Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN)

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iii! r' "A Ni -. .,. ff. 64' .r ,.:i fvwvf- GLU Uvv my worn mam. XWfw.Qc ww,L gsfvwsaa , kjr'Z.'W1L I X3 '7 660 Kaleidoscope GIRLS' PREPARATORY SCHOOL CHA TTANOOGA, TENNESSEE I968 SUSAN MASTIN CO-EDITORS PHYLLIS SALISBURY SUSAN STIMSON PICTURE EDITOR MRS. M O. CLARK ADVISOR Spirit of '68 Involvement Students begin each day with a chapel service A new era has begun. To those of us inveterate in the old, change has been difficult. The sense of involvement has waxed and a totally new G.P.S. image has emerged. Attitudes of complaisant ac- ceptance have evolved into feelings of enthusi- astic optimism as students wholeheartedly realize their involvement in '68. l l l . l l cu huvlie i W '- M Y- 2 !!i, llenges Manker Patten ladies. Qffaj .16'6f2f: In Study In the effort of higher achievement, several new courses have been inaugurated. In accordance with the purpose of a college preparatory education, these acceler- ated subjects are designed to enrich standard curriculum. Students have greeted and accepted this change with avid enthusiasm. as--M-rf 'W' ' S Z l ggi' l Seventh graders enjoy studio art. Ti Remnants of a day's work in physics class. 4 5Oph0m0reS take American Hi MX--.2 'ba S 1 I Anne Ingalls, Sara Scarbrough, and Betsy Caldwell demonstrate athletic prowess Our victorious tennis team, our deter- mined basketball team, and our enthusi- astic volleyball team form the nucleus of athletics at G.P.S. Varsity teams promote superiority in athletics as well as provide a source of school pride. 6 In Athletics This is the way youthful young iigures are shaped. 7 5' I E N . 'R . wx ' w ' r V . WH - 'A Y 1 1 f' 1 I V b ' 7 aw. 5 - A A , Av 1 hw. 4 V 3 rl ' , 'if gf N I lf? ' 1 U- lf ' A fb 1 ., if ,,,-if ,, 1 - F Wx XT fi VI W! Q X Q V 9:1 6 n A N R Tm "' H uf Q rv f I, , .M 'flu ,g 14 Q i Tm- . ' a 44 . 1 l E 1 J Q., 15 W A U , il' if A 4 ,fl me if 1 "W W 42 Selective reading stimulates Aeropagus discussion. Varied organizations offer opportunity for self expression. Each girl is urged to join a club or try out for a play in order to cultivate her own particular interest or talent. Extracurricular activities demand effort and a determined spirit. By be- coming involved with herself, the G.P.S. student grows to recognize her own resources. Terpsichord strives for creative interpretation A ctivities Girls are challenged by newly formed debat- Hymnbooks are a familiar ing club. sign of chapel. OUK 375 TEH w Glee club members learn to sing lustily. 11 And In Just Lie Finally in the culmination of all ideals, the summation of a year of effort, the G.P.S. girl extends her involvement into each facet of her private life. "Everything that lives is holyg life delights in lifef' Fashion is the by-word for teen board members 1 QQUUR U' Wf, SQ pw Seniors Hoored by their rats at skating party. Q ,, Weezie Crutchlield and Susan Scott help out at Siskin Memorial. : chairman, Mary Hagan, collects money for 13 Religion is an integral aspect of a G.P.S. girl drive. Dedication Identilied by a quiet voice, a flickering smile, and a stately presence, Mrs. Clark exemplifies our idea of a true lady. Compatriot to the An- nual Board, advisor to the Senior Class, and a force behind the administration, she is also ex- tremely instrumental in our college acceptance. It is our hope that this annual will be a repre- sentative Kaleidoscope of your eiTorts, past and present. Included in this dedication, Mrs. Clark, is an inspiriting hope that your future will be as rewarding as you have striven to make ours. 14 Mrs. M. O. Clark 15 I H otwrary Organizations II Athletics III Activities IV Clubs V Faculty VI Classes VI I Superlatives A,' t r 17 1 r-V uw ... I. . . . , X r F :. Mi'-,l. , .. . ,A - , P' - 1 . Z vm! EQ: L..-1 -E I , E L35-1,1 ' .evr- 19' 'L 252 Q . ,1 vw 1: -5 W - ,- ' "'!'S5P'1:'!Y: Y H ' fxfgibl x 4, Honorary Organizations "Am h h f Student Council 'r L 9 1 !'y'?- .. .,..,,,.,......... . .....,i.,..Y , .r A .,....-.-...... Karen Kimball Mary McKenzie Jo Buttram Vice-president President Secretary Student Council 7th Elizabeth Kennedy 8th Susan Isbell 9th Kitty Lawson 10th Julie Robinson lllh Shirley Thompson Honor Court 7th Becky Brock Sth Twig Warrick 9th Gena Stephenson l0th Travis Bibb llth Jo Buttram Betty Turner Senior Representatives Jane Arnold Emily Bryan Karen Kimball Mary McKenzie Faculty Sponsors Miss Moore Mrs. Anderson Mrs. Speakman The Student Council, comprised of the outstanding leaders in the school, con- venes each Monday to discuss factors to be improved upon and problems to be corrected. Under the capable leadership of Mary McKenzie, Karen Kimball, and Jo Buttram, many policies have been greatly modified, and constructive rules have been inaugurated. 20 Iily Bryan, chat with Mrs. Young. YN .- E K' xg I D0- uise News" editors, Karen Kimball, Jane Arnold and i- x e Elizabeth Kennedy, Becky Brock, and Susan Isbell confer with President Mary. The faculty sponsors during a break Julie Robinson, Shirley Thompson, Betty Turner, Jo Buttram, Travis Bibb, Twig Warrick, Karen Kim- ball, Jane Arnold, Kitty Lawson, Emily Bryan, and Gena Stephenson. National Honor Society For those fortunate girls who have maintained a standing aver- age of 3.8 along with a continually outstanding citizenship record, membership in the Duffy-Jarnagin Chapter ofthe National Hon- or Society is a coveted honor. These girls have the privilege of awarding the Freshman Cup. Officers President .... . .......... . . Barrett Webster Secretary .... ........ . , Karen Kimball Sponsor ........ ............ . . Miss Moyer Members Corinne Anderson Paula Anderson Jane Arnold Jo Buttram Ellen Espy Elaine Fleissner Barrett Webster Karen Wheeler Dabney James Karen Kimball Marie Kirk Gail Robinson Phyllis Salisbury Betty Turner Flossie Weill Judy Willet i,.1 "A ga.: F115 1f.,.ata, l Miss Moyer discusses Freshman Cup. Fall Inductees 22 lg. H' if 'ai A happy new member Areopagus Areopagus, an exclusive literary discussion club, is composed of select members of the senior class. Un- der the challenging leadership of speakers, well- known in their separate fields, the group has read such selections as The Unvanquished by Faulkner, The Orestia by Aeschylus, and Plato's Republic. Chairman .................. Paula Anderson Secretary. . . ........... Gail Robinson Sponsors. . . .... Miss Moore, Mrs. Poston Members Jane Arnold Susan Mastin Octavia Chambliss Hilary Popham Marie Cochran Phyllis Salisbury Ellen Espy Susan Stimson Lora Beth Kayler Libby Wann Sherry Kissinger Barrett Webster complexity of Faulkner stimulates discussion. Karen Kimball JO Wheat Mary McKenzie Nancy Worley Dorothy H. Ward explains aspects ofthe Orestian gy. A. E. Herron discusses the concept of "the Noble Man. 23 Service League With the advent of the "hot line", membership in Service League has become extremely desir- able. The girls who have maintained an average of 80 or above and who have accumulated no more than three Friday Study Halls, none of which may be for discipline, are selected for membership. Debby Allen Travis Bibb Tis Brown Nancy Campbell Anne Clarke Susan Cochran Susan Cooper Patti Davenport Margie Franklin Jean Gildersleeve Gale Graham Linda Gregory Ellen Hicks Susan Hudson Jane Hutcherson Marcia Johnson Joy Kendall Ellen Kovacevich 10th Grade Lane Latimer Debbie McDonough Janie Matthews Suzanne Nichols Mindy Pregulman Shirley Raider Jenny Robinson Julie Robinson Mathilde Silverstein Tweedie Sibold Ada Anne Smith Susan Smith Teresa Snow Tricia Templeton Jane Thedford Phyllis Voigt Margaret Williams Marie Williams Mary Allen Leslie Bass Betsy Bates Marty Bieter Leslie Bishop Jacquelyn Buttram Fifi Caldwell 9th Grade Jane Hawkins Cathy Helln Sunny Hoot Courtney Ja Jane Kennedy Kitty Lawson Dana Lever Tee Caldwell Iris Long Glenn Carroll Jessica Parks Emily Chamberlain Libby Pope Ann Chesnutt Melanie Re Caroline Chester Amy Robert Linda Clift Bobbie Cooper Beth Dameron Linda Deakins Karie Doster Dia Frierson Pam Funderburg Jan Hall Sue Anne Harrison Nancy Robi Amy Schmidt Ellen Schwartz Nancy Snow Rae Speer Ginger Stein Gena Steph: Katie Swick Becca Yandle Provisional Members Betsy Battle Lyn Bethea Caroline Bickel Missy Brooke Jan Bullard Leslie Connell Linda Corwin Christie Dennis Suzy Goldberg Beth Head Lyn Helms Lorrie Hoffman Laura Holt Susan Isbell Cheryl Kendall Marty Kollmansperger Anne Leader Dana McDade Cindy Mabe Linda Malone Karen Newton Anne Patz Becky Prestwood Sharon Reece Kaki Thornton Twig Warrick Carter Wells 24 i Library Club Freshmen girls who have excelled in Eighth Grade English are invited to join Library Club. The girls devote one study hall a week to run er- rands for Mrs. Bridge and to keep the library in order. - - --. Y. ,V ., Officers President-Cathy Hellmann Secretary-Ginger Stein Mary Allen Judy Barker Virginia Beasley Tee Caldwell Fifi Caldwell Glenn Carroll Emily Chamberlain Ann Chesnutt Marie Davis Linda Deakins Gale Finley Pam Funderburg Jan Hall Sue Anne Harrison Jane Kennedy Kitty Lawson Dana Leventhal Jessica Parks Libby Pope Melanie Reynolds Nancy Robinson Amy Schmidt Rae Speer Ellen Schwartz Gena Stephenson Katie Swick ...JA Weyare Member decide how contributions are to be allotted. Ofticers President ....... Mary Hagan Secretary ..... Hilary Popham Sponser. . Mrs. A. F. Porzelius Nf Y l ,sh The Welfare Club, under the capable leadership of Mary Hagan, has accomplished more this year than ever before. In the fall drive, the G.P.S. girls ex- ceeded the assigned goal because of the hard work and eager encourgement of this club's members. The Christmas drive was an outstanding success. Representatives l 1-Sally Johnson 10-Debbie McDonough 26 Mary and Hilary organize the donations for distribution. 9-Ann Chesnutt 8-Sue Peele Editor Perf- Welkin The intelligentsia of Peri-Welkin. fx X A L f H Mi ,, J, li 1' I' ' V." s r i 'T' 1 '- .-, Tr if r , g l i ', p7:2,Q A 1 .1 ,gr .hh , as t ef .r f- 'im-f , f,, nxi Q ' J ' fi-f' t -.Lai .., f- il: l . , A . Y x Yi The second year ofthe literary magazine, Peri- felkin, was gifted with an enthusiastic and con- tientious stafli Publishing twice during the .hool year, the staff, contributors, and student ody have every right to be proud of this excel- :nt magazine. l lditor ,.... . . oetry Editor. . rose Editor . . Leading Editor .rt Editor .... .rt Staff .... .epresentatives ponsor . . . . Barrett Webster . . . Libby Wann . . . Anne Nixon . . Gail Robinson . Kathy Thomison . Betsy Caldwell Diane Lyke Jane Demos . . Karen Meador Gale Graham Melanie Reynolds Emily Chamberlain Sharon Reece Linda Malone . . . Mrs. Scholten Mrs. Scholten and Libby analyze last year's magazine. ,M is Static jf? 1 42. Dabney and Charlie going over pictures at the Job Shop. Enthusiastic sophomores and juniors united under the skillful leadership of Dabney James strive to pub- lish a monthly production enveloping the spectacular news events within the boundaries of GPS. Each publication is indicative of hard work, acute originali- ty, and the fine quality that is the Static. Dabney James .... . . . Editor in Chief , Drue Davis ....... . . Feature Editor ' Shirley Thompson .... . Sports Editor Corinne Anderson Elaine Fleissner .... . . Picture Editors Reporters: Nancy Curtis , Lee Finley Anne Hawkins Sally Johnson Dana Murdock Jean Gildersleeve Phyllis Voigt Margaret Williams Jane Thedford Miss Moore, Mrs. Yates .... . . . Sponsors 28 Miss Moore-Corinne F Becky Ray P Marilyn Sizer Q Flossie Weill J K Jean Mrs. Yates Flossie Margaret Phyllis Nancy Shirley Jane Dana Lee Sally Anne Dme Elaine Becky Cannon i. Ann fit 5-21' 4-3 Susan Stimson Phyllis Salisbury Susan Mastin Mrs. Clark Picture Editor CofEditor Co-Editor Advisor g Come in and shut the door-we're having a party!" The Annual Board, Ltd., l967A68 has a definite hang- up. Although separate personality discrepancies are fortu- nately not obviously exposed, minute quirks do appear here and there. "Susan Blevins, you have 10 demerits!" Laboring assiduously, whether on the Book or ordinary homework, Annual Board members are often seriously jolted by a small female with an extremely powerful voice. "Barbara says" "Bobby didi' "Coke" . . . "another joke" "I disagree". The disjoint members of this elite group have en- deavored through sacrifice, hard work, and occasional dif- ferences of opinion to present an illustration of G.P.S. now. 30 -lu., oard Layout Editors: Dorothy Leader and Susan Blevins. I I ...J I .. V -.J -1 X l erary Staff: Martha Ling, Libby Wann, and Libha rrris. Picture Editor Susan Stimson with her assistants Gail Thomas and Paula Anderson. 5 'Q R if 5 J' E? Yu I. . W H H lf' 2 2 +3 2 " I Wm fi :.. . Y" Z u E 5 K Q. 3 .fsezafg 'if we w Q - .4 M as S it V' si :Sis fl LU' T" "5 Tu ' 13 ' 'w ' - nf. uw - . 1 , A . u , u' , ',,v .. nom iffn ,E .. ,X aff f ,, M, In 59 FEQD , 1, 1 gg .-Q-ii. V..-ni...-...... M r -1. Athletics 'Possunt quia posse videnturf' Tenn 14715, " L1 .. - 'mx-.. HN ,4 ' 1, . .- I 7 1' ,J .-' -w ' .1 A 1 ,f A . . -4. . lg ' V V314 1, - .' fl: ',".v-v-.r-- Q.-.1!.'..I Q Y, ' .. ' ,gtf :. : , V f . Karen puts one over for GPS. 34 Coach Brown has a word with her B-Team CZWZS -04' MH404-' Varsity Katie Brown Mary Bryan Betsy Caldwell' Chrissy Caldwell Susan Chester Laura Duffy Chappel Guerry Karen Kimball Hilda Mills Judy Willett 'Captain ph-Mrs. Brown B-Team Ann Chesnutt Susan Cochran Judy Dick Jayne Harber Dana Murdock Jane Hutcherson Ginger Stein Ellen Schwartz Mary Sellers Brenda Thomas .1 Jr. Varsity Mary Lisa Chcsnutt Margy Davenport Susan Ingalls Ann Newell Susan Scott Alice Strang Cathy Waters Manker Patten warm-up The Tennis Team 1S always the most triumphant varsity team Augmented by a successful fall season, the Tennis Team con tinues to be victortous Members Debbie Allen Betsy Battle Cathy Baker' Virginia Beasley Caroline Gilley Mary Grems Laura Holt Jane Hutcherson Susan Isbell Ellen Kovacevich Ann McKenzie Marjorie Miller Kathy Mock Hilary Popham Patty Rawlings Tweedie Sibold 'Captain Swimming Team For our nylon-clad swimmers, hard work they put in is alleviated by the fact that they work out at Baylor natatorium. This year was lighted by G.P.S. participation in the ter-state meet held in Knoxville. G won second place. Captain and team members decide on - colors. vi Swimming M eel Senior Division 276 Blue 221 Black Junior Division 660 Blue 429 Black Ellen Kovacevich demonstrates expert diving technique Are you coming in or going out? Heads or tails? 