Ensley High School - Jacket Yearbook (Birmingham, AL)
- Class of 1969
Page 1 of 280
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
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Pages 8 - 9
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Text from Pages 1 - 280 of the 1969 volume:
Of every noble work the silent past is best,
of all expressions that
which cannot be expressed . . . StoryEXPRESSIONS OF . . .
THE E.H.S. FIGHT SONG On to victory Ensley High We’re gonna win this game today
On to victory Ensley High We're right behind you all the way.
No one can match our team For our men are Brave and Bold And no one can Match the Spirit Of the BLACK AND GOLD!
5GUIDANCE AND UNDER
8THE ENSLEY HIGH ALMA MATER
We sing of dear ole Ensley High,
Her colors black and gold In loyal tribute ringing true,
Allegiance we will hold.
Through passing years as they roll by. Our hearts will ne'er grow cold.
We carry forth her colors bright.
The banner — Black and Gold.
9TO REVEAL THESEEXPRESSIONS
WE PROUDLY PRESENT12
ENSLEY HIGH SCHOOLTABLE OF CONTENTS
A favorite personality around Easley High School since his arrival in 1964, Coach Bill Sparks has gained many well-deserved titles -teacher, coach, and friend.
In addition to teaching government and economics classes. Coach Sparks also coaches the baseball team, instructs physical education classes, and has charge of issuing state text books each year. Because of his willingness to assist in any project for raising money for school activities, CoachSparks has gained the title of "the general fund raiser."
Coach Sparks character is revealed through many of his outstanding traits such as his enthusiastic sportsmanship, active participation in all school events, and deep concern for his students.
We would like respectfully to express our deepest gratitude to Coach Sparks and hope that the dedication of the 1969 Jacket will enable us to represent a small token of our appreciation to him for all he has done at Ensley to make it Number 11
The SeniorsCOACH BILL SPARKS
151969 JACKET STAFF
EDITOR — Kathy Findlay — ASSISTANT EDITOR - Elise Moss BUSINESS - Sandra Ciulla
David Walker ACTIVITIES - Becky Martin
Nancy Taylor ORGANIZATIONS - Ruth Ann Smart
Dale Tidwell ATHLETICS - Joy Ray ADMINISTRATION - Belinda Brinkley CLASSES -SENIORS — Caroline Cole JUNIORS - Jeanne Driskill SOPHOMORES — Sharon Greer FRESHMEN - Jean Middleton SPONSOR — Mr. Howard Ballew
16Mrs. Rossie Johnston Registrar
Mrs. Margaret Bonner Assistant
Mrs. Gail Shirley Assistant
MAN A GERS
Mrs. Mescal Mahaffey Mrs. Jewel Carter
19MRS. LYDA MAGNUSON
MR. JAMES DUPUYMR. HOWARD BALLEW
MISS RUBY DOYLE
MRS. VIVIAN CUMMINGS Chairman
MRS. SUSAN LYNNMRS. BILLIE HOGAN
MRS. ADELAIDE KENDRICK
MRS. AZOLINE LARGE
MRS. AUDREA SIZEMORE
The English Department endeavors to instill in students a love and appreciation for English. American. and world literature. It seeks to improve communication through teaching the basic skills of grammar and composition - to give insight into the dreams, thoughts, and ideas of those who lived before us. as well as those living today. Ensley attempts to give its students a background to enable them to live with understanding, to have an appreciation of the values of literary art, and most of all, to think clearly and effectively.EVERHARD1NG PRUITT
MRS. MARILYN SEIER
Besides acquainting the students with a knowledge of past events, the History Department strives to initiate an interest in governmental processes and a practical knowledge of economics through courses offered to seniors. Juniors study the development of our country from its beginnings through modern times by
24studying American History. For a greater knowledge of happenings in ancient times, many sophomores elect to take World History. From Alabama History and Civics, freshmen learn the background of their own state and the privileges and responsibilities as a free citizen of that state.
MISS JOAN WATERS
MISS NELL TAMBLYN
MRS. PAULINE CAMPBELL Chairman
MRS. VIRGINIA CURLEE
The aim of the Math Department is to offer a variety of courses including Algebra I and III, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Calculus which would be sufficient to provide a background for whatever mathematical interest a student may develop.
The Math Lab is available to all students who wish to obtain guidance or to broaden the base of their knowledge. “Modem Math" is taught to strengthen a student's foundation of knowledge in elementary algebra.
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26MISS MARY TILL
MRS. KAY TIPTON
27MRS. RUBY HARDEN Chairman
MRS. CAROLYN WARD
MRS. EDNA COBB MRS. ESTER GILBERT
The varied Science curriculum teaches students the basic principles of science operating in everyday life. Biology involves a study of all forms of life, both plant and animal. In chemistry, students are instructed in the making and using of chemicals.
Physics students learn the principles of matter, energy, sound, and other forces of nature. General Science provides the foundation for further study in the more advanced fields mentioned. The knowledge gained through these studies enables the student to meet the demands of this advanced scienctific age.
28MRS. MARSHA MERRILL
MRS. BARBARA QUINN
29MISS DOROTHY HORTENSTINE
MISS ALMA HAYES HOWELL
MISS VIRGINIA PACE
MRS. SUE RUSHING
The Language Department offers students the means of acquiring the ability to speak, read, and understand French.
Spanish, and Latin. Classes are taught the fundamental skills of speaking and listening through the use of the language laboratory, while reading and understanding are derived from the classroom experiences.
The Business Education Department opens many doors of opportunity to Ensley High School students by equipping them to handle well-paying positions as secretaries, accountants, and personnel officers. A one-year course in personal typwriting is offered to students who want to learn the basic fundamentals of typewriting for their own use at home or in college.
31MRS. VIRGINIA CARLISLE
MR. JAMES SEAGLE
The Band and the Vocal classes combine to form the Music Department. Making up the choral division are the Boys' Chorus, The Girls’ Glee Club, the Choir, and the Ensemble. The Band marches at football games, and performs at pep rallies. Both sections of this department present concerts for the entire student body.
To meet its printary objective of teaching the basic concepts of communication. the Speech Department offers varied courses in dramatics, speech therapy, oratory, and discussion. Each year the Speech Department gives students the opportunity to develop talents in an effective manner and stir the imagination of the entire student body through the spring and fall plays and the various oratorical contests presented.
To expand and develop creativity, the Art Department offers courses in drawing, painting, sketching, and the graphic arts through which students are assisted in developing an awareness of light, form, and color in their original work. The Art Department encourages students to enter their work in district and national competition and assists in making scenery used in the school plays.
MISS CYNTHIA DEASON
MISS EMILY JOHNSON 33Industrial Arts
The Industrial Arts Department offers both woodwork and machine shop for those students wishing to take these courses to aid them in their work or supplement their curriculum. In woodwork students learn the basic skills of carpentry. while machine shop offers them experience in working with metals and various industrial machinery.
MRS. KAY MORGAN
The department of Home Economics offers a varied curriculum to its students. The courses in this program include Clothing, Foods, and, for senior girls, Everyday living. These courses are designed to help the student improve her personal and home life in preparation for the future.
34LIBRA R Y
MISS FRANCES SEAY
MISS NAN MILES
Ensley’s library provides a vast storehouse of information for all students who wish to take advantage of it. The library provides fiction and non-fiction books for pleasure reading. Also in the library are research books, periodicals, both old and up-to-date, and pamphlets.R. O. T. C.
The R. O. T.C. program has become an increasingly important pari in helping young men to realize their future military obligations and giving them a true respect for authority, citizenship, and discipline. The "Rifle” and "Drill" teams compete with others from different districts throughout the state.
MISS CATHERINE HAGER
ED UCA TION
The atm of Driver Education is to teach students traffic regulations and safe driving practices. The course offers both classroom instruction and actual driving ex-36 lienee.MR. ED COKER
D. E. or Distributive Education is designed to educate and train junior executives in the fields of marketing and distribution. The course serves in an occupational area in the intermediary capacity between the high school program and the four-year college curriculum.
Diversified Occupations, or D. O., is a cooperative training program between business, industry and the school. Students receive on-the-job experience in a selected field under the supervision of the Trade and Industrial Education Department of Birmingham Public Schools and die State Department of Education.MRS. RUTH SMITH MISS MARTHA MRS. PAMELA MRS. BRENDA STRICKLIN
Chairman BANKSTON GOODWIN
Since all students are required to take four years of physical education, the scope of this program has increased to the point that it now does much to aid in the physical development of each individual. The varied activities of the athletic program promote physical and mental fitness.
Included in the boys’ program are weight-lifting, gymnastics, soccer, volleyball. and other inter-scholastic sports. Girls are instructed in team and individual sports, rhythms, and tumbling, to aid them in attaining a high degree of physical fitness.
BENNIE STORIE Head Coach
JERRY RYANJohnny Adams Pat Amos Sr eve Atkins Marcia Bakanc
Anita Adams Bill Allen Ray Askins Kelly Bakane
Brenda Alexander Bobby Anderson Tom Atkinson Toni Bach us
Sheila Alexander Mike Anderson Linda Aycock Cheryl BatesConnie Bates Robin Behee Totsy Bell Lee Berger
James Beasley Jim Bell Carol Benson Larry Black
43Charlene Blackburn James Bowen Melissa Brasher Donna Brown
Mary Ann Blythe Butch Bowman Belinda Brinkley Jimmy Brown
Donnie Bonds David Bowman Christine Britton Jerry Ann Burch
Jacqueline Bonner Donna Branch Sam Brooks Warren Burson
44Charlotte and Elise
National Merit Semifinalists
Eugene Cagle Pat Caldwell
Norma Jean Carruba Rosalind Carruba
Sharon Calvert Sherrie Capps
Susan Case Elizabeth Cash
45Cathy Cashia Deborah Cates
Linda Clements Debbie Cleveland
Mary Lou Coley Glen Colvin
Angela Cornutt Greg Cox
Charlotte Chambers O'Neal Cleveland Mike Conley Terry Crain
Richard Chasteen Caroline Cole Eugene Cook Judy Creel
46Andy Cross Linda Crow Carol Defibaugh Patty DePiano
Bobby Cross Ricky Curl David Denson Angela DeSantis
Miss Fire Prevention
Martha YeagerNancy Diliberto Bruce Dunsion Joe Estes Dianne Ferguson
Jefferson Drew Bob Duvall Mike Ethridge Frances Ferrell
Jeanne Driskill Betty Jean East Judy Evans Kathy Findlay
48Mike Flowers Eddie Foster
Brenda and Sheila
Lynn Fortner Joyce Fowler
Are Senior Majorettes
Belinda Flynn Freddie Foster
Janet Forsyth Exie FowlerKathy Franklin Sue Freeman
Jacqueline Gallager Kenneth G3llman
Terry Genssemer Basil George
Nancy Gilbert Gayle Giiland
Keith Fricke Marie Fuller
Eddy Gardner Brenda Garmon
Henry George Roddy George
Mary Jane Golden Joyce Goodson
Homemaker of Tomorrow
Wayne Goswick Jane Green Joy Gwillim Marion Hagerty
Nancy Graham Harr)' Griffin Gary H3dder Kathy Hamby
51Mary Hamilton Denise Harris Clifton Hinkle George Hopper
David Hand Charline Harrison Judy Hitchcock Brenda Houston
Ken Harbor Rhonda Hatley Truzie Hitt Susan Huff
Sheryl Hardy Jan Henderson Larry Hobbs David Hyde
52Jim Imhof Sandy Isbell Jean Jinks Danny Johnson
Eddy Ingram Keith Jackson Danny Johnston Randy Johnson
53Barry Jones Susie Jones Mike Kimbrell Charlotte Lagman
Keith Jones Van Junkins Phil King Deborah Lawrence
Randy Jones Mike Kallaher Kathy Kirkpatrick Eugene Lee
Ronald Jones Meiwyn Kelley Cissy Knaffl Larry Lee
54Our Seven Senior
Becky Lowery Becky Martin
Ellen Mahoney Diane Martin
David Lewis Lynn Logan
Paul Marks Roy MarlowWalter Martin Chris McCrary Martha McKinny Bonnie Morris
Margi Mays David McCutcheon John McNutt Sharon Morrison
Mike McBride Bob McDonald Connie Mordecai Kenneth Mory
Jan McCoy Ralph McElderry Charles Morello Alan Moseley
56Elise Moss Barbara Myers Janice Newman Debbie O’Berry
Patricia Murphy Carol Myers Allan Norris Jim Olvey
57Glenda Phillips Barry Patton Catherine Paterson Terry Parker
AI Pettinato David Patterson Donna Pate Nelda Parker
Sandra Perkins Bobby Patterson Patsy Parrish Audrey Parker
Bobby Payton Barbara Patterson Wayne Parker David Otts
58Joy, Jeanne, Mary, Becky, Deborah
Nicky Pissanos James Poe
Frank Priola Roseinary Pruiit
Gayle Powell Nancy Prickett
Earl Ratliff James Rauch
59Joy Ray Don Rickard Rick Romano Lawrence Sanders
Robert Red us Bobby Riddle Deborah Rorie Lila Satterwhite
Stephen Rhodes Larry Riggins Mary Ann Russo Mike Scherer
Terry Rice Stan Ritter Donna Salter Cecelia Schillaci
60Wayne Seal Sue Sharbutt Gene Sheppard Anita Skinner
Lawrence Serio Frances Sheppard Grady Shook Ruth Ann Smart
61Doug Springfield Danny Stidham Nancy Taylor Dale Tidwell
Jean Stallings Steve Storey Lois Thomas Dianne Tillery
Gayle Stewart Susan Streval Trisha Thomas Madelyn Tinney
Kathy Stewart Vincent Tamburello Ronnie Thorn Brenda Todd
62Dale and Jeanne Are Representatives
On Citizenship Tours
Ben Troncalli Skip Tucker Kathy Vinci Howard VonHagel
Laurie Waine Arnold Walker Janice Walker Pat Walker
63Deborah Walls Ken Waters Mary Weaver Lynne White
Wendy Ware David Watson John Wells Dennis Whitehead
Ricky Warnick Patricia Watts Marvin West Ricky Whitfield
Annette Washington Tun Watts Danny White James WhittKathy Findlay
Editor of Annual
Jim Williams Johnny Williams
Shelia Williams Duke Woodson
Howard Wright Peggy Yager
Terry Yarbrough Martha Yeager
Harvard Book Award
CINDY BOWMAN BERNARD HENDRICKS ROBERT YEAGER
VICKIE BOUT WELL FRED BROD1E MICHAEL LOVETT DIANNE ZANTHOS
66SENIOR CLA88 OFFICERS
Bob Duvall - President Joy Ray Secretary
Tim Watts - Vice-President 7Senior Session Room Presidents
- Angla DeSantis, Madelyn Tinney. 2nd ROW - Bobby Patterson, Mike An-3rd ROW - Henry George, Diane Martin. 4th ROW - Tim Watts, Jim Olvey.
