Etowah High School - Etowahian Yearbook (Attalla, AL)

 - Class of 1969

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" Whereas we set our hopes and sights for the stars . . . We have now virtually reached a galaxy of realizations . . . we are Seniors now and we are fulfilling one of 1ife's greatest achievements . . . We are graduating . ., . We are now approaching a remarkable in- terim which is the great gulf separating our aspirations and our accomplishments . . . Through the last twelve years we have span- ned these waters time and again . . . We have sought our stars . . . At times we have found them . . . At other times we were not so fortunate . . . We have often dared to run where the brave would not go . . . Unconscious of that which lay ahead, but facing the inevitable with a great deal of acceptance, because We know that life holds many surprises for us all . . . We must nowis loose the bonds that have always held us and re- place them with ,the independence and stamina that are necessary to gain success Q i . . By faith in ourselves and in God we shall be successful . . Thereby taking another step toward the UN- REACHABLE STAR! Audrey Brooks AID T- I TRODUCING... Mr. Joe York came to Etowah this year bringing with him a new "rotating schedule", club meetings every Tuesday, and an assembly each Friday.This system proved to be a welcome relief for the students, since classes met only four days a week, and each day was different than the one before. Mr. York received his B.S. degree from Jackson- ville University, M.S. degree from Auburn University, and A.A. degree from the University of Alabama. Mr. York served two and a half years with the U.S. Army in New Guinea, Australia. He then became principal of Alexander City Elementary School for two years, Talladega County High School in Lincoln, Alabama for nine years, Greene County High School in Eutaw, Alabama for six years, Glencoe High School for five years, and then here at Etowah High School for an exceedingly long length of time, we hope. As principal of Etowah, Mr. York has had his headaches with the many projects and programs on which each club has worked diligently, but he has always shown excellent patience and abounding good humor. Under his guidance Etowah was able to buy a most coveted royal blue velvet curtain, and the gym received a beautiful paint job. Mr. York is certainly a most respected principal and disciplinarian. The students at Etowah High School realize how fortunate they are to have such a person guiding them. FFI CE STAFF PRO VES EFFI CIE CY Elaine Brooks Amelia Cartrett Ruth Paulding Pauline York "Young lady, this is your third pass in two days!" Mr. Ray Campbell has been a great addition to the administration of Etowah High School. As assistant principal he has many duties, a few of which are ad- mitting late students, signing absentee slips, checking out students, applying punishment, and many others that are too numerous to mention. Since coming to Etowah, he has worked very closely with and has gained the respect of both the students and the teachers. He has helped revitalize a wrestling team which Etowah has been without for many years. From these few facts it can be seen that Mr. Campbell has become a great asset to the school in more Ways than one. There are many duties to be carried out in the office of a school and Etowah is very fortunate to have a competent and capable staff to attend to these duties. Mrs. Pauline York is the school secretary and has a tedious job of keeping the record books and many more important responsibilities. Mrs. Elaine Brooks and Mrs. Ruth Paulding play essential roles in the office. Their duties range from helping the teachers in various ways to substituting when the teachers are absent. Mrs. Millie Cartrett advises the sophomores and juniors as to their curriculum and the seniors as to a vocation. All of these staff members are necessary for the smooth operation of Etowah High School. FACULTY IMBUES WITH KNUWLEDGE Marie Bailey i Lloyd Borden Jane Brittain Barbara Brown Donna Campbell Virginia Cash Molly Cheatwood Helen Childers Tom Cole Sara Daniel Jean Dobbs Linda Fields 'K Another mistake! Just wait until I get you home, Mike!" "The word is get, not git." TEACHERS WATCH 0 PROUDLYA WIP -if 1 - P f Ji Phillip Fields James C. Glover Mary Hester Hazel Hicks Della Hill Carol Hubbard Wendell Hubbard Ann Huffstutler Sue Kelley Judi Lamberth Philomena Lasset Dale McClendon Thomas Moore Don Oliver Patricia Owens James Parrish Donald Payne Irene Phillips J.W. Raley Bonnie Roberts el' '35 E UB T SENIOR GRADUATE... I 1 Mary Ann Roberts Betty Roberson Anna Wayne Saffels Ann Spurlock Mary Steffe Dorothy Woodward A f ?'?' i12 " - QX..:::s?.g1a:.fv if -- . - - 3 gs-Q ., 2.2511 ,ww y l d 5 is ' X - . . J K. 1- rf f f., rw" . 5 ' : - X of S 5 i rf ATL f 5 . . Q. Ek - K ' ' Q SQ - g Z: as eoo- rroo 1 ' 1 ' . Q -. 5 1 ffl . 15 .5 . sf 5 7 Q, I -il if F - K J. 5 M .eww -M.. kkrk V Nw 'xwxrx-NNN ,Wm Ag Armed. ,... . -- "Sc00bie-Doobie-D00,,," "Don't you people know you're a fire hazard?" LUNCHROOM A D MAINTENANCE STAFF Seated-Annie Mae Thomas, Frances Boggs, Ann McCartney. Standing-Adella Graham, Vada Graham, Bessie McGhee. Not Pictured-Daisy Graham, Beatrice James. After Mr. Elbert Pearce's retirement Mr. C.S. Glad- den and his assistants have taken over the endless task of maintaining school cleanliness, of keeping the playing fields mowed, and of keeping the plumbing in order. We very easily take these things for granted, but Without Mr. Gladden's undercover work we could hardly have a well functioning school. To be capable of producing 800 lunches a day requires extensive planning and much hard Work. Our lunchroom staff possesses all these requirements and more. They are talented that they can put out nutricious well balanced meals every school day of the year. We are fortunate in having such a well trained ancillary personnel. The students and faculty salute these people for their dedication to our school. Edward Thaxton, John Davis, C.S. Gladden, Israel Williams, Roosevelt Potter, Janice Jemison-Not Pictured-Jimmy For- tenbury, Sammy Womack FACULTY DIRECTORY MARIE BAILEY-English-B.S., Jacksonville Uni- versity LLOYD BORDEN-Vocational Agriculture-B.S., Au- burn University, F.F.A. Co-Sponsor JANE BRITTAIN-Spanish, French-B.S., A.B., Jack- sonville University, Certificate from Sorbonne Univer- sity, Spanish Club Sponsor ELAINE BROOKS-Office-Alverson Business Col- lege, Sponsors Kids BARBARA BROWN-Business Office Education- B.S., Snead Jr. College, Jacksonville University DONNA CAMPBELL-Typing, Business Math, Busi- ness English-B.S., Jacksonville University, M.A., University of Alabama, F.B.L.A. Sponsor RAY CAMPBELL-Assistant Principal-B.S., M.S., Jacksonville University, Key Club, Wrestling Team Sponsor AMELIA CARTRETT-Guidance Counselor-B.S., University of Tennesse, M.A., Memphis State Univer- sity VIRGINIA CASH-Vocational Home Economics, Home and Family-B.S., Jacksonville University, F.H.A. Co-Sponsor MOLLY CHEATWOOD - Business Law, Business Math, Record Keeping-B.S., Troy State, M.A., Uni- versity of Alabama HELEN CHILDERS-Art, Speech and Drama-B.S., Jacksonville University, Huntingdon College, Cheer- leader Co-Sponsor TOM COLE-Band, Choral, Music Appreciation- B.M., Music Education, Samford University SARA DANIEL-English, French-B.A., University of Alabama, M.E., Auburn University, French Club Spon- sor JEAN DOBBS-English, Reading-B.S., B.A., Jackson- ville University, M.A., University of Alabama LINDA FIELDS-Biology and Psychology-B.S., Jack- sonville University PHILLIP FIELDS-Trade and Industrial Education- B.S., Auburn University, V.I.C.A. Sponsor JAMES GLOVER-Physical Education-B.S., Delta State College, E Club Co-Sponsor, Head Coach, Athletic Director MARY HESTER Typing-B.S., Jacksonville Univer- sity, Student Council Sponsor HAZEL HICKS-Democracy, Economics-B.S., Jack- sonville University DELLA HILL-Physical Education, Economics- B.S., Jacksonville University, P.E. Club Sponsor CAROL HUBBARD-Physical Education-B.S., Jack- sonville University, Y.C.C.A. Sponsor WENDELL HUBBARD-Physical Education, World History-B.S., Jacksonville University, E Club Co- Sponsor ANN HUFFSTUTLER-American History, World History-B.A., Jacksonville University, F.T.A. Co- Sponsor SUE KELLEY-English, Journalism-B.S., University of Alabama, Etowahian and Mephistovox Sponsor JUDI LAMBERTH-Preparation Office Occupations- B.S., Jacksonville University, Cheerleader Co-Sponsor PHILOMENA LASSTER- Chemistry, Physics-B.A., Hunter College, Science Club Sponsor DALE MCCLENDON-Physical Education-B.S., Jack- sonville University, F.T.A. Sponsor THOMAS MOORE-Physical Education, Earth Sci- ence-B.S., Jacksonville University, Hi-Y Sponsor DON OLIVER-Algebra II, Algebra III-B.S., Jackson ville University, Math Club Sponsor PATTY M. OWENS-Occupational Home Economics -B.S., Jacksonville University, A.A., Lee College, F.H.A. Co-Sponsor JAMES PARRISH-Vocational Agriculture-B.S., Au- burn University, F.F.A. Co-Sponsor RUTH PAULDING- Teacher's Aid-Music, Voice, Talladega College DONALD PAYEN-Physiology, Group Guidance- B.S., M.ed., Mississippi Delta State College, Indian- ology Sponsor IRENE PHILLIPS-English-B.S., Jacksonville Uni- versity J.W. RALEY-Vocational Education, Distributive Education, B. S., M. S., Jacksonville University, D.E.C.A. Sponsor BETTY ROBERSON-English, Bookkeeping, Business Math, Typing-B.S., Jacksonville University BONNIE ROBERTS-World History-B.S., Jackson- ville University, F.T.A. Co-Sponsor MARY ANN ROBERTS-Librarian-B.S., Jackson- ville University, Library Club Sponsor, Audio Visual Club Sponsor ANNA WAYNE SAFFELS-Algebra I, Geometry- B.S., Jacksonville University, Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor ANN SPURLOCK-American History-A.B., Samford University, M.A., George Peabody College, Beta Club Sponsor MARY STEFFE-English-B.S., College of St. Rose DOROTHY WOODWARD-Cooperative Business and Office-B.S., Jacksonville University, F.B.L.A. Co- Sponsor JOE YORK-Principal-B.S., Jacksonville University, M.S., Auburn University, A.A., University of Ala- bama PAULINE YORK-Office Secretary-Cullman County High School 25 K, . M, ww - f-- ,- .1:+-- f ' ..,,.. .1-x-wif:-'T-'.-, .L .,.. Af, r .J - ' 3- . .. ....: Yffi M ' In W - K . 114543,-'v',f +i22 W"' 5?f f:s.?Eaff25525gs535rg?w?fe'zfx:giig?ff::aQ7f,.w5gQ1Qf4-:.v ,isfiq A P' -.wpsgf-, ' K .-fa q 'f I 95':Z?'fH " 9272, 4 -ff'6i:1,-vwf-s.i'f7kiz:y, , :h . .. :- '. 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W- f- M, Treasurer-Karen Kinsey Secretary-Janet Stone Vice-President-Bobby Guthrie President-Greg Cash OPH OM ORE CLA SS Danny Abercrombie Richard Adams Donna Allen Joe Allen Bruce Bailey Beth Bain Donald Baker Tim Bartos Deborah Battles Jo Ann Battles Randy Battles Judy Beck Paul Bell Cecelia Benefield Marsha Blackwood Walon Blakeley Janice Bradberry Harold Brady Craig Brasseale Regina Bright Mike Brigmon Dorothy Broadhead Auburn Brooks Kenny Brothers THE OPHOMORE YELL RINGS OUT Charlotte Brown Denise Brown Benny Bryant Mike Bryant Dan Bryson David Bunch Jean Burgess Roy Burke Virginia Burns Marie Butler Michael Bynum Cheryl Campbell June Campbell Wallace Campbell Greg Cash Janet Causey Jackie Chappel Daniel Chastine Deborah Chastine Mary Cheaves Blane Clayton Theresa Clements Bobby Cline Billy Cofield Genice Cole Janice Cole Jerry Collier Catherine Collins Dennis Conley Byron Conner Deborah Conner Michael Cook Judy Corder Connie Cornutt Wayne Couch Robbie Crumpler Janice Cushing Winfred Noble Cylar Allen Daugherty Johnny Davis Andy Dennis Theresa Denson ' : gr 'it' f K 1 , X V ft TW' E7 R W M ' - 'f'ffzx?f5l ff - 1 5 m V322 24 if mf'-HM' H QW P1 1. 