1 ' f If y Q X 46" 'N' T V l A N ..-.AA WW Cleaver of the depths. Varsity Basketball As the years go by, the G.P.S. basketball team becomes more successful. Cheered on by the terrific support of the student body, the team completed the season with a 3-7 record. The team, captained by Sarah Robinson and Sara Scar- brough, twice beat Cleveland Day School, and downed Notre Dame in the final game. Members Betsy Caldwell Marie Cochran Sarah Robinson Marie Kirk Hilda Mills Jo Buttram Judy Willett Margaret Churchwell Sheryl Speer Suzanne Nichols Allison Goree Jane Thedford Sara Scarbrough Head-Managers Mary Lou Johnson Chappe Gass Assistants Diane Flatt Martha Campbell Susan Strickland Susan Chester 38 fu. s. . - , Q is I he - ' is MQ, ' 11 , . fr an , 41 ,. , 3-'I 7 ig . : ll J - 1 -5" mr if 1 fr , . 'Z' ' e g f .V --QQ U!1,.-'vw'M, ',,,,,, 1, WH, ,X L, 1, wx., ,, 1 , W , .,. L- J .W 1 ,V - r. 3 L. , X !. I, 01.1, 'Q cad Mapagers Ma Lou Johnson and Chappe G Bw E 'SEV x. sm -' ' il 4 , ' aft 51,8 u A 'N , ,1 5, Mine! The G P S Volleyball Team is renowned for its successful participation in the annual tournament. This year the team showed its usual excellence in the competition at Hixson. 1968 Volleyball Team Betsy Caldwell Tabie Chambliss Sara Scarbrough Paula Anderson Emily Bryan 'Anne Ingalls Karen Kimball Mary McKenzie Sarah Robinson Nancy Worley Margaret Churchwell Jo Buttram Ann McKenzie Allison Goree Ellen Kovacevich Jenny Robinson 'Captain All-City Vczrsi lleyball Worley digs! Managers Head Manager: Karen Meador Assistants: Anne Wooclrufl' Laura Leach Margaret Williams Mary Lou Johnson Marty Drake C happc Gass Pal Lee Rosie Colburn 41 0 See Emily. See Emily jump T erpsichora' A graceful Muse-Terpsichore-portrayal of expression, dedication and industry, perse verance, creativity, and ingenuity, May Day, Spring program, inspirational chapel service. The creative organ of G.P.S.-Terpsichord. Officers President . . . Karen Smith Vice-President . . . Peggy Dickinson Advisor . . . Mrs. Dick Thomas ,ta rr Karen and Peggy is V Terpsichord members plan their annual performance. Karen Smith Peggy Dickinson Candy Auten Janice Card Tahie Chambliss Senior Members Weezie Davenport Carol Ann Hixson Mary Lou Johnson Biddy Leal Susan Mastin 42 Sara Scarbrough Gloria Swann Betsy Thedford Anne Tomlinson Allison Ulin Junior Members Linda Chobot Margaret Churchwell Jane Demos Robin Higgason Sally Johnson Ginny Landis Kathy Lupton Ann McKenzie Cissy Plumlee Missie Snodgrass Chris Stabile Kathy Lupton and her friend the mop Sophomore Members Cathy Baker Anne Clarke Shirley Raider Freshman Basketball The Freshman basketball team, composed of outstanding players, in preparation for the Varsi- ty, has completed a victorious season. t An easy shot Members Virginia Beasle Mary Bryan Tee Caldwell Ann Chesnutt Marie Davis Laura Dufl'y"' Christie Gerou Jayne Harber Sue Anne Hari Graham Lutim Dean Paden Sally Rudisill Margaret Sies Katie Swick Ellen Schwartz 'Captain 44 Involvement fXfx, , Ann MeKenzie more Allison Goree venth grade, Alice Strangg ghth grade. Lynn Fricrsong nth grade, El en Schwartz ural Co-Captain, Sara Scarbrough. Intramural Team Captains Intramural Co-Captain, Anne Ingalls Q2 Jun-ior, Margaret Churchwellg Sophomore, Ellen Kovacevich C? 9? --1 Eighth grade, Jane Lynchg Seventh grade, Cathy Watersg Ninth grade, Tee Caldwell Cheerleaders Cissy Candy Allison Shirley This yearis G.P.S. cheerleaders are a versatile group. They cheer not only the Blues at McCallie games, but also our Blues and Blacks at G.P.S. games. Hard practice at least twice a week leads to their outstanding performance at all school events. K Senigfg- Fl'CSl'1I'1'18l'l- Allison Ulin Bitsy Stoneburner Candy Auten Linda Green 8th Grade- Shannon Pitner Junior- Carter Wells Cissy Plumlee X Sophomore- Shirley Raider Sponsor . . . Mrs. Tom Patrick 46 Linda Bitsy 'ful . . Q U Zfin' .AQ. Q 1..N- .'1 .I Q - no 1 1- v, s, , f' 1' ii x Y Q E H J ,- 9' ' ,,,4-vp wv -- M, A 4 12. ' A., 1 .ff W, , . , , w V .-.-.. , .. - ' -.uf-. 1 V 'T 4T'L'b+rf.5g,. H 3 ,.,..v2..e. ' 1 -'35 1 -L: 'IC mfg. 15,-sw, I I Q5 -11 . Q4 J cfifz' 1 M fi v J. .r , 4, , 4 4 . ' s- .", Y , ,dh ,N I p . 4: , In gi. I' sf 9 1 .r Jw N ' , 'T id a1v3f44fgs1--1 -1 ' "5 1 ' N-pf' ' f fb ,. 9- -C Ml -' , '-1-'-,- - - 4". nf-55,39 Q'-1 Q "iANig.5:T 1 1-H qu .lf ' 'F I.. Intramural Sports Tennis, volleyball, basketball, badminton, ball, and swimming comprise Intramural bl This year, in order to provide a wider range athletic participation, the Athletic Association ganized intramural teams preliminary to ' ' K 2 I choice ofthe Varsity. Basketball drew the est number of participants, owing to Mrs. T as' double-elimination tournament. Boehm goes for home! A A X 7 ' - :ji21!f"'5ivgrq'f.,.,, L, ,,,Tgg:-,ML l Is the effort worth the reward? You'll never get anywhere with your tongue hanging out! 48 ' 4,...i,.... M- p the hall rolling! Paul G. Bode, headmaster, father, husband . . . referee Swimmers check their score sheets. Enthusiasm is the motto! 49 ss... W", JW. 4' "" " A 0, Y V ,. Q-,. 3-. 1631. 'Kirks' '32 ff, QW. . mx wh Iii? I 1 -. -Q -.4 .li ii, A ctivities "The devils enter uninvited when the house stands empty. For other kinds of guests, you have first to open the door." l Ma l 341 Q Chairmen Against the backdrop of holiday pageantry, the Seniors grandly march. paying tribute to the Queen and Maid of Honor. The labor behind this May Day should be recognized. The hard work of Mrs. Thomas, cheerful cooperation of Mrs. Glenn, original planning of Terpsichord, and the expert job of the chairmen, headed by co-chairmen Mary Hagan and Sissy Law, have made May Day 1968 an overwhelming success. X li 1-Af: , ii A-rxu ' tw, 1 H appy Holidays The Fourth Halloween Thanksgiving Christmas Of Juhf 54 May Day, 1968 Valentinelv Day St. Patrickiv Day Easter 55 I y 1 J 'Y K J 1 D ' May Pole Queen Ana' Maia' Of Honor dl' ., ,V 41 Miss Elizabeth Stevenson Caldwell Miss Emibf Williams Bryan Maid Of Honor May Queen 56 Queen Ana' Attendants JCL. Queen ........... ............... E mibf Williams Bryan Maid Of Honor .... Elizabeth Stevenson Caldwell Page ........... Crown Bearer.. S cepter Bearer. Train Bearers.. Kirnberhf Ann Davis ......... Joy Elaine Smith . . .. Dallas Michele Haden Susan Elizabeth Long Carol Lynn Nation 57 I 58 59 0 o -Q-9- 3 Q0 il , - v :pk 'ir' Egg -sift , . " X 'afnm A XX f 'I 1 .V aw x ' , 'fr R I I 1 l K .xx .E 'N 4 -1: + 3 G' -nt- , 'K 'S 1" Q. Q V GFICE some people this could I got the feeling! a problem. 61 Mental retardation never killed anyone. J uni or- S eni They'll pair off every tim 62 WZ i. "4f v Your "What" keeps lifting me higher and higher? A .-7' . , , . . , .... .,...,.,,. .L . - A V I' - - ......... -. R wgxlw, I 4 1' mi A f . -4-ni.-.1-'ip "' '- --- M..- ..-.......-.,.,,'S",.':"r " -P MH- 'fgr- , - -gs A '...-........ W,-..,-Q Sophomore, J unior, S Surrre you're a Muskogian Indian! Senior Dance Only one more hour! Gesticulation is the art of the dance, 'I V I Cat-Rat Week The first week of school, the lawn was transformed from the verdant green to a fairyland of Robin Hoods, Captain Hooks, and Frankensteins. Feed your head! fgffuf , I 1 f fi- "- 'ff LW hi 66 ,- fl X' The Senior is second from the left. "She'll be coming round the mountain when she comes." Q .51 , -gifs ? 55? ESE? W 5? .m , ..w-:wwf-ma, Q .Q ....m.f"'w: . , ,., ,.. - .::. 1 u w w v I I V N N N W N N H. 4 w L K H g N J ?"T bl, W 11 1 H W X H H ww ' X H gh w Clubs "All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts., An elaborate night-time production was the highlight of Theater Arts' most successful year. Under the skilled direction of Mrs. James Hitt, the histrionic G.P.S. girls complemented by a company of McCallie and Baylor ac- tors produced a mature play of exceptional value. The Theater Arts Club is a talented and selective organization -an opportunity for each girl to employ her potential theatrical talent, Senior Theater Arts Officers: President ...... . . Gwin Bader Vice-President . . . . . Mary Patten Secretary .... ..... P at Lee Treasurer. , . Robin Mebane Historian . . . Sherry Kissinger Frances Adams Debbie Allen Paula Anderson Cathy Baker Travis Bibb Stephanie Bigley Janet Boehm Tis Brown Jo Buttram Louise Chamberlain Sally Christensen Margaret Churchwell Anne Clark Susan Cooper Weezie Crutchfield Carolyn Curtis Nancy Curtis Patti Davenport Judy Dick Lee Finley Diane Flatt Stuart Folts Margie Franklin Gale Graham Linda Green Harriett Greene Linda Gregory Kathy Hasselle Anne Hawkins Margaret Hitt Carol Hixson Susan Hudson Jane Hutcherson Kathy Hutchinson Marcia Johnson Joy Kendall Ellen Kovacevich Sally Lundy Kathy Lupton Diane Lyke Mary McAllester Debbie McDonough Ann McKenzie Molly Mallon Janie Matthews Ruth Oehmig Jane Okrasinski Becky Ray Sue Rubenstein Mathilde Silverstein Ada Smith Susan Smith Becky Steinmann Karen Thompson Fifi Voigt Flossie Weill Nancy Wey Margaret Williams Marie Williams Theater A rts Junior Theater Arts OFFICERS: President .......,.,... Vice-President ........,. Secretary . . . . . Treasurer. . . . . Mary Allen Judy Barker Leslie Bass Betsy Bates Virginia Beasley Marty Bieter Donnie Braly Honey Brown Jacquelyn Buttram Chrissy Caldwell Fin Caldwell Tee Caldwell Mary Elizabeth Campbell Betsy Carter Emily Chamberlain Caroline Chesnutt Beth Close Bobby Cooper Genny Craig Donna Davis Marie Davis Linda Deakins Karie Doster Laura Dulfy Janice Envin Gale Finley Kim Fuge Pam Funderburg Caroline Gilley Jan Hall Jayne Harber Mary Harper Z . e 71 . . Leslie Bishop , . . Linda Clift . , . Diane Banks , Aletta Woodruff Sue Anne Harrison Jane Hawkins Susan Hon Martha Hooker Sunny Hooper Shaaron Jackson Gayle Jacoway Courtney James Jane Kennedy Kitty Lawson Dana Leventhal Iris Long Sally Millard Cathy Mock Dean Paden Jessica Parks Libby Pope Amy Robertson Jean Robinson Nancy Robinson Toni Schroeder Mary Sellers Nancy Snow Rae Speer Leslie Stagmaier Ginger Stein Gena Stephenson Bitsy Stoneburner Barton Stout Debbie Troy Kathy Turner Junior Current Events Club Enthusiasm is the word for the Junior Current IE 'E " 'Y V Events Club. Composed of the entire eighth grade and more than half of the seventh grade, this club is easily the most popular in the school. Interested in staying in touch with the times, these girls discuss the current happenings and hear locally famous guest speakers. Officers President ...,.. ......... . . Betsy Battle Vice-president . . . Patty Ochs Secretary ...... ......... S teppie Ortlip Treasurer .... ....... M argarct Thatcher Sponsor .... . . Mrs. Edgar D. Walter, Jr. Mrs. Walter imparts scintillating thoughts Forensic Club Officers President ...... ............ J ane Demos Vice-president . , . .......... Pat Lee Secretary ...... . . Amanda Masterson Sponsor .... .... M rs. Soulier Members ces Adams hanie Bigley y Brown a Chobot garet Churchwell n Cooper i Davenport Demos ra Faucette gie Franklin Graham ney James n Jones Joy Kendall Sherry Kissinger Pat Lee Amanda Masterson Karen Meador Ruth Oehmig Jane Okrasinski Margaret Porter Sue Rubenstein Susan Smith Missie Snodgrass Judy Willett Marie Williams This newly formed club has generated much interest and enthusiasm through- out the school. Debates have taken place against Sewanee, Red Bank, and Baylor. Math Club n Mrs. Bartee and her assid Math Club members meet monthly. This club which open to juniors and seniors vides an opportunity for pi cal uses of mathematics. President ........ ..... L inda Green Vice President ..... . . . Martha Campbell Secretary Treasurer ..,..... Melissa Parham Sponsor ............. Mrs. Ted Ray Bartee Members Jo Buttram Marty Drake Martha Campbell Chappe Gass Louise Chamberlain Susan Gilbert Susan Chester Leoma Gilley Rosemary Colburn Miss Moyer minimizes mathematical mysteries. Linda Green Laura Leach Melissa Parham Nancy Wey Anne Woodruff. 74 Christian Forum JAH I I 1 75 1 Christian Forum 1111 Conroy oy Curtis arty Drake laine Fleissner ally Gilman inda Green nne Ingalls arol Hixson ane Little manda Masterson aren Meador ilda Mills ilary Popham arah Robinson usan Scott ancy Smartt eggy Stewart usan Swafford loria Swann etsy Thedford nne Tomlinson aura Wilson llen Young Christian Forum Gflicers President . . . . . . Anne Tomlinson Planner, . . ......... Nancy Smartt . . Mrs. Cave Richardson Betsy Thedford . Ellen Young . . Hilda Mills 9th Grade Mary Allen Diana Banks Judy Barker Leslie Bishop Honey Brown Mary Brown Jacquelyn Buttram Fifi Caldwell Beth Close Dia Frierson Pam Funderburg Jan Hall Jayne Harbor President .... Vice President Secretary .... Treasurer .... Sponsor ...., CYC Members Cathy Hellman Courtney James Jane Kennedy Jessica Parks Libby Pope Nancy Rothberger Mary Sellers Margaret Sies Ginger Stein Katie Swick Debbie Williams Aletta Woodruff l0th grade Debbie Allen CYC Oilicers . . . . . . . Jane Thedford MaryAllen . . . Jenny Robinson . . . Jacquelyn Buttram . . . Mrs. R. S. Courtney Tis Brown Jean Gildersleeve Ellen Kovacevich Marilyn Maywhort Debbie McDonough Suzanne Nichols Jenny Robinson Julie Robinson Tweedie Sibold Ada Smith Teresa Snow Jane Thedford Fifi Voigt Margaret Williams Christian Youth Listening to guest speakers, having parties for needy children, and helping augment the income of selected families are the ways a G.P.S. girl can learn to help others and to act as a responsible citizen. Through the efforts of the Chris- tian Youth Club, seventh and eighth graders can enrich their lives, as well as the lives of others. Ofhcers President ........... Shannon Pitner Vice-President ........ Susan Ingalls Secretary-Treasurer ...... Mary West Sponsor ........ Mrs. Tom Thedford I 1 il Mrs. Thedford meets with her officers. Eighth Grade Members Julie Anderson Betsy Battle Anne Coffey Linda Corwin Christie Dennis Jan Glaze Melody Hannah Jenny Hon Linda Malone Elizabeth McCabe Libby McKinney Ann Newell 76 Debbie Pless Ann Pullen Hilda Schmissrauter Rhetta Sies Margaret Thatcher asurer Kim Taylor it y' nsor Mrs Charles Cissna 'H f-if L-5,1 Lf - 6 Mrs. Cissna and her officers plan entertaining programs, Seventh Grade Members Donna Achey Beth Aiken Stewart Anderson Elizabeth Barrett Kathy Braly Becky Brock Gene Bentley Cathy Brantly Ann Bohr Sherry Caldwell Jane Carter Mary Lisa Chesnutt Caroline Chobot Carolyn Cofer Kelly Cooper Meg Crimmins Beth Davenport Kim Davis Adna Dixon Susan Eady Tilda Fassnacht Lynne Gilbert Chappell Guerry Susie Hale Lois Ihrig Janet Jackson Elizabeth Kennedy Mary Katherine Kirk Susan Long Laura Lore 77 Karen Meyers Evelyn Miles Cydne Murdock Aileen Masterson Jan Morgan Carol Nation Celia Ochs Cindy Prestwood Marsha Prigmore Peggy Reilly Debbie Robinson Carolyn Robinson Linda Robinson Laura Rudisill Beth Ryan Lisa Reynolds Christine Smith Joy Smith Melanie Smith Alice Strang Callie Taff Debbie Thompson Molly Wallace Cathy Waters Melanie Wilcox Meg Wrightson Rose Wright Ellen Yankee Nancy Yarnell Lolly Yates Senior Glee Club Seniors Lucinda Gibson Susan Gilbert Linda Green Kathy Houck Carol Rothberger Karen Thompson Juniors Martha Campbell Elaine Fleissner Laura Leach Susan Swafford Sophomores Gale Graham Patricia Harden Jenny McQueen Janie Matthews Vicki Shrader Freshmen Diana Banks Marty Bieter Leslie Bishop Oilicers President ...... ........... . . Chappell Gass Vice-President .... ....... . . Kathy Thomison Secretary ..... . . . Josephine Bishop Treasurer ..... ..... R osemaxy Colburn Accompanist . . . .......... Leoma Gilley Sponsor .... . . . Mrs. Margaret N. Glenn f 'G Glenn Carroll Caroline Chester Genny Craig Bobby Cooper Beth Dameron Linda Deakins Gale Finley Kim Fuge Pam Funderburg Jan Hall Cathy Hellmann Susan Hon Sunny Hooper Kitty Lawson Iris Long Libby Pope Melanie Reynold Amy Robertson Sally Rudisill Amy Schmidt Katie Swick Debbie Williams S President .... Vice President Treasurer .... Secretary .... Accompanist . Sponsor ..... Junior Glee Club Eighth Grade Cathy Ault Missy Brooke Jean Carrier Leslie Connell Sharon Ford Jan Glaze Jan Graham Laura Holt Jenny Hon Susan Isbell Marty Mildram J effrey Peckham Debbie Pless Shannon Pitner Judy Taylor Twig Warrick Seventh Grade Donna Achey Beth Aiken Elizabeth Barrett Kathy Bartlett Joan Beckmann Cindy Bowman Cathy Brantly Becky Brock Jane Carter . . ........... Linda Malone . . . ....... ..., L yn Bethea . . . Lynn Hatfield . . . . .,.... Karen Newton . . . .,....... Lynn Hatfield . . . . Mrs. Margaret N. Glenn The Junior and Senior Glee Clubs endeavor to put a song in the heart of each G.P.S. girl. Whether singing in Christmas or Commencement y programs, or leading hymns in chapel, this club plays an important role in G.P.S. everyday life. 79 Members Carolyn Cofer Beth Davenport Georgia Ann Dicks Susan Eady Tilda Fassnacht Ardeth Healan Janet Jackson Ann Jay Margaret Levine Susan Long Aileen Masterson Holly McQueen Karen Meyers Jan Morgan Celia Ochs Marsha Prigmore Carolyn Robinson Linda Robinson Anne Schmissrauter Melanie Smith Kim Taylor Patricia Tepper Debbie Thompson Molly Wallace Melanie Wilcox Meg Wrightson Ellen Yankee President .... Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer .... Sponsors. . . Julia Anderson Lolly Ballard Betsy Battle Lyn Bethea Caroline Bickel Marsha Bloyer . . ......... . y . . . ....... Margaret Thatcher Latin Club Officers Beck Prestwood . Anne Patz Ann Cochran Mrs. Alfred Smith Mrs. R. G. Brock Members Katie Brown Carole Callahan Kath Campbell Jian Carrier Leslie Connell Linda Corwin . 1 , Etymological experts A Roman villa. For those budding Latin scholars of Junior School age, the newly formed Latin Club offers additional challenge and fun. Eighth learning ancient beginnmg study Mar Chriggie Dennis Sharon Ford Lynne Frierson Suzy Goldberg Jan Graham Lynne Hatiield Beth Head Lynne Helms Sarah Henshall Lorrie Hoifman Laura Holt Jenny Hon Susan In alls Cherrie Igendall Lois Kirk Davenport N KQAJ- V ...., t u",'r 2-lt , grade students with a B average enjoy Roman customs and augmenting their of Latin. Stephanie Hild Ruth Ellen Mart Kollmans erger y P Cartter Wells Anne I Lucy l Carrie L' Cind ' Linda Laurie Debbie Karen N. Y M l l Anne Sharon a Schmissr Susan C 4 Debbie I l Twig W Frances W 2 , X W-.J at ' if' " Pep Club "Your pep! You've got it, now keep it! Don't lose itg we need it!" This well known cheer certainly exempliiies the spirit of the G.P.S. Pep Club. Members, chosen for their exceptional school spirit, provide the extra boost G.P.S. needs. Making posters to encourage support at games and counting class attendances at games are a few of many activities of this club. Elduc ise Ihrig art Anderson grade ham Latimer y Patten grade hy Lupton Chobot How do we get outselves out of this one? 81 yrs- - ' W ,,,. ,,- ,... Q- ' ns Spanish Q Our G.P.S. Spanish Club is an experience learning the everyday Spanish customs, as as the actual language. Games, dialogues, speakers highlight the programs. Oflicers President Carol Hixson Vice-President Jane Healy W fi Program Chairman Diane Flatt Secretary-Treasurer Ruth Oehmig Sponsor Mrs. C. S. Cunningham Mimi Allen Candy Auten Peggy Brown Janice Card Leoma Gilley Sally Gilman Anne Ingalls Senior Members Connie Leech Diane Lyke Elizabeth McDona Hilary Popham Nancy Smartt Anne Tomlinson Nancy Wey 82 V ? ld gy Club Junior Members Mary Chapin Linda Chobot Carmen DeLoach Laura Faucette Jackie Gilbreath Bonnie Graves Robin Higgason Laura Ihrig Ginny Landis Bonnie Leal Kathy Lupton Missie Snodgrass Sheryl Speer Susan Strickland Brenda Thomas Nancy Wilson The highlight of the year was il Christmas party given for the children at the Fold of the Good Shepherd. Sophomore Members Debby Allen Shirley Raider Nancy Campbell Julie Robinson Glenn Lore Vicki Shrader Jenny McQueen Teresa Snow 83 oNE WAY wtf vices. Jane and Susie B. talk about drips and hands in chapel ser- September School reopens. Mrs. Clark typilies the Charlotte returns in haze of ideal G,P,S, girl-Glamq marital bliss. Puss. Rats, Cats roll at Skate- Mr. Bode calls Mary land. Huck amazed by Hagan "Frenchie" in chapel. Dorothy's coordination. Students wonder if perhaps he knows something they don't. October Ortlip and McDonough form topless swimsuit duo at Baylor. Masterson wins hula hoop contest McCallie delegates, Crank and Mo, attempt to recruit dates from our student "bod" for anxious boarders. Stench becomes obnoxious. Annual Board wonders "do things go better with coke?" Annual dedication is finally completed 84 Phyllis notices Toto owes Mastin 686 on I.O.U. sheet and also that Paul Newman owes Susie B. two kisses. Senior Olympics- Seniors are again surprised by leader's athletic sig. I.O.U. sheet. Friday the thirteenth! Allison gets early acceptance to Emory! Assembly by a genuine, bell- ringing Town-Crier from Merry Old England. Hulfaker cleans feet in bathroom stall. November Dorothy and Betsy finally tum seventeen. Big Day at G.P.S.-Seniors Student Council shocks girls Buttram, our paragon of virtue, hold Miss America pageant. Miss Coon Dog Wann is herself out as "Cleopatra". chosen '67-68 G.P.S. Sweet- heart-Miss Gorgeous Pussycat of the Seniors. CHATTANOOGA NEWS-FREE PRESS , .. C., .. vw nov menoxnw r-:vi-lm-:rr ALLEN LEE ERIEMON 'i A . j ' President and Publisher Treunnr . ' 'S' Published Weekday Afternoons and Sunday Mornings r WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1967 December Honor Society Initiation-a few Seniors amazed and disap- because they were not in- to Join. Students in a rush to leave. Christmas pageant rates three fal- len angels. Spanish Students regale chapel with Mexican Christ- mas songs. 85 es etudiants francais host chapel 29 January Girls retum in a glow of Christ- mas "Spirits". Students return in fear and trembling of Mrs. Richardson and Bible exam. Day ot' Reckoning. The elements reign. Pretty cool No school. Students hang on to the last thread of life pray- ing to survive- Exams. February Nix attempts to escape theater meeting but is trapped "on the looking in". Notre Dame sings heart beats for you through pimplef' Snow falls and students hit the beds. Biological minded Mastin becomes too en- grossed in frog dissection and leaves class with a mouthful of. . . ugh! the students Elvis. Luv pewails in assembly- Student Council embarrasses chapel with intimate details of Nix expresses great luv For Dog complains of snake bite. personal lives. 86 Leap Day! Snow falls W inch. School shut down! Robinsc delivers serious chapel talk. 1 Terpsichord presents a beautiful program in spite of an accumulation of bruises. M arch way! SPRING VACA- TION!! Civilian Day- Mass migration to Day tona and Ft. Lauderdale!! Static whips Annual Board in Antic Bowl. But the Board feels beauty is better than brawn any Students return with little tan, but many tales. Ulin makes a conquest. Mrs. Walter honored as outstanding history teacher in Tennessee. A bunny birthday-Talk circulating of a "Get Ac- quainted Party . G.P.S. Senior privileges leave mark-W of Senior Class on failure list. April Fools' Day. April G.P.S. parking lot infested with McCallie cadets. Seniors get caught skipping 6th period study hall. Cleopatra elected Student Council President. Freshman-Sophomore Dance 87 Susan Cochran still suffer- ing from her snakebite! FXECQ . Ka L Qs Y - ss, , M - USSJ' f m ,- 5 rea llellf k m?351Q w wal 351' W' vu H .. P2522 I W X i 'uw k. 9 1 A W J-'Ll ,Aim Q 0 Faculty "You cannot teach a man anythingg you can only help him to find it within himself? Administration Paul G. Bode Headmaster Catawba College, B.A. Vanderbilt University, M.A. University of Virginia Harvard University, M.A. 90 i i J l Miss Mary Elizabeth Smith Director ol' Junior School English Duke University. B.A. University of Cltuttunoogtt, M.E. Peabody College Mrs. M. O. Clurk Assistant to the Headmaster English Randolph Macon, B.A. University of Alabama. M.A University of Chicago Stetson University 91 Mrs. E. T. Schmidt Engflish Elon Co lege, B.A. Mrs. Carol Boykin English Universit of Tennessee, AL., M.A. If ig' E Mrs. M. G, Scholten English Universit of Akron B.S. Y , Siena College University of Chattanooga, M.S. Mrs. W. F. Sfneakman Ei? ish University of hattanooga, English Miss Roberta Moore l-lend ofthe Department of English Ohio Wesleyan, B.A. Ohio University. M.A. Columbia Umversit University of Kcntuclly Mrs. James Hitt English Martin College Whitworth Middle Tennessee State T College, B.S. sg, History Mrs. Michael W. Soulicr American History B.S. University ol' Uluh Mrs. Jean Grote Yates Histo? Mount Holyoke ollege, B.A. ' Mrs. Albert B. Hicks Geo aphy University of Elgennessee B.A. Q: X ' University of Chattanooga, M.A.T. '13 'f-QE- 4 ' Mrs. C. S. Wheeler Mrs. E. D. Walter History History ty of Cltztttanoogai, B.S.. M.A. University of Chattanooga, B.A. University of Alabama University of Maine 93 , Mrs, A. J. Poston Head of the Department of Languages Latin Carson-Newman College, B.A. Tufts .X'l'lil1DRAl,l: Dk Mrs. Dan Anderson French Mrs. Alfred Smith Latin Wesleyan College, B.A. University of Tennessee Diploma Su eriur d'Etudes Francaises Modernes Lycee de Reims Mention Tres glonorable from the Alliance Francaise Mrs. Larry Bnscom French Queen's College, A.B. Languages Mrs. Stranley Addis French E. S. Albert. France, B.A. Peabody College Mrs. Jack Pcrsinger Lzllin University of Alabama, A.B. Mrs. R. G. Brock Latin Randolph Macon Woman's College, B.A. 95 Mrs. C. S. Cunningham Spanish College of William and Mary, A.B Mrs. R. W. lngwalson Chemistry Carthage College, B.A. University of Florida, M.A. Miss Lois Mo er Head of the De artment of Mathematics and Science Clollege of Wooster, B.A. Ohio Wesleyan, M.A. Mrs. Gene Vredeveld Biology Calvin College, Grand Rapids, A.B. Michigan State University University of Chattanooga Mrs. Clifford Heindel Mathematics Vassar, B.A. 4 College University of Chattanooga, M.Ed. 96 New York State Teachers' M ath A nd Sciences Mrs. Ted Bartee Mathematics Duke University, A.B. Vanderbilt University, M.A. 49 i -I i v 4 .i vi i 1. A l . i l W i 't Tl Mrs. W. Damon Tuggle U Mathematics University of Chattanooga, '57 Qlsecrs 13155 Lrg Mrs. Charles Cissna Mathematics of Chattanooga, B.A. Mrs. Edward Grerns Science Western College, Oxford, Ohio, A.B. Piedmont Hospital, Atlanta MT CASCPJ ll. Mrs. Robert Cooper Science University ol' North Carolina A.B. Vanderbilt University L.L.B. University of Ala ama Wit 10,1 :N J Confidentially- Mrs. R. S. Courtney Mathematics Carson-Newman College, B.A. University of Chattanooga ,El Q A, t 97 Mrs. Dick Thomas Physical Education University of Chattanooga, B.A. Mfg, Tom Patrick University ofTennessee, M.S. Physical Education University of Chattanooga. B,S. Mrs. Campbell Carden Bible University of Chattanooga, B.A. Mrs. Margaret Glenn Music American Conservatory of Music. Chicago Electives Mrs. A. C. Richardson Bible University of Chattanooga, Maryville College, Bachelor of Mrs. Locke Thomison Art College of William and Mary, f G. Chcsher Holmes Admissions Secretary Petersburg Jr. College ot' Chattanooga Staff Mrs. A. F. Porzelius Director, Administrative Services Sweet Briar College, B.A. Mrs. Thomas L. Thedford Study Hall Proctor Shorter College Mrs. William L. Schlemmer Study Hall Proctor University of Chattanooga Mrs. Walter Young, Jr. Secretary Mountain City Business College Mrs. Oren Reed Dietitian Mittelschule ' Lubeck, Germany Mr. Andrew Shrum, Jr. Building Supervisor Mrs. T. w. Bridge "" Librarian University of Chattanooga, B.A. Emory University, B.S. in Library Science DV: '-1 fr' wh' A . Y .M 5 .IJ L' ., N , 4-,pp K , , ,lull , Luft:-Q-'L '- .F 15 gk ,gl-.,ngJA 53.1, C.. im YA. ,x ESQ -f ,mx , x-. H Y .Y r 'f v...' .W as ff if A if ix asf , M. , ,, W, , ,Jef A .'.'9?f .vu --ai ,5?1.:I. fi? f I f , 1 Classes 'Facta est immensi copia mundi .Senior ,Class no Q- -B x, ,. 