Gadsden High School - Crucible Yearbook (Gadsden, AL)
- Class of 1980
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Text from Pages 1 - 316 of the 1980 volume:
Eight Years At
Gadsden's first public high school building
was completed in January, 1902 at a cost of fif-
teen thousand dollars for building and equip-
ing the structure. The building was designed to
have four classrooms on the first floor and an
auditorium seating six hundred on the second
floor. Since the Honorable John H. Disque was
President of the Board of Educationg the new
school was named in his honorg Disque High
School. When the new high school was built in
1923, it was renamed Gadsden High School.
The first high school graduation was held in
Gadsden in May, 1899 with a total of ten gradu-
Gadsden High School
Nho are the graduates of Gadsden High School? They are among the many citizens of our town who make it a won-
rful place in which to be born, to grow, to go to school, to live and to dream. They include graduates like Mrs. Annie E.
:en Faucett, Class of 1903 fopposite pagej Donna Runyan, Gloria McPeters, and Laura Norton, Class of 1980, ABOVE
FT: Father, James Edward Semrick, Class of 1954, Grandmother Elizabeth Simmons Semrick, Class of 1933 and
ughter, Mary Semrick Class of 1980. ABOVE RIGHT: Grandmother Martha Griffin Killian, Class of 1938, Mother Jane
Iian Godfrey, Class of 1958 and Daughter Kelly Godfrey, Class of 1980. These six people represent many families
ere at least three generations are graduates of Gadsden High School.
The building of traditions and memories are important in the process of education and reflect the proud heritage of the
Once upon a time there was a
small city established on the banks
ofthe beautiful Coosa River in North
Alabama. This young city nestled in
one of several lovely valleys sur-
rounded bythe foothills of the Appa-
lachian Mountains. Along with the
entire country, Gadsden endured
and survived the tragic Civil War and
the turbulent reconstruction years.
In 1875, Gadsden citizens were
most fortunate to have a young man
of wisdom and greatness living in
their midst. John H. Disque was
elected Mayor by Gadsden at the
age of twenty-seven. He was con-
vinced that a stable government was
dependent upon an educated and
enlightened citizenry. Through his
efforts, along with the encourage-
ment and help of several wise and
able citizens, the public school sys-
tem of Gadsden, Alabama was
ln 1877, township trustees, W.T.
Ewing, A.L. Woodlif, and Joseph
Bevans, decided to utilize S300 of
available public funds to operate a
free public school for 5 months.
Opposition to a public school, free
to all, arose from people who were
severely handicapped by a limited
vision and lack of love for their fel-
low man. The trustees issued the
following public statement in
defense of public schools.
"Public schools are beneficial to
all classes alike, both rich and poor
get an education they would not get
without a public school, the rich also
get the same. Then we maintain this
is the surest way to protection of life,
liberty and property, that in obtain-
ing an elementary education all dis-
tinction and rank have been
ignored. The rich and poor have
been associated and naturally have
the same troubles and crosses, the
same joys and pleasures, animosi-
ties and friendships, and many times
ties are formed which will bind them
First Public School- established 1889.
together in after years. It naturally
obliterates ranks and distinctions on
account of property, unites society,
guards against communism, sharp-
ens the wits of one class and ele-
vates the character of the other.
Then of course the town that main-
tains a good school always grows
and prospers, holds all of her own
citizens, and draws more. It eviden-
ces enterprise and benevolence,
which is rewarded by intelligence,
prosperity, and happiness."
In 1880, the state per capita
appropriation was only one dollar
and twenty two cents per child of
school census age. Inadequate
finances caused a decline in the
public school system. Mayor John
H. Disque was elected mayor for a
second term in 1887. He felt that a
free public school system could be
accomplished through local control
and taxes. Through his efforts,
Gadsden was created as a separate
school district in 1889. Thus, Gads-
den was one of the first public
school systems in the state. At tt
time, the first public school buildii
was re-purchased from J.W. Dubol
who had used it as a private schol
J.H. Disque was named the fir
President of Board of Education
There were very few public hig
schools in the state in 1900. Hoi
ever, the first high school gradu
tion was held in Gadsden in 18!
with 6 graduates.
ln 1901, Disque High School wa
Gadsden continued to grow a
her school system became one
the finest in the state.
In 1930, Gadsden High Schof
was built at the present site.
ln the eighty years that Gadsde
High School has been an integr
part of the city, she has surviv
financial woes, wars, depressioj
and fire. Over 13,000 citizens hat
graduated and have taken the
places as leaders of the city, stat-
national and international comm:
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Schools and cities reflect the pride that is shown in
them by their citizens. Capable and concerned leaders
make the difference between mediocrity and greatness.
The people of Gadsden have never been willing to settle
for less than the best. The struggle for free public educa-
tion for all has been the dream of these and hundreds of
other outstanding citizens. Gadsden, Alabama has been
called "The City of Champions." No better title than
"champions" can be given to the founders and leaders of
Gadsden Public Schools for the past eighty years.
Clyde Augustus Donehoo - Supt. of Gadsden City schools. 1922-19
John Harold Disque - Chairman of the Board of Education.
Steve Means - Mayor of Gadsden. 1974-
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Editorial Staff- 1914
Florence Simpson .............4... Editor in Chief
Hazel Swanson ......... . . .Assistant Editor in Chief
Russell Reed ............... ............ B usiness Manager
Rosemary Stevenson ..... ...............,.......... A rtist
Helen Swanson ............ .............. A rtist
Elliot Stewart .................. ...................
Florence Hollingsworth ...... ........... A ssociate Editor
Eustis Stewart ........... . . . ....,.. Associate Editor
Solomon Nadler ........ ............ A ssociate Editor
Lea Weller ......... ........... A ssociate Editor
Joe Hammond .... ......... A ssociate Editor
Iva Duke .... .... A ssociate Editor
W Editorial Staff - 1980
Gloria McPeters . . . .................... Editor in Chief
Doris Smith ......... . . . Faculty Advisor
Laura Norton ......... ..... A ssistant Editor
Beverly Bugg .... ..... A dvertising Editor
k Garner ........ ............... S ports Editor
Donna Runyan ....... ............ S enior Editor
Elisa Dyke .......... ......... A rtist-Junior Editor
Traci Edwards ..... ......... S ophomore Editor
Kim Gillmann . . . .... Artist-Photographer
You never forget. . .the crisp October air: the hours
and hours you spent with your friends and classmates
building the most fantastic float ever, the soreness of
your hands from stuffing hundreds of crepe-paper
squares into the chicken-wire tiger: the marvelous
spectacle of the gigantic bon-fire: the pride you felt
when your class float was voted best in the parade: the
huge golden mum that you wore to the game: the feel-
ing of suspense when your team received the opening
kick-off, the beautiful ceremony when the Homecom-
ing Queen and her court were presented: and the sud-
den constriction in your throat when the band played
The Alma Mater. This is Homecoming: Gadsden High
ABOVE LEFT: Class officers - 1954. ABOVE RIGHT: Homecoming
Queen - 1954, Betty Dickson Watford. RIGHT: Homecoming Queen
- 1979, Karen Watford.
Through the Years
Senior float - 1979
Orange and Black, our dear old colors,
Faithful we will be.
Living to our motto ever.
To do our part for thee.
Ever loyal, firm and true,
Ever on we'll go.
Year by year the ages through,
Because we love you so.
On our city's western border,
Reared against the sky.
proudly stands our Alma Mater,
As the years go by.
Ever loyal, firm and true,
Ever on we'll go.
Year by year the ages through,
Because we love you so.
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Course of Study
Sch uyler's Complete Algebra
Harkness Latin Textbooks
Wood's American Botanist 81
Bryant 81 Stratton's
Hart's American Literature
Andrew's Manuel of the
Biology Class - 1949
Business Class- 1950
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Course of Study
World Literature, English Literature,
1 American Literature
English Grammar and Composition
Speech and Debate
Foreign Language Department:
Spanish, French, and Russian
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World History, American History, Alabama
Democracy and Economics
General Math, Business Math, Algebra,
Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre Calculus
General Science, Life Science, Biology,
Botany, Zoology, Anatomy, Physiology
Genetics and Reproduction, Chemistry,
General Business, Typing, Shorthand,
Accounting, Clerical Record Keeping,
Distributive Education, Diversified
Home Economics Department:
Foods, Clothing, Child Development,
Triads 8t Velvetones Choral Groups
Physical Education Department
LEFT: Senior Economics Class -
1980. MIDDLE LEFT: Junior English
Grammar Class -1980. BOTTOM
LEFT: Freshman English Class -
Gadsden High School Triads - 1980 - led by Mr. Gene Barnes. Gadsden High School Band -1980 - directed by Mr. Curtis
Gadsden High School Glee Club - 1923.
isque High School Band - 1922. ABOVE: Gadsden High School Velvetones - 1980
by Mr. Gene Barnes.
Realizing that school would be dreary
and education would be incomplete with-
out the sound of music and voices lifted
in song, the students of Gadsden High
School have always participated in a
superior music program. Year after year
the band has received superior music rat-
ings. The sound of "Tiger Rag" has
aroused school spirit for generations.
The first boys' and girls' glee clubs have
matured into the matchless and well
known Triads and Velvetones. Programs
presented by these groups are sought
ABOVE: 1923 football team. RIGHT: Chris Johnson, 1980 Basketball star. BELOW: Tennis Team 1980.
Gadsden High School has
always been known for its
innovative program in sports
as well as academics. In past
years only the students with
superior athletic ability were
chosen to participate in the
sports program of our schools.
Realizing the character build-
ing aspects and the invaluable
lessons learned by students
involved: Gadsden now offers
a complete sports program.
Hundreds of boys and girls are
now able to choose one or
more of the following sports,
Football, Basketball, Baseball,
Volleyball, Tennis, Golf, Track,
a of Life at G.H.S
LEFT: Girls' Basketball team -
1926. BELOW LEFT: Gadsden High
football players - 1980. BELOW
RIGHT: Volleyball team - 1980.
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A superior academic program and the quality
of its students have placed alumni of Gadsden
High School in places of honor and leadership all
over the world. Consistently, year after year,
scholarships are awarded to, and important posi-
tions are filled by students and former students of
Gadsden High School is and always has been
living proof that the dream of the founders of our
system is a reality. They believed that a free pub-
lic education for all would produce a land of
plenty and the incentive to strive for justice and
equality for mankind.
ABOVE RIGHT: Smartest pupil - listed in 1923 Crucible.
RIGHT: Senior A Honor Floll fFirst rowj, Randy Freeman, Tim
Nolen, Amy Lummisg fSecond rowj, Susan Lytle, Allison Chan-
dler, Anita McCarver, Mary Semrickg 1Third rowj, Jeff Howard,
and Chipper Griffith.
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A Honor Roll students - LEFT: Juniorsg Cathy Semrick, Leigh
Cochran, and Molly Pruitt. ABOVE: Sophomoresg Lynn Green,
Sarah Pruitt, Connie Cushing, Morgan Holly, and John Hicks.
