Cheatham County High School - Echo Yearbook (Ashland City, TN)
- Class of 1972
Page 1 of 184
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 184 of the 1972 volume:
YWLZKXUQJ7 ww- JN .
ofdhdwwffffw QWW Wm wwf '
an myfdfwlfwy JM fwfffd mfffg - 1 W
fa- JM Wa 'WM W KWH fm,
gmg 6 W WWQU WA frfwf
mmafd Www ff' WW M
ZS ' f-ll 062' , - Lf .
Zim My wwf dilyfifwwffigggggg by
U i 40- f UQ' 'WO Z '
1,12 2322 MUJQ QQQQTM, MfM?iA3!3Qf0472,Lfgq?z-UWJQ,
wif ffwfiffm Wdww 5Ki'QfLQw mmf
bf amdflwwf CWM! fflgfyg, 536
quam M04 MQW' 44 GLY WL 1 fwzfiwf
gf LC fzobgj amd 004110 QM, 00- ao! 11.645,-1
. idhidk IW, NM pf. AU yLqm?g!JLm Qfff, My
QQLGCML My flow 121, J 622- gnc! 2
vw W4 MMWW . UMM
5f5"A5' U'bMJ0h if VJ
ik f '
, W ,bf
My M as W AW KW
mm? Qakafovigy 1
f95w,3Jf4',f ggg '
fm G QQ'f,M
MPM 41 M
,awv-2 0lDcX4Pi-QZIAO-'fi aff
ZQULJMWWM' ffWw'1MJfJWJf W
u O www
Cgfwq, Mm wfwfw-Q ,fm
WM VMMJMME ifadwf
Obbu' 'QAM Liang,
R13-Qi9v-W'fWM.PQ,JD gi, VMWQJQJQMV
rms-I..-.3Q.N-Q, JL -tj, :ji QQLW
,Q JN mmf OL Wilt WW MMM
W NQM35 MW W
WM www ew wg mx, ,m,L,LLQ3Tf1,b.,Q,f,9Q 11 Mm? Wy
Sing MM Omg W mow awww .QQ LW9,
x J Q M
- MWVM M9277 Wk
J ,WJ .,QQ,,,,VQcQ
-V A A A lA,, ,-
.. . .F'-13,1 1 ,A 2315
. ,. ,MQW L5-M.N..XM4..xa:gg,fey
1 k.., .2223
54 f iffy, iw-4,',ff55.1zfggs5Qgg?' 3 -Eh
f h 2
fw,:,1'.ff:,f A-'I 1
. .gr,,wM.,, MW
' Khuw-M 91221624 if'
Snow builds' up on lheL trees and
Wouldn't it be great to go home early?
stick to the highways?
W-2-'W-W., ,.,4gfi1,mg '-
Jw: r 4
, ..u. f
Ag boys draw plans for the future.
11 5 7
I I W
xyic QA.. 0' U5
qcw.. f me cf-lg' Ja 5
W W W M
A E K.: 's Qb 4 'TV m
, I3 C?n'L't
6 I X 'L.n.n?iCcX lvfvx-Q, N gr 'K-.vx!S
' ' w y '-ifwk New-'YA-4 MAMA-'W '
AQUMT, . K.,fQ-g,1z.,xL-ZJYAD Q56 m,3gXWr:NJ,s. .,f.:Wi,
A Vfw gwvx txvys-'4QK,,,.,.,,..,S.x.,N,,..Xen: .- S, Xe
KSC MN dxf . L: LDC MWC, QD Jer? A.,
A f Q5 G Q Y cvfo 15 C7 .J
p lv- 7 1 N kr' ,
as yi v, W K 1 Mx an LFQAQ QA' Aka,-,,l.f'
bbjtch' Nslx.-Qekf 0
YC O-LMA 0"5K JCC? QQ
A 'OUECY lunch hour provides time for a needed rem
QM, Q X5-fi
if x X , A52 V N 'A 'f"""'J, if W v
gr Li A TKYQ K XTgLrf'-fo Q
-'vxJf-f"w..- A. L0-'LQLL' O , X.-V gk Q Xing.:
,, . 'Q ,mix Ji fmi '
LQMMUV M WQJ
YWJLA 3' K Vs, Oz X f x
QMNW 'M x, M- h Mba?-W
wg' y Dba --41.42 1 U'
U Qxbagx 1-,Syl w X ,J X
V Qi X09-Q40 ich, ---f'2
R 'Who' L 'U-'fm .- al
Q 3 A-X Q15 199' M"" X , X,3u,,f9f'lJ ,JL
Jw ,- 'Vw
O,-Sw ff! . 231+ QJX-JVM
J off .EQ-fwc
fvllww 1 WH ww
. XM vu J J
jaws Vi: 'jgwig-"'
M, Q UH'
. cf' , h L r .
Mi of ksxfwff fwwrg QEWAL
f JJ .A ,lffcj I Q Sn"
N hx XVQQL. L51 M055 3564 S
J -r.JLxSJ55SJ X13 'VY' x., Cf LF
PBR JY X' YJ Klxpajqbgujg'
,. 'V - 31.
uf GBP Q50-fi
ofthe career I could have had ln sewing.
't , ,.":N-fx
x 'F 5
X , 1
. A '
ffalji , L
,-1447? f I
' -wait f HQ
W ':?"i:!, WIS'
S fvigggwfgiimlq azz-
4 .4554 gre
- lf Q71
Age, , 4
1 if '
, X V
- I . f
31rewfyzqg-IIf5ig,,:z"N-wqqIA,efsAAzI:,If Jiff - f 2 , - I
A I A
, A if AA A,,f2AIeAA If
Q ff A , - I
Vi, , .
.AI AI: Kg
I I K -f.. 5 A AKA
I ' 1 Iyw,
:, 'Q . ,I ,gy
Ag IIA, f ..
Q I 59- 4 A
Ig TRAI ON A I
I .MINISTR f ' A IIIA ,ix
IDN I MINIST RATIQ '
ON ADMIISISTRA I IDD I
A A DMINLSI 2 I
I INIS A AD MINI TR A A s
I INISTR ADMINI A AD I I
I I MINISTRA DMIN 'A ' ADMI f
MINISTRAT ' MIN - A ADMIN
ADMINIST - -
A m f
I IMINISTRAT' I' N ADNIINISTRA A N A If I
E IENIINISTRA 'I' ' QQMINISTRAT A N
I MINISTRA IvIINIsTRA'IID'wf A INI
A MINISTRA INISTRATIONMADMINI
I MINISTRA IVf'IIjIISTRATION ADMINI
MIINIISTRA .A FADMINISTRA VDMINI
I INISTRAT A - I AA DMINI
I I I,..,AA ili
I AA I
If IN ISTR ATIQN A p v IA I A
INISTRATION ADMINIS I D A I
I INISTRATIUN ADM IN I A A3 I II N ' DMINJ
NISTRATIUN ADMIN I N A DMINI
R TION ADMI GN ADM INI
I A A AI TION ADMI N I
if 1 A:I A'Il I 5 5 IIA -I Ig
' WT I ADMINAISTRATIION ADMINI
ADMIN ISTRA TIUN ADMINI
ISTRATION ADMINISTRATION' ADMINI
A I ,J I N I ST R A T I ON A D M IN I S T R A T I O Nix
A I A I
A I U L I A I
A as I -gff-15'
Mr. Nile A. Todd comes to us from Lawrence County
High School as our new Principal. As our school gets big-
ger new problems arise and it falls Mr. Todd's lot to deal
with these problems. Rarely do the students or teachers get
to see him when there is not something wrong. But he is
also instrumental in bringing about the routine that causes
school to happen and keeps it functioning smoothly.
"Coach'7 Spangler as the Assistant Principal has a
linger in every pie. He gets in on all the problems, too.
Occasionally, he finds time to shoot a game of pool in the
rec. room he helped set upg more often he is working on a
basketball tournament schedule or organizing intramurals
for the students. Sitting at a desk, as in the picture at the
left, is the one thing he rarely does.
Though not regular classroom teachers,
these people are essential to teachers and
Mrs. Henley Works directly with the
Principal and Assistant Principal in sched-
uling. She also is in charge of getting all
transcripts and college application's filled
out. Yet she always finds time to talk to the
Hours of work go into proper cataloging and keeping track of our library resources, Mrs, Fielder does all this as well
as ordering new books and helping students locate information when they need it.
Mrs. Elaine Johnson can smile hereg evidently the registers
are not due yet. One of the school's two secretaries, the
attendance reports, once a terrible plague to teachers, is her
chief concern. Stephanie and Gretchen are her chief con-
cerns away from school.
If you chance to hear someone whistling a tune as he walks
down the hall it will be Mr. Dennis Barnes, band and chorus
instructor at CCHS. Mr. Barnes graduated from M.T.S.U.
Though not a member of the faculty, she performs services for all faculty members
and all students. Mrs. Linda Perry probably knows more about the total operation
of the school than anyone except the Principal and the Assistant Principal.
Leading our football team
to an improved season this
year, was our new geogra-
phy and Civics teacher Mr.
Jerty O'Neal Bishop, Help-
ing students develop to their
maximum, potential and en-
joying his work absorbed a
considerable amount of Mr.
Anita Jo Brashears, known for her knowledge of physical education and her talent
to talk her way out of or into anything, is a favorite among students. Her first year
at CCHS, she comes to us from M.T.S.U. Because she enjoys working with students,
the Sophomores elected her a sponsor.
Mr. Dale Brinkley has returned to his old "Alma
Mater" to teach Algebra, Biology, and General
Math. He is a graduate of U.T. with a B.S. His
favorite sports are basketball, football, and baseball.
One of our most respected teachers at CCHS, Mrs.
Pinky Christian is noted for her dedication and in-
terest in school affairs. A graduate of the University
of Tennessee she teaches Senior English, Latin I
and II, and French.
z ' W
One word can be used to describe Mrs. Karen Cannon. That word would be "dedicated,'. A
senior English teacher, Mrs. Cannon enjoys working with plays, which is quite evident each year
with her fine direction of the senior plays.
Always interested in trying new teaching ideas which will benefit his students is Mr. Earl Cannon.
A graduate of CCHS and Austin Peay State University he teaches World History and World
Going into his second year at CCHS is Mr. Wayne Darrow, a graduate
from Tennessee Tech. During his leisure time he enjoys car races and
rallies. His knowledge and understanding of people and government are
a valuable asset in the classroom where he teaches Government, sociology
If you see a new face running around the science pod, her name is Mrs. Patricia
Elam. She is a graduate from University of Tennessee at Martin, with a B.S. degree.
