Michael 209
Weed, James 209
White, Becky 87, 195
White, Bill 209
White, Carol 189
White, Clifford 203
White, Don 179
White, Harvey 195
White, Jimmy 215
White, Kathy 209
White, Kenneth 215
White, Larry 209
White, Linda 64, 65, 114, 189
White, Rickey 195
White, Robert 209
Whitehead, Beverly 189
Whiteside, David 203
Whiteside, John 215
Whitfield, Robert 162, 189
Whittington, Charlotte 215
Wideman, Terry 86, 115, 179
Wiggins, ltis 39, 209
Wood, Dickie 195
Wood, Janet 215
Wood, Margaret 215
Wood, Neal 209
Woods, Johnny 215
Woodruff, Martha 215
Woodward, Mary Lynn 195
Wright Debra 209
Wright, Karen 86, 189
Wright, Kneeland 215
Wright Larry 215
Wright Marsha 32, 33, 189
Wright Michael 215
Wyatt, Carol 91, 203
Wyatt, Dianne 87, 195
Wysong, Barri 215
Yarbrough, Rachel 203
Yates, Judy 64, 65, 111, 168, 179,
Yeilding, Bill 189
Yessick, Alison 215
York, Bonnie 189
York, Jack 189
York, Karen 195
Weed, Li Ann 97, 189
Weems, Jim 45, 179
Weems, Ray 195
Wege, William 209
Weger, Micki 209
Weidenbach, Allen 189
Weidenbach, Sherry 209
Weidenbach, Steve 203
Weldon,'Jessie 118, 179
Wells, Barbara 203
Wells, Debbie 63, 83, 203
Wilbanks, Bruce 93, 189
Wilbanks, Glenda 203
Wildsmith, Anita 203
Wildsmith, Morris 85, 179
Wiley, Hank 158, 195
Wilkerson, Nancy 195
Wilkes, Joyce 87, 195
Willey, Susan 209
Williams, Clark 88, 189
Williams, David 195
Williams, Ellen 86, 179
Williams, Harold 156, 157, 160, 161,
Williams, Mary Amelia 215
Williams, Rickey 215
Williamson, Cathy 209
Williamson, Linda 95, 99, 106, 109,
Williamson, Madeline 179
Williamson, Michelle 209
Williamson, Peggy 189
Willis, Barry 179
Wilson, Elizabeth 203
Winfree, Sharon 189
Wingate, Billy 93, 92, 179
Wingate, Toni 195
Wingo, Elizabeth 195
Wingo, Gayle 215
Winstead, Sherry 215
Wintz, Barbara 189
Wise, Bobby 189
York, Sharon 179, 209
Young, Robert 195
Young, Stephen 215
Youngblood, Linda 215
Youngblood, Susan 179
Youngsteadt, Barbara 189
Youngsteadt, Denise 215
Zabel, Elaine 35, 96, 98, 112
Zaragoza, Albert 195
Zaragoza, Beverly 203
Zaragoza, Paula 215
Zimmerman, Danny 203
Zimmerman, Dick 195
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Blaylock, Margaret: Alabama College,
B. S. , University of Alabama, M. A.
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Harding, LaVondra: Alabama College,
Hartman, Donald: University of
Hawkins, Esther: Alabama College,
Helms, Eva: University of Alabama,
Herring, Evelyn: Jacksonville State,
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State, B. S.
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Southern, B. S.
Hughes, Judith: Jacksonville State,
Johnson, James: University of Alabama,
Jeffers, Lilliam: Alabama College,
Kelly, Margaret: Howard College,
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College, B. S.
Knowles, Billye: Alabama College,
Lawler, Mary: Howard College, B. S.
Lee, Phoebe: Northwestern University,
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B. S. , University of Alabama, M.A.
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Meyer, Phyllis: University of Michi-
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Southern, A. B.
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University of Alabama, M.A.
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Southern College, B.A.
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B. A. , University of Michigan,
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Woods, Raymond: Saint Bernard, A.A
Howard College, B. S.
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Southern College, A. B.
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