Faith High School - Song of Faith Yearbook (McCalla, AL)
- Class of 1975
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THE CR USADER
Faith H igh School
I 974- 75
Editor: Janice Pack
Sponsor: Vanessa O. Carter
We, the 1974-'75 yearbook staff,
would like the effort put forth by
Mrs. Dorothy Reed. Mrs. Reed
received her degree from the
University of Alabama and is a
prominent member of the Forest
Hills Baptist Church. She has been
teaching at Faith for the past six
years. She is well known for her true
dedication to the art of teaching.
We, the yearbook Staff, would like
to make this year one of the most
memorable for her. The 1974-75
yearbook is hereby dedicated to
Mrs. Dorothy Reed.
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POP ULA TI ON
Miss Jan Parton
DONALD B. BRISTOW
Mr. Donald Bristow received his
B. A. degree from Auburn Uni-
versity. He taught Agricultural
Business three years before com-
ing to Faith. He has offered our
school organization , discipline ,
Christian leadership and
improved academic standards.
MRS. INA MAE VICK
B . S . Elementary Education ,
University of Ala. in Tuscalooosa
MRS. SARAH F. PRIESTLEY
B . S . Elementary Educationg
B.A. Music, Samford University
MRS. PEARL ROCKWOOD DUN-
B . S . Elementary Education ,
West Illinois University: M . A .
Remedial Reading, University of
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MRS. CLARA L. HARRIS
B . S . Elementary Education ,
West Illinois University
MRS. KATHY D. ROBERTSON
B. S . , M.S. Elementary Educa-
tion, Auburn University
MR. JOE T. SPAIN
B.S. Christian Education, South
ern Bible College
Enthusiasm Is Portrayed
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MRS. VANESSA O. CARTER
B.A. , Spanish, Univ. of Ala-
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bama in Brrmrngha
MRS. HAZEL ASKEW
B.S. , Social Science, Florence
MRS. IRENE W. ATCHINSON
B.S. English, Math. Samford
MISS MARGARET JANE GRIMES
B.S. Biology, Psychology, Bir-
MISS BONNIE K. KACHAROS
B. S. , Business Education Univ
of Ala. in Tusc
MRS. JUDY C. STEVENS
B.A. , English, Speech Theater
University of Montevallo
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MRS. KAREN A. JACKSON
B.S. , Math, Univ. of Alabama
MR. MARVIN WILLIAM TROTT
B.A. , History, Bible, B.D. Lan-
guages and Theology, Tennessee
Temple, M.A. Social Science
and Psychology , Azusa Pacific
MRS. DOROTHY E. REED
B.S. , Library Science , English,
Univ. of Ala. in Tusc.
MRS. NANCY H. BROWN
B.S. , Phys. Ed. , English, Liv-
MR. JOHN L. MCCARVER
B.S. , P.E. , and History, Jack-
sonville, Secondary M.S. , Edu-
cation, Samford University
MRS. BEVERLY A. SMITH
B.A. , Art, Glassboro State Col-
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FRONT ROW, L to R - Kathy
Lambert, Donna Thomas, Cindy
Head, Jamie Garrett, Sheryl
Davis, Shannon Hollon. BACK
ROW, L to R - Sharon Key, Ste-
phanie Manning, Nicki Ryder,
Sharon Hughes, Matt Diffley,
Steve Clevenger, Lee Smith,
Ken Gamble, Mrs. Whisenant.
FRONT ROW, L to R - Ray
Kemp, Audra Johnson, Lori
Champion, Sharon Hewitt, Jerry
Culp, James DeFreese, Cynthia
Passmore, Carol Bigham, Jean-
nie Askew, JoAnn Willis, Allen
Gamble, Cassey Ford. BACK
ROW, L to R - Sonya Wyatt, Ste-
ven Knox, Jeffery Spradlin,
Craig Alexander, Adrian Scrog-
gins, Rick Howton, Cheryl Kirk-
patrick, Keith Nichols, Mrs.
FRONT ROW, L to R - Ginger
Kelly, Roland Harris, Jay Morri
son, Lori Collins, Brian Reaves.
BACK ROW, L to R - Curry How
ard, Christy Kornegay, James
Curren . Jesslyn Thornton ,
Tammy Bittle, Greg Weaver.
FRONT ROW, L to R - Lisa Mor-
ris, Judy Owens, Susan Keily,
Kristy Fullbright, John Knight,
Rebecca Jackson, Carla Snider,
Melinda Snider. BACK ROW, L
to R - Scott Minor. John
DeFreese, Mrs. Dunbar, Jimmy
Adams, Matt Wood, Stephen
F zfth Grade
Mary Nell Diliberto
W' Wayne Kornegay
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MIS- Mitcham Mrs. Whisenhunt Mrs, Key
MIS- Farr Mrs. Allen Mrs. Whisenant
7th Grade Begins H i gh School Journey
Ierrie Lynn Carter
8th Grade Exhibits Most Interest in Skating Pczry
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Freshman Class Shows
Q Marlon Spradlin
NOT SHOWN - Nick Diliberto, Lisa
Harbison , Ronnie Jennings
Freshman Class O fcers
President - Kay Jones S
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Vice-President - Kenny Sizemore
Sec. -Treas. - Rhonda Brewer
M ost School Particgvation
Leigh Ann Higgonbotham
S ophomores are proud of largest class
Ana' most school S-P-I -R-I -T
Mary Jane Phillips
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Sophomore O jicers
President - Paul Reed
Vice-Pres - Van Oglesby
Sec. -Treas. - Cindy Stephens
unior Class Boasts V . .
Junior Offcers l
President - Glenn Pierson
Vice-President - Karen Bartlett
Secretary - Treasurer
Essay Winner - Tim J ones
NOT SHOWN - Wendell
Harbison, Jim Scogin
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MISS IEANINE BURGIN
The Science Club appeals to students
i who seek a unique perspective of
science. By offering scientific
concepts in a less formal manner.
They hope students will see that
science can be fun. The club also
offers entertaining programs which at
the same time , are instructive.