She is the sponsor of the Science club and sewing during her spare time.
if ,,,. gf
The man who is an outstanding football coach and led the CCHS gir1's varsity
basketball team to the district tournaments is Coach Bo Elliott, It is his first
year of teaching at CCHS. He teaches boy's physical education, he graduated
from Austin Peay State University with a B.S. degree in physical education.
Those who are reading this should recognize the determination
of Miss Brenda Dozier, Again this year she sponsors the annual,
adding originality annd diversity, only capable by this teacher
of an. A sparkling individual who has many different talents.
In his second year as mathematics instructor, Mr. Bruce Gibbs is known for his Mrs. Becky Gayle is noted for friendly association with the stu-
friendly manner with students. He is interested in most types of sports but golf and dents she teaches. She is a typing and General Business instructor.
tennis are among his favorite. He is an APSU graduate with a BS. Mrs, Gayle graduated from MTSU.
Miss Francis Fults can always be seen hard at
work in the home economics department
helping girls learn the new world of sewing
and cooking. She is a B.S. graduate from the
University of Tennessee.
Mrs. Linda Fizer is a dedicated member of the business department. She teaches both typing and book
keeping. A collector of antiques, she is a graduate of APSU with a B.S.
A face not previously seen here at CCHS is that of Mrs.
Jean Woodell Johnson. A Freshman and Sophomore
English teacher, Mrs. Johnson says she received her
satisfaction from teaching by seeing a student's eyes
light up as he discovers something previously unknown
about himself and his world.
A truly dedicated teacher is Mike Jurreau. He energetically pursues his career teaching
Freshmen and Sophomores Health. His warm smile and winning personality makes
Health a pleasure to his students.
Mrs. Jackie Johnson, Junior English instructor, can well be called
the students' best friend. She proves this by being a good listener and
by finding new, exciting teaching ideas. Mrs. Johnson received her
B.S. from U.T. Martin.
One of the most colorful and enthusiastic teachers in the Eng-
lish pod is Mrs. Paulette Hart. Her students recognize her as
L' . a teacher willing to experiment with new ideas. She has a
,gf 5 lwigfsfiif iei'ii J B.A. from Trevecca College.
A former student at CCHS, Mr. Jerry Long continues to show his dedi-
cation and interest in this school by teaching both American History and
World History. He graduated from Austin Peay State University and is an
active sponsor of the Beta Club.
.1 , EL
. 'T gp .
,K A,rt,,t,,, , 1,, ,, ,ttt, t,,,, . ,
. W .. ...na am. E fwasezgreet:-:wafwtsintfeL1xat.x.!rwwas
Coming to us from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Coach Mike Lockert has
been a smash here during his first year. He coached the Freshmen basketball girls to a
winning record and second in the district.
This being her second year here at CCHS Mrs. Teresa Lee is
really making her way up to the top among her students. She
sponsors the FHA, Science Club, and Sophomore class, She
graduated from Tennessee Tech University with a B.S, degree. '
During her spare time she enjoys sewing, cooking, tennis, and
l?5d?'fv-L' . '
"Watching boys and girls become men and women," says Mr.
Thomas Richard Johnson is his most enjoyable aspect of
teaching. A teacher of Driver's Ed. and American History,
Mr. Johnson concentrates on any outdoor related activity.
Withstanding criticism and controversy, Mrs. Joyce Mayo has man-
aged to pull the Cub Scripts through for the second year, An ad-
vocate of creative thinking, she teaches journalism, speech. and Eng-
lish. Her favorite things are a good cup of coffee and an interesting
"Starting with a little something and ending up with a polished, fin-
ished productf' This is Jimmy Maxey's combination hobby and oc-
cupation. A teacher of Vocational-Agriculture, he surprises all with
his unorthodox behavior.
Peggy Mays, in her first year at CCHS, has won the friendship and
admiration of many of our students through educational student-
teacher rap sessions. Along with sponsoring the Speech Club, she
teaches speech and English. In her spare time she enjoys dancing,
singing, sewing, and motorcycling.
Mr. Cordell Majors is a favorite in the agriculture field. Known for his interest
in FFA, he is a graduate from Tennessee State University.
Mrs. Janelle Powell is one of the smiling faces in the
business department. A teacher of Shorthand 2, Ofhce,
and Secretarial Practice, she is known for her easy
going and jolly manner. Her spare time is spent read-
ing and sewing. She graduated from Austin Peay State
A 'fa - 'ii
Through new teaching ideas. Mr. Carl Milligan has established a repu
tation for the unexpected. He graduated from Austin Peay State Uni
versity with a B.S. He teaches sophomore English and sponsors the
Mr. Granville Pack is one of our well known mathematics teachers. His inter-
est and dedication to CCHS is unquestionable. He is a graduate from Middle
Tennessee State University.
Trying always to prepare girls to be good home-
makers is Mrs. Rebecca Morse. She takes an active
interest in the FHA groups and is a graduate of
... 1 di
g A new teacher to CCHS, Mrs. Carol Ann Petty comes to us from David
' Lipscomb College. Her hobby, raising tropical flesh and working with
Energetic and competitive certainly apply to Mr. Mike Schrecker. As
coach of the varsity boy's basketball team he is in constant contact with
the squad instilling within them the determination to win. I-le is a grad-
uate from APSU,
A familiar sight at school is Mr. Alvin Rose an American History and
economics teacher, He received his MAT from Vanderbilt University
and his B.A. from David Lipscomb College. He is sponsor of the Bible
Club and also serves as minister for Sycamore Chapel Church of Christ.
aquariuns, corresponds with the subject she teaches, Biology.
Mrs. Mary Rogers, teacher of shorthand and typing
is a former student of CCHS. She is a B.S. graduate
from APSU who enjoys reading and helping her stu-
dents in any way she can.
Well-known and respected can be used to convey the students feelings toward
Mrs. Fay Shearon. Teaching English and Developmental Reading, Mrs. Shearon
devotes what spare time she has to reading, sewing, and golf.
f el't 7 i s r'
.. , t t
at ix? is
4' 'wi rvisfi' -'iizflfffjtilililww ' :HL I . 2 W' 'N
" - S
THEM Jitrfrint 2162 Q , ' if ff
iii sill" r fb
I ' . V
X B r "iss:
5 my ' V
,V my Ikvk 'A 'hruuw X ,
r s.,NNM:?',L5 V ,.,,...M -
.hug 'Mu Q A ,, 1 fav
ff X 1 ,, ...ZW1 ,fe is-if
' .rf '-' ef..-A-M
Active is Mr. Rudy Smith's middle name. He teachers Business Math,
General Business, coaches baseball, and is a Junior class sponsor.
Mr. Smith received his B.S. from APSU.
Returning from an absence considered much too long, Mr. Joseph Norris
Spaulding leads the freshmen and sophomores in the science department. An
APSU graduate, Mr. Spaulding states that he simply enjoys helping.
A familiar face among those in the mathematics pod is
Mr. Otis Thompson, who is interested in promoting the
field of math. He has a B.A. from Trevecca College.
UENTS D 1
E IOR CLASS
The Seniors have accomplished a great deal since they were
Freshmen. The boys won the intramurals for three consecutive
years. They won first place in the float contest when they
were juniors. They fought for and helped to get the prom.
Here the Senior officers are seen getting ready for the great-
est accomplishment of all-graduation.
The Senior class officers are: president, Jimmy Andrews:
vice-president, Rick Statler: reporter, Steve Phillipsg Secre-
tary, Teresa Marting Treasurer, Shirley Long.
Ronnie Anderson Jimmy Andrews Leonard Atkinson
Glenn Baker Carnell Ballard
Dianne Barnette Janice Batey Ronnie Bayles
Curtis Bell Sherril Bell Ollie Benefield
p, . I U al
Larry Binkley Wanda Binkley
June Boyd Theresa Bracey Charlene Brandon
Linda Bilbrey Dale Binkley Dan Binkley
E ' M 1972
Johnny Babbitt Melissa Bowers
Dwayne Brizendine Donald Bruce Allan Bumeuc
Brenda Butner Sharman Cannon Linda Carney
Glenda Chunn Sterling Clayton
Jackie Cook Nora Cuttrell Jim Davidson
Gary Chandler Raymond Chapman Richard Choate
Kenny Clement Marshall Cole
fw1,,Q. . .
Martha Davidson Terry Denny Jerry Driver
Mike Ellis Pansey Ellis Eddie Fells
Diane Finch Janet Forbes
Patricia Gentry Wanda Gibbs Jimmy Gilliam
Regina Glasgow John Grady Julia Greene
Lorrie Grimn Susan Guplon Wanda Hailey
Bobby Harris Dean Harris
Ricky Harris Mike Hendricks Scott Hietl
David Hunt Mike Jarell
Jerry Johnson Larry Jones
as 'F wi if
2' , 'ff
N V. L MA 1' ,
Michael Justice Marcia Keith Lisa Key
Mike Jennette Eddie Jinnette Teresa Johns
Steve Jones Joyce Jordan
Sarah Krantz Steve Lewis John Link
Shirley Long Joyce Lynch
Teresa Martin Johnny Matlock
Anita Moore Patricia Mosier
Delores Harris Moulton
Debra Nicholson Kathy Nicholson
Mafgafene PCUY Steve Phillips
Karen Osborne Kenneth Overton Holly Pace
Mike Perry Karen Perry
Eddie Potts Paulette Pugh Jean Pursley
Kathy Read Susie Read
Karen Schoonover Doug shearon
fy 1'1":w, Q
Pam Shivelv Fred Smith
Vincent Rose Deborah Sadler Donna Sanders
Mark Shearon Bonnie Simpkins
Loretta Smith Ann Smock Holly Spann
Ricky Speakman Jackie Stack Kathy Staggs
June Stewart Johnny Stokes
Connie Taylor Willadean Taylor Mary Teasley
Scott Stanley Rick Statler Vicki Stephens
Steve Stuart Mike Sullivan
Debbie Townsend Mark Turrentine Van Vick
Steve Walker Betty Waynick
Gloria Williams Jimmy Williams
Melissa Wells Arthur Williams Donna Williams
lv i is
Jo Williams Ray Wiser
CLASS HI TORY
Now that we are approaching the final steps to graduation. let us look back into the four years of our lives that made it
all possible. Although we now sec that these four years are coming to a close. they will always be cherished in our hearts
as 'fthe good times',.