- Bobby Riddle.Terrye Jo Bean — 1st
Carol Adams Linda Agncsia Claudia Akins James Akins Thomas Anderson Vicki Anderson Bruce Andrews Jerry Argo Pat Bachelor Denise Bagby
70Carole Binford Judy Birdwell George Blanks Donna Blythe Eddie Bottsford Richard Bousack Doris Bowman Mike Boyd Steve Boyd Donna Brady
Alternate Miss Touchdown ’68
Donna Bagwell Barbara Barden Ricky Barnett Steve Barton Terrye Jo Bean Perry Beasley Randy Beckers Paula Behee Ricky Benson Marcia BerryPatty Breland Linda Brinlee
Debby Brodic Dale Brogden
Ken Brown Jack Carter
Steve Burks Joe Bush
Terry Carter Lisa Catalina
Ken Capps Linda Carroll
Ed Cater Joan Chabert Susan ChabertLarry Chambers Peggy Christopher
Sandra Ciulla Jimmy Clement
Horner Coke Janice Coleman Dan Connell Chuck Cooley Juan Corbin
Denise Corn Richard Covington Glenn Cox Roy Crawford Marcella Creel Margaret Crocker
73Floyd Crooks Ted Crumly Rod Crump Linda Cunningham Sue Cunningham
Debbie Davenport Richard Davies Steve Davis Rodney Dellinger Jimmy Dickerson
Four Juniors are
Charlie Donaghe Suzanne Downey Jim Downing Phyllis Dupriest Jerry Eason Marilyn Edwards James Elam Dee EUis Cynthia Ellison Mike Elrod
Steve Evans Charlotte Evesque Fay Farmer Dot Ferrell Tom Ferguson
Tommy Ferguson Bridgcttc Fikes Ken Fikcs Mena Fisher Jeanette Flynn
Becky Ford Dana Fortner Dale Foshcc Valeric Fuller Dan Gainey
Ray Gannon Paulette Garrett Carolyn Gilbert Russell Gilbert Terry Gilbert
76Pam Gilbreath Sarah Giles Becky Givens Robby Godwin Annie Jean Goldsmith
Linda Goodner Patricia Gosha Blake Graham Pam Greene Sharon Greer
with bank duties
Sharon Gregory Loretta Gribbon Linda Griffin Rhoda Grumm Carol Hanlin Nan Hannah David Harland Blair Harrell Kathleen HarrisLonna Harris Laurie Haskell Sammy Hawkins Jerry Hayes Warren Henderson Eddie Hendricks Ricky Henclrix Janet Henson Woody Herring Ken Hester
Paula, Cindy, and Lisa
Jamie Hill Jean Hodges Carla Hoehn Jane Holden Gerry Holmes
Debra Hollifield Lynn Hollingshcad Debbie Holt Guy Horton Sandy Howard
Janice Hubbard Lynn Hudgins Gary Hudspeth Ozzie Ingram James Johnson Joan Johnson Anthony Jones Jay Juliano Karen Keith Ray Kicker
79Juniors contribute ideas
Sharon Kinney Rebecca Koier Sofie Lafakis Glen Landrum David l.awrencc Donna Lawrence Curtis Lawson Patricia League Donna Lees Lonnie Lenoir
80Gary Lester Sandra Lewis Shirley Lewis Debra Lindbergh Tommy Long Joe Lovetto Zane Lowery George Lucas Kyle Lusk Brenda Maddox
and efforts to THE JACKET
Kenneth Maddox Jeffry Mahoney Bill Malloch John Marty George Mattinson
Velinda Maxwell Kathe Mays Micki Mays Joyce McCrary Patricia McCray
81Joe McDevitt Martha McDonald Jo Ann McGiboney John McGraw Tommy McIntosh
Larry McMeckin Jerry McQueen David Merkel Kay Merrill Jean Middleton
Miss Y-Teen 1968 —
Cathy Miles Debbie Miller Paulette Miller Susan Miller Marcia Millsap Billy Mims Virginia Mitchell Patti Mobley Linda Morris Diane Moudry
Anne Moreland Samual Mullins June Mumpower Bonnie Myers Susie Nailen Sandy Neumann Becky Newman Bobby Newton Brenda Nichols John Odom
833:05 brings expressions
Jimmy O'Neal Wanda Owens Anthony Pardi Matsena Part Jamie Partai Pam Patterson Panda Patton Shirley Pettis Steve Pennington Curtis Perkins
4Sylvia Perry Billy Petelos Thelma Peterson Eddie Pharris Sheila Phillips Kitty Pierce Kathy Pinkerton Edna Pissanos Johnny Plan Michael Plan
Paul Pocopanni Mitchell Poer Cathy Porter Janice Potts Linda Powell
Linda Pratt Raymond Preston Denise Price Eddie Prisoc Eddie Proffit
85Ann Propst Donn Pruitt Ricky Pruitt Johnny Puccio Sandra Rackly David Rancont Jackie Rape Bob Reach Rena Redus Anita Reed
Kathy Pinkerton selected
Cindy Reed Sheryl Reed Jim Reid Janet Ricks Janet Ritter
Debra Roberts David Rogers Nancy Rogers Janet Rollins Ronald Rowell
Roger Ruddell Wanda Sanson Sharon Sawls J3yne Schrimsher Donna Schroeder
Bill Scott Fred Seals Matthew Seals Tricia Sellers Mar)' Serio
87Kathy Sewell Tina Sfakianos
Jerry Shaw Jan Sherrill
Students gain knowledge
Janice Shropshire Nancy Smith
Howell Simmons Brenda Smith Linda Smith
Robert Smith Royce Smith Susan Smitl
Marilyn Smith Charles Spanos
Barbara StackVicki Stanton Charles Stephens Sandra Stewart Clydene Stokes
Pam Storey Rhcta Straiton Michael Tarrant Lee Taylor Terry Templin
Debra Terry Kathy Thaxton Alan Thomas Connie Thomas Tommy Thrasher Wilson Tidwell
89Jo Ann Tombrello —
Mary Tillery James Tinker Frank Tombrello Jo Ann Tembrello Tim Tortorici Louis Trapolina Tommy Trapp Becky Tremelling Ramona Trero Terri Tubbs
90Diane Tyler Gloria Vail David Vamer Richard Vernon Mike Vines
Tommy Vines Pat Voytanovsky Cindy Waggoner Bonita Walker David Walker
Mary Jacq Watson Ronnie Watkins Marcia Watts John Webb Becky Weeks Patricia Wells Bobby Whatley Randall White Ricky White Raymond Whitfield
Y-Teen I.C.C. Officer
91Dorian Willard Jr.
Gail Williams James Williams Nancy Williams Ann Wilson Diane Wilson Liz Wilson Sheila Wilson
for Color Guard
Donna Wood Becky Woods Debra Wright Joyce Wynn Dale Yarbrough Robert Baily Randall Dunn Becky Kemp Jimmy Lovett Ralph Parks
92— Sandy Neumann
Sherry Schroder Travis Shaffer Debra Weaver
Sing along with Miller 1!
93Junior Session Room I’residents
FIRST ROW - Sandra Ciulla, Pam Gilbreath, Martha McDonald. OVt - Jimmy t
Bean, Billy Petelos. THIRD ROW - Dennis Williams, Ed Cater, vr.Nancy Adams Eric Adcock
Belli Aderholi Dolcsia Agee
William Agee Marvin Akers
Marietta is a Sophomore Colorguard.
Joe Antonio Mike Arbo Floyd Armstrong Denise Atkins Vicki Atkins
96Joe Bains Greg Baker Marilyn Baldwin Allen Bates Marie Beard
Joy Bearden Debra Ann Bell Cindy Blakeney Daniel Borella Billy Bottomley
Bill Bowlin Jan Bowman Regina Boykin Donna Bradley Teresa Bradly
Neil Brawley Diane Brewer Cindy Bridges James Bridges Sam Brodie
David Brown Debra Brown Debra Brown Earnest Brown Kate Brown
Larry Brown Russel Bryant Billy Buchanon Stanley Buchanan Donna Bunch
97Jackie Burch Trisha Burgess Ricky Burke Kenny Burks Frank Burton
John Butera Marlene Cladwell Johnny Canant James Candis Jim Cannon
Marilyn Caraway Sharon Carden Sandra Carlisle Greg Carr Mike Carter
Dianne Cates Susan Chabert Wayne Chalmers Robby Chancey Diane Chandler
Ozell Cheatham Debra Clark Ricky Clay David Coan Debra Cobb
Betty Cole Steve Cooley Jean Coward Anthony Cox Mike Crapet
98Peggy Crauswell Debra Creel Karl Kreps Dennis Crim Robert Crocker
Dennis Crumpton Ronnie Crumpton Ray Culver
Dan Darden Larry Davenport
Bill Davis Deborah Davis
Don Davis Jeddie Davis
Marilyn and Donna are Sophomore Flagbearers.Rodney Davis Sandra Davis
Willie Davis Janice Day
Gail Deaion Gerald Dejohn
The winner for Session Rooms for the Miss Touchdown Contest was Cecilia Woods.
Candy Duck Randall Dunn Glenda Earwood Mark Elliott
Mike Dempsey Rita DiGiorgio John Dooley
Peggy Elliott Bruce Enloe Rita Erazmus Pam Erickson Karen Erwin
100Bruce Evans Steve Evans Suzy Evers Jimmy Falls Cheryl Fairley
Susan Falls Bobby Fayet Antionetta Fells John Ferrell Marilyn Ferry
Stephen Ferry Marilyn Fields Renae Fisher Faye Freeman Kaye Freeman
Doris Fuller Mike Fuller Linda Gaines John Gallant Steve Garzarek
Patricia George Tim Gierke Rhonda Gilbert Danny Gilliam Mai Giles
Patricia Gilmore Lynn Glass Vicki Glenn Nella Globetti Pam Glover
101Debbie Goolsby Vicki Graves Mike Green Mike Greenlee Monica Gribbon
Jerri Griffin Linda Guetschoff Ricky Hadder Marina Hall Susan Hall
Ray Hall David Hamilton Keith Hamilton Sandra Hammond Bill Hand
Linda Harbell Bruce Harne Gary Harp Sandra Harper Anita Harris
Connie Harris Mark Hart Mike Hassell Billy Hatley Dorothy Herron
Randy Hester Kitty Hewes Beverly Hill Deborah Hill Donna Hill
102s Samuetta Hill
riv Frank Hilyer
Lee Hollingsworth Johnnie Hollis Paul Hooker Renee Hosey
Joyce Hudson Tommy Huey
Karen Hulslander Faith Hunt
Harriet Hutchins John Imhof
Sophomores gain knowledge through Biology.
103Jimmie lppolito Sherry Irvin
Joe Jackson Marcel Jackson
Cindy James Royce Jayne
Rua DiGiorgio is an Ensley High School Majorette.
Eddie Jeely Freddie Jeely Chuck Johnson
James Johnson Philip Johnson Walker Johnson Ben Jones
Patty Jones Susan Jones Linda Kassaw Steve Kelly Kathy Kendrick
104Lew Kirk Patti Kirk Sheryl Kirk Margaret Kneisley Joan Knight
Twila Knowles Marilyn Kopp Earl Kneder Judy Kreidler Rhonda Kuip
Sarah Lavender David Lawrence Paul Lawson Richard Lawson Ann Lee
Cathie Lee Danny Lee Ervin Lee Gary Lee Priscilla Lees
Phillip Leon Linda Leslie Donna Lewis Jimmy Lewis Robert Lindsay
Ronald Loggins Tim Lovelady Roger Loweey Doug MacMurdo Linda Malone
105Chuck Maples Phyllis Marino Jyn Martin Ricky Martin
Randy Mayfield Cheryl Mays Sam Mayzaro Glenn McCall Linda McClain
Donna McClendon Rita McCorstin Dennis McCrary Rebecca McCrary
Jim McKinney Linda McMahon Don McNabb Marcus McNear
Larry McCravy Paula McCulley Billy McDonald Tommy McIntosh Diane McKinney
Marion McNeal Clem McWhorter David Merkl Gwen Mewbourne Danny Miles
106James Miller Janet Miller John Miller Arthur Mitchell Linda Mitchell
Stephanie Moore Tom Moore
Beverly Morgan Richard Morgan
Donna Muir John Musgrove
Paula and Kay arc Sophomore Highstcppcrs.Susan Newsom Sharon Newton
Linda Noble Mike O'Brien
Van Neff Kathy Nelms
Sophomores learn the "plane" facts of geometry.
Bill O'Dell Mary Jane Olander Yolonde Oliver
Pam Overton Connie Owens Nelson Owens Elaine Parker
Lavince Paiillo Debra Pender Rebecca Peoples Cheryl Perkins Debbie Perkins
108Susan Perry Gracie Petelos Tony Petelos Thelma Peters
Pam Purvis Sandra Rackley Donna Radford Richard Rary
Jeff Phillips Charles Piazzo Debbie Pierce Johnny Plan Sundra Plunkett
George Postell Linda Prince Eddie Prisoc Patricia Pritchett Marrietta Puccio
Angie Ray Arthur Ray Debra Ray Patti Reach Rena Redus
109Tommy Reed Debbie Reeder Don Reeve Lin Reid
Freddie Rivers Becky Robbins Jane Roton Dan Rowell
Danny Reinhardt Paul Reynolds Karen Rhodes Becky Rice Patsy Riley
Dennis Saulters Steve Savincki Donna Scatura Sherry Schroeder
Jim Roycroft Desma Russell Rosalind Russell Joan Sandlin Larry Sandlin
Diane Scale Kenneth Seales Fred Seals Brenda Serio Susan Sheppard
110Larry Smith Marilyn Smith Paula Smith Sharon Smith
Susan Smith Arnetta Snow Toni Spanos
Linda Shoemaker Steve Shook Mark Slye Ridley Smart Ken Smith
Geraldine Spicer Randy Srofe
Nancy Staggs Sharon Stephens
Randy Stephenson Charlotte Stewart.
Linda Guetschoff directed the fall play.
IllNorman Stokes Ann Stone
Monty Strong Lou Ann Suell
Rebecca Teat Terry Tberos
Sherry and Beverly were elected to the bankboard.
Sharon Thomas Tommy Thomason Lindsey Thompson
Margaret Tillery Mary Tillery Donald Tinker David Tombrello
Patsy Trammel Ricky Trotman Randy Tubbs James Tucker Tim Tucker
112Rib Tubcrvillc Joe Varner Carol Vaughn Becky Vernon
Frances Vizzinia Susan Voyianovsky Thomas Wade Anne Wailes Belinda Walker
Brenda Walker John Walker Julius Walker Gayla Wallace
Gary Webber Ann Wells Betty Wells Cindy Wells
Ronald Wallace Jim Wallis Diane Ward Christine Watts Deborah Weaver
Diane Wesson Mae Wesson Margie Westbrook Steve Wheeler Henrietta White
113Karen Whitfield Darlene Willard Carolyn Williams Mary Jo Williams
Steve Williams Brett Wood Patricia Woodall Cecilia Woods
Sammy Woods Frank Wooley Mike Wooten Mike Wray
Carol Yeager Gary Young Bobby Zales Mary Jo Zito115)
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Sophomore Session Room Presidents
ROW 1: Jean Coward, Faye Freeman. ROW 2: Paula Smith. Tommy McIntosh. Hetty
Cole. ROW 3: Tommy Crooks, Grade Petelos, Tim Lovelady. ROW 4: Chuck Johnson. Kenny Burks, Joe Varner. George Postell.Leland Adams Ginger Addams Mary Ann Aldridge Cindy Allen Jeanne Arnold
Terry Ash Missie Askew Debbie Averyi Buster Baggei Jan Bagwell
Keith Bailey Anita Baker Gary Baker John Barden Alana Barnes
Guy Barnes Lydia Barrett Diane Barron Wayne Bates Lesa Beasly
David Becham Kathy Beck Kathy Belk Hal Bentley Debra Berry
Ramona Berry Freddie Betts Glen Bcvis Harry Bird Cindy Black
Dianna Blake Steve Bookout Earl Bowden Bruce Bowman Nancy Bowser
118Steve Bradley Carol Brady George Brady Lisa Bragan Vanessa Brand Ben Braswell
Jack Brawley Rodney Bridges Cindy Brock Rodney Brogden Donna Brown Steve Brown
Seniors Point the Way ...