55.2. ' , PM .3 gwrlf - f gwfyffg fr .9 if '-mf 1 THEY SETTLE DOW TO ORMALCY Joel Dobbins Arthur Dorsett Donnie Douglas Billy Drake Lynn Driskell Wanda Duckett Robert Duke George Duncan Eddy Edmonson Martha Edwards Lynn Ellison Phillip Evans Larry Ewing Carol Fortenberry Phyllis Fortenberry Judy Foster Shelby Fowler Kenneth Fox Doyle Frasier Calvin Freeman Laverne Freeman Tim Galloway Charlie Gamble Dale Gargus Sandra Garmany Gloria Garrison Mary Giddens Judy Gidley Janelle Gladden Wilburn Goble Dorisse Gowens Barbara Goza Rickey Grady Judy Graves Willard Groover Nanette Gunter Bobby Guthrie David Hall Billie Hannah Jerry Harrelson David Hayes Gwen Henderson AFT R SCHEDULE ARE DI TRIBUTED Joyce Hicks David Hill Steve Hill Becky Holman Becky Hood Linda Hopper Peggy Hopper Stanley Hopper Phillip Horton Wilbert Howard Thomas Howell Phyllis Howington Connie Hubbard Tommy Hunt Alice Jaco Mike Jacobs Sandra Jackson LeDon Johnson Jerry Jones Richard Jones Ruth Jones Sam Kelley Janice Kilgore Randy Kimbril 'Us J L if f V+ it it I iff ' if Arima me """"'a V Q W as .ir E LE ma.. Homecoming Queen, Pam Talbot, poses with Sophomore Court. Can- didates are Yvonne Walker, Annette Mehurg, Barbara Goza, Regina Bright, Judy Gidley, Janice Kil- gore, Debbie Chastine, Janet Stone, and Ann Nelms. 31 CONFUSIO A D CHAOS MARK A little learning is a dangerous thing." Fairy is as Fairy does. l x Judy King Rocky King Karen Kinsey Wayne Lamkin William Lasseter Teresa LeCroy Linda Ledbetter Larry Lee Rita Lemons Patricia Likens Jeff Logan Mitchell Logan Jeanette Lybrand Tricia Lybrand Tricy Lybrand Eva Malcom Robert Malone Joan Mashburn Kathy Mashburn Curtis Macon Jo Ann Massey Mike McClendon Aaron McElroy Linda Means BEGINNING FOR CLASS 1971 Kenneth Meeks Harold Mehurg Annette Mehurg Kathy Milam Sharon Minyard Lessie Mitchell Danny Moon Nancy Moore Joyclyn Morris Linda Morris Ann Nelms Wanda New Kay Nix Billy Noble Romanza Noles Ricky O'Neal Conley O'Rear Nan Osborn Julia Overstreet Susan Overstreet Gary Owens Glen Owens Sherry Ann Page Tommy Pardue Linda Parr David Patton Janette Payton Carolyn Pence Charles Perry Ronald Perry Mike Peterson Reda Portwood Freddy Quarles Donnie Ramey Ruby Redden Talma Redden Richard Reynolds Rita Roach Patricia Roberson Debbie Roberts Donna Roberts Charles Rossen FRIENDSHIP BLOUMS AS SOPHO OR Walter Rowan Joseph Rowser Mike Saffles Lucille Satterfield Betty Scott Janie Sheppard Nancy Sheppard Jimmy Sitz Ann Smith David Smith David Smith Denise Smith Jackie Smith Nathan Smith Ollie Smith Jane Sprouse Gloria Stanfield Judy Stephens Malon Stephens Vernon Stephenso Gail Stone Janet Stone Rodney Street Donna Tarvin Il EGIN TO G T ACQUAINTED... Wayne Thaxton Charlene Thompson Pam Thompson Donald Thrasher Marie Thrasher David Tidwell Ronald Tilley Alyce Tomasello Wayne Townsel Steve Turner Avryn Vaughn Henry Vaughn Hughie Vaughn Kathy Vaughn Aspasia Vezertzis Ramon Vickers Ronald Vickery Eddie Wade Danny Waldrop Evonne Walker Linda Walker Sharon Walker Basil Walls Connie Walters Jackie Walton Debra Ward Rose Waters Wayne Watson Diane Westcott Eddie Whisenant David White Gerald White Peggy White Martha Whitt Richard Whitt Frances Willett Bennie Williams Benny Williams Donnie Williams Jonny Williams Charles Williamson Dennis Willis y, ,W 1 42 Eye A X, 9-ww President-Stanley Sauls Secretary-Jackie Adams Treasurer-Melinda Sauls Vice President-Terry Hulsey JUNIOR CLASS Larry Adair Jackie Adams James Adams Paula Adams Wanda Adams Teresa Adcock Sandy Alexander Sheila Allred Ricky Alred Peggy Ashley Geraldine Barrax Janie Battles Violet Baty Judy Beard Larry Beavers Ricky Bellew John Benavides Kathy Black Ronnie Blackwell Eddie Blackwood Bobby Blevins Mary Ann Blount Karen Bobo Jerry Bodine THEY WE COME THE SOPHO ORES Mike Bowman Gloria Bradberry Ann Bradley Ricky Bradley Ken Brasher Mike Bryant Linda Buchanan Stella Burger Martha Burns Benny Campbell Danny Campbell Jacky Carroll Gloria Carter Carol Caselberry Mike Chapman Mike Chastain Billy Chumley Barbara Cline Wilma Collins Jerry Colvin Randy Colvin Jane Corder Mary Crumpler Mike Cunningham Liz Cushing Cynthia Cylar Elaine Davenport Geraldine Davis Kay Davis Bobby Deerman Eugene Devine Bonnie Dickey Patricia Dickey Nan Dobbs Blaine Dollar Nancy Dorsett Caren Duffey Tommy Epps Donnie Ewing Jimmy Fortenberry Debbie Fox Jennifer Freeman THEY RECEIVE THEIR DRIVER Charles Fulmer Vickie Garmany Donna Garner Jerry Garner Brenda Garrard Gail Gibbs Johnny Gilbert Steve Gilliland Mike Gladden Amy Graves Kenneth Gunnin Beverly Hallmark Tommy Hamby Sheila Hamlin Jane Hammett Butch Hammond David Harp Chris Harris Joe Harris Jan Hathcock Lynn Hathcock Steve Helms Joe Herring Allen Hicks Danny Hill Mike Hill Jimmy Hinton Mike Holderfield Becky Hopper Janice Hopson Charles Horton Richard Howell Mike Hubbard Vicki Hubbard Danny Huff Larry Huff Terry Hulsey Julie Hundley Beverly Hutchens Nancy Hutchens Doris Irby Danny Jackson LICENSES A D B COME DRAGSTERS Janice Jacobs ' Janice Jemison David Kelton Becky Kilgore Bobby Klein Cathy Kline Charles Knight Karen Lang Danny Lankford Sherry Ledbetter Rickey Lemmons Wayne Lemons Carl Lett Alston Lewis Mike Lincoln Wayne Lockridge Cynthia Lowe Susan Lutes Sandra Manley Rickey Martin Ricky Mayben John Mayo Rick Mayo Mary Millican Barry Moore Deborah Morgan Charles Morton Lorna Morton Cynthia Mostiller Mitchell McCampbell Karen McCartney Ronnie McClure Steve McConnell Margaret McCullars Harold Nance Phyllis Nance Richard Nash Harvey Nichols Andrea Noble Owen Noojin Mickey Nunn Michael O'Bryant THE JUNIOR CLASS HAS ITS SHARE Junior Homecoming candidates and Queen, Pam Talbot-seated are: Cathy Reed, Debbie Fox, Melinda Sauls, Becky Hopper. Standing are: Karen Sprinkle, Sandra Manley, Julie Hund- ley, Jackie Adams, Vicki Hubbard. 42 David Oliver Jamie O'Rear Dan Osborn Linda Osborn Dixie Osborne Mary Parker Curt Payne Peggy Payne Herbert Pence Donald Penn Vicki Pentecost Brenda Perry Janice Perry Barbara Phillips Mike Plemons Andy Pollard Roosevelt Potter Kenny Pruett Lillian Quarles John Quinn Pat Rains Rickey Ramey Cathy Reed Jeanette Reeves Jerry Reeves Gary Richards Judy Richey Debra Roberson Rebecca Rogers Aubrey Rose O ATHLETESA D SCHOLARS... Randy Rubrigi Dorothy Sales Jimmy Samples Ray Sarratt Melinda Sauls Stanley Sauls Doyal Sayre Raymond Scales Alonzo Shack Edward Shirley Penney Silvey Randy Sitz Johnna Skelton Patsy Smith Richard Smith Karen Sprinkle Mark Steapleton Brenda Stephens Margaret Stevenson Earline Stone Kathy Strickland James Tally Bryon Talton David Talton Donald Talton James Talton Vicki Talton Pam Taylor Francis Teal Richard Terriault - 1 x:m5af!d.tfaf,NI77TLl'4 gf 1 gf . gym Q , ,SEMA ,Y , K 'gf si fx QP X, H Y LQ? mi , fm? QV , ,wg ,ve4gf' 1.-:Q 139 i 221 X ak. k W ww Q. .5 Y aww LL iw :wwf ff fe MW , -ff Sb 5 .MEI k .T 951 .,L. M Wk . . -N , 3. - f jk? f n W , ,, it ' 1 ?K:h "' ' M m,,:, , . . my Muv ix, 'z if ,. A - bfh Wflgg . 1 I It -an , 'Q fiiimxrww n Y , :Nw New W K if ..,. fkxggwmk , if 455. N J, ., i, 'lekwf-ws "QF e a ,H ew.- 'X Ll .f 0 ,QM -7 1 s K 14. , v- 4 tiff ., 1 ,U N". I ,. Q ,,,...-qmn- -.V N NN W8 wb SENIURS START YEAR WITH GRE T President-Mike Dillard 'Q -W L. Sentiments for Seniors Vice-President-Brent Styles Secretary-Pam Talbot ' Treasurer-Audrey Brooks 11' ill 48 Judy Adams Doyce Allen Sheryl Anderson Delane Archer Thomas Bailey Paula Baker Phillip Baker Steve Ballard lNTICIPATION A D DETERMINATION Cindy Barnes Deborah Battles Jo Anne Battles John R. Battles Wayne Battles Stony Battles Robert Baugh Ted Benefield Steve Benson Jim Bentley Jane Smith Bishop John Black Deborah Blakley Bobby Blanks Mike Bowden Jackie Bowen Gerald Broadhead Audrey Brooks Glenda Brown Dianne Bryant TH CLA SS F 69 PRESER VER' Mike Burgess Glennis Burns Joe Bynum Mike Bynum Juanice Calhoun Charles Campbell Wilmer Campbell Danny Ca.rr Ray Carrol Paul Cash Bonnie Chandler Mark Chapman Brenda Cheaves Mike Cochran Gary Cole Joyce Collier Keith Collier Stuart Collier Peggy Collins Faye Colvin QF MANY ETOWAH TRADITIONS... Dean Conley Carol Conner Sandra Corder Dennis Cothran Wanda Couch Susan Cox Dennis Creel Larry Daugherty Philip Denny Mike Dillard Paul Dinkins Linda Dobbs 1 Homecoming Queen, Pam Talbot, poses with Senior Homecoming candidates: Dianne Powell, Teresa Wal- ton, Donna Lester, Paula Baker, Sandy Rasberry, Nell ' Farley, Connie Thompson, and Betty Gar- ner. It's about time! HANDS FLASH LEFT A D RIGHT Nona Duckett Danny Duncan Donna Edwards Donnie Elliott Melitia Elenburg Nell Farley Roy Farley Rick Finley Dianne Forney Harry Foster Larry Foster Cindy French QFTER ARRIVAL OF SENIOR RINGS... Steve Gaines Lane Gargone Betty Garner Johnny Garrard Carolyn Gibbs Phyllis Gilbert Mary Gilbreath O'Neal Gilliland Curtis Gladden Donnie Gladden Mona Glenn William Goodwin Glenn Gray Neil Gray Wayne Griffin Carolyn Gross Barbara Gunnin Angela Hall Bennie Hallmark Sherry Hamlin M' W WILL EVER MORE BE LOYA1 Q'TfiXf"' Elmyra Hammet Carla Harris Katie Helms Alvin Henderson Freddy Hill Sue Holdbrook Steve Hopper Joyce Howard Patsy Howell Donnie Hubbard Frances Huff Sue Jolly Owen Jones Pam Jones Ann Jordan Danny Kent Danny Kelley Dianna Kelley Jayne Kelley Judy Kelley TO TH WHITE A D BLUE..." Mike Kelley Tommy Kelly Terry Kilgo Johnny Kilgore Kenny Kilgore Ricky King David Kirkpatrick Diane Kirkpatrick Ronnie Kitchens Martha Lankford Bobby Lawley Donna Lester :J-Ni, Constant reminder of our aspiring hopes 55 SENIORS FI D DEEPER MEANING ID Chivalry comes to Etowah Down By The Old Mill Stream is., '!'f""-s. Tommy Lewis Wilma Little Elaine Long Patsy Long Debbie Lowery Ricky Lowery Jane Luksa Rita Lutes Danny McDougal Mark McGeehee Wayne McKinney Wayne Mashburn INTERPERSONAL R LATIONSHIPS... Pat Mason Carol Means Patsy Means Jackie Milam Rickey Miller Gerald Mims Galen Moore James Mulkey Cecil Nelson Charles Nelson Donna Noble Danya Northcutt Jolene Osborn Jill Parker Carol Pearce Wayne Peterson Johnny Phillips Chuck Ponder Dianne Powell Rickey Prater fl M i '..1 .240-' BL UE DE VIL SPIRIT BLAZEII Judy Pruitt Olen Pruitt Sandra Rasberry Ronnie Reynolds Tommy Rhodes Junior Rigsby Mary Riley Gary Robbins Robert Roberts Rex Robinson Hershel Rodgers Ronald Rogers Debra Rowan Russell Samples Mary Jo Sarratt Ronnie Sarratt Greg Saxon Charles Simpson John Sisson Judy Sitz FHRO GH THIS SENIOR CLASS... Escape! Come on over, to . . . Donnie Smith Eddie Smith Peggy Smith Wayne Smith Wilbur Smith Arleen Snow Dianne Spivey Sharon Sprouse Judy Stanfield Edmund Stepleton Randy Stephens Paul Stephenson X x Senior Who's Who COLLEGE, MARRMGE, A D MILITARY 40.4, L z'..v"' W 60 Jimmy Story Wayne Stovall Rickey Street Glen Strickland Brent Styles Pat Suttles Barbara Talbot Pam Talbot Terry Talton Ted Teele Joe Tinsley Paul Therriault RVC Connie Thompson Sandra Tilley Buddy Traylor Joy Trentham Stanley Trimm J.B. Vaughn Nick Vezertzis Thomas Vickery Benny Wade Ronnie Wade Bill Walker