East Ridge High School - Musket Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN)
- Class of 1964
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EAST RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL
EDITOR ............... VICKI GRONER
CO-EDITOR ..... PAULETTE GOODNER
LAYOUT EDITOR. . .RONNIE WALKER
MANAGER ......... JANICE LACKEY
BUSINESS MANAGER and
STUDENT ADVISOR ..... GAIL ELLIS
ADVISOR ........ MRS. LOUISE BRUCE
CO-ADVISOR ............ MISS MARGIE
THE WPIONEERM HAS BECOME THE
DOMINATING SPIRIT AT EAST
RIDGE. THE QUALITIES THAT CHAR-
ACTERIZED THE ORIGINAL PIO-
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In its six years of existence East Ridge High
has achieved fame, been victorious and excelled
in many fields. It has taken much hard Work
and co-operation coupled with the true pioneer-
ing spirit to make East Ridge High School the
outstanding school it is today.
There are many symbols of school spirit.
Our orange and White colors distinguish us
from other schools as we wear or wave them
proudly. But our most cherished and appro-
priate symbol of our school spirit is the Pioneer.
He symbolizes the true pioneering spirit which
overshadows every phase of our school life,
giving that extra drive and determination when
it's needed most.
Like that of the early pioneers our history
is madeg each edition of the Musket records
the continuing story of our school. It is with
pride that the 1964 Musket staff offers these
sketches of history for your remembrance.
May the spirit that prevailed in the begin-
ning continue to keep East Ridge High moving
onward and upward. May she have ever before
her the true spirit of the Pioneer.
TABLE GF CONTENTS
Administration 8c Faculty 16
Clubs 8a Organizations 28
Honors 8: Activities 136
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This dedication is made as an expression of sincere gratitude, respect, love
and admiration to one who is the embodiment of the '4Pioneer Spirit." lt was
he, who, when we were a young and unnamed school, gave to us our name,
"Pioneers," for truly we were blazing new trails.
The heritage of East Ridge High School has been enriched by his work and
influence, first as a teacher and later as the Director of our Counseling and
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His patience, understanding, and faith in us as individuals have been an
inspiration for each of us to strive to live up to the ideals set forth for the
"loyal sons and daughters of the Pioneer." His words of encouragement have
been our strength when we were discouraged and downhearted.
We feel that it is indeed a privilege for us, THE MUSKET Staff to bestow
on our friend and Guidance Counselor, Mr. William R. Senter, our highest
honor-the dedication of this, our 1964 edition.
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Mrs. Mabery, our school secretary, is
always 0-n the job. Typing, keeping track
of the school records and treasury, and
greeting visitors are just a few of the jobs
she handles so Well.
Mr. Davis, as assistant principal, has
many important responsibilities. He acts as
principal in the absence of Mr. Rodman.
All the discipline problems of our school
are handled by Mr. Davis. His other school
interests include sponsor of the Monitors
and coach of the track team.
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Our school nurse, Mrs. Lowrance, has
become well-known for her eifficriency and
helpfulness. Besides "doctoring" all our
sick students, she lends a hand as a cafe-
Louise B. Bruce
B.S., William Carey Collegeg M.Ed., Uni-
versity of Chattanooga. American History,
Foister B. Davis
A.B., Berea College. Advanced Biology.
HEADS OF THE DEPARTME
English Guidance Director BuSifl6SS Education
Patrick O'Shee, Jr. William B. Senter Edith S- THY101'
A.B., Duke Universityg M.A.T., University A.B., Presbyterian Collegeg B-S-, Middle Tennessee Stale? M-A-. Pea
of Chattanooga. English. L.L.B., Chattanooga College of b0dY CWOHBEC- Office Practice, B00kkeeP'
Lawg M.Ed., University of Chat- ins, Shflfthand-
Hazel B. Walker
B.S., University of Tennessee. Home Ee.
James B. Wimberly
B.S., University of Chattanoogag M.Ed.,
University of Chattanooga. Algebra, Phys-
s 1 vis
B.S., University of Chattanooga. English, Spanish.
Margie J. Baumgardner
B.S., East Tennessee State Universityg M.A.,
East Tennessee State University.
Barbara Branum Phyllis Brotherton
B.S., Carson-Newman College. Typ- B-S-, UUiV9l'SiiY Of Chattanooga
ing, General Business. Amin-ican History, World Geog-
B.B.A., University of Chattanoogag M.A., Pea-
body College. Typing, Shorthand.
Elizabeth lVl. Chase
A.B., University of South Carolina. English.
B.A., University of Chattanooga. English.
Bernyee S. Clementson
B.M., Carson-Newman College. Guidance,
S. Van Compton Lucy Dickson Leonard Ethridge t
A.B., University of Chattanooga, B.S., University of Chattanooga. BS., Tennessee TCCl1. MSCIIHHICHI
Mercer University. English. Algebra, Comprehensive Math, Drawing, Shop.
Willie Ruth Ethridge
BS., Mary-Hardin Baylor College. Choir.
B.A., Tennessee Wesleyan. English, Speech,
B.S., University of Tennesseeg M.Ed., Uni-
versity of Chattanooga. Chemistry, Health.
Sammy L. Grissom
B.S., Tennessee Tech. Psychology, Ameri-
can History, World History.
Charles R. Haile Chester Hedgecoth Herbert Hooper, Jr.
BS., University of Wyoming. Art, B.S., Tennessee Tech. Music B-S-, UI1iV6fSitY of THHHCSSCC- Uni-
Driver Education. Theory, Bands. fied Geometry, Algebra-
Sarah Louise Hunter
A.B., The College of Woositerg lVl.A., Pea-
ho-dy College. French, Latin.
,lunius F. Johnson
A.B., Findley College. Biology, Health.
B.S., Lincoln Memorial Universityg lVl,A.,
Peabody College. Health, P.E.
Lawrence E. Miller
B.B.A., University of Chattanooga. Eco-
nomics, Business Law, Business Arithmetic,
Betty Rush Eloise Samuels
B.S., University of Chattanooga. A.B., Alabama State College for
Health, BE. WOIIICH. English.
Paul M. Starnes
A.A., Hiwassee Collegeg B.A., Tennessee
Wesleyang M.Ed., University of Chatta-
nooga. American History, Sociology, Prob-
lems of Democracy.
Edward E. Woodham
B.S., University of Chattanoogag M.Ed.,
University of Chattanooga. Health, Physi-
Left to right, Mrs. Coyle, Mrs. Frazier, Mrs. Welch, Mrs. Wiggs, Mrs. Guinn.
The fine food served in our cafeteria during its six years of operation reflects the
expert ability of the lunchroom staff. Different menus prepared in an attractive
manner are served to the students. The good food makes it Worth standing in that
long lunch line.
Mr. Coffman and Mr. Edwards
Keeping a building, such as East Ridge
High School, clean and in good working
order is a large task. Our custodians work
many hours and very hard to make our
school one which we can be proud of.
arents began oining in September,
Eight hundred fifty strong by November.
eachers all oined and worked hand in hand,
T To make East Ridge High the best in the land.
chievements-all we cannot name,
Service to the school is our aim.
The teacher appreciation dessert was a pleasure,
Our part for stage curtains came out of our treasure
Thanks to you East Ridge High,
For letting us be a part,
Serving, "children and youthf, so dear to our
Mrs. Carl Groner, ,Ir
EAST RIDGE HIGH WINS STATE TROPHY FUR LARGEST
INCREASE IN MEMBERSHIP . . . 99? INCREASE
President .i...,.. .... Mrs. Carl Groner, Jr.
lst Vice President , ....s ,...........s,. ..,....,..... M 1 's. Earl Britton
2nd Vice President ...............,,...............,....... Mrs. ,lack Hyler
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Both parents and teachers
teacher appreciation teag
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Mrs Car Farle
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Mrs. C. H. Futrelle
Mrs. Gordon White
Mr. Van Compton
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while teachers ate.
Row One: J. McMahan, L. Garner, J. Miller, V. Groner, L. Walker, Mr. Wimberly, sponsor. Row Two: B. Boatwright, E. Brown, J
Houts, T. Gamble, J. Farley, D. Dorsey, V. Stakely, R. Parker. Row Three: W. LaFevor, B. England, J. Duffy, K. Hurst, P. Tallon
S. Harvey, C. Preston, J. Lackey, J. MclVIahan. Row Four: V, Odom, J. Croner, P. Sprovuse, P. Patton, J. Turner, L. Beene, A
Burnette, J. Phillips, D. Chaffin.
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DE T COUNCIL
This year the Student Council has taken on more responsibilities
and has shown true leadership throughout the entire school. Besides
supporting the various phases of the school's program, the Student
Council has taken the job of conducting all school elections and school
assemblies. As other projects this year the Council aided the administra-
tion in gaining popular movies for the student body and holding dances
in the school' gym after some of the home football games. The East
Ridge High School Student Council is truly the "student government
at East Ridge High."
P sident ,---.- .Ioe MclVIahan
V P ident .... Lane Garn
S ry ........ Vicki Gron
T er .n...,.. Jackie Miller
R p r .,...... Linda Walker
Sp nsor ...,.... Mr. W
L. to R.: J. Miller, L. Walker, J. McMahan, L. Garner, V. Croner, Mr. Wxmberly, Spo
STUDENT GOVERNMENT PRACTICES
WORKING DEMOCRACY IN . . .
- STUDENT CAMPAIGNS AND
- CONDUCTING ASSEMBLY
- PROMOTING STUDENT
Showmg democracy m actlon, Mlchael
Rogers votes in a Student Council election.
Mr. Wimberly announces candidates who will give their campaign spee
student council offices for 1964-65.
Mrs. Clementson, Sandra MCG:-rughey, Donna Waterhouse, Molly Moudy, Mr. Senter, Jerry Luther, Virginia Smith, Jane Swear-
ingen, and Cheryl Schmook.
Mr. W. R. Senter.
Mrs. Bernyce Clementson
AN INTEGRAL PART OF SCHOOL LIFE
Guidance services, as applied to the secondary school,
should be thought of as organized activities designed to give
systematic aid to pupils in solving their problems and in
making adjustments to various situations which they must
meet. These activities should assist each pupil in knowing
himelf as an individual and as a member of socieftyg in
making the most of his strengths and in correcting or com-
pensating for Weaknesses that interfere with his progressg in
learning about occupations so that he may intelligently plan
and prepare, in Whole or in part, for a careerg in learning
about educational opportunities available to him, and in
discovering and developing creative and leisure interests.
COUNSELORS AID IN
PROBLEMS . . . PERSONAL,
SCHOOL, STUDY, VOCA-
ORGANIZED TESTING PROGRAM FOR ALL GRADES
LLEGE DAY AND CAREER DAY
ALL E R STUDENTS BENEFIT FROM
SERVE AS GUIDES
FOR VISITORS ON
AND CAREER DAY
Mrs. Louise Bruce
Miss Margie Baumgardner
Kay Brown, Linda Wells, Beverly Boatwright, Paulette Coodner, Marilyn Ensley, Vicki
Lane Garner fNot pictured: Jerry White?
MUSKET STAFF CAPTURES MEMORIES
. . CREATES
It was a busy and challenging year for the 1964
Musket Staff. Selling ads, drawing new and different
layouts, and developing good copy were just a few
of the tasks that the staff undertook. Hours after
school, in the evenings, on weekends, and in the
summer were spent in making the 1964 Musket some-
thing special. We hope the Pioneer "spirit" captured
in this Musket will be reflected for years to come by
the students of ERH.
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David Eaker, Jack Groner
LAYOUT EDITOR STUDENT ADVISOR EDITOR COVEDITOR
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Ronnie Walker Gail Ellis Vicki Groner Paulette Goodner
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Gail Ellis, Linda Walker, Janice Lackey, Tommy Baugh
ANNUAL HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES
Row One: L. Pope, B. Boatwright, M. Ensley, P. Patton, L. Friel, J. Lackey, V. Stakely, M. Scheni. Row Two: L. Garner, P.
Coodner, S. McCaughey, K. Holt, S. Capehart, S. Aronwald, W. LaFevor, P. Tallon. Row Three: D. Chaffin, D. Eaker, L. Walker,
E. Murphy, J. Robinson, K. Brown, L. Beene, L. Wells, P. Womack, B. Johns.
Row One: G. Turner, J. McMal1an, A. Harris, C. Pekala, D. Winkler, A. Braly, C. Brooks, S. Hixon, K. King, B. Rogers, B
Wamack. Row Two: J. Luther, K. Griffith, C. Hyde, P. Forrester, K. Hurst, B. O'Neal, J. Carroll, J. Pfitzer, L. Martin.
POWDER HOR STAFF
Olivia Flynn has competently run the Powder Horn as Editor-in-Chief.
Mr. Van Compton
Olivia Flynn, Editor-in-Chiefg Jerry Luther, Mimeographerg .lane Davis, Associate Editorg ,Iudy
Dale,Assi,stant,Associate Editorg Billie Rogers, Society Editorg Terry Gamble, Sports Editorg Don
Grant, News Editorg Mr. Compton, Sponsor.