Wacklick Brown Zelda Bryant Tommie Bufard Charles Burton Susan Butler Deborah Butts
Bobby Cagle Betsy Cain Gail Caldwell Karen Camper Don Cannutt Gene Carden
Jerry Carr Shirley Carr
Roy Carruba Mamie Casey
Linda Causey Karen Chadwick
Rocky Chaffin Sieve Chandler
Dwight Churchill Fred Clark
... And Freshmen Lose It.
Jean Clark Becky Cobern Joe Cotton Roger Couch Sherry
Cunningham Dianne Daniels
Mike Daniels Deonne Darden James Davis Jerry Davis Jerry Lee Davis
120Lynda Davis Mary Ann Davis Pam Davis Deborah Dawkins Marilyn Deitz
Renee DeRamus Jack DiBenedeito Jan Dickerson Sue Dickerson David Downs
Donna Driskill Tim Dunston Beverly Lads Kathy Early Charlotte Egger
Billy Emfinger Lee Etheredge Maunette Ethridge John Falls Ray Farris
Beverly Ferguson Beverly Fields Mike Flynn Artie Fortner Suzanne Franklin
Joe Franks Renee Federick Janya Freeman Cathryn Fuller Johnny Gallagher
Linda Gallon Rita Cammill Denise Gardner Betty Jo Garrett David GarzerekDanny Gibbs Linda Gilbert Dianne Goodner Jeanette Gosha Andy Graffeo
Lisa Graham Ellen Graves Paul Graves Becky Green Patricia Green
Ricky Greene Jon Greenlee Patricia Gregory Cindy Grinstead Mike Harbor
Denise Harig Beverly Harris Debbie Harris Rose Mary Harris David Hawkins
Jo Lane Headley Don Heatherly Martha Hester Randy Hester Patsy Hicks
Ronnie Hicks Steve Hicks Sandra Higgins Donna Hill Nancy Hill
Donald Hobbs Edwin Hodges Patti Hope Charlotte Horn Dwight HortonMiyorie Horton Sheila Horton John Hoskins Patricia Howell I.anese Huckeba James Hunter
Ken Irvin Lucehe Jackson Terry Jett Pam Johns Cynthia Johnson Debra Johnson
Oh-h-h-h-h that satisfied look!!
Larry Johnson Randy Johnson Anita Jones Cathy Jones Cinny Jones Jennifer Jones
Ronald Jones Rosalyn Jones Venita Jones Lee Kelly James Kent Annette Kennedy
123Mike Kirkland Dan Koier
Jan Kurtis Patty Land
Karen Landers Toni La Russa
Donald Lay Robert Lavett
Carol Lenior Diane Lewis
Mrs. Goodwin's freshmen win first place at the Girls' Invitational Volleyball Tournament
Marguertta Lewis Denise Lindbergh Mary Lorino Paul Lorino Vincent Lovetto Kathy Lumpkin
Sharon Lynch Billy Lytle Carl Lytle Jean McAnally Bob McCrary Frank McCrary-
124Mary Ann McCullough Wanda McDaniel Terrye McGinnis Kevin McGlaughlen Terri McTaggart
Billy Maddox Doug Malloch Dorothy Mallory Lisa Malone Steve Manley
Clarence Martin Susan Martin Wayne Mashburn Vivian Meadows Belli Miller
Dixie Miller Joe Miller Julia Miller Paul Miller Gene Mitchell
Jim Mitchell Meg Mooney Terry Morrison Rod Moss Gary Mullins
Carl Murphy Larry Myers Gary Nabors Paulette Negron Buzz Nelson
Sam Neugent Johnie Newman Jerry Nolen Jane Norton Mike O'Berry
125Don Olvey Eddie Olvey Anna O'Neal Larry O’Neal Carolyn Ozley
Jerry Parker Stephen Parker Nancy Parkins Jan Parks Charles Patterson
Donna Patterson Pamela Patterson Patty Patterson David Patton Linda Pennick
Vicky Peterson Edna Pettus Joe Pat Piazza Rose Ann Pitts Nancy Plant
Jessica Pope Debbie Powell R(?bbie Powell Brenda Preston Tommy Pridmore
Debra Ransum Patti Rawlinson Kay Ray Jo Ella Reach Debbie Rhodes
Barbara Rice Bill Ricks Jim Rinaldi Cindy Roberts Connie Roberts
126Danny Roberts Ed Roberts Mai Roberts Susan Ronilo James Roper Gary Rothe
Mike Russell Sammy Russo Patricia Salord Danny Schultz Olen Sellers Jim Settle
Once again, freshmen study Great Expectation .
Andrew Shears Jan Sims Mike Sims Curtis Smith Kathy Smith Terry Smith
Thomas Smith Freda Sneed Curtis Snow Pam Snow Gerald Stephens Libby Stephens
127Mirriam Stone Alan Stuari Johnnie Strength Sharon Stribling Charles Swan
Libby Taylor Patty Teer Melissa Tines Regina Thompson Brenda T idwell
Billy Jo Timmons Marlena Tinker Tom Tortorici Joseph Troncale Ken Trot man
Pamela Tyler Ricky Tyler Linda Vanstrum Danna Vaughn Diane Veazey
Leon Vetrano David Vines Allen Walker Barry Walker Bartie Walker
Brenda Walker Linda Walker Paul Walker Cynthia Ward John Wattains
Greg Waters Rick Watts Venessa Wayde Brenda Sue Weaver Sharon Weeks
128Sandy Weinstein Janice Weston Tony Wheeler Paul Wliiddon Randy White Billy Jo Whitfield
Larry Wilemon Brenda Williams Gayle Williams Harold Williams Sue Williams Mike Wilson
Freshmen benefit greatly from special orientations.
Mike Wilson Douglas Wolch Irby Woodall Johnny Woods Anthony Wright Jan Wright
Melford Wright Jan Wyatt Linda Young Jamie Zanthos
129Freshmen Session Room Presidents
1st ROW - Diane Veazey, Jo Ella Reach, Terri Ash. ..ad ROW - Patty Rawlinson, Linda Walker, Debbie Reeder. 3rd ROW - Greg Waters, J DiBenedetto, Randy Johnson.
4th ROW - Buz Nelson, David Hawkins.
for dream in j and anxietyDEBORAH RORIE
MADELYN TINNEYMiss Homecoming 1968
Sponsor - - MR. SEAGLE38RITA DiGlORGIOThe Enslcy Highsteppers is an organization of girls that work throughout the year to promote school spirit, by performing with the Band at football games and pep rallies and at basketball game half-times.
The long hard hours of work the girls put in. was worth it when the routines were so well received by the spectators. The routines were
from a Mexican Flair to a Hill Billy Queen. We appreciate you and we salute all the High steppers, especially the Seniors.
This year the Highsteppers were asked to perform at several functions outside the school. The trip the girls made to the dedication ceremony at the Boys Ranch in Selma was the High-light of this year.
140141CAROL ADAMS TERRYE JO BEAN JEANNE DR1 SKILL
MARY FLEMING KAYE FREEMAN
FAM GILBREATH PAM GREENE JANET HENSONDEBBIE HOLT BECKY LOWERY
PANDA PATTON JOY RAY
CLYDENE STOKESOur team divided and played each other —
Kathy Findlay passes her crown to Deborah Rorie, the 1968 M iss Touchdownthese expressions of excitement will always be in our memory —
The joy of hearing your name announced —
145With games, pep rallies, making signs, and various drives for charity, they well earn the letter "E" that they wear on their chest. With hardly two weeks break, they change sports and add another game each week to their schedule to cheer for Ensley's basketball team. Of course everyone knows March brings the announcement of 10 new girls as Ensley’s cheerleaders. This brings the realization that graduation is growing closer and to Mrs. Smith and the cheerleaders this means pulling up roots and sowing new seeds.
They seldom let it show through their constant smiles, but they will greatly miss Mrs. Smith and all the treasured memories here at E. H. S. When you see each Senior girl walk slowly up to the microphone, gulp, and proudly reveal her successor, you can see by the gleam in her tear •filled eyes that she has been a part of something so great that words could never express to anyone the wonderful experiences that she has met while cheering for the 1 school - "On to Victory Ensley High."
CATHRINE PATERSON - Head
MARY JANE GOLDENSUSAN HUFF PAULA BEHEE
149Student body ameers and Cabinet
Kathy Findlay. Secretary; Nancy Taylor, Vice-President; Larry Black. President; Mary Weaver, Head Marshal.
1st ROW - Larry Black, Nancy Taylor, Kathy Findlay, Mary Weaver. Und ROW - Jeanne Drlskill, Mary lane Golden. Mike Klmbrell. Dennis Whitehead, David Hand, Carol Benson, Elise Moss.
Left to Right: Janice Potts, Becky Martin, Cindy Waggoner, Mary Jane Golden, Becky Weeks, Ruth Ann Smart, Patty DePiano, Lisa Catalina. Mary Weaver. Sponsor: Miss Waters.
ROW 1: M. Weaver. H. White. D. McClendon. J. Driskill. P. Gilbreath. D. Reeder. ROW 2: J. Coward. T. Ash, C. Benson. J. Reach, M. McDonald. ROW 3: a. DeSantis, E. Moss, L. Barrett, M. Westbrook, F. Freeman, S. Ciull3. ROW 4: M. Tinney, M. Golden, K. Findlay. D. Martin. L. Walker, P. Rawlinson. ROW 5: B. Cole, P. Smith. G. Waters. J. O'Neal. B. Patterson, M. Poer, E. Cater. ROW 6: T. Crooks. Miss Bankston, T. Lovelady, D. Hawkins, R. Johnson, J. Baines. ROW 7: B. Petelos, D. Hand, T. McIntosh, L. Black. T. Watts. ROW 8: C. Johnson, M. Anderson, D. Williams. ROW 9: J. Olvcy, B. Riddle. D. Whitehead. H. George. M. Kimbrcll.Uhespians . . .
The speech department of Ensley High School maintains an outstanding program of speech activities consisting of a speech class, a dramatics class, and extracurricular activities such as school productions, speech contests, and drama festivals.
Last spring the speech, vocal, and band departments presented four performances of Oklahoma after weeks of hard work.
The fall play was The Madwoman of Chaillot. a comedy by Jean Girandoux. The story of the play concerned a group of businessmen who suspect that oil lies under the soil of Paris, and they will not hesitate to destroy the city to find it.
They discover a formidable opponent in Aurelia, the madwoman of Chaillot, who brings the greedy people of the world to her cellar and sends them down the secret stairway from which there is no return. Beauty and love now return to earth. Beneath its humor and satire is the ironic comment that die one person sound enough to frustrate all the madness in the world is a poor, old madwoman.
For the spring production the speech, vocal, and band departments will produce Camclot, with costumes from New York.NATIONAL
Spring Officers President: Barry Patton Vice-President: Debra Cates Secretary: Judy Evans Treasurer: Belinda Brinkley
Fall Officers -President: David Hand Vice-President: Mary Fleming Secretary: Debra Cates Treasurer: Becky Martin
ROW 1 - B. Brinkley. M. Fleming, C. Benson. J. Evans. Sponsor - Mrs. Rowell. ROW 2: M. liagerty. D. Cates. B. Martin. E. Moss. R. Smart. N. Gilbert. ROW 3: C. Cashia, B. Garmon, C. Lagman. T. Bell. M. Rauch. B. Patton. ROW 4: D. Hand. L. Black. T. Watts. A. Norris. K. Harbor.
154BOB DUVALL - - Ediior
Sponsor - - MRS. HOGAN PAUL HOOKER and CAROLYN GILBERT - Editors
STAFFBEST PERSONALITY Cindy Bowman and Henry George
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Ruth Ann Smart and Larry Black
FRIENDLIEST Martha Yeager and
Howard Von HagleMOST SPIRITED Cathrine Patcson and
Charline Harrison and
157SILLIEST Dona Branch and Frank Priola
BEST DRESSED Kathy Hamby and
Igg David Patterson
MOST COURTEOUS Deborah Cates and
Bobby PattersonCUTEST COUPLE Deborah Cates and Bobby Riddle
QUIETEST Totsy Bell and Barry Patton
MOST TALKATIVE Jan McCoy and Geoige Hopper 159160JreskmaM favorites
TIM DUNSTON JO ELLA REACH
PATTY RAWLINSONSophomore favorites
PAULA SMITH TOMMY McINTOSH HENRIETTA WHITE ,62
KEN BURKS MARILYN HELDS MIKE DEMPSEYJunior favorites
RICKY BENSON USA CATALINA JACK CARTER
PAM GILBREATH MITCHELL POER
CINDY WAGGONER J63J enuir Jfalm rites
Cinbu UnhmutnBonnie IHhitehoafr
169WnNNVSTAFFKATHY FINDLAY Editor
MR. HOWARD BALLEW Sponsor
Annual Staff at Work?
ELISE MOSS Asst. Editor
Martha Yeager Vice-President: Carol Benson Secretary:
Susie Jones Treasurer:
MISS DOYLE'S Y-TEENS
Sponsor: Miss Doyle
ROW: M. Yeager. C. Benson, S. Jones. L. Satterwhite, C. Bowman. L. Griffin, J. Tombrello. L. Waines, S. Gregory. B. Newman. P. Storey. ROW 2: M. Mays. L. Goodwin, N. Hannah, D. Zanthos. M. McKinny, C. Dudley. C. Gilbreath, B. Nichols. K. Pinkerton, L. Agnesia, J. Sherill, J. Middleton. ROW 3: V. Wilson, A. Skinner, K. Stewart, B. Myers. C. Myers, P. Grurnm. D. Moudry. S. Freeman, P. Walker, P. Brady, C. Binford, J. Ricks. ROW 4: J. Burch, L. Clements, P. Gilmore, T. Carter, J. McCoy, D. Branch, M. Mays, J. Evans, L. Hudgins. V. Mitchell, S. Lewis. J. Rollins, J. Hubbard, C. Thomas
ROW 1: S. Huff. Mrs. Stricklin, C. Patterson. ROW 2: K. Kirkpatrick. R. Smart, D. Tidwell. ROW 3: D. Martin. E. Cash. J. Green, B. Morris, B. Houston. D. Walls. ROW 4: K. Franklin, N. Prickett, A. Cornutt, K. Hamby.
J. Henderson. B. Lowery. T. Thomas. L. Logan. ROW 5: L. Catalina. C. Waggoner, J. Potts, S. Miller, C. Adams, D. Terry, D. Hollifield, L. Carrol, R. Carruba, S. Greer. ROW 6: D. Rorie, J. Rav. V. Boutwell. D. Brown. S. Strevel, D. Salter. C. Harrison, V. Stanton. G. Gilland, B. Garmon, M. Golden, S. Hardy. ROW 7: T. Bean, J. Henson. D. Holt, J. Newman. J. Fowler, J. Goodson, P. Amos. D. Ferguson, N. Taylor, B. Woods. B. East, J. Hitchcock. N. Parker, D. Cleveland.President: Joe Estes Vice-President: Donna Pate Secretary: Cynthia Ellison Treasurer: Lynne White Chaplain: Gregg Cox
ROW 1 - Mr. Seagle. J. Estes. D. Pate. C. Ellison. L. White. ROW 2 - G. Cox, M. Devinese, J. Chabert, R. Whitfield, R. Preston. J. Bell.