BELOW LEFT: Freshmen, Matt Gsellman, Kathy McNabb,
Velisa Fells, Mark Guest, Randa Smith, Traci Tucker, and Jeff
A Honor Roll students not shown:
Amanda Tucker - Senior
Jenny Neu - Junior
Lisa Hill - Junior
Connie Cushing - Sophomore
Shawn Gsellman - Sophomore
Michelle Pruitt - Sophomore
Johnny Day - Freshman
As the 1979-80 school year opened, it prom-
ised to be a banner year. The students were filled
with school spirit, the teachers and administra-
tors were enthusiastic and the G.H.S. tiger wel-
comed old and new fr
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S.C.A. of 79-80 predicts the best year ever.
ABOVE: Kay Lambert and Cheryl Sington welcome Margaret Wetzel to her firsl
day at G.H.S. LEFT: Renita Ervin, Gina Warren and Valerie Warren cannot wait for
the school doors to open.
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VE: Students seem hesitant to walk in the front doors. BELOW: Stu-
s discuss their summer.
ABOVE: Lisa Morris and Susan Lytle try to figure out their schedule.
ABOVE: Mrs. Smith welcomes Kelly Godfrey back. BELOW: Toni Ballard
comes to school prepared.
Gpening Da - Routine Chaos
ABOVE: Randy Freeman welcomes the student body back to school.
RIGHT: Nick Hall looks over his new schedule. BELOW: Mr. Miller
serves as a guide to the students. MIDDLE RIGHT: Lionel Whorton and
Brad Hester discuss upcoming year. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mr. Presley gives
directions to students.
TOP LEFT: Todd O'Bryant listens to Melvin Guyton as he explains the
rotating schedule. TOP RIGHT: Mrs. Barnes gives students their new
schedules. LEFT: Things seem to be getting back to normal at G.H.S.
ABOVE: Tim Roe talks to Mr. Miller about getting his schedule changed.
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The Football team enters the stadium for the first pep rally Sophomore spirit is high at morning pep rally
ABOVE: Amy Evans and Lynn Green cheer for the Tiger team.
RIGHT: Robyn Bobo, Gail Hooks and Myra Mayes show their Tiger
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amey Mann, Gary Menninger, Dale Robertson, and Jay Smith meditate on the game to come. Coach Martin talks to the student body.
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ples encourage student body support.
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TOP LEFT: Did Julie Farrow forget to change this morn-
ing? TOP FIIGHT: Will the real Mr. Brown please come for-
ward? ABOVE: A pensive moment for Lisa Leslie. MIDDLE
RIGHT: Adolph Hitler, the Cone Heads, the wicked witch, a
Martian, and a busy little bee invade Gadsden High on
dressup day. RIGHT: Dress up day improved G.H.S. spirit.
All work and no play make
G.H.S. students dull boys and
girls. Cold wintry days are
made brighter by special days
such as 50-60 days, cowboy
and Indian day and Halloween
celebration. LEFT: Gretel Hol-
comb, Keith Brooks, Linda
Vreatt, Lori Goss, and Polly
Holcomb call off the Cowboy
and Indian War. BELOW LEFT:
G.H.S. students recall nostal-
gic days of 1950's. BELOW
RIGHT: Donald C Matt Dillonj
LEFT: Michael Bostick, Mary Smedley, Pam Wright, Tyrus
Foster, and lphadella English enjoy by-gone days. ABOVE:
Brian McKearin, Vicki Jones and Tommy Denson declare
"Happy Days are here again."
ABOVE: Winning Homeroom! fLeft to rightj, Kneeling: Pam Jackson, Susan Henslee, Laurie
Frantz, Gretel Holcomb, Carla Gray, Connie Knight, Paula Jackson, Gail Hooks, Kelly Godfrey,
Janine Hagerman, Mrs. Donald, Brian Garner, Reginald Brunson, Lee Dye, and Chipper Griffith.
RIGHT: Drew Campbell.
Although many students worked diligently, the Senior Class failed to reach
their goal of S15,000. Mrs. Donald's homeroom was number one in magazine
sales. They were rewarded with a pizza party in the lunchroom compliments of
Sunland Magazine Company. Drew Campbell was top salesman, selling over
S500 worth of magazines. His efforts earned him a nice cash prize plus a tape
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ABOVE LEFT: Anita McCarver and CABOVE
RIGHTJ Susan Lytle - second place winners of
magazine sale. LEFT: Laurie Frantz is the proud
owner of a Gadsden Tiger given as a prize for
'ililverybod Loves a Parade"
The day of the Homecoming Parade is
the time of year when G.H.S. students dis-
play their pride and school spirit to the
city of Gadsden. A week of preparation
and hard work is culminated in a colorful
TOP RIGHT: G.H.S. Football players show who is xr
1. LEFT: Denise Stimpson and Lisa Tullis play their
hearts out during the parade. MIDDLE RIGHT: Kathy
Wester, Julie Farrow and Randy Freeman flash a
smile to the crowds. RIGHT: Beta Psi Epsilon cheer
on the parade.
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Beauties: Mike Hopper, David Parsons, and Jamie
Mann? MIDDLE LEFT: Tiger Band marches to the
beat of the drums. BOTTOM LEFT: Red Cross par-
ticipates in the parade. BOTTOM RIGHT: it 1 in
Myrtle Knight 8. Daphne Meadows
Senior Maids: Daphne Meadows escorted by Dwight Sumpterg Queen Karen
escorted by Randy Freemang Karen McNabb escorted by Mike Hopper.
Jean Marie Brown 8. Cindy Wain
Junior Maids: Polly Holcomb escorted by Chuck Hughelyg Jean Marie Brown
Keith Kulasp Jackie Turner escorted by Byran Saddier.
more Maids: Cindy Wain escorted by Brian Garnerg Myrtle Knight escorted by Ken- Melissa Dawson 81 Laura Gilmore.
Dupreeg Laura Gilmore escorted by Jon Williams.
Jackie Turner8t Cathy Hightower Freshman Maids: Kathy McNabb escorted by Tim Burgessg Cathy Hightower escorted by
Stefon Fordg Melissa Dawson escorted by David Parsons.
Karen 8. Kathy McNabb Polly Holcomb
Tigers - Real and Unreal
ABOVE: Senior Tiger annihilates the enemy. RIGHT:
ABOVE: Junior float takes the prize! RIGHT: SCA Vice-President, Ralph
Dobbins, presents first place trophy to Junior class President, Chuck
Hughely, for the best float.
ABOVE: Gadsden Tiger reigns over Dega. LEFT:
Sophomores show who's King of the Tigers. MID-
DLE LEFT: The Gadsden Tigers quillotine the Dega
FAR LEFT: Rob McKenzie shows his spirit as a
proud tiger mascot! LEFT: The Rifles enjoy the
homecoming parade. ABOVE: Cheerleaders start
the parade with a lot of spirit.
Karen Watford - 1979 Homecoming
Escorts - Scott Watford and Randy Freeman, SCA President
ln 1954, lovely Betty Dickson was crowned Homecom-
ing Queen of Gadsden High School. She felt that this was
Iife's proudest moment. Twenty-five years later, as a radi-
ant mother, she realized an even sweeter one as she
crowned daughter, Karen Watford, Gadsden High School
Homecoming Queen of 1979.
TOP: Karen shows her happiness as she rides through the parade. MID-
DLE LEFT: Karen is escorted by her brother, Scott Watford, ABOVE:
Karen Watford is crowned Homecoming Queen by her mother: the 1954
Homecoming Queen of G.H.S. LEFT: Karen stands with family, Scott,
Mrs. Betty Watford, and Mr. Troy Watford.
Christmas 1979 i
Christmas vacation is anticipated by both
teachers and students. Each year the S.C.A. of
Gadsden High School heralds the holiday season
with a beautiful, unforgettable Christmas Ball. It
seems that each succeeding group of officers
outdoes the last ones in providing the setting,
music and atmosphere to provide lovely memo-
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TOP RIGHT: Visions-Track 4 pleased the TIGERS with their
performance. ABOVE: Chipper Griffith and his date seem to
be enjoying themselves. MIDDLE RIGHT: Wes Gwin, Susan
Henslee, Joy Myracle and their dates take time out to talk.
RIGHT: Sherri Jackson, Janet Byers, and Daphne Meadows
absorb the music.
TOP LEFT: David Rary, Susan Denson and Donna
Dean decide to have a conversation on the dance
floor. TOP RIGHT: Rachael Underwood and her
date dance to the beat of the music. MIDDLE LEFT:
A quiet moment with quiet music. LEFT: Liz Piliitary,
Connie Curl, Angela McKenzie and their dates seem
to like just listening. ABOVE: Linda Miller, Vanessa
Ziegler - Decisions, Decisions!
S Amy Lummis escorted by Lance Richard.
Paige Dawson escorted by Tyson Roe. Patty McNulty escorted by Drew Campbell
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The Valentine Dance is sponsored by the Key
Club each year to present the sweethearts of the
Club. A beautiful leadout makes each sweetheart
feel that she is indeed a very special person.
TOP LEFT: Donna Runyan and Jeff Williams are getting along?
TOP RIGHT: Drew Campbell and Patty McNulty dance the night
away. ABOVE: Mary Faye Bowman and Lance Richard pause for
a pose. MIDDLE RIGHT: Curly, Larry, and Moeg alias Sam
Weaver, David Wright and Jud Dawson. RIGHT: Terry Tolson, Ali-
cia Bullock, Margaret Wetzel and Mitch Moore sit this one out.
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TOP LEFT: Students seem to be enjoying the Valentine dance. TOP RIGHT: Tracy Edwards and Mike Argo dance
to the beat. MIDDLE LEFT: Students enjoy the band. MIDDLE RIGHT: Greg Campbell and Billy Dowling seem to be
having a good time on their first date. LEFT: Karen Crook and Henry Dupree do the bump. ABOVE MIDDLE: Stu-
dents smile for the camera, ABOVE RIGHT: Mark Cook teaches Westminister how to dance.
Beverly Bugg escorted by Jud Dawson.
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The beauty and pageantry of the Coronation Ball
seem to just happen. The royalty of the Coronation
Court is enhanced in the Ieadout by the elaborate
and beautiful stage, lighting and decorations of the
The CRUCIBLE Staff spends hundreds of hours
planning, raising money, designing and making invi-
tations and decorations. Elections of class favorites
must be planned and held. Ballots are carefully
counted. The selection of class beauties is deter-
mined by popular vote and kept a closely guarded
Interviews with panels of competent judges are
arranged and held so the best possible choices can
be made in choosing the King and Queen of Gads-
den High School. The identity of the Royal Court is
not revealed until the night of the Ball. The hard
work, the lovely setting, the elections and the sus-
pence, all add up to make the Coronation Ball the
most memorable night of the year.
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Royal Court? ABOVE RIGHT: Kingsman Tyson Roe is delighted
as King Lance crowns Amy Lumrnis Queen. FAR LEFT: Sudden
royalty is sometimes to much to bear. LEFT: The crown weights
heavily as the King escorts a tearful Queen. BELOW: King Lance
and Queen Amy officially open the Coronation Ball with the lead-
Senior Connie Knight was named Alternate Queen and Senior Beauty.
Senior Beauty Kelly Godfrey accepts her rose from M. C. Kirk Garner. Senior Beauty Paige Dawson smiles happily as she receives her rose.
Favorite Vanessa Zeigler escorted by Kingsman Kenneth Dupree.