The successful publication of a high 5390
school newspaper depends greatly on co-
operation and hard work. These words,
deed, were the watch words of the 1963-64
staff of the Powder Horn.
Under the competent advisorship of Mr.
Van Compton, the paper staff met at the
5th period each day to carry out the tasks
of putting out an informative publication
of student interest.
The Powder Horn serves as a student
mouthpiece. It recognizes outstanding stu-
dents, scoops special events, and covers elec-
tions and activities.
.lane Davis, Olivia Flynn, Jerry Luther, Cecelia Cooke.
I Jerry Luther, Claude Hyde, Glenn Turner, Terry Gamble, Jerry McMahan
Cecella Cooke Kenny Griffith.
Row One: L. Futrelle, M. Britton, L. Fields, B. Moss, P. Sparks, G. Ellis, B. Gannaway, G. Wallace. Row Two: Mrs. Clementson,
Sponsor, C. Cooke, P. Talbert, N. Webb, N. Spears. S. Norris, V. Christa, S- Mccaughey, J. Farley, C. Schmook. Row Three: R- Walker,
B. Wallace, F. Dillard, D. Matthews, A. Burnette, K. Griffith, V. G-ioner, P. Womack, D. Kelly.
NATIUNAL H0 GR OCIET
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One of the highest honors that can
be attained by a high school junior
or senior is membership in the National
Honor Society. Members are selected
from the upper third of each class and
are voted on by members of the faculty.
Membership is based on a student's
character, leadership, scholarship, and
service. The Honor Society has two in-
ductions each year. Seniors are tapped
in the fall and juniors in the spring.
The main project of the Honor Society
this year was presenting the school with
Honor Society collars to be worn by
graduating society members.
OFFICERS: David Matthews, President, Ronnie Walker, Vice Presidentg Vicki
Groner, Secretaryg David Kelly, Treasurerg Fran Dillard, Parliamentariang Nancy
Webb, Program Chairman, Mrs. Clementson., Sponsor.
Row One: C. Payne, D. Chaffin, K. Brown, M. Smotherman, P. Goodner, N. Payne. Row Two
B. Boatwright, M. Ensley, D. Verble, O. Henson, D. Vandergriff, J. Goforth, I.. Walker, C. Smith
S. Glasscock. Row Three: G. Pekala, V. Parton, C. Atwood, II. Scheni.
RECOG ITIO GF CHARACTER,
LE DER HIP,
SCHOLARSHIP AND ERVICE.
Row One: C. Atwood, M. Britton, A. Burnette, V. Christa, C. Cooke, F. Dillard, G.
EIHS, L- Fields R010 TWO: J. Farley, I.. Futrelle, B. Gannaway, J. Goforth, K. Griffith,
V. Groner, D. Kelly, D. Matthews. Row Three: B. Moss, S. McGaughey, S. Norris, G.
Pekala, C. Schmook, C. Smith, P. Sparks, N. Spears. Row Four: P. Talbert, R. Walker,
B. Wallace, G. Wallace, N. Webb, P. Womack.
Row One: Miss Feezell, Sponsor, G. Ellis, R. Walker, L. Beene, D. Grant. Row Two: L. Fields, J. Farr, N. Webb, A. Burnette
P. Johnson, M. Lewis, J. Emerson, B. Wamack, J. Durham, B. Rogers. Row Three: J. Farley, P. Womack, H. Dixon, K. Griffith
R. Farmer, D. Eaker, F. Dillard, J. Hodges, L. Garner, V. Groner.
L. Beene, G. Ellis, D. Grant, R. Walker.
President ........... ...................... ...... D o in Grant
Vice President ...... ............. G ail Ellis
Secretary ,---,,,,---- ,,.,... R onnie Walker
Treasurer .,.... ..,.. L ibby Beene
Sponsor .,.,. .,... lVI iss Feezell
This is the first full year the dramatic group,
formerly known as the Honor Dramatics, has
been privileged with membership in the National
Thespian Society. The National Thespian Society,
founded in 1929, is composed of 2,390 troupes
in the United States.
It is the purpose of the local club to encourage
and to participate in all phases of dramatics at
our school. Since the troupe began, there has
been a noticeable increase' in the interest of stu-
dents and in the improvement of stage facilities.
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Row One: G. Ellis, G. Aven, 0. Flynn, S. Goldstein, J. Farr, Mr. Johnson, Sponsor. Row Two: K. Newton,
P. Womack, D. Kelly, R. Johnson, C. Cooke. Row Three: L. Walker, D. Womack, J. Adams, D. Stephens, B.
GRE SIC LEAGL E
The Forensic League is a new organization at East Ridge.
It was formed by a group of students interested in debate and
public speaking. Metro government was a popular topic for the
club's debates. ln addition to affiliation with the Forensic So-
ciety, the club is also a member of the Tennessee Speech League
for high schools.
club had no officers this first year. The five founders served as board
in the club's administration.
One of the first things a debater must learn is
to do research.
Row One: F. Nunez, J. Mclffahan, J. Houts, Sweetheart, T. Gamble, Mr. Grissom, Sponsor. Row Two: A. Charlesworth, L. Henry
M. Bailey, J. Gaither, E. Swilling, B. Johns. J. Hours. S. White, ,l. Durham, C. Bridges. Row Three: T. May, J. Groner, F. Hooper,
NI. Smotherman, D. Brooks, S. King, J. White, C. Roberts, J, Poole, J. McMahan, B. England.
Once again the East Ridge Junior Lions have completed a
most successful year.
Their many services to the school and the community in-
cluded: the ringing of the Christmas bells at the welfare chim-
neys, the delivering of the Christmas food baskets to the needy
families, and with the successful sale of their calendar, they
W presented to the school forty traveling blazers emblazed with
l the school crest. These will be used by representatives of the
Junior Lions officers present Mr. Rodman with
forty traveling blazers for the school.
President ...................,...,...,...... Freddy Nunez
Vice President ,,,... ..... J oe McMahan
Secretary .. ....... ...... K enny Griffith
Treasurer ........ ....... T erry Gamble
Lion Tamer ....... ...,.,...,, D on Grant
Sponsor ....... .... S ammy Grissom
Ronnie will probably end up buying a calendar from
each of the four top Jr. Lions Calendar Salesmen.
The Junior Lioness Club was organized in the latter part of 1962
with the help of the Senior Lioness Club of East Ridge. It is a service
club composed of twenty-five members chosen through letters of ap-
plication to the club.
This year the Junior Lioness had their annual life-saver sale, presented
the school with five blazers, sponsored a dance for the student body,
helped in the Welfare drive during Christmas, and presented their
"Beau,7, Kenneth Griffith, in an assembly program and a skit. Later
in the year they had a service project, helped conduct a survey for
the East Ridge Jaycees, and had a social activity for the club members.
The Junior Lioness life-saver sale was again
undertaken this year.
President ,,V,,,w,,,,,. ,,,,e,Ye,,,,,,,,,,,,t,,.,,.. P hyllis Sparks
Vice President ...... ...... B everly MOSS
Secretary Y,w--F-AY ,,.,.. V lVi2lI1 Slfakley
Treasurer .....,. -,s---- .l lldy' Fa1'lCY
Repgfter Yrvnk ,,,, M lIll'llC
Spgnggf ----,-------MYYv,,,-,-,-,,,,,,,-,-- ,.,.,.... E loise S3I1'1ll6lS
Phyllis Sparks presents Kenny with u
gift from the .lunior Lioness. I ' I S
Row One: L, Walker, Mrs. Samuels, Sponsor, M. Cobb, B. Moss, P. Sparks, V. Stakley, J. Farley, P. Goodner. Row Two:
K. Rodman, M. Ensley, S. Jones, M. Simmons, L. Thrailkill, V. Parton, K. Holt, B. Wamack, G. Ellis. Row Three: M. Adair,
L. Kelley, J. Wilkerson, S. Ratchford, L. Futrelle, M. Howard, G. Wallace, V. Groner, J. Robinson. 43
Row One: Mr. McEwen, L. Garner, G. Aven, R. Julian, D. Eaker, S. Sherlin, V. Odom. R. Walker, R. Weir, W. LaFevor. Row
Two: D. Toth, D. Clark, R. Guider, R. Williams, J. Luther, C. Goss, C. Peek, J. Weir, L. Stubblefield, P. Pearson B. McLeroy
Row Three: B. Chormley, M. Rogers, J. Bennett, C. Werner, D. Kelley, M. Coyle, D. Smith, J. Bethune, T. Thompson, G
Turner, J. Totton, S. Atwood.
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Selling .Christmas trees and "East Ridge Pioneer"
stickers were a few of the projects undertaken by
this year's Junior Optimist club. They also par-
ticipated in their annual Father-Son banquet and
served as county commisioners for a day. In ad-
dition to these the club helped take a public survey
in the town of East Ridge and donated 3125 to
the school for baseball uniforms.
At the Optimist first District meeting, Richard Julian
was elected President.
President ....... ..................... Richard Julian
V. President ..... .......... V ic Odom
Secretary ....,.., ......... G ary Aven
Treasurer ...... ..... S teve Sherlin
Sponsor ...... ....... M r. MCEWGII
President Alice presents the trophy to David, our Ideal Boy.
The Opti-Miss Club, which has recently become se-
lective in its membership, has enjoyed an active, serv-
iceable year. Among its many activities were selling
Christmas Wrapping paper, giving Christmas gifts to
underprivileged children and the donation of four
girl's blazers to the school. The club presented an
assembly program on December 17 during which time
Mr. ldeal, David Eaker, was announced. With spring
came the annual Mother-Daughter banquet and the
long-awaited Opti-Miss pins. The girls also found time
to participate in community charity drives throughout
President ..,,,,, ,,,,,,. ............,... , A lice Burnette
V. President ..,. ..,... N ancy Webb
Secretary .... .... W anda Hyche
Treasurer ,W ,,Y, ,,,,,,,.... L irlda Walker
Sponsors ,,,.. ...... M rs. Brotherton,
With these gifts the Opti-Miss girls brightened
Christmas for a group of small children.
Row One: Miss Hunter, B. Rogers, N. Webb, S. Norris, W. Hyche, D. Eaker, A. Burnette, L. Walker, B. Boatwnght, S.
Adkins, Mrs. Brotherton. Row Two: M. Scheni, M. Britton, R. Pruett, L. Ligon, J. Zeige, B. Mavity, P. Talbert, G. Pekala,
M. Mays, L. Wells, S. Turner, L. Caylo-r, P. Yarbrough, G. Blevins. Row Three: P. Irwin, M. Farley, Heard, S. Bazzell,
L, Beene, B. Shannon, C. Schmook, J. Von Schaaf, K. Hurst, C. Yarbrough, J. Abercrombie, P. Hickman, .l. Farr, S.
Aronwald, R. Ashworth.
Row One: A. Harris, S. Fox, P. Womack, J. Miller, S. Neal, J. Starnes, B. Parker, G. Wofford. Row Two: J. White, C. Hyde, E. Schrader
P. Pierce, J. Swafford, J. White, B. Lumpkin, D. Dubrow, J. Payne. Row Three: G. Beamer, M. Holmes, J. Phillips, B. Fryar, J. Bulman
T. Lively, L. Swanson, S. Childs. Row Four: J. Oxford, D. Chaffin, D. Haley, E. Brown, L. Gutshall, J. Bell, K. Tullis, R. Gilley. Row Fwe
R. Krum, D. Loggins, J. Turner, J. Adams, D. Bevilaqua, B. Wallace, D. Matthews, B. Sullivan, C. Barry.
The Key Club this year has more than ever tried
to live up- to its motto of 'GWe Build."
The Key Club sold concessions at the football games.
In the annual Muscular Dystrophy Drive they col-
lected almost 35500. They were also in charge of the
annual Red Cross drive in the homerooms.
Last summer Mr. Starnes and Paul Womack at-
tended the lnternational Convention in Pittsburgh.
President .. ,.......... .........,......,,,,,,,,,,,, P aul Womack
Vice President ..... Jackie Miller
Secretary ....... ......... S tanley Neal
Treasurer .. .,.. ....... B uddy Parker
Sponsor ...... ..... M r. Paul Starnes
Sweetheart .... .... V icki Groner
Two Key Club boys take up for the Muscular
Row One: B. Black, J. Goforth, J. Turner, B. Copeland, S. Brown, B. Cannaway, G. Legg, V. Pritchard. Raw Two: J. Durham,
P. Hendrix, S. Sawyer, P. Boren, G. Keown, L. Turner, V. Christa, N. Spears, G. Brown, S. Silvers, M. Klara, P. Haley. Row
Three: N. Fridell, S. Greene, J. Davis, J. Lackey, P. Towery, S. Cass, P. Hunt, D. Brown, C. Adkins, D. Noblitt.
E IOR Y-TEE S
President W ........... ............................. ..... B e Cky Gannaway
Vice P1'6SlClCI'1t ...... ,. ,, ,, ,, V Glenda
Corresponding Secretary .... ,,,,, S andra Brown
Recording Secretary ..., . Beverly Black
Treasurer -............. ...... . ,. Beth Copeland
Chaplain ............. .... . .. Janet Turner
Inter Club Council Rep. ..... ..... J udy Coforth
SPODSOI' ........ . . . ................. . .... ,. lVIrs. Branum
Y-Teens gave a Christmas party for orphans at Bonnie Oaks School.