'ffv H, H33 ,Q Q 'C blk, , Q Q ay! 1-5- , -9 h 75 ' , ell Nancy Sfeiefarr ,E w ' '57 it .1- -A, A A "W - Z' 1' - 4 5 1 JP? NEC , Tabie Chambliss Ellen Espy President Treasurer G's gonna romp 'em. stomp one. FlQ . und things continue to go better with Coke after ke after Coke. Six months'ago I didn't know how to spell Glumorpuss and now I ure L ' Every school needs a Ziegfield Follies. The seniors-that glorified group of people-each standing on the threshold of adulthood! The Senior Year-the transition period-striving to recognize the intrinsic values of maturity, still clinging to adolescent enjoyment! The friends remembered that sacred year- the lessons of tolerance, forgiveness, and knowledge never to be forgotten! And it is these memories of things and friends that will be carried over to the mag- ical world of college. 103 Senior Class YT? Xi t I Margaret Elizabeth Allen Entered 19623 Blue Team: Glee Club 7, 8, I, Il, III, IV, Varsity Glee Club Il: Swimming Team, 7, 8, Ig Modern Dance 7. 8, Service League. I, Ilg Class Play 83 Tennessee Junior Academy of Science III. Sparkling blue eyes . . . grand organizer . . . WILK-endless telephone calls . . . McCallie . . . gossip . . . trips to Greenville . . . naturally curly hair . . . "With This Ring" . . . Bil- ly's shirts . . . Chanel No. 5 . . . bubbling personality . . . P.C. . . . "Hard to believe" . . . unforgettable picnics at the lake . . , "Rachel" . . . a rash every week . . . onion rings "More,' . . . St. Christopher . . . forever in love, Mimi. PAF, Chairman. Jane Carol Arnold Entered 19655 Black Teamg Creative Writing Club IIQ Neatest in Uniform II: Service League II: B-Team Volleyball, IIIQ 'fSTATIC" IIIQ Honor Court Representative, IIIQ Tennessee Ju- nior Academy of Science III, "Bruise News" IVQ Areopagus. IV: Honor Court Represen- tative IV. -Just a 'gLittle rambling rec from Ga. Tech," . . . "Let's hear it for the 'Bruise News'!" . . . blue eyes . . . Mrs. K's beef stroganoff. . . "My favorite pastime?" "Wade"ing, of course!! l'Misty Or" . . , Mailbox Mania . . . "I don't agree!" . . . an answer? for everything . . . 'fltls not that I can't play tennis, itls my racquetv . . . Telleco, the Cat . . . Brainerd tan, g'Hit the ball, Flipper!"-Jane. 104 Emibf Frances Adams Paula Elizabeth Anderson Entered l962g Black Teamg Christmas Forum, 73 Science Club, 83 Service League 9 Freshman Basketball teamg "B" Team Basketball, Ilg Math Club Ilg Varsity Baksctball Senior Theatre Arts, III, IVg Christian Forum, III, Forensic Club, IV. Diligent . . . practical . . . predictable . . . math and science . . . somewhat gullible feminine blushes . . . natural blondie . . . rather stubborn . . . avid Presbyterian ends in Gatlinburg . . . Adams 8: Adams Incorporated . . . "I won't be able to see him whole month!" . . , littlest of three sisters . . . Francie. Entered l962g Black Team, Annual Board Splinter 7g Junior Art Workshop 85 Science C 8, Service League 8, I, II, Library Club Ig Freshman Basketballg B-Team Basketball II nior Theater Arts III3 National Honor Society Ill, IV1 Annual Board lVg Aeropagus "I don't BELIEVE it!" . . . friendly . . . PEA. . . . 4 years of Latin and French jects a year . . . Late to Bed, early to rise . . . "Dorothy, did you do your Latin" rand girl . . . determination, excitable . . . impish . . . Flat tire for 3 days . . . Twiggy Big lunches . . . P. and J. sandwiches for breakfast . . . our chairman, Paula. 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N1 M'E'Li,:f:f, .11 1 -V' Eff: - .12-3, Senior Class Candace Jane Auten Entered l962, Black Team, Art Workshop 73 Modern Dance 7, 8, I, IIg Cheerleader II, Tennessee Jr. Academy of Science lllg Varsity Basketball manager IIIg Spanish Club II, Terpsichord IV, Pep Club III. Fondness for "TEDDY" bears . . . C.J. . . . inquisitive . . . "More" . . . "Give me a for an airplane" . . . "Semore" . . . letters, letters and more letters . . . Baylor . . . do we take your boat or mine?" . . . blue-eyed blonde . . . nervous excitement with . . . little, but bursting with energy . . . the traditional Blue Bomb . . . our cheerful. leader, Candy. Inez Gwin Bader Entered 1962, Black Teamg CYC 7, 8g Science Club 7, 83 Theater Arts I, II, III, IV-president 5, IV, Modern Dance 7, 8, Ig Freshman basketball: Service League 8, I, II: Class plays 8, I, II3 Theater Are play 1, rv. F9 "Rejoice, it is I, queen of the lionsu . . . Ft. Lauderdale '66, '67, '67 . . . father's jokes . . . Bridgette . . . Soupy Sales . . . "Hard to believe" . . . Bugles, Bugles, Bugles . . . The Mas- ter at the Baders' . . . Oriental eyes , . . "Fans" . . . Pigtails forever . . . watermelon . . . James Baby . . . Rover . . . 6 cylinder Mustang . . . Johnny Carson . . . "Nothing could be tina" . . . our other Bobsey Twin-gregarious Gurn, our wittiest. Malinda Susan Blevins Entered l962g Blue Team, Christian Youth Club 7. 8, I. II: Glee Club 8: Class Play 8: ater Arts I: II-vice president llg Service League 8, l, II: Christian Forum III, IV, A di Board IV-Art Editor. ' "Ir . . . Sunny disposition . . . beautiful streaked hair . . . a tlowering Lotus Blossom . . . fret outbursts . . . "Whitter". the steadfast bomb , . . blue-blood enthusiast . . . staunch B . . . procrastination . . . homework at l:00 A.M. . . . pug nose . . . spontaneous bursts laughter . . . wonderful dancer . . . our crazy, happy Sue Bee. Margaret Anne Brown Entered 19623 Blue Teamg Swimming Team 7, 8,15 CYC 7g Math Club Il: Creative Writing Club II, Sr. Current Events II, Spanish Club III, Service League l, Ilg Modern Dance 7, IIQ Freshman Basketball, B-Team Basketball II, Jr. Theater Arts Club I3 Sr. Theater Arts III, Christian Forum III-corresponding secretary. Misplaced 2 pairs of glasses: late riserg "By December, my hair is going to be hall'-way down my back" . . . bouncy . . . often vague . . . still searching for a true gentleman . . . hoping that car t.hieves will want her car . . . alfable . . . high ideals . . . up in the clouds . . . strange aversion to Shelly, Keats and Lord Byron . . . "I've been on a diet every other day this week" . . . "I'm going to give my contacts one more try"-our gullible Peg-Leg. I z 106 1 u K 1 EYE w M L 5. ' 5" ' . .wnreifa ' 52 M-fa -M Ez H Q fag., 5.5.2 WW wg? Q 1, R 51 L- rx , 'WQ A T' r v , Q 751, . 4, Wiiwwi- W xx :ig :H-px, . Senior Class Emibf Williams Bryan Entered 1962, Black Team, Class vice-president 7, Christian Youth Club 7: Class Pre 8, Christian Forum 8, Student Council Representative I, Service League I, President brary Club I, Freshman Basketball I, Varsity volleyball II, "B" Team Basketball II, C Events II, Varsity Volleyball, III, "B" Team Tennis III, Christian Forum III, Student C Representative IV, "Bruise News" IV, May Queen IV. Mischievous . . . perfect teeth . . . evil glint in her eye . . . streaked hair . . . vivacious sheepish grin . . . funny feet . . . graceful . . . free . . . "Hey, Betsy, don't you think and Chrissy should cut oh' their claws? "Regal talents" . . . Hail, Emily. Elizabeth Stevenson Caldwell Entered 1962, Blue Team, Art Workshop 7-President, Team Captain 8, I, CYC 8, I, The- ater Arts I, Service League 8, I, Il, Library Club I, Freshman Basketball, Pep Club II, Cur- rent Events II, Class Treasurer III, Class-Vice president IV, Varsity Tennis II, III, IV, Varsi- ty Basketball II, III, Varsity Volleyball II, PeriWelkin, Art Staff, Maid of Honor IV. Yeah, Em "They've got to go!" . . . photogenic . . . popular . . . atrocious grammar with a southern accent, reputable ability to drive a car? . . . versatile and talented, . . . contagious giggles . . . "the thrill is in conquest" . . . Bay-Hick . . . Our adorable Maid of Honor -Betsy, our most versatile. I .1 Janice Palmer Card Entered 1962, Blue Team, Modern Dance 7, Christian Youth Club 8, I, II, Art Wor 8, I, Il, Talent Show 8, III, Spanish Club-Vice president III, Pep Club III, Varsity B ball Manager III, Terpischord IV. Bubbling personality , . . glamoreaux. . . outlandish dreams . . . potato chips and dip . wonderful "Babye,' sitter . . . suntan or moontan? . . . weekend traveler . . . l57? . "With This Ring" . . . mini-skirts and bikinis . . . "Would you believe Woodhue?" . beautiful Auburn hair . . . drastic change . . . like a Blue Tornado . . , McCallie or . . . "Hey. Fred, wanna skip town this weekend? Just one of the family, our Mama Jay. t Octavia Sizer Chambliss Entered 1962, Blue Team, Annual Board Splinter 7, Talent Show 7, 8, I, III, Modern Dance 7, May Court 7, Art Workshop 7, Theater Arts 7, 8, I, II, III, Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I- Treasurer, II, Secretary, Class vice-president, 8-Science Club 8, Arts Fair Poetry 2nd Place I, Freshman Basketball-Captain, Service League I, II, Terpsichord I, II, III, IV, Varsity Volleyball II, III, B-Team Basketball II, Varsity Basketball III, Static III, May Day Principal III, Areopagus IV, Class President IV. Everlasting love . . . "Love Makes Me Do Foolish Things" . . . chipmunk eater . . . fashion- expert . . . baritone in chapel . . . late sleeper . . . Horoscopes . . . Usitting like a bump on a pickle" . . . The Blue Bomb . . . 4th of July parties . . . individualist . . . facial products . . . New York . . . Lenny Welch-"Are you Sincere?" . . . trite sayings . . . outgoing . . . Imprevu . . . graceful hands . . . tiny features . . . "OCcatavia" . . . the ideal older man . . .romantic, . . albums. . .Ta-b-ie. 108 2 as E1 1 kwa I Q V3 f 1 1 W I 11 1 1. . ,. .. 1 1 " ' 1 11 11 1' 1 . 1 11 - ,H 1 1 " 1 1 1 .-1 , '-, . 1 1- 11 1: n. 1 1' -ggjwzf L .F 1'r, IL W1 1'r,,1l1,4 , . -nJ1, . 'Mr 'Vis Q1 L. Y. , A' :Yup '11Jp:'.-'.1:,. . 1. 5 wi.. ., . 'I 1 . C I ? 5 1 T I H, 1 5: .'- , L-'1 law ' W BW - E 5552553255: .QA ia -?11w mL E? an sue Y 'MQW Senior Class Eugenia Sue Clarkson Entered l962g Black teamg CYC 7g Glee Club 83 Theater Arts lg Art Workshop IIIQ I' Dance 7, 8, I, III. www Sparkling blue eyes . . . lovely hands . . . coal black hair . . . tiny feet . . . bouncy . ty . . . notoriously unrequited love affairs . . . "Oh Brother!" . . . inordinate love of 1- . , sarcastic . . . in love with love . . . incurable arguer . . . "Patty, you fool, you're kill us all!!! . . . aversion to French . . . our petite and parsimonious Genie. Marie Goforth Cochran Entered 19629 Blue Team, CYC 7, 8, I, IIg Jr. Theatre Arts I, Ilg Science Club 8, Christian Forum IIIg Senior Theater Arts IIIg Math Club Il, III, Senior Current Events IIg Black cap- tain 8g B-Team Basketball Ig Varsity Basketball II, III, B-team tennis Il, IIIg Modern Dance 7, 8, Ig Areopagus IVQ Service League I, II. Avid reader , . . McCallie fan . . . camp . . . tiny girl in a big car . . . The Lettermen . . . tennis , . . bouncy Clike a pogo sticky . . . straight hair and tiny rollers . . . Fresca and apples . . . bright smile . . . liirtatious and tickle . . . naturally streaked hair . . . the "Cock- Roach". Ann Bryan Conroy Entered l962g Blue Teamg CYC 7, S, Ig Art Workshop 83 Modern Dance 7, 85 -Christian um II, III, IV, Current Events II, IIIQ Jr. Theater Arts Ig Sr. Theater Arts II. T 'Ig Summertown . . . beautiful eyes . . . fashion conscious . . . pretty hands . . . 1: A bomb . . . Diet-Rites for breakfast . . . Lettermen . . . Sea Island and Daytona Beach eats, but doesn't gain . . . nervous energy . . . icees . . . mints not only in study hall day long! . . . Krystal . . . Teen-board . . . slender figure . . . our calamitous LL1 Florence Louise Crutchfield Entered l962g Blue Teamg Modern Dance 7, 8, Christian Youth Club 7, lg Science Club 83 Service League I, II, Theater Arts Club I, Senior Current Events Club II, Christian Forum III. Eyes, eyes, eyes . . . "WI-IAT?" . . . nonchalant . . . "Who'1l Take the Lady With The Skinny Legs'?', . . . House like Grand Central Station . . . "My brother, Tom" . . . com- plexion . . . diplomat . . . Lg, Proboscis . . . Sparkling conversationalist . . . White Rabbit . . .TWEEZ. 110 5 ,A fig Aa 5 Q M, L 3' Q- - ,H Y, 7 X' Z Senior Class M uriel Joy Curtis Entered l963g Black Team: CYC 83 Glee Club 83 Theater Arts Club lg Current Events Illg ry Club Ig Service League I, II. Distinctive northem traits , . . slender figure . . . Yankee accent . . . Maine summers camp fire . . . queen of coordination f?J . . . beautiful green eyes . . . Blue Mustang U.N.C. . . . Sensible . . . baby ofthe family . . . "Everybody is always picking on me!" "Herbie chewed it up". , .The Lettermen. . .chaos underquiet interior. . .European er . . . Rhode Island bred . . . The Association . . . Murtis Joy Curiel. me g Louise Edwards Davenport Entered 19625 Black Teamg May Court 7g Modern Dance 73 C.Y.C. 7, 8, I, II, Christian For- um III: Terpsichord, I, II, III, IV, Black Captain 75 May Day principal character lllg Tennis Trophy 7g Talent Show III. Petite . . . great dancer . . . Happy Krystal Habit . . . sun goddess . . . one of a large clan . . . Passo's honey , . , cat green eyes. . . Doozle . . . wicked WITCH of the WEST . , , silvery sweet smile . . . coquettish . . . soul searcher 4152 . . . wreckless CD driver . . . man- hunter . . . changeable moods . . . Shalimar . . . Myrtle Beach . . . freckles . . . one of the mountain elite, Weezie. 0m Margaret Overton Dickinson 41543 Entered 19621 Black Teamg CYC 7, 8, I, Ilg Modern Dance 7, 8, I, Theater Arts Ig T ' chord I, II, III, IV-Vice-president IVg Service League I, Ilg Art Club III. Bull shooter, bikinis, winner of the Kentucky Derby Award . . . zippers . . . crash diets . frequent jaunts to Alabama . . . happy Krystal habit, pizza Peggy . . . lily white skin . the Temptations . . . soul searcher it l . . . the answer to Twiggy, Piggy . . . NOSE . good dancer . . . rings on her tingers . . . extravagant . . . parasseuse . . . 31.20 phone . . . "Peg'd" . . . "Big L" . . . Mississippi hippy, one of the mountain elite, Dick. x i X Rosann E fron Entered l962g Blue Team, Student Council 7g Art Workshop 8g Junior Theater Arts Ig Cur- rent Events Club II, IIIQ Math Club IIIQ Mu Alpha Theta IIIg Service League 8, I, Il, Junior Academy of Science III. Those St. Louis trips . . . sooooo slow . . . lanquid blue eyes . . . career in Pauliticing , . . "Buy some chocolate candy?!? . . . every hair in place . . . "Smile" . . . light sprinkling of freckles . . . "Can I have a ride?" . . . a letter a day keeps the blues away . . . raven locks . . . loyal and sympathetic . . . thousands of little notebooks . . . "Oh, ya'll" . . . lady-bug overalls . . . "I Will Follow Him" . . . weekend substitutes . . . meticulously neat . . . never hurried, always worried , . . Rosie. 