Favorite Ellen Upton escorted by Kingsman Greg Lummis. Favorite Sherry Moon escorted by Kingsman Jon Williams.
Favorite Julie Wolfe escorted by Kingsman David Fiary.
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Tyson Roe, Beauty Kelly Godfrey and Kingsman Billy Dowling, Queen Amy Lu
King Lance Richard, Alternate Queen fBeautyJ Connie Knight and Kingsman Alvin
Beauty Paige Dawson and Kingsman Chipper Griffith, Favorite Vanessa Croft, and
man Randy Freeman.
Beauty Angela McKenzie and Kingsman Mark Cook, Favorite Susan Denson and Kingsm
Jamie Mann, Favorite Kay Lambert and Kingsman David Parsons, Favorite Dana Johns
and Kingsman Mike Hopper, Favorite Janice Johnson.
mrite Linda Abel and Kingsman Jud Dawson, Favorite Julie Wolfe and Kingsman David
i, Favorite Helantha Jones and Kingsman Cicero Curry, Favorite Sherry Moon and
lsman Jon Williams, Beauty Ellen Upton and Kingsman Greg Lummis, Favorite Vanessa
ller and Kingsman Kenneth Dupree.
rite Alicia Bullock and Kingsman Terry Tolson, Beauty Marva Morgan and Kingsrnan
'Adams, Favorite Stacy Culp and Kingsman Mark Hopper.
Favorite Kay Lambert escorted by Kingsman David Parsons
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Favorite Dana Johnson escorted by Kingsman Mike Hopper.
Favorite Susan Denson escorted by Kingsman Jamie Mann. Favorite Sheila Hill escorted by Kingsman Oliver Lindsey.
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ABOVE: G.H.S. students in various poses for the photogra-
pher. BELOW LEFT: G.H.S. Students enjoy quiet music.
BELOW RIGHT: Roy Weaver is kept in line by Momma Perry-
TOP LEFT: Moments before the leadout, ABOVE: Southern
it gentleman, Donald Core enjoys the music. LEFT: The Cor-
onation Coun enjoys the leadout dance. BELOW LEFT:
GHS students dance to the beat of Daybreak. BELOW:
Seniors wait patiently for the photographer.
The woman is requested to pay!
One week of each school year
G.H.S. Student Council attempts to
give the guys a break. The Council
decrees that the females must
arrange all dates and pay for same.
Old traditions are hard to break and
the law is broken by both guys and
girls. At the end of the week, justice
prevails and impartial punishment is
administered to all lawbreakers.
TOP LEFT: The jury decides their verdict.
MIDDLE LEFT: Billy Dowling and Gary Menni-
ger give Leslie Steffey an egg shampoo. MID-
DLE RIGHT: William Watts and Kathy High-
tower have a toilet paper rolling contest.
BOTTOM LEFT: Jon Williams gives Laura Gil-
more a little splash. BOTTOM MIDDLE:
Rachel Cox attempts to remove the egg from
her face. RIGHT: Betsy Ftutenburg takes a
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TOP LEFT: Derick Ash and Gary Menniger escort Alvin Walker to court. TOP RIGHT:
Polly Holcomb and Chuck Hugley practice table manners. MIDDLE LEFT: Gary Men-
niger shows Tina Sims to her seat. BELOW CENTER: Mary Semrick thinks cold show-
ers are so refreshing. MIDDLE RIGHT: Laura Norton and Margaret Taylor await exec
ution. BOTTOM LEFT: Jurors Julie Farrow and Patty McNulty solemnly watch as sen
lences are given out to lawbreakers.
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ne year study in England awarded by the English
peaking Union of U.S. in 1979.
Chipper Griffith - National Merit Scholarship finalist of 1980.
VALEDICTORIAN AWARD: Mary Semrick SALUTATORIAN AWARD: Chipper Griffith
OUTSTANDING SERVICE TO SCHOOL PRINCIPAL'SAWARD:RandyFreeman OUTSTANDING SERVICE TO
AWARD: Connie Knight AWARD: Noressa Johnson
Ser ice Awards
.BOVE: The Seniors present Mr. Miller with the backdrop from stunt
Coach Martin presents Mrs. Berry with an award for all her
ABOVE: The Junior Class present Mrs. Skipper and Miss Lowery with an
Outstanding sponsor award.
ABOVE: Rodney Gibbs - Library Award.
1st PLACE WINNER IN SECOND YEAR OF
TYPING: Brenda Moses
FBLA AWARD: Julie Farrow.
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SHORTHAND AWARDS: Cindy Campbell, Julie Wolfe, Deena Sheffield, Michelle Pruett,
Gray, Helantha Jones, Meche Nelms, Daphney Brown, Teresa Hawkins, Tracy Henry,
FBLA TYPETHON AWARDS: George Holley, Morgan Holley, Carla Gray, Cathleen Stevens,
Weaver, Linda Lindsey, Julie Farrow.
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TYPING AWARD: Traci Hilleke. 1stYEAR TYPING AWARD: Stacy K .
CHEMISTRY AND SCIENCE AWARDS: David
Harlow, Mary Semrick.
BELOW: RUSSIAN AWARDS: Molley Prueti,
Mary .Sgrrllriclg Nxanqy Rfopersfonr, Cathy Sem-
MOST VALUABLE TRACK MEMBER: James
MOST VALUABLE TRACK MEMBER: Janice John-
WRESTLING AWARD: Eddie Wilson, Vic Worley, Robbie Driskell, Mark Guest, Matt
man, Jeff Chandler, Phillip Warren, Barry Warren, Oliver Thompson, Johnny Kell, T i
Meager, Carl Owens.
BOYS' TRACK AWARD: Terry Buchanan, Milton Lewis, Greg Peoples, John
Mitchell, John Hoyt, Anthony Davis, Derick Ash, Lyonell Whorton, Oliver Thompson,
Vaughn, Darryl Mostella.
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GIRLS' TRACK TEAM: Kathy Burnett, Lori Hooks, Donna Newsome, Angela McKenzie, V-
erie Leigh, Regina Fikes, Pam Jackson, Arellia Page, Benita Davis, Sonya Warren, Jan
Johnson, Patricia Davis, Saretha Owens, Jeeni Miller, Josephine Moore, Suzannah Ar
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER IN BASKETBALL: Polly
ABOVE: BASKETBALL AWARD: Kathy Lindsey.
MOST VALUABLE TENNIS PLAYER: Scott Grutch-
MOST VALUABLE SWIM TEAM AWARD: Dede Toncre.
SUBSTITUTE CHEERLEADER AWARDS: Gretal Holcomb,
Susan Denson, Renita Prater.
BASEBALL LETTERMAN AWARDS: Zane Allsup, Chipper Griffith, Nick Hall, Brian Garner,
Argo, Tim Burgess, Scott Naylor, Russel Wise, Jamey Mann, Mike Hopper, Mark Hopper,'
SWIM TEAM AWARDS: Susan Denson, Lance Richard, Bart Bailey, Trey Butler, Kathy Burnet
cia Bullock, Craig Dickson, Phillip Ivey, Angela McKenzie, Greg Lummis, Elizabeth Pillitary,
Palmer, Jimmy Hill, Scott Skipper, Vicki Jones, Rob McKenzie, Kim Thomas, Stacy Snyder
phanie Toncre, Dede Toncre.
JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADER AWARDS: Ellen Upton, Alicia Bullock, Kathy McNabb, Rl-
Prater, Cindy Wain, Marva Morgan, Laura Gilmore.
E: VOLLEYBALL AWARDS: Shella Hill, Tanya Jenkins, Pam Butler, Karlene Kennon, Kim
rs, Janice Johnson. RIGHT: MOST VALUABLE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Derick Ash.
FOOTBALL CAPTAIN AWARDS: Zane Allsup,
BASEBALL AWARDS: Chipper Griffith, Brian Garner
Gloria McPeters - CRUCIBLE Editor Award, Mrs. Smith - CRUCIBLE Scott Gfutchfield - Most Valuable Magnavox Staff Member
Advisor, Traci Edwards - Most Valuable CRUCIBLE Staff Member Myst Donald-Magnavox Advisgr,
Magnavox Staff honors Mrs. Donald. Roy Weaver - Outstanding Service Award. Gary Menninger - Top Ad Salesman
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TOP LEFT: Sally McCoy. TOP RIGHT: Custodians: Mr. Eck,
Mr. Snell, Charity Harrison, Mr. Keener, Russell Morphis.
ABOVE: Mrs. Berry, Mrs. Nora Lee. RIGHT: Mrs. Smith,
Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. Henry, Mrs. Baswell, Mrs. Talley, Mrs.
Lee, Mrs. Chappell, Russell Morphis, Mrs. Berry - Lunch-
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cson, 4th place - Carol Brackett, 5th place - Ralph Dobbins ACTRESS AWARD - Leigh
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SCHOOL ART EXHIBIT - Linda Vreatt. HON-
ORABLE MENTION AWARD: Lisa Hill. TOP
RIGHT: 1st place - CITY WIDE TALENT
SHOW, Linda Grice. ABOVE: PHOTOGRA-
PHY AWARD - Scott Grutchfield.
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all fields, whether it is competing against area
schools for academic excellence, gaining rec-
ognition for services at State Key Club Con-
vention, or being selected as examples of
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Mary Semrick, Allison Chandler.
LEFT: MATH EXAM WINNERS - Chipper Grrifth, Lynn Green and Jeff Erwin.
SCHOOL CITIZENSHIP AWARD: Rodney Gibbs, David Clark, Christy Strawn,
Dean, Marvin Sims, Scott Crutchfield.
BOTTOM LEFT: KEY CLUB AWARDS - Lance Richard, Tim Nolen. BOTTOM MIDE
D.A.R. GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD AND EXCHANGE CLUB YOUTH OF THE YEA
Randy Freeman, BELOW RIGHT: KEY CLUB TRUSTEE - Jeff Howard.
IBOVE: COSTA RICA WINNERS - Saundra Gadson, Allison
BOVE: CITY MATH WINNERS: Johnny Day, Tracy Miller, Sara
ruett. MIDDLE RIGHT: SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS: Cathy Sem-
ck, Lisa Taylor, Ellen Upton, Leigh Cochran, Connie Curl, Alli-
Jn Chandler, Dede Toncre, David Riley, Janice George. RIGHT:
RAFFIC SAFETY AWARD - Noressa Johnson. FAR RIGHT:
OOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD - Cathy Semrick.
ABOVE: NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP AWARD: Tim Nolen, Chipper Grif-
ational Honor Sooiet Induotions
The National Honor Society mem-
bership has grown at a remarkable
pace as the member chapters now
number more than 20,000. Primary rea-
son for this growth is that membership
in the Society is meaningful. Member-
ship is a strong reference to a stu-
dent's character and provides an
impetus for consistant academic
achievement and service to the school.
The Society embraces high stand-
ards of scholarship, service, leader-
ship and character which are bound in
a moral and ethical framework. A spe-
cial benefit of membership is eligibility
for the scholarship awards adminis-
tered each year by the Society's spon-
sor, the National Association of Sec-
ondary School Principals.
lnduction ceremonies were held Fri-
day April 4, 1980. Twenty seven new
members were inducted bringing
membership total to forty five.
