Girls Preparatory School - Kaleidoscope Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN)

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Rowland Uudy Evans '57D, Recording Secrerary, Mrs. Gordon L. Davenporr CLeland Hume 555, Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. S.M. Hale Sondra Marrin '55D, Hisrorian, Mrs. Harold D. Powell CEleanor Willingham '54J, Nominating, Mrs. Thomas A. Harris CSally Hoover '567g House and grounds, Mrs. James G. Care, Jr. CMargarer Wheland '49, Alumnae Day Co-chairmen, Mrs, Thomas J. Parricls, Jr. CCharlorre Bridge 'o2D and Mrs. A. Cave Richardson, Jr. C5aIly Wilson 'o2D, Publicarions, Mrs. W.l.. Frierson III CAmy Hoover '542 and Mrs. Lyman W. Hodge Ghirley Norris 2195, Pasr Presidenr, Mrs. J. Srewarr Roberrs CMory Farr Freeman 2195. 1 r' " ,"X ' 'Rvws ,tw ,. . ,. . 4 G -. D. ..-AH - i 4' l 'Vi' 1'f"N '91-sv' Sustaining Fund Cammirfee Ei. -nl QQ 9 lee Q6 Q-J 1,5 1979-1980 Susroining Fund Commirree Chairman, Mrs. T.F. King, Jr., Chairman Elecr, Mrs. D. Allen Casey, Jr., Parenrs Chairmen, Mr. ond Mrs. D.K. Frierson, Pore-nrs Chairmen Elecr, Mr. ond Mrs. James O, Albrlghr, III, Alumnae Chairman, Mrs. George D. l-larless, Jr., Alumnae Chairman Elect, Mrs. Thomas T. Rowland, Porron Chairmen, Mr, ond Mrs. J. Guy Bearry, Jr. x 1 'L 1 , .- 'H' . as f 'A I Q If 0? -Hs J , -'E' fl 1 I1J',JJ: -.r Z , ii' 'WX' Dt. Hughes, the distinguished, charming, and witty Headmaster of GPS, hos always puzzled the students with his original character. He has given remarkable ideas for improvements, some of which are necessary, some of which are merely desired. He is versatile and can accomplish any feat from writing a book to organizing a Board meeting. His face is familiar at all GPS sports events, and he has proved himself quite capable of filling the position he holds. Great Books Yale University, BA University of North Carolina, MA, PhD . - l ,1 V , ,, J, uf 'vi' - , tif Q4-, afiw 4 11,1 f'2:fiQ,,'Lff"' , .l 55' 7 '. 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Chononoogo Universiry of Tennessee ar Knoxville, D.5. Miss Joy Scruggs Physical Educotion University of Tennessee or Knoxville, D.S., M.S. Mr. Andrew Shrum Plont Monoger - ,, .L Mrs. Toby C. Silbermon Alumnoe Secretory Vanderbilt University, B.A. University of Tennessee or Chorronoogo ' l .vgfi 11-' . tl .l ' ' .. i - .A l 55,9 . , l X. , T l ' 1 t ' .. q, Tn" i Gif . 1 t.+.'a ' A 3: 1, 5 -7- wp". Qgzl ' ' Lf:li'f"v " 2 ill is llxlgj f.'2i,3 ya' ' Q ilfti-"fx-5' . 21' l' i .J ' P ' 1' fi.: ssQQ,. ' , . :QQ l Miss Mory Elizabeth Smith English Duke University, B.A. Peabody College Middlebury College University of Tennessee ot Chottonoogo, M. Ed. Mrs. W. Fred Speolsrnon, Jr, English Mrs. Alfred Smirh Lorin, Mercer Universiry University of Tennessee ot Chorronoogo University of Tennessee or Knoxville Wesleyan College, l3.A. Q! ....,, ff'f7 I ux 3. , i l l 1 1 I l University of Chottonoogo, AD. 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University of Tennessee or Chotronoogo had Q Hi. x.L7f,- -4- nz- Chorlie Kilgore Edna Flercher Y----e l l 1 1 3 I ' ' .A , , A 'A v ii i l . , 'A H - , . 'B-.' . M VY-gif V I ,' x A L , '- A ' 5 1 V' i ' . - v, u , - 1 Y Tj. .1 :xx X 3 Af- -N A l . '-.'- 'Ez E L ' l J i 'ff ' , 5 we 4 . N' NI I ,, 5, My! f? 1 , 1, f if' if -. e XS A ., ., i i 1 g, -g ' fi i . A i ' :4 'L , I' , ' F, i J ' 1 ll 4 l il 2 s l i f 1- , 'fm Q..'L,-- 4,13 ' s " I f" ,ff - .243 'f. l 4, 1+- V M 3,11 r ki e l ' ' T, .- l if ' ' " i- in '-H "T . V 2. -,.,,7' f , . , , f JI' xg' ig fy .'. E -ff fi -mf-A 9 gg 55,9 . is P '- 'fl-. 'I - 3.125-'f' ' . - ' lu- n' '. f' s ..'-1 a L'lf'15" J X' I QKHAA f "1 fi Cofererio Sroff: Mildred Avery, Derry Blackburn, Ezell Ford, Me olo Gilbert, John Hoyes, Pioso Lorimore, Ruby Morrin, Mildred,Seoy, Som Sims, Mildred Smirh, Dorboro Wrighr . 5 .R ,.,. . Ax wyu .nf A vi ' V A f . 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Be careful, rhough, if you don'r look quick you may miss ir! One rhing she'll rry felling you - "Smorrl l'r'n nor smarr!" Well, Wis, rry felling rhar ro Dr. Hughes, who just presenred you an academic Commendation. Lisa, doesn'r your hand ger a Iirrle heavy? We don'r know if you noriced or nor, bur rhar ring on your middle finger isn'r quire your size, Sh! . . . Shhhl Lisa's around. She says no more rhan five words, bur her shadow, Tina, says ar leasr five words Cusually a lor moreb. Good luch wirh everyrhing and everyone! Andrea Jennings Baird 5 f Ai I "You can'r always ger what you wanr, bur if you'll rry sornerime you jusr mighr find you'll ger whar you need." Andrea has made ir ro her senior year, All rhar good food for lunch and she srill ears crackers and rea everyday. No wonder she almosr blows away. Adrian has always believed rhor Belkies are beauriful - Taylor, Smirh, Norwood and Horn, all of rhem in one dorm. Hey, do blondes really have more fun? This one does! Mario Andrea flies around Choir-rown in her Celica jeep. Good ole' Wolfgang has pulled rhrough many rimes. How many wrecks rhis week A.? Don'r forget rhe nighr in Nashville Ca real Dead Headb, Oh Arlanra, Holliday House, W Pompano, Dear Pow big rime, and good rimes ar Shermon's. Oh, and rhose privare parries were always fun. Too bad rhey'd only just begun. Try ro sray our of rrouble and your fears won'r fail you now. "Well, ler's book." 35 Kelly Pruett Baker "Laughter is o smile that burst." Kelly, our blond light bulb, laughs ot everything from her own jokes to wrecks with Woo, Kelly is known for her mature and immature days. Our obnoxious blond is famous for her love of a good time, which includes speeding, savoge adventures through the city of rocks, belly dancing ot the most appropriate times, and on occasional flar tire. "Hey, Ya'll, let's don't make things complicated," and Kelly, had you really been fishin'? Remember, Kelly, being smart isn't everything, "Intelligence is measured by how happy a person is." De good and keep them laughing wherever you go! Clock out and we love you Kid! Head for the mountains! Abbie Louise Ballard is I "lt is better to have a heart full of gold than a brain full of knowledge." Abbie, our Arlonta queen, can never be trusted to drive back home. She can be seen dancing whenever 'Tkoindrops Keep Fallin' on my l-lead" is around. Her love for hunting Wolfies keeps most of her time occupied, especially in Pompano! Bubbles is known for her destruction at parties: her favorites are chairs and screen doors, Abbie is also famous for her coke fights and her interpretations of Lotin verbs. NVe'll never forget the wild escapades in the old grunt-mobile! Deor Abbie, Dear Abbie, we con't forget you, We love you' tons, and we'll miss you, too! Remember, we're older now and uh . . .l 36 Caroline Hardesty Betts "Flashes of laughter, joy, and the good old days, but still things will never be the same . . . A friend full of excitement, Summer is one of the most hyper, lovable, and sensitive girls in the senior hall. One of the first girls in our class to get her license, Summer terrorized the streets in her orange Opel until she totalled it. ln her Fury she returned to the streets disguised as an old lady. What was lost in the engine was made up for in the reclining seats, Winter is characterized by her weird moods, food fasts, fast foods, Tetpsichord, sound effects, big hugs, and "Oh, Honey!" Although spring break is reserved solely for Pompano, she loves skiing in Aspen and partying in New Orleans. She came back from KNOXville fast, however, when she found out it wasn't her kind of life. Sum, next time your love of dancing and 'jeeping" land you in the pool or the ditch, just remember you're tops with us. Deborah Leigh Brown "The greatest mistake that you can make is to be continually fearing that you'll make one. Who is that running through the halls and swinging on lockers? That's Deb Drown. Deb made her debut at GPS as a sophomore. She even went to England to get more knowledge. Jolly good show, Deb. Deb is known for eating two or more desserts at lunch, but because she is so spastic she never gains a pound. Deborah must be the only senior who does not know her own phone number, Next time, stay calm and you might get it right. She can usually be found on Chickamauga Lake. Ir must be that sexy, deep voice that attracts men. Deborah always has at least two offers for a date each weekend. Decisions, decisions! Please, Deb, could you possibly leave some guys for the rest of us! Through her friendly and caring way, she has become our great friend. Deb, we'lI never forget your loud voice leading those GPS cheers and most of all the strong friendships we have with you. You are always there when we need you. Stay the strong, friendly person you are, and we wish you the best of luch in the future. 37 Catherine Elizabeth Brown 'Ta laugh, to make a joke, to look an the bright side, the funny side: may these always be yours." Lizbet spends her time waltzing with La Dean mannequins, drinking Long Island tea, tanning in her it-kinda-hangs-off-the-bluff pool, flying to some far and distant place like Aspen or New York, or just hiding from the police. She tells us she's a redneck at hearr, but we can picture her dining at Maxim's with Prince Andrew as easily as we can see her winning a tobacco spittin' or hog callin' contest. Cary Beth is quite a character and a Rebel for the cause. She's a warm, sincere, but stick-to-her-guns type of girl that Robert E. Lee himself would be proud af. She's our dass' Dear Abby who solves our problems and cheers us with phone calls that last for hours. She's never depressed, not even over the well-known fact that the boys that chase after her and the boys she dtiases after never happen to be the some ones, We'll remember you, Lizbet, hon, and when we do We'll think of that grin, the relatives, your brains, Waldorf salad fits, Valentines for Baylor and McCallie, skinny dipping parties Chonestlyb, the little sister we all shared, pudface, and dead cereal. Elizabeth, our loyal skeet team captain, aim high, shoot for the stars, and have a blast watching those boys fall for you like clay pigeons. Susan Hall Bryant . . . Do you not know that those who run in a race all run, but only one receives the prize? Run in such a way that you may win." Sue, Sue , Sue . . . Our cosmic friend joined us in the tenth grade and made such an impression that we decided to let het stay. She soon became known for her fast legs, brains and marurityC?D, profound quotes C"The seaweed barks at me" . . . "What madness!" . . . "Yankees are the armpit of America,"D, and for heavyaeep-and-real poems. lt has became a common occurrence to see this hyper child running around Baylor, McCallie, or the dam in pursuit of someone different every day. Who are you chasing this time, Sue? Well, Sue B, we know one thing: no matter how many men adore you at Wanderbilt, your heart will always be with Ernie. Susan has proved to be a true friend, always supportive and willing to listen or give advice. Stay close to the Lord, Sue Bee, and you can'r help succeeding. We'll never forget you because a day without Susan is like a day without sunshine. 38 Y i-. it 1 -1 74" 0" -5' 'Ile tu- bt lu-4 Kimberly Anne Burkhart it "Love when you can, cry when you have to, be who you must: that's a part of the plan. Kimmy Jae, our tickling bandit and Madame Spastique, is often seen in her blue BMW zooming around townisb. During spring break of her tenth grade year, Kim left for Colorado with one Buddy and came back with two! Kim, we were looking for deer, not dear! Oh and Sam, those private parties surely were fun, too bad they had only just begun. Be sure to ask her about her private lessons in horseback riding, rattlesnake skinning, and turtle catching. Kim, who is GOATMAN? lt's easy to see that she's truly a little girl at heart. Bows in her hair, birthday parties, chicken pox, l'kudy's big-time peanut brittle, sweet smile, and those big, innocent eyes. As you go aff into that great big world, don't ever grow up 'cause we love ya just the way you are! Martha Christy Burris -ef "Do not fallow where the path leads, rather go where there is no path and leave a trail." Chris, our own Honey of a Bee, arrived in the halls of GPS in her Oth grade year. C.B. is known for her New Jersey accent, 2:00 AM curfews, and good advice. She ance went jeeping with a summertime friend and got ditched. Chris claims that everyone hates her Datsun, especially since those late night Cor rather early morning? spring drives. With her affirmative attitude and common sense, she always sees the practical side of every situation. She even insists that when she went to Atlanta she did drive when it was light outside. Hey, Burris, all the way to Atlanta for a run? Chris, we hope your skills as J.A, president are as rewarding as your friendship. We know you'll go far. 39 Laura Katherine Cameron "Nothing ls so frustrating as arguing with someone who knows what he's talking about." Three cars, two tickets, and four wrecks later, we're surprised there is a Laura to write about! Only Laura could walk into a hair salon and just say "Cut it!" A trip to a luau in K- town involved Sainrly mistakes, couches, carnations, and Tylenol. ln May, Laura almost killed Davis and herself and was an crutches out of action for a while. Soon she was back to her old tricks in D.C. and in Chart-town. Cameron's passions are well known: Atlanta, frizzes, boys, politics, old movies, arguing, books, drive-ins, driving fast, pink and green, JFK, TV, Flex, the prep look, records, Washington, ERA, egging, and cars. Her biggest passion is for older men: we know how Wes Brown-nosed her! Laura never spends the night alone - Fluffy is always with her! Miss Politics, we'lI never farger your early returns to slumber parties, your goodflooking dad, your fits of anger, your Crisco party, or your sense of humor. Go for lt, Madame President! Elizabeth Kelly Cobb "But remember, my friend, you're a part of me, and l'm a part of you," Wha's the cute little girl with the sometimes frizzy curls and bright blue eyes? lt's Kelly, our Big Blue cheerleader who often occupies her time modeling for MiIler's or dreaming about tall, dark, and handsome men. Our own little Nib will always seem to have a he "Arlt" of gold, although she never seems to have any money. Kel has been known to come in a little late at night, especially after returning home from nearby parties on nights out "with the girls" since she never seems to be able to find a date. Well, Kelly, we've had you and your sweet smile for six fun years, now lt's time to let someone else have you. No matter where you go we know they'll love you as much as we do. 40 ,nil 'V if tsHtl,,,, , A 9' ,-'- 1-Q Anne Severn Cocke QS "lf a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away." If you brought all of Anne Cocke's male admirers together, they would probably fill up the Superdome. She has a strong attraction for boarders and jeeps, even though l3Orh can leave you Out in the COLEdl Drick House has won a variety of dance contests and has been on stage all over town. "Lookout, KidfIt's something you did!God knows whenfl3ut you're doing it again." With her brilliant mind out in space, her heart down-to-earth and her common sense nonexistent, Anne has charmed us with het good nature, inventive ideas, sexy smile, and habit of catching up on sleep while her mom dramatically acts out Macbeth. Nancy Jacqueline Collins l 5? "We cannot live only for ourselves. A thousand fibres connect us with our fellow-men, and along those fibers, as sympathetic threads, our actions run as causes, and they come back to us as effect." Nancy, alias Space Queen, can often be seen asking friends, or even strangers, the all- important question, "Do I have food between my teeth?" She was the one who kept the taxicabs busy in Pompano. ln fact, she made them Chris-cross all over the city. Shucks, l forgot, rhat's a touchy sulject. You're the one who's known for 'inot daring," Now, what's your favorite name, Nancy? Abbie or Mary? She'lI never tell . . . She's never at home. You won't be able to see Nancy driving up Lookout because of the steam of her over-heated car, but you can hear her laugh from a mile away. Well, that about Sams it up for Nancy! Well miss ya, Poochie. 