This year marks the sixth year of
Y-Teens at East Ridge High School. Ac-
tivities, both Y.W.C.A. sponsored and of
their own invention, kept them busier
than ever. J
This year the Y-Teens collected for
UNICEF and the Cancer Drive. There
was no end to the sales . . . potato chip
sales, Easter Lily sales, and Poppy sales.
At Christmas they decorated the lobby
at the Y.W.C.A. and gave a Christmas
party for orphans from Bonnie Oaks
School. In February they took part in
the potato chip rally.
The outstanding Sr. Y-Teen was pre-
sented with an award in recognition of
her service to the club.
The main objectives of the Junior Y-Teens is
service to their club, school, and community. The
girls also engage in many of the activities spon-
sored by the Y.W.C.A. Among these Were: the Y-
Teen Recognition Service, the Potato Chip Sale,
and the Lily Tag Sale.
President ,,,,......,... ....,t,, D ottie Verble
Vice President ....... ...... C arol Preston
Secretary .......... ...... G ayle Guest
Treasurer ................ ....i,. J udy Neal
Program Chairmen ..... ...... G wen Cofer
Sponsor ...... .....,. M rs. Branum
Row One: B. James, C. Preston, G. Guest, .l. Neal, D. Verble, Mrs. Bartlett, Sponsor. Row Two: M. Shasteen, D. Tate, J. Cowart,
N. Slayton, N. Brown, S. Crownover, L. Hall, N. Payne, D. Oglesby, D. Dorsey, G. Cuider, A. Boyd, P. Pack. Row Three:
J. Thorne, S. Hixon, P. Talley, M. Dupree, D. James, S. Weber, J. Crane, C. Adcox, L. Murphree, B. Cooley, S. Cline, B.
Dobbins, S. Petry. Row Four: A. Faeber, S. Daverson, J. Carroll, B. Harris, P. Wagner, C. Rowland, F. Armour, S. Adair,
P. Dockery, P. Morse, P. Sprouse, C. Miller, B. Burgess, S. Colby, H. Haisten, S. Cross, S. Davidson, P. Dockery, P. Lowe,
S. Glasscock, A. Kunath, N. Weaver, M. Moudy.
Row One: S. Spurling, J. Ridgeway, C. Roddy, J. Stone, D. Stubblefield, B. Pierce, P. Tallon, C. Stevenson. Row Two: B.
Soulders, P. Hiltz, S. Sawyer, S. Ellis, G. White, P. Patton, S. Harvey, S. Ball, M. Singleterry, G. Gaither, J. Elliott, S. Godsey,
S. Casey, S. Petty, J. Snyder, J. Duffy, P. Stern. Row Three: S. Cole, W. Irwin, D. Doughty, A. McManus, L. Nall, B. Woodard,
L. Rayburn, J. Smith, J. Hedgecoth, L. Womack, C. Norris, T. Cause, S. Smith, C. Muskey, G. Lidsey, L. Friel, D. Mosley.
UPHOMORE Y-TEE S
President ........,... ,,,,,..,,--,-- J udy Stone
ViCC PTCSid6I1t ...... ....... C arol Stevenson
Secretary ......... ..... D ofttie Stubblefield
Treasurer ...... .,,.,,.,,,.,, P at Tallfm
Sponsor ..... ..... M iss Dickson
The Sophomore Y-Teens, this year, are on the
move again. Like the junior and senior Y-Teens,
they are a service club, so they help our school
and community with service projects. As of yet,
they haven't had very many projects, but hope to '
in the future' D. Doughty and S. Smith collect for East Ridge
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS
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A n........- .u .-. .H .... I -........ .......,1..
The Future Business Leaders of America strive for serv-
ice, education, and character that are necessary for business
leadership. An awards program aids in building skill in
business subjects. Practical experience in selling is obtained
U T U R E through selling projects. Social service and business train-
USINESS ing are experienced by using the profit from the sales
EADVERS projects for club expenses and school business equipment.
OFFICERS ..,, , .. . . , , , ....
President .,,s....... .,............... .,.. S h irley Arnold
Vice President ...... ....... B illie Rogers
Secretary ............ -. -. Wanda Hyche
Treasurer ................ ................... J anice Davis
Parliamentarian ....... ..... C arman Yarbrough
Photographer ..... ........ K aren Kaiser
Sponsor. ........... ...... M iss Evelyn Cash
Row One: B. Rogers, S. Arnold, P. Hendrix, W. Hyche. Row Two: J. Davis, C. Yarbrough. Row Three: M. Scheni, S. Silvers, J.
Thomas. Row Four: P. Raley, S. Brown, J. Swearingen, R. Pruitt. Row Fives P. Hunt, B. Gannaway, C. Schmook, K. Kaiser.
-Row Six: P. Towery, Miss Cash, R. Claiborn, G. Legg.
Row One: K. Manning, B. Bradshaw, J. Smith, D. Ramsey, N. Schaerer, Mrs. Walker, Sponsor. Row Two: D. Waterhouse,
Z. Baker, C. Dean, C. Guess, J. Eaves, L. Howard, S. Vipond, L. Hixon, J. Bowles, A. Wilhoite. Row Three: P. Johnson, P.
Stone, B. Forester, S. McKaig, L. Cooley, L. Parris, M. Greene, K. Boyd, M. Totten. Row Four: S. Trundle, C. Padgett, W.
Snyder, P. Taylor, J. Finch, G. Huff, M. Cantrell, C. Allen.
TURE HG MAKER OF
The emblem of the FHA symbolizes the homes of tomorrow,
in the hands of the,youth of today. The colors, recl and white,
are indicative of the courage, determination, and purity of
The projects of the East Ridge FHA provide rich exper-
If " o
iences in leadership and living.
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Presldent ......................,,......., Norma Schzterer
Mrs. Hazel Walker
The FHA girls ex-
amine the cook-
books that they sold
for their money-
Row One: G. Orrell, M. Totten, B. 0'neal, S. Green, O. Flynn, M. Britton, Mrs. Chase, sponsor. Row Two: L. Hall, D. Bailey, C. At- I
wood, S. Totten, G. Lindsey, M. Simmons. M. Cobb. L. Thraikill, C. Preston, L. Martin, ..L,,lQale, A. Boyd, D. Abercrombie. Row l
ghree: .l. Carroll, E. Murphy, S. Colby, M. Adair, M. McKnight, S. Heideman, H. Haistefn, K. Brown, S. Davidson, A. Braly, L.
President ---------------------------- Mildfed Totten This year the Future Teachers have had four
Vice President .................... Charlotte Brooks
Recording Secretary ............ Sherrill Green
Corresponding Secretary ........ Olivia Flynn
Treasurer ............................ Beverly O'Neal
Chaplain .... .... P at Forester -3
Historian .................................. Gayle Orrell i n
main projects of service to the school and com-
munity. The annual projects of setting up a Christ-
mas tree at the Children's Hospital, and the "Apple
for a Teacher Dayi' were carried out. They also
donated books to expand the library, and served
as substitute teachers at local grammar schools.
Mildred Totten presents hooks to Miss Baum- F.T.A. members discuss plans for future activities.
gardner for library.
Row One: R. Williams, J. Swafford, E. Brown, L. Henry, W. LaFevor, S. Fox, T. Cantrell, B. McI.eroy, R. Weir. Row Two: S. Sher-
lin, P. Womack, B. Powderly, R. Guider, C. Goss, J. Luther, T. Thompson, T. Elsner, L. Delbrugge, T. Gamble, J. Houts. Row
Three: J. Cunningham, D. Chaffin, C. Werner, R. Julian, C.-Roberts, W. Gardner, D. Smith, D. Eaker, J. Bethune, B. Ghormley,
D. Loggins, Mr. Hooper, Sponsor.
FELLOW HIP OF
The F.C.A. chapter of East Ridge High has a huddle
meeting each week. At this meeting the boys discuss vari-
ous problems that confront them.
Each year the boys from this and other schools are sent
to camps HCIQSS the nation where they meet many great
CHRISTIAN ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
The highlight of the year was the naming of Steve
Sherlin as the Christian Athlete of the year from our school.
Steve Sherlin receives his Bible from local representa-
President ---------..-.-----.................. Steve Sherlin
GFOUP Leader ----,. ..... D avid Eaker
GFOUP Leader ------ -..... P aul Womack
Chaplain --e,----,--- ....... R ichard Julian
These Christian Athletes presented not only their first but one of the
most impressive assembly programs at East Ridge.
"We hope that this plaque will help preserve his memory, inspiration, and the many
accomplishments on and off the athletic field at East Ridge. This plaque is in
his memory, his monument will remain in our hearts."
President .,...,,,,,,..,..,,,..,,t,,,,V,t. Robert Weir
Vice President ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Larry Delbrugge
Secretary-Treasurer ,,,..... Bobby lVlcLeroy
Sergeant at Arms ,,,.,, .,,,, R ichard Julian
Sponsors ,...,,..,,,,,,, .,,,. M ack Franklin
This yearls Lettermen had many activities
some of which included: taking up money
for the East Ridge Welfare Fund at Christ-
mas, and selling East Ridge windbreakers
to other athletes of the school. They also
held an initiation for the new members
which were taken in at the beginning of the
school year. The most worthy accomplish-
ment of the Lettermen was the presentation
of the plaque in honor of Coach Earl
Shanks, which will be placed on the football
Row.0ne: Coach Haile, B. McLeroy, L. Delbrugge, R, Weir, R. Julian, Coach Franklin. Row Two: M. Britt, J. Swafford, D. Grant, A
Harris, C. Cess, P. Pierce, J. Luther, F. Nunez, W. LaFever, S. White. Row Three: C. Roberts, R. Guider, L. Chadwick, B. Boyd, J
Miller, J. White, J. Hodges, T. Gamble, R. Gilley, B. Saffles, B. Parker. Row Four: S. Sherlin, B. Ghormley, J. Jeffries, L. Rogers, D
Eaker, M. Miller, D. Smith, K. Hobbs, J. Cunningham, J. Bethune, D. Taylor.
Row One: G. Wallace, B. Wamack, M. Martin, C. Smith, D. Williams. Row Two: B. Shannon, L. Fields, C. Cook, S. Petry, J. Durham
J. Goforth, J. Finch, S. Barry, B. Cooley, R. Ashworth. Row Three: Miss Rush, L Beene, S. McGaughey, N. Webb, P. Johnson, J
Emerson, S. Sheffield, R. McGill, L. Davis.
The Letterettes are girls who have lettered in
athletics, choir, band and cheerleading. Their
main purpose is to help promote better sports-
manship among the student body.
The initiates looked bad, but their spelling
looked even worse.
During initiation new members may be found anywhere doing
,- Carol Smith
Miss Betty Rush
Row One: G. Orrell, G. Pekala, B. Moss, C. Payne, V. Smith, O. Henson, Mrs. Lowrance. Row Two: C. Rich, J. Cowart,
K. Newton, J. Carroll, S. Colby, S. Hixson, S. Kimbro, C. Ownby, C. Stevenson, G. Foy. Row Three: C. Judd, M. HSFVCY,
T. Warren, S. Ellis, F. Pagan, B. Gibson, D. Powell, J. Swearingen, D. Tate, P. Newton, S. Daverson, J. Phillips. Row Four:
P. Sparks, L. Futrell, N. Spears, M. Shasteen, L. Tumer, J. Bryan, K. DHVIS, W. Jones, B. Johnson, C. Carpenter.
The Medical Careers club, organized for
the benefit of those desiring a future voca-
tion in medicine, has been in existence for
three years. Activities for this year included
educational movies, guest speakers and
panel discussions. The club also distrib-
uted Thanksgiving fruit baskets at a local
hospital and had a cake sale to raise money.
President ................................ Ora Henson
V. President ..... Virginia Smith
Secretary ....... Christine Payne
ginia Smith, Bev-
erly Moss, Christine
Payne, Ora Henson.
Brenda Johnson orders her club pin.
The Sportsman Club,
in its second year at
East Ridge, has served
the school and com-
munity by developing
Row One: Mr. Johnson, Sponsor, B. Farmer, B. Bradshaw, R. Ellis, H. Dixon. Row Two: D.
Woods, B. Butts, R. Evans, T. Bradshaw, K. Davis, G. Williford, B. Saffels, G. Pruitt, H. Nathan.
Row Three: K. Gallaher, J. Fitts, T. Cranert, T. Bancroft, B. Driver, D. Webb, S. Standifer, R.
Ewing, P. Helms.
The lnquisitors Club is
primarily concerned with
presenting the high school
student with a background
in a variety of fields
through film and leetures
which are based on cur-
rent events, sports, coun-
tries, and industry.
Row One: T. Warren, Mr. Miller, Sponsor, D. Tatum, M. Haddock. Row Two: M. McNabb,
G: Yvfher, E- Dawn, M- Stull, J. McGee, J. Starnes, T. Hudlow, B. Lively, R. Jolley, C. CiIlY. B-
Plrtle. Row Three: B. Porter, J. Kerr, W. Staley, W. Browder, S. Simonds, J. Simmons, D.