112 'T ,- oi' 1 ,f 'G s.,- .4r"" IVA 's.. my I .X l 'Wm I 8 lung- gg - Am. X M 4- M ,f ' lg y - - 1 , J 31 'FF-F!" Diane Morrow Flatt Entered l962g Blue Teamg Modern Dance 7g CYC 8, I, Ilg Theater Arts I, lIg Tumbling Club IIQ Christian Forum III, IVQ Spanish Club I, II. "Blooper's dying!". . .chipmunk Dove. . ."Are you Sherry'ssister?". . .overalls. . ,Geor- gia. . .Bug Eyes. . .lemons. . ."I'm starting my diet tomorrow". . .Mexico. . ."That'sa happy" . . . Presbyterian conferences . . . understanding . . . always the middle man . . . 'lThat's a nasty" . . . Rising Fawn . . . slop the hogs and pick the taters . . . Diane. ,Q Lucinda Anne Gibson Entered 19655 Blue Teamg Glee Club II, IVQ Varsity Glee Club II, IVQ Service League Ilg The- ater Arts Club IIIQ Talent Show III. :Slow downg you move too fastl' . . . small . . . cute redhead with freckles . . . musical . . . spirited sportswomari . . . ability to flood Rome with suds . . . Go Orange! Go Chartreuse!" . . . Beethoven . . . Dear Gussie! . . . expert spaghetti eater . . . true Blue . . . "Do I have chocolate all over me?". . .petite peppy pal. . .one of'Madame Scholten's teeny boppers. . . "Three Coins ina Fountain" . . . our likeable little Lucy. Senior Class Jane Ellen Espy Entered l963g Blue Teamg CYC 8-Secretary-treasurer Ig Glee Club 8, I-presid D.A.R. History Award, 8g Colonial Dames History Award lg Modern Dance 8g Ne Uniform 8, Illg Library Club lg Service League 8, I, IIg Welfare Representative Ilg II, IIIMFeature editorg Math Club Ilg History Medal llg Student Council Illg National Society III, IVQ Current Events Club IIIg Areopagus IVQ Class Treasurer IVQ Grace M Scholarship III. Georgy's Girl . . . gracious and ever calm . . . heavy linger . . . 4.0 . . . "I feel goo constant smile . . . Fashionable . . . Shalimar . . . McCallie . . . U.T. . . . Instant . . . Feminine . . . peppermint ice cream . . . "Somewhere" . . . Ellen, our neatest Chappell Anderson Gass Entered 19625 Blue Teamg Junior Art Workshop 75 Science Club 83 Music Club 83 Glee Club 8, Ig Senior Glee Club II. III. IV: Service League IIQ Math Club III, IVg ' Award III. "Why can't people spell my name right?" . . . Camp Juliette Low . . , vivacious . . , . . . "I really didn't mean to scorch you, Mrs. Glennf' . . . leaves-stuffed animals pierced earrings for unpierced ears . . . Sewanee . . . VirtuosoQ?j tennis player . . . . . never serious for very long . . . funny laugh . . . Blue . . . "Hi!" . . . terrific to formaldehyde . . . perfume . . . "A Song in Her Heart" . . . our gleefull Chappe. -eff 114 .ritl Y , QL . 9. . . , , , Y .xl . Sf-fy-q3.,1'h" a I "DP O- .,u. " r , . v I TL W .' 14 f -r xy, Ji. I ,QC , J ' V , ,,.,-. ' 'f U K 1 MXL ' I H. , 'UQ tw , . " ,Sf R x I -un ,,,' Ink.-gf - , A ,J -.- - , h , 1-my . A qu' V 'T'cI"Wgl iz, Q' ,. --Qi. lr' ., fa, N . -.f ' ' . , , "s',?q-QL. x N -U . , li" ?t""' Y N' H, , H0 ' 13,3 - 'ww 17 1 . A , ., f ' K 1--:wave V dl" , ' +1 :+.- ,. ' ' ',, . A 1 qf4'Lf4giqV1" ' K - i- , , 7 X r Lal' X ' X W v 5 -....,,'., ,W ,. 4 .- Q2-wmfliff' 'ra . x w k A ' Y K- 'FL . f-'h'97'f'1""3- 'f ' -in-. ' 1 Q 'fs-', A C, 1 . ' . ' br ' -.. -'ar-,. N .,,1V.x,, A A . AK, ' 1L-j"f'ii5T2-3,:pf',,Q:- . 1 . Q, .--,.,, . . apr , in J X , ffl , ,L '-3 'fx1.,"I'N : V M if gg va . .1-, :gm , -iz' lj 15,4-,4,lil3x' t, p X. A , V -" f . I' V ' N -A A , -4-gh can ,.,, 'V 4 vu: A ,ARL-f , X. Quagwna M . . .-, . .M ,f,m,:4nyJ,,.:lLx d -A A, ,Nu sm Ami-me s A A.,,. ,. ,. A 'HQME H 1 , ' AJ, A , ' f ' , . Nw L, 1- r Hmm.. , Ai..-fKf,,. 'fa'- : N Y Q i I M, Q .J4 "' E , , , EN i E54-,-1 HY 5 . -ing 'I ,,, , f , P" ' , 'W .v" Senior Class Susan Hope Gilbert Entered 19625 Blue Teamg Art Workshop-7: CYC-8, I, Il: Jr. Glee Club -Ig Currentl II, Sr. Glee Club III, IV: Christian Forum IVQ Math Club IVQ World History Review "Hi, people' '... Marvelous athlete CD . . . "I'll just die before I give my Chapel tal good figure. . .smallest feetin the world. . ."Have you learned your French yet?. . always smiling , . . "I really don't remember what we did in Math last period." . . , M . . . blue, blue eyes. . . U.C. . . . pretty teeth . . . Budding math genius C'?J . . . never when you need her . . . Susan. Leoma Gail Gilley Entered 19625 Black team, Jr. Art Workshop-7g Jr. Glee Club 8, Ig Service League I, II: Pianist for Jr. Glee Club, Ilg Sr. Glee Club II, III, IVQ Varsity Glee Club, II, IVg Pianist for Sr. Glee Club, III, IV: Math Club, III, IVg Service Award, III. '6Pest!" . . . "You flipped your gazzip!" . . . Can you imagine arguing with Leoma?. . .That black sweater . . . Crestridge . . . "But, Mrs. Glenn, I've never seen this music before!" . . . sparkling blue contacts . . . Horses . . . Saturday night with the Victors . . . But, Mr. Cadek, this is only the 6th time I forgot my music! . . . budding philatelist . . . OPTIMISTIC PESSI- MIST . . . unconventional . . . "Delinitely!" A really great friend-Leoma!" Sarah Jane Gilman Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, IIQ Christian Forum, Ill, IV: Glee Club, 8, I-secretaryg League, I, IIQ Creative Writing Club IIQ class secretary III. "Would you believe?" . . . Only her hairdresser knows for sure . . . Better late than ne 'fThat night"-The Reag-Bubble gum Red Camaro that has been everywhere . . . Met Dolly Dimples . . . 'Letters . . . Worry-1612 Crescent Drive, Kingsport "Why do I eating?" "I don't have anything to wear!" Belk 209 "The Villagers"-629-9235-22 on her fingers . . . A great girl-The Gil. Linda Gayle Green Christian Forum IVg CYC 7, Ig Science Club 83 Service League I, IIg Tumbling Club II, Modern Dance 73 Theater Arts IVg Glee Club IVQ Cheerleader IVQ Pep Club IVQ Math Club Il, III, IV- president. , U.K. . , .vivacious, brown eyes . . . tiny waist . . . mischievous grin , . . freckles . . . nervous- ly embarrassed . . . "Black is Black" . . . avid dancer . . . totally disorganized . . . farm girl in- cognito. . .contacts. . .sincere friend and listener. . .poolside romances. . ."Does anyone want a kitten?" . . . "Love Is Strangev . , . Linda our gafyjle of giggles. 116 4 f. v . . -' Q 'W I f' ' 5- , s 'CY A X J' ' . Il' f ' fr, 5 . , . ,- .Ai H . U ,Q . X 1 A , . 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'- ' --,'."gm'A,,x-H,.fL 21,.,-gg' 5 I A gf V-is 1 . V r ff i 3 A I 1.1 uw. ' - rv-' ., fp' If Kr.. , ,: '576' . .,m. V, A , Senior Class Mary Hagan Club-IV: Junior Academy of Science-III: Most Popular IV. Kathleen Jenkins Hasselle Entered l962g Black Teamg CYC 7, 8, Ig Science Club 85 Modern Dance 7, 8, Ig Theater Arts Club I, II, lllg Service League Ilg Current Events Club III, Christian 'Forum IIIQ B-Team Tennis Ilg Varsity Tennis Manager III. "Notin the pool", . .Food, food, food. . .Gullibility. . ,Georgy's Girl. . .Thoughtful. . . tickle . . . Pawley's Island . . . Figure. . . Private dress designer. . . Greecian hands. . . per- sonalized walk. . ."Nothing Could Be Finer". . ."Whatever happened to Ralph?". . .U.T. weekends . . . Neat!!! . . . Ft. Lauderdale . . . Hassel. Entered l962g Blue Teamg Class Secretary-Treasurer-7g Junior Art Workshop 73 Welfare 8, I, III, IV: Eighth Grade C.Y.C.-83 Service League-8, Ig President ofWelfare Club IV C.Y.C. I, IIQ Junior Theater Arts-Ig Senior Theater Arts-Il: Christian Forum-III Dc "Apples, Peaches, Punkin Pie" . . . Come over and have a coke . . . beauitful smile sion to two initials . . . Myrtle Beach and Ft. Lauderdale . . . petite feet . . . Swinger" . . . Frou frou water . . . enviable gold streaks . . . telephone bill . . . Little Fx . . . "Ya'll give" . . . Weedowee . . . our most popular, Mary. I Deborah Lee Hawkins Margaret Lorraine Hitt Entered 19625 Black Teamg Art Workshop 73 Modern Dance 81 Junior Theater Arts I, llg Senior Theater Arts III, IVQ Senior Current Events Club lIg Christian Forum III, IV: Class play 8: The- ater Arts play Ig Tennessee Jr. Academy. "Little Egyptt' , . . "Silas" night . . . Margaret Lorraine . . . fits of hysteria . . . convenient lo- cation . . . petite . . . member ofthe reptile family. . . f'Little G.T.O." . . . Baylor? Where's that? . . . local yokel . . . Bikini and long hair . . . our Baylor girl, Magraw. 118 Entered l962g Blue Teamg CYC 7, 8g Junior Theater Arts Ig Art Club III. That "Twiggy" look . . . expensive clothes . . . "To Each His Own" . . . beautiful hair ring on every tinger . . . a hundred pairs of shoes with pocketbooks to match . . personified . . . "That sounds like something Sivils would say" , . . a phone that rings the wall every night . . . inaudible assembly talks . . . Debbie, the seventh graders X -at L K. ,,A: r, , if IFA 9? 2' ' vi K - .y fa T 1 Y -,,.. . "" VASE ? -' F . I , i "?"' A . w if v 'W' in .1 .-'xg-mi ...-ff-f AWK mf! lqsv v . -if - .-- -- -15 1 , ..,...- I 1- - X 'K V ' 'rr - ' - 'M ' -- f'f,,,W,, . ' '7 K " ' ' ' 1 ' . ,arp- ..- wx ...mg ,,,.. -QRS? M' l, 1 3 - ,I -. S. ..... , , L. "J: , 52115 . T-Q.. LQ . yy' , 1 YN ' -',... nv T, A 4' I H ' W l A A .K, , ,, ,, J -' Y: F .eh Senior Class Carol A nn Hixson Entered l962g Blue Teamg Junior Art Workshop 71 CYC 83 Junior Theater Arts Ig Sc League I. ll: Tumbling Club Ilg Senior CYC llg Spanish Club III-president: Christian um Illg Member of Swimming Team 7, 8 I, llg Modern Dance 7, 8, I, II, IIIg Tennesse nior Academy of Science IIIQ Terpsichord Il, Ill, IV. "Whoop-pee-doo" . . . one freckle on her nose . . . false teeth . . . ski slopes . . deep tan . . . "How do you spell?" . . . PI-IILed with love . . . U.T. . . . one in every . . . artistic ability . . . loquacious infectious giggle . . . a sympathetic listener . . . cl camp . . . TOMATOES!! . . . B.B.S .... everyone's friend. Carol. A Katherine Jean Houck Entered 19613 Back Teamg Junior Art Workshop 7, 8g Christian Youth Club Ig Senior Chris- tian Youth Club I. Ilg Junior Glee Club 8, Ig Senior Glee Club II, Ill. lVg Varsity Glee Club IV: Christian Forum III. 'tContinenta1" taste . . . inquisitive . . . always willing to help . , . Mountaineer . . . short, perky hair. . . vacation in Lauderdale . . . BEWARE OF DOG . . . Lady of the Lake . . . pretty voice . . . equally agile on horse or ski . . . calm. quiet nature . . . friendly to all, Kathy. Anne Vaile Ingalls Entered 1962, Blue Teamg CYC 7, llg Art Workshop 8g Tumbling Club 8g Service Le IIg Varsity Volleyball II, IIIg Blue Captain III, IVQ Senior Division Diving Trophy III: Spa Club IV: Christian Forum III. "But I don't want to cut my hair!" . . . Beautiful eyes . "Y'all please sign up swimmingll' . . . McCallie or Baylor-what's the difference-they're all boys!" . . . "I anyone know where Nancy is?" . . . incessant giggler . . . fabulous friend . . . Always fskjipper in the morning f . . UNO, they didn't name me after A-I Steak Sauce" . . . "I red Volkswagens are so original!" Mary' Lou Johnson Entered l96lg Black Teamg CYC 7, Ig Modern Dance 8, I, II, IIIQ Terpsichord II, III, IVg Senior Theater Arts II: Christian Forum I, II, IVQ Varsity Volleyball manager IIIQ Varsity Basketball Manager III, Jr. Academy of Science III. Cat-woman. . .DionneWarwick. . .morning McCallievisits. . .beautiful blue eyes. . .in- satiable appetite. . .chocolate ripplehair. . .dimples. . .Bulldogwalk. . ."Monday, Mon- day" . . . chauffeur of"TI-IE FRIENDLY FREELOADERSU . . . European trip . . . Puerto Rican memories. . .MEDIATOR. . . 1957 Chevy. . .U.T.. . .fifth period study halls. . . weekend trips . . . lake parties . . . Charlotte, North Carolina . . . yellow bomb . . . cherry sprites and Slim Jims . . . a great friend, Lulums. 120 - "iff--1 VHF- ' A . . .T-.PVS . "V5f"5aYf'hve'0li5 pk'-QS'feE'i'Z:7' 'Q YQ 'iv' WSEQW-' '5'?"'f'-"3---X-'H' ii -1 :fi . f f 114- -' "Trai-1.9. 3522-STH'.-fr:23,?i22ff'1,.:fY:sQQ5g'Mgi5fE- ?SZ9?"eE..-g I Ji. ffff .4 - ' .' 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Karen Marcia Kimball Entered 19623 Blue Team-captain, 7g Splinter 7g Math award 73 English Award 7, 85 History award 8g Jr. Glee Club 8, Ig Class vice-president lg Freshman cupg Library Club Ig Service League I, IIg Latin Award I, II, Swimming Team Ilg -Static IIIQ Varsity Tennis Illg Varsity Volleyball IIIg Grace McCallie Scholarship IIIQ National Honor Society III, IV-secretary IVg Aeropagus IVg Bruise News IVg Student Council 8, II, IV-vice president IV: Most Dedicated to School Affairs. K2 . . . natural blond reborn . . . crispy . . . embarrassed figure in a big jeep . . . carrot . . . "I can't pass the pencil test" . . . Vandy weekends . . . Murky and Guinevere . . . end- less phone conversations . . . one of the bruisers . . . true BLUE gal . . . Army . . . "Softly As I Leave You" . . . Kimball K. Sherry Lenore Kissinger X t i x 5 Frances Newton Law Entered 19625 Black Teamg Art Club 75 Glee Club 85 Theater Arts Club I, II, III, IV-hi an lVg School plays I, IIIg Current Events Club II: Areopagus IV. Yellow Mustang with distinguishable license plate . . . seldom flustered . . . candy Sl . . . histronic interests and abilities . . . avid reader . . . Ann Lander's fan . . . procra: tion personified . . . craving for ICEE,s . . . skinned knees and bruises . . . political ' tion . . . dream world of Southern gentlemen and plantation life . . . lofty dreams and ambition with a concern for others, Sherry, our future nurse. Entered 19625 Blue Teamg Welfare Chairman 75 May Court 73 Art Workshop 7, 83 CYC 7, 8, Ig Class Secretary 8, Modern Dance 8g Junior Theater Arts Club I, II-president Ilg Ser- .vice League I, Ilg Modern Dance Ig B-Team Basketball IIQ Volleyball manager II: Sr. The- ater Arts Club IIIQ Christian Forum III, Current Events Club Illg basketball manager III, Pep Club IV. Born on skiis . . . figure for bikinis . . . misery is "Bessie" in a bad mood . . . "y'all come to the lake anytime" . . . see the U.S.A. in my Chevrolet . . . "go, tigers" . . . "rain does won- ders for my hair" . . . Myrtle Beach and Ft. Lauderdale . . . 53 lb. bulletin board . . "Where's Broad Street?', . . . "watch out for champ" . . . working on that chain gang . . . artistic . . . "It could be 20 below but under my retlector it's hott' . . . daisies . . . Sissy. 