Forest Park High School - Retrospect Yearbook (Forest Park, GA)

 - Class of 1979

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vw-rm .HX "Highlights in Retrospect" is the kind of atmosphere you receive at Forest Park. There are over 30 clubs, organizations and sports activities to be involved in. And so, in order that you may remember your year here, we proudly present the 1979 Retrospect. 78 79 RETROSPECT STAFF Rhonda Lanier Co Editor Leslie Lemming Lynn Rhodenizer Co Editor Iris McBride Keith Hand Darlene McNish Lea Ann Kelley Class Editor Maureen O Grady Business Manager Joy Reeves Diane Rlberich Cathy Strickland Angle Shelton Dawn Bennett Beth Sledge Sandra Callaway Sales Manager Terry Pylant Angela Diamon Secretary Brian Weeks Mrs Terry Magaro Sponsor Our thanks to the following people for their assistance in this book to Mr Amick for always listening to our needs to Susan Cole for lending us her photographs to Randy Cook for expanding our ideas in the Sports Section to Sgt Couch for the use of his ROTC photographs to Mrs Laney for keeping our pocketbook above the water to Steve Maxwell for drawing up our ideas to Pete Smith for his overnight development service to the Senior Class Officers for helping us to continue the tradition of Senior Color to Mrs Worley for checking our writing ability to Maggie Warner for making sure that it all came back in one piece and to Mr Dan Troy for making this book be a wonderland of color Special thanks to John Blubaugh for his talented works of art Copyright 0 1979 by Rhonda Lanier and Lynn Rhodenizer and the Forest Park Senior High Administration All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without express written permission from the editors or the School Administration . . 1 . . , . 1 - 7 , . l ' 1 v J , . 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" i V'-'Pxk . g Q rt' T V .aH".- .QQ 'Qi' isp.. 5. V 5 wt ' if at. ' 1' ' t . ,gas ng .. V9 'WJ A is . "tdL.,4qigf'-:gz:.,v M :QQ 'fa ' . , Throughout the exciting week of Homecoming, many beautiful cre- ations are produced. These are the fabulous floats built by the many groups at our school. Building floats is alot of hard work, but also a lot of fun. The Drama Club placed first, An- nual Staff took second, Beta Club was awarded third and Honorable Mention went to the Chorus. The fun- niest thing that happened while we were working on the band float was when we painted Kevin Day's face with glue Janelle Butler. lt's im- portant to be represented in the pa- rade because it tells the meaning of Homecoming . . . Chris Hanie. Work- ing on floats shows spirit Ken Loach. I think working on our float . To ,.l,,i, was ..,,,s ,- brought us closer together because H ' ssrp g we were always around each other C P f Danny H'Zge'a'd' ass ii a , ltsll T . C ' K. C tl .S T psl. 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Team Appreciation Day on Thursday was climaxed by the largest Homecoming Parade ever at Forest Park and a spirit building bonfire. Firday came very slow for the students as everyone was anxious for the big evening to begin. Along with Home- coming that night was the Jonesboro game and at halftime we were on the way to a victory. The Homecoming Court was featured during g i 1 fx KG' - K 3 'K ,ff ' M x V , .W W X h Q J, 5 iii Q- . T H iiii T .1 If 'I "'!- 3 'wxxxx L' """" ""' lwliqi"lln- il 4-4,f"' Q gay halftime with Fran Clark being crowned Queen and Princesses Wendy Twilley and Lana Goss. The night was brought to a perfect end with a score of Forest Park 18 and Jonesboro 13. Continuing with the spirit of Homecoming was the dance. Student Council introduced a theme for the entire year, "Panthers Stand Tall Over All." Homecoming was a time of coming closer together with your friends and even people you don't know. lt was a time of spirit and love for our school and each other . . . April Street. On backwards day everybody wanted a change, for a change . . . Mark Lewis. ,J ...Ma me wi -ri CTW l .4 Sli 5. A 15-1111 ,rg p l.+7?f 1 A? f ' x klftsxq X' - vi, f 2 'mr W., A l' 2551, 1 l L qi if " " ,, r ' if r as V" i Y V Y .fa D. fx - ' , Opening! 13 wm!S,Af3e2ii1 f , , X ,mai Q ,. A ..X. A .A J ,M -4-ww , x 'F . X lim X xx 4. KX S 54 QE 'Q ln N 'K sg 5 . y' A, rn 9' if .A -5 ' ggi, A S'm 5 'env . W sf, 1- X 7' K1 " Y ' K- x Q 1 X' 1 5 'fix 2 1 3 'mfr up If S .1 I' ' ' X ' si' NQ4 is 5 a X 'Q 5 'S iw'- '5 NNW is + Q f w Q I , kos? 3 R z. Q 3, 4 ' Q 14 W' fri, ?,',2+u .92 17 M t SIAM ' sf Wg 5 di'- .' fl f'b x4 T 'A' J 2.4 963. 5 Forest Park has all kinds of graffiti. Writing on the walls desks murals of all kinds posters and much more. Graffiti seems to be an everlasting fad here at Forest Park. The poster that was hung up during Homecoming was attacked by the Panther mobs within seconds. Stu- dents here at F.P. love the thrill of writing on everything except paper. Some stu- dents write their life story on a desk or wall. My most favorite piece of graffiti at F.P. are the paintings on the walls . . . Anonymous. I like the way Forest Park has their graffiti, it makes the school seem brighter Edie Runyan. vii? r 'igz QYAHFY fa' E , , 5 ' 'V if if ,, 1.21 4' it .f f , 5. time Ep. QW' ' if ' Afzvva -if 'v lwwdwwvww ,W ,, Opening I T5 ..x ., xx 'X . I 1 j' ,..f wx 5 x-', A 9 ' wx k mfwycfw fjawbvif LZ. M ,5 'gy T16 A, 'CM , ,JV in , 1 WH, , ,NU "',FT 'lid iff' L,uif',z4. f :J .ln 7744111 fl JC 106 ,jznmffxnf ,jj QU W f 1 miwwl A of. 1 pf fl.: vm 1 N 7. .QL Jwlimf F .T 0 Ja nfs, 3 GU ffvefllmgi Filfffhi ff. , ., Marg 50 7 I 4 's S5 .XP 1 Mxwqwsf.-5-f if .4...-,. , 3 ff- 'J 5 ,ff wtxx 'Q X 2 gi' 4 i ' 7,,, mgi? z M W ,,,,,,,.. .,... , v.. K 5 1 Ill! XL Y 5 A Ru W" sw X L V, ne '14 A 4' 1 ,. A n .. ,: win ll ww. L X Sf' EJ 4, A" My 7774, infzlfb I, AM? " ,Q NJ, '1!- uf-, V, 1 vfjq Ljfnncf ., J-f ,f-Q 4 5 gJ,.u5-JL-fx A ,A - ' , N Q. ,Q 11.11 4..,.I,w',a' 4 ' L. ,,l.- f vz J -L 'L AJAXJJ 1 ff ,lff Q! 4, SC Ad. V 5' E' ' , 4,4 14. , - ' ffl-'vp' ' LA.f' f 1 ' X. Cm 50 V1 Ag, My f ,L x L am ' ,, A Sr 'Q 1 .-lkfx ,,,.f' ,,..- lv ,,,, . if' N al I X 6 18 ! Opening Curls, curls, curls . . . Everywhere you look you see some- body with some type ot curls. There are those with long and loose curls. What about those short and sweet curls? Don't forget the weak and wavy curls. You can't miss those frail and frizzy curls. Yes, curly hair has really hit FPSH this year and only the hairdressers know for sure whose is natural. I believe the curly hair is a direct result of Stevie Nicks of Fleetwood Mack . . . Mark Fowler. lllll :STI El ri' tl . ..-.Q . ll. 1 H.. ri: t 'fi it I feel there are so many new hairstyles because people like to be individuals Suzanne Darracott. I think the curly hairstyles are very different . . . Sabrina Lamberth. At first the curly hairstyles were supposed to make people look different but now if you don't have curly hair you're the one who's different . . . Tina Jones. People love to change their appear- ance in any way possible but some ought to face the fact, it's just impossible Gail Sisson. I love the curly hairstyles. Some people look better with this type than others, especially guys! Robyn McWilliams. I enjoy curly hair . .. Bob Hurst. Onsome people the curly hairstyles look good on them but on some people it just doesn't fit their style . . . Machelle Jones. I wish I had curly hair -- straight hair is too hard to do anything with . . . Diane Riberich. Curly hairstyles are alright if that's what turns ya' on . . . Andy Hannah. ' W, f' xi. , I , I, V ' , 1 v lil' , as I ,I ,lj ' 1 'I l" I' IGH Jin HB1 - Opening!19 DEDICATION - 1 . 1 .Y Msg Amman WQJHH f f 141' gl f my ,Q 1 n "ff- , 3 Q13 J" ' N -.rg ff "Q.Lll-"4 ' 43, A Y: 'A A-,1-wf' 2515 mjiff-an . 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Ki . it .fr,-f.v..gi,?,,c,n M L, 5 if 1- 1 , K, A W- . .1 ' mpg., ,A 4 fi' Y 3 TA 'M - .. Rfk , '.'Qf5,3i vf,M'2h?.,j:'f', af .4 2 , , i. ' ,g 4 f- . .4 - "' VF, f ' A. ' LW .Q as "A'b,.Mf- .vi .. N i wir, i.'f':f'i-f f me' an . E . ' ' my W ? V U fi' 0 O Q :PQ 9 Q-9 9 PMI!!! hail! Here at Forest Park Senior High there are many organizations Being in an organization keeps a person in volved Even though it takes a lot of time and hard work to have a good organization, it is a very self-satisfying experience to know that your contri- bution has benefited the entire school. Membership in a school orga- nization can be the highlight of a stu- dent's year. it ,, . Yi" fr S t Bs 'tx kbps 1 SQL r I 3'f'Q,",' fff D nal, I 04. Fl' .',,,.u f-X, f', K .arxfff fl l U . fi .,,. A H ,tx f? ev f'-Qi ,, ff and A ' ' f ki' Q G J 1 'Q 1 l 422' 5 ,. x I 'in J 'U 5 ' W- A P J '-ii .gs if . Y -, 4 4 ,. .Mfr--. --,.- nr-,rf .s 'NL' '..,.g'. "F 5553 3 , gui, V 'f - Q dnt,-V ,-,k,:..,g- , 1. - ,x,1.,, ., r -K5,3,.f1'b.-if ,, 4 . I A f-'1'::z:::, YQPNNXXXX X 5 Q W v SMX " 'ai' Front row QL. to RI: Lu Fambrough, Donna Maffett, Teresa Taylor, Fran Clark, Mrs. Collier fsponsorj, Tammy Davis, Diane Winters, Sandra Welch Back row QL. to Rl: Bruce Beaulieu, Brett Harte, Mike Griffin, Mike Kilgore, Phillip Wynne. -, Q if it I -7 9!fA'i'i I am very proud that Forest Park is the President School of the state. lt is a real honor . . . Mike Griffin. I think Student Council helps the students by providing activities that each student will enjoy Diane Winters. I think the other mem- bers of Student Council help out a lot. Usually when I have a question, I ask Fran because she really has her stuff togeth- er Sandra Welch. One of the many things that stand out in my mind from camp is when we gave Brett ten seconds to pick up a girl . . . Teresa Tay- ior, Being President School is a lot more work, but it is well worth it . . . Brett Harte. I real- ly like Grandma Collier best . . . Bruce Beaulieu. I definitely think that Student Council helps the school by trying to get people involved . . . Lu Fambrough iv! lf' f? ' A X Q as K . 1. 4 fi ,- wr l . . Q 4 g V ,I X Q X Q .lr up l ' L Q Clit .T . . , it Q5 '- L S k fi ff Ir , A L I .i . I to I I L llll I l. ll! lil ,lr 1151.1 Senior representatives, Front row QL. to RJ: Connie Wiggins, Jean Burris, Paula Cowan, Kathy Hargis, Pam Robertson, Rhonda Lanier, Sharon Black, Lisa Rayner, Mary James, Wendy Twilley, Jane Derrick, Kim Retting. Back row tl.. to RJ: Don Allen, Lana Goss, Teresa Miller, Cathy Strickland, Pam Lee, Lisa Garret, Gary Mosley, Sandra Kaingser, Chris Bell, Frank Penley, William Tomasello, David Jayne. i..f.fft " ...,.t,- ...N ..., V - -W---wr - The Student Council at Forset Park does many things for the school. People do not realize how hard they work during the year to make things better for the school and the study body. This year's Student Coun- cil is the State President for the GASC. Even though this is additional hours of hard work, the Student Council is proud and happy to provide state leader- ship and bring further recognition to FPSH. Last sum- mer the officers went to the Berry Leadership Work- shop. Mrs. Collier is the director of this workshop. This year they have sponsored Sophomore Orientation, Homecoming Week, Basketball Spirit Week, Opera- tion Merry Christmas, published the Student Directory, and many other activities. 0 fi WNV Mrs, Collier. Sponsor K V,,, 4 . 'Q 'LW ,X 2 an W.. me t.t,sfs,.wm I ' E . L F .... .-v........,.., ...N 5 -. K in L. , mf 5 , N iv-:Q Y W Junior representatives Front row QL. to RJ: Rhonda Harris Gina Edge Mosha McAbee Laura Watson Alisa Orr Cindy Benifield Tanya Ivie Kim Purkey Kathy Chapman Dan Slagle, Sandra Calloway Diane Riberich Dawn Bennett. Back row QL. to RJ: Sabrina Lambreth Laura Thomas Suzanne Ford Pam Gossage Laura Lyeriy Mary Muntean, Mack Covert Paui Davis Vanessa Arnoid Farrar Wood. Kathy Brock Janice Seale Jan Thomas. N J Y' X. ,u f fg .fewsxws3t 7 imc A Twp.-' ' "W L L , ,f -1-M N- S -6 - L .A -.ass .3 NX x ,-anl 5..- News-sl 1 y -' , E it l tw -I f vv-ey' f X :J H -J 1 A 5 an Q 1 I. ze is f sf 8 .3 - L f A :svn gy: Sophomore representatives, 1st row QL. to Fl.l: Scott Hopson, Frank Sullivan, Scott Morrow, Rusty Phillips, Vicki Stevens, Mike Twoomey, Gail ' Sheffield, Wanda Childress, Nancy Manning, Laura Mergens. 2nd row QL. to Rl: Teddy Langley, Jeff Foster, Robin Brown, Kim Hartsfield, Robin James, Judy Floache, Jenny Dushku, Shawanda Powers, Amy Gross, Ginger Cannon, Shelby Allen, Kim Williams, Joy Blanford. VELL r ir-' N-4573 A6 'tiff gn..-"' I ll in 5 Il ui . 0. , U" 0 W is' 2 ss 'O 1 n lx Q9 as an gg: 'ic v ' S 'Q : cn' 'ztfguwf If , y'nsn.vQH 'I ' fmt E it I 1 5 is x wi 3 I A , .1 aff, 5 xt? s W- 'F - t .X .z- . .mg . sz. .. ,, . .. ,, Q,x -gm 'ki' . . '41 . kg H ' . Q 9' s f FAQ N' I .. .mmf I 'RSV i ff.. . ' .if j f w jz. Q K ' X . tx x X if jeff--.2542-" gf' .. m -,neva I 7 its fic ai w .X xis?.'.a,z Esisfhiisfiticfg LL to RJ: Denise Smith, Joy Aiken. Jodie Lee, Susan Smith, Vickie Stevens and Deann Moye. 1'-ffifr I ' 1 H . H' . n'n1 . s s I' wx' I t' rftfrt M, l ll I U, t. ...m i t it sl JR - Cheerleading is different be- cause you get to lead everbody else in boosting their spirit as well as your own Joy Akin. Our sponsor Ms. Wall is really great! She spends alot of time with us and she is just like a mother Jodie Lee. I think cheerleading is the best organization at school be- cause we help get the spirit stirred up. What good is a school without pride and spirit . . . Vickie Stevens. I think our organization is just as good as the others, but not neces- sarily better. I think it takes all the clubs together to make a success- ful club Anonymous. I think Ms. Wall is a really great person who will listen to your problems . . . De Ann Moye. I love cheering because it really keep me involved Denise Smith. Cheerleading shows spirit and leadership . . . De Ann Moye. W . 4 4 MAA .K ,1 miata' Q1 k 1 'Q S., I 2' 2 it -'A-A L if 1 5 ' nf 4 " i 49 49 'QS' 1 , . Denise Smith - Co-Captain Vickie Stevens - Co-Captain . L t ,., 'V 1 U 1' A Q X 5 X ' U ,, sim- Aw P' M i A i My f N , ' I ,A ' Jodie Lee - Captain 2 f i , E I f if Q . Q 'P ' fgy i ' ett f i 1 we ' wi ll ,S !f x , , A x ' fl Joy Aiken 5 'i - , y , i 461' ' 4-r Deam MOYG Susan Smith . AI . .V iv v.xiaL,vg ?.'L. . Ag V4 j k fi?-'lu .VSV ,:, , i' i i f 1 ' at we ' ' " 4, . 4 - . rx 1 P. 553 .iw M-i Nf l.: Ea t vrkif Y '25 '-Theft V . , ,W-it lr' J . 5 ,ii AXP?" Ai- 'Q-q-, X v M f X t 'ft JIRF' Q5 gf 1 ., ,.. 3 i e t 'ii' 211. ur- ' ,, A A - .tm i F H Agua! PL'Lw I j,"V.,.A.-.1 ,,.e.,Q,m..f4.4lt A"-' N" A yi D.:- 1 Q I I a 'W' Ms. Wall, Sponsor .JL 1st row fL to Ry: Paula Cowan, Robin Roberson, Laura Thomas, Tina Hearn, Kathy Hargis. Ivie and Sandy Horne. .X ff Ei kk., ,, X V -vi ,W . ..:LQ is 2nd row QL to RJ: Mosha McAbee, Connie Autrey, Lisa fidig'-,V ' .4 -k 1. -me -2' !7 r ' 4.-gaanklfawr N" a -an 35135. fi Ms. Wall, Varsity Sponsor , Iii? Robin Roberson, Sr. Captain 1 I --.-.1 Tina Hearn, Jr. Co-Captain Paula Cowan. Sr. lv Ml ' ru Kathy Hargis, Sr A Co-Captain R aaa ii iii ffl! Laura Thomas, Jr. Peppy UOYIHIG HUUSY, df. 1 is I decided to devote my time to cheerleading because I wanted to be involved at school and that seemed to be the best way Kathy Har- gis. Ms. Wall keeps us involved by showing what involvement really means . . . Laura Thom- as. The difference in cheering at varsity games instead of J-V is your cheering to your moth- ers at the J-V games and at varsity games everyones there feven your motherl Lisa lvie. Cheerleading is different from other organizations be- cause we are trying to get spir- it and support for other organi- zations Mosha McAbee. Cheering at a football game is exciting when you look up in the stands and see everyone yelling with you . . . Robin Ro- berson, Sandy l-lor ne, Jr. Q -at , ri rf-'iw Mosha lv1cAbee, Jr ,f Lisa Ivie, Jr. 1 5 wa., ,sl-K' , lst row QL. to RJ: Tawnya Peacock, Penny Pruitt, Michelle DeLoach, 2nd row QL to Rl: Don Hicks, Bonni Adams, Mrs. Gary 1SponsorJ, Christie Oliver, Lisa Rayner, Revell Fraiser, Kevin Kincheloe, Carla Stevens 'l 4... ,wtucnlxwielitreiiiwwdn ,:ff"7W'7' .if-wr ,. - :f-... A. A ',-,4x. ,JT f1'gm?'f"' 'W - vga , ,rj 2 if ,, ' V M W . 'W' H- " Q . . f 3 l Z hx? I' I' - X In , fr 4 4 ff- 'vs . his 1 f r' W 9 I f Ng, wi X L5 , eg " 1? 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O I ill W NAT ' I fa J' -f 2 ' ii r an i l L L , u 4 gy vw, ,fx . 1, .di . . gFQ, " Sponsor-Mrs W, , my I ff5'sfH a'A x 0 4 JKX f 4 Q x s L i . L K aff, , Z ,. A w ,L , N , . 1 " ' -' 1 i M if l5"fF,'ll'1i al N x Q ' Q A f ,, ' fi L ' " ' , L v ' Y' ' ' ' if V- ,,,,,, T it is , Q ' Q' i B4 A f - . .T-JCL J egfffl,iqslfff:J+tf'etf Q "Y 4' i ix ,,t M :A N K W QV' I , A-A hr: 'Q VVV, it 4 If l ' L . v 1' D L , .. 1st row QL to RJ: Todd Parker, Marsha Toney, Dawn Trobaugh, Lisa Wynne, Barbara Jones, Joe McCarney, Dave Corley, Stacey Bright, Laura Watson QJr, Rep.J, Amy Rettige, Sandra Pate and Sherri Ross. 2nd row QL to Fil: Debbie Webb, Nora Westbrook, Pam Null QJr. Pepq, Robin Pauls, Leslie McKeehan, Cindy Ginn, Melanie Martin, Penny Ansley, Jennifer Cantrell and Sandra Smith QSr, Repj. 1' ' WACWGF-A , -,A f- if Aww .-A 'i T3"'!.S'4i.3 1'v9i-P535 rits "vSi!Wf"fn A , F . H .Fig iii- iii Ill ef' if v gr l ist row QL to Rl: Martha Walls, Nancy Manning QSoph Rep 7 Janelle Butler QPres 3 Johanna Thorton Kelly McCrary, Sarah Lunceford, Pam Kelly and Lisa Jones 2nd row QL to Fil Laurie Tucker Gaye Thomas "va,-iw TQARAHGKQ rmwawihw Doreen Abetya, Cindy Cotter, Kelly Daniels, Denise Dobbs and Antia Bowen In N v lst row lL to Rl: Jerry Wellman, Randy Terrell, Rusty Wilson, Greg Moen, Phillip Wynne, Don Allen, Sharon Pearsey and John Christian. 2nd row QL to RJ: Edie Stanford, Carol Payne, Julie Whitford, Jeff Foster lSoph. Rep.l, Alisa Orr, David Sweeden, Danny Brackett, Terri Flournoy and Lynda Daugherty. ,al v -' r , 1 -l 2 1- 3 L , , w ,,s , I :W . V l . 'Tek' S555 1 ar' - V-,k Q. 'X x , r A u 5 'E L S ,., rv., f 1 . 3' A i 6' it LW it A LLAA 'f L Off' ' S 'i s . - 'N l K I iif-- Qkegf f' I Q WL nd 'D ' S 3 ' 1- it 1st row QL to RJ: Robert Smith, Tony Westbrook, Richard Rice, Chris Smith and Mike Anderson. 2nd row lL to RJ: Marty Christian, Marcus Queen, David Brown, Jett Tabor and Danny Fitzgerald. 1- , 1 CL to RJ: Sponsor - Mr. Tanner, David Miller Ur. Drum Majorl, Kevin Day lSr. Drum Majorl and Sponsor - Mr. Beard. S- '- 35 Yisgiga., Juha Davis, Soph. Donna Sapp. Jr. 3 QL. . ' . v by wr' . ' gg 5' ' - E ' ' K 5- '- ' ' B f 332 eff-fffff W5 11. ,fi -. 3 If A, s-ggxfgw, X . il Ni9'W0,r i f ,: ,Swv 1-'Q ,X gjgzgfh 1? A J fi , A 1 -QMM1 .l X f Kitty Trobaugh, Sr Captain QL to RJ: Mrs. Magaro lSponsorl, Cathy Stnckland, Angela Diamon lsecretaryl, Lea Ann Kelley lClass Edltorj. Diane Riberich, Keith Hand, Sandra Callaway lSaIes Managerl, Lynn Rhodenizer lCo-Editorl, Rhonda Lanier lCo-Editorl, Maureen O'Grady lBusiness Managerj, Danny Karr, Leslie Lemming, Terry Pylant, Brian Weeks, Darlene McNlsh, Joy Reeves, Beth Sledge, Iris McBride, Angle Shelton. b ty-.jt I I mf! xx f I ga A " 2 ' v-4 - - s 7 W l - 2 - z ef A 7 'H s Q1 wifft .5 5 'K " 5. 5 ., 5 gg : - ?' 5 , IJ? K? L, ,. ., ,t,g:L vi , ,,, ,V FN .j Z , if Q., Eg , w.--. f ,t , , L l H19 si 4:13 37" wg' JF' ., , .1 , Q '1 5 , 1 ' W-M f 1, f 45, . 7'-A 4 Sponsor. Mrs. Magaro - .,-gg -Q. 3,1 L'-Simq'-'+L-. -1-f .., V ,V W .qw v ...ve s J .- . KL ,,5,q,, ,X ,,,fs'5,, W' pl 4 F4 STATE ?oi " I 3. 7 N, I .nr M gi ,L ff . 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B f . gi ai l The FPsl-l Chorus con- O 533222 sists of 230 members . QW? making up the Concert Concert Cm" 'l Q Choir, intermediate Ci'lOil', Don Allen Jane! MONEY Karen Falgier . Q iii Beginning Choir, Handbell KHYPY Banks Dee Moms Mafk FWPY ll riii Choir and the Barber Genta Batchelor Darrell Morrow Kenya Finch .' gl ' , Becky Bush Gary Mosley Beth Foster S1109 Quartet- The CUOWS Patti calllrta Jo Nesmim Mark Fowler pl'9S8l'1't6d 3 Pops Concert Mavis Crain Laura Notron William Gatling in the Fall with the annual DGNSS DODDS Mike Pierce Gena Hines Q - Mike Futral Teresa Reeves Gina Keener MBS Vocal pord Contest Charles Garner Amy Sherwood Terri King " for the Semor men- The Susan Gibson Candy Smith Leslie Lemming guest faculty performer Denise Goocline Laurie Sparks some Macloud was Kenneth Beard. The Lynne Gooisby Leroy Travis Mary Muntean Rock Band rrl-egendrr Peggy Grannan Mark Waters Melissa Norton '- 'So made a uest a - Keith Hand Nedrah Weaver Cindy Preston .I i j a 9 , p George Hartline Allen Wilson Jimmy Ross pearance- The Choirslme' Jeff Hicks Gwen Fulton Bev Shelley .f sented a Thanksglvlng Tim l-llll Darryl Fowler Carol sroval .--.. r ---' : Concert in November with Kenny Hoke Valencia Ridley Teresa Taylor ar: .5:g'- 2. 2:. W . .tr several performers. The guest faculty performer Laura Hudiow Lanny Hyder Melorlie Jones Carol Adams Connie Bailew Stephanie Banks Tanya Thomas Mary White Steve Whitworth WBS Linda PFiTCi'l8l'd. Amy Jordan LeAnn Betts Madeline Willis There was also a perfor- LeeAnn Kelley Robbie C2tSh Donna Yarbrough mance by a Small Ensem, Bobby Lyle . 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At this school we have a wide range of clubs. You can prepare for a future in the business world or help others'in service pro- jects. You also can learn a foreign language prepare for the world of acting or be- come an artist. All thirteen clubs make up a very impor- tant part of Forest Park Sen- ior High School. 0 4, , , 1 ff' E ?"" f, , """ --sullln ., ui x If' Jn ,vh mf Wi" w sf!! 3 ff' -- Senior Class, Perry Bennett- Coed-Y, Revell Fraser-Forrester, Bruce Hughey - French Club, Janelle Butler- Band, Fran Clark - Student Council, an I "' First RowiL to Rl: Jean Burris - Drill Team, Tammy Davis - President, Patti Collina - Drama Club, Cynthia McElfresh - R.O.T.C., Teresa Taylor- ' T Student Council. Second RowtL to Rl: Winston Carter- VOCA, Susan Anderson - Flag Corps, Suzanne Ford - Swim Team, Kim Purkey - DECA, Alisa Carrandi - Spanish Club, Basketball, Lynn Rhodenizer - National Honors Scoiety, Susanna Hall - Tennis, Sheila Mabrey - VICA. Third RowiL to Rl: Keith Hand-Chorus, Kevin Odell - Baseball, Phillip Wynne - Student Council, Kevin Day - Key Club, Mike Kilgore - Track, Larry Allen - R.O.T.C., Wendy Twilley - FBLA. Fourth RowtL to Rl: Rhonda Lanier- Retrospect, Greg Manning - Football, Tommy Dickey - Soccer, David Jayne Lu Fambrough - Secretary, Melanie Linder - Kappa Club, Betsy Whatley - Beta Club, PTSA. The inter-Club is composed of each club president and a represen- tative of each organization. The pur- pose of Inter-Club is to promote spirit and unity throughout all clubs and or- ganizations at Forest Park Sr. High. Some of the highlights of the Inter- Club year were helping the Student Council with Sophomore Orientation Night, providing food for teacher's brunch and working on the floats for the Homecoming parade. Inter-Club did the giant Christmas tree in the gym and all the decorations on it. They also had the annual marathon. The purpose of Inter-Club is to serve the school by uniting the clubs and organizations within our school Betsy Whatley. Being in Inter-Club gives me a chance to meet new peo- ple and give and receive new ideas . . . Dan Slagle. ClUbSf63 may - gqqunculllv"""" X qu--Mugs--'- "W'g.1'V"'jZLiigY'li f Q as ,L v x, N vi i 'II First Flow QL to Fil: Tim Brooks, Jeff Pearson, Jason Carroll, Johnna Matone, Ruthie Melvin, Russell Murtha, Steve Dillard Charles DeVane Secretary Treasurer. Second Row lL to Fil: Kevin Day - President, Greg Jamison, Phillip Wynne, Tom Tifshaw - Vice President Ken Jones David Cook Don Allen, Glenn Ferguson, Dave Corley, Mr. Smith - Sponsor. M -,c.....s 1 W ,,,,...-N--ew-f .Q The purpose of the Key Club is to be a useful and dependable service club the school and city can take pride in . . . David Brown. Mr. Smith has sacri- ficed many hours to help us in our pro- jects and l don't think we' could have a better sponsor Charles DeVane. Key Club gives me a chance to better myself by working for my school and community and being a district officer gives me the extra responsibility I need for the future . . . Don Allen. lenjoy the annual softball marathon for the Can- cer Society the most . . . Phillip Wynne. Key Club is important to me because l enjoy being in a service club that has close ties to the community IAHKIII 'Q Pl I ..4, l"?j , ,W ,. A-'Que X, i . ,i 1 l r ' - V .. is .1 . C v. X' t Q ivil .-,N .Vg i i L? ....l" . . . Kevin Day. ' C J 64!Ciubs J- -.ri if . K.: Z I jgflmi ' Ni 5 X M: y 'Aj - S . . sf Q' ,y ',..