41 Corlotto Arlene Cooper ! "Whot lies behind us ond whor lies before us ore tiny motters compored to whor lies within us. Corlo is our romontic girl with the beoutiful brown eyes ond worm smile. Beneoth thot colm, innocent exterior, however, lies o truly hyper being. Although quiet, CC. con drive you crozy with her Cheshire Cot smile - ond bod jokes Cremember Booberry?D, She con keep you entertained for doys with detoils of her interesting dotes. How do you monoge to find such unusuol boyfriends, Corlo? Corlot will lough or onything if she's in the right mood. On the other hond, she worries obout everything! She surely knows how to pull her emotions together on STOQ9, though, ond when she does she's stunning. Whotever this brown-eyed beouty finds to do she does well. Corlo, you're o true friend ond we'll miss you. Stoy owoy from those Baylor olums. Piesho Anne Croven Oh, l've seen the bottom ond l've been on top, but mostly l've lived in between, ond where do you go when you get to the end of your dreom?" It's o Croven? Rusho? Re-shoy? Reh-sho? Oh, Resho! Resho is found ot the heort of the noisiest gtoupi she never knows when to keep her mouth shut! The leoder of the immoturity gong, driver of o cinommon Chevette, chief priestess of Scwock, ond leoder of fiendish pronksi Tornodo men, club initiotions, ond oesthetic food sculptures, Resho is our GPS juvenile deliquent. Hey, "Hot Lips," whor did you reolly do with oll thot mistletoe or McCollie? She is troced by her loud, obnoxious loughl Hey, Piesho, how did you get thot figure? Reshe, our own Disco Doll, donces her woy into the heorts of mony o McCollie boy. She'll be remembered for homes such os Pickering, l-lonon, Burns, Gibbs, ond Clork. Resho, your boldness, sense of humor, ond love for the Lord hove held you in our respect os o leoder ond confidont, Don't forget us ot UT. Keep the foith ond remember, immoturity is fun! 42 Christine Eberhart Cureton 135' 'lt'-7' in "When l became a man l put away childish things including the fear of childishness and the desire to be very grown up." Who is that girl who's singing at the top of her lungs for no apparent reason? Oh, that's the president of our Senior Class. Crazy? You bet! But she's coming up in the world. From the Trychonosis Kid to the Ricketts, she has naw risen to the world of the Chatranooga lce Company. Her stunts range from playing slsull ball QD by the GMR to raiding Bragg's Reservation. Did you and Barbie really stuff the ballot box for the Homecoming candidates? Well, if you don't make it in Sewanee, Georgia Tech will be happy to have you. You've been the greatest friend and have given us a lot, But most importantly, you've made us laugh. Good luck. Jennifer McCall Davis .jg 9 K I-.J A . . '. , M 'i j' 'EJ . Q x r. i f " n l 'il . -,. ,L "What do we live for if not to make life less difficult for others." Jenny, our Dig Blue fan who never quite gave up the spirit Cbut Jenny, 20 timeslb can often be seen ar the Dig Blue house down the street. She seemed to have fallen into a BOODBY trap in the eighth grade and has never quite gotten out. Jenny has been known to go wild even after one glass of mills. Our little flat hunchbacls is always willing to give an ear to friends and is lsnown for never getting to class on time, but then how could she be on time when she wants to have a five minute conversation with everyone she passes? Jenny, there's one thing we can't figure out: is your phone always busy or are we calling the wrong number? Our lovable little Jenny Der Pooh will never be forgotten by anyone. Try not to lock anyone out next year! And don't worry, Jenny, the waves will never stop. You've been a great friend, and we'll miss you. 43 Volerie Wyber Dodson "Yesterday is o concelled checkg tomorrow is o promissory noteg todoy is the only cosh you hove, so spend it wisely." Creotivity, Woldorf solods, Kochs Bokery ond Berkley: these meon nothing unless you know Volerie Dodson, our Colifornio girl. And did you know thot she hos oll of her homework done by 8115 every morning? One wonders if she stoys up oil night thinking her deep philosophies which she so grociously reveols in closs. Vol spends her exrro time cooking boeuf oux chompignons or boklovo. lt's oll Greek to mel And since her iceskoting porry, we have never yet known her to slow down or give up, We hope thot our sou-wesretnet will olwoys olm for the stors ond try to conquer the world. But most of all we surely do wish "we oll could be Colifornio girls" tool Julio Korhryn Droke ! "Tis better ro be smoll ond shine, rhon to be lorge ond cost o shodowf' When Julio first come to GPS she wos only four feet five inches toll ond wos president of rhe short society: but now she is five feet one ond o holf inches in height, Even though she is still shorr, she loves roll guys ond mounroins, She's o real noturol, She con olwoys find something good in someone, especially if he is o guy! .lulio hos o stronge reocrion whenever she sees o good looking one. First she elbows the person next to her, then she points or rhe guy ond soys, "He's cute!" She's nor ctozy, just boy crozyl Julio never reolly knows whom she's currently in love with, she just knows thot he is second to none. Most of us know the quiet side of Julio, ond we know thot she olwoys hos the time to lend us on eor. Julio, os you go through life, remember thot "good things come in smoll pockogesf' 44 wg,- Ellen Anne Edwards 1m "And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and nor unto men." - Colossians 8:28 Elon, Elon, the Watermelon can be seen crusing around town in her '68 convertible Camaro Hey, Ellen, how many riclsers have you gotten on Brainerd road? No matter how hard we've tried, Eloise is incorruptible. She's a true individual, Her honesty and integrity are always around to help her friends see the strait and narrow. Thank goodness for Eilen's listening, compassionate ear. Ellen's chief ambition in life is to become a drummer in a roclsln roll band but only offer she wins her first grand prix. We Isnow you'll make ir it one way or the other - probably the other. Lori Ann Eischeid ..,,,,, 1 in "lr's nice to be important, but it's more important to be nice." lshid, lzod, Lo Lo, or whoever, can be seen cruising in her blacl-z Cougar ro Baylor or to work ar Wendy's. Alrhough she's classified as being WZ far-free, Lori can never resist Weldon' salad or popcorn at any hour of the day. Her Terpsichord legs ond brown eyes are said to attract the guys even if she doesn'r believe it. As an inevitable beach baby, Lori discovered a passion for distant letters and baseball hats which she always returns. She is one of the few who love to work, or is it that she loves the people she works with? Lori has a smile on her face and wears it as well us she wears those Baylor cheerleading uniforms, Even the friendless find a smile on her foce. Hey, lzod, We're glad you had time for us. De sure to lools out for mankind at college because we're sure rhey'lI look out for you! 45 Mary Jane Fort "Angels fly because they take themselves lightly." Momma Jane, our perfect prep, is always seen in her flowered pants with matching sweaters, socks, and ribbons, MJ., the Little Miss Priss of the Senior Class, has a tendency to scteech out of the GPS parking lot. CYa'll ljust can't drivell Oh, by the way, Jane, what's the attraction at Randy Webb's? ln Pompano during her junior year, MJ. was usually l runningflb back and forth from Sand to Surf with her good friend Gilbey. Mom's adventurous spirit escaped one night, and, Jane, who was swimming in the ocean? Mary Jane is known for her blunt comments, understanding, dancing abilities? CLet's jetklh, artistic talents, love for little ones, and her never ending belief in dreams. Jane, we can't wait to see your six kids and don't worry too much about us at college. Night, Mom! Jocelyn Brigid Fox "A secret is what you tell someone else not to tell because you can't keep it to yourself." Whats in a name? Joicelyn, Josntyn, Jaclyn, oh Jocelyn. Well, we just call our Signal Mountainite, Foxy, Our little world traveler has great relation Cshipsb. The English still haven't recovered from our beauty, neither has a certain German boy. You can tell that this girl is on alien by her accent. Do you have to pronounce everything so perfectly? She frequently forgets what time her date is supposed to pick her up. Jocelyn is the only senior we know that still can't drive and can be seen every Saturday morning at Driver's Ed doing her French. This hyper girl often goes into fits of hysterics over nothing. Jocelyn, you'll get by if you keep on blinking those big eyes with those l-o-n-g lashes, By the way, Lady Fox, try not to get rescued by too many knights an horseback! 46 wi. - w . --'sw itlliv 1 1, l an 1 ill lmisisiiilfl' l i if-r .h A' cv 953:13 i , 'W' tk I if-'. vwl 1 Jn' . " i 0-Ml .ir -- A Anne Elizabeth Freels "A love unexpressed, like a candle unlir, or a song unsung, is no love at all , . . it's only an illusion." Our natural blueeyed beaury tried hard to stay naive, Could we let her? Never! A girl who is always Cul-pable is the Colorado freak in flannel. Anne is a sweet girl with a Big Red heart whose dreams often dwell on a certain Lookout Mountain Skragg. Elizabeth Ann, why is it you love to go on those -Baylor outdoors hikes? "Can the Baylor boys come an the Colorado trip, Mrs. Freeman?" Anne always has time for a friend even though she is very busy with Madrigals, Glee Club, and Honor Council. Keep smiling, Anne, and remember you have a beauty of your own inside and out. And another thing, just keep looking up and having fun and no matter what you do, you'll make it. Janet Ellen Gaffner ii "Smile with the intent to do mischief, laugh having done it." It all started in the ninth grade when our beach baby found a pearl with Wright's binoculars. Did she learn fast! Why, traveling to Pompano on fifteen minutes' notice is a record! The girl next door cheers for her favorite team C60 Dig Redlb. Or is it her favorite boys? Stubby fingers is known for helping deliver her sister, a Yellow lei, coming in early, sharing Hirschey's kisses with MMJ, extreme jealousy and moodiness, Main Evenrs with J Basketball Creally, no doubtb, talking in her sleep, stubbornness, constantly eating, never paying for anything, playing Dracula Cpractice makes perfectl, and being sick for long periods of time Cor at least one Monday a weekh. As a senior, Janet, who is usually in the right place at the right time, gave up an high school boys on a weekend Tripp to Alabama. "T" became her favorite letter, and Taco's became her favorite dish. We know that it wasn'r Helen who caused the downfall of Troy Cor the increase in his telephone billsb. We also know Janet will go far in life and obtain her goal of becoming Quincy - oops! - we mean a pediatrician, if she always remembers to make it 8outof43ll 47 Sherry Leigh Gaunt "Life is like music, it must be composed by ear, feeling, and instinct not by rule." Who is the senior with those big brown eyes and on innocence we are never sure of? Musr we keep reminding you of Blue Ridge, Honey? Sherry is the only girl who knows where everything is in the music room, including Mrs. Greene. Without Sherry the Glee Club would probably go ro Saddy-Daisy on tour. Whether she is handing our Kleenex or merely pasting the thought for the day, she is always cheerful. If Sherry isn'r smiling it must really be a bad day. Shen'y does, however, have a strong aversion to ketchup, especially Arby's. "Oh, bother!" Sherry is a true friend and we know that she will always be there with a shoulder for her friends to cry on. Sandra Gayle Goins fm' I "What a tangled web we weave, once we practice to deceive." Who would you be mast likely to find still up or four in the morning, listening to Plonstadt and rewriting Dr. Seuss books? Sandy, of course, who, true to her name, has a love for beaches and sunshine Cbut she still daims that Pompano was all typhoons and hurricanesl. As a great contributer to the art department, S.G, can be found Dooleying on o new sketch or explaining the ardwitectural design of rhe Omni. CHow would you knowlb "Hey, Kel, ler's go Mustanging!" Although Sandy's dancing career was short lived, she managed to leave her mark - red ink spots, gold earring, wet clothes, and bananas - just about everywhere, Dy the way, where did you acquire that love for foreign romances and rropical fruits? Just always keep your happy outlook on life and never worry, Babe, 'cause we all know you'll make it big. Dan't forget "lt's the laughter we will remember," W' if P J., for Vicki Lyn Grantham "There's nothing wrong with chasing dreams . . . you might catch one." Munchkin is the only person we know whose hair doesn't go flat when ir rains. CYa'll, it's NATURAL!! Blueeyed, weighing in at one hundred pounds, not remembering her name or what she are for breakfast, she usually gets where she's going. Dener late than never She has so many extracurricular activities Ccheerleading, Madrigals, Robin Hood, Greg, . . .7 that she never has time for homework. Sometime during the llth grade, we lost Slick. She says she was just playing tennis at Valleybrook, but we know she was either showing of her tennis form to certain friends or hiding her red bikini from Davy. Now, af course, she has matured. She spends her days showing Greg her ruffles and her nights at the movies with her college lifeguard. After daring a LUMDElUack in the tenth grade, Vidsi had many short-term romances. CLancias, Trans Ams, Jeeps, Z's, vans, etcj Now, "it's the real thing" - a triumph, huh? CWe always knew the Munch loved SUMMER CSD time! Vicola, as you fly down the highway in your little red car, keep your radar going, wave, and have fun. Mary Cantrell Hampton "I really don't know life at all." Wha's that red-haired beauty dancing down the halls? Who's every doctor's best friend? Mary, alias Ginger Cliogers, of coursel can often be seen predicting her next terminal disease, like time she had convinced herself that she was not only dying of a malignant tumor but that if she fell asleep she would go into a coma. Good excuse for socializing with the opposite sex, huh? But Mary is not as naive as she seems, especially after that night Cwhere?J on the lake. "lt was a nightmarel" Right, Mary. She has quite a memorable sense of humor but a rather forgettable sense of direction. Mary is seen everywhere but never seems to have a good time. Well, once back in 1972. Seriously, Mary, we know your Fred Astaire is out there somewhere - he's just waiting for you to ask him to dance! 49 Kelly Irene Harless "He who laughs, losrsf' Kelly Bob, our combination Terp rwerp and inrramurol presidenr, is known for her caordinaring hair ribbons, green Musrang converrible, and her exrreme emorional moods. Her dare book, which reads like a soap opera, has a wider circularion rhan the Narionol Enquirer. Pompano rraffic lighrs, "run Dorris run," purple barhing suirs, and rhe dirry dozen have raughr her ro smile or policemen and ro laugh ar her misrakes, Afrer Kelly had her Elsworrh of Delkies, she found rhar her srairway ro heaven led ro rhe basemenr, Even if Kels claims ro "hare boys, especially boarders," she musr know by now rhar we can'r all love rhe one we're wirh. She's a symparhefic friend, always ready ro lisren and give advice. CWhen life gives you lemons, . . .D Kelly, honey, nexr rime you drop by rhe Omni, don'r farger your shoes! ls ir 6:66 yer? Well, kiss the clock and make a wish anyway. Hallie Sue Hochman I' eil "A fool will lose romorrow reaching back for yesrerdayf' Yea, she's a brickhouse, wirh big green eyes and a Iirrle green bomb. lr's Hallie, all righr. She's rhe girl who gers involved wirh l3Oys rhar never give up. Hallie is rhe only girl who ever worked our Chalk wirh rhe McCallie swim ream, she loves rhe Iirrle swim suirs rhey wear. Hallie is closedemourhed only when speaking abaur rhings concerning herself. She srill says all she and rhar Baylor swimmer did was Gobber. We do know one rhing, rhaugh she likes ro be-near rhose lsroeli soldiers. Hallie is a grear gal who's crazy and full of life, She lisrens ro her friends' problems and always offers good advice. When you go away ro college, Hallie, don'r farger us or all our good rimes. We are going ro miss you - and your big mourh. Do one rhing for us when you're gone, whereveryou are. Make rhose boys Yale. 50 Y 2? mil. -W Amy Floyd Holland "No man is sane who does nor know how ro be insane on proper occasions," Who's rhe girl wirh her mourh always open? Ir's Amy our rrigger-happy Wau Tan Ye girl! Only our "Amoi" could keep so many guys or college on o srring. CDon's get your lerrers in rhe wrong envelopeslb Oh, you don'r know whar thai does ro her! Amy can usually be found in the srudenr lounge brushing her reerh ond washing her face. Having always been a Tornado fan, Amy may even have been o rornado once or rwicel Only our lirrle Durch girl could spend o summer raking invenrories on prison uniforms. "If you love me baby, smilel" Girl, don'r ever calm down, You pur much exciremenr inro our lives. Good luck on everyrhing you do. We love you ond don'r forget ir! Mary Sessions Houseol ,- .3 "So live rhor you would nor mind selling your per parror ro rhe rown gossip." Sissy, alias Alabama Kid, came ro us in rhe renrh grade, bringing wirh her rhar sourhern hospiraliry and charm which few can resisr. Her clear skin and Barbie Doll figure have all rhe heads rurning, bur her heorr belongs ro Monrgomery. Sissy is frequenrly seen mooning over her love on cable - T.V. and is known for her nororious escapades in rhe blue Monrerey, Swiss always has rhar bright idea bur is shorr of acrion. Don'r worryg we know you have good inrenrions since you are one of the few rhar came in ar rwo! Did you do your homework, Sissy? Oh well, see ya when rhe Tide rolls in! 51 Deonne Wilson Isbell "Conscience does moke cowords of us oil." Who is the beonpole with the gorgeous blue eyes ond the lough of o donkey, hoving glucose withdrowol symptoms over her lunch of three desserts? lr's our fovorite engineer to be with the limited vocobulory Cboyou, bonono, ineptl. If she's nor pointing her noils in English insteod of toking notes CXVrite thot downlb, she is or McCollie going to see Music Mon. Deonne Co chief D.L. Duddyb is not on inept lozy procrostinotor, she is merely o victim of inertio. Doyou Doley, whot did you do offer thot Junior-Senior? Deonne, you should order your food "to go" not "in o bog." Deonne finds the bright side of ony situotiong so even when she oces o test ond we oil know she slept through the notes, we con't help love her, Julio Vilerte Johnson 3 I. 'li' "lf my mind con conceive it, ond my heort con believe it, then I con ochieve it." J,J., os Julie is known to the volleyboll recim, is fosr on ond off the volleyboll court C48 in o 35 mph zone?D. She's known for her white Comoro Colios the Wor Eogle Wogonl het brother Robert Redford, her love for golf Cond mole golfersb, ond her frequent visits to Auburn Cir wos o BLASTIJ. Not being very foshion-conscious, she weors corduroys in mid- summer ond goes without socks during the winter! Jules, it's o wonder you don't cotch Coled, but we know you're trying! Julie hos on unfounded feor of riding in the GPS von C37 mph on the freewoylb. Her phobio makes Mrs. Thomos stond up ond toke notice! By the woy, Double J, why didn'r you ride bock in the von from the stote golf tournament? Jules, we hope you find o roomote or Auburn becouse we know better thon to ogree to be your roomote, ond we don't think DeeDee will risk it! You're too violent Julie Cwhot is your middle nome ogoin?D, we know you'll keep them loughing or Auburn CWor Chicken Countryb, but we'llI still miss you! 52 Mory Irene Jones "Once in o vision I come on some woods ond stood or o fork in the rood. My choices were cleor, yet I froze with the feor of not knowing which woy to go, One rood wos simple occepronce of life, the rood offered sweet peoce. When I mode my decision, my vision become my releosef' If you see o girl wondering oround the holls looking rotolly lost, ir's bound to be Mory, the Spoce Coder. Our little trivio Iody knows everything from dogs, to frogs, to boys, Her endless streom of little-known focts olwoys keeps us Ioughing. Her best feots ore either locking her keys in the cor or tripping over her own feet. She's envied for her Big Dlue eyes ond perfect figure. You con often see this disco-Iody boogieing down ond moking up new steps ro o donce of hers. We'II never forget thot one tour, Sonibel, immoturiry, Mongo Scwock, Tornodo men, boys ond oll the greot times. Just be yourself, Mory, wherever you go ond everyone will love you, You're o greot friend ond we're gonno miss yol Mory Morgoret Jones "ln life some of the time you lose whot you go ofrer, but you olwoys loose whot you don't go ofter." MMJ hos olwoys been the people's chompion for doing things rhe hord woy. You might soy she is wired up bockwords. And occident prone? She hos hod only three mojor outo occidenrs in less rhon o yeor. M2 con usuolly be seen speeding olong reody ro yell for her loyol Blue Dig, or is it Red . . . or Corolino Blue? M, G M. is notorious for her Iough, her hyperobriveness, her love for onything with cz button down collor or monogrom, ond lost but not Ieost her love for Hirschy bors. Our foshion model, our opero singer, ond our professional flurisr odds o lot to rhe closs of '8O! FRANI4Iy, Mory Morgoret is o true friend or ony time and will lend on eor when you need her. She rokes deep concern in everyone she meets. M2, don't ever forget oil the greot rimes, Pig-outs, lonely weekends, laughing ond crying ond oll the crozy people! MMJ, keep smiling ond we hope your Hirschy bor never melts! It's better in Jocksonville, Hilton Heod, ond the Bohomos, 53 Rebecca Erwin Jones 'Ci- CTI f "lt's cool to be coal, but it's cooler to be coal about being cool." Rebecca is known