Stepping back into the mind's memory, we come upon the date of September, l968. Here 243 young boys and girls
were pushed into a new style of life and labeled Freshmen, Little did they know that four long years afterward only I73
of them would emerge at that illustrious state called "Senior.', Most of our Freshman year consist of finding our way
around through the maze of halls. making new friends out of old rivals from elementary days. trying to shake off the
"green" that so often accompanies a Freshman. and staying out of the way of the upperclassmen. who seem to tower
over us at gigantic heights. During this period. life was hectic but exciting and unforgettable memories linger.
Then, as if some supreme power from above had taken pity on us. we became Sophomores. No longer did the tower-
ing upperclassmen look quite so threatening and we looked back upon our Freshman year and learned from our mis-
takes and problems. Now. knowing that we weren't the smallest people in the school, we quickly gained confidence. We
set our goal on the first place status in the fioat competition, but the incorrect spelling of 'fSophomorei' caused us to sufier
defeat, Yet. this did not stifle our desire to be an outstanding class and. before the year was out. even the Seniors knew
us by name. as we beat them in the hard fought intramurals. Each year our class grew smaller. but stronger in a well-
fashioned manner. Upon graduation from our Sophomore status. we also graduated into a beautiful. new multimillion
Stepping into the new school for the first time as Juniors. we were as lost as the Freshmen. but we soon recovered and
took our long-awaited positions as upperelassmen. Excitement flowed through each individual as we placed our order
for our senior rings. Now all we had to do was hgure out how to pay for them, The idea ol' a once-unheard of Junior-
Senior Prom was born and. after some hard-fought battles with many opponents. solid plans were set for it. Magazine
sales made the appropriate money for the prom. and on one night in April. the "Impossible Dream" became a true real-
ity. Our flashy new senior rings glistened in the sunlight and made life more bearable for us, and less bearable for the
underclassmen. Victory in the fioat competition put even more glamour into our Junior year and. as Student Council
Elections drew near. everyone got into the scene to promote his favorite candidate. Mark. Steve. Debbie and Pam. emerged
as victors in the election to lead us into our most important year of gchool,
Then. ill lOI1g l21SI. Olll' dreams Came true. and We stepped into the school as Seniors. We were now the towering upper-
Cl21SSmeH that We feared so much as Freshmen. We were How in the 'tspotlightu of all school activities. We were now
responsible for leading the school for a last. final year. Our senior year was filled with plays. blackouts. ballgames. home-
C0miUg. Cl21l1CeS and work. The first play to be presented in the new school became reality after sixty hard days of work.
And, for many the 'gSound of Music" shall ring in the cars and hearts of each for many days to come. Senior keys made
us stand even taller, and memory books made us start realizing that our school life was quickly drawing to an end, Al-
though all of these memories come back to us in vivid images, an even more important change came about in each of our
lives. Through each year. teachers carefully shaped well-learned facts into our heads as well as molded characters and
personalities. The main reason for the four years spent here at CCHS has been completed and made possible by all the
good times of the past. So let us think as we take the few last steps to the podium where we shall obtain the sheepskin
that has long eluded us. of the people. friends. ei emies. and loved ones that we have created over the years. And let us
' 1 - , ' A ' I - 1 V .
know that the tears that trickle down our cheeks .5 we once a lun step into a new world. called life. are for the good times.
52 01 X V 'J I
, , .ri . dell
The Juniors play a vital role in promoting the "good times" here at C.C.H.S. Each year the Juniors hold magazine sales,
which in turn pay for the Junior-Senior Prom.
People can always tell when magazine time nears for they see Juniors everywhere, talking to prospective buyers, and con-
vincing them to buy from them. Magazine sales always involve hard work, but they always provide excitement for the Juniors
and they seem to work harder when they remember that the magazines are payment for the prom, the more magazines
sold, the better the prom.
The prom is always one ofthe highlights of the school year and it is up to the Juniors to see that it is enjoyable, well-
organized, and exciting. They also have to plan the theme, decorations, refreshments, and entertainment. This is one way
the Juniors salute the Seniors.
President ofthe class, Dana Perry, vice president, Sherrie Biggerstaffg secretary, Penny Sandersg treasurer, Mike Lane, and
reporter, Kenneth Wahl are seen sitting down to discuss the business of the year which lies ahead of them.
With leaders such as these, who have the support of the entire Junior class you can bet the Juniors are going to be up front
with the rest of the school in providing the "good times".
UNIOR CLASS GFFICERS
. , 2: ,, I
' e tt
-15, . -1 ti
X In t
P B Lf
1, 1 :sf :C , '
if J S
r AT s
X if i iii i
1 A 4 ,
X 'xi 3
l 1 I
,' , Nl
- L . 'Y
M if A Y A
" -N . ' 14:4
,Le 4' ,RK 1,571-
. X' hw wxgyglkifg
- -wx , l'
Lou Ann Bowers
- lr u i-in
, .1 N
,fq , lt
. v Q
all ig gf
- ' ,4
' '-22953 tuba,
. 1, J..
J! l i 3
,gym RL New
X f L. .t
ffofi QL 55 3
N selse - S
i fig' My 1 . K
5 - e fftzgosli li :-l
lli T i is J
, , Eg!
' f .1
, L , A ' e gg-w
vii: ' W 1"
E i i l-. i
iff ilso -
yi: f . Q-
ll E 3 ,
. it .
i- ti v
, - 4 iff
ff' V . im
fr? ' .
2 " ,,,.W '- 'Q f
"'. " fl "
se . as, 1. ,
2-s -5 ' . . fy
aff . Awfzf Ska, is -
',. 1 if
1 , R
1 " . A
KJ ' K xl" L' VJ
2.1 'W f 8"
1 ' N
. ... ..
5 V.V:7A, I. x'1. 5 '15, 1 -7
, . 2. .ii
. h A
- lk 1ag A J
4 'r I
" ' ' Elaine
Deborah G. Krantz
Deborah L. Krantz
R, L, Lewis
V V In
1 'X JN
JE jg, '
6, 'wet K,
9. 4- 'Z -t
52 11.5, Q...
f-lv? 'S y' T54
, wwe ef.3g,w.f5te
:Z 915' 5' '
Q 'a v .. 1 .-
,r 13,3 if uf: ,gezrth
, l J,..W.y, H J , V, mf
132 , ij,
'ia Y, ay
, ,,,, ,,, C Nil
9' - ' ff'
'TSW - -k-' -1
,,. . ,.,.unr--W-"'0y'
f e -L
5 N Q '
at ' R ' '
gf I ,
f l' 1 A 1
' 1 1 xv
l at , 'fe
.X K Fvkgr
X .ra Q E
The Sophomores do their part in promoting "goodtimes" by taking active part in all school activities, Here seen in front of their float are class officers: Max
Vick. presidentg Brenda Keith, vice president: Carla Chambliss, secretary: Buddy Burnette, Treasurer: and Steve Proctor, reporter.
-'.-m'5'f5w"a:.r z, .
xl fa 1,. ,
fr L r .. E , J
at Lf' 5 W J ' I 1 :figs
ji X 'faq , Q
M, s 'S 7 .r ,
f 1 5 ii Q30
it e Q , ig ei
cf' Ha it . B' 11
1-.-9 , ...wg '
19 is e .
A 1? 1
r ' - 5 f ..:
.Gif J egg, , Q
is 25 I J if aught
'iw' - 5-airy.
'E ' '..
ri 3 ,.
if H, f
Mary Kay Buchanan
Nancy Jo Edgin
i n V
' f V ' '
K iw-.-tv K ,
t f J
, . ef f u Q 17
Q 4 J ,f5J,,.k gy it L
,M ' - .sl 'S ' -' '
5 ,. I 'jg 4 Q.
'srl ' ,. ,, my I f, Qbqva R-
V -pm . . -' V Lt V
1 fu' , ., ,,,,,s K M. W
W' ' ,',e 321- 7-wa M 6 Q J 'tx . 1 ' Ig. e A ' lr -Fi-
' W2 2 if r . .P ., :i,.f'f"f"'l, at - .
X it 'Hi-:feQ .hgi' ,Aa I fig "" Y I 5
1 :V ,z , '- 1 .11. . y,,,f. -s,::s,- Mm ' 4 345.
A 5-fflxk W t, 'r A f-49 ff-
" 'i 5-VT' 'Et Jew L ,.
'if' li 1-
p. .5 -. -.
. , ' J, 139' ,a ,.,-' 6
' my ,ZZ ' A ' Il.
W 7 at 12 V J
. X av ,
ma y J
..,p- ,K I
fiii eff ,. V
i i ty
-'ln ze , .
, fi- L
Ax :?,Jas at
i .J e
5 2' ' .
t we S J
J - ia-
, 1+ 5
', ' ,,,.,s.
. ,, f was
af QW. -
- 2. ,
i i C A
i Q fi
, 5 in V 5 AJL
wa., ' Q, .i ,gf .
mmf E iff '
if 45, - FN "
-125, at ' J K f' ,
45 5 .'
L. .im z a- 'N
'4 iw: Qs fs '
A .7 A QW. 245
Q A A 5
' ifiQl.,Q,,.a A.-CMH
a ,gy nga-,fi 2
V A I 'V K s'w.,,,,,L, .k ,
,, . FV '
Q, m , Qyw by V .
a 1 ,H K -fly FW f H 'A
. .ttl M rg ff
. J t.i1l A
e"1"W7"4 ete" '
1 L egg A
.K . mm- ,
, , 12-7,
sf: "f""'.,.,e 1
,, ,J 5 v.
2 , .
A Jw -
, an ,
-I ' . , Huff
ii? , .
' 1 ,
J :fa 'W
W ' . nw..
.. gl' .twl-fa-ff .
r' - H
. if m'Lm.h" fi
fe ' 1,1 " . W1 ,Q ' it
' C , x :viva , f fl . ,
' .?.s ..v ' ypqwh
" 1 f' -f -- i
.. gsm.. . , ' an A J f " L'
' 4 , f -.
K ,V 'LL. W'
,C 9' J!