122 ff 1 r-ff g. :ff ff:- P . f' fm sf- --N---f' I . . J-V, 11,ff.: o . i !1d!' E 4' f 'Y' . - A V .V Y A Q r 4 WV' 1141. . 1' V Vu -" :E -- f 2- -'ff-ff f- . 7' 'A'-g1.,.' J' I -, 1V-V.. ff, n--g. " " 3'-4-al' -' 1' - ,, h',,.l..V f j . - V 51 Q 1' 3' A 'If cf Jifg-fi ,- -rf " f,. 'f If .,-QL--A-4.---Sw -v 'f H f 'J -'!: 'f r .L- -v r- f ' ' um- " 5 J' V , - , - as-Q,-. , - - .fV'rV' ft ff' . V11 'U sf' .ff,:- -.V'a- -'-Vi.-. f V Y 1.Ql -a If-' 'fill-1 ' . T -.J ', ' ,"i -myn. ' -11, -vp, 1 -. 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V, A L-.---ru...-1.jg.j,fV Vg 'gpg 5 -' -' . - ,Q -uf i V-V,.,.,.:'Pa-VV 1--3. ' V - U 1 if-'gi-.V'.V-3, -Q.. - ' 731' ' "Ll: l"" - ' 1 J t "Vi "ff-7 Ja f N ' ' mfriikz -2- fem: "Hf:f5.fi" ' ' ' - 'fr 4- - -' 'vJ'L7"f:" -"ww, 4 "'N"9'Ak"- 7-"3"-W Q" 1. " y A ' :.f'.V .V ., -?fm'r2,-ff-f.c?aQ'-2 - - ' X - -,1f'.Vf'Lgf-P-L-,f2'f'x" '-24 - ' - .ZV"1 - ' 3,2 F 5- 1 kj: , V . 'gf g--wxm.- ,V . . 'A - 'L :1rf1',VV!' .,- 'VV-Vg- - -11.-. V' -1--Y . W, "1-1 - - V? -ls V-F. lf' 'xr Senior Class Dorothy A n gelita Leader f '-9' Ig Class Secretary IIQ Annual Board IV. ion . . . minute . . . our most coordinated skater, Dotty. lx N. Elizabeth Inez Leal Entered 19625 Blue Teamg Modern Dance 7, 8. II. III, IVQ CYC 7, 8, Ig Christian Forum II, IIIQ May Day Principal 7, IIIg -Junior Academy of Science Illg Terpsichord III, IVg Tumbling Club Ilg Spanish Club III. Bouncing, bubbling, Biddy . . . good looks, and congenial personality . . . true Blue through and through . . . May Day Witch . . . "I'll try anything once" . . . Myrtle Beach . . . Frank- ly I'd rather walk than crawl . . . Old Hames seem to burn forever . . . Always a juicy bit of gossip . . . Biddy will get fun out of life or die trying. Florence Collier Leech -"T',L'!5 ty . . . huge grin . . . One of the family, our Constan sister. Blush . . . befuddled . . . Baylor . . . "I'na go" . . . Huckleberry Friend . . . little k a loud mouth . . . Everybody, do the Beaver Cleaver dance . . . peaches and cream Entered 19623 Black Team: May Court 73 Art Workshop 73 Christian Youth Club 83 T Arts I, Ilg Service League 1, Ilg Christian Forum I, Il, III: Creative Writing, ll: Math III: Spanish Club III-Program Chairmang Freshman Basketball-Managerg Class Tre Tidy! Entered l962g Black teamg Junior Art Workshop 7, 81 Christian Forum Club 8, Ig S League 8. I. II: Junior Theater Arts I, Ilg Spanish Club Ill. IVQ Spanish II: Award III Hola! . . . bouncy. . . refreshing . . . year round tan . . . children , . . B-A-B-Y. Baby "How'boutcha?" . . . beautiful hands . . . Spanish fanatic . . . blondie . . . mooch "Sunshine Girl" . . . Southern Fried chicken . . . "Bowser" . . . Chantilly . . . artistic Martha Anne Ling Entered 1962: Blue Team: CYC 7: Glee Club 8: Theater Arts I: Service League I, II: Third Place Poetry in Fine Arts Fair Ig "Static" IIIQ Current Events III: Christian Forum Illg An- nual Board-IVQ -Literary Editor. Everyone's confidante . . . tits of uncontrollable laughter . . . U.C. . . . ultra-soft voice . . . calm in any emergency . . . still water runs deep . . . "I Want to Be Bobby's Girl" . . . Let- termen . . . occasional procrastination . . . exrremelv gullible . . . numerous freckles . . . Ildlllflll blonde hair . . . unshakable optimism "don't worry about it!" . . . "I wouldn't know him from Adam's housecat!', . . . constant diets . . . Florida State! . . . always cheer- ful-our Martha. 124 li 3 N li. Ox . .1 P' ' A 1.- si ' ,aur Q .4 F .. .A '+i.7' fi V , Ll "'1qf-, 9. 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', E, - NR31, 'YET - E . 45, " ,SQ s ,fr , -vp?" he S., ,ff If 'am Entered 1963: Black Teamg Theater Arts I, II, III, IVQ-Vice President III, Tumbling Club IIQ Peri-Welkin IV, Forensics IVg Class Play Ilg Christian Forum IIIQ Tennessee Junior Acade- my of Science III. "Nothing of genius was ever achieved without a touch of madness" . . . science brain . . . "Mrs. Ingwalson, Barrett and I shall refute the concept of the vacuum and shall invent a per- Senior Class Sarah Ellen Lundy IIIg Theater Arts IV. "Mellow Yellow" Corvair baby hands 'md feet MICH "git'ir" player Jefferson Airplane . . . famous Amazon dart-shooter . . . Fannie Flagg . . , Lau . . ."Jayne Mansfield" . . .sympathetic listener. . ."she dares to be different" . pie, Cherokee Sal, Diane Ruth Lyke petual motion machine" . . . histronic talents . . . "This is the last Baylor play in which I shall indulge if I intend to go to college" . . . That's Diane, who doesn't even spell "Lyke" as everyone else does. l ' 'rl 'K Entered l962g Black Teamg CYC 7g Modern Dance 7: Student Council 8, I, Secretary III, President IV, Library Club Ig Math Club II, Current Events Club Ilg Class President Ilg Sophomore Bracelet II: Dully-Jarnagin Scholarship II: Service League I, II: Math Award I, Swimming Team Ilg B-Team Basketball II, Varsity Basketball III, Varsity Volleyball III. "But l'm letting it grow out" . . . glass eyes . . . Bode's Liaison . . . long fingernails, long feet . . . repetitions boyfriends . . . everyone's friend . . . dependability . . . always Merry. V Elizabeth Lee M cD0nald Spanish Club III, IV, car . . Heath Bars . college weekend every weekend . . 'Surcl and Myrtle Beach . . . Bubbles . . . The Supremes . . . 'Don't worry, everythi Entered l96lg Black Team, Talent Show 8, Ig Freshman Basketball Ig Varsity Bask Lll'l . . . c . . . . . . c . . . l ly parted blonde hair. . ."Hard to believe!". . .Fairyland Inn idol, . .psychedelic specs derdale, ..Our Entered l962g Blue Teamg CYC 7, 8, 9, I, II, Christian Forum III, IV: Junior Art Worl 7: Science Club 83 Theater Arts Club I, ll. III-Treasurer, IV: Pep Club I: Tumbling Club ng is Memorable Birthday Parties . . . always smiling . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama . . .jinx on . .. .' e"...Ft.' ' I straight from the farm girl, Lizard. Mary Fike McKenzie t gf 126 control!" . . . Wedowee . . . a true friend . . . Noodleknees . . . Adorable freckled '7'-57' iff' -iwfft, if 4 4 I bf B .."y.j',q Q, BV ff -T' v I ! 5 f V 49 ,Z Wiki- 7: 'Wu' ,ll M-1' ' ii V .xr ee ,.' ' , , ' if E -pg. - 5 W5 'A-'bfi if ,, A K Ns -U -4-Q-.fc-urge-,3 f 1, MNJW -,L "Rf-' VA' " r W S ' 'Aw I' '- v + . 1 1 I 11 ' q N 4 , X 1 I 4 , . 1. ,lkz ' Q- A I ii .Lid L .L - 4 l 'I , . X .1,.Xa'5fw 1 , , ' x x ., 'X 5 ,Jw '.,f:x'x,1." ' i.!,"J '1, 'In 1 2.x .- uv - ,' " Vw -- J I' X ru, 1 X R ' w- - 4' , , ,Q V if N ' X A 'iv V: EMI' . v -ufifq AQ v K X".1.,- 1 Q' fff 4, f N L X fix Y. W -. N f ," .v- JN . 4 r fl I W gk 5 , xxx: x-A x :.. fa-u SN . 1541. ...,f , :Z . x - ,',.Wff1 ,, - , fan. ' S' xfwpy- , , , , N53 .YL ,, mgg ' y L. ...fa .,,- hx, - . A 1, A ,N , ' . 5. -- I N.. 5. 1, ' V-M Senior Class Susan June Mastin Entered 1962, Blue Team, CYC 7, 8, I, II, Splinter 7, Student Council 7, Class treas Pep Club I, Library Club I, Service League I, II, Creative Writing II, Modern Dance II, Math Club II, Class Play II, School Spirit Award II, Static III, Talent Show III, Cl Forum III-vice-president, Senior Scholarship III, Areopagus IV, Terpsichord IV, Board-co-editor IV, Most school spirit IV. Cliink eyes . . . expressive movements . . . an accent for every mood , . . subtle humor . . . baby-cakes . . . superlative . . . procrastination . . . "Pm sorry" . . Spot-on-Leg . . . versatile, friendly, and sincere . . . McCallie . . . one of the Masterson. x Y Elizabeth Yarbrough Morris Entered 1962, Blue Team, CYC 7, 8, I, Modem Dance 7, Jr. Glee Club 8, Science Club 8, Service League 8, I, II, Library Club I, J r. Theater Arts I, Creative Writing Club II, French Award II, "Static" III, Kaleidoscope-Literary Editor IV. 'YT TTI? "I'm Libba, not Libby"-black bomb . . . inability to wake up until it's time to go back to bed . . . distinctive laugh . . , ardent animal lover . . . quizzical looks . . . phobia for math tests . . . "Mrs. Williams, I'm not really badv . . . either extremely depressed or exhuberant- ly elated . . . enviable blonde hair . . . Vandy fan . . . craving for Cokes . . . petite Mother Confessor . . . Lib, our lovable and loving humanitarian. W Anne Allen Nixon A 6 Entered 1962, Black Team, CYC 7, 8, I, II, Modern Dance 7, 8, I, II, Science Club 6 3 Current Events II, III, Theater Arts IV, Peri-Welkin-Prose Editor, III, IV, Freshman A ketball Manager, Creative Writing Club II. i"!L"'5' Intellectual . . . gobbles every book except the ones she has to . . . wrecks . . . Blonde baby toes . . . aflinity for great clothes . . . sensitivity . . . tactful? . . . smile frown tomorrow . . . great parties . . . creativity plus . . . pessimist . . . sexy Nix . . . Big Chief, Nixley. 'x Mary Lynn Patten Entered 1962, Black Team, CYC 7, Talent Show 7, Glee Club 8, Varsity Tennis II, Current Events Club II, Theater Arts I, II, III, IV-Vice-president IV, Best Actress III. Car for every dress , . . "I know this is a dumb question, but . . ." . . . fickle . . . "I'm so embarrassed!". . .unpredictable. . .daredevil. . .Baylor plays. . .S6amStrcSS. . .relatives galore . . . organized? . . . punctual?? . . . enthusiastic. . . sincere . . . sporadic diets . . . Episcopalian . . . a true friend, Mary. Y GMA. 128 fw, 4. X Xx- Rf' JC , ! C "Ti si. ig, lg v, rn rn? My 5' K. 1 QM. . 9 awp? 1,1 nv af' 51. V, 'i di. ,A 49' A-58 .ff J , mf asf' ll!! , A'- O .4 o I fl, , . u c u C a I .H N qw- V. M' 2 + W ' i X 'ln' P4 'mo f E I Q :X Senior Class 1 ious, Hil. Margaret Ann Farrelton Porter Entered 1965, Black Teamg Service League Ilg Senior Christian Youth Club Ilg Tum- bling Club II, Senior Current Events IIIg Christian Forum IIIQ Chau. Free Press Corre- spondent for GPS. IVQ Forensic Club IVQ Modern History Independent Study Group, IV. Myrtle Beach . . . Kappa Sigma . . . U.T. weekends . . . cracks!! . . . You gotta be kidding! . . . always talking . . . ! Did he call last night?!-"No" . . . not always right, just never wrong . . . D.A. The storm before the quiet! . , . Easily confused , . . Brainerd boys . . . "Ijus1 knew that Tennessee would beat Alabama" . . . Push button Porter-our Maggie. Reading Editor IV3 National Merit Semifinalist. Sarah Virginia Robinson Hilary Becker Popham Mary Gail Robinson Entered 1962: Blue Teamg Theater Arts I, II: Freshman Basketball: Modern Dance 81 7th Grade Talent Show: B-Team Basketball II: Tumbling Club llg Creative Writing Club II: Tenn. Jr. Academy of Science IIIQ Varsity basketball III3 Christian Forum IV. Sneak preview of U.T. weekends , . . twin green Mustangs . . . "Special" Lauderdale awards . . . Jack who? . . . great parker OJ . . . Instant Breakfast for lunch . . . Mercedes Benz . . . "Did ya'll see my name on the honor roll?" . . . dark tans . . . who has curly hair? . . . "I love "JIM"nastics" . . . Sarah, our athlete. 130 Entered l962: Blue Team: Music Club 7-Vice president: Modern Dance 7: Service L I, IIQ Static II, III-co-editor III3 Class Treasurer Ilg Theater Arts Ig Swimming Team I IVQ Creative Writing Club Ilg Class Vice-president lllg Current Events Club III Si Club III, IV: Welfare Organization IV-Secretary IV: Areopagus IVg Christian Forum Naive . . . nonconformist . . . a leader . . . always snowed . . . Big Orange Country "A Summer Place" . . . love for those ditches . . . witty . . . "You're gonna get it' great babysitter . . . Sewanee . . . Hiccups . . . Johnny's little sister . . . Thtts our -QQ Entered 19623 Black Teamg Junior Art Workshop 71 Caine Spelling Award 7 Science 83 Service League 8, I, Ilg Modern Dance 7. 8, I, Ilg Honorable Mention History Term 83 Library Club. president lg Senior Current Events Club I. II, National Honor Society IV: Roxanna Whitaker Lawill Latin Award, III: Areopagus IV: Peri-Welkin Reader -f'Why do they always say I look young and innocent?" . . . "Forget itg I'm taller' long hair. . . tactfulf'?j . . . gullible. , . petite . . . highly intelligent. . .joyous vert . . . "What! one green and one blue eye?" . . . lovable Gailzie! 1-alex 17727 s P-4 UM W-va Z' rf' .3 fi H. Senior Class Carol Ann Rothberger Entered l962g Black Teamg Service League 8, I, llg Glee Club 8, I, II. III, IV-vice presict Treasurer IIIg Varsity Glee Club II, III, IVQ Library Club Ig Christian Youth Club I. II "Give pearls away and rubies, but keep your fancy free". . . receiver of letters and long dis phone calls. . , effervescent personality. . .flawless complexion . . . love ofjewelry and l colored clothes. . . "Don't shoot the Bull in the Jet set" . . . Loyalty to two . . . "DearI . . . beautiful singing voice . . . G'Don't Study that!" . . . always sweet and considerate that's our talented Carol. Phyllis Cheryl Salisbury Entered l962g Black Teamg CYC-7. 8, I, Ilg Science Club-83 Service League I, Ilg Library Clubg Creative Writing Club II-Secretaryg Math Award IIIQ Math Club III: Spanish Club Illg Static II, III-Editorg TJAS IIIQ Aeropagus IV: National Honor Society Ill, IVQ Annual B Board IV-Editor. I "Well, Barbara says". . .rather be red onthe headl. . .bleak seashore. . .gobbles books like candy . . . gullible . . . the Board . . . architect's easel . . . children, children, children . . . Carson McCullers . . . erudite . . . thoughtful opinions . . . baseball . . . cats . . . Syllabus Syllis. l Sara Patricia Scarbrough Entered l9621 Black Team: Modern Dance, 8, I, II: Science Club 8-Secretary: Li Clubg Service League I, Ilg Theatre Arts I, llg Current Events Club Ilg Math Award 83 Club II-Secretary, III: Terpsichord III, IVg Freshman Basketball: B-team Basketball II: sity Basketball IIIg Varsity Volleyball Illg Black Team Captain I, Ill, IV. Model's figure . . . Camus . . . tell-tale shoes . . . rendez-vous for two . . . altercations Sewanee WEEKS . . . 'Tm telling you this for your own good, Nix" . . . loyalty . . . . . . ever so clever . . . rings on her lingers, bells on her toes , . . our "Happy" Sara. Susan Loxley Scott Entered 19629 Blue Teamg CYC 7, 8. I, Ilg Theatre Arts I, IIQ Service League I, II: Christian Forum III, IV. Baby blue eyes . . . Woodhue. . . exotic breakfasts . . . always shaky hands . . . Goo Who?? -"Je ne comprends pas!!l', . , . Smokey the Bear . . . million dollar wardrobe . . . one love . . . "But, y'all, he's just a good friend" . . . insecure without her rollers . . . soft, shy voice . . . mountain haven . . . our little mama, Tuttie. 