L. to R. - Johnny Blackmon, Bo
Brasher, Ronnie Jennings, Gary Scott,
Jackie Howton, Valerie Johnson, Tony
Fisher, Darla Scroggins. Jerri Lang-
ford, Tonya May, Tena Gentry, Billie
Gentry, Miss Grimes, Kathy Mize,
Lady Hill, Perry Hogue, Timmy
Campbell, Sponsor - Miss Grimes.
The purpose of the Student Council is to achieve a
better relationship between the students and to
effectively assist the school in any way possible.
The council sponsored a party and caroled at Estes
Nursing Home during the Christmas holidays. The
candidates motivated the elections with witty
campaign slogans and posters. From their
speeches one could tell that all were fully
qualified for the jobs they seeked , however not all
could be elected. The council hopes to succeed in
furnishing needed audio-visual equipment for the
PRESIDENT - John Reed. L. to R. -
Mrs. Jackson, Sindy Watkins, Sharon
Weston, Jeanine Burin, Nancy Flow-
ers, Kim Cochran, Bill Brewer, top
row - L. to R. - John Reed, Joey Stra-
chan, Miss Kacharos, Ricky Posey,
Kenny Sizemore, Van Oglesby, Kavin
Bishop, Steve Bradley
The National Beta Club is an honor service organization whose main goals are to promote
academic excellance and to serve both the school and the community. To be eligible for
membership, a student must be of excellent moral character and he must also have and be al:
to maintain a "B" average. As a service to the school, the Beta Club is in the process of
raising money for audio-visual aides for the school. OFFICERS - L. to R. - Paul Reed-
Chaplain, Patty Hulgan-Vice President, Cathy Langston-President, Sponsor-Mrs. Stevens, ai
Janice Pack-Secretary. L. to R. CRow 19 - Cleon Headley, John Reed, Steve Bradley, Rodney
Hayes, Joey Strachan, CROW 23 - Billie Gentry, Cindy Warren, Patty Hulgan, Linda Watkins,
Patsy Ingram, CROW 37 - Jeanine Burgin, Pat Edmonds, Kathy Mayo, Jan Parton, Nancy
Flowers, Janice Pack, CROW 43 - Paul Reed, Sherry Goff, Randy Foust, Glenda Ferrell, Diane
Smith, and Beverly Burchfield.
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The Letter Club consists of those who
receive recognition for participation in
interscholastic athletics such as football,
basketball, baseball, and cheerleading. Its
major goal is to furnish a trophy case for
Faith High School.
OFFICERS - L. to R. - Treas. - Glenn Pier-
son, Sec. - Sherry Goff, V. Pres. - Kelly
Dial, Pres. - Terry Ledbetter, and Sponsor
F. to B. - Terry Ledbetter, Jimmy Black-
mon, Van Oglesby, Alan Chesser. Dennis
Noble, Kenny Sizemore, Eddie Johnson,
Tim Jones, Paul Reed, Randy Hale, Glenn
Pierson, Tony Martin, Kavin Bishop, Keith
Casey, and Steve Bradley. L. to R. CROW lj
- Patsy Ingram, Peggy Langston, Sherry
Goff, Cindy Stephens, Rhonda Brewer,
Anette Brewer, Cathy Langston, Patty Hul-
gan, and Sindy Watkins. CROW 23 - David
Roper, Chris Shaw, Kelly Dial, John Reed,
Kenneth Pike, Donny White, Marty Norred,
and Coach McCarver. ROW 3 - Bobby Pat-
terson, Mike Noble, Mack Kormnegay.
Mike Franklin, Durrell Smith, Johnny Coo-
ley, and Keith Crawford. Sponsor - Coach
The purpose of the Pep Club is to provide an organized body of enthusiasm and spirit
that can be readily identified as belonging to the students of Faith School. This
organization also provides a focal point of the school spirit around which the
students can rally. The Pep Club strives to bring out the "pep" potential in all
students. Sponsor - Miss Grimes. L. to R. - lst ROW - Natalie Reeves, Susan
Lambert, Darla Scroggins, Pam Ashworth, lerrie Lynn Carter, Lady Hill, Valerie
Johnson. ROW 2 - Dean Sullivan, Sonya Radney, Vickie Hunt, Pam Martin.
Sponsor: Miss Grimes, and Jill Oglesby.
Que tal, alumnos! El arculo magico es para los estudiantes de espanol. The
Spanish Club links students' studies with cultural and social aspects of the
language, while participating in school activities. The club provided a "junk
car" project for the Fall Festival and later sponsored a skating party. The club
also initiated a Valentine "mail service . " A club highlight is the annual
"fiesta with Spanish and Mexican cuisine. Club membership encourages
students to appreciate foreign customs and to realize that a foreign language
is an important , practical tool for life .
' "f t L. to R. CROW 13 - Bill Brewer,
' ' Darlene Newton, Kim Cochran,
Q, , p:'p y Kathy Mayo, Pat Edmonds, and
bpqpt ,:..: p pp.. Sharon Weston. CROW 23 - Paul
R, 'izi ' P n is 'ffi M: q"" 5 Reed, Mike Hunt, Kevin Alexan
'f""k Q If der, Walter Harrison, Jeff Gray.
llzg R .fiil mow 35 - Robin Manning, Jill
hs pfg, ,.p, i oglesby, Linda Watkins, Glenda
A Ferrell, Jeanine Burgin, Keith
'l'iL i:Jli" p,,.ii ' C5' s lf' K Harmon, David Roper, Sherry
V ! Goff, :Kenny Sizemore, Keith
Crawford , Stan Iarrat , Diane
rr was r . Smith. Vicki Hunt. and Marty
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if 5 U Keith Crawford , President -
f ff' Q Marty Norred, Secretary-trea-
M surer - Vicki Hunt, and Sponsor -
an A Mrs. Vanessa O. Carter.
The Art CLub is an initiative which gives interested students an
opportunity to work on creative art projects of their choice. They
decided to work with dyes, previously finishing a "tie dye" project and
working with some batik. The Art Club also represented Faith School
with projects to the State Art Show in March, 1975 . The Art Classes
constructed a float, designed by the students, for the 1974 Merry
Christmas parade of Bessemer.