. ,. 1 ,.,Vk 1232 ,
K 1 ,. - fri
ii 5 'Q
i' B his 'Q' N ,
: Y? J'
535 C :- eg fy, g 1 ra g g L
f J , ,,,A . J 5' f ,f ,
t t 1 at
X en. 5 , A
fm? tv- eu ,Qi -, .sci-Q., f. J ' if aw
-ati? ', Q . Q 5 A l
,XX M, , 41 xg!! K '
, is F 3 A,yk W W tc m V N
,, A K tg, ' -el :V i
at Q- f ' P M B J -I :sm
. if is . , A if - ' J' N ,515 V
if B C V ieet J i . J
'E ig-' . I gy K Q Q ,XC ' ,
ag? ' 312 if 4 . -- -- 'il J - -' ' s 'Fw i -W
' ' 1 gr , 1 - .K . Y PM .
1 3 -mix . ff' ' 2' gi 4' V QVC! X " Q-
, um --5 - if - . A L Q .
, ' , X V
J X Z i it "ti ' u , A
A .t - . , v l' 3 fk X 4 as A K 4 W Arts' -fly
I ,br 1 g O ,
K VA . I W t A K .K Vx
Q- ' ea it .f J . ff- me 4 ' Hi i 'f ""i '-
ffiz. .-, 7 l, '. , I 'WT le 'iv W9 -iw . K'
th t? " P5 xtehta J. l "TT if 'W K 58 'xg1.5,1g1: ' 5' f - :XX 2 U
- - fsfftiiti
'ts Jia ,
Roy C. Newman
Roy W. Newman
Mary Jean Read
H. T. Wilson
1. 5 I 1.
Q A E
y yy 1 4 My
-W Vg Z -1 7 .5 -VVT
gt. t A L as f . l ,
5 'ii' ff Q. 'V I ,i i ff? 'ip
S ' X t or ' '
iss? i L'l' f 1 V
wav - " Z.
'Q-. 'V rts P AF? ft f " A
.. K 5' wt rw fv i ,f 'J
-t ' 'ii' fi K X, L D
TPI. 'f'e ' "' te" 1 g, I.
,-3,35 V . on W gt
: iii., ffitm-, ---QW .
lttt . 1
if. , f Wiley:
FRE HMAN CLASS OFFICER
Even though the Freshmen were
just learning their way around
C.C.H.S., they helped keep "good
times" going with their determina-
Pictured are class officers: presi-
lent, Jeff McLaughling vice presi-
dent, Eddie Hamptong secretary,
Rochelle Sappg treasurer, Kathy
Dwyerg and reporter, Kristy Pace.
f .l .v my
,, . ,,..,1 of -:g5..:Jf5g
fr . a s 5 f
,. 4 ., , W.. f '
.. , im 1
, . ,, We
E X J ,
,- 3 E
-f l,, J. , .
V ga ,,,'f4, "W
f 'Qft ,A
A, 'I v ,B is 73 ' 3'
if x ' ge
:QV ,' 6 N , . v I F L, . .5 yan
2, , . wwe:
Mu ' x 51...
T, ' iii ' ii: 1,55 . '
gi x fre .3 it
2-.1 A fi ,Har V ' "ik . .
C T my
I aa A
T . A ,tm
.K K , E - ga... .gf
we teelt - .J .f '
X 'iffiys H 'll' f'i'f'ii:?.
mi ..--.-, . J, ,,.,. g Q W, T
. f t s i 'Q ' 3. 1'
, A T , D
K L 3. , .E-AL Tv .:.,. ,J XF, wg:-
Nt at H , f 5 is El - X
l ,stills .,., , -ff, ., ' X g.gg..aif' ' A , , 1, K
' A -, t E
W E V M Hma n g 1 - ' ,.
T , 7"- 32.1, a n 5 Q 'El'
as I -if: i f 1 Km., 'W'
Q' , ' "F H "' fr' k,Q:1',iXiiigf. f 1.
W ' X I '-'Emi Sezl-'- Us A
L t 1 .,'. 1' ,
Q-a s ' all Je. A
as W... ., A A 1 .1: 1, 1. I'
l ' 2535315 L -if .M
, V X
li yii iir :tl
. F W -115
F 1 at
, 1 -
X5 'l ga' ,
I l A X
R to A it w e P
237 ,R "
4 Q Q
Donald Ray Adams
. . if -f x Q 5,311
W l J can arias
f , :lijfsl
if '1 'flij J
it fl .
.37 . ,,.e 1 13,55
"i mist ,, V-iz,
ivp 1 up
wi. , 'X l I
. . f sua'
f r H '25
-- t - -
ii 1 ii if
:Tr Q fr-
K1' ,gif e'e,- -Zi, .
it -1 '-L? -k.- W "" lj '
p , J A ,Isl
6 .., V N A
,t -.3 " f, i'
fi 3, ,., i,:'i'1AXi " Q' iff, Q A -e
it uw 3406 V if 7,
Wa gif! , if J -a up
is 1. ii j
A ' ffl'
. , , ,, X
ii J A
V - ' 1 T ' ' if ff J 5. ,
f ' 453 '- . J 'F 'Fi-Ji
' f . zfg Q
' ' - ' fr '51 'Q ' Fieffsqa
5 1 f 1-
f , - ,H . ' .1 ., ' i
-. Q it S
if it ' . ,. X
' f waz, '
L- ., .
fa J' f,!a
. -A X 2 , ,I
U .V Nti,
9 of 5 1- ' tial.
., . 2
ii b L . fy
4 til l
fi A. s
it i m Q J
, Wig - ', A
m X V- ' .J
ii s a t J 2" 'J '-
, . - h
- ',,.. fp Q
y y to yyy 'Q 1 ,, "b
'iw i ig idk'
W . ' . '
fa- F' 1
'w .. Jr' . ,
- ,S 1,
T ' ei
.V , I 3 L,
, . S , , ,
V: - V :au . ,ff
v A 5,
t x , Q- at
J. L 5
Q, Q: " ig., ' X in kv, ,
,3 , WT ,
. 1 kj L
A 'li' L L
i s J
1, ' 33415 1 .
LW V is., 4,,,xM
.1 I at , l
.' " if ,fx-
E K -ay , t .
L A J 5?
'a f is
. K ' 1 J
, 1 r Li- ,
Q - ,1, if , '
'J 5 J PM ,-
, ' " E Yi "
1, A A I ,. r n 5.
s if t R 5,
2, ' E ei 1
it f T.. ,
r i' ,,L y A
J. i t 'S
f 55, ,
we.. , .
1 :JY f K ' '
' 11,,.a, M., ' 'W'
E+ 1 .'
it J st't S' .
fr! fl .
. iQfQ,t,f:i3g1g,,. , mm
A ,,,, px
121 94 S at
. W- '.,'i""ll:
2? , 7,
J el Lili .
, ' mr
me J J .
iff' 4 K5 t
' : J dl
. . . .. A
.. '-t .Wd
i -V 5 i
g , WI J r ' 1 '
inte' Y ,, V1
1 . gb jf if-t w AJ ? U
1 .1" 1 Mil. kv T-321' , I r W t
M A Q Q K
'I gf. H
Q ,y,g ,.,. 5 '1
..,, ',,f K , . I. ' 9
r f J - , tip.-, wg S J
a aa ,J
,Q 5.1 E
:v I ,sa i s ,
'tg 'ii ' ii ,
2 .3 Gff s f ltr, tyyg,
l ux B
X M K
, i , ,W a n ,.,. M,
,A Q r
. . I an
.'T,a'V.,Ri.? Q, .,
X' ' ' - , ,, r 1 'se
fu Jfl'i1g " . , 3 . , 3
, A i K , K . 1 M
- ,d 1- . , Wi
xi gps? W' , Q a s tl
y ' Z WF. .ik
5 J 4 ' lil
g ', Z s. .lov .
5 , I I Y
. il ,V R nge? na, Ov,-ss
wS21,..x2 M, -
, P Qi. 'gttiieitx ft
. , N.
i Q 'Li . ,-,Ai
, . D D ettt ,, we
Ax sl, f . ., . , , ii
ii S 8
. A ,m gw at
is 1 z
' Clitarlie Talley Randy
Marty Stroud Will lard
Anwila Wyatt Donnie McLaughlin
Fred Yorle 'Q David Meador
HONORS HONORS HONORS HONORS HONORS HONORSHONORS
HONORS HONORS HONORS HONORS HONORS HONORSHONORS,
HONORS HONORS HONORS HONORS HONORS HONORS HONORS
HONORS HONORS HOVNQRQS HONORS HONORS HONORSHONORS
HONORS HONORS HONOR HONORS HONORS HONORS HONORS
HONORS HONORS HS J O ORS-HONORS HONORS HONORS
HONORS HONORS HONO HONORS HONORS HONORS
:HONORS HONORSOH4 RSF' HONORS HONORSHGNORRSO
S ONORS HONO CfN HONORSHONORS
H ON O H O N O RS H ON OSRS NW RS
LHONO N RIQSPNORS HONOFISS H'zO NORS'
QHON1 v H , DRS HONORS
SHONC v P H v DRS HONORS HONORS
HONC ONC PRS HONORS HONORS
EHONO ,RS ODNCDRS HONORS
'HONORS HONQRA R H NORS HONO
HONORS HONORS ORS OINO
HONORS HONORS HONO
HONORS HONO INORS
HONORS HONO HONORS DNORS
HONORS HO DR HONORS HONORS
HONORS HON! ONORS HONORS HONORS HONO SDNORS
HONORS HO NCDRS' HONORS HONORS HONO RS -HONORS
HONORS HO O NURS DHONORS HC RS 'HONORS
HONORS HONO URS HONORS LHONORS
HONORS HONO rRS HONOR RS HONORS
HONORS HONORS PRS HONORS HONO RS HONORS
HONORS HONORS vRS HONORS' HON HONORSHONORS
HONORS HONORS H ORS HONORS HONORS HONORS HONORS
HONORS HONORS H ORS HONORS HONORS HONORS HONORS
HONORS HONORS H ORS HONORS HONORS HQNQRSm,HONORS
I-ICp1X1CpRS ORS HONORS HONORS HONORS HONORS
HONORS ORS HONORS HONORS HONORS HONORS
HONORS ORS HONORS HONORS HONORS'-HONORS
HONORS ORSOHSONORS HONORS ONORSQHONORS
HONORS ORS HONORS HONORS R5
rHONORS HONORS " 1 R URS
HONORS HONGRSHONORS HUNQRS
HONORS: SNJO HONO HON HON ORS HONORS HONORS
74 BEST SCHOOL SPIRIT
5 ' .,, My
4 .- p
n-Qqgy. . as 4' an P: V 'x
,JKHEV f' 1 kv nl 5
faggf? ap" .274-
dq, - v -.Y-'fit' u- ' -
.Aff 12, 'fi' 4 ' " Q 1. ' Vs
'O 4 u ' ' ' Q U
.4 s 10, Ss!