-4 'QQ'--Q, ,a- A A . ,C hwmmhf' 1 First Row, QL to Rj: Holly Hill, Debbie Webb, Karen Johnson - Treasurer, Paula White, April Street, Susan Ferguson - Secretary, Kathy Pearcy, Diane Gentrup Second Row, QL to Rt: Robin Reeves, Sandy Bertschin, Edie Stanford, Melanie Linder- President, Pam Gossage - Projects Chairman, Brenda Blair, Rhonda Stone, Sharon Reeder Third Rowg il. to Rj: Melanie Whittord, Judy Stanford, Wanda Mayhue - Vice President, Lu Fambrough, Bev Griffin - District Secretary, Debbie Forrester, Wanda Coker, Kelly Smithey Our Kappa Club sponsor, Mrs. Gilfilian, is an outstanding spon- sor she cares about the club and the girls in it. She's always willing to work with us on our projects Melanie Linder. My club is important to me because I want to get involved and I like doing things with others Rhonda Stone. Kappa went to the chil- drens ward at Clayton General Hospital on Halloween night. All of us enjoyed going trick or treat- ing about Mrs. GiIfilian's house after we left the hospital . . . Pam Gossage. Kappa is important be- cause it gives me something to be proud about. We help people and that makes me feel like tell- ing the world that I can help ... April Street. I think the purpose of the Kappa Club is to get peo- ple involved with school activities and as far as l'm concerned it's the best club I have ever partici- pated in . . . Debbie Webb. Kappa is important because it gives us a chance to help people Dee Dee Matheny. l joined the club because it's something to help me meet some people, since I am new here. Keiiy Smithey. X D J Clubsi65 f i v VL, ., "'--s lu v-.. il , 1 s1' I V . I1 an VV: ,, . is mb QI + ,.....-sf' x L it 4.45 l QF, ,L --.,..,,Y, by 1 7 '-. ... z-,,,,,j JI 4' +5 . --4 . VNV .fer QV T. k, , ja, w I ll ,ex 1' its ml L X ww? 'I . Q F tn'm...a v J' i- SQ! -S we i t , f ' 1 f " K Af! Y J 1 X I X +3 . .,,,,, , wa. 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First Bow fL to FU: Darryl Fowler, Becky Bush, Sandra Tillman, William Gatling, Beth Carney, Cheri Emery, Mike Durham, Peggy Grannon, Lisa West, Pam White, Lynne Goolsby, Greg Dickens, Jeff Hicks, Rick Bearden, Judy Stein. Second Flow KL to Fiji Mr. McMichen tsponsori, Flenee Ingram, Evelyn Allen, Suzanne Cottrell, Stephanie Banks, Cathy Asci, Julie Chase, Laura Fowler, Diane Schmidt, Bruce Tidwell, Kathy Banks, Kelly Hall, Lisa Garrett, Tracey Hall. Third Bow iL to FU: Fihonda Byers, Dena Bryant, Suzanne Hewell, Mary White, Gina Edge, Trina McKibben, Mickey Malone, Lonnie Lyle, Anna McDonald, Robert Mergens, Matt Mayfield, Bobby Lyle. Fourth Row QL to Fly: Felton Jordan, Scott Lyle, Candy Smith, Susan Gibson, Mack Covert QSec.i, Laurie Sparks Nice-Presidenti, Patti Callina tPresidentJ, Chip Beaulieu tP.Fi.O.i, Martha Walker tTreas.i, Doug Price, Gerita Batchelor, Danny McKinney, Tim Hill, David V Strawn, Mark Waters. , 66!Clubs O' ,4 X ,, ," M The Drama Club for their fall production did the "Man Who Came to Dinner." In this years home- coming parade they took first place in the float competition with a creative castle of Romeo and Juliet panthers. Acting permits the individual to express and release his emotions in ways that one is rarely allowed in day-to-day life . . . Mark Wa- ters. How Do I feel about acting? How should I know, I never get in plays . . . Greg Dickens. Dra- ma Club is a unique club because it is a close club. Its just like a family . . . Cathy Asci. I would most like to do a play that hasn't been written yet. Why? So I could write it myself and become a famous literary figure . . . Keven Kinchefoe. I got involved in Drama Club because its a real active club and l wanted to be active in a good club . . . Rhonda Byers. I joined because I was abducted by a band of murderous drama club cut-throats who took all my money and threatened my life lf I didn't join Kevin Kfncheloe. I feel acting is a great way to expressing ones self it is also a good way to portray a writer's works . . , Melody Rob- 6'ffS. J ClubS!67 x ar , QM np ix ,ff x Ei F ' Q -, ,1,.... W X1 by A Q: - .-w.L,,g,K..,t.wNwM. A 1 n . A-I b 1 2 a vi f Hrgfxnln -1-H A--. fi-n,f'5,.,,i 'T-gg A x 5 f f X , 'LY X W . . Jw' X t 3 Vx Q 5421! X Z M413 j V 'V V W F- 'ig X X . JH - -.. 5 X ,f N , ..,..,,, ,J I I5 'ff E . yd- W 'QVL X ',' 'SE' :ff w"L'h: N ,i' I f 1 T3 GSHJDS 3 A 4 W' x J 1. sf Q Q, f - 5 .fi V f ss: 1: ii ' ' is . WHL X E ., X F Q W A ? ' if ' ii! ,,,, li 2' 1 x X First Row QL to Rl: Cynthia Cook, Bonita Whitaker, Mechelle Tanner, Rhonda Calhoun, Donna Maddox, Robin O'NeaI, Wendy Twilleyg Second Row KL to Rl: Karen Jones, Debbie Harris, Angela Carver, Eve Williams, Melanie Satterfield, Nancy Austin Gray, Linda Stinson: Third Row KL to RJ: Miss Black, Kim Rettig, Patti Mikels, Dee Dee Matheny. is at - . -- s r ...L , 1 A siigjws 1 , K g 9 ,,, The following members of FBLA are not pictured: Elaine Ashe, Jackie Brewer, Carmen Bodiford, Susan G. Brown, Susan L. Brown,Lisa Bryant, Mary Anne Bryant, Kim Buck, Lynn Buck, Cin- dy Carmichael, Debbie Forster, Rhonda Green, Lynn Harmon, sm- T f ' Donna Hartline Donna Hattaway ' T Carla Hillin Cheryl Hofele Jenny Johnsonk Yeow Kim Sharon King Lisa Lester Karen Lewis Kay Lord Jonette Malcolm Cindy Miles Jennifer Nix Beverly Patter son Jackie Petty Joy Pounds Joy Reeves Kim Rivers Debbie Rob erts Sheryl Smith Sherry Teague Donna West Lee Whitehead Lisa 1 A K A , ' 1 . l l l Vvf' - ' - - ' - J J T, 1 1 , ' ' ,y , 2' P12 f 4' W' - - - 5 v I 1 1 J L tt f .Young ciubsfee J X 7O!CIubS ' .- ' 'fi -' -: T M: H' Y 'K 1' fgic . NR-3 ' :GQ ?.:s., if ,,.,g', qu-L' vgq' -,Q Q. . ,Qs A .'.,r1,,,g,gt.,1.g :gffj . ' 4626 ' Imffnl '.j,"'i'3af't V ,l.,, gtg bq,k A 5 r V1 F . , V K . 5. ' -fs rw . -1 . .. -' . A Ag iv-H .az ' .ara -,gb ' 1:--.. T .. 1 ?.','. . .4 ,. '. 'l1.SVg,fin-N5 , l ffgfrz .' ""' A Q" I ' Q' - ' 5' Q h- Q .Q 'J , - W r Q w f 'rg - ' ' .tg r . ' , Sv , tr ts. , , 4 Y rf , w ft Q ' xt 2 f I f "A- sw -r K S- t 41 . , . , C t I A V 1. A , ., :El K W.. 5.3 ' ' '. 4 4 FTW f . in ,, A . 4 N. .. A F, ff - , M. Y 1 ' rl 5 "..' 'A 1' 1 a, . vf .. L t ' I ' L mf , 1 4' 4' . ' . . , . ' W' 5 L . ,, pf' .St REX The Forest Park Co-ed-Y has really had a full efe e A ' , year. They started off with a bang back in Au- gust at Youth Training Conference where Su- zanne Ford was elected State Vice-President. Later on in October the club attended Program Planning Flally in Cartersville, Ga. In November Co-ed-Y had their 2nd annual teacher - stu- dent basketball game where members played the faculty. In December they were in charge of a carnival at the international Hilton in down- town Atlanta. ln the months of January and February they participated in the State YMCA basketball tournaments sending a boys and a girls team. ln March they attended Youth As- sembly where Mary Muntean ran for Governor. In April they went to Two-way Conference and turned in their world service money. Rounding the year off Co-ed-Y attended Christian Life Conference where Farrar Wood presided for the last time as Northwest District President. l joined the Co-ed-Y because it gave me a chance to get involved . . . Farrar Wood. ' Q L . . .assi xxx? s 1 ,NA 9 NN .k x s N Y X , st R sa as X if as 5 lx , A X 3 gssxsxjiv Q P xx X X l my X, X gs os- is .-.E U s - - 3 ss' 2 X. W, . QW X Q it gg X, A X t s X NN.. - .. ...-- . . . ..,. .... A ...M it " .. .X :fs ivf'3S'-stsgsgsgwf - 1 S f A f ,I Q :sat s 3 Ai. N H ,l ij, ,L gf.. S? N it s Y., at S 6, ti, its Q Sw -,lyf T . i f ' ' N K f ' I .l Mus filifl L, X ? 1 ar K 2,2592 ,A 'Q , , X W First Row QL to Fil: Lisa Thompson, Kim Purkey, Robin Jaynes, Michelle Jessee, Sue Keith, Donna Sapp, Lisa lvie, Suzanne Ford, Teresa Taylor, Bev Shelley, Jill Waldrop, Paula Buckholts, Mary James, Paula Cowen, Dianne Winters, Sandra Welch: Second Flow QL to RJ: Betty Smith, Pam Gossage, Beverly Patterson, Fran Freeman, Mosha McAbee, Dan Slagle, Marcus Queen, Robin Farmer, Cindy Wallace, Bruce Beaulieu, Sandy Horne, Mike Griffin, Donna Maffett, Connie Moore, Melanie Whitford, Perry Bennett: Third Bow KL to BJ: David Jayne, Mark Griswell, Brett Harte, Terry Flournoy, Pam Null, Tanya lvie, Mike Futral, Nancy Manning, Amy Gross, Holly Hill, Lori Allen, Susan Ferguson, Tracy Hall, Fourth Bow CL to BJ: Scott Hopson, Paul Davis, Scott Filipek, Lloyd Robinson, Mark Filbey, Keith Rollins, Ken Loach, Paul Haddack, Kevin Odell, Darryl Morrow, William Tomasello, Andy Chambley, Terry Fiaddack, Farrar Wood, Andy Bryan W J J CIubS!71 ,J i .L 1 DECA I 81 ll First Row QL to Fil: Alan Creasy, Cliff Bateman, Kathy Abeyta, Kim Purkey CPres.i, Anna Sloman. Second Bow lL to Rl: Marie Still, Donna Ledford, Steve Purkey, Mark Wagnon. Third Row KL to RJ: Max Lowe - Sponsor, Eddie McBride, Janet Mobley, Lena Stoner L X QQW 3 j 5 fx 'Ss tg. ,Q 'iii P53 lf? .la I N J. A DECA Ill First Flow KL to Fil: Denise Elzy, Angela Adams, Jimmy Brown, Darryl Fluery, Billy Bartlett lV.Pres.J, Woodie Stinson. Second Row KL to Rl: Jimmy Smith, Pam Delzel, Sherry Kight, Kevin Odell, Ray Yates, Mark Check. Third lL to RJ: Max Lowe - Sponsor, Deann Camp, Doug Worley, Ricky Griffin, Louie Seaman, Jimmy Filson. I -is mfr- .M asm ' , - fl Vs Sz l 4 . N. fl. .... . ,M program. It provides the school store that Deca students work in. The Deca Club officers, usually the president and vice president, go to the Deca Confer- ence. They are held in different parts of Georgia. They have been to places like the Macon Hilton, and the Royal Coach in Atlanta. In the Deca classroom, you learn all the aspects to getting a job. The Deca Club and classroom is very excit- ing. The funniest thing that heppened to me while l was working the school store was when the boy that was supposed to work the store the period after I work didn't show up and I couldn't leave the store . . . Terry Pylant. Clubs! 73 ,M GFOIQEIG -1 I Ai' ' In the year '78-79, the Spanish Club had a busy schedule. In September they had their first meeting at Western Sizzler for the new members. During Home- coming they made a foreign language float with the French Club. ln January the Spanish Club had the Rock-a-thon to collect money for a charity and to help boost the Spanish Club. During February, everyone in the Spanish Club as-well-as the Spanish classes were busy making projects for the Foreign Language Festival in Valdosta. in March they entered the Creative Arts Festival at Clayton Jr. College. April brought a trip to Mexico for a week during Spring Holidays. The last thing of the year was the 9th grade Reception and end of the year party. l really like Mr. Fernandez, he goes out of his way to help you when necessary. He is also fun to be around Doug Drew. I joined the Spanish club to get involved with people . . . Pa- mela Maynard. 3 it 4 . gr V aw .Z ,,,1' ff .ff .f' A4 "JW l il F .lf , l ,.... :pst r 1 ""'i .,.. i Q l .. at 1 'F 4:19 " 'git """ -fy 4 H, F ty' i ig if t1" .W Lf I I lr-A 4,0 " 9' .5'-1,1 "" ' grxaw' .' l 21" f B H.: . VVk, TY- rg 2 ' 1 74lCIubS it 5 J fs V E: -fs. ' 4 EEE sim.: ., 1 er 71,3 - if Y , , V K FRENCH CLUB First RowiL to RJ' Lisa Rayner Mike Beriault president Julie Ro ers Terri Sand M' h II D . . - , g , ers, ic e e eLoach, Mark Beriault, Doug Matuszewski, Laron Maloney, Cathy Cochran Second Row QL to RJ: Bruce Hughey-vice-president, Terri King, Alisa Orr, Duane Groves, Stacey Bright, Julie Whitford, Debbie VanDerburgh, Mark Filbey, Paula Buckholts, Beth Creasy, Michelle Pinson - secretary, Rhonda Byers, Steve Noel Third Row KL to RJ: Robin 44 Hitchcock, Revell Fraser, Debbie Wilson, Sandra Welch, Diane Keith, Cynthia Carnicorn, Maria McBrayer, Keith Rawlins, Paul Davis, Dianne Warden. L it L . L l P ff N f -- iis iii ts ll . t:aw'X 1 r SPANISH CLUB First RowfL to Rl: Billy Starke, Clint Ashmore, Sandra Callaway, Stephanie Banks, Connie Wiggins, Kelly Hall, Robin Jaynes, Cheryl Young, Scott Hopson, Mike Hullng Second Row QL to Rl: Doug Drew, Tracy Hall, Kelly Carter, Candy Smith, Jane Derrick, Suzi Mason, Suzanne Cook, Kenya Finch, F Sherre Lenn Gray, Lynn Willis, Randy Billingsley, Pam Maynard, Ric Pritchett Third Row CL to RJ: Terry Radack, Kathy Banks, Carol Smith, Angela Davis, Tracey Parent, Cindy Cauthen, Laura Fowler, Marita Stevens, Paula Hathaway, Ronnie Maynard Fourth Row IL to Rl' Jimmy Heath Steve 1 Merrifield, Kip England, Eddie Lee - Vice President, Alisa Carrandi - President, Gerita Batchelor- Parlamentarian, Steve Conine, Reggie,Green, Steve Noel. Clubs! 75 GFOILE IG AKGUAGE h.. Q4 i F' Ii. Ti F s F 'gl as .wiv mul , MM' ,, f ,:, MW' i ,4,. l took a foreign language be- cause my family is French and its hard to know what's going on when you can't understand what everyone is saying . . . Mike Ber- iauit.Miss Crocker is a wonderful person and she's a lot of fun to be around. I like her teaching style. She's someone l'm proud to call my friend . . . Melissa Parker. I like the French Club be- cause l had French as a class and l wanted to get involved in clubs Cynthia Carnicom. I joined because l thought it would be fun Q ff, ,.i, K I VE , 1 ixwy M in . I 1 I 'vs ' ' I lr -mx t wit? .Firma X t l KeiliDaViS. '3 if ' f' "' F J 76!Clubs JSI if llfsfthj tw, fgjff, 56 'wp iam f ir asia Anil' GW B Our club is planning a really fine year with a number of pro- jects in the future. One of the projects planned is the revitaliz- ing of the wall above the home- side bleachers. Another one is a new mural in the school lobby. A new panther on the gym floor has been given serious thought too. l enjoy working with Mrs. Daughtery as a sponsor and art teacher. She is an inspiration to us all . . . Rhonda Lanier. is comm 'mm' First Flow QL to Rj: Susan Cole, Suzanne Hall: Second Flow QL to Rj: Vicky Addison Gail Sisson. L xx J . . A AA . Third Row QL to Flj: John Christian, Cotton Turpin, Cindy Swygert, Mrs. Daughtery, -ffr - CIubs!77 f fi E- X The Beta Club was founded on the principals of character, lead- ership, and achievement. As a service club their main objective is to serve the school as well as the community. The year opened with a cookout in September. The year was full with service projects one of which was doing inventory at Fiichway. ln De- cember 36 new members were inducted into the club bringing the Beta Club to a total of 118 students. February came bring- ing the state Beta Club Conven- tion. The year ended with the decoration of the arch for gradu- ation. I feel honored to represent the Beta Club. It makes me feel proud to know that the Beta Club has a voice in what goes on in our school Betsy Whatley. I was so glad that our float won third place in the Homecoming Pa- rade, especially after all the strenuous work and effort put in by all the members Angela Diamon. JMX 1 9' ' is - 12,1 I f 33' 1 r' HART XL! Qi ER s s . .sn :fi 78!CIubS l i Egg sit S gl 1 gi ag se ti i l iii 4 ,Q ,ay in L 2-.....-' 'E Beta Club Members - 1978-1979 First Row QL to RJ: Nancy Manning, Kelly Daniel, Gina Epps, Beverly Dial, Kenya Finch, Vanassa Arnold, Bonita Whitaker, Michelle Brannock, Barbara Jones, Jennifer Wheeler. Second Row QL to Rl: Alisa Orr, Laura Watson, Martha Walls, Kelly Hall QChap.j, Jodi Johnson QCorresp. Sect, Pam Null QRecordlng Sec.J, Don Hicks QTreas.J, Betsy Whatley QPresidentl, Kim Rettig QVice Presb, Laura Daugherty, Suzanne Cottrell, Kathy Pearcey, Diane Garner QSponsorl. Third Row QL to Ry Lea Ann Kelly, Diane Riberich, Lynn Rhodenizer, Lisa Garrett, Angela Diamon, LeAnn Betts, Julie Rogers, Karen Buftord, Leslie Lemming, Cindy Cauthen, Mosha McAbee, David Griffin. Fourth Row QL to RJ: Derrill Duncan, Judy Brownlee, Lisa Jones, Fran Clark, Alisa Carrandi, Terri King, Steve Stavro, David Miller, Fifth Row QL to Rl: Phillip Wynne, Brian Burns, Doug Matuzewski, Greg Jamison, Ted Langley, Jeff Senkbeil, Robert Bullington, Scott Hopson, Randy Brakin, Stacey Bright. if AWA ,,itilrafeer,s ikiztmk' i aqgilgrc sl,laClisPlt,f,.- Tl gf Q? f if O iflff' N ' t H K lfmtll XKLXNMKXXXQI .. J A J 3 W is if "" l Q 7 r N 'P' I V 5 CIubs!79 OC X ft waist , 4 M, g ,, ., im . sf gi QP 3. 3 :is First Pow QL to Pli: Bill Dawson, Darryl Kidd, Lisa Massey, David Henley, Penny Fritts - President, Winston Carter, Second Row QL to Fit: Sissy Wheeless, Yvette Ellison, Wayne Willis, Tina Flowers - Secretary, Greg Scandrett - Vice-President, Third Flow CL to RJ: Mark Donaldson stield 7 Historian, Kenneth Holcomb, Chuck Sweat Mark Hembree Reporter Scott Found Danny Posser Larry Whitman Mike Miller Jo Jo Hart Alvin Gray ifftggxt g s . i 5 ssssss .iss How do I feel about my sponsor? I like her. She acts like a understanding i ,I , 1 , ' person . . . Penny Fritts. Ijoined VOCA because I like the club Anony- Ganga ,, , mous. The rnain purpose of VOCA is to i learn skills and to become a better stu- dent Wayne Willis. The reason I joined VOCA is that I thought I would learn and have a chance in life David Henley. I think Mrs. Porter is a nice and sweet sponsor . . . JoJo Hartsfield. I feel that Mrs. Porter is very nice and I like her a lot Anony- mous. I joined VOCA to learn skills .. . Wayne Willis. X 8O!Clubs l joined VICA so l could sleep in class Andy Donnelly. The way I feel about my sponsor is I think he is a really great man. He's helped me a lot in the past two years. l've really enjoyed him . . . Fiesa Jackson. l feel my sponsor is a great person and a friend when you need him and always there to listen and help out . . . Annette Jackson. zz? JM v First Row QL to Rl Annette Jackson Secretary Resa Jackson Second Row QL to R5 Donnie Calalay Jeff Praeter, Tony Freeman, Lisa 3' Richardson Dennis Moye Vice President Lisa DeLano Third Row CL to RJ Dave Neeley Club Advisor Steve Frix, Mark Johnson. Fourth Row QL to Ri Leslie Milam Sharon Elder Tammy Pettite Angel Brewer Reporter Scott Filnpek Inter Club Representative. Fifth Row KL to 1 J M., The 1978 79 year was full of highlights for the sports team at Forest Park The Cross Country team made another trip to State this time placing tenth Our Boys Varsity Basketball team traveled to the State tournament and were the 6 AAAA Region Champs. The Varsity Girls were the runners up in the region. The year of Football was an exciting one for the Pan- thers, ending with a record ot five wins and five losses. KQV' Q 'tsl "'!a-.- Y. ,r K Q L -9 , 1 1 K . W V xt xk.., W SXSW' 'L , , E 2. X K Q .i flx ' X ' ., -.ikgslxxmw -'M' Q.. .. i . fs .- M K -f L ., uw "' My 52 O Y N QQ ' X x B ' Q 1 kgs' 1. . , ll Q A K 5 I Ns A OD M25 gunna! L 'li 'mimi Nm 1-We-' HR 'W X ' f 25,5 EQ V V md- . 4 gba 9 . ,, 3 L V r I gg' XJ, S 1 lk I ' ' Q e x . xl., 2 ,- x Mi . Q - V x K5 in 5 Q . 5, N S' .1 ,I 1, mi Hi :gig , Q K iff k 1 My A xv . .. V55 YSQAN? iflfiix fi, -Q . Sports! 84-85 84-asfspons 3 . NP '-K Q, v ' N 1 ff 7 in -. A ' cs ilu.. 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'Lvl rr - '- + '51 iS. szlfr ff' . 2- ' x' ffg' ffl? gs, , 4' 1' ful' Q, 4 o 'Z Q ' is -f"4 , 5w. wi , , , is I 1 sh- S 7' . the FIST n agai touchdow 3 I ran hen W year is moment this St funnie he CD GJ X CU -A-I 1' ,. +4 4- Q. P to play and make a few sacrifices by getting hit will he I and EDOS odi Steve Cobb. Coach Lee has helped me the most hurt . out getting ith I1 who to block he I' O about what to do question 3 had e I tim VY CSUSG SVG be t the abou nk the game, I thi S hnson. Befor Jo bo' ' T'm me 'tell ould W . Lee I try to correct them game, then during the last ade TTI kes ista , fT1 O I Pau Watel' . T ho f O ub I Tia iti S and 6 hom Q0 ITIS, Q8 arks. After the atum. The funniest thing that has happened this year was when the goal is because want to lay football I D l'93SOf1 he fl. 4. 4. Q. at L5 Q. N. 3: q. CU X The Junior Varsity Football Team had its ups and downs this year. Many of them put in a great effort for which they will be rewarded next year when the varsity football team is picked. This is an approach that is taken by the coaches to prepare for next year when they must evaluate all the players for their positio s and plays used for the games. Junior Varsity assists the Varsity in many more ways than we realize and they are an important asset to the Football program. This year's team is very good but it just got some breaks R bert Barber. Coach Dale has helped me the most by keeping up with how many tackles I made and how many I missed during practice Kevin Lanier. Before the game I look around at the other players and try to get the idea if everybody is ready for the game . . Michael Devlin. Br lane Payne. it. Love DO it ke lLi because football Sports! 90-91 T ars y oo ba eam . 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T andy Wm FIS n something beat I always lear t hen at me, because w be CJ m of id tr QS and try to I relax hen ge stretch, t e a match I Befor ace Bertsh rr li P W ll 4. 4.4 4. 4- -0-I LD Ie DSS try h t ZZ -,- O in. OW wards. lt's fun t Ed . Greg OVGS m his and When you think of wrestling most people think of Dusty Rhodes with his million dollar elbow or atomic knee drops and body slams, but when a Forest Park wrestler takes the mat it's all clean. Wrestling is just like any other sport, if you want it you have to pay the price . . . Greg Edwards. Practice is fun and hard but to be a good wrestler you have to go through it . . . Don Nix. The funniest moment was when the mat maid fell off the stage . . . Tony Jewah. Quickness, speed, strength, and skill are all needed to be a good wrestler . . . Greg Jones. To be a good wrestler you have to work hard and be dedicated . .. Wallace Bertschin. Th R I op e who I w 3 I Y u er es Greg Jones You w learn more n one ma ch han you w n a who e year o prac ce because you have a c ance o see your oppone D n Nix Sports! 106-107 106-107!Sports W If ij ? i f i mg Q 4 sw., I ui.. ...an ' I CD z:1 95 D. EE 132 gm QE SEQ 'ri 4 ESQ 'IO mm ni? ..I :J I K 4 2:0 cl'- Ti' 5522 ffm 25 0535 c I.l.I my 150 .I 'IE Sci II 4 k 43 rest Par F0 Russe 46 Forest Park 44 verdale Fti 53 rk est Pa For Riverdale 77 Park 1 Fores row 45 I' MO 46 rk est Pa For Morrow 68 Park T Fores C O 4-i Pf- L9 U .C -o-v L O Z w Q .K L CU Q. -4-4 KD an L O LL 32 37 48 47 71 North Clayton 82 Park Forest 40 56 iffirt I' G 57 rk est Pa For Griffin 66 Forest Park 35 Jonesboro 58 Forest Park o 60 nesbor Jo 72 Park SI Fore 30 North Clayton 1 K 6 Forest Par 1- LO North Clayton 86 Park 1 Fores row 39 I' MO 44 rest Park Fo GJ LO nesboro Jo 60 Forest Park 49 Fayette Co. 53 rk Pa l'6'S2 Fo 67 yette Co. 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'O-"O-'4444 uacnww CDQJIDQJ 65255 U.LLLI.LL Q' 1- c: cu C 3 an Z cv X L cu CL 4- CD GJ L O LL ,- 6 Heritgage 7 Park 't Fores 7 V03 C5 O CD -4- V W' X L CU CL -o- CD CD L O LL 37 F180 W Ne 48 rest Park Fo 4- CD 6 LLZ C cu c 3 cu O3 C0 .BC L GJ Il 'O-' UJ GJ L- O LL 53 Grange La 52 rk rest Pa Fo 22 LaGrange 34 Park ST Fore 47 C cu L CD G3 .I N L0 X L GJ Q. -0- CD GJ L O LL 21 Newton Co. 14 Park T Fores QS 13 17 boro 7 7 Clayton Morrow Jones 8 27 Co. rdale ' North 1 11 BITS Rive 13 Fay 41 7 rk rk rk Park 1 FOFGS row 43 I' MO Forest Park RNAMENTS -- CHAMPS Forest Pa N TOU 65 Forest Pa Forest Pa 61 58 Co. Heritage Newton 67 66 k rk Park FGST AMENTS FO FIEGIO Z I D O I- Z al' Forest Pa 39 Rockdale Co. 46 Q cs LLI II Forest Park Forest P 31 LaGrange 40 Forest Park 58 Morrow 43 Forest Park n 9 riffl 3 G Park 1 Fores TOURNAMENTS ATE ST 53 Co. phens Ste 1 6 rest Park Fo TOURNAMENTS STATE 60 Marietta 59 rest Park FO 64 It uth Gwinne So 46 rest Park F0 Q" '1- , an ahh l 2 2.3 QU f ' The 1979 Retrospect Staff would like to thank all the merchants and businesses that supported the 1979 Flet- rospect by buying an ad. Without their support we could not have had the big- gest and best yearbook in Clayton County. We owe them a big hug. THANK YOU! , n w, m y , , X. J ix . , .T . iv W. ' GNU KAITL l . W W 1741. I ' V -r N.: 4 qu., 1 l K x -1 ' n 1 4 ja , '27, 91 ' 1 W l f' 5 , rt, ,,. 1 1 tl I f l 1 ' ' i " t - f 1 A . 1 1 M-A-,,., W X X 4,-mm A I I W .,,t . .wgwzag . t 1 ..t, W, " 1 TAY A 'V if Q Hx 'T- r., f Uifim N I r,.f H f , , ,ywuwy ,, ,,,5 , , , ,. ,, ,- in ,,. ..,M.. . , '+""'vf ""' " "W M' gm ,W,.,,, N-vwrl-f5"'U"" ' .PITAL :nv 5N K Auto Pans r - A-fir---I . lil! W n'95!2,R? N BAAUQ VIII1' Oil 'UJTFLAKIWFICI HOURS UAWIOPN 'WI 9-Q STOR L 4, NG M ,'l F5 5 AAID' HMI! g i.gi E I 1 , f- 5FUREgfPAHK EKEgi!g!jgZv ? 