Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN)

 - Class of 1965

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Mah , I uw, , Af-f"."l.,,, 'A '1119"i"' Y ,1 fy. . x H I . V ' Y . guyz.. ' 'X 4 4 X vig' ,- - . A 5 15, - - . -I-5' .fly J 'H A fi., any N I1 ,, ,1, , , P.. r4.4 .mf ,lx v - ,.. -. X , I I -.1 " ' ' ' ':-,, :,,j', .. FT' Lf- , 1 , -A .rl -. - V 1 1 1 s r KA: ,V . ,Wu ' r . " .f ' ' 4 ,, gk , 5 X f . L L ,.l' ' ,. , I 'Q 7 ' 1 1 . ',Ef . u ' l,' T- . V1, " r .r ,-g. 1 ,-cl , BECK? K RK Picwmre Editor 0l'el,U0l" ". . . Though nothing can bring hack the hour Of splendor in the grass, of glory in the Hower, We will grieve not: rather final Strength in what remains hehinilf' . . . WORDSWORTH For the Class of ,65 cherished memories remain behind. We hope when you look back on your years here, you will remember particularly the spirit that has prevailed at G.P.S. This is our school -an atmosphere created of various moods . . . is trying to buy books on registration day.fDid I say 821.50 or S2250? Ola, let's start aver. !Confusion is trying to sell books to ninety frantic seventh grade mothersj Your :langla- ter takes what? But tl:vat's a freshman course.fAfter the school year gets under way, there is always a slow- moving traffic jam in the crowded ha1ls.!Mo1Je along, girlsf we're going to be late for cbapel.fConfusior1 is a state of great disorder, like the one that exists when it starts sleeting, hailing, snowing, and raining.fBut, Miss Tucker, I know Mather wants me to come l9ome.!There is usually a hurried exchange of greetings and other things in the halls.!Quicla, let me borrow your French bomeworle.fConfusion is G.P.S. at lunch time.!Hey, will yd clean my table for meP'!No one eats lnnch.flVe've just got time for a game of ping-pong.fRushing, milling students hurry to spelling class.!Ol9, excuse me.'fThe bus schedule always causes pandemonium especially in the Junior School.!Hurry,' we're going to miss the bus. lVl9at? You mean it's not coming toflay?!This is all happy confusion, the busy, rapid confusion synonymous with learning. F' X ' ' is doing something! Which is your table? I'll clean it.! for someone else when it! I"ue got the cloorg you go aheadjis not necessary. Perhaps it is most easily seen in the cafeteria!Wa1zt me to take your tray back?!or in the crowdedffm sorry, let me help you pick them up.! hallways. The less obvious types! Sure, I'd be glad to help you with your mathg what"s the prohlem?fof consideration are perhaps the most meaningfulfl got a B on the test,' thanks a million for helping me .vturly for it.f and most appreciated. At athletic events!You loole lost,' want me to show you where the gym is?f con- sideration may be sportsmanship on the part of the players!Y'all played a great gamej or spectato1's!Ssshhh, theyfre about to take a foul shot.fWherever G.P.S. girls show considerationfl-Iere, take my seat,' I dou't mimi standingjfor others, they are displaying the true spirit of G.P.S. . . ' 'JN Dew gn is participation in the chapel program every morning.fLet as stand and sing the first and last slanzes of hymn . . . X It is a time of reverence when Bible passages are recited by each class.!Attolo oculos meos in montes uncle oeniet auxilium mihijlt is the attention given to seniors as they speak of faith, truth, beauty, friendship, and happinessj Your chapel talla was wonderfullflt is the respect paid to the deserving leaders of the world.fSi1' Winston Churchill will go down in history as one of the greatest men of the twentieth centu1'y.!It finds expression in the Commencement exercise!Dr. Fowle, the chap- lain of the school, will deliver the henezlictionjand in the thought-provoking words of inspiring speakersj Reverend Mr. Peter C. Moore asks, "If Goal is -real . . .uflt is the opening prayer of the Student Council meet- ings and the Christian Youth Clubs. Devotion is the final reminder of Miss Tucker on Fridays.!Have a happy weekeml anal rlon't forget to go to church. I C is theiclose application of all mlentaliforces in attention to one thing. It is a necessity for that last-minute "review" 10 homer-oom.f That htstory test completely slipped my mind last night.!Absolute quiet is maintained in the study halls to allow the student to give her full attentionfPsst, do you have a date with Randy this weekend?! to her lessons. Concentration is vital while one is taking tests.!How could you have possibly have kept from hearing that class across the hall and that seventh grade kick ball game?!At lunch procrastinators depend upon it! Only ten more minutes and sixty more spelling words to gojand industrious students take it for granted.!Doesn't everyone do her homework at night?!There is the common application of concentration to more practical matters.fl'd much rather think about boys, food, or clothes than French grammar, Latin conjugations, or Ancient history.fEveryone who is taking semester exams knows that concentration is vitaljl know I can hnish the last discussion question, if the "No-Dozen doesn't wear of-f.fAll this concentration should sharpen dull minds, but somehow . . . I ,cf ' is that miserablefI'd like to shoot myselfjfeeling that comes when you find that F whatfl thought I understood atomic structure until . . . fyou thought you did right! You mean Falkner wasn't saying that . . . fwas wrong. It surrounds us!But how do you know that AB is parallel to CDP!constantly. It is felt when that per-fect!Miss Battle, I really did my homework, and I know every sentence was perfect. I just rlon't know where it could he.f homework paper disappears, or when you flnd that you just charged someone 555.501 Hey, what's her name? She owes us a dollarj for a 534.50 book. New stu- dents! Outside reading? Every week??! perhaps have the greatest sense of frustration as they learn, the hard way, the rules!! don't care who gave it to youg you can't wear letter sweaters from other schools.!and cus- toms!But 1 thought our hook report was the Monday nearest the twentieth.!of G.P.S. gy W 'ffll 'lli O is cheering the team on to victory even though the opponent is winning,f Go, team, go! Fight, team, fight! ll7in, team, winlfsitting up all night to make six Pep Club signs, and driving forty mi1esfOoltewah's not longer than forty-five minutes from the foot of the Monntainj the day before a six weeks, test to see G.P.S. defeated. It is attending more than the three required basketball games!To he on the star roll a girl must have seen seven or more games.!and staying to see the B team play more than two quarters. It is racing to sign up for tournaments!Be sure to :but my name on the Blue list!! before being solicited by the team's captain.!Ya'll please enter the swim meetfflt is collecting toys at Christ- mas! Come over to my house Saturday afternoon and help us make doll clothes! and delivering them to needy children.!E11eryhorly meet at school, and we will proceed from there to the Bass's housejlt is preparing for a dancefDo you have the sixth no-hreala fillerl?for a class trip.!Who are you rooming withPfIf there are en- thusiastic and interested workers, anything is possible. ' is the willingness to do one's part with an agreeable attitude. It is following instruc- Z tions as they are assignedfYour book report will be a week from today.!without complaining or making excuses.fBut, we have a big chemistry test on that dayfflt is volunteering readily when the teacher asks for volunteers.!Wfho will 'volunteer to do an experiment for the open house?fIt is not leaving all the work to one person on a committeefls there anyway 1 can help with the May Day costu1nes?f or choosing only the easy jobsjl can stay every day this week and work on the alecorationsjlt is accepting the decision of the majority, although it may be different from your own.fSince I'm outnumbered, I guess we will follow your suggestiomflt is abiding by the rules and regulations of the school!I'rl love to go, but it would be an unexcused absencejand upholding the honor system.fShe wasn't the only one talking. She was just answering my q1zestiorz.fWhat is cooperation?fCooperation is the keynote of a good school. E 5 1' is the enjoyment of the company of other people. There is the pre-homeroom news re- ly port.fHa11en't you heard? She got his ringg let's embarrass her at lunch by singing congratulations.fAt G.P.S. there is the friendly, companionable atmosphere found only in small schoolsj I know this is the junior section, but there arenit any more Senior chairs.fCheerfu1 greetings are exchanged in the halls.fFirst period had a chemistry test!!The students help each other.!Don't you think it's about time you started doing your own homework?fThere are carefree conversations at lunch.! Guess who called last night.fThe teachers are close to the students and eager to help.!How could you not understand this? W'e've been over it thirty-three times.fThere is the companionship of teammates playing basketball.!Of course it counts for the other team when a guard makes a goal.fThe Black and Blue games cause enthusiasm and good sportsrnanship.!How come I always end up blacle and blue?!The fun of G.P.S. dances comes mainly from the decoratingg there is a certain bustling cheerfulness.!Please hand me the . . . Hey! Wfill ya listen.'!Of course the dances themselves are fun.fMiss Tucker, I'd like you to meet uhh . . . 73 ibechcafion MRS. M. O. CLARK Bustling from ll5 with an armload of books, entertaining a college representative over a lunch table, teaching Junior spelling, and trying to prepare her Seniors for the world outside G,P.S., Mrs. Clark is a quiet, ever-dependable force, helping to keep G.P.S. running smoothly. ln the classroom, Mrs. Clark broadens our knowledge of the world's literature, or patiently makes a last attempt to teach us the funda- mentals of English grammar. As sponsor of the Kaleidoscope, Mrs. Clark keeps everyone on schedule, offers a timely word of encouragement, and eagerly helps out with the most tedious of odd iobs. To the Senior Class Mrs. Clark is a special friend-"just one of the girls." With a sincere interest in each of us, she works tirelessly to get us into the college of our choice. She reioices with us in our achievements and offers sympathetic understand- ing in our disappointments. As we sit in homeroom, Mrs. Clark scolds us for mis- behaving or, more often, offers an appreciated compliment. She fondly confesses, "I can talk about you, but no one else can." Ever ready to defend us, give us friendship or advice, Mrs. Clark means a great deal to this year's Senior Class. And it is with special pleasure and great appreciation that we dedicate "your" annual, Mrs. Clark, to you. N31 " 1 .I tu" 'wmfwl "- Tis Q Waals we , 5 'A Co-Editor Juojr DAUQHXERTYU Co-Edimji ,. 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HES H an REBS mmm MISS ANNE CALDWELL Maid of Honor MISS DOTTIE GOREE Most Popular enior ulaerfafiued I I MISS PATRICIA YANDLE MISS DOROTHY GAGER Mosf Versatile Most Likely to Succeed X , E In ' ' I ss . ,. 1 w- MISS BETSY DWYER MISS ANN BUTTERFIELD Mosf Congeniul Most Considerclfe I281 enior MISS JEANNINE HUGUELET Most Feminine . ' usa--,, . .I 1 A j., - I .- .1-II QE... ,,-A HL. . If Il, I' .. 'J' MISS JESSICA HOBBS Mos? Vivacious ulaerfafiued MISS BETSY COTTER Cufest MISS DIANE GOULD Wiffiesf i291 N59 N mmm HE Q ' wgm H. as-55 51Hi'f2M Wiieggig Wgf Bmw may nga S ,J H 5 H H H W,., Qs 52 0 ,A gia gmm 'sgi mm 1 d f . u rhw T f Q- 5 . Ji df yr like mgim si, sw. ' I'n .w',.. W .I 0 11 ' s Q , B n wg E wx: Wm- Q viii- an A Q Q Si . s Artiuitivn Cgzwlenf Counci Students tend to think that school is an impersonal institution in which they play a very insignificant part. The fallacy of this statement is evident in the Student Council, which sets and maintains the standards of the school. Every girl is represented in this governing body by classmates whom she elects to this position. Students themselves, not teachers, determine the punishment for violations of the rules of the school. The Honor Court, a section of the Student Council, deals with problems of cheating, lying, and stealing. . OFFICERS Windy Lundy ........ ....................... ........... P r esident Diane Gould ......... ..v.......... ....... V i ce President Betsey King ....... ............... . ..,........ Secretary Sponsors Mrs. E. T. Schmidt ' Mrs. A. J. Poston Miss Elizabeth Battle STUDENT COUNCIL HONOR COURT Twelfth Joyce Dubrov Diane Gould Windy Lundy Twelfth Joyce Dubrov Diane Gould Windy Lundy Pat Yandle Pal Yandle ' Eleventh Eleventh Jan Silverstein Betsey King Carolyn'Weigel Tenth Eighth ' Tenth Eighth Dorothy Robb Louise Chamberlain Margaret Carden Barbara Buttram Ninth Seventh Ninth Seventh Emily Bryan Sally Macnamara Mary McKenzie Teresa Snow T321 Keeping up with the records for the Student Council is another job for vice-president, Diane Gould. Windy Lundy, student body president, hands gavel to her successor, Jon Silverstein. Juniors "Tip Through the Tulips" at the annual talent show. T331 Wafiona! .jwlonor .Sbciefy The girls who are members of the National Honor Society at G.P.S. are among the most outstanding members of the iunior and senior classes. To be considered for membership, a girl must have a 3.8 average, display qualities of scholarship, leadership, service and character and receive the approval of the faculty. Among the activities of the Honor Society are the recognition of girls in the upper grades who display exceptional scholarship and the presentation of the Freshman Cup. OFFICERS Dorothy Gager ....., Carla Armstrong. Miss Lois Moyer ..... Betty Branch Ann Butterfield Carolyn Carter Mabry Chambliss Judy Daugherty Joyce Dubrov Sheryl Effron Diane Gould MEMBERS Betsey King Becky Kirk Windy Lundy Betty Marye Elisabeth Pearson Debbie Ryan Ruth Shelton .lan silvetrsfein T341 .......President .......Secretary .........Sponsor Suzanne Smith Cindy Stuart Ann Swaftord Carolyn Taylor Nancy Trotter Carolyn Weigel Patricia Yandle Ginger York eruice eague iFEBLii A Service League girl is easily identifiable by the blue and white badge of efficiency and competence which she wears while on duty. Although a study desk is provided for her, she rarely finds time between her errands to use it. ln addition to acting as messenger, she collects absentee-slips, greets visitors with a charming smile and helpful hand, and performs any other task which is necessary. As the office staff will readily admit, the service which these girls render to the school is invaluable. Martha McCravey ........ Nancy Worley ............. Mary Navarre ................. Mrs. Mary C. Heindel ...... OFFICERS MEMBERS Frances Adams Margaret Allen Paula Anderson Gwin Bader Susan Blevins Peggy Brown Emily Bryan Betsy Coldwell Octavia Chambliss Marie Cochran Louise Crutchfield .loy Curtis Peggy Dickinson Rosann Effron Ellen Espy Sally Gilman Mary Hagan Carol Ann Hixson Anne Ingalls Lora Beth Kayler Karen Kimball Sherry Kissinger Sissy Law Dorothy leader Connie Leech Martha Ling Christine Long Susie Mastin Mary McKenzie Hilary Popham Patty Bullard Margaret Carden Peggy Cissna Charlene Cook Peg Cooley Ann Corley Susan Crawford Karen Derrick Deborah Dombrosky Merie Donaldson Marsha Gerow Barbara Gott Terry Griffith Lynn Grisard Susan Gunnell Ann Hodge Elizabeth Huff ' Sophomores Barbara Jones Mary Laws Helen McCallie Martha McCravey Mollie McGauley Libba McNeill Sherred Milligan Elizabeth Miller Robin Nash L351 ' Freshmen ' ............President Vice President Secretary ...........Sponsor l l L,-I Gail Robinson Carol Rothberger Gigi Ruddock Phyllis Salisbury Sara Scarbrough Susan Scott Patricia Sivils Karen Smith Peggy Stewart Susan Stimson Betsy Thedford Gail Thomas Kathy Thomison Ann Tomlinson Allison Ulin Elizabeth Wann Barrett Webster Nancy Wey Jocelyn Wheat Nancy Worley Mary Navarre Catherine Nelson Leslie Norman Susie Osborne Susan Rawlings Dorothy Robb Janelle Roberts Lynda Ray Rowe Ann Scarbrough Barbara Simmons Barbara Toms Susan Troy Karen Wagner Janet Walker Jan Yarbrough Ellen Yates Sheri Yates olggfafg The orderliness and neatness of the library is due to the constant care given to it by a group of freshmen whose duty it is to keep the shelves clean and the books properly arranged. As assistants to the librarian, they file cards, write over-due notices, check in books, and decorate the bulletin boards with attractive posters. Each year representatives attend a workshop where they share new ideas and learn new methods that enable them to improve the facilities of the library. OFFlCERS Gail Robinson ,. ...,.......,.... ,, ..,... President Elizabeth Wann ..... ......s. S ecretary MEMBERS Mrs T W Bridge ,,..... . ....... . . ...............,.,.,.,.. Sponsor Paula Anderson Emily Bryan Betsy Caldwell Joy Curtis Ellen Espy Karen Kimball Mary McKenzie Susan Mastin Libba Morris Gail Robinson Carol Rothberger Phyllis Salisbury Sara Scarbrough Patty Sivils Allison Ulin Elizabeth Wann Barrett Webster mm... cm The enthusiastic response to this year's Welfare Drive, which exceeded all previous goals, demonstrated the ioy of sharing with others. Members of the Welfare Club determine how this money is to be allocated among the various organizations. A large portion goes to the support of a little Korean girl, named Moon Young Ae, who is a favorite correspondent with the G.P.S. girls. Once a year the Welfare members till Red Cross boxes with useful items to be sent to foreign countries and donate clothes to the Goodwill Industries. They cooperate with the Tennessee Department of Welfare to provide a merry Christmas for children in foster homes. OFFICERS MEMBERS PGTSY lines ------.,---... ................... ........ P r esident Susan Grant ....,.......... ,,.,,,,, S ecretary Twelfth Grade Mrs. R. S. Courtney ...........................................................,...,.,,...........,,.,,...,,, Sponsor Patsy lines , , Susan Grant Eleventh Grade Joyce Bartholomew Tenth Grade Donna Oehmig Ninth Grade Mary Hagan o Eighth Grade Dabney James Seventh Grade Julie Robinson gg enior Ckridfian youd: Rev. Ernest Cushman of St. Andrew's Methodist Church speaks to CYC. The Christian Youth Club has centered its activities this year around trying to understand better the applications of Christianity to daily living and around helping others. At the meetings which are held twice a month, in- teresting speakers come to tell the members of C.Y.C. about their experiences, or the girls show their ability to plan and lead discussions. The club selected a needy family to help during the year, and the proiect has proved a good one. At Christmas the response was wonderful with many members visiting the family to deliver the toys, food, clothing, and Christmas decorations donated by the club. OFFICERS Barbara Jones ....... .,.....,....... ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, P r egidenf Betsy Tl1edf0I'd -....- ,....... V ice President Barbara Steele ............ ,,.,,.,,,,. S ecretgry OClClVlG Cl1GI11bllSS .......... ,.,,4,,, T reqgurer Mrs. A. C. Richardson .....,.. . ............. ,,,,,,,, S pgngor Betsy Bellah Susan Blevins Peggy Bridgers Judy Bright Betty Bullard Patty Bullard Janice Card Martha Chalkley Octavia Chambliss Peggy Cissna Marie Cochran Ann Conroy Peg Cooley Susan Crawford Weezie Crutchfield Weezie Davenport Karen Derrick Merie Donaldson Ellen Espy Diane Flatt Margaret Fowler Marsha Gerow Susan Gilbert Ginnie Gilman Sally Gilman Barbara Gott MEMBERS Beth Green Linda Green Mary Hagan Lisa Harrison Kathy Hasselle Kathy Houck Helen Humphreys Mary Lou Johnson Barbara Jones Sissy Law Dorothy Leader Biddy Leal Connie leech T381 Susan Mastin Elizabeth McDonald Libba McNeill Jill McNew Becky Miller Libba Morris Anne Nixon Debbie Rothberger Lynda Rowe Phyllis Salisbury Anne Scarbrough Barbara Simmons Mary Smartt Nancy Smartt Karen Smith Barbara Steele Peggy Stewart Sharon Sullivan Betsy Thedford Gail Thomas Diana Thompson Karen Thompson Libby Wann Nancy Worley Jan Yarbrough Chridfian orum V . 7 Q i f ' ' Q ln' .1-.... Members of Christian Forum learn about different denominations . . . . . . and entertain their young friends at Christmas. The Christian Forum started the year off by learning from G.P.S. students about the different Protestant denominations represented at school. In order to further their knowledge of Christianity, the club members have invited speakers from various fields-from a religious education worker to a student ata local military academy. For meetings when no outside speaker is planned, the girls themselves plan interesting programs using tapes and other devices to aid in discussion. At Christmas the members of Christian Forum gave a party for children from the Wesley Community Center and 'found that they had as much fun as their young friends. OFFICERS Martha Gaither ..,..,..,...,......,,.. ....... - ....... ............... P r esident Jeanne Donaldson .....,,....,.,......,, ........ V ice President Sharon Mills, Pam Alexander ......... ......... S ecretary Sharon Flatt .....................,.......... ......... T reasurer Mrs. Carolyn L. Plunket ............ ..............,.. ........ S p onsor MEMBERS Sharon Adamson Pam Caughman Janet Gwin Charlotte Montague Carolyn Thompson Pam Alexander Betsy Cotter Carol Green Missy McCamy Donna Trail Lynn Algabraok Kathy Crawford Jessica Hobbs Anne Maclellan Pam Webster Sarah Bagwell Helen Davis linda Holsomback Betty McGee Nita Welch Edith Ann Barger Nancy Davis Suzanne Honeycutt Laura Navarre Flowerree Whitaker Esther Barnwell Margaret Dickas Jeannine Huguelet Ann Perkins Mary Alice Witt Joyce Bartholomew Jeanne Donaldson Patsy Lines Peggy Rawlings Paula Whittle Diane Buchanan Carolyn Drake Sharon Liner Sherrill Rucks Mary Wright Martha Butler Kathie Faucette Alice Lupton Pat Schlemmer Susan Yates Anne Caldwell Katie Fields Taylor Manson Gloria Smith Virginia York Jean Campbell Sharon Flatt Sandy Mills Margaret Spurling Christine Young Martha Gaither Sharon Mills Elaine Strickland Patsy Gott Mary Mitchell Mary Joyce Tarver T391 euenflz grade 6!u'i5fian youd: The Seventh Grade Christian Youth Club has been one of the school's most active clubs this year. Its members have placed religious emphasis posters on the school bulletin boards at appropriate times. At Christmas they decorated the Orange Grove School for the Mentally Retarded. Their Easter proiect was the planning and giving of a party and Easter Egg Hunt for the children of Min-Tom Orphanage. Through these proiects and discussions at their meetings, the members of the Seventh Grade CYC have tried to increase their knowledge of the practical applications of Christianity. OFFICERS Anne Clarke, Stuart Folts .............,., Co-Presidents Jenny Robinson ..,..... ....... S ecretary Jean Gildersleeve ............... ........ V ice President Ella Frances Brown ...... ,...... T reasurer Mrs. Alfred E. Smith ......... ......... ..........,....,,.,................ ....,.,,. ......... S p o n sor MEMBERS Debbie Allen Ella Frances Brown Margaret Caldwell Anne Clark Susan Cochran Susan Cooper Patti Davenport Judy Dick Stuart Folts Helen Gaither Annette Gault Jean Gildersleeve Allison Goree Gale Graham Harriet Greene Linda Gregory Jane Hutcherson Marcia Johnson Glenn Lore Mary Ann McAllester Debbie McDonough Sally Macnamora lf40J Susan Massey Patti Nelson Jenny Robinson Julie Robinson Teresa Rothberger Vicki Shrader Teresa Snow Patricia Templeton Jean Theclford Polly Trotter Marie Williams 141-f mrLaAop4 "Qu ---nge Z' - I!.',,4? zu- , -J' 1.4 ,.. These clubs are uniqueg their members don't listen to lectures or singg they work. Even work can be fun. Miss Myers helps the Art Workshop members make props for dances and plays and mats for the Art Show. For one period a week the girls prepare for school productions. Their bright, original Christmas decorations bring cheer to dull December days. The ingenious scenes for the dances bring praise even from reluctant dates. It takes dedi- cated club members and a dedicated Miss Myers to get everything ready on time. The membership is open to anyone who is willing to do a little work. SENIOR ART WORKSHOP OFFICERS Peggy Rawlings ...,... .........,. .,..,.,..... ' ................Presldent Mary Mitchell .......,..,... ........ .......... ........ V i c e President Joyce Bartholomew ........ ....s.......Secretary Miss Louise Myers .....,,. ....,.....,...... ..,....... ............ S p 0 nsor MEMBERS Pat Galloway linda Holsomback Linda Martin Carolyn Thompson Katie Fields Sharon Flatt JUNIOR ART WORKSHOP OFFICERS ..........,.....President ........Vice President Debby Allen ....... Glenn Lore ..... ......, v ,....... . ....... . Mindy Leventhal .,..... ............Secretary Miss louise Myers ....t.......,. , ....... ........,,. .................v.... , .... .............. S p 0 nsor MEMBERS Debby Alper Travis Bibb Stephanie Bigley Ella Frances Brown Nancy Campbell Patty Davenport Judy Dick Dorothy Dunkerley Margie Franklin Stuart Folts Annette Gault Lynn Golden Harriet Greene Ellen Hicks Susan Hudson Jane Hutcherson Kathy Hutchison Marcia Johnson Martha Killelter Ellen Kovacevich Mary McAllester Sally Macnamara Cindy Nash Patti Nelson Suzanne Nichols Mindy Pregulman Shirley Raider T411 Jenny Robinson Teresa Rothberger Beth Soloft Ada Anne Smith Patricia Templeton Barbara Terry Polly Trotter Ellen West Phyllis Voigt gigfafk grcwle Currenf guenfd Col. Devere Armstrong was one of the speakers to the Current Events Club. Tired ofthe same old clubs year in and year out? Want to change your pace? Then ioin the Current Events Club. These clubs, which are among the.,most popular at G.P.S., have doubled and tripled their membership. In fact, 'there are so many members that they have been unable to have any field trips this year. Every two weeks, however, they have had as speakers some ot the well-known personalities of Chattanooga. The program is always inter- esting and informative, and anyone may come. Come alive, the Current Events Club way. OFFICERS .....,.......President Susan Chester ....... Pat Lee .............. .........Vice President Marilyn Sizer ........ .............Secretary Cannon Wann. ....... , ......,.. Treasurer Mrs. E. D. Walter ....... Sally Allison Corinne Anderson Josephine Bishop Martha Campbell Teresa Chappell Susan Chester linda Chabot Ma rgaret Chu rchwell Nancy Curtis Peggy Davenport Diane Davis Donna Davis Janice Delaney Carmen Deloach Jane Demos Peggy Douglas Marty Drake Amy Durand lee Finley Julie Gilman MEMBERS Bonnie Graves Laura lhrig Sally Johnson Martha Killefter Marie Kirk Ginny Landis Laura Leach Bonnie Leal Pat Lee Jane little T421 Allyson McElroy Chris Miller Hilda Mills Dana Murdock Melissa Parham Becky Ray Sue Rubenstein Marilyn Sizer Missie Snodgrass Sheryl Speer ....,....Sponsor Garnette Stoner Susan Strickland Brenda Thomas Shirley Thompson Cannon Wann Flossie Weill Nancy Wilson lee Wood Anne Woodruff Ellen Young enior urrenf gluenffi W1 Before the election, club members learned from Mrs. Livingston about the Democratic Party . . . OFFICERS Susan Yates ....... ..,...,,.......... Laura Navarre ...... W Mrs. Yates .......... MEMBERS Sarah Bagwell Barbara Jones Joyce Bartholomew Jane Kirk Patty Bullard Mary Laws Patricia Bryan Pamela Caughman Peg Cooley Anne Corley Sissy Davenport Helen Davis Katie Fields Margaret Fowler Pat Galloway Lynn Grisard Barbara Gott Janet Gwin Ann Hodge Nancy Hudlow Alice Lupton Helen McCallie Martha McCravey Neal McKinney libba McNeil Sharon Mills Laura Navarre Mary Navarre Catherine Nelson Leslie Norman Donna Oehmig Suzy Osborne Ann Perkins i431 ...and from Mr. Carbaugh about the Republican Party ..,....President .....,.Secretary Peggy Rawlings Brooke Ray Betty Jean Reavis Sherri Rucks Jan Silverstein Lynne Smith Barbara Steele Lane Thomas Barbara Toms Karen Wagner Flowerree Whitaker Paula Whittle Renee Wood Carolyn Weigel Happy Yates Susan Yates Ginger York Sponsor Although any student may take modern dance, there are only a few who become expert enough to be members of Terpsichord, the varsity of modern dance, which ofiters an opportunity tor creative dance experience. The tryouts are diFticuIt with keen competition, and the girls accepted find themselves hard at work most of the year. The annual Terpsichord Concert, in which each member takes a very active part, is held in February. The hours ot planning and practice pay off when the members put their talents on public display. As soon as the program is over, the members of Terpsichord begin hard work on the May Day dances, for they are the ones who choreograph and teach each dance. erlafi icA0r Sharon Adamson Helen Bacon Betty Branch Ann Butterfield Anne Caldwell Lynda Collins Charlene Cook Betsy Cotter Sissy Davenport MEMBERS Jane Ellis Patsy Gott Carol Green Nicki Greenberg Debbie Hagaman Nancy Hudlow Alice Lupton Ann Perkins T441 Brooke Ray Gloria Smith Margaret Spurling Carolyn Taylor Donna Trail Nita Welch Renee Wood Mari Wright Susan Yates Preddeni nSponsor jkeafer .xdrfa Cfudo "The Birds' Christmas Carol" was one example of the fine skill and talent of the members of the Theater Arts Club. ln addition to providing the opportunity for members to display their dramatic achievements, the play gave girls behind the scene a chance to perfect other techniques which they had learned. They were responsible for all the scenery, lighting, make-up, programs, cos- tumes, publicity, and properties. By coordinating their eltorts, the Senior and Junior Theater Arts Clubs presented a truly superb performance, a visual proof that long hours of practice and co- operative group participation produce worthwhile results. Carol Green ....... Taylor Manson ....... OFFICERS SENIOR .............President .........Vrce President THEATER ARTS MEMBERS ' Seniors ' Ca rol Green Martha Gaither Anne Maclellan Taylor Manson Lynn Oakes """" """"' S ecrelmy Diane Gould lynn Oakes Anne Maclellan ...... ......... T reasurer - juniors - Mrs. James Hitt ..... ...Sponsor Pat Galloway Pam Parker O O O JUNIOR THEATER ARTS - Freshmen - OFFICERS ' Sophomores Gwin Bader ' Lynne Smith ...... ........................v ........-...-. P I' eSldeI1l Belsy Bellch Susan Blevins Peggy Bridgers ..... ................... V ice President Peggy Bridgers Margaret Brown Marie Cochran ..... .......... S ecretary Judy Brigh, Betsy Caldwell Terry Griffith ........ ....... T reasurer P B Octavia Chambliss Mrs. James Hitt ....... ....... ........... .... .......... . . . ............. 5 p Or1S0r eggy 'own Genie Clarkson Betty Bullard Marie Cochmn MEMBERS Martha Chalkley Ann Conroy Margaret Hitt Diane Lyke Nancy Smartt Susan Crawford Louise Crutchfield Joy Curtis Peggy Dickinson Rosann Effron Mary Hagan Janet Hampton Kathy Hasselle Debbie Hawkins Carol Ann Hixson Mary lou Johnson Lora Beth Kayler Sherry Kissinger Frances Law Dorothy leader Connie Leech Martha Ann ling Elizabeth McDonald Elizabeth Morris Mary Patten Hilary Popham Sarah Robinson Sara Scarbrough Susan Scott Patty Sivils T461 Karen Smith Susan Stimson Betsy Thedford Elizabeth Wann Barrett Webster l.ynn Webster Alice Williams Laura Wilson Virginia Gilman Terry Griffith Elizabeth Harrison Lynda Rowe Lynne Smith Sharon Sullivan Susan Troy .7Aeafer .Arid C7165 Theater Arts members paint scenery for "The Birds' Christmas Carol." Diane Gould, as Mrs. Bird, teaches her brood good posture. i471 unior Le On Monday, Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, the halls of G.P.S. are filled with the sound of the three glee clubs practicing. Under Mrs. Glenn's able direction, these clubs perform several times each year. The Junior Glee Club is a training ground for eighth and ninth graders who plan to ioin the Senior Glee Club later. As members of the Senior Glee Club, sophomores, iuniors, and seniors interested in singing enioy working on music for their performances. This year they sang at the Terpsichord program in addition to the traditional concerts at Christmas and Commence- ment. From the Senior Glee Club, Mrs. Glenn selects the members of the Varsity Glee Club, which presents special selections at Glee Club programs and occasionally sings for civic groups. SENIOR GLEE CLUB OFFICERS Martha Butler ....... Ginger Sliger ........ Carolyn Carter ...... Pam Alexander ' Lynn Alsobrook 'Martha Bowen 'Betty Branch 'Diane Buchanan Barbara Bullington 'Varsity Glee Club Ellen Espy ............... Carol Rothberger ..., Mimi Allen Josephine Bishop Martha Campbell Sally Christensen Rosemary Colburn Drue Davis President Carolyn Thompson ......... Vice President Sandy Mills ................ ,..,......Secretary 'Martha Butler 'Carolyn Carter 'Carolyn Curtis Jeanne Donaldson Merie Donaldson Dorothy Gager Janice Delaney Ellen Espy Elaine Fleissner Carol Frederickson Chappell Gass Susan Gilbert MEMBERS 'Susan Grant 'Lynn Green Janet Gwin Lisa Harrison Suzanne Honeycutt 'Jeannine Huguelet JUNIOR GLEE CLUB OFFICERS Missy McCamy Judy McDaniel 'Sherred Milligan Ann Rawlings 'Ginger Sliger 'Gloria Smith President Sally Gilman, Anne Hawkins... Vice President Sandy Mills ................,,....-..,... MEMBERS Leoma Gilley Sally Gilman Anne Hawkins Kathy Houck Karen Kimball Christine Long T483 Carol Rothberger Gigi Ruddock Marilyn Sizer Gayle Smith Jeanne Stanley Brenda Thomas .............Treasurer .......,Accompanist Kit Smith 'Elaine Strickland 'Carolyn Thompson 'Susan Troy 'Ma ry Alice Witt 'Christine Young ...,..........Secretary ..,..,...Accompanist Kathy Thomison Jo Wheat Karen Wheeler Lee Wood l -'QM Y ,Q:.5,T1A' enior Le WS' Uardifg gde i491 gif, Creafiue wfifing Jar This organization requires only one thing: that a girl be interested in writing. If she is truly interested, she will want to improve her skills. The club, under the guidance of Mrs. Scholten, studies literay techniques and their employ- ment by the members in their own creative efforts. Through critical analysis of great literature and of their own attempts, the members learn from ex- perience. It is hoped that this training will prove invaluable in college. The membership is open primarily to sophomores. MEMBERS Sharon Flatt Terry Griffith Linda Holsomback Elizabeth Huff Robin Nash Catherine Nelson Leslie Norman Barbara Toms Ellen Yates i501 OFFICERS .....,..President Sharon Adamson ..... .....,. S ecretary Mrs Dick Thomas ....,.....,. A....... ...... S p onsor MEMBERS fe, cm in It is impossible to walk through the halls without encountering some evidence of the existence of the Pep Club. Every available space notifies students of forthcoming sports events and encourages them to support the athletic teams with their presence. Original and intriguing signs emphasize the importance of basketball and volleyball games, swimming meets, and tennis matches. The Pep Club keeps an accurate record of the attendance of each class and, at the end of the year, gives an award to the class which exhibits the most school spirit. Sharon Adamson Peggy Bridgers Merie Donaldson Nicki Greenberg Elizabeth McDonald Susan Mastin Ann Perkins Donna Trail T511 Wafh CLA . J The Math Club is composed of sophomores, iuniors and seniors who are especially interested in that subiect. lts programs this year have been pro- vided by the club members, by students from Baylor and McCallie, and by other outside speakers. Among the subiects discussed were the Golden Sec- tion, l.B.M. computers, probability, clock math and the book Flatland. Some of the iuniors and seniors in the club are also members of Mu Alpha Theta, the national mathematics club. OFFICERS Carolyn Curtis .... Lynn Green ........ Betty Branch ....... Miss Lois Moyer ..... President ,...,..Vice-President ,...,.....,Secretary .......,Sponsor Sarah Bagwell Barbara Bulington Martha Bowen Charlene Cook Sheryl Effron Sharon Flatt Anne Flegal Janet Gwin lisa Harrison Anne Hodge linda Holsomback Jane Kirk MEMBERS f52 1 Martha McCravey Jill McNew Ann Marland Mary Navarre Ann Rawlings Janelle Roberts Sharon Sullivan Karen Wagner Janet Walker Ginger York Christine Young WMA an .gzience 6xAi6if Baffled parents realize how much chemistry has changed since their high school days. Carolyn Curtis demonstrates the ion exchange method of softening water. X- !! wig- f.. . Tl, Freshmen find the general science exhibit entertaining as well as informative. Complexities of the heart intrigue visitors to the Junior School science department. lf53l z 1. ,R a ,mes 5 ..x 1 M 9 . fi if X V mm H , X B E Sf' 21 KTM S'gXS1g 'M v wa as H B -:Q B8 SS gg' H KE 9 wc , E254 mm mi? QQ-5 EVN! .5 A, r-rg ' B ss ,. N E! , , .,. S"fw"f , . 5- .::,,.:. W E E E iw new . -W "I na- ww HS mm' E E E- 4 Jil 1 ..... ' N Q .:.:, ' ":' z ' " N322 1. nf mg f ZH, P 'g g 1 'f , 5 FK -:mf . 2- :Ji E f 1 W gf ' 2 - :www 1 21 v ,EQ E QQ H A155 Q wawm . mx S E .Wi zz H K EPP sf 2 E rgfs ,Q 5511-' '11 Uv' C5 Y., . ff .mm X 1 Iguhliratinmi f, Picture Editors Becky Kirk, Ann Butterfield, and Elisabeth Pearson look over their busy schedule. The ideal Annual Board would be original, witty, and hardworking, how- ever, in our hurry to get the annual out on time, we sometimes forget these ideals. Whether we are busily creating "the biggest and best annual yetu or seHing school supphes oriust goofing off, we enioy getting to know each other better. Mrs. Clark, our wise and panentsponson occadonaHy has to prod or censor, but we gladly dedi- cate this annual to her. i561 Mrs. Clark offers a worcl of advice . ,L 4 . . P. 1 , u .'r 5 ' "2 Pl si ".'.,- ' 5-!',..g. .lj 1, ,- f J' 'J ' ss "?l fi 1 Hutcheson Bader and Eloise Hagan clip and paste pictures which . Co-Editors Judy Dougherty and Cindy Stuart have selected. H 9-- ',. -?'.,,,l' 0 fig E' 1 tt F ,A ig Literary Editors Judy McDaniel, Carla Armstrong, and Dorothy Gcxger ure supposed to write captions, but . . . i573 .S?afic .,.- Y" l. . :Ju-. .a,, Tv-. l W, 1 'i .K Miss Moore and Editor Betty Marye proofread the next issue of the "Static," Keeping students informed about the school's activities are the able and observant reporters of the "Static." Composed of iuniors and four sopho- mores, the staff publishes six papers a year that not only relate the news but also ofter interesting feature articles on varied subiects. Although the purpose of the "Static" is to report school events as they happen and with- out preiudice, the second aim is to win a superior rating. Inspired by this goal and working tirelessly to improve each issue, the press members always succeed in publishing a paper that deserves much credit. Betty Mqrye ,,,,,,, ...,., E ditor-in-Chief Carolyn Carter ......,. Mqriqn Kidd ,4.,,,,,, .,....,....,.......... N ews Editor Betsey Kung .............,.,..,.., Linda Standefer ,,,,,,, ...................... F eature Editor Jeanne Donaldson .i............. Miss Roberta Moore ...........,.............,..................... Sponsor REPORTERS Sharon Adamson Jean Campbell Debbie Dombrosky Sheryl Effron Lyn Grisard Susy Osborne i581 Karen Palmquist Betty Jean Reavis Debbie Ryan Jan Silverstein Barbara Simmons Carolyn Weigel ........Society Editor .........Sports Editor ........Picture Editor sv , wg, -' Reporters smile of the results of their efforts, but fhere's always the nexi one to worry about. Ei K 1 .Ek Vi. 1 f' 5 f 1' X Q 5 I .7-Xthlviirn .Afhdfic .xdfiaociafion 2- -Ny owne.: The captains ofthe Black and Blue teams, who comprise the Athletic Associa- tion, outline the program of intramural sports. Since every girl belongs to one of the teams and wants her team to win, a very entertaining spectacle occurs when the teams play against each other. The friendly rivalry that exists not only between the players but also among the spectators creates a spirit of competition within the school that is unequaled and that remains throughout the years. CAPTAINS BLACK BLUE Twelfth Grade Twelfth Grade Nancy Trotter Mari Wright Eleventh Grade Eleventh Grade Claire Hailey Charlotte Montague Tenth Grade Tenth Grade Dale Davis Debby Dombrosky Ninth Grade Ninth Grade Sara Scarbrough Betsy Caldwell Eighth Grade Eighth Grade Lee Wood Ruth Oehmlg Seventh Grade Seventh Grade Cathy Baker Harriet Greene I 62 1 CA QQPACL 6!2l"6 G?" ' Dressed in their pale blue outfits, the cheerleaders add a great deal to athletic events. Their presence increases enthusiasm and spirit at games, helping to show the players the whole school is supporting them. Planning pep rallies and practicing cheers keeps them quite busy all year long. Twelfth Grade Betsy Cotter Dottie Goree Eleventh Grade Helen Bacon Tenth Grade Martha Chalkley Ninth Grade Mary Smartt Eighth Grade Sally Johnson Pat Lee T631 H- 2 4 - 'av '9 faq? Q Vg' f 1 w 'QW' f, ggi? , . ,I 1' 41 A i I 6 tg -X, sw: Y 1 . , l ir. 5 R 5 fi . J X 353 9 M 'P-3655 ffffi l Q A AQ., 58 ,.. . ' li3ZP65lgITl6lIl dzgzldlgeiggdl Bryon, Thomas, Worley, Tomlinson, Leader, Smith, Nixon, B. Webster, Thedford Scarborough, Robinson, Adams, Lundy, Bader, Wann Siimson, Anderson Caldwell, Long Brown, Chambliss Cochran, L. Webster Not pictured: McKenzie i661 wimming eam Debby Allen Mimi Allen Helen Bess Bacon Cathy Baker Peggy Brown Anne Caldwell Charlene Cook Debby Dombrosky Patsy Gott Carol Hixson Nancy Horn Nancy Hudlow Jane Hutcherson Anne Ingalls Lynn Koeninger Alice Lupton Martha McCravey Ann McKenzie i673 Lucy Norman Ruth Oehmig Cheryl Peele Hilary Popham Susan Rawlings Kay Reisman Ann Scarbrough Suzanne Smith Helene Striebinger Shirley Thompson Barbara Toms Laura Wilson Lee Wood Patricia Yandle Happy Yates Sheri Yates Susan Yates lljcuziify un! eggaf VARSITY Patricia Ya ndle-Ca ptain Helen Bess Bacon Debby Dombrosky Lynn Hocker Cindy Kemp Betsey King Mollie McGauley Bette McGee Carolyn Reavis Ann Scarbrough Ruth Shelton Suzanne Smith Helene Striebinger Nancy Trotter Carolyn Weigel MANAGERS Betty Jean Reavis-Head Manager Pat Schlemmer lf 63 Il B-TEAM Charlene Cook Nancy Davis Betty Marye Missy McCamy Karen Palmquist Margaret Spurling Carolyn Taylor Barbara Golt Sherri Rucks N91 ...,--. 7 m,. wmmix S ii 5 mum SM: .:- mm WEE Qwmmm mg. 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Peggy Cissna Libba McNeill Betty Jean Reavis n VARSITY SECOND STRING i701 Betty Marye Betsey King Carolyn Reavis Mari Wright Ann Scarbrough Caroline Von Canon Patricia Yandle Ellie Christensen defends her position with a bockstroke. 11711 Cindy Kemp demonstrates the form which keeps her Number One on the tennis team. if lltiillflbtfil C:lKLti2VV7l6Wl Ann Butterfield Anne Caldwell Mabry Chambliss Celia Colburn Charlene Cook Betsy Cotter Judy Daugherty Carolyn Drake Ann Flegal Martha Gaither Patsy Gott Carol Green Eloise Hagan Lynn Hocker Cindy Kemp Judy Kendall Betsey King Windy Lundy Judy McDaniel Anne Maclellan Taylor Manson Ann Marland Betty Marye Lyn Oakes Karen Palmquist Ann Perkins Betty Jean Reavis Carolyn Reavis L72l Debbie Ryan Ruth Shelton Helene Striebinger Carolyn Taylor Donna Trail Nancy Trotter Caroline Von Canon Mari Wright Patricia Yandle Susan Yates , -1. -ii MIK "Dash for the dash" "When the swallows come back to Capistrano" Pe' aspen' cd aslmn "We're fhe Grand Ole Opry on four" i731 .yllffdhlllfaf .S?90l'l6 Jlncivlecl. . Va rsity Black-Blue Basketball and Ping-Pon Shuffleboard Some "What, me worry? ll lj u you wing some you lose . fi umor in . 77 Mn :form "One more practice and we ll You know you aren't supposed fo eat we can elope' outside the cafeteria." ll rv- v Midnight revelrles HE Bmw W hw X SJ xx, sa as :gms f ', 'Q' V ff' J K ,- x W N STE Banrvz unior- enior ance 1 "Aw shucks, y'all say the sweetest things." v--"' P 9--snuff-msQn !P1.0...QE"T'+5'8',1' I -96-:lla-famlf 'Q1'a51'iil "Quick, now that Miss Tucker's ,J not looking." r "l'll trade you two Green Stamps for one Top Value." "Will the real Jolly Green Giant please step forward." X unior- enior ance Ear, drink and be merry, for tomorrow I will diet." V And the highwaymun came riding-riding--riding "Ban takes the worry out of being close?" x "So for, so good jl"eJAl'l'lCLl'l".SD0l0A0l'l'l0l"0 6U'lC8 Jack Spruft could eat no ful' "Miss Tucker, doing the Jerk ? ? ? "Actually we're iust posing." X .gl"e6Alfl'L6Llfl'.S70l0A0lfl'L0l"8 6Ll'LC8 u ' ' 9 Jus' wah ml my other date What do you mean dancing with boys. gets here!" ". . . his wife could eat no leon." "Now he'll never know I'm taller." unior- enior rom flce M900 Eine They wolfzed the night uwoy. Prince Charming put the glass slipper on CinderelIa's foot. :iS.,i"' Exhausted but full of happy memories . . . they lived happily ever after. i821 unior- enior rom I I- . , . 1 ,' 9 ' I 4 v -f . 'xl ' 5 ' M A ,F Lx' ,IP 9 I .QM ,fy Li A ff . 1 ,pf ' E' . A: 1- 'Q sf -aa ' , :.-.:.:.:.4 ,mix I If f ' Q as K 3 ' ,ps M g K-,L in ,- Bzg., 4 3 '.3':f.-. ,il . H 5 2 5- L . , 4 X 42-E.: -J ..., fu-4: A1 4124 , A - , V - . A ai, FH' , s AVL r v E Y wi ., 1. , I sg. ff 1 -- ,raw U w Q4 A W K A xl . If 02' gm 1 1 , 21 A 1 A- E 1 A iz F8 1'1- Afq., 'il l r u 1 Gul' 5. .mf ,..-. hs.- ,M 1 , N 33 5 M rf 4 FL' W' 5 4 1 V, v! 633. V I .,1w"" ' 4 ly.. -11.44 .SJ V .fn ' !, . Q y QP, 1 - .gf ,- .3 1 -5 iB3g,,,. qw 41,1 M, ., - ,,,. E 45' 'E E x. V B 'ss ,WV K Rig? Eh Q, ,iff . M E wg E . -. 5'- I k, Vg. WV.. ah-YH.- 0' ug isr- 'T fling Bag Director Mrs. Thomas and Music Director Mrs. Glenn find that May Day practice can be fun. Cindy and Suzanne learn that they are both May Queens. A Seniors spend many hours after school pointing props. Seventh Graders march around the gym in tryouts for the May Court. x is al-.xg I 1 H E -'f's17 WB -K .V gi, , 5 is x -:wil W.. X . K' f Hgm XJ, , 4, 1 I' L , , ,wa . Program Chairmen: Carolyn Curtis and Joyce Dubrov. M 'Q General Chairman: Diane Gould Costume Chairmen: Jessica Hobbs and Taylor Manson. Grounds Chairman: Nancy Trotter Dance Chairman: Juanita Welch Properties Chairmen: Dorothy Goree and Anne Maclellan m ircud The Craziest Clowns in the World ll "May Pole Merry-Go-Round" n The JungIe's Most Ferocious Animals" i881 Cl ? "The lndispensablesn Daring Feels of Skill" "Breath-faking Tightrope Ar1isfs" "The Dazzling Circus Chorus i391 bteelld CU16! .!4ttel'l,6!al'ltr5 I Queens ....... ,.... . .Cynthia Miranda Kemp Suzanne Wasson Smith Maid of Honor ....... ....... A nne Johnson Caldwell Page ....,............................,... ....... E llen Douglas Kovacevich Crown and Scepfer Bearers ...,.,.. ...... M arcia Arclis Johnson Julia Lilian Robinson Train Bearers ...,.. ....... N ancy Rowena Campbell, Anne Adair Clarke, Glenn Connelly Lore, Deborah Ann McDonough f 90 l 4. ueenfi ana! 7Waic! of onor YY: . .-5 , .. 4.3, -xi at - , L .ir - ,. ' I ,gl M . 41 ,. A 5 .45 -I-I-1,5352 5 : ...... . ' ' ' f T :VH ar' 'P4 MISS CINDY KEMP MISS SUZANNE SMITH May Queen Mcly Queen MISS ANNE CALDWELL Maid of Honor Hp. ,L .X . !mN ' NR I Q , cf-vuxr.. wmv. - ?'?f?m 'f?f?F 4 s , -. NS' 1 A if , X. V 5 , X Q ,Q H' -QS' ax "5 .1 Y 'M . Q M. 05 5'-S ' .Qu hgh' L I 1 ,Wk ,Xa 4 ,',l3,l,5 mF1 QIQ 5, '73 '1 -V' fi, 3 , . X :I r . 