for her annual wild parties, cowboy hat, bandannas, genuine Bob Dylan photos, and Springsteen button. Late night trips ro Atlanta are a part of Rebecca, that is, when she's not in Gadsden. Who else has a "watermelon momma" or charges the tourists entrance to Lookout Mountain? Rebecca can be found swimming at Fairyland Club day or night or even in other people's pools CHumD. Rebecca's been known to get her revenge on late night walks around the neighborhood. Aren't eggs good for your hair, not the car? Where were you at the '79 McCallie senior party? Last we saw, the Hobbit was trying to teach you jokes. Rebecca, however, refused to "swing on a star" and promptly put a contract our on him. To fulfill the contract, RJ. and her notorious cohort joined forces and kicked him aay. Dy the way, "let's do it, and say we didn't!" Remember, be yourself, and you can rule the wordll Stay cool, baby, we're going to miss a true friend! Mary Anne Kaiser ,pus 'O i xl "Why do firemen wear red suspenders? To keep their pants up!" If you ever walls down a hallowed GPS hall and hear a marching band behind you, do not be alarmed. lt is but Mary Anne, our most patriotic class member, playing "Stars and Stripes Forever" on her voice box. A member of the Society to Promote Blindness Cdue to her flash attachment, the Ray Gunb, the Colorado Snow-Bunny fan club, and the We-Got-Lost-On-The- Way-To-Areopagus Sisterhood, our New Orleans belle holds another title, that of Most Easily Amused. lf someone'sjoke falls flat, the joker is saved by o tremendous "Pa-Ha-Ha" resulting from a Dig MAK attack of laughter. With a story to illustrate every known fact, she is "a cultured and well brought up young lady". Mal-tonne, never lose your ability to laugh at yourself and others and watch out for "bugs in your hait!" Give Mom, Daddy, and Dert our love and remember . . . we love ya, Mary Anne, like we love Robert E. Lee and Robert Redford, 54 1-. i :: r ii i if " l K. 1. i , .Ph li , as i. Elizaberh Neal Kelly "People are lonely because rhey builr walls insread of bridges," Woo is our own lirrle back ro nature cowgirl who has never quire losr rhe rwenry-one-year old figure which she hod when she enrered GPS. She has been known ro swim in such places as Mounroin Creek Aporrmenrs, Monre Clair Aparrmenrs, and Knoxville, and ar whor rime of rhe nighr? Her fovorire game is war, which she seems ro play besr afrer wedding receprions. Woo, everybody knows you don'r rake showers wirh your clorhes on! Woo appears ro be in Ragland by rhe clorhes she wears, bur we will soy rhar rhey're berrer rhan her purple bikini! Marble is known for her many wild escapodes or such places as Arlonro, Sewanee, Nashville and Knoxville. Oh, by rhe woy- Woo, is Scorr Kelley really your cousin? Be careful nexr year and rry nor ro fall in love wirh roo many cowboys! We love you lorsl Susan Kerry Kemp S... "There's a Friend for lirrle children above rhe brighr blue sky, a Friend who never changes, whose love will never die." With Kerry no one can ever be sure whar she is gerring inro nexr: a bean and cheese nacho craving or a lare nighr pigour pow-wow ar Kay's Kasrle. The larer if gers rhe more we earl Who loves summerrime more rhan anyrhing and erjoys winrer roo, bur only if a "roll, dark, and handsome" is rhere? Our furure covergirl can be seen around Firsr Pres. or in rhe Annual Board room. Bur srill, she has rime ro advise an her rheories abour boys and ro give gelp on marh problems. We will remember Kerry for her warmrh and friendship. Her concern for others is besr exemplified by her availabiliry or all rimes ro help a rroubled friends, She's always rhere wirh o listening ear, o comforring smile, and good, solid, sound advice. Srrong in her Christian beliefs and ideols, Kerry finds rhar impossible siruarions pass quickly. Also she's seemingly rempered wirh a rouch of rhe "crazies." To Kerry, our perperuol oprimisr, wirhour you rhings won'r be quire so brighr, 55 Tarra Angela King "Lessons learned are like bridges burned, you only need to cross them once." As well as being a lover of good times, Tarro is one girl rhat you can call friend and know she will take you seriously. Torra is our easy-going girl from downrown or Lookout - no one knows which. Being o victim of circumsrance, Tarra is now a member of rhe .loner Gurhrie club. She can frequenrly be seen in the cheesebox, the "Srang" or rhe dearhmobile cruising up Lookout, going to Kiddieland, "skipping to run" with Gay, or parked at rhe ever famous Crisco parries. She also has the unique ability to drive a motorcycle through ten feet of water and to play Jacques Cousteau, even if it does mean failing Senior Lifesaving. Never forget adventures in the big K-town, Most of all, Tarroid is known for her love of Sandy beaches in Pompano which she once left for Grag. I doubt it, Janet, but lets make it 3 out of 3 anyway. .,, 5 in Margaret Ann Klaasse "Thank heaven for lirtle girls, for little girls get bigger everyday . . . wirhour rhem what would lirrle boys do." Peggy is best known for spending rhree fourths of her time at Mountain Pizza. She can be seen spending the other fourrh of her time dashing around with P.M., but in the early A.M. hours in her gnome-like car. Speaking of her gnome-like car, everyone knows about her gnomeslike mother, father, sisters, and dogs. Friends know about Peggy's thing for Davids, but her rrue heroes are Donald Duck and Warren Beatty. Her multi-talented arhleric ability ranges from surfing on rhe California beaches to playing soccer like o pro, Peggy's notorious skinnydipping parties often attract the police, but Peggy smooth-talks them by replying, "l'm old enough!" Though Peggy is the short, cute girl with rhe pug-nose, she proves not to be so small. She will always be rhe Peg of our hearrs. 56 3' Wendy Lynn Kosanovlch "You're only young once, ofrer rhar you have ro rhink up onorher excuse," Who's rhar block-haired Tolbor's girl who just drive by in rhar big black hearse? lr's Wendy Lynn, Alrhough she's rhe youngesr in rhe class, she looks older rhan rhe resr of us in o couple of ways. Wendy, our own lirrle senior model, is definirely rhe besrdressed girl around Cso why do you always wear blue jeans?Jl Her fun rime consisrs of cruising around and lisrening ro her new rapes -- once. Bur mosr of rhese fun rimes have Den a Joe-ke! By rhe way, whar was rhar under your skirt ar Par O'Drien's? We rhoughr Chrisrions sroyed in chairs! Lore nighr escapodes on Lookour have led her friends ro ask, "Wendy, you aren'r camera sky are you?" Our lirrle Miss Philosopher always finds some way ro enrerrain us, especially wirh her hilarious jokes and her inreresring magazines. Good luck nexr year, We love you lorsl Mona Lynne Ledberrer 1 "What lies behind us and whar lies before us are riny rnarrers compared ro whar lies wirhin us." Mo, rhe class disco queen, ofren has rrouble deciding which boys are on her lisr for rhe currenr week. She is known for her frizzy blond hair and especially for her love of men. Mon has rrouble wirh her name. "No, l'm nor o 'bedwerrerg' l'm a Ledberrerf' Bur Moon-o is also a great friend who is rhere ro lisren or ro give advice. lf you see a girl going inro spastic firs from laughing, you can be sure ir's rhis hyper lirrle girl. Considering all rhe jokes cracked, she has made ir rhrough rhese years wirh rhe resr of us. Jusr remember ro ocr crazy or you'll go insane. We love you, honeychild. 57 Katharine Elizabeth McCallie Z- "The world is so full of a number of things, l'm sure we should all be happy as kings." Born with the knowledge of politics and the American way, Kathy expressed her views in history class with "I bet I know what Raquel Welch insures." Here's to the girl who is never afraid to be a little bit crazy, but knows when to be serious. She can give not only sympathy but also good advice. Of course, she's not just an intellectual. Our super jockette still hasn't learned how to chew gum and dribble a basketball at the same time. Hey, Dean, are you still waiting for the track team to run to Atlanta? Do wrestlers really know all the moves? Well, Kath, you may have a great personality, but forget your memory. You never can remember the basketball plays or where you put your history book. Kathy never worries about her height because she knows it just leaves more to love. In the words of a fellow Trekkie, Live Long and Prosper. Tracie Rae Marlin l "They say l'm crazy, but I have a good time." When you hear the name Tracie Cwith an ieb, you think of a girl with a loud, obnoxious laugh. She can see the humor in anything and proves it with o laugh that is heard for miles. She is known for her craziness and her immature ways. lf you see a commotion, you can bet that dear Tracie causes it. Remember - immaturity is fun as long as it's accompanied by obnoxlousness. Tracie is also an understanding person who's always there to help. She spends 8096 of her time in her car making detaurs and the other 202, going to church. Why does she ga to church? Well, God does have a lot to do with it. Clhank Heavens! Ar! ArD Woman, we'll never forget you with your far-out and for-fetched tales about Friday nights in church parking lots doing the Heimlich maneuver on your cats. 58 Joselin Rogers Martin l "lf ir weren'r for the last minute, a lot of things wouldn't get done." Once upon a time, Joselin Cnor - contrary to popular belief - Johnston, Joshua, or Chip's little sister? was described as shy and retiring. We know it was the middle of the tenth grade, Jo, but what really happened? Was it meeting Gigi, getting your car, or moving to Northshore for a year? Regardless of the reasons, naw the sweet, innocent little child we once knew is the loud, demented rabbit making strange animal noises in the senior hall today. By day, Savrina always seems to be in the streak Conly 500 miles this week?D, heading toward Valleybrook to meet the Munchkin for a set of tennis and a Coke, but mostly Cbllnk, blink, look of innocencelb to erjoy the scenery Clifeguards, golfers, general personnel . . J, But by night, Ja is usually doing research, her specialty, by checking our blade cars of several classes. The result, Blrds of Red Bank, will have two special sections: chickens and Related Species and Varieties of the Firebird, Hey, sweet pea, don't drive too fast because your Prince Charming may be at the bottom of the hill waiting for someone to rescue him from the'dogs! Butba, rememberba Jobai keep waving, booping, and Baaa . . . Melanie Kay Massey "Man is the only animal that blushes, or needs to." Our own Mother Mel, who always seems to be taking core of someone else, is well-known for her Big Red hair, her loud mouth, her long conversations with Sam, and her constant lateness despite her driving at unrepeatable rates of speed, In her junior year, Melanie "broadened het horizons" and discovered Knoxville luaus, nice brothers, Baylor senior parties, Hotlanta Cthe beginning of corruption7, and Murfreesboro. Her 4:00 "date" to the Christal taught her a lesson about keeping curfews, This year she has become a lover of college parties, Alabama, and Talladega parties. Melanie's energy is always up - either at Baylor or just on the weekends, when she seldom misses any exciting action, on or off the field. Mel, we won't forget your knocks for forgetting your troubles and for staying out early, And, Melanie, we'll never ever forget how much a part of us you really are. 59 Joyce Elizoberh Moynord K . . For to me, to live is Christ, ond to die is goin." Philippians 1:21 Three yeors ogo, Joicey come bubbling into the sophomore holl, odding onother smiling foce to the closs of '8O. For the next two yeors she settled down ond become increoslngly serious, olthough she hos often surprised us with o streola of the sillies. Joice will breols record time if her mon is on the finish line. Joice, where do you get oll thot energy? Whot? You hoven't hod o dessert in three weeks! Joice is probobly the most misunderstood person in our closs: "Okay, theologion, whot do you think?" - "Yo'lI, I'm not reolly religious, I'm just living o normol Christion life ond no, I don't hove the Bible memorized." Yes, there have been mistolses ond shortcomings, but we know thot your greotesr desire is thot Christ is procloimed, ond in this you will rqoice. Potricio Lund Mills "Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stoyed on Thee: becouse he trusteth in Thee." lsoioh 26:8 Lundy is our only true long, roll, Texon who con olwoys be found drinking Dr. Pepper, eoting pound-bogs of M 6 M's, ond listening to only the best music. Although loving Tornodo weother, she con frequently be seen on her woy to the Doylor born to see Cochetl Lundy, never getting upset or worried, is olwoys oround to moke you lough, She's willing to listen ond is o great friend to trust. Speolsing of friends, whot obout oll those Iongdisronce colls 'til 2 A.M. or so ro oll of your "mole ocquointoncesu? But seriously, Lund, you hove mode oll our yeors ot GPS o joy. You hove been o Christion influence on mony of us ond we wont to soy thonls you just one lost time. So thonl-ss for your love, your time, ond your cheerful potience. We will reolly miss your concern. Keep on growing in His love. 60 Q! w ,li wi mf- nv l Charlotte Thomas Nloore i' i -+ "Happiness is a journey, not a destination." "Whot? Next period? l'll never finish: l'll fail!" Here comes Cemore, tearing down the hall with books rumbling. We've tried for years to calm her newes, but it's impossible. She's a typical Cancer. She also has a unique way with wards: "Look, pimento trees!" or "Have you seen Escape from San CIemente?" She's frequently spastic and susceptible to extreme depression or sheer ecstasy triggered by Olga jokes, pecan rwiris, backgammon, the Cars, Cardo Dashes, Williams, or Pink Floyd. Otherwise known as Chorlotto, Chase, or Puck, Charlotte has filled the pages of Nothing Books with stories of unwanted loves, unrequited loves, and last but not leost, fantasies ond dreams "l think he likes me! Do you think he might? i know he hotes me. I give up. He said what? Maybe rhere's hope!" To the most earthly and sensible girl we know: "W-h-oa-h Ci-m-b-ol" And remember: "Over the river and through the woods to Williams College we go!" Dy the way, how do those bomb nets work? Deidre LeAyne Moore "l realize now after all the hard times, And I know that we've had quite a few, Together forever wherever we are, l couldn't be me without you." We found her in the pages of Vogue and lost her with her nose in her books. She's original, dependable, agreeable, and laughable, and we couldn't hove had half as mudm fun without her. And yes, Old Hot Legs may be a little slow getting reody, but when she is . . . watch out, Billy, this girl is back Cogain??J. D-squared E the 1980 Class Clown, complete with outlandish, stylish, or preppie clothes, a mouth full of pearly white teeth, and a gorgeous pet squirrel named Herman C"lt's a gift from o friend of mine."J. DeeDee handles every bad situation with o simple, "Hey you, get off of my cloud!" And, DeeDee, with your positive attitude and ambition, you can stay on that cloud, and no one could possibly ruin it for you. 61 Pamela Lynn Mosier "lf a man does not know his port, no wind will be favorable." NVho's the girl that had it all, that roh-roh girl with the dark tan skin? lt's our Lynnifer, that bouncing tiger with a heart of blue. Lynn, enthusiastic and excited, is always jumping around about one thing or another. ls that caused by hyper pills, Lynn? Lynniford, do you recall by chance Nashville nights, Sanibel days, John Prine, cheerleading comp, cold coffee, dusty pots or long - firetrucks - Go Big Blue - everything is better in Knoxville. lf you get a chance, ask Lynn about her ability to date wrestlers. Lynn, believe it or not, is an avid game player especially at Monopoly, buying Sr. Charles' place. If ever looking for our Linsky, we can usually find het lying in the sun, talking, spending time with special friends, cheering, or sharing her sexy wink and cheerful smile. Lynn, we hope your lucky saint stays with you forever! By the way, do you think thot Carolina Blue will change to Tennessee Orange? Good luck Lynn, we're going to miss you. Doris Elizabeth Nail "l am Alpha and Omega the Beginning and the Ending of all things . . . who is who was and is coming again!" The Revelation 118 Doris is the girl with the jet black hair everyone envies. She can be found at school in the dance studio working hard on her Urun, run, leaps." When a golden flash is seen going down Hixon Pike, it is normally Doris on her way to church. Doris, why do you always talk about church? Doris also has a new hobby, She likes to skip over to the yacht club to "Sail On" Cwhich she has been known ro do or church, toob. She has a spedal offection for UTK ond Texas A E1 M. Her favorite town would probably be Houston if she had ever visited ir, and her favorite subdivision is Hidden Harbor. For Doris, weekends are made for Dig Boy Sandwiches. There are two things I can say, Doris, C13 you're original ond C25 we love yo! 62 ,,r 1 -ruff .45- l . i l V i ' if -Y quam Pamela Sue Parsons "Too many people who try to use the weekend to unwind, simply unravel." Pam is for sure our down-toearrh girl. She's a real Natural! She loves cowboys, blue jeans, and furry black cats. ln the 10th grade she gave up her jeans for Mrs. Morrison's charm course. Sorry, Mrs. Morrison, but her heart wasn't in it, One week of summer school, and the old Pam was back, This girl is so accident prone, she's a jinx to jinxesl Many are Pammy4Sue's breaks, sprains, and fractures. Pam still tries to fulPhil her dream of being graceful and coordinated. Clutz is also known for her great ability on the soccer "field" at senior parties. Pam is known for her longdlstance friends. "Hey, Pam, is this right?" "What ever suits you just tickles me plum to death." As you go through life, remember speed bumps are dangerous, and, Pammy Sue, don't forget that we wuv you! Susan Virginia Payne "Old days - good times I remember Fun days - filled with simple pleasures Gold days - days l'll always treasure." Sue P. is our resident blueeyed daisy who spreads sunshine and joy wherever she goes. Sue will laugh at anything from Mrs, Bugs Bunny Chow "asterical"7 to the Pope's death, She is also known as Charranooga's Goodwill Ambassador to Knoxville, Nashville, Cwhom can we find in Memphis?J and Dallas. Well, anyone who names her cat after Jimmy Buffet can't be all bad! Susan's brains have obviously gone ro her head since she expects to become the next world-renowned doctor of the century. But who would go to a doctor named Payne? We will warty about you, Sue, out in the cold, cruel world. But we'd like you to know that if anybody can warm it up, you can. And Sue, Mr. Phillips ls sort of adorable. 