ABOVE: Jeff Howard lights the candle of SERV-
ICE. RIGHT: Amanda Tucker, Patty McNulty,
Chuck Hughely and Polly Holcomb enjoy the
reception that followed the tappings. BELOW:
Amy Lummis announces her inductee. FAR
RIGHT: Tim Nolen taps Chris Deavor.
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Beta Club Chartered at G.H.S.
The organization of Gadsden High School Beta Club
became a reality this school year C1979-19801 so that more
students could be recognized in their achievements.
As members of the Beta Club and as a citizen of the com-
munity, state and nation, the students believe in and strive
to promote the principles of honesty, justice, service, coop-
eration, responsibility, industriousness, humility and charity.
The local chapter of the National Beta Club shall under-
take constructive projects that are of value to the club and
to the school and community.
During the induction ceremony February 26, 1980, sixty
seven members were inducted, fourteen students were
added later before the enrollment period ended. This made
total enrollment of charter members at eighty one.
as Y by
TOP LEFT: Liz Pillitary enjoys refreshments best of all.
MIDDLE LEFT: Ursula Lawler and Roderick Parker take
time to acknowledge the photographer. ABOVE: Janice
Johnson and Angel McGee prove to be good listeners.
BELOW LEFT: Rachel Cox makes a dash for the
refreshments. BELOW RIGHT: Mitch Moore, Mike Hop-
per, Greg Peeples, Ken Mitchell take time to socialize.
Sherry Jackson - President
Kelly Godfrey - Secretary
Amy Lummis - Vice-President
Kay Ivey -- Treasurer
Marsha Steele, Gail Hooks, and Patti Ivey are prepared to start
senior year. RIGHT: Brenda Moses and Laurie Frantz try to check
s and Doc out on their first day back to school,
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iHT: Cindy Jenkins and Anita McCarver practice for twirp court.
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Never Forgotten Memories
ABOVE: G.H.S. Mafia invade the Homecoming parade. BELOW
Seniors show big participation in wadding paper for the float.
Seniors work hard to build the float.
iarty Likos Lance Richard, Tim Nolen and Randy Freeman give a hel
ig hand on the float..
OVE: Seniors show some of their great constructions. RIGHT: Gary
nniger and Kelly Godfrey show the importance of friendship.
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Seniors Support the Greet Tiger Band
BELOW: Sandy Campbell gives a final salute to the band.
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and Linda Lindsey show off their Easter suits.
Kent Richard and Randy Freeman solve their differences in a gentle-
man - like way.
Daphne Meadows and Mary Smedley think dress up day is fun. '
Seniors' True Identities
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their Count Cone Head closeness. LEFT: Seniors prepare
fortheir future lives.
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and Mr. Brown.
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ABOVE RIGHT: Christmas dance proves to be a big hit at
G.H.S. RIGHT: Kathy Wester and John Ashley give the camera
a friendly wave.
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ABOVE: Gary Huthchinson and John AshIey's dates seem to be impressed with the
guys in the band. LEFT: Gail Hooks and Scott Grutchfield are enjoying themselves!!
LEFT: Chipper Griffith dances to the beat of the Band. ABOVE: Jef
Yow enjoys his last Christmas Dance.
P: Tim Nolen and Jeff Howard clap to the beat of the band. ABOVE:
Christmas dance was a big success from the looks of Tiger Stu-
BELOW: Mark Worley, Carol Frisby, Frankie Moore, Todd
and Julie Wolfe take a break from all ofthe excitement of the
Brian Garner is totally exhausted from continuous studying
Seniors Enjo Leisure Time
Mary Faye Bowman and Kathy Wester are waiting for the decision
will be chosen as Gary Lee Love's date. LEFT: Billy Dowling, Keith
and Greg Campbell give the girls one of their sexiest smiles.
Seniors Make the Most Out of Thei
Final Year T
LEFT Susan Henslee gnves the camera a pretty smile.
Margaret Taylor and Randy Freeman the perfect couple "
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entertain for awhile. BELOW RIGHT: Gloria McPeters takes charge
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Tyson Roe has a class of his own.
Class of 6'80"
BOVE: Football players show excitement about afternoon practice.
ELOW: Keith Brooks and Scott Boatwright skip in the field house.
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Randy Freeman and Jeff Howard decorate for the Valentine dance.
Seniors enjoys their time between classes
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OW: Billy Dowling takes some time for his studies.
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Junior class officers from left - Susan Denson - Treasurer, Mark Cook - Vice-President, Jean Marie Brown - Secretary, Cm
JUNIOR CLASS REPRESENTATIVES: From left - Kathy Burnett, Lisa Taylor, Janice Johnson, Nancy Roberson, Carla Fraizer,
Pillitary, Paula Elkins.
Judy Am berson
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ABOVE: Liz Pillitary wonders how she can take American History
Algebra 2 the same period.
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ABOVE: Kim Gillmann relaxes between classes
ABOVE: Class can be fun!
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ABOVE: Susan Denson, Mark Cook, Nancy Roberson, Jean
Marie Brown, Chuck Hughely, and Flalph Dobbins are efficient
Iuniors Settle Down to Work
HT: Chuck Hughely . . .the carpenter. BELOW: Trey Butler and Jean Marie
wn think they know all of the math answers.
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Class of "81,'
ABOVE: Stuffing a tiger by Jeannie Johnson, John Batson, l
and Kathy Burnet1 can be fun.
VE: "Hands up! I mean hands down!" says Carla Fraizer. RIGHT: The
of GHS lands on Mike Hopper.
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VE: Catrina Stevens and Cecil Smith take a
k from hours of study.
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tary, and Tyrus Foster -- President.
Sophomore Homeroom Representative, standing, left to right- Rob McKenzie, Tim Burgess, Jaimie Ramsey. Sitting, left to
Ellen Upton, Traci Edwards, Laura Gilmore. Front row - Jay Smith, and Tyrus Foster.
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LEFT: Sophomore Maids pose for the photographer. ABOVE: Sophomores pitch
build the King of the Tigers.
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OVE: Ramona Green and Cindy Wain come to school
assed as usual. RIGHT: Becky Marshall acts like a little
Sophomores Equate Fu
ABOVE: Traci Edwards and her date are spotted by the pho-
tographer. RIGHT: Donna Dean, Sharon Edwards and her
date watch the band during the Christmas Dance.
Kathy Sisler ,
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LEFT: Bonita Patrick and Jeff Williams take time out at the Christmas Dance.
ABOVE: Jay Smith and Tina Perry are together as usual.
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crowd. ABOVE: Linda Abel and Rob McKenzie do the Twist
BELOW LEFT: Robbie Driskell gives a friendly smile.
Freshman Homeroom Representatives: Standing, left to right - Pam Butler, Caroline Stringfellow, Jacquelyn Massey
Jason Freeman, Terry Tolson. Kneeling, left to right- Kristi Sherman, Kathy Hightower, Alicia Bullock, Kathy McNabb.
Freshman Class Officers, left to right- Vicki Collins, Treasurer, Randa Smith, Secretary, Traci Tucker, Vice-President, K
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ickey Wildman are intent on the track meet.
Opening Da Excitement
ABOVE: Lost Freshmen John Connor, Gerald Cook, and Paul
seek help from Coach Riddle.
ABOVE: Karen Crook, and Rebecca Horton receive their schedules from Mr. Wren.
Homecoming Festi ities
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gently on the homecoming float.
LEFT Melvin Guyton takes a break from the toils of float-building
ABOVE Sonja Woodal Annette Joiner, and Karen Jordan add
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ABOVE: Freshmen Kristin Downing, Vicki Jones, Suzannah
listen to the Christmas Concert.
ABOVE: Kathy McNabb enjoys cheering for the Gadsden Tigers.
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studies to smile for the camera.
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Bus Da Wlth a Busy Man
His days begin early as he strides
into the quiet empty building before 7
a.m. He has a beautiful office with a
comfortable chair where he is very sel-
dom found. Where can he be found?
He may be found planning an activity
with the President of the Student
Council. He may be found applying the
"Board of Education" to the seat of the
pants of a hooky-playing Freshman. He
may be found assuring the Editor of the
Crucible that she can and will pass Trig
and still find time to create a super
yearbook. He may be found inside the
stadium fence or in the gym convinc-
ing the G.H.S. Tigers that they can and
will win the ballgame. He may be found
planning with the P.T.S.A. President to
make Gadsden High School number 1
in the state. Where can Lloyd Miller be
found? He can and was found in Bir-
mingham, Ala. accepting the award
from the State P.T.S.A. as the out-
standing Principal of Alabama.
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ABOVE: Assistant principal Lawrence Presley listens sympatheti-
cally to the problems of a parent. RIGHT: Assistant principal David
Martin prepares to fit 16 hours work into 8 hours. BELOW: Assistant
principal Martin assumes the role of Coach Martin. BELOW RIGHT:
A formal portrait of a "good man."
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BOVE: Busy days begin early for Mrs. Fraizer and Mrs. Perryman.
lGHT: Daily absentees are checked by Mrs. Perryman. BELOW: Mrs.
'own prepares lunch list. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mrs. Fraizer, Mrs. Perry-
an, Mrs. Roberts, and Mrs. Brown enjoyed their lunch during National
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Thelma Alexander, M.S.
Jacksonville State University
Geometry, Algebra, Consumer Math
Gene Barnes, M.S.
Jacksonville State University
Rick Arthur, B.S.
University of Alabama
Algebra, General Math
Senior Class Sponsor
Mary Barnes, B.S.
Jacksonville State University
Comp, Grammar, Lit
Sarah Ashley, B.A.
Jacksonville, State University
Drama, Grammar, Lit
Drama Club Sponsor
Gwen Brothers, B.S.
Jacksonville State University
Tennis Team Sponsor
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University of Montevallo Secretary
FHA Sponsor Margaret Campbell, B.S.
James Brown B S ?ub.urnIUniversity
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University of Alabama . Sponsor
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Martha Bullock, M.S.
Jacksonville State University
Sigma Chi Epislon and
Swim Team Sponsor
Georgia Clarke, M.S.
Mary Rose Cowart, M.A.
University of Alabama
Dennis Cook, B.S.
University of Tennessee
Mildred Donald, M.S.
Jacksonville State University
Alpha Psi Omega
Emily K. Ellis, B.A.
University of Alabama
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Red Cross Sponsor
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Jacksonville State University
Sociology, American History
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James Hall, M.S.
University of Montevallo
Traffic Safety Club Sponsor
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University of'Al5bgm5 ' Jacksonville State University
Auburn University Guidance Counselor
Beulah Harrel, M.S.
University of Alabama
Economics, Democracy, American
Beta Club Sponsor
Dora Gene Hill, M.A.
University ofAlabama ,
Spanish Club - Russian Club
Sponsor Carl Howard, M.S.
University of Alabama
Robert Lamon, M.A. Deca Sponsor
Democracy, Economics Ginger Lowery BIS-
Universlty of Montevallo
Jr. Varisty Cheerleader Sponsor
Ernesto Johnson, M.S.
Carolyn Martin, M.S.
Wayne University, Detroit
Joyce Massey, M.S.
University of Alabama
Vivian Morrow, M.A.
University of Alabama
Beta Club Sponsor
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University of Montevallo
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Genny McDaniel, M.S.