Kathy Walker Wayne Walker Melissa Walls Donna Walters Teresa Walton Dianne Warren Ronnie Warren Mary Jo Watkins Cathy Weathington E.H.S. DAYS MUST COME TO AN E D... 1623" 'il' 1 What 'cha doin', Cecil? Floyd West Shirley Wester Sandra Weygand Sharon Whisenant Gary White Trent White Joe Willett Ward Williams Junior Williams Duane Wise Billy Wood Daniel Wood Robert Wood Tommy Wood Joyce Works Elizabeth Wright Bruce Young DEBRA Sunset and evening star, . And one clear call for me! And may there be no moaning of the bar When I put out to sea. But such a tide as moving seems asleep, Too full for sound and foam, When that which drew from out the boundless deep Turns again home, turns home. Twilight and evening bell, And after that the dark! And may there be no sadness of farewell When I, when I embark, For, tho' from out our bourne of time and place The flood may bear me far, I hope to see my Pilot face to face When I have crossed the bar. Alfred Tennyson A friend to all, and fellow student, Debra Jones was taken from us as the result of an automobile accident. She was a credit to Etowah students and faculty and also a poet who was quite adept with words and very much in touch with humanity. All of us who knew her have reserved a special place in our hearts and minds for those memories which will never fade. SEN OR DIRECTORY JUDY ADAMS-Choral 109 FHA 109 FBLA 11? VICA 12. DOYCE ALLEN-FFA 1 O, 1 1 , 1 2. SHERYL ANDERSON-Pep Club 109 French Club 109 Tri-Hi-Y 109 Prom Com- mittee 119 YCCA 10,11,129 Annual Staff Art Editor 129 Newspaper Staff 129 Chairman Decorating Committee for School Activities 129 Artistic Service Award 12. DeLANE ARCHER-FFA 10, 11,12. THOMAS BAILEY--Youth Council 109 Homeroom officer 109 Basketball 10,11, 129 Football 11,129 Homeroom President 10,129 Student Council 10,129 E Club 129 Senior Galaxy 129 Favorite 12g Annual Staff Sports Editor 129 Newspaper Staff 12, Who's Who-Most Likely to Succeed. PAULA BAKER-Homeroom President 109 Student Council 109 Pep Club 109 Tri-Hi-Y 109 Beta Club 11,129 Junior Varsity Cheerleader 119 Varsity Cheer- leader 129 French Club 10,119 FHA 109 Youth Council 10,11,129 Homecoming 129 Favorite 129 Annual Staff 12: News- paper Staff 129 FTA 12g E Club 12, 'Typing Award 12. PHILLIP BAKER-Vo-Ag 12. STEVE BALLARD-Hi-Y 109 Science Club 10,11,129 Spanish Club 10,11,129 Youth Council 10,11,12. CINDY BARNES-FBLA 10,119 Youth Council 10,119 Secretary FBLA 11Q Pres- ident of Choral Class 129 All-County Chorus 12. DEBORAH BATTLES-FHA 10,1 1 9, Beta Club 11,129 Math Club 11,129 FTA 12. JO ANNE BATTLES-FHA 10,11,129 Historian FHA 129 FBLA 11g FTA 12g Office Staff 1 2. JOHN BATTLES - Basketball 10,119 Homeroom Officer 10,119 Spanish Club 10,11,129 Mu Alpha Theta 11,129 Beta Club 11,129 Annual Staff 129 Newspaper Staff 12. WAYNE BATTLES-FFA 119 Select Choral 12. WILLIAM STONEY BATTLES-VICA 10, 11,12. 64 TED BENEFIELD-Choral 10,129 FFA 1o,11,12. STEVE BENSON JIM BENTLEY-Science Fair.109 Dra- matic play 109 French Club 10,11,129 President French Club 129 Beta Club 11, 129 Math Club 129 Science Club 129 Etowah Singers 129 Etowahian Staff 129 Newspaper Staff 12. JOHN BLACK-Bus driver 11,12. DEBORAH BLAKELY - Chemistry Award 119 Beta Club 11,129 Math Club 11,129 FTA 12. BOBBY BLANKS-FFA 1o,11,12. MIKE BOWDEN-Homeroom officer 10, 119 Beta Club 11,129 Math Club 11,129 President Math Club 129 Favorite 129 Who's Who-Typical Senior9 Salutatorian 12? English Award 12Q Scholarship U. of A. JACKIE BOWEN-DECA Club GERALD BROADHEAD-Wrestling Team 12, Baseball Team 12. AUDREY BROOKS-Spanish Club 10, 11g Girls State 119 Beta Club 11,129 Spanish Award 109 Annual Staff 11,129 Editor-in-Chief 122 Nominating Com- mittee 119 Treasurer Senior Classg Home- room Vice-President 129 National High School Award 129 Student of the Month 129 Senior Galaxy 129 Good Citizenship Girl 129 Salutatorian 129 Outstanding American High School Student 1 2g Merit's Who's Who Among American High School Students 129 Search for Excellence A1- ternate 129 P.E. Club 129 Track Team 12, Senior Who's Who Most Likely to Suc- Ceedg Dramatic Play 129 Master of Cere- monies for Coronation 119 Editor Award 129 Art Award 12. GLENDA BROWN-Homeroom officer 11g Homecoming 119 Office Staff 11,12Q Class Reporter 129 FTA 12. DIANNE BRYANT-Spanish Club 109 Homecoming Candidate 10,119 Home- room Officer 10,11,129 Prom Committee 119 BOE Teacher's Aid 12, Senior Com- merical Block Award 12. MIKE BURGESS-Spanish Club -10,11, 129 President Spanish Club 129 Science Club 10,11,129 Vice-President Science Club 11? President Science Club 129 Mu Alpha Theta 11,129 Vice-President Mu Alpha Theta 12Q Etowah Singers 11,129 Vice-President Etowah Singers 129 Vice- President Northeast Regional Science Fair 11,129 Science Fair winner 10,11,129 State Science Fair 11,129 Homeroom Officer 119 Regional Science Fair winner 119 Beta Club 11,129 Vice-President Beta Club 12g Youth Legislature 129 Pre- Youth Legislature 129 Youth Electoral College 129 Hi-Y 12, Newspaper Staff 129 Annual Staff 12g YCCA 11,129 YCCA Governor 12Q Coronation 129 Outstanding High School Student 12. GLENNIS BURNS-4-H Club 109 FFA 10,11,129 FFA Officer 129 Bus driver 12. JOE BYNUM-FFA 10,1 1. MICHAEL BYNUM-Homeroom Pres- ident 109 Science Club 10,11,129 Basket- ball Manager 11,129 Science Fair winner 11,12Q Choral 12. JUANICE CALHOUN-BOE 129 Teacher's Aid 12. CHARLES CAMPBELL-Math Club 129 Beta Club 11,129 Vice President Beta Club 12, Football 109 Homecoming Es- cort 12. WILMER CAMPBELL-FFA 109 DECA 11,12. DANNY CARR-Band Manager 11,129 DECCA Club 1 1,1 2. RAY CARROLL-Audio Visual 1 0, 1 1,1 29 President Audio Visual 11,129 Audio Visual Award 12. PAUL CASH-Spanish Club 10,11,129 Science Club 10,11,129 Reporter Science Club 109 Youth Council on Civic Affairs 10,11,129 Hi-Y 109 Office Staff 129 Sci- ence Fair Paper Winner 119 All-County Chorus. BONNIE CHANDLER-FHA 119 Beta Club 11,12Q Math Club 11,12. MARK CHAPMAN-Band 10,11,129 Band Medal 129 Band Section Leader 10,11,129 Most Outstanding Rookie Band Member 109 Mike Memorial Band Award 119 Don Nichols Memorial Band Award 129 All- State Band 10,129 Accompanist Etowah Singers 11,129 All-State Chorus 11,129 Beta Club 11,129 Mu Alpha Theta 11,129 French Club 10,119 French Club Officer 123 Oratorical Contests, First Place Win- nerg Reporter Etowah News Journal 123 Co-Editor MEPHISTOVOX 123 ETO- WAHIAN Staff 123 Outstanding American High School Students 12, School and Regional Science Fairs 11,123 Band scholarship to University of Southern Mississippi. BRENDA CHEAVES-Homeroom officer3 BOE3 Teacher's Aid. MIKE COCHRAN-Homeroom Officer 103 Key Club 10,11,123 Board of Direc- tors 113 Secretary of Key Club 123 Base- ball 103 Homecoming Escort 12. GARY COLE-DECA 11,123 FFA 10. JOYCE COLLIER-Nurses Club 10,113 Glee Club 123 All-County Chorus 12. KEITH COLLIER-Tri-Hi-Y 12, FTA 11, 123 Beta Club 113 Youth Council on Civic Affairs 10,113 French Club 10, Perfect Attendance 10,11,123 Band Manager 12. STUART COLLIER-Basketball 10,113 Homecoming Escort 103 Beta Club Pres- ident 11,123 Math Club 11,123 French Club 103 Youth Council on Civic Affairs 10. PEGGY COLLINS-Youth Council on Civic Affairs 113 Nurses Club 11. FAYE COLVIN-4-H Club. DEAN CONLEY-DECA Club. CAROL CONNER-FHA 10,113 FBLA 10,113 E Club 123 B Team Cheerleader 103 Varsity Cheerleader 11,122 Head 123 Favorite 10,11Q Track 10,11,123 Youth Council on Civic Affairs 123 FHA Sweet- heart 113 Class Officer 113 Newspaper Staff 123 Who's Who Friendliest 123 Coronation Queen 123 Annual Staff 12. SANDRA CORDER-FHA 103 Nurses Club 11. DENNIS COTHRAN-Band 10,11,123 Band Medal 123 Section Leader 12. WANDA COUCH-FBLA 10,113 Home- room Reporter 123 FBLA Secretary 123 BOE 12, SUSAN COX-Youth Council on Civic Affairs 10,11,123 French Club 113 Beta Club 11,123 Math Club 11,123 Homeroom Officer 123 Office Staff 123 Flag Carrier 11,123 Band 10,11,12Q Etowah Singers 123 Band Medal 12. DENNIS CREEL-DECA Club 11,12. LARRY DAUGHERTY-Homeroom Of- ficer 103 Student Council 103 Football 10,11,123 Favorite 123 FFA3 Captain Football Team 123 Outstanding Lineman Award 123 Senior Who's Who Craziest. PHILIP DENNY-FFA 12. MIKE DILLARD-Class President 10,11, 123 Homeroom President 10,113 Student Council 10,11,123 Key Club3 Homecom- ing Escort3 Coronation 10,11,123 Math Club3 P.E. Award 12. PAUL DINKINS-Spanish 10,113 Home- room Officer 11, Master Ceremonies Coronation 12. LINDA DOBBS-Classroom Reporter 123 Speech and Drama Play 12. NONA DUCKETT-Girls Track 11,123 Volleyball Team 123 Beta Club 11, FHA 10,11Q Youth Council on Civic Affairs. DANNY DUNCAN-FFA 123 Football 10,11. DONNA EDWARDS-FBLA 10,113 Li- brary Club 10,11,123 Library Club Re- porter 123 Office Staff 123 Library Staff 10,11,123 Guidance Counselor Assistant 12. MELITIA ELENBURG-Band 10,11,123 Substitute Majorette 112 Head Majorette 123 ETOWAHIAN Typist 123 School Paper Typist 123 Coronation Page 11, Youth Council on Civic Affairs 10, Homeroom Officer 103 BOE3 Teacher Aide3 Science Fair 102 Pep Club 103 Typist for School Column in the ETO- WAH NEWS JOURNAL 123 Class Day Commitee 12. DONNIE ELLIOTT-FFA 10,113 D.E. 12. NELL FARLEY-Track 10,113 Secretary of Homeroom 123 Library Club 11,123 President Library Club 12Q Library Staff 11,123 Business Manager ETOWAHIAN 123 Journalism 11,123 Princess 12. ROY FARLEY-E Club 10,11,123 Pres- ident E Club 123 Football 10,11,123 Baseball 103 Favorite 11, Prince 123 Audio Visual 123 Indian Artifacts Club 123 Captain of Football 123 Who's Who Cutest 12. DIANN FORNEY-FHA 103 Choral 12. HARRY FOSTER-FFA 10,11,123 Presi- dent FFA 123 Baseball 10,11,123 Bus driver 12. LARRY FOSTER-Student Council 11, 123 E All-Conference 123 Baseball 10, 11,123 Beta Club 11, Homeroom Of- ficer 123 Favorite 123 Who's Who Most Athletic 12. CINDY FRENCH-Youth Council on Civic Affairs 11,123 Nurses Club 11. STEVE GAINES-Student Council 10, 123 Treasurer Student Council 123 Beta Club 11,123 Math Club 123 Football 10,11,123 Track 11, President Homeroom 103 Favorite 12g Outstanding American High School Students 123 Student Coun- cil Award 123 Social Studies Award 12. LANE GARGONE-FFA 10,113 DE 11, 123 DECA Club 11,12. BILLY GARMANY BETTY GARNER-Student Council 10, 123 Homeroom Officer 10,113 FHA 10, 113 FHA Sweetheart 103 Beauty 103 Homecoming 113 Homecoming Court 123 Sweetheart 113 Student Council Secre- tary 123 Youth Council on Civic Af- fairs 123 Annual Staff 11,123 Co-Editor of Annual 123 Princess 123 Senior Who's Who Best School Spirit 123 Student Council Award 12. JOHNNY GARRARD-Youth Council on Civic Affairs 113 Math Club 12. REX GAY CAROLYN GIBBS-Nursing Club 10. PHYLLIS GILBERT-Library Club 123 FTA 123 Track Team 11,12Q Library Assistant 123 P.E. Club 123 Volleyball Team 123 Delta Kappa Gamma Scholar- ship3 Library Assistant Award 12. MARY GILBREATH-Homecoming 113 Spanish Club3 Science Club Treasurerg Math Club Secretary 123 Youth Council on Civic Affairs 11,123 Favorite 113 Se- nior Galaxy 123 Pep Club 10,113 Home- room Treasurer 12. O'NEAL GILLILAND-Band 10,11,123 FFA 113 Band Medal 123 Section Leader 12. CURTIS GLADDEN-Homeroom Officer 10,11,123 Favorite 10,11,12Q Youth 65 Council on Civic Affairs 11,125 Lt. Gov- ernor of YCCA 125 Student Council 125 Senior Galaxy 125 Who's Who Neatest 12. DONNIE GLADDEN-INDIAN Artifacts Club 12. MONA GLENN-Band 10,115 Substitute Majorette 