1 114lAd 41, THANK YOU FCDR YOUR SUPPGRT Bass Furniture Co. Johnson Realty Lake City Grocery Lake City Transmission Dr. Terry Lyle Mike Mixon Mr. 8 Mrs. James J. O'Grady Michael D. Sigler Thomas Florist Drs. Wasserman, Brautigam, and Barnett Smith Ace Hardware 858 Main Street Forest Park, Ga. 366-3455 "HARDWARE SPECIALIST" CJ SIZES 3 IG LOW PRICES Gasuaf Slzop DZ! MAIN STREET FOREST PARK, GEORGIA RUE DEAN BUTLER 361 0321 RALPH'S CLEANERS 81 SHIRT LAUNDRY 540 Main Street Forest Park, Ga. 30050 366-6286 Jimmy Head - Owner 41, I A I LEE OF CGNSI-IGI-IOCKEN Danoo Trre Center and Auto Parts 4896 Jonesboro Road 363-OO33 116lAds 1 111 1 Forest Park 5500 South Expressway Forest Park, Ga. Shop Monday thru Saturday 93OAMto93OPM Sunday I2 to 5 30 PM asf M551 Cf as Cf r7Q A Penneys Outlet Store A totally different kmd of Penneys whlch sells off overstock and discontinued merchandise from our warehouses and dlstrlbutlon system It s stocked vvtth tremendous values Regular Penney merchandise IS reduced ID price to move utfast ltalso has added departmentsand lrneslnot overstocklto make your shoppmg more convenlent Our advertised :tems move fast' So get here early for best selections' Advertised Items are available only at our Outlet Stores Sorry no mall phone or C O D orders All :tems are subject to prlor sale We reserve the rtght to llmlt quantutles TW l r 7x5 f' X' X r y VL sl up Q , N, If W . ff' R X nxi V J! I TFII CITY FEDERAL SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASS N Save WHERE SAVINGS PAY Llberal Dlvrdends Insured Savlngs OFFICES 795 Old Conley Fld S E Atlanta Ga 361 0928 lat Treasure lslandt 27 Smlth Street Falrburn Ga 964 7808 150 West Lanler Ave Fayettevllle Ga 461 6001 600 South Central Ave Hapevllle Ga 768 8000 lat Treasure lslandb 361 0928 '1 L 'C' I 'W' STURE 81 1 Mann Street 361 7939 Toddlers Kollege 5912 North Mann Street 3936 Old 41 Hwy an Hapeville, Ga 118!Ad WELCOME T0 The Cltlzens and Southern Bank of Clayton County Whatever your game The Citizens and Southern Bank of Clayton County is a Full Service Banking Institution able to help you be a wmner in all areas of f nancial management All services are tailored to fit lust about any bankmg need you may have Checking Accounts Savings Accounts all types of Loans seling these serv ces mean that you and C8.S can be an All Star Team We hope youll stop by any of our Clayton County locations to say hello and to team up with C8.S FIVE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU 842 Main St Forest Park 4613 Jonesboro Rd Forest Park 7906 S Expressway Jonesboro 499 Arrowhead Blvd Jonesboro 6656 Church Street Riverdale BANKING HOURS Mon Tues Thurs. 9 4 Friday 9 5 Saturday 9 12 Telephone 361 3612 FULL SERVICE BANK MEMBER FDIC I I Savings Certificates, Bank-By-Mail, Drive-ln Banking, and Financial Coun- ' -- i ll II. EVERETT SEED INC. WHDLESALE SUPPLIERS DF GRASS AND VEGATABLE SEED IMPERIAL SEEDS AND GRO-GROUP LAWN AND GARDEN PRODUCTS 1480 Central Ave., East Point, Ga. 30364 Qi RJ - - .. ..... TED PYLANT INSURANCE AGENCY 194 S. Main Street Jonesboro, Ga. 30236 478-6763 Complete Insurance Coverage Lite Business Commercial Fire Workmans Comp Bonds Homeowners Auto 1 in - October was the busiest month of the season. The Panthers won their first game with a super victory. They beat Riverdale 41-7. Unfortunately it didn t last long enough. The Panthers lost 21-14 on Oct. 13 to Newton County. The week of Oct. 16-20 was spirit week at FPSH. The slogan was PANTHERS STAND TALL and the whole school did just that. Monday was Burn the Bird Day and students donated a penny for a feather. The money Wednesday was Proud Crowd Day. The clubs and organizations showed their spirit by wearing their club jerseys. Thursday was Team Appreciation Day and Mr. Football player ofthe year elections were held. On Thursday afternoon the Homecoming parade took place on Main Street in Forest Park. The floats were extremely good this year and the clubs who entered tried hard. First place was given to the Drama Club for a great float. The Retrospect Staff won second place by a close score. Beta Club came in third with a very good float. Chorus got honorable mention and they worked hard to present the best float they ve ever had. After the parade the bonfire was held at FPSH. Panther spirit was showed and the bonfire was a smash. Mr. was for their class. Tuesday was "Backward Boro Day." Everyone copied Jonesboro by dressing backwards. eff 1 A ALL FOREIGN V 1555.11 AND nomasrrc ie-"3j'f' BRUMLOW-TAYLOR DATSUN. INC. I"' A PAINT AND som' sr-lop ...,5.::,i?.:2.1Ei?.i??.f.O::... RWE AT FUREST S I UABE VV. B. LEVERETT MANAGER MOM 3'5"B"9O Open - Friday, Saturday St Sunday 4855 Jonesboro Road, Forest Park, Ga. 30050 404-361-1221 C0NGRATUW'ONS MOTOROLA nu Cass Of 79 Gull the-Ieugler in 2-way communications systems. .ttl sQ'gTh- 5' "W E be V '-. ,,,. ,... I ISE ' ' Competitively priced for large and small companies. A complete line of 0 Mobile and portable 2-way radios ' Pocket pagers 0 Closed circuit TV systems 0 Microwave systems ' Car telephone equipment. Service include ' FCC licensing 0 Repeaters 0 System planning and engineering ' Maintenance. Sold only through direct factory sales. Leasing - Contracts - For Sales and Service 981 9800 MOTOROLA Communications and Electronics Inc. Yi Decatur, GA 30031 1 i 1 X l ll X x 1 1 Q l 1 1 5096 Panola Industrial Blvd. TT l O KK C Rf ff Q T Football player of the year was announced. Jo Jo Hartsfield was elected. Close by was, Bear Manning, who got first runner-up. Jeff Higgins got second runner-up also by a close vote. The student body and faculty was proud of the winners. The Seniors of "79" won the Burn the Bird contest by a close margin. Then Friday on October 20 Forest Park Beat Jonesboro 18-13. They played hard and this game was considered the game of the year by most. On Saturday Oct. 21 the homecomng dance was held. Everybody enjoyed themselves and disco d to a great band. Fran Clark was elected Homecoming Oueen. Her princesses were Lana Goss and Wendy Twllley. All of the court worked very hard and should be honored. On October 27 the Panthers lost to Fayette County 27-7. The month ended and those who worked on the homecoming in any way did a fantastic job. The float faculty and even the spectators made it the best homecoming at FPSH. builders, sponsors, homecoming court, football team, cheerleaders, flag corps, color guard, drill team, band, Fields Auto Parts lnc. 4962 l-lwy 54 Forest Park Bob Maddox 366-6161 Cllrysler P'YmOUTh Complete line of Automotive The HOfTlG of and Foreign Car Parts Ped Carpet Treatment" 330 Forest Parkway Forest Park, Ga. 361-6550 I Terrell A. Starr Also SGFVIHQ Starr insurance Agency Atlanta Savanah 827 Mm Sm, Augusta Forest Park, Ga. 30050 366-5311 Parkway Associates Professional Peal Estate Service Inc. Office of Floor Plans and Pictures COMPLIMENTS HODGES, HODGES 3 INGPAM, ATTYS. Betty Barfleld - Broker FOREST PARK 961 Forest Parkway Forest Park, Ga. 361-1223 AdS!121 0 n 122!Ads 154i- -A WESTERN AUTO Tires Lakes Harbin Plaza Sarge s Morrow 363 473g Lake Harbin Plaza "We Appreciate Your Business" Batteries Auto Access Electronics Morrow, Ga 363 9665 Fish - Chicken -- Shrimp Chicken Filet - Burgers Parkway Garden Chapel Funeral Directors Forest Parkway, Forest Park, Ga. Thomas Scroggs - John B. Lee, Jr. Day or Night 366-3522 ---" . 3 -s wtf? . V N , T, M4 3, .. A . W . A A ymr p ,g- "fi'-f'?QgWry.ff1gfng5iQawg'5Sf-Lvfgfj A K i 0 b W In K 3 ,A M 1 K 3 In ,f-11".5gf"igea.. "i'y59?" .l.,',,. N -'Q-,aw . xx Ns. - fx V l rf f I A 5 K 3 l 5 ii l l l J ffnxy f k W l 1 V' K XC! il X Q X X ,fkf xl' gjxf J ff XXI! 17 During the month of August everyone prepared for the annual sophomore orientation. Booths were set up, tour guides prepared, and Student Council wrote their speeches. Juniors and Seniors led the Sophomores around the school building preparing them for the first day. Co-Ed Y won first place for their booth. Everything turned out great and there was a fantastic turnout. S . eptember was a busy month at FPSH. Class meetings were held and all the I h c asses s owed their panther spirit. The first weekend of Sept. was Labor Day and the holiday was enjoyed at FPSH. Forest Park played their first game on Sept. 2 the panthers played Newnan and lost 14-2. On Sept. 8 the panthers came back and beat Heritage 7- 6. The victory pepped the spirit of the whole student body. During the next week Student Council elections were held. The homeroom representatives were chosen with care and this made this year's Student Council the best ever. On Sept. 16 the panthers defeated Lagrange 34-22. The skill of Forest Park Sr. High marked this game. By the second week of Sept. clubs were beginning to form and spirit aroused. The Student Council also had a special cookout to get all the representatives together. On Sept. 22 the panthers were defeated by Morrow, 17-11. Homecoming court elections were being held. The young ladies nominated had their hopes high. On Sept. 29 Forest Park's luck and skill came through with a victory of 13-7 over North Clayton. students at FPSH were extremely busy by the end of September building floats and preparing for the great event - Homecoming. WORDS OF LIFE Christian Book, Bibles and Gifts Miracle Earth Potting Soils and Outdoor Planting Mix Q0 f 0 769 Main Street Forest Park Ga. 44041 366-0981 Produced and Packed by BUNYON ENTERPRISES, INC. , PO Box 70 l I Parkview Florist lnc. Morrow Ga. I A I 4980 Phillips Drive Forest Park, Ga. 951-9490 363-1771 John B- L99 OMA B. OLIGER E. Powell Lee Phone Day or Night .32 W' H Hmvzodfaddbflaaa 5415 Riverdale Road Across from N.C. 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C4043 331-3354 366 4454 Res. 14043 366-4149 Garner s Union 76 Service is Our Business CAPITOL 1' GLASS CO 6121 North Main Street on MH F E g cy, , MOVVOW Ga- 837 Main Street 961-9676 961-7660 Forest P349 3660055 Ga 30050 1 - i AdS!127 128!AdS STAR PROPERTIES REALTY 22 2 9 G A 5 WORLD mon MOR G 3 26 'VERDA'-E GA 302 in mocnlon 961 01 471-4030 - - I - - - - - - - ll l IVIVIIXIHIIAY 'WWW l?EAllf5W 514K 'tttfttlfs THE TEAM E H B 649 H 8 0 I IICY IILDCAVDI IIIYCI. We appreciate the Teachers, Principals, and other staff members of the Forest Park Senior High School. You have done an excellent job with our children. X f ,,, .. 'H-r.',ff f i NR . ,f wi i lil R as W W Y! ' ,- ' SY l' il? it ., As. gill it ' M W X no ox 'fel' Good Luck to the Seniors ot '79 Carl and Doris Rhoclenizer R A lla- Cf KY Q iw " ' ' ' Mi 3 V 1 Wallace Motor Company H D Wallace Insurance Agency 1171 Forest Parkway Forest Park in hraziei: -neg o 1, ul on AH om, ctr, 0-1 Q0 Aff I 5 2 1 6 i 7 1 ,,- , ij ?f K 2 1' , 1 ' V: . , E ' N1 fi' J f ,. NN Z i 1 il. If 'I X 4 f Z ,V , i 4, 0 J T XMI' ii' X? if J 7 ,J yt J JMAXJX' 130!AdS 4385 Jonesboro Rd. Forest Park, Ga Everybody Loves Our Banana Splits CBank of Foxffst Park 770 Morrow Road , Ash Morrow Plaza Forest Park, Georgia 30050 825 Southway Drive Southway Shopping Center Jonesboro, Georgia 30236 2397 Lake Harbin Road Morrow. Georgia 30260 ' 1135 Morrow Industrial Blvd. Morrow, Georgia 30260 ' Hours 9 A.M. - 10 P.M. 6 Onyx Phone 366-3261 MEMBERsF,D.l c. D 9 S. 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W AWW7, 3 . A 6 ,rx' , k , ,, 3 Y I Z i .9 A, mg' - 1 ,W , M ' f ,A I f ' xx is Mi' 4 any A 1i4mmq3Zg'w'Nr My g .... ,.--f ' M259 ff my KQQ5 TF rglxlmill .sr :wr -f .v....5g5gy'Jffgr'gSg3ggQ4f M3 Cl 'T C1 .P Compliments of the Class of '79 Ad X137 138 f Ads i 1 4:7 Y 1i f XL 3 ,J E nf, I b X M, 5 ff I Q fxkx Xf .XX 'Y KJ' THANK YCDU PETE RCA ZENITH Clayton T.V. Sales St Service Inc. Color 81 Black 81 White Repairs Off. 366-1559 Res. 366-1233 5346 Jonesboro Rd. Lake City Ga. Your Happy Shopping 4749 Jonesboro Rd ox 686 Forest Park Ga 30050 Lee's Auto Parts 1616 Lake Harbin Ftd. Morrow GA. 30260 Tim Chase Larry Sosebee DO IT YOURSELF Saturday 9 00 To 5 00 Located Behind House Of 10 000 Picture Frames Professional Instructions Provided 4244 Old Dixie Hwy Mtn View Compliments of Raymond Johnson County Commissioner Glenn Blanton s Rebel Rider 5128 Jonesboro Rd Lake City Ga 30050 We buy and sell new and used Motorcycles fat the underpassl MR. 951-2370 Tuesday-Friday 12:00 To azoo Ads!139 The frrst game of the month was played on No vember 2 Grlffln vrslted the Panthers at Tara and won by a close score of 6 3 Cross Country practrced for long hours and worked hard Thus showed up when they won second an the regron wlth a lrttle more effort they managed to go to the state champronshrps On November 22 the Co ed fell ln overtrme to the faculty ln a basketball game lt was a great game The chorus had a Thanksgrvlng concert entltled Songs of Thanksglvlng Thanksglvlng holrdays came fast and the end ot the flrst quarter also Every Chrlstmas FPSH adopts tamrlles to provlde toys food St a turkey Thus year luke every year IT was a success thanks to the Student Councll lt was called Operatron Merry Chrlstmas The Co ed Y had thelr rnductlon for the new mem bers December 18 at Jones Memorial Unlted Meth odlst Church Also on December 18 the Choruses gave therr Chrlstmas Concert at Forest Park Unlted lvlethodlst Church The followrng nlght the Concert Chorr per formed at Southlake Mall and Shoney s December 20 Beta Club had thelr rnductron cere mony for the new members That nlght there was a party glven for them The atmosphere at school durlng the last three days before Chrlstmas vacatlon was of excitement The holrday vacatuon was shorter thus year St lasted from December 21 to January 3 as ' ' rs 1 1 ' H ' ' sr 1 I I Jim Dorminy Realty, Inc 1187 Morrow Road Morrow, Ga. ,Al TGY St HOBBY SALES 4436 Jonesboro Road Forest Park, Georgia 30050 Trains, Planes, Models, Crafts 845 Main Street Harry Baron's Deli Forest Park Ga 30050 Take OUT ServiCe Southlake Mall 361 3715 Salads - Sandwiches - Soups - Frozen Yogurt Complete Selection of Carpet, Vinyl 8t 961-4453 Wall Coverings" Forest Park Floor 8t Wall Coverings 320 Forest Parkway Forest Park, Ga. X VFW X i , 'l Cf! f or Cla Ks s fi 5 so ,fxefwl X , XX 142!Ad Xxolfj 366-9600 me Zgglg ll Q Home 946 4609 QI-'IDE 946 3825 910 lVla n St Forest Park Nancy's Flowers 8 Gifts Bill 8 Nancy Telephone 961 4270 Hancock 6221 N. Main Street Morrow, Georgia 30260 Forest Park Glass 8t Mirror Company Complete Glass Service for Homes - Automobiles - Business 4914 Courtney Dr. Forest Park, Ga. 366-6222 3662323 W Sutherland Lumber Company 3899 Crown Road Atlanta Georgia 363-4880 Thanks tor letting me be your Representative WIVI. J. "BILL" LEE Ad X143 1-41 if ll 411- 1411- .ii Q' Z M ay R y R I W gl5 , T 1 was ' , PZLEQEST QJAQK ...an +V-W Ci? CHEVROLET MARTIN BURKS CHEVROLET, INC. 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A : f l 1 4' 6 1 Q A E - 1 Y ' ,1 'fl 'W rf 5 Lg l 1 I 1 y Q YC , 1 IIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIllllIIIIlII 1 Adsft47 148!AdS On January 3rd, everyone came back from the Christmas holidays to start the 2nd quarter. On the 5th of January, the basketball teams played Newnan at home, It was a good game and both teams played well. On January 9th, the students of Forest Park attempted to register for Spring Quarter. I say attempted because the whole time everyone was confused and didn't know where to go. On January 10th, the Beta Club and the Chorus participated on a fund raising project by doing inventory at Ftichway. On the 11th of January, Co-ed Y had a meeting. There was a Media Festival on the 12th day ot the month. Also on the 12th, North Clayton's basketball teams came to compete with Forest Park. The Panthers record is very good thus tar, and l'm sure it will get even better. On January 29th, the Chorus performed an opera, ancl it was a big success. On January 30th, the basketball teams faced Morrow here in the gym. On February 1st, elections for Government Day took place. On the 2nd of the month, the Panthers had a tough game at home with Griffin. There was a big turnout as usual. On February 3rd, ROTC had their military ball at Fort Gillem, Fayette County's game was at home on February 6th, lt turned out to be a big success and everyone had a great time. On the 9th of February, the Seniors received their cards and invitations for gradu- ation. This year Government Day was on the 14th ot the month. Students from the Forest Park Senior High School took over the city government of Forest Park and sent legislators to the state capitol. On February 13th, PTSA had a meeting. On February 19th the Chorus had a concert. On the 25th, the Band had a winter concert. 4 5 X .t , k -. rx . ..i,..f,iS vig? M.. . , sms . , V 555 is V .yes- ae? . fgx.ls'ii A -isl- -Q. we Lf . h x X N3 X F S3 a in S e X ,Q-'H ami, ,.., Q, X 1. 3 si - .. . Ky , l 4 .F S F was ' F , ' F ,sw -N1 -' , it , mf .. 'We - . s ,es-f' K ' X 'S , ss- 'E awe P , Vai: 11.11 veil' , - . t. .- '1 . s . ' X ,g Vs -sz: -ww ' N 3+ , " X 1 Y -' 1 . 4 ' M, at 1 - J. , V x X M.. s Ag. M . i Tri-City Auto Parts, Inc. Open 7 days a week l-li-Performance headquarters 411 North Central Ave. Hapeville, Ga. 30354 762-926 'I 1-X se was gi' T' K , is , i. ., .uw .- K L fgxff left 1 i 1 1 i' Q h K ' 4 tffi tll, , - s as-J' - . .osx M at K . 1 s x. uf 55 . Qt n be X L M wf- 1' .xt tt t .1 t " 1 we We . tty .aan Q Q we , s 1 xt tr 3 5 94. K ' ,,,:k .An . t .W .... 4, s r-.Qf'T,, r 3,.vl4l I si me . f" 1 .L A gurlz: if , ,f 'V-5 55 fv Q P i ti - 4 --wpp.: ' if-...x,x,, .to ,L -, . -', . 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Y Q , - Q xg: I -.4 4,,. . 9-.--. .... tk-, rw, . ,,n, . e ibipimme I .1 A A 22: if 1 1 Q' POPE DICKSON 8t SON FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1210 IVIORROVV RD., IVIORROVV OA. 30260 "SERVING THE PEOPLE OF CLAYTON COUNTY FOR 33 YEARS" WM' opy PRINTIN! Complete Ottset Printing Service... Envelopes Letterheads ' Contracts Order Forms Report Invoices Statements CarbonlessFo s ar s RubberSt p Novv Tvvo LOCATIONS! 4489 Jonesboro Rd. Forest Park, Ga. 1 361-0952 3420 International Blvd. , I l-lapeville, Ga. Compliments of Ernest Stroud 768-8508 A - - 60515 ll C it if . fr-it ,ve 17 1 fy, , if llt T President - Fran Clark Vice President - Tammy Davis Secretary - Sandra Welch Treasurer - Bruce Beaulieu Chaplin - Phillip Wynne Parliarnentarian - Mike Griffin Corresponding Sec. - Lu Fambrougn Sr. Advisory Cabinet - Brett Harte Mike Kilgore Diane Winters Jr. Advisory Cabinet - Teresa Taylor ff E Donna Maffett 4, eff v - --- , - . Ist. l fe f kfifnyvfl eff Nw , C . 4 1 f A t ' K X K ' T K ' ' 1 if , ef' T ia.. 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And because Q ' H ! l we're open all year X iiwgf J 6? 'round, you can choose LEO SL SHEH-A ,J i your design whenever it's m" '7W, convenient. I U ' X 'X ll The school ring made by nfl Q the people who make i c l l ls lx li world-famous Art Carved l l l , diamond and wedding A 4 flllk , gy N ly rings is here. l ll- ealssrtll ll l I ll bil ' Xl ,L l Phone 361-8155 'W I.. Denney wpif, i Coitfeurs - rw -1 Main Street yr, -r Entrance , lv X Zig To Forest gf if Square ZA xg open 9 til . .. Q QXJ KW fl l l X had . 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On March 2-3 was the District Choral Festival. All the chor- uses from the district gathered at Pointe South Jr, High for competition. The chorus gave a great performance. During the ninth and tenth of March the band had their District Band Festival. The bands from this district gave their best at the festival. Starting on April 7 the band took oft for Canada. All the band members were anxious. lf you weren't in the band you missed a really terrific trip. The easter bunny and 'tlet's go to Florida" mood came to Forest Park Senior High. The vacation started on Friday April 13. Some might say Friday the 13th is an unlucky day but here at Forest Park it was not unlucky because we didn't have to goto school and take boring notes. We had to come back on Monday .April 23. Three days after we got back from vacation the selected chorus members went to the Sheraton Biltmore to sing in All-State Chorus. Soon after the band got back from Canada certain se- lected people got to go on another trip to Savannah. They participated in the All-State Band Orchestra. There was much excitement among the juniors and seniors as the Junior -A Senior Prom drew near. On May 18 the juniors and seniors were dismissed early to get ready for the big night ahead. Many people attended the prom and it was a big success, On May 24 and 26 the Chorus had a musical entitled "The Sound of Music". The play was great and so were the actors. As the end of school drew nearer all of the students and teachers at Forest Park Senior High are anxious for June 2 to come. On June 5 the Seniors of 1979 will graduate. We all wish them the best ot luck. YOUNG TIRE COMPANY 5946 N. MAIN ST. MOHFZOW GEORGIA 961-5946 DUTCH YOUNG X!! A f' f , If V, ff t if I . XXX X X , Q X ,f fs- ii ' rf if -X It I ix I X i i i ff , . ii 1 k , XJ x . xi Iffxxvjxx K I l-lomeroom 12G z , .if tiff, .,L.h f 9. S , ,J x"'s.g"lM Xl. r X4 Ziff' A vw In Skip Estes Kelly Estes Debbie Everett Lu Fambrough Lisa Farmer Greg Faulkner Glen Ferguson Joanna Fifield James Filson Linda Fiscus Darryl Fleury Cathy Flynt Tim Ford Darryl Fowler Wade Frame Revell Fraser Jerry Freeman Joseph Freeman Steve Frix Gwen Fulton Kathy Furber Ken Fuselier Mike Futral Walter Galloway Billy Gammons Charles Garner Lisa Garrett Dawn Gatewood Sheila Gatewood Diana Gentrup u p. il 1 -1-' l Adsf157 3 N? I it rt Q 55 Forest Park First Baptist Youth Main Street, Forest Park, GA Qziiy Qziipllics TYPESETTING 950A MAIN STREET FOREST PARK GEORGIA PHONE 366 0821 K ,rQt fNr for .. - .. O rr K ugly Ji f, feb' if-.-.Nh 1 If . . N flex sa I sr-e51"l'n -'.,-'. jg 6' Yr't'Fllf.,,-"'i'f fl K X 1 C f W xi X 'Sl 3 , i ia w i N 0 it ii it i xx - 1 1 :I I it 1 -lim " 'l Q U . Q -Y F' H is X, A I, A 1, X 9 In the olden days Wearing a ring on the forefinger signified a haughty spirit, On the middle finger, prudence and dignity: On the "ring" finger, love, On the little finger, a masterful spirit. Today, on any finger, your Balfour class ring symbolizes moments and memories shared with your Classmates. Treasure them always. HOLLIS BRITT o HOWARD SMITH 3301 Buckeye Road, Suite 207 Chamblee, Georgia 30341 representing Balfours -ll-QWICI ,RYS I-'INIQST C IR.Xlf'I'SXIliX fl- 'FA-qu if , 'fl ' 5 , lui Tj ,fs f - .- fA" , -f' if ' , v 3 fr' of f i I - N kg: 'J . J' X . S X -25,1 , , 5 ' Q. . ii, " N. . X-jx . 1.1 - , -if J. A .x l iff .,, , - -i AP fi. ' h y sl, 'pf' it 'I .M TX S ty, ,Xi- i i B AdS!159 4 i e - f S if fb Y K Nga Y w 3. -e K 1 'W f ,v I ,W , MW "1 , V A N x, " - ,' T A ' , A It . A " - A . V .fk,4", 4' 1' ' ' ,, A T1 . ,nfgf . , "'r-"3 75 r1'1 Z U7 O Z Mb O C5 CD Z 2 I4 Z G7 :AW A110 2 - S X-gjLjt on 16OfAds L "Bottled Under Authority of "The Coca-Cola Company By" THE ATLANTA COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 141 -ill-li l s i l All American Trophies .... Attina s .,.,........... Bank of Forest Park .r.. B 81 B Corral ........ Bass Furniture ........,,. Belk . Blakenship Printing Co. Inc. Blue Flame .............,....... ..... Bob Maddox Chrysler Plymouth , . . . . . . Brenda's Florist .,...........,. Brumlow-Taylor Datsum Inc. . . . Bunyons Dirt .............. C St S Bank ............ Cape Air Freight .... Capital City Bank ...... Capital Glass ............ Carl 8 Doris Rhodenizer ..., Carter's Cleaners ......... Casual Shop .... Chorus ....... Clayton TV . . . Coca Cola ......,... Co-ed Y ............. Cook Ceramic Shop .... Crumbley Tire Center . . . Dairy Queen ............. Danco Automotive Parts .... Dan Troy ............t. Drill Team .............. Dr. Terry Lyle ,........., . Drs. Wasserman, Brautigam, Dwarf House ............ Edmund H. Pfeiffer .... Ellis Realty ...,..... Ernest Stroud ..... Evans Toyota ....... Everett Seed inc. ..... . Fields Auto Parts Inc. . . . First Bank ...........,. Flea Market ............... Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Park City Council .... Park Drugs ......,........ ..... Park First Baptist ......,.... ..... Park Floor St Wall Covering Park Glass 8t Mirror Co. ..... .... . Garner's Union 76 ..... Genuine Parts Co. ........... . Gorham Jewlers ...,..t. Gray Graphics ....,........ Griffin Insurance Agency .... Harry Baron's Dell ......., Hlckoks .............,. Hodges-Hodges ............ Hodges-Ward Associates ...A Homeroom l2G .......... Homeroom 12Q ........ Jean's Flowers St Gifts .... J.C. Penney ...,....... 8tBarnett ADVERTISERS INDEX Jim Dorminy Realty ...,.. Johnson Realty ........... Kilby Transmission Service Kwik Kopy ............... Lake City Grocery ....... Lake City Transmission . . Lake City VW Service . . . Lamar Foster .......... Lee's Auto Parts .,..... Lou Denney's ........... Martin Burkes Chevrolet .... Michael D. Sigler ....... Mike Mixon ...... Minuteman Press . . . Morrow Florist ...,.......... Motorola ,.....,............... Mr. 8t Mrs. James J. O'Grady Mr. Frame ................,... Mr. Lanier .................. Nancy's Flowers ..... Parkview Florist ........ Parkway Associates ,,.. Parkway Auto Parts ...... Parkway Garden Chapel ............ .... Pete Smith .........,..... Pope Dickson 8t Son Funeral Ralph's Cleaners ....,..... Raymond Johnson ,....... Rebel Rider ............... Red n Gold Florist ......... Robertson Sporting Goods Sarge's .................. Senior Class ....... Shoe Barn Inc. ,..... . Smith Ace Hardware Stanford's ............. Star Properties Realty . . . Student Council ,.......... Sutherland Lumber ....... Directors Ted Pylant Insurance Agency .... Terrell A. Starr .,,......... Thomas Florists . . . . . . . Toddlers Kollege ......... Toy St Hobby Sales ....... Trammell Real Estate Corp. Tri-City Auto Parts lnc. . . . . Tri-City Federal ......... Vining Furniture ...... Wallace Motor Co. ....,.. . Western Auto ............. W.H. Peacock Construction Wilkerson Accounting ...... Williamson Auto Glass ..... Wilson Pharmacy ..... Wm. J. "Bill" Lee Words of Life ...... Young Tire Co. . . cafff Ads!161 162!On Campus ltigtfifii " " iliff' ' I flifll 'J I at ldmij l l lmxlxi 1.4 1 " , ,, wvilwil ,. it 1 ,,,l,iiqil,' t.lw""1i.,,.iis:si' m ,, l 1 -,LM .1-la '5 fi no 'if 'Q 1 5, A 1 ,N all if fall! if .V VF , "gifs 'I A I .. . mfg igggf-n -rl History is a subject that everyone has to take. History can be a very interesting subject if you want it to be. A per- son can learn all about events that have hap- pened before their time. All of the history teach- ers try to teach their classes in different ways History is a good way to learn about the past The students In my class re late to my teacher as one of their own but what she says goes Anon ymous A typical day in history is taking notes notes and more notes Randy Bennett it 2 'mslillii ililiiiiiiiilll'lli" "'i 1' i'ii iii iiii iliiilll 5, ,,,,, tg' I Q X9'w 19 casey. om 90 ex-unXo ounce, W'-5050 Cuties X o qdansns 510 Cvofgp 10' 965868 ' eecyfoaea io: Gem vvixoxoq, no www Q- W Xmn. owne 99 f 95 0, vgxnvsos F51-05 gouwg of Y 1::f.:Q5Xs:nxlb1vA uh A '45 Xpgxyg Xxmfvauw was 95399595 996 Xpff'-G-,DJ 946' vioubs Q-9 34591, ff-ew '56-oXc imma X 'Sw-QXO ,39o9Xen X VXXD Bvvweu XX 6 M '3'W6X0 Cfflae cmwia 9 ow 69X-Q0 wx. 0.4699-V'-gggg, SQWLXO wen. qv Ns 1 0 pfvn X r.9o'5?r99 XA s n . zvcno pgevf. 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Each day beginning at 8:35 and ending at approximately 3 18 we hear the same things Carl l have your attfentfon please please excuse thus lnteruptlon would the following stu ents report te the office there ls a Ford truck IQ the grass that must ee moved lmmedlately the menu for the day appoint ments for the dental cllnlc schedule changes and so on The funniest announcement l ve ever hear over the untereorn P ments even though nts not always possible Cindy Cauthen I like to hear Mrs Garner ever the intercom tl cause she sounds like a 96 Flock else jockey Flietrey Howington leeee " l ele - e ' reel r l of ellll ' of H on - 'A ' ' lt" V ,'r1 I f "1 fl? .1.- , f',r if? , lell l , ,, ,, ,, 1' ' L v ' ' ' ' H is f f sa ' l - 1 I I , I V ' iethe lunch menu , Alan Pa 6. l try to listen to announce- . V, . 5 ky' fray ' 1 ',"" -Al,,, 1 f 11 ,,.'A,, I I ' ' ' rlvl'ri 11?fi,f:'g'l f f ,l .- l le.lre,r, ' . l , t,lll gf l,l, l , I ,1,l 1-, r V' f -, -1 5, ff,:'g,' ffry' . ,- ' 'E W' l64f?Qn Campus g E , - s. f i EN RX V' 5343 'E QW 4 x 4 Q., . 1 W H New W 'M' V NW MN 1 On Campus!165 iii. Y .. , ii' I Im . if I W i ' 4glQN'if!fFi!i8M ,wg X, XQNNN if ii ,I if I M r I ri FN K W N f Wm: Science is fascinating. Exciting are uncovered through scientific The Science department at FPSH is perb. I liked disecting in Science, it was something I have never done The only thing is you can't tell your k about it for fear of making them sic Glenda Minton. Science has always my favorite subject. I think it's more esting than nouns and the fall of Rom Gaye Thomas. I think Mr. Bynum is a teacher. He explains things good, and in little funny remarks to see who's Kathy Hargis. Biology is my kind of Science, because l like to about living things Paul Radack. 166'!On Campus ' 5 1 Q 'E'?!4t Wi I 21g s JI Y 1 W 'Q r l fl znrtt wi 'E' ,- mn w i a My a 1' it are Awami 'WV ' Here at Forest Park we are priviledged enough to have a comprehensive high school. This provides many students with training for future employ- ment. Drafting taught me how to draw lines and circles and somehow they came out looking like a house Don White. I think the Vocational offerings are super. lt gives students a chance to learn more Diane Riberich. l plan to put my health occupation course to use in the future by going into the medical field .. . Kevin Day A :Ixus UI.. as Veer, 'wx sg FMS lVlii4E Lfmiifiriii is X ,.,.--"""' Some people feel that hall passes are just a waste of time, but others feel like they just cause more problems because they have to go through a routine of telling where, why and what for. Hall passes might be a problem, but they do keep order in the halls. Hall passes are great if you write like a teacher . . . Ricky Howington. Hall passes are easy to get when you have a face as honest as mine . . . Anonymous. Hall passes are unnec- essary because people roam'the halls anyway . . . Alan Pope. On Campus! 169 M ' gp ml!-ru In P.E. students are required dress out everyday and if a day missed or gym clothes are the time must be made up after school If we fail to make up the time our grade will be dropped a letter grade . . . Brian Weeks. The "games people play" in P. E. depend on what we want during a particular season Lynn Rhoden- izer. Competition is the name of the game in my P.E. class Anony- mous. 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'53 3, 7 rv- Here at Forest Park with the hassle and rush of so many people things seem to get a little hectic at times The students need a place to hide their food throw things and get rid of heavy books This place is obviously our locker our home away from home Students get the use of a 3ft x lft x lft locker for nine months at the cost ot 51.50. This is only 213 of a penny per day. This cost is a good bargain since the locker has to put up with abuse and revenge all year long. So whenever you need to just get away from it all, you always have your locker. , A 1 x -.R vw.. fi - if V f-Sb, g!'w.,1 Y -ES f. 4 ...J " , -- .Fl hu -nf g 5. T . u A J 5 1 1 v NNNNNN 1 X254 V 4 ,yt X ,ff L Q WMM, , 5 f s why 9: X fl X I f f f 1 fwf 1, X M MKWW , S :eel 3 xml, 4, fl -' ' ' Wlkqnn 'sl '31 V 5 A,.. , fy Af V , px ' f. " ia1L1"':f IIFJ ,,1.i.j', ' , A .. Ag - ' :il , ., VWQQX .db vw ' M9 W ff: Yfx Q . f E fi 1 ' 3 , - -"fx 3 lwLV4kW,.,,f .,., .. T, X-M A ,, W, ,z A I If ffiiif f.-'fp dei! 23554-Ljsi' Lizxffgf Q 6 E31 mjwU'?A:FEf51'x357i '5 ffzfiixnivi fig 555 Yftii , fi' 1' ff gglfgisigfaggffgggmy-.Q X Af :Iii5w?iF"WfiR,ZW43'?Vif!l51l4f" 4 1 4' , .,h,.'L ,W ,0- I Seniors of 1979 take pride in being the best at Forest Park Senior High. It has taken us twelve long years of hard work and memories to get this title. The long hours put in on a home- coming float, the homecoming game against Jonesboro, and the prom will all be highlights remem- bered for years. Now, coming to the end of the year, we are ex- cited about the fast approaching graduation. 3 Ki I, L ,Ls KJV . Y Q? 1 . 'vm i I ' 1 of KM? Y , S, wg X X A ..- Senior Class Officers: Rickey Howington, David Jayne, Wendy I YY if ,, 7' ' i' I I ' Senior Class Sponsors: Mrs. Porter and Mrs. Phillips ' ,Y TWIHGY, and Klm RGTUQ ii- f ' X L ' ' ,,f' 1 '- r i.-A are in xc: I In i s if A3 fi' r 176!Seniors A F 14 Q 1' MMI! , L.. , WEEEEWE ' ' aww , 1 .. N411-2 ww' i 4. I ,L 'DIN' . 'f 5 I an-.M -qv , asf' 5,7 -... , :, BQ? f 1. M .5 au, A '11 1 Wx W. ' ii iw Beard Wmwmmf' . ff ' T 2 if 1 if K ,um :Hs , MM ,mx i'Y:m" 1153" SQ ww. M, 11,11, ww qlwnx hJUKaF5n ,,,,,w ,,,,,,,,ux, Ma ,WM H M U W .65 Ts gg . 'E .F 43 F 'L . , bi nf" fi' Yr ff 1 :I W gt ,,-. iw V wx. W Fm ln W nl 'm 1 My favorite night of the weekend is Friday because I can stay out until 2:00 and sleep until 2:00, and Saturday because the Muppets are on . . . Jo Ne-Smith. When I am waiting in the lunch line I wonder if I will ever make it to the food . . . Mike Shikany. Mrs. Worley is my fa- vorite teacher because she knows how to get you to listen and do your work. When she teaches - you learn . Kim Rettig. I like to write and, in fact, planua career in writing. Grammar is essential Caria Stevens. My history class is boring NOT because of my teacher, I enjoy my teacher it's just one little person that makes me dread history . . . Wan- da Bettis. Blue Oyster Cult is my favorite rock group because they are simply: THE BEST . . . Jimmy Brown. Angela Gay Brewer Jacqueline Elaine Brewer Donna Lee Brock ,6- r"U -1-VSV li Carolyn Louise Copelan Barry Jack Brown David Aubrey Brown James Edward Brown James Michael Brown Brooks Bali Susan Lougie Brown Darrell Todd Bryant Scott Alan Buchanan Eva Dawn Buck Karen Leigh Bufford Donna Jean Burris Rebecca Suzanne Bush Janelle Lizabeth Butler Taylor Bay Butler Donald Ray Calalay 180iSeniors R.. 5 .eff 1 A W- 7 ' Kelly An ww' 3 mr E9 -IQ W, .mm F' , ,SE 4. mas' , if qi., , ,age ff ,WNW M .. -- , 1-1:15-. X W!. , , u. , 'x WN: 1" 1 Ml' W-,Ffa E 1 f, 3 - ,J W 4 Q K 7,44 457, ,, gf- ! M N ,H -f -v:. , A - -A l1 4, wwf , nm ' ,W V 1 mfg! 3 Lynda Ann Daugherty Brenda Gay Davis Larry Todd Davis Mona Rae Davis Robert Everett Davis, Jr. Sandra Elaine Davis 19' I Tamela Jean Davis Tracy Darleen Davis Virginia Lynn Davis David Michael Dawe Kevin James Day "i Sharon Elizabeth Deason John Charles Dees Karin Frances DeLay Pamela Van Delzell Jane Ann Derrick Seniors! 183 Beverly Deann Dial Thomas John Dickey Donna Marie Dickson Ellen Denise Dobbs Andrew Steed 3 Y ,.f Ftandy Clayton Dorsey Frances Elaine Doyle Julie Lynn Duckworth Phyllis Kay Ellen Duckworth Lena Gail Duke if 4 Derrill Dwayne Duncan Michael Craig Durham Matthew Paul Durrance 184!Seniors ...l Laurie Jean Earle Michael Anthony Earls Kathe JO Eaton -iifiwg iifa X .. M, , . , -- 1 9' 1731 Exam I . 1 wyg':, ,L wgagg was-11W !, E Q JF ' ww' wi 4,4 1 uw 57,439 , i' , , En 'fi . . M ' .1 ,, . -pw ffm w LV ,K,, W ,,,, Wu::.1 "" , Wi 9' M SW .3 rl 'fi no 1: 1 :X ' av a , ' ' !mw.w,.ww:Qg" Qs- NEW Nq:nw!w':,m,:Y:,.5Ww:53':::u '-'- ,Mix , 5 W .N M.- wa? ,- Mi' ew, r, uw , ga- 1, .M 1 w 'FM my If ' My W ' QW' F H U NI, Q .zam QM "nv 11.5 A l -M-v Lana Denise Goss Peggy Ann Grannan Diane Gray Dudley Alvin Gray Delia Fluba Green i i Teresa Flenay Greer David Eugene Griffin Michael Ray Griffin '-MH -.. M..- Preston Shawn Griffin Richard Thomas Griffin az Mark Andrew Griswell Alecia Dianne Grooms Francesco Aldo Guarnieri Flebecca Ann Hadaway Tracy Renee Hall My favorite place to eat is not the school cafeteria . . . Teresa Greer. Some of the things I like that happen at school everyday is the 1st period bell, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th, but most of all the 7th period bell . . . Lisa Rayner, I hope to get my cosmotology license when l get out of high school . . . Mary Turner. The best tradition at FPSH is playing Jonesboro every year and beating them Debbie Everett. School tradition means to love your school and remember all the good times you had after you've graduated . .. Nedrah Weaver. My fa- vorite thing to do at school is to walk down the halls and say Hi to all the pretty foxes . . . Max Arrington. A good vocational course would be "Creative Daydreamingf' because all of us are good at it Diane Winters. One thing that happens everyday that I like is drama class . . . 'Becky Bush. Seniors! 187 Fil' ' - 1 ,, .,,,,7 . . , Suzanna Hall Douglas Keith Hand 1' Jeff, Katherine Marie Hargis Jennifer Lynn Harmon I-40 ,4 .., Paul Randall Harp Kelly Lauren Hall Bruce Hammond Christopher Mark Hanie Joseph Andrew Hardnett Deborah Jean Harris Brett Kenneth Harte Donna Lee Hartline Georgianne Hartline Byron Hartsfield Kimberly Charlene Harvey Judith Kay Hawkins 1B8lSeniors H 'a 1 fx ,.1 1512353 1' --H M if? .-L gn., 1 5 ax ,w V, Rf 2 , ' 11: In ff i ' ww f v 1iQQ mn, fi? 'fm gig? 2- 'K' i is A ,rw . 15 fm '5 WNQESE 2 , ww WP" 'L "m't3iN ' mug, ' Q , T Q, us Wm. 1 Jennifer Gail Johnson Jodi Kay Johnson Mark Aian Johnson i .ff Mm Barbara Jean Jones Dana Marie Jones Gregory Tobias Jones i Karen Eiizabeth Jones Kim Fairchild Jones Kimberly Nan Jones Melonie Marlene Jones Tina Ann Jones Amy Cornelia Jordan Sandra Marike Kangiser Daniei Lavelle Karr Debra Lynn Keener Mary Sue Keith Seniors!191 fig " M 'W u,,, ww mx' 'X 'W-1 'Q 1,1 W W, A ,W ' W u W ,aff 'egg :Wg x 1- mm... M if .-r L rgtm'-y I w' ,. ,hc F. 4 ,Q F ' 4 1 H 1 X i , I Q 'rwvvf -'W' his Jack Michael Kirksey Kelly Jean Klump Jimmie Ray Knight Jeffrey Glenn Knowles Carla Lynnette Langley L -an Q ,,-v l l Rhonda Denise Lanier Randy Lamar Lankford Robert Allen Largin Donald Ray Larimer Denise Lynn LaR U9 2 w J Dawn Lavelle Lasseter Robert Michael Leath Joe Edward Lee, Jr, Pamela Lynn Lee Russel Raymond Lee Lisa Dawn LGSIGI' 1 SEQIJQQQS Qi? EEE? 1 l 4 SL.. Seniors! 193 1l1i., sg ,. ,gf ' ' m..H fmnuff, fawgllf 3 ff Jw """ Q B. F 3 39 2- 333331533 3 . rws Q gm 3 "'f"3:J33, "f su, ':'Dm,,,.nf 3, 3 . gl, ,g ,Mi 33333335 ii up ,M 5, Mi i33333 3 , j- if Q35 gn W ! 3.f hm Jw , ,gn , 5' 5., 9. -.U Q, 333 3333 1! s m iQ?9E3E3:3:31' 3 Patrick Earnest Mathes Sandra Darlene McCart Danny Howard McKinney Robert Lewis Mergens .M Steven Grady Matthews Matthew David Mayfield Wanda Gayle Mayhue Debbie Lynn McCann Deondria LeAnn McDuffie Clistine Lea McEachern Cynthia Lynne McElfresh Carol Jean McGee Q 1 Sherry Lynn McLemore Herman Earl MCFiaG Stephen Linton Merrifield Patricia Diane Mikeis Geneva Pearl Mcvey Connie Louise Medert I usually think about how dull it would be to work in the lunchroom while I am waiting in line for lunch . . . Suzanne Cook. I feel that writing reports, essays, and term papers help you by giving you practice in writing and thinking about what you have read . .. Murray Long. Mrs. Gary is my favorite teacher because not only does she make a good teacher but she makes a pretty good friend also. She's very understanding, she'll listen to you at most any time and she has a wonderful personality. One word to sum it all up, she's "fantastic" Dawn Bartow. I like to go to Atlanta. There's not much to do in Forest Park but to go rolling . . . David Strawn. Friday night is my favorite night of the weekend because I know I have two days to relax till Monday, then it is combat time again Mike "Kilg" Kilgore. Seniors! 195 fini! Leslie Arnold Milam Cindy Louise Miles Benjamin Harrison Miller Joseph Lee Miller Flobert William Miller W VS V Q Teresa Lois Miller Glenda Lea Minton Darryl Eugene Mitchell Janet Lynn Mobley Gregory Scott Moen Cynthia Diane Monroe Mickey Vernon Monroe Darrell Ashley Moore Kay Michelle Moore Susan Rene Moore Jerome Arneal Morgan 196! Seniors Mark Edward Morgan Michael David Morgan James Dewitt Morris l've never been first in line, l've always been last, and I know that again I will stand in line for 20 minutes and again have 10 wonderful min- utes to find a place to sit down, gulp my food down, put my tray up and be back in the room on time Tawnya Peacock. ln English, the first thing we do is the morning activities. Then Mr. Lockhart checks roll, in the middle of it the intercom comes on and Mr. Lockhart rolls his eyes. Next we hear a voice saying, "Get out the books" or "we're gonna have a test today." . . . Annonymous. Being a Senior of 1979, gives me a feeling of pride, because l've worked hard to get here . . . Lynn Rhodenfzer, I am just glad. l'm a SENlOFi lyelll yell! yelllp ... Keith Hand. Sandy Lee Morrison Darrell Forbes Morrow Gary Anthony Mosley Wynonia Ann Morton Michael Nicholas Muccillo Phyllis Dianne Mullins Mary Elizabeth Murdock George Allen Murphree Mitchell Glenn Murphy Alan Robert Murtha Melinda JO Nash Sonja Sheree Nave JO Anne NeSmiTh i-J ,L Susan Eileene Newman Margaret Maria Nicholson fxfx f-xr-A f-X D 'D Q Seniors! 197 - EDJ Gust UQ Q 1,, Donald Shannon Nix N Janice Suzette Nix Tina Rae Nixon Steven Richard Noel Laura Diane Norton ...TV Kevin Scott Odell Timothy Carl Ogletree Christine Linn Oliver Christopher Eugene Olson Robin Kay O'Neal 'pf we -41' 'err' F i Teresa Ann Overby Alan Lee Owens Ann Marie Padgett Karl William Palmer Sandra Leigh Palmer If -r -1 Alan Marshall Pape Melissa Kay Parker Beverly Gayle Patterson Anita June Payne Lewis Branson Payne SEQQUQPUQS 'AED E322 .. -111 awnya Cassandra Peacock Harry Franklin Penley Debra Lynne Pfeiffer Joy Renee Pounds Kathryn Anne Pearcey David Paul Peltzer Tammy Teresa Pettite Jackie Hope Petty rfx C, L. J, 4 . Janet Arlene Phillips Christine Denise Pierce Michael Allen Pierce Danny George Poulos Douglas Clark Price Gloria Gayle Propes Penny Jean Pruitt Kenneth Wayne Ratledge Seniors! 199 l' if 4- 4139 1 S. f' Lisa Kaye Rayner Tony Randall Reese Harvey Lamar Reeves Joy Leigh Reeves Maudistine Delores Reeve I i "" Teresa Diane Reeves Kimberly Anne Rettig Sheila Marie Rnoades Sharon Lynn Rhodenizer Lisa Susanne Richardson l Valencia Arnette Ridley William Richard Ridling Cynthia Lynne Riley lfniilvllllilii will i' Q w,i,li,i,i,np I Karen Renee Fiimmef Leslie Walter Rivers Patricia Robin Roberson 200! Seniors 5 L' I NJ f i w w N L, V, i " I ' .Af Melody Anne Roberts Pamela Jane Robertson Sandra Deanne Rogers R 1-I IDS Iii f ur 'J is---fr S-l 1 ,A Thomas Allen F?OllihS Deborah SUB Rowland Sherry Lynn Russell Stephanie Lynn Russell Scott Alexander Salsman fi. we v Ti, i H wx Melanie Delores Satterfield Stanley Chase Saunders Roberl Alan Scott Michael Fredrick Seal Louie Cecil Seaman 3 -a -O' 1,7 Wade William Shadiflgef James Alan Sheats Benjamin Lee Sheffield Clifford James Shelley Larry Russell Shelton SELRQDQDQS QF ESE? Seniors! 201 ., Amy Dianne Sherwood Michael Joseph Shikany Jerry Richard Shinall, Jr. Michael Lewis Short Lana Annette Simpson 3 in f F, .nv -. nf' H in .4 5: I . l Robert Lee Slaton Robert Steven Smallwood Anthony Michael Smith Bobby Lavone Smith Candy Dee Smith 1.- 11 I -'Y Edward Wayne Smith James Robert Smith Patti Elaine Smith Sandra Elaine Smith Clayton Matthew Snyder in ,Q 'A W M aww' , 1 l . Rodney Lee Snyder Donald Boyd Southern Laurie Lorraine Sparks John LOuiS Stahl Hilton Inman Stallings, Jr. iii? EQ?? Judith Diane Stanford Wendy Sharlene Stanley John Curtis Stensland Alan Kent Stephens 'W we Maria Flita Stevens Julius Woodfin Stinson, Jr. Li 1.7 Rhonda Kaye Stone David Allen Strawn -fr Donnie Jean STHDD Michael Glenn Starr Judith Ann Stein W twill Alicia Gaye Stephens Elissa Carol Sterrett Carla Renay Stevens Linda Maria Stinson Exa Lynn Strawn PANXHEHS uiti-l THE 5 Seniors!203 l I Cathy Marie Strickland Cheryl Ann Strickland Robert Michael Suarcz James Burton Sutfin, ll A Qi l 204!Seniors l l Dee Anna Strickland Donna Elaine Strickland Deedra Ann Swain Debra Marie Sweat K Christine Tackus Lisa Michelle Crowe Talley Miriam Mechelle Tanner Teresa Ann Tatzel James Vance Strickland i Elizabeth Allison Tabor Douglas Arlan Tankersley Sherry DeAnn Teague -1-1 n Joseph Teague Brenda Gayle Miller Thacker Juanita Sue Thiessen Douglas Alan Thomas Deborah Colleen Thomason Q--.41 Eric Michael Thompson Harvey Raymond Thweatt Robert Konfz Tillman Sfepnan Robert Ti'S0n Gefald TVWOITWSS TiTSnaWi JV- t , . l . Bambi Lynn Trotter Rebecca Lea Tucker Sfepnen Randal TUG' Scott Eugene Trammell Leroy Travis Leland David Trivett Katherine Ann Trobaugh Seniors! 205 semen ee eeee U , F :' Wir" Fm. Mmm- W: ggi'-1'm, 5 NNNN JW u , ' lm M W Eu., w M ,H ks '99 . ,Q nm, , ,pf ' ,Jw-www A MQW- NF: V Q .wg Tami Renee Wells Anthony Kenneth West Donna Lynn West Flonald Edward Weston Betsy Ruth Whatley .,t,,.-wr' Jennifer Wheeler Gregory Howard Whitaker Donald Richard White Hebert White, Jr. Kenneth Wayne White Tammie Doreen White Lee Ann Whitehead Lisa Ann Whitley l Charles Edward Whitmire Connie Ramona Wiggins Evelyn Denise Williams X Seniors!207 l like to run my mouth everyday all day . . . Michelle Kelly. The thing l do everyday is take notes in Mrs. Thompson's class! Jimmy Filson. Mr. Bynum is my favorite science teach- er because he hates the intercom system as much as the students do . . . David Brown. My science teacher is like a sleeping pillg he puts you to sleep . . . Doug Walker. The most excit- ing that has happened to me was when I learned how to type . . . Tim Titshaw. The thing I like to do everyday at school is go to Mrs. Thompson's class 6th period. The people are really wild and crazy . . . Barbara Jones. I like Dwarf House because l'm a Chick-Fil-A fanatic . . . Teresa Miller. Stewart Allen Wilson Kimberly Lynn Williams Tracy Lynne Wlmsett Jefferson Edward Winslett I 'N' LI 1 208lSeniors ,N 4 Carla Michelle Wright Flay Albert Yates X' William Lynn Williamson Wayne Luther WiIllS :SP Diane Winters Floyd Douglas Worley Mary Diane Wright James Phillip Wynne Q59 . C Barry Keith York Lisa Lynette Young "Q 'rf if, M ,M-P' Walk on a rainbow trail' walk on a trail of song, and all about you wiil be beauty. There is a way out of every dark mist, over a rainbow trail. In Loving Memory of LARRY GILPIN I 3531 Q, onEe KETQHAM Ki' H 'fr' z -X ,L wr- flf, .4 W ,ty V qty ,NK W4 J, r ,v w-, V+ V - Wy. 5, , ff, it in ig , is 3 WR' W u jf, Y :PAID ' ,v f ,M 'QL WU- :TY I I Liang X an ,, My Wm ,L,, Q! ,L,, L VL M y .,. YQ W , yggQZ1g6? Vu 4 A LT kgi7 lax 'rw 1 ff NKAQ R ' ' gj I A 11X ,xx fx ,-X ,fix ,fx fx ,f'X, ' J f" C KX - sam UQLQ Q Q52 seas -I xl. X If Pg LI fi- ,f,1-. ,M , M. - , an, az . .f ,, an ,, :fa X, :L A AI, 5a X I' I like being a Senior of '79 because I know that I have worked twelve long years to tinal- ly get here . ,. Cathy Strickland. Being in- volved as a Senior at Forest Park is a very memorable experience to me Rhonda Lanier.. Being a Senior of '79 is a very proud honor. This year the Seniors are better than ever . . . Lynn Fihodenizer. I plan to become a registered nurse when I graduate . . . Car- men Bodiford. I think we have rnore school spirit here at Forest Park than any other Clayton County school . . . Mavis Crain. Seniors of '79 are great .. . J.L.R. 2 N Y,.gEwr fa, El " Ci E 1.1 "7 I-I W., 1 g N. Seniorsi211 VICKY ADDlSON -- Flag Corps 10, 11, Co-Captain 123 Kappa Club 10, 11. DON ALLEN - Band 10, 11, 121 Key Club 11, Lieutenant Governor 12L ROTC 10, 11, 123 Student Council 12: Chorus 12. PAM ALLEN 7 Spanish Club 11, 12. Sl-lERFrY ANDERSON -- Band 10, ' I SUSAN ANDERSON - Flag Corps 10, 11. Captain 12: Student Council 10: lnterclub 12. MAX ARRINGTON - DECA, x 3' ry q , V . , r , ' DON AUBER 7 French Club 10, 11, 123 ,Who's Who ln American I-llgh School 113 Presbyterian College Junior Fellow 113 Trigonometry, Award' 11: Georgia Certificate ol Meritttt KIM BALDWIN - Chorus 10. 3 , 3 ' , I 1, I KATHY BANKS- Drama Club 10, 12QCl'l01'U8 Librarian 10. 11, 121 Spanish 11, 123 Majorette 11, 12, BILLY BARTLETT - DECA 11, Vlce4Presldent 12, DAWN BARTOW 7 ROTC 10: Art Club 12. GERITA BATCHELOR -- Drama Club 11, 123 Spanish Club 1-1, Parliamentarian 121 Who's Who in Foreign Languages 1 13 Beta Club 10, 113 Chorus 11, 123 Who's Who Among American High School Students 11. , " r CHIP BEAULIEU 7 Drama Club 10, tt, Public Relations 123 Forrester Staff 113 French Club 103 Honorable Mention "Best Actor" County Competition 103 4-H Club 10, 11. 12. CHRIS BELL 7 Soccer 10, 11, 12: Student Council 12: DECA 12, PERRY BENNETT - Co-ed-Y 10. Chaplain 11, President 123 ROTC 10. 11, 123 Color Guard 10, 11, 12: Commander 11, 12: Homecoming Escort 11, 123 lnterclub Council 12. MlKE BEHIAULT - Soccer 10, 11, 123 French Club 10, 11, President 12. WALLACE BERTSCHIN 7 Wrestling 10, 11, 121 Football 11, 12: Spanish Club 12. SHERRI BETTIS - Band 10, 11. 12: Drama Club 12. BENJAMIN BILES - DECA Il, lll, SHARON BLACK 7 Student Council 10, 11, 12, advisory cabinet 101 Drill Team 11, 122 Coed Y 103 Homecoming Court 11. 12: Miss Forest Park Pageant 10, 123 Art Club 12. BRENDA BLAlR - Drill Team 12g Miss Forest Park Pageant 11, top ten 123 Kappa Club 12: DE 11. MARK BLAND 7 Track 10, 11: ,Cross Country 10. DEBBIE BOBO 7 Basketball 10, 11, 123 Miss Forest Park Pageant 10: Track 11. CARMEN BODIFORD - FBLA 10, 11, 123 French Club 113 Chorus 12: Beginning Chorus VP 12, CURTIS BOOTH - VlCA 12. - LORI BOZARDT 7 Drill Team 10, Treasurer tt, 123 Beta Club 10, 11, 123 Spanish Club 11: Who's Who in Foreign Language 113 Who's Who ln American High School Students 11. DANNY BRACKETI' 7 Band 10. 113 DECA 12. DOUG BRADLEY -- Chorus 11, 12. MICHELE BFIANNOCK 7 Beta Club 10, Historian 11, 12: Band 10, 112 Flag Corps 12: Student Council 113 National Honor Society 12g Who's Who Among American High School Students 113 University of Georgia Certificate of Merit 11. CHUCK BRAY 7 Football 10, 11, 123 French Club 10, Spanish Club 113 Defensive Player of the Year 123 David Tondee Award 12. LINDA BRAY -- Flag Corps 10, 11, 12. ANGELA BREWER - VlCA Club Reporter 12. DONNA BROCK 7 National Merit Award 113 Prom Committee 113 Kappa Club 10, DAVID BROWN 7 Band 10, 11, 123 Key Club 10, 121 Track 11, 123 DECA 10: Who's Who Among American High School Students 11. JAMES E. BROWN - Coed Y 103 Art 103 lst Lieutenant ROTC. JIMMY MlCHAEL BROWN -- Golf team 1 1, 123 Who's Who Amorg Hlgh School Students 123 French Club 10, 113 Jr. Varsity Basketball 103 Certificate ol Merit in French 10. SUSAN BROWN 7 DECA 113 FBLA 12, VOT 123 Honor Roll 10, 11, 12. KAREN BUFFORD 7 Basketball 10, 11, 12: Beta Club 10, 11, 12. JEAN BURRIS - Drill Team 10, Historian 11, Captain 123 Beta Club 10. 11, 12: 6th District VP 103 National Honor Society 123 Spanish Club 10, 113 Kappa Club 113 Ga. Certificate of Merit 113 Irtterclub Council 123 Who's Who in Foreign Language ll: Student Council 11, 12: Government Day 10. BECKY BUSH - Chorus 10, 11, 123 Beta Club 10, 11: Drama Club 11. 