63 Nancy Lay Peacock "The only ones that don't make any mistakes are the ones that don't do anything." What's that shrill, shocking noise echoing the halls? Either it's the infamous laugh that will soon be patented and sold as a scare tactic for burglar alarms and rape prevention gadgets or it's the toomuch-to-dogoing-insane scream, both of which belong to our only freckled Peacock, CBeware: If freckles disappear, run, for an undescribable temper is surfacing? With her sharp wit, intelligent mind, and spastic craziness, Nan can send anyone into immediate fits of laughter. Pea still amazes us with her ability to take class notes and make them a piece of artwork at the same time. If not on one of her many starvation diets, our loony redhead is busy breaking her diet by eating fourteen desserts or a catfood sandwidw, whichever raises the most money. l-let other great adventures include planning an expedition with Liz, partying, winding down Elder Mtn. Road, busying herself at First Centenary, eating popcorn, jumping medians, and being in love. She erjoys air conditioners, Broadway plays, saying "Ralph", telling us about Daddy, and her telescope Cbut frustraringly enough the Baylor dorms get in the way!! We love our Nan! She's an original! Remember - friends are forever. Julia Catherine Platt f "The grand essentials in this life are something ro do, something to love, and something to hope for." Capper, alias Mather Platt, irst graced our halls in the 10th grade and things haven't calmed down since. Between birthday tomps to Braggs and rating McCallie acror's parts, Cathy has managed to stay busy. Always seen with Charlotta Moore, she screams the immortal, "Whoa Simba!" Don'r forget nights at the Walden dub with C.C. and C.M., weekend excursions, Kimball piano, snow bunnies, pecan twirls, and Cardo Bashes. Just think, Catrina, one day you'll be drawing only filled in hearts, we'll make it bods to Pawleys some day, Copper, and this time we'll be sure to fall into a fox hole, because there's no telling whom you might find in there. Never stop smiling! 64 Rebecca Ann Pratt "My business is not to remake myself, but to make the absolute best of what Gad made." Who would believe that sweet, gentle Bedsy could be so deceptive? Don't let her quiet ways fool you. If you're ever around when she gets into one of her silly moods, you'lI forget that 801 of the time she speaks in low lady-like tones. Nonetheless, you can always depend on Becky to lend a sympathetic and understanding ear. She is always willing to help her friends with their homework or just to make them laugh when they're down. Becky, you can always be counted on to make 106 on a test in which the highest possible grade is 100. Whether dressed as a little beat or as a brattish girl you are definitely at home on the GPS stage. And don't let your size get you down 'cuz everybody knows that good things come ln small packages! Marcie Dee Price "When you stop to think, don't forget to start again." Who's the only girl we know who has sparkling blue eyes, curly light-blond halt Conly het hair dresser knows about those beautiful locksb, and an air-brain? lt's out own Marci Price! She has uncontrollable cravings for pizza with onions and peppers, granola, and especially TABS! Marci is forever locking her keys in her car Cisn't it 5 times now?D at the most inopporrune times! Our back to nature girl is forever worrying about physical fitness, even if she is skin and bones. We know she has nothing to worry about, now if we can only convince het! We know you'lI go far in life if you just don't forget who you are or what you're supposed to be doing. Nor only is Marci the personilication of the "dumb blond" but also the personification of "blondes have more funl" Have fun in college, Marci. We couldn't have had a better friend, and we'll miss you. 65 Lenda Gay Reilly l if i.. I . l "Sometimes I wish l were a little girl again because broken dolls are easier to fix than broken hearts." Gay, otherwise known as Reillo, has the obility to have fun anywhere and to cheer up a friend who is down. She has come a long way from her escapades in the Draggin' Wagon to Peeleing out in the Mercedes. This girl can drink twenty Tabs a day if not more. No wonder she B called the Human Sponge. Reillo frequently burns up the basketball courts. One day as Gay was heading for the mountains, she was heard saying, "I tell you, if we weren't all crazy, we would go insane." Gay is rarely found in town because Carolina and Louisiana continuously pull her away. When she is, she does make a booming appearance - like the time she almost went booming over the side of Lookout in her father's Blazer. Don't forget Killer, Pompano, Deerfield runs, Ronny Dee, and Skipping ro run. Sally Walthour Robinson "All great women die young, I feel sick." Who's out ted-hot carrot-top who's famous for her lake parties and her love for Van-Jo? lt's Sally Daby. Sally had been known to visit Tellico Dam. Although she never got there, she did make it home Cin time for Spring Breakb. She ls found in rose gardens COh, excuse us, Sallylb and in the sand dunes in Florida Cl-low did you get those mosquito bites anyway?l Sally is very versatile. She is not only the masked captain of the water-balloon team but also a great lover of moonlight, pigs and tomatoes, and barking. Sally, you're a great friend who's always there when we need you. We'll miss you. Don't forget to clock out! We love you, kid, 66 , Deedra Lynn Samples "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart, and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct thy paths." Long brown hair, long fingernails, and long shapely legs - that's Deedral She ako has another feature which she is known by, a ring around her neck. You can look in her locker, her notebooks and anywhere else and you will see one word only - Jael She's Joe's girl all right!! She's ever willing to take risks, but sometimes is sorry! Church is her first choice of places to be. Of course, you can probably guess the second - Baylor! You think one of the reasons might have something to do with a name we mentioned before? Oh, we almost forgot, another very outstanding feature is Deedra's laugh. You may have already heard about this - if you get our meaning! There's a special different kind of glow about her, it must be the SONSHINE in her heart! Be good and take care! We love you lots! Judith Marian Shapiro Se "The blink of an eye in itself is nothingg but the eye that blinks, that is something." Who is the short, frizzy-haired, bow-legged creature dancing down the hall? lt's our own Judy Marie! Hey Jude, what Jewish church do you go ta? We all know Judith is the expert when it comes to spiders, her great love for them is evident when you see her having spastic attacks at the sight of one. Those of us going north to college next year look forward to many rendez-vous in Boston or New York, for who knows more about the Big Apple than Judith. Maybe someday you will even invite-us to New York's Lincoln Center for your debut with Baryshnikov. Hey, by the way, does your dad own the delicatessen? Characterized by her turtlelike slowness, Judith could not even get her write-up in on time! Bur give her long enough, she'll make it to graduation. And after that, Judith, just remember friends can last forever. 67 Noncy Louise Sherrill x, 1' .,. Y Q "Some people never go cozy, whot truly horrible lives they must lead." Who con be seen in the Senior Hcll jumping up ond down, going spostic, ond yelling or the top of her lungs? None other than Noncy. The "Most Obnoxious Lough ond Loud Voice Award" definitely goes to this lsiddo. Nonce, our little Africon jungle bunny, is o unique combinotion of energy ond o Brickhouse body, All those summers obrood ond oll those boys reolly gove Noncy A LOT of insight into foreign relotions. This disco queen con be seen boogieing down to the newest song, ond she is known for her love of Africon grisgris, big blue Mercedes, hunlfcs, her brother, ond running oround the trocls ot McCollie odmiring the scenery. We won't forget Dig Blue Country, tornodo men, "SCWACK", Drogg's Reservation, Doyous, Bononos, mistletoe, Joe borders, ond Wo Ton Yee Doris, just keep listening ond coting like you do. You're o greot friend ond don't forget thot we love you ond your crozy woys. Hey cutie, do you FEEL SANCTlFlED or do you feel like BUSTIN' LOOSE? Lori Ann Shoemolser "Lord, whot fools these mortols Lori loves the unusuol, ontiordinory things in life, like hoving o New Yeor's Eve Eve portyl When she's not modeling for Miller's or splurging ot Borgoin Mort, our 1980's Morlene Dietrich is speeding the Grobber-cor to the stoges of Doylor or McCollie to coptivote the oudience, especially the boys. Known for unique hoirstyles, fruit-yogurt mosterpieces, cool shodes, long- johns in o whirlpool, ond roy gun shots on Glee Club tour, Longlegs ergoys dondng in the streets Cond everywhere elsel. We know thot Lori is orristic, ot her first reol potty she mode quite on impression on Cloy! Since then, she hos kept her colendor fuller with o few Dyer situotions before finding her whirlpool romonce. Don't forget the flight to Tiftonio with Christine, the skirt dropping incident ot McCollie reheorsol, cofeterio pigouts, ond soul-spilling phone colls. Shoe never meons to stomp on onyonez she is forever there to help o friend out of o jom. Our semi-merit finolist with the huge heott will olwoys stond heod ond shoulders obove the rest of the crowd. 68 fs. " .42 x' ,w Margaret Susan Smalling "Whar sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to humanity." Margaret graced us with her presence in the ninth grade, and since she has l-cept us up-to dare an life in Jaspertown, She will be remembered for several things. She was the original Wild and Crazy woman, but she never has been able to "get small." Also Marg enjoys being obnoxious at the Krystal drivethru and driving-thru Baylor, Margie's infectious laughter is one of her major trademarla. She has such a super sense of humor that sometimes she has ro laugh at her own jokes! f"TruIy does thou speals?"7 No one seems to be able to understand Marg's unintelligible chapel announcements. She never can get them together. Dy the way, who's that hunk in your billfold? Margaret perfected her note-writing technique in her junior year. She still draws cartoons and throws paper at a friend in class. Have fun in Big Orange Country, but rry ro stay out of trouble. We love you, Margaret, and we'lI miss you. Susan Gay Stagmaier "A fool and his money are soon partying," To many of us, Susan resembles champagne - sparkling and bubbly. A humorous girl, Susan is known by all for her uncontrollable fits of laughter and her long line af boy "friends" She ls the only person we lsnow af who can stay home during spring break and still get a tan! Susan even got her picture in the paper for her study habits. She must melt when she gets wer because her mother never lets her out when it's raining. Susan lifts the spirits of those around her. What ever it is, Susan is one of the most motivated, energetic girls, who never complains and always smiles Cwhen she's nor squinting her eyeslb Dy the way, "Aren't you a Stagmaier?!" But don'r worry Susan, you're Tops an our list. 69 Caroline Frances Stone "Women are wiser than men because they know less and understand more." Caroline, better known as the "Brick House" with the big brown eyes, has the best bod in the Senior Classl Hey, Frances, we know you say "tissues" instead of "I4Ieenex", but do you say "reproducing" instead of "xeraxing"? One time when Rock went to one of the local hangouts, she called Chris just to tell him she finished 0 in 1O! Caroline is known for her Sainrly ways, and for forgiving friends far their mistakes - sometimes! She also seems to catch all the two-for-thepriceofonesales at the Sailmaker, where she has her own personal Dylan band! Caroline is known for spending some of her Chris-tmas vacation at the Pot House. Who else but Caroline carries a pencil pouch instead of a pocketboak and can't remember anything that happened more than one hour ago. Our retained flipper also answers every joke at lundw with "Peking" for she never understands the jokes. Remember, Caroline, it's more fun to "Laugh with the sinners than cry with the Saints - cause sinners are much more fun." Elizabeth Louise Strain 'Q "I know you believe you understand what you think l said, but I am not sure you realize that what you heard ls not what I meant." Elizabeth is a true individuallst, not a confarmist. She's well known for her interpretations at May Day practice where she plays the part of the killer ln the bad western, though her bandana is really filtering pollen. In seventh grade when someone told about getting her first kiss, she innocently asked in amazement, "You mean your mother never kissed you before?" Questions! Questlonsl Questions! That girl has asked a total of 54 different questions in one lunch periodl Well, Bessie doesn't need ta ask questions anymore, Time seems to fly on those college weekends, doesn't it, Elizabeth? No matter how weird your laugh is, we all love you and wish you the best at college. 70 XG Valerie Jan Sutton "lf one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live a life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours." Jon came to us in the tenth grade, soon inhetiting two of the reddest things which always have White around them. One was her red Fiat. In it she buzzed around finding "Robert loves Jan" painted on the highway by Leonardo Da Vinci-White. The other was the Red spirit she had when cheering for Baylor. Our little Miss Fashion Plate dresses in the latest styles from New York, but her voice gives her away as o Chattanooga belle, With her great personality and looks to match, Jan will go a lang way, we're sure. If not, she will elope with her sidekick or she might just go on a cruise to the Virgin Islands and find some handsome blue eyes. Wherever you go next year, Jan, remember to walk softly in your genuine Gatlinburg moccasins. Barbie Denise Taylor X.- "A happy person greets each hour as if it were a gaily wrapped birthday gift," Our class was especially blessed with out own All-American Barbie Doll. She has contributed her academic, athletic, and extracurricular activities, making her the Queen of Versatility. But tell us Barb, who is your King? Barbie runs around the halls, either on her way to a Student Council meeting or headed for the gym Cl'm gonna learn to jumplb She is known for her neverending diets Cone piece of lettuce and a bacon bit? and wild midnight pigouts. During her sophomore year at Pompano, Barbie became a true Phllanthtopist, but by the next spring break C-upb, she had changed her philosophy of life. Barb spends her summers life- guarding Cor is lt guard-watching?7 and hopelessly trying to tan her fredsled face. But seriously, Barbie, we'll never forget your easygolng ways, numerous abilities, and especially your warm, friendly smile. 71 Tina Anne Terrell 'He never said there'd only be sunshine!He never said rhere'd be no rain!He only promised a heart full of singing 'bout the very things that once brought pain," What is that bright light? Con you turn it down a little? Oh, it's Tino, rather Tina's hair. You can yell at Tina for as long as you want and get no response, but just yell "Red" and it doesn't talse a minute. We really do love your hair, "Red" Of course, if it weren't far her red hair you might not find her anyway! Just call her Teenie Weenie! Another thing in the line up of great things about her is her wonderful personality. An ever ready smile and a warm "Hil" are two assets of her personality. lf she's ever needed and can't be found with Lisa or Deedra, you might try the First Baptist Church in the Golden Gateway. Well, Red, we wish you the best of everything! Love ya lots! Lindsay Gay Tuclser "Only left-handed people are in their right minds." Linds, Linds, Linds - what would we do without you? We'd probably lie, cheat, and steal. As Honor Council president, Lindsay is honorable, thoughtful, and responsible. Well, enough of the bull, Everyone wondered at the beginning of her senior year why Lindsay was always so happy. Perhaps the twinkle in her eyes is due to her long visit to California. As a counselor at a tennis camp, Lindsay's final score was 2-love! Who has a joke for every occasion? Lindsay, of course! Her wir has brightened many dull days at GPS since her enn'y as a sophomore, By the way, we loved your chapel talk, but for some reason we couldn'r hear it very well. You must learn to speak up! During the past three years, if our lovable Lindsay has ever seemed the least bit irritable, it's probably that her halo was on too right. 72 Linda Sue Vieth "I have held many things in my hands and lost rhem all, But whatever I have placed in God's hands, that I still possess." Linda, Suenelda, and Linda Sue has a gentle and quiet spirit that can be heard from anywhere on campus. Linda is often seen cheering for the Big Dlue and even goes so far as to ride to the games in a Blue jeep! Sear-iously, Linda, Ckoebucklyb, What devotion! CWaakal Waakalb Linda is one of the most sincere people you will ever meet. She often gives some of her honest advice and opinions. She always hears what there is to be heard but never ever utters a word. Linda probably has stored in her mind more secrets than anyone, though this may be hard to believe since she is not known for her soft voice, Het bubbly, outgoing personality is a reflection of her faith in God. Mildred White Wells "You don't know what you've got 'nll it's gone." Mildred is known to us as the Date Queen of the South. We always thought we had her flattened out, but now she has blossomed into something really Stout. Memz can be seen at Craven's House, rolling down hills at Covenant, taking showers, or found simply missing in Pompano. "Now girls, where is Mimi?" Her frequent trips to Atlanta, UTI4, Vandy, and Pompano keep her up all hours of the night, but she somehow manages to drive home the next morning. Hey, Wells, whatever happened ra your Big Blue spirit, or did a Red heart steal you away? Mimi's got her Hancocked at Vandy. Wherever you go don't forget that "We're older now." 73 Ann Tyler Woodworth ll l 5 il F xi, fi v L- x E.: ' "A ship is safe in harbaur, but thar's not what ships are built for." Annie, our class' sophisticated bland, goes to many Chattanooga parties, horse shows and slseet meers usually with a Tab in her hand or an R.C. by her side. Alias Space Cadet is found either driving her "Pinto" - oh, sorry, Woody, we mean Bobcat - up Lookout Mountain, or at Baylor with her favorite village Prince. Ann started her career as an older woman very early in life CHow old were you in Sarasota, spring break, '77J, but she moved on to become a very mature Pompano woman, We'll never forget your infamous parties or your escapade to Tellico Dam. We're gonna miss yo, honey: your understanding of men, your ability to lose everything, your advice in many areas, and most of all your love of fun. You're a dassic friend and we love ya. Don't forget us or your car keys. Katherine Rowan Woody "There is only one danger I find in life - you take too many precautions." That's right - ROWANI R-O-W-A-N. "Yau know like Rowan and Mortinl" The name Rowan is as unique as the person behind it. Spending one-fourth of her time in hair curlers and the other three-fourths in Casual Corner, Rowan is our own glamour girl. She darts around Riverview in her red Alpha Romeo, but she spends most of her time in the foreign car garage in Callegedale, Rowan made her smashing debut in the tenth grade when she was the first In our class to have a wreck. Also in the tenth grade, Rowan began to ralse an ' interest in her appearance and so did the wrestlers! Rowan dashes up Signal Mountain to visit Luke "secretly", stopping at Mountain Pizza for free food. She is newly but best Isnawn as "Our Gucci Girl" - really, S90 for a billfold? Rowan, you will always remain "The Sunshine of Out Lives." 