115 YCCA 115 Beta Club 11,125 Tri-Hi-Y 105 Track Team 11,125 Senior Who's Who Most Dependable WILLIAM GOODWIN-French Club 10, 115 Beta Club 11,1251-lomeroom Officer 115 Math Club 125 YCCA.12. NEIL GRAY-Band 105 Indianology 12. WAYNE GRIFFIN CAROLYN GROSS-Homeroom Officer 10,115 Class Secretary 105 Class Beauty 10,125 Tri-Hi-Y 105 Homecoming 10,115 Junior Varsity Cheerleader 10,115 Stu- dent Council 10,115 Favorite 115 Beta Club 115 Etowah Singers 125 FTA 125 Varsity Cheerleader 125 Office Staff 125 E Club 125 Annual Staff 125 First Al- ternate in Miss Merry Christmas5 Who's Who Most Attractive. BARBARA GUNNIN-P.E. Club 12. ANGELA HALL-Band 10,11,125 Beta Club 11,125 Flagcarrier 125 YCCA 125 Etowah Singers 125 Tri-Hi-Y 125 Annual Staff 125 Office Staff 125 Newspaper Staff 125 Band Section Leader 11. BENNY HALLMARK-FFA 1 0,1 1,12. SHERRY HAMLIN-Class Officer 105 Homeroom Officer 10,115 Homecoming Court 105 Junior Varsity Cheerleader 115 Tri-Hi-Y 105 Student Council 115 FTA 125 FTA Officer 125 Pep Squad 105 Etowah Singers 125 Favorite 10,11,12. CARLA HARRIS-Homeroom Officer 105 Tri-Hi-Y 105 French Club 11,125 Library Club 115 Track Team 115 YCCA 11,12. KATIE l-IELMS-Track Team 10,11,125 P.E. Club 125 Senior Who's Who Most Athletic. ALVIN HENDERSON-VICA Club. FREDDIE HILL-FFA 10,11,125 Indian- ology Club 12. SUE HOLDBROOK-Choral 11,125 P.E. Club 12. STEVE HOPPER ELMYRA HORTON-FBLA 1 1,1 25 Track Team 1 1. r 66 JOYCE HOWARD-Beta Club 11,125 FBLA 11,125 FBLA Officer 125 FTA Club 125 Guidance Officer 125 Junior Commerical Block Award 1 15 Salutatorian 125 Senior Who's Who Most Studious. PATSY HOWELL-Homeroom Officer 105 FHA 105 Tri-Hi-Y 125 Homecoming 115 Beta Club 11,125 Betty Crocker Homemaker Award 125 YCCA 11,125 Favorite 125 French Club 115 Sears Teen Fashion Board 125 Pep Club 10,11,125 Senior Who's Who Typical Senior. DONNIE HUBBARD-Science Club 115 Speech and Drama Award 12. FRANCES HUFF-BOE5 Teacher Aid. SUE JOLLY-Homecoming 105 Pep Club 10,115 YCCA 10,11,125 Annual Staff 125 Prom Committee 15 Coronation Decora- tion 11,125 Senior Who's Who Most Fun Loving. OWEN JONES-Basketball 105 Home- room Officer 10. PAM JONES-Band 10,11,125 YCCA 11, 125 Homeroom Officer 115 Tri-Hi-Y 115 Flag Carrier 125 Annual Staff 125 News- paper Staff 125 Library Assistant 125 Pep Club 105 Library Club 12. ANN JORDAN-FBLA 1 0. DIANA KELLEY-Choral Club5 French Club5 FBLA Club5 BOE5 Teacher Aide. JAYNE KELLEY-Band 10,11,125 Devil- ette 105 Homeroom Treasure 105 Beauty 105 Majorette 11,125 Head Majorette 125 Favorite 11,125 Youth Council 115 Sen- ior Galaxy 125 Annual Staff 125 News- paper Staff 125 Office Staff 125 Band Medal 125 Senior Who's Who Cutest5 Bookkeeping Certificate 12. JUDY KELLEY-FTA 125 FBLA 11,125 FBLA Officer 125 BOE5 Teacher Aide 12. MIKE KELLEY--FFA5 VICA. TOMMY KELLY-Homeroom Officer 105 Hi-Y 105 Key Club 10,11,125 Homecom- ing Escort 125 Class Favorite 125 Audio Visual Club 12. DANNY KENT TERRY KILGO-Band 11,125 Glee Club 105 All-State Chorus 105 Band Section Leader 125 Student Council 105 Home- room President 105 Youth Council 115 Band Medal 125 Key Club 115 Etowah Singers 11,12. DAN KELLY-Foreign Affairs5 French Club5 DECA. JOHN KILGORE-4-H 105 FFA 11,12. KENNETH KILGORE-FFA 11,12. RICKEY KING-Homeroom Officer 10. DIANNE KIRKPATRICK-Glee Club 105 FBLA 10,115 BOE5 Teacher Aide 125 Senior Invitations Committee 12. RONNIE KITCHENS-FFA 11,12. MARTH LANKFORD BOBBY LAWLEY-FFA 10,11,12. DONNA LESTER-BOE Teacher Aide 125 Secretary to Assistant Principal 12. TOMMY LEWIS-Baseball 10,11,125 FFA 10,11,125 Pep Club 105 E Club 11,12. WILLMA LITTLE-FBLA 10,11,125 FHA 10,11,125 Homeroom Officer 105 Club Committee 10,11,125 BOE Teacher Aide 125 Homeroom Committee 11,125 FBLA Miss Merry Christmas Representative. ELAINE LONG-Tri-Hi-Y 10, Pep Club 105 French Club 10. PATRICIA LONG-Senior Who's Who Quietest5 Homeroom Officer 11,125 FHA 115 Tri-Hi-Y 11. DEBBIE LOWERY - Band 10,11,125 Homeroom Officer 125 Publishing Editor Newspaper 125 Band Section Leader 125 Band Medal 125 Devilette of the Month 125 Pep Club 105 Teacher Aide 12. RICKY LOWERY-Track 10,1 1,1 25 Foot- ball 10,11,125 FFA 11,12. JANE LUKSA-Band 10,11,125 Gun Car- rier 11,125 Favorite 10,11,125 Homecom- ing Court 105 Second Alternate Miss Merry Christmas 125 Office Staff 125 Youth Council 105 Homeroom President 105 Belks' Fashion Show Winner 11. RITA LUTES-FHA 10,115 Homeroom Officer 10,115 Homecoming Court 115 Volleyball 12. DANNY MCDOUGAL - FFA 10,115 DECA 11,12. WAYNE McKINNEY -- Basketball 105 Football 10,11,125 Track 10,115 E Club 11,125 FFA 125 Athletic Scholarship to Alabama A 8: M College 12. WAYNE MASHBURN-FFA 1o,11,12. PATRICIA MASON-BOE Teacher Aide3 Business English Award 12. CAROL MEANS-Band 10,12Q Favorite 113 Youth Council 103 Homeroom Of- ficer 11. PATSY MEANS-FFA 11,123 Beta Club 11,123 Math Club 11,12Q Vice-President FTA 12. JACKIE MILAM-Band 103 Science Club 11,123 Wrestling Team 123 Vice-President Homeroom 12. RICKEY MILLER-FFA 103 Deca Club 12. GERALD MIMS-FFA 103 DECA 11,12. GALEN MOORE-Salutatorian 12? Home- room Officer 10,113 Beta Club 11,12Q French Club 10,11,123 Officer French and Beta Clubg Mu Alpha Theta 11,123 Etowah Singers 11,12, Officer3 All-State Chorus 123 Band 11,123 Band Medal 123 Outstanding American High School Stu- dents 123 Annual Staff 12g Newspaper Staff 123 Choral Award 12. JAMES MULKEY-FFA 10,113 Football 10,119 Audio visoai Club 10,113 DECA Club 123 Key Club 10,11. CECIL NELSON- Football Manager 10, 11,123 FFA 113 Baseball Manager 11g Senior Who's Who Most Talkative. CHARLES NELSON-FFA3 VICA. DONNA NOBLE-Band 10,11,123 Ma- jorette 11,123 Head 123 Beta Club 11,123 Journalism 11,12Q Co-Editor Annualg Youth Council 103 Favorite 10,12Q A1- ternate Sweetheart 113 Senior Galaxy 123 Newspaper Staff 123 Band Treasurer 113 Homecoming 113 Bookkeeping Certificate 12. DANYA NORTHCUTT-Homeroom Of- ficer 103 Band 10,11,12Q Color Guard 11,123 French Club 10,11Q Tri-Hi-Y 10, 113 Youth Council 10,113 YCCA Lt. Governor 113 DECA 12. JOLENE OSBORN-Annual Staff 12g Co- Editor Newspaper 12g All-State Chorus 11,123 Beta Club 11,123 Treasurer Beta Club3 My Alpha Theta 11,123 Band 11, 123 Etowah Singers 11 and Vice Presi- dent 123 French Club 103 YCCA 11,123 Treasurer YCCA3 Band Medal 123 Se- nior Who's Who Neatest. JILL PARKER-YCCA 123 French Club 11,12. CAROL PEARCE-Homeroom Officer 10,113 FBLA. WAYNE PETERSON-Basketball Manager 10,11,123 Baseball Manager 10,113 Foot- ball Manager 123 Key Club 11 and Vice President 123 E Club 11,123 Beta Club 11,123 Math Club 11,123 Homeroom Vice President 123 Senior Who's Who Best School Spirit. JOHN PHILLIPS-Homeroom Officer 10, 11,123 Junior Class Officer 113 E Club 10,11,12gFoocba111o,11,12,Traok11,12. CHUCK PONDER-Basketball 103 Fa- vorite 103 Youth Councilg DECA. DIANNE POWELL-Homeroom Officer 103 Beta Club 11,123 French Club 103 Youth Council 11,123 Math Club 11,123 Varsity Cheerleader 123 B-Team Cheer- leader 113 Favorite 11,123 Homecoming 123 FTA 123 Pep Club 103 Tri-Hi-Y 103 E Club 123 Etowah Singers 123 Typing Award 12. RICKY PRATER-Band 10,11,12. JUDY PRUITT-FBLA 123 FFA 123 Pep Club 103 BOE Teacher Aide3 Cap and Gown Committee 12. OLEN PRUITT-Valedictorian 123 Beta Club 11,123 Math Club 11,123 Youth Council 11,12Q French Club 123 Physiol- ogy Award 103 Alabama Math Talent Search 123 Outstanding American High School Student 123 National High School Award of Excellance 123 Merit's Who's Who of American High School Students 123 Senior Who's Who Most Studious 123 Scholarship to University of' Alabama3 Team Member of Samford Math Tourna- ment3 Physics Award 123 Math Award 12. SANDRA RASBERRY-National Honor Society 103 Choral 10,113 All-State Chorus 10,11,123 Homeroom Officer 10, 123 Band 113 Beta Club 113 Etowah Sing- ers 123 Homecoming Honor Court 123 Senior Who's Who Best All Around. RONNIE REYNOLDS - Indianology Clubg Library Clubg Track. TOMMY R1-1oDEs-Football 103 FFA 11,12. MARY RILEY-Speech and Drama 103 Nurses Club 113 Choral 11,123 Music Scholarship to Troy State University 12. GARY ROBBINS-Art 10,12Q Art Award 12. ROBERT ROBERTS-Vice President, VICA Club3 Delegate to State VICA Convention. REX ROBINSON-Science Club 10,11, 123 E Club 11,123 Track 11,12. HERSHEL RODGERS-Science Club3 B Team Basketball 113 Varsity Basketball 12. CORNELL ROGERS-Basketball 11,123 E Club. RONALD ROGERS-Spanish Club 103 Baseball 10,11,12Q Basketball 10,11,12Q Favorite 10,11,123 Key Club 10,11,123 Vice President Key Club 113 Basketball Captain 113 Outstanding Advanced Chem- istry Student 113 Beta Club 11,123 E Club 11,123 Good Citizenship Boy 123 Boys State 113 Etowah Singers 123 Se- nior Galaxy 123 Student Council Vice President 123 Homeroom Chaplain 12 Scholarship to Carson Newman Collegeg Senior Who's Who Most Dependableg Who's Who in American High Schools3 Outstanding American High School Stu- dentsg Birmingham News Search for Ex- cellenceg Student Council Award 12. DEBRA ROWAN-Pep Club 103 Tri-Hi-Y 103 French Club 103 Junior Varsity Cheerleader 11,123 Youth Council 113 Homeroom Officer 11,123 Track Team 113 E Club 11,12Q Coronation Favorite 123 Senior Galaxy. RUSSELL SAMPLES-DECAQ Devil Mas- cot 123 Senior Who's Who Most Fun Loving. JO SARRATT-Volleyball 123 Choral 12. RONNIE SARRATT-Indian 123 Football 10,11,12Q Track 11,123 Au- dio-Visual 123 E Club 11,12. Artifacts GREG SAXON-Youth Council 10,113 Homeroom President 10,11,123 Student Council 10,11,12Q Favorite 113 Youth Council President 113 DECA President 12. JOHN SCISSUM-Football3 FFA. CHARLES SIMPSON-FFA 10,11,12. JUDY SITZ-Student Council 103 Ju- nior Varsity Cheerleader 103 Tri-Hi-Y 103 Homeroom Officer 1O,11Q Coronation 10, 11,12Q Co-head Junior Varsity Cheer- leader3 Homecoming 113 Youth Council 11,123 Etowah Singers 123 Office Staff 123 Miss Merry Christmas Pageant 123 Youth Crusade Representative 123 Pep Club. DONNIE SMITH-Football 103 Perfect Attendance Award 123 FFA 10,11,123 Youth Council 113 Band 11,123 FFA Officer 123 Wrestling Team 123 FFA Soil Judging Team. EDDIE SMITH-Spanish Club 103 Key Club 113 Football 10,11,12Q Audio Visual 123 Indianology Club 123 E Club 11,123 Senior Who's Who Friendliest. 67 JANE SMITH-Spanish Club 10,11,123 Spanish Club Secretary 11, Vice Presi- dent 12g Beta Club 11,123 FTA 11,123 FTA Secretary 12. PEGGY SMITH-Pep Club 103 FBLA 11,123 FBLA Treasurer 12Q Teacher Aide 12. WAYNE SMITH-Beta Club 1 1,1 23 YCCA 11,12, Math Club 12. WILBUR SMITH-Math Club 11,12Q Beta Club 11? Homeroom Officer 113 Youth Council 123 Annual Staff 123 Favorite 11,12. ARLEEN SNOW-Spanish Club 10,11, 123 Homecoming Court 113 FTA 11,123 Homeroom Officer 11,123 Beta Club 11, 123 Spanish Club Secretary 123 FTA President 123 Beta Club Recording Sec- retary 123 Senior Galaxy 123 Annual and Newspaper Staff 123 Mistress of Cere- monies at Coronation 123 Outstanding American High School Students 12g Dra- matic Play 10,123 P.E. Club 12g Speech and Drama Award 123 Journalism Award 12. DIANNE SPIVEY-Youth Council 103 Band 10,11,123 Majorette 113 homeroom Officer 11Q Pep Club 113 Head Ma- jorette 123 Miss Congeniality 12, Teacher Aide 123 Senior Who's Who Most Talka- tive. SHARON SPROUSE-Homecoming Can- didate 103 Student Council 10,113 Choral 12, Volleyball Team 12. JUDY STANFIELD-FHA 10,113 FBLA 113 Track Team 11,123 P.E. Club 12. EDMOND STEAPLETON-Band 10,11 123 Track 11. RANDY STEPHENS-Youth Council 11, 12. PAUL STEPHENSON-FFA 11,123 FFA Officer 123 FFA Land Judging 11,123 Vo-Ag Award. JIMMY STORY-Basketball Team 10,11, 123 E Club 11,123 Beta Club 113 Math Club 11,12Q Coronation 113 Athletic Scholarship to Gadsden State Junior College. WAYNE STOVALL-DECA Club 123 T and I. RICKEY STREET-YCCA 123 Office Staff 12. BRENT STYLES-Favorite 103 Kings- man 113 Senior Class Vice President3 E Club 11,123 Prince 123 Senior Galaxy3 Homeroom President 123 Student Council 123 Football 10,11,123 Senior Who's Who Best All Around. PAT SUTTLES-Teacher Aideg Prom Committee 113 Homeroom Officer 10. BARBARA TALBOT-Pep Club 10,11, 123 Library Club IOQ FBLA Club 11. 