121All-State Chorus 10, 111 Spanish Club 113 Student Council 10. JANELLE BUTLER - Band 10, 11, l2Q Beta Club 10, 11, 123 French Club 11, 12: National Honor Society 123 lnterclub Council 123 Band President 123 French Club Program Chairman 113 All-State Band 10, Alternate 113 District 6 Honor Band 10, 113 Certificate ol Merit 11: Who's Who in Foreign Language 11. DONNY CALALAY 7 VICA 12. RHONDA CALHOUN 7 FBLA 10, 11, Vice-President 12. PATTI CALLINA - Drama Club 10, 11, Pres. -123 Chorus 10, 11, 12. JENNIFER CANTFIELL 7 Band 10, 11, 12: All-State Band 10. 111 Bela Club 10, 11, 122 French Club 10, 11, 123 Prom Committee 11. LYNN CANUP 7 DECA 11, 12, KELLY CARTER 7 Basketball manager 103 Prom Committee 11: Spanish Club 11, 12: Who's Who Among American High School Students. ' WlNSTON CARTER 7 VOCA 10, 11, 122 lnterclub 10. 11, 12. ANGELIA CARVEFI 7 Beta Club 10, 11, 123 VOT 7 Historian 123 Kappa Club 11: Chorus 10: Basketball manager 10: Spanish Club 11. RON CASE - Cross Country 11, 12: Track 111 Most Valuable Player ln Track 11. PAM CERNUT - ROTC 10, Color Guard 11, Film Committee 12: ROTC Newspaper The General 12, JULIE CHASE 7 Drama Club 11, 123 Swim team 103 Chorus 11, 12. I FRAN CLARK - Student Council 10, Sec, 11, Pres. 12, GASC Co-Presldentg National Honor Society 11, 123 Beta Club 10, 11, 123 Drill Team 10, 11. 123 Homecoming Court 11. Queen 123 Miss Forest Park Pageant 10, Government Day 10, 113 WSB's Young American 12: Rotary Student ofthe Month 123 Chorus 10, 11. SUSAN COLE 7 Varsity Basketball 10, 11, 321'Art Club 12. STEVE CONINE 7 Spanish 11, 12. , CYNTHlA COOK 7 FBLA 12, I SUZANNE COOK 7 Spanish Club 11, 122 Drama Club 12. DAVE COFlLEV 7 Band 10, 11, 121 Chnms 101 Key Club 11, 12. PAULA COWAN 7 .l.v, Cheerleading 103 Varsity Cheerleading 11, Scrapbook 121 Student Council 11, 12Q Cofed-Y 123 Homecoming Court 10. 12. MAVIS CHAIN - Chorus 10, 11, 123 Drama Club 12. GREG CFZOCKETT - ROTC 10, 11, 123 Band 10, 111 Who's Who Among American High School Students, ' LARRY CFZOWDEH - ROTC: HOFl'l600ml3'lQ Escort 11, 123 Swim Teamg Band. KAREN CUSTRED 7 French Club 11, 121 Dfama Club 12. GREG FAULKNEH -- VICA 10. JOANNA FIFIELD 7 Miss Forest Park Pageant 101 Kappa Club 10. ,JlM,MYFll,,SQN - DECA 12. UNDA HSCUS 7 VOCA 10, 113 Art Club 12. DARRYL, FLEAUHY 7 ROTC 10: DECA 12. , ' ' UARRYLFQWLEF? 7 Chorus 10, 11, 121 Drama 11, 123 DECA 12. , ' I REVELL FRASER - Forrester Staff, Sports Editor -- 11, Editor 7 123 French Club 10 -Jlreasufef, 11, 172: C060-Y 10: lnter'Club 12. ' 1 A JERRY FREEMAN 7 DECA 11, 12: ROTC 10, 11, 12. 3 JOSEPH FREEMAN 7 VOCA 12. ROTC. ' ' STEVEN FRIX 7 VICA 11, 123 DCT 11, 12. GWEN FULTON - Chorus 10, 11. 123 Miss Forest Park Pageant 12. MARK FULWIDER 7 Drama Club. PETE FUSELIER - Chorus 103 Spanish Club 11, 12. MIKE FUTRAL 7 Chorus 10, 11, 123 Drama 11, 123 Coed-Y 121 Baseball 12. TOMMY GALLOWAY 7 VICAQ DCT. CHARLES GARNER 7 Chorus 11, 12, LISA GARRETT - Beta Club 16211, 123 Student Council 11, 12g Drama Club 123 Certificate of Merit 111 Who's Who Among American High School Students 113 Government Day 10, 113 Chorus,1O. SHEILA GATEWOO0 --'Cl'IOI'Iz!sf41, 12, DlANA GENTRUP- Drill Teamnill 11, 12, Co-Captain 123 Kappa 10, 11. 12. JEFF GERMANY -- Spanish Club' M. SUSAN GlBSON --DECA 10: Prom Committee 113 Chorus 10, Art Club 121 Drama 123 Concert Choir 11, 123 Hand Bell Chow 12. DEBBIE GILBERT 7 Chorus 10.7114 12. VALERIE GILL -- ROTC 10, 11, il2i ROTC Dixie Angels 10, 11, DENISE GOODINE - Concert Choir 11, 12Q Chorus 10. MIKE GOODSON - VICA. 3 , CARLYNNE GOOLSBY--Chorus 103 Concert Choir 11, 123 Handbell Choir 121 Drama Club 123 Prom Committee 11: All State Chorus 11. LANA GOSS-DrillTsam 11, Secretary 121 Homecoming Court 11, 12, Princess 123 Student Council 10. 11, 12. Advisory Cabinet 10: Spanish Club 10, Program Chairman 113 Coed-Y 103 VICA 12. PEGgY GRANNAN -- Chorus 103 Concert Choir 11, 12: Hand Bell Choir 123 Drama Club 11, 123 R TC 10, 11. ALVIN GRAY 7 Basketball 10, ll, 123 WSB Award 113 Player ofthe year award 113 Most Valuable Player Award 11. DlANE GRAY - Chorus 12. TERESA GREER 7 Forrester Stafl 10, 11, Business Manager 10, 113 Spanish Club 11, 123 Drama Club 11, 123 Who's Who in American High Schools 123 Beta Club 10, 11, 123 Freshman Scholar - Deans List 12: 3rd Place Short Story in Creative Arts Festival 10, 'IMKE GRIFFIN --6-State President Student Council 123 Parliamentarian Student Council 123 Advisory Cabinet Student Council 113 Presbyterian College Award 113 Chorus 10, 113 Coed-Y 10, 11, 12, Officer 11, 123 C1116 Country Team 11, 123 Track 11, 12: WSB Great-Young American Award: Beta Club 10, 11, 12: National Honor Society 123 Rotary Student of the Month 123 Governors Honor Semitlnallst 113.Who's Who IU American High Schools 111 Georgia Cerlilicate of Merit Winner 11, RICKY GRIFHN - Tennis Team 10, 11, 12. MARK GRISWELL - Boys Basketball 10, VlCA 123 Coed-Y 12. ALECIA GROOMS - Basketball 10. KELLY HALL - Band 10, 11, 12, Jazz Band 103 Spanish Club 11, 12: Beta Club 10, 11, Chaplain 123 National Honor Society 123 Student Councll 113 Drama Club 123 Swim Team 123 Ga. Certificate of Merit 11. SERANNA HALL-BfTeam Varsity Basketball Team 10: Girls Tennis 10, Co-Captain 103 Girls Tennis Captain 11, 12: Art Club 12 BRUCE HAMMOND - Football 11, 12. KEITH HAND- Annual Staff 10, Art Editor 11, 123 Chorus 10, 113 President 123 Who's Who Among American High School Students 123 Inter-Club 12. CHRIS HANIF 7 Soccer 10, 11. 123 Football 10: Spanish Club 10: Who's Who Among American High School Students 12 KATHY HARGIS 7 Cheerleader J V. 10, Varsity 11, Co-Captain l2Q Student Council 10, 11, 12: Beta Club 10, 11, 12, University of Ga, Certificate of Meritg Who's Who Among American High School Students 12, Spanish Club 11: Honor Floll 10, 11, 12: Governor's Honors Semilinalist 10. LYNN HAPMON 7 FBLA 12 DEBBIE HARRIS 7 FBLA 12 GEORGIANNE HAFlTLlNE 7 Chorus 10. 11, 12 JO JO HAFITSFIELD 7 Basketball 10, 11, 12, Baseball 11, 121 FOOIball 11, 12 KlMBERLY HARVEY 7 Drama Club 11, 123 Chorus 10, 11 MARK HERNDON 7 Certificate of Merit Award llj Who's Who Among American High School Students 123 Algebra Student of the Year 10, Hrgh Honor Roll 10. 113 12, DON HICKS --Beta Club 10, 11, Treasurer 123 National Honor Socretv 123 Band 10, 113 Forrester Staff Reporter 12: French Club 10, Historian 11, 123 Prom Committee 113 University of Ga. Certificate of Merit Award 11, Who's Who Among American l-llgh School Students 12, Drama Club 122 PTSA 12. JEFF HICKS - ROTC 10, Chorus 10, 11, 12: Drama 113 12 JEFF HIGGINS 7 Varsity Football 10, 11, 12, Track 10, JUDY HAWKINS - Who's Who Among American High School Students 12, Who's Who in Foreign Languages 11, 12: Beta Club 12, Spanish Club 113 12 TIM HILL-Glworus 10: Concert Choir 11, Chaplain 123 Drama 11, 12, Who's Who Among American High School Students 111 Spanish Club 12, DONALD Choir 123 French Club 10. KARL HOFEIQE -- WCA 12, KENNETHHOKE-Concert Choir 11, 12, French Club 11 ARNOLD HOLMSTROM -'Football 103 113 12, Track 1O KELUE HOWARD 4-- AI'l'Sh0W. 3rd Place 113 1st Place 12: Art Club 12. KATHY HOWELL'-v-H 101 , FIICKEY HOW1NGTONFF8S18'QQlb, 10, 11, 123 Coed-Y 12, Senior Class Treasurer 123 Drama Club 11, 12:PTSA10, 11, 12g'Wh0'sfWho ID Foreign Languages Spanish Club 11, 123 University o1Ga, Certificate ot Merit., 3 , if , LAURA HUDLOW r-ffCh0Ilw5310, 11, 3g1Beta Club 10, 11, Drama Club 123 Who's Who in American High Schools 11: Georgia State Certificate of Merit 11 WE? HUDSON-HFTOTC 10, 11,1 1V21'CthQruS5TlO3 Swimming 10, 11, 121 DE 10, lli Junior Achievement 1 , .,V33 LANE DAILEY - tv. Basketball 105 'varatty,BeslterbaIl 12. JOEY HUGGINS - ROTC 10,r,1'1,,'rglr2griSpgrttt1gn Club 10, LYNDA DAUGHEHTY - Beta Club to 't 14 124 NHS 121 Band 10. 11, 12: Spanish club 11, 12: Who's JIMMY HUMPHREY -P wont.: 5 i3,, 3',33 , gg Who in American High Schools 1 1,3'Who's who in Froeign Language 113 National Spanish Contest CLARK HUTSON 7 JV,FoosbeaJ 1 1, 123 Track 10, 1 1. Certificate of Honor 113 Governorfetelonors Nominee 113 Prom Committee 11. LANNVHYDER 7 Wrestilng President 12: VICA Club 10, 11, BRENDA DAVIS - Band 103 Anriuare1art,1Ht, ' 3 ROBERT LYNN DAVIS - Band 10, 113 Aiitstatoaand, 10: District Honor Banc 10, 11g Flag Corps 12. RESA STEPHENS, MONA DAVIS - Drama 10, 11, zggxstgorue 132. , 1, MARY JAMES ff- 12. SANDRA DAVIS - Band 10, 11g"1RDTQ"lQ,r1,1gf,HOTC,C0lOrVGUQfd 131. DAVlDrJAYNE++'Sr, 122 Inter-Club 121 Student Council 12, KEVIN DAY - Symphonic saoo 1'943j1t.i '12: Drum Malo: 11, 12:! Swim Team to, 11, 12: Key Club 1 tg gooey ,12, 3Vr,,,,,',r Key Club President 123 Inter-CligbflQQtlr?pl!, 12. 7 ."' ' DAHRYL 122 Coed-Y 101 French Club 11. SHARON DEASON - Chorus l0RaK3?P3r195 'PIUU1 Commfilee 111 JENNY, JOHNSON-nw KARIN DeLAY 7 Spanish Club 1111 '1,2ggVElep?6Self1iailyG 12: 3rd, place Oratofy Contest 10, JGDI JOHN50Nar7:- 123 Spanish Club 11, Who's Who in PAM DELZELL 7 Chorus 103 Pron1t9Gomrrriitoerr 113 DECA 12. American High, JANE DEFKPIICK - Who's Who Aogottgilttmerloao won School students 1251 whos Who ln Foreign sAnsAm. Jones., Club ll- Lanouagoo 113 student Council aeprosientative 12: Beta club 10, 11. 12: Spanien cron 11, 12. oANAfJortIEs3,-4-sorta 142511141 TOMMY DICKEY -- Soccer 10, 11fr'Q12g:lntsr-Club Council 12: Who's Who Among American High KIM JONES 7'FBllA fl2Q?pi ffrqff School Students 113 Student Government Day 10, ' AMY JORUAN ,,, Qhowg 12: Whois who Among American DONNA DICKSON - Chorus 10, 1,1,',12QV , , H. I I - if gow P c ' 115 s ' ci o DENISE Doses- Band 1o, 11, 121D1SttlC!'H0hOrB8l'td 10, 11, 123 Chorus 11, 121 Beta to, 11, 123 3 15" Schodrsme' is 12 'Si r,'3 U 'Om Ommmee pamsh U French 11' GOverr1Or'S Honors 111 1' MELANIE JONES - sooo to, 11: ANDY DONNELLY WvIcA 12. 3, 3 N I ,,, ' ,den Gmane'+,,:,lr3Lttgjf4g,qxriggygg lr ,OV 1 3, ,C, b :C FRANCES DOYLE ' Chofus 10' 171 UECA123 M553 Fofesf PM Pa9ea"l 12- SA1gP?w:A?ssCi2ri2t'Pa?lE 12: ' w me' U 11 hows Dgnhiifi S3S5xAlr?RTHsQa2i3oug1tgo11 12 Spanish Club 11 12 vIcA 12 DANNY KAW-Trask 10. ll? Aflflualsfaflsfalf 124 - it it 2 A I A SUE KEITH - coed-V 12g't4trtto1t.rtwlr21q, ,23ggf2Fi,i MIKE DURHAM 7 Drama Club 12, LEA ANN Educ, 123 Beta Club 10' 11, lx.A,?5lPlitlLEEIE1fEEI1hELS7 .J.NgOEirzgk1e6ball V 121 Chorus 10. Cortceft'Choir it, i Young American 123 Drama - I rr - . Club11,Ga.Certlflcate Of Merrtaward- - s C Il 10. 11: F rw , 1 4 I-t 10, 1 :vt P d I I ii",' 'f if ",r f '59 -iltr K2LZli5?J2SO,o 15?d521atOlt92,, 12: WSJ?-io?'82a"itt 1 C 2 W en' JEFFKELLY-Ferrari tr., 11 12: of the Week 121 Crm KIP ENGLAND - Football 11, 123 Spanish Club 10, 11, 123 Who's Who Among American High MEgg?AY E:?LIeg3a1gitio?gr School Students 12. ' ' ' - "r'r"'rr,' ifrfi rff1'I' KELLY ESTES - VICA 10, ' M'CHEl-I-E KEU-Y " Band 104 H5 M58 LU FAMBROUGH W Kappa to, 11, 123 Intercrub 12: Student council 121 Executive Committee 12. NATAUE KELLY - Band 10. Prom Forest Park Pageant 12- USA pApqMEg .L DECA: Chorus- K PAM KELLY -- Band 10. 11, 721 Dfafhp 10, 11. 212!Seniors I I I fy jif WILLIAM KENEFILY - Football: ROTC Staff Sergeant: Sabre Team Member. VALENCIA RIDLEY - Drama Club 12: Chorus 12: FHA 10, GLENN KENNEY - ROTC 10, 11, 12: Coed-Y 10: Spanish Club 10. M, ,,,,,V QMQY RILEY M- Chorus 10, Prom Committee 11. SKERBFCVKJGHT -- Chorus 10, 11, 12: Student Council 11: DECA 123 Miss Forest Parlgya ,,,,,I 4, --,L,,llQj ,,RlMMER - FBLA 10, 11: Prom Committee 11. .K Q MIKE KQILGORE- Student Council 12, Executive Committee: Band 10, 11, V 1111- , 33tVEFtS --Basketball 10g Football 10, 11, 12. 11. 12189121 Club 10. 11. 12: Key ciuo 11: inter-club 12. , ' - '1"1 1'R f " 12BoBERsoN -M J.v. Cheerleading co-capt. 10: varsity Cheerleading 11: Captain 12: inter- YEON KIM - FBLA 12. i. , ' l -EQQQL: , ' 12, KEVIN KlNCHEl-OE - Band 10. 11. 12: Newspaper Staff 12: Club 12:,1Eiench Club 10.' MELDDY ROBERTS - Chorus 10. 11: Drama Club 123 Spanish Club 12: Science Academic Award gi-IIARON KING - Neitivspaper Staff 11: FBLA 12. H, 1. V V1.'V . ,11, 1, OTT KIRBY - RO C 11: Homeoomin Escort 11. ,i V ff ' 1 . - KELLY KLUMP - FBLA HV Q V V.,V 11, 12, Student Counc1l 10, 11, 12. JEFFREY KNOWLES e- Band 10, 11,' 12: Chorus 10, Who's Who in Arnartoanf'?i-Htieaaohoots .Chow tg, CARLA LANGLEY - Prom Committee 11. 1 ' " ROBERT LARGIN - Football 10, 11, 12. 1 RHONDA LANIER - Retrospect Staff 10, 11, Co-Editor 12: Student Council 11, 121-Jr.C1ass V.P.111: sco111sAl.sMAN+-Football 121 rraelr 11. Memulls SATTERFIELD - FBLA 12. sTt1N1sAuNoERs1,e-frFootoali,11,1121 Traelr 1O:Close-Up 11, 12. groin Committee 11, Miss Forest Park Pageant 10, 12: Inter-Club 12, Kappa Qiujyjgv V MMEVSEAL .,..,1,,ffgA,,12, V. ourt 12. '," , -BE11ir3ai4EFFlELD.iQiii?i22orsl Feorzeetz ""' 11,. 12: T it 10, 11, 12. origiiebug Vlagaen-700510: RoTc 10, 11, 12: Sweetheart 10, 12: Kappa Club 11: DramaSClub 10. . t ",' , ',1' "1' 1 -. ,'.' 1 tic 11-i-1 N 1 :'N ' s 't 11,l21V ' 'l0,11,12Z MICHAEL LASKY - ROTC 10: An Club 12. ' ' 950,913 Cemficafe 0? Mglm gg Ono' me Y amy 'me' DAWN LASSETER - Beta Club 10, Kappa Club 123 FBLA 12: 10. 11. ,, V' MIKE 35-1097 ... Fggtbgll 10' 11315pai-,ish Cm-5 114 12Q Track 10, ESSVEERJEIEEATIQVQV 1 V P 12 ,V VV , ,V ,VVV LVVVV-V the year: Drama Club. " - - - - - ' 1',,' . . .1 f1," . BOBB. ,... ,,,. r I ' . i . PAM LEE- Student Council 10, 11, 12: Miss Forest Park ,-' QQ: 1 V- lfitl:llgll51lEl1l'sElllllllESB-nEclSg1A-l21 nnis 10 11 12' s a ' li CI ri to ':" 2 1 CWWSMITH '21SPa'1'Sn Club 121 mm Commlllee H3 MELANIE LlNDER - Drill Tesrn 10, secretary 11l?CloiCapl:ain Club 10. 12 I Essgngffllm gQTrjH1l0, 11, inter-Club 12: Beta Club 10, 11, 12: Who's Who in AmericanHighj8onooi Studeratsttz Drama: 10., ,m,4MY,SMtTH ...Q-ECA 11, 12, KAY l-0110 ' FBLA Chaplain 121 . . . 11"' I ,.,.' - club 10- ooNLunoEFonoV-Tracit10.11. 1.22SW'n1m1ftQ1O. 11, , to, 11, 12: senior Concert Bane Reoreeentatlire. SVV1V2VgVg1LtoVj tn Aglgggil E911 SCWO' Students- i':'. gairetoall 101 Tennis 11, 12. " ' - , '1"'1 11' ' ' FCOUW . -1 -SNYDE . Bo3l21gL:rJLEJEVgraAngaVVg1gt:nl2V 16 12: Boro 10, 11, 12 sabre Oh0ir12i ' Lrrtuete SPARKS aaggiarna Club to, 11. V.-Pres. 12, Concert Choir 12: Student Council 11: Spanish 1 I , - . 1 ,,., , ., c11,l1t51,11o, 11, :ta Club 10, 11, SVE:Sg2Ig.QtLgglnfEr:V1'1aEjgf?glSh Club 11, 12, Secretary . Beta Club 10, 11. 12: Football 10, 11, 12: Algebra II Award 10: Trigonometry - .. ,"1' ,'-. ,.',1 1 : . 5t1E'LA MABREY-ROTC 10- Untwweettteaft- ASSt- Team 11, 12: VCT 12. 12: Chorus 12: Basketball 10. 1 1:' f 1' 1 Team 10, 11, 121 VICA 12: Miss Forest Fark Pageant to, 11. DONNA MADDOX - VOT 123 FBLA 12- "'1' ll, 1 1. ' : ' 11: Cadet Major 11: George Washington Freedom Foundation award 11 MICKEY MALONE - Basketball 11. 12: Drama Club 12. 1' 1 1' ' 'S' J0D11'1?i?STHN-.E11'C1o, 11. Material Officer 12: Drama Club 10, 11, 12: Concert Choir 11: Co-eo- GREG MANNING - Football 10, 11, 12 Captain: Track 10, 11,11323j2lt1irestllng.112333., ' V'.ygVg3Qg-Qrferigete Suzi MASON - Spanish Club 11. 12: Tennis Team 10, 11, , ., . .. . 10, 11: Football 10. DEE DEE MALHENY -, Kappa ctuo 11, 12i FBLA 12. ..l, '.l", 1 Club 11, 12, STEVE MATH WS '- Fnntbatt 10- 11- 12- 'l" i'i'i T1 "i" st ff 11, 12: B CI o 11, 12: F 11 CI o 12: Crt 11, 12: MAgTQSZVeMQ1gVlELpEcnorue 10, 11, 12: ROTC 10, 11, 12: Hgghgghool Studeftlgrqi- U lem U Omg 1 . . . MA nts v 1 ' fl o 12: F n CI o 12. i WANDA MAEHUE -giappa Club 10, 11, Vice President 12: Drill , ii LlNg3.1a,"STlf-1351 V51 12, lem: U Court 12: tudent ounctl 11: Miss Forest Park Pageant 12: , 11. , ' " ' ' " ft ".' CLISTINE MCEACHERN - Drama Club 11, 12. A... ., 12: BECA 11: vor 12' FBLA 12. CYNTHIA MoELFnEsR,+ Rorc Group Commander 121 norc oeputy:atouooorri1142rraeet.12,., it , ,QV An Club HV Ohms ,QV An Schmarsmp 1, RlxlelArE?ilSTC0mnlgmiir 12: ROTC Dlxle Angels Assistant Commander lo' 111 12: Best Actor Comedy and Drama 10: Best Supporting 0935 ft Sam -D - - , V , VQ21' VAl31Jn'111 Choruegwr Wh0's Vtithokmong American High School Students 11. glfilglllzlnvmifeqllgxtlallftlg lghncguilLl?Jl131'VIll:3Tlilef0l11 12' Chorus lo' Concert Chow ll' 12' ?llQhomsCo-ed-l0"l1tEl'10' S aemlllloeimb' 2 is it 2 K Cl b ' - - - - 1 '-.. 1 ,'..- , 1' ,.,.. 1. 1111: '11 : 1 : 11, CONNIE MEDERT - Chorus 10, DECA 10, 11: Prom Committee 11. VV Occulpralll:J?1sC?J-Op 11.31358 U ROBEFiT.MEFiGENS -- Drama Club 10, 11, 12: Concert Choir 11, 12: Intermediate A V., PA?1LY MIKELS - FBLA 12: Kappa Club 12. ll LESLIE MILAM - VICA 11, 12, 1st place in region competition: VOCA 10. ' ' i 1 - ,bl "i' ' "" Y 1 V CINDY MILES - Beta Club 10. 11, 12: Co-eo-Y 10. 11: FBLA 10, 11: Miee Forest Park Pageant 11,, AAMES-Sgwllfu YQ ggjiyiio. Be,a.QubVVV,O H 12. mme Club H 2nd Runner-UD 121 Homecoming Cwft 12- ' " " ' 161' " 11.' , ' ' ' ' TERESA MILLER 4 Band 10, 11: Student Council 11, 12: Flag Corps 12. , f M ".1 Y Q LE GLENDA MINTON - Flag Corps 10, 11, 12: Cnorue 10. 11. . A 1 7 ':'. 1 - 1' 1 F 1, Ci b , DARRYL MITCHELL - Basketball 10, 11, 121 vocA 11, 12. Q ",1 ' ll' 'em U 11 JANET MOBLEY-Concert Choir 10, 11, 12: Mtss Forest Park Pageant 10, 11, 12: 10, S-fEqg.fijfgAGUg ,jltfiaclf lo' GREGORY MOEN - Band 10, 11, Senior Rep. 12: DECA, Key Club 10, Sec Tres. Who's DQUGLAS THOMAS .4. 3 ngshiggb gg, . KAAYmVafE?Of:VfgerlC2g1h H1911 gangs' Studenw 11. -,ilggf TQt+?l2Fi71TSHAW 18a11,,111 ..'.'. 1 SCl'1OOIStudents 12, Cnorue - OruS: ' Club, SUSAN MCCRE - Miee Forest Fark Pageant. , ,,.,.. , ggEEMii1jcZVFV1Ve5AN EVVvarsi1y0FoVotbag 10. 11. 12: Spanish Club 12- - tageoenien oiuo to oeoit A OWS . . - 1215? - ' ' '11 fi DARRELL Mtgnnovtgr gnorue 10: Concert Choir 11, Treas, 12, Beta cluo 10, 11,1121 Coeed-Y 1211: ggVrVV1iYgV1'?g?VATLg1-l,i-- Capeatrg tzqwgf-Bttib Council 12 Jr Varsity asker a . . .... i ' '.., .. us ..'.. .ama u 1 -. , GARY MOSLEY 1 Chorus 10, 11, 12: Drama 11: Key Club 10, 11: Governmefji1Qgy:10, '... ' ':'1 -pp, T .V V 'ii'111 fi. 1 - . Stuftffntcf-U10-I 121SDftntSn Club 11- 5. Cl", lo' "' 'Z' MICHAEL MuCclLLo 8 Soccer 10, 11, 121 Spanien Club 10. , 1.'1 olANNE MuLLiNs - ROTC 10, 11, 12: ROTC Drill Tearn 10, 11, 12: C1 1a1 1Vj-334104. 12: oloaieieretony, Homecom. SONJA NAVE Y Honor Fioll 10: Student Council 11, Art Club 111 DECA V' 10, 11.'Wil'1C6SS 121'FB1lAPYeSldef1i1V'f2i.'D1'8m8Clulj'V.fi21,Pf0mC01llfif2iittee 11: inter-Club Jo NesMlTR A Chorus 11, 12, Front Cornrnittee 11 f 121 1. ,,Q,, i,.1,' i in-'li . STEVE NOEL f Spanish Club 10, 11, 12: French Club 12: Prom . , 10' Drama Club 12' KEVIN ODELL - Baseball 11, 12: Co-ed-Y Vice President 12: Beta Clubftgfj . -1 1 N VV', if .,V.V , -' ,, i ,-'-,'. 2 Treas. 11: Inter-Club Council 11, 12: Who's Who Among .1109 V Football 10: Government Day 11 H " Commmee CHPISTIE oLlvER f Forrester 11, 12: Drama Cluo 10, 11, 12: Freiikiftitoiub 12: ".- ROBIN ONE-AL - FBLA 12 I I D,mA,wtfggEQ,:Sf'. . T RESA OVERBY - A ci : man'li:filg1l' . i 1 1 -.r,- i I .. , - .. ..,.. 'St . i I i . ' .11 AIEN PADGETT W VICA: Doll. Publlclly and phologlapll Amor , . . . 111':1 2 1'1:' 1' 'i'i' 1' V i"ii . .... WM , ...,1 .. .. ,1... : S'Z,'llJoFlCtf'15MEH ' Bm Cm" 12' S'm'S'l 'M "' '21 Who .late , il if , .VVV V VV . . VZV VV-V ,EV ow., . ..,. V .. MELISSA PARKER - Chorus 10, 11. 12: Frenon Club 12. -.'1 VV 17 VVf-1, r .V1. V .-11 :qj BEVERLY PATTERSONECo-ed-Y 10, 11, 12 f senoolprotect Kappamub 11: ' NE. 1... I 1 162,61 12, 11 V22 Tennis Team HV V VVV.VV,VVVVVVVVV,,VV V, ,VV,VVVVVVViVV DFfV,.VV..4. VV .. 01 V. 1 0105 V . .,.V .V e'.', e'.,7 ,i,,,,....e:,,.1.3'. V , ANITE PAYNE A- Junior Varsity Cheerleading 10: 10. 11- 11r. . -rri i TAVVXVNYA PEEXCROCKZ- Frenon Club i to, Foreign 10 11, 6nSQ'n9 'Ot' - .12 ,." ' ..'." . ".i1 2 i ' f ,1-' 1 ' v ' t .,.. . I Q '1 ' ' KATHRYN PEARCEY - Bane 10, 11, 12: AlIaState Band.i30g 11g1i:teigretritaano 105121232121 Nattorxqygz Pf0rt1.1Q0fnmlt1e1m11.g i. i i 1. VVV,, 1 1 Honor Society 12: Beta Club to, 11, 12, etn oietraet Preet 111: 12: Amongziig, - G9EGfQF?tfWH1TA1S5f!.:f- Beatty., .10.-12. .1 , ,Vg American High School Students 11. ,1 ..:. I KE 11...r- ', DAVID FELTZER -Y Basketball 10. 113 Tennis 10, 11: SCt1OOt Y d C -1 ..,. 1.1. 1 .,-. ?llx'llAlxllAl1fl:F1li5lX'lg'llTE- Slolfcflnlrlclftunc' 12' 11..: l11t:1 - . ' 11," ' '11. ",- 1 r-1' ,um 1 ti - qi, .. 2 11 11:.. - ' 1l111 f-1i JACKIE PETTY FBLA. ., .... . , . . . .. ,, ,... . . . .. JANET PHILLIPS - Honor Roll 10 11 12. 1 R'CWif3i1?WlEDEN5iv'5t5t?F'DfHHttWtClt1 til 11:Af11'1r-tfQlitfL1:1::Bete Club CHRISTY PIERCE - FBLA 12. ' ' ll 1, MICHAEL PlERcE - Chorus 10, 11, 121 Football 10, t .. Student Y po N S FBLA 12 ' .,,- , .ffinfopigri-. 591-1:-13 f .ue 'mo 11 12' gfgus ,,l,Q,QE imm CM, ,, ,Q ' cols 11' - . 1 1 .1.1 -' K1 : :L1 1 f 1 . 11 12 ' PENNY PRUITT - MISS Forest Park 10: 2nd place A i ....1, ..., 2- ,. W4 1 1O:VlCA rtepone. tug rreor 11, 123 Cross G , . Ottne Editor 12: Student Council 11. 1 1 "-. 1 .-.,. , .ng ,.' 3 .. V LISA RAYNER - Drill Team 11, 12: Homecoming Co 122StndentconncttF1SD'eSSnt-Sttve 10- 122- Advlso 1..'. 1 1' '111 1 111- TERESA l?lEEVES - Chorus-10, 12: Drama Club' , KiM BETTIG - Treasurer Junior Class: v.P. Seniog ,VV.. Nat'nna"10n0'Snnn'V '11 SeC'e'nn' '21 FBLA . .,... U ...f A . .- ew 11-1. 10- 111 Student C9UnCt' 121 Homecoming C0111 12P R ll 10 11 12' Miss For I P rk P nt 11 if .-.- 1 r ,:i'f'11zi 42 11-afifirefp Year LYNON RI-lODENIZER B Ciao 1oagleli 12 N l-l 'l" i"i 'l'i we Committee 11, Annual Staff 11, Co-Editor 12: 111 1.1 1 1, cVouncilA1, 12: sttgentcounsil 11gCGovernment .,V, ee . 0Un9 fnennnn Ontlnee 1 '-'T Steenng 2 iorsms ,. X' ZZ..f1,f... . j .2 A . .. .2 21 2. I .,., . 2 Wie, , 2, , ,, .,. 1 . . Q. . " - .3-. E H Q 9 11' il 'S' l- fi -X t i I ., 1 :My yi. i NNW 1 X 1 'i' ig 'QS t , 1 5 4 -m s t ffl. '7 Q, 55-Diffs J -, .4 9' . k c- There are many events which highlight the Junior year. Among these is re- ceiving class rings and at- tending the Junior-Senior Prom. For the first time in ten years the Junior Class entered a float in the Home- coming Parade showing the spirit and pride we have in the class of 198O". The education we receive is in- valuable. Through our in- volvement and our caring, we have shown that the Ju- nior Class of 1980 is one of the best classes there has been at Forest Park. U'-..w. 1- :gl -.:.:.g::E r :Ez " 216!Juniors Kathy Abeyta Bonni Adams Carol Adams Dwayne Adams Mike Adams Lisa Addison Rick Aiken Kathy Albritton Greg Alexander Beth Allbritton Jude'Allen Raymond Alley Mike Anderson Paul Anderson Ronnie Anglin Penny Ansley Vanessa Arnold Shirley Atkins Tracy Atkinson Connie Autrey Frankey Ayash Jennifer Ayers Charles Bailey Kim Bailey Pam Bailey Steve Bailey Lane Baker Blake Ballard Cindy Ballew Connie Ballew 5. . . .4519 5 C- ':'2liQ.?E C -P:-t - C CC t.., CC PM C H si ei s .,yy - C x Q f --C -is-:Cfff-tC A A rr'. i t . . - i ,sxligw CC X MIK ss? 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X 'G' X Q f X ' J I-sg E fi gg I I ' K IVL 2 . . . .r - A -3 , -T I I .X Q g , .. - ,,L, N :Q 'S The most embarrassing thing that happened to me was in my history class. lt was time for lunch and I was starving. All of a sudden my stomach growled. Everyone turned around and looked. I simply said "l'm hungry" ... Paula Eckman. I spend my time on weekends dreading Monday . . . Anonymous. I love being able to get out of school early because I would be here until 12:00 p.m., working on annual staff if I couldn't get out early . . . Angela Diamon. I love the girls varsity basketball team. They're a bunch of wild and crazy girls . . . Mary Muntean. The Juniors have more spirit than the others and we're gonna prove it this year . . . Sabrina Lamberth. if i'. jr N. ,sim A, .. 3' xl 1 T ' ff - 1 ,r wi N -sv. - Q" T -I X.-1 -L , -,Z ." xy fav, A Q ,' . I Sim Banks r I Q, I , Stephanie Banks ' J 5 Zhahn Barrett - -' ' Cliff Bateman q Rick Bearden I I ' .4 Tammy Bearden f Q- xx 'C' LTI! . X K A Bruce Beaulieu Joseph Beck s .' 4 6 , N, riff Louise Beckett . X Holly Bender .A J 'i' ' Cindy Benefield Dawn Bennett Randy Bennett X Carol Berryhill I . 1 .A g . Ni fi Q' ,- . I I 'R f V 4 9' JJ, ,S ki ' s. if , WA . .g Teresa Berryhill 3 . , f . :Q 1 It Ann Betsill Q , 'X W A A X Leann Betts . Bill Backers f Ann Biles , Terry Binn 7' ' sg, ' .. 1 ,I I , ti' ...g I: - nf' -A , I ' 1- Q ' if .Qu R ,Lani Jan Bishop S r gggg , V gg y .-. , . I W "" r Nan Bishop X M ,ft I ' Tod Bishop Melissa Blackburn 1 1 , Ftobert Blackburn Melody Blanton Juniors!217 218!Juniors Rachael Blanton Melanie Bloodworth Sandra Boggs Billy Bouvier Anita Bowen Ginny Boyd Gregg Bradley Dante Bramblett Jeff Brandon Todd Bray Becky Brewer Stacey Bright Kathy Brock Curt Brooks Sheila Brooks Margaret Brothers Nathan Brown Susan Brown Tracey Browning Judy Brownlee Dena Bryant Lisa Bryant Mary Anne Bryant Kim Buck -it-,W A asf,-.:s.s1ef1im- .t.. -e t.,t.,.... at .se , 'tis Getting your senior ring is a lot of fun, you walk around with your hand in front of your face for a while but its still fun Annonymous. Friends are a very important part of school because without friends who would you talk to during those long, boring classes?'?'? Maureen O'Grady. The most embarrassing thing that happened to me was when my bra strap broke while we were running two miles for basketball Betty Smith. I spend my time on weekends selling ads for Retrospect . . . 