74 Wiwir.. NN ., 'ff Mary lvens Wright . I I I A .-Av pl ,ii l , 1 x , 7' 1 D "A penny for your thoughts." Mary, put that camera dawn! Yes, this can be heard often when our little picture editor is around. Mary is our swift and graceful runner who has glided into all hearts to stay. She is a real winner when ir comes to athletics, always leading the bunch. But Mary, you go around the track, not up into the stands after the handsome guy on the third row! Those slender legs have also given modeling a lsicls. You realize that she is-the romantic type when she goes to see her favorite beau at Reflection Riding! Mary is the one person we have never seen upset. She is the type who will always sticls to her guns and never let anything get her down. She is continually letting her light shine. Mary, keep that smile and your special ways of cheering us all. We love ya! Jennifer Jane Yendell if "The thing that goes the farthest towards making life worthwhile!That costs the least and does the most, is just a pleasant smile. Dig brown eyes, darls brown hair, cute fredsles, and a sweet smile are some of the traits of our adorable little friend Jenny. She may be small, but she has the energy of twenty people. You can usually see her racing at the Privateer Yacht Club with Jody on the weelsends. Bur, Jen, aren't you supposed to keep the boat from capsizing during a race? lr must be that northern accent that attracts all the guys, but she doesn't let them go to her head. She is always willing to help any of her friends. She'll listen to all of their problems and then she will give good advice. Jen, we have loved your smiles and friendliness throughout your years at GPS. Wherever you go, Jen, you will win everyone's heart with those beautiful brown eyes! 75 l 's sir 'N I If ' " "1 -'2:- , In ETP NU J! 4 +14 fZ""r.3 x fl 'f ,.. V31 i 3, iff 1 il -L N lg .ui 1 W. I' r "- ' X Q ,4 :far- 1 W? gs SGCVG-Ycxry K Hg' Anno Hlll .ss ,- Q I -f -5' '14 i Class Of 1981 Carney r 121 W 41151 I 4,-,. K 3 K X gas? , 'avr' I .LINK Porricia Davies Cowen Dunbar Karen Deierhoi Dersy Ellis Myro Creighton Helen Crumbliss Ann Crisman Cheryl Culp Regina Daniel Alisha Das . ,-sb, ., ...-i.. pn... ,Q 'll s. P fe- 'rj Sally Evans Sally Ewing Carol Farrar Bern Fosrer Maggie Frazier Junior Closs Laura Geofniser Ginger Govan Suzanne Greene T' -1, ? G ng , Julie Hailey Lee Harris Susan Harvey Hilron Hallock Karhy Horrison Michele Hoyes 5? fe" Anira Hill Lou Ann Hindmon Ann Hodge Allison Hollond Susan Hosrerler Carla Jenkins Morda Holley Porricio Hurcheson Rhonda Kimzey 78 Closs Cf 1981 Meg Kwosnik Corol Lowrence Elleonore Lowwill oo! L . -F4H'lU!Y'1 Yfy Meg McColl , '14 kk all , Suzanne Mcflhorron 419 Ie-en McGregor Jomi Mossoud Porricio Morrhews Elizoberh Michoel Foy Monroe Srephonie Mosier Morkhom Elizoberh Morrhews Julie Merriom Junior Class ie, ' I Karie O'Deil Keren Parker Mary Parren Kimberly Parton Stephanie Perree 80 i7 if if Jennifer Scorr Michelle Serodino Sheila Shaierr i Closs Of 1981 ' ' 5 ILQ in ,..,.,- f' .. 1 6 ' , qf' . 41 Srreer Judy Toylor Morio Terrell Lyn Trorrer Belvely Wearhers Elizoberh Wright Summirr Morrho Taylor Elizoberh Terry Lindo Trundle Elizabeth Williams Trocey Wrighr Melonie Thomas Korhy Worson Peggy Wood Noriko Yorobe 'i Mory xg. 'E-1 1 . - ,if 'I Q' 5 Q' -Q ' A A v. :,, ik ,Uh at 4 X L X Qbixk " . I '. Xi ..-F if ll! g Tmsh Pryor - i'!1'.. sl x x "IK 4, .. W J., .7 ,I tw des' ii .!. .. 1 Af-r ual' s 'fu' N2 .Y 375 Closs Cf 1982 l Drinnon Ellen Exum Mory Ann Fesmire Duvolsin Rosonne Former Mory Fisher eid Lindo Fehn Sherri Fleck Chrisry Georhiser Nicki Genovese Lorie Greene Mory Berheny Hole Cheryl Hefley Cindy Hillis April Hum Morrho Holr Berh Johnsron Andreno Hughley Pom Koro J! Elizabeth Lowe Noncy McCarty Betsy Mollonee Tomoro Minges N , xx-M' Toliy Rhodes Dono Rogers Korhy Rollesron Class Gi 1982 Schoner Mary Scorr Sowell Margarer Srrahley Schonhoff Kary Spurlack Julie Taylor maker Cindy Srone Shan Taylor or -4 fy' Liso Tracy Camilla Von Hallen Lee Ann Wallser Allison Wamp Cheryl Warkins Elizabeth Webb Kiffen Williams Mary Williams Ginny Wilson ' ,V We ik. ,xiii J il xx 9. n !.v,,! N ,A Rf' 2 , I 'Q e I Y 1 - 1 - -,iff . A r ' t if 1. . 9A 41,3 , ' 41.9 . . W- , rx f P v 1. ' ,!L,, 4 ' ff-f' 'N , . ., , " " ' 'fig' 2- H. F , 23 ,J I, g, I,-...:L:. an I Q if S' ' J fx I ff? ff "lic 4 . ,- . Y ' I yng ff! 'E' -.bali -xi' -1 . ,, 47 -J I ' .Tu . Y , I 8. C, I V 4, -I j V S Arif! :Q , .,-fL.X'y Qfw V X wx 'ni' - " 1 F. 'fl I " f - 'f VF. ' ' ,yuxj , . Xpxf ,,l"' - , . ' ",ag, ?w gf I f, h .X '-fx!-f, '- N j . g . X , I 1 ,A - ,.3x . , ,f ,QI X 'Q-V Vg A ' ' 'A 1' X' . ' ' X. I x. ' 1' ' y, J". 'V 3 -f W- f .1 1 - y . L 65 1 '. , Y- V-IQ, 13" .X Lwkg X. 1,15 YI, ' . .X .4 - ,. A . 11.5 . , af.. ,- x,,v. -, k , . , - ,A , ' XX.,-if Ai, ,H ff? . 98.0 ,I 'A, iw Sqtrerory Presmw' xlfxt. 'I ' - '. . 4. ' Meg Douldm - Tredidfgra-5 Presidenr - f J- rj' -P' x I ' 'WAV' 4 IL N 41. ,fs i K -as-' - A V ik 5 , '-A . . N 3 LF, 1' 557' 5. 5 ifiw Class Of 1983 Anne Eluzoberh Dooley Leno Dosserr x 1 Ia f , . Ginny Donold Julie Downey Julle Epstein Allyson Feogons The Freshmen Closs i ,..A 1 Morgor Feinruch Jennifer Fisher Louro Ford Morlo Gilley Nicole Glomb Lauren Goldsrein Renae Guess Elizoberh Guthrie Closs of 1983 -iw 'T' un Hudlow Noncy Jackson ro Hurcheson Ellen Kelley Anne Irwin Suson Kelly 1 1 .. l "- 'H Fo Q 'EV ,1 A134-l.qfmi,..:.e ,me fizfrf'-.. ,N , i Cornele Kersey Koren Klein Mary Morgorer Lowwill Ellen McDonold Tino Loclsey Sondra Leinorr Terry Mdunkin Juoniro Lone Alice McCorrhy Allison Miller V s Q "Q s f X "' '16 Freshman Closs Jennifer Nicol Ashley Norris Amy North Jockle O'Keefe Debbie Pork l Julie Porron Monique Pouley Angelo Porrero Liso Reynolds Kathleen Reynolds Class of 1988 I 'gf nf' 'EL' homoker Andreo Smirh Llz Smlrh Slnor Dersy Smlrh Robin Sorrow Anne Elizoberh Te-er Core Tinkler Noncy Vincenr Julie Wolloce Louro Worl-:ln Susan Welnhold Lisa Wheeler Soroh Williams Ellen Wood Drommi Wrlghr i "Ns it Qi-6' 115' ,il 5' A2 2, 2 is tour: f :X si Q gill' ,.. Eignrh Grocle 'I X 'f Debbie Abercrombie Amy Albrighr 92 Q , i I , 'x , K I Josie Aiisczgo Berh Allen 65 M Trocy Anderson Medo Appleton cr: " i 1 i 4 i Nancy Boch Berh Boucom Rebecca Denron Julio Boker Lisa Denron Julie Berrs Closs of 1984 lll ' 'll rf- , Q-7 ,. ss' ., ,L I 1 J' 1 xy' 6 GQ I if C. Booz Eroll Bowles Allyson Bowrnon Donna Bowmon Courrney Brewer Polly Broolss Carol Brown ici W l n ,, XA, lu XA. I x - q 'xx N I , N3 -l, Anno Buchner Julie Corher Cissy Burris Courtney Cochran Lucy Corpenrer Blokeslee Colquirr 'I all Amy Cox Krisren Curry Jennifer Dovis Eighth Grade il 1 l Elisaberh Donnovin Cheri Dyer Lori Frazier Heather Drucker Hannah Franklin Louise Freeman Linda Duvoisin Jane Frazier Lisa Garland J R' l .,, l . l L v , Nancy Garrorr Derh Gill Jane Gray 'adv' f 1 v 3 -0 Adrienne Greer Linda Hosrerler Vickie Hammell Jennifer Howe Christine Horrzell Leslie Huffoker Closs of 1984 gl X , 1 l i l , 4 f 1 .. , , k 4 4 15? l I Allison Levi Beth McCorley Srephonie Lipworrh Por McCleskey Holly Lyndw Morgorer McGraw I PM I: ff' 11.3 .f 2 -V N N N ' x iv 1 - Y, L 11 Susan Morsh Mory Mossoud Melanie Mercer ly Hursr Louro Jenkins Joneone Lomberr Isley Troci Johnsron Beverly Lone ,..--f- i Joy Ashley King Corol Lawrence Elghrh Grode 7' Y-rf' , 1 -R Y i l ,Ll ,bi .E ew .r E ,lil "gg, M Jennifer Mills Corolyn Mirchell Karen Mosier DeAnn Myers Debbie Nelson Krisry Olson Lynne Pierce Porricio Porrick Dlono Prosl-cievicz Kory Pory Pom Pressman 96 A , 1 Ffllxlniir -1 r ' V V r ,r X X ,J 1 l 'T' -F1 Loili Rodpour Heorher Reynolds Shoy Richards w '4-7-w ,X --I Trocy Rose Robln Roy Trocy Rurledge X . X Lourie Schreeder Chrlsrie Seogle Sherri Shelby Susan Sirron Dono Spangler ai Closs of 198-4 .J wrolsely Sreel Sreele w Sreffner ' Srernberg , g s 3 -if, I wa-.qv-Q .. II r Nelson Sudderfh Berh Ann Vodnols Sher: Worlsuns Alhson Winer Srocey Younr ' 14 L 1 , E .plz 'f-z ag ,I-55" ,vi '5 ,.,4,.n 4 x ,Q- 'YT 'Q-J y- r, ' V ' n. . - x, , ,f,s , .' ,IU . A- - ,.: -q , I N Jf'Q,a . Nm. f .- V 4 W.,-:V-ng, - ,. -rf- " 'Tyr V ., v . -.,. 'ff A -A -.,x v, V . ' " ' ' if ' - ff I - at P1 Wx , v-J. at X I -4 A- . HP' a 'I ' ' W' In 1, 7- 4 - '-5 Z1 , ,X , ' 44' . A , -.JIIK '-,' Q' ' V . ' L x L- -fl -- 'fin 1 'Q L' . .-wxfw ' ' 'wmv' M 1 , f J ' ff 'X.15'.S5'-vu I ,1 f,',...H '-,xx . 3 L, .1-I: 4 - "Af Y' ' 5 ' 4 , M pf- f , 0 -I I . . ,,- .., ,. ' -' 'O x T ' 'J-s -gtg.. - - .- . . I 1 4 ,An 1 an I 4 ,N 4- I . . ' .l . f.. ,-V .. -g, 4 . .- r - I . . ..l..' .. nr. N.-,x S 'u kr. -.-,,- X W, fslirbl 1 N, . vm., -f . 1 . 1 v rf ' - aff ' I I " ' Nm-'IL , Q , l 'Ig " , u 'V' .lj , K x ' I 9 ,v 'l, ' I l u l , P l un" u E' xnu, ' x , . -. ,A 1 1 Q rl- u A ,J A - ' 'xx ' A. :Ai n ' ,' 6' Q V X f -' --'jffz ' 'Mini gl .' ' 'N , N . ,.-3 1. - .-' Q T, l -V. :r ' . , 51 Q ,- sf" , -n - - 1 - " . - . '. " 1 'Mgbg Cqrgis .. ,f-.ff.:.f,. 'jj s me DZ:xfhrYjJf- . .lenmifer Qtqrjx - 14, J A '. Slecnerciryj jg -1 ', I ' , ' "Prgsideryq, . TVGCTSSJVGI ' ' A . lx . I . , . , . . , . ", - -'D' ..., l'- 1. V' 'Vi . . ' , - - Hn 1 -4' 'sf 4 ., I. 1 fy ij I- JL lf, 1 .g .41 iii 5 x 1 V., ,. -sd' 57 - - x --r A ss . 'R fi' .1 ,KY x 7 I. Closs of 1985 ar Clorls y Cox an Crewe ls Curris 3 Doniel lil!! ' I- ffm ll, SI I f- l JOVTWO DOVHVWQ Kim Eornhorr Chappell Fowler Mory Goodson Morie Grlffirh MOVY I-Qlofld DOVQVWPOV' Jennle Horr Forbeg Amy Gillespie Porri Green Diono Guess Louro Dovls loner Dolan Anne Dwyer Seyenrh Grade V,- Rhondo Guess Korhy Guliclf De-rh Hervey Korey Hinch Ellen Hirsch 100 A "5 ' Emily Hodges Tino Holley 'F , 4 . 5: ,- V A..- 'Y Ginger Holly Morion House-ol I I ll r "A. A N' V . f 1 l uf, V, an ' LIC 55? wiainffl Ig 4, -.5 -fe Ginger Huclsobo Lori Johnson Keren Kelley Korhryn Kersey Groce Kim 1' Class af 1985 QL ls Kim ra Kleinsrub 1 Landress lfer Lewis elle Lewis l. 5 f Carhy Maclellan Michele McDougal Mary McGee Lisa Mercado Lisa Milburn Laura Millard Leslie Nance Malone Mills Lynerre Nipp Melanie Moyer Amy O'Drien -4.4-IL l 1 1'-5 'Phi Q' ,N f " 4. -.7-1 i, Ann-Margarer Ochs Mary Helen Ozburn Michele Parlser Louise Parren Danielle Pido Suzanne Plauche 102 Sevenrli Grade lr Melissa Powell Nicelle Price Sracy Prince Renee Reirer Lawren Richards Melinda Smirh Mariquira Solis-Ocana Angie Sourherland 4-5 I V 1 A f"L"i"fffl'ir '- a-, ,.,-Q-,Ay kvfir. 1:-Q1ae,u.n.j Class af 1985 Jill Srakely Viclsl Srrahley Joelle Terrell an E7 1 xl ld-, I Q1 21 gf " 1 ,Mu L, ggi ' : 'A L -E1 A H ' 'V 'M ff if " e W' D' 11' Q V U .. '3 xt " Hsu Sl' X 1 x - , V A M Jennifer Tremelling Laura Trivers Rebecca Veirh Barbara Wade Jamie Wallace Amy Wearhers Rosie Weaihers Wendy Whlre Laura Williams Kathleen Wilson Pr - Lorrl Wilson Melissa Woodall Ellen Yarnell Paige York Y' 33 Sit 'il-I H 11-.f xxx ldflh slifik r I ,Q 'iz-21 X ,K -v ,,.4 ff23'5 "7 rv, -AJ iw. I .., vt-r ul .L an 4 AEW ,113 W-X - 'W w wa if 2, T? fn S9 px! Ngu Z Z r Q - 5' THE BIRDS FA LL -e ' - ':1.. --5 ,..,,- if If ? Yqgii , 5 x 'Q' ' ,P-:. 'x 'Q f' X55-a.1n',:'L?. .defy 4 M3 r .L 1V.A1uQ.A --Bw l-ff is ' 1 IQ li - 1.- ' W e ' f I i. ' ' ff 1 QADLHEVIOMV hge. .. ef - : 'la ' ' lin 'A vi X. X N 3.223 'mul af' XL f X WY",-f .46-. Afrer spending numerous hours slaying over sracks of paper, preparing Iayours, drawing arrwork and wriring copy, rhe Annual Baard's mulri-rolenred members managed ra publish rhe glorious crearian or which you are loalsing. Having adapred rhe mario, "Well do ir romorrawf' rhe Board, under rhe loving pressure of Miss Smirh, consisrenrly complered rhe required number of pages rhe day before each deadline. Creorive, efficienr, dependable, and beauriful, rhese girls presenr ro you rheir accounr of a classic year and rhe collecrian of memories from rhe pasr decade. "! A,-,V ' gl --Y ,wi ' """'V "?1 Q, if gf 0 if xg P Sviuiut L :-ruff WSEJE 'Q ' uno The Perl-Wellsin is porpourri of poerry, prose, ond orrworls pur rogerher by choice of rhe sroff. The conrriburions ore mode by rhe srudenrs ond foculry, The purpose of rhis lirerory mogozine is ro provide on ourler for rhe creorive wrlrers ond orrisrs in line school ond ro provoke rhoughrs in rhe reoders. Sponsor: Mrs. Coclse, Ediror: Pom Porsons, Co-ediror: Coroline Corney, Arr Edlror: Ann Freels, Members: Alison Crewe, Alisho Dos, Volerie Dodson, Lorie Greene, Korey I-iinch, Emily Hodges, Morrho Holr, Marion Houseol, Susie Kim, Jennifer Legg, Sondra Moore, Louro Poyne, Derh Roorls, Cornillo Von Hollen, Cheryl Worlsins. Q , Liso Avery, Lyn Avery, J. Borlser, K. Drown, L. Burlsholrer, A. Connon, C. Corney, K. Cobb, C, Cooper, R. Croven, C. Cureron, R. Doniel, A. Dos, J. Dovis, T. Dovies, K. Deierhol, C. Dunbor, Glee Club 'S 223' A. Duvoisin, B. Ellis, A. Evons, S. Flecls, M. Frozier, A. Freels, J. Goffner, S. Gounr, V. Gronrhom, L. Greene, L. l-lorris, S. l-lorvey, A. l-lill, A. Hollond, M. Holley, M. Holr, S. l-louseol, D. Isbell, M. Jones, MM. Jones, M.A. Koiser, K. Kemp, R. Kimzey, H. King, J. Legg, J. Morrin, J. Mossoud, L. Mornews, T. Mornews, S. Mclilnorron, L. Mills, T. Minges, C. Moore, L. Mosier, S. Mosier, L. O'Neol, M. Porren, L. Poyne, N. Peococla, M.A. Pedigo, C. Plorr, D. Prorr, 5. Prorr, T. Pryor, J. Roglond, J. Rolsron, D. Reynolds, K. Rollesron, MJ. Rose, D. Samples, F. Scnoner, S. Shollerr, J. Shopiro, N. Sherrill, L. Snoemolxer, Luci Snoemolser, M. Smolling, L. Smirn, R. Srill, Coroline Srone, Cindy Srone, E. Srroin, S. Toylor, T. Terrell, M. Terrell, M. Thomas, L Trundle L. Vierlrw, A. Womp, P. Wood, E. Wriglwr, N. Yorobe. Sponsor: Mrs. Ann Greene Q A 1' 131 gi T4 .gli 5-Qij . Lili? F li .. ,Ulm :Y Y, '.'ii ,, . if-1 T " , ar K ,gg .r A - , 9 ff I8 S3 xl J' "' if 'x x X '- ll ..1 Q' f r i. I X l l, Q xiii ' H f Rf J X 3, Q , " X l m l rl V I -.I 1 srl' J lll li ' I' D X N If Modrigols ll '31 fi v 1 , , .JL .4"'hn i Sponsor. Mrs. Greene, Members: L. Avery, J. Borlser, K. Drown, K, Cobb, C. Cooper, R. Croven, C. Cuteton, Ps. Doniel, J, Dovis, P. Dovies, D. Ellis, A, Evons, A. Freels, S. Gounr, V, Gronthom, L. Harris, A. Hill, A. Hollond, D. Isbell M,M, Jones, K. Kemp, R. Kimzey H, King, J, Mossoud, T. Morhevvs, S. McEllhotton, L. Mills, 5. Mosier, M. Potten, MJ, Rose, S. Shollett, N. Sherrill, L. Shoemaker, L, Smith R. Still, C. Stone, L. Veith, P, Wood. The Modrigols ore o select group of GPS singers chosen by oudition for their quolity. They spend three hours o week practicing ond give presenrotions for the school ond vorious orgonizotions in the community. I J' X J' Ministrels The glee club for the eighth and ninth grades is colled the Minstrels, The girls must audition, bur as many members as possible are accepted. They generally present three programs a year: fall, Christmas, and early spring. Members: D. Abercrombie, A. Albright, J, Alisago, B. Allen, S. Allen, M. Appleton, N. Bach, B. Baucom, E. Beatty, J. Betts, W. Brandenburg, M. Boatwright, C. Boaz, E. Bowles, A. Bowman, D. Bowman, C. Brewer, P, Brooks, C. Brown, A. Buchner, K. Burns, C. Burris, E. Campbell, C. Carroll, L. Casey, A. Cox, M. Curtis, M.A. Curtis, J. Davis, L. Dickson, G. Donald, A.E. Dooley, H. Drucker, L, Duvaisin, C. Dyer, H. Franklin, S. Earnheart, T. Evans, A. Feagans, M, Feintuch, J. Fisher, L. Ford, J. Frazier, L. Frazier, 5. Friedman, L. Freeman, H. Friersan, L. Garland, N. Garrott, R. Garrott, B. Gill, N. Glamb, A. Greer, E. Guthrie, E. Hallock, V. Hammel, C. Headrick, J. Howe, M. Howell, S. Hudlow, K. Isley, D. Jay, E. Kelley, S. Kelly, A. King, K. Klein, J. Lambert, J. Lane, C. Lawrence, S, Leinart, S. Lipworth, H. Lynch, B. McCarley, A. McCarthy, E. McDonald, M. McGraw, M. Massoud, M. Mercer, A. Miller, J. Minke, C. Mitchell, K. Mosier, J. Nicol, A, Norris, K. Olsen, D. Park, P. Patrick, J. Patton, L. Pierce, A. Partera, D Proskievicz, P. Pressman, L. Radpaur, H. Reynolds, S, Richards, K. Robb, T. Rose, R. Roy, K. Ruffner, L. Schreeder, R. Seat, S. Sitton, L. Smith, R. Sorrow, K. Stakely, M. Steel, C. Sternbergh, AE. Teer, J. Wallace, B.A. Wosdin, L. Watkin, S, Watkins, S. Weinhold, L. Wheeler, T. Willingham, E. Wood. Sponsor: Mrs. Jean Hanlin. ff X i ., V: -le, I it 1 I , X -my 4- 59 'Nl' '.1Clv- j .iv-Q. 'J vi Mini-Singers The glee club for rhe Sevenrh Grode is coiled rhe Mini-Singers. Membership is open ro oll, ond srudenrs ore encouroged ro porricipore. They presenr rhree progroms o yeor. Members: A. Adcocls, K. Ashley, C. Dodocour, M. Bennerr, C. Bloine, L. Bohn, J. Bowen, K. Brock, C. Durns, E. Cosey, N, Cenrer, J. Clorls, S. Clorls, T. Cox, A. Crewe, M. Curris, E. Doniell, J. Dorling, M. Dovenporr, J. Dolon, A. Dwyer, K. Eornhorr, J. Forbes, C. Fowler, A. Gillespie, M. Griffith, D. Guess, R. Guess, K. Gulicla, E. Horvey, K. Hinch, E. Hirsch, G. Holley, T. Holley, M. Houseol, G. l-luclsobo, L. Johnson, K. Kelly, K. Kersey, G. Kim, J. Kim, S. Kleinsrub, 5. Londress, J. Lewis, M. Lewis, C. Moclellon, M. McGee, M. McDougol, L. Mercodo, L. Milbom, L. Millord, M, Mills, M. Moyer, L. Nipp, A.M. Ochs, M.H. Osburn, M. Porker, A. O'Drien, L, Porren, D. Pido, 5. Plouche, M. Powell, N. Price, S. Price, R. Reirer, L. Richords, R. Rooch, M.C. Robinson, L, Segler, S. Simmons, M. Smirh, M. Solis-Ocono, A. Sourherlond, J. Srolsely, V, Srrohley, J. Terrell, J, Tremelling, L. Trivers, R. Vierh, DL. Wode, J. Wolloce, A. Weorhers, Ps. Weorhers, W. Whire, L. Willioms, L. Wislon, K. Wilson, 1 M. Woodoll, E. Yornell, P. Yorl-x. Sponsor: Mrs. Jeon Honlin. f' 'rv UK l ng. 3' .g igfggf Y 5 2 4 . ill' ! ,A .l- 8,3 .hr - Rik.. ' 'LY' -1 n 'VL ' 4. '- i i - "ra '-1 ' '-. KA - , SQ".-H '14 f 113 Terpsichord is an organizarion for girls who are inreresred in advanced modern dance, Membership is given by audition, and the girls perform born in me communiry and our of rown. They parricipare in o sacred dance program in me foll, a spring concerr, and the May Day Fesrival. Afrer spending numerous hours in pracrice, rhe girls are rewarded by rheir experience in creative dance, modern dance techniques, and improvisation. Direcror: Mrs. Peggy E. Thomas, Presidenri Mary Hampron, Business Manager: Keren Parker, Members: Summer Berrs, Julia Dralse, Kelly Harless, Lori Eischeid, Doris Nail, Miriam Beasley, Srephanie Drown, Sally Evans, Karie O'Dell, Srephanie Perree, Mary Telford lloberrs, Sharon Splawn, Lorie Srreer, Tracey Wrighr, Jill Eischeid, Mary B. Hale, Susan Longley, Lisa Tracy. .-. A Terpsichord I - Tf"'lmL, A i 114 3' ll Q. . A .U X f e .limi Q .L n A It 3 X! Senior Donce Cluo ' 1 EBT? l l 5, . M as ig' lg!! 