University of Alabama
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University of Alabama
Diane Roberson, B.S.
Freshman Class Sponsor
Gloria Reagan, B.S.
Records Clerk, Secretary
Gid Riddle, M.S.
University of Alabama
Golf- Basketball Sponsor
Catherine Shamblin, B.S.
Jane Skipper, M.S.
Jacksonville State University
Algebra ll, Geometry
Math Club Sponsor,
Com puter Club Sponsor
Norma Tow, M.A.
University of Alabama
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Jacksonville, State University
Anatomy, Botany, Biology
David Wagnon, B.A.
Phi Omega Phi Sponsor
Cecil Tate, M.A.
University of Alabama
Dorothy Walker, B.S.
Title l Math
Betty Watford, M.S.
University of Alabama
Senior Class and Cheerleader
Curtis Whited, B.S.
University of Alabama
Juanita Wilson, M.A.
University of Alabama
Alabama History, World
Bible Club Sponsor
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Noah Wood, M.S.
University of Georgia
General Science, Ecology,
Dorothy Woodward, B.S.
Jacksonville State University
Business Office Education
Charlie Wren, M.S., A.A.
Jacksonville State University
Algebra I, Algebra II
Coach Ronald Mayes
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First row - Robert Lindsey, Jay Smith, Steve Lee, Mike Argo, Bubba Allen, Terry Tolson, Brian Vaughn, Jimmy Hill, Charles Hudgins - Manage
Melvin Guyton - Manager. Second row - Rodney Alford, Ken Mitchel, Gary Menninger, Phillip Curl, Terry Rodgers, Carl Owens, Jeff Woods, G
Bryan, Rodney McGee, Mitch Moore. Third row - Quinton Jenkins, Craig Dudley, Cary Mayes, Tommy Meager, Dale Robertson, Kevin Williams, Nia
Hall, Greg Campbell, Jamey Mann, Stan Simmons, Rodney Gibbs - Manager. Fourth row - Greg Peoples, Zane Allsup, Roy Weaver, Chip Edward:
Jim Nolen, Trey Butler, David Parsons, Connell Dickerson, Derrick Ash, Lionel Whorton.
RIGHT: Kneeling - Head Coach David
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Coach Dennis Cook, Coach Lloyd Miller,
Coach Terry Willingham.
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A Year Of Rebuilding
Season Ends - 0-10
OPPONENTS WE THE Y
Alexandria .... . . . 0 19
Etowah ..... . . . 0 36
Holt .......... . . . 0 21
Litchfield ...... . . . 0 20
Emma Sansom .... . . . 7 46
Talladega ..... . . . 3 33
Anniston .... . . . 6 40
Albertville ..... . . .14 26
Charity Bowl .... . , . 0 46
Oxford ....... . , . 6 31
BELOW: Tiger bonfire and pep rallies get the team fired up with spirit.
ABOVE: Tiger Fullback, Derrick Ash gets up speed as he takes the
from Tiger quarterback Stan Simmons. BELOW, G.H.S. players Quir
Jenkins and Jamey Mann win the coin toss for the Tigers.
The Coaches wait patiently on the out come of the play.
Coach Martin lectures the football team on the importance of
TOP: Quarterback Stan Simmons dives for the "wet" football. ABOVE:
Rodney Alford, Jay Smith Mitch Moore called time out to get their pic-
ture taken. BELOW: Kevin Williams, Connell Dickerson, Gary Menninger
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sweep around the end for a big gain.
Winning Spirit - Losing Season
ABOVE: Halfback Kevin Williams makes big gain for the
Tigers. BELOW: G.H.S. Tigers ready for action.
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ABOVE: Senior Football Players, Kneeling - Kevin Williams, Gary Menninger, Nick I
Standing - Connell Dickerson, Roy Weaver, Zane Allsup, Derrick Asn.
rterback Stan Simmons gets help with the next play from Coach
Coach Martin and Coach Willingham motion play from the sidelines
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good serve for the tigers. BELOW RIGHT: Sheila Hill smashes a spike f
LEFT: Janice Johnson goes up for the ball. ABOVE: Coach Low-
ery gets the team fired up.
VE: bottom row- left to right- Tanya Jenkins, Janice Johnson, Kim Sanders, Carleen Kennon. Top row- Pam Butller, Shella Hill, Pam Foster.
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A Super Year
a Super Team
ABOVE: left to right- Jonny Richmond, Kenneth Dupree, Ivan Walker, James Vaughn, Craig Dudley, Cicero Curry, Chris Johnson, and Jon
LEFT: Coaches, team, and fans await the final
buzzer that signified another Tiger victory.
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TOP LEFT: Tigers dominate the rebound. TOP RIGHT: Tl
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well, Brian Vaughn, David Godwin, Tommy George, Tim Dickerson.
The Junior Varsity played hard and showed their
determination to win this year. They were coached
by Charles Wren.
LEFT: The Varsity Basketball Team performs well for the Jr. Var-
Female Tigers Displa Effort
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mttom row- Arrelia Page, Polly Holcomb, Cathy Lindsey, Kathy Burnett, and Sonya Warren. Top row - Bonita Davis, Pam Jackson, Valerie Leigh,
surla Lawler, and Jackie Brewer.
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The Girls' Basketball Team was coached by
James Hall. The team showed great effort and
ability throughout the season. With several start-
ers returning, the Tigers are looking for a better
season next year.
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Cheerleaders: Kneeling - Andrea Cobb, Amy Zeigler. Standing - Gretel Holpomb, Ree Nesbitt, Paige Daw-
Asst. Head, Janine Hagerman, Lisa Taylor, Karen Watford - Head. Middle top - Myrtle Knight, Kay Lambert.
Kathy Hightower, Patty McNulty.
Amy Ziegler puts all she's got into her last homecoming game.
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Patty McNulty adds spirit to the Home-
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First row - Coach Ronald Mayes, Oliver Lindsey, Carl Owens, Matt Gsellmann. Second row - Vic Worley, Mark Guest, Robbie
Phillip Warren. Third row- Johnny Kell, Eddie Wilson, Michael Hunter, Tommy Maeger.
Left to right - Chris Griffith, Danny Ryan, Sam Weaver, Billy Dowling, Linda Vru
Keith Kulas, John Hicks, Lee McKee.
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:Kenzie, Kathy Burnett. Third row - Scott Skipper, Jimmy Hill, Phillip Ivey, Craig Dickson, Bart Bailey. Fourth row - Rob McKenzie, Scott Palmer,
nce Richard, Mark Cook, Trey Butler.
LEFT: Bart Bailey concentrates on a speedy start. ABOVE:
Phillip lvey comes up for a quick breath of air.
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ABOVE: First row - Russel Wise, Joey Phillips, Vic Worley, Phillip Warren, Scott Naylor, Jason Freeman, Mike Cofield, David Wright. Second row
Mike Argo, Brian Garner, Jamey Mann, Tim Burgess, Dale Flobertson, David Mann, Terry Tolson. Third row- Karen Watford, Karen McNabb, Coat
Tummlin, Nick Hall, Chipper Griffith, Zane Allsup, Mike Hopper, Scott Palmer, Mark Hopper, Stan Simmons, Coach Arthur, Janine Hagerman.
The Baseball Team was led to victory by Coaches Rick Arthur and
Jerry Tummlin. The Baseball Team finished with a winning season.
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ABOVE: Stan Simmons dedicates his attention to the baseball
game. RIGHT: Mr. Brown eagerly watches the game's progress.
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ABOVE: Sitting - left to right- Bonita Davis, Patricia Davis, Josephine Moore, Lisa Veal, Jacqueline Brewster, Kathy Burnett, Trena Deerman,
McKenzie, Suzannah Armstrong, Coach Hall. Second row - Tim Henderson, Eddie Wilson, Terrence Buchannon, Edwin Johnson, Milton
James Vaughn, Derrick Ash, Coach Whorton. Third row - Sylvester Townsend, Darryl Toney, Bobby William, Tracy Backer, Stefan Cole, and
Thompson. Not pictured - Alisa Morgan.
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ABOVE: G.H.S. Tiger Track team ioosens up by doing stretching exercises.
BOVE: Eddie Wilson and Derrick Ash prepare to win
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Ralph Dobbins - Vice President, Patty McNulty - Secretary, Randy Freeman - President, Mary Semrick - Chaplain, Melissa Hardnett - Vice
President. 2nd row - Julie Farrow - Reporter, Daphne Meadows - Parliamentarian, Kathy Wester - Treasurer, and Mrs. Donna Bryan - Sponsor.
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Board of Education. RIGHT: SCA President presents good luck
petition to Sansom Football team.
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The G.H.S. Student Council Association
spent a busy productive year. These stu-
dents were involved in many activities that
helped to make Gadsden High School the
number one school in the hearts and lives of
the students and alumni of Gadsden High.
Reporter Julie Farrow can hardly wait for the school doors
. RIGHT: Vice-President Ralph Dobbins helps beautify
grounds. BELOW: Parliamentarian Daphne Meadows waits
parliament to open.
First row -left to right- Melissa Hardnett, Daphne Meadows, Mary Semerick, Ralph Dobbins, Julie Farrow, Randy Freeman, Kathy Wester!
McNulty. Second row - left to right- Kathy Hightower, Ellen Upton, Lisa Taylor, Jimmy Hill, Liz Pillitary, Kathy Burnett, Kristi Sherman, Laur
more, Alecia Bullock, Molly Pruitt. Third row - left to right- Jason Freeman, Kathy McNabb, Hurbert DuPree, Traci Edwards, Caroline Stringfe
Micheal Bostick, Jay Smith. Third row - left to right- Tim Burgess, Rob McKenzie, Lance Richard, Margaret Taylor,'Pam Butler, Marvin Sims, u
nie Knight, Betsy Rutenburg, Janice Johnson, Terry Tolson, Beverly Bugg, Dale Roberson, Jackie Massey, Carla Frazier, David Parsons, Tyrus Fo
Brian Garner, Scott Grutchfield.
First row - Randy Freeman, Lance Richard, Myra Mayes, Tim Nolen, Ralph Dobbins, Saundra
Second row - Rob McKenzie, Laura Steffey, Cathey Semerick, Theresa Ladd, Chuck Huguley, Tod
Shawn Gsellman. Third row - Mike Sweetin, Mary Semerick, Paige Dawson, Roy Weaver, Julie
G.H.S. Athletes - represent a well-rounded sports program consisting of sports in ten areas.
ig - Leigh Cochran, Ralph Dobbins, Johnny Day. Stading - Mike Sweetin - President, Barbara
e - Vice-President, Lynn Roberts, Lisa Lislie, Molly Pruett - Treasurer, Jamie Ramsey - Secretary,
lRichie, Dot Moore - Director.
LEFT: Tracy Edwards - Sopho-
more Editor. FAR LEFT: Kelly God-
frey - Typist.
The creation of a yearbook is
truly a learning experience for the
Crucible Staff. ln late May the
advisor and Editor change from
kind, good natured people into
ogres that yell at poor staff-mem-
bers that lay-outs must be com-
pleted and deadlines must be
met. When Graduation Day
arrives a major miracle has
occured and another SUPER
yearbook has been produced.