68 PAM TALBOT-Junior Varsity Cheer- leader 103 French Club 103 Homeroom Officer 10,123 Varsity Cheerleader 11,123 Head Cheerleader 123 Homecoming 10, 123 Homecoming Queen 123 Class Of- ficer 11,123 Youth Council 123 E Club 11,123 E Club Officer 12? Favorite 11,123 Sweetheart 113 Outstanding Cheerleader Award 123 Track Team 11,123 Annual Staff 123 Senior Galaxy3 Pep Club 10, 11,123 Band Sponsor3 Senior Who's Who Craziest. TERRY TALTON-Youth Council 11. TED TEELE-FFA 103 4-H 10. PAUL THERRIAULT-Hi-Y 12g Wres- tling 12g Swimming 11,12Q Golf 11,123 Student Council 10,123 Science Club 103 Football 10,11Q Baseball 103 Drama Club 10,11. CONNIE THOMPSON-Band Section Leader 12g Miss Congenialty--Miss Merry Christmas Contest 113 Annual Staff 123 Newspaper Staff 123 Homeroom Officer 11, Student Council 4113 Homecoming Honor Court 123 Band Officer 113 Guid- ance Office 12. SANDRA TILLEY-FBLA Club 10,11Q FHA 103 FHA Officer 11,123 Homeroom Officer 123 BOE Teacher Aide. JOE TINSLEY-E Club 123 E Club Man- ager 113 FFA 10,11. BUDDY TRAYLOR-T 8: I 11,123 VICA3 VICA Officer 123 T 8a I Award 12. JOY TRENTHAM-FHA 113 Nurses Club 113 Library Club 12. STANLEY TRIMM-YCCA 11,12. J.B. VAUGHN-FFA3 DECA3 DE Award 12. ' NICK VEZERTZIS--Key Club 10, 113 DE Club 11,123 Favorite 10,11. THOMAS VICKERY-Science Club 103 Student Council 123 Homeroom Officer 123 Key Club 12. BENNY WADE-Choral 10,11,123 Key Club 113 Band 11,123 Football 103 All- State Chorus 10,12Q Homeroom Officer 10,123 Choral Club Officer 123 Student Council 123 Choral Award 12. RONNIE WADE-Homeroom Officer 103 FFA 10,11,12Q Football Manager 10,11, 123 E Club 11,123 Busdriver 12. BILL WALKER-Basketball 10,11,123 Student Council President 123 Homeroom Officer 10,113 Key Club 10,11,123 E Club 11,123 Favorite 103 Kingsman 11, 123 Homecoming Escort 10,11,123 Boys State Representative3 Student Council Workshopg Student Council 10,12Q Senior Galaxy3 Who's Who in American High Schools3 Outstanding American High School Students3 Senior Who's Who Most Attractive3 Coronation King3 Stu- dent Council Award 12. KATHY WALKER-Tri-Hi-Y 103 Youth Council 11,123 FHA 123 Office Staff 12. WAYNE WALKER-Biology Award 103 FFA 11, Beta Club 113 Senior Who's Who Quietest3 Busdriver. MELISSA WALLS-FHA 123 Homeroom Officer 12 DONNA WALTERS-Office Staff 11,123 Tri-Hi-Y 103 Homeroom Officer 103 P.E. Club 12. TERESA WALTON-Choral 103 Band 123 VICA Club 123 VICA Club Officer 123 Homecoming Court 12. DIANNE WARREN-Volleyball 11,12. RONNIE WARREN-Football 103 Stu- dent Council 103 Homeroom Officer 103 Football Manager 11,123 Basketball Man- ager 11,123 FFA 10,11,12Q E Club 11,12. MARY WATKINS-4-H 10. CATHY WEATHINGTON-Homeroom Officer 10,11,123 FBLA 10,113 Beta Club 11,123 Track Team 10,11QBOE Teacher Aide 12. FLOYD WEST - Basketball3 Foot- ball3Track. SHIRLEY WESTER-FHA 10,11,12Q FHA Officer 123 FTA 123 Bookkeeping Award 12. SANDRA WEYGAND-Band 103 Volley- ball 12. SHARON WHISENANT-Track Team 103 Secretary and Treasurer Homeroom 113 President Homeroom 123 Student Coun- cil 123 BOE Teacher Aide 123 Beta Club 11,12Q FBLA 10. GARY WHITE-DECA 11,123 Tri-Hi-Y3 Busdriver 12. TRENT WHITE-Band 10,11,123 Choral 11,123 Band Medal 123Section Leader 11. JOE WILLET-FFA 10,11,1 2. WARD WILLIAMS- Wrestling Team 123 Track 123 Indianology Club 12. DUANE WISE-Key Club 12. KENNETH woMAcK-FFA 1o,11,12. BILL WOOD-State Science Fair Winner 10,113 Science Club 10,113 NASA Award for Excellence in Science 103 Army Award Space Science 103 U.S. Navy Award in Earth and Space Science3 In- dian Artifacts Clubg Key Club 10. DANIEL WOOD-Youth Council 103 Li- brary Club 11. ' wg .- V. Q ,A A M , ,Kg ,Q g!,'kQg,, me , 6 wif ' " , 1' 1 c ., . nazi L 5' H' Mk 'I 'i f .4 rf a,9,,. sv nf 4 , 3 mf , Y ,-X. ,az , gf ,,,.,.q,-Nf -. I9 .4 Q, A, , H., , xc." , WR W , fill W E In ? w 2 2 4fWiiHm,,, .Q-f.,.H - 4' 1-rua! in . W Q, f LW' gg, ,WV ' , f l " ,Q :nu . .,.,. K, www. CLUBS ARE AN AVENUE IN THE SEARCH FOR KNOWLEDGE. - at ii Juniors-First row-C. Harris, A. Noble, K. Lang, L. Whisenant, B. Rogers, N. Hutchens, B. Hopper, B. Whorton, S Alexander-Second row-S. Burger, P. Adams, K. Davis, M. McCullars, L. Morton, V. Hubbard, D. Morgan, J. Adams C. Reed-Third row-S. Ledbetter, D. Fox, S. Manley, P. Payne, J. Benavides, C. Payne, J. Hinton, D. Lanford- Fourth row-M. Wolf, D. Oliver, M. Chapman, V. Pentecost, B. Hutchens, B. Campbell, R. Colvin, R. McClure, W Lockridge. Seniors-First row-J. Bishop, B. Chandler, J, Howard, J. Osborn, P. Howell, D. Powell, P. Baker, D. Noble, S. Cox, D. Battles-Second row-A. Snow, A. Hall, M. Glenn, D. Blakely, S. Whisenant, C. Weathington, A. Brooks, P. Means, Miss Spurlock-Third row-S. Gaines, W. Goodwin, O. Pruitt, J. Bentley, M. Chapman, M. Burgess, C. Campbell, W. Smith-Fourth row-S. Collier, M. Bowden, J. Battles, J. Story, R. Rogers, W. Walker, W. Peterson. 72 l 4 Miss Ann Spurlock-Sponsor BETA LU The Etowah High Beta Club, an honor organization, gives recognition to those students who have most nearly attained the basic objectives of education. Membership is based on outstanding mental ability, scholarship, honorable character, and commendable attitude. To be eligible for membership, one must have and maintain a "B" average from the Freshman year to graduation. Induction ceremonies are held during the first semester and only juniors and seniors may be inducted. The Beta Club is responsible for raising the flag each morning and at football games, and is in charge of the Honor Roll bulletin board. Officers-Mike Burgess-2nd Vice-President, Arleen Snow-Recording Secretary, Charles Camp- bell-lst Vice-President, Galen Moore-Corresponding Secretary, Stuart Collier-President, Jo- lene Osborn-Treasurer. Y0 TH C0 UN CIL CIVIC AFFAIRS A. Hall B. Whitt S. Jolly K. McCartney V. Talton B. Hallmark V. Hubbard R. Finley C. Anderson P. Howell D. Powell P. Baker S. Cox L. Morton M. Burgess Governor J. Parker P. Payne N. Dobbs G. Bradberry B. Hopper M. Gilbreath J. Osborn Treasurer L. Cushing C. Harris D. Fox Secretary A. Graves J. Hundley P. Williams J. Adams J. Freeman B. Klein B. Guthrie S. Kelley B. Wade P. Talbot P. Cash B. Garner W. Smith K. Pruett W. Smith M. Steapleton 0. Pruitt S. McConnell S. Ballard W. Lockridge R. Stephens C. Gladden A. Lewis Lt.-Governor R- Bradley S. Trimm B. Hammond W. Goodwin D. Kelton M. Plemons 51 ,ry So rz'5v+ 36 37333999 4 1 B W 41 41 3. 5, sz. 25 Q2 S 34 1 l a 1 s 0 P Mr. Oliver Sponsor J. Garrard M. Burgess Vice President M. Bowden President O. Pruitt S. Gaines W. Goodwin W. Smith J. Battles D. Powell C. Campbell S. Cox S. Collier W. Smith J. Story D. Battles M. Chapman D. Blakely G. Moore B. Chandler W. Peterson J. Osborn J. Bentley M. Gilbreath Secretary- Treasurer M. Dillard Mu Alpha Theta is an honorary national organiza- tion for students with advanced interests in the field of mathematics. This club offers encouragement to young mathematicians to seek higher plateaus in the mathematics field. The club's members consist of select juniors and seniors who have shown adequate mathematic cap- abilities. The club's activities include an annual trip to Sam- ford University for several members for participation in the Mathematical Association of America Test. MU ALPHA THETA ii' The Key Club of Etowah High 68-69 achieved its goal of becoming the number one service club in the school. The club sponsored projects such as cleaning the school restrooms, straiting the parking lot, and ushering at football games. The club also sponsored a clothing drive for children in Ethiopia and a toy drive for orphans in Gadsden. The most popular project was painting all the trash cans the school colors. 76 A J. Carroll T. Hulsey B. Guthrie S. Kelley K. Pruett A. Lewis M. Wolf Treasurer C. Williamson B. Drake M. Cochran Secretary B. Klein Mr. Campbell Sponsor Kelley Lockridge . Wise . Rogers Walker , Dillard President S. Alexander Sweetheart W. Peterson Vice-President T. Vickery M. Thompson M. McCampbell zsvwcagy-3 S. Sauls O. Noojin A. Brooks S. McConnell ' I8 73 14 ab lq iq in 2l 11, 1 25 2,1 B. Hutchens V. Pentecost Secretary S. Ledbetter S. Ballard J. Campbell P. Cash E- gifnpbell N. Hutchens . 1ver M. B L. Whisenant K. Lggsm R. McClure J. Bentley 51- Efadlfiy J. Benavides . HSSH er B. Bain H- Rogers M. Burgess D. KGUZOH President Igflrs. Lasseter M. Gilbreath POHSOI' Treasurer C. Harris J. Milam N. Osborn Vice-President S q 6 U ll R ls Q1 " at 4 8 I3 I4 15 1 3 as 1' Z 1 16 PHI BETA CHI TRI HI-YAND HIY REORGANIZED A T E TOWAH K Vyskocil J Battles J Battles Secretary P'. Howell Q I Mrs. Saffels Il Sponsor J. Bradberry D. Fox President A. Graves J. Freeman Vice-President V. Hubbard P. Williams Song Director B. Whorton Chaplain A. Hall . . , M... .,, The Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y Clubs at Etowah were re- organized this year. These Christian organizations, sponsored by the YMCA, were very active in our school lives. Inspirational moments were provided over the in- tercom each morning by a devotional sponsored by these clubs. Another activity that the clubs participat- ted in for the first time was the YMCA Youth Legis- lature in Montgomery. The delegates representing Etowah were Jo Ann Battles and Mike Burgess. The Hi-Y Chapter sponsored a basketball team which played various school and church teams throughout the county. They concluded a wonderful season with a swimming party at the new Y.M.C.A. pool. I0 N- 8 4 6 Q B 3, 5 7 I 1 , 1 . Pruett . Lincoln L. Driskell M, Saffels Kelley B. Campbell B. Clayton M. Hubbard G. Cash J. Hinton K. Collier M. Brugess D. Osborn President P. Therriault 79 The Home Economics Department sponsors a nursery school on Friday mornings. The pictures above and to the side are of children who attend this school. LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW-J. Stone, D. Cline, R. Jones, K. Lang, L. Whisenant, J. Burgess, V. Pentecost, J. Stevens, A. Smith. SECOND ROW-K. Walker, S. Wester-Secretary S. Tilley-President, J. Battles-Historian, N. Hutchens-Vice- President, M. Walls, C. Pence, E. Wright, D. Roberts, A. Tomasello, M. Millican, A. Vaughn, L. Morris. THIRD ROW- J. Gladden, P. Denson, J. Graves, B. William, L. Mitchell, R. Crumpler, S. Manley, G. Stanfield, A. Mehurg, G. Henderson, K. Vaughn. swmmfMs.er..m,,.4.d..f. ,.f-,..-.,.. A- .1 1, , .f . , i J! u f W S. Whisenant President T. Clemons Mrs. Campbell Sponsor V. Burns E. Hammett L. Whitt D. Wood L. Satterfield D. Smith W. Little P. Silvey L. Walker J. Howard Vice-President P. Smith Treasurer J. Pruitt W. Couch Secretary sz.. .- M fs. A., 17l",,..A .ff . 