132 de e W' , f'f'f-nfl-153,431 'QEQ35 gm kk , ,gypsy , ,,""Q35ax.:Q5 X . qi J H, ,KX X k X ' A x vfsgng F ' ' 'Sf in vs ' I , . . , ,1 S., .1 , -'g " Wim . G, +L 'k --' 4 ' A vi - S N1 A ni efqgr, 1' 546.4 1 5 K R ,E K ' liking 1. T ' " 'i N. ' x '1 X 1 i' f ,UN t' '2 l S. 1 I :sn 'J - . 5' 'Q F .N- ffia, Lf- ' " . ' ' .-' X I '. L.-'Yf"f'7-A. .3 . .3 , .. A .,-. i ,.1? ..5l'b.h 4 4 nv.: . -5" n - ' L V . -4, - . :A A' . Vxglllvhifzqaf XJ wilt h' c G ' Q. , -1, ,,',,'A N 1 J lx .. au KV. 'rv ' 'HL 1 -f' ' ' 4 4 -Q.' ,.'.,, it - 3:5 , . ' Q "L, . S Kg? .,.-eg' ,Q ""'s 472 wht -Q 5 w- '. it l'-l'v?Y... . 'E S' u ,f ,,.-Q Senior Class Patricia Suzanne Sivils Entered 1962, Blue Teamg Modern Dance 7, 8, I1 Music Club 73 Glee Club 83 Theater Ig Library Club Ig Service League 8, I, Il, Current Events Club III: Tennessee Junior A my of Science. The only Senior with a true color chart on her head . . . "traumatic" experiences in "Swan', . . . BLACK Tuesday and Thrusday mornings when she drives . . . 32-26-38, Florence Flask figure . . . a shrill voice heard throughout the halls . . . beautiful green with long, black U5 eyelashes . . . a friend to the underdog. .-le Nancy McClellan Smartt Entered 1962, Black team, CYC 7, 8, I, IIQ Program Chaimian 85 Theater Arts I, Ilg Spanish 40 Club III, IV, Cheerleader 8g Modern Dance 7, 8g Tumbling Club II. Queens . . . ardent McCallie fan turned Baylor , . . Scott paper towels . . . "Does anyone know where Anne is?" . . . "My name is Nancy-not Laura's sister!" . . . Always rolling her hair . . . True friend . . . "Love is a Many Splendored Thing" , . . Forever getting tiustered . . . holey socks . . . "What do I know about coordination?" . , . Our proud little "Aunt Nancyu. Karen Elizabeth Smith Entered 19629 Black teamg May Court 75 Christian Youth Club 7, 8, I, Ilg Theater 1 Modern Dance 7, 8, I, II, IIIQ Talent Show 7, 8, I, IIQ Service League I, Ilg Black Capt Manager Freshman Basketball Ig Varsity Basketball Head Manager III, Varsity Voll Manager IIIQ Terpsichord II, III, IVQ-President IV, Cutest IV. "Oh heavens!" . . . slumber parties . . . True Blue . . . look of innocence but scandal . . . policeman's daughter . . . three day diet . . . "and now back to the Dull" . sharpness for jokes . . . snows 'em all-gets snowed by 'em all . . . first of the Cougars . Smile for every boy . . . automatic greeting box . . . our blue-eyed blonde. Z1 Peggy Ruth Stewart Entered 19623 Black Teamg Modern Dance 7, 8, Ig Art Workshop 7, Christian Youth Club Ig Class Play 8, II, Service League I, Il, Current Events Club IIIQ Christian Forum III, IVQ Honorable Mention Youth Arts Fair, II. Out-spoken opinions . . . keen understanding of everything . . . unusual eyes . . . Palm Beach funnies . . . loves puppies and kittens . . . Emory . . . streaked hair . . . unpredicta- ble laughter . . . ardent aversion to math . . . lawyer at heart . . . vivacious . . . the blue bomb . . . mountain menagerie . . . always ready to listen and give encouragement . . . that's our Peggy. 134 Music N120 947 4 qfl' N4 7 PM fmzll IW! FN- ,ZH nu ll -v - L4 33gf?1',14i'g -..A-',l? -u W ' 1 ' ,Q , .... .- ............... ......... . VS nun Panel W Si'4K X- ' L-Qfi l li " -V TTT '5' J ,,.,,.,in ,..,.,,.,.5,., ,. 3.4-,',.-,,g!4-iii' .1"f"YAffn'.V.'rrm-'44'v.1g4,5gjy' - lf-gf flu--A-e1-'N-n-wtf-'L 'L-'z'5':z1':.::':E,"'-"xx" 'K'-Qt-g t ' Q, 1f'Em,.W:E,::isW:m:-LMA'V JLLEQTLEESQQQ . 3-, - A.f,,'f Hf'f'1- rl , A x . M., 1- 1- - H J' am' I K ----nn. 1 1 5 1 X. X Q ..-nl" Senior Class Susan Bryant Stimson Entered 19625 Blue Team, CYC 75 ,Bible Award, 75 Science Club 85 Youth Arts Fair f -lst place, 85 Modern Dance 8, Ig Ancient and Medieval History Award, lg Service Lea IIQ Freshman Basketball Teamg Theater Arts I, II, IIIQ Creative Writing Club II5 C Events Club II5 Theater Arts Program Chairman, III5 "Static" III, Christian Forum Youth Arts Fair Award-Honorable Mention, II, III5 Areopagus IV5 Annual Board P Editor, IV. Arpege . . . U.T. . . . Dimples . . . Sincerity . . . "What, Kathy?" . , . True Friend . . crets . . . Brown eyed blonde CD . . . Pearls . . . Pictures . . . Formals . . . Emory . . tious laughter . . . aqua . . . Our Pic Editor Stemy. , l Gloria Ann Swann Entered 19625 Blue Teamg CYC 7, 85 Art 7, 85 Terpsichord II, III, IV5 Christian Forum III5 Tennessee Junior Academy of Science III. IQ' Unbelievably gullible . . . Tardy, who me?!? . . . Cotter's Saturday Night . . . trips to U.T. . . . Letters and more letters and more letters . . . Natural ill Blond f?j . . . Father's truck and green bombs . . . twinkle toes of Terpsichord . . . "Oh, Sure!" . . . spring vacation awards . . . beautiful fingernails . . . tans easily ??? . : . Our own Glo. Elizabeth Ann Thedford Entered l9625 Black Team5 Class President 75 CYC 7, 8,-President I, Vice-president Science Club 85 Modern Dance 7, 8, 1, II, III, IV5 Theater Arts I5 Freshman Basketball ager Ig Terpsichord II, III, IV5 May Day Principal 8, III5 Christian Forum III5 Cr Events III-secretary. Naively gullible . . . unique nose-it wiggles when she laughs . . . Millers . . . "Y'all, I ' I'm going to faint!" . . . Contactsl??? . . . U,T .... Teen Board . . . "Is Jane your sister?" . . . Inhales food . . . detinite need for a speed reading course . . . sweet . truistic . . . "We must, we must . . ." . . . Our own, Betsy Bug. l Gail Allison Thomas Entered 19625 Blue Teamg CYC 7, 8-Vice-president 75 Jr. Art Workshop 75 Science Club 85 Talent Show 73 Class Play 85 Freshman Basketball, Service League I, II-Secretary II5 Class President I, III5 Junior Theater Arts I5 Sr. CYC I5 Senior Current Events II5 Senior Theater Arts III, "Static" III5 Annual Board IV, Picture Editor. Passion for good-looking clothes . . . Lauderdale '67 . . . Maroon Comet convertible . . . MICH . . . Villager C??J overalls . . . The Supremes . . . Cotton Ball '67 . . . Bugaloo Babe . . . Giggles . . . "long, long" ,black hair . . . optimist . . . Our own whistling teapot- Gailsey. 136 ffoffq ai x 9 Qi? l if ' I In 5.9 Qg, .g"..ff , 4. . , x 'L - -T, , "Ja . , Ex! ijer,lA.' f:H.A ,fight :ly I0 I , . Iris'-Ill ,X-,KJ-Liz' P wh " xxafh 1' lf' 6 J .K ' ,QA L I.. up 'I . F J. W. pf . . H- A- 4 .- 4 , 1 -L. ,pf .5,,. - M'-vw -"Uv . if g""' 1+-W'-, 1 Vf' K .I ' . ' I ' ' A ,' .1. ' Q, 1 , I K 3 , "' 4,4 fy . -4- W. W ' ' 1" -u . 0 E, JL 5,1 'Q ' ij EJ-flhixhk. 'fuk . -gi! i', S ' " X Q" ' V49 D ' f""' "" .V ..' ' , ' 'A - f' .J V ' -'I' '-- .. ' 1. " ' .W Azz'-wif " B 5.1, ' "r" 'L E Ya If ' : QI- iff , -.L ' ' 1 . -w og -" A-bf V1 ' h 'K N H .n..,,',v , .JA . , , "UxLL, , -Q' -, 4' , X "' 'V hw Q Senior Class Kathleen Thomison Entered 19625 Black Teamg Glee Club 8, I, II, III, IVg Varsity Glee club II, III, IV-Sec III, Vice-President IVg Art Workshop 73 Service League 8, I, IIQ "Static" III- Picture Peri-Welkin III, IV-Art Editor. Shiny hair . . . Baylor . . . good-looking . . . good sense of style . . . artistic . . . F scholar? . . . musical . . . white comet . . . Chinese vocabulary . . . true friend . . . " Stemy" . . , Jean Nate . . . sense of humor . . . mountaineer . . . ivory complexion braces . . . KT. Karen Gaye Thompson Entered 1962, Blue Team, Junior Art Workshop 7g Modern Dance 7g Science Club 85 Junior Glee Club 8, Ig Senior CYC Ig Service League IIQ Math Club Ilg Senior Glee Club III, lVg Theater Arts IV. Constantly on the phone . . . great tan . . . Lettermen , . . you only think she is quiet . . . slender figure . . . easily Ilustered . . . innocent CD blue eyes . . . a true and sincere friend . . . gullible . . . clear soprano . . . secret aspirations . . . rosy cheeks . . . stuffed animals . "How about that?,' . . . "Silence is Golden" . . . contacts . . . "Love Makes the World Go Round" . . . our Gayfej Karen. .XV , Anne Goree Tomlinson Entered 19623 Black Teamg CYC 7, 8, Ig Christian Forum II, III, IVQ Service League I, Student Council Talent Show 83 Tumbling Club II, Modern Dance 7, 8, I, II, IIIQ T chord III, IVQ Spanish Club III, Freshman Basketballg B-team Basketball Ilg Varsity B ball III, IV, Tennessee Jr. Academy of Science III, GPS correspondent to Chattanooga ' IV. Watusi . . . Fehns? . . . "Oh, forget it" . . , poodles, poodles and more poodles . . tall is he?" . . . keeps it to herself. . . Agat . . . "Two permanents and it still won't . . . double jointed . . . soft spoken Southern drawl . . . "She'll stretch a long way in ' . . . Anne. Allison Gay Ulin Entered 19625 Blue Teamg Junior Art Workshop 7g Service League I, Ilg Library Club Ig Modem Dance I, II, IIIQ Talent Show I, II, III, Tumbling Club Ilg Math Club IIQ Pep Club II, Cheerleader III, IV, Creative Writing IIIQ Cutest IVg Head Cheerleader IVg Terpsichord IV. Tiny tot . . . peppy Peeb . . . Mustang Alli . . . Mrs. Thomas's Ulison . . . nicknames plus . . . "We girlsg we stick together" . . . Hikers, Award . . . footnote under the table? . . . Tomado enthusiast . . . always cheerful . . . Pumpkin . . . Just one of the family, our "Babye-Fred". 138 ji. ...-1 ' '. 1-uL:l'5UL.:pq5l"' 4 431: M , 4191" ', W. Aww I 21, ip.. -' 5 4 ,b1:,vE:,.','n 1 EEEQ1, H, , V 'I' V W . rpm? 'W I 9 Q- . .- I Xu y r 39 .LV :"L5Qr ,nf :rf 'H U- w - ta, 5 . ,l ' ,Af-., In Q ,,,. 1.1. ' L1- ' - . 1 1.15-ywq'L:a3f:'L if , , ., 1. ff if: -1, .V ' r g.Q.Q,e'- ' , 5 , , w, k ,fl , .,1. . W, -.. ' w ' Y - Y N .2-f 91. ' ,NJ .2 f 5 J. , V- , Y, 1 M522 film I 4 mam V f :iw , H H H Jx S, '-1 ' , ,,.1.v..IZI'f1.'ff, W." ,ff V ' -.37- Senior Class Welkin, III, IV. newcomer, Tyra. ty- x 'N R Elizabeth Williams Wann Entered 19623 Black teamg CYC 7, 8, I, Ilg Theater Arts Club I, II: Theater Arts Play Ig Li- brary Club I-Vice-presidentg Service League 8,-I,iIIg Freshman Basketballg Creative Writing Club IIg Christian Forum IIIg Static IIIQ Peri-Welkin III, IVQ Poetry Editor III, IVQ Annual Board IV-Literary Editorg Areopagus IV. Flamin' Mamie . . . Sweetheart of GPS . . . literary ability . . . "Hold on, I'm coming" . . . Always a new joke . . . Eddie Haskell . . . Tornadoes light! . . . Sky King . . . sympathetic conlidantel . . alluring eyes . . . unusual perception . . . bunny . . . intellectual sarcasm . . . "Now don't you worry about a dog-gone thing", you ol' Coon Dog. Sue Barrett Webster Entered l962g Blue Teamg Jr. Art Workshop 7-Secretaryg Splinter 73 Science Club 8g Class Play 85 Latin Award 8, Library Club Ig Service League I, Ilg Class Secretary Ig Manager Freshman Basketball Teamg Theater Arts Club Ig English Award I, II, IIIg Creative Writing Club 113 Math Club IIg Senior Current Events Club Ilg Class Vice-president IIg Manager Varsity Basketball IIIQ Co-editor Peri-Welkin IIIg National Honor Society III, IV-Presidentg Editor Peri-Welkin IVg Areopagus IV. NO . . . "Nancy, you're an underachiever' . . . "Taylored" clothes . . . Bitte . . . protest writers, Webster and Worley . . . "She does silly things that turn out right" . . . "I think to myself, I play to myself and nobody knows what I say to myself' . . . certain ties with UNC . . . "Pooh Bear, friend of Christopher Robinf' 140 Tyra Jean Vaughan Entered l966g Black Team, Spanish Club, President II: Christmas ornament award II Fashions . . . California dreaming . . . dry wit . . . Camus . . . creative . . . Ole . . . footin' . . . voracious reader. . . daydreamer . . . mystic . . . psychedelic . . . groovin Valleybrook . . . better late than never . . . creamy complexion . . . bangs . . . our in .ll X s-.h- Lynn Anne Webster Entered l9623 Blue Team: Art Workshop 7, 83 CYC 7, 8, Ig Theater Arts I. II: Current I II, IIIg Blue Captain Ilg Freshman Basketball: Varsity Basketball II, IIIQ Swimming T II, III. Enviable hair . . . Which boy is it this week? . . . Leon Webfoot . . . Lauderdale, '66. '67 . . . Dynamic Duo . , . "Did you see that XKE?-Sooooo tough" . . . James Brown . . . . .Mr. Betty Crocker. . .Roman sandals. . .Chunky. . .Hey, good looking. . .cats more cats . . . Hey, man . . . Lynnie, one of our Bobbsie Twinnies. 'P av in 'e ,J-ug, ' GQ ,H F 3. ' T N' f "Q :gg:..Q.-. fn 1 f' 1. s 5,4 ll " -1271! -QF' - if w W BVI ' "' 535521 5 .fs P. " 'Y ' W V, . 4 . ' W , , ' a ' .,. Q Q IJ S l - A X l -. 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' A" Q."-.:.M....A .rv-:ii .Emp ,-fk.Ssaf. -gig .A,-,,L.4.-,,,g.gLn,,,4, Senior Class Nancy Ann Wey Entered l962g Black Teamg Jr. Art Workshop 73 Service League 8, I, Ilg Glee Club I, Math Club II, III, IVQ Sr. CYC Ilg Christian Forum III, IVQ Sophomore Play, Student cil Talent Show, Mu Alpha Theta III, IV. Natural blondie . . . staunch Presbyterian . . . horses, horses, horses . . . pretty com! . . . Memphis . . . New Year's Eve . . . old "McDonald" . . . fender. . . Mexico . . Out . . . 53.00 loans . . . How Sweet it is-to be dropped" . . . our "wey" out girl, 4511 Jocebfn Mae Wheat Entered 19625 Blue Teamg Jr. Art Workshop 7, Glee Club 8, I, II, IIIQ Jr. Theater Arts Club Ig Service League I, II, Math Club III, Mu Alpha Theta III, Spanish Club III, IV. Areopa- gus IV, National Merit Semi-finalist IV. 4:15, "Yes, Mr. Bode, I'll have it in CI hopeJ" . . . bedtime: 3:00 a.m .... Loveman's teen-board . . . lucky . . . "Now, what else can I do to my rat?" , . . the silent. devilish type . . . stamp collector . . . "Guess who called last night!" . . . Rick, Rob, Randy, and who'?'?? . . . notorious "note-passern . . . powerful server of tennis balls, but no control . . . One of the best friends anyone could have, our Jo. Laura Gray Wilson Entered 1962, Black Team, CYC 7, 83 Christian Forum Illg Theater Arts I, Ilg Leagueg Swimming Team 7, 8, I, II, IIIQ Modern Dance 7, 8. "I just know I llunked that test" . . . cocker poodles named Stephanie . . . U T! . . . ' letters, letters . . . great swimmer . . . dark tans . . , spring vacations in Fort Lauc . . . "Hey, let's do something stupid!" . . . pigtails . . . Icees . . . full of life . . . ' blue eyes and black hair . . . incessant talker . . . blue polka dot bikinis . . . constant sion . . . frequent wrecks and flat tires . . . our own reckless BB. Nancy Ellen Worley Entered 19625 Black teamg Art Workshop 79 Science Club-vice president 8, Christian Youth Club Ig Honor Court II, Static II, III-Sports Editor, Class Secretary, IVg Freshmen Basket- ballg Varsity Basketball II, III, Varsity Volleyball Il, IIIg Service League 8, I, II: Areopagus IV, Creative Writing Club II. Asn? Ancient dog . . . houses and horses galore . . . root beer . . . Tigers, Tarheels, Tornadoes . . . long, beautiful hair . . . dark tan . . . letters . . . Germany . . . "My name isn't Whor- ley" . . . player piano . . . Goat . . . shined C71 shoes . . . versatile . . . easy-goin . . . life- time friend . . . Whirley bird. 142 1 I ,I 1' "I Af ,X , , ' Y , nn," n , .. 