OFFICERS - L. to R. - Mrs. Smith, sponsor, President - Timmy Camp-
bell, Treas. - Tony Fisher, Vice-Pres. - Cathy Chesser, and Sec. -
Renea Nelson. L. to R. - Kathy Prince, Billy Brown, Renea Nelson,
Alan Chesser, Cheryl Cornelius, Tony Fisher, Sonya Radney, Harold
Irby, Natalie Reaves, Johnny Patterson, Rodney Hayes, Virgil Morrison,
Cathy Chesser, Mark Watkins, Debbie Patterson, Timmy Campbell,
Tony Shoemaker, Brenda Wilson, and Leatha Kornegay.
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ROW 1, L to R - Randy Hale, HB:
Mike Noble, QB: Dennis Noble,
HB: Mack Kornegay, FB: Keith
Casey, C. ROW 2, Lto R - Many
Norred, SE: Teny Ledbetter, SE:
Tony Martin, TB: Jimmy Black-
mon, LG: Eddie Johnson, LG,
Johnny Cooley, LT. ROW 3, L to
R: Gary Brown, SE: Jolm Reed.
FB: Chris Shaw, TE: Glenn Pier-
son, RT: Wendell Harbison, SE:
Paul Reed, DB.: Vann Oglesby,
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Competition began on a sad note as Faith traveled to Lanett, Ala. . to
meet Sprlngwood. To say this opening game was sloppy would be an
lmderstatement, and that doesn't mean just the weather. In an evening-
long rainstorm, A
During the August heat wave ,
Crusaders were sprinting through
practice sessions. preparing for a
against some or tne top teams in
the Alabama Private School
The Crusaders' season got
underway with a new coach. John
McCarver. The team was young
and had few experienced
players. as the 0-10 record
F UMBLES SPELLED A 33-0 DEFEA T
The team not only came home with dampened spirits. but also
dampened uniforms. However, a big plus was that the defense held
Springwood to one touchdown in the second half
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The team played hard-nosed football , but just couldn't quite put it all
together. Even though the score did not reveal lt, the defense played
well at times and looked as lf it was going to prevail. but it finally
broke down. The final score was Coosa Valley 29, Faith 0 .
Faith then met Inglenook in its
first home game of the season.
The Crusaders played well
against this big rival and had
many exciting plays, including
s some electrifying kick returns by
Mike Noble. These provided the
f' crowd a spark of
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However, the Big Green's
opportunities to score on big
s drives were fizzled away by
costly penalties. Inglenook won
by the score of 13 to 0.
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where they played Tallapoom ll d h in ' C5-Q C
Academy. It was a bruising game in "
which several players were injured. ' a 11 t '
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outcome, what was. Tallapoosa 26, ' f C , as ' A aa w
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The following week Faith traveled to Tuscaloosa to take on West End
Christian. Although the Crusaders were fired-up and had a hard week of
practice, Faith came home defeated once again, 35-0.
Faith hit the road on a long
joumey to Phenix City to play
Glenwood . one of the top-ranked
teams in the state. Faith took
C O URA GE
onto the field . But lt lacked the
muscle that Glenwood had. This
was fatal, as Glenwood proved to
be too much for the Crusaders to
handle. High hopes of upsetting
Glenwood diminished. as the
Crusaders fell 55-14.
In the second home game of the year, Faith's Crusaders moved to Shelby
Academy to battle the Eagles of Talladega Academy. In a very physical
LA CK OF DEPTH
caused a decisive defeat for the exhausted Crusaders. The story of the
game was told on the scoreboard, which read: Talladega 35, Faith 0.
un the road agatn. the Crusaders raced a very rugged Shelby Academy
defense which held them to only six points. Taking advantage of the
young. inexperienced Crusaders. Shelby built up a 31 to 6 lead, which
they held to the end of the game.
ended dismally as the Crusaders
went down into defeat once
until the fourth quarter. when the
Cahawba Christian offense began
to roll. This was the margin of
victory because the Crusaders
were never able to generate a
consistent offense. The defense
spent more time on the field and
it eventually collapsed, as the
Crusaders were defeated 22 to 8.
In the finale, the upset-minded
Crusaders visited the Bessemer 4
Academy Rebels. The Crusaders drew
first blood as Terry
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and raced untouched into the endzone for the game's first score.
However. the offense sputtered and perished because of the inability to
execute soundly and consistently. Although the mighty Crusaders fought
gallantly, Bessemer Academy just would not be denied a victory. The
score , 50-22, does not justly reflect the efforts put forth by our team and
coaches in the most spirited game of the season.
PRA C TI CE
AND SCHOOL SPIRIT
have always characterized
Falth's cheerleaders and tl' z
1974-75 squad was no exception.
The squad was led by Miss Cathy
Langston, head cheerleader,
through a long hot summer of
practice. They planned original
pep rallies for each game,
including special skits produced
in cooperation with the Pep
Club. The Homecoming Pep
Rally outshone previous ones.
with a faculty cheering team and
the "Mtmchkins. "
The cheerleaders were also
responsible for providing the
spirit stick competition each
week , which sparked student
Mrs. Nancy Brown and Mrs.
Audrey Goff served the
cheerleaders as sponsors.
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Langston, Sr.: Peggy Langston. Jr.g Patsy Ingram, Soph.g Cindy Ste-
phens, Soph.: Sindy Watkins, Soph.g and Rhonda Brewer, Fr. made up
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Bishop, Don Rosser, Gary Brown.
Page 59 - John Reed, Bobby Pat-
The 1974-'15 "net-strippers" of
Faith High, coached by John
McCarver, continued to exem-
plify the fundamental but superb
basketball. The defending
champions of District 7 , main-
tained descipline and poise in the
fight for yet another district
crown and a birth in the state
play offs. B
Bob Patterson and Kelly Dial sup-
plied the major offensive power,
while Rosser, Casey, and Bishop
applied the defensive pressure on
opponents. Faith's hoopsters,
trying for their second district
championship in a row, aimed at
another state playoff spot. In
some big games of the district
race, the ability Ccont.J 59
LEFT TO RIGHT - Dewayne
Casey, Allen Roy, Chris Shaw,
Cleon Headley, Glen Pierson,
kenny Sizemore Gary Martin.