Beverly Bugg, Laura Norton, Kirk Garner, Gloria McPeters, Elisa Dyke, Tracy Edwards, Jackie
sey. Not pictured - Patty McNulty.
TOP LEFT: Mrs. Smith, advisor, encourages seniors to sell their magazines.
TOP: Mrs. Smith gives Goria lessons on being editor. LEFT: Kim Gillman -
photographer. ABOVE: Laura Norton - Asst. Editor. TOP RIGHT: Donna
Runyan -- Senior editor.
First row -William Watts, Vonda Pierce, Arella Page, Delois Johnson, Lisa Tinker, Belinda Franklin, Mary Smedley,
nie Knight, Lisa McAlpin, Flenae Coleman. Second row - Melvin Guyton, Lisa Brown, Pam Butler, Lynn Rolley, Ja.
Johnson, Lori Hooks, Jacqulyn Jacquelyn Massey, Donnise Blackburn. Third row - Fredric Green, Ronnie Dout
Vanessa Varner, Sherry Jackson, Stephanie Wyatt, Rebecca Page, Noressa Johnson, Stephanie Heard. Fourth ro
Renata Prater, Helantha Jones, Barry Byers, Pam Jackson, Darris Hughes, Lillie Lee, Susan Coleman, Darryl Will
Fifth row - Donald Core, Dale Miller, James Page, Ursula Lawler, Rodrick Parker, David Morgan.
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Hill, Tammy Ramsey, Miss Ellis fSponsorJ, Laura Estes.
'st row - Fredric Green, Sherry Jackson, Rodrick Parker, Ursula Lawler, James Vaughn, Connie Knight, Edwin Johnson, Greg Johnson, Belinda
anklin. Second row - Deloris Johnson, Vonda Pierce, Rodney Alford, Kenneth DuPree, William Watts, Oliver Thompson, Susan Coleman, Tammy
irner, Noressa Johnson fPresidentJ, Jackie Turner, Vanessa Varner, Carlene Kennon, Monica Fomby. Third row - Lisa Tinker, Earl Lewis, Ronnie
Juthard, Byron Saddler, Todd Huff, Lisa Brown, James Sandridge, Arella Page, Susan Byers, Denise Morgan, lphadella English, Janice Johnson,
iaron Sanders. Fourth row - Danny Watford, Micheal Turk, Dale Miller, Cicero Curry, Donald Core, Rebecca Page, James Page, Deidra Vaughn,
cheal Burnett, Stephanie Heard, Lillie Lee, Rennie Jones, Terrance Buchanan, James Hall Jr. fSponsorJ.
M Iissa Parris Todd Miller Melinda Parris Steve Livingston Traci Tucker Dorothy Walker fSpon
row 7 Tracie Hilleke, Laura Estes, Scott Naylor, Randa Smith, Todd Rains. Second row - Brian Boat-
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The G.H.S. Key club had another banner year
serving the school and community under the
leadership of President Lance Richard, the Key
club strove to its greatest heights in service and
achievement. Again, as last year, the Key Club
worked closely with the Cerebral Palsey center,
contributing over 2,000 man hours of work. In
service to the school the Key Club held its 6th
annual Valentines Dance, produced its first
sweetheart calender, painted school bathrooms,
raised a S500 scholarship, and helped landscape
ABOVE: Jeff Howard and John Hicks talk politics with Chip Carter. LEFT: Jeff
elected International Trustee.
1st row - Beverly Bugg, Amy Lummis, Angela McKenzie, Alicia Bullock, Laura Gilmore, Kathy McNabb, Lisa Taylor, Linda Abel, Paige Dawson, Patty Mc
Gretel Holcomb. 2nd row - John Ashley, Marty Likos, Randy Freemon, Tim Nolen, Jeff Howard, Lance Richard - President, Chipper Griffith, Kent Richard
Garner. 3rd row - Oliver Tilnpson, Chris Deavor, Keith Brooks, Jon Williams, Chuck Huguely, Phillip Ivey, David Rary, Jud Dawson. 4th row- Martia Kircus
Garmon, John Hicks, Christopher Griffith, Tim Roe, Rob McKenzie, Todd Miller, Scott Skipper. 5th row- Roy Wadsworth, Mark Guest, Jeff Chandler, Joey Ph
Bart Bailey, Whitney Holcomb, Alan Moorer, Tyson Roe, Jon Grutchfield, Craig Dickson. Top row - Morgan Holley, Mark Cook.
BOVE: Seniors Paige Dawson and Kay Ivey pause for a photo break.
IGHT: Jon Grutchfield, Lance Richard, and Kent Richard work to
ansform Convention Hall into a Valentine.
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First row - Rhonda Herring, Connie Dudley, Tina Goldsby, Noressa Johnson, Janice Bradford. Second rovi
Margaret Coffia, Geneva Holderfield, Rachel Underwood, Donice Blackburn, Karen Jordan. Third row
Jackie Watson, Birda Williams, Sheena Zeigler, Paula Jackson, Vicky Usry, Mrs. G. Clark, Ms. J. Brothi
Fourth row - Brenda Elkins, Ruby Thomas, Treena Deerman, Annette Joiner. Fifth row - Janice Johns
Monica Fomby, Stephanie Wyatt, Pam Butler, Vanessa Varner. Not pictured - Ann West, Tracy Goldsby, Jn
Ponder, Clara Caldwell, Erica Daniels, Gene Handy.
First row - Mark Worley, Paula Elkins, Donna Steele, Alesia Morgan, Janet Byers, Kathi Brooks, Denita Su
Jerolyn Bagget. Second row - Grata Noah, Allison Mills, Todd Boozer, Judy Amberson, Todd Barber,
Byers. Third row - Sheila Spurlock, Darlene Moses, Carl Howard - Sponsor, Brett St. John, Frankie Moo
irst row - left to right- Julie Farrow - President, Myra Mayes, Gail Hooks, Anita McCarver, Cindy Jenkins, Helantha Jones, Tresea Hawkins,
lenita Prater, Enga Sturns, Renata Prater. Second row - left to right- Connie Knight -- Parliamentarian, Julie Wolfe, Janice Johnson, Cindy Bull-
ck, Cindy Campbell, James Elkins, Stephanie Pearson, Carla Gray, Melissa Johnson, Tammie Ramsey - Reporter, Cordelia Winborne. Third row -
aft to right- Mrs. McDaniel, Mrs. Woodward, Meche Nelms - Treasurer, Roderick Parker, Tracy Henry, Toni Jenkins, Daphne Brown, Jana Weaver,
Iatherine Stanley, Donna Elsea, Jelie Davis, Charlotte Hutchison, Lynne King, Rhonda Allen, Becky Cook, Brenda Smith, Allen Heald, Jeff Baker
ackie Cherry, Keith Preston, Jon Carlisle, Miehelle Pruitt- Vice-President, Mary Faye Bowan - Secretary.
'st row - left to right- Toni Ballard, Randy Cofield, Gary Udaka, Eric Bigelow, Greg Harcrow. Second row
left to right- Lisa Brown, Donice Watson, David Morgan, Brenda Garman, Rebbecca Page, Oliver Lindsey,
idrea Cobb, Sharon Sanders, Alan Mack. Third row - left to right- Eddie Wilson, Tim Wilson, Richard Pate,
:ott Hicks, Yancey Walker, Jonathon Teddar, Stephanie Heard, Todd O'Bryant, Mr. Ernesto Johnson, Spon-
The Magnavox Staff produced an award
wining newspaper. This group of students
work diligently to present the issues and
answers to all the problems that affect the
students of G.H.S. The paper is eagerly
anticipated each month. It is read, re-read
and stored for sentimental reasons.
First row - Jean Marie Brown, Karen Watford, Rodney Gilchrist, Linda McDaniel, Alisa Stephens
Boatwright, Ralph Dobbins. Second row - Billy Dowling, Jamey Mann, Roy Weaver, Kay Lam
George Holley. Third row - Scott Grutchfield, Brian Garner, Mildred Donald - Advisor, Mendy Pa
Jon Grutchfield, Anita Leitner, Marty Likos, Nancy Roberson. Fourth row - Caroline Stringfellow, C
tin Downing, Laura Estes, Gary Menninger, Jon Johnson, Jamey Hardin.
Mildred Donald - Advisor and Editors - Linda McLaniel, Nancy Roberson, Editors: Mendy Parris - News Editor, Jon Johnson - Sports Editor, L
and Ralph Dobbins. Estes, Brian Garner- Circulation managers.
leporters: Scott Boatwight, Jon Grctchfield, Jamey Hardin, Marty Likos, Roy
Veaver, Christin Downing, Lisa Stephens, Kay Lambert, Rooney Gilchrist, Karen
ipist: Nancy Roberson, Alisa Stephens, Mendy Parris, Laura Estes, George Holley,
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Scott Grutchfield - Photographer.
Lay Out Artist: Anita Leitner, Ralph Dobbins, Linda
Manager - Jamey Mann and Gary Menninger - Business
Mgr. Billy Dowling and Jean Marie Brown - Advertising
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lst row -Stacy Snyder, Greg Lummls, Darryl Toney, Patrick Lyles, James Gray, Rob McKenzie, 2nd row- Mrs. Hill, Tim Roe, Betsy Rutenberg, S
Krebs, Linda Abel, Danny Ryan, John Hicks, Terri Maddock, Laura Gilmore, Alicia Bullock. 3rd row - Laina Farrow, Kim Mayben, Dee Dee Tim
Connie Batey, Margaret Wetzel, Angela McKinsey, Laura Steffey, David Reary, Mickey Wildman, Allison Chandler, Jon Williams. 4th row - Alli
Graves, Rhonda Armstrong, Kala Fricks, Amanda Sims, Nancy Roberson, Molly Pruett, Cathye Semrick, Saundra Cakson, Belinda Franklin, Mary S
rick, Laurie Frantz. 5th row - Donna Elsea, Traci Hall, Tana Perry, Mendy Parris, Missy Parris, Traci Helleke, Oliver Thompson, Jason Freeman. i
row - Stan Carver, Greg Wills, Alan Moore, Joey Philips, Mark Hopper, Barry Dude, Scott Thompson, Lee McKee, Cindy Gaines, Jimmy Hill. 7th r
- Lee Roberts, Morgan Holley, Keith Elliot, Jim Semrick, Joseph Cole, Todd Rains, Paul New, Randy Hardwick, 8th row - Lori Hooks, Bart Bail
Brent Morgan, Jud Dawson, Sam Weaver, Danny Wooford.
1st row - Mrs. Hill, Molly Pruett, Cathye Semrick, Stacy Stansell, Mary Semrick, Jeff Erwin, 2nd row - Denise
son, Nancy Roberson, Allison Chandler, Martin Kircus.
lst row - Theresa Ladd, Todd Miller, Flhanda Smith, Traci Tucker. 2nd4row - Miss Ellis, Rhonda Loyd, Sara Pruitt, Connie Cushing, Ellen Upton,
Shawn Gsellman, Mary Faye Boman, Amy Zieglar, Susan Denson. 3rd row- James Page, Charles Hutchins, Mark Guest, Jeff Chandler, David Harlow,
Ieff Ervin, Hurbert DeuPree.
st row - Sara Pruitt, Angela Oravet, Barbara Payne, Shawn Gsellman, Amy Zeigler. 2nd row
avid Harlow, Polly Holcomb, Theresa Ladd, Beth Kloskowski, Miss Ellis.