Sponsor: Mr. Seagle
ROW 1 - C. Stewart. L. Brinlee. R. Bridges. S. New-
Sponsor: Miss Till
FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB
man. R. Grumm. ROW 2 - T. Carter, P. Gilmore, M. Creel, D. Hollifield.
President: Patsy Grumm Vice-President: Sandy Newman Secretary: Rodney Bridges Treasurer: Linda Brinlee Reporter: Debra HollifieldPresident: Henrietta White Veep:
Anne Wailes Secretary:
Janice Day Treasurer:
Marilyn Fields Chaplain:
MRS. SIZEMORE’S Y-TEENS
ROW 1 - H. White, A. Wailes, J. Day, S. Mitchell. S. Smith, F. Freeman,
C. Fairley. ROW 2 “M. A. Aldridge, ft. Kulp, J. Bearden, A. Ray, C.
Bridges, D. Saulter, D. Ray, L. Guetschoff, S. Newsom. ROW 3 " L. lluckeba, S. Weinstein, G. Petelos. P. Salord, D. Clark, D. Atkins, K. Freeman, S. Jones. B. Serio, D. McClendon, P. Snow. ROW 4 " S. Butler, C. Brock. D. Muir, J. Poer, J. Coward, M. Westbrook. P. Erickson, 1.. Malone. S. Alvcr-son. S. Irvin, J. E. Reach, S. Newton, J. Sims. ROW 5 L. Bragan, C. Crumpton, G. Jones. K. Chadick, G. Mewborne. V. Maxwell, L. Beasley.
D. Powell, D. Hill, N. Plant, J. A. Tombrello, L. Malone, M. Williams.
MRS. KENDRICKS Y-TEENS
Diane Cates Veep:
Paula Smith Secretary:
Candy Duck Treasurer:
Deborah Creel Chaplain:
Nancy Adams Sponsor:
ROW 1 - Mrs. Kendrick, D. Cates, P. Smith, C. Duck, D. Creel. L. Harbell. S. Sheppard, N. Adams, B. Cole. ROW 2’C. Roberts, K. Smith, S. Dickerson, V. Anderson, M. Puccio. J. Roton, C. Perkins, S. Smith, N. Staggs. S. Plunkett. ROW 3 “ G. Caldwell, L. Vanstrum, K. Nelms. D. Cobb, A. Stone. R. Teat, T. Knowles. B. Morgan, K. Kendrix. L. Stephens. S. Horton. S. Hall. ROW 4 -S. Stephens, L. Taylor, J. L. Headly, M. Thies, D. Hill, R. Redus, C. Woods, D. Bradly. F. Viz-zenea, R. McCorstin, D. McKinney, M. J. dander, ROW 5 -M. Carraway. P. Raw-linson, D. Patterson. D. Veasey, C. Roberts. D. Darden. D. Brown. S. Cunningham. M. Hall. J. Dickerson, V. Graves, L. Walker. P. Overton.MISS DUTY’S Y-TEENS
Vice-President: Mary Jo Williams
ROW 1 - S. Andrews, M. Williams, P. Overton, T. Theros, L. McMahon, S. Stephens. S. Chabert. M. Stone, D. Goodner, V. Peterson, M. McCullough. ROW 2 - R. McCrary, R. Erazmus, S. Smith, S. Evers, N. Staggs, D. Aldrich. L. Young, B. Smith, P. Purvis, C. Pope. S. Rackleym. S. Falls. ROW 3 - C. Vaughn. M. Kopp, P. Trammel. P. Marino, B. Hobbs.
R. Fisher. A. Fells, J. Freeman, K. Lumpkin. E. Graves. G. Earwood. ROW 4 - A. Alexander. C. Jones, T. Ash, V. Brand, N. Harris, B. Aderhold, L. Mize. B. Cobern, C. Black. T. Mac-Ginnis. D. Harrig, C. Horne, S. Ranilo.
Y-TEEN INTER-CLUB COUNCIL OFFICERSPresident:
Vice-President: Kaye Freeman
ROW 1 - Miss Pace, G. Young. K. Freeman, D. Cates, F. Freeman. ROW 2 - C. Perkins. D. Fuller, N. Adams. R. Kulp, D. Ray, S. Sheppard, J. Bonner. D. Ward. ROW 3 - E. Proffit. P. Lawson, S. Alverson. P. Woodall, P. Murphy, A. Washington, J. Baines. J. Lewis. ROW 4 - R. Martin, R. Hendricks, R. Dillenger, R. Lowery, S. Kelly, L. Thompson, B. O'Dell. C. Johnson.
President: Jimmy O’Neal Vice-President: Jane Holden Secretary: June Muinpower Treasurer: Kathlenc Harris Chaplain: Donna Bagwell
ROW 1 - J. O’Neal, J. Holden. J. Mumpower, K. Harris, D. Bagwell. ROW 2 - M. Kneisley, R. McCrary. G. Deaton, S. Stephens, P. Overton, S. Smith. ROW 3 - Miss Hortenstine,
C. Thomas, C. Hoehn, G. Earwood, S. Ciulla, N. Rogers. ROW 4 - N. Staggs, V. Mitchell, A. Moreland, L. Hudgins,
D. Bowman, P. Riley. S. Plunkett. ROW 5 - R. Covington, B. Bottomly, D. Williams, B. Newton, G. Blanks. ROW 6 -R. Wallace, J. Butera, D. Miles, D. Henderson.
LATIN CLUBPresident: Sharon Gregory Vice-President: Donna Driskill Secretary: Debra Brown Treasurer: Patricia Gregory
ROW 1 - S. Lavender. R. Fisher, S. Moore, C. Harris, D. Driskill. Miss Howell. ROW 2 - B. Hill, B. Gregory, D. Brown, A. Wilson, J. Miller, J. Davis. ROW 3 “ S. Hill, L. Jackson, J. Pope, D. Hill, D. Hobbs, S. Gregory. ROW 4 - R. Hosey, R. Harris, V. Coleman, D. Dawkins, A. Wright, M. Harbour.
LANGUAGE LAB ASSISTANTS
ROW 1 - R. Bryant, R. Wallace, D. Henderson. ROW 2 - R. Morgan, N. Owens. N. Braw-ley.FUTURE HOMEMAKERS
ROW 1: D. Lawrence, N. Carruba. ROW 2: N. Gilbert, G. Stewart, L. Crowe. J. Gwillam, C. Stokes. ROW 3: Mrs. Morgan, D. Cleveland, M. Hamilton, C. Myers. K. Stewart. E. Fowler. W. Ware.
Clydene Stokes - President Pat Wells - Vice-President Linda Prince - Secretary Barbara Myers - Treasurer
Mrs. Morgan - Sponsor
P. Riley, J. Bell, W. Sanson, C. MaplesFUTURE NURSES
ROW 1: Mrs. Merrel, G. Phillips, W. Owens, D. Lewis. ROW 2: P. Purvis, P. Hicks, D. RosseU. ROW 3: D. Willard. P. Storey. M. Kelley. ROW 4: D. Butts. S. Martin. J. Forsythe. ROW 5: B. Newman. B. Weeks,
J. Freeman. ROW 6: P. Davis, D. Tyler.
President: Glenda Phillips; 1st V.P.: Janet Forsyth; 2nd V. P.: Becky Newman; Secretary: Wanda Owens; Treasurer: Donna Lewis; Chaplain: Diane Tyler; Sponsor: Mrs. Merrel.
ROW 1: C. Johnson, L. Thomas, D. Agee, J. Daniels. B. Walker, J. McAnnally, J. Birdwell. ROW 2: D. Bell, L. Jones. D. Ward, C. Watts. M. Baldwin, M. Fuller, B. Robbins. ROW 3: L. Tinker, C. Ward, S. Carr, D. Davis, D. Baker, C. Blake-ney, M. Fisher. ROW 4: D. Rhodes, V. Waid. R. Moss, J. Jinks, T. Spanos, V. Glenn, B. Walker.
Mrs. Lynn SponsorENSEMBLE
ROW 1: C. Hanlin, S. Case, C. Harrison, P. Overton. ROW 2: L. Satterwhite, S. Kinney, D. Wood, C. Hamby, B. Martin. ROW 3: H. Simmons, J. Williams, R. Behee, J. Estes. ROW 4: J. Eason, O. Ingram, B. Riddle. B. Dunstan. S. Ritter, D. Hand.
ROW 1: M. Weaver, K. Franklin, C. Bates, R. A. Smart, J. Ray, C. Harrison, B. East, M. Mays, C. Hanlin, P. DuPriest. J. Corbin, J. Rollins, N. Hannah, M. Yeager. ROW 2: T. Bachus, C. Defibaugh, S. Case, M. Golden, B. Martin, E. Cash, L. Satterwhite, J. Middleton, P. Sellers, S. Mitchell, L. Waine, M. Fleming, P. Overton. ROW 3: C. Binford. E. Fowler, S. Kinney, S. Barton, D. Gainey, S. Pennington, D. Wood-son, S. Rhodes, D. Wood, K. Hamby, D. Cates, S. Smith. ROW 4: R. Burke, J. Eason, O. Ingram, B. Hand, J. Williams, L. Berger. B. Dunstan, B. Riddle, O. Cleveland, S. Ritter, R. Behee, D. Hand, L. Riggins, J. Estes.
Vice-President: Pam Gilbreath
Program Chairman: Howell Simmons
ROW 1: C. Hanlin, D. Wood, E. Fowler, P. Gilbreath. ROW 2: H. Simmons, S. Pennington, S. Rhodes. ROW 3: R. Behee, D. Woodson, J. Estes. ROW 4: B. Hand, D. Hand, O. Cleveland. Row 5: L. Berger, B. Dunstan, L. Riggins.
QUARTETOFFICERS AND SPONSORS
ROW 1: M. Rauch, P. De Piano, M. Weaver,
D. Otts. ROW 2: B. Jones. K. Findlay, K.
Pinkerton, C. Perkins. Row 3: D. White, S.
Buchanan. E. Collett. ROW 4: B. Bowden, E.
DISC AND DIAMOND
ROW 1: K. Findlay. M. Weaver. P. DePiano. K. Pinkerton. ROW 2: J. Beasley. B. Jones.
M. Rauch. D. Otts. D. White. ROW 3: S. Buchanan. J. Akins, T. Rice. B. Bowwcn, E. Shepard, E. Collette.
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ROW 1: M. Glenn, M. Weaver. Pressley. A. Jones, H. Williams, Krepps, M. Carter, J. Beasley. B. Jones, P. DePiano, S. Buchanan. ROW 2: T. Hayes, R. 0. Cheatham. ROW 3: L. O'Neal, A. Ray, A. Thomas, C.
ROW 1: K. Findlay. K. Pinkerton. ROW 2: M. Rauch, J. Beasley. ROW 3: E. Collett, C. Perkins.ANNUAL STAFF
YELLOW JACKET STAFFANNUAL SALESMEN
President: Mary Weaver Vice-President: Janice Potts Cashier: David Hand Assistant Cashier: Jannicc Hubbard
ROW 1 - Miss Rausin, M. Weaver, J. Potts, J. Hubbard, D. Hand. ROW 2 - Mrs. Haley. K. Franklin,
L. Hollingshead, M. Golden, P. Behee, B. Morgan. ROW 3 - B. Martin, E. Cater, G. Horton. J. Carter. S. A Iverson.
Vice-President: Patricia Batchelor
CLUBS OF AMERICA
ENSLEY HIGH SCHOOL
ROW 1: Mr. Coker. T. Gensemer. S. Hawkins. M. Brasher, C. Peacock, B. Troncalli. ROW 2: F. Sheppard, D. Walls, B. Todd. J. Webb, M. Boyd. W. Walker, R. Wamick. ROW 3: T. Rice, E. Collett, E. Pharris, R. Jones, B. Bolin. R. Farmer, D. Stidham.
ROW 1: Mr. Turner, E. Erickson, K. Jakson, B. Flynn. S. Alexander, D. Connell. ROW 2: L. Lee, G. Hadder, M. McBride, K. Gallman, J. Dickerson.
Vice-President: Keith Jackson
Chaplain: Cindy Bowman
Mrs. Seier Sponsor
ROW 1: J. Evans, J. Green, C. Bowman, B. Martin, M. Fleming, K. Franklin, C. Bates, K. Findlay, M. Golden, S. Huff, C. Dudley, ROW 2: S. Capps, C. Benson, B. Lowery. J. Driskill, D. O'Berry, C. Paterson, S. Hardy, B. Morris, E. Cash. D. Tidwell, D. Branch, M. Yeager, B. East. ROW 3: J. Henderson, J. Goodson. S. Strevel. L. Stanton. B. Woods, A. DeSantis, D. Brown. ROW 4: J. Hitchcock, S. Jones. S. Case, D. Pate, C. Harrison, P. DePiano, M. Weaver, K. Kirckpatrick, N. Taylor, D. Cates, R. Pruitt, J. Gallacher, B. Houston.
President: George Hopper
Vice-President: David Watson
Sgt. of arms: Sandy Isbell
Mr. Smith -Sponsor
ROW 1: G. Hopper, D. Watson, E. Cater, B. Cross, S. Isbell. ROW 2: B. Patton. B. Patterson, E. Gardner, J. Ippolito, J. Roycroft, B. Hatley. ROW 3:
D. Patterson, B. Duvall. J. Canant, J. Carter, A. Walker, K. Harbor. ROW 4: B. Riddle, T. Ferguson, B. Hand, G. Horton, D. Walker, R. Yeager, K. Burkes.MATH CLUB
ROW 1: Mrs. Tipton. K. Harbor, M. Rauch, C. Bates, D. Whitehead. ROW 2: A. DeSantis. M. Hagerty, T. Bell, S. Morrison, C. Cashia, M. Fleming. ROW 3: P. Caldwell. A. Norris, L. Black. D. Woodson. B. Patton.
Vice-President: James Rauch
ROW 1: T. Watts, D. Woodson. M. Hagerty. S. Kinney. ROW 2: B. Brinkley, T. Bell, B. Myers, B. Harrold, S. Beadly, J. Chabert. D. Rancont, J. Bush. ROW 3: C. Spanos, P. Caldwell, M. Lavett, R. Becker, R. Crawford, C. Lawson.
President: Tim Watts
Vice-President: Duke Woodson
Secretary: Marion Hagerty
Sponsor: Mrs. WardTHESPIANS
President: Charlotte Lagman Vice-President: Nancy Graham Corresponding Secretary: Cheryl Bates Recording Secretary: Linda Guetschoff Treasurer: Frank Priola Chaplain: Jerry Eason
ROW 1 - L. Guetschoff, B. Robbins. Miss Deason. ROW 2 -
N. Graham, D. Price, F. Priola. ROW 3 - B. Martin, C. Lagman. E. Moss. ROW 4 - M. Watts, E. Gardner, L. Taylor. ROW 5 - C. Bates, B. Riddle. E. Pharris. ROW 6 - J. Eason, O. Ingram, J. Williams, D. McCutcheon.