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A b ' Q . -. is .. ,, ,r .g N v ,fn fs: W W ,:,:,:, f sr. , .A is QW? :. ggdhi-if-. -s Mrs. Louise Lundy Office University of Chattanooga sm if is Miss Mary Hannah Tucker Principal Tennessee College, B.A. Vanderbilt University, M.A. University of Colorado Peabody Mrs. M. O. Clark Assistant Principal English Randolph-Macon, B.A. University of Alabama, M.A. University of Chicago Stetson University Mrs. A. F. Porzelius Office Sweet Briar College, B.A. Mrs. Walter Young, Jr. Office Mountain City Business College Mrs. A. J. Poston Head ofthe Department of Languages latin Carson-Newman College, B.A. University of Virginia Mrs. Maria N. Solana Spanish University of Havana, Ph.D. University of Columbia s. Q Em msg? vin", Mrs. Stanley Addis French E. S. Albert, France Peabody College 01 Mrs. Carolyn Plunket Latin University of Chicago, B.A. Emory University, M.A. .19 Mrs. Alfred Smith Latin Wesleyan College, B.A. France, B.A. -1.kN.JAilA!1 Miss Elizabeth Buttle French Miami University, B.A. Miss Helen Cqine MTS. DCD Andet'SOl1 Lqfin French Duke University, B.A. l-Ycee de Reims 7 1 n p-ae-' Miss Roberta Moore Head ofthe Department of English Ohio Wesleyan, B.A. D Ohio University, M.A. Columbia University of Kentucky University of Kentucky '....:f. .3 Mrs. E. G. Scholten Mrs. .lames Hutt English English University of Akron, B.S. Martin College Steno College Whitworth University of Chattanooga Middle Tennessee State Teachers College Mrs. E. T. Schmidt Mrs. J. P. Browder Jr English English Elon College, B.A. University of Tennessee B S Miss Lois Moyer 5-L' Head of the Department of Mathematics and Science College ot Wooster, B.A. -s. Ohio Wesleyan, M.A. Mrs. R. S. Courtney Mathematics Carson-Newman College, B.S. 4?-5'-1 Q Ll Miss Dorothy Louise Gregg Mathematics University of Tennessee, B.S. .TG If Mrs. Betty Gould Rx Mrs. Charles Clssna Mathematics University of Chattanooga, B.A. K Mrs. R. W. lngwalson Chemistry Carthage College, B.A. University of Florida, M.A. g. s Mrs. Craig Hemdel Mathematics Vassar, B.A. New York State Teachers' College New York University Mrs. Tyler Deierhoi Mathematics College of William and Mary, B.S. Du ke University Science Miss Martha Clemmer College of Wooster, B.S. Biology Aberline College, M.A. University of Chattanooga, B.A. rg- -WWF' -A X x l Mrs. Jean His Mount Holyok Miss Ulrica Whitaker l Head of the Department 3 of History University of Chicago, M.A., Ph.B. ar ' Mrs. E. D. History University of Chattanooga, B.A. University Mrs. A. Cave Richardson Bi University of Chattanooga, B.A. Maryville Col of O I. X- , X. G ote Yates an . V fd E V w as- is 1 e College, B.A. ,Sky W ,fb 'v-' ii A C N is i "Eu ll- 'rr AQ6' 9 M9.-M-N . "g .ie .A " 'A i4li..L':x. 2"Vi'l. . ' 1. ' ' Mrs. C. S. Wheeler History University of Chattanooga, B.A Walter, Jr. of Al aba ma Mrs. Albert B. Hicks Geography University of Tennessee, B.A. ble lege, Bachelor ratory Mrs. Campbell Carden Bible University of Chattanooga, B.A X. n ,. Mrs. Joan C. Henry Physical Education A was Uliiwn Mrs. Margaret Glenn Music American Conservatory of Music, Chicago Mrs. Dick Thomas Physical Education University of Chattanooga, B.A University of Tennessee, M.A. University of Chattanooga University of Tennessee, B.S. University of Houston Miss Louise Myers Art Berea College, B.A. sw: University of Chattanooga F' E Mrs. Oren Reed Dietician Mittelschule Lubeck, Germany Mrs. T. W. Bridge Librarian University of Chattanooga, B.A. Emory University, B.S. ,.,f. , ' 5 .,.. .... : . .:.: ' . .:: 2-"fl '1 ,.- . ,t -' " V '- , -E52 ,E 1 ' , ' 1 S 5 H H Us F E 4 . li Y ll ll X .. ,df Mrs. William Schlemmer Cafeteria University of Chattanooga 011215555 enior .Acfiuified UNDERCLASSMEN look up to Seniorsfnthe observed of all ohserrzersnfas paragons of perfection because they have survived the hardships and have righteously earned a position among the experienced.!Now, when I was in the Seventh Grade . . .!They are stamped with n1aturity.!Everyone, be sure to wear the tackiest clothes you ownjand wisdom that prematurely categorizes them as independent individuals capable of mak- ing important decisions.fBut, I davit lenow what I want to he or where I want to go to college!! They gladly welcome every opportunity to test their authority,!Bow three times to every Senior catfexhibit their ski1ls,f The prize for the 'worst Senior skater goes to . . .land give their profound advicej The Senior chapel speaker this morning is . . .fWith the honors and the duties of being a Senior there are a few prized privileges.!I can't wait 'til second semester when we don? have to go to study hall! Graduation, however, comes all too soon and inspires feelings of anticipationfl wonder what college will he likafand nostalgiafuthe friendships formerl here ever of the hest"fas a Senior commences a new life as an adult. X 'S National Merit Finalists: Dorothy Gager, Judy Dougherty, Becky Kirk, cmd Suzanne Smith. enior Cfaofi BETSY DWYER SUZANNE SMITH DONNA TRAIL Treasurer Vice Presidenf Secrefcx ry MABRY CHAMBLISS President Kfaaa o 1965 CARLA LYNNE ARMSTRONG Entered l960i Black Teami Class Play 8, Ili Latin Award 8i History Award 8, Ili Freshman Cupi English Award li Honor Court li Library Club li Service League I, Ili Math Club ll, Ill-President Ili National Honor Society III, IV-Secretary lVi "Static" llli Current Events Club llli Varsity Volleyball-Manager llli Annual Board lV-Literary Editor. French dictations . . . soft blonde hair . . . sincerity . . . "But, Miss Moyer . , . " . . . always ready to be a friend . . . Cupid . . . "Tell me about it" . . . deep blushes . . . cat eyes . . . etfervescent personality . . . hidden streak of impish- ness . . . vociferous cheerer at football games . . , "lt's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice" . . . Carla. MARY HUTCHESON BADER Entered l959i Black Teami Service League 8, I, lli Math Club ll, llli "Static" lll -Picture Editori Current Events Club llli Annual Board IV-Art Editor. Expressive blue eyes . . . spontaneous laughter . . . trials and tribulations . . . scads of records . . . originality plus . . . revealing cartoons . . . a friend indeed . . . Arpege . . . impressive vocabulary . . . femininity . . . versatility personified , . . rich brown hair . , . Air Force Academy . . . "Very humorous" . . . rings on her fingers . . . letters, letters, letters . . . punctual . . . knitting . . . monthly diets . . . loyalty . . . "Laugh and the world laughs with you" . . . Snow White complexion . . . "Devastating" . . . "My name is not Hutcherson" . . . incurable doodler . . . Hutch. EDITH ANN BARGER Entered l959i Black Teami Christian Youth Club 7, 8, l, lli Glee Club 8, I, Ili Modern Dance ll, llli Christian Forum Ill, IV. "Oh, really!" . . . always forgiving . . . "You're kidding, not today!" . . . always a smile and a hello . . . beautiful blue eyes . . . loquacious . . . pink and blue . . . Candy Striper . . . bows, bows, bows . . . contacts . . . unpre- dictable . . . forever in good spirits . . . "Curiosity killed the cat" . . . slumber parties . . . unlimited energy . . . extraordinary first aid skill . . . solicitous . . . ingenuous . . . Metrecal and Tab survival kit . . . foot-loose and fancy-free . . boundless enthusiasm for life . . . Edith. BETTY BRANCH Entered l96li Blue Teami Science Club li Service League I, Ili Glee Club lg Varsity Glee Club ll, Ill, lVi Math Club ll, IV-Secretary lVi Theater Arts Ili Class President llli Terpsichorcl lVi National Honor Society IV. Copperhill . . . rice and gravy . . . French mademoiselle . . . Texas . . . pug nose and braces . . . bass singer . . . full of smiles and chuckles . . . lakes and rivers . . . "l'm Just a Girl Who Can't Say No" . . . always hungry . . . teachers' pest . . . worst skater . . . violin and piano . . . Baylor girl . . . McCallie girl . . . mathematical genius?? . . . short, short hairi long, long eye- lashes . . . perfect pitch . . . artistic temperament . . . loyal friend . . . our flirt, Nw -A Patti Tree. 1:1061 up Cfaaa of f 965 DIANE BUCHANAN Entered l96l, Black Team, Modern Dance l, ll, Ill, IV, Speech Club ll, Music Club Il, Christian Forum IV, Varsity Glee Club IV. Pensive moods . . . the soul of perseverance . . . family camp . . . "Are you sure?" . . . "Foo dittle" . . . petite and feminine . . . U.S.A.F.A. . . . McCallie . . . futile attempts to gain weight . . . authentic French accent . . . sly smile . . . bright blue eyes . . . bows and blond hair . . . Chanel No. 5 . . . distinctive walk . . . Volkswagon . . . particular about details . . . France . . . high soprano voice . . . willing to try . . . expects to sleep at slumber parties . . . terror on the highways . . . "Do you have a minute to help me with my chemistry?" . . . " 'Tis beauty truly blent" . . . Diane. 1 BARBARA BULLINGTON Entered l959, Black Team, Service League 8, I, ll, Glee Club 8, I, ll, Ill, IV -President I, Secretary Ill, Science Club I, Math Club Il, Ill, IV, Theater Arts ll, B-Team Tennis Il, Varsity Tennis Ill, IV. Lots of mail, all from males . . . Henrietta, the blue tornado . . . taxi-cab service . . . vivacious . . . romantic . . . poetic . . . sparkling eyes . . . modeling . . . tennis . . . McCallie versus Baylor . . . organization? . . . "Misty" . . . impossible situations . . . loyal friend . . . characteristic laugh . . . ice cream sandwiches . . . "Smiling always with a never-fading serenity of countenance" . . . love of horses . . . Johnny Mathis records . . . bows in her hair . . . Freck, our Signal Mountain gal. MARTHA ELLEN BUTLER FN Entered 1959, Black Team, Junior Art Workshop 7 8 Service League I ll Christian Youth Club Il, Honor Court Ill, Music Club 8, ll, Ill, IV, Glee Club I, Il, Varsity Glee Club Ill, IV-President IV, Christian Forum IV. Friendliness personified . . . quiet manner . . . wonderful pianist . . . beautiful voice . . . "Did you understand your chemistry last night?" . . . "You'd better watch out for those telephone poles, they'll iump out in front of you every time!" . . . "Ain't no big thing" . . . steady and industrious . . . a loyal friend . . . English Leather . . . a whiz with hair . . . winning smile . . . "I'Ie's a pill" . . James Bond fan . . . music lover . . . our Marty. ANN BUTTERFIELD Entered l959, Blue Team, Honor Court 7, Modern Dance 7, 8, I, II, Ill, Class Vice President 8, Science Club 8, Library Club I, Class Secretary I, Freshman Basketball, Christian Youth Club I, ll, Class President Il, Service League ll, Math Club ll, Christian Forum Ill-Treasurer, National Honor Society Ill, IV, Terpsi- chord IV, Annual Board IV-Picture Editor, Most Considerate IV. "lt may be IO below outside, but in my reflector it's hot" . . . breakfasts at the SSLW . . . dodge that pole . . . fight, Tornado . . . particular . . . diet pill addict . . . cheerful . . . sincere . . . coffee ice cream . . . effervescent . . . Faberge . . . "More" . . . mischievous . . . "Ebb Tide" . . . our golden goddess, Butter. IflO81 A 'ik 1 9-av ' '- 1 r T 'T , 5-Oir I lo .o 5 ,ls 5. Q, xg 7 , 1, 1 l . -A N 1--R . ff -A' 'fd N-.A-E .1 xfrf igif it 'X 9 x ' f' I, I 1' , I fl 'YJ ,- , , .EVA :M A ,ff I , X -9 a-1':.,...- af W- n nv, 11 an 1-9 1 lA.Eiv 55.3. w. an . Q f. is .4 : - nl - ' an . ' . :-. , -Y ww v . Q we -'??' v ' 5. I 1' sl , A n. Q 4, 1 A, mi' ei' mm. . 75+ 5 eg W lr K 72 ' ' JE 1 " 'jg jimi -j Q, '- ..::-.'1'EEE gy' ' 'J sw: 1 ,ki gm ww, -sg, ,xr if , ,i .184 ,' ,ypafi-I 'f,,'1F gg' , iffy.-5? .J by ' I ,' ying 1 I: +- QL 43341 yf,?'5 1, .?.f'5-T gpg .., ' 'W Egfwi' Q' 'L ,ff sf - .. gt-, 1 . .Qi ,E 1, if 3, ,fy Er? Ji 0 'f . ' Bi- u gh, gw cp . ,,v' sa sf Cjfaaa 0 7 965 ANNE JOHNSON CALDWELL Entered l959, Black Team, Welfare Representative 7, Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, ll-Secretary II, Class Play 8, Science Club 8, I-President I, Swimming Team 8, I, Pep Club I, Modern Dance 7, 8, I, Terpsichord Il, Ill, IV, Current Events Club II, lll-Program Chairman Ill, French Club ll, Christian Forum Ill, IV, Maid of Honor IV. "Gentlemen marry brunettes" . . . monograms . . . "Villager" . . . long flannel nightgowns . . . trip to Europe . . . Siamese cats . . . long legs . . . bubbling giggle . . . dark skin that tans beautifully . . . enviable figure . . . loves frogs . . . maroon Monza convertible . . . enthusiastic Episcopalian . . . our fashionable Maid of Honor. MARGARET MABRY CHAMBLISS Entered l959, Blue Team, Class Secretary-Treasurer 7, Modern Dance 7, Neatest in Uniform 7, 8, D.A.R. History Award 8, Welfare Representative 8, l, Il, Service League 8, I, ll, Library Club I, Freshman Basketball, Theater Arts I, ll, "Static" Il, Ill-Editor Ill, B-Team Basketball ll, Math Club II, Varsity Basketball lll, IV, Spanish Award Ill, Varsity Basketball Ill-Manager, National Honor Society Ill, IV, Class President IV. Platinum hair . . . perfectionist . . . vocabulary comparable to Noah Webster's . . .- after bath powder . . . patient listener and problem solver . . . "Oh, REALLY!" . . . bean pole figure . . . Sweetbriar . . . lover of animals . . . our class Mama, Mayberry. Forum IV. n"' ELEANOR JENSINA CHRISTENSEN A i Entered I964, Black Team, Varsity Basketball IV, Varsity Tennis IV Christian , EI l U' IDA CECILIA COLBURN Entered l959, Blue Team-Captain III, Art Workshop 8, Freshman Basketball I, Current Events Club ll, B-Team Basketball ll, Math Club IV. Short brown hair . . . Girl Scouts . . . driver of that infamous Lark . . . U.C. . . . Pro tennis player . . . cool parties . . . loves younger boys . . . always at Jo Anne's . . . white Corvair . . . wild summers . . . Florida boys . . . Latin scholar . . . "Hey, hey, hey" . . . "Farmer John" . . . beautiful view . . . U.T. fraternity parties . . . "l'll iust die if Mother finds out" . . . dimple . . . blond hair . . . wispy . . . "He's iust got to call tonight" . . . cum laude in history . . . Salem . . . "Ono Poo Pa Doo" . . .timid . . . hamburgers . . . cream leans . . . "Yeah, yeah" . . . Knoxville bound . . . "You fool" . . . Uncle Sam . . . gregarious . . . "Y'alI, l didn't crack a book!" . . . "Ugly Ellie." very artistic . . . sincerity plus . . . photogenic . . . tall and slender . . . quiet willingness to help when needed . . . twinkling brown eyes . . . Lookout Moun- taineer . . . .loan Baez . . . skillful athlete . . . tailored clothes . . . soft lilting voice . . . lover of folk songs . . . expert pianist . . . still water running very deep . . . philosophical . . . extensive reader . . . genuine intellectual curiosity . . . groundless inferiority complex . . . amateur architect . . . "C." IIIOI sl 1 '44 JIS 94. ', , 1 -1 X' Q. .1 Pk-N JQEEQU If 'M' M W- 3 nu ff' ' -.. ff!!! .ei g ,v 4 JP' YW I Ch 3 ,Aw 4. ' ,, .-' - I1 'fy'-V ':. , -1 .. f!-iii ', LJ 159: 3 L 1, 3535 ' A ,f iff , 2:4 . -A 'vu I' :-: A-. , x I hh. 5 M -fx 5 f Q, 5 1 as ' , rip P an an .E 1. ' 1 - w ? ,WWE 'Z-55 N, I Q1 xg B., 1, W M .:.:.: :jig p f 1 ,, .. . M W . .f ...... F . 