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1st row - Jeff Howard, Lance Richard, Laurie Frantz, Toni Jenkins, Allison Chandler. 2nd row - Tim No
len, Amy Lumn
Amanda Tucker, Kathy Semrick, Carla Gray, Mrs. Ford - Sponsor. 3rd row - Randy Freeman, Mrs. Campbell - sponsor, Chipbth Wa
Griffith, Leigh Cochran, Joy Myracle, Susan Lytle, Mary Semrick, Molly Pruett.
New Members: 1st row - Martin Kirkus, Patty McNulty, Linda Vreatt. 2nd row - Chuck Hugely, Paige Dawson, Sheila Tom
Laura Norton, Lisa Hill, Theresa Ladd, Janice George, Polly Holcomb. 3rd row - Gloria McPeters, Kathy Kul
Tyson Ftoe, Leslie Steffey, Kelly Godfrey.
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:row - Zane Allsup, Mike Hopper, Jamie Mann, Kathy Burnett- Asst. Corresponding Sec., Laura Steffy - Chaplain, Chuck Huguley - President, Todd Miller
Co. Vice-Pres., Roderick Parker - Co. Vice-Pres., Ursula Lawler, Commie Knight- Tfeasurer, Stacy Stansell - Recording Sec., Rachel Cox - Reporter. 2nd
rv - Mrs. Morrow - sponsor, Julie Farrow, Karen Watfork, Liz Pillitary, David Rary, Scott Skipper, Ken Mitchell, Jeannie Johnson, Sheila Tommie, Marvin Sims,
'lice Johnson, Stephanie Pearson, Herbert DuPree, Mrs. Harrel - Sponsor. 3rd row - Rocky White, Mark Cook, Lisa Hill, Theresa Ladd, Angela McKenzie,
eve Heiburger, Nancy Roberson, Mitch Moore, Janice George, Carla Frazier, Mindy Parris, Laura Estes, Missy Parris, Ree Nesbit, Traci Hillide, Saundra Gadsen,
tti Ivey, Fred Dunson, Daphne Meadows, Benita Patrick, Keith Longshore. 4th row - Kristina Sims, Leanne White, Anita McKarver, Tammy Ramsey, Rhonda
en, Barbara Paine, Kim Livesay, Carol Brackett, Lori Stewart, Alesia Morgan, Lisa Tullis, Neal Helms, Susan Henslee, Greg Peoples, Albert Oravet, Trey Butler,
vid Russomanno, Nick Hall, Clayton Mills, Ralph Dobbins, Lee Wadsworth, Melissa Hardnett, Anita Miller, Gloria McPeters, Dana Johnson, Lisa Taylor.
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VE: Liz Pillitary, Anita Leitner and other Beta Club Members are good farmers. ABOVE RIGHT: Leslie
ffey and Barbara Payne plant a lonely little marigold.
The newly organized Beta Club proved
to be a great asset to Gadsden High as
the members helped other school clubs
landscape the campus. These seventy-
odd honor students were enthusiastic
and full of school spirit.
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ABOVE: Renata Prater, Kim Sanders, Renita Prater, Sheena Zeigler, Trina
Stephens, Helantha Jones, Janice Johnson, Ruby Prater. RIGHT: Cynthia
Rice - Treasurer, Angel McGee - Vice-Pres., Saundra Gadson - Presi-
dent, Sharon Sanders - Secretary, Mrs. Donald - Sponsor.
:row - Yancy Walker, Mike Hopper, Keith Kulas, Stan Simmions, Greg Campbell, Jeff Williams, Jim Able. 2nd row
Trey Butler, Jamie Mann, Brian Garner, Gary Menninger, Gary Hutchison, Greg Peoples. 3rd row -- Tim Wilson,
Deaver, Richard Pate, Billy Dowling, Row Weaver, Zane Allsup.
Billy Dowling and Roy Weaver look over Ben's Bug.
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Pillitary, Jean Marie Brown, Janice George. Third row - Rachel Cox, Stephanie Toncre, Jeannie J
son, Stacy Stansell, Dana Johnson. Fourth row - Connie Curl, Lisa Hill, Polly Holcomb. Fifth ro
Kathy Burnett, Darlene Moses, Patti Spradlin, Gina Harwood, Cheryl Sington. Not pictured - An
McKenzie, Mary McNulty.
EXE Sigma Chi Epsilon
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mt row Lynn Roberts, Beth Hudgins Laura Gilmore, Janine Hagerman Tina Perry, Ellen Upton, ia Green and Beverly
gg. Second row - Paige Dawson, haron Edwards, Michele Pruitt, Kelly Lipscomb, Amy Lummis, L Steffey, Amanda Tucker, Kathy Wester, Deena Shef-
d, Joy Myracle, Linda Vreatt, Patty McNulty, Sheila Tommie. Third row - Amy Ziegler, Laura Norton, McDuffie, Shawn Gsellman, Dee Dee Toncre, Ftee
sbitt, Nita Farrow, Linda Grice, Donna Dean, Gretel Holcomb, Karen McNabb, Robin Bobo, Donna Hunyan, Cindy Wain, Sherry Moon, Betsy Ftutenberg, Linda
el, Gindy Gaines, and Becky Marshall. Not pictured - Kelly Godfrey, Mary Faye Boman, Traci Edwards, Susan Henslee, Kay Ivey, Margaret Taylor, Sheila
t row - Paula Elkins, Penny Burks, Donna Steele, Alesia Morgan, Daphney Brown. Second row - .
ta Noah, Carla Frazier, Carol Brackett, Anita Leitner, Pam Drenner. Third row - Sheila Spurlock, Lou
Kitchens, Laura Lumpkin, Carol Frisby, Kathi Brooks, Beth Johnson, Cathy Weems. Not shown -
G.H.S. Tiger Band
ABOVE: Colorguard: Rifles - Lisa Hill, Kathy Sisler, Carla Frazier, Suzy McDuffie, Laura Norton, Sheila Tommie - Head, Beth Hudgin
Stancil. Silks: left - Liz Pillitary, Jeannie Johnson, Amanda Tucker - Head, Julie Farrow - Co. Head, Leslie Steffie, Vanessa Croft,
Sharon Edwards, Nita Farrow, Beverly Bugg, Michele Pruitt, Glenda Hill, Daphnee B , enise Kilgore, Shawn Gsellmann, Connie Curl
mis, Deedee Toncre, Missy Turner, Kathy Wester, and Deena Sheiffield. Not and Traci Edwards
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forthe Tiger Band.
at row - Karen Crook, Kathy Sissler, Karen Minshew, Beverly Bugg, Tracy Miller, Amanda Tucker, Missy Turner, and Laura
ton. Second row - Clara Cauldwell, Liz Pilitary, Vicki Collins, Amy Hutchinson, Pam Pendley, Deedee Toncre, Nita Farrow,
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Parks, Rhonda Smith, Alice Turner, Martin Kircus, Julie Farrow, and Cherri Parris. Third row - Michael Turk, Flodrick Granger,
Jeff Chandler, David Harlow, David Russomano, Bobby Riley, Fred Dunson, Shawn Gsellman, Ronnie Guffey, Dale Shew and
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Left to right - Laura Helms, Matt Gsellman, Lisa Morris, Jeanie Johnson, Sheila Tommie, Suzy McDuffie, Lisa Tullis, Tim
Nolen, Denise Stimpson, Kathy Wester, Kevin Silvey and Lisa Hill.
First row - Mary Smedley, Phil Felicia McAIpine, Robin Flansaw, Susan Byers, Benita Patrick, Cindy Alldredge, Regina Greg
Ramona Green, Sonia Looney, Teresa Hawkins, Jacki Cherry, Second row - Carla Frazier, Michelle Pruitt, Connie Curl,
Davis. Third row -V Vanessa Croft, Linda Lindsey, Tina Perry, Melissa Hardnett, Rhonda Armstrong, Glenda Hill, Laura Cook, a
Horns and Drums
LEFT: Low Woodwinds - Micheal Bostick, Sherry Watley, John
Lee, Leslie Steffy, Deena Sheffield, Amy Lummis, Denise Kilgore,
Alan Selby. ABOVE: Drummers - Lee Strawn, Donny Brown, David
Brown, Ivan Hawkins, Billy Arnet. BELOW: Trumpets - William
Watts, Terry Maddox, Connie Batey, Todd Huff, Daryl Tony, Lana
Farrow, Treena Deerman, Richard Selby. Second row - Beth Hud-
gins, Sharon Edwards, David Riley, Steven Faulkner, Robert Burton,
Lee Wadsworth, Tim Burgess, Jeff Erwin.
Tiger Band Still the One!!
Tiger Band - 1980
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Robinson, Linda Lindsey, Melissa Hardenette, Mary Smedly, Lisa Morris.
1ine Hagerman Hagerman, Kathy Wester, Vanessa Croft, Glenda Hill, Leslie Steffey, Kelly God-
y, Missy Turner, Julie Farrow, Laura Norton, Shelia Tommie. LEFT: Susan Henslee.
Who re the Senior otables?
Being elected a Senior Notable by one's classmates is
probably the greatest honor a student at Gadsden High
School can receive. Each year the members of the Senior
class elect those of their classmates whom they feel have
contributed most in service and inspiration to the school.
Who are the Senior Notables? They may include the
President of the S.C.A., the head cheerleader, the Drum
Major, the Key Club President, the captains of the football
and basketball teams, the honor students, and the editors
of the CRUCIBLE and the Magnavox. Senior Notables
have three characteristics in common: a willingness to
aid and serve their fellow students, a love for their school,
and a friendly smile for every person with whom they
come in contact.
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Club Sweetheart, Amy Lummis. MIDDLE CENTER: Band officer,
Nolen with fellow officers. CENTER RIGHT: Honor students, Mary Sa
rick and Chipper Griffith with Mrs. Drinkard. FAR LEFT: Senior cl
President, Sherry Jackson. LEFT: Key Club President, Lance Rich
fopposite pagej UPPER LEFT: Cheerleader, Paige Dawson. UP
CENTER: S.C.A. President, Randy Freeman. UPPER RIGHT: Basket
star, Chris Johnson. CENTER LEFT: Drum Major, Sandy Camp
CENTER: Magnavox photographer, Scott Grutchfield. CENTER RIG
Head cheerleader, Karen Watford. BOTTOM LEFT: CRUCIBLE Edi
Gloria McPeters. BOTTOM CENTER: Defensive end, football, Der
Ash. BOTTOM RIGHT: Key Club International Trustee, Jeff Howard.
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ABOVE: Velvetones await to start their concert. RIGHT: Students
enjoy the Velvetone and Triad Christmas concert. BELOW LEFT:
Ann Martin, Margaret Taylor and Allison Mills smile for the camera.
BELOW RIGHT: Triads enjoy singing. BOTTOM LEFT: Velvetones
wish for snow. BOTTOM RIGHT: Velvetones watch for their cue.
TOP LEFT: Students meet
in the courtyard to hear
the Velvetones and Triads
concert. TOP RIGHT:
Triads sing in harmony.