ROW 1 - D. Denson, G. Mewbourne, M. Lovette. ROW 2 - W. Bates, C. Spanos. B. Harrell. G. Blanks. R. Smith. ROW 3 - E. Cook. G. Hopper, T. Argo. E. Gardner. D. Patterson. D. Varner, T. Trapp. J. Varner, B. Newton, C. Stephens, F. Priola, D. Gainy.
ROW 1: C. McCrary. S. Perkins. D. Farrell. D. O’Berry. ROW 2: R. Koier. L. Brinlee. M. McDonald, B. Myers. ROW 3: D. Cates. S. Newsom. B. Brinkley. Mrs. Smith. ROW 4: C. Bridges. P. Elliot. M. Kniesley, J. Jinks. ROW 5: M. Berry. T. Sfakianos. J. Edw?ards, M. Gribbon. ROW 6: S. Kinney. J. Corbin. C. Perkins. A. Moreland. ROW 7: T. Spanos.
ROW 1: S. Perkins, M. Berry, L. Brinlee. A. Moreland. J. Tombrello, J. Corbin. ROW 2: D. O’Berry, S. Kinney, B. Meyers, R. Koier, T. Sfkianos. ROW 3: B. Brinkley,
C. McCrary. D. Farrell, D. Cates, M. McDonald.
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Sponsor: Mrs. SmithLIBRARY ASSISTANTS
ROW 1 - W. Owens. S. Newsom. ROW 2 - J. Zamhos, C. Wells. ROW 3 - M. Baldwin. D. Perkins. D. Harrig. ROW 4 - C. Stewari, T. McTaggart. B. Weaver. ROW 5 - D. Goodner, N. Gilbert, B. Smith.
ROW 1 - M. Watson. B. Barden, R. DiGiorgio, K. Brown. V. Graves, A. Propst. J. Edwards. D. Zanthos, N. Browser. B. Meyers. C. Bates. ROW 2 - J. Corbin. C. Deflbaugh. W. Hendon, J. Eason, L. Hollingsworth, J. McCoy. P. Marino. S. Hammond. S. Downey.
President: Mary Jacq Watson Vice-President: Barbara Barden Secretary: Peggy Elliot Treasurer: Rita DiGiorgio
Vice-President: June Murapower
YOUTH FOR CHRIST
ROW 1 - Mrs. Black, T. McIntosh, J. Tombrello. C. Meyers, N. Diliberto, M. Golden, D. McClendon. H. White. S. Smith. ROW 2 - M. Watson. G. Phillips.
K. Erwin. P. Woodall. D. Lewis. S. Evers. S. Smith. N. Staggs. P. Overton. M. Williams. J. Day. ROW 3 - S. Bradley, C. Bridges. S. Mitchell. B. Cole. J. Goodson, S. Stewart, D. Moudry. C. Vaughn. E. Graves, W. Samson, D. Brady. C. Coleman, W. Henson. ROW 4 - J. Eason. C. Fairley, A. Wailes, J. Potts. C. Waggoner, G. Stewart. J. Mumpower, J. Rollins, J. Hubbard, C. Binford, B. Nichols. K. Pinkerton, L. Agnesia, L. Brinlec. ROW 5 - P. Patton, J. Estes, L. Berger, B. Dunston, D. Price, L. Black, B. Cross, D. Corn. R. George. N. Rogers. R. Kicker, T. Spanos. P. Sellers. B. Hand.
Mrs. Black -Sponsor
Clubs participate in Miss Touchdown Contest
Bob Reach, Glenn Landrum, Louis Trapalino, Ed Cater
Richard Davies. John Veazy, John Galant, Tim TortoriceJerry Hayes, Mitchell Pocr, Kenny Burks, James Tucker, Ricky Benson, Jay Juliano, James Tinker. Bruce Evans
Terry Templin, Johnny Mooney, Johnny Canant, Mike Wooten, Billy Petelos, Pat Votanosky
Jim Downing, Jack Carter, Ricky Pruitt
Roger Russel, Alan Norris, Paul Pocopani, Gene Cook, Monty Strong, Tommy McIntoshENSLEY JONES 14 VALLEY
Easley opened the ’68 season with a dazzling display of defensive play by holding Jones Valley to only 14 yards rushing and 82 yards passing. For the offense, Mike Kimbrell was the leading rasher with 143 of the total 286 yards rushing. Dennis Whitehead completed 3 out of six passes for 31 yards.
Ensley was a little slow getting started by fumbling the first two times they had the ball.
Early in the second quarter, Dennis Whitehead took the ball in to score from the one completing a 61 yard drive. Jerry Hayes kicked the PAT and Ensley led 7-0. Jones Valley completed a 64 yard drive and the half time score was 7-7.
In the second half Ensley controlled the ball most of the time and drove to the one yard line early in the fourth quarter. Mike Kimbrell ran the ball in for the score and Jerry Hayes added the PAT and made it 14-7. Ensley threatened 2 more times but was unable to score.
JACKETS STING BROWNIES
First Downs 21 6
Yards Rushing 286 14
Yards Passing 31 82
Passes 3-6-0 8-16-0
Fumbles Lost 2 0
Punting 1-40 6-27.3
Return Yards 30 36
Penalties 67 34
YARDSTICK E H
First Downs 17 10
Yards Rushing 131 34
Yards Passing 104 106
Passes 4-6-2 8-19-2
Fumbles Lost 3 1
Punting 1-36 4-44
Penalties 45 30
ENSLEY DOWNS HUFFMAN
The Ensley Yellow Jackets had a field night against a young Huffman team with Mike Kim-brell stealing the show. Mike took the opening kickoff and ran 90 yards up the middle for a touchdown. Less than 2 minutes later he ran a punt back all the way for 78 yards.
With 2 minutes left in the first quarter Andy Cross completed an 80 yard drive with a 23 yard run. Jerry Hayes made his 3rd PAT of the game good and the Jackets led 21-0. Huffman then came back and passed their way into the end zone, for six points. The PAT attempt was blocked. Midway through the second quarter, Ensley's defense scored two points when they caused a safety on a bad punt snap. The score at halftime was 23-6.
Huffman started off the second half by passing again and made good a 66 yard drive. The PAT attempt was wide. Before the 3rd quarter ended, Ensley scored again on a 21 yard touchdown pass from Dennis Whitehead to end Billy Petelos. In the 4th Quarter, Huffman scored once again and Ensley scored twice on a 4 yard run by Benson and a 3 yard run by Bobby Cross. Jerry Hayes kicked ail the PAT's.
MIKE K1MBREI.L KELLY BAKANE ANDY CROSS
202 CaptainHENRY GEORGE RODDY GEORGE KEN HARBOR
A really fixed up Ensley team came on to win its 3rd game for the season by shutting out Hueytown 20-0. Andy Cross was the leading rusher with 141 yards and Dennis Whitehead accounted for all 3 TD’s by throwing two touchdown passes to Henry George and Tim Watts and running for 15 yards for the last score.
The Jackets scored the first time they got the ball by going 62 yards in 5 plays. The TD came on a 48 yard pass from Whitehead to wingback Henry Geroge. Jerry Hayes kicked the PAT. With 4:50 left in the 1st half, Whitehead turned into a 60 yard scoring play. Hayes added the PAT and Ensley led at half-time 14-0.
Ensley took the opening kickoff of the 2nd half and went 72 yards in 8 plays with Whitehead running it tn from the 15. The snap from center was fumbled and the PAT failed.
JACKETS SMASH GOPHERS
ENSLEY HUEYTOWN 20-0
First Downs 18 5
Yards Rushing 180 37
Yards Passing 196 7
Passes 7-11-0 1-7-1
Fumbles Lost 2 0
Punting 1-39 5-41
Return Yards 45 100
Penalties 40 48
MIKE KALLAHER BOBBY PATTERSON
First Downs 17 8
Yards Rushing 159 166
Yards Passing 184 66
Passes 9-14-0 3-8-2
Fumbles Lost 0 0
Punting 1-24 2-35
Penalties 78 30Enslcy brought their record to 4-0 as Dennis Whitehead led the Jackets by West End by completing 9 out of 14 passes for 153 yards and 3 touchdowns.
The Jackets scored the first time they had the ball by driving 60 yards with Andy Cross going over from the 1. Hayes' kick made it 7-0.
After West End drove to the 3 yard line, Ensley took over on downs and drove 97 yards to score again. Cross took the ball in for the score again. This time from the 2. Hayes converted. Late in the 2nd quarter. West End recovered a jumble on the 20 and took it in for a score as the half ended. Ensley led 14-7.
Ensley opened the second half with a 59 yard drive and scored on a 20 yard, Whitehead to Kimbrell pass. Hayes converted again. Early in the 4th quarter James Poe intercepted a pass on the 29 and Whitehead threw to Tim Watts on the 1st play to score. Hayes’ kick failed and the Jackets led 27-7. West End came back and scored to make it 27-14, but as soon as Ensley got the ball they drove 52 yards and scored on a 7 yard pass from Whitehead to Petelos. Hayes' PAT attempt failed. West End closed out the last quarter with another TD, but the clock ran out with Ensley on top. 33-21.
ENSLEY SLAUGHTERS LIONS
33 - 21ENSLEY 33 WOODLAWN 19
First Downs 14 10
Yards Rushing 215 122
Yards Passing 109 235
Passes 5-11-0 12-28-3
Fumbles Lost 2 2
Punting 5-37 5-40
Penalties 82 30
Mike Kimbrell and Andy Cross led Ensley to their fifth straight victory by stinging Woodlawn 33-19.
Both teams fought nip and tuck in the first half, in the first quarter Mitchell Poer intercepted on the Woodlawn 22. On the next play, an Ensley TD was called back on an offsides penalty, but the Jackets drove on in for the score with Cross getting the 6 points. Hayes failed to convert. A few plays later Woodlawn scored on a 64 yard pass play. The PAT was good and the Jackets were behind for the first time of the year, 7-6. In the second quarter, though, Whitehead topped off a 56 yard drive with a 16 yard TD pass to Kimbrell. The PAT was good and Ensley led at halftime 13-7.
In the third quarter Woodlawn was threatening until Bruce Evans recovered a fumble at the 6. Ensley could not get out of the hole and had to punt, but Woodlawn fumbled the punt and Ensley recovered again. This time Ensley took the ball in with Cross scoring from the 8. The PAT was good. Late in the third quarter Woodlawn punted and Kimbrell broke loose and took it 80 yds for a score. Woodlawn went to the air and scored two more TD and Ensley scored their last TD on a pass from Whitehead to Watts. The final score: 33-19.ENSLEY 42 PHILLIPS 12
Easley was slow getting started with Andy Cross scoring the only TD of the first half for Ensley and Jeff Tucker's PAT put Ensley ahead 7-6 at the end of the half.
The second half started off with a bang. On the first play from scrimmage Andy Cross went 77 yards to the one. Kimbrell took it over on the next play and Jeff Tucker kicked the PAT good again. The next play from scrimmage for Ensley was an 82 yard touchdown run by Mike Kimbrell and Tucker's kick made it 21-16.
Late in the 3rd quarter Bruce Evans got the ball and promptly took the ball in from 28 yards out and another Jeff Tucker conversion made it 28-6. Early in the 4th quarter Ensley got close and Ricky Benson connected with Bruce Evans for a 5 yard touchdown pass. Tucker's kick was true and Ensley led 35-6. After Phillips scored their second and last touchdown, Kenny Burks added salt to the wound by taking a screen pass from Benson and rambling 33 yards to score. This time Howard Von llagel got the call and split the uprights to make it 42-12.
YARDSTICK E P
First downs 19 10
Yards Rushing 349 20
Yards Passing 104 113
Passes 9- -15-1 9-21-4
Fumbles lost 1 0
Punting 3-33 6-34.5
Return yards 39 51
Penalties 51 35Better than 17,000 people came to Legion Field to see the game of the year between cross-town rivals, Ensley and Banks, and had to settle for a 7-7 tie.
Banks got a break late in the first quarter by recovering a fumble on the Ensley nine yardline and quickly turned it into a touchdown. Neither team could score before the end of the half and Banks led 7-0. The third quarter remained a stalemate between the two teams, but early in the fourth quarter Mitchell Poer, a member of a pass defense which had riddled Bank's passing game all night, intercepted a pass on his own 30 yardline and outran the Banks team 70 yards for a touchdown. Jeff Tucker came through with the pressure on and split the uprights to tie the game at 7 and 7. Ensley threatened once more before the clock ran out, but lost the ball on a fumble and had to settle for a tie.
JACKETS TIE JETS
YARDSTICK E B
First Downs 8 11
Yards Rushing 108 155
Yards Passing 12 81
Passes 2-9-1 8-21-3
Fumbles Lost 3 1
Punting 4-28.8 2-36.5
Return Yards 74 15
Penalties 30 20
First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Passes
Fumbles Lost Punting Return Yards Penalties
ENSLEY DEFEATS BESSEMER
Both Ensley and Bessemer fought a fine battle all night, but the Yellow Jackets sting was worse than the Tigers roar.
The first quarter went by scoreless, but early in the second quarter, Mike Kimbrell went 65 yards behind a wall of blockers to score the only touchdown of the game. Jeff Tucker kicked the PAT. In the second half, both teams had several good drives, but all of them died when they neared the goal. Bessemer’s biggest threat was on a 56 yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter, but it was called back on a penalty.
The defense was the key factor in Ensley‘s win with Kelly Bakane, James Poe, Dan Johnson, Mike Kallaher, Mitchell Poer, and Bruce Evans being top defenders.YARDSTICK
First Downs 13 9
Yards Rushing 39 150
Yards Passing 226 117
Passes 17-27-1 3-6-1
Fumbles Lost 1 0
Punting 6-30.2 6-33.7
Return Yards 21 80
Penalties 20 15
ENSLEY ... 13 RAMSAY ... 28
The Ensley Yellow Jacket season came to a close sooner than expected. The Jackets chances of a berth in the 4A state playoffs were killed when they met a very tough Ramsay defense. The loss also knocked the Yellow Jackets out of the Clinic Game.
Ramsay's defense, the toughest all year for the Jackets, riddled Ensley's offense all night. Both Andy Cross and Mike Kimbrell's running was held to an under average amount. Whitehead's passing was the main source of yardage for the night with two of his passes, each to end Tim Watts, going for Ensley's only two touchdowns.
Although the Jackets failed to make the state playoffs of the Clinic Game, they still finished with a 7-1-1 record, a record any team could be proud of and the best since Coach Storie came to Ensley, four years ago.wL mt®r tNSLr
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FIRST ROW - E. Priscoe; L. Thompson; R. Smart; F. Hilyer; J. Cotton; M. O'Brien; R. Martin: R. Mayfield: M. Dempsey; T. Lovelady; G. Webber; J. McKinney; M. Hart; J. Plan; R. Strofe; B. Jones; R. Crocker. SECOND ROW - J. Musgorve; S. Evans; R. Lowery; R. Hindman; R. Culver; D. Merkl; S. Garzarek; W. Johnson; D. Crumpton; S. Savmcki; B. Turberville; C. Crump; D. Hamilton; M. Greene; F. Armstrong; D. Mac Mur do; B. Hatley.