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U I r -'r' ., , if we if , E'1?',' ,, ' if KZ' l YY 2 , " ,fr vfaiw' ' V '40 ,I 1 , if "" trtr or if r 'LW r-r' 4 A ' r ' I f -, 61274 . V W' ,, 1 922. it M ,jig Q, f me 4-:dn h grrxvr z 'i ., ' I , f 1, 3 r' ,. ,.,, r in if k tr' if v 'Q I - Y ,hr , at , bf? --" final' all QQ ' 3 7 A1.aJ7vf,2 I 'AL it , din 'i M Q 5 r Q5 J' W known r -Mgmt , , I ii: 1 ....... I-5:1:Z:!:.:-5-f' 220!Juniors ,- gl-xa... C f X W .,,. W' rm rr ., ,,,,,,A ,W ,, rf , ,r'V:IirEf'6f A2155 ,r ,,,,, it rrrr a r r ,aff ' l r'l"' . or r rrtr U we rf" A fa , '- rf- V, , rryy r ' 3 l r' ,, I X " ,' ,y ', 'n f ,,,, ,W ' k'A ' "' ' ' H f Z4 , ,r ,Z ,E 3 , I I "I:1gZg ..... '1'I'I'I' ffzzzzzwzr fr , , I L My favorite time of the year is winter because you can put on as much clothing as you want, but in the summer Mrs. Cooper will only let you take off so much . . . David Carter. I spend my time over the weekend recooperating from the week before . . . Marcus Queen. I think receiving our class rings is fantastic, but I still don't know when I'm coming up with 5100.00 . . Mark Fiibey. I love getting out of school early because I get home just in time to watch my favorite two soap operas Donna Titshaw. You have to spend six hours at school, so why not make it easier with friends . . . Greg Guarnieri. When I wake up in the morning I look forward to second period Algebra II where I can get some more sleep . . . Sidney Hinton. v 4 Z iiiy 1 , . "1 rv-I tg ' I kfuw , tilt fm I ' P' Ia, ga p fm '-. ,Q fb 2 X Cathy Cochran Cary Coffey ,fir it I it I Lesne Comms X i tiiii I' M ':'t r Vg K V! M, VV VVV, kV,,, I :J i "' M 5 sv' 'W , 'Q '97 '74 II I I f "' "W w'i' " A "' VZJI 5 I ' .-we we "rv iw ' Stan Colwell ' " ' f , If . ' A 4 My II 7 A ' Becky Conaway ,, it f ff , , ,h ffl I "K " Maureen Connolly ' ' iw ' lf: 'r r W ' r ' Anthon Cook ' I A I I. I 4 M , Y V f r f' David Cook bv K 7' Y C 1' I John Cook i I rlr- ' I f " A H ,. ,,,t ,,i, I ' ' ' V 'Z' K It -L, if gf x H ' I I' I N 'Q 7 Mac Copelan j ,,,,, I In ,1- 'X ' Mary Jane Cordell . 'i" Vg, f f if I, QW," " Cindy Cotter ,ggi 1,0 A N 35' I , Suzanne Cottrell '24 :fly . T Z V 4 II Mack Covert 5 7 A Jvf, , 2 . ' ' ' " 4 s I ' A il- J V Jeff Craven 7 X Y ,I I Z J, g 1,' If 1 Alan Creasy " i QI I X' +I, , Kevin Creech 1 I U3 I H fi ,I , VA: V D Rocky Crowe ti! ,I , r X K II Vf I S Yr I it ,gxk Z QQ Crumley U1 j 4 I H ' Beth Dalrymple I, 4, MIIV' I K ' ' " Kurt Damron :5:3:3:3:3:Sg3:5:f:3:5 Juniors!221 iv . fp T Y 9 sf? . ....,. v.. ,,,. ,f,, I 'f,' 4. KN l -" ' . - fi' WDMQ ff sf , .pgmW.e,fsW Suzanne Darracott ' ' 'K L '," rf' 'QQ Jon Davis , Kenny Davis 1."'P Lisa Davis Paul Davis Flandy Davis Flonnie Davis ,. . M , KA, My iv W A Q f K . 5' . Q, yirvi 'I jf ,A 1 Tony Davis ' -' Anita Deckner VV W ' Lisa Delano ,AZL Michelle Deioach Michelle Delzell Carl Dernarco Syretha Denney , ,.., r Ben Denson J Debbie Desllochers ' l r Charles DeVane ' I. Angela Diamon if 'it ' if Q' lr T A Jack Denney B fr - M 'I r fi t N ,ii K f Ll Eric Dietz Kismet Dixon - Clay Dobson Lisa Dorsey Terry Durden Dee Dyche Mike Eciwois K yxygv 3 Paula Eckman ' 5 V - - ft - - ,4-,rv " 7 ' , WY- lnlbi W Getting out early seems to make the day go so much fas- ter. l'm already at home when most people are still struggling through those last hours Pam Gossage. It feels good leaving all of those sopho- mores inthe classes still work- ing Dana McGinnis. lf I could change anything at FPSH it would be the lunch- room into a McDonalds Greg Jamison. The difference between being a junior and a sophomore is that we know there isn't an elevator next to the office . . . Mark Fowler. wt'-i.5:aa T ee .1 ' jg,.:- ww ' K , Z W ' '32 -. . -I Q -,gl .Y - la If, " .Q Q Q 3 E e Q T a g E tx ' ' i i ,H SN 'D K ai, X., x K hx jfgixx ' 'E ' U ff D T Y .V 'A , gf T. gy- 4 T ' 'T g 1' ' ' in MQ' A ' ' A " , ps 1 , y 0 T , .I W - A X 1 ' faq if :1 X! f K - 5 r v V :W 1 M mm,A . T. T. L,mA.x , 3 ,lla E 1 , ' L - 5 ff 1 ' -N 'J' - "f A f , 4 If T T ,, H F PNK . my , ,, , ' V ' fnafaf ,,,,,, ,,.,Y 5 Q? ..,v f 1 X ' x T W ' illll Q it ' ff ' 5 f 'W , ,.25,V'ii 1 . A Q is K , ' j':E'! A 1 V ' " 57 '- T T ' ntl T f if I " :gpm gL.u f3,,J1f,gff f X yy F llls aw. T :1.m'M 5.40m if ' "A1 , V 3 X ,lv X I s ,!':""fiK, 1 .X N ,A Vt t ' M At: lui gf ,,', , ff- I 'Fr A' Lf V'Vf , f ,4 I ' y It If I ,W , it K A ' xxx 3 '7 . , an , k," Ky , .3 gf' B V f f 'fxilf ,,. ' lk fm M N ' . ? ,',, . ' l ' ' ff-1 ri " iil f 'is E? . A mx' kt? 433 he K an B VE, ffl ,,,. - is 'f ,, in Wy, - Vw I ...D , Y Hi V. ,M ff? Q ' az MW, .,, 4 ,gg aff my W 'mr M ,ss y 1 ,, f 1-,, ,. J I f -is -Q ,L ,ff ,, ,J ,IV V ,, ,V 2?'g 'ZLL 2, 'x .ts-"W.wJ.. M , , T '- ,T:1, ' ,,,,"..1""" ff! 1 f gf 4, Gina Edge Greg Edwards Sonya Edwards Sue Edwards Sharon Elder Diane Ely Russell Emory Mark Eskew Anita Etheridge Terry Etheridge Dennis Evans Tim Ezra Karen Faglier Wade Farmer Jimmy Farr Sammy Ferraro Mark Filbey Scott Filipeck Kenya Finch Terry Flournoy Suzanne Ford Connie Forest Debbie Forster Denny Forsyth Beth Foster .left Foster Keith Foster Ken Fowler Juniors!223 "--. ....'. . .Ezra tif' -: l , V V ll .if ' ,, , V 4 M 'Q' "- no Laura Fowler . wg l -' Q-9. ,, Mark Fowler ir?" ' 'V rfzy, +3 ' 'M' , Pal Fowler X... i ' , ,V VV V il? . "' ,Ai V V Jeff Frankun 'Q , . ' F' ef fi KN . ' , L .M ' ' M Fran Freeman '-xxx' i f' 'fi 'lx , ' Ui, if ffljfrfg , Jena Freeman - ' ' ' F J. 4' -4' ,153 A M I ,., f . ,. . i i-.1 " L' Mark Freeman V -fl y 'f V jf' .., 'A Vg Charles Fritts , " Connie Galimore WV V, M 3 ' f W 'f l David Gardner .V ., V M VV! , ,, V ll William Gatling l in 1 V in f f Th' F X FF'F ' '-,' 3 , in ,, i V V V 0 E Joe' Germany f l Jeff Gilliam VV l"' Q l,, L f V- i F Dennis Gilpin l . M V V Debbie Glaze in YI ,. Tanya Gleaves 1V , i , Q f .Y i Anita Glover 9' li X iiiii i QP-R558 V 'QV 3 -nv 'WWJ3 :I- , ' Q , , Ll W Mark Goodson i Pam Gossage JV .M nw V lllili Sherry Gray Glenda Green ' ,lf 224!Juniors 9 gl. Z, 1, "mr-tit 5 f FN. -V if Rr ,.'f'..N ...Q r", nf E. V737 " '?iF"!VQW,f rf . , .7 , f -W tw' 1 "wana 0 -,J 4, 5 6 Aa 1, rf-0 X f' kv. 2 ff r , ff 4 isg KN ki ,fa ,tk .Ns I ,as --:Yu 0' fr- A ,,,, 'Cl' t Reggie Green N, Y 4 Ken Greenway 4 i Bev Griffin Q Monika Grim HL' , -r L Tom Gross 3 Qi! ,L if we is Duane Groves 3 I fi' ci M V 5,1 0 we 13' .Aa I - .K A A f fy ' ' ' Dana Grubbs f 1 In g Ji, ' Greg Guarnieri ,K ir"-.., f ' , , f " v Caprice Gunther ,P g , Jimmy Hall X , , 1 A, Karen Hammond V XR? ,r,,i ,,,, 1 ' We i Ricky Hammontree A ' ,,,i ,V :Z W ,., ,,i,, f :dvi Avia tt? iw . i , Q ' 3 B M ,A Andy Hannah " 'rf Jeff Hansen B -' , . Scott Hargis , ,,Ag,h,,, I , w e -Ally., vmv , rig It W: X W H W , Brad Harper f ' Brett Harper r--.. if Paula Harris A i Rhonda Harris Margie Hart Bev Harvey :gel i 4-W ,V ,I 4 ., -: Donna Hattaway Ricky Hawkins 4 4 We ff i ,,'V L O i J iiii I Krzr ' if, Z f WV: '1,, - I ,, 'J M i I think it is very important to have friends because you have somebody to tell your problems to, somebody to tell something your excited about and to get involved with you in some club or organization . . . Debbie DesRochers. The most embarrassing thing that happened to me is when Ms. Stewart made me stay at the board until I got my Algebra problem right and I never did . . . Darlene Mclvish. Home- coming is my favorite time of the year, working on floats and getting the spirit aroused in school makes everyone become so close . . . Mosha McAbee. I think the biggest difference between juniors and sophomores is we're a lot more mature than they are! . . . Diane Riberich. Juniors!225 Debra Haynes F Lisa Head - Tommy Heard f .X XmA.V ' -e 8 Tina Hearn A R K- Jimmy Heath X David Henley i K L t S NL S Sabi X WX? Q RN , Q, N t X? Xe 5 1 x X .W .t X W X 2 2 X ss If Q. .K . X a 5 Q. X nnne Q so l X s KK . WKK'- ff ix SX RZ! QQ Q 'K ps has si? H+ ' Qs RQ . f I Terry Henley Suzanne Hewell Anthony Hicks Howard Hiler Tammy Hill Carla Hillin X eg, .X X 5 Qt K 5 RR Sk X , QXX X H .k k 4, . . w 5Lf'5:J5X .. '15-V' K 5. K .N F' .. S . - -,Q ws gg X.. , X.. i... Xi.. K Q nnnn K s N 1? ,s x M3 Qt.. -Air ' ii'i'r' Ak" A :'. L i:" r :--i M W ' -..'7 ?Y'3?W3wgX SA tftf ff - V ., N V - , 1 1 .-.k. H N -. S iirr . K XXXX - eeeeeirr K t 1 ' A 1 A Sidney Hinton K. , . 1 Q-. Robin Hitchcock L K f . - - X ' K ct' X K - K K K . 1 Q X Cheryl Hofele 1 K f t 7 Z W X Debbie Hogan X K i, . Q Q g Kenneth Holcomb Q Af s 525.35 K QMQ. fesmsrf - .,.- X: David Holder c Don Holland X K ir.i 1 was ..... ,, . Q ' ' M K f 1 : Eb ,.,., . N . Lori Holland ,P i ' Joey Holsenbeck 3 l K l could change something at this school it would be the desks. l would put cushions in every one of them because it get pretty numb sit- ting in those wooden desks all day Nan Bishop. People that care for their school show their spirit by being in clubs, and getting involved in projects - it all comes together as school spirit , . . Debbie Van Der- burgh. l spend my time over the weekend forgetting what I learned at school the past week . .. Scott Filipek. l think receiving class rings is very sentimental and holds a lot of cherished memories . . . Debbie Forster. W , Q' :V I " , , , I ,gate ...aw-me-i 15.3. fa, M Q 'Q - P 0- .sy- A G: L M' A C H A l g :QQ 4 X lv as f- ,ff L ,f 'Q 7, f xv iff' Ll As. cj?-ri We if 'F .' , if 7 ,Q .4,, ,. -Sf r 'V -7257 M -v 5 ji cj, gf, J N. 5 3 -L1 QM, Cf, A "lb . V 2 K -' Q N A J a Af, if 9 C .Mimi ri 1 an ri , Jia x ,Nm if V,,"sm':5 :i""f , .'W i f A r "4 Z 6 5 L J 1 M ii" X , . ' I F I 4 1 ' L I , 1 '.,fM . f ' "' , I W lz ' . Vx. ,, ' -7 1' - X J if gms Af is i J 3 Q , l 4- w Af V 4, Jr U 5 fi- ll' Ji Q , ,Ay cf , , If E A Brenda Holt Ricky Holi Tracy Holt Marie Hooks Sandy Horne Christie Howell Scott l-luogens Derick Huffmaster Allen l-luie Mike Huiing Andy Irvin Lisa Ivey Lisa M. lvie Tanya M. lvie Lynn Ivy Angela Jackson Greg Jamison Brett Jenkins Melanie Jenkins Michelle Jessee Lisa Jetlon Tammy Johns Cheryl Johnson Cheryl D. Johnson llc, ll x l 244 Qian. 1 -Ju- U Hs if ' if 'W' -, 5 .gZgIgZgE:., 'iii " N. ..,,: 41. fl Juniors!227 "Wi "-2 .-. ' . 5115.158 . '-I' 'TO l 228!Juniors David Johnson Jerry Johnson Kim Johnson Tasha Johnson Perry Joiner Glenn Jones Lisa Jones Mary Jones Selena Jones Charlie Jordan Larry Judson Kathy Judy Gina Keener Eiji Keith Mark Kelly Beth Kemp Nina Kenney Lisa Ketron Gene Kilgore Terri King Barny Kinry Randy Kitchens Daron Kline Leigh Knowles Carol Korb Steve Krush Sabrina Lamberth Cathy Lane --.. fv- -pi wr- , ff ii , Q Z i ' i I ml I 1 I I 4 5. 1 4' 2' gm : V 2 V - vs 15 , 4, .. ' ,..,' 2 . , V 'fig J 215 f ,: . Zi ii 1 .. 4.i 1 1 x 2 L 5 . A I 1 f' lg ,. 59" ' 1 , . 11, qw ibm 2 fi iii. J M fril A lygv wr Q V17 n .1 iyf X Ji riiii 1 1' ' N , g"" .I 'V 2,2 Q. ,, ' J J rilvi H 'Y L lf it 1 ' x M ri,, A 2 V , 1 Y 1 1 , di ii 1.3, i ,f 14, it kiln ,ff 1 V, f 1 -.f1 , uv. A f V 44' - """ "':1:2:2:2:2:'.25' ' -' .- :s:5:s:s:a5: 112121111121 1 j' .'1'1'2'2'2 1 X ...V f. W Wx stiff W I La. 45 5 AW J g W 6 wfwfg fy? , 'Q The most embarrassing thing that happened to me was when l walked into the wrong room twice before I finally found my class . . . VickiZynfewicz. Without friends you'd be more than lonely, you'd be lost! Laura Thomas. Juniors have a lot more spirit. The sophomores always seem to be going in circles . . . Alisa,Orr. The thing l look forward to in the morning is going to school and getting the day over with . . . Suzanne Darracott. My favor- ite class is Drivers Ed because I get to scare Coach Hayward to death with my driving . . . Anita Eheridge. The . most embarrassing thing that has happened to me was pulling up the hood instead of the emergency brake in P N ' Driver Ed . . . Anonymous. flxbff - 3 1' ' 15' , 'Age Q? 7 ff' ,ae ,Q lf' 5 K ,.. -4 'Je- f'. "S-. I-',. t A .H V. . VVVV H I . .. .. TW, T. M xt' J' ' 'S 3 f W W e it hi XM ' . i ,,, , . ' ' 1 . .V l My at J ' 1 V VJ. E if -'V 35 . 'E T 5 ,..f J .... . ng y .., P , f ... T fl 2 ff as . g f "" J' X , T . . . Q 1' 1 ffl' f. ffl . r a ' ' ' . t Q 4' . , V if 'J ' .. T " Ted Lawson Hakyong Lee Helen Lee Lisa Lee Leslie Lemming Tina Lombardi Felecla Lowe Charity Lucas Sarah Lunceford Laura Lyerly Kathy Lyman Karen Mackey Scott Mackey Eddie Macloud Flicky Maddox Donna Maffett John Malcolm Jonetie Malcolm Laron Maloney Glenn Mark Allen Martin Tracy Martin Belinda Mason Max Mathis Doug Matuszewskl Flicky Mayfield Wnen I wake up inthe morning, the thing I look forward to most is hearing the Birthday Monster on 94-Q, because he reminds me of one of my friends . . . Connie Baliew. I spend my time on weekends having as much fun as I can before Monday Sandra West. The biggest diference between juniors and sophomores is that we, juniors, have a lot more sense than most sophomores . . . Kathy White. I look forward to shutting off my alarm clock when I wake up . . . Stacey Bright. I think what makes us the best junior class is our spirit and our pride. If we didn't have pride in our class no one else would either. I think you should make more friends so you have more people to get your home- work from . . . Cindy Preston. Pamela Maynard Mosha McAbee ,sr . .ti I gr . 5, ., v ga in X, 1 ' gm sn.. S at 4.1.1 AI "If7'7H"'Tin' ,wif I. I I ,.s . I ref. . I I I I EMI. Mika fhawi . wg? f -fa fre W af. AQ f W ...., 'A' ' V ,,.,V: . YA V W V., Eddie McBride in j E . 4, A :V , Iris McBride 1 ' A j Q A , is ' il Joe Mccamey gli Q .A , ik A j In 5 t ., W. Kelly McCrary I I I .. V I , J -. David McCreary ' I 'I x Leamon McDonald ' A.-. . F I J f 'kxj Q I V .. -. . .tae J' as ggi as Rhonda Mcoonaiu nj Tim McDonald it ., .5, QQ' A Dana McGinnis .f , ff W . f. ' I Joe McKinney Keith McMahan Darlene McNish F , xf! "P'! 5 .cu .. W I. 4 I. I It 4 . .W .. f W t Ilj. 'Wi 'I. WIf t,: jjjjj - t,vsK '32 f'l j I 5" I, A ' mit . . K in j K.. I . I All V f 5 5 ' X If 1 Q X 'K , . ,, kjky. .Wm W. .. . .wymg Iwg,,.,g,I,I, I, ,I ,I I, .It teswiv , ,,,,,,,.,, K ,M ,., ..,e..... Barbara McNulty - fy tim Robin Menon I f it David Miller A . , -K 5 A . -... I ,af VLLV I . III. "fI 9537 QI' .. I fs M 1 . ,., , j . fm! nv if V EV I 4 , ' I . - I .I ,.C'1f ' ' ' I - as Ir IIII I ' fj .i,.. i'if I . I If, I . Greg Miller ' ,I I i" 4' M J' ,Q I Lisa Miller 'JN fx' w it J xii Mike Miller ' .A ' . r 'i" 37? "-'t if-' .X if-2 Tammy Miller if , I sf Tracey Miller I K"' I G3fY Mmicafl ' 'v Brian Millsaps 0, 'f I, if I Danny Mitchell , I - I - 'I' 'ggi' Suzanne Mobley ga . N I 71 j. I A.. 'wrt- rg.: z 'Q 1 MN 4 W2 my .2 ..vi. .,,.i . -vtt nigh -W f - .. 'firlw 3' 'Q A H 7 - IItsw I tfrww ff 5 if iff! I I. Q V j W fgsgals 4 I ii. Inga 43' E A Q lk' lo ,q or fl ' -1 J, - ,. . "- X 1 ,, Yu ' A N , ' - - - ' -" Y Luis Monroy is . . X JJ ' ' Connie Moore .F A t it vt .wg 4 . Nj , - ,,' , 55, V Angel Morris ' l K I er, Ann Morris . ' 1 f .I . ' t , Billy Morris ' 1 . 1 .,f f,,j,,'i' 1 Todd Morrow WT, 3- . T- 1 ' Donnie Mosley Dennis Moye Pam Munroe X l 1 dz f ' gd 3 , A 'A . , 1 4 , "A lirghl, ' Mary Muntean ' "tp ly V Cindy Murrow -. v if Mary Muse P' f M' r ' If r I ' 'UWA A , 'T' 5' 1 ' A 1 i"3'f ' ef if pl . :L f . - rr T it X Y "f, ,ri ,,,,,, f ' .no i"'sss y f .a ,ff it ,z,V V, g,f3,Q :yy ,SFT 3.4 Darlene Nash I 9: ' ' ' I-iliif-g,gfg5:i2fg,?,,5 Debra Newport ' JI " l .. .' I Q, , ' ' . it lt.JJi'2'?3'74Z'I.':.'f3 J'mmY N'ChO'S ' ll, . "' ' , - 4, f ' 'V f Eff? W! . . 4 'fx we g 4 J .fi 43 vrckr Nichols -if l'iro T -rev if rv Jeff Nix bf X3 tt My Jennifer Nix , .f A " f,,r ' Danny Nolan if .tif W, H t it Q. 5? Q- rl , Bill Norton ff le 1 -Q T' X 'IZ 'J' A ftgil Cliff Norton -3 t .A 'r ' Terrie Norris 'j' gr., ' 6 Pam Null 'M f Gerri Odum The worst thing about school is that we have homework every night in Trig . . . Pau! Davis. When l wake up in the morning l think about eating breakfast . . . Ronnie Angiin. The most embarassing thing that happened to me this year is something l'd rather not bring up again . . . Gena Hines. The worst thing that happened to me this year was getting a cherry belly and having a coke poured on me . . . David Sweeton. .Ss5s::::.- "2:5:25::j '-EQEEEI' Juniorsfaai In 'l-:::- l 1' -:-:-:-'-:-'-"" -" 232!Juniors Renee Oglesby Maureen O'Grady Hayward Oliver Alisa Orr Steve Overby Junior Owens Kenny Padgett Tracy Parent Scott Parker Lisa Pate Sandra Pate Andy Patterson Mark Patterson Carol Payne Annette Pearson Bo Peaster Kathy Penders Robert Peppers Tracy Phiter James Phillips Kelley Pilcner Jeff Pilgrim aftratfgtawel P t A 72 P ,VIV PV I M -We P it - I name t ttt ttsrl awww-P f,aHQ'f -Q2fP. yr ' P reyyt ty, P ,P PP A .f' 2 ,ffl M 'N , ff tt Af I mi if Q 535 t Z3 4,6 rfg j wk: -.A P g." .. 'VI r" , 6f P1 Y Q2 ? QS P Puff rf? an IK 'Will' ,, tw' P, P .,,, P, Gif' f ' 1 t ... ,f Y -am. ea, P f P 4. is t NP P :M P: PPM, Ji, Y V Vain and , Ami X -f-.0 . P ,V 'V PP J P595 PP yo, My .. sw P rf eww P A' 'Q 14.271 "'. 'lff f ar PP , ft ,- , wtf K if .4 ' 1 P ltt" 7 PP y,ry, P , P P M P PP P. .. G f P VmV ff 1 f Y fsaff NAVJE PQP, 'P f "' 1 K -' Wl 1 t'r"f "rfr f 'f PP P 4 N .SKI - ' Q ' P ' 3 ta 'Pfam . Q ' N P xw HPS f P P P ,Q PBRIIER " VP. U mv!-n xx: I Q by ymowwsm M , . naw Q A., I U iw 'FM 14 is 'Q 9 7 Y . 'Y img W . 'QF' ir I 5, KM? A 1 . , . ...i. ' gf 2 -at 2 tg? Q .W '-'Qffw mv! 5 Q 'Qian Q I think we should have pep rallies for all sports not just football . . . Derick Huffmaster. l'll have to admit that Mr. Austin is my favorite teacher. I had him last year for Alge- bra ll and he made it such a challenge. I understood what he was trying to get across - finally! He goes very fast, but that keeps the course from getting boring Julie Rogers. This year the juniors have more spirit. You show me a class that stands up for each other and cares about everyone, then l"ll show you the "Seniors of 1980" Terry Flournoy. l'm excited about getting my class ring because then people will stop asking me if l'm a freshman . . . Leslie Burson. UV? 4 is 1 J I . fit . ,l W 1 ,nl gr e 1 4 3' W' ., as ,. 'i 1 ' . v fr W ,, 1:1 JW? ,W f 7, . I ,rl 3 K i S .ls Li ffl . Q 2 1, W I f , ,Z y, I . 4. I 4 f66wW:Hif .wg ,qw af . 1 I H bi' I 1 'QV g I ,,., . , . .,,... ...yi --' ,I gjfbiif "S", X' W L 7 Y 'w w , . . ffl fi!"'t I I Michelle Pinson Glenn Pinyan Brad Pittman Tracy Pitts Ana Polio Tina Pope Ricky Powell Terri Powell Jessee Power Jeff Prater Jenny Presnell Cindy Preston Jeff Proctor Kim Purkey Marcus Queen Terry Radack Alan Raines Chuck Ramsey Dwayne Ramsey Paula Ratledge Thresa Reid Diane Riberich Flichard Rice Greg Ricketson Mike Flicks Dee Ann Flidling Juniors!233 234!Juniors Friends are the most important part of our lives, without them you're nothing but a stranger . . . Johnny D. Carter. i've been waiting 11 years to get a class ring . . . Steve Strickland. My favorite time of the school year is the last day . .. Lisa Dorsey. I spend all of my spare time with my boyfriend . . . Rhonda Shirey, I think getting out early is good because you have more time to yourself Darlene Nash. Mx K ' ' ""5 5' n 7 ' fr' f f . , vw W ,Qm W5 A Susan Ridling 41' t , 271 , , ,., E 5 1 Renee Ring N. Johnny Ritter V Mark Ritter 4 4, fi fy i it I V v t Z my t Kim Rivers 1, 'iw A ' Susan Roache T4 V Debbie Roberts V ' Sieve Robinson Lloyd Robison S S Julie Rogers ' f Alan Romans if f Y J! " Jimmy Ross Sherri Ross Q S , fi K' I VV M ,W ,. 'f it m y Lisa ROY i + i ig: Edie Runyan A I, Cindy safm i lfi i V ' A ' A ia Lori safm do 2 6 Bill Sammons f V ff? Tim Sammons L t A VVVJ . .t., H Tami Sanders Terri Sanders r ,W ' ,,, Tammy Sanford - A i Donna Sapp is A S Rett Saxon a y 'ii i"'Tii , Greg Scandrett J 47 N., 4 ess- - f. 4 5. 4 I SD .l., F? lui M? 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" Vt . w M - .H 'ff JE -fi! me ,S X it V ' I 7 --it , " qi' " -- r ' 'Vff i V -' we 'S 4 'V A :Essex -' , 4 f ,f-ff, 3 -,L V 1, ,,,, an V ,,lLL K ' ' 5 it f,,' 5 ,W f , In V V it if ff H my 1. 74' . f l ,V 1+ r- i 1, - ,af L ir ' 1 if Jf , fa 3. , K f l t . , ,J . , ff , A , 'V ,- 1 A' ..,,,r-- 1 A , ' it 'K' V 'v- ff" N I V ' , , , me , it it if r V V r fr ' S L 'k'k,' ' V G - , ,,, I r V " 7 . km x V ,V sg ,f it V U 63 I mm-' l 0 QA !ffe111-V:V,-- af , iz f S X ,,:: ' ,V , 1 g.,...:,g,ixm,v W. gy S b 2 ,V 'VV,- 1 , 'Q ' , +.f-5, 'Vf S f fgj - f ' 'L :' we-' V, i llll K K 5 2 M. ,, am '-'. . - n'n'-'u 2133? 2:35 5533 ' 122:22 In Q-2555155555 Alan Schmelz Janice Seale Doug Seay Darryl Sechrist Jeff Senkbeil Scott Seymore Kathy Shaw Bev Shelley Don Shelley Jancey Shellnut Angie Shelton Karen Shevak Sharon Shevak Rhonda Shirey Chuck Simmons Karen Singletary Gail Sisson Dan F. Slagle Beth Sledge Anna Sloman Betty Smith Charlie Smith Cindy Smith Jerry Smith Kenneth Smith Keith Smith Robert Smith :3z1:3: . '32fif3f3:-:- Juniors!235 'E '-2113.3 f I: Q zggagzfzl-I 236!Juniors Sheryl Smith Steve Smith Kelly Smithley Kirk Sparks Lisa Spears Anita Sposaro Viola Starr Steve Stavro Mickey Stephens Tom Stewart Curtis Stiles Tony Stingley Lena Stoner Tina Stoner Carol Stovall Steve Strickland Jett Swanner David Sweeton Cindy Swygert Jeff Tabor Ken Tallent Jeanie Tankersley Wayne Tankersley Tommy Tatzel Kim Taylor Teresa Taylor Flandy Terrell Jan Thomas at VW, it ei? . .W Y X t 4 ar -'Tn Q .S 5 Y ..,.. - 3 . i 5 le B .7 v ' al 3 I 3-wgxax iw N Q mia- E S - 5 11 ,. ,,, , 'V lf' . T , .S .,-..t.t tx x , X ,W W, vt 1 W' -X K . 1 f ff' "" P - it , azitiff-1:3 - Qc' my it .t ,. . X Q X ' I I' r fr 1 i - S- tr- T f, . . '- .--'- 'W - - I W f . . ' S of-vi f S X N S Qi Y' Xp it t we 1+ .. K Q X , -an v-fv'-9' Z A Mi S S X NSS, + X K S x X 'N M--1' E S get t o XXV X l 'S' 2 Q. x irtt X S we ertr ff . , 1, 5 wt V ""N' 'V , , Q 5 Z tt ,,,. - 'iw ' .E ' . , ' i"' 31 . 3 r i, ' V mi' 0 , 5 T T ..:.,t:g-fm? r , 7 , ,fy , ' -+ L f K . H 1 S .T f ie., it ttit it ,gi -W 5 SSS' T ' X 'tt' T ' ZW' at ri Z ff Q S N X X X R '- X W. Re X My xx QQ L Wa X R . . R iii? at X ,4 g hi I L 'Citi it we - V ,, V we i ,lf 5 e I ' ,225 ' lr ,WW . .-,k. t 7 ,. if 52,1 'f N' .4 .t::. 1 is ,,..., ., . .... . 5 X SY?- 6 if My "' QS . .4 'S f 2 itt X 1 i Q Q -ww X fi ,'.r" 7: fig- 3 xx X 'Q W f X QS N i " Q thx ' R .. k.kh K -QMWQ. . X e fl xx X A R S N i Xxx t i .- K.: T ,ig it S, g Kigitfti f' '- 1' A , gftixta' ',,,,., I it Qtt . .X . 'V - -7 . Q "iii 1 'Q X ' S X K' X Ag ire X. Y -. A NS 6 XX y K el- I 9 f xg? " i- it t' , ri 53: ' - - -S , 5 we-. - im if '5 ef, A H 1 K ff U "1" 4 ff? A at P 4 X if A I x I' L I z ix . I love getting out of school early, but I have to be back by 3:00 to march. I can't win for losing . . . Terry Flournoy, If I could change something at FPSH it would be the lunches. They're terrible, but at least you get your choice of which terrible lunch you want to die from Scott Hargis. I think spirit and the willingness to work together makes a good Junior Class , .. Karen Mackey. The big- gest difference between juniors and sophomores as Mrs. Stewart told some of her Algebra Il classy "they're just a bunch of peons" Tom Stewart. P.E. is my favorite I class because Miss Wall is a kid just like everybody elseg I T maybe more . . . Tracy Phifer. Laura Thomas I Layna Thomas I f 1 W! 674 f 'Z 7? rlv +V. ,I , ilt,ij . Q l Y W , Mike Thomas " ff ',,, , A Tanya Thomas MW, Fred Thompson ff, ' ' Lisa Thompson , 1 'Nil ...M I .wg I t EE Qi fi ok ! , W Mary Lynn Thompson Nancy Thompson Donna Titshaw Rita Toland Sheila Tomlinson Gary Toothman Johnny Trott Sheri Trotter J X 1 zt f , A gg , , ,i I ll ' t fx -N I Ronnie Tuck V ix k Scott Tucker W X' Lynne Tudor "Z: M aff ., f 4. ,,, , 2 A, ,I Z an Z, W g , Don Tumlin Steve Turner F' ---1-I 3 A I I ' - f Sue Turner M ef t, lift ' YH ,. . J -,l" f I' I jf , Todd Tyson , Lamar Ussery f xp Debbie Van Derburgh ' t Stan Varnadoe it Debbie Vernon Tanya Vernon 238iJuniors if I . I 4 7 I isi if A Q V ,,, x Nancy Vliano Q , ' Mark Wagnon 3 f Q ,Xb q K 1 me ar if-I lil Q ,X XX NX i 5' .sg 'I' : fri Oh! ii -' Q2 in . F 3 1 N s xxx ,.rj..-.I H . ' Lt ,W Charles Walden . A I D ' ' ' ,lf F M ' g' , g . Q 'QIZQQ1 Iv ' ' L1 ff" I 'Pi .Q A I my VV,W ., li 'Al it 91 0 ,, ' K. Junior Class Sponsors - ' P Q' ,.,, . ' X . 'G 'I o R: Mrs. Janice Giltilian, Mrs. Angie Wade it, I at '- ' J x ur: Q ' Q Q I Lynda Walker ' I.. ' ff ' ' 4. iw . I .. VV V I it I fh v 9 j i ' I Cindy Wallace Vg .Q 'Q ' 'V Jimmy Wallace M Q Q . . , , 'V Martha Walls I '55, 2, ' Kathy Walston Q I2 V U . y . Dianna VVHVUVID Yuri: 5555? . V Yr ,Ni 'iff Ricky Ware 2 5 Laura Watson Cathy Weaver Angela Webb Sherill Webb Debbie Wedner David Weems 525343 Z wma V- Eggs O.-,3 b4K'D3 E25 rncng 2120, NS 'Q' J., Tim Weems Sandra Welch Nora Westbrook Jeff Whisnant Bonita Whitaker Dixie White .1 4 . ' f' ' ' ' ' r V ,,,' v V. ,gy -'f' f1',L-H AM wg- - 4. .' J ' 7' if " ' 'f' ,,.f: qw: ff 34 ' ' ' 1 Q I A , . r - fr Doug White Kathy White Mary White Spirit, work, honor, and pride make a good Junior class . . . Joe McKinney. The difference between juniors and sopho- mores is that we, the Juniors, were here first. Jenny Presneii. I usually spend my time over the weekends relaxing Connie Autrey. I think we've got more spirit than the Sophomores and Seniors. We show it by doing all we can for the school . . . Jimmy Ross. Chemistry is my favorite class because a bunch of my friends and my favorite teacher are in there. ... Paul Davis. When I get out of bed inthe morning I dread going to school but I look forward to getting out at 1:25 . . . Jiii Waldron. ,vw 33,92 RNA M-El. 1 -Q" .Q tv if will Junior Class Officers - as ,s 4, lst Row, L to R: Jan Thomas lSeo.J, Edie Runyan lSec.J, 2nd Row: L to R: Dawn Bennett lTreas.J, Diane Riberich lv. Presb, Debbie VanDerburgh lPres.J. filiiifillfx .