Stephens, C. Yarbrough, W. Thomas, R. Smithers.
Row One: J. Carter, G. Aven, M. Klara, D. Ogleshy, F. Gaither, J. Eaves, C. Rich, N. Weaver. Row Two: Miss,Baumgardne1'
J. Emerson, E. Johnson, B. Klara, L. Thrailkill, D. Ramsey, L. Pope, P. Byrd, L. Cooley. Row Three: K. Boyd, G. Qualls M
Greene, M. Parris, R. Braddam. Row Four: E. Love, J. Bennett, D. Tatum, R. Smithers, J. White, H. Dixon, K. Irwin.
I know that card is in here!
The purpose of a library is to get the right book
into the hands of the right person at the right time.
The staff seeks to fulfill this aim and works hard
at checking out books and magazines, shelving books
and even repairing books that are damaged.
Representatives of our library staff again this
year attended the meeting of the East Tennessee
Association of Student Library Assistants. This
year Linda Thrailkill, a hard Worker of East Ridge's
staff, was elected president.
President ,............................... Henry Dixon
Vice President ............ ....... A nn Boyd
Secretary-Treasurer ...... ....... J ane Eaves
Reporter ..................... ..... J erry Carter
Comer Johnson gives Dennis Womack a
lesson in shelving books.
Row One: H. Dixon, G. Williford, L. Baliles, S. Hicks, J. Starnes, J. Carter, R. Braddam. Row Two: D. Womack, E. Johnson
G. Aven, J. Bennett, R. Smithers, D. Tatum, L. Clonts. Row Three: D. Loggins, S. Wimpee, E Love, D. Davis, J. White, S. Standifer
Steve Standifer, representative of all our projectionists,
capably carries out the duties assigned to him.
Keeping projectors repaired and cleaned, show-
ing films and film strips in classes, running the
projectors for movies in the gym, and operating
record players and tape recorders are tasks that
are capably handled by our projectionists. They
can even perform hard tasks, such as rewinding a
film upside down and backwards, with ease.
PROJ ECTIO ISTS
Members of the Library Staff and Projectionists
sold cakes to raise money.
It would he impossible for
the cafeteria to function effi-
ciently without the aid of the
student cashiers. They are al-
ways ready with a friendly smile
and "here's your changef'
B. Copeland, Mr. Wimberly, S. Classcock, Mrs. Lowrance.
is oFF1cE STAFF
Row One: B. Wamack, J. Durham, B. Rogers, N. Payne, M. Scheni, M. Britton. Row Two:
D. Dorsey, G. Pekala, G. Wallace, J. Farley, N. Webb, C. Preston. Row Three: C. Payne, P.
Talhert, B. Gannaway, W. Hyche, A. Burnette, J. Finch.
These girls, during their
free periods, assist with the
many duties necessary in
operating a school office. An-
swering the telephone, taking
announcements, running er-
rands, and calling ahsentees
are some of their services.
Row One: L. Caylor, G. Blevins, M. Sparkman, G. Foy, A. Wilhoite. Row Two: P. Davis, M.
Thompson, L. Rayburn, Mr. Davis. Row Three: L. Peace, S. Kimbro.
These students, under Miss
Taylor's leadership, operate the
school bookstore very efficiently.
They are always willing to take
your business and money dur-
ing the "before homeroom
"Do you have a pass?"
These are the familiar words
of our alert monitors, who
are under the leadership of
Mr. Davis. They're always on
hand to help control school
Row One: D. Abercrombie, P. Newton, P. Hiltz, D. Bailey, M. Hixon, D. Waterhouse, B. Ellis, P. Yarbrough, S. Godsey, K. Thompso
C. Adkins, L. McDonald, J. Thomas. Row Two: B. Woodard, B. Bradshaw, S. Adkins, K. Adams, M. Klara, L. Fields, M. Cantrell, P
Maples, S. Martin, M. Lewis, M. Sparkman, W. Irwin. Row Three: B. Claiborne, J. Abercrombie, S. Sawyer, B. Klara, S. Sawyer, .l
Emerson, S. Sheffield, D. Hash, S. Totten, P. Wagner, B. Harris, J. Thorne, J. McGee. Row Four: B. Burgess, R. Coleman, N. Hayni
P. ilohlnson, C. Wallace, J. Gaither, B. Bradshaw, J. Allen, L. McCurry, D. Winkler, E. Johnson, J. Bell, S. Adair, S. Espy, S. Spurling
. 1C man.
C 01 R OFFICERS
President ............. .............................. P all Johnson
Vice President ,,.,,, ..,.. D iane Abercrombie
E ......, Martha Lewis
OFFICERS AND ACCOMPANIST
Student Director ...... ............ J ulia Emerson
Accompanist ,---,,, ,.,,,,, D lane AlJCI'CI'0II'l.lTJl6 1
Row One: D. Abercrombie, S. Sawyer. Row Two: S. Martin, MIS. Willie Etllridge
J. Emerson, P. Johnson, M. Lewis.
ALL STATE CHORUS
John Gaither and Nancy Haynie
John Gaither, Pat Johnson, Julia Emerson, Dennis Winkler
CHOIR PRESENTS SECOND MUSICAL
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THE MARCHI GPRIDE AN ,
THE E.R. BAND
The East Ridge High School Marching Band for the 1963-64 season con- l
sisted of 65 members, the largest band in the history of the school.
DIRECTOR The hand performed at ten halftime sho-ws during the football season,
closing the season by going to Dayton, Tennessee, to perform at the Straw- 1
A berry Bowl.
Capfaill -I.I.-- ................... D avid Matthews
Co-Captain ...... Curtis Barry
Lieutenants .- ..... Bennie Wallace
Secretary -, Bobbie Jo Shannon
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The band presented its annual Christmas concert of all Class A music in December. They were enthusias-
tically received by an appreciative audience.
The band completed its first year of Class
tanooga and at the State Marching Festival in
rated as third in the state, having missed first
At the East Tennessee Band and Orchestra
bands out of eighteen to receive a "Superior"
ceive this rating.
A competition. At both the Tri-State Marching Festival in Chat-
Murfreesboro, the band received a "Superior" rating: It is also
place by only .4 of a point.
Festival in Maryville, Tennessee, East Ridge was one of five
rating and the only Class A band from Hamilton County to re-
ln May, the band made a tour of Middle Tennessee and played concerts at Columbia Military Academy, Tul-
lahoma High School, and Twin Rivers High School in Nashville.
Sandra Cole, Bobbie ,lo Shannon, Brenda Sledge, Fran Dillard, Sandra Ball
Susan Petry 67
C NCERT BAN
Row One: B. Wallace, M. Britton, C. Simmons, L. Beene, J. Smith, B. Sledge, S. Ball, P. Hamrick, R. Ashworth, B. Shannon. Row Two
R. Gum, F. Dillard, C. Rich, J. Kerr, S. Petry, E. Jennings, J. Goforth, L. Helms, S. Cole, J. Elliot, D. Gillespie, P. Davis, P. Stern, E. Lov
J. Payne, D. Bevilaqua, G. Howard. Row Three: J. Turner, J. Heard, B. Butts, M. Camhron, F. Mullins, F. Gaither, C. Stevenson, B. Shave
G. Wilkes. Row Four: D. Matthews, R. Helms, R. Ewing, J. Stone, J. White, D. Kelley, J. Bennett, D. Vandergriif, J. Stamey, J. Wi
banks, D. Forester, L. Ledford, B. Lee, T. Matthews, E. Seevers, E. McCoy, J. Allen, K. Tullis,.fB. DeCanno, G. Helms, T. Hudlow, P. Helm-
D. Clayton, J. Oxford, B. Fryar, D. Miller, B. Sullivan, L. Womack, C. Barry.
Row One: C. Simmons, F. Mullins, B. Wallace, J. Turner, G. Wilkes, R. Gum, B. Shaver, D. Matthews, L. Womack, C. Barry,
B. Sullivan, J. Oxford. Row Two: J. Stamey, K. Tullis, J. White, D. Forester, J. Wilbanks, L. Ledford, B. Lee.
Seated: J. Stamey, J. Wilhanks, D. Forester, L. Ledford, B. Lee, G. Howard, D. Bevilaqua, E. Losfe,
ilg. Oxgnrd, B. Fryar, D. Miller, B. Sullivan, C. Barry. Standing: E. Seevers, E. McCoy, K. Tullxs,
. De armo.
Seated: B. Shannon, R. Ashworth, M. Britton, C. Simmons, L. Beene, R. Gum, F. Dillard, C. Rich,
J. Kerr, J. Smith. Standing: J. Stamey, K. Tullis, D. Matthews, J. White, G. Wilkes, C. Stevenson,
L. to R.: J. White, D. Matthews, D. Kelley. 69
TWO ARE NAMED TO THE
ALL STATE BAND
HONORS AND AWARDS ARE GIVEN TO TALENTED
HARD WORKING, AND VERY DESERVING E.R. BAND
NINE ARE NAMED T O EAST TENNESSEE BAND
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CHEERLEADERS SERVE AS SPARKPLUG FOR
PIONEER'S GREAT SCHGOL SPIRIT . . .
Sandra McGaughey Ginny Wallace Joy Robinson Marlene Howard
CAPTAIN Nancy Brown
FIVE BLUE RIBBONS AND TROPHY
HARD WORK PAYS OFF IN SUMMER CLINIC L Lynda Walker
L. to R.: L. Walker, G. Wallace, J. Durham, M. Howard, B. Wamack, J. Robinson, N. Brown, S. McGaughy, S. Aronwald.
'64 PIONEER GRIDMEN ECLIPSE
Row One: W. LaFevor, L. Swanson, R. Fryk, B. McLeroy, R. Guider, C. Roberts, R. Julian, C. Werner, F. Nunez, T. Cooper, R.
S. Thompson, E. Schrader, S. Smith, B. Powderly, A. Harris, T. Baugh, .I. White, J. Miller, B. Davis, D. Grant, M. Miller, L. Hen1'y, C.
In the fall of 1963, a band of ro-ugh and ready
Pioneers emerged upon and largely dominated the local
high school scene, featuring a fleet, explosive ground
game and practically impenetrable defense, this group
posted the best high school slate in the city with an
excellent 8-2-1 record. Following a relatively slow start
due to inexperience and injuries, the Pioneers continu-
ally improved throughout the season, capping it with
an impressive 17-7 win over Soddy Daisy in the first
annual Strawberry Bowl in Dayton, Tennessee. While
posting the best record in the school's history, these
Pioneers slugged their way to a rating of thirteenth in
the entire state.
Stunned by a City touchdown in the first 448 seconds
of the game, the Pioneers continued in offensive dol-
drums for nearly three and one-half quarters, able only
to gain a 6-6 tie in the last four minutes of the game.
Although dominating the game after City's freak touch-
down, the Pioneers were unable to cross the twin stripes
on numerous scoring opportunities. Held within Cityis
ten yard line twice early in the second half, East Ridge
finally capitalized on a City mistake to eke out the tie.
Linebacker Bobby MCL:-:roy nailed the City punter on his
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own 17 yard line late in the fourth quarter, thus giving
the Pioneers their chance. A Guider to Roberts pass
moved the ball from the 12 to the 5, where one play
later, fullback Paul Pierce blasted off tackle to score thn
tying touchdown. The Pioneer defense, led by lVlcLeroj
and Jerry Luther, played a sterling game, limiting Citj
to less than 100 yards total offense. Tailback Mike Odon
carried the brunt of the stymied East Ridge attack, rush
ing for over 100 yards.
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Boyd, M. Holmes, D. Long, J. Jeffery, .l. Houts, J. Cunningham.
Athletic Director and Head Coach
Raymond James 77
1964 PIO EERS POST BEST HIGH SCHOOL
F ull back
LATE IN CITY WITH 8-2-1 RECORD
PIONEERS RANKED THIRTEENTH IN
TENNESSEE SCHOOLBOY FOOTBALL
The following week, East Ridge handed the Brainerd Rebels their
first grid loss, ending their 23-game string by a score of I3-7. Before
a capacity crowd of 7,000, two quick second-quarter touchdowns by
Paul Pierce and Mike Odom coming on the heels of two of the five
Brainerd bobbles provided the margin of victory in this hard fought
game. Contained in their own territory nearly all of the first half, the
Rebels often found a solid, orange wall of Pioneers greeting their
salliesg key members of the Pioneer defensive unit in this game
included Robert Weir, Bobby Mclseroy, Charles Roberts, Charles Goss,
and Bobby Saffels. For his all out efforts against the Rebels, Roberts
was tabbed Times' Lineman of the Week.
Against Red Bank on the following Friday, an ill and crippled band
of Pioneers found the Lions too much to tame, losing 19-0. Injuries
to Jimmy White, Ralph Guider, Clark Werner, and Mike Odom prior
to the game and injuries to Charles Roberts, Jackie Miller, and Johnny
Hodges during the rout effectively stifled the Pioneer attack. One
bright spot in an otherwise gray and dismal night proved to be the
Pioneer defensive line led by Charles Goss, Kenneth Hobbs, and Don
Grant in the second half, through a magnificent effort, this defensive
crew limited Red Bank to a scant five yards on the ground.