FIRST ROW - E. Roberts; J. Hoskins; B. Nelson; M. Wilson; D. Koier; V. Lovetto; D. Patton; G. Mitchell; K. Irving; J. DiBenedetto; T. Tortorice; R. Jones. SECOND ROW - D. Lay; C. Lytle; E. Olvey; B. Baggett; J. Miller; A. Wright; P. Walker; D. Downs; B. Lytle; D. Garzarek: A. Graffeo. THIRD ROW - B. Ricks; G. Waters; R. Greene; M. O'Berry: P. Lorino; M. Flynn; R. Lavett; J. Watkins; D. McKnabb; M. Harbor; J. Franks; R. Johnson; J. Mitchell; D. Olvey.
214COACH JERRY RYAN
MONTY STRONG. ROGER RUSSEL. PAUL POCOPANJ
Ensley 55 GAME SCORES Huffman 32
Ensley 52 Bradshaw 34
Ensley 50 Banks 48
Ensley 44 Jones Valley 36
Ensley 54 Ramsay 53
Philips Invitational Tournament
Ensley 73 Phillips 58
Ensley 50 Hayes 55
Ensley 72 Gardendale 51
Shades Valley Tournament
Ensley 69 Hayes 57
Ensley 60 Berry 59
Ensley 57 Shades Valley 43
Ensley 38 Tuscaloosa 49
Ensley 80 Phillips 44
Ensley 46 Woodlawn 62
Ensley 71 West End 44
Ensley 50 Berry 52
Ensley 64 Huffman 33
Ensley 54 Banks 44
Ensley 50 Murphy 42
Ensley 54 Jones Valley 37
Ensley 54 Ramsay 47
Ensley 75 Lanier 73
Ensley 58 Phillips 38
Ensley 44 Woodlawn 53
Ensley 47 West End 46
Ensley 62 Lee 49
Ensley 43 Berry 43
PRACTICE MAKES A WINNING TEAM FOR ENSLEY
BASKETBALLDon't crowd "The Von," Buddy.
Over here. Lee.
VON HAGEL NAMED ALL-TOURNA AT SHADES
Two for Howard.Up. Up And Away,
Make room for "Legs.
AND BURGER TO
MENT TEAM VALLEY
Get that Colonel!
221Look out for the cheater ... H
Enough of this.
Wow, look at that!
O.K. Mitchell, lets move in.
Hey, get away from that basket.Will that basketball ever come down?
O. K. guys, up in the air.
I think I see it.Now, this is how it is done.
IN PHILLIPS TOURNEY VON HAGEL
TOURNAMENT.Ricky Benson, Jim Burch, Mitchell Poer, Lee Burger, Richard Smith, Jim Olvey. Tim Wans, Lynn Mammock, Basil George. Mike Plan.
He really can ring that basket.
Hey now Watts, watch that boy.
BACK ROW - Kenny Burks. Ricky Martin. Johnny Mooney. Don Reeves. John Walker. Jim McKinney. Randy May-ficld. FRONT ROW - John Canant. Johnny Plan, Bruce Evans. Steve Savinski, James Kandis. Don Rowell.
BACK ROW - Bokie Settles, Dan Koier, Kip Irvin, Glen Bevis, Ed Roberts. Carl Lytle, Bill Lytle, David Downs. FRONT ROW - Andy Graffeo, Dwight Horton, Larry Wilemon, Mike Flynn, David Patton, Paul Lorino, Mike O'Berry. VEnsley
6 Forrest Hills
2 Jefferson Stale
2 lluey town
10 Lee “Huntsville
7 Jones Valley
4 Emma Samson
3 Emma Samson
3 West End
7 Jones Valley
2 Chatt. Central
10 Chatt. Central
3 West End
5 John Carroll
6 John Carroll
Manager: Paul Pocopani
Coach Bill Sparks
The 1968 Ensley High School Baseball Team started the season with a trip to West Palm Beach, Florida. While there the team practiced and also saw the Atlanta Braves play some exhibition games. The team defeated three Florida teams during the week in Florida.
The Jackets came home and started the season against Phillips. Skeet Dickerson hit a 350 foot home run in the bottom of the seventh inning with two men on to give us our first league play with a third straight city championship and a 10-2 record. Ensley then won the Jefferson County Championship with a 4-0 tournament record for the third year in a row.MIKE PROFFITT
The overall record for the year was 28-5. This gives our team the last tliree years a 89-11 won and loss record. Mike Proffitt made Sports Illustrated with a third no hitter in as many years against the same team. Minor. This team produced five boys who either received baseball scholarships of signed professional. Mike Proffitt - Mississippi State. Ken Dempsey - Auburn. Mike Childress - University of Alabama. Don Dickerson - New York Mets, Mike Kimbrell - Los Angeles Dodgers.
LYNN STRICKLINBRUCE EVANS
JACKETS CITY AND CHAMPSJIM McKINNEY
235TRACK SPRING . . . 1969
Seniors Basil George and Lee Berger both participants in last year's state meet will be expected to head the team again this year. Basil finished fourth in the mile run and Lee was sixth in the triple jump.
Lynn hammock, eighth in State Cross Country, will also be strong in the distance runs. Chuck Johnson, an outstanding ”BM team runner last year will run in the 880 and 440.
Along with Berger, David Hand and Jim Downing will make up a strong field of long and triple jumpers and Rick Romano will be back for the shot and discus.
Over all, the outlook is bright especially in the field events and the longer runs.
FIRST ROW - A. J. Carpri, Mike Jones, Andy Cross, Henry George. Steve Storey. Terry Martin. SECOND ROW - Coach Ryan. Johnny Petelos, Ken Weeks, Basil George, Lynn Hammock, Lee Berger, Stan Ritter, Rick Romano. Coach Storie.
'BASIL GE 1968 TEAM BREAKS 3 ENSLEY RECORDSENSLEY PLACES FIRST IN 2 EVENTS IN CITY MEET67
COACH MARTHA BANKSTON
ANITA LYNN ADAMS
Debate Team Timekeeper; Softball and Volleyball Intramurals; D.O. Club.
BRENDA GAYE ALEXANDER
Library Club (2) Chaplain(1); Library Assistant (2); Future Nurses Club; Freshman Chorus; Volleyball Intramurals; S.R. Banker and Annual Salesman, Majorette (2); Latin Club; Marshal; NEDT Certificate of Merit; Band.
SHELIA GAIL ALEXANDER
Volleyball and Basketball Intramurals; Marshal; Typist for Yellow Jacket; Assemblies; Softball Intramurals.
SHARON ALEXANDER D.O. Club; Softball and Volleyball Intramurals.
WILLIAM GEORGE ALLEN. JR.
Transfer from Bessemer; Football (4); Basketball (4); Track (2); Baseball (2); S.R. President (3); Key Club.
PATRICIA LYNN AMOS
Y -Teens(2); Tri-Hi-Y (1); Future Nurses Club (1); Banker(2); Intramurals; Annual Salesman.
MICHAEL DEAN ANDERSON
S.R. President (3); Student Council Rep. (3); Treasurer of Spanish Club; Cross Country Team.
ROBERT JOE ANDERSON
"B" Team Football (2); Varsity Football (1); Freshman Basketball.
S.R. Veep. (1); Ass't Banker(2); French Club (1); D.E. Club.
HARRY THOMAS ATKINSON
R.O.T.C. Officer; Disc and Diamond Club(3); Science Office Ass't Latin Club( l); Drill Team; Ass't Banker; Veteran's Day Parade.
246AUDREY CHARLENE PARKER
Softball Intramurals; Transfer from Minor; G.A.A. (2); Volleyball Iniramurals.
LINDA SUE AYCOCK Choir Shows; Home Ec Club.
TONI SUZETTE BACHUS
Transfer from Murphy; Spanish Club(l); Teacher's Ass't(l); Special Chorus(2); Honors from Ensley; Choir (1).
KELLY BA KANE
Sec’t and Veep, of S.R.; Track(1); B-Team Football (1); Varsity Football (3).
JACK L. BARDILL
CHERYL YVONNE BATES
Rod Cross Club. Chaplain; Staff of Speech Plays and Musicals; Future Teachers of America; Thespians; Freshman Chorus; Volleyball Intramurals; Art Club; Marshal; Youth for Christ.
CONNIE ELIZABETH BATES
Math Club(2), Sec’t (1); Latin Club; Promoters; Veep, and Banker (3) of S.R.; Pep Club; High-stepper (1); Library Assistant(1); Choir; Intra-murals; Marshal; National Cheerleader; Chemistry Lab Ass’t; Miss Touchdown Representative.
JAMES HERRON BEASLEY
S.R. Pres. (1); Drill Team (3); Veep, of Disc and Diamond Club; R.O.T.C. Staff.
ROBIN EDWARD BEHEE
Intramurals; Choir (2); Ensemble (2); Science Office(2); Biology Stockroom; Lyric Club(2); Musicals; Pep Club.
JAMES WILLIAM BELL
Band (2); Instrumentalists Club(3).
TOTSY LEE BELL
National Honor Society; Math Club(2); Electron Club (3); President (1); Sec’t (2) and Banker (1) of S.R.; Biology Lab Ass't (1); Marshal (1).
CAROL ANN BENSON
Marshal (4); Treasurer Future Teachers Club; Sec't S.R.; Sec’t of Spanish Club; Veep.
Y-Teens; Promoters; Youth for Christ (3);
Pep Club; National Honor Society; Cabinet;
Ass’t Banker(1); Fashion Show; Volleyball Intramurals.
WALTER LEE BERGER
Choir; Lyric Club; Youth for Christ Pres, of S.R.; Student Council; B-Team Basketball; B-Team Track; Varsity Basketball (2); Lettered (2); Varsity Track (2); Lettered (2); 1968 Cu Champion Triple Jump; 1968 City-County All-Star Track; Chaplain S.R.; Banker; Bank Teller, Regional Finalist Triple-Jump; State Finalist Triple-Jump.
LARRY C. BLACK
President of Student Body; B-Team Football (2); Varsity Football (2); Lettered (2); President of Y.F.C.; Latin and Math Clubs; Harvard Book Award; Boy’s State Representative; National Honor Society; Banker.
CAHRLENE BLACKBURN Volleyball and Basketball Intramurals.
247MARY ANN BLYTH
Banker; Volleyball and Basketball Intramurals.
WILLIAM JOSEPH BOLIN
B-Team Football (2); Baseball (1); Spanish Club(1); D.E. Club.
JACQUELINE YVONNE BONNER
Band; Marshal; Spanish Club; Band Letter.
VICKIE IRENE BOUTWELL
Y-Teen$(2); Volleyball Intramurals(2); May Court; Future Teachers Club; Play Staff; Marshal; Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club; Miss Touchdown Candidate.
CYNTHIA IRENE BOWMAN
Favorite; S.R. Veep.; Marshal (3); Y-Teens (2); Veep of S.R. (1); Promoters; Candidate for DAR Good Citizenship Girl; Homecoming Court 2nd Alternate; Intramurals.
WILLIAM EDWARD BOWMAN
Lyric Club; Football (4); Choir; Christmas Concert.
DONNA KAY BRANCH
Freshman Chorus; Y-Tecns(2); Marshal; Tri-Hi-Y; Senior Y-Teens; Promoters; Girl's Vocal; Pep Club; Volleyball, Softball, and Basketball Intramurals.
MELISSA DEAN BRASHER
Honors from Glen High School: Miss Glen Contest; Red Cross Club; Student Council Representative; Ensley Honors: D.E. Club.
BELINDA LEA BRINKLEY
Freshman Chorus, French Club(2); Electron Club(2); GAA (3); Gym Assistant (2); Intramurals; Assistant Banker; National Honor Society. Biology Stockroom Assistant; Christmas Music Festival; Pep Club.
FRED THOMAS BROD1E
DONNA JO BROWN
Y-Teens; Tri-Hi-Y; Promoters; Gym Letter,
Gym Assistant; Marshal.
JAMES BOYD BURCH
Basketball (4); Tennis (4).
JERRY ANN BURCH
Future Nurses Club; Intramural Basketball and Volleyball; S.R. Sec’t; Y-Teens; Marshal.
WARREN CAMPBELL BURSON
B-Team Football; Varsity Football; German Club; S.R. Veep.
EUGENE CURTIS CAGLE
Spring and Fall Choir Concerts.
Rifle Team; B-Team Football; Math Club; Electron Club(2); French Club; Math Lab Ass't; Chemistry Lab Ass't; Boys Vocal.
SHARON KAY CALVERT
SHERRI MARIE CAPPS
Promoters; President(l) and Sec't(2); of S.R.; Homecoming Court.
248NORMA JEAN CARRUBA
RICHARD ALLEN CHASTEEN
Volleyball, Basketball, and Softball Intramurals; Home Ec Club.
ROSALIND ANN CARRUBA
Tri-Hi-Y; Home Ec Club; Pep Club; S.R. Banker; Marshal (3); Volleyball, Basketball, and Softball Intramurals.
SUSAN ANNETTE CASE
Marshal(3); Y-Teens; Tri-Hi-Y; Promoters; Choir; Ensemble; Freshman Chorus; Girl's Vocal; Volleyball Intramurals; Banker of S.R.; Math Department Ass't; Pep Club.
ELIZABETH EVELYN CASH
Freshman Chorus; Choir (2); Girl’s Vocal (1); Marshal(1); Y-Teens(2); S.R. Veep.; Pro-moters(l); Tri-Hi-Y (2); Bank Worker; Volleyball. Basketball, and Softball Intramurals.
Banker(2); Y-Teens; Freshman Chorus; Spanish Club; Marshal; Volleyball, Basketball, and Softball Intramurals; Annual Salesman; Math Club; National Honor Society.
DEBORAH JANE CATES
Lyric, Latin, Tri-Hi-Y, Promoters, Red Cross Clubs; S.R. Veep.; Veep, of G.A .A.; Sec't of National Honor Scoiety; District and State Choir Competition; Miss Touchdown Candidate; Gym Ass’t; Youth Leadership Conference.
CHARLOTTE LORANE CHAMBERS
Y-Teens; Band; Miss Touchdown Candidate; Annual Salesman; Pep Club; Clioir; Good Citizenship Girl Candidate; Marshal.
Staff of Speech Plays; Band; Instrumentalists Club.
MARY LINDA CLEMENTS
Marshal; Y-Teens(2); Freshman Chorus; Intrant urals.
DEBORAH SUE CLEVELAND
Future Nurses Club; Tri-Hi-Y Club; Home Ec Club; Library Ass't; Choir Concerts.
WILLIAM O’NEAL CLEVELAND
Choir; Ensemble; Lyric Club; S.R. Veep.; Oklahoma; Band; B3nk Worker; Pep Band.
CAROLINE ANNE COLE
Future Nurses Club; Library Club; Latin Club; Band (2); Jacket Staff (2); Volleyball. Basketball, and Softball lntramurals. Bank Teller. Marshal.
MARY LOU COLEY
Y-Teens; German Club; Marshal.
Veep, and Banker of S.R.; Latin Club; Red Cross Representative.
B-Team Football; Varsity Football; Varsity Manager; Chemistry Stock Room.
ANGELA MARLENE CORNUTT
Y-Teens; Choir; Pep Club; Tri-Hi-Y; Volleyball lntramurals.
249TERRY EDWARD CRANE Annual Salesman (4); Youth for Christ (4);
Track Team (1); Ass't Banker (1). Volleyball, Basketball, and Softball Intramurals (4).