- .4 R as f , XL L'L' N H ., L ,Q S , J 5 Ak,ii V Af Y ' if x xx.-fr M, 'W f f ' - N , s, , ,, ,r ry , f ,ii L K A if f if Q, M ,, W e ' K agftffy .N'ft'I't 'V ir.:- fllff ' fi . ff? "1fa-'fi W, I x I A , msg-TY' R A: ' " 'I 1 Qijjw ,Rvn . , fi-'.',f:. "nf, X ' s, 'in- , vs. fb 1- Y I rv' ls. 4.-I eff X ,glen A ':",:' 5 t , ' A xg , ' I 1 ff l tif ' ' lm J 5' " ' 'Q 1 ,g . W if J M223 xlf' f K , , , 4 2 1 Y ', ' 'ity 4 l i 430 f , My if " '-I-.:I:I:I:I x Bkiafaizfa. ' ass:z:e:a-1-I 1:51:25 4.5.1.1 '-'.'.'. 5- l'I'I'l.n Roger White Walter White Karla Whitehead Jim Whitfield Julie Whitford Larry Whitman Andrea Whitworth Steve Whitworth Karen Williams Randell Williams Ricky Williams Terry Williams Deanna Williamson Todd Williamson Lynn Willis Debbie Wilson Farrar Wood David Woody Chuck Wright Donna Yarbrough Roger Young Ronnie Young Stan Young Vickie Zynievvioz Juniors!239 40 ,':?'ffyv-1 vr",:"Q sr 'WWW A-4' ,ww f Www. S mf' , gf 13? IF f X 1 1 ,f .,.-.ff .a""'N 5 Rui? N'- ,f --.-.4- Q . C 5 W Q f is ydizs A it-its-Q . Eb .t XTSX5, Q 'f. K Q . '- .,.vsm.v. I 1 ncaa at . 3 J Q ' S S li' ' 3 -4-fa, 1, ' .if gt. fr'-.2113-.f'.': . u,i?j,.,t5 1' Q - 1115, J,.1.,Q.:,. ff , X .tfifglii X. W Qfrlbg if.: if r "Q" . ' . 'ifif' dig. giftkffiffl sg ...git Qzgm--. .7 MTX-xv' . " f. m.--'1-ff. .tf ' .3 f , 'Int if- wtf'-,f " "5'.'f'f-, '..Z. '. t.f5I.fzff-SQQQMS' .- V '52, 5 ..-, ' ,4 'Z' if .. e, 5, 4 S f , " ,lst X as ' ' fs ' 1 I ' ' af X 3 i N , ,.,.. S7 Pg M V, - 2 X 1 H aw? i W ii' K -fe Y Z- Eg' I ff I M I X I t fs-ff, it X .M 'airs ' i 9 'bf' We "Y v ff I F' 33 , if 'Y' 1 W t -.. N ,Q 5 if , ff F-g fl' pw ,tl 1, vga 34? " J '1' vs. We ts? " " sf fb Fa rf 'Q Wig if I jig ,..-f -t 41 V. , The Sophomores did much during their first year at FPSI-l. Before the year even began many of the up- coming Sophomores at- tended Sophomore orienta- tion night. They participat- ed in spirit week during homecoming going to the parade bonfire and the other activities of that week. The sophomores were involved in their first Operation Merry Christmas. They also joined different clubs and organizations. Many were spectators or active in sports. . Af M g H ,,... , . , 1 242!Sophornores Doreen Abeyta Joe Adamson Joy Akin Evelyn Allen Lori Allen Shelby Allen Cheryl AIIS Glenn Anderson Eddle Anglln Jeff Anoullh Mlchelle Aragon Randy Aragon Rlcky Archer Donna Archlnal Elaine Ashe Cllnt Ashmore Davld Atklns Bo Babb Dale Barley Debble Barley Bllly Barn Bobble Barn Bryan Baldwln Tommy Ballew Robert Barber Donald Barnes Ronald Barnes Jan Barnett Angle Barrow Jam Baughn Bomona Bearden Bruce Beary Llsa Bedell Kell: Bell Kenny Bell Mlke Bell rg. . 1 .... an , V A A S A X K fi X : 1 - f x Q S 5 .A A .xx AN In is t 6 1 ,K 5? r an -71' f.. g sw :S W I tmyf 'Q y ' if Q. s ,, .,., gr if 0' Q' 1 , K, 'r-' ' f 4' . 4 , Ski, fi' as Pk Vifgg fi' -'pb N, sa- if X' w 1.4 NI x-wr ax' it vrgervva Qs rg fi x Nx GQ xx g 'N me-f L7 wx ,fm lf... N F xx Ns is-1 xgfm R no 4-sr xx f S46 4 swf fu W-...V ' s if 5 an Nw-15' sa- we ails. we WPA 9 A ly3 .1 " ' W A by 'ssh 0:9 -he 'A X ur msgs 3 4 Qs QM nur sm ...Q ,Q-vw 'Ne V95 X wee mmm R X we rf ,MW 'l '19 N. 'I':'I':':5:5"' ' '.'.'.'.'I:Z:Z:I:1:1:I:I:I:I:C:I:I:I:I:ZgljljI:I:I:I:IQI:I:Z:ZjZ:ZQZQIIIIIZI E:E:E:E:E:'g 'ff5:1:1:5:5:-:-:-:f:-:f:-:f:g:f:f:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-: X ,. i M, JA X xx . e e 'eese e """'t'T"' s , , M e' ,, .T ,N ,EQ1iqfWS'A"t' :ef T A t .'. , Q he :Qi K A r 1 :F E ., We 1 K v . K in S A ' e T ' we ev 1. .- KST? t . T e .-e ee S tx s I s g W 1' fh The Sophomore year r K W V' is the beginning of the , T f T , lest three years in A'1L ' e X school. During this year g y i g eeeie ieie eee ' you see old friends but ee f ,T 4 make many new ones. . 1 . l Y OU a r e e n e chance to accept re- Q '. 15' qw., ,fe W.W.,. sponsibility. You can g, Jee T K also gain much knovvl- K ei gf.: - A edge that will help you in 4'fiQ.,x, ef 4 lb- r if your future occupation. ' , H ' There are many clubs if 4, A if y available to help you get , AV? ,s ' fX!'gY N , A involved. There is also 'Y -' faq I t '5' A K Z T , your Senior year to look 1' ff T , L. ' ' 5 T ' 1 X forward to. EIEIEIEIE' H'-I:2:2:1:I:2:2EIEISIE2EIEISIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIE2212251225522ISI X -:u-E:-:-:-:-:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:-:.:-'.'.:.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' 244lSophomores 2-i , r' , ..-figfi ' 3 . i ff.- 1 f""""- s 2 JZ: z vs tiff E 3 xt is When I first walked into FPSH I thought I would never find my way around Scott Morrow. l got lost the first day of school because I didn't know there was an upper level . . . Randy Aragon. One of the disadvantages of being a sophomore is not being able to get out of school early . . . Roxane Lamb. Electronics is my har- dest class because I don't understand a thing they are talking about . . . Mike Hel- ton. The thing I'm looking forward to most this year is the last day of school . . . Billy Pollard. I think the most hectic part ofthe day is second and third periods because I haven't got going good yet . .. Beverly Potts. There are no advantages to being a sophomore , . . Steve Eldson. 1A-nu- rf its If kan ! .ess - L S. X I- .LQ?1,Q. 1 r m s -- f .:f.:-:Nu QfL'LsQ.Qge-ees LL -- -L1 L - L f - L - L N- , f N- Ly LL L f' 9 ,, Q- ggi' .L We 1 i H Xem1LL Ks K ' ii 'ggi I f .pi 1 f i , uso. , , Qu -' , fi' 9. rw -a 5 - :sie '-N" ,-' 4 VS iif5'V iigf' 'D Y ' ',, Q3 -L Q L M. L , 'T' L - L' "' i ' 'W F 2? R a J 1 y - 1 X Q F W L L- . LL L Q ,' L L 5 - L -' L X' L Niafzfszsxzs e- zz-5 LQ - ' -Lv . -- :FS :LL-Q L A --.wLLL:s K f. L refer .f-JL he J K "' - qt K LQ 1 L - K LL L. ' X g Ai K' I LX: y A . S 111 1 r f 1 R f RL Q2--4 ' .' ' ' r Q-ii if A i 5 l B z 1 Q ag Lee I D L ,sf pe X if J' , f -. Iii-, ii kk ifif ff? H A f5i5f55f131"k?i5f25ff'I' :-is Y at W .L ---' ' L X X. ' l i I -4 L it - . . ""' L ,,r L is R ,A LL vm: Q 'ik 1 V ltd' W Q ...dl if Q1 fr VII? . L . ' QL, s ' L - -s -aw f fy W L. sg? - Q 'Ein -B ' R, git? , 1 " S-if K K - ' R ' LH, - LL .. LL , R ' - L L ,,""',, - D f" 2 - vsp L. R B R ff' - . 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Vikh L gil ..L-'Wa -.J K , "' :nv , 'item Randy Bennett Pam Bentley Mark Beriault Doug Bertolini Bryan Bertschin Sandy Bertschin Randy Billingsley Debbie Bishop Angela Bivens Jerry Bivens David Black Angela Blackstock Curt Bland Jan Blandford Joy Blandford Troy Blankinship Rhonda Blaylock Kyna Bobo Walt Bobo Karen Boggs Dale Booton Raymond Boozer Drema Boster Joyce Bouvier Andy Bowden Tommy Bowden Reggie Bowen Randy Brackin Keith Bradford Bart Bradley David Bradshaw Bill Brett Jane Brock Joe Brooks Tammy Brooks Tim Brooks Sophornores!245 246!Sophomores Franky Brown Jill Brown Paul Brown Fiobln Brown Steven Browne Bruce Brumrnett Andy Bryan Darlene Buggay Barry Bunn James Burke Steve Burnette William Burrell Fiicky Butcher Larry Butler Mike Byrd Gloria Cain Lisa Cain Teri Calalay Ginger Cannon Susan Canup Alan Cardin Larry Carlisle Bay Carlson Betty Carney Cynthia Carnicom Jason Carroll Laurette Carver Lee Cavender Jeff Chalmers Ed Chambley Brad Chandler Del Chapman Mac Chason Larry Chestnut Wanda Childers 235551 N fit Ew- ka . .XX qs t X-R1 - - .X . 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I AXQEQJTX X is Z X K X X 2395 , Q im F SX ' meg X ?i gs P 4' Xe, if .k' 1 ,, fjzff 5 .Zi E ' K 'i W X is W L ' -MS-T' "ik il ii 'ih" 2 6 . -- 'B 'N A X X .krh..A, 5 " ' -' wi? X K X "" ' r ' 5, ii 5 X s as rr-. 1? .... X - 'X -55' I A 5 X ' A .X K- XXN::X:1, 'v ff fr' ' a nf , . X X ig X is ha X XXX XX 5 -- 'XX X ,X E X I i N x 1 X X i X X 'Ke Q X XX X 2 KX X XX 2 X X ,X.. LXXK,-XXX X, X XX, ' X X - Alhfhs 1 X . X I XL? X BXBB Xi wins- A5 AE ' fl Q T' X :X-XXXXr 'L -XXX4Xf-X s ,XX -Xsf1Xs Xl X "X Q i X XX 1 E X .: Xggg fix E X ,X xg X, XTX fm- Nl"f'X4 sr '-A- f ts - , XX X ,ze ti .4 45 I' 'Y' 1, il' 1 gf, ll" I If ,, ,WZ if 'V gg ac 2,6 Q? 914 kwa ff if N, gt, af , -. .4. , . ,M- ", 'ci2 H fff:o.4,X." f lg gneggv f' - l ug., ...- .. ..- I gs-and" One of the disadvantages of being a sophomore is you have to walk ten miles from your car to get to the school . . . Tony Westbrook. My favorite day of the week is Friday because after school you can go home and not worry about having to get up early the next day . . . Glynda Jones. After eating school lunches I know why they have the signs saying "bless our food." . . . Flip Moore. On the first day of school i couldn't tell the vocational building from the library Angie Brvrns The biggest difference between Junior High and Senior High is that the Senior High is a lot bigger . . . Tommy Ballew. One of the advan tages of being a sophomore is that you still have your senior year to look forward to . . . Candie Johnson . i 3 1 X 1 5 . ' if , 1 r-"4 ,af I if I , ?48!Sophomores Stanley Childs Pong Cho John Christian Marty Christian Dusty Clay Ronald Cline Steve Cobb Pat Cochran Wanda Coker Billy Cole Billy Coleman Kevin Collier Nancy Collins Clarence Comer Debbie Conley Tina Coody Dale Cook Scott Copelan Dee Coslry Fred Couvillion Joel Cox Kim Cox Mark Cox Randy Crane Renee Crawford Sue Crawford Beth Creasy Judy Crisp Chris Crockett David Crowder Karen Crowe Lori Ann Crumley Betty Cushing '-I It , 2 Hgh gi. , 4 4 I A liyl fi ' at y tr we it 11 ,Q , " ff 3, 41 fs ' X L A - f 3 5 f R - Q V V V e f' I Q. 2, 75 ,-A 'A .Q 4, ., , ' JJ 'W , - -,L W 'K 5 L ,V H K , ,l l , V . be ' ,M ' I V V , , V 4 ,f f ' ""r X Viv: 'V V ,V gg - Sa af' Q V st it . f A t - it T ' f Y? V f- 1 . ' ': ,,,.. , li' ' f .V ,, , i5""'i ' H . ,,,,,. it t 'wi k.,' . ' 1 45 me ' A"' i A' 5? f , r l I ! I hw.: - sg V mfks frnf - 2 Nm 5 NX, at , A gh it -il L A .I f I, 'W-vp U i. 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My favorite day of the week is Tuesday be- cause when l wake up I know l've made it through Monday Shawnda Powers. The biggest difference between junior high and sen- ior high is there are more people at senior high . . . Tammy Moats. SWE' ,E f Kim Dalrymple -,t sg . 3 ab" Ks", , , Y I W : 6219 by X iq W if gif Q A , W, W... A 43 i Va .W J fl 'Q Iwi? 1. V f, I f 'xv ',.F t gif' -r-4 L , . ,.,,. r I ,:, ,:, - Q fi.. j I W 1, Y My tix. ' I r ar f',r f - ,V L y ,f', V , .SY I ff ,IW x 3 8 , rf. -W ax ls V... 4- , I If it ""'K X Q 3, fs. " 4 l rttl f Kelley Daniel Kim Daniel Laura Daugherty Y Allen Davis Angie Davis Angie D. Davis Dawn Davis 1 X f Donna Davis , Q I Greg Davis , ,N ' i 5 Julia Davis ,. I , JEL! Kelli Davis If Linda Davis Af .- if Timmy Davis 1 if .f I if , Wes Davis IITI I 5 1 .r . r ' M , I 'lll fr I M Q' ' , ' ik" ' I' , mg, v,i, W g , A" 5 Mike Dawe ' , Q r ' tum l ' Marty Dawson f' ' 1 0 . I Randy Day ig 3 1 Bettye Dean tif- at David Dean . 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One af the disadvantages of being a sophomore is not getting our pictures in color in the annual . . Greg Smith. One of the advantages of be- wg a sophomore is that you have two years on he seniors to be better than they are at ever- 'thing .. Bart Safsrnan. I think FPSH is the liggest and the best . . . Susan Smith. My first 'npression of FPSH was that it was too hot and :rowded . . . Kevin Hitchcock. ,, A 1 1 1 ' J, " 1 H , ' a ,V , ' af. 1 ' xp: ,- Q 2 4 4 N ' f 1 - "fr Qbafr- .ff -F. x I , , Q , . we , i 4 8 T-Z7 A 'calf f N 'hhh nts ek' gif' QT: if N 2' Q 4 4? 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My heaviest book is biology but it should be math because math has more work in it Sherrie Maynard. I don't eat school lunches, I bring my own . . . Terry White. One of the disadvantages of being a sophomore is everyday in band l have to carry David Brown's baritone out on the field . . . Marty Christian. At FPSH you have more freedom than you did at junior high Jan Blandford. Wednesday is my favorite day because it marks the beginning of the end of the week . . . Ethan Richards. .1 if is Mx: ,eva 7 r , f ,.,f, iff' ag, , X ,. y ia 4: I AA i., ,,' '- New ,' , 4, f, z an fwlllzi , I , ' , .g if-'-f N. ft? fa-vs if ,fC 'S -4 gf ,za Q ,. AZ? ' i o 9 4' 1. 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Smith Kim L. Smith Lori Smith Susan Smith Tammie Smith Tracy Smith Rhonda Snyder Ronald Sparks Neal Spencer Roger Spratling Sophomores!261 2?62!Sophornores Kathy Stallings Edie Stanford Ricky Stanley Billy Starke Darlene Stephens Donald Stephens Frank Stephenson Vickie Stevens Joel Stewart Marie Still Rita Stoner Chip Strawn April Street Jan Strickland Sandra Stubbe Donna Stubbs Beverly Sullivan Frank Sullivan Chip Sumner George Sutton Kevin Swaim Barry Swanson Chuck Sweat -f an H S 1 X S Mi ' . 'I f."' , , ,i.,, iiy' f Hx , 1. ,it j ' emi t ,M l - 3'-QF' . ty , i L i, W 4 "Aff: Q1 lu .rn-.M 3 "'i ,,,, ,. , , ,,., 1 - fl ' iiii - i to f i l ,,i,r r W 1 l -V-, f 4,124 V, 7 H 4 K , ' V , FM iitiii tr'i A ,ylt I V' il"'i, 95, 6 , Q iityi ' 1 ff: . 5 A M A kv , g Ay X 1 v Ag A0 . , . , , ., . .,,, .-W., , 3? Mfg' , ,.,. , , , 5 ,gh A N jg ,YA f Q 4, .,,. Z, . J 19 W5 , W , W ,ja k fd? V ' ft 4 5 Q 4 1 W .fr fr Ji 5 f J r ft' f f fy l " i. :f y 1 Z A , .nv K: W aw rr? 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H-5 A if 'Y ' W 5 ff yd rf M9517 f 1 X1 ,fig ,522 a T- 4 3 ff 1' fa f 1 it 0 42 f 'J f ,A Sophomores!263 Tinia Waugh Barry Weathers Debbie Webb Bnan Weeks Jerry Wellman Craug Wells Ken Werho Ellis West Lisa West Tony Westbrook Manette Wheeler Sassy Wheeless Jeff Whrddon Belinda White Ka Whlte Pam Whnte Paula Whlte Flay White Terry White Tum White Mlchelle Whlted Lorne Whltehead Melany Whltford Marsha Ann Whltlock Tracy Whltlock Ronda Wlegand Susan Wllkerson Flick Wilkins Rob Wnlklns Tommy Wllklns Barbara Wllllams Kam Williams Larry Wllllams Marq Wllluams Rlchard Wllllams Sammy Wllllams Tammy Wllllams Kim Wlllnamson Greg Wllson Rusty Wllson Sandra Wilson Wendy Wllson 1 3 fwr av fy' ff? iw 1 X sf a W W . ,. W . I V VV ,lf , wa Q-,A if J ,, zwffmf if IME " QW 4 A ' - 'W 4 X f MQW W V 3 .M ff-ff' ,ff..w,ffe:-3 ,Q ef fit' ,, ' 4? W 2 3 up V , f li M f f' K N Lzwyi I ,K V QQU fu,? 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' Kay Yates , . . , . -r J ,x V r . 4 1 Greg York ff Q " 'X I Cheryl Young if ' Danny Young W . 1 , 2 Lisa Young mf. Bw oooooy W rf N b y xi Q 1, exif W, I F, Tommy Yu P-,Yif Q ' g , f Eric Zaworski ' Laurie Zyniewicz sn. P , 1 N ff' H 074 1, Ho Wx Sopnor'nores!265 i--........! l s'5-......4.4.:w--- ' R , .nm- r ,M , .zur Lg g E I Q 5 2' xi t 'Q 5 'R s 3 4 2 yr , f f ff was gf f" , ,,,iz,z ,,, , - k W, '. mf my uv.: Y . 4 , :V iff 1 , ff if yy ,i A if , W ff 3151 . , 'fra 1, - - sr L' A ' .A .1593 nf i X. , , . I Q m...k,. 115232. ., .Q - : sw - pw be bv. 1, , . -1 cause of the dedicated fac- ulty that make up the staff. Not only do its members take on the responsibility of teaching but also many of them spend their leisure events and other projects. They deserve much grati- tude and appreciation for their long hours and dedi- cated service. Therefore we would like to show the fac- ulty our respect throughout the following section. The students are a fortu- nate group of people be- time sponsoring clubs, 268!FacuIty C 5 t Mr. Amick Mrs. Cooper Mr. Farr Principal Asst. Principal ASSY- Pl'ii'iCiD3I -' ff? 7 2 . Tr. Ss Mr. Hibbs Mr. Ragsdale Vocational Coordinator Asst. Principal ,f is 'K AIDMIIINIIISTRATIIGFNI W.-.4 I I " - A- 1 ,asvl nf' i ff 555 , f A M, Faculty! 269 Gayle Guirreri CQUNSELQRS WM . , ,. we L -I -- V, Q. , Q. ,,'f, f w:,,fwfs:wsa r fs , 11. 'Maia ,,,, V, , yew Lizffff 5 1 A ,V ' ,ji ,W t if rid ,L .,x,-121 if , if' 6 5 'Z f F , 6 1 if Wa is f f 3 Q7 Ji any W f 5 if , L L ii i 'Q V wMHze1f.2f:s ,, , ' J 4157522314 iffi frff . ff 2' ' ' , ,,., " ' , K .1 V i ,L - L J L ' i ' Q w:,rfffY'tii tg 2 , . -' 5115551 K V 'J iff J 4 if "iff , 4777 QVHYX . ff M, My 4.13413 L ,g . WJ gf-..,,Wf 4',.'f' i Q ' "LM ' 'Mm 37,4 ,,, W,,,,.A William Head Frances Lee Junior Sophomore Class A ,, Ko ., X X, A.-x N .xg Wayne Simpson Vocaiional SECRET!-XRIIES Miriam Worsham Senior Class Dora Laney Martha Mobley Judy Nolen Lillian Potter KXWW xiii 611711111 lllllllll J l e fp .WQMMJNQ ,V- up Match The Following Locked her PE. teacher in the locker room. Poured acid on her lab partner in high school. Received a D in art because she called her teacher a donkey. Was arrested for rolling houses. Took the body oft his fathers Volkswa- gon while he was out of town. Called his senior English teacher a "mean old hag". Slapped a girl on the basketball court during a garne. Nailed his English teachers jacket to his chair. .Hr R .F . Mr. Beard . Ms. Harwell . Mr. Neeley . Mrs. Thompson . Mrs. Kerr . Mr. Keller . Mr. Lee . Mrs. Bowen seas fi' Q" T ll lg' lg' I, s, J rr 3 ff ' tx " 'J .5 P' x ' ff, Q" Lf. 1 ,I V14 ffgg N - fi K 0 . 5 ' a Facuhy!271 272fFacuny Laura Angel Reading Specialist Roger Alexander Physical Education , ., ,, , ,, . ,,g ,.,.,q,,.W, ,, , i'i "?ii1 " ,z kf,'rr A 2 A i gy V , 1 Mary Bell Jack Bennett Physical Education Social Studies W i ,, I . Betty Bowen Rena Bowden English Cosmetology Frank Brandon Margaret Brown Social Studies Librarian i , 'T' I Douglas Austin Math bf' fx Aj-X Barbara Black Business Education QQ, ,Q 5, 1 1 E-if A I! LN. .- ' -..n George Bowling English MQW' -0---if 9' 'HY v..' WA' rw, I ,,,.ti, .b - L W q 1 I 't,L bl 5 in rl i fy 4 'EE' Li gifs: .fi Henry Bynum Physics Kenneth Beard Band Tfiiiitgiii, 7' i ,LKV , : H V, S 1 3, 2, Quinn Born Aerospace Education fy-v Lawson Bowling Social Studies X 61 JW 49,9 x sf Y, 5 4-2.'!"'y , O Debra Cannon English burr y my if . so " 1 45 3 J Iv 15 gf 4 4 ,figs ! Qf .., 52,2 ' K ,QL 25. 60505 2- are K- 4 . Gwen Collier Donna Cook Leonard COUCIW Social Studies Qggmefology Aerospace Ed QM' Steve Crislip Terri Lynn Crocker William Dale Physical Education French Physical Education In. gn lg 0 ' . E E' 1 . ,ad .s-nigh M, ' ' Y Q 3 3 'f 1 tw l at tc,., Y , gb , i -. .x . 3 E .1 .wi ,,.--" i K 1 K v . . r ' "X',f',q'. ,ff af' 3' 'Li'4n't' 'Hx' 2- - 32:1 274!Faculty FAXCULT5'-'J ggi WY W W, S S 5 Q f,X X 'E X ' gf , lv- HP. dl-1 , .- S g 1 is V , g . K..-. LA T i , sri Ei is S ,J ' 5 Linda Daughtry Art E,: w k ' ' tb' . E ez! j f Paul Edgar Drafting Marie Foster Math Sir-v-sf Andy Giddens Science was 2 H. Lee Dawson Math vev fy Mary Edwards English :L ,231 ' ,an Diane Garner Math we 'Sl I. Douglas Gilbert Social Studies -,sem X i. 1- cf, if , reie rer -, '1 i 0 ' 'Y . 1 , 1 ' Jackie Deaton Science Susan England Social Studies Janice Gilfilian Math i if A fmt' Q x 1' A a V? ig ,,'i V .fl , rn cn if 1 , as i 1 3 iiii A 94 l'i' V '31 "1 4 ag vm. is Q i z ' NF 1' 51513 ffm Rick Duncan Social Studies i.- Y . L. Raul Fernandez Spanish iw' Doreen Giannetti Horne Economics N! ' 'W :AY . Sandra Goodman English , iif 2 ,y ,.-. ,- get ,ns srr iq--0 six vi K, 3 , xp Samuel Grogan Sherry Hanes Construction Business Education Eris Green Business Education ii' John Hayes Richard Haywood Brenda Hiii Autobody Driver Education Business Education , Alu an 1 in-fa-ply Linda Harwell Hearing impaired efaar is his 2 asf t inii Dee Dee Holmes Fi.V.I.P. 1 .PN 'U'- 4 ,,...--1-'dl ,pd 'srni'ss ft '.Facunyf275 l L 276!FacuIty 1, y tiiir ,M i ,,., Z - i 2, .f v yy l 1 L , , irrsi li Lynda Kerr Art it i xv N 2 aff' iii L Mary Lee Health Occupations Terry Magaro Social Studies 13 If Alan Montroy Industrial Arts YFIACULTE-J Liv Zeta King Science ,vw Smith Lockhart English 0-nf Patricia Mathis Science W 4959'- Betty Mullins Home Economics v L i , V Q ,V 4, 5 x Y -ki if 1? w' iff:-'ffm 1 4,-'rw Marie Kohlhaas Social Science Larry Lee Physical Education 'g y 5 ,:'h f 4...- sff , ,, , :iii Z i 5 . W V ' 'Z 'fi WY W fi Ken Luciano Electronics Max Lowe Dlstributive Ed. I r 1 Z ,Q A K .v y Vi! Richard McMichen English Mildred Miller Health Occupations ,sk David Neeley Ann New D.C.T. Library Aide l ,I 'est e' ' r - ix! I 51,5 sof- ,"vw"' A . :lea as , fi fs I 'XA- gc-J, A Lamar Oglesby Joann Perry John Perry Joanna Phillips Social Studies English English Business Education zz, Q ,, r gf i ' ff .. kittf . . 'rw ' J -iili Mary Pike Patricia Pitts Learning Disabilities Math iKiLLS 't gnu mg an f' u....., Mrs. Phillips is a good teacher because she explains things until you understand it . . . Wanda Abell. l like Mr. Oglesby because he makes class fun. We had a hilarious class. He makes a boring subject interesting . . . Tanya lvie. Teachers are great . . . Anonymous. I like Mrs. Thompson. She teaches us but yet she lets us discuss things. I love it! We are free in her class but we still know our place . . . Sharon Lyerly. Faculty! 277 278!FacuIty f- 'M 1 Charles Hooks Auto Mechanics Peggy Johnson Business Education FFIACULTFSJ 5 c E f A r , f E lv ' mmf fff 1 r E I E if if A Sue Hoover Math Joel Hull Science My-nr,5 ' ,H e r , ., l V E , ,,,,. ,V l c E ,i,, A 5' I V". V 5 A . l i .E xi - 4 X fs Q we 'rf' Mary Jordan Business Education Emily Keller Science riff 5? W' , wp, ff p f 5 f 'Q 7 " 2 lsl,r ' ryyyl Sue .lakes English I A Flay Keller Librarian ft W" . 11' .' S fl IV' ,ff l -X ' V W .--zrvcpwa 'X . fx f PET x iii' - az. .5 by Q ut , S. J Q ia X S as Q r N X "'x...h- Eddie Pollard Vivian Porter Driver Education CVAE Laura Reebals Dale Robbins English Social Studies Dbrtrta Sabbath Martha Senkbeil Librarian Social Studies Belinda Shavers Kathy Sims English Reading Aide Linda Pritchard Becky Pulley Science Learning Disabilities Maurice Roberts Suzanne Floss Electro-Mechanics Science 1 . Q in 1 x r A . Frank Senkbeil June Shannon industrial Arts Library Aide Cheryl Sission Lindsey Smith Social Studies Social Studies Faculty! 279 280!Faculty Q-R Susan Smith Business Education i Dorothy Stewart Math Vera Thompson Social Studies it GW' in , 4125" iiii 55 ,J fe 1 Q , Frank Tanner Robert Thiele Band Aerospace Education f Dozier VandenBosche Angie Wade Peggy Walker Reading Math Social Studies -.4 nn-4 I 'tif L0 A W W by ,fi 3 I 1, S 9 7 ' if D, as if A 2,9 A mx .ffsgyzw V F1 The highlights of Forest Park Senior High would not be possible without the superb administrative staff. Our teachers and staff are more than just educators they are our friends. Also because of our large staff and their dedication, the students here at Forest Park are offered a wide variety of classes to help prepare them for their future lives and occupations. i 2' ? lv ,f ,-. r-Q '7' 8889 ,,0LLf?" i c it F gp t it 'lar ' I 'fziz ' , ' my J Marie Ward English A . i -'dl "1..,, Q Mark Williams Special Education WWW' ffl 'W V , L, W! K W I ,L ME ,, 'X , Ann Wall Physical Education Nl' ' lfili.. Carole Worley English Virginia Wheeler Marion Williams Science Music Michael Wright Grady Zittrouer Social Studies Math Faculty ! 