Rebounding well from the previous week's drubbing, the Pioneers
whipped the Irish of Notre Dame by a score of I4-0. Mike Odom, who,
according to Coach Franklin, U. . . looked like a million dollars out
theref' took two broad swipes at the left side of the Irish line and was
rewarded by two touchdowns and the accolade of Times' Back of the
Week. The defense led by John Jeffery, Robert Weir, and Bobby Mc-
Elroy played a tremendous game, easily containing Notre Dame through-
out the entire night.
Aided by key
by Ralph 'Guid-
er, Paul Pierce,
and Freddy Nu-
nez, Mike Odom
sweeps the right
end in the No-
tre Dame game.
Fullback Paul Pierce blasts off tackle to score the tying touchdown against City
Pioneers offensive unit
a tlme-Out in the hard-
Notre Dame game.
. . as Johnny Hodges holds
the ball for Jerry Luth-
er on a PAT attempt.
Behind a wall
35 yards for
a TD against
A familiar sight for m-any opposing line
hackers . . .
Pursued by hefty Baylor linemen,
Mike Odom legs the pigskin to-
ward a total of 78 yards rushing
for the evening.
PIONEERS FEATURE EXPLOSIVE
GROUND GAME AND RUGGED
DE-EENSE IN '64 MODEL
the grasps of a Red Bank Lion.
a reverse, wingback Freddy Nunez attempts to
Continuing in their winning ways the following week, the Pioneers
drubbed the Ooltewah Owls with the aid of four long runs and a
blocked punt by the score of 33-7. After being initially scared by the
Owls, the Pioneers exploded, scoring on runs of 84, 49, 51, and 48
yards by Mike Odom, Richard Julian, Johnny Hodges, and Paul
Pierce respectively. The Pioneers' defensive unit played their usual
hard-nose game, adding a TD to East Ridge's final total by way of
a blocked punt by Capt. Bobby McLeroy.
Against McMinn County the following Friday, the Pioneers rolled
up over 300 yards total offense and coasted to an easy 45-6 victory
over the Cheerokees. The offensive machine was led by Mike Odom
and Paul Pierce, both scoring two touchdowns apiece. Ends John
Jeffery and Robert Weir also scored, Jeffery's tally coming on a
recovered fumble and Weir's TD upon a 5 yard pass from Wayne
The Baylor Red Raiders, resplendent after a 20-7 conquest of top-rated Oak Ridge two weeks earlier, invaded Shanks
upon the following Friday. A grim, hard-nosed, rock-ribbed defensive battle was waged by the outmanned Pioneers,
yielded only one long freak touchdown in losing 6-0 to the Mid-South champions. Baylor's head coach Jim Worth-
remarked following the game, "We were lucky to get out of there alive. The East Ridge boys deserved to win the
they were a better football team this night." With the Pioneers' offensive machine stymied by Baylor's huge
wall, the East Ridge defense substituted desire and determination for pure brawn and responded with an equally
defense. Led by Capt. Bobby McLeroy with 12 unassisted tackles to his credit for the evening and tackle
erry Cooper, the defensive unit held the highly touted Baylor offense within East Ridge's 10 yard line upon one occasion.
PIONEERS CLOSE OUT SEASON WITH
IMPRESSIVE STRAWBERRY BOWL WIN
Following East Ridge's brilliant game against the Baylor Red
Raiders on the previous Friday, the Pioneers could only manage
a 14-0 win over the hapless, winless Tyner Hilltoppers. Following
a lethargic, scoreless first half, Mike Odom scored from the 8 yard
line after a timely fumble recovery by Jackie Miller on the Tyner 12.
Also, in the last five minutes of the game, the Pioneers managed to
crease the scoreboard on a Julian-to-Weir pass good for 10 yards.
Enraged as a result of their colorless showing against Tyner the
previous week, the Pioneers completely humbled BGA by the score
of 61-7 the following Friday. Mike Odom scored four touchdowns
personally and passed for yet another, while Johnny Hodges con-
tributed two. Not to be outdone, John Jeffery and Ralph Guider
contributed one 6-pointer apiece. The defense again rose to the
occasion, as Captain Bobby McLeroy led his cohorts in holding BGA
to 125 yards total offense.
In a boiling cauldron of dust at Hixson on Halloween night, the
Pioneers nipped the Wildcats by the score of 10-7 on the strength
of Jerry Luther's 41 yard field goal. Luther's long boot came on the
heels of Mike Odom's 2 yard plunge in the second quarter, ending
the Pioneer scoring for the evening. However, the game was far from
over, as the Pioneer defense, although receiving one long, constant
test in the second half, never cracked.
Perhaps, they didn't need those halfbacks'
all, as a host of Pioneers waylay one
from Baylor faboveJ and Notre Dame Cleft .
In the first annual Strawberry Bowl
Dayton, Tennessee, Johnny Hodges
Mike Odom sparked the Pioneers to
glittering 17-7 win over the Soddy Dai
Trojans. Following a scoreless first ha
wingback Johnny Hodges scored tv
quick touchdowns, one on a 22 ya1
scamper up the middle and the other c
a 20 yard pass from Ralph Guider. La
in the fourth quarter, Jerry Luther addf
his second field goal of the season, thu
Odom along with Hodges carried t
brunt of the Pioneer attack while Jo
Jeffery, Robert Weir, Richard Julia
Bobby McLeroy, and Kenneth Hob
proved stellar on defense. The main c
in the staunch Pioneer defense, McLer
received the honor of Times' Linema
of the Week for his efforts.
providing additional insurance. Mil
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FGOTBALL LIFE INCLUDES . .
Team determination . . .
even child's play . . .
injuries . . .
utter amazement . . .
coaching assistance . . .
congratulations . . .
a lot of sweat and hard work
Time out! Someone lost his contact lens.
Charlie concentrates on
the foul shot.
ALL P RT OF BASKETB LL
Girls can fight for the ball just like boys can-even
on the floor.
Those half-time talks with the coaches-inspiring or de-
No, we're not playing London Bridge. 87
Glenn Turner, David Chaffin, Jimmy Bethune, Steve Sherlin, David Eaker, Tommy Elsner, Robert Krum, Denny Smith, Charles Roberts
88 Benny Chormley and Tommy Thompson Steve Sherlin and Denny Smith V
SCHOOL SCORING RECORD
This yearis basketball season was an array of many close
games. Many times this year the Pioneers won or lost by
margins of less than ten points. The defeat of league power,
Notre Dame, marked the first of many of this season's high-
lights. The Pioneers handed the Hixson Wildcats their only
league defeat and downed Ringgold at their homecoming game.
Individual honors came when David Eaker, a senior center,
broke the school scoring record of forty-four points by tally-
ing forty-six points against Soddy Daisy.
The season as a whole did not measure up to expectations
but the team still made a good showing.
2 All eyes are on Smith as he shoot
Coach McEwen talks with the boys during time out.
STEVE SHERLIN-Sr. DENNY SMITH-Sr. DAVID EAKER-S13
Guard Forward Center
Shewrlin shoots with no one near.
Krum connects for two points.
Turner breaks loose on a fast brewak. ROBERT KRUM'-JL
CHARLES ROBERTS-Sr. JIMMY SWAFFORD-S
56 .,................,, 59
Birchwood 4-2 ......... ..,...,. 7 0
Kirkman ...... ,......., 4 9 ,,,,.,.7, .,,.,,, , 58
Rossville' -- ......,.. 45 ..,..... ..,.,,w. 4 0
Sale Creek ,,., ...,,,... 5 4 ,,....... ,..,..., 4 6
Hixson ...... .......,, 3 2 .,.,...,, ..,,,,,. 6 8
Ooltewah ,,,A,,,, .,,,,.... 4 4 ,,,,.,,. ..,.,,,. 5 0
Ringgold ...... .........
Tyner .........,.. .........
64 ......... ......., 5 9
63 ,.,.,.... ........ 7 4
54 ......,.. ........ 4 8
Hixson ....,,, .......,. ,....., , 5 4
Sale Creek ..,... .....,... 4 2 ,....... ........ 6 4
Ooltewah .r..,. ....,. ........ ........ 6 0
Birchwood ,.,..... ......... 3 9 ........ .,...... 7 8
Red Bank .ri,.,,. ,...,..,, 6 8 ,,,,,,,. ,,,.,,.. 6 2
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Red Bank ...... ......... 5 8 ....,.,. ......,, 5 7
Rossville .. ........ ........ 9 7
Brainerd ...... ......... 5 9 .,.,.,,, ,,..,.,, 5 4
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Ringgold .......... ,.,...... 5 l ,....... ......., 5 8
Notre Dame ........ ........ 8 0
Tyner .,....,........ ...,..... 6 8
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Eaker jumps high to evade Brainerd defenders. Krum comes down with another rebound.
Eaker arches short over the defense.
East Ridge grabs off another rebound.
GLENN TURNER-Jr. TOMMY ELSNER-Jr. DAVID CHAFFIN-Jr
Guard Guard Center
Coach Herbert Hooper, W. Byrd, D. Chaffin, S. Fox, S. Simonds, R. Vaughn, E. Merritt, B. Day, W. LaFevor, J. Phillips
Who will come down with the rebound?
Vaughn shoots for two points.
GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Carol Smith, Marilyn Martin, Mary Adair, Diane Williams, Rose McGill, Pam Do-ckery, Fran Dillard, Linda Davis, Pat Dockery,
Shirley Sheffield, Katie Rodman, Patti Moore, Managers: Connie Jordan, Cecelia Cooke, Linda Fields.
PIGNEERETTES POST BEST SEASON YET
City ..............,, ,...,... 3 2 .......... .......... 2 4
Notre Dame ..., ..,..... 4 9 .,....,,,. .,........ 3 5
Birchwood ...... ........ 5 3 .,,...,.., ,......... 6 3
CAPTAINS AND COACH Kirkman ,,-.,,,- .-,.,,-, 2 1 ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,. 6 2
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Hixson ........ ....,,.. 5 3 .......... ........... 4 7
Ooltewah .... ........ 5 3 .......... .......... 3 9
Ringgold ........... .....,.. 4 8 ...,...... ....,..... 2 2
Soddy Daisy ..... ....,... 8 0 .......... ........., 4 0
Tyner ...,.......... .....,.. 5 7 .......... ........... 4 3
Hixson ............ ....,... 5 4 .......... ........... 44
Sale Creek ...... ........ 6 1 .......... ........t.. 4 3
Ooltewah ........ ........ 6 5 .......... ....... 5 6
Birchwood ...... ......,. 4 9 .,........ ....... 6 4
G.P.S. .............. ........ 5 0 .......... .-..... 6 2
Red Bank ........ .,,..... 4 0 .......... ,------ 5 3
Red Bank ........ ........ 4 1 ....,..... ....... 5 1
City ,,,,,,,,,,,. ........ 5 2 .......... ....... 4-8
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Dillard! Coach B-my Rush, IE?ffQQi'13'eQii1 te.. ttettr, gli3i E3i 3ii13iii tttt iiiiiiiii
Notre Dame .....................,.... 67 .........- -----..---- 45
Tyner ,,--,,,-,,,,,, ,,.- ,........... 64 .......... ........... 4 0
DILLARD NAMED TO ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM
The Pioneerettes ended the 1963-64 season with
an 8-15 record. Although the record does not show
their potential as a working team, the Pioneerettes
displayed much improvement over last season.
In the first round of the tournament East Ridge
won over Birchwood 66-54 led by Pioneerette
scoring leaders, Fran Dillard and Shirley Sheffield,
scoring 28 and 27 points respectively. In the sec-
FRAN DILLARD MARILYN MARTIN
ond round East Ridge fell to Tyner with a score
of 69-58. Fran Dillard was selected for the All
Tournament team with her outstanding average
game score of 29.5 points.
Linda Davis evades defender for easy shot.
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CAROL SMITH DIANE WILLIAMS
Everyone stretches to get the rebound.
Fran Dillard concentrates on a very important shot
First down and ten yards to go.
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Forward Guard Guafd
No one seems to be able to stop Shirley's shot.
Linda Davis hits for two points
as everyone watches.
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964 RECORD - 10 WI S
The East Ridge High School wrestling team, coached by Mac Franklin, became
one of the top and most interesting sports in school.
The team had a very good season, having ten wins and only two losses. The
chances of a better record next year are good since all of the team will be re-
turning with the exception of two seniors. Among the ones returning is Charles
Goss who holds the title of State Heavyweight Champion.
O EERS' CHARLIE GOSS
NS STATE HEAVYWEIGHT
Goss prevents the escape of his Baylor opponent . . . and
a decision. A1 Han-is
Ernie Brown Bllddi' Parker
Steve Smith Harold Nathan
Row One: L. Rogers, E. Swilling, P. Womack, T. Neal, J. Ford, M. Haddock, 'G. Beamer. Row Two: B. Butler, .l. Bell, J. Bulman, T.
trell, R. Johnson, R. Arnold, J. Totton, W. Gardner.