1.0.7 nf. i, ff 'u..".,.
' o ' n . "if L- ' 1 .s
a" N' IAN'
"' "" ' N "Q 'f is"
m 1 1 S
1 in As it ' -
s ' of ,ixa"xf:K.5' W' ,l'5, '.z
'v ,lo v
" f Q
,, ,, ,. ,
fvfx, f.,"A'9," 'Davy -J, Y
a . 1-,
' 14,1 ',
4-.,g,:.' f, r u, 'ni
"F 's i
7 AU . 1 .. V
f il 'fu' h n'vv.Kc
, , . 9'uo,',f. :Q-.V K
f.f? . 'iv 4,i"'.8.f 1 'Z
,I g ' 15 1 As ' , U
A ' a ng M' ik ' yi I -5':s:o':: A
e-kY,H- 1 'U' 'iv s9sk1'
.1-nv 22" a"'sn,,-. Q:
1f""' 1'n"g1'.a 9 'ns
1,-I-3'f',',' ,Q ,'F!f"o1 I '
-,lp I' u 'l 1 .iii ' , A
f gv' 0 ' -. , '
' ,. ' K ' 9 F' 9 '
-z msg, ,,,,51f,,gv4g,3ff4?g,wwmn Q, , l Q ,
asv 2, 0 I I- D E?
. ' - "S Q '41 ' M'
. M. .'
" '. f ' "
' ' f
.ii A V,
4' ' 'Y ! "M"-'H
80 VALEDICTORIA N
Carole Mackey Marsha Keith
3 .687 3 .600
Debbie Townsend Willadean Taylor
Susan Gupton Jackie Cook
Ginger Harris Mattie Hunter
Karen Schoonover 1
3 .775 1
2 W .
err ,"-150:13 lille f 'i'5'?S.
azggh- , .
Aix" Eiffiiif. f" 'fire
1 -- .2 -a . ftifffu
M ff' f -' '
sm . '
YQ ,, "fi ' as al 2. pjjy!
.. .a 35,Q'T?Ti-'ij -Q In
L EL Z
27' j'! ff
James W. Williams
1 1 iffy f , . .
'f f ' A ...F
gi'-iif1sz siiigfizi 'V , "'5:f:iiiN
'Z 2 f if arm?
if . 3 ff V
Q 1 .:1-
1 Ai .ig .4
...If 'e Ml
.. .V - is .jx
X ,IL . W .,.
Jackie Stack John Link Donna Sue Hardin
3.487 3.405 3.250
Melissa Wells Teresa Johns Frances Pursley
3.220 3.212 3.130
' 5 X . ff' 72: .:e1l.2i'5w2'55 5-T .
0 f 'f X ' 'Y-filfl
Kiwi.-. Q -9' 5
fi J , ,
.sl iz- K
Karen M. Perry Sarah Garrison Diane Finch
3.067 3.066 3.057
Brenda Butner Lou Ella Davis Jerry Johnson
3.030 3.027 3.000
Class members of the student body for the 1972 year elected as Class Favorites the following: Freshman: Jeffery McLaughin
and Sheila Brown: Sophomore: Joey Houscly and Brenda Keith: Juniors: Doug Greer and Dana Perry. All of those elected are
outstanding class members and are active in all school projects. They are certainly a credit to the class.
CLASS FA ORITES
The Attendant representing the Seniors for Homecoming 1971
as chosen by the Senior class was Teresa Martin.
Debbie Townsend was chosen by the football players to rule
the season as the Football Queen for l97l. Debbie was
chosen from among all the Senior girls as Queen.
Attendant repxesentmg the Jumors for Home
71 as chosen by the Jumor Class was
The Attendant representing the Sophomores for The Attendant YePTeSeHfiHg The FfCShmCl'l
for Homecommg 1971 as chosen by the
Homecoming 1971 as chosen by the Sophomore
Class was Judy Burroughs' Freshmen Class was Carol Carney,
BEVE Y TIBBS
The Basketball Sweethearts were chosen by the students, one for
each home game. This made the winners eligible for 'Sweetheart
of the Season'. Candye Ellis, a sophomore, got the most votes for
this, and won the title of the favorite sweetheart of the season.
Each year the DAR and CIVITAN organization give an
award to the girl and boy in the Senior class who are voted by
their class and by the faculty as exhibiting the best qualities of
citizenship and leadership. This year's winners are Lisa Key and
Jimmy Andrews.. Lisa is president of the FTA and is the score-
keeper for the basketball team, Jimmy.is in the Student Council
and is on the football and baseball team.. He was delegate to
Boy's State last year.
Lisa Key. DAR Award
Jimmy And rews-Civitan Award
A A -
V . Q ,, if-1 2 K l
ggwan. V 4 w f "
- v , - - ffWQ441.5" '
, ' 1 .ff '
55 3 Q9 i 3
iff' 'N' . '
3 lv 1 "' . v. ' in
Thirty-four dedicated men worked long grueling hours to
build a team that CCHS students could be proud of. They
were successful. Under the leadership of Coaches Bishop
and Elliot, the team came on strong when they made a good
start against Centerville in the season's opener. The record
game of the season saw the Cubs beat their long-term foe,
Charlotte, 26 to 20. The team suffered some losses but these
losses seemed not so great when the Dickson Dragons also
fell to the Cub's superior team in the last few seconds of an
exciting game. Near the end of the season, the Cubs played
good football when Lewisburg was held to only 14 points.
Cheatham County fans can look with pride at this year's
RICK STATLER JIMMY ANDREWS
STEVE WALKER SPUD COLE
CURTIS BELL MIKE HENDRICKS
JOHNNY JENKINS DARRELL BINKLEY
ALLEN TANSIL RONALD BROWN
GRANVILLE ADAMS STEVE STACK
Seniors are a great asset to an athletic team and the football team was made up of seven dedicated
Seniors who lead the team this year. The Seniors are: Curtis Bell, Jimmy Williams, Rick Statler, Spud
Cole, Jimmy Andrews, Mike Hendricks, and Steve Walker.
The team had many great stars, but three of them stood out in the eyes of the Nashville papers. Curtis
Bell made second string All Midstate and Spud Cole was honorable mention. Jimmy Andrews, Curtis Bell,
and Spud Cole all three made the all-conference team. The 1971-1972 echo would like to give them their
Drill Squad members are: FROM LEFT TO RIGHT, Beverly Langley, Karen Powell, Becky Ellis, Elly Gower, Marcia Keith, Jo Williams
Nancy Chandler, Wanda Fogus, Beverly Adams, and Donna Langley.
Quality plus quantity seems to be the motto of
Dennis Barnes, the CCHS Band Director. Three years
of hard work and determination have brought the band
to the front as the fast growing, both in size and sound,
groups on our campus. Football games and the Christ-
mas Concert surprised audiences. "What's happened to the
band? They sound great," was a typical comment.
The score for next years seems to be mostly happy
notes as this active group continues to grow and improve.
Band students get only V2 credit per year.
In addition to the regular class period, these
students spend many hours after school
marching and twirling.
Wonder if Doc Severson played in the high school band?
A good band member needs the same drive
and determination as a good quarterback.
He needs co-ordination rhythm and lots of
stamina. It's hard work. If he is good, he must
Sometimes you listen
It is hard enough to tigure out what note to play, If you play
clarinet, it is even harder to make it sound like that note and
TOP ROW, LEFT, TO RIGHT: Lynn Stinnetl
Junior: Martha Burroughs, Junior, Co-Captain
CENTER ROW: Pat Crosswhite, Sophomore
BOTTOM ROW: Shirley Nelherton. Senior
Beverly Simmons. Juniorg Malanie Plumlee
Seni0r's float tried to railroad the tigers
The lf2 time festivities showed the beauty of homecoming
After the game entertainment was proved by Past, Present and Future
- 1 f:
The Junior float, floated on to first place
Homecoming is one entire week filled with hope,
fear, and anticipation of that one Friday night.
To class members it is hope that their float will
win, to the football players it's anticipation of
the coming game and to the queen and her court
it's a twinge of fear.
But suddenly Homecoming has arrived, all too
quickly for many. Friday afternoon the first part
begins, the parade and float competion. Now all
that can be done for the floats is to hope. Will
the float go under the trafic light? Later the
uncontrolable excitment is unleashed at the game.
Although the Cubs don't win on the score board
they win in spirit and pride. Then the final
moments of Homecoming are spent at the dance with
music provided by Past, Present and Future.
Now only the memories and private joy remain
of Homecoming l97l.
Maria tells her stepdaughter. Liesel,
played by Bonnie Simpkins. that she
has always loved the children and now
she has come to love their father very
Ginger Harris as Maria tells Steve Walker.
Captain von Trapp. that his children need
' ,ffm , V
,- , ,Y ,uf fi fwwf
,oi pi U - 1 11' ' , iii- .
Mft Q ,wwf A, J-1 ,fi '
t, ' i', " ,F W' . ww ,iw
wi i f if 1:,,0ff'
if if-Vx" T gui 'W fi' 'fx ,- -9 ..
if t it 1 V W
1 i 4 I 11.10 .. if . VY- J ' -
ff' t We I 1 or in 'Lf'
A AI V GN' .13 idly' LAT!
, wif" ,tw,f"' if 4116-' 1? 'W .1
-ffl", i , .1f,"'l' .'! W ,fl Vu ,Jl4,f.-rm ',4,.,.L3" ,,
,Milly -3 1f.1K'f'I .V 2 ,, 51 1121, ' we Q , 43.-9
ipwft, lr, ,J FW IH, ct fry , ,V LL'
. i' f w 2 'rf 1. ' ..-4 1
- - t1 ., 4 1 1 A sf .nt
- i ,M , ,, A if , L, 3' .