'II .F ,FP D 1 mr Ax Donce Club is mode up of girls from rhe 10th, llrh, ond 12rh grodes who ore inreresred in creorive donce ond wish ro porricipore in Moy Doy. C 2 E. Anderson, L. Denron, D. Desr, H Brewer, K, Clernenrs, M Drinnon, M. Fisher, L. Georlwiser, S. I-losrerler, C. Jenl-zins, B. Johnsron, P. Koro, G. Key, M, McColl , L. Schonholf, li. Spurlocls, M. Srrohley, E. Terry, D. Weorhers, G. Wilson, L. Morlsnom. Sponsor: Peggy E. Tlwomos. Ninrn Grooe Donce Cluo l W ' N fill 3 v ' ,gl as A xl "Y-f Grode Donce Club meers rwice weekly ro procrice modern donce ond ro experience rmprovisorion. The-y perform clurlng rhe Moy Doy nr ers. S. Ausrin, W. Drondenburg, D. Ducl-:bee-, E Compbell, G. Donold, T. A Feogons, N. Glomb, N Joclsson, S. Kelly, I4 Kleln, J. Lone, A McCorrhy, ef onold, J. Mlnclxe, J. Nicol, A Norms, D Pork, J Polron, I4 Reynolds, L lds, R. Seor, R. Sorrow, AE Teer, C Tlnlsler, N Vincenr, .I Wolloce. r: Peggy E. Thomos bv , . ,-Lg.. A- 'AYF-1 ll Eighth Grade Dance Club , Qi- ' ,-Q' ff fl , Q1 Eighrh Grade Dance: J. Alisogo, T. Anderson, J. Dolser, D. Baucom L Durron J Derrs C Brewer C Cochran D Colquirr K Curry J Davis E Donnovan C Frazier, D. Gill, L. Huffalser, D. Joy, A. King, S. Lipworrh, H. Lynch M Mercer C Mirchell S Richards 5 Shelby K Srolsely M Steel I3 Sreele J Sreffner B Phaiagraphy Club The Phorography Club is open ro all who wish ro parrlcipare. The club reaches rhe rechniques necessary for developing and prinring borh blocls and whlre and color film, also for exploring rhe more difficulr phases of phorography. Members: A. Ballard, S. Goins, W. Kelley, M. Wright, Sponsor: Mr. Lane. 'D D 'K ,E ll if l :X TWT .-1. 116 4 ,gg--Y.' Robin Hood And I-its Merry Men ,,L , -----1- - --- ff , tr- - 15 . ,,-1 E lg? ,, A-Q-AM-W-. e 'ut' .obin Hood Club is a group of elected representatives who ore responsible for leading their classes in a school-wide fund-raising week, The classes compete to see one can raise the most money for various charities, This year the goal was 52500, over 55,800 was raised. The club distributes the money among several local es, also providing money for an annual GPS Student Council project, Thanksgiving baskets for the needy. The fall drive was a mqor success not so much for the ,Hood Club as for the numerous organizations which will benefit from the donations. lent - Laura Cameron, Senior representative - Vicki Grantham, Junior representarive - Maggie Frazier, Sophomore representative - Tamara Minges, Freshman senrarive - Caroline Caull-tins, Brh grade representative - Adrienne Greer, 7th grade representarive - Beth Harvey: Sponsor - Mrs. Minnicls fo F l ,,1,Xx Senior Thearer Arrs .2 QC, lei 'lil ,ix if Senior Thearer Arrs combines members of rhe renrh, elevenrh, and rwelfrh grades. They presenr three major programs a year You Can't Take It With You was rhis year's fall producrion. A group of one acr plays was presenred in February, and a rhree acr play was presenred in April. The club also conrribured ro rhe May Day Fesrival. Members have an opporruniry ro perform before an audience and ro learn rhe rechnical aspecrs of rhe rhearer. Sponsors: Mrs. James E. l-lirr and Mrs. EG, Grems, Members: A. Aderholr, C. Akin, L. Avery, M. Bryan, D. Calderazzo, H. Campbell, C. Carney - secretary, C. Cooper - vice-presiclenr, A. Das, A. Duvoisin, E. Exum, B. Fosrer, J. Fox, S. Gaunr, N. Genovese, G. Govan, L. Greene, H. Hallock, S. Harvey, A. Hughley, A. l-lurrr, D. Isbell, R. Jones, M,A. Kaiser, G. Key, S. Kim, T. Marlin, P. Marhevvs, T. Minges, C. Moore, K. O'Dell, M. Parren, N. ' Peacock, S. Perree, C. l?larr - presidenr, D. Prarr - rreosurer, L. Shoemaker, Luci Shoemalser, K. Spurlocls, C. Srone, C. Von l-lollen, C. - Warlsins, M, Williams. 7-8-9 Theater Arts Clubs 1' -X 's! cr? 'Q sn J X .Sak fn 0 XGA? .N Freshman Theater Arts provides on opportunity for members to participate in all aspects of drama. A minimum of two performances is presented a year. One play is presented at the Freshman Dinner and one as a part of the Fine Arts Festival on May Day. Sponsors: Mary Stewart Smith and Frances Wheeler, Members: S. Austin, C. Bahner, S. Bonnard, M. Bouldin, W. Brandenburg, C, Carroll, L. Casey, M.A. Curtis, C. Davidson, P. Davis, L. Dickson, G. Donald, L. Dossetr, J. Epstein, T Evans, M. Feintuch, L. Fort, R, Gorrott, N. Glomb, E. Guthrie, E. Hallocls, C. Headricls, D.A. lrvin, S. Kelly, C. Kersey, K. Klein, J. Lane, S. Leinhart, A. McCarthy, E. McDonald, T. Mclunlsin, J. Nicol, A. Norris, J. O'Keefe, D. Parlr, A. Partera, A. Smith, B. Smith, R. Sorrow, C. Tinlsler, L. Wheeler, E. Wood. 8th grade Theater Arts - Sponsor: Mrs. Good, A. Albright, J. Betts, D. Bowman, C. Burris, C. Cochran, A. Cox, L. Duvoisin, H. Franklin, J. Frazier, L. Garland, B. Gill, C, Hortzell, J. Howe, D. Joy, T. Johnston, H. Lynch, B. McCarley, S. Marsh, M. Massoud, C. Mitchell, K. Masier, D.A. Myers, L. Pierce, D. Praslsieviecz, T. Rose, R. Roy, T. Rutledge, C. Seogle, S. Shelby, K. Stalsely, M. Steel, L. Stophel, BA. Vadnais, T. Willingham, K. Yium. 7th grade Theater Arts - Sponsor: Mrs. Dobson, Members: K. Ashley, C. Badacour, M. Bennett, C. Blaine, L. Bohn, C. Burns, N. Center, S. Claris, T. Cox, A, Crewe, M. Curtis, E. Daniell, J. Darling, M. Davenport, L. Davis, J. Dolan, A. Dwyer K. Earnhort, J. Forbes, M. Goodson, P. Green, M. Griffith, K. Gulicls, K. Hinch, E. Hirsch, T. Holley, M. Houseal, L. Johnson K. Kelly, K. Kersey, G. Kim, S. Kleinstub, J. Lewis, M. Lewis, C. Moclellon, M. McGee, M. McDougal, L. Mercado, L. Milburn, M. Mills, L. Nipp, L. Nance, A. O'Brien, A.M. Ochs, M. Ozburn, L. Patten, M. Powell, N. Price, R. Reiter, B. Roark, M. Robinson, L. Segler, S. Simmons, M. Solis-Ocana, A. Southerland, J. Stalsely, V. Strahley, J. Terrell, L. Trivers, B. Vieth, J. Wallace, A. Weathers, R. Weathers, W. White, L. Wilson, K. Wilson, E. Yarnell, P. York. i Junior Achievemenr rg -or L. ' f, ' X it JA P" ss. xiii-. "' gr' 'm. -3' ggfkw Junior Achievemenr prepares high school srudenrs for rhe business world. Each member learns business basic and responsibiliries. Members: Hilary Campbell, Margor Feinruch, Rurhie Garror, Susie Kim, Julie Taylor, Sarah Williams, Ellen Woad, Drammi Wrighrg Officers: Summer Derrs, Deborah Drown, Elizaberh Drown, Chris Burris, Valerie Dodson, Joselyn Marrin, and Jennifer Yendell. Advisor: Mrs. Thursron The Library Club is a service club wirhour which rhe library could nor funcrion. Taslss are varied and daily. Aside from rheir usefulness, rhe girls gain slsills in using our own library which help rhem ro use orher library and use ir effecrively. Members: D. Abercrombie, S. Banks, B. Daucom, M. Bayless, E. Bearry, C. Boaz, S. Bonnard, A. Buchner Calderazzo, M.A. Curris, C. Davidson, M, Drinnon, M.A. Fesmire, N. Garrarr, L. Gearhiser, D. Gill, M. Cuilley Greer, D. Jay, S, Kim, A. King, C. Lawrence, S. Lipworrh, M. Massoud, A. Norris, P. Parricls, J. Parton, K. Pary, C. llaulsron, H. Reynolds, L. Schreeder, C. Seagle, S. Sirron, A. Smirh, M. Sreel, M.S. Sowell, N. Sudderrh, J. Taylor, L. Tucker, C. Von Hollen, A. Winer, K. Yium. Sponsor: Mrs. Derry Odom. Library Club 120 i Music Librarians The music librarians assisr rhe Music Deparrrnenr in numerous ways: Filing, arranging slide presenrarions, and organizing rhe music library. A Members A. Aderholr, M. Bayless, S. Gaunr, J. Marrin, L Marhews, S. Prarr, B. Reynolds, K. Rollesron, L. Smirh, C. Warlsins. Mu Alpha Thera Mu Alpha Thera is a narional honorary marhemarics sociery. Members: Presidenrz H. Hallock, Vice-Presidenr. L. Burlshalrer, Secrerary. L. Trundle, Treasurer: A. Hodge, L. Smirh, A. Evans, R. Kimzey, A. Crisman, A. Hill, R. Srill, S. Harvey, T. Marlin, S. Bryanr, S. Greene, E. Lawvvill, L. Summirr, K. Parker, M. Terrell, J, Rowland, T. Wrighr, G, Key, M. Williams, L. Avery, I4. Spurlocls, P. Kara, L. Shoemaker, B. Ellis, K. Deierhai, R. Daniel C. Jenlsins, H. King, J. Legg, M. McCall, N. McCarry, T. Minges, S. Prarr, D. Wearhers, S. Gaunr, A. Das, L. Greene E. Anderson, S. Brown, J. Eischeid, L. Payne, M. Drinnon, M. Fisher, M. Thomas, T. Marrhews, L. Marrhews, S. Mosier, L. Eischeid, L. Tracy, M. Thomas, S. Serodino, M.A. Pedigo, MM. Jones 121 H L1 1 Arr League 3 .4 .AX 90: 1 , -1- 7.- 'n Elghrh Grade Membersi A. Albrighr, B. Allen, N. Bach, J. Berrs, M. Doorwrighr, C. Boaz - Presidenr, C. Burris, L. Carpenrer, J. Davis, H. Franklin, L. Freeman, N. Garrorr, A. Greer, B. Gill, J. Howe, K. lsley, S. Marsh, M. Massoud, P. McClesky, 5. Richards, T. Rose, T. Rurledge, S. Shelby, S. Sirron, J. Stone, L. Srophel, B.A. Vadnais, S. Warkins, K. Yium, S. Younr. Sponsor: Mrs. Harwell Sevenrh Grade Members. A. Adcock, C. Blaine, L. Bohn, J. Bowen, C. Burns, N. Cenrer, J. Clark, S. Clark, A. Crewe, M. Curris, E. Daniel, J. Darling, K. Earnharr, J. Forbes, C. Fowler, A. Gillespie, M. Goodson, K. Gulick, D. Guess, D. Harvey, K. Hlnch, E. Hirsch, E. Hodges, G. Holly, M. Houseal, G. Huckabo, L. Johnson, K. Kersey, J. Kim, G. Kim, S. Klelnsrub, S. Lanclress, C. Maclellan, M. McDougal, L. Mercado, M. Moyer, L. Nipp, A.M. Ochs, N. Price, S. Prince, M. Powell, R. Reirer, L. Richards, R. Roach, D. Raark, L. Segler, L. Trivers, D. Vierh, B. Wade, J. Wallace, A. Weorhers, R. Wearhers, L. Williams, K. Wilson, E. Yarnell, P. York. Sponsor: Mrs. Harwell 122 C? T if-1 I' 5 ,pq 'N 5. Nazi The members of rhe Arr Leagues assisr rhe Arr Deparrmenr by organizing arr exhibirs, making props for extracurricular painring backdrops for plays, and moinraining boorhs and exhibirs on May Day. They also work on club arr ww l i 2 ' ' V :fl - X vw- NN, I N Ecology Club P""q Hi ' A 1 ' x -in '- T L il 5 ,ix X . l sill - nf lu' . r Q . -3, 4 A--uh1.8'. it l X 1,gJ,,,, N, J L F ' lg I' 1 L . x vi-.gig gl I - - l J X. 4..,l A . . rd ' B' guilt M 59 -- L, . -- ' I L31--'A - I I' 'ffl V' ' .. 4 . K U-L1 'x Q' . '11 , f.' ' X' . J' I X' fl 55,46 'xc - ' If , -, ' Y ' Mtg" .-5.-' ,, Q 59:154- 4' '?'f5l'1"d. J,-'J Y. .' ' Ml 'A' i'n5,'5! . .-vw 7 t ' NW The Ecology Club provides an opporrunlry ro pur inro pracrice some of the ecological conceprs learned in biology classes. The members recycle wosre paper from rhe school rooms and sell porred planrs ar Chrisrmas and May Day. The money from rhese prqecrs is used ro buy equipmenr for the science labs. Members: C. Alsin, S. Ausrin, S. Banks, M. Beasley, D. Desr, S. Bonnard, M. Douldin, W. Brandenburg, M. Bryan, E. Campbell, l-l. Campbell, L. Clark, K. Clemenrs, l-l. Crumbliss, C. Davidson, A. Duvoisin, J. Eischeid, S. Evans, E. Exum, M. Feinruch, M. Fisher, H. Frierson, C. Gearhiser, L. Gearhiser, N. Genovese, M. Gilley, R. Guess, C. Headricls, C. Hefley, C. Hillis, M, Holr, T. Hurcheson, S. Kelly, C. Kersey, L. Klein, M. Kwosnils, J. Lane, 5, Longley, N. McCarty, T. Minges, L. Moore, K. Orrley, D. Parls, J. Ragland, C. Raulsron, D. Reynolds, T. Rhodes, K. Rollesron, L. Sawyer, L. Schonhoff, H. Sinor, L. Smirh, R. Sorrow, M.5. Sowell, C. Srone, J. Taylor, AE. Teer, C, Tinlsler, L. Tracy, L. Trorrer, J. Wallace, A. Wamp, K. Warson, S. Williams, T, Wright. Sponsor: Mrs. Vredeveld. French Clubs .,-,N . f, 'sf ' l x Q bmw iff- . - i .nr 4 K 11----1--v-1 . sz I, 'ls ' . X' UMM I fr - -ee I - " ,AL 3: .lf ...f . The purpose of rhe French clubs is ro learn abour French culrure and ro enjoy special culrural acriviries relored ro rradirional French holidays. Members: S. Allen, C. Bahner, K. Burns, S. Eornhorr, M. Gilley, 5. Kelly, K, Klein, J. Lane, E. McDonald, A. Miller, A. Norris, D. Paris, L. Reynolds, L. Shoemaker, T. Shoernalser, l-l. Sinor, K. Spurlocls, J. Taylor, J. Wallace, B. Wrighr. Officers: S. Kelly M Presidenr, T. Shomalser - Vice-presidenr, J. Wallace - Secrerary-rreosurer. ' Sponsor: Mrs. Curris. Members: S. Gounr - Presldenr, A. Woodwarrh - Vicevpresidenr, M.J. Forr - Secrerary, M, Wrighr - Treosurer, S, Derrs, D. Drown, L. Brown, S. Dryanr, L. Durlshalrer, C. Cooper, A. Crismon, C. Culp, C. Cureron, R. Daniel, K. Deierhoi, L. Eischeid, C. Farror, J. Fox, V. Granrhom, M. l-lampron, A, l-lill, A. l-lolland, M. Holley, 5. l-losrerler, S. I-louseal, C. Jenlsins, Pi. Kirnzey, l-l. King, T. King, W. Kosanovich, M. Kwosnils, J. Massoud, T. Marhews, J. Maynard, C. Moore, S. Prarr, MJ. Rose, J. Rowland, D. Samples, J Shapiro, S. Splown, L. Surnrnir, K. Warson, P. Wood, A. Woodworrh, E. Wrighr, M. Wrighr, J. Yendell. Sponsor: Mrs. Currls, The purpose of rhe Spanish clubs is ro learn abour rhe culrure, food, and songs of Spanish speaking counrries. L' riiifglfi ll, Ill, IV Members: A. Baird, K. Baker, A. Dallord, D. Besr, S. Brown, K. Durkhalrer, H. Crumbliss, M. Drinnon, S. Ewing, L. Fehn, M. Frazier, S. Goins, H. Hallock, S. Harvey, M. E. Lawwlll, L. Markham, M. McCall, K McGregor, J. Merriam, S. Mosier, K. Parker, P. Parsons, N. Peacock, J. Ragland, S. Reynolds, S. Robinson, 14. Rollesron, J. Scarf, 5. M.S. Sowell, J. Srephenson, M. Srrahley, J. Taylor, T. Terrell, L.A Walker, D: Wearhers, G. Wilson, T. Wrighr. Sponsor: Mrs. Sabarer f. lMembers. W Brandenburg, D. Buckbee, P. Davis Dickson, L. Dosserr, J. Downey, N. Drinnon, J. Epsrein, J S Friedman, H. Friersan, R. Guess, C. l-layrnare, C n, C. Mersey, T. Lackey, J. Legg, J. Nicol, A. Norrh, J fron, M. Pauley, K. Reynolds, L. Sawyer, R. Sear, L. irh, R. Sorrow, Sponsor: Mrs. Anronio Piccolo. D. Hlghrshue, L. Hurcheson, D.A. Irwin, N. Jack- ll 5 ' rg , K 1- J ., ir 'R I ,J ld? li Li iw 1 -:V E xr i I I ,P - A -To +15 EE g is 1 Sorsavori, o crearive wriring club, analyzes rhe wriring of irs members. The members presenr rheir work ro on audience which encouroges and gives consrrucrive criricism ro the speoliers. Members: Camilla Von Hollen - Presidenr, Wendy Kosanovich - Vice-presidenr, Ginger Govon, Alison Aderholr - Secrerory, Susan Bohner - Treasurer, Morrho Taylor, Kim Porren, Cheryl Culp, Porricia Morhews, Valerie Dodson, Ann Crismon, Pom Parsons, Myra Creighron, Sponsor: Mrs. Coclse. QWSEJII , ooo. 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Johnson, C Lowrence, 5, Longley, F. Monroe, B. Toylor, Monogers. M, Ledberrer, J. Drolxe, 5 Robinson, J. Yendell COOCJW: Mrs Thomos Junior Vorsiry Volleyooll -of .QA ll S25 I I 1 X 1 ' 3 ' 3 QTL SITY VOLLEYBALL - J. Boker, L. Clorls, T. Evons, E. Hallock, L. Huffoker, DA. Irwin, T. Johnsron, T, A. North, M. Pauley, T. Rurledge, J. Sreffner, Monogersf E. Kelley, A, Levi, C. Lawrence, Cooch: x .f'!4' -' . 7,3 'fin sl .A ., .v'n' I-A"""r 'T' ..L.. vw? J..H1cr -1-'N--L-f-I-1-1-r ..L.. , 6 1-' w X733 .1 . ,I l'L. LJ. ,.1.,,. Y E 455 I ' fi- 2 , ,.. I 2--nv .l- N. ' un f Xfb fig. J' -. ,Q YH ig lr, an Q Y, 5 1, Y I x :ia " ,', BX 'F a ,E S 'G f? r, ik ' Vs' . Y' v. af' 'fc' - rv., 1. . - '-T-FFF' C . f , -V 1-'V-' . ' 'wi f' -- . uf--L.,, , - - SEVENTH GRADE DASKEFDALL - Coach: Dr. Hughes, Scorelseeperf Groce Kim, Mohogerf Corol Bums, Assisrohr Coaches: Lindsey Tucker ond Milse Lone, Ployersf Keren Ashley, Corol Blaine, Korhy Gulicla, Michelle Lewis, Beth lloorle, Kim Eorhhorr, Corhy Mocleilon, Karen Kelly, Ellen Hirsch, Sholor Clorls, Eleho Doniel, Morion Houseol, Louro Segler, Koreh Ashley, Berh Horvey, Liso Mercodo. Slseer Club Slseer Teom - Cooches: Mr. Shrum ond Mrs. Cooper, Members: Polly Brooks, Elizoberh Drown, Louise Brown, Allison Hollond, Wendy Kosonovich, Meg Kwosnils Pom Koro, Carol Lowrence, Mory Porron, Coroline Srone, Korhy Worson, Anne Woodworrh. ,,-O if L I' O S S P rf' -... xf ,F 1.9 2 Q 3'4'f94u. I ., 'vs l I' l. 4 ,'l ' I ' , ' ., -M' "' l . "'-5, ' cm U ri I' G O FTW CROSS COUNTRY - Cooclm Mr, Phillips, Runners: S. Dryonr - coproin, L. Ge-orhiser, M, Kwosnils, L. Summirr, L. Trundle - morwoger, MA. Fesmire, C. Georhiser, B. Duclsbee, K, Reynolds, S. Williams, J. Mills, C. Bodocour. 134 3 . '51 . i,,., ww lip ,.,1 an 'kv Coach: Mr. Phillips, Mrs. Hickerson, Miss Scruggs Members: Virginia Ann Cafer, Susan Dryanf, Kelly Dalser, Chrisry Gearhiser, Laura Gearhiser, Karen Deierhoi, Anne Duvoisin, Anira Hill, Meg Kwasnils, Lee Ann Walker, Tish Pryor, Karhy McCallie, Marci Price, Caroline Srone, Elizabeth Williams, Julie Merriam, Mary Williams, Julie Hailey. -' 3 3991 1 ..'7'f '53 Vorsiry Tennis Team - Coach. Mrs. Ade. Members. A. Boilord, K. Brown, J. Davis, E. Donnovin, J. Downey MA. Fesmire, L. Goldsrein, E. Lowvvill, M,M. Lowwill, M. Mercer, L. Reynokis, D, Toylor, L. Tucker. ',,'.3A,.--- '.J- . ,,:...,. H 4 -.. 0 - 71- ,. ,s , 'r-z,.r.q-,V'lf-4.4-..-x--1. V. 4-rr ., J 'N . . -.f-4 W., fw,,n,, . x ,- Em-?1x.,,s:gH,5f.,-'fi 'ge' -1,5 . d -. - - J, , ,. ,hz -V A . 136 -gf . , hs- :fa 1 4 X - L' 'LJ if ' .W , -f . g V 1 .T-.. . gx X I x -I dr-KQV J I ,ff fy ,F f ' I 1 X . I f x' ,. I SW E 7 3 ca JI 1"..a ,' J I f 1 " 1+ -2-J! x 1 2-uf: 'I --. , I if-, '--1.5! If , x N , Tiff : fQ'i'r??f" f 1" 'f'..f5. -Y 'Z' 'k Y- . -H .-YJ. . ' 4.1.1513 AA tg X Us my H . '-m'f:f1iiJ 4.. f rf , ,- F- ,V 1 M. V , 4 , " if y -I Wm., 3 ' W ifrwfli , -:if -1 v 1 , , 13 H W 1 1 . x W JJ. Iii -'53 Varsiry Cheerleaders The Vorsiry Cheerleaders represenr GPS ar o summer cheerleading camp sponsored by rhe Narionol Cheerleading Assaciarion. Their main dury during rhe school year is ro cheer or varsiry sporrs evenrs, parricularly volleyball and baslserball games. They show support for and pride in our varsiry reams. Vorsiry Cheerleaders: Karen Deierhoi, Cowen Dunbar, Viclsi Granrham, Susan Harvey, Marcia Holley, Suzanne Mclilharran, Laura Payne, Susan Payne - head cheerleader, Talley Rhodes, Sponsor: Mrs. Schimpf Tw 9 y -Agn-, W "2 -........c.