FAR LEFT: Gloria
McPeters enjoys the
Christmas songs. ABOVE:
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between songs. LEFT:
Velvetones sing Christ-
mas greetings to every-
First row - fleft-rightj - Cathy Weems, Sandy Campbell, Gail Hooks, Susan Lytle, Kathy Sisler, Lori Stewart, Lori Goss, P
lvey, Becky Marshall, Felicia McAlpine, Second row - Connie Cushing, Lisa Taylor, Kelly Lipscomb, Donna Dean, Denise
gore, Tina Sims, Linda Grice, Kay Lambert, Amy Evans, Cheryl Johnson. Third row - Pam Roden, Debra Wise, Stephanie Tl
cre, Julie Farrow, Lynn King, Kim Livisay, Ree Nesbitt, Myra Mayes, Dana Johnson, Sherry Moon.
at row - Cleft-rightj - Karen McNabb, Gretal Holcomb, Amy Lummis, Patty McNulty, Janine Hagerman, Karen Watford,
hy Wester, Robyn Bobo, Jeannie Johnson, Connie Curl, Stacy Stancell, Carol Frisby, Regina Harwood. Second row- Ken
shell, Clayton Mills, Tyrus Foster, Robbie Driskell, Rocky White, Russell Wise, Martin Kircus, Amanda Tucker, Liz Pillitary,
ry McNulty, Janice George, Cindy Wain, Daphne Meadows. Third row - Alan Selby, David Riley, Kane Kulas, Greg Peoples,
y Butler, Zane Allsup, Robert Massey, Nick Hall, Ralph Dobbins, Tim Burgess, Keith Longshore, Scott Naylor, Kim Calloway,
Graduates - 1899
Gadsden High School
1. Bellenger, Mary Agnes
2. Caddell, Cora Bell
3. Caddell, Thomas Arthur
4. Chadwick, Rubye
5. Dortch, Mary Elizabeth
6. Hughes, Miles Preston
7. McDuffle, Annie Pearl
8. Nowlln, Corrie May
9. Wilson, Nell Gayle
10. Walker, Rosa Lola
ABOVE: 1980 Graduates - Allison Chandler, Kim Calloway, and Susan Lytle.
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Who are the Gadsden High School Tigers? Why are
Gadsden High Tigers Champions? As the poster indi-
cates many ingredients are necessary for the making of a
The G.H.S. Tigers of 1980 have proven that they pos-
sess all of these characteristics. The Tiger champions
may be any age and are found in all categories of aca-
demics, sports and service.
Listed among the numerous Tiger champions were: Mr.
Lloyd Miller, principal, was named Principal of the Year
by the P.T.S.A. for his endless devotion and service to the
schoolg The G.H.S. Quiz Bowl Team won first place in
THE KNOWLEDGE BOWL. They competed against six-
teen area schoolsg Mr. Benny Dean was named outstand-
ing PTSA President of both the city and stateg The PTSA
received many awards as the outstanding club in the city
and stateg The Tennis Team had an undefeated year and
went to regional competitiong Mr. Frank Mitchell, Presi-
dent of the Athletic Booster's Club, presented the school
with a check for S10,000g The Student Council Associa-
tion led the school to an outstanding year.
Top Ten Percent
20. Alan seiby
Valedictorian - Mary Semrick
Thirty students at Gadsden High, representing 17 percent of
the 1980 graduating class, have received scholarships, with
total four-year values amounting to S170,000,00. In addition,
seven other students have received grants-in-aid totaling
David Selby- Renewable Academic Honor, University of Montevallo
Robyn Bobo - Full Academic Honor Scholarship, Gadsden State
Randy Freeman - Three Academic Honor Scholarships, Samford University
Toni Jenkins - Academic Honor Scholarship, University of Montevallo
Carla Gray- Honor Academic Scholarship, Freed-Hardeman College
Tim Nolen - National Merit Semi-Finalist, Auburn University
Julie Farrow - Gadsden Legal Secretaries Scholarship, Gadsden State
Karen Watford - Guidance Scholarship and Delta Kappa Gamma Scholar-
ship, Jacksonville State University
Donna Benjamin - Basketball Scholarship, Tuskegee Institute
Lisa Lesley-Academic Scholarship, Freed-Hardeman College
Alvin Walker- McCellan's Scholarship, Alabama A 8. M University
Chris Johnson - Basketball Scholarship, Gadsden State
Connie Knight- Guidance Scholarship, Jacksonville State University
Floy Weaver- Full Scholarship, Gadsden State
Salutatorian - Charles Griffith
Derrick Ash - Football Scholarship, Jacksonville State University
Kathy Kulas - North Dakota, Martin Lodge Scholarship, University of Ala-
Sandy Campbell- Full Music Scholarship, Gadsden State
Anita McCarver - Full Academic Scholarship, Gadsden State
Theresa Ladd-Academic Honor Scholarship, University of Montevallo
Deena Sheffield - Alabama Business Women Scholarship, Gadsden State
Keith Brooks - Academic Scholarship, Gadsden State
Mary Semrick - Full Academic Honor Scholarships to the University of Mon-
tevallo and Mississippi College for Women, and 32,000 per year to Spring Hill
College. She will attend the University of Montevallo
Kay lvey - Pizitz Scholarship, University of Alabama
Zane Allsup -Academic Scholarship, Gadsden State
Linda Grice - Alternate Ballerina Scholarship, Jacksonville State Universityg
Alabama Veterans of Foreign Wars Scholarship
Gloria McPeters - Key Club Dollar-for-Scholar, Gadsden State
Laura Norton -Guidance Scholarship, Jacksonville State University
Myra Mayes - Alabama Veterans of Foreign Wars, University of Alabama
Charles 1Chipperj Griffith - Full Academic Scholarships to West Point, Uni-
versity of Montevallo, Berea College, Huntingdon College, Troy State Univer-
sity, Georgia Tech, Florida State, University of Alabama in Huntsville, and Uni-
versity of Alabama in Birmingham. He will attend Vanderbilt University.
James Vaughn - Kiwanis Club Scholarship, Gadsden State
The 1979-80 Gadsden High School
year has been a combination of reflec-
tion, reassessment and reorganization.
The traditions that made Gadsden High
one of the greatest schools in the state
have been revived. One of the finest and
most meaningful of these traditions has
been the Baccalaureate service. This
service was given an added dignity when
the entire faculty donned caps and
gowns of their individual college or uni-
versity and marched in the processional
with the graduating seniors. Graduates,
faculty, students and parents experi-
enced a resurgence of school spirit and
pride as this meaningful ceremony was
revived for the first time in many years at
Gadsden High School.
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TOP: Seniors enter the Baccalaureate Service. ABOVE LEFT: Teachers escort the gradu
ing class into the service. ABOVE: Seniors wait to be seated. LEFT: Seniors march
BELOW: Leaving the Baccalaureate Service presents a sad moment.
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the corner. TOP RIGHT: Hee Nesbitt and Laura Norton enjoy the
refreshments at the the reception following the service, ABOVE
LEFT: Seniors remember the old days. ABOVE: Daphne Meadows
and Mark Worley wait for the punch. LEFT: Chris Johnson, Greg
Ball, and Zane Allsup enjoy the reception.
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ABOVE LEFT: Kay Ivey and Linda Vreatt take a last minute look.
ABOVE: Rhonda Allen and Melissa Johnson practice the Alma Mater.
LEFT: Susan Henslee shows Joy Myracle how to wear her hat. BELOW
LEFT: Lori Stewarttakes a last minute breath. BELOW RIGHT: Toni Jen-
kins gets ready to put her cap on. BOTTOM LEFT: Carla Gray makes
sure Lisa Lesley's cap is on just right.
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ABOVE: Mr. Jack Floyd speaks to the graduating class. ABOVE: Mrs. Jim Martin sings the Lord's Prayer
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1137 W. Meighan Blvd.
Gadsden, AL 35901
Phone C2051 547-6936
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, 402 Chestnut St.
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I PD. Box 252 Telephone - 237-2895
2310 Old Gadsden Road
' Anniston, Alabama
F.H.A. Sweethearts Tina
P Golsby and Ann West
Renata Prater Trina Stephens Cynthia Rice
Klm Sanders Helantha Jones Angel McGee
Remta Prater Jamce Johnson Saundra Gadson
Sheena Zelgler Ruby Prater Sharon Sanders
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1979-1980 Gadsden High P.T.S.A. Ufficers
asident- Mr. Benny Dean
lV.-P. - Mr. Fred Sington
:lV.-P. - Mrs. Elaine McDuffie
cretary - Mrs. Karen Brooks
aasurer - Mrs. Dean Curl
ar. 81 Spirit. - Juanita Wilson
Health - Mrs. Ruth Chandler
Legislation - Mrs. Lillian Elliott
Cultural Arts - Mr. Curtis Whited
Mrs. Betty McCarver
Safety - Mr. Bennett Tucker
By Laws 81 Parliamentarian - Mrs.
Publicity - Mr. Lloyd Miller
Hospitality - Mrs. Brenda Miller
Juvenile Protection - Mrs. Gloria
Budget 8. Finance - Mrs. Jeanelle
izenship - Margaret Campbell Peggy Hester Parent 81 Family Education - Mrs.
Library - Dr. 81 Mrs. Gary B. Mills
CITY AWARDS STATE AWARDS
1. Best PTSA Outstanding Local Unit 1. Outstanding Program Award
2. Best Record Book 2. Largest C1 ,191J Member Increase
3. Citizenship 3. Best Parent Education
4. Character and Spiritual Education 4. Best Health Programs
7.100 Percent Membership
5. Outstanding Local Unit Award fBest in StateJ
6. Big Topper tover 1 ,000 membersj Award
They also won 15 awards in other categories
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RNETT, KATHY: 74, 76, 116, 118, 184,189. 67, 75, 84, 126, 129, 197,,23'I,
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RTONBOBERTWILLIAM1118, LELLlS,7STE VE:120. 85,125,204,233,126,235,237.
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SANDERS, KIMBERLY ANN: 77,
125, 190, 191, 236.
SANDERS, SHARON LANESA1 125,
SEM THERINE1 19,
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MARVIN: 82, 128, 218, 235.
ON, CHERYL LYNN: 22 121
JIMMY SCOTT 76 120
128 203 224 233 235
CECIL BOME 128
KIM TERIA: 128, 232.
TANNER, RODNEY: 129.
TAYLOR, LISA: 47, 77, 83, 116, 12
199, 201, 218, 224, 233, 235, 231
THRASHER, LANE: 129.
TONCRE, STEPHANIE MARIE: 76
129, 203, 238, 254.
UDAKA, GARY: 129, 227, 259.
UNDERWOOD, FELECIA: 130.
UNDERWOOD, RACHEL DENESE
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VICKERS, STEVEN: 130. A I
WALKER, WAYNE ALLEN: 130, 22
WARREN, SONJA: 74,130, 197.
WATSON, DONICE: 130, 227.
WATSON, GENICE: 131.
WATSON, JOHNNY LEVEN:131.
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RIS, DEBORAH: 159.
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TELLA, BRIAN: 159.
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IPAUL: 159. 230.
SELBY, RICHARD: 160,
TURNER, ALICE: 162, 241.
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A I 23 1 241. WATFORD, BETH:159,162, 232.
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