' uiift fri ii ww i if U 4' 'X
f -V-,P .,1,4.f i 1 1 .tb
'fmbl' UU 1 11' fy" . ,QL ., Jw
4:1 ,fire M' Q 1, '
UU11 ,+'L.1f'1Jw ' J ,- 4591 fr-i 'H fivvfjdi '-'7 'gf . r
it .1j'f 5 I Av, XVVM' 35 QA' N ty- Lf'-f P mu'
, U 1 ,V '11 , vm 9 A Q '14 r ,. ,ii-'.
t A if , ,. , ,, , i i
' - ' 1 113' jug' zu uf '
53 yi N ,qs 0' f4,1,fJ-'J 4 ,r
J, at 'Aww I 4 , A.,
mf ,L ,MJ Wi sf , X511 , 1,
1 1 141' L.- as ht! Xa Q' U' ,512
JE tif' . J ,fl NLT' 1' V r ff 3,
Lf L ,:,if's". , ,if 1: -fag it 1 311-1 1
' ti ft," :QI , 1" - f,p,f,u4 it up 5
.., ,ig 1 A ' M' ,riff Iitwr' i ,tt
'A' W fu ."e' s, 1- W Xi ,E 1- . ,
-J ff 1' QA ','
jp It YW ,- V ! Ui, Q, Y X31 V1.1
5 U ,g PI M ff at f
fy' jr A ,QSM '1 ,Ai
f' iff' r QV Y '
yt? Lx f ,,.
.ff :fi ff
The tirst play presented in the new theatre
was the Rogers and Hammerstein musical E'The
Sound of Music." All four performances were
tremendously successful. It was presented by the
Senior Class under the direction of Mrs. Karen
KNEELING FROM LEFT TO RIG
HT: Anthony Elliott, Steve Phillips, Spud Cole, Jimmy Harden, Steve Atteberry, David Ballard STAND
ING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT' Doug Shearon Joe Walker Mike Blanfoid B bb H ' M'k
. , , ' , o y arris, 1 e Hendricks, Danny Gowin Coach
CCHS Soddy-Daisy CCHS Charlotte
CCHS Charlotte CCHS Clarksville
CCHS East Robertson CCHS Jo Byrns
CCHS White Bluff CCHS Joelton
CCHS Jo Byrns CCHS Clarksville AC
CCHS Lebanon CCHS Springfield
CCHS White Bluff CCHS Fort Campbell
CCHS Greenbrier CCHS Smyrna
CCHS White House CCHS Joelton
CCHS Portland CCHS Greenbrier
CCHS Springfield CCHS Dickson
CCHS East Robertson CCHS Clarksville AC
This year's C. C. H. S. basketball team was built around seven devoted Seniors. They kept this winning ball club
together. Most of them have been playing ball since freshman year, so they are all very experienced. FROM LEFT TO
RIGHT: Steve Phillips. Spud Cole, Joe Walker, Bobby Harris. Doug Shearon, Mike Hendricks. KNEELING FROM LEFT
TO RIGHT: Jimmy Harden, Coach Schrecker.
KNEELING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Karen Osborne, Donna Justice, Jackie Jenkins, Kim Mc Mahan, Rhonda Balthrop Cindy Brinkley
Sherrie Hamblin STANDING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Suzanne Lockert, Debbie Dovvlen, Karen Hunter, Brenda Hunter Jamie Andei
son, Sheila Hutton, Coach Elliott, Pete Read, Melissa Shoate, Jerre Winters, Jane Steele, Lisa Key, Mary Kay Buchanan
CCHS Soddy-Daisy CCHS East Robertson
CCHS Charlotte CCHS Charlotte
CCHS East Robertson CCHS Jo Byrns
CCHS White Bluff CCHS Joelton
CCHS Jo Byrns CCHS Clarksville Ac.
CCHS Lebanon CCHS Springfield
CCHS White Bluff CCHS Smyma
CCHS Greenbriar CCHS Joelton
CCHS Portland CCHS Greenbriar
CCHS East Robertson CCHS Dickson
"?'1'i1 xylem-' 5 '
A winning team provided a winning season for the Fresh-
man Cubs. The Cubs rounded out the season with eight wins
and five losses, while the Cubettes won ten and lost only
three. Both teams did an excellent job of representing the
school, as is evident by the fine record of the teams.
The tournaments, which were held at New Providence,
proved to be a test of the teams and coaches. Both teams
came through with Hying colors, the Cubs won third place
and the Cubettes won second place. This season showed
them and the schools they played against, that the good times
are at Cheatham County High School.
Freshman Coaches proudly show off trophies.
The Cubs Baseball Team had a very successful season lust year. They plan to have an even better year this
season. They are very well coached by Coach Rudy Smith. He says his team has great potential for winning,
and has a good chance to win the District. KNEELING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Spud Cole, Steve Phillips,
Iimmy Andrews, Joey Housely. STANDING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Ray Wiser, Doug Shearon, Bobby
Harris, Steve Proctor, Jimmy Harden.
The Senior pep clubgfiembers provided the heart of the enthusiasm
Officers: Melanie Plumlee, Van Vick and Susan Lockert
Involvemnt describes this year's Student Council the
best. Assemblies, dances, telephone and the overall bet-
terment of the school are goals that provide the challenge
to this year's council.
One of the main duties of the Student Council is the read-
ing of announcements. Mark, in spite of having trouble
pronouncing names sometimes, comes through loud and
The Student Council officers are: President. Mark Shearon: Vice-President
Steve Walker: Secretary, Pam Shivley: and Treasurer, Debbie Townsend
The Beta Club is for students
who have a 3.00 average or above.
It is a privilege to get an invitation
asking you to join.
Oiiicers are: Paulette Pugh, Bonnie Butterworth, Melissa Wells, Connie Taylor. and Sue Hardin
JU IOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE
The Junior Classical League, or JCL, is an organization for the students who take
Latin. The club goes to the state JCL Contest each year where it's members partici-
pate in activities ranging from academic to athletic to costume contests.
Sponsor, Mrs. Pinky Christian: Officers, Carol Mackey, Teresa Corlew, Walter Fields, and .lerre Winters.
Debbie Fambrough was last years winner of the
Josephine Link Duke Memorial Award. Mrs. Josephine
Link Duke. in whose memory this award is given,
taught Foreign Language in this county lor many years.
Sponsors: Mrs. Petty: Mr. Rose: Officers John Link, Brenda Butner, Wanda Vann, Wanda
The Bible club is now in its second
year C,C.H.S. Visiting the Rest Home,
putting on an Easter program, promoting
prayer week, and adding to the spirit
of the school have been some of the
main projects ofthe club.
I H 4 I I I B People with an interest in Math Find the Math
" ' f s
Science club members do projects
E I I I I B to stimulate their interest in sci-
Sponsor, Mrs. Mays: oliicers, Beverly Tibbs, Mark Shearon, Jimmy Harden, and Lynn Stinnett.
:-...J -wsu -..,- .
The speech club made its debut
this year. Its main objective is to
develop skills and interest in
speech and dramatics.
PRESS CLUB AND CUB SCRIPTS STAFF
The Cub Scripts' staff works faithfully every day to produce an interesting school newspaper. The sponsor is
Mrs. Mayo and the editor is Kathy Staggs. Below is the Press Club. They write many of the papeis' articles.
ECHO T FF
The entire ECHO staff is thirty-five people. Thirty of these are
primarily salesmen who sell ads to help pay for the book and who
sell the yearbook to you, Five or six people are more closely in-
volved in putting the book together. These are the people who
Worry about deadlines, Writing copy and getting names right.
Learning to use a scale-o-graph to reduce and blow up pictures is difficult,
The Sports-editor, Jimmy Hardeng Salesman, Jamie Morse: and Layout
editor, Jackie Phillips concentrate on getting the pictures on the page right.
Since about six thousand dollars are handled by the staff, good bookkeeping
becomes a must. Duane Claud sells staff typist Betty Waynick her ECHO.
Sometimes the salesmen forget to buy their own.
Betty Waynick. above. Debbie Nicholson, and Jimmy Harden do most of
the typing for the ECHO.
"Mr ,Z .W
Teamwork was the key to this year's annual, but hard work helped
John Link, Editor
.vw .,., MA . A f
O F v
Future Homemakers of America helps girls to better understand the role of the wife and mother in the home. These girls are not likely
candidates for Women's Lib movements. This year's leaders ol' the FHA are: Teresa Martin, Melanie Plumlee, Beverly Tibbs, Candye Ellis,
Pam Shively. Jane Steele. and Wanda Vann.
Who says the watched pot doesn't boil: it will even burn!
Mrs. Lee gives a demonstration in making Christmas decorations at the December
TL RE F ERS GF AMERICA
Ray Wiser. Jim Davidson, Brooks Harris, Steve Whitman. and Eddie Fells, lead the FFA boys in their activities
Future Farmers of America give boys who are taking agricultural classes an opportunity to Work even further in farm-oriented experiences.
This club especially emphasizes the importance of public-speaking and parliamentary procedure,
The officers of the Afro-American Association are Chester Majors. Barbara Eddins, and Mike Shelton
The Afro-American Associa-
tion's primary purpose is to pro-
vide experiences and activities
which will broaden the cultural
outlook of the American Negro.
This club, newly organized is
sponsored by Mr. Spangler.
' GXQU- - . . M.. ,..,, ,, 'W-M
The officers are: FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Brenda Butner, Vice
President: Sherry Newman, Reporter: Debbie Fambrough, Secretary: Mrs.
Hart, Sponsor: SECOND ROW: Marsha Keith, Historian: Lisa Key, Presi-
dent: Donna Coakley. Treasurer.
Mrs. Han inspires students who want to make teaching
LIBR RY CL
Olhcers of the Library Club are: Susan Garrison, Mattie Felts. Michael Shelton. Julia Greene, and Bonnie Butterworth.
L' L L, L L - L ., L Y L' LfflLL5L3iQLTELTL-L T lL'f f Li1iLiLti,LiLiT.
t LL LL ffl , ' VL'17"Yi'fL,:i'1fT'Q fi V "EJ 5 ' L- L FFL fi " Q - b 115
V ' ' ' f r' 'L""" ' f,-f 5, ",f 1 fue 2 ff" '.L-IL ? , ' ' L ' LL L fi ',-. .
A fl L' A L - --Lht V' 'it.L , , t f , ' fv V it 1: ,
2 - . HKZT -"- ,r"rL I ..-' if' ' . 1 N ' ','-
f '- in 9. ,l?QQLg,Q , j1lLf'iL '19 'iff 5 1 1L Q jf" " ' ' Q f L ' f
The oflicers of the P.E. Club are Joy Murlf. Mark Forbes. Marrisa Bidvicll and Margie
Freshmen and Sophomores form the nu-
cleus of one of the newest clubs on campus.
Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Jo Brashcars
and Couch Elliot. the P.E. Club gives peo-
ple not involved in varsity sports at chance
to support their team, They help with the
concession stand and provide at hospitality
room for officials.
CAF ETERIA STAFF
. fl 'R
X ADX' liR"l'l
Sli XT 'EN
s fix ax
XDX 5 l
Xlf 1 1
R ll'l l'lSl
TS ADVERTISEM ENTS
yslix X ,Nfs
'RQ llX l l A igix S'lW s
gf 1-i N F' s
Z, ,ef '
THE ASHLAND CITY
H ity Ba
Seed Feed Fertilizer
Complete Car Care Center
Springfield Ashland City
PhOrl6 792-5711 Sheila Karen
B d D bb
C dy J
D C dy
ALLEN BROTHERS BI-RITE-CHEAP HILL
WHITE WAY - BI-RITE - PLEASANT VIEW
- Repairs 84 Installations
Ashland City U.M.Y.F. 242-7152
Pres. Johnny Matlock 1
Vice Pres- Joy Murff Congratulations SENIOR CLASS OF 72
Sec. Danita Morris See Us for
Treas' Grace Hauums Good-Student Auto Coverage
MID-TENN. INSURANCE CO.
OLD CHARLOTTE ROAD MARKET
Knowlton C1-Owell Old Cl'l2iI'lOIlC Road BOX Main
Pegram, Tennessee Main Street
Groceries Union 76 Gas t Ashland City, Tennessee
Best of luck, Ashland City Cubs,
Bank of Kingston Springs Beauty-land Beauty Shop
Offices At Kingston Springs And Pegram, Tenn. Compliments of
M b FDIC
em ef MJ COUNTRY MAID
Q L I Q DAIRY
. 6 I T - .- N
Compliments ol' '6 I COUUTTJLILDBIAI
G. w. HUNTER GROCERY 15373: X s - 952 1 whites creek, Tennessee
Highway 41-A Phone 255-2661
T l ph ne 792-4366 fAshland Cityj
P. 0. Box 278
A hl dCity T .
Green Acres Dairy Dip
2 27- 65 84
5 W4 G ALLATIN RD.
THE BEST TO YOU
I k I Q
" 4 64 Q
BORDEAUX SHOPPING CENTER
Fo dl e
Tucker Bros. Big Star
210 South Main Street
10017 Self-S ' e
A ple P k ng Space
T Pho e 792 4416
102C b I dSt. Phor1e792-4445
Op 7d y 7:3OA.M.-9:0OP.M.
THE WHITES CREEK BANK 8a TRUST
ASHLAND CITY MOTORS
Home Of Fine Meats
Quality Produce, And
Ashland City, Tennessee
HI-HOPE BEAUTY AND
Rt. 2, Kingston Springs
Highway 70 797-3646
Where you dine better for less
Home of Big Boy
Owner D. R. and Virginia Watts
ll8 Main Street
ASHLAND CITY SELF-SERVICE
Maytag Exclusive Dial-A-Fabric Washers
LUCKY R GIFT SHOP
Fireworks 8: Novelties
Wholesale 8: Retailer
Pleasant View ACf6l5J746-5112
DAVID APPLETON'S GROCERY
Rt. 2 Kingston Springs
Bait and Tackle
Hunting and fishing Licenses
THE BEST TO
Springfield - Ashland City
I-40 8: Kingston Springs Exit
Service is Our Business
104 Mulberry Street
Aluminum Siding 4 Storm Windows 8: Doors
Car Ports - Awnings - Shutters
M AND D BI-RITE
LOCKERT,S FUNERAL HOME
l09 Sycamore Street
Always Come Back
Selph's General Contractor
Painting, Roofing, Plumbing
HADLEY BROS. IMPLEM ENT CO
John Deere Sales and Service
P. o. Box 626 10" DEERE
Clarksville, Tennessee . v H...
Phone 645-6447 The Fashion Plaite
6304 Charlotte Ave.
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
Claudine Garton Phone: 356-1570
WOODY CAGLE'S ARCO
Rottero,s I.G.A. Foodliner
5538 Clarksville Hwy.
TIDWELLS FAMILY CENTER
Complete Line for the Family
124 Main Street
Ashland City, Tennessee
ASHLAND CITY TIMES
Printed Weekly In The Interest
Ashland City, And Cheatham County
ASHLAND CITY BANK 8L
311 North Main Street
Pleasant View Branch, Pleasant View
Skate at Shivers Shoe Shop
Ashland City, Tennessee
whefeeisecanyouhifea PERKINS ,QL MILLER
babysitter for a 51.25 for 3 hours?
"Li'L:ili'?,',AL 412 Commerce Street
BALTHROP MOTORS P-91391047
Chrysler - Plymouth f Dodge Phone, 647-3571
Sales - Service '
Phone W 645-4591
CHARLES E. STUART, SR.
7th Civil District- Cheatham County
Pegram Phone 352-0470
J. L. Stack 8L Sons
Proctor Hardware 8: Building Supply
41-A Old Hickory
Appliances, Hardware, Paints, Tools
Garden Supplies - Lawn Mowers
Life Auto Fire
MUTUAL INS. CO.
216 North Main Street
Ashland City, Tennessee
Roger Binkley 792-5152
General Agent 792-5196
Pres. W. F. Fambrough
Vice Pres. A. B. Fambrough
Attorney W. S. Fambrough
4493 Fifth Street, Ecore, Michigan 48229
Dozier's Boat Dock 8L Restaurant
Serving Catfish Dinners
Weekend Camping Spaces for Campers
Off Hwy. 49 Mouth ofHarpeth River
Highway 41-A 792-9127
ASHLAND CITY METHODIST
A. E. KRANTZ t W-SCS
EV ERREA DY MARKET '3.eis,l1.aitLyn"15i3E135 EESASWSEEWIESQ
Fishing Bait and Tackle
LUKE,S BARBER SHOP
ELECTRICAL REPAIR SERVICE
Earl York 792-5698
208 N. Main St.
Ashland City, Tennessee
501 N. Main Street
Ashland City, Tennessee
Open 6 A.M. 10 P.M.
7 days a week
1, FUNERAL HOME
7 as X ,
UM its Qs
X' 1 f 1 K - 21 -8 Mi1ardH.Shearon
101 Elizabeth 8a South Main St.
Bonnie Rachelle Kathy
Senior Girl Scouts
K' P JOY
lm shefyi at
RGBERTSON, STINNETT, AND COSS
K "pf, -5 .
, WET .3ia+f,'f'i
, Y-xxx? c
i Vg,. X '
i ' -f : i 7 ra. 1 H2
4 I ' ,g.5'I1I1fj'f'iQ1:3,,:3:,i,L1,2'-jj'-E, -Ag ex
Complete Service Department
Factory Trained Mechanics 792-4311
Sport Car Rebuilders 202 S. Main Street
1 Ashland City, Tennessee
Parts - All Makes And Mode s
Just Good Food
1971-72 Officers ofthe
Cheatham County Chapter ofthe
Future Teachers of America
41-A Germantown Hill
President Lisa Key
- Vi -P 'd t B d Bt
Comphmems of siiltiffj' en D1e1nbiZFa1ni1Efough
Historian CKfIarc tl1.9
Reporter S man
Phone Clarksville 647-7940 WITH LOVE
Wayfair Carpet Barn
Area Rugs, Wall to Wall Carpet,
Braided Rugs, Pad 8: Installation
Ph. 746-9452 - Night 746-5425
PLEASANT VIEW MILLS
Custom Feed Grinding and Mixing
Nutrena Feeds Highland Feeds
Ph. 746-5221 Pleasant View, Tenn.
Greenbrier Egg Farms Inc.
Greenbrier A 643-4521 and 643-4522
Nashville 4 244-5028 and 244-5029
Only one "Egg in four is good enough to be
a Greenbrier eggl'
Producers and packers of grade AA eggs.
HEADS GROCERY and LAUNDRY
Joelton Food Town
Groceries, Purina Feeds
Specializing in U S D A Prime Beef
Owned and Operated
4th Period Library
Diana, Bonnie, Joyce, Ellen
PRESS CLUB 8L CUB SCRIPTS
Kathy Staggs Editor
Sue Hardin Associate Editor
Joyce Dowlen Art Editor
.lun Ellis Cartoonist
Kenny Overton Photographer
Jamie Hallums Business Manager
Wanda Binkley Assistant Editor
Carol Mackey Assistant Editor
Linda De Copy Editor
WINTERS DAY CARE
MANUFACTURING CO. INC.
Ashland City, Tennessee
CHEATHAM COUNTY UFFICIALS
Sheriff: Dorris Weakly
County Judge: Jimmy P. Loekert
Circuit Court Clerk:Lloyd Harris
Trustee: Ruse Tucker
Clerk and Master: Doris Sanders Q
Registrar: Betty J. Ross
County Court Clerk: Russell Balthrop
Tax Assessor: Junior Dozier
JOE CLAUD ELECTRIC
Commercial and Residential Wiring
Phone Pleasant View 746-3371
Evans And Hester Grocery
Rt, 8 Clarksville, Tenn.
PARDUE'S SERVICE CENTER
Snack Bar 8L Novelties, Fishing Bait
Gas Oil Repairs Worm Ranch
MARIES' BAIT SHOP
Live bait, fishing tackle, Bar-b-cue
Cheatham Dam Road
Taylor's Grocery 8: Service Station
Rt. 2 Kingston Springs
Q CITY FLORIST
ga Mary Bateman - Manager
102 N. Main Street
Ashland City, Tenn.
Ashland City, Tenn.
Do you need clean clothes today?
William's Esso Service Center
And Pleasant View Cafe
746-9447 Pleasant View
Lewis Perry's Wrecker Service
Frank Shearon Garage
Clarksville Leaf Chronicle
HOME IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
FHA, VA and Conventional Loans
New Homes Built- Low Down Payment
Orion Jones Route 2
Ashland City, Tenn 37015
BLANKET STORE-SHELL STATION ASHLAND CITY
Dowlen Bros. - Prop.
Dayton tires, Gas and Oil Wheel Balancing
Pleasant View, Tenn.
A lot of guys would like to be
in his boots!
we put him
the Dingo Man.
CONSTRUCTION CO. INC.