ANDREW WILLIAM CROSS JAMES PRINCE DILLARD
Varsity Football (4); Lettered (4); Baseball (3); Lettered (3); Track (3); Lettered (3); S R. Presi- Honors from Western High: Track; Football.
dent ); Favorite(4); All-City (3); All-Metro (2); All-State(3); Honorable Mention. JEFFERSON J. DREW
BOBBY LETTE CROSS B-Team Football(2); Varsity (2); Freshman Basketball; Usher’s Club; Youth for Christ Club. Honors from Yellow Springs High School; Treasurer of Freshman Class; Intramural Basketball; Science Club; Honors from Ensley; Junior Achievement Representative.
UNDA SUSAN CROWE JEANNE DR1SK1LL
Volleyball and Basketball lntramurals; Lyric Club; Home Ec Club; Volleyball City Play-Offs; Softball lntramurals; Spring Concert. RICKY LEE CURL Promoters; Highstepper(3); Annual Citizenship Tour Representative; French Club; Math Club; Banker and Sec’t of S.R.; Softball, Volleyball, and Basketball lntramurals; Marshal; Cabinet; Math Lab Ass't.
Electron Club; Staff of 5 Plays; Perfect Attendance. CELIA JOY DUDLEY
CAROL DIANE DEFIBAUGH S.R. Veep, and Sec't; Prornotors; Senior Y-Teens; Marshal (2).
Y-Teen$(2); lntramurals (4); Art Club; Play Staff; Choir. BRUCE ROLAND DUNSTON
PATRICIA ARN DEPIANO Banker(2) S.R.; Promoters; Tri-Hi-Y; Y-Teens; Lyric Club; Choir (2); Youth for Christ; Ensemble; Cast and Staff Member of Plays; Band (1); Manager of Football.
Annual Salesman; R.O.T.C. Sponsor(2); Marshal (2); Marshal Captain(2). ROBERT WESLEY DUVALL
DAVID DENSON Freshman Chorus; B-Team Track; Yellow Red Cross Club; B-Team Football and Track(1); Latin Club; Ushers Club; Banker; Sec’t of S.R. ; Editor of Yellow Jacket; Language Lab Assistant.
Jacket Staff; Science Ass't; Cross Country Team; Choir (1); Pep Club; Oklahoma; Youth for Christ. BETTY JEAN EAST
NANCY JO D1L1BERTO Y-Teens (1); Tri-Hi-Y (2); Promoters(1); Choir (2); Pep Club (1).
250ERIC WILLIAM ERICKSON
Pres. Veep, of S.R.; Tennis Team; D.O. Club
(2) ; Pres. D.O. Club; Intramural Basketball and Volleyball.
JOE ALLEN ESTES
Pres, of S.R.; Veep, of Band; Lyric Club; Pep Club; Instrumentalists Club; Choir (3) ; Ensemble
(3) ; Quartet; Good Ole Ensley Boys; All State Chorus; Freshman Chorus; Cast and Staff of 3 Plays; Student Council; Annual Salesman.
JUDITH ANN EVANS
S.R. Banker (2); Y-Teens; Pres. Promoters Club; Pres. French Club; Marshal(2); National Honor Society; Band (1); Volleyball. Basketball, and Softball Intramurals.
B Team Football (2); Freshman Chorus; Choir (2); Lyric Club; D E. Club.
MARY DIANE FERGUSON
Softball, Volleyball, and Basketball Intramurals; Home Ec Club(2); Senior Y-Teens; Tri-Hi-Y (1); Miss Y-Teen Representative.
MARGARET KATHLEEN FINDLAY
Secretary of Student Body; Cabinet Member;
Miss Touchdown; R.O.T.C. Sponsor(l); Disc and Diamond Club; Student Council; Sec't of Student Council; Pres, and Veep, of S.R.; Softball. Volleyball, and Basketball lntramurals; Girl's Glee Club; Activities Editor and Editor of Jacket; Homecoming Court; Tri-Hi-Y (2); Treasurer Tri-Hi-Y; Y-Teens; Promoters;
Annual Salesman(1); Marshal(2); Miss Fire Prevention Candidate; Outstanding Junior, University of Alabama.
MARY LOUISE FLEMING
Highstepper; National Honor Society, Veep.; Choir (2); Glee Club; Freshman Chorus; S.R. Veep and Banker; Chaplain and Pres. French Club; Treas. Electron; Sec't Youth for Christ; Math Club; Chemistry Stock Room Ass't; Math Lab Ass't; Marshal; lntramurals.
BELINDA DEAN FLYNN
Y-Teens; Volleyball, Basketball, and Softball lntramurals; Sec't of D.O. Club; Girl's Vocal; Choir Shows.
JANET ELAINE FROSYTH
Future Nurses Club(4); Treas. (2); Veep. (1); Sec't of S.R.; Miss March of Dimes and Miss Touchdown Candidate; Volleyball, Softball, and Basketball lntramurals.
MARSHA LYNNE FORTNER
S.R- Pres.; Y-Teens(2); Volleyball and Basketball lntramurals; Highstepper (2); Freshman Chorus; Marshal.
EDWARD LEE FOSTER
EX IE MARIE FOWLER
Freshman Chorus; Lyric Club (3); Volleyball (4) and Basketball(2) lntramurals; Home Ec Club; Choir.
MADELINE JOYCE FOWLER
Volleyball (4) and Basketball (2) lntramurals; Y-Teens(4); Home Ec Club; Girl's Chorus(2).
KATHY DAY FRANKLIN
251Cheerleader; Bank Board of Directors; Tri-Hi-Y
(2) ; Promoters; French Club; Choir(2); Annual Salesman; S.R. Veep.; Bank Worker; Freshman Chorus; Pep Club; Miss Touchdown Candidate;
Y-Teens; S.R. Banker; Marshall; Intramurals.
SUE LYNN FREEMAN
French Club; Marshal; Volleyball and Basketball Intramurals; Y-Teens; S.R. Veep; Freshman Chorus.
AGNES MARIE FULLER
Freshman Chorus; Library Club (3); Library Letter; Red Cross (2); Future Nurses Club;
ROBERT EDWARD GARDNER
B-Team Football and Track; Varsity Football; Annual Salesman; Usher's Club; Thespians; Freedom Forum; Science Lab Ass't; Fall Play.
BRENDA KAY GARMON
Y-Teens; Tri-Hi-Y; Marshal; Volleyball and Softball Intramurals; S.R. Sec't; National Honor Society; Annual Salesman.
Freshman, B-Team, and Varsity (2), Basketball; Lettered (2); B-Team and Varsity Track (2); Lettered (2); B-Team and X-Country; Lettered
(3) ; Spanish Club; S.R. Veep.
HENRY JOSEPH GEORGE
Football ( 1); Basketball (1); Pres., Veep., and Sec't of S.R. Pres, of Student Council.
RODERICK EUGENE GEORGE
Football (4); Banker of S.R. (1); Student Council ( 1); S.R. Pres.
NANCY ELAINE GILBERT
Library Ass't; Pres, of Library Club; S.R. Sec't Latin Club; Home Ec Club; Basketball and Volleyball Intramurals; Tri-Hi-Y; Marshal; National Honor Society.
MARGARET GAYLE GILLAND
Y-Teens; Volleyball Intramurals; Tri-Hi-Y; Marshal (2).
MARY JANE GOLDEN
S.R. Banker (2); Girl's State Rep.; Freshman Chorus; Bank Teller; Youth for Christ (4);
Pres. Y-Teens; Veep, of S.R.; Glee Club; Cheerleader (2); Favorite(2); Miss Y-Teen; Bank Bd. of Dir.; Choir; Sec't Stu. Council; Homecoming Queen; Tri-Hi-Y (2); Promoters; Pep Club; Christmas Seal Princess.
JOYCE EVELYN GOODSON
Y-Teens; Future Teacher's Club; Promoters; Tri-Hi-Y; Youth for Christ.
NANCY CAROL GRAHAM
French and Lyric Club; Intramurals; Freshman Chorus; Thespians(3) Veep, and Sec’t; Cast and Staff of 3 Plays; Freedom Forum; High-stepper; Flag-Bearer.
REBECCA JANE GREEN
Tri-Hi-Y (2); Y-Teens (3); Marshal (3); Promoters; Volleyball, Softball, and Basketball Intramurals; Pep Club; Youth for Christ (2); Choir Show; Freshman Chorus.
JOY ELIZABETH GWILL1M
Freshman Chorus; Red Cross Club; Y-Teens; Home Ec Club; Intramurals.
252GARY FRANK HADDER S.R. Banker; B-Team Track(2); D.O. Club. MARION HAZEL HAGERTY Y-Teens (2); Tri-Hi-Y (2); Promoters; Latin Club; Marshal; Girl’s Vocal; Choir; Ensemble; Freshman Chorus; Pep Club; Youth for Christ; Cast of 2 Plays.
Sec'i of Electron Club; Math Club; National RHONDA ANNE HATLEY
Honor Society; German Club; Intramurals; Freedom Forum. Y-Teens; Tri-Hi-Y; Marshal.
KATHERINE OZELUA HAMBY JANET SUE HENDERDSON
Pres., Veep., and Banker of S.R. Veep. Y-Teens; Marshal; Marshal Captain; Tri-Hi-Y (2); Latin Club; Intramurals; Marshal; Promoters; Tri-Hi-Y; Fall Play Committee.
Promoters; Pep Club; Favorite (2); Intramurals; VICKIE LYNN HENDERSON
Choir; Cheerleader (2); Homecoming Court; Youth for Christ. Choir; Pep Club.
MARY CLAIRE HAMILTON JUDITH KAY HITCHCOCK
Marshal; Y-Teens; Home Ec Club; Bank Worker. Freshman Chorus; Latin Club; Y-Teens; Tri-Hi-Y; Promoters; Marshal; Youth Conference.
DAVID WAYNE HAND TRUZIE HITT
Pres. National Honor Society; Cabinet; Pres. Lyric Club(2); Treas. BankBd. of Dir.; Pres, of S.R.; NEDT Cert, of Merit; Latin and Pep Clubs; Lettered in Golf and Track; Ensemble; S.R. Veep, and Sec't; Tri-Hi-Y; Marshal(4); Miss Fire Prevention Candidate.
Latin Award; Good Ole Ensley Boys. GEORGE MEYER HOPPER
KENNETH LAMON HARBOR Veep, of Spanish Club; Pres, of Usher's Club; Science Dept. Ass't; S R Veep.
French. Usher’s, and Math Clubs; Sec't, Banker, and Pres, of S.R.; B-Team(2) and Varsity(2) BRENDA GAIL HOUSTON
Football; National Honor Society; NEDT Honorable Mention. SHERYL DENISE HARDY Tri-Hi-Y (2); Freshman Chorus; Y-Teens(2); Promoters; Marshal (2); Intramurals; Home Ec Club.
Honors from Parker: Red Cross and Library HELEN FAYE HUDSPETH
Clubs; Honors from Ensley; French Club(2); Tri-Hi-Y; Promoters; Intramurals. Marshal; Banker of S.R.; Y-Teens; Sec't of S.R.
CHARLINE VICTORIA HARRISON
BRENDA SUSAN HUFFFreshman Chorus; intramurals; Latin Club; Jr.
Y -Teens; Miss Touchdown Candidate (2); S.R. Pres. (2). Veep(l); Cheerleader (2); Promoters; Pres. Tri-Hi-Y; Marshal.
JOHN DAVID HYDE
B-Team Football; Treas. of D.E. Club.
Electron Club; Stage Crew.
EDDY LEE INGRAM
German Club; Disc and Diamond Club; Rifle Team.
JAMES SANDERS ISBELL
B-Team(l) and Varsity(3) Football; Science Dept. Ass't(3); Pres., Veep., and Ass’t Banker of S.R.; Usher’s Club(3); Freshman Chorus.
ELMA JEAN JINKS
G.A .A.; Gym Letter; Red Cross Club; lntra-murals; Library Ass’t; Library Club; Bank Worker; Marshal; Girl’s Track.
B-Team Football; B-Team Basketball; Varsity Football (3); Lettered; Track(2)
JAMES RANDALL JOHNSON
Cross Country Track; Choir.
DANIEL HUGH JOHNSTON
Honors from Glenn: Basketball.
RONALD L. JONES
D.E.; Honors from Western: Boys Vocal; Varsity Football. Basketball. Volleyball; Choir; Track Team; Student Gov.; Debate Team.
JANICE SUSAN JONES
Y-Teens (4); Promoters; Tri-Hi-Y; Sec’t of S.R. (2); Veep, of S.R.; Pep Club; Intramurals; Freshman Chorus; Marshal; Youth for Christ.
MARVIN KEITH JONES
B-Team(2) and Varsity(2) Football; Lettered; Track; Sec't of S.R.
VAN THOMAS JUNK1NS
Freshman Basketball ( 1); B-Tearn Basketball (1); B-Team Football(1); Varsity Football(3); Lettered (3); Favorite (1); Pres. S.R. (1); Veep. S.R. (1).
MICHAEL CARL KALLA HER
Freshman Basketball; B-Team Basketball; B-Team (1) and Varsity Football (3); Baseball (4); Spanish Club; Banker of S.R.
MICHAEL TROY K1MBRELL
B-Team Football (1); B-Team Basketball (1); B-Team Track( 1); Varsity Football (4); Uttered
(3) ; Captain (1); A11-City (2); A11-Metro(2);
A11-State (1); Most Valuable Back (2); Varsity Baseball (4); Lettered (4); All City (2); East-West Game(2); Varsity Track(1); S. R Veep.; Student Council(1); Cabinet (1); Class Favorite
(4) ; Mr. Jacket.
KATHY ANN KIRKPATRICK
Y-Teens; Marshal (3); Intramurals; Spanish Club(2); Sec’t Tri-Hi-Y; Youth for Christ.
254CELIA ANN KNAFFL
Red Cross Club; Y-Teens; Spanish Club; Art Club (2); Bank Worker; Intramural .
CHARLOTTE ANN LAGMAN
Latin Club(l); Electron Club; Best Freshman Award; Thespians; Veep and Pres.; DAR Good Citizenship Girl; Staff of 5 Plays. Cast of 4 Plays; National Honor Society.
MIKE F. LAVETT Electron Club; Science Dept. Ass't(3).
DEBORAH CYNTHIA LAWRENCE
Intramurals; Y-Teens; Lyric Club; Freshman Chorus; Choir Concerts; Home Ec Club; Intramural Scorekeeper.
DAVID ALLEN LEWIS
Football (1); Track (4); Ass't Banker.
JERRY LYNN LOGAN
Y-Teens (2); Tri-Hi-Y; Marshal.
REBECCA LYNN LOWERY
Pres., Veep., and Sec't of S.R.; Miss Touchdown Candidate; Highstepper(2); Promoters; Tri-Hi-Y; Intramurals; Miss Fire Prevention Candidate.
ELLEN LOUISE MAHONEY
Honors from John Carroll: CSMC Volleyball.
RICHARD PAUL MARKS
DIANE LOUISE MARTIN
Y-Teens(2); Tri-Hi-Y (2); S.R. Pres. (2); Y-Teen Chaplain; Freshman Chorus; Marshal (2); Volleyball and Basketball Intramurals; Student Council.
REBECCA ANN MARTIN
Latin Club (3) ; Y-Teens. Veep.; Choir (2); Ensemble(2); Promoters; Thespians; National Honor Society. Treas.; Jacket Staff; S.R.