3 ui - M ,ml Milk Z Emffkfi YQ? lf : w Q 5 puma? Y' - B ' ' ' .Q M M afsmilfi' ' a Pi ELIZABETH ALVERSON COTTER Cfcwa of 7 965 LYNDA ARNELL COLLINS Entered l9595 Blue Team5 May Court 75 Christian Youth Club 75 Art Workshop 75 Modern Dance 7, 85 Cheerleader 85 Science Club 85 Theater Arts I, lll5 Terpsichord I, ll, Ill, IV. Loyalty to one . . . Double Cola diet . . . smart, when she wants to be . . . a bird on the wing . . . "One hamburger, please, with LOTS of pickles" . . . lackadaisical . . . large, wooly paiamas . . . Ruby . . . "Our Last Farewell" . . . Picasso fan . . . olive complexion . . . "Hey, Judy, thanks for blaming it all on mel" . . . Dave Brubeck . . . "I hate to ask again, but has the mail come yet?" . . . dynamite comes in small packages . . . ability to get caught . . . faux pas . . . always there when you need her . . . "Buddha," :ntered i959 Black Team5 Class Play 75 Music Club 75 Science Club B-Vice President5 Modern Dance 7, 8, I5 Christian Youth Club I, ll-Treasurer I5 Pep Club I, ll, IV5 Cheerleader ll, IV5 French Club II5 Christian Forum III5 IV5 Terpsi- chord ll, Ill, IV5 Cutest IV. Light-hearted and bouncy . . . ABC!! . . . sun worshipper . . . "only eight more weeks" . . . pug nose . . . twinkling brown eyes . . . blue and white . . . one all-day meal . . . Winter Carnival . . . contagious smile and giggle . . . summer loves . . . lover of letters and long distance phone calls . . . freckles and more freckles . . . devil or angel . . . "Cutie" . . . our Buelahl ik CAROLYN LOUISE CURTIS KATHRYN VIRGINA CRAWFORD Entered 19595 Black Team5 Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, lI5 Modern Dance 7, 8, I5 Theater Arts I5 Current Events Club ll, lll5 Christian Forum Ill, IV. Graceful and slender . . . Queen Nefertiti . . . avid book bug . . . highly ex- citable . . . the white witch convertible . . . ash-blond hair . . . quiet at times- but at others! . . . thoughtful . . . enthusiasm for life . . . a friend you can count on . . . "I iust plain don't understand this theory of Mrs. lngwalson's" . . . helpful and considerate . . . "Ah heck, now what's she trying to do?" . . . last- minute disorganization . . . casual . . . "Let's do it once iust for drill" . . . french fried onion rings . . . Harbor Island . . . Kathy. Entered l9595 Blue Team5 Glee Club 8, I-Secretary lp Service League 8, I, II5 Class Play 85 Science Club I5 Varsity Glee Club ll, Ill, IV5 Theater Arts II5 Varsity Tennis Manager lll5 Math Club ll, Ill, IV-President IV. Blue ieans . . . small waist . . . aversion to mooses, loves gooses . . . wild pettipants . . . whipped cream . . . always planning trips to Southwestern . . . early to bed, early to rise . . . true blonde . . . loves doctors, haunts hospitals . . . "Guess What!" . . . "Long distance information, give me Memphis, Tenn." . . . Smothers Brothers . . . illiterate mathematician . . . great speller . . . gusty days . . . French scholar?? ha! . . . size nine loafers . . . Our helpful mother 'W hen, Carolyn. I: I I2 QI as Si fi 'fi 4 - A .l' I. 9, . 6: w .. ax il 9 I nun. if C '4 . 'Hgh' - ' l'P4"?f:" .s Q .. x 4 f - ' y., 4- -if .i . ,,-. ' Ky . .- fam 'j "f-5291 , . -'B ' -5. ' , , -,' 'bf' A", ' , 5-'H .pf . , g sf., 3... 5 - 2. -f ' A" h W -il l hu. 2 , . f .' ' 1 1 . ' Y.. 1 I' QI, L" Q r A- b v' K can .gl xl -45, A3314 wwf 'as 1 X- - 1 477 -'Eva-gagsa' . r - -W 11? ,,,. P" 9 f 'l gf? L J., 1 t Q , I V V 1,345 r . ,. 5 j ' , ' 1 "x - . , v' i S -' I QM ' ,H 1-- TE' Q 1 QI '? 4 b ' . If I- V 'I B fx". JE f 1 ' Y' 4 f if 'M iq T if Daw-" rl A J!,,f, , I- . N x .V 1- K U E L: n ff, - , l -. 5 ' ' , 1 , ,, ,.1g..,A 1 I' gl ,QV 4 fn .R fa' N 5 gg., 4, rl- f Q . w 1 " 7 ' ' ' ' 4.1, ,1 M., ' l K' I ' , V 'F' ,Jil 'S 3 nl? .l ' L -Y 4 'Milf f ,' ' -' , . , A I l 11 , '-.,k ' Y 1 ,V X, v. A- A la n 1 : .O , 1 r V' , ,,: J ,Y K ,.,- dis., 5 Q 6 r 4 I 1 1 . , X - 41' , 1 ' In I X ' .S 'Ak Cfcm of 1965 - JUDITH CAYE DAUGHERTY Entered 1959, Blue Team, Music Club 7, 8, I-Secretary 7, Science Club 8, I, Glee Club 8, I, Il, Service League 8, I, II, Library Club I, Math Club ll, Ill, Current Events Club ll, III, English Award ll, Latin Award II, "Static" Ill, Spanish Club Ill-Secretary, National Honor Society Ill, IV, Varsity Basketball Ill- Manager, Grace McCallie Scholarship Ill, Annual Board IV-Co-Editor, National Merit Finalist. Small voice, large brain . . . claustrophobia . . . sudden outbursts . . . "I don't know!" . . . extra large clock . . . giggle . . . red satin . . . sportswear . . . ambition-to get through college with an M.R.S. degree . . . phone calls and letters . . . "Coona." I ln CAROLYN MARIE DRAKE Entered 1959, Black Team, Cheerleader 7, Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, ll, Science Club 8, Class Play 8, I, Service League I, II, Math Club Il, Speech Club ll, Varsity Basketball I, Ill-Manager, Christian Forum III, IV. Soft brown eyes . . . banana cake . . . "The Twelfth of Never" . . . cool blue convertible . . . SO excitable . . . chocolate milkshakes . . . definitely a McCallie l?l fan . . . "Now this time last year . . . " . . . a collector of great poems . . . boundless energy . . . Duke . . . "Mother, PLEASE!" . . . tendency to go on fudge sprees . . . Baylor dorm boys . . . the eternal triangle . . . Sewanee . . . flawless complexion . . . "Now l'll do my 'Witch Act' for you" . . . It's a hap, hap, happy day! . . . That's our "Beany." ,ALE ELIZABETH ANN DWYER Entered 1961, Blue Team, Current Events Club II, Art Workshop III-President, Christian Forum III, IV, Theater Arts III, IV, Class Treasurer IV, Varsity Basket- ball IV, Most Congenial IV. If JOYCE RUTH DUBROV Entered 1959, Blue Team, Class Play 7, Il, English Award 7, Science Club 8, Math Award 8, ll, III, Service League I, ll, Theater Arts I, Library Club I-Vice President, Math Club II, Ill-Vice President Ill, Current Events Club II, Ill, Spanish Club Ill, Varsity basketball Ill-Manager, National Honor Society Ill, IV, Student Council IV, May Day Program Chairman. Dependable . . . hand-knitted sweaters . . . Estee Lauder . . . pink . . . petite hands and feet . . . "Oh, cram!" . . . math whiz . . . University of Alabama . . . flawless complexion . . . stylish coiffures . . . steak . . . medals and more medals . . . letters and telephone calls . . . spontaneous laughter . . . "When I Fall in Love" . . . "Ramona," "Okay, team, let's get those senior fees in!" . . . sawed-oft ieans . . . pierced ears . . . Vandy . . . blond hair, freckles, scarlet blushes and casual sophistica- tion . . . gold jewelry . . . forever writing letters . . . budget, budget, budget . . . homespun humor . . . Georgia . . . 'tWhat's his hook?" . . . life at Granny's . . . Chanel No. 5 . . . common sense and genuine kindness . . . trips to Nash- ville . . . devoted friend . . . candid . . . first at school every morning . . . our money-bag, Bets. -if N141 45 1 si. , E' ' ziffzx ' nizlx ff '1 ' 1 . , w if M ,. 1 '. N 1 'x fl :sl A ev-H .1 Il I , l if 5 v AL .Sign ,c 'if - .3 ,, Lfgx' "1 - . I AK X ...N f E , f R "W" ' s Q vi" i' ,W Vy ,.j"fU 4 ' ' M. . Q 1 C cfaaa 0 1965 ANN AYERS FLEGAL Entered 1959, Black Team, Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, ll, Science Club 7, 8, Modern Dance 7, 8, I, ll, Ill, Glee Club 8, I, Theater Arts I, ll, Ill, Current Events Club ll, Christian Forum Ill, Math Club ll, Ill, IV. Sunshine . . . "Oh, hang it up" . . . sporadic diets . . . wading in Chickamauga Lake . . . golden rods . . . cherished memories . . . "That song reminds me and gone at Auburn" . . . Flegal. DOROTHY HELEN GAGER Entered 1959, Blue Team, Christian Youth Club 7, Student Council 7, l, Service League 8, l, ll, Glee Club 8, I, ll, Ill, IV, Library Club I, Math Club ll, French Award ll, Ill, "Static" Ill, National Honor Society lll, IV--President IV, Annual Board IV-Literary Editor, National Merit Finalist, Most Likely to Succeed IV. ot . . . " . . . over-crowded bulletin board . . . "Bug, jump up and say 'aura' " . . . meticulous . . . swiss cheese on rye with lettuce and tomato . . . sprites . . . AuH:O . . . sarcasm . . . aversion to gym class . . . McCallie summer school . . . "When Daddy Takes the T-Bird Away" . . . Thank goodness rah-rahs have come "Noblesse oblige" . . . unobtrusively intelligent . . . secret to success-organh zation . . . a worker . . . "On my honor I will try to do my duty. . ." . . . Ferrante and Teicher rolled into one . . . respected . . . sesquipedalian words . . . daily lunch periods in 115 . . . congenial . . . an alto during the morning hymn . . . a leader . . . "Dor-Dar." il MARTHA FOWLER GAITHER Entered 1959, Blue Team, Music Club 7, 8, Modern Dance 7, 8, l, Science Club 8, Christian Youth Club I, ll, Class Play I, Theater Arts I, ll, Ill, IV, Current Events Club ll-President, Christian Forum lll, IV-President IV. Friendliness plus . . . blue eyes . . . a cook at heart . . . blondes really do have more fun . . . eternally happy . . . rah-rahs , . . Mexico by moonlight . . . Oh, those summers on the lake . . . tirelight on a snowy night . . . unforgettable personality . . . crazy moods . . . day dreams . . . a killer on skis . . . stutted animals . . . hot tea addict . . . dessert lunches . . . Florida sunshine . . , a shining light in a gray mist . . . frosted . . . Baylor plays . . . our marvelous Mart. DOROTHY LEE GOREE Entered 1959, Black Team, Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I-President 8, Class Vice President 8, Modern Dance 8, l, ll, Ill, Class Treasurer I, ll, Pep Club ll, Ill, Cheerleader Ill, IV, May Day Properties Chairman IV, Most Popular IV. Brock-ette . . . a friend of all . . . Harvard man . . . peppy . . . letters . . . On McCallie! . . . candid . . . constant smile . . . outgoing . . . loquacious . . . donkey laugh . . . Spring Vacation . . . unlimited enthusiasm . . . magnetic charm . . . always herself . . . a definite dislike for chocolate . . . bountiful beaux . . . "Ya'll Yell" . . . warm interest in everyone . . . personality plus . . . "Love makes the world go round" . . . Pots, another one of those fabulous Gorees. lfllofl on X r'fg.' Ll 1 r -.ix Q. W , 1 .,4 Y ., - ,I Q ffl: 1 'I ' 'G T' I 4 1 . A " . 5 offs-N .i" , J 9 9 95 Q , 4 .Nt A , - L Q ,fg,g,f- r 'Fplgfaa V Ay 1 .0-N r ,qv x is if , I 1. IQ-f 4 !' e , V 4' I F- f n 3 . 1 1 " 'V . i . 'V ' I ua," I my .4 34 L J1'xQ17 I 5, I 7 S ,gh ,P ,fx I' I -W : 4 Ag, , . I 0 . W L E .-Q A . M -ff 3 as 5- - . 4. W 'rw W. ig gi W M 25? 3 W i E U 5 X 'sm S I m ,K -gms m M I K sd? Y ' w ,. . 1-13- Qg, is ,' .. M S.. -I diysfhgjf' Qgyax ri -J 5 g'f'.w.,4t MX - 11, " 'Q V z - QW . 59 ' H N' e :ii FF Xi m ,E Q as E . 1 N 9 'gf vwniyrg .R-mr"s. ' if' .5 1 4 - Mb' I . visa -a -Qs XML wi. v 1, 9 WW ff' V-4 x Clfafm o 1965 PATRICIA WHEELER GOTT Entered l959, Blue Team, Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, Il--Secretary II, Modern Dance 7, 8, I, Terpsichord ll, Ill, IV, Current Events Club Il, Christian Forum Ill, IV, Pep Club lll. Forensic tendencies . . . terribly gullible . . . half moons . . . Family Camp . . . long eyelashes . . . various perfumes . . . graceful in motion, gracious in manner . . . Spanish Spurts . . . deep dimples . . . flawless complexion . . . easily fiustered . . . animated grin . . . sassy . . . loyal confidante . . . talkative . . . devil or angel? . . . perfect hairdos . . . innocent fun . . . fond of children . . . monstrous food consumption . . . habitually losing something . . . P. P., our Pitiful Patsy. LL DIANE GOULD Entered 'l959, Black Team, Class Play 7, Student Council 8, ll, IV, Service League 8, I, ll, Theater Arts 8, Il, Ill, IV-Secretary Ill, Library Club I--Presi- dent, Duffy-Jarnigan Scholarship ll, National Honor Society Ill, IV, "Static" III -Feature Editor, Wittiest IV, May Day General Chairman IV. Sultry voice . . . striking contrasts . . . superb wit . . . bright colored clothes . . . Bunnie and yellow roses . . . telephone conversations . . . calm in most upsetting situations . . . authentic French accent . . . Coke with ice cream . . . Troy Donahue admirer . . . requires a minimum often hours' sleep every night . . . comedienne of the stage . . . guide to television viewing . . . That's our Diane, good as Golulld. SUSAN BELLE GRANT Entered I959, Blue Team, Christian Youth Club 7, Glee Club 8, I, Music Club I, Varsity Glee Club ll, Ill, IV, Class Play ll, "Static" lll, Welfare Club lll, IV- Secretary IV, Volleyball Manager Ill. "Laugh--I thought I'd die" . . . ready wit and devilish manner . . .warm charm . . . Mrs. Glenn's golden-voiced soprano . . . poet . . . philosophical friend . . . "They know I can't possibly pass this, so why do I have to take it?" . . . serious, friendly argument over anything . . . altruistic . . . Edgar Allan Poe . . . 'lWill y'all PLEASE fill those Red Cross boxes?" . . . successful campaigner . . . pro- crastination . . . risible iokes . . . up on the latest gossip . . . our lovable Pretzel. G0 CAROL CARRINGTON GREEN Entered I959, Black Team, May Court 7, Christian Youth Club 7, I, Class Play 7, ll, Science Club 8, I, Glee Club 8-Secretary, Modern Dance 8, I, ll, Theater Arts l, ll, III, IV-President IV, Music Club I, ll, Service League I, ll, Current Events Club ll, Math Club ll, Ill, Christian Forum Ill, IV, Terpsichord Ill, IV. "Tell me where is fancy bred, or in the heart, or in the head?" . . . happiness is a pizza, a Coke, and some pretzels . . . an antique china doll . . . "We don't milk our cows" . . . pale lipsticks . . . something oriental . . . Va . . . loyal correspondent . . . Carol with a boy in every port. I, IIISI -P4 7-D. 05 . . I 0',.'9 ' . , 'jf 4 1, H4 "1 'IZA " k.g',5 il 1"F7'Il ,QV 1,5 -yy . - A 1 - - . mga-r, . 'W ll ,- . .1 g " - .'.:.- .. by .. 'xl .1 I I 4, I Vi .I , J .4 une? H gi 1 'rin ixttikg 4 A ff , Q gf. x 2- -rg '. 'vi-,L gg 11 Q. '-" .."'f J ' f' .,":' .H -f- -, -g"f',. " . Q' ' Af- A 1 4- - will 1 bm ' . ' -L 7 Q: '3' '15 1 -if ' I . . ,, ":Sa.'4f - 13' - '- f ' :'f.L':e'a-sf ' hm X JU 4- ,545 1 ' '. ' f A ' ,U ,-ac, L J F1 - , lji' FTA p -I 0 R si l ' Q ' ' 'vw P' t .i -.5 - 1",M "VM ls - f" ' i 'ann A L.. W L .Q I' I ' ' gl ' .kv,y3,,-4 ,A '5 C 1 f ' " ' ' rv-4' 'I-1? A I+ I' ' ' 1' -' " - . I f' - .- . U ' 4 4' ' 'ni . 'ff -f"'i'- f- -' ' ' ". 4 71's we l ' ' ' ' . ,P .. - -1 -- ff .1 . ' - 0 . , ' -V --114. f' 'N . If 1235 if . ,' d -, ,bf .A , ' 'fm -' . , rv- . A . - .. I N 1. 1 , ,429 A P A"-714'-f'.f . -- . nf M Mk-Arr .h ff ,,,,- 1.q1g,?,,,.!1 1 gr 1 fs. Q . Y9fhzT:9:f.Q I' i5ni?'7f.:f 'TW " ' if ' 'T -ci '1 T"'f""94f-' .Q 'e . 4' ' 'I rzvqgx,-yy, :Hy Lk x .Y .ff ' ntl .2 ' A, Y 1? ly Q W4 flixv, 1: :Q ,J I ,. gf, 1 H gig I I . af A :ff X , if 1 - J , V ma , T 'K . It s I f . 5?-.,fe1 fa 2 .1 , hi? fr-L4l:1"", 11, .5 ' 1- l- I. f r. 7 K. 1 n 4 G9 I an Q t 11,5 .1 fa 5 mf 'f' if , sf X .ivbt .2'a C 1 il w v ,. ' . A I :al I i . ,- , ,. 'fu-.1. ,QI lwjijg. 12 , . " , . 4 If F .V 1 43 ' j I I fix ' ' fx . 'fix In -V 2 U 'LY J W I as I , - .1 9 ' J V- ' .-. 4 I . 1 I ' A f ' 4. - - I '. u i W v H r W N V, I' v in t f ' 4 ' P -. r 'f . o f ' 'S+ . H" , is "W SSI. SS :- . WL.-.Q ' X - .-.-. IE. - I. W ,. . - E ' f ij, H -73-'S 5 .ij - - - fi E M i':':'s:s 52: ig- sq -A X- f if y S .6533-5:i,...! rx U hm . . ' wg ' I V ' ' 2.2 1 Nw f 'ls W -,!, ... .... ..r...1. s::......'1.... ... 5 Jy ,A ,. vi ' Y. In 7 32 V' -a 5 F: . N I 1 'QE 5 Q' FM K A .. , E I In 4 A s V '. . . va . 