281 Teacher lnvolverneni Kenneth Beardf Band Sue Jalragp 4 Flag Corps Barbara Black A F.B.L.A. Larry Lee f Wrestling Ouinn Born - Saber Team Max LQW9 4 DECA- Ffafllf Brandon - COGCYY Terry Magaro - The Retrospect Staff Gwen Collier- Student Council, Inter Club Richard Mglvfighen 4 Drama Club Council David Neely- V.l.C.A. Margaret Cooperf National Honor Society Jganng Phillips - Senior Class Dianna Crislip - GlrlS TenniS Eddie Pollard- Girls Junior Varsity Steve Crislip Y Soccer Basketball Teri CrOCKer4 Frerwh Club Vivian Porterf Senior Class, V.O.C.A. Leonard Couch f Girls Aerospace Drill Team Dale Ffgbbrns - Boys Junior Varsity William Dale - Swimming Basketball. Boys Tennis, Cross Country Linda Daughtry - Art Club Alton Srnith e Football Rick Duncan 4 Baseball, Boys Varsity Lindsey Smith f Key Club Basketball Susan Smith A F.B.L.A, Raul Fernandez - Spanish Club Frank Tanner - Band, Majorettes MENS FOSYGV - B918 Club Robert Thiele f ROTC. Color Diane Garner A Beta Club Guard Sherry Gary- The Forrester Staff Vera Thompson ! Drill Team Q Andy Giddens 4 Track, Girls Varsity Ann Wall- Cheerleaders X., Basketball Marion Williarns A Chorus Janice Giltilian - Kappa Club, Junior Class X- l ll ill? y , N b- ,til K 282lFaculty 97 : 979 STAFF IDIIIFZECTCDR EJ Principals Herb Amick Ed. Specialist West Georgia College Margaret Cooper MLN. Emory Univ. John Farr M. Ed. Georgia State Univ. Ronald Hibbs M. Ed. Univ. ot Georgia Richard Ragsdale Ed, Specialist Auburn Univ. Counselors William Head M. Ed. Univ. of Georgia Frances Lee Ed. Specialist Univ. of Georgia Wayne Simpson Ed. Specialist Univ, of Georgia Miriam Worsham M. Ed. Univ. ot Georgia Faculty Roger Alexander A.B. Piedmount College Laura Angel B.A. Georgia Tech Univ. Barbara Austin B.A. Univ. of Texas Doug Austin B,S. Georgia Tech Kenneth Beard Master ot Music Univ, of Rochester Mary Bell M. Ed. Georgia State Univ, Jack Bennett M.A, Ohio State Univ. Michael Besket B.A. Cleveland State Univ. Barbara Black M.B.E. Georgia State Univ. Quinn Born B.A, Univ. of Omaha Rena Bowden B.A, Goergia College Betty Bowen Master Cosmotologist Univ. ot Georgia George Bowling B.F,A. Univ. of Georgia Lawson Bowling M.S. Univ. of Pennyslvania Frank Brandon Ed. Specialist Georgia State Univ. Margaret Brown M.L.S. Atlanta Univ. Henry Bynum B.S. Georgia Tech Debra Cannon B.A. Georgia Southern College Gwen Collier B.S. Georgia College Donna Cook Master Cosmotologist Adorne Beauty College Leonard Couch Ed, Specialist Georgia State Univ. Dianna Crislip B.S. Univ, of Georgia Steve Crislip B.A. Furman Univ, Teri Lynn Crocker B.A, Furman Univ. Linda Daughtry B.A, Univ. ot Alabama Hubert Dawson B.A. Georgia State Univ. Jackie Deaton B.S. N. Texas State Univ. Rick Duncan Master of Education Converse College Paul Edgar B.S. Univ, of Tampa Mary Edwards B.A. West Georgia College Susan England B.A, West Georgia College Raul Fernandez M.A. Emory Univ. Marie Foster M.Ed. West Georgia College Diane Garner B.S. Morris Brown College Sherry Gary M.Ed. West Georgia College Doreen Giannetti B.A. Glassboro State College Andy Giddens B.S. Morris Brown College Douglas Gilbert M.S. Georgia College Janice Gilfilian M.A.T. Georgia State Univ. Sandra Goodman B.S. Tennessee Wesleyan College Eris Green M.B.E. Georgia State Univ. Samuel Grogan B.S. Berry College Linda Harwell B.S. Shorter College Richard Hayward M.Ed, Univ. of Georgia Brenda Hill B.S. Univ, of North Alabama DeeDee Holmes M.Ed. Georgia State Univ. Sue Hoover B.S. Illinois State Univ. Joel Hull B.A. Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. Sue Jakes M.Ed. West Georgia College Peggy Johnson B.S. Mississippi State Univ. Mary Jordan M.B.E. Georgia State Univ. Emily Keller M.Ed. Univ. of Georgia Ray Keller M.L.N. Emory Univ. Lynda Kerr B.SM. Art Ed, illinois State Univ. Zeta King B.A. Emory and Henry College Marie Kohlhass B.S. Georgia State Univ. Larry Lee B.S. Ed., Georgia Southwestern College Mary Lee G.S.U, 81 Crawford W. Long School of Nursing Smith Lockhart B.A. Univ. South Carolina Max Lowe B.S. Univ of Tennessee Terry Magaro M.Ed. West Georgia College Patricia Mathis M.Ed. West Georgia College Richard McMichen BA. Univ, of Georgia Mildred Miller BS. RN Univ ot Georgia Alan Montroy B.S. Auburn Univ. Betty Mullins M.Ed. Univ. of Georgia David Neely B.S. Lincoln Memorial Univ. Lamar Oglesby B.A. Piedmont Joann Perry M.Ed. Georgia Southern College John Perry M,A. Univ. ot Tennessee Joanna Phillips B.S. Winthrope College Mary Pike Special Ed. Calvin College Patricia Pitts M.E.D. Georgia State Eddie Pollard BSED Georgia Southern College Vivian Porter BSED Georgia College Linda Pritchard B.S. Biology Georgia Southwestern College Laura Reebals B.A. Georgia Southwestern College Dale Robbins MAT Social Studies Univ. of N. Carolina Maurice Roberts B.A. Berry College Mary Ross M. Ed. Georgia State Univ. Donna Sabbath M.A. Georgia State Univ. Martha Senkbeil B.S. Auburn Univ. Frank Senkbeil BS. Univ. of Georgia Belinda Shavers B.A. Univ. ot South Florida Alton Smith B.S. Erskine College Lindsey Smith M.A. Georgia College Susan Smith B.A. Augusta College Dorothy Stewart B.A. Morris Brown College Frank Tanner Master Music Ed. Georgia State Univ. Robert Thiele B.S. Georgia State Univ. Vera Thompson M.Ed. Georgia State Univ. Dozier VandenBosche M.O.A. McCormick Theological Seminary Angelia Wade M.Ed. Georgia State Univ. Peggy Walker B.A. Georgia College Ann Wall B.S. Georgia College Marie Ward BA. Methodist College Stacy Wells M.E.D. Univ. of Georgia Virginia Wheeler M. Ed. Georgia State Catherine Whitley B.A. Univ, ot N. Carolin Marion Whilliams Master ot Music Ed. Georgia State Univ. Mark Williams B.S. College of Steubenville Carole Worley B.A. Georgia State Univ. Michael Wright B.A. Georgia State Univ. Grady Zittrouer BSED Georgia Southern College. Faculty!283 One of the many high- lights here at Forest Park is the selecting of the stu- dents that are featured throughout the year. ln Oc- tober, the Homecoming Court shines with beauty followed by the Miss Forest Park Pageant in November As January comes in the Honor Seniors and Out standing Seniors are select ed along with the V l PS These students have worked hard during the year and it is at this time that they receive the recog nitron they so much de serve ,,,,..,., .. 'fl -L, F- ' m ,A- 4 3 2 , A lg Y F ,J Y 5 286!Features 222272 7772207772272 K-1 .M 5 Fran Clark This year the title of Homecoming Queen went to Miss Fran Clark. Excited is the best word to express her actions on October 20th during the Jonesboro game. In retrospect ot my Senior year, I am proud to say that this has been a year ot accomplishments! The many individuals, clubs, and organizations have worked very hard to achieve their goals, receiving no reward other than self-satisfac- tion and good memories for years to come. I am thankful to have been a small part of this school because it has given me so much in return. There are no words strong enough to describe the sin- cere appreciation I have for being chosen queen Fran Clark. 01720644461 i Lana Goss Homecoming night was a special time. The girls were very nervous and in the end, Wendy Twilley and Lana Goss were the Princessess. Being on the Homecoming Court was a great honor and being named Princess made it that much greater. lt was the highlight of a night I will always cherish . . . Lana Goss. The most exciting thing about Homecoming night was being selected as a Princess. lt was a shock with hap- piness and tears combined . . . Wendy Twilley. I sks' Q' :yin Ai' Wifi any My M54 .,.. ,, ' IJ, ,A ...x ,1-c-A ,z W vw,-vs 7? 'iff . '16 - 2"1,f2f,f3 I . an wr r ,irate ' T i' 'tt ' 1 . an , 4. , ig ' ,,w,,t H Ar- ' 4,-fir", 'gr' xr ,I , re, A-21 sf , fgiefr fn, gui' , yr 1541 My .p5J'sv'.'ifgf q if -rm " Wendy Twilley ge-f "" I X Q v Features!287 288!Fea1ures ami! Sharon Black. Sr. I, ' 'cv V Paula C, S -fwfr Wanda Maynue, Sr. Y If X x XX f .f Rhonda Lanier, Sr v Wa- H' Cindv Miles. Sr. MMZ -f 'F Lisa Rayner, Sr. fine Gretchen Wages, Sr. 1 A Nan Bishop, Jr. A Kim Rettig, Sr. ilfkfnn, Connie Autrey, Sr. Suzanne Ford, Jr. .ti - f 1 Features!289 29OlFeatures 4144! 10 Laura Thomas, Jr. K fl -rs. Holly Hill, Soph. 1-. W Tesie Thomas, Soph. t IQN 1, ,F Sandra Welch, Jr. I! .UH st, I I l Lisa Gunther, Soph. H355 I get . fum g I .E The 1978-79 Homecoming Court was a beauty to behold. The girls selected all beamed full of pride at the game on October 20th. You had to be there to realize the true happiness the girls attained. The thing I will remember most about Homecoming night is my friends and their hugs . . . Holly Hill. Being on Homecoming this year was a great experience for me. It really made me feel good inside to know that I could be out on the field and be recognized . . . Nan Bishop. Homecoming is like a dream come true when you walk through the sabre team. I'm glad I was a part of it, I will cherish it always . . . Gretchen Wages. I really care about my friends here and my being on the Homecoming court showed me that my friends care about me Sandra Welch. I didn't hear them call out my name in the gym. They had to come to my room and get me. I thought they were playing a joke on me until I saw the ribbon . . . Nah Huff M had be nwzedf Z fb i n i . 4 I I P ' L, T t'QS .?15Q M 5 ,Q t Q - P' s 9 . fr 5: .siffi-'f Wlgjff x T 7 'it it 7 f .4-at .vw 4, .1 -' '. . i., ' 'Q F .i, '. s s ,T if-all .1 . T7 f i7',Qlf,b.U .. 1. Y, '31, -S. xxx? r- Qf' Q ' if X , -X ' Z . ff . ,. all , ei M 5 X if vi t 1-t".1 h"' , ,A lg is 5 ff RJR 5 'Z 'T N F k f Q ,jf X r ' ,nk r dwarf' ' fw- f I ' . f if sf X The 1978-79 Miss Forest Park pageant was held on November 18th at 7:30 in the gym. The girls were all beautiful just as you would expect at a beauty pageant. As the night drew to an end the finalists, Miss Congeniality, and finally Miss Forest Park were chosen. Miss Lisa Fiayner now holds the title and wears the crown for Miss Forest Park of 1979. There have been many exciting moments during my past 3 years at FPSH, yet the most exciting was being named Miss Forest Park. lt was an unbeliev- able dream and just as exciting as I had ever hoped it to be. Having been given this title is far greater a privilege than l had ever expected and l am grateful for the opportunity it has brought to me. The honor of holding the title will be among my most cherished memories of my senior year . . . Lisa Fiayner. .c, .4 xv i .2 Lg.- . ' , 4 ,P .xx A 'dd' Q -.gl Features!291 292iFeatures 16727262 xi ., .'! It meant very much to me getting First Runner Up to Miss Forest Park. I was very excited. I have never felt anything so exciting and in- teresting in all my life. It was fun being around so many girls that were so scared and nervous. I did not feel alone. That night will always be a part of my life for as long as I live Caprice Gunther. When I received the title of Second Ftunner Up in the Miss Forest Park pageant, I was in total shock. I could not believe it! Being chosen was one of the highest honors I have ever received. This special recognition has brought that much more excitement .... ,1- i 2:1 'fffffl i I r to my senior year. The night of November 18, 1978 will never be for- gotten. Those few min- utes of shock, excite- ment, happiness, hugs, kisses and tears will nev- er be re-lived but it will always be remembered and cherished. This has indeed made my senior year complete . . . Cindy Miies. I could not believe it when I got the Miss Congeniality Award. It was a good feeling to know that my friends had voted for me. I think this is the greatest honor that I could ever receive and I will cherish it for- ever. A special "thank you" to all my friends . . . Nancy Manning. I I u X -an If Y . gs-Yr-J dfzmflwiw h 'XS xv Sv tg' R ' I' ft E f, .YK 4-aj I1 .,.., is W I I .X ,X , I, y y t R Q I was really surprised to get in the top ten. I thank God for it because without him it would not have happened . . . Sue Keith. During the pageant my nerves were jumping so much my knees knocked together when I walked Donna Sapp. The most memorable event of the evening was having one of my best friends as Miss Forest Park . . . Wanda Mayhue. If I could do the whole night over, I would change the dumb answer I gave for my question! . . . Nancy Manning. Features! 293 Wdhffdiy 7 fam M Nr? ki Perry Bennett Make Berlault Paula Cowan Lana Goss Lynn Fthodenazer 'ffw S gs To be an Outstanding Senror you must be rn two clubs for two years as a minimum The Sensor Class participates rn voting for the students they feel are the most qualified tor these posrttons Being Involved nn extra curricular actrvlttes ts important because lt helps you make more friends Lana Gossl plan to continue school and l am going to try to use the things l have learned here at hugh school to help me advance myself rn college Mike Benault Perry Bennett Co EdY 10 Chap 11 Pres1dent12 ROTC 10 11 12 Color Guard 10 11 12 lnterclub Council 12 Homecoming Escort 11 12 Make Berlault Soccer 10 11 12 French Club 10 11 President 12 Paula Cowan Cheerleader 10 11 Scrapbook 12 Student Council 11 12 Co Ed Y 12 Homecoming Court 10 12 Lana Goss Student Councll 10 11 12 Spanish Club Treasurer 10 11 Drill Team 11 Secretary Mike Grlfhn Student Councll Parltamentanan 12 Advisory Council 11 Chorus 10 11 Co Ed Y 10 11 12 Cross Country 11 12 Track 11 12 WSB Young American Award 12 Beta Club 10 11 12 NHS 12 Rotary Student of the Month 12 Governor s Honor Semlflnallst 11 Who s Who ln American High Schools 11 Georgia Certlflcate ot Merit 11 Lynn Rhodemzer Beta Club 10 11 12 NHS 11 Presudent 12 Jr Class President Prom Committee 11 Annual Staff 11 Business Manager 12 Co Editor PTSA Secretary 12 Certificate ot Merit 11 Rotary Student of the Month 12 WSB Young Amerrcan Nominee 12 LITC Steertng Committee 11 12 lnterclub Council 11 12 Mike Griffin 125 coed Y top v1cA 12. ' ' ' ' ' ' KZZKJQIXQQQQ ffflf IJ 11..--w "5 ft T? xi gf an 1,,.t! flf 1 x gifs' fe its ' .1 ...O-R Chuck Bray Football 10 11 12 French Club 10 Spanrsh Club 11 Defensuve Player ofthe Year 12 Davud Tondee Award 12 Fran Clark Student Council 10 Sec 11 Pres 12 GASC Co Presndent Natronal Honor Soclety 11 12 Beta Club 10 11 12 Drlll Team 10 11 12 Homecomrng Court 11 Queen 12 Mass Forest Park Pageant 10 Government Day 10 11 WSB s Young Arnerrcan 12 Rotary Student of the Month 12 Chorus 10 11 Keith Hand Annual Staff 10 Art Edrtor 11 12 Chorus 10 11 Presldent 12 Who sWho Among Amerrcan Hugh School Students 12 lnter Club 12 BreltHarte lnterclubCouncrl10 11 12 Tennls Club Captaun 10 11 12 Co EdY 10 Secretary and Treasurer 11 12 Beta Club 11 Student Councll Executlve Advrsory Counctl 12 Rhonda Lamar Retrospect Staff 10 Layout Edrtor 11 Co Edrtor 12 Student Councll 11 12 Jr Class V P 11 Prom Commrttee 11 Mnss Forest Park Pageant 10 12 lnter Club 12 Kappa Club 10 Homecomlng Court 12 Klm Rating Treasurer Junlor Class V P Senior Class Beta Club 10 Chaplaln 11 V P 12 National Honor Soctety 11 Secretary 12 FBLA Secretary Prom Commlttee 11 Government Day 10 11 Student Councrl 12 Homecomlng Court 12 Llmverslty ot Ga Certuflcate ofMer1t 11 Honor Roll 10 11 12 Mlss Forest Park Pageant 11 l hope to play football an college and just be more actrve ln school Chuck Bray l have learned a great deal about workrng wlth other people and how to deal with a leadership posltlon Keith Hand 111 1 1 , , 1-111 ' 1 11 111 111 1 1 . 1 1 ' 1 1 11 1 1 1- . . D . v , 1 11 11 1 1 ' - 111 111' 1 11 1 - " 1 1' 1 11- -- 1 1 11 ' 1 , . 1-- 1 1 1-- 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 - 1 111 - , 'vu A lash: Chuck Bray Fran Clark Brett Harte Rhonda Lanler Kim Ftettlg Keith Hand -g Features!295 296!Features awww 911 er '13 .L fgbflcww 's :Auf Tammy Davis Jo Hartsfield Mike Kilgore Lisa Rayner Mike Shikany Wendy Twilley VV' 1 ..'1aieN"'2sf',..,1 f i 4 " 1 Tammy Davis - Drill Team 10 11 12' Student Council 10 Junior Advisory Cabinent 11 Vice President 12' lnterclub Council - President 12. Jo Hartsfield -- Basketball 10 11 12' Baseball 11 12' Football 11 12. Mike Kilgore-Student Council 12 Executive Committee' Band 10 11' Forrester Staff 11' Track 11 12' Beta Club 10 11 12' Key Club 11' inter-Club 12. Lisa Rayner - Drill Team 11 12' Homecoming Court 10 12' Miss Forest Park 12' Forrester Staff 12 Student Council Representative 10 12 Advisory Cabinet 10' National Honor Society 12' Beta Club 10 11 12' Co-Ed Y 10 11 12 Publicity Chairman 10' French Club 11 12' Certificate of Merit 11 Who s Who Among American High School Students 12' LITC 11. Mike Shikany - Beta Club 10, 11, 125 National Honor Society 11, 121 Varsity Soccer 10, 11, 123 Georgia Certificate of Merit 11. Wendy Twilley - Student Council 10, 123 Jr. Class Secretaryg Senior Class Secretaryg Homecom- ing Court 10, 11, Princess 125 FBLA President 12: Drama Club 123 Prom Committee 115 Inter-Club Council 12. l plan to continue working with Student Government all the way through college . . . Tammy Davis. lt is great to know that my classmates picked me as one of the most outstanding students . . . Joe Hartsfield. l feel extra-curricular activities are important to the making ofa good school . , . Mike Kilgore. i fdfglkifdfly if 1 wfzhflfi Y Qt Jean Burris Drill Team 10 Historian 11 Capt 12 Beta Club 10 11 12 6th DistrictVP 10 NHS 12 Spanish Club 10 11 Kappa Club 11 Georgia Certificate ot Merit 11 lnterclub Council 12 Who s Who in Foreign Language 11 Student Council 11 12 Government 10 Mike Morgan Varsity Football 10 11 12 Spanish Club 12 Rohm Roberson Cheerleader 10 11 Capt 12 lnterciub Council 12 Hilton Stallings Beta Club 10 11 12 Football 10 11 12 Algebra llAward 10 Trigonometry Diane Winters Student Council 11 Advisory Cabinet 12 Drill Team 12 Cross Country 11 Forrester Stati Business Manager 11 Co Ed Y 12 Chorus 12 Spanish Club 10 Essay Contest 1st in State 3rd in region 11 Soccer Manager 12 Phillip Wynne -- Student Council 10 Chap. 12' Band 10 11 12- Beta Club 10 11 12' Key Club 11 12' NHS 12' lnterclub Council 12' Algebra ll Student of the Year 10' Who s Who in American High Schools 113 Georgia Certificate ot Merit 11. Being involved in extra-curricular activities has given me valuable experiences in leadership, responsibility, and in getting along with others . .. Diane Winters. l teel activities are important because you have a chance to get involved with the school and try to make it better , . . Robin Roberson. Activities teach you to become a better person and know that you can do more than just what is expected ot you . . . Hilton Stallings. vga!! Jean Burris Mike Morgan Robin Roberson Hilton Stallings Diane Winters Phillip Wynne 4 Features!297 V K X. fb M7750 5 fe awww 's ,an- xii' -c 19 Mm- .sl X ff ' 4"-14 'Nt in 4 Beverly Dial Mike Griffin Kelly Hall Kathy Hargis Ricky Howtngton Darryl Jenkins Amy Jordan Cynthia McElfresh Honor Seniors are nominated by the teach ers After this their grade point average is checked Students with averages of 3 7 or bet ter are then selected as Honor Seniors The inner satisfaction of doing something well and trying to keep away the feelings of guilt for not doing the best l could makes me put forth the extra effort to do well in class . . . Kelly Halt Being selected as an Honor Senior means l have worked hard and my teachers have rec- ognized this . . . Don Auber. I feel that a person can go anywhere in life if he has a good educa- tion Cynthia McElfresh. , s xx .Q . I X fx- 1 l l 1 298! Features 0 swzdfb afzmial CJ, Berng selected as an Honor Senior is a result of hard work and dedication concerning your schoolwork The prlviledge is both an honor to your abil: ties and an opportunity for deserving seniors to gain recognition Mike Grlffen l plan to go to college and become a teacher to help other young people Michael Brannock l feel that a person can go anywhere in lite if he has a good educational background Cynthia McElfresh The teach ers at Forest Park give you the incentive to want to do your best . . . Janelle Butlen Being selected as an Honor Senior means that l have put forth no effort in vain . . . Kathy Hargis. The want of knowledge helps me to put forth that extra effort which is essential in obtaining a thorough education . . . Betsy Whatley. l feel that a good education is not only valuable essential in order to accomplish any goals . . . Terri Tatzel P. , Janelle Butler Lisa Garrett Brett Harte Don Hicks Lisa Rayner Lynn Fihodenizer Elissa Sterrett Deedra Swain lNot Picturedl if Features!299 M4624 Don Auber Teresa Greer Lea Ann Kelley Betsy Whatiey Tammie White Richard Wledenbeck Phillip Wynne i,,i.,,i.lf,'i" 3 41, Z limo l ,f t f-me To me education doesnt stop at high school l plan to attend college after high school but I know that l ll keep learning well after the classes stop Darryl Jenkins l have always had high goals in life These goals can not be completed without a good education A good education is very lmpor tant to me Lea Ann Kelley A good education is valuable for opening many doors in the future A good education also provides a self disciplined mind which needs more of Elissa Starrett Education is the key to success. Through my education, l have received many rewards that will help me through lite. l've learned to value an education and make the most of it , . . Don Hicks. i like to do well because it makes me feel good and putting forth that extra effort is what it takes to do well and feel good . . . Richard Wiedenbeck. Being selected an Honor Senior means that all of the hours of studying for classes has paid oft . .. Brett Harte. 3001 Features 45' 5 M ,,. Q-Q2 rf awww 5 1 Awww ' -rid f, Putting forth an extra effort in class means you work to learn something because you want to Any Jordan Being selected as an Honor Senior is an honor in itself There are no words to describe what it means to me except pride Phrllrp Wynne I plan to be a Ramblin Fteck from Georgia Tech to further my education Rickey Howlngton As an Honor Senior I intend to further my education by attending college and going on to a that all the work I have put into my studies has paid off Mark Herndon I put forth that extra effort in lcass class because I love to be satisfied with the work I do Lynn Rhodenizer I put forth that extra effort in class because I am a perfectionist Teresa Greer A good education is valu able to anyone because wrthout it a person doesn t have a fair chance in succeeding in his future Mike Shrkany skilled profession . . . Beverly Dial. Being selected an Honor Senior means Michele Brannock Fran Clark Mark Herndon Sandra Palmer Kim Fiettig Mike Shikany Terri Tatzel Features!301 3021 Features Suzanne Ford - Vice President ol State YMCA Farrar Wood - President of NW District Mike Griffin and Fran Clark - Co-presidents ot Georgia Associ- ation of Student Councils u Al The purpose ot the V.l.P. page is to recog- nize the outstanding club and organization members who hold district, state, or national offices. It also recognizes the star student at Forest Park Senior High, and awards won by organizations. The Junior-Varsity cheerleaders, not pic- tured, were awarded the Flight Award while at cheerleading camp during the summer. QT,-M Paula White - Kappa Club District Corre- g sponding Secretary g - ,,1-,1:,, , ., -r NMWMW .,.. , 'K gf 1979 Retrospect won tst place in layout design at camp ROTC Awards: Judy Stein - Daughters ot American Revolution, Luis Monroy - National Sojourners, Charles Walden - American Legion Award for Military Excellence, Larry Allen - Reserve officer Assoc. Award, Glenn Campbell - American Legion Award for Scholastic Excellence, Cynthia McElfresh - Air Force Assoc. Medal, Syconda Lynch - Military Order of World Wards, Perry Bennett - The National Sons of the American Revolution Award, David Griffin - Retired Officers Assoc. Medal inot picturedl Don Allen - Lt. Governor of Division 17 of Georgia District Key l Bruce Hughey - Star Student C ub 'KI Varsity Cheerleaders won the Golden Eagle Regional Award and the Outstanding Squad Award Q Features!303 fi m ni ,Q 0-em:-r' if ,N 4 ..-1 ,br f P A ff 5 l As the year draws to an end, each day at Forest Park is different in many ways. The Seniors have "Done lt Their Way," but their future is just begin- ning. The Sophomores and Juniors return next year to complete the High School years. Many times we lose track of recent happenings so we all need to stop and Take a Closer Look. When we slow down it be- Same Ole Story is the Stor That Goes on Etc. comes visible that' "The .554 .sm ',,- 2 , f N I .f9"""'1Qx venty Or- MW- "m..,, wvwwh 30G!Epilogue WAY 3 qs- Q 1' S 5 ' , I-xx 2....., i k " . -41' 446 LWV ff? IW ff 308!Epulogue f VAE 1 L H SCG S92 ,QU l!"Fh!l I Zum wa-BJL - Q, Q ,Q Qi WhatMideastTriumph W-5 rj , if " , V 59 H : A wa A at ,,, W M f L , K V' . I nj, I , W, VV .1, 5 A- Does for Carter XX am 5 fi 4, .Q f f ,, A f -. k g ' 9' .u.' X- ".,. fx- Have you missed any current events this year? Do you know what is going on? Take a closer look and you will be more informed. My favorite movie of 1978 was The Wild Flocky I-lorror Picture Show Mike Durham. My favorite albums of 1978 were REO Speedwagon Live and Styx Pieces Of Eight . . . Mike Mucciflo. I think the Guyana massacre was sickening . . . Teresa Greer. I enjoyed Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. It was criticized a lot, but to me it offered what I want from a movie: entertainment . . . Carla Stevens. I think the massacre is something that we will all remember for a long time . . . Anonymous. My thoughts on the massacre in Guyana is "I-low could those people be taken in by such a messed up person?" , ., Bonnie Adams. I think the event in Guyana was a great shock to the world, especially to the Americans who had relatives over there . . . Sharon Peace. '1' 'WWWWQ9 twgcmkf. -Gaia -:'.3'I'I'?iE?:5-:-'-, .- 1 5:5 X A . 4- 1. . H Z.. ,.., . tif 5 a , 33 5153539 Q 2 ni an f ,Q f Swv' ' Eggfan We mn A A , mfquwclwlllsmxx ' 533' MMYWS5? 1 bp 14? N r A. ' .2A:3 '- X1 0' ' W , .. . r. f L 1... . My f ,gs res Qi? ww Y ww 1 r nniu MEM . 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In the next few years I look forward to attending the University of Georgia, studying a little and having a lot of fun , . . Christie Oliver. When I graduate I will do whatever God wants me to clo . . . Elissa Sterrett. The biggest change l've noticed while at FPSI-I is the way you register for the next quarter. l've registered nine different ways in three years . . . David Strawn. One of the biggest changes l've noticed while at FPSH is Mr. Austin's hair . . . Kenny Hoke. In the next few years l'm looking forward to being a millionairess twith a little lucky Theresa Greer. My WM? Wk? S f f "" ...W J


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