KNEELING - John McCarver
Cheerleaders - Kathy Mize,
Valerie Johnson. KNEELING -
Tracey Ford. Natalie Reeves.
Jerri Lynn Carter.
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to move the ball around in a set-
up offense proved victorious for
the Crusaders including two big
victories over arch-rival
Bessemer Academy. The
Crusaders competed in the
Shelby Invitational Tournament
with Bob Patterson and Kelly Dial
being named to the all
tournament team. for their
excellent play in competition.
MISS KAREN BARTLETT
The Ineffable Beaugf of
Miss Patgf H ulgan
The 1974-75 H omeeoming Festivities
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concluded with the crowning of
the beautiful Miss Patty Hulan as
Homecoming Queen of Faith'
High School. Patty accepted the
scintillating crown from Mr. Don
Bristow during the convivial
half -time festivities of the
Cahaba Christian game. The
seventeen year old brownette,
whose hobbies are cheering and
motorcycle riding, also received
a bouquet of roses. Her Lady-in-
Waiting was Miss Peggy
Langston. These two were
selected by popular vote of the
student body and endorsed by the
L. to R. QTOP ROWD - Lady-in-
Waiting Miss Peggy Langstong
Sophomore - Miss Connie Wil-
liamsg Freshman - Miss Vicki
Brown: 8th grade - Miss Valerie
Johnsong and 7th grade - Miss
Competition Carries the
L. to R. CTOP ROWJ - 'Irh grade - Kathy Mize.
CBOTTOM ROWJ - Seniors - Pat Edmonds, Robin Marlow
and Cindy Warren.
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other Homecoming festivities were highlighted by Stomp 'Em
Day, sock-it-to- 'Em Day, Mourning Day, Green and White
Day , and finally the pep rally. During the pep rally, seven
of our teachers, decked in bobby socks , cheered our team to
victory. However, that man called "Victory" was not on
hand for the game, which ended dismally. So much for
Homecoming Week 1974-75.
L. to R. QTOP ROWJ - Sophomore - Jeanine Burgin, Junior -
Denise Stone, Junior - Sharon Weston, 8th grade - Natalie
Reeves, Freshman - Kim Roy, and Sophomore - Sindy Wat-
ops! and Downs At the
Stupendous S katin g Pary
The first Annual Skating Party , held in October, was sponsored
by the yearbook staff. Its objectives were to bring out the
togetherness and participation of our students and to reward all
those fortunate ones who purchased yearbooks. Needless to say,
both of these were accomplished. However, there were always
those painful ups and downs. Steve Bradley, the worst skater, and
Rhonda Brewer, the best skater, were awarded prizes for their
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one of the school's greatest highlights, as in
past school years. Each grade participated
and many others were associated with pro-
jects in the event. The 10th grade seemed
to be the best "money makers," raising
3163. 33. The most widely accepted of all
projects were also the most peculiar. One
was a junk car sponsored by the Spanish Club
- a great smash in more ways than one! The
other was a nerve-racking spook house spon-
sored by the Seniors. The Fall Festival is
always a great opportunity for each class and
club to relieve itself of financial worries.
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The 5th Annual Miss Crusader Beauty Walk was held on December
13th at the Bessemer Auditorium. The pageant is sponsored each
year by the yearbook staff. The Master of Ceremony was Mr. Larry
Adcock of WDJ C radio station. Patty Hulgan, selected Miss
Crusader 1975 by a panel of judges, is a member of the Letter Club
and the National Beta Club. Patty received a crown, a S50 gift
certificate, a silver bracelet, and a bouquet of Christmas
carnations. She competed with the other contestants in sportswear
and evening appearance, poise, beauty, personal interviews, and
L. to R. CTOP ROWJ - lst-runner-up - Miss Sherry Goffg 2nd-run-
ner-up and Miss Congeniality - Cathy Langstong 3rd-runner-up -
Miss Connie Williams: and 4th-runner-up - Miss Vicki Brown.
Page '70, L. to R. - Karen
Bartlett, Lady Hill, Jerrie
Lynn Carter, Tena Gentry,
Renea Nelson. Jeanine Burgin,
Janice Pack. Dean Sullivan.
Sharon Weston, Cindy
Stevens, Robin Marlow,
Teresa Doyle. Tracey Ford,
Kathy Mize, and Kay Jones.
Page 71, The Top Five:
Judges, Mr. Roger Smith, and
Mrs. Barbara Porter.
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The 1974-'75 Miss Crusader is the ever-popular Miss Patty Hulgan.
She is a member of the Beta Club , Letter Club, Pep Club, and a
varsity cheerleader. She was also selected "Most Beautiful" in the
Senior Who's Who, and is this year's Homecoming Queen.
Senior representatives , and
five of the top ten are L. to R.
- Senior - Janice Pack, Junior
- Beverly Burchfield,
Freshman - Kim Roy, Senior -
Robin Marlow, 8th grade -
Darla Scroggins. Junior -
Peggy Langston, and
Sophomore - Kim Cochran.
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The 1974-1975 Who's Who are as
follows: Most Athletic - Denise
Spratt and Bob Patterson QNOT
SHOWJ - Best All Around - Cathy
Langston and Steve Bradley: Most
Studious - Annette Brewer and
Steve Minor: Most School Spirit '-
Mitchell Guy and Janice Pack.