5- F' A 1 .. ,, . A 'Jw 1 ET Q' Cfaaa of 1965 LYNN ALICE GREEN Entered I959, Blue Team, Modern Dance 7, 8, Music Club 7, 8, I, ll, Art Work- shop 7, 8, Glee Club 8, I, Varsity Glee Club II, III, IV, Service League I, Il, Math Club II, Ill, IV, Neatest in Uniform Ill. "Georgia on My Mind" . . . mayonnaise and Ritz crackers . . . crash dieting . . . lustrous black hair . . , lively, scheming mind . . . McCallie sponsor, Baylor sponsor . . . flexible . . . giggles in chapel . '. . Miller's Teen Board . . . stylish clothes and iewelry . . . foot-in-mouth disease . . . "So she flirted like a true, good woman" . . . tall, tall boys for such a short, short girl . . . homework: fashion articles . . . future designer . . . craves water sports . . . burgundy "go cart" . . . New York . . . our unique Lynn. DEBORAH LYNDA HAGAMAN Entered l959, Black Team, Christian Youth Club 7, 8, Modern Dance 7, 8, I, Service League 8, ll, Class Play 8, I, II, Terpsichord II, III, IV, "Static" III. Hourglass figure . . . long, golden locks . . . sophisticated elegance and good posture . . . Vanderbilt . . . a veritable Terpsichore . . . Tiger . . . an under- standing friend . . . "A woman whom the world will bow before" . . . honesty personified . . . "I got a letter yesterday" . . . creative mischievousness . . . "Young in limbs, in iudgment old" . . . fashionable . . . "ln thy face I see the map or honour, truth, and loyaIty." . . . conscientious . . . crazy . . . serious at ' times . . . ambitious . . . beauty dream come true . . . our funny Fanny. GT ELOISE HAGAN Entered l959, Blue Team-Captain 8, Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, ll, Class Play 7, 8, Modern Dance 8, I, Science Club I, Pep Club I, Current Events Club II, Ill, Theater Arts Il-President, Christian Forum Ill, Annual Board IV-Art Editor. Pimento cheese and blueberry muffins . . . flirt . . . Touiours Moi . . . Sharp skeet shooter . . . "Take These Chains From My Heart" . . . Tabs and cheese crackers . . . "Scotch and Soda" . . . dark glasses on Monday morning . . . late sleeper . . passion for shoes . . . Blossom of the beach . . . "better late than never" QT . . "I only did it for kicks" . . . fall romances . . . French poodle . . . carefree . . .our own Weezie. JANET VIRGINIA HARWELL Entered l959, Blue Team, Christian Youth Club 7, 8, Modern Dance 8, Science Club 8, Glee Club I, II, Current Events Club II, III, Pep Club III, Christian Forum IV. "Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low, an excellent thing in a woman." . . . exacting . . . maintains her figure by sporadic dieting . , . troublesome contacts . . . Folk music . . . that one bright word when all is black . . . crazy, little cartoons . . . originality . . . "you're tweet" . . . guitar . . . connoisseur of fine art . . . polite . . . " 'Tis good-will makes inteIIigence" . . . ambition and de- termination . . . "Touiours en retard" . . . Pawley's Island . . . conscientious effort . . . bright red cheeks . . . loads and loads of artistic talent . . . Jan. -.kv If R.. . fl20l ,lf .pl 4 , R- K, 'a 5 , EN I . 2,6 ' . 'lf' Ziff- 3 ,X V ,lv 3-jf 2? ' . 5 Bi' gg, .BSHF3 , K Sw 'gi ff sifjfi H--EB? E . H Q 35 Q H -- Q . 9 a Q N 5:9 ' , ,. E A f' wwflg E,:EEE iw 5 uk Wi WS E E k E , adm ,Wm W W 'rn Q? A 11 f"'23mM , z ' 3 -:l:- R ' 'jx W Af". ' If,gQ'!1 ,B ,, ,.. ' 1 ,. ,E 4 N P .L L: l igggg z :L ., "- "Ni A Q- ff? mf!" 14 ff W, .vs , - e ww - Q 2 ' 'I , --N H , G E E ' .,. Mi A 5 E2 . tvs? -as - Y T 4. , K, .11 -4 1. V J' Y lg, si' ni . S 1 f 1 -bi-stag 5 'Wiki ' an I " ' -'. . . ., A qt. L fm- '. uv W9 . P' .' In , if 1,1 'V if I f A ef J , -X . . ,h 1 ' if W 5 - X -2 M . ,Y Q ' ?,tgv . X. .. "-' 79 ,u - V :I ,..:,.. ' ' . 'lifdsf-X'm.. , ' vw", ' 1 '64, ., Q F 0, W .Ah Q! A., .K ., :S 4' ' Y V.!fwgr'jf?4 K H . - -s 6.111 ' ,K ' ' . 7' -.1 ' Y if -1 . ' f 1 wdxiki' ' 3235? 'E NX ,V . Hrvwf-5 17 'P-.S-13 A " Y GF ' ,x Lf-- mv' ,XSL 'hc ff? ' M3 ' J !xA.A"' 1, ,L . 2 1, . A Hg, x ., .ff 'Ln' ' ,I ' Nw 1 ' X ' -'Ex gina F A WX I -. I' -I., 'mx W ,, l v: .T f . 'I Q, jf? Q' 19' N J q,r'1'1 gy ' 5 ,A ' ,f 5.1. x X -'I A XVI! - Q iv"-la Q Q k .E , HJ . Q fi N 'X l X l U AX JW.-I , MJ-2' XZ PAIN . Q N, 4 , 1 4:15 :XA yr' a Um -J' 'X ,D f I MA, Q , R vw Q 5 N- 'x t X Q X x. .R S Q A I K-. -, x 7' -.X -. 0 fx . -. L ,f CVM of 1965 JESSICA ELIZABETH HOBBS Entered 19595 Blue Team5 Christian Youth Club 7-Treasurer5 Science Club 8, I5 Class President 85 Modern Dance 85 Cheerleader I5 Theater Arts ll-Treasurer5 Current Events Club III-President5 Christian Forum Ill, IV5 Most Vivacious IV5 May Day Costume Chairman IV. Texas rebel . . . Andy Williams . . . Krystal hamburgers and chili . . . pro- McCalIie . . . love for pink . . . forever fasting . . . "I bet nobody else has had a wreck on her sixteenth birthday" . . . pointless iokes . . . constant chatter . . . bouncy . . . exciting and entertaining extrovert . . . coquettish . . . unin- hibited . . . party lover . . . always caught . . . a nutty buddy . . . frequent faux pas . . . with a personality all her own-Gocca. 1 A DONNA JEANNINE HUGUELET Entered I9595 Black Team-Captain 75 Art Workshop 7, 85 Music Club 8, I, II5 Theater Arts I, ll-Treasurer I5 Student Council II5 Service League II5 Glee Club III, IV5 Christian Forum Ill, IV5 Most Feminine IV. "Some say she is quiet and demure5 we who know better look wise and say nothing" . . . beautiful blond hair . . . 'tHeavenIy" . . . UT . . . "For Pete's sake" . . . modeI's figure . . . "I think I have a tape worm!" . . . English Leather . . . a sincere friend and good listener . . . good groomer . . . classical beauty . . . a lady . . . French twist . . . double-iointed . . . typically feminine . . . tall, slim sophistication . . . "a quiet river with undercurrents" . . . Hugo. CYNTHIA MIRAN DA KEMP Entered l9595 Black Team-Captain I5 May Court 75 Tennis Trophy 7 8 I II III5 Modern Dance 8, I, II5 Theater Arts 8, I, II5 Varsity Tennis I, ll, Ill, IV5 Current Events Club II5 Math Club II5 Varsity Volleyball II5 May Queen IV5 Varsity Basketball IV. Mischievous grin . . . sincerity plus . . . ebony hair . . . Hawaii . . . aversion to full-length mu-mus . . . darling clothes and the figure to wear them . . . too many boys for too few weekends . . . queen of the tennis courts . . . "I lust can't believe it!" . . . ambition to be a bacheloress . . . iade and pearls . . . "I could have danced all night" . . . always pursued, never pursuing . . . Cindy, our exotic May Queen. JULIA ELLEN KENDALL Entered l9595 Blue Team5 Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, Il-Secretary 7, 85 Modern Dance 7, 85 Science Club 8, I5 Pep Club 85 Theater Arts I, II, Ill- Vice President I, Treasurer III5 Terpsichord II, Ill, IV5 Current Events Club II5 Christian Forum Ill. Scatterbrained . . . freckles . . . "Moon River" . . . Arnold Palmer fan . . . insatiable appetite . . . fickleness . . . a day on the lake . . . never understands a ioke . . . gullible . . . her biggest problem: three dates, one night! . . . "Hey, Lynda, I got out of that mess. I blamed it all on you!" . . . periwinkle blue . . . paragon of fashion . . . "To have a friend is to be one." . . . our popular Dimps. If l22 :I -L! -4 1. Rx. .JN 1. , .', .. J f IZL 1 1 ' S6 L V 1 ...- fn ff, 3 - ' ,.-'Sf' 4 !"' f-'f-s- mdk! 4, A3 in ph W - 'v7f,4g X 3"'5'f" f pn 43 fu-- 1 5. - - A iw' Rn 4.-4-fff k ff? ' L! , I 1r I AL - Q ' J 5:14 5 I f J - 5 arg A , - iw XV .vw rg: 4 ,sn- -.M 1- :Q -9 Q' 'sg 5? 'Z' 45 my if ?' f.,. -. '55, 'I v? .4 S. 'P' uf' X' iz? W4 - s v - , I:-sp Vw N '5,L ' WE, It .Aw Q X.. gk.. X g 'M , W, A 6 H 1- 1 K' , G W 251 Q JG "Q fam - , E75 A. I , w 1- Y:,."QQf,gA" F . 5522. - .fi 'wr' 'BE 1, ,X F . dgguww mmm -' 'S-'Wg E-m.w.m,mwE 75. ,..h,, , wwwqb -., , mf L- Q ,-,A, mpm i Cfafm of 7 965 REBECCA ANN KIRK Entered 1961, Blue Team, Science Club I, Music Club I, Freshman Basketball, B-Team Basketball ll, Math Award I, Service League Il, Class Secretary Il, Math Club ll, Honor Court Ill, Senior Scholarship Ill, National Honor Society lll, IV, Annual Board IV-Picture Editor, National Merit Finalist. Sunday afternoon picnics and walks . . . "Six will get you nine that. . . " . . . coordinated skater . . . budding romances . . . peppermint candy sticks and apricots . . . allergic to chocolate . . . "You're kidding!" . . . versatility . . . tiny waist . . . taut nerves on Monday mornings . . . enviable long fingernails and graceful hands . . . priceless facial expressions . . . "Whoopie" . . . B. K. haul LYNN ELEANOR KOENINGER Entered 1959, Black Team, Music Club 7, I, ll, Science Club 8, Theater Arts I, ll, Ill, Volleyball Manager Ill. One long, long eyelash . . . Girl Scouts . . . changeable moods . . . horses, horses, horses . . . avid reader . . . true friend . . . "But officer, I live so far out that I don't need a speedometer." . . . individual . . . frank . . . mischievous . . . continually late for school . . . Camelot. . . "Flip" . . . outdoor girl . . . "But I didn't know it would cost more than three dollars to eat at Mama Leone's!" . . . bold when everyone else puts her up to it . . . little-boy haircut . . . gesticulation . . . not a worry in the world , . . calm, cool, and collected . . Koeninger. ,l SHARON DIANE LINER Entered 1959, Black Team, Modern Dance 7, 8, I, ll, Christian Youth Club 8, Science Club 8, Theater Arts I, Current Events Club ll, Ill, Music Club Il, Christian Forum Ill, IV. "Companionship, love, and honor are priceless only if you possess them" . . . "No, l'm not a Clairol blonde!" . . . "But I really don't know" . . . miserable weekends . . . "He's So Fine" . . . Mona Lisa smile . . . "Guess who called me last night?" . . . "No, Paula, I can't cut your hair tonight!" . . . unpredictable . . . "l'm sorry I eat ice cream only for breakfast!" . . . work! work! work!!! . . weekly coiftures . . . trustworthy . . . Pie Face. PATRICIA ALAYNE LINES Entered 1959, Blue Team, Christian Youth Club 7, Modern Dance 7, Glee Club 8, Theater Arts I, Service League Il, Christian Forum Ill, IV, Welfare Club IV-Chairman. Twinkling eyes . . . a ready and attentive listener . . . blue Corvair . . . a staunch Presbyterian . . . Ocean City, New Jersey . . . auburn hair and colorful headbands . . . a good friend . . . a quick smile . . . "Y'all, please give" . . . quick to understand . . . those lazy summer days . . . a buoyant spirit . . . always on time . . . slim, petite figure . . . chapel pleas . . . Signal Mountain . . . Patsy, our insistent, but efficient Welfare Chairman. I 'N 1:1241 ss w R .L- 9- - ' Q 'Q X fi Q1 we .2 A Q JH gb 0 6 9 , A N wa. al Egg iii' S 1 g Q Q. - . ,. 'A '- -:rp ba ,gt 'B ' Y 2 f f we ,A 7' . I' me jx ",5,f::'j ri" S- N Q M 3 - 5,-J' h -.4 Lg, 1 hw f A E, Q ga 5 3 sq E Q 0 SE K ax., .V ,Q Q il 'ifggsqg 54, 2 fi .2 1 - .2 QW Tr E might?-4m?E'm Q 'Y .f 1' 4 ,'., 'fmllb hw W www' ,Slim-5 Q . if x qg, M, q uhm? H ,ggffl 4 Q ' Q-Aww 5 I f W 'M 1 A . 'fu Q. , b v all " ' . if 4-'J M I 4 " ' . W ' 1: . Q ,,., Q.. X I' fx 'I u 1 I-Jx F , .av l I ' A I A --Q f f 3' - :gg av 1 af' 4 an 5 MJ A-, 5 as NA' 1 159' I 1 Iwi' ilyllw F ..- Wjii Af' WFN:v-, W' ' -A' V 'xx' 5 Q. "' pb xwq in A vga I' 'ina' in 9 G -ga i ,1 -. ,Qi . 2 Y A 3 ,. 'Tl f x 5 f Q Y 1 a Q K X , W, 1. Lfm M 1 .V Cfaaa 0 7965 MARGARET WINSLOW LUNDY Entered l959, Black Team-Captain I, ll, Christian Youth Club 7, I, Modern Dance 7, 8, I, Student Council 8, lll, IV-Secretary lll, President IV, Service League 8, l, II, Freshman Basketball, Varsity Volleyball I, Il, lll, Freshman Cup, B-Team Basketball ll, B-Team Tennis ll, lll, "Static" ll, lll-Sports Editor lll, National Honor Society lll, IV, Varsity Basketball lll, IV, Spanish Club Ill. Gremlin . . . a quiet, smiling manner . . . tiny feet and long, long legs . . . a vicious left-hand hook shot . . . the all-city volleyball spike . . . Basset hounds . . . polar bear bites . . . "I'm sorry" . . . sentimentalist . . . shrimp fiend . . . 'H' charm bracelets . . . Lindy Wundy, our esteemed 'lking on the mountain." JUDITH ANN MCDANIEL Entered l959, Black Team, Music Club 7, ll, lll, IV, Science Club 8, Christian Youth Club 8, Il, Modern Dance 8, I, Theater Arts I, Current Events Club II, Speech Club Ill, Christian Forum lll, Art Workshop Ill, Art Workshop Award III, Glee Club IV, Annual Board IV-Literary Editor. Studious lunch periods . . . iournalism . . . threatening gestures followed by trickling laughter . . . frequent, distracted, pensive looks . . . math "problems" . . . scurryings through the hall . . . exasperated expressions . . . fond of horses . . . tongue in cheek replies . . . snickering giggles . . . rewards for good grades . . . decisive . . . "McDaniel." BABETTE DORMAN MCGEE Entered l963, Black Team, Christian Youth Club ll, Christian Forum lll, IV, Current Events Club Ill. "Intelligence will surface when laughter has died down" . , . Pawley's Island . . . "Come on everybody! Iet's do the UT" . . . Bonneville Bomb . . . coal black hair ldistinctive grey onesl . . . "Campused" queen . . . Joe College . . . "Sure!" . . . coordination plus? . . . outstanding strides . . . selective . . . collegiate clothes . . . attracts boys wherever she goes . . . terrific basketball player . . . "Yea, Blacks!" . . . late again! . . . forever optimistic . . . unusual 'V' and fashionable hairdos . . . tlirtatious eyes . . . "Don't study" . . . aversion to math . . . "Vouloir c'est pouvoir" . . . our Babette. ANNE LEWELLYN MACLELLAN Entered l959, Blue Team, Christian Youth Club 7, I, ll, Science Club 8, I, Service League I, ll-Secretary ll, Class Play I, Theater Arts I, ll, lll, IV, French Club Il, Math Club ll, Ill, Christian Forum lll, IV. Summer trips to Europe . . . vivacious . . . yellow Comet . . . summer romances from everywhere . . . "granny" gowns . . . caviar and champagne on the Riviera . . . a Freud fan . . . "Well, he didn't call last night" . . . Poor Richard's Almanac . . . Chapel Hill . . . fickle . . . adores Krystal hamburgers and pizza . . . tantalizing eyes . . . New York clothes . . . life of a party . . . pink flip- flops . . . adds chaos to uproar . . . Homestead . . . "Are you kidding me?" . . . unsquelchable . . . instigator . . . Flewellyn. ...--1 fl261 :Ek JV? x 1 4: I -. '23 " ilu 4 "k wa, ar. ff 'Q + vv.:'5tN, 4 Q L::4z 4 L. r -' . ft A-guy f f v V I, ' iw . if .EE-is. K ,A M mf 1 L-1 N ,xQ S., , 4 ,m,. "Rf Lf M , Q 4375.21 'x,f Cfcm of 7 965 ELLEN TAYLOR MANSON Entered l959, Black Team, Class President 7, Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, ll- Treasurer 8, Service League I, II, Class Play 8, I, II, Theater Arts I, II, III, IV- Vice President II, IV, Freshman Basketball, Current Events Club Il, Modern Dance 7, 8, I, B-Team Basketball ll, Christian Forum Ill, IV, Math Club II, Baylor Drama Award Ill. Happy-go-lucky . . . Baylor . . . flair for drama . . . Tabu . . . "Hey, lend me a potato chip!" . . . razor backs . . . Double Bubble fortunes . . . "Don't knock my six cylinders" . . . beach parties . . . hard boiled eggs . . . "Do ya love me?" . . . rib-less . . . "icy of being iilted" . . . BayIor's favorite taxi driver . . . coquette . . . "The Group is a very interesting book" . . . Hoss, our big mama. ANN LYNN MARLAND Entered 1959, Blue Team, Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, II, Modern Dance 7, 8, I, Science Club 8, I-Secretary I, Freshman Basketball, Theater Arts I, Current Events Club II, III-Secretary Il, Math Club III, Christian Forum III, IV. "This time last year" . . . a Winstonian . . . purple uniform with a yellow hem . . . salty potato chips . . . "Hump day's over!" . . . lunch table iam sessions . . . Missionary Ridge Cannons . . . "It's My Party" . . . casual and candid . . . non-conformist . . . black cocktail dresses . . . O.D .... "Carolina in the Morn- ing" . . . mathematically inclined . . . red wool . . . aversion to feet . . . inability to do today what she may be able to do tomorrow . . . hourglass figure . . . "What if we get caught?" . . . our one and only "Bug"l .L , ..- SHARON MILLS Entered l959, re-entered I963, Black Team, Christian Youth Club 7, 8, Science Club 7, 8, Christian Forum Ill, IV, Currents Events Club III, IV. Bell TeIephone's best customer . . . naturally straight hair . . . ready on short notice . . . unmistakable car . . . Texas . . . passion for green . . . open-house . . . Andre Previn . . . delightfully dense . . . gold charm bracelets . . . "I iust don't understand" . . . Nieman Marcus clothes . . . "What am I going to do if. . . ?" . . . party girl . . . "Why wasn't I a grammar school drop-out?" . . . more to this girl than meets the eye . . . faux pas . . . gullible . . . normality but not conventionality . . . that walk . . . naturally? blond hair . . . great looking lingerie . . . our Shaney. EVELYN ANDERSON OAKES Entered l959, Blue Team, Modern Dance 7, Christian Youth Club 7, 8, Il- President II, Class Play 8, Glee Club 8, I, Science Club 8, I, Theater Arts I, ll, Ill, IV, Service League Il, Current Events Club II, Christian Forum III, IV, Math Club Ill. "What a traumatic experience!" . . .fan of Sunset Rock . . . "Hey, sweet thing" . . . long, half-streaked hair . . . eye liner . . . "Oh, that's so high schooI." . . . Belk Hall annex . . . "You are so dumb" . . . enioys sun rises . . . French per- fume . . . Europe . . . ship-board romances . . . singing in cars . . . "Sprite, for adult tastes" . . . green Weeiuns . . . "Cool" . . . "We're going to take in a flick tonight." fl281 ,A-.4 .