Rt. 7 Box 333
R 1-3-f-'W -. '
Empson Drug Company
Your friendly Rexall store
Ashland City, Tennessee
Ashland City Sunshine Laundry Mat
"We wash and dry and clean and pressf,
Jack Binkley's Drive-In Market
Janicels Beauty Shop
113 Oak Street
Ashland City, Tennessee
KEVIN and SANDY
723 Main Street
ASHLAND CITY SALVAGE
Nancy,s Beauty Salon
WES. TENN. DEPT. STORE
"The Best for Less"
James Oakley Lumber Co.
5307 Charlotte Avenue
Nashville 9, Tennessee
Phone CYpress 7-8503
ROTTEROE'S I.G.A. II ASHLAND CITY
PleasantView CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Woodrow Perry's Grocery
The Place Where Good Friend's Meet
6210 Clarksville Highway
Open Seven Days
Owned and Operated
Bill and Alma Chambers
KLO NDI K E
Alton Denny 8a Ronnie Boyd
Home Cooked Meals
We Specialize in Catfish Dinners, Steaks
Seafood Dinners and Homemade Pies
3105 Clarksville Highway
U-Haul trucks 84 Trailers
Local and one Way Rental
3 l49 Clarksville Highway 256-5334
Mack's Bottle Shop
5 Miles South of Ashland City, Tenn.
on Sam's Creek Road
W. M. Crouch, Owner Phone 792-4678
Ashland City, Tennessee
Go First To
FI RST NATIONAL
Modern full Service Banking and
Member of F.D.I.C.
We Wish You A Very Fine Year,
Best of Luck ofJoy 8L Cheer
Richard and Jackie Johnson
Carmine's Barber Shop
Hair Styling For Men
Main Street, Ashland City, Tennessee
Best Wishes To The
Earl and Karen Cannon
Cheatham County kids are really good,
Often they do what they know they should
Let's talk Real Estate
L. J. MATLOCK JR.
Real Estate Agent
Ashland City Nashville
Large or small. Jr. is the one to call.
Best Wishes To The
Warrenis Colorizer Paints
Furniture and Appliances
johnny n PLEASANT VIEW MARKET
Compliments Ff0m Main St. Pleasant View, Tennessee
Open7 A.M. to 10 P.M.
Owners: Mr 8: Mrs. Walter Bedwell
BUC TUSSLE U
Gary J h Wilton
208 5TH Ave. East
Springfield, Tennessee Phone 384-4596
Marvis Ellis Grocery
Route l Ashland City, Tennessee
Vertagreen Fertilizer Shell Gasoline
Ewell Perry Insurance
J. C. BALTHROPS
Pleasant View U.M.Y.F.
Sec. Lynda Chambliss
Pres. Bonnie Butterworth Treas. Mary Ann Bradley
V. Pres. Lynn Ellis Music Brenda Moore 8L Leah Dowlen
B 8L S DRIVE-IN MARKET
Open 8:00 A.M. ll:00 P.M.
ASHLAND CITY OIL
Distributor ofARCO Products
ll8 Cumberland St.
Ashland City, Tennessee
OLEAN'S BEAUTY SALON
Route 1, John's Road
Phone - 746-5544
Oakhill Sunshine Center
'Distributors of Beautiful Biblesu
Post Office Box 5343
Nashville, Tennessee 37206
Protestant Catholic Masonic
Bud's Polishing Shop
Polishing 8: Buffing Aluminum
Phgng 3 BOX 364
352-9868 Pegram, Tenn. 37143
R. B. LESTER CO.
in Cheatham County and the World
A. B. Hunter General Merchandise
307 North Main Street
Ashland City, Tenn.
Steve and Peggy M
M8LP Bl-RITE GROCERY
ANDERSON, GARRET, BOYD
visions, happiness, sadness, work, play, tears of joy, tears of pain, all com-
year at C.C,H.S. and all lay a foundation for a promising future.
would like to thank ull who contributed in any way to make this book of
moment in time can provide a lifetime of memories and we hope to have, in
e moment of the good times.
y,1,u ,.,f. f X ,ff
" f LS.-' 6 ,I 4
wc., V !fi,.,
1 .. ,
riff? 55.77 -.ikfu ,ff6'?5,,2e ff !
2,-If ,gf-!f.',,,l, . ,i , , Ji. 1 - -,!,,,,,,
if , '
16247 T Qwyif,
6 'pf .I t . 4 i v 4
.f I- I fy 3,1 4,
T6 . .
,., ,,f f 1
WMD 'ND' R 3
OJLCL mwesfv X A j V4Vq I ,
XEQQJMWWMQAY f A
QSZOAMOW M33 Xjddfffbdg fggdad
Www LQQMMJQJN M , mac44f,g9?0Q, "
E5YJx w U QMJV fwfdgfymcy WWQQW
Z-'i H' jzqgxumwb
Wwwwf Mm Wmkj,
C MQQJ Gfwgf
090 ' . J
K -fQlmW QM4f1mJfQ
qwif Mfflwfwf? HM
gwuf Mui? JLJLU,
wig, 'I WI J ' ov
Qmggklfogvggu KM MMM Hifff ff M uf
Kcfwl VQMM1 Vw 15.936 MAJ
U Q11-J Q A f am 01,0 mx-
fgwigffbf iff MWJQ3 W2
Mfymw MM Wm M Q W
if EM c,mmQJ9 ei5ZQfQ5.lx0'U MJ Wxlud' MM Wk MLMJM3
' H wwf! gfff lewd. faifwnwvj
SGXRJX , QUi f
W0-ff'-'VQL MMM AMX
Um, flfg j?fgV,,iL!
QZZZAJ14 f f. J '
WJ? - 7X CFWWJ' ,
GJ J MM
K L? fljffmfg by f149wM,cmw
1 VL MQ! ' '- Q g . ,1 fVVk,
M 1 wfwv Q M IMI 4 if
A,LLLQ fwgiavfn JCZUNQL'
if! LW'-4 - fU1LU70f A-Q 0.
if M f ff 125 fm. of my ffMf, of
6!jdWAfZ6Zf WKMUMQ EKVVK M60 ijfbglyyylx, 0
QM, CALL an WM . fymiwg LQIMA Mba
fp CU Aff! WMKM LCLf,fW16LfjVk,y W'
5044 ifzfllwlf CfQ,4,4L ' J U 'dk
60 Zag! HMM? M fflfui, 1f6aAQCfLd2Mfcf
7014 , Cgff JLVKLLZV g7xf,f,fL,C',gj,fZUf,
JJWW 47514 x9fuLfvk0fv
7 QLZI7 W 6-'V HL ,dll ' VL 4,Q,g1fmg'Zf,
AXVV-if LaJ'JMc,i . 7,11 ' WMU7
x ak! Mlbwf'
CM fl 054,51
D 1 MMU -12.00 f R , jgfucfvcay X74
J WM UW JM drag! Kami Dfw
11761 A W YK 5 MMP
07j6Z2ff?k-D JUN ' ww ,KU!1JfMl2. 7-TL., aff
f OJ -if l gf 1 J
J Quiz Lf my ZW ff af '
gm q,fw5,ZZZ,Cx Wmdynbgfgga
JHXCZQQQ, yaukigildacjz if Jvacffdff,
Mm Rb mf' J M252
mmf fm? idcafii 5 'MMI' Yfffafcy 0 Md, fy
dwg Qmg W fm WZMGC , CMJ!
an Q 'f6?C:CLLiMi1 5ff?cZ,4LlJAU,M 'ji ylwl MQW! Awe My
Qgcluu, Kjffgmiip 540-6 G cz gf? T61
J Vi Lv-11X P vgjifv Mx
1 ' . -V , 'A ,f f ft! W f . ,, .,
'X C L wk-fx CL ,. Llfxfk-fw 1 VK LILU fu JL
.Q V A gf
Cl-"'VK-Ci Ck uv Ylifkfi if K fl IQJQ, 'X gn X. ,Q 'Lx C Wfvx,
l CHL-'XR C gfvx-Ci 53.V.fJ,K,! kwfgig .L kLy'a,.Q-J , Vg ALCLV-'L ,
V J L ,L ,ft I, V X,
X Q, C1 L 1 a pdl, fq 5 ,VVX fylcwfuu
Lib 0 'WX C3'k.fL'yqjQ- 7? 4 I f X I I, N I KI
.,. VV . f LA, Lx1,k -Kgfmx in K TL' Z
f , ,, 'if' ' 'A
fl l 6.1 Vkyfg Vx! AKA A , lf, fx Lx
' X xx O pk, - . xi 1 '
VTLJ7 K XJ 55 Xfkx Qf1V,fkCMLJQ
K ' '7' 'J
y- - - g - V ,
" , if VY L' XL! KJXMX "VW, x Vx CQL flfuxgk,
l LQ, It ,viii-1 N , A Q
Vxkfg YCVXQESJQ-jk ,Ak CjrL',k, Q
J L: xfvk, I
f .Lg A7f'?fi.,CiF'L"A"
Q 51.11 Cx'
17- of WM . V AU f ml'
J 14,6 audi 5,51 ML Wfjwfm Sify 01905
JY AQQAK M, ,.,,,,,,...g ,Aff , Q--7 -f..-,Q Q-I,,,Q.?qr5,,,,,,i,,5:5. 1 V Y,-,LYJ-.,4iggP..i,A.:.',g:cT'.,57i: I
ww. ,A 1 -. , A Hg4.iff1sf11vS5fQE'-'
,U 5- fin, '
wmwdmfwfwwwd Wvflqvffisyf W
fcijyffffgfwzfmw W ' LZhfLSC7ff'77iM
ao 9 VUQTZW AEM
bkyzgilwwwwqfgwwv 7qQA,, 7a' A M
J M 4 WWWQZ fb M
fLC4U Qiwu' if 'Kewl' 'bl yin? gawk
0,1 adfw wvala fb' QW' L 0 ' E-GJ!
iw fwfff aff Wjjjim Zvicuwzfiixaalfakig 9
Q75 cm J 157114 Cwjmd ?49,,4, 7 Q
Q Ya K
JLGCML fww W J Miz afwl 70'g!V!
L fmd UQQQWFLW' dfwzw was
W, ,,Mwa ww?
, ,.,, -4 , Q, . , L
4 iff:-'si if ggi:
Suggestions in the Cheatham County High School - Echo Yearbook (Ashland City, TN) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.