1, .1911-rw Vi ,Zi gfifggiirgslli ii K. 5 x,VVk is jg2,.,gl M. ,"', . -Q - . ,D Q if , . i . D D I ':" ' 'Q ' 5 S l . : if-V5 H. H ef.f-.9--A533 .,.A A s 2 .. l .792 Aw. U KWH swims .. sw W .i if , .- . ., 7. 7 6 NJN, 5, , gg! .,iQ.,.g.,' k ,,.,'4Q, , . . A NH.. .nnsi fir. R s R R 8 . Q f . VVL - I 1 , 'Q fs -' 'S gg. X lf 3 -5 2 15 1 Q E, iff". ' Dfw' ' . f W. U l W. Lasseter Secretary D. Lankford ' R. Reynolds 2 R. Farley E. Smith Vice-President Q S go R. Sarratt 8 q D. Baker D. Gargus J. Dobbins R. Carroll President R. Duke A. Dorsett 82 A UDIO VIS UAL CL UB 1 ,D 3 4 X J. Freeman Secretary-Treasurer N. Farley President B. Gowens Vice-President D. Edwards Reporter G. White J. Kelly J. Trentham B. Thompson M. Parker P. Adams J. Burnes P. Gilbert D. Powell P. Baker C. Gross D. Blakely ' P. Gilbert S. Alexander S. Wester J. Howard J. Battles T ACI-IER K. Bobo D. Battles J. Adams C. Duffey J. Pruitt L. Morton Miss B. Roberts Mrs. Huffstutler A. Snow fl-023 President J. Bishop Secretary S. Hamlin Historian P. Means Vice-President K. Collier Treasurer gg. .. AMERICA ,. 'Q x I ' 1 zz 102' 34 35. 442 WD 'I U is 3 B mn 6 I I6 1 ilfwwllql X ? D. Powell C. Gross P. Taylor L. Buchannan C. Conner R. Rogers R. Ward D. Talton B. Walker J. Story J. Tensley W. Peterson R. Wade P. Therriault D. Thasher H. Rogers J. Milam J . Reeves M. Nunn B. Dollar M. Holderfield S. Alexander P. Baker C. Reed D. Rowan P. Talbot Secretary-Treasurer L. Daugherty E. Smith R. Wood T. Lewis C. Rogers W. McKinney S. Gaines M. Lincoln J. Phillips R. Sarratt R. Farley President S. Kelley B. Styles M. Hubbard Terry Hulsey W. Townsel C. Payne M. Thompson S. McConnel S, Sauls J. Carroll T. Bailey fl I1 '5 N zo tl 7 H I3 6 lo It If V 2 3 4 s' N -lvi 4' 51 5 "-' C R CLE FRA CAI B. Hutchins J. Freeman V. Hubbard M. Edwards S. Alexander D. Abercombu D. Fox J. Hinton J. Adams O. Pruitt L. Whisenant L. Lee J. Hundley B. Conner J. Jacobs J. Bentley President A. Noble G. Moore B. Hopper B. Whorton M. Chapman Treasurer J. Battles R. Battles M. Burgess President N. Smith M. Saffels R. Street R. O'Neal D. Fraiser P. Cash S. Ballard A. Snow V. Pentecost S. Ledbetter M. Morton B. Williams D. Irby J. Bishop L. Means B. Hood S. Burgess L. Morris K. Lang M. Millican C. Harris K. Davis J. Morris ulllllslb all '13 56 g I' 444 W Q. .. g'R1z 53y INDA H ' " " f+'f fb I9 A AMA A ART FACTS 88 D. Kelton S. McConnell President R. Potter J. Roswer R. Reynolds N. Gray K. Duffey Secretary B. Cline Treasurer C. Payne M. Steapleton K. Pruett R. Martin S. Bryant K. Brasher D. Waldrop W. Williams J. Stevens S. Garmany J. Foster B. Wood ' M. Hubbard M. Bowman R. Farley Vice-President B. Blevens R. Belew J. Graves V. Talton S. Sauls R. Sarratt R. Blackwell E. Smith D. Gladden A. Brooks R. Jones T DE TCOUNCIL SY IN ,69 lg Left to right, first row-O. Smith, M. Thompson, J. Skelton, L. Buchannan, B. Garner, S. Whisenant, J. Stephens, J. Corder, K. Nix, R. Bright-second row-S. Sauls, S. Gaines, R. Street, D. Hall, J. Phillips, M. Dillard, R. Rogers, B. Walker, R. Colvin, M. Lincoln, L. Huff-third row-T. 1Hulsey, G. Saxon, The Student Council has had a very active yearg we have been involved in numerous projects. The activities for the officers started in late July when we all attended an AASC workshop at Florence State University. Also during the summer we met with Mr. York and assembled the student handbook for 1968-69. These handbooks were given to each student during the first week of school. The annual fall candy sale was a great success- thanks to the homeroom presidents. The profit from this project was used to purchase a blue velvet curtain for the stage. The Student Council has been responsible for ar- ranging the assembly program schedule, keeping announcements on the signs, and handling class and student council elections. T. Bailey, B. Styles, C. Gladden, B. Wade, O. NO0jil'1, K. Meeks, E. Edmonson, T. Vickery, L. Foster, B. Guthrie, B. Klein. We wish to thank the administration, faculty, and our fellow students for their help in making this a happy year for us. Not all of our dreams have come true, but we feel that we are going to see these dreams materialize in the future. 116 Zcfalgfu W fsfgefw Mrfllwvtv .512w. Gaaw 89 ,P .x F W nv " X N se ,f x , s, " Q9.Y' C is T f HY .fy i i McKinney's always up in the air over something. 92 ETOWAH 7 LEE OF HUNTSVILLE 7 The first meeting between Etowah and the Lee Generals proved to be one of 'the hardest fought contests of the season. Lee, with several outstanding players, proved to be a very strong opponent. The Generals were able to control the game the first half. It was early in the second quarter that Lee scored after a sustained drive. After that a stingy defense, led by Roy Farley and Larry Foster, never allowed Lee to score again. Late in the game a single play changed the entire picture of the game. An electrifying 83-yard touch- down run by Jerry Garner put the Devils back in the game. Johnny Phillips kicked the all important extra point that tied the game. ETOWAH 14 BESSEMER 6 The Blue Devils picked up their first win of the season over the always tough Purple Tigers of Bessem- er. The game was dominated by fine defensive play on both sides while the offensive teams had some trouble getting off the ground. The Tigers scored first when they recovered a fumble deep in Devil territory and converted it into an easy score. The Devils carrie roaring back to take a one point lead just before the end of the first half on the touchdown run of Wayne McKinney and the extra point by Johnny Phillips. The final score of the night came when Junior Williams ran for 16 yards around right end for six points. Johnny Phillips again added the extra point. This is the first time in 3 years that the Blue Devils have beaten Bessemer by more than one point. A fine defensive effort made by Roy Farley, Wilbert Howard and Larry Daugherty helped make this victory possible. Blaine Dollar, Brent Styles, and Ron- nie Sarratt played well on offense. ETOWAH 23 ANNISTON 0 The Blue Devils won the second game of the season with a convincing 23 to 0 shut out over the Anniston Bulldogs. The game was rather slow at first but Johnny Phillips got things started in the second quar- ter with a 33 yard field goal. With only 15 seconds left in the first half Larry Foster grabbed a 9 yard pass from Blaine Dollar for the only touchdown in the first half. The third quarter had just started when the Devils scored again. A long pass to Wayne McKinney got 6 points and Johnny Phillips added the extra point. On the first play after the kickoff the Bulldogs fumbled and the Devils scored again. This time Jerry Garner ran around right end for 13 yards. Mike Holderfield, Mike Thompson, Wilbert Howard, and Mike Lincoln all stood out on defense. Blaine Dollar, hitting 10 of 19 for 172 yards, and Jr. Wil- liams, running 80 yards is 16 carries, were bright spots for the offensive team. Y .M ' " .,,.. Q, X .,, -. 1 x ir -- sf '-.QT 3 k .. . .. 5, .iii A g . ' Sf F f ngiig T fx k""i1f .wp 5 - 53 ff Q-S . Q Q' 4 E Y- ,y -1 , L A g Q Q' K ':?-Eiff fifif'-qfh A Q S R W H . X 1-Q' ":g,:5X fxsM R f ,gp R, My K K SZ w I 3 R A I W "M A if f X., ki 1 n . I 2 if' ,K . W :gf A si www 4 K, I w , , ir i5f531f,,.:."3 X I ,iggwr A s k:gfk 7 , .,,, V ktr, ,, 3 5 E'- aff WWW f -ffsfaf-L ,bg :., N N A X XXX x5 wx 4 Qf Q21-' was 25 w w - ff . ' pg Q Q5 W K S Qs? uk in W H 5 wif? iw W J? J , ..x. f 3 5' 'E K Q f. 'GSU .4 K mx Q, aa ig 3 an . W dv I gm , , 0 gg ,mn W W Q if za, ,Hwy V. , gl mf if ,Z We " , , ww Hg 5 wi ETOWAH 28 ALBERTVILLE 0 Homecoming activities helped revive the old Blue Devil spirit after the loss to Gadsden. Before the game there was a feeling of uncertainty, but after the opening kickoff Blaine Dollar and company quickly began to show who had the best team on the field. The first score of the game came in the second quar- ter when junior quarterback Blaine Dollar raced around left end for six points. Albertville, having trouble moving the ball by a stiff Etowah defense, was forced to punt deep in its own territory. Mike Lincoln, a junior defensive back, broke through and blocked the punt. Larry Foster picked up the loose ball and scampered for 10 yards for the final score of the first half. The last half was completely controlled by Etowah. Blaine Dollar got the Devils started again when he scored his second touchdown of the night on a two yard run. Wayne McKinney added the last six point- er of the night on a 35 yard touchdown pass from Dollar. Johnny Phillips had a perfect night on extra points, going 4 for 4. Rex Robinson arrives to lend a helping hand. Larry Foster, run for your life!" ETOWAH 9 EMMA SANSOM 6 This game with the cross-town rivals proved to be one of the hardest contests of the season. The Rebels have had some dismal seasons in the past few years, but this year they began to put things together and proved that they had a team to be proud of. It seemed or a while that this year they were going to be able to grab a victory from the Devils, but the defensive work of Mike Lincoln, Roy Farley, Mike Thompson, Mike Holderfield and Wilbert Howard prevented this. The game was truly a defensive struggle. Emma Sansom's Kenneth Peppers was selected a defensive player of the week for his efforts against the Devils. Etowah had several player's that played some of the best defensive ball for a Blue Devil team since Coach Glover has been here. The Rebels scored their only touchdown of the night in the second quarter. The extra point failed, but they took a six point lead that stood until after the half. Larry Foster and Mike Lincoln provided the big break that won the game. The Rebells were punting deep in their own territory. Foster and Lincoln block- ed the punt and Lincoln picked up the loose ball and scored. Johnny Phillips added the point that won the game with his extra point kick. Later in the third quarter Wilbert Howard added some insurance with a 2 point safety. He was able to bring down the Rebel quarterback behind their goal line. 96 Terry Hulsey makes a dash for the goal line. ETOWAH 40 ARAB 0 The Blue Devils were able to put on their biggest offensive show of the year against the Arabian Knights. The game was never in doubt as the Devils, led by Larry Foster's three touchdowns, quickly took control of the game and put it beyond Arab's reach. Larry Foster, playing one of his best games this year, scored first on a 1-yard plunge. Wilbert Howard added another touchdown before halftime on an 8 yard pass from Blaine Dollar. Larry Foster broke things open in the third quarter with two touchdowns. One came on a beautiful 39 yard run in which he practically ran over several Arab defenders. The other touchdown was a 4 yard dive. Wayne McKinney scored on a 75 yard pass, his longest touchdown run of the season. Ricky Lowery added the final six pointer on a 2 yard run. John Phillips hit on 4 of 6 extra points. This game was marked by some fine defensive play. Larry Foster, Wayne McKinney, Wilbert Howard, Steve Gaines, John Phillips, and Wayne Townsel all intercepted passes. Terry Hulsey played a fine game at halfback, making several outstanding runs. 97 Wayne McKinney escapes a dynamic duo. ETOWAH 20 GUNTERSVILLE 7 The Devils wanted to win this game very much, for last year Guntersville knocked Etowah out of a trip to the state playoffs. It didnlt take long for Etowah to prove that