STRO GE T TEAM YET
This yearis Cross Country team, in its fourth year of com-
petition, was the strongest yet. Showing real "Pioneer spirit,"
Coach Davis' boys proved that they were not to be beaten
It was this same spirit and enthusiasm that made this team
one of the top Cross Country teams in the state.
Returning lettermen and a number of eager new additions
helped to make East Ridge a formidable foe for all Challengers.
Even with the loss of five seniors, next year's outlook is
bright because of the valuable experience gained by this year's
The Pioneers eagerly wait for the gun to start their race for victory.
The blast of the gun starts a race against time.
but the excellent training and stern determination proves East
Ridge to he superior . . .
At the beginning, Baylor helps E. R. to set
the pace . . .
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1964 PIGNEER TRACKMEN PLACE SIXT
Row One: M. McKnight, Mgr., S. Marlin, Mgr., B. Butler, Capt. T. Gamble, J. Ford, D. Chaffin, C. Goss, Capt. J. McMahan, L. Henry
M Haddock, P. Womack, W. Gardner, J. Bulman. Row Two: J. Vlfhite, Mgr., J. Miller, F. Nunez, L. Rogers, E. Matthews, T. Neal, E
Swilling, T. Pippin, O. Hancock, M. Odom, S. Fox, D. Loggins, C. Werner, R. Johnson, Coach Foister Davis.
1964 VARSITY TRACK
Although the 1964 edition of the East Ridge High Track Team often found
their season and chances marred by sickness, questionable rulings, and other
assorted ills, they still enjoyed their best season yet. Under the competent leader-
ship and coaching of Foister Davis, the Pioneer spikemen combined speed,
ability, stamina, desire, and spirit to mold a great team. Led by Captains Terry
Gamble and'Joe,MclVlahan in their assault against the clock and the tape
measure, the Pioneers featured four tremendous relay teams and great speed
in the Sprints. In addition to their sixth place finish in the TSSAA State Track
Meet at Brainerd, they compiled an outstanding record which included: first
in the Knoxville News-Sentinal Relaysg second in the TSSAA District 5 Track
Meet and the Times' City-County Track Meet, and third in the City High Invi-
tational and the TSSAA Region 3 Track Meet.
In addition to the four relay teams, the hopes of the Pioneers were largely dependent upon Odell Hancock, Clark
Werner, Mickey Haddock, and Tom Neal. Hancock, in addition to running the first leg on both the 440 yd. and
880 yd. relay teams, broke the 60 yd. dash record of the school by one-tenth of a second with a clocking of 6.5
seconds. Also, Odell proved to be a consistent performer in the 100 yd. dash. Taking first in the hundred in every
meet prior to the state meet in which he took third, he clipped three-tenths of a second off the school's century
standard, lowering the mark to 10.0 seconds. Clark Wern hacked more than one second off the school's 220 yd.
record in his third place effort in the state meet, lowering the stan-dard to an excellent 21.5 seconds. Clark also run-
ning key legs upon both the 440 yd. and 880 yd. relay teams, is co-holder of the 60 yd. dash mark with Hancock.
Junior Mickey Haddock chopped more than nine seconds from his own mile record, lowering the mark to 41:38.2.
He also broke the three year old 880 yd. run record, cutting 1.44 seconds from the standard with a time of 2:02.0.
Powerful Tom Neal, a runner capable of competing equally as well in the 100 yd. dash as in the mile run, lowered
the schoolis record in the 440 yd. dash from 53.0 seconds to 50.75 seconds. In addition, Tom served as anchor man
for the mile relay.
Foister B. Davis
STATE MEET DESPITE DIFFICULTIES
The 1964 Pioneer spikemen enjoyed quite an assault upon the school's
records, besting or equaling 12 of the 18 standards.
Captains Terry Gamble and Joe McNluhan proudly display the runner-up
trophy from the Times' City-County Meet.
Anchor man Clark Werner crosses the
finish line, winning the 880 yd. relay for
Junior Mike Odom vaults to second
place in the City-County Meet, equal-
ing the sChool's record of 1l'9".
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FOUR EXCELLE T PIO EER RELA
880 Yard Relay
Also starting the 880 yd. relay, Odell
Hancock sprints from his blocks CU. In
the first exchange, Eugene Matthews re-
ceives the baton QZJ, which he subse-
quently passes to Terry Gamble f3D.
Terry then hands the baton to Terry
Pippin fill, who then crosses the finish
line KSJ. A team composed of Hancock,
Gamble, Mdlahan, and Werner, "the best
ever in the state" according to the re-
served Coach Davis, fell victim to hard
luck and questionable, protested ruling
after sweeping first in this event in the
City-County, the District, and the New-
Sentinal Relays. Their best time in this
event is an excellent 1:3I.0,
Two Mile Relay
Paul Womack starts both his leg and
the two mile relay KD. Lawrence Rogers
receives the baton from Womack f2D and
subsequently passes the baton to Freddy
Nunez f3J. In the third exchange, Mickey
Haddock receives the baton Q43 and 880
yards later, finishes the race f5J. In
addition to finishing first in the City-
County, second in the District, third in
the News-Sentinal Relays, and fifth in
the Region, a quartet of Womack, Nunez,
Swilling, and Rogers lowered the school's
record to 8:29.9.
EAMS PROVE TO BE CITY S BEST
440 Yard Relay
Odell Hancock explodes from the
starting blocks with the baton KID, which
he subsequently passes to Mike Odom
f2J. Odom then hands the baton to
Tom Neal on the second exchange CSD.
Following his leg, Tom passes the baton
to Eugene Matthews C4-J, who then fin-
ishes CSJ. In addition to taking first
in the City-County, the District, and the
News-Sentinal Relays and second in the
Regional, a team composed of Hancock,
Odom, Werner, and Matthews cut five-
tenths of a second from the existing state
record with a. clocking of 43.4 seconds in
their second place effort in the state meeft.
One Mile Relay
Eugene Matthews breaks from the
starting blocks on the first leg of the
mile relay CID. The baton is passed to
Terry Gamble 123, who then passes the
baton to Freddy Nunez on the second
exchange 135. Freddy then hands the
baton to Tom Neal 441, who finishes the
race exhausted 153. ln addition to their
second place finish in the state meet,
this crew of Pioneers also took first
in the News-Sentinal Relays, the City
High Invitational, and the City-County
and second in the district and regional
meets. While running second in the state
meet, this team crossed the line with ali
excellent 3:27.4 time.
WER ER MO T VALUABLE WHILE
J oe McMahan
Captain Joe McMahan
and Terry Pippin clear
the low hurdles! with ex-
AMBLE W0 BEST TEAM SPIRIT AWARD
Junior Mickey Haddock wins the -mile run,
breaking both the school's and the City-County
record with a time oi,4:38,2.
Lawrence Rogers, Mickey' Haddock, and WWW Sprinter Odell Hancock elipses the best the Mid-South has to offer in the
form a close-knit group in the 880 yd. run. 100 yd' dash.
Anchor -man Freddy Nunez breaks the
tape, winning the two mile relay in
the City-County Meet. '07
LATE DEFEATS MAR PIONEERS, EFFORT TC
Row One: W. LaFevor, L. Delbrugge, R. Williams, M. Prestridge, B. Butts, Mgr. Row Two: Coach Marshall McEwen, R. Julian, C.
S. Sherlin, D. Byrd, J. Hyler, R. Weir.
1964 VARSITY BASEBALL
Coach Marshall McEwen
Undefeated in nine games and in sole possession of first place in the
HIL by a margin of two games with only two remaining to be played, the
1964 model of the East Ridge High Baseball Team found themselves beset
by the woeful menace of a late season slump. As a result, the Pioneer batsmen
dropped the remaining two games of the schedule, finishing in a tie with
Soddy Daisy for the championship, and were promptly eliminated from the
District 3 Tourney by Red Bank in the second round. Although these mis-
fortunes proved a disappointment to the team, school, and fans, the season
was not entirely fruitless, affording E.R.I-I.S. its first combined HIL cham-
pionship and a season record of 9-3. Seasonis highlights included Steve
Sherlin's no-hitter against arch-rival Brainerd on opening day, the inspirec
victory over So-ddy Daisy by a score of 4-0, and the exciting I-0 victory ovel
Senior southpaw Steve Sherlin and junior right-hander Mike Prestridgf
often carried the silent bats of the Pioneers via their strong-armed pitching.
Sherlin, posted a 5-2 won-lost record and an almost unbelievable earned run
average of 0f95, pitched in addition to his shut-out no-hitter three shut-outs
Prestridge, with the aid of a blazing fast-ball, posted an excellent won-lost
record of 4-1 and an earned run average of 3.31. Not content with merely
pitching the Pioneers to victory, Sherlin also led the team at bat with a AOC
batting average. Robert Weir, Wayne LaFevor, and Riley Williams also con
tributed heavily to the Pioneer attack with averages of .382, .353, and .30f
EPEAT AS DISTRICT AND REGIONAL CHAMPIONS
EAST RIDGE Co-CHAMPIONS OF HIL
THE ANTICS OF A
HIGH SCHOOL PITCHER
eammates enthusiastically greet Larry Delbrugge follow-
g his homer over the left field fence at Spring Creek.
Coach Marshall McEwen, Robert Weir, and Riley Williams confer with
Steve Sherlin during a dark moment in the tournament.
Shortstop Wayne LaFevor punches the
ball to right on a hit-and-run play.
Left fielder Richard Julian takes a healthy
Catcher Larry Delbrugge, both at hat
and in the field, performed in the es-
sential role of sparkplug of the team.
Third baseman Robert Weir, a leading hitter of the
team, readies himself for the coming pitch.
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Equally adept with a
glove as with a bat, Roth-
ert Weir patrols the
third base line.
First baseman Johnny
Hyler raps out a base
hit in the crucial Oolte-
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Jordon, N. Slayton, J. Cowart, P. Dupree, D. James, H. Haisten, S. McKaig, S. Smith, B. Gannaway, S. Crownover, S. Weber, C. Adc
J. Crane, B. Ellis, J. Bell, M. Suggs, B. Bradshaw, G. Keown, B. Black, Z. Baker, M. Singleterry, S. Sawyer, M. Mays, C. Schmook, J.
Gee, S. Godsey, S. Martin, C. Padget, G. Heard, S. Greene, S. Bazell, D. Tull, Capt., P. Moore, Capt., P. Talbert, Lt. Col., J. Turn
Lt. Col., D. Williams, Col.
L. to R.: B. McLeroy, B. Saffels, R. Weir, C. Coss, J. Miller, T. Cooper, J. Hodges, F. Nunez, K. Hobbs.
Outstanding Lineman ,.,,,,,,. Bobby MoLe1-oy All City ......... ......... K enneth Hobbs
Most Improved .......... ,,,,,,,,, B obby Saffels Bobby McLeroy
Terry Cooper Most Desire ..... ...... F reddy Nunez
Outstanding Back ............,.. , .e..i,,,..,i, Johnny Hodges '64-'65 Captains ............................ ..... C harles Goss
ALL SPORTS BANQUET
Row One: C. Goss, C. Smith, F. Dillard, S. Sheffield, D. Williams, C. Roberts. Row Two: D. Eaker, C. Werner, S. Sherlin, T.
Gamble, D. Smith.
Charles Roberts .......................................... Scholarship Carol Smith ........-----..---------.----A--------44-------- Scholarship
and Alumni Fran Dillard ........... ...... M ost Valuable
David Eaker ....... ........ M ost Valuable and Alumni
steve shells. ...,. ...... lvl ost Improved Shirley Sheffield ..... .. .............................. Most Improved
Denny Smith ,.,.....,........,......,................. Sportsmanship Diane Williams .......... . .-..-..-.-------A---------- Spoftsmanshlp
Charles Goss .......................................... Most Valuable Steve Sherlin ....... .-.----.-.-.---.- - - '----A-- Best Team Effort
Terry Gamble ...... ........................... B est Team Spirit
Clark Werner ..... Most Valuable
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Mickey gets team support after a successful mile run.
S. Smith holds on and hopes for a victory.
ALL EAST RIDGE TEAM
E. R. baseball team rates
another successful game.
Yelling through the fence-that's not against
E. Matthews runs the 100 yd. dash for East Ridge in the Times
PGST WINNING SEA 0
Kenneth seems to be all wrapped up in this one.
Time out for Charlie!
Haddock sets the pace for the
Cross Country run.
Congratulations go to Charlie after his win.
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CLASS OF 1966
The largest class yet to enter East Ridge
High, this year's sophomores came ready
to participate enthusiastically in all activities
of this school year. Full of school spirit,
they were active in the clubs, sports, and
academics of our school. These sophomores
have become and are growing as true
President . ,,,..,,r,,,.it,.,,t, ,...,,,,,,,... J ohn Houts
Vice President ,,,., ,..,. W ayne LaFevor
Secretary .,,,,..,,.tt ..,,,. D ottie Stubhlefield
Treasurer .,,., .... S usan Aronwald
Sponsor ,,.,t, ,,,,,,. lVl r. Ed Woodham
Row One: Dottie Stubblefield, Susan Aronwald. Row Two: Mr. Woodham,
John Houts, Wayne LaFevor.