Page 79, L to R, QTOP ROWJ -
Best Christian Character - Robin
Marlow and Greg Harmony Most
Talented - Darlene Newton and
Donny White CNOT SHOWN Most
Beautiful and Most Handsome -
Durrell Smith and Patty Hulgang
Best Dressed - Joey Strachan and
Who's Who Ccontinuedb Wittiest -
and Pat Edmonds: Most Likely to
Succeed - Cindy Warren and John
Reed: Biggest Flirts - Joy Allen
and Johnny Knox
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ROW 1, L to R - Patty Hulgan, John Reed , Cathy Langston. ROW 2 -
Robin Marlow, Sherry Goff, Bob Patterson, and Pat Edmonds. ROW 3
Steve Bradley, Kavin Bishop and Kelly Dial
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Cindy Warren: Class Officers -
CTOP ROWJ - Keith Harmon,
Terry Ledbetter, Bob Patterson,
Steve Bradley. CBOTTOM ROWJ -
Janice Pack, Sherry Goff, Dar-
lene Newton, Greg Harmon,
Mitchell Guy, Cindy Warren,
Annette Brewer, and Pat
Edmonds. CROW 25 L to R - Trea-
surer - Pat Edmonds. and Secre-
tary - Annette Brewer.
Page 83, L to R, QROW lj - His-
torians - Sherry Goff and Mitc-
hell Guy: President - Bob Patter-
song Vice President - Steve Brad-
leyg Lawyers - Terry Ledbetter
and Janice Packg Prophets - Keith
Harmon and Darlene Newton
Joy Renee Allen
Beta Club - 10, 12: Newspaper - 8:
Pep Club - 9: Biggest Flin - Senior
Who's Who: Cheerleader - 9.
Kavin Lynn Bishop
Letter Club - 9, 10, 11, 12: Basketball
- 9,1O, 11, 12: Football - 9,10, 11:
Student Council - 12: Favorite - 10:
Senior Favorite .
Carl Stephenson Bradley
Beta Club - 9, 10, 11, 12: Letter Club
- 11, 12: Football - 11: Senior Class
Vice-Pres. : Senior Class Favorite:
Senior Class Who's Who Best All
Around: Student Council Vice-Pres.
Patricia Annette Brewer
Cheerleader - 12: Senior Class Secre-
tary: Beta Club - 9, 10 fSecretaryJ,
12: Pep Club - 9, 101Vice-Pres.J:
Spanish Club - 9, 10 fVice-Pres.J:
Crusaders for Christ - 9: Annual Staff -
9, 10: Girls Basketball - 10: Powder-
puff Football - 10: Senior Who's Who-
Most Studious: Nominee for Society of
Outstanding American High School
Bertha Denise Brooks
Who's Who - 10: Pep Club - 11: Tri-
Hi-Y CTreasurerD - 12.
Gary Lamar Brown
Football - 9, 10, 11, 12: Basketball -
9, 10, 11, 12: Letter Club - 9,10,
Roger Keith Casey
Letter Club - 9, 10, 11, 12: Baseball -
9, 10, 11, 12: Football - 12: Basket-
ball - 9, 10, 11, 12.
Brian Curtis Dabbs
Annual Staff CAd-Selling Awardp - 10:
Beta Club - 11.
Robin Lorraine Dennis
Hobby Club - 9: Future Business Lead-
ers of America - 10: Journalism Club -
11: Tri-Hi-Y - 12.
Ivie Kelbz Dial
Letter Club - 9, 10, 11, 12: Senior
Favorite - 12: Baseball - 11: Basketball
- 10, 11, 12: Football - 11.
Patricia Lynn Edmonds
Annual Staff - 9, 10: Homecoming
Court - Clst Alternatel 10: Class Repre-
sentative - 12: Miss Lipscomb Contest
- 9: Student Advisory Staff - 9, 10:
Spanish Club - 11: CPresident5 - 12:
Journalism - 11: Class Treasurer - 12:
Senior Favorite: Wittiest. Senior Who's
Sherry Lynn Goff
Spanish Award - 10: Beauty Walk - 9,
10th-Grade Beauty: First Alternate in
Miss Crusader Contest - 12: Beta Club
- 9, 10 CSecretaryD, 12: Cheerleader -
9, 10 CCo-Headj, 12: Athletic Club -
9, 10. 12 fSecretaryJ: Homecoming
Court - 10: Best Dressed - Senior Who's
Who: Spanish Club - 10, 12: Student
Advisory Staff - 10: Historian - 12:
Project Committee - 12. 85
Linda Kay Green
Pep Club - 10: Newspaper Staff - 10:
lournalism Staff - 11: Tri-Hi-Y - 12.
Jesse Randall Hale
Football - 10, 11, 12: Basketball - 11,
12: Baseball - 11: Letter Club - 11:
Annual Staff - 11.
Neal Gregory Harmon
Tri-Hi-Y - 12: Wittiest - Sophomore
Who's Who: Best Christian Character -
Senior Who's Who: Senior Class Chap-
Keith Edward Harmon
Spanish Club - 12: Wittiest - Senior
Who's Who: Class Officer - 12: Annual
Staff Photographer and Section Editor -
Rodney Murray Hayes
Beta Club - 9, 10, 11, 12: Annual
Staff - 10: Art Award - 11.
Patgf Ann H ulgan
Pep Club - 9: Beta Club - 9, 10, 12
Vice President: Cheerleader - 10, 12
Co-Head: Geometry Award - 10: Ath-
letic Club - 10, 12: Most Beautiful -
Senior Who's Who: Homecoming
Queen - 12: Miss Crusader - 12: Senior
Phil? Douglas Kemp
Johnny Floyd Knox
Beta Club - 9: Pep Club - 9: Biggest
Flirt - Senior Who's Who: Tri-Hi-Y
Cathy Lynn Langston
Cheerleader - 8, 9, 10 - Co-Head, 11
and 12 Head: Sophomore Favorite:
Beta Club - 9, 10, 11, 12 - President:
Athletic Club - 9, 10, 11, 12: Beauty
Walk 10, Miss Congeniality and Sec-
ond Alternate - 12: Girls' State - 11:
Student Council - 9: Activity Council
- 11: Homecoming Court - 11: Teach-
ers Aid 10, 11, 12: Best All Around -
Seniors Who's Who .
Gerrie Lynn Lawson
Cheerleader - 9: Student Council - 9:
News Paper Staff - 9: Annual Staff - 9:
Tri-Hi-Y - 12.