-,,. .... , - - "" A My 4-R Junior Vorsiry Cneerleoders Junior Vorsiry Cheerleodersz Suzy Allen, Jennifer Dovis, Ginny Donold, Lindo Duvoisin, Berh Gill, Bern McCorly, Mory Mossoud, Koy Srokely, Milou Sreel, Leslie Srophel, Noncy Vincenr, Sponsor: Mrs. Wheeler. VARSITY VOLLEYBALL GPS vs. Score Sewanee 8-15, 15-11, 15-6 Tyner 15-2, 15-7 Howard 11-15, 15-10, 1614 Brainerd 15-11, 18-9 Tyner 15-8, 8-15, 15-12 Easr Ridge 15-8, 15-9 Bradley 15-18, 15-6 Ciry 15-6, 15-0 Loolxour Valley 15-6, 15-11 Boyd Buchanan 15-9, 156 Norre Dame 15-11, 156 Riverside 15-5, 15-8 Easr Ridge 15-11, 15-10 Easr Ridge 15-10, 15-1 Howard 1-15, 15-9, 12-5 Kirlfmon 13-11, 15-6 Bradshaw 15-6, 15-5 Loolsour Valley 8-15, 15-7, 15-4 Howard 15-7, 17-15 Saddy Daisy 16-10, 16-14 Sewanee 15-8, 16-14 Franklin Caunry 15-8, 15-9 Boyd Buchanan 15-4, 15-2 Bradley 15-11, 15-10 Kirlsman 15-6, 14-11 Oolrewah 15-9, 15-5 Hixsan 11-15, 15-10, 15-2 Cenrrai 1511, 15-11 B TEAM VOLLEYBALL GPS vs. Scare Easr Ridge 15-6, 15-12 Bradley 15-4, 15-4 Easr Ridge 15-2, 16-14 Soddy Daisy 15-5, 15-6 Oolrewah 15- , 15- JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL GPS vs. Score Oolrewah 16-14, 15-4 Easr Ridge 15-8, 15-11, 15-12 Saddy Daisy 15-0, 15-9 Tyner 15-8, 15-6, 15-8 Oolrewah CROSS COUNTRY GPS vs. GPS Easr Ridge, 24 Nashville Overron Brainerd, Ciry 16 Red Bank, Easr Ridge, 19 Saddy-Daisy, Cleveland Red Bank, Easr Ridge, 17 Oolrewah Ciry-Counry Championship Region Championship Srare Championship OTTS Winner GPS GPS GPS Brainerd GPS Easr Ridge Bradley GPS GPS GPS GPS GPS Easr Ridge GPS Howard Kirlsmon Bradshaw Loolsour Valley Howard GPS GPS GPS GPS GPS Kirlsman GPS GPS GPS Winner GPS Bradley GPS GPS GPS Winner Oolrewah Easr Ridge GPS GPS Oolrewah Opponenr 86, 89 38, 46 32, 31, 56, 88 29, 02, 48 GPS placed 1sr GPS placed 'lsr GPS placed 1sr Scores '79-'80 GPS vs, GPS Ciry O4 Walker 71 Brainerd 04 Hixson 29 Kirl-:man 07 Rassville 47 Harperh Hall 42 Norre Dame 47 Harperh Hall 37 Easr Ridge 59 Webb 45 Howard 38 Tyner 56 Rassville 40 Hixson 07 Brainerd 30 Ciry 29 Kirlsman 40 Howard 44 Tyner 41 Easr Ridge 56 Disrricr Tournamenr ar UTC - Howard, Brainerd, Ciry 60, 05, 42 Region Tournamenr ar UTC - McMinn Counry 48 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL GPS vs. GPS Opponenr Airon Paris 41 05 Ciry 30 01 Cenrral 41 24 Easr Ridge 43 86 Tyner 24 48 Saddy-Daisy SO 05 Harperh Hall 84 08 Narre Dame 59 01 Harperh Hall 22 27 Ciry 27 45 Tyner 44 48 Norre Dome 38 16 Saddy-Daisy 48 36 Easr Ridge 07 06 SEVENTH GRADE BASKETBALL GPS vs. GPS Opponenr Easr Ridge 10 48 JB Brown C52 18 Saddy-Daisy 22 83 Oolrewah 28 30 Lakeview 08 25 Cleveland 1 O Trewirr 21 34 Oolrewah 10 25 Ringgold 22 10 Cleveland 22 34 J B Brown 23 10 Saddy-Daisy 12 22 Ringgold 21 18 Trewirr 10 41 Junior Varsiry Tennis Team Tryaurs Opponenr 37 24 49 38 58 40 29 34 46 51 27 60 39 29 29 48 36 55 41 013 51 44, 50, 09 52 nas. 1.33, Athletic Association na af' members of the Athletic Association are vorsiry letter from grades 8-12 who are responsible for assisting in athletic organizations and for planning activities, There is executive council made up of one representative from t the varsity sports, officers are elected from this council il members: Suzanne Green - volleyball, Kathy McCallie baslserball, Elleanore Lawwill - tennis, Julie Johnson - lf, Glynn Key - rracls, Laura Georhiser - cross country, aberh Brown - slseet, Officers- President - K, McCallie, Secretary - G Key, Treasurer - E. Drown. Golf Team Y.: fy, Y X 1, I , in- Q b I 44 1 i Y Coach: Mrs. Roulston. Putters: Carol Blaine, Connie Booz, Nita Drinnon, Anne Evans, Valerie Dodson, Julie Johnson Som Mosier, Nelson Sudderrh, Stacey Yount, Beth Ann Vadnais Team Caprains YJ ln, y 12m grade Delra - Omega K I K fy. 1979-1980 Team Caprains Mary Wrighr - Peggy Klaasse Sigma - Kelly l-iarless Thera - Susan Sragmaier llrh grade Delra - Derh Foster Omega - Carol Farrar Sigma - Tracey Wrighr Theta - Maggie Frazier 1Orh grade Delia - Susan Longley Omega - Karie Spurlocls Sigma - Lisa Tracy Theta - Karen Orley 142 9rh grade Delra - Omega Sigma - Theta - Brh grade Delia - Omega l3ecl4y Buclabee - Tislw Shomalser Margaret Austin Curris Drammi Wrignr Leslie I-laffalser - Carol Lawrence Sigma - Karen Mosier Thera - Julie Derrs 7rlw grade Delro - Omega Angie Sournerland - Jill Sralsely Sigma - Leslie Nance Thera - Carol Blaine 1 I T x N .HL . -J , P 5. 1-1' Wi.. " - 1 iff Jw . Fi, yi S X 'I' ,f 5 ,mix uf. 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L Alu 151. jay L .4 VY,Lgg.V Lui: L-ia Ihrromurol Boslserboll 1. Doh'r worryg he'II coll you ronighr! 2. Dorff hold me back! 3. A Bcslxerbolllllll 4. "I wonho hold your hohdf' 5. The Jolly Omego Gionr 44 -10 ISE !,- - :rf f, Pi'-9 ,' ' 1-I , d X ,if i fiv-X 1, ,A .-4-1 , vr. ,nw 14.1. VW 2 v ik 12.1. J ' V, 24 S H , ,L . v A .,'. I , .ll I ff 142, 1 -L1 W I 4 An 1 ' W Lf X Cor Roi Doy l ! V , 4 -. fi' Y-., Fr 1. Why me? 2. The Masses S. A real hairfraiser 4. l'rn cleoning my oven! 5. l'll make you an offer you con'r . refuse. Ax . 6. "Tiajuana Taxi" f ' g W i N Q 7. Cross-your-heorr 24-hour supporr, 1, Y B, Chicken of rhe seo! 'f' ' O. Winnie-rhe-Pooh doesn'r Isnow ,' ' 'Ji whor ro do. -- - x, 10. Doy! Do l have plans for her - 'Q Hey, Heh! 11, Seeing double! 148 12. Roller Boogie! .FII "Talk To The Animals" The I-Ioun Cf I-larhawa I-louse Members of Sevenrh Grade Thearer Arrs Club presenred a ploy in rhe GMR ro enrerrain rheir parenrs and orher srudenrs. The play, The Haunting of Hathaway House. was performed during on ocriviry period. Forher-Doughrer Bonguer and N 3 LI, I ,F 1 sk is ' "3 sm ff 'li 'Xi Y' The Forher-Daughter Donquer combined rhe spirir of Volenrine's Doy and Forher's Doy rhis yeor os rhe eighrh groders enrerroined ond showed oppreciorion for rheir forhers. The girls prepored dinner for their forhers ond served lr from elobororely decorored boxes. Following dinner, rhe girls enrerroined rheir fcirhers in rhe GMR. In rhe show, rhe eighrh groders compared rheir forhers' childhood wirh their own ond concluded rhe evening wirh rhe rrodirionol singing of 'Ler Me Coll You Sweerheorrf' A freshman presenrarion and a dinner were rhe highlighrs of rhe 1979-1980 Freshman Night. Members of rhe ninrh grade and rheir parenrs became acquainted over a delecrabie meal served in rhe cafereria. Afrer rhe meal, rhe Freshman Thearer Arrs Club, assisred by the Ninrh Grade Dance and Glee Clubs, presented a production of The Once and Future Frog. Freshman Night was o delighrful success, and everyone ergoyed rhe opparruniry ro meer orhers, --C Q2fff'f59'52f'QQ.L in?-f1r'. ' ' . F. -- -T 3 rv 1 1-24441:-if 'F -f- fxfri, .4wG,wix'511 Q- ' .31:-v-Psinenr i 21-fsle-gr,-2-sf'31 r.'r?uaa.' .F -4- ,r, , K Q, ,. -. w:iqli'f33:bQtSilf5zir' -- ' 1 .A - - :ff'9?'5'f "1T'l5'555' . V F L: ."3!S',f"" ffif . - -' , - ' fe - 1" . .,,f. r 5 9. P ' If ' . g, 25 '.. I ' G 4 ,, .pupffg ,- fy,-' ,f ' - f 'uf f rg-1.11,-:,rf-ti, ,V . 1 ef .5 " ' X' 'QQ " JJ" + 2 , A ' ' ' 5 ' 3,4- 'njf iff'-Q 'r' ' Q ,, .,...,f. ,. ,. , , , V , nil Lily- .- .- .-55.4 " . f"'N LiEis-. '7" ' ' ' F' 3 1-Q: F F ,,.. . me l' - "" ' ,M 2 f , Sgr? , X 1 , lie. "-f , N.-af F' s Freshman Nighr ,-. I XXQQ ir Sophomore Night Sophomore Nighr is on occosion when the sophomores enrerroin their porents ond provide rhemseives with on opportunity to get better ocquointed with orhers. This yeor Sophomore Night wos held up! The sophomores presented o ploy of o robbery in which Nicki Genovese "stole" the show. Severoi members from the Closs of 1981 porricipcired in onorher ptesentorion by the sophomore members of Terpsichord ond Glee Club. The entertaining evening ended with refreshments, ..,v,, 'Qu N x ' N Spognerri Supper 1. "You con only hove 2 colses . . . Now l meon ir, Sondyl" 2. "Kelly runs wirn rne morure crowd." 8. "Meer rne Donosl" 4. "I wish all my doves rurned our like rnlsf' 5 "l'm procricing my winls for lorer use!" 6. "Jenny, did you leove Crores behind?" tri' 155 f ,, . rw, KW N . r, , X Y-,, 6 Spogherri Supper - Homecoming King 1 Nervous is why. 2 A Sh Il" 'S-'TY I w, uc as. 3 'Oh boy! I'm rolking ro JIMDO KINGH I f .h it 1' I' 3 , 3' :ELI , -L E' F3 5.4, Junior Nighr P Junior Nighr is olwoys on exciring nighr for rhe elevenrh grode. They receive rheir firsr college prepororory rolls, given rhis yeor by Mr. Zucker, Direcror of Admissions or Tulone Universiry, ond rhey ore oclvised ooour college occepronce policies. Mr. Zucker explolned rhe orrirudes of college roword incoming srudenrs, rhe quollficorions rhe srudenrs should hove, ond rhe woys ro go obour being considered for odmissions. The Juniors ore rhen prepared for rhe upcoming yeor ond insrrucred obour applying ro rhe schools of rheir choice. ,pi ,a f !.,,, l I l a i ,A,V.. 4, ., -,rl ,3 ,.. as . 1' - A 'Y I 1 'Y w 51' F4 , '9- -A x "'.. ,,.1. . ., 1 , Zinglf v V E M'Q I 4 'A 1,5 ya If .' . f ,N 4 F- f '22, IJ -'WM fi . K 'E-,I"'-" '. f ,ig , . it s. X . vswr , A-I li- if W i fy' " ,,.. , , Mi- x 1 -nl Sprung Breols Donce .fs :J -. T im-Qs ' 'A 1. Your Welcoming Commirree 2. Do you rhinls rhey sow us?! 3. Go for ir, Morgil 4. Our "Beech Queen" hos her o 5. Aw, did he "Ear-y" ro much? 6, Smile, ir's nor so bod. 7. Now rhor he's home, you con run your fxngers rhrough hrs re Oir. 8. The Bond. O. The couple wirh "for owoy eyes 10. Check the shoes. 11. Is rhor whor rhey coll neclsing? 12. They con'r be serious! 13. No, you con'r have my dore eirherl 1 'Gi 'X x X X Xx X. x N 5 I x m gb ,,,-.,,, R I T I , . 42: 5, . JE H! ws., I. Ill.: -AV!" 'A -I J 1 I 4 A . .Hg -.i-., 'iiifig 3322 ii? .W lg. ' w , tim 5 7 .,,-I QQL ,4L., v 4.3. 'nv x 1 s Q A W , 73. . ,i 'rl lpn rl.9.'L. Wimrerlim 3 P' 9 ws. -.Q ll! WU "'x . ,FY - 'ga ' Q ,arf Wunrerlm IS a speclol educanon opporrunlry planned for rhose srudenrs who do nor go on Glee Club Tour Thus year mps ro New York, Wllllamsburg Nashvllle Mexlco and Washlngron DC were offered. Many gurls porrlcnpored ln venous acnvmes offered on campus and in 'S-5 l-lobbies 'D' K2 '31 .' ' W . K. If 1 'slip .li Carol Farror's pastime is illustrating Virginia Coffer's fabulous book. Meg McCall realizes "0 stitch in time saves nine" as her needle-point makes a hit with all friends, Virginia Coffer entertains many little children with her short story. Kathy Sternberg molses o flying leap on her horse Fluster Budget, 0 mf n 1 ol U uc b ru 'U' .2 -'42 fn: ' ll' "Q T1 In U ini mf 'S mf I ll Y I 1 ml " x 7:14 U u mf x 3115 l 11 7115 .- w' nfl I ,,.I.,. r Ax ' up ' . . 0 f"ag1f::':1v?T4x5, ,.'fwt1 . .V P' ,-: ,,,. ,45fN1f? ' , x -. g, ., ,, ':l'1sYi'Q',:J1 'uzkfx 2 Y, -"lwf,,Ll'l f, 'v ri- 4 .,5, f,,...5.,:F:.W, ll, f:.u3.,,, 4 34,9-5. gl? fum -' , ,fl ,A , , .5 311.1 W '-f'-1,0'ZLri'F-:"F4'?,'.g"' "rw-iff? ffl' f.,1x13-,-Wy-, 17715 W1 '-Q I af,.,,yr iw." M I x, 'FQ ,,I'::g,f "' ' JJ .N M Q- 2 V v "' J 0 f , - - .ig , 1-'32 A " L4 - ikfmfi E!! I E 'S-Q QW ! ' 1" as -fs.. ' Moy Doy Fesriviries Aggie 'it -is X .1 I Moy Doy Comrnirree Rm r F. Sf! Moy Doy Commirree Choirrnon: Mory lone Forr. Members: Abbie Bollord, Kelly Cobb, Chrisrine Cureron, Lori Eisclneid, Mory l-lornpron, Kelly Horless, Mory Morgorer Jones, Mory Anne Koiser, Pom Parsons, Becky Prorr, Morgorer Smolling, Coroline Srone, Amy Hollond. The Moy Doy Commirree is o dedicored group of seniors chosen ro orgonize the Moy Doy fesriviries ond pogeonr. They ore insrrurnenrol in the collecring of props ond rne creoring of costumes, ond rhey also oversee rne donce procrices ond program plonning. ll lr. .lla 0 'A fu Lg x:' -21 'li i. .ww - .N ...kngxl ,D-wk IA, e - ,i-..,...,.:,,,,,,,.,, .Y-f"Zf'5"7"3"" 7" 'F'i:LuzTi--:Neff:-,fe-'.ifg.'f'1f-2'-wiv..iffii x-3-7:""'!'..'Li1R':'lL ..:.,-. 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QQ- f W-' ms. .4?5:?lf ah-23305 154' 2"a?,rj:.,:.f5' Lisien ro ii fn f 4 i Q ! IE A-1,3 'W 1. "Send in rhe Clowns" 2. "The Good-bye Girl" G. ullhinesrone Cowboy" A. "CB Sovoge" 5. 'Sornerimes I Feel like 0 Morherless Child" -1- .. s, , .Q ng? v,,i ,,..q,klSw VL, v f' ,- V :f'2f1w":'4iIf3.n, ji . f,.' 1 . C. --.541-.L-' .11 .,r -A0!iI'hiv5l4i!-"."' 6. "l Feel lilse Doncin!" 7. "Bond on rhe Run" 8. "Space Odyssey 2001" 9. "Memories Lighr rhe Corners of My Mind" 10. "The Monsrer Mosh" 11. "Too much, roo lirrle, roo lore" 12, "Cryin" Eyes" K4 -R11 RQ 1---1 A W' - 1 E rhe Music X I -5 X S? N U TI' Jw? l-YJ. JS' L.,-L 15, -s--rg-,A Ati- ' AQ..-v 4. 1. Boogie Shoes 2. Swing your porrner . . . 15 'F-'r,.','is-f' r la, -..Alle . ,,,,n 3. Whor's rhis? The Box Srep? 4. Get on down! 5. Hopping ro rhe Bunny Hop 6. Preparing ro do The Swim 7. Driclshouse B. The Bus Srop Q. Le Freols 10. Shogging wirh o rope l . Q3 5 . KL - Al ' v -I l-if AS' I LJ' 4 J F -. 8 R A T I - - J A' -r. M L x . J , W. 10 the Donces ",f0' ,J 1M GG 1. George LirrIe's painrlng of Williams lslcznd 2. Playsic Lab arrives in a blast. 8, Echos of rhe East Gym 4, Dr. Hughes lnrroduces sysrem of three principals. 5. New vans speed us ro vicrory. 6. Phorographer shoots new Dark Room. 7. Field House and rennls courrs spring up, 8. Consrrucrlon of GMR and breezeway shapes up. Q. New language lab adds exciremenr ro study halls. 10. Srudenrs char in new lounge. "7'fwx l - we ,--J 'A' X"" ' X xy v' 'ful' yu.. A, -1 . rhe Changes sexi' Remember . Bl Hungry, Hungry Jack - gobble 'em down and rhe plare comes back . . . " l'nn a Chiquiro banana and l'n'i here ro say . . . 3. "How do you spell relief?" 4, "I can'r believe l are rhe whole ming!" 5. "My rnor'nmie's a Mayfield mornmief' 0. "Join rlfxe Pepsi people - feelin' free." 7. ''Twoollbeefparriesspecialsaucelerrucecheese piclselsonionsonosesameseedbun. " 8. "Ger rlwe one srepf' 'I am sruck on Bond-aids 'cause Band-aid's srucls on me." 10. "GenrIeman prefer Hanes," . "First Federal pays rrie highesr inreresr allowed by low," --uni qti - aug lr-, ' n K --.Q 5' 1 -an 'A f' af.-. gf. .rx es Ov rhe Slogans Moke lr 1, "Cheese" 2. "nemo" 3. "1O-4 good buddy" 4. "Like WOW, mon!" 5. "! Que peso!" 6, "R-I-G-H-T" 7. "Ler's splir the scene," 8. "slick chick" 9, 'Tlighr on!" 10, "No Woy!l" QM? it I"-X i .li F uv 1 7 FPNN ,fm.....i Slang Now for N., ,Y yi? 4 1. Firsr news of me BO's. Are you sure you're no She's up ro somerhingl Robor rroining class. Honcls off! Whofs our nexr move? Seorch for me Trurh! Spore me! Folkow your nose! I roiking ro yourself? 'A 3-. V51- - N . 4 'Bo-5 J g,' '41 . , "'-'fklfinla' -,x-- . Nl., - WV.. ,,,.,VVV , V, , ff , .,..,,.k -- ,.. -, ,-z 1 1 . V. I . v,'-gvigg-,gf ,ff H ,-,I-f'.ff."'Aa, Ln- 3.13. b ' - .,:1.,. Q. , ,i,g.:y'4:.4-w " f 'i-'L-W14i.y-:- 4,'L'?1fr,g'.-g. ,-,.it5'.',. -.un 4- - -- eu- '1- ff.-K x' . -me ---1.31,-.,'5' "'x.. - .4 ,:4-. " l f",.gf'a-- ., --t, N, my . - .,, Q. ..':1..5wf:1Q-1-1 -- . ,. ,. ' ' " "1",1JJD'.f-:Liji:?..fg'uS'l'g7Rf.725+ jg ' .Fw-1,..f Z,zb,41'.fs'7-f.9:-e.aL1,4f5 '-'gg L ' 9 1. " QU!" -' .l:,:,mQm. . . . rhe 80's 189 Forecosring . . . 1-!""n ex v+-v-.-,fv--f- 5 X . nl-..J ' 's,, . RN. ...W ""Nf"f f -WH.. - -f' -1 1. My dore is going ro be hor ronighr. 2. Some rnings never change. Z3 Con you dir ir? 4. Whose hond is rhis? 5. Our future orr recher. 6. Whor do you soy we rie her up? 7. Don'r tools now, our rhere is 0 roccoon on you. 8. Are you sure rhor's just worer9 Q. Howkeye ond Rodor. 10. And rnis is supposed ro be fun? BJ- . IU' .-L' ,LLL V-I 1,15 Q ' Qi? F.. 1 ' A I1 C . ... lfkmi I I 'tu 1 . xk E xx X YS S-it 4 q 4 ' " if-if L 1- rhe Future Bur srm The Trodiriom Remains I-I O AR 3, rd, 4-xx U- l T3-E! fIA0",.,:A. . 36? - 7 'if' I ,4'1" e, --ir fs.,,,uu ff..-YJ The Honor Council works ro see rhor rhe GPS Honor Sysrern is effecrively corried our. Piepresenrorives ro rhe Council ofren hove rhe repurorion of being blood-hound derecrives our ro rrocla down honor violorors, bur rorher rhe Council is on ocrive body working for rhe srudenrs. Forrunorely, very few girls hove hoo rhe chance rhis yeor ro see rhe behind-rhe-scenes work of rhe Honor Council, but rhe resulrs of irs ocriviry ore obvious in rhe rrusring orrnosphere oround GPS, We hope rhor everyone hos seen 1979-1080 os on honorific yeor! Presidenr of rhe Honor Council - Lindsoy Tucker Vice-presidenr - Anne Freels Secrerory - Corhy Plorr llrh grode represenrorives - Hilron Holloclx ond Srephonie Perree 1Orh grode represenrorives - Lindo Fehn ond Lorie Greene Orh grode represenrorive - Scorr Ausrin 8rh grode represenrorive - Amy Albrighr 7rh grocle represenrorive - Amy Gillespie 194 Honor Council L, 5.7 , f - iff Inf , , i' A-L ' ' r'vaiil.1,f16.', , Y V.,! Y .H Z , r,!l.,,,,.,, i F .fi ii Y, , .i fi -i QQYQLQLL I 'fi K-'X Siudeni Council .if f' i , I 1 l x The Srudenr Council is concerned wirh srudenr ocriviries, rules, ond discipline or GPS. lr is rhe voice of rhe srudenrs ond represents rhe srudenrs' ideos on school policies, The Srudenr Council olso encouroges ond sers on exomple of good cirizenship, good monners, ond neorness ln oppeoronce, which should be chorocrerisric of eoch GPS sfudenr. As on orgonizorion, they coordinore rhe Holloween movie, rhe GPS - McCollie foorboll gome, rhe Thonlcsgiving boslsers, rhe condy cones ond switches given or Chrisrmos, rhe Tolenr Show, rhe 7rh ond 8rh grode movies, ond rhe Srudenr Council Donce. Advisors: Mrs, Deierhoi, Mrs, Moore, ond Mrs. Schimpf, Srudenr Council: Koren Burns, Derh Colderozzo, Elizoberh Compbell, Courrney Cochron, Mory Ann Fesmire, Michelle Lewis, Suzonne McElhorron, Mory Telford Roberrs, Morgorer Smolling, Dono Spongler, Ellen Yornell, Presidenr - Borbie Toylor, Viceepresidenr - Mory Morgorer Jones, Treosurer - Mory Ann Koiser, Secrerory - Bersy Ellis. F... Nr 'QQ MQW : ,W ,,. F l P.---v-ff- P-we-subs! pn-i--su I' ' '4 if ox' K . -. 4- -xxx :IH 195 Presidenrs' Council Rf - -, i The nice rhing about rhe Presidenrs' Council is rhar rhe members have no specific job ro perform. The Council is made up of rhe presidenrs from each class, 7-12, and rhe presidenrs of rhe Srudenr and Honor Councils. These girls presenr rhe views and opinions of rheir respective classes on school affairs which rhe srudenrs and Dr. Hughes feel rhe need ro discuss. Dr, Hughes bounces suggesrions off rhe presidenrs ro ger an idea of rhe different feelings of rhe classes on rhe ropics under discussion, Faculty Advisor, Dr. Hughes, Presidenr of rhe Srudenr Council, Barbie Taylor, Presidenr of rhe Honor Council, Lindsay Tucker, Presidenr of rhe Twelfrh Grade Closs, Chrisrine Cureron, President of rhe Eievenrh Grode Class, Anira Hill, Presidenr of rhe Tenth Grade Class, Tish Pryor, Presidenr of rhe Ninrh Grade Closs, Lauren Goldsrein, Presidenr of rhe Eighth Grade Class, Lori Frazier, Presidenr of rhe Sevenrh Grade Class, Jama Dorling, - , Ti. ,E ' r X. Areopogus Areopogus is on honorory orgonizorion consisting of seniors who ore inferesred in rhe srudy of lirerorure. The members meer once Q monrh ro ergoy discussing ond inrerprering rhe clossics, Monrhly meerings ore held or o me-mber's house, ond guesr speolsers lead o srimuldring discussion, President - Judirh Shapiro, Vice-presidenr - Korhy McCollie, Corresponding Secrerory - Joselin Morrin, Recording Secrerory - Volerie Dodson, Members: Kelly Cobb, Anne Coclse, Noncy Collins, Chrisrine Cureron, Ann Freels, loner Goffner, Vicki Gronrhom, Mory Hompron, Hollie Hochmon, Deonne Isbell, Mory Morgorer Jones, Chorlorre Moore, Suson Poyne, Dorbie Toylor, Lindsoy Tucker, Lindo Vierh. Sponsors: Mrs. Smirh, Miss Smirh, Mrs. Sudderrh. Narianal Honor Sociery ..l1-.14 QT 96 J has N 'W lr Ji 1 G , Nl A vfsfyqx ee The Duffy-Jarnagin Chaprer of rhe Narional Honor Sociery is an honorary organizarion rewarding sruclenrs for scholarship, leadership, characrer, and service, To gain adrnirrance, rhe srudenr musr abrain and mainroin a 3.6 schalasric average rhraughour her Orh rhrough 12rh years and exemplify rhe srandards ser by rhis sociery. Presidenr: Charlorre Moore, Secreraryf Amy Holland, Members: Susan Dryanr, Kelly Cobb, Anne Cocke, Chrisrine Cureron, Karen Deierhoi, Bersy Ellis, Anne Freels, Suzanne Greene, Hilron Hallock, Anira Hill, Hallie Hochman, Deanne Isbell, Rhonda Kimzey, Hilda King, Joselin Morrin, Keren Parker, Susan Payne, Nancy Peacock, Becky Prarr, .ludirh Shapiro, Lori Shoemaker, Margarer Smalling, Robin Srill, Barbie Taylor, Lindsay Tucker. Advisor: Miss Moyer 1'-'D Service League M I ff'-gi 1 ' L A mi -i Q5 r 'sk isa 'Sn The members of the Service League conrribure a minimum of one hour a week assisting the school sroff and faculry in' raising orrendcince, delivering messages, and generally faciliroring rhe operorionol funcrions and schedules of the school. Service League. E. Anderson, L. Avery, S. Banks, M. Bryon, L. Defriese, A. Duvoisin, J. Eischeid, L Fehn, S. Fleck, L. Greene, M, Holr, G, Key, S. Kim, J. Legg, S. Longley, N. McCorry, T, Minges, L. O'Neal, L. Payne, T. Pryor, T. Rhodes, D. Rogers, M. S, Sowell, C. Srone, C. Von Hollen, L. A. Walker, C. Workins, Sponsor: Mrs. Smirh. TTVTZI f?t"1f--'AL ...f F1-'Ale :JS - AQ!