Butch De Garmo
Dee Dee Gillespie
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Eddie Hu hes
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Wayne La Fevor
Sudie Ann Petty
Jackie Von Schaaf
W. C. White
Jay, you say cross-country is not all
it's cut out to be?
Boys, that's the price you pay
for being a '6lowly" sopho-
Who said that washing cars is all play and no work? What a way to raise
money! I !
Now, are you sure that I passed that
Mrs. Eloise Samuels, Carol Preston, Buddy Parker, Gail Guider, Al Harris.
CLASS OF 196
'gfuniors AL Last . . .
lust One More Year To Go"
Having stumbled through the amazement
of being sophomores and eager to become
seniors, the junior year was a golden haze.
The year was climaxed with their big
project, the Junior-Senior Prom. Other
highlights of the year were the Powder
Puff game and the Junior Play. The
members of the Class of '65 will combine
their efforts to make the coming year an
outstanding one, both for the students and
President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,V,,fffVff.- - Buddy Parker
Vice President eei,.. .. ,,,,,,, Carol Preston
Secretary ,YYYY,,Y,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,. C ail Gllldel'
Treasurer ...... .i,........Vff,........ A 1 Haffis
Sponsors , ,,,,,, Mrs. Eloise Samuels
Mrs. Phyllis Brotherton
1 Beverly Boatwright
JU IORS START YE
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Mary Pat Dupree
JU IORS DEFEATED BY SE I0
POWDER PUFF G ME - N
Lois Ann McDonald
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CAROL PRESTON PAULETTE BOODNER
Chemistry students apply their knowledge in the lab.
Never thought she'd stoop so low to win an election.
HE LIFE OF A JU IOR
Junior girls serve as guides on Career Day.
try to hold their line in the annual Powder Puff
Getting ready for the Junior Play.
Decorating for the Junior-Senior Prom
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BRENDA WAMACK REIGNS A
L. to R., V. Groner, J. Durham.
MAID OF HoNoRBXiiiXsSpeaii
MISS JUDY HOUTS
Tears of joy come into Brenda's eyes as she is crowned
64 Homecoming Queen by Mr. Rodman.
S. Ratchford, J. Houts
During half-time festivities of the East Ridge-MclVlinn
game, six nominees. chosen by the football team, were
each escorted onto the field by a senior member of the
team. The candidates and their escorts were:
Janice Durham escorted by Bobby Mclueroy
Vicki Groner escorted by Robert Vveir
Judy Houts escorted by Richard Julian
Sandra Ratchford escorted by Charles Roberts
Nancy Spears escorted by Clark Werner
Brenda Wamack escorted by Johnny Hodges
From these nominees the Queen for Homecoming was
chosen by popular vote of the student body. A hush
fell over the crowd as they anticipated the outcome
of the election. Finally it was announced: Miss Brenda
Wamack was crowned as Homecoming Queen for 1964
and Miss Judy Houts as her Maid of Honor. The climax
of the night was the annual Homecoming Dance after
Row One: S. Arnold, O. Flynn, B. Rogers, N. Fridell, C. Schmook, S. Norris, D. Williams, M. Martin, P. Hunt, J. Durham, B. Wa
S. Ratchford, J. Farley, B. Moss, S. Vipond. Row Two: Coach C. Roberts, Coach C. Werner, A. Burnette, G. Wallace, S. McGaughey
S. Barry, C. Ryan, F. Dillard, M. Lewis, S. Silvers, N. Haynie, D. Nobhlitt, G. Legg, Coaches R. Guider and R. Julian.
SPIRITED CHEERLEADERS LEAD ENTHUSIASTIC
Senior Cheerleader-David Eaker, Senior Capt.-Olivia
POWDER P E'
SENIORS RACK UP
Flynn, Junior Capt.-Marlene Howard, Junior Cheerleader-
J ack Groner.
Sr. Cheerleaders-Row One: T. Gamble, M. Coyle, D. Eaker, R.
Fryk. Row Two: L. Garner, T. Thompson, W. Gardner, J. Hodges.
Jr. Cheerleaders-J. White, S. Fox, J. Croner, T. Pippin, M.
J. Adams, F. Hooper, J. Dobson.
SENIOR QUEEN CANDIDATES
HIGHLIGHTING THE GAME
WAS THE ANNOUNCEMENT
OF THE TWO LOVELY
QUEENS, CLAUDE HYDE,
JUNIOR AND BILL GUINN,
JUNIOR QUEEN CANDIDATES
ow One: N. Fridell, J. Houts, S. Ratchford, A. Burnette, C. Wal-
ce, B, Moss. Row Two: O. Flynn, B. Guinn, J. Swafford, D.
atthews, R. Julian, M. Rogers, T. Neal, S. McGaughey.
Row One: C. Guider, N. Brown, K. Matthews, M. Dupree, D. Dor
sey, K. Rodman. Row Two: S. White, C. Goss, J. Tawater, C. Hyde
R. Nicely, B. Parker.
JUNIUR TEAM Zi23.2R5TL5i?..:l?'RP25iz., 52. R,i.2,z103f:D?..?.iS1eY, L'
Row One: B. Saffels, K. Rodman, C. Rowland, J. Neal, A. Kunath, B. James, M. Dupree, D. Dorsey, B. Sledge, M. Moudy,
l J. Carroll, S. Glasscock. Row Two: 'Coaches J. Miller and D. Webb, P. Mathews, H. Haislen, N. Brown, L. Davis, D. Verble,
l W. Hyche, K. Matthews, J. Robinson, L. Kelley, S. Colby, M. Howard, J. Davis, Coaches P. Pierce and A. Harris. I4'
THE SENIOR CLASS PRESENTS FIRST PLAY OF THE
Onef 'GTHE CURIOUS SAVA "
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lomance makes the plot more interesting as well as Doing the Reuban Glide
KROSALIE RUNS RlOT"
MUSIC DEPARTMENT PRESENTS SECOND MUSICAL
"Rosalie Runs Riot," a hilarious romantic y
nusical-comedy, was presented by the Music l
Department on February 7 and 8, before large
ludiences both nights. Rosalie, played by
Susan Martin, and Howard, played by John
laither, led the cast in the presentation of a
rery successful and entertaining musical. Di-
'ectors for the production were Mr. J. F. .l ohn-
son and Mrs. Willie Ruth Ethridge.
Perplexing problems of beaus, beaus, and more beaus beset poor
Rosalle in the musical.
An entertaining musical put on by talented performers provides an enjoyable evening.
KTHE MOL E THAT ROARED',
L'Personal matters will have to wait, Glori-
'4What do you mean by this, you crazy
hoodlurns ! "
A small country called Grand Fen-
wick captures the attention of t.he
world when it invades New York
City with bows and arrows. The en-
suing results of this venture provided
an entertaining and unusual evening
for all those attending.
Junior play cast and production staff.
Claude Hyde Jerry Adams Marilyn Ensley Jerry Dobson Steve King
Decorating for the prom is only half the fun.
The Gingerbread House was a favorite gathering spot.
A NIGHT TO REMEMBER
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Miss Billie Rogers
Miss Alice B
Miss Donna D
Miss Brenda Wamack
Miss Janice Durh
VETED E IOR HO 0
FOURTEEN SENIORS ARE CHOSEl
TWELVE SENIORS FORlN
COUPLE AS TITLE
The annual presentation of Pioneer Highlights is a memorable
event for everyone, but it is especially so for the fourteen chosen
seniors nominated as candidates for the most cherished title of all
-lVlr. and Miss East Ridge High School.
JHIHCC Durham Judy Farley Sandra Ratchford
Kenneth Griffith 106 MCMEIIIIIH David Matthews
MR. AND MISS ERHS
S CANDIDATES BY THEIR CLASS
OURT FOR HUNORED
As the anticipation grew, each candidate was presented individual-
ly, entering through a rose covered arch. The announcement of the
1964 honored couple, Miss Vicki Groner and Terry Gamble, brought Robert Weir
cheers of a Jroval from a ca acit audience. First runners-u were
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Miss Fran Dillard and David Eaker.
Gmny Wallace Paul Womack
MR. EAST RIDGE HIGH -
MISS EAST RIDGE HIGH -
MISS VICKI GRONER
MR. AND MISS EAST RIDG
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Libby Beene and Ronnie Walker emceed the program. Bo Y JO S annon and Vicki Groner danced to LOOP 12
Mr. and Miss East Ridge High and the Court
IGH ARE PRESENTED
The Crests, a new singing group, became an immediate favorite at
Martha Lewis, a very talented young lady
e East Ridge High School Swing Band, a featured group, provided the music for several other acts and also presented their
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1964- May King, David Eaker.
Miss East Ridge, Vicki Croner, crowns the
1964 May Queen, Fran Dillard.
1964 MAY DAY
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What could be more young at heart than fairy-
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CLASS OF 1964
PRESIDENT 7. ..., ,,. ,,,,A T ERRY GAMBLE SECRETARY ,.,.....,M...-,, ...,.A.. F RAN DILLARD
VICE PRESIDENT SSSSSS, SS7,,SS,,,,,, J UDY FARLEY TREASURER SS,7,SS,..,..,.. .....,S,S L ANE GARNER
SPONSOR ,S,,S7,SA,,,,,,,.,.-,, A,,,.A4,.SS, M ISS FEEZELL
H. . . Sweetness, goodness, in her per-
c'Very bright and lively, and full of
fun you betf,
"Wholesome and true, sheis one
'Sweetness and vitality make up her
"She who sows courtesy reaps friend-
wfhere is friendliness in her
"A little rebellion now and then
is a good thing."
4'He smiles with an intent to do
uHave your fun and ,let the
World go byfl
4'Talent and personality make a
'4No1t a Worry wrinkles her
MARY ELLEN BARTON
'QA sweet and quiet missf,
4'Friendly, likeable and kinda
LIBBY BEEN E
MA friendly and likeable girlg always
willing to lend a helping hand.
J IMMY BELL
'4Words won't describe him-he's
"A good-natured kindg a trusty lad."
'cThe man who loves to laugh must
surely do Wellf' ,
HA friend to gain: a friend to re-
'4Attractive and sweet, with a
"A tme friend is forever a
HA girl of few Words but lovely
'4The smile that Won't Colne off."
'cBorn with the gift of laughterf'
"Life is too short for petty
"Men of few words are men
at their best."
"Nothing is impossible to a will-
ing heart and a determined
"A likeable boy with a likeable Wayf'
"I have learned in whatsoever state
I am, therefore to be content."
c'She's quiet and neat, swell and
'4Courtesy is the center of her actions."
4'She lives her life for one love!I"
6'Where'er she meets a stranger,
She leaves a friend.
i'Why wo-rry when there will be
4',Iust being alive is funf'
"A girl of few words but many
deeds for others."
WTO worry little, to study less
is my idea of happiness."
"His conscientiousness and will-
ingness will bring him success."
'LA faithful student, a perfect
friend, we hope her joys will
"Oh, this learningg what a thing
4'Wit and humor have their part of
"No matter what 1nay come or go, no
hurry or worry helll ever knowf'
MI don't like Wings, I like wheels."
"A quiet dignity covers a mischievousxx
"A merry heart maketh
HA fellow who knows his own
uGood nature is the sign of a
large and generous soul."
'Tall and blonde, she loves her
fung talented and true, loved by
4'An easy manner and a helping-
c'Nutty as a fruitcake and just
'GA happy senior, fun to know,
give him a basketball, and away
"The rnildest manner, and the
"Endowed with intellect, Witty
' RANDALL ELLIS
uLife without mischief is not life at
Wfalent and beauty are a wonderful
"Never idle, never still, always ac-
tive, charm you she will?
uSlow and steady wins the race.
4'Earnest endeavor is certain to bring
HFair words never hurt the
'Nothing great was ever
achieved without enthusiasinfl
Wfhe longer you know her, the
sweeter she grows."
HAs merry as the day is longf'
NCorne graduation and snatch
nie from this homework." '
LOUISE F UTRELLE
nWe,ve tried her and found her
trueg we like her and so would
4'An all-around swell fellow is
Terryg symbolic of action,
school spirit and loyaltyf'
"She won a place in our hearts
ulollity and friendliness only partial-
ly describe his good naturef'
4'The friendliest . . . active and rep-
resentative leader . . . honest and
HBeauty is its own rewardfa
'4Better to be happy than Wise."
'iWork fascinates meg in fact, I could
sit and stare at it all day."
4'The smile on her face is but a
reflection of her heartf,
NHis fine attitude and congenial
way will bring him success
HA light heart lives longf'
MMen were born to succeed,
not to failfl
'LAI1 all-around girl, symbolic
of action, school spirit, and
loyaltyg her place will be a
hard one to fillf'
"A gentle mind by gentle deeds
HHe never troubles trouble, till
trouble troubles himf'
HHis mischievous nature will al-
ways be found in the midst of
MSO-nie think the world was
made for fun and frolieg so do
uYouth, beauty, graceful action
NI came to school to get a gen-
eral idea of things."
"Sensible people find nothing
c'Meet her, know her, and youill
never forget her."