Robin Lynn Marlow
Best Christian Character - Senior
Who's Who: Senior Favorite: Home-
coming Court - 12: Tri-Hi-Y President
- 12: Beauty Walk - 12: Office Assist-
ant - 12: Pep Club - 11: Nominee for
Society of Distinguished American
High School Students - 11, 12: Mixed
Chorus - 10.
Cheryl Annette Miller
Junior Beta Club - 9: Tri-Hi-Y - 12:
Journalism Staff Page Editor - 12: Jun-
ior High Choir - 9: Science Club - 9.
Steve Alan Minor
Theresa Darlene Newton
Pep Club - 9: Choir - 9: Choir - 9: Art
Club - 9: Student Council Representa-
tive - 9: Red Cross - 9: National Junior
Honor Society - fPresidentJ - 9: Ser-
vices to School Award - 9: Beta Club -
10, 12: Spanish Club - 9, 10, 12:
Honor Roll - 9, 10, 12: Teacher's Aid
- 9: "Most Talented" in Senior Who's
Who: Senior Class Prophet.
Football - 11, 12: Athletic Club - 11,
Janice Marie Pack
Senior Class Lawyer: Most School
Spirit in Senior Who's Who: Beta Club
- 9, 10, CSecretary-Treasurerj 12:
Annual Staff - 9, CCo-Editorj 10, fEdi-
torb 12: Office Assistant - 9: Beauty
Walk Contestant - 12: Crusaders for
Christ - 9: Serve Our School Award -
February "l4: Nominee and Society of
Outstanding American High School
Students: DAR Good Citzenship Award
Janice Anita Parton
Pep Club - 9: Spanish Club - 11:
Teacher's Aid - 11: Journalism Staff
Reporter - 12: Beta Club - 12: Annual
Staff Section Editor - 12.
Robert Earle Patterson
Football - 9: Basketball - 9: Student
Council - 9: Good Citzenship Award -
9: Basketball - 10: Football - 11: Bas-
ketball - 11, 12: President of Senior
Samuel Thomas Piazza
Journalism - 10, 11.
John David Reed
Basketball - 9, 10, 11, 125 Football -
10, 11, 12: Baseball- 11, 125 Class
President - 10, 115 President Student
Council - 125 Beta Club, Spanish Club5
Athletic C1ub5 Spanish National Honor
Societyp Who's who - Most Likely to
Theresa Darlene Riley
Library Assistant: Choirg Journalism
Staff: National Honor Society at Huey-
town5 Beta Club - 11, 125 Tri-Hi-Y -
12: Teachers Aid - 12.
Denise Lynn Spratt
Teachers Aid - 12: Presidents Physical
Fitness Award - 125 Tri-Hi-Y - 125
Who's Who - Most Athletics - 125 Girls
Basketball Team - 10.
John Joseph S trachan, Jr.
Who's Who - Best Dressed - 125 Beta
Club - 125 Senior Representative to
Student Council - 125 Band at Jess
Lanier - 95 Serve Our School Award -
September, 1974-125 31 in Jazz Band
Competition - 95 31 in Marching Band
Competiton - 95 Kappa Club at Jess
Lanier - 9.
Tina Hogg Strong
Hobby Club - 95 Drama Club - 105
Journalism - 115 Who's Who - Best
Mannered - 105 Beauty Walk - First
Alternate - 11.
"lt is the substance of things hoped for, The
evidence of things not seen."
We hope for security
but first for love .
Love cannot be heard , seen, or handled.
Only hoped for.
Is it in vain? the evidence is'not seen.
But with our FAITH
Love can be achieved .
Beta Club - 10, 12: Samford Swim-
ming Team - 12: Senior Class Poet,
Most Likely to Succeed - Senior Who
Who: 12th Grade Representative in
Debra Susan Warren
Annual Staff - 95 Pep Club - 9: Sophc
more Class Secretaryg Tri-Hi-V - 12
Senior Class Poet
To us seniors, September 1973, will always be a time well worth remembering as we
excitedly began our junior year in a new building at Coleman Lakes. We were brought together
from various walks of life to form the future senior class of 1975. As we ordered class rings we
began to realize that we were soon to become "Big Seniors."
The following year brought even more excitement. Our senior class, totaling 44, was to be
the best yet. Spirit was high with the seniors winning the spirit stick several times. Seniors
were well represented in athletics: four senior cheerleaders, several senior football players,
and all players were seniors, except one , on the basketball team. A number of seniors held
positions in school clubs such as: "F" Club, Beta Club, Spanish Club, Hi-Y, and Student
Council. Our Homecoming Queen and our Miss Crusader along with lst and 2nd alternates were
We learned to accept responsibility, in order to raise money for our Senior Trip, through our
successful magazine sale and other projects.
Too soon came the time to order invitations and caps and gowns. We then realized our senior
year was coming to a fast close and we would never pass this way again. It was up to us to
make the most of our last few months together.
True, our walks of life were different but we left with a very, close bond of friendship.
Last Wi!! and Testament
We the class of 1975 being of sound body and almost sound mind do hereby bequeath the
following to those sadly left behind:
To: Mrs. Askew, Cindy Warren leaves her current events notebook with the hope that
she'll have to read all 562 articles word for word.
To: Retta Cottingham, and Linda Watkins, Susie Warren and Tina Strong leave their first
year of married life in school.
To: Teresa Doyle, Steve Bradley leaves all his secrets.
To: Rhonda Brewer, Annette Brewer leaves her engagement ring.
To: Don Rosser, Bob Patterson leaves a victorious basketball career.
To: Mike Naramore, Patty Hulgan leaves the famous words - "What am I gonna do?"
To: Everybody, Cathy Langston leaves her most frequently used words, "Tell me!"
To: Sharon Weston, Janice Pack leaves her ability to get out of class.
To: Wendell Harbison, Sam Piaza leaves his previous bus driving experience.
To: Mrs. Edwards, Gary Brown leaves a stack of old absentee sheets.
To: Mr. Bristow, Donny White leaves a doctor's excuse not to shave.
To: Kathy Barger, Joy Allen leaves her thumb nail.
To: Leo Casey, Kavin leaves a natural high.
To: Joey Eargle , Gary Mann leaves his southern accent.