21 ff-"' Jane 1-1 l. 'PB' Jayne New Students -1-:FP Susan its student body, three upperclassmen from Texas and Jayne Keedy, from Dallas, Texas, came into the Senior Clas the first semester while her father managed the fund raising for the University of Chattanooga. The next semester Susa Jane Zimmerman joined the Junior and Senior Classes respe ly. The Zimmermans moved here from Woodsfield, Ohio, they began the outstanding record which they continued in 4 tanooga. GPS wants to wish all of these girls good luck in future endeavors. I1 I V 144 This year GPS has been privileged for a short while to ha 4 s Senior SuperIatives?? Through the hallowed halls of GPS these sweet sixteen have trodden faithfully for six long years. For their sterling characteristics these sixteen have been chosen to represent the Senior Class' superlative qualities. By secret ballot they were chosen and were luckily caught in the act of being themselves. Susan Mimi Sler Stimson Allen t Butter- Best ly to Cup Informed ede Barrett Webster First to Get Married Phyllis Salisbury Monster Woman Tabie Chambliss Thoroughly Modern Millie Dorothy Leader "The Brat" 14 5 Anne Nixon GPS Sweet- heart Biddy Leal Beach Baby Susan Scott Biggest Mama Connie Leech Biggest Mooch Libby Wann Best Mixer Karen Smith Miss Clairol 'Mary Hagan Queen of Tobacco Road Sissy Law Biggest Martyr Susie Mastin Biggest Procras tinator t Y 44" -df' ' 5 4 .I 1.3 A -. f f::,gL-'A ..i1... .,. .-.. 1' ..1.. C , W . ,..-, L . x. .g - Pl '1 'bf -r-u..-4. I mx 'Ix- x -Q - , , is V K 1- lf I X . 1 . 3 ,' ,lla -5 may .- yr ,+A ., .QT .Viv . , ..rr--,,., , , - - ,- A-fn 1 ..-r-v...'-1-4. . , - - 1 . .ff 'n .3-L. Yr, " , i. . ""Tf'7:""1"f"' .-vs ,' K y' mA'A4 ' 'X wr-L J. -' " - ' "'J7 r ig I H, 1, " A L rr '- H4SQW'f.L ..-. 1 x " ' -w tai ,- rf It 1,1 f Jr. Q 4 1 , 4 ,fy . M g 2 5 4 li v f M N ' "rim -1 l:' Q, ':.",g-VA " " " 1 jf awinf wr J f+1-'w.Ww J xuxawd el 'J 4 q.. "' J 1.x a ijt X 1 , f Dabney Jumew Ginny Landis Kathy Lupton Treasurer l President Secretary X 4' ' ' - i V. 'iw' W I . 'T , - - mr- --- 1 -. Zi.. -r - r 14. . 4 I 1 ' f ya L4 .I N Class f 1969 V-rt :Z Corinne Anderson Jo Bishop Jwnet Boehm X Cuncly Brock -1? if K 'Q lhtihtl Bryan Jo Bultrzun Martha Campbell L Mary Chapin Stvsun Chester Louise Chamberlain W Y -l Linda Chobot Sully Christensen Margaret Churchwell Rosemary Colburn Nancy Curtis Peggy Davenport -F' -:PQ Let it all hang out! Junior Class X X -N-cr' N -vi Diane Davis Drue Davis Carmen DeLoach Jane Demos Marty Drake Y -- , af . 9-Q Laurie Faucette Lee Finley 1.1" f ' .Im 5 . 41 . A . . H., , .r -'NA l x im.. W v . . . - ,,...,. ,.,, ..',.... . I -- -V . u M 3.45. 'l..,i...', . I n.:.f..:"- owl.: y TT.-?l3vmh 7' . ' ' x w, . It M.,. 4 fry U, .,-N. , .,,- I . 'fvfd'-I '. 1. -U. Q . ..A nr .f M, -Y . P- nl N1 z 5... W. L:.n.,,.. 1, no D DA . . N ...V 4, . ..., A 1 Qi. ' -,f::::13"7J' ' 1 ,- v-11.1.14 i U. 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Jane Healy Robin Higgason Elaine Fleissner Jackie Gilbrcath Julie Gilman Bonnie Graves Anne Hawkins X X .. if , X, df' f.. i , v -I ll v 148 Ln Class f 1969 www in 17' 718 7 Laura Ihrig Dabney James Sally Johnson Lynn Jones Marie Kirk Ginny Landis Laura Leach Bonnie Leal J :FR Pat Lee Jane Little Kathy Lupton Allyson McElroy Ann McKenzie Susan McKinney Molly Mallon Amanda Masterson Et tu who??? .14 ef: 149 Junior Class 'w ,- ik That's what we need, Team Spirits! 15 .J- Karen Meador Robin Mebanc Hilda Mills Dana Murdock Ruth Oehmig '43 'Vx ,-9 l Melissa Parham Cheryl Pcele Cissy Plumlec Becky Ray Sue Rubenstein If Marilyn Missie Sheryl Speer Chris Slzlbile Garnelte Sl Class f 1969 ,W ...., -f-t Anna Bcth Storey Susan Strickland Susan Swnnbrd B,-.gnda Thgmus Shirley Thompson Among the slumping students sits "Miss Posture Perfect." 4l. La i '? LW., Betty Turner Cannon Wann Karen Wheeler Nancy Wilson Anne Woodruti' Dcblvic Vun Dcrvccr I-'lossic Wcill Judy Willett Luc Wood Ellen Young 151 VJ: wif' :sw A 1 u., . 1... W I 9 ' A 95, SW M N iik T Ag fifiiuk 5 qw QR A I 'radii' "N v A VVIZM, ,Q L . .wg - , J I , .- M, Qphomore Cla .9 ,. a ' Y iff? wg ' I n I T. t. - ' G5 mt f.. A, an M' Hwy M 1 -an 1, s :' . .Q E f - , ,llu V L . Q ' I + .1 W. ,'.- .- :,: ,2::, I. ry '. 5. 1 A +2 A if 4, f, .51 g 5' . 1 isiig A .vffllv , P ':: ...v 1 .K .Y K 'v ' , L Q - , .M . . . 1' A I ' ,N .Q - ' ' ?' .. A Ip 'A sn? , .,, L, .. W , s 4 fp gig ii' nw, f .. , ' 1 F SSWW : K.. U xp! , , , , ,. 23 N xv, , Q 'A i , W -Q Q-J ' " X a w -av f Kr f , 1 , 4 .4 .' M33 n"'S.-sv f . ,... h , 'gf 3 ,f?g, w-f Q QW' ', , ' Q ' yiFfggu1gQam,,V3JLQyg - f ' W, Tweeadle Smboldh A M A SSCQHQIHW "' Q A aj? E 5 K Qfjsm K N X ' V1 'L Wi 5 7 L f M ' -:f1-- ,Q f ' Q ' ,. Q47 'fri ur 4- UI mf f ' Bal. -al ga- 1 Allen Brown Cochran Dick n Gildersleeve . Nd + Y? . N Sally Allison Debbie Bushey Susan Cooper Gwen Erwin Lynn Golden C Class Of 1970 A , , 4. , san , 1--. id sl.. A Cathy Baker Travis Bibb in T X 54 -if 'N Debby Alper Gale Graham Harriet Greene Nancy Campbell Carolyn Curtis Stuart Folts Allison Goree 153 ., Wvvrti RJ Stephanie Bigley Anne Clarke Patti Davenport Margie Franklin Linda Gregory Patricia Harden Susan Hudson Kathy Hutchison Joy Kendall Lane Latimer Sophomore Class Ellen Hicks Jane Hutcherson Marcia Johnson Ellen Kovacevich Mindy Leventhal -ng' v , -X 1 w SA. l "fs 'ttf 1-Z .fi- , , Kathy Lewis Emmie McCabe Janie Matthews Glenn I-OTC Mary Ann McAlle5 Debbie McDonough Jennifer McQueen Marilyn Muywhort Mu,-jo,-ie Miller "v 96 15 Anyone can be u soda fountain now? Joy Mullins Sumnne Nichols J'1ne Okrasinski Mindy Pregulnmn Shirlcv Ruder .Icnnv Robinson -A ...J AQ Tricia Templeton .dl 'Wu A , .,, ,n Q. Af. V X.- :N H Q". W - 'Y-iff' Ui . " WVTJWF . 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Linda Deakins Karie Doster Laura Duffy Janice Erwin Gale Finley Freshman Class Mary Elizabeth Campbell Glenn Carroll Betsy Carter Emily Chamberlain Ann Chesnult Caroline Chester in-.1 Linda Clift Elizabeth Close Bobbie Cooper UIQ Genny Craig Beth Dameron Donna Davis Marie Davis -17' V , . '3 ag VG 158 Dm l-ricrson Kimberly Fuge Pam Funderhurg Helen Gaither Christy Gerow Caroline Gilley 'ig sa .Ian Hull Jayne Harher Mary Harper X l -5, X ,air N 'Nu Class f197I He who laughs first laughs worst Sue Anne Harrison Jane Hawkins Cathy Hellmann Susan Hon S45 'zfmr . Martha Hooker Sunny Hooper Kathy HulTaker Shaaron Jackson Gayle Jacoway Freshman Class KW?-fy Al Courtney James Jane Kennedy Mrs. Thomas said it was here somewhere! 17 it ' 4 if in Tr x l 4. v .L wb 'U-0, g Ltr.- Down, down, down to Lower Slobovia. vp, 160 Graham Latimer Kitty Lawson Dana Leventhal Iris Long Sally Millard Cathy Mock Dean Paden Jessica Parks BulTy Patten Charlotte Patten Libby Pope Melanie .1 's 1 l Class fI971 'Wi- -al- l Jean Robmson Nancy Robmson N21nCy ROIl1bCrgCr Sally Rud1s1ll A47 po Eat tt today, Wear tt tomorrow X ' ' ' 'W' ' ' T S 5 , , . 'vs A f. f all 'N Amy Robertson Rae Speer Leslie Stagmaier Ginger Stein Gena Stephenson Amy Schmidt Toni Schroeder Ellen Schwartz Mary Sellers Margaret Sies Rita Smith Nancy Snow Jan Speer Bitsy Stoneburner 161 Barton Stout Katie Swick Greer Thomison Debbie Troy Amy Turner it 1 ak by v "f W W - lv ., ., X 4 Kathy Turner Debbie Williams Aletta Woodruff Peggy Wright Becky Yandle Pucker up, Buttercup! 162 ik 1,1 - I s. 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L ' Q ,v .I-, . fs H ,Q -Q .- , A Y , :HK 1, Eighth Grade Ki 1 Cathie Ault Lolly Ballard 495 Vicky Alston Lyn Bethea 113 'T' Katie Brown Jan Bullard Y Kathy Campbell Julia Anderson Linda Corwin liargy Davenport Laura Conley Caroline Bickel Missy Brooke Jean Carrier Leslie Connell 164, Betsy Battle Marsha Bloyer Carole Callahan Ann Cochran Vicky Deakins .1 af? Chris Benz Diane Bonnard A Anne Coffey Christie Dennis Class fI972 V V' '- QQ .N -,T t 1 Suzie Dombrosky Debbie Finlcy Lynn Frierson Jan Glaze Jun Graham Nl 74' Merry Lynn Doster Sharon Ford Cathy Guult Suzy Goldberg Ginnie Graves N1-'Y 1-av 'S 1:34 T., pe Melody Hannah Lynn Hatfield Beth Head Lynn Helms Sara Henshall Lorrie Hoffman Laura Holt Jenny Hon Susan Ingalls 3 2 "Okay, Baby-cakes, just be here by 3:lO." 165 Eighth Grade , N 1 all lx 1 Q ll' pd , x , l J , L A Rv Y f Susan Isbell Cheryl Kendall Lois Ann Kirk Marty Kollmansperger Christie Laws Anne Leader Lucy Lundy Jane Lynch Carrie Lyndall Elizubelh McCabe 'ven- Dana McDade Leslie McElroy V+" X l Libby McKinney Cindy Mabe "-1' 'Q L 166 wif- 1 r I :N xr Q l . ll f , , 2 me, Martha, what's a 'Friday'?" I .Li Class fl972 1'-"' 14155 l -A ff .1 Q s V l , V : 1' l. J' or l "N, f x . ,- "I don't know, George, but it sounds mysterious." ll N Shannon Pitner Ann Newell Sleppie Ortlip Debbie Pless K? Linda Malone Debbe Moses Karen Newton Anne Patz Marty 'Mildram Mary Ann Okrasinskl Hilda Schmissrauter Laurie Myers Sue Peele Patty Ochs Sharon Reece Jeffrey Peckham Becky Prestwood Ann Pullen 167 Susan Scott Rhetta Sies Ruth Ellen Smith Christie Taylor Judy Taylor Margaret Thatcher Francie Thompson Kaki Thornton If the shoe Hts, wear it Frances Webb Sarah Weeks Carter Wells Mary West Elaine Wheeler Shelby White Phyllis Wilhoite Erin Yon i""f"lf!F"' XA ' x , I f 'f' 4? W9 'B' 3 H' A2 VQFZV5 Q f ' Yi sz 17 Q 9. 3 s W 'aff 1' vff 4ff' -, A I ,eh ff:-5, ,LV -. 1- l ' xr' X 5 511' 4 uf , .IAN ,gr -Y 3 Hu af. 1 +12 -R ,1 N'- P4 II , 1' - l'8..' ' I ' f I l.. I .1 . - , .A at , . pg: ,, , , . . ,:I ,,-g vx .5Q'-'or 10.4. ' ' -, x . eg" , gf:a,',I'f'- 4, I 1 l fx fir. q'vv,".i f' ' I I .FIX 1 - II I ,1 ' .NI-' ' ,I '- I I , 'C . ' , II5a.,, .' ' ' ' W , ' -A fini- fa' ' . is ' '- A Q ff' A . 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Beth Baras Kathy Bartlett Gene Bentley Cindy Bowman Cathy Brantly Elizabeth Barrett Joan Beckmann Ann Bohr Kathy Braly Becky Brock Class Of 1973 Mary Lisa Catherine Caroline Chobot Carolyn Cofer Chesnutt Chisolm Seventh graders fascinated by Grems' Fairy Tales! Ez- -Ji-. H.-4 Caldwell Jane Carter Lynne Gilbert Susan Gilley Mary Grems Chappell Guerry Cooper Meg Crimmins Davenport Kim Davis Ann Dicks Adna Dixon Eady Tilda Fassnacht 171 S evenlh Grade f , 'Tn-r -N A' Dallas Haden Susie Hale Peggy Harper Ardeth Healan K I .Qui r .T Tonight I'm going to wash my hair and brush my teeth! sr.. 95. Rowena Lee Margaret Levine Susan Long Laura Lore 172 ff? Q-if 9-A 5, rx X' J .L Denise lhrig Janet Jackson Tricia Jolley Mary Katherine Kirk Holly McQueen Lois Ihrig Ann Jay Elizabeth Kennedy Kitty Kollmunsperger Aileen Masterson Class fI973 Evelyn Miles Jan Morgan Oh! For the life of a dwarf! Cydne Murdock Carol Nation Lulu Navarre Celia Ochs rg' --' Cindy Prestwood Marsha Prigmore Patty Rawlings Peggy Reilly Lisa Reynolds Pam Robb Carolyn Robinson Debbie Robinson ...V xv Linda Robinson Laura Rudisill Beth Ryan Anne Schmissrauler Christine Smith Joy Smith 173 Seventh Grade nga av" '32 Ill beat you to page I73! 'D it Melanie Smith Becca Stimson Alice Strang Callie Tail' Melanie Wilcox T? Kim Taylor Patricia Tepper Debbie Thompson Molly Wallace Cathy Waters Rose Wright Meg Wrightson Ellen Yankee Nancy Yarnell Lolly Yates 174 I ' N 5,-QQ. I J 1 5 A-v M 5 fag .. Q ,., I-V: if f v 1 v vw r- i n. -4 Q ",' -, Ag., N- j -..H . 'U .- ' '. - 5: .I -7 V W :.. L . , qw, ' 3- I .. . .fl I Q . 4 - Q' ' rj ,ii 1 1 - . , J 9 ga Q , ,Lax gs. hw 'Z 2"f -' L li V. f :E:', 3 ' A' .:.' If 1 . ' "' I - - '. '- vu' 'Y' H 3,-sg M I ik -.. ,FLA 5. fs . 0 Q ,X-.. Tw V "3 5 I is ' 131 V 'ESQ ' :Y wrtfgv -, x :v L. -' 'f'B. gil.. ..i M A I Q. D ' .:' Q V 3 L V . Y E' I, W H V' Q Q1 '. 0 Al . 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'r Octavia Chambliss lRcQdcnloVSmHorChws Most Congeniul 185 QQ N www? iggwq wig Y -,X ' 35 :Qs X avg, Kf,5v.3g , 5 " f " E -? LH Q3 is me-5 if Y X , 1 i f ff, , ji 1-.X -Y Y , , 1 Y . In Susan M astin Co-Editor of Kaleidoscope Senior Scholarship Most School Spirit Phyllis Salisbury Co-Editor of Kaleidoscope 187 'Jn J Q ag.. r 1 f i fd YI! I ' . 3 J-ln fi' .' Vi: 1 I A ,ll 'i ly' "If I .fly 'J ff i ilifffiiiiif I Susan Stimson Picture Editor of Kaleidoscope . ! 4 r Zlisorz U lin Cutest Mary H a gan Most Popular Gwirz Bader Wittiest IL r Karen Smith Cutest 'F .Fwy H". L M I A-,,,,.1-nf, I N I'. l 11.1 2 , I - f any 'Q . - 1 Tr u if A , 1-1-4 M251 I . J I K 4 ? s 'f A T193 ' L 'Que-:N 'R . lr". .N I Q 'rdf f 1f,if'3, 3'mqq s -- I sr ff,,ff" I , ,V 4. 4 4 , 4 'Af ' 'digififfl ' 9 v - ' TTh,1.' ' ' 4"-- 7 "1" 'T ' lin. 1, 5, ' , 5.g:p?. v 4 ' 'un " 1 1 , .vi Q. ' Cf- 1-'4-155, I 'N 52 f wr... f' I . n 9 11 51' ' ,1--15.9-X I nv fav.. , 4 is J 'iii en 3'4- 972 . . Ll ' A I -, "HQ-. ,,.:' ar. X-if v f 1, I I , , 4 X - .t '..n , 4 Q 'i v ' 1 QP Epilogue Within the limitations of print and photograph, we, the staff of the Kaleidoscope, have attempted to capture informally the whole spirit of 1967-68-the year that was GPS. Sentimentally, this annual provides a frame of reference for the GPS Senior to recapture perhaps the most instructive and deliriously happy days of her youth. In cooperation and total dedication, we present this Kaleidoscope as a mem- oir of past years and a part of established heritage of GPS. We would especially like to express our appreciation to Mrs. Clark, the faculty, and the entire student body in creating another unique year in the GPS tradition. Susan Mastin. . . . . . Co-Editor Phyllis Salisbury , . , Co-Editor Susan Stimson . . Picture Editor Paula Anderson . ..... Picture Gail Thomas . . . ..... Picture Libby Wann . . . Literary Editor Martha Ling . . . ,,.. Literary Libba Morris. . . .... Literary Susan Blevins . . 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