-1 In 1 4' f' . I -'ap an a fa , as MMLM .ifw EMR smwm WIN Et: Qjvmr M .- HH MEMH H3525 lV1wW.., 5 M -.:.:. 2 H W A QQQW3 M MM M Ma li Z Z H Z 5 g Q Q W HMT M Q Hmmm Q E E 5 3BX, , M W , E EEE,-E 3 5 ,Eg V N :...,.,1fLZ-ligwg Q gg B B H H Q 2 Www E Q -3 g sweix ,f 2 Q 4-if : 35 ? Eiwijqifii H Q Q H - M M 1555215 3 3 2 H2 J.. Q. Q, will-? mm mwwggmg g . E S iw? : Lf ' 'mz2'il? 4 wmma Hman : fi I 'A fi fs M: - , M .,., M H ' B gg Wiiw admit qv, and WNAEH f E H 1 M H M"'LQ1ZM" , S .Z S Q , 5 , ,. L ga ' -- BQQQSH Ma,eia 2ei,2'T.21,lL?Qww M , W , , Wifw Q .- X 3A.AmnzL..wfi2 Q gg.-L rg: signs M B BMSSKSQELEQQ -5 25535223 WE ' H dugg 3 QFEFFEQXV1, iw,-L, -A . 5 5 2 gp an H '1"' ix.. HH+1gj,5Q,Qgf Bass sv HH I NlqZEM:3's,..MfAmwcgmgfgi' E -1 " M2239 M , WB Q M M' Q 55:5 aww HV39 A ' I gmwg HW H52- nmex sgwa M Ygra. 2 Mgmmavgigx gf ,- f wwf: We Q mamma mmm MMM Bambi H H E fm ami?- H wwmaiim Q 2 wg EEE i 5 5 Egfgmfv , W - vw p . M M-W ,M,M ,,,,V,,, B mf ggggggxgg M M Q M Si-3 my 2 E ?BEff'W5,'M,E,,? H V fini ,.Qa Hg N E EEE? :sign M 5 M--Emi. inf X was E mm QM wma El E W , H iw HN E AMER' . Q mmgsgg - W? N a if N wrt--mg W M ,, Ni 4 ss mm an S. V195 KL,--3, ir Y 'E In .. in Hx Q ne in .1v' 5. x 'iw z ms: 5.1 W Q .5,,,, W A E !' MMM E 4 ' 5:5 N L . 'ba S 4 Q A ,.,: ' jf ,g y Q Cfaaa of 1965 ELISABETH LEONE PEARSON Entered I959, Black Team, Music Club 7, Glee Club 8, I, II, Ill, Service League 8, I, II, Christian Youth Club II, Math Club ll, III, French Club II, Christian Forum III, "Static" III, Annual Board IV-Picture Editor, National Honor Society IV "Oh, why can't I get a tan?" . . . Chinese lessons . , . sardines and Spanish olives . . . illegible handwriting . . . clothes with a continental flair . . castle on McCallie Avenue . . . beautiful nails . . . desire to study in France . mrs chievous smile . . . reserved appearance . . . a worried expression followed by "Q 1 . giggles . . . bouncy white Corvair . . . continually blushing . . . summer 'aunts 5 it to Europe . . . "Do you suppose we'II have a history test?" . . . Elisabeth MARY ANN PERKINS Entered l959, Blue Team, Class Play 7, II, Christian Youth Club 7, Glee Club 8, Science Club 8, I, Service League I, ll, Theater Arts I, Current Events Club II, Ill, Math Club ll-Secretary ll, Speech Club Ill, Varsity Basketball III--Manager, Terpsichord Ill, IV, Christian Forum III-Secretary, Pep Club IV--President. "Parties make the world go round" . . . P-E-P pep . . . ability to do the strangest things at the strangest times . . . adorable hairdos . . . cute little freckles . . . "Ya'll come to the game" . . . chain sneezer . . . "Size two Keds, please" . . . dates, dates, dates . . . "The Twelfth of Never" . . . precious giggles . . . lt's a little green Triumph TR-IO . . . great parties on the lake . . . Perk, our peppy little pixie. Volleyball III, IV, B-Team Tennis Ill. . . . our scatterbrained Edie. VIRGINIA KAYE SLIGER Entered 1959, Blue Team, Christian Youth Club 7, I, ll, Glee Club 8, I-Vice President I, Music Club I, ll, Ill, IV, Varsity Glee Club ll, III, IV-Treasurer lll, Vice President IV. Eftervescent . . . "Let Me Entertain You" . . . long, polished fingernails . . . "Don't get tense" . . . '53 Gray Bomb . . . "God created woman, and boredom indeed ceased from that moment" . . . hidden leadership ability . . . red high- lights in her hair . . . French outbursts in casual conversations . . . "Has B.K. gone yet?" . . . daily frivolity, nightly sophistication . . . romance on the Chat- tanooga Choo-Choo . . . music lover . . . pool shark . . . fun . . . one in a million, Ginger. fl301 always time for someone else's problems. Q CAROLYN ANNE REAVIS Entered l959, Black Team, Music Club 7, 8, I, Science Club 8, Glee Club 8 Math Club 8, I, II, Service League I, Il-President Il, Freshman Basketball Current Events Club II, B-Team Basketball ll, Varsity Basketball III, IV, Varsity Beautiful legs . . . year-round tan . . . lots of lingerie . . . 'lopen mouth insert foot" . , . "I've iust got to stick with tennis!" . . . U.C .... always confused talent for writing letters . . . "Topaz" . . . 'tWhere's my contact case? reckless driving . . . falls in love every two weeks . . . "Hey, Lynda, get your car and come get me!" . . . silver bracelets . . . always the first to volunteer .75 NE U I .QI I 1- . N '95-' - v -I "' Q ' -r-W-5"'!-s '1 5' f" L - Q S 9 N - 1 'Q 9 ' cs,,,g.,- QQ x ,Fr R I t 'fjfz' '2 A . nut.. ' : ,I m N .df -wyE'Q':G1lr,,K!01',ff W Y, gsdf 5' ' V I l - fx ' A ,,.,. f' gg' ' "" " , - :., E ' -P .42 - 4" . -if , wif. ..', gp?- rpc' I I U ' 3 "nv ixgda 3 4? L. vb O", Inga ' . . W ,si 7 if-1.. 3 ,X .Q X H.,-R-lb f .r '-' '. -' Q - ' . ' 'dy A. ,L . tw-iff " ' ' ,ne + A i , V 1 A 2. x 'Kc , . -'a,' , iw Tn , S f-Q. -- Rww if Qs Cfaaa o 1965 MARY GLORIA SMITH Entered l959, Black Team, Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, ll, Modern Dance 8, I, ll, Glee Club 8, I, ll, Class Play ll, Christian Forum Ill, IV, Terpsichord Ill, IV, Varsity Glee Club Ill, IV. Lavender . . . "Oh, ioy" . . . Bonanza . . . contagious laugh . . . Tabs . . . sentimental . . . peaches and cream complexion . . . sew, sew, sew . . . blond blond hair . . . Siamese cats . . . McCallie, Baylor-no preference . . . "More' . . . Avon . . . expressive green eyes . . . shy? . . . melodious voice . . . ice cream sandwiches . . . radiant smile . . . fun-loving . . . tilted nose . . . rhythm plus co-ordination makes for a great dancer . . . peacemaker . . . music lover . . . Terpsichord tryouts . . . swinging walk . . . Gloria. r 1 1' SUZANNE WASSON SMITH Entered I959, Black Team-Captain Ill, Christian Youth Club 7, 8, Swimming Team 7, 8, I, ll, Ill, IV, May Court 7, Math Award 7, Geography Award 7, Science Club 8, Service League 8, I, ll, Class Secretary-Treasurer 8, English Award 8, Ill, Library Club I, Theater Arts I, Class Play I, Il, Freshman Basket- ball, Class Vice President I, IV, Latin Award I, History Award I, Math Club II, "Static" ll, Ill-Sports Editor Ill, B-Team Basketball Il, Spanish Club Ill, Varsity Basketball Ill, IV, Varsity Volleyball Ill, IV, National Honor Society Ill, IV, Grace McCallie Scholarship Ill, May Queen IV, National Merit Finalist. Fun! . . . golden reminiscences . . . granny gowns . . . good complexion . . . sun bleached? blond hair . . . barbecue fiend . . . "Swasson," our multi- talented May Queen. we It ELAINE STRICKLAND Entered l959, Blue Team, Service League 8, I, ll, Art Workshop 8, Glee Club 8, I, ll, Ill, IV-Treasurer I, Music Club 8, l, ll, Ill-Vice President Ill, Christian Forum lll. "Frosty" freezes . . . McCallie Sponsor . . . ingenious schemer . . . the Green Bug with the West Point sticker . . . 'lWhy won't Vassar take me?" . . . two and three-day diets . . . Sincerity . . . "Susan, get out!" . . . domestic l??l but refined . . . Krispy Kreme's Delight . . . Emotion at its height! . . . Product of the Roman hairdresser . . , aqua eyes . . . calm and collected . . . "But, Mrs. . . . streaked hair, never out of place Clark" . . . Elaine, our psychoanalyst. CYNTHIA BELLE STUART Entered l963, Black Team, Christian Forum Ill, Glee Club Ill, Math Club lll, Annual Board IV-Co-Editor, National Honor Society lV. Organized disorganization . . . commuter from the suburbs . . . run-down car battery . . . infuriatingly large French vocabulary . . . late-afternoon devotion to ll5 . . . unusual headbands . . . an Editor in Chief . . . tendency to do tomorrow's homework today . . . gym classes spent in making up skill tests . . . "A friend is one withvwhom I may be sincere." . . . tiny undecipherable hand- writing . . . apparently effortless good scholarship . . . versatile athlete? . . . unobtrusively smart . . . U.C .... bouffant hair styles . . . brilliant math answers . . . Cindy, everybody's friend. fl32fl We 5 z mi 10. Qt s-ss ss-5 m Em iiw, 5521431 J, H:- .551- Jng xl . if S5375 aww www .B :.:.:. -.:.:: mf, - ss w E my , .,, ,,.. x Q 55 E E if f in mm as 'ff E? www if mm Swift S5255 2 Q56 5255 D E 5 E www W Q Tigfkanl E-if mm SQ Cfcm of 7 965 MARY JOYCE TARVER Entered l959, Blue Team, Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, Il, Modern Dance 7, 8, I, Currents Events Club Ill, Christian Forum Ill, IV. Cokes and chocolate ice cream . . . lustrous raven hair . . . a blue Comet whizzing up Lookout Mountain . . . U.C .... Eat, Eat, Eat, but never gains a pound . . . hates homework . . . very long telephone conversations . . . taciturn . . . blue eyes, intriguingly mischievous . . . wishful thinking . . . "Well, you know" . . . semblance of serenity . . . football games and movies . . . a low voice . . . "We get Ietters" . . . beautiful in blue . . . easy-going . . . nieces and nephews . . . tailored clothes . . . loves all big, bumbling, bird dogs . . . day-dreaming in class . . . friendliness and sincerity, Mary Joyce. DONNA MARIE TRAIL Entered 'I959, Blue Team, Modern Dance 7, 8, Christian Youth Club 7, Art Workshop 8, Class Play I, Service League I, Il-Vice President I, Terpsichord l, II, Ill, IV, Theater Arts I, Science Club I, Math Club Il, Class Vice President ll, Ill, Class Secretary IV, Sophomore Bracelet, Duffy-Iarnigan Scholarship Il, Christian Forum III, IV, Swimming Team III. "Though she be but little, she is fierce" . . . a friend to everybody and every- body's friend . . . talent for getting into messes . . . those Cumberland house parties . . . "Did you know that you grow whenever you have the hiccups? . . . cute figure . . . Cherri, our cherub with angel hair. NANCY SUE TROTTER Entered I959, Black Team-Captain IV, Music Club 7-Vice President, Service League 8, I, II, Modern Dance 8, Dodd Golf Trophy 8, I, III, Christian Youth Club I, II-Vice President I, Library Club I, Freshman Basketball, Math Club ll -Vice President Il, B-Team Basketball II, "Static" Il, Ill-News Editor Ill, Varsity Basketball Ill, IV, Varsity Volleyball III, IV, Class Treasurer III, Spanish Club Ill, National Honor Society Ill, IV. Terror on the basketball court . . . hand-knit sweaters and matching skirts . . . avid golf fan . . . gesticulation . . . petite . . . unreturnable volleyball serve . . . brand-new Buick . . . infectious giggle . . . "Oh, it was horrible!" . . . our purple "Orchid." JUANITA KATHRYN WELCH Entered l959, Black Team, Christian Youth Club 7, Modern Dance 7, 8, I, Glee Club 8, Terpsichord II, III, IV-President IV, Christian Forum III, IV. A dozen red roses . . , grace in every movement . . . iaunts to Atlanta . . elegance . . . a true friend and a listener . . . moments of deep thought . . . "I know what you mean" . . . zippy beige Comet . . . keeps the Post Office in business . . . "a certain smile" . . . innocent brown eyes . . . liver sausage and pickle sandwiches . . . affability . . . off and on contacts . . . busy weekends . . . a Southern belle . . .femininity plus . . , Grecian profile . . . naturally curly hair . . . warm smile . . . Krispy Kreme doughnuts . . . great dancer . . . Nita, "a girl whom all will love because they must." . fl34QI '1 f Q , .- 1--1' .QI f'4fq"" 7 7- 4, -qc' , 1 'sd f rw K sf' -rx fa r H, W ' 53. J' 'J Nfwi 2 sq w ? Z W4 , J egwrx rd. A ,-w,, Sz as df' C' F f ... U1-Nb-w'T v' c ,gif Yay! ,A ..... ,K .. ' ,.,4::" "" M, .Hx i .E A ' in 2 . X, ... J' " -.A an D 'S 'Iain' v K L A, 'L '--,- -rg J5- 'L " .-a .1 ' 'ix E! x ,sq m W :ss if ax -- -my CAM of 1965 PAULA ANTOINETTE WHITTLE Entered I959, Blue Team, Art Workshop 7, 8, Glee Club 8, I, ll, Ill, Music Club 8, I, Christian Youth Club I, ll, Christian Forum IV. "Rings on her fingers and bells on her toes" . . . Europe . . . U.N.C. . . . a modeI's figure . . . "Love Is a Many Splendored Thing" . . . multi-colored hairdos . . . twinkle of devilment . . . "l've iust got to get my hair cut" . . . outspoken . . . wordly wise . . . flat feet . . . that Seventeen look in clothes . . . a future dentist's assistant? . . . scads of cocktail dresses . . . the beach and moonlight . . . addicted to coffee . . . soft music . . . tall, slender, graceful . . . pretty hands and nails . . . Spring Vacation tans . . . sunglasses . . . our "way-out" beatle, Paula. RENEE ETHERIDGE WOOD Entered 1961, Black Team, Christian Youth Club I, ll-Program Chairman II, Swimming Team I, Il, Theater Arts I, ll-Secretary I, Modern Dance I, Il, Class Play II, Current Events Club ll, Ill-Secretary II, Christian Forum Ill, IV, Terpsi- chord III, IV, Volleyball Manager III. "Ring, phone, pIease!" , . . good times . . . fondness for those Baylor dorm boys . . . a smile for every girl, two for every boy . . . always looking on the bright side of everything . . . "To a young heart everything is fun" . . . sincere . . . hairbands in school-bouffant on dates . . . springy walk . . . "Now, Mademoiselle Wood, you know . . ." . . . Beach fun . . . "It love makes the world go round, she'll make it spin." MARY CHRISTOPHER WRIGHT Entered l959, Blue Team-Captain I, IV, Modern Dance 7, 8, I, II, Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, II, Science Club I, Service League I, Theater Arts Il, Current Events Club ll-Program Chairman, B-Team Tennis ll, Ill, Christian Forum Ill, IV, Terpsichord Ill, IV, Varsity Tennis IV. Sugar and spice and everything nice . . . poetry in motion . . . beach parties . . . "Ya'Il just don't understand" . . . Turtle-neck sweaters , . . beige lipstick . . . V.l.P. at V.P.l .... "Young and In Love" . . . Austin Healy 3,000 . . . "Come on, everybody, do the U.T." . . . a true blue . . . always gets fun out of life or dies in the attempt . . . Georgia . . . forever teasing lher hairl . . . Our mirthful Mary. F1361 Y Q u, f ' ' -0 wr Y: 5 E 4 I H I sg. i my va 1 5 9 0 aw was 5 " J? Q, I if-4 . , 4-:V V H f r A Y J' 'gap .Q as , as sf 5 .1 ,1 fp . 5 Xv3.i,S, B QW? w W' Q ,ik 1, , A I if 5 K , -fi? i2'!,,. ff ' ' ,fi x ! ' .P- nav- CEM 0 1965 PATRICIA JOYCE YANDLE Entered l9595 Blue Team-Captain II5 Christian Youth Club 7, B, I-Vice Presi- dent 85 Class Play 7, 85 Modern Dance 7, 8, I, II5 Service League 8, I, II5 Fresh- man BasketbalI5 Theater Arts lg Math Club II5 B-Team Basketball II5 Varsity Volleyball ll, Ill, IV5 Varsity Basketball lll, IV5 National Honor Society lll, IV5 "Static" III5 Latin Award III5 Student Council IV5 Most Versatile IV. Athletic . . . astute expressions . . . naturally curly hair . . . haunting eyes . . avid Alabamian . . . rebel yell . . . pizza, Coke, and chocolate cookies . . . West Side Story philosophic . . . gesticulations galore . . . Gone With the Wind . . . always a success . , . giggles . . . "A perfect woman nobly planned" . . . Tricia. SUSAN ANN YATES Entered l9585 Blue Team5 Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, II5 Modern Dance 7, 85 Class Play 75 Art Workshop 8, lg Current Events ll, lll, IV-President IV5 Pep Club II5 Terpsichord II, III, IV5 Swimming Team II, Ill, IV5 Christian Forum Ill, IV. "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" . . . house always full of people . . . long finger- nails . . . frequent visits from Sewanee . . . yellow . . . warm hearted . . . feminine . . . fair skin . . . rings . . . loyalty to one . . . "White Shoulders" . . . Flintstone . . . clothes, clothes, and more clothes . . . receiver of red roses . . . SAY . . . pierced ears . . . lover of abstract art . . . credulous . . . always smiling . . . artistic . . . beautiful sweaters . . . sophistication . . . the look of an angel . . . always ahead of the fashion-Susan. ,ug we H . 