'cNot afraid of work, but not in
sympathy with it.',
HSpeech is silver, but silence is
4'Happy, funny and carefreef,
a'Oh, why should life all labor be?"
uHer friendly attitude has gained her
'Keep smilingg it makes everyone
Wonder what youlve been up to."
NA soft-spoken miss . . . not a kinder
or sweeter life could be found."
nI'Ie lives to build, and not to boastf'
ulset others do the work. I'll do the
4'She who loves music enjoys life."
4'Pe1'sonality makes success."
'SI-Ier willingness to serve sets her
"He has a talent to be good lookingf,
"Friendly, sincere, with
ligence to spare."
No legacy is so rich as hon- ,
wllhat certain sparkle in her eye
We hope will never, never die.'7
"A sweet girl worthy of noble
'IA cheery maiden with a happy
HA winning personality, and an
MA girl I knew who lived upon
"Talented, witty and a great
friend to have."
4'You can hear her -laugh in the
twinkle of her eye."
'IA lovely smile, a winning way, that's
our Martha any day.'7
HBoyish charm, a little bit shy, lover
of football and a really nice guyf,
uEve.r jolly, ever trueg never sad,
'QA gentle heart by gentle deeds is
"A friendly fellow, musically in-
clinedg a nicer boy yould never
MI have spent my life laborious-
ly doing nothing."
'cMerrily, merrily shall I live."
"Quiet, thoughtful, and nice.
uFriendly to all who cross his
'iLife may he dull, but never
HA happy disposition is a gift
4'Big-hearted and friendlyf,
"Her character is composed of sin-
cerity and sweetness."
6'If he doesn't find a path, he'll make
"Happy-go-lucky, fun loving guyf'
"His looks plus his personality make
him a swell guy."
HPrecious possessions are small in
'The force of his own
makes his own reward."
HA vivacious miss with a friend-
HA disposition bright and
cheeryg a ray of sunshine when
the day is drearyf,
"Energy will do anything that
can be done in the world."
'4Sincerity and truth are the
bosses of every good lifefl
HA pleasant smile and always
'LWith manners mild, serene and
true, a hard worker, always a
friend to you."
5'I'Ie finds homework an unnec-
4'Her friendship is Worth havingf,
JENNIFER PF ITZER
"Eager to laugh, but slow to com-
'cQuiet is she but as friendly as can
HI-Ie likes work so well that he could
lie down and sleep beside itf,
'GA friend sweet and hard to beatf'
c'Her deeds speak for them-
4'Quiet, but never idlef,
HA girl of cheerful yesterdays
and confident tomorrowsf'
SANDY RATCHF ORD
'cShe loves to live and laugh."
"Get thee behind me, Satan, and
"Small and sweet, carefree and
6'When my studies get so deep,
then I lay me down to sleep."
"A peppy girl with lively eyesg
a personality twice her size."
uYou'll never find him off the trackf'
"The word gimpossible' is not in his
'4Her ways are Ways of pleasantness,
and all her paths are peace."
6'Soft spoken but a head for mis-
'cHer attractiveness and dependability
make her an interesting personf'
e but herself can he her
dGentle of speech, beneficent of
BOBBY IO SHANNON
HA musical whiz, with talent
rareg friendly, sincere, with
charm to spare."
4'lVIusic is a thing of the soul."
"A go-od disposition I far prefer
c'An innocent charm a mischiev-
ous gring We Wish every boy
were just like himfi
"Her size does not lessen her
'Take a look at eyes that smile
and her fine athletic stylef'
4'To play the game for whatis in itg
to play the game and play to Win
"That which is good is always sweet."
ulolly, good-natured and friendly."
4'She wears a smile that wonit rub
"A pleasing appearance, a heart in
aQuiet, good natured and a lot
JIMMY SWAFF ORD
NA friendly and likable fellow
wllhe mildest manner and the
"A blend of sincerity, depend-
ability, and intelligencef'
BILL T ATUM
"Sincere, steadfast and sensi-
"Just being natural, naturally
"Attractive and sweet, with a
'4Worry kills more people than
bullets, so why worry."
uConscientious in all he doesg as
good 'a student as there ever wasf,
"Much wisdom often goes with the
HA sweet girl with few words."
'LA lively gal to everyoneis call' not
a pal to one, but a pal to all.
"I may be small, but I have big
'4Truly a winning personality
'ilu quietness and in confidence
shall he your strengthf,
"He never has much to sayg he
just Works and goes his wayf,
'Teaming passes for wisdom
among those who want hoth.,7
. BENNIE WALLACE
'cHigh aims from high char-
acter . . .H
4'Chattering voltage like a brok-
"She radiates with charm and
"To meet- her is a pleasureg to
know her is a delight?
"Jive played a lot and I've worked a
HA 'noisy pest, but boy, will We miss
"This maiden is sweet and fair and
never seems to have a caref'
"Quality, not quantity is my meas
"Let her stay as she isg she needs no
'cPeople like her make the World
"Full of pep and fun, a trouble
maker on the run."
"Quietness often leads to fame."
"Liked for his ability, varied
accomplishments and striking
'GA head for thoughts."
'Steadfast of thought."
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MISS ALICE BURNETTE
MISS JUDY HOUTS
MISS BRENDA WAMACK
i RICHARD JULIAN
J R. LIONESS
OPT I - MISS
Miss Judy Houts
Miss Nancy Haynie
Miss Vicki Groner
RECOGNITION GIVEN FOI
Lions Club Award
Science Departmental Award
Key Award for outstanding Na-
tional Honor Society member
CITIZENSHIP, AND SERVICE
Annual Award, D.A.R. Citizen-
Math Departmental Award, S.A.R.
American Legion Award
American Legion Award
OLIVIA FLYNN BECKY GANNAWAY
Social S t u d i e s Departmental HOIUC EC0I10miC5 Depaftmen
Award, Paper Staff Award tal Awafdn Y'TeCU Award
Music Departmental Awards
Art Departmental Award
'90 Library Award
PAT JOHNSON fchorusj and BENNIE WAL-
LACE fbandn CECELIA COOK and MIKE BAILEY
PhysicaI Education Departmental Awards
Industrial Arts Departmental
Woodmen of the
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Business Education Departmental KENNETH GRIFFITH
Award D.A.R. History Award
P.T.A. SCI'ViCC AWE1I'd
Senior class president, Terry Gamble, and senior sponsor, Miss Mary Feezell, present Mr. Rodman
with the class gifts, the spotlight and silver punch bowl.
alt Is Our Choice,
" . . . To Face the
Future With Hope
. . . To Evaluate Our Past." SALUTATORIAN
Choose . . "
". . . To Become Re-
'ACULTY REPRESENTATIVE " . . . To Develop Our Potential
The seriousness of the occasion is mirrored in the faces of the vale-
dictorian and salutatorian.
Mr. Dixie Smith and Superintendent Mc-
Connell present Cecelia and David with
their diplomas, a smile and a, word of
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is a little sad as he realizes his high school .days are over.
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29 Eas'l'gal'e Cenfer
383l Ringgold Rd.
in Osborne Shopping Cen'l'er
EXPERT WORKMANSHIP - QUALITY PRODUCTS
624-6 I 33
1ot0rs Inc Congratulations
wine Blvd. +0 me
gen - Trade Seniors of '64
J. T. ICUTEI GILREATH
E. I. DeNemours Dupont
gl END CHA'I'I'ANOOGA NYLON PLANT
Heat Your Home the Safe,
Modern Flameless Way
Enjoy Air Conditioning
Heat Pump Air Conditioner
Bough Heating Service
"Your Nabor-ly JeweIer"
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
3722 Ringgold Rd. 624-3979
YOUR SEARCH ENDS
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3I6 E. III'h S+reeI' AM 6-4763
The Bes+ Available ai' AII Times"
Serving ChaHanooga for Over
700 EasI' II+h SI'ree'I' 267-3768
"Mee1-ing All Your Needs"
3807 Ringgold Road
"Bes+ Hamburgers in Town"
Highway 58 622-9369
"Prices You Will Like"
2205 Rossville Blvd.
ubrlcs "Our Repeaf Cus+omers
'fejals Are Our Besi' Aclverl'izing"
JM Before You Buy - See Our Clean Cars
NEW AND USED CARS
5808 Lee Highway REX MUU-INAX
3734 Ringgold Rd. 892.0661 Om'
Pioneer Berber Shop
HAROLD NEELY JERRY LEE DON SELLS 'mo
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HOME OFFICE CHATTANOOGA. TENNESSEE
Serving and protecting millions since 1909 d lim' V
"Giving Tennessee Real Pit Barbecue"
COMPANY LI'I'I'LE PIGS
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Comple+e Service on All mggo ca
Makes and Models"
La Dean Shop
For "Dis+inc+ive Fashions"
44l2 Rossville Blvd. alo Chickamauga Ave' Phone CA 2-7335
624-9945 Rossville, Georgia
WHEN YOU EAT KAY'S
YOU EAT THE FINEST
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"The Tawn's Choice"
Reid House Salads
Po'raI'o Salad - A Specially
0 Green's Lake Rd. 622-7695
6 Oxygen Equipmenl
Q Orlhopedic Shoes
F illau r
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-E I- DIAL 267-II6I 'I
"OpposiI'e Erlanger Hospi'Ial"
930 E. 3rd S+.
I086 Duncan Ave.
629- I 439
SERVING CHATI'ANOOGAN'S SINCE l9l7
DOWNTOWN EAST RIDGE
265- I 67 I 698-4407
I08 E. 8+h 35l5 Ringgold Rd
"Everyl'I1ing for Your Home"
4929 Rossville Boulevard
Torvin Supply Co.
Serving 50 Mile Radius
COMPLETE KITCHEN EQUIPMENT
HOTELS - SCHOOLS - RESTAURANTS
725 E. ll+l1 S+. 266-bIl2
Naiionally Adverlised Lines
KI NGWOOD ESSO
"Service When You Need I+"
JIM PENDLEY, Owner
3839 Ringgold Rd.
I I5 Chiclcamauga Ave. 229-I43 I 629-9I45
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447145 EAST RIDGE
5304 Ringgold Rcl.
For Good Food -
5308 Ringgold Rd.
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Painfs - Wallpaper - Ari Supplies ' i . Commercial
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BOYD 81 BICKEL 1
loos w. 8+h and 4,,5 REALTQRS
Ashland Ter. Pine Sis. Ringgold' Rd.
3650 Ringgold Rd. 867-9662
Lei "Spec" Do li'
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Ladies' Apparel . . .
Jv3TR:,A'::l',gIN "Where Beau+y and Fashion Mee+"
20I Chickamauga Avenue
SHlRLEY'S BARBER SHOP
CARL SHIRLEY, Cwner
4 Barbers-Shine Boy
Osborne Shopping Cen+er
E, .. 624-1509
'WG' 39l3 Ringgold Road
4I55 Ringgold Road
ChaI"I'anoo a, Tennessee
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3720 Ringgold Road
Congratulations to the '64 Seniors
P. T. A. I
THE PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION I
EAST RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL
BA R B E R S H 0 P 38 I4 Ringgold Road
J D PERKINS BOB LONG RALPH CONDRA
JOHNNY BURGESS ESTON HAMMONTREE
9I8 McCallie Avenue
Newesi' Spori Car
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JERD SOUTHERN BELL TELE-PHONE AND
IOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA COLA COMPANY BY
Firs'r in Qualify
36I3 Ringgold Rd.
NNE mm RESTAURANT
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INSTITUTION o HOTEL 0 RESTAURANT
I O90 McCallie Avenue
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EGG COMPANY, INC.
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7 DAYS A WEEK
East Ridge Flowers
"Flowers Telegraphed Anywhere"
38ll Ringgold Road
TOWN HALL SERVICE
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4l57 Ringgold Road
A 84 M Toy Store
Models - Toys
Quality Toys tor All Ages
35l6 Ringgold Rd. 624-I894
Some ot the Finest Names
in Musical Instruments
NEW AND USED PIANOS
RENTAL - PURCHASE PLAN
605 Cherry St. 267-5853
822 East Eleventh.St.
Chattanooga 3, Tennessee
. . . ALL SEASON LONG.
All Good Wishes, Seniors,
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CHATTANOOGA MEDICINE CO.
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Good HeaI+h +o All From Rexall EILEUSSZFES
3824 Ringgold Road
Easi' Ridge, Tennessee
THE CRAFTSIVIEN WHO
CREATED YOUR FINE "Bargains in Clofh and Drapery"
CLASS RING BRAINERD CLOTH
AND 3555 Brainerd Road
E. G. Fitzgerald - Jim Johnson
THEIR BEST WISHES
-,,,-,-,T- EAST CHATTANOOGA
COAL AND SUPPLY
L I805 Cru+chfieId Avenue
' ' ChaH'anooga, Tennessee
CLASS RINGS AND PINS ' CLUB INSIGNIA MEDALS
TROPHIES ' PLAQUES ' DIPLOMAS INVITATIONS
2I00 E. Main Sf. 3920 Ringgold Rd. 3422 Brainerd Rd.
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Mary Carter Paint Store
T. H. Payne
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