To: Karen Bartlett, Keith Harmon leaves a thought to dwell on.
To: Mrs. Carter, Keith Casey leaves his ability to sell ads.
To: Mrs. Brown, Joey Strachan leaves the elementary P.E. classes.
To: Renea Nelson, Kelly Dial leaves his new car.
To: Keith Crawford, Greg Harmon leaves a pocket full of tracts.
To: Peggy Langston, Linda Green leaves the ability to be the toughest girl in the school.
To: Debbie Patterson, Ricky Johns leaves a box of crayolas.
To: Sindy Watkins, Terry Ledbetter leaves a nephew.
To: Tony Fisher, Robin Dennis leaves a hug and a walk to class.
To: Kenny Sizemore, John Reed leaves his body.
To: Vicki Hunt, Mike Noble leaves a way home from school.
To: George Willoughby, Steve Minor leaves his hair.
To: Robyn Manning, Cheryl Miller leaves her ability to be shy.
To: Jan Parton leaves her ability as a journalist to Kim Cochran.
To: Denise Stone, Lynn Lawson leaves a bottle of "Nice 8a Easy. "
To: Connie Williams, Sherry Goff leaves her ability to avoid wrecks.
To: Beverly Burchfield , Darlene Newton leaves her cut giggle .
To: Mrs. Street, Teresa Riley leaves her typing ability.
To: Dwight Mahan, Phil Kemp leaves another year of typing.
To: Jeanine Burgin, Pat Edmonds leaves the ability to date Don Hartley.
To: David Roper, Mitchell Guy leaves a crumpled fender.
To: Blake Rodney, Hayes leaves his skating ability.
To: Tim Jones, Donald McBrayer leaves his quiet ways. And, Denise Brooks and Johnny
Knox leave fighting.
Here we are celebrating, the ten-year reunion of Faith's graduating class of 1975. This is really a great
event for us since the world renouwned newspaper reporter, Janice Pack, is covering it. The reason for the
greatness of this event is that so many of our classmates' names have become household words. The most
famous being President of the United States, Johnny Knox and the lovely First Lady, Denise Brooks. There
is Kelly Dial who is the mayor of Lipscomb and Linda Green, local policeman.
Many of our fellow students went into the religious ranks. Among them, Phil Kemp who is Mother Supe-
rior of the St. Shannon Convent and on of his most devoted nuns, Joy Allen. Mike Noble, who surprised us
all by becoming minister of Pleasant Valley Baptist Church, is here. Also, Greg Harmon after many years
of hard study has moved far up on the religious ladder: he is now polishing Billy Graham's shoes.
Joey Strachan has gone into the medical field and is now experimenting on how to build the perfect
woman. Cindy Warren who is his assistant, also serves as his chief model.
Steve Bradley just pulled up in his 1985 Cadillac after getting his hair styled by Steve Minor's Hair
Fashions Inc. As Bradley walks in the door he seems to be mumbling, "It will look better when it grows
That looks like Terry Ledbetter over there by the door. Terry just recently came out with the book
"The Do's and Don'ts of False Labor." He seems to be conversing with Susie Warren who owns a computer
Another of our famous classmates, Roger Keith Casey , just finished his latest movie entitled "The Born
Boozers. " Keith is discussing his movie with Donny White , President of Alcoholics Anonymous and Kavin
Bishop, head judge over Brighton Juvenile Court.
At the punch bowl we see Annette Brewer, a famous scientist, working on a cure for hang nail. She
appears to be making eyes at Donald McBrayer, who only yesterday won the lower Brownville Chess
Championship. I think Annette will move on because Denise Spratt who just won a gold medal at the
Olympics for boxing, just walked up.
Over there is that cute couple who recently became engaged , Sam Piazza and Cathy Langston. Sam has
a very secure job as treasurer of the American Tight Wad Association. It is rumored that Sam broke up
with Tina Strong, local snake charmer, because of Cathy's inheritance of a million dollars.
Among the menial workers other class are Randy Hale, local garbage man and Gary Mann, librarian.
Rickey Johns, a Karate instructor, is here with one of his students, Gary Brown. I see Robin Dennis who
works for Burger King talking to Lynn Lawson, a Marine Drill Instructor. Robin seems to be saying "Hold
the pickles, hold the lettuce . . . "
Bob Patterson just came bouncing in, having just purchased the Harlem Globe Trotters. He is escorting
Sherry Goff, the P. E. instructor at Abrams High School.
Coming through the door is that lovely couple Rodney I-iayes and Teresa Riley. Rodney just discovered a
diamond mine to satisfy Teresa's wants. Dashing in behind them is Janice Parton, Fire Inspector for Roo-
sevelt City, screaming "False Alarm."
Sitting near the entrance to the men's room are those two very beautiful, very single young ladies,
Darlene Newton and Pat Edmonds. Pat seemed to be doing pretty well for herself before she was hit by that
steamroller, but Darlene is learning a worthwhile trade from Robin Marlow. Robin is employed by the
Pleasant Palms Massage Parlor.
Last, but by no means least, there is that superduper, good looking man-about-town, the 1985 Mr.
Universe , Keith Harmon. What a man! !
Ruefully, three of our classmates could not make it to the reunion. They are Cheryl Miller who was
placed in prison for child abuse toward the fifth graders of Faith. John Reed , employed by a mirror factory
for the past 10 years, hasn't been seen or heard from since he kissed a mirror and it shattered. Finally, the
lovely Miss Patty Hulgan who weighed 275 pounds, recently passed away. Her doctor said her heart
couldn't carry the load. As the day closes and the reunion draws to an end, I look back and say "I should
have burnt the crummy place down. "
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Owner - NELL BLACKMON
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Birmingham , Alabama
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Bessemer, Alabama 35020
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201 Fourth Avenue Nonh
Bessemer, Alabama 35020
Prize Contributor for the
Yearbook Ad Campaign.
1804 6th Avenue N
Phone 425-8242 or
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2139 Morgan Road
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yearbook ad campaign.
1924 '7th Avenue
1413 lst Avenue N
WESTLAKE STARLING G.