Banker; Annual Salesman; Bank Bd. of Dir.; Marshal Captain; Tri-Hi-Y; Cast of 2 Plays.
WALTER RUSSELL MARTIN. JR.
Spanish Club; B-Team Football; Varsity Football.
Y-Teens(2); Intramurals; Tri-Hi-Y; Red Cross Club; Pres, and Banker of S R.; Choir; Freshman Chorus.
ROBERT HOWARD MCDONALD
Freshman Chorus; French Club; Pres, and Sec't of S.R.; Chemistry Lab Ass't.
MARY JAN McCOY
Intramurals; Red Cross Rep.; Y-Teens; Tri-Hi-Y; Art Club; Freshman Chorus; Yellow Jacket Staff.
MARJORIE CHRISTINE McCRARY
Intramurals; Gym Club; Freshman Chorus; Marshal (3); Annual Salesman (1); Red Cross Rep. (1).
MARTHA LYNN McKINNEY
255Y-Teens; Intramurals; Honors from Parkway Jr. High; Freshman Cheerleader; Swimming Team.
BONNIE KAY MORRIS
Freshman Chorus; Y-Teens'(2); Tri-Hi-Y (2); Promoters; Marshal; Bank Worker; Intramurals; Track Team.
SHARON MARIE MORRISON
Math. French, and Future Teachers;Clubs; Marshal; Youth Leadership Conference; Sec't of S.R.; Annual Salesman; Freshman Chorus.
KENNETH JAMES MORY
Marshal; Science Ass't; Pres, of Spanish Club; Tennis Team; Electron Club; Ass't Banker; NEDT Certificate of Merit.
ALAN SMITH MOSELEY
Band (4); Bank Teller; Science Lab Ass’t.
KATHERINE ELISE MOSS
Pres., Chap. Y-Teens; Pres., Veep. Red Cross; Staff of 7 Plays; Cast of 3 Plays; Layout Editor and Ass't Editor of Jacket; County Red Cross Council; Freshman Chorus; Sec’t S.R.; Annual Salesman(3); Intramurals; Marshal; NEDT Certificate of Merit; NMSQT Semi-Finalists; National Honor Society; Pep Club; Student Council; Cabinet; Timekeeper for Debate Team; Oratorical Contest.
Honors from Western: French Club; Honors from Ensley: Spanish Club; Track and Volleyball.
ANITA CAROL MYERS
Y-Teens; Youth for Christ; Latin Club(2); Library Ass't; Intramurals; Home Ec Club; Pep Club; S.R. Banker; Home Ec Club; Math Club; Fashion Show; Freshman Chorus; Chaplain S.R.
BARBARA ANN MYERS
Y-Teens; Art Club; Intramurals; Foods Award; Play Cast.
JANICE LYNNE NEWMAN
Library Club; Library Ass’t; Y-Teens; Tri-Hi-Y; Marshal.
ALLAN W. NORRIS
B-Team Football; Latin Club (2); Math Club (2); Chemistry Stock Room Ass’t; Football Manager; National Honor society.
DEBORAH ANN O'BERRY
Y-Teens; G.A .A .; Future Teachers' Club; Promoters; lntramurals; Cast of 1 Play; Freshman Chorus; Youth for Christ; Annual Salesman; Library Club; Library Ass’t.
B-Team Football (I); German Club; Varsity Football (2); Varsity Basketball (1); S. R. Pres. (2); Student Council; Youth for Christ.
DAVID ALLAN OTTS
Drill Team; Disc and Diamond Club; German Club; Cast of Fall Play.
PATRICIA ANN MURPHY
NELDA JANE PARKERY-Teens; S.R. Veep.; S.R. Sec’t; Tri-Hi-Y; Youth for Christ.
PATSY MARVENE PARRISH
Marshal; Marshal Captain.
DONNA KAREN PATE
Promoters; Band (4); Treas. French Club; Home Ec Club; Instrumentalists(3); S.R. Veep, and Banker; Intramurals; Miss Touchdown Candidate; Marshal.
DOROTHY CATHERINE PATERSON
Pres. (1) and Sec't(1) S.R.; G.A.A.; lntra-murals; Veep, and Treas. French Club; Y-Teens; Marshal; Head (I) Cheerleader (2); Tri-Hi-Y; Promoters; Student Council; Homecoming Court; Annual Salesman; Yellow Jacket Staff; The Jacket Staff; Freshman Chorus; Pep Club; Language Lab Ass’t; Favorite.
BARBARA A. PATERSON
DAVID MICHAEL PATTERSON
B-Team Football; Favorite (1); Freshman Chorus; S.R. Banker; S.R. Veep.; Varsity Football; Thespians; Lettered Football; Usher’s Club; Chemistry Stockroom.
ROBERT ALAN PATTERSON
B-Team and Varsity Football; Lettered (2); Usher’s Club; Pres., Veep., Banker, and Ass’t Banker of S.R.; Freshman Chorus.
Freshman Basketball; Varsity Baseball(3);
Latin Club; S.R. Banker; Usher's Club;
National Honor Society.
SANDRA FAY PERKINS
Veep. Library Club; Library Ass’t; Gym Club; Gym Ass't; Marshal; Annual Salesman; Banker; Intramurals; Freshman Chorus.
GLENDA MARIE PHILLIPS
Y-Teens; Marshal; Future Nurses Club; Stagg of Fall Play; Youth for Christ.
NICKY PISS A NOS
B-Team Football; Varsity Football.
JAMES PRESTON POE
Football (4); Banker of S.R. (2); Red Cross Club; Track.
NANCY LYNN PR1CKETT Marshal; Y-Teens; Tri-Hi-Y.
FRANK STEPHEN PRIOLA Band (4); Cast of o Plays; Treas. of Thespians.
Intramurals; Marshal(2); Drill Team; Promoters; Freshman Chorus.
EARL RATLIFF Varsity Football.
JAMES MICHAEL RAUCH
National Honor Society; Captain of Rifle Team; Veep. German Club; Veep. Math Club; Pres. Disc and Diamond; NEDT Certificate of Merit; Battalion Commander of R.O.T.C.
257DONNA JOY RAY
MARY ANN RUSSO
Veep Y-Teens; Pres. Latin Club; Tri-Hi-Y; Promoters; Highstepper (3); Volleyball, Basketball, Track, and Softball Intramurals; Miss Touchdown Candidate; Homecoming Court;
Pres. (2) and Sec’t (2) S.R.;Annual Salesman; Choir.
ROBERT EARL RED US. JR.
Sec't of S.R.; B-Team Football and Track; Varsity Football (2).
STEPHEN CARL RHODES
Choir. Lyric Club.
DON WAYNE RICKARD
B-Team Football; B-Team Track; Varsity Football; Varsity Track.
ROBERT NELSON RIDDLE
Freshman Chorus; B-Team Football; Track; Quartet; S.R. Banker; Choir(3); Ensemble(2); Staff of 3 Plays; S.R. Pres.; Student Council; Latin Club; Usher's Club; Thespians; Pep Club; Lyric Club; Youth for Christ.
JOHN STANLEY RITTER
S.R. Pres.; B-Team Football, Basketball and Track; Varsity Track; Lettered.
DEBORAH LYNN ROR1E
Best Freshman Award; Favorite(2); Treas. French Club; Lyric Club(l); Cheerleader(1); Intramurals; Highstepper (1); Choir (1); Marshal (1); Tri-Hl-Y (2); Promoters (1); Veep, of S.R.; Homecoming Court, 1st Alternate; Miss Touchdown; East-West Queen.
Transfer from John Carroll: Honors from Ensley: Y-Teens (1); Basketball and Volleyball Intra-murals; S.R. Veep. (1).
DONNA FAYE SALTER
Y-Teens (1); Tri-Hi-Y (1); Pep Club(1); Spanish Club (2); Intramurals; Marshal; Freshman Chorus.
Annual Salesman; Y-Teens; Freshman Chorus; Lyric Club; Intramurals; S.R. Banker; Highstepper; Sec’t S.R.; Red Cross Rep.; Flag Bearer; Choir; Ensemble; Promoters; Cast of 1 Play.
CECELIA MARIE SCHILLACI
Intramurals(3); Freshman Chorus; Tri-Hi-Y (2); Staff of 1 Play; Annual Salesman; S.R. Sec’t.
EVA FRANCES SHEPPARD
Intramurals; Band (3); Freshman Chorus; Lyric Club; Library Ass't; Library Club; D. E- Club.
EUGENE R. SHEPPARD III
R O.T C.; Disc and Diamond Club; R.O.T.C Officer.
ANITA JOYCE SKINNER
Freshman Chorus; Band; Y-Teens; S.R. Sec’t.
RUTH ANN SMART
Freshman Chorus; Y-Teens(2); Latin Club(3); Veep(l); Choir; Marshal; Annual Staff; National Honor Society; Basketball, Softball, and Volleyball Intramurals; Tri-Hi-Y; Promoters; Marshal Captain; NEDT Award of Merit.
258DOUGLAS JOHN SPRINGFIELD
Freshman Basketball; B-Team Football; Varsity Baseball (3); Pres. S.R.; Latin Club, Pres.; Bank Teller.
JEAN MARIE STALLINGS
Home Ec Club; lnuamurals.
KATHRYN ANN STEWART
Freshman Chorus; Y-Teens; Home Ec Club; Marshal; S.R. Veep.
LINDA GAYLE STEWART
Youth for Christ; Home Ec Club.
DANIEL ROSS STIDHAM
Basketball; Basketball Manager; D.E. Club; Veep, of S.R.
WILLIAM STEVEN STOREY
B-Team Football; B-Team Track(2); Varsity Football (3); Varsity Track(2); S.R. Pres. Class Favorite (2).
PAULA SUSAN STREVEL
Y-Teen$(2); Tri-Hi-Y (2); Promoters; Latin Ass't (3).
NANCY ELIZABETH TAYLOR
Lyric Club; Latin Club(2); Tri-Hi-Y (2); Homecoming Court; Softball. Basketball, and Volleyball Intramurals; Sec't of S.R.; Annual Salesman (2) ; Vice-President of Student Body; Marshal; Student Council; Cabinet Freshman Chorus; Choir; Jacket Staff.
PATRICIA LEIGH THOMAS
S.R. Veep.; Y-Teens 2); Tri-Hi-Y (2); Pro-
moters; Marshal (3); Red Cross Rep.
RONNIE HOWELL THORN
MARY DALE TIDWELL
Freshman Chorus; Pep Club; Y-Teens (2);
Latin Club; S.R. Sec't; Tri-Hi-Y; Promoters; Marshal(3); Freedom Forum; Jacket Staff; Annual Salesman; Fall Play Cast.
DIANE LEE TILLERY
Y-Teens; Tri-Hi-Y; Marshal; S.R. Banker;
S.R. Veep.; Miss Fire Prevention Candidate.
MADELYN SUE T1NNEY
Pres. (I) and Banker (3) of S.R.; Class Favorite (3); Miss Jacket; French Club(2), Veep. (1); Tri-Hi-Y (2); Pep Club(l); Homecoming Court; Miss Fire Prevention Candidate; Cheerleader (2).
BRENDA JOYCE TODD
Honors from Western High: Red Cross Club(2); Music Club(2); Honors from Ensley: D.E. Club.
BENJAMIN JOSEPH TRONCALLI
JEFF DAVE TUCKER
Basketball (2); Football (2); Track (1)
KATHERINE ANN VINES
Y-Teens; Intramurals; Future Teacher’s Club;
Red Cross Club.
LAURIE GAY WAINE Y-Teens; Choir; Marshal.
259R.O.T.C. Rifle Team(2); Usher’s Club.
PATRICIA D1AN WALKER
Future Nurses Club; Y-Teens; Marshal.
DEBORAH LEIGH WALLS
Cheerleader and Pep Club at Plentywood High School; Honors from Ensley: Basketball, Track, Softball, and Volleyball Intramurals; Tri-Hi-Y (2); D.E. Club.
WENDY WARE Art Club; Home Ec Club.
RICKY WAYNE WARNICK D.E. Club; Cross Country.
ANNETTE ELIZABETH WASHINGTON Intramurals; Spanish Club; Red Cross Club.
KENNETH LYNN WATERS
Banker and Ass't Banker; Scc’t of S.R. (1); Golf Team (1).
DAVID OLIVER WATSON
Veep. S.R.; B-Team Football; Veep. Usher’s Club.
TIMOTHY ERIC WATTS
B-Team Football(2); Varsity Football(2); Lettered; Clinic Game; B-Team and Varsity Basketball; Pres, and Veep, of Electron Club; S.R. Pres.; National Honor Society.
MARY HANNA WEAVER
Y-Teens; Tri-Hi-Y; Pres, of S.R.; Promoters; Bank Bd. of Dir. Pres.; Student Body Officer; Choir; R.O.T.C. Sponsor.
MARVIN LEON WEST
JAMES DANIEL WHITE
Drill Team; Disc and Diamond Club; R.O.T.C. Officer.
260MARY LYNNE WHITE Electron Club; Math Lab Ass't; Choir (2); Golf
Larin Club (2); Band (4); Sec't and Treas. of Team (2); Freshman Chorus; Pep Club.
Instrumentalists Club(3); All-City Band; Spring Play. HOWARD CLARENCE WRIGHT
DENNIS KEITH WHITEHEAD Football; Band.
B-Tearn Football and Basketball; Varsity Football ); Treas. of Math Club; Pres. S.R.; MARTHA ELLA YEAGER
Cabinet Member; Favorite. RICHARD LEE WHITFIELD Tennis Team (1); Band (3); Drum Major (1); Freshman Chorus; Choir (1); Miss Fire Prevention; Pres. Y-Teens; Y-Teens(4); Promoters; Intramurals; Homecoming Court; Science Office Ass't; Favorite.
Instrumentalists Club (3); Thespians (3); Staff of 1 Play; Cast of 1 Play; Yellow Jacket Staff. PEGGY MARIE YEAGER
JAMES AARON WHITT S.R. Banker; Y-Teens; Fashion Show; Intra-murals.
Cross Country Track. ROBERT MILES YEAGER
SHELIA GAY WILLIAMS Band (4); Majorette(2); Sec't of S.R.; Miss Touchdown Candidate. B-Team Football; Latin Club; Usher's Club; Best Freshman Award; Chemistry Lab Ass't; NEDT Honorable Mention: Pep Club; Intra-murals; S.R- Veep, and Banker.
RYLAND DUKE WOODSON DIANNE MARIE ZANTHOS
R.O.T.C. Rifle Team; B-Tearn Football; S.R. Veep. Treas. French Club; Math Club; Veep. Y-Teens; Art Club; Freshman Chorus; Sec’t of S.R.; Intramurals.
We would like to thank the following for their assistance in the preparation of the 1969 JACKET:
Waldrup Studios Ensley Community Center
Bill Hand Mr. Ballew Five-Points Fire Station Bobby CrossBest Wishes and Good Luck to
the 1968 Graduating Class F rom
a Former Ensiey Student
CHARLES O. FINLEY
Owner Kansas City Athletics
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JOHN M. FOX CO.
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2109 Avenue D. Ensley Birmingham, Alabama
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FIVE POINTS WEST HEARING CENTER
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418 19th St. Ensley The Service Store 1224 Graymont Ave. W. 785-2158
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