they were going to win this game at all costs. Junior Williams got things started with his first of 3 interceptions of the game. A Blaine Dollar pass to Wayne McKinney accounted for the first score. Junior's second interception helped set up another touchdown. This time Larry Foster scored from the one foot line. The third touchdown for the Devils came when Blaine Dollar sprinted 19 yards around left end. John Phillips hit on 2 of 3 extra points. The Wildcats came out strong the second half but the Devils only allowed them 7 points. Chief stoppers for the Devils were Roy Farley and Mike Lincoln. Both boys had one interception each. Larry Foster, Junior Williams, Mike Lincoln, and Terry Hulsey made several fine runs. Thomas Bailey, Brent Styles, Larry Daugherty, and Rex Robinson played well on the offensive line. 98 l I Brent Styles 1521 anticipates a hard landing ETOWAH 22 TUSCALOOSA 7 The Blue Devils made a long trip to Tuscaloosa to defeat the Tuscaloosa County Wildcats 22 to 7 in freezing weather. The Devils had some trouble the first half, but came out the second half to play some fine football to win an important game over an aroused bunch of Wildcats. The Devils' first score came early in the game on a pass from Blaine Dollar to Wayne McKinney. The PAT failed. The Wildcats came roaring back and scored in the second quarter to take the lead at half. Etowah came out of their thaw and put the heat on the Wildcats in the second half. A blocked punt by Mike Thompson accounted for a touchdown. John Phillips added the extra point. Later in the third quarter Larry Foster scored the final touch- down. Again John Phillips hit the extra point. The final two points came when a host of Blue Devils tackled a Wildcat back with the ball behind the goal line. Mike Lincoln, Larry Foster, and Junior Williams provided the running power for the Devils. The of- fensive play stood out with Brent Styles, Rex Robinson, and Thomas Bailey turning in a fine performance. Larry Daugherty, Roy Farley, Wilbert Howard, and Mike Holderfield played important parts in stopping Tuscaloosa County. An upended Wildcat doesn't slow down Junior. 99 S 4 , 4 if ,, . .3 . Lg i' 5. 1-Q. S x - 8 1 3 vi . ii 3 Q is A QQ t wg , zkwf K L . 5 -1,-lv ' '31 Xa QQ.. 5 f ,i:.,L: , ,gg 3f A .. 1 HP an EE if A"-'F I ETOWAH 6 GADSDEN 0 When people start remembering all the big vic- tories that Coach Jim Glover has had at Etowah, this win in the Charity Bowl over the same team that had beaten Etowah 35 to 7 in regular season play will rank right at the top. ' The Blue Devils were the only obstacle in the Tigers' path to the state playoffs. lt proved to be enough to derail the Tigers, who before this game were in third place. The Devils, defense proved to be the winning factor in the game. Gadsden was never allowed to go past Etowah's 27 yard line. Roy Farley, Larry Daugherty, Ronnie Sarratt, Robert Wood, Junior Williams, Larry Foster, and Mike Holderfield all played important parts in never letting Gadsden score. There were several outstanding plays in the game. The first was Wayne McKinney's run to the thirty yard line. This drive was stopped. Junior Williams set up the only touchdown of the night. He ran down to the twenty yard line. A fumbled inside the five killed this drive, but Wil- bert Howard got it right back for the Devils two plays later on another fumble. After stalling again a field goal try by John Phillips was off. Gadsden punted and the Devils started driving again. Larry Foster helped with two catches in this drive. A Blaine Dollar pass to John Phillips from 20 yards out resulted in six points. The extra point failed. The last half proved to be all Etowah's. The Devils were not to be denied this win. They never let Gadsden get close to scoring while they played preventive defense the rest of the game. Wayne McKinney was voted the Most Valuable Back and Wilbert Howard, Most Valuable Lineman. These along with the rest of the Devil team were responsible. "Hey man, how 'bout that!" if l0l 45 . 1 EXPERIENCED LEA DER SHIP ESSENTIAZ Head Coach-Jim Glover ru A Q5 ,K ,, ,, ' 3 of K. . ndell Hubbard Coach Donald Payne Coach Thomas Moore xx r S Qx K. r "I 1 X , .. W. 0 3 "" Lewis looks on as Larry Foster takes a big cut. 'sv 6 Aw, c'mon, Blaine-he didn't mean it! 41' Spring came late to Etowah and with it came rain-plenty of rain. Due to this rain and cold weather, spring training for baseball was postponed for several weeks, as was the official start of the baseball season. However, once the season began the weather had no real effect upon the team. Trained and conditioned by Coach Hubbard and Coach Duke, Etowah's Diamond Devils were pre- pared to go from the first moment foot met field. Each boy played hard and well, ultimately produc- ing one of the finest seasons the Devils have had. The Devils played eighteen regular season games and compiled an overall record of fourteen wins and four losses. The hitting attack was led by Larry Foster, whose batting average reached a remarkable .510. While slugging deserves half the credit, pitching claims the other 5O'Zp. Etowah presented an outstanding pitching staff-top hurler being Pete Horton who boasted a record of 6-1. The third factor which must be reviewed in ac- counting for the Devils' success would naturally be the support. Many spectators were always on hand to cheer their team in victory, or, if necessary, in defeat. Some came to watch from idle curiosity and left with a brain full of baseball strategy and the desire to come back for more. All in all, the 1969 baseball team accomplished what it primarily set out to do-play hard and well, entertain, and win! BA SEBA LL nun 105 wwe, W Qu First row-Broadhead, Meeks, McCampble, Horton, Thompson, Carroll, Blackwell, Driskell, Reeves, Colvin, Coach Hubbard. Second row'-Brooks, Vickery, Clayton, Lewis, Dollar, Lincoln, L. Foster, H. Foster, Sauls. SENI ORS LEADING PITCHERS The Blue Devil squad for 1969 proved to be a rel- W L S0 H R atively young one, boasting only four seniors. The Horton 6 1 38 29 1,7 positions of centerfield and catcher were very capably Blackwell 4 3 51 36 12 filled by Larry Foster and Harry Foster, respectively, Dollar 3 0 27 11 6 while Tommy Lewis handled second base with no- Thompson 2 0 23 7 6 table skill. Gerald Broadhead, a fine utility outfielder, completed the quartet by substituting in centerfield. 1 Y' 'T 7 "' A-liar --, Q'--We-f g-may J- s S -1Ww.M,e-.yswsluwselumsmtmss LEADING HITTERS AB R H CF Larry Foster 49 26 25 C Harry Foster 50 14 22 3B Randy Colvin 53 18 20 P Pete Horton 19 7 SS Blaine Dollar 47 12 15 LF Stanley Sauls 38 12 2B Tommy Lewis 42 11 1B Jackie Carroll 31 10 8 1B Mike Thompson 41 8 10 SS Ronnie Blackwell 41 9 1 1969 SCHEDULE WE 28 Glencoe 13 Boaz 3 Lee of Huntsville 11 Anniston 15 Carver 7 Sansom 4 Albertville 9 County All-Star 1,5 Ensley 11 Ft. Payne 3 Gadsden 5 Boaz 3 Sansom 16 Anniston 6 Carver 1 Gadsden 10 Ft. Payne 11 Albertville B.A. .510 .440 376 372 319 316 262 258 244 220 THEY 1 o 3 1 0 4 2 0 2,3 5 1 1 4 3 o 3 3 2 DEVILS IN A D OUT UF ACTIO ai' Riddle-What has 4 legs and coaches baseball? 1969 TEAM LEADERS M BATTING PITCHING Batting Average Home Runs Runs Runs Batted In Bases on Balls Hits Doubles Triples Stolen Bases Larry Foster Larry Foster Larry Foster Larry Foster Larry Foster Larry Foster Larry Foster Larry Foster Randy Colvin Randy Colvin an .510 8 26 28 14 25 7 1 1 15 Games Won Games Started Most Games Complete Games Strikeouts Shutouts Pete Horton 6 Pete Horton 7 Ronnie Blackwell 7 Pete Horton 7 Ronnie Blackwell 6 Ronnie Blackwell 51 Pete Horton 1 Ronnie Blackwell 1 Mike Thomspon 1 I'm on my way! The Black Creek Gang GIRLS ' VOLLEYBALL TEA First row-Lutes, Winningham, Vyskocil, Burger, Alred. Second row-Mrs. Hill, Theys, Mitchell, Duckett, Gilbert, Sprouse Weygand, McCullars, Mrs. Hubbard. BUYS' TRACK T AM First row-Williams, Dillard, Reynolds. Second row-Steapleton, Hulsey, Bryson. Third row-Payne, Gilbert GIRLS' TRA CK X J Y gg iiril S 'S J af - Y K. ,- y .af-W n f R R 5 My S ,..,1. I .S V, ' .-1 ,qwwaszf f ., STANDING BROAD JUMP Jocelyn Morris Audrey Brooks Patricia Dickey I w x I I z i l I 5 i E R E l 50 YARD HURDLES ' Denise Brown , Rose Theys M , A ,V A SOFTBALL THROW Sheila Alred Lessie Mitchell Katie Helms Carol Conner HIGH JUMP 440 YARD RUN Cathy Weathington Linda Walker Linda Walker Deborah Morgan Paula Adams Carla Harris ..,,..M.. X ,..,.......,.r., , wx W Q t is 1, we az, BASKETBALL THROW Stella Burger Phyllis Fortenberry Phyllis Gilbert 100 YARD DASH 50 YARD DASH Nona Duckett Jocelyn Morris Judy Foster Violet Baty Kathy Vsykocil Mona Glenn Substitutes-First row-Alred, Foster, Dobbs, Harris. Second row-Causey, Vyskocil, Duckett, Stanfield, Ware, Fortenberry, Theys W2 We regret that pictures for the 220 yard run, the 440 relay, and the running broad jump are not available. W9 fn K ffff 'KW' iii, f' , 'MZ ,tw I 'uf , - K , n. MM , I M W-W M 45 Mfr an , f fz ' , Lx 71-hr h 3, V fn? If s Wyr- W ,MW I ! 1' Mfg, 'Q' ziggy jo E X if 'il'-.. R' 3 v M wa w fs as 'Q , ,V f, W in W i 1, 21219 i 'fi' Q , 'S 5 iw gov: ' I full, X 1' folf .ag X UW xf :H iii' Egg. Q , V Donald Talton JS I K3'ly P, 'dl Jimmy Samples Ma' 'Diddy lx fb C 44 fs N ig? fi '40 UWM WF 'We1ss J fm ., wk Sv - . nw fa' 1 ww QV' 91 arf it M Y I rl ' VZ f MA Q Q , ,z 7 x fum , f 'Wm ff wk I "' A' 'V 5' ,..:1. , M, , af , gf , ,, Z. ,V X x if 'fzifff . ,, 1 I J. V. 'S ADD PEP Front row-Heads-Billie Whitt, Becky Hopper. Second Third row-Melinda Sauls, Karen McCartney, Linda row-Amy Graves, Peggy Ashley, Shelia Allred, Deb- Whisenant, Patricia Likens, Julie Hundley, Judy Corder. orah Conner. Becky Hopper, Shelia Allred, Melinda Sauls, Judy Cord- Karen McCartney, Amy Graves, Peggy Ashley, Linda er, Deborah Conner, Patricia Likens. Whisenant, Billie Whitt, Julie Hundley, 117 6 Q, 5 ' ,lf Q if Qo'QgQxef Djs . S Y I s 3' 6 Q' .- 94 I f o2QQf,fzQXs' 9,0 ,x if . , x 3 Ba gg 'S E s-J had 97 Q9 '4 Q0 U M 1, 49' 'Q 4 sw 'KV4 4. L w , 4 ' 44 49' Q5 fm ' f-, , f N , Q a A1 , an W fm X ax 1 W5 2 L'I: M' W 1Qf Y wx Q M s W-' ', k . xglk 1 , 3 S Sk DEVILS .1 Z 3 K 'W 2 sf VARSITY IN ACTIO This year a lot was expected of the Devil Basketball team, and the team lived up to its expectations. Jimmy Story, Cornell Rogers, Bill Walker, and Ronald Rogers, all starters on last year's team, were expected to carry the team, and they did just that. They re- ceived help from seniors Junior Williams, Thomas Bailey, and Hershel Rodgers, juniors Mickey Nunn, Mike Thompson, Donald Penn, Jackie Carroll, and Sophomore Ronald Young. The Devils played their best in the tournaments. The Devils came in third place in the Holiday Tourna- ment, winning three games. These wins came over state powers Butler, Sidney Lanier, and Lee of Huntsville. Cobb of Anniston was the only team to beat Etowah in this event. The Devils placed second in the NEAC tournament. They picked up wins over Carver and Guntersville, but failed to win the final game over Gadsden. The Regional Tournament was the only disappointment, with the Devils being knocked out in the first round by Carver. This year the Devils played the hardest schedule in the history of the school. Lee, Carver, Mountain Brook, Banks, and Huntsville were added to the schedule. This year's record Q14-121 is not the best, but against this schedule, it proves to be a fine ac- complishment. g mf' .3 tl 5 l ' Bill Walker goes high over a Rebel defender for two points. l Everyone 's up in the air over that little 'ole ball. 121 Mike Bynum and Wayne Petersen serve faithfully as team managers. , , ,H my A Wampum, kmmkwwmww Don Penn-A picture of beauty and grace 122 1 Mike Thompson goes for two as Thomas Bailey looks on 1968-1969 "B" T AM Blaine Clayton, Jerry Reeves, Greg Cash, Lynn Driskell, Mike Holderfield, Mike Bowman, Bruce Bailey, Randy Young, Bobby Guthrie, Winfred Cylar, Coach Thomas Moore. Under the capable leadership of Coach Thomas Moore, the "B" Team basketball team proved to have a fine season. The team was made up of juniors Mike Holderfield, Jerry Reeves, Mike Bowman, and sopho- mores Blaine Clayton, Greg Cash, Lynn Driskell, Bruce Bailey, Randy Young, Bobby Guthrie, and Winfred Cylar. Two of these boys were later moved up to the varsity team. They were Ronald Young and Lynn Driskell. This team had several outstanding players and should be of valuable service to the varsity team next year. Jerry Reeves won the trophy awarded to the out- standing foul shooter of the "B" Team. This trophy was awarded at the annual basketball banquet. 