'fri Left to right: Jessica Hobbs, Best Monitorp Ann Flegal, Most Sarcasticp Paula Whittle, Biggest Non-Conformistp Lynn Koeninger, Most Sarcasticy Anne Caldwell, Biggest Eater. 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'Wiki 3 f-ig, W 0 ', - x ' X ' V- ,gs , - . ' 4 . Q N 14.5, Q v. 1 . ' , ' Qakfif W N 5 X8 ng W 1 as .ok """H' 2'-E 7 r'?'x. 1 r unior .xgcfiuifiea THE JUNIORS are a happy, confused mixture of studiousnessffve got to go home and cram for that English test.f, conformity!! simply must have some Rah Rahs.f, and rebe1liousnessfBz1t I rlon't want to take the PSAT, SAT, National Merit, nnrl Achievement testsj This year has not been easyfWho wants to he part of the "Morl- ern Math Revolution," anywayffg they have had to break in Cor is it break down?D their new Algebra teacher, Miss Gregg. The juniors like McCallie rings!Yoa're kialdingl She coulrln't have gotten his ring this soon.f, G.P.S. letter sweaters! 3501 I 'll never get my intramural lette-r.!, and Miss Mooreflfm so glad she's going on the junior trip with us.! They don't like the new grading systemfNow it's harder than ever to make the Star roll.f, and Mlle. Battle's des petits examens!Does she have to use a stop watch on us?!The Junior year is a time of transition from being gay, young Sophomores to becoming grand, old Seniors, it's a wild, Wonderful year, never to be forgotten. -5 liisl. 1 I 'E 'W 5.7 unior Cjfafm ! I , N X X , P5 ?' r, ' ' : 9:13 1 k 5 " - 7-:-7 Q Q ,, r4 W 9? RUTH SHELTON President wwf' 4-,. ""'91"4i-fi 11' . ii BETTY JEAN REAVIS Vice President GINGER YORK Secretory LIN DA STAN DEFER Treasurer Twig?-rf: W Cjfaafs of 7 966 Il 'ro .lf A -1-1 fl431 Sharon Adamson Pamela Alexander Lynn Alsobrook Helen Bacon Sarah Bagwell Esther Barnwell Joyce Bartholomew Martha Bowen Patricia Bryan Jean Campbell Carolyn Carter Pam Caughman Alice Davenport Helen Davis Nancy Davis Margaret Dickas Jeannie Donaldson Sheryl Effron Jane Ellis Kathy Faucette Katie Fields Sharon Flatt Pat Galloway Nicki Greenberg unior gfcwd Janet Gwin Claire Hailey Judy Hardwick Lynn Hocker Linda Holsomback Suzanne Honeycutt Mimi Hooker Nancy Hudlow Marian Kidd Betsey King Jane Kirk Alice Lupton Marian McCamy Linda Martin Betty Marye Sandy Mills Mary Mitchell Charlotte Montague Marilyn Morrow Laura Navarre Lucy Norman Karen Palmquist Pamela Parker Ann Rawlings fl44Ql 31 2.41 N 34 Cfaaa of 7 966 l '-Us Q-1' lf'l451 Peggy Rawlings Brooke Ray Betty Jean Reavis Betsy Reed Sherrill Rucks Debbie Ryan Patty Schlemmer Ruth Shelton Jan Silverstein Hallye Smith Kathryn Smith Margaret Spurling Linda Standefer Helene Striebinger Ann Swafford Carolyn Taylor Carolyn Thompson Caroline Von Canon Pamela Webster Carolyn Weigel Flowerree Whitaker Mary Alice Witt Ginger York Christine Young I1-461 .SZIOA omore .xdcfiuified THE SOPHOMORE CLASS is a distinctive one. In it there are more natural blondes!It's true we have more fung just look at the honor rolls! and more avid knitters! I clicln't have a chance to stuclyy I was too busy work- ing on my sweater! than in any other class. During the year, the Sophomoresfwise foolsfhave continued to strive for intellectual!NEDT, PSAT, SAT, ACT-what in the world do they stancl for?fand emotional!The quality of mercy is not strained . . Jmaturity. The highlights of the year included the Freshman-Sophomore Dance! Are you going to bring tennis shoes?f, the trip to GatlinburgfYou mean we can do anything we want to?fand the honor of windingfOoer, under, over, over-oops!! the May Pole. Academically they have explored such areas as plane geometry! ABC is congruent to DEF because . . J, American literatureffin epic is . . .land Caesa1"s Gallic WarsfThe principal religions of India are . . . 0l'l'l0I'e Cfdifi CATHERINE NELSON LIBBA MCNEILL Vice President President ANN HODGE LYNN GRISARD Secretary Treasurer aaa of 7967 fl-491 Betsy Bellah Peggy Briclgers Judy Bright Betty Bullard Patricia Bullard Margaret Carden Martha Chalkley Peggy Cissna Charlene Cook Margaret Cooley Ann Corley Susan Crawford Dale Davis Karen Derrick Deborah Dombrosky Meredith Donaldson Margaret Fowler Marsha Gerow Virginia Gilman Barbara Gott Terry Griftith Lyn Grisard Susan Gunnell Evelyn Hampton Elizabeth Harrison Ann Hodge Elizabeth Huff Helen Humphreys Cherri Johnson Barbara Jones Brenda Kirk Mary Laws Linda Lewis Helen McCallie Martha McCravey Mary Virginia McGauley Neal McKinney Elizabeth McNeill Jeanne McNew Elizabeth Miller Sherred Milligan Robin Nash Mary Navarre Catherine Nelson Leslie Norman Dona Oehmig 30,04 0l'l'I,0l"2 0,56 J- f1501 CAM 0 1967 Suzy Osborne Susan Rawlings Kay Reisman Dorothy Robb Janelle Roberts Elizabefh Rogers Linda Ray Rowe Carol Rust ,- Anne Scarbrough Julia SchonhoFf Barbara Simmons Lynne Smifh Barbara Steele Sharon Sullivan Lane Thomas Diana Thompson Barbara Toms Susan Troy Karen Wagner Janef Walker Jan Yarbrough Ellen Yates Sheri Yafes fl5l1 gredhman .xdcfiuifieri NOT SATISFIED with the hackneyed epithet verdant, the Freshmen have succeeded in a campaign to earn a new reputation for themselves that is characterized by quality in quantity.fIs it true that 57W of the Ninth Grade is in the Service League?! Other classes have had to re-evaluate themselves! W' e just need S100 more to heat the Freshmen! in the light of this new force that stands prepared to tackle any situation with the stead- fast determination not only to win but to set an incredible recordjflnd the Freshmen lead the school hy col- lecting over 3200.1 One major class project is a combined undertaking with the SophomoresfNext year when you gre Sgpbgyngrgg, 91015 gun gbggge the later fI'21I1Sf0l'f1'lS the bleak study lI'1tO 21.11 6I1Ch3.l1i2Cd world of dancing couples. Perhaps the next most anticipated event is the class trip to Nashville! Do we HAVE to wear our uniform.v?!when new friends are madejl never knew she could he so much fun.'fThe Freshmen year is a year of lirsts that offers new privileges and opportunities along with greater responsibilities. I ' 1 ml ir' . ry- 1 I 4 I .maj ww' ,Aff J Q?, . 1 45 1Hii..,,W 5 ,B i si :.Is-If :- - u gl'86AI'l'LCLl'l 64566 A X- "'+'4-5 B 'XB - 1 . , GAIL THOMAS President KAREN KIMBALL Vice President DOROTHY LEADER Treasurer BARRETT WEBSTER Secretary Frances Adams Margaret Allen Paula Anderson Candace Auten Gwin Bader Susan Blevins Margaret Brown Emily Bryan Betsy Caldwell Janice Card Octavia Chambliss Genie Clarkson Marie Cochran Ann Conroy Louise Crutchfield Joy Curtis Louise Davenport Peggy Dickinson Rosann Ettron Ellen Espy Diane Flatt Chappell Goss gl"85Al'YLal'l C6155 fl54:l l41l' Cjfcwa o 7 968 ll.. f-X dl fl55:l Susan Gilbert Leoma Gilley Sally Gilman Elizabeth Green Linda Green Mary Hagan Janet Hampton Kathy Hasselle Deborah Hawkins Margaret Hitt Carol Ann Hixson Kathy Houck Anne lngalls Mary Lou Johnson Lora Beth Kayler Ann Kendall Karen Kimball Sherry Kissinger Frances Law Dorothy Leader Elizabeth Leal Connie Leech Z7 Martha Anne Ling Christine Long Scilly Lundy Diane Lyke Elizabeth McDonald Mary McKenzie Susan Mastin Lynn Miller Elizabeth Morris Anne Nixon Mary Patten Hilary Popham Gail Robinson Sarah Robinson Carol Rothberger Deborah Rothberger .if Jeannye Ruddock Phyllis Salisbury Sara Scarbrough Susan Scott r Patricia Sivils Mary Smartt l"e6Al'l'l6tl'L CALM -it fl561 'N if Cfaaa o 1968 .L 'i qw fl57l Nancy Smartt Karen Smith Jeanne Stanley Peggy Stewart Susan Stimson Gloria Swann Mary Talley Betsy Thedforcl Gail Thomas Kathy Thomison Karen Thompson Anne Thomlinson Allison Ulin Elizabeth Wann Barrett Webster Lynn Webster Nancy Wey Jocelyn Wheat Alice Williams Laura Wilson Nancy Worley Helen Young 'JW ..J"V'l' In Q V '44 . 35 ..li,.L' 1: . Z . fd-Ss: '55 glghfh gzrcwle .fgcfiuifiefi THE EIGHTH GRADERS consider themselves much more mature and worldly-wise than the inexperienced Seventh Graders. These self-appointed rulers of the junior School consider it their duty to help the Seniors initiate the Seventh Graders during Rat Week.fHe3'.' That mt thought I was Il Senior.!Yet there is always a twinge of envy and nostalgia when the skating party is held.f.Maybe we could crash it.fThe young Eighth Graders are eager to learn.!Moclern Math, ugh! lVh0 needs it?f They have a profound respect for the classical languages.!Latin is ll :lead lmzgzmgef :lend as it can be . . .!Yet there is the spirit of rebellionj You mean we rearl "Alice in IV o1ulerlzn1rl"" mul the Hjaher. . . 'f whtzt?fFinally there is the unwilling submission.f"T'was brillig and the slithy tofves . . . uh, nh"!The Eighth Grade lassies enjoy to the fullest the annual picnic on Alumnae Day.!May I have rt bite of your tzpple?!Even with all their blessings they still complain.!No class trip? No class 1lfmcc?!They also experience the first rebellious feelings toward May Day.fBztt I clon't want to be zz clowug they may laugh at me.fClass Day marks the beginning and the end: the beginning of four gruel- ing years of high school and the end of the carefree days in the junior School. 1:1591 l':- -. 'C "wr W GMA Qimle ELLEN YOUNG President MARILYN SIZER Treasurer CORINNE ANDERSON Vice President CANNON WANN Secrefcx ry Cfcm of 1969 -Q - 'Q I be fix l lfl6l1 Sally Allison Corinne Anderson Josephine Bishop Candy Brock Isabel Bryan Barbara Buttram Charlotte Caldwell Martha Campbell Louise Chamberlain Mary Chapin Teresa Chappell Susan Chester Linda Chobot Sally Christensen Margaret Churchwell Rosemary Colburn Nancy Curtis Peggy Davenport Diane Davis Donna Davis Drue Davis Janice Delaney Carmen Deloach Jane Demos Peggy Douglas Marty Drake Amy Durand Laura Faucette Lee Finley Elaine Fleissner Carol Fredrickson Jackie Gilbreath Julie Gilman Bonnie Graves Ann Hawkins Jane Healy Robin Higgason Nancy Horn Laura lhrig Dabney James Sally Johnson Lynn Jones Marie Kirk Ginny Landis Laura Leach Bonnie Leal Pat Lee Jane Little Kathy Lupton Allyson McElroy Ann McKenzie Susan McKinney Robin Mebane Chris Miller Hilda Mills Cflgkfl Qmle X J? .vs A fi62Ql fi Cfaaa 0 7 969 Dana Murdock Ruth Oehmig Melissa Parham Cheryl Peele Camille Plumlee Dotty Randolph Rebecca Ray Sue Rubenstein Marilyn Sizer Gayle Smith Missie Snodgrass Sheryl Speer Garnette Stoner Anna Beth Storey Susan Strickland Brenda Thomas Shirley Thompson Debby Van Derveer Cannon Wann Flossie Weill Karen Wheeler Judy Willett Bert Williams Nancy Wilson Lee Wood Anne Woodruff Ellen Young x l ' -+ R A lx 1 - 4 lfl631 2 3 Q W, cw- ,,,, Y. ss., ,ma , N Y. fr-E '. Ll .Shuenfh graole .xdcfiuified ENTERING A SCHOOL as a new student!Does anybody know where room M is?fis quite an experience! This sure isn't like the math we had last yearlf but members of the Seventh Grade have foundfflre you look- ing for the art studio, too?! that it is not so badfHey, here it isffwhen everyone in the class is new. With the help of their Senior "cats"!Now you're going to put lipstick on her, and sheis going to put it on you.fthe Seventh Grade "rats" soon became quite familiar with the schoo1fThere are 289 windows in the school.fand with the Senior Class.!Goorl morning, Miss . . . er . . . Miss . . .fThere were, of course, still many things to learng but by the completion of the year they have learned about such traditions as Blue Book c1asses!The objectives of the Student Council are . . .X ,1l5! Can I buy a pencil hereP!, Bible verses in chapelfl will lift ap mine eyes . . .f, semester examsfYoz1 mean we have a two-hour test in every subject?f, May Day!Let"s march aromul the gym one more time, girls. 1, Class DayfWhere, oh where, are the Seventh Grade Babies? Safe in the Eighth Grade classzfand Commencement. IFE u- 0U2l'ltA gl"CL6!2 'VS' he TS ALLISON GOREE DEBBIE MCDONOUGH MARCIA JOHNSON SUSAN COCHRAN Presidenf Vice President Secretary Treasurer M of 1970 Debby Allen Debby Alper Catherine Baker Patricia Benns Travis Bibb Stephanie Bigley Ella Frances Brown Margaret Caldwell Nancy Campbell Ann Clarke Susan Cochran Susan Cooper Carolyn Curtis Patricia Davenport Judy Dick Dorothy Dunkerley Gwen Erwin Liane Folts Margie Franklin Helen Gaither Annette Gault Jeanie Gildersleeve Lynn Golden Allison Goree Y l Ku TT ,Av ll 24 lfl671 Gale Graham Harriet Greene Linda Gregory Kathy Hall Patricia Harden Ellen Hicks Susan Hudson Jane Hutcherson Kathy Hutchison Marcia Johnson Martha Killeffer Ellen Kovacevich Mindy Leventhal Glenn Lore Mary Ann McAllester Emily McCabe Deborah McDonough Sally MacNamara Susan Massey Janie Matthews Marilyn Maywhort Mariorie Miller Joy Mullins Cindy Nash ,,,, , , 8U2l'ltA QCLLJQ li lfl681 Patty Nelson Suzanne Nichols Patti Noone Mindy Pregulman Shirley Raider Amelia Rae Reid Jenny Robinson Julie Robinson Janet Rothberger Teresa Rothberger Vicki Shrader Mathilde Silverstein Ada Anne Smith Susan Smith Teresa Snow Beth Soloff Patricia Templeton Barbara Terry Jane Thedford Polly Trotter Phyllis Voigt Ellen West Marie Williams ARMSTRONG, CARLA LYNNE 4603 Malinta Lane Chattanooga, Tenn. BADER, MARY HUTCHESON 204 Sylvan Drive Lookout Mountain, Tenn. BARGER, EDITH ANN 401 Talley Road Chattanooga, Tenn. BRANCH, BETTY Copperhill, Tenn. BUCHANAN, DEANE 510 Willow Street Chattanooga, Tenn. BULLINGTON, BARBARA 511 Georgia Avenue Signal Mountain, Tenn. BUTLER, MARTHA 3402 Glendon Drive Chattanooga, Tenn. BUTTERFIELD, ANN 805 Lee Road Lookout Mountain, Tenn. CALDWELL, ANNE Gnome Trail Lookout Mountain, Tenn. CHAMBLISS, MABRY 120 N. Hermitage Avenue Lookout Mountain, Tenn. CHRISTENSEN, ELLIE 1013 E. Brow Road Lookout Mountain, Tenn. COLBURN, CELIA 4 Willingham Lane Lookout Mountain, Tenn. COLLINS, LYNDA 4102 Belvoir Drive Chattanooga, Tenn. COTTER, BETSY 242 N. Crest Road Chattanooga, Tenn. CRAWFORD, KATHY 202 N. Hermitage Ave. Lookout Mountain, Tenn. CURTIS, CAROLYN Prairie Schooner Trail Soddy, Tenn. enior 37416 37350 37411 37317 37404 37377 37411 37350 37350 37350 37350 37350 37412 37404 37350 37379 lirecforg If1701 DAUGHERTY, JUDY 115 Brookfield Avenue Chattanooga, Tenn. DRAKE, CAROLYN 472 N. Crest Road Chattanooga, Tenn. DUBROV, JOYCE 223 Sequoia Drive Chattanooga, Tenn. DWYER, BETSY 1112 Dallas Road Chattanooga, Tenn. FLEGAL, ANN 171 S. Mission Ridge Drive Rossville, Ga. GAGER, DOROTHY 1810 Crestwood Drive Chattanooga, Tenn. GAITHER, MARTHA 1507 Edgewood Circle Chattanooga, Tenn. GOREE, DOTTIE Ft. Stephenson Terrace Lookout Mountain, Tenn. GOTT, PATSY 400 N. Bragg Avenue Lookout Mountain, Tenn. GOULD, DIANE 1312 Woodhill Drive Chattanooga, Tenn. GRANT, SUSAN 103 Forsythe St. Chattanooga, Tenn. GREEN, CAROL Cassandra Smith Road Hixson, Tenn. GREEN, LYNN ALICE 4602 Lake Hills Circle Chattanooga, Tenn. HAGAMAN, DEBBIE 234 W. Brow Road Lookout Mountain, Tenn. HAGAN, ELOISE Peter Pan Road Lookout Mountain, Tenn. HARWELL, JANET Princess Trail Lookout Mountain, Tenn. 37411 37404 37411 37405 30741 37415 37405 37350 37350 37405 37415 37343 37416 37350 37350 37350 HOBBS, JESSICA 110 Windmere Drive Chattanooga, Tenn. HUGUELET, JEANNINE 105 Wilder Drive Signal Mountain, Tenn. KEMP, CINDY Patten Road Lookout Mountain, Tenn KENDALL, JUDY 1620 Hillcrest Road Chattanooga, Tenn. KIRK, BECKY 213 Parkway Circle Chattanooga, Tenn. KOENINGER, LYNN Rt. 2, Prairie Creek Rd. Soddy, Tenn. LINER, SHARON 1906 E. 26th St. Chattanooga, Tenn. LINES, PATSY 1803 Taft Highway Signal Mountain, Tenn. LUNDY, WINDY 608 Sunset Road, West Lookout Mountain, Tenn McDANlEL, JUDITH ANN Stonesage Road, Rt. 2 Soddy, Tenn. MCGEE, BETTE Wood Nymph Trail Lookout Mountain, Tenn. MACLELLAN, ANNE 125 Fairy Trail Lookout Mountain, Tenn MANSON, TAYLOR 417 Sunset Road Lookout Mountain, Tenn MARLAND, ANN 101 Hardy Road Lookout Mountain, Tenn. MILLS, SHARON 208 Brookwood Drive Chattanooga, Tenn. OAKES, LYN 1402 Peter Pan Road Lookout Mountain, Tenn 37411 37377 37350 37405 37411 37379 37407 37377 37350 37379 37350 37350 37350 37350 37411 37350 If171fI PEARSON, ELISABETH 938 McCallie Avenue Chattanooga, Tenn. 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