IVY ROMAGER - Manager Truck Professional
909 9th Avenue N. Roy Buckner Chevrolet, Inc.
Bessemer, Alabama 35020 2829 Bessemer Super Hwy.
Phone 424-2240 Bessemer, Alabama 35020
Phone-Bus - 428-4121
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Be er, Alabama
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Birmingham . Alabama
901 5th Street
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Expert Watch Repairing
415 N. 19th Street
1918 6111 Avenue
2023 2nd Avenue
1300 4th Avenue
I. C. CURRY
501 N 20th Street
P.O. Box 37
Mr. Kenny Sizemore.
Of the many awards presented
each year to the students of Faith
High school. the "Crusader"
staff congratulates Miss Janice
Pack. senior, winner of the 1975
C I TIZEN SHIP
This award. Presented annually
to a senior girls recognizes
scholastic excellence ,
outstand1ng'leade1ship in school
affairs. love of country. and
Christian character. Janice,
selected by a faculty committee
through the Iones Valley Cahpter
of the Daughters of the American
g Revolution. exemplifies good
citizenship through her
involvement in church.
community. and school
activities. Janice is a member of
the Senior Who's Who and the
Society of Distinguished
American High School Students.
She is also a S.0.S. recipient.
has served as both editor and co-
editor of the yearbook and fs
secretary of the National Beta
The students of Faith displayed their spe-
cial ability as they were decorated with
many fine honors and awards. The sub-
jects ranged from
Others showed their literary talent
AND SPELLIN G.
Sharon Hughes, a five year old kinder-
gartner of Faith School, was first place
winner in a coloring contest sponsored by
In the Voice of Democracy Contest,
sponsored by the V .F. W. , Tim Jones, a
junior, won first place for his speech,
"My Responsibilities as an American Cit-
In the Alabama Private School Associa
tion District Seven Spelling Bee, three
students placed as winners in the compe-
tition. Second place winner in the fourth
grade level was Ian Blankenship. Second
place winner in the seventh grade level
was Jerri Langford. First place winner in
the eighth grade level was Sharon Mayo.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the V.F. W.
sponsored a Handicap Poster Contest, in
which Deborah Patterson won first place .
Norman Carter, a fourth grader, was
named Lightweight Wrestling Champion
in the Y.M.C.A. Fun Club. He also won
first place in riflery.
Denise Spratt, senior, won the Presi-
dent's Physical Fitness Award.
The Society of distinguished American High School Students allowed
the faculty of Faith to select twelve students as members of America's
Eight were seniors and four were juniors. The students were Joy Allen,
Annette Brewer, Patty Hulgan, Ricky Johns, Robin Marlowe, Steve
Minor, Janice Pack, John Reed, Keith Crawford, Randy Foust, Pam
uarner, and Teresa Sanders.
Those which were chosen filled out a scholarship candidate
information brochure with information concerning their previous
academic and social achievements and family background . Each had to
be in the top ten grade level of his classes. This information was
compared with that of students from
schools in other sections of the country
before the awarding of scholarships.
All candidates were recognized in the
1974-1975 volume of Distinguished
American High School Students.
Mack Kornegay, a sophomore
defensive tackle, was selected to
the Central Alabama Conference
All-Conference football team of
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Annual Staff - page 117, L to R - Starling Hardwick, Marty Noered, Stan Jarratt, Preston Church,
Roy Savage, Gary Scott, Earl Sparks, Joey Eargle, and Cheryl Cornelius. Not Shown: Van Oglesby,
and Leigh Ann Higginbottham. Section Editors hard at work. L to R - Jan Parton, Kathy Mayo, Pam
Garner, Jeanine Burgin, Karen Bartlett, and Keith Harmon Editor's Staff - page 117 - Editor - Janice
Pack: Co-Editor - Kenny Sizemore. Photographers Staff - L to R - Kenny Sizemore, Mark Corn, and
Keith Harmon, page 116.
We , the people of fifth period, in order to improve the yearbook, give special thanks to all the
people who purchased a yearbook and risked their lives at the skating party .
We thank our teachers who stood and skated above and beyond the call of duty.
We shall remember all the effort put into our ad sales and the headaches we gave out advertisers.
Never forgetting our sore feet and our advisor's famous words, "two hundred dollars by two o'c1ock
or you'1l die. "
We spotlight the eighth grade for being 100070 in subscriptions, H
remembering their famous words, "When are you going to buy us a
We close this proclamation with gratitude and appreciation from
the "Crusader" staff to all those who purchased yearbooks and
patiently awaited its arrival.
- Roy Savage , on behalf
of the yearbook staff
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CON CL USI ON
MISS JANICE PACK.
Sing ci Song.
Sing out Louol
Sing out Strong.
Sing of Good Things,
Sing a Song.
Make it Simple,
To last your whole Ije long.
Don'I worry that ifs not gooo' enough,
For anyone else to hear.
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Sing cz Song
Let the world
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Sing a Song.
M czke it simple
T0 Iastyour whole Ije long.
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Faith! Sing cz Song!
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We are indebted to the many people who helped in making this yearbook
a success. First, we are grateful to Taylor Publishing Company and Mr.
Roger Smith, who is our representative. Second we would like to thank
Belmont Studios for their dependable service and co-operation with us.
Then , our thanks are due to all those who participated in the Beauty
Walk, including the emcee, Mr. Larry Adcock. the judges, Mrs. Joyce
Simmons, Mrs. Barbara Porter, and Mr. Roger Smith, Mr. Ross Mize,
who was the custodian, and all others whom we have failed to mention.
Within the school we thank Mr. Don Bristow, our administrator: Mrs.
Faye Street for allowing us to use the typing facilities. Mrs. Carter our
advisor, all of our advertisers and photographers. Finally, we thank the
hard-working section editors for the unending hours they spent preparing
their sections. The section editors were Janice Pack, Kieth Harmon,
Karen Bartlett, Kenny Sizemore ,'Pam Garner, Jeanine Burgin, and Jan
Parton. Janice and Keith are to '
be thanked for the many special trips
they made to Belmont Studios, and
Kenny Sizemore for writing all these
crisp, quality words.
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