124 Mike Bowman is all alone for two points against Banks wma M, Ts Mmm, l , L A Q GD WU ,W I x 54,54 3 M Y x A? m,......W-if no ' ' ""' W'nfR3 l f I 2' ul 1968-69 FOOTBALL TEAM 1968-69 BASKETBALL TEAM Q I A 1968-69 WRESTLING TEA W A slow withdrawal from the battlefield Basketball at Etowah: A sport that keeps everyone in the air 1 Q A V ww? vfwmqw .. Q f 5 ff f ,,, f f 6 4 ,M f QW ik ,f M f Q m 1 WWW Z 4 EM ,,.,., J -f My "www ewwy we, ,, L M,,,,,,,,W,,,,, , ,V,, X W ,n,An,,, I ., ,,,, u,,N,, H 2 ,.,f,,,, I new if V 2 Hwegm22f::W,Mww21?42f4m?f4 M , W f , , 45:7 ff f ff if f f . 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Q 11' ,, X is i ,gsxwwihr QM' S as '- .X il XX 55,5 SX x S.. K A2 x. J. If 'gms Y i Nm S 450 Ni vu X F JUNIOR FA VURITES 2 E E E K s 5 W M r I 1 . 41 W? V I f- fw fam-' W Q I s Z 5' 1 2 Q K E E Q 2 Q ugnmwmmxmmm 4. ,aff N11 Y fs .... ... + Ei? 1 A- ' ' Y - 1 .2 ' , 5 , ., 1 , We fi wi Y vs 1 .. 4 . f - 55:1 Q, an ,P 1 -wg S cf 6 i 6 X 1 I 1 Q . ff . viii ' A-if W2 ., , Q K -W. N' K V . ., v ri E X 1 " K. if SSN x'1KQm.f , I A ' Xxxwgxw -an as . "QQ 1 -...... 3 wx -,:, Q 'ff i5 Q ' K , mf' ? u- wi uww. gpg Mk J C Q Q 'K .. Q AW kd k W. A m ,fi ' ":W ' Fa 'EP' v hj.f15 ,,-,, Mg, - . .K N XX .X f- ' 7 5:3255 ,gas ANY K., ww... Q. , Q "" x X A ' vfw .. ,,,s,ge,,,. in .N me N.-5 S' ,dk Q' A Q ""' ve. N' ,::Q -'Q 'W Q is x ,b1., Q' W , SOPI-I OM ORE FA VORI TES E 3 u 1 N . K W 1 1 14. . 3 -Q, 2 Ji N' , 4 L 4, MR W' I . x.,k' nf. 1-.V '. , O, ,,, af' i A I X f 'il nr- SOLOIST JOLENE OSBQBN ARISTSw i Q 4 BENTLEY BYNUM S4 X 1 Q- .uh .. ... ,,,., . A .,.. Si, ww Q fi in S S if is e fu- .mb , 5 l , , , pm L. K Q 1 is Zif f, 1,-me-fig ,:-X zeifsffe-iv?fiwifvsf H5 1 .,: 5, s1 1z2'mi1-' yi Z 5551: LfAk H M -.-M3532 L' iiiyl I 2 mfs iw:-. -E " y s-Q, X Q Y K' MM' I ,Jw . v s a , -A 'A .git . . ny' . 7 . .,.kQ SAND lk K 4 if ? , L Q1 fn! , f 'n . 12 W, ' 1 v,z. Jv"' EERRY Mr K , " , 5-W - W -.-Y :V X' S ff f ' L5 ' lk I M . ' 1 V! A l . ' M' 'yr' ' A ,.f'H,,w A 91" .f 1 . '. . 4 V 4.1 ,E U 1 ti! an i Our four Salutatorians-Mike Bowden, Joyce Howard, Galen are pacesetters in the fact that they lead the entire student Moore, Audrey Brooks-and our Valedictorian-Olen Pruitt- body. None were more proud than these students when each received an award for achievement in a certain area, e . , .L ffm ' Q ' fialismv w vm, ' x-ff' kai f f f fi gg, X 5 f ffb Wy X 4 if g f, f , CY ,f aa! 1 1 . .p, ,,,, k if .M i, K , 1 1 W Q ,I , f 5 xx E 2 ff ,..,,v--My ,-1LH51'14f'k?:- 4. M! 7 ,..,- ,UMQ J! .. A , ff- v- 19W i if -mf 'ff W.. 5, 15 W 1 4 f zz? g' AWA '? "?5'f1 ff 3 LT fyg ff fx 1 is ,. 1 2111! 14'3 . -5, . , Xu fl , 1 5 'V , ,, , , - W,-rf 'nf fi A ?-3,3 W, V,. H Ablfl, LJ 4- Although they fell short of their goal for magazine sales, many seniors made an enthusiastic effort. Mrs. Huffstutler's artistic homeroom wins first place in door decorations. With the help of band boosters such as Mrs. Spivey, Etowah is able to win this huge trophy as a result of being first place in the Royal Crown Cola contest. A CH IE VEMEN TS v """'i+1f5QZ"""K Q' Student Council works diligently to secure a beautiful royal blue curtain for the auditorium. The P.T.A. saves the day for us by purchasing two new K walkways. The Exchange Club of Attalla presents Etowah with the Freedom Shrine which consists of patriotic plaques 3 ww, 9 . , i 9 52 1 l ion 2 3 ' W 765 WW -'V 4 Lf lil A 53? I 1-f gslh f szgiii AA"'M is A' f3i'4??.-v2JE2fw- xi: ' i ,f' ff! fag: L 3 K ,fe .-'rx iid - -E ,- ! x U DEVIL BA The Etowah Blue Devil Band is more than an or- ganization, it is a way of life. Through working many V hours together during the summer, during school, and after school, band members are drawn together by a special bond. Under the direction of Mr. Tommy E. Cole, the band has performed in several contests, in- cluding the Dogwood Arts Festival in Knoxville, Tennessee, the Tri-State Marching Band Contest in Rossville, Georgia, the Mid-South Marching Band Festival in Gadsden, and District Concert Band Com- petition. The band also participates in various local parades and has helped several non-profit organiza- tions in money raising campaigns. The band also came in first place in the Royal Crown Cola "Do Something Mad for Your School Contest" with the help of the entire student body and band boosters. The band presents several concerts during the year and their performances at football halftimes are a welcomed change of pace during the game. W. r it N, MLW ,NMMA S I MEDAL WINNERS: First row-Westcott, Nelms, Bain, Kelley, Northcutt, Whorton. Second row-Overstreet, Lowery, Jacobs, Moore, Cox, Chapman, Quarles. Third row-Chapman, Oliver, Campbell, Hammond, Conner, Goza. Fourth row-Steapleton, Hinton, White, Klein, Couch, Kilgo. Fifth row- Cothran, Gilliland, Washburn, Collier, Reynolds, Groover. Some relationships are formed in band that will last forever. -.sf All-V Awards: Jr M.D Cha man Director'sA reciation-D The Symphonic band makes a pleasing impression on the stage. The band is guided by the matchless leadership of Mr Cole. -" - P , PP ' Oliver, Sr.-J.M. Chapman, Flag-S. Cox, Soph. - B. Con- ner, Majorette-J. Kelley. -: 'I'--H'1""l"'7 'T' ' BEST BA ? DEVIL BA D! Mark Chapman makes the famed All-State Honor Band. F' ,, -1. 'W in ,V ,R M I B XMWK . QI The band shows its stuff as it performs in front of Knoxville judges. The clarinet section lays down horns to dance to the beat of "Soul Finger!" Many after-school hours are spent for each per- formance. MM f pf f 3 1 mlm, , B 1 The Drummers: What to do with them? What to do without them? ROOKIE DA Y Rookies await their fate. Guru Benny Wade leads Rookies to their doom. Dorothy Broadhead is crowned "Rookie for a day." Galen gives her famous monologue on her Butch! YOU have 8 1'l1l'lI1el' in boots, your stocking! M A J ORETTES THE Y LEAD THE WA Y COLOR GUARD BL UE DEVIL GEMS Jane Kelley, Donna Noble, Melitia Elenburg, Dianne Spivey Jayne Kelley Donna Noble Dianne Spivey if nf . ',k, 5 F, 5 fa Debra Roberson Becky Whorton Linda Osborn Vicki Hubbard F L A G C A R R E R GRACE A D BEA UTY ARE GLITTERING I S Susan Cox, Pam Jones, Angela Hall, Barbara Goza ff k y? ki X XX Jane LUkSa GunbearerrJane Luksa, Danya Northcutt Danya Northcutt ag m. ,Qs E. ' , Susan Cox Pam Jones Angela Hall Barbara Goza F A f ,gh ff. SG., hifi! L... - 'W Q ,fy , W is a 'QW 41 , 1 72,331,593 A , ,jf1""- Nh J . if A I iw S. Sprouse, D. Hayes, B. Barnes USI C APPR E CIA TI 0 The music appreciation classes at Etowah are a very vital part of the music department. They are educational as well as functional. Students learn mu- sic fundamentals which enables them to appreciate music more fully as an art, to use music as a perform- ing medium, and also to gain a much envied posi- tion in the "Singers", These groups, along with the "Etowah Singers", compose the "Etowah Chorus", which performs several concerts throughout the year. These musical groups are under the leadership of Mr. Cole. OFFICERS: D. Smith, D. Conner, P. Thompson, C. Brasseale. 166 "Etowah Singers" OFFICERS: President-B. Wade, Vice-President-Mike Burgess, Secretary-Treas- ure1'G. Moore, Reporter-J. Osborn, Accom- panist-M. Chapman. CHORAL AWARD WINNERS: Galen Moore, Benny Wade ALL-STATE CHORUS MEMBERS: J. Osborn, S. Rasberry, G. Moore, B. Wade, M. Chapman ETOWAH SINGER The "Etowah Singers", Etowah's select choral group, is composed of some of the finest talent in the school and state. They have become a familiar and welcomed sight at school assemblies, programs, and concerts. The choir received three "superior" ratings this year at District Contest. At State Con- test, they received an "excellent" rating and a "su- perior" rating in sight reading. Five members of the group were selected to perform in the 1969 All- State Honor Chorus which performed in Mobile at the Southern Music Educators' Conference. The group has a large repertoire, ranging from novelty songs to the finest, classical, vocal literature. 167 ART H A A W3 w W , 3 9- 32 'bf . K, , Sa My ggi M 2 2 R. is V,,, 3,7 , an 25 f N , X ,. .M A X- 0 W Q' .xi x. 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WHORTON V- 955:33 -g'?lA"ir .s..JAooBs M.cHAvMm M-EV - U' .s.ssm'LsY 5, Algyqwpfv, L.wHaSEvIAnT A. NOBLE uhefncomvri L-l-ff G, MQQRE ,tv -nach. mmeeas- EDUAE BLhCKx.o0oo DANNY Nun: steve Heuvxs Rlcnnmw SBSH A .imma Bowen wauaen Cmavsm' GARY cos-2' new couuav' Domus. emovv' mae GBRGONE. LHRRY uae 'O bmw! MEbouGnL RW-KEY MILLER. HBROLD MIRAGE. Gaav wmve' MBKE worms 'rovmv HPMBY LBRRY SERVERS J06 i-lHR'Rxs Ric!-IRR! 5-Wwcu. LBRRY HUF? Umm-1 KELLEY. kemt MQMBHAN cuucx Pawnee' G-HRY Rncnmws Geena Saxon' 4, X , Q, mem N-Re: uhm-VI CBRR oemus Cuff-C' Domus ewwlcf se,Rm.o mms' Ruseu. SAMPLES' 0 Y. le. vnucfma' men vezearzvs' Tomwl wooo' oounua WRIGHT btw-In Nom:-lcuvr' '50 N a 00 13' xx 1 C! YQ!! XX Y' STQDEQT OF THE. YEPR 5 Sgggogg It has been a pleasure to work with the students and faculty at Etowah County High School in recording for the future these impressions of 1969 at your fine school. 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'S , 33.91 as 3 'Y '54 uw ,S . 53 ,- xr .- 1 if .X 'K M gb . v . ,M Q,-rr' THE JO URNALISM CLASS Alston-The Schroeder of the Hunt and Peck System. STAFF Editor-in-Chief-Audrey Brooks Co-Editors-Donna Noble Betty Garner Business Manager-Nell Farley Photographer-Alston Lewis Copy Editor-Arleen Snow Sigh! I wish I had his Silva Thins. The 1969 Journalism Class would like to thank a few of the many people who have been so kind in helping us with the production of this annual: Nick Cottis-Belmont Studios Advertizers Mr. and Mrs. York and Mrs. Elaine Brooks Pk Pk Dk Paragon Press Pk wk as Faculty and students of EHS for their cooperation. AND NOW A WORD FROM OUR SPONSOR l is You must be kidding' We the Journalism Class of 1969 Wish to express our appreciation to Mrs. Sue B. Kelley who labored with us to finish this yearbook. In addition to her duties as yearbook sponsor she has also been responsible for the MEPHISTOVOX. Again, We say thank you. 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