-llXlK?'L.l1li. L., Eighrh ' Grade Menehunees 'l' .a Here ar GPS, rhe Menehunees are very special people. They are rhose girls who have proven rhraugh rheir behavior and good grades rhar rhey are responsible ladies, willing ro do rhose exrra duries ro help rhe school, rhe faculry, and rheir classmates. This is a special honor recognizing rhe following girls: Amy Albrighr, Josie Nancy Boch, Julia Baker, Derh Daucom, Julie Berrs, Donna Bowman, Polly Droalss, Lucy Carpenrer, Courrney Cochran, Linda Duvoisln, Louise Freeman, Nancy Linda l-losrerler, Dana Jay, Ashley King, Carol Lawrence, Stephanie Lipworrh, Margarer McGraw, Susan Marsh, Melanie Mercer, Carolyn Mirchell, Krisry Olson, Lynn Tracy Prose, Robin Roy, Tracy Rutledge, Milou Steel, Berh Steele, Leslie Srophel, Allison Winer, Kara Yium, Sponsor, Mrs, Raulsron. I 4 I 1 I r I 'I I ni rl In il ji Ql H li lu va I rn l n I ll Q ll it 2 ll if 7'fm,:,,Ij L-in x f 'L - -L-zkggeiglwxfg-mx V: The lhrerharional Thespiah Sociery is an orgahizarioh which aims ro esrablish and advance sraridards of excellence in all phases of rhearer orrs. The focus of rhe society is oh rhe srudenr - her ochievemenr and involvemehr, Membership is granred for excellehr worls, borh oh stage and back srage, in Thearer Arrs, Thespiahsz Caroline Carney, Carlorra Cooper, Sherry Gauhr, Deahne Isbell Rebecca Jones, Mary Anne Kaiser Tracie Marlin, Carhy Plan, Becky Prarr, Lori Shoemaker - Presidehr Sponsorr Mrs. Hirr. V M.-., ,g--,,-:Y-,5,Q,l,,g:l: - I. HA -- C vez-1, -4.1- f- ,,.,.. if -,. , 4. A 'A ' " 'ruhfgnga-K 3.77, lf: A -1, 7'5" 'gififxirrli K. Norionol Merir Serriifinolisrs GPS proises rhe sclwolorship of rhe Norlonol Merir Semi-Finolisrs ond the fi if Norionol Merlr commended scholors Norlonol Merir Semi-Finolisrsz Deonne Isbell, Chorlorre Moore, Ann Freels, Declsy Prorr, Corlorro Cooper, Dorbie Taylor, Suson Poyne .ludirh Shopiro, Lori Shoernolser Norionol Merir commended scholorsf Liso Avery, Elizoberlw Brown, Suson Bryonr, Clwrlsrine Cureron, loner Goffner, Hollie l-lochmon Julie Johnson, Morgorer Smolling, 'K E 202 J J W W. W Q +L ' 'WMM "H" . 1, E , 1 , 2 'N - Q 4' Q-we 3' ' -f - SMH Q 'E '1:,, ,g ,N L-, - ' fl X' f W A Q -ff gr ., ' , 'J ' 1- '3 ' Ju 1' Q- 7 1 fx I xp , Qu, 'K jf vw 94" vi' V It B 9 f ,p'gg.,,. .23 President of rhe Honor Council Mosr Respected Lindsoy Tucker Anne Freels Senior Reoresenrorive ro rhe Honor Council Corby Plorr Senior Represenrorive ro rne Honor Council 'Wg-W Boroie Toylor President of the Srudenr Council Most Versorile Moid of Honor ro rhe Moy Queen Mory Morgorer Jones Senior Represenrorive ro the Srudenr Council 'Q' Mory Anne Koiser Senior Piepresenrorive ro rhe Srudenr Council Morgorer Smolling Senior Piepresenrorive ro rhe Srudenr Council f J Uvgf,-U Nomcy Peacock Edirol' of rhe Kaleidoscope Kerry Kemp DeeDee Moore Layout Editor of rhe Kaleidoscope Literary Ediror of the Kaleidoscope Q- Lundy Mills Mory Wrigrwr Loyour Ediror of rhe K0leid0SCOpe Picture Ediror of rhe Kaleidoscope Jomer Goffmer Jenny DQVE Senior Scholarship Most Congeniol Nancy Comns Moy Queen Cnrisrine Cureron Presidenr of the Senior Closs Mosr Dependable Cnorlorre Moore President of the Norionol Honor Sociery Groce McCallie Scnolorship Louro Cameron Mary Jane Forr A Avery, Lisa - 1975, Delta, Art League 8, Minsttels 8, 9, Latin Club 8, Menehunees 8, Service League 9, 10, Spanish Club 9, 10, 11, Glee Club 10, 11, 12, Mu Alpha Theta 12, Wants to, be married and still go out on weekends. Likely to: Dream on! B Baird, Andrea - 1974, Delta, Mini-Singers 7, Art League 7, 8, Current Events 8, Jr. Theater Arts 8, Jr. Library Club 8, Minsttels 9, Spanish Club 9, 12, Ecology Club 10, Swim Team Manager 11, Photography Club 12. Wants to, take racing titles of LeMons, Grand Prix, and Monte Carlo. Likely to, sell car insurance. Baker, Kelly - 1970, Theta, Mini-Singers 7, Att League 7, 8, Sewing Club 7, Library Club 7, 8, Intramurals 7-12, Current Events Club 8, Pep Club 9-11, Varsity Swimming 9-12, Varsity Track 11, 12, Spanish Club 10, 11, Treasurer 12. Wants to, own her own camp. Likely to, sing songs and roast marshmallows by the fire in her den. Ballard, Abbie - 1970, Sigma, Sewing Club 7, Mini-Singers 7, 8, Current Events 8, Varsity Swimming 9, 10, 11, 12, Pep Club 9, Robin Hood representative 10, Ecology Club 10, Library Club 10, Varsity Tennis 11, 12, Volleyball Manager 11, Art League 11, 12, Class Vice-president 12, Photography Club 12, Spanish Club president 12, May Day Committee 12. Wants to, travel all over the world and see everything there is to see. Likely to, spend the rest of her life touring the greater Chattanooga area. Betts, Summer - 1974, Theta, Mini-Singers 7, Team Captain 7, Intramurals 7, 8, Modern Dance Club 7, 9, Latin Club 8, Class Secretary 8, Minsttels 8, 9, Menehunees 8, DAR Award 8, NEDT Award 8, 10, Senior Dance Club 9, Service League 9, 10, French Club 9-12, Tetpsichotd 10-12, Theater Arts 10, 11, Glee Club 10, Junior Achievements, Assistant production manager 12. Wants to, be a life time member of Tetpsichotd. Likely to, be a professional Twerp. Brown, Deborah - 1977, Sigma, Skeet Team 10, Intramurals 10, 11, French Club 10, 12, Cross Country 10, Varsity Cheerleader 11, Letterwomen's Club 11, 12, Junior Achievement 12. Wants to, be the best female steeple chaser in the world. Likely to: horse around a lot. Brown, Elizabeth - 1974, Sigma, Mini-Singers 7, Junior Library Club 7, 8, Att League 7, 8, 9, Intramurals 7-10, Sewing Club 7, Minsttels 8, 9, Theater Arts 8, 9, 10, NEDT Award 8, 10, Spanish Club 9, 10, 11, Service League 9, 10, Glee Club 10, 11, 12, Static 10, Skeet Team 11, 12, Chattanooga All-Star Skeet Team 11, Debate Club 11, Senior Dance 11, Athletic Council, Treasurer 12, Junior Achievement 12, National Merit Commended Scholar 12. Wants ta, run nude through the jungles of Africa. Likely to, Get arrested for indecent exposure and for frightening every resident within a ten mile radius. Bryant, Susan - 1977, Theta, Ecology Club 10, French Club 10, 11, 12, National Honor Society 11, 12, Class President 11, President's Council 11, Cross Country 10, 11, 12, Captain 12, Track Team 10, 11, 12, Letterwomen's Club 12, Fellowship of Christian Athletes 12, National Mert Commended Scholar 12. Wants to, live on an island with her cat and horse. Likely ro, starve to death, get trampled to death by a starving horse, or get clawed to death by a mad cat. Burkhart, Kim - 1974, Omega, Art League 7, 8, Mini-Singers 7, Junior Library Club 7, Theater Arts 8, Intramurals 8, Minsttels 9, Library Club 9, Pep Club 9, Ecology Club 10, Swim Team Manager 11, Spanish Club 12. Wants to, be sexier than Bianca Jagger and drive her Lamborginni through GPS. Likely to: be less sexy than a Lamborginni and drive over Bianca Jagger. Burris, Chris - 1976, Sigma, Service League 9, 10, Ecology Club 10, Senior Dance 10, Pep Club 11, Math Club 11, Junior Achievement, President 12. Wants to, never grow up. Likely to, obtain her wish. C Cameron, Laura - 1974, Delta, Library Club 7, Mini-Singers 7, Art League 7, Menehunees 8, Current Events 8, Minsttels 8, 9, Latin Club 8, NEDT Award 8, 10, Static 8-12, Sports' Editor 10, News Editor 11, Associate Editor 12, Robin Hood Club 9, President 12, Service League 9, 10, Class President 10, Varsity Cheerleader 10, Pep Club 10, Presidents' Council 10, Peri-Welkin 10, 11, Glee Club 10, Activity Letter 10, Intramurals 11, 12, Math Club 11, Psychology Club 11, Debate Club 11, Most Likely To Succeed 12. Wants to, be President of the United States with a 15 page spread in the encyclopedia, Likely ta, be President of the encyclopedia. Cobb, Kelly - 1974, Sigma, Vice-President 7, Mini-Singers 7, Junior Library Club 7, Art League 7, 8, Modern Dance Club 7-10, Class President 8, Minsttels 8, 9, Latin Club 8, Theater Arts 8, Current Events Club 8, Menehunees 8, Presidents' Council 8, NEDT Award 8, 10, Freshman Cup 9, Kaleidoscope 9- 11, French Club 9-12, Service League 9, 10, Glee Club 10-12, Ecology Club 10, Activity Letter 10, Madrigals 11, Areopagus 12, Moy Day Committee 12. Wants to, be just like my mother CMaty Jane Forth, Likely to, be just like her father. Cocke, Anne - 1974, Omega, Theater Arts 7-11, Mini-Singers 7, Art League 7, 8, Honor Council 7, Pep Club 7, Cheerleader - Omega 7, NEDT Award 8, 10, Menehunees 8, Current Events 8, Minsttels 9, Ecology Club 10, Service League 10, National Honor Society 11, 12, Glee Club 11, Areopagus 12. Wants to, be a prima ballerina. Likely to, be a classy Kitty at the Classic Cat. Collins, Nancy - 1974, Delta, Class Secretary 7, Mini-Singers 7, Art League 7, 8, Latin Club 8, Menehunees 8, Current Events Club 8, Service League 9, 10, Intramurals 10-12, Senior Dance Club 10, 11, Static 10, Ecology Club 10, Latin League 10, Skeet 11, 12, Team Captain 11, Areopagus 12, May Queen 12. Wants to, be an actress. Likely to, become Ba Detek's future rival. Cooper, Carlotta - 1977, Sigma, NEDT Award 10, Glee Club 11, 12, Glee Club Award 11, Senior Theatre Arts 10-12, National Thespian Society 11, 12, Vice-president 12, Girls' State Representative 11, Patten History Award 11, French Club 11, 12, Madrigals 12, National Merit Semi-Finalist 12. Wants to, visit with Jimmy Buffet on a boat with her cat, Likely to, kidnap Jimmy Buffet and buy a boot with the ransom money. Craven, Piesha - 1976, Delta, Service League 9, 10, French Club 9-11, Glee Club 10-12, Madrigals 11, 12. Wants to, be a stand-in for Miss Piggy an the Muppet Show. Likely to, be a puppet with no strings attached, Cureton, Christine - 1974, Sigma, Mini-Singers 7, Theater Arts 7, 10, Junior Library Club 7, Music Award 7, 8, Minsttels 8, 9, Menehunees 8, Static 8-10, Current Events Club 8, Latin Club 8, Service League 9, 10, Peti-Welkin 9, 10, French Club 9-12, Music Librarian 9, Glee Club 10-12, Activity Letter 1-, Ecology Club 10, Madrigals 11, 12, Student Council 11, Carter Bible Award 11, National Honor Society 11, Class President 12, Areopagus 12, May Day Committee 12, Presidents Council, chairman 12. Wants to, be host of Saturday Night Live. Likely ta, be Christine Curtain. D Davis, Jenny - 1974, Delta, Team Captain 7, Mini-Singers 7, Modern Dance Club 8, Theater Arts 8, Minsttels 8, 9, Latin Club 8, Junior Varsity Tennis 8, 9, French Club 9, 11, Ecology Club 10, Glee Club 10-12, Varsity Tennis 10-12, Service League 10, Madrigals 11, 12, Pep Club 11, Math Club 11, Student Council, Secretary 11, Senior Scholarship 11. Wants to, be tall, tan, and married to Kris Kristofferson. Likely to, be a showcase girl on Bowling for Dollars and marry a tennis pro. Dodson, Valerie - 1978, Omega, French Club 11, Creative Writing 11, 12, Senior Dance 11, Intramurals 11, 12, 9th place in regional French Ill contest 11, Perl-Welkln 12, Areopagus 12, Golf 12, Junior Achievement 12. Wants to, be a general practitioner. Likely to, become a professional perfectionist. Drake, Julia - 1974, Omega, Mini-Singers 7, Menehunees 8, Minsttels 9, Ecology Club 10, Intramurals 11, Senior Dance 11, Volleyball Manager 12, Tetpsichotd 12. Wants to, be a model. Likely to, become chief executive in the Bardie Doll Corporation. E Edwards, Ellen - 1974, Theta, Intramurals 7-11, Latin Club 8, Current Events 8, Modern Dance Club 8, 9, Cross Country 10, Senior Dance 11. Wants to, spend four years in Hawaii, Likely to, be the top hula dancer at the South Pacific restaurant. ischeid, Lori - 1974, Sigma, Sewing Club 7, Mini-Singers 7, Intramurals 7-12, lass Vice-president 8, Minstrels 8, Menehunees 8, Latin Club 9, Team aptain 9, Service League 9, 10, Modern Dance 9, 10, Student Council 10, ctivity Letter 11, Math Club 11, Track Team 11, Terpsichotd 11, 12, Class reasurer 12, May Day Committee Chairman 12. Wants ro, be o Dallas owboys' Cheerleader, Likely to, become the first skinny Porkville Pigerte, F art, Mary Jane -- 1974, Delta, Sewing Club 7, Art League 7, 8, 10-12, Mini- ingers 7, Current Events Club 8, Static 10, French Club 11, Kaleidoscope 11, 2, Class Secretary 12, May Day Committee 12, Most Creative 12, Wants to, e a princess with a castle in the clouds. Likely to, be in the clouds. ox, Jocelyn - 1977, Omega, Senior Dance 10, Intramurals 10, 11, Glee Club 0, 11, French Club 11, 12, Math Club 11, Theater Arts 12. Wants to, be Queen of England. Likely ta, be King of England, Fteels, Anne - 1974, Delta, Theater Arts 7-10, Mini-Singers 7, Intramurals 7- 2, Att League 8, Chess Team 8, Latin Club 8, Jr, Varsity Basketball 8, enehunees 8, NEDT Awards 8, 10, Minstrels 8, 9, Spanish Club 9, Track eam 9, 10, Service League 9, 10, Honor Council 9, 12, Activity Letter 10, Team Captain 10, Ecology Club 10, Perl-Welkln 10-12, Art Editor 12, Glee Club 10-12, Madrigals 11, 12, Honor Council Vicepresident 12, National Honor ciety 11, 12, Letterwomen's Club 11, 12, May Day Committee 12, Areopagus 12, National Merit Semi-Finalist 12, May Day Queen's Court 12. Wants to, be Smokey the Dear. Likely to, burn herself putting out forest fires nd move to Antarctica, G Gaffnet, Janet - 1974, Omega, Mini-Singers 7, Theater Arts 7, 9-11, Art League 8, Stamp Club 8, Minstrels 8, Latin Club 8-11, Library Club 8, 10, Current Events Club 8, Menehunees 8, Static 8-12, editor 12, Intramurals 10- 12, Ecology Club 10, Glee Club 10-12, Honor Council 10, Basketball Manager 10, Math Club 11, Areopagus 12. Wants to, be Quincy. Likely to, stuff animals for every museum south of the border. Gaunt, Sherry - 1974, Sigma, Mini-Singers 7, Art League 7, Library Club 7, 8, Dance Club 7, 8, Theater Arts 7-12, Menehunees 8, Minstrels 8, 9, DAR Award 8, NEDT Award 8, Music Librarian 9-12, Service League 9, Pep Club 9, 10, Glee Club 10-12, Annual Board 11, Greene-Hanlin Award 11, Madrigals 11, 12, Thespians 12, French Club 12, French National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Optimist Youth Appreciation Award 12. Wants ro, be President of the Kleenex Corporation. Likely to, get "bothered," rip up the Kleenex and open a Confetti Corporation for all the avid portygoers. Goins, Sandy - 1974, Sigma, Intramurals 7-12, Theater Arts 8, Art League 8, 10, 12, Track Team 9, 12, Spanish Club 9, 12, Varsity Volleyball 10, Senior Dance Club 10, 11, Swim Team 11, Photography Club 12. Wants to, build a house on Sugar Loaf Mountain, Rio de Janeiro. Likely to, live in a Tahitian hut. Grantham, Vicki - 1974, Delta, Theater Arts 7-11, Mini-Singers 7, Library Club 7, 8, Modern Dance Club 7, 8, Pep Club 7-11, Art League 7, Latin Club 8, Menehunees 8, Current Events 8, Cheerleader 8, Minstrels 8, 9, Service League 9, 10, Activity Letter 10, 5th place in regional French contest, Glee Club 10, 12, Ecology Club 10, Debate Club 11, Psychology Club 11, Areopagus 12, Madrigals 12, Varsity Cheerleader 12, Robin Hood Club 11, Secretary 12, French Club 12. Wants to, outlaw short jokes. Likely to, be a short outlaw - and o joke. H Hampton, Mary - 1974, Theta, Intramurals 7, 8, Sewing Club 7, Modern Dance Club 7, 9, Theater Arts 7, 9, Latin Club 8, French Club 9, 11, 12, Service League 9, 10, Moth Club 11, NEDT Award 10, Class Vice-president 9, Terpsichotd 10-12, President 12, May Day Committee 12, Areopagus 12, May Day Queen's Court 12. Wants to, read history books about herself in her next life. Likely to: be forgotten. Harless, Kelly - 1974, Sigma, Theater Arts 7, Modern Dance Club 7-9, Latin Club 8, NEDT Award 8, Pep Club 9, 10, French Club 9, 11, Intramurals 9-12, Service League 10, Terpsichotd 10-12, Varsity Cheerleader 10, Varsity Volleyball 10, Team Captain 11, 12, President of the Intramural Association 12, May Day Committee 12. Wants to, dance the night away. Likely to, get sore feet. Hochman, Hallie - 1974, Delta, Swim Team 7-12, All American Swimming 11 Sewing Club 7, Mini-Singers 7, Menehunees 8, Minstrels 8, 9, Latin Club 8, Algebra I Award 9, Service League 10, Ecology Club 10, National Honor Society 11, 12, Kaleidoscope 11, 12, American History Award 11, Volunteer Girls' State 11, Swim Team Captain 12, Areopagus 12. Wants to, be Prime Minister of Israel. Likely to, marry Ayatollah' Khomeini, Holland, Amy - 1974, Theta, Mini-Singers 7, Theater Arts 7-12, Latin Club 8, Menehunees 8, Minstrels 8, 9, French Club 9, 7th place in regional French I contest, Service League 9, 10, French Honor Society 10, Ecology Club 10, NEDT Award 8, 10, Glee Club 10-12, Madrigals 11, 12, National Honor Society 11, 12, Activity Letter 12. Wants to: be McCallie's first female baarder. Likely ta, get a date even if it kills her. Houseal, Sissy - 1977, Delta, Senior Dance 10, French Club 10-12, Class Secretary 11, Glee Club 11, 12, May Day Queen's Court 12. Wants to, make her way in life as a singer. Likely to, be a law alto in the Morman Tabernacle Choir. Isbell, Deanne - 1974, Sigma, Mini-Singers 7, Art League 7, Theater Arts 7- 12, Dance Club 7, Chess Team 7-11, Intramurals 7-11, Team Captain 8, Menehunees 8, Science Award 8, Latin Club 8, Minstrels 8, 9, NEDT Award 8, 10, Static 8, 9, French Club 9, 4th place in regional French contest 9, Activity Letter 9, Service League 9, 10, Glee Club 10-12, Ecology Club 10, Madrigals 11, 12, National Honor Society 11, 12, National Merit Semi-Finalist 12, Thespians 12, Areopagus 12. Wants to, be rich, famous, and stocked. l.ikeIy ta, be mistaken for a beanpole. J Johnson, Julie - 1974, Omega, Intramurals 7-12, Jr. Varsity Golf 7, Art League 7, 8, Static 8-12, Minstrels 8, 9, Pep Club 9, 10, Varsity Golf 9-12, French Club 9, 10, Team Captain 10, Ecology Club 10, Activity Letter 10, Spirit Award 10, Varsity Volleyball 11, 12, Basketball Manager 11, Letterwomen's Club 11, 12, Athletic Council 12, National Merit Commended Scholar. Wants to, be Auburn Homecoming Queen. Likely to, beat up anyone else who gets it, Jones, Mary - 1974, Delta, Mini-Singers, MinstreLs 8, 9, Modern Dance Club 10-12, French Club 9-11, Intramurals 9, Glee Club 10-12, Wants to, spend the test of her life in the Tropics. Likely to, sell suntan lotion in Colorado. Jones, Mary Margaret - 1975, Theta, Intramurals 8-12, Cheerleader 8, Pep Club 9, 10, Minstrels 8, 9, Modern Dance Club 8-10, Library Club 9, Service League 9, 10, Frendw Club 9-11, Ecology Club 10, French National Honor Society 10, Basketball Manager 10, Glee Club 10-12, Madrigals 11, 12, Student Council, Vice president 12, Activity Letter 12, May Doy Committee 12, May Day Queen's Court 12. Wants to, be a Greek goddess. Likely to: be the wife of a "Greek" god. Jones, Rebecca - 1974, Theta, Art League 7, 8, Typing Club 7, Intramurals 7-12, Current Events Club 8, Theater Arts 8-12, Latin Club 8, Menehunees 8, NEDT Award 8, 10, Sewice League 9, 10, Spanish Club 10, Library Club 11, Varsity Track 11, Thespians 12, Activity Letter 12. Wants to, be Bob Dylan. Likely to, be John Denver. K Kaiser, Mary Anne - 1974, Sigma, Typing Club 7, Art League 7, 8, Intramurals 7-12, Theater Arts 8-12, Minstrels 8, 9, l.ibrary Club 8, 10, Spanish Club 9, Static 10, Ecology Club 10, Glee Club 10-12, Pep Club 10, Madrigals 11, 12, May Day Committee 12, Thespians 12, Student Council, Treasurer 12. Wants to, hitch-hike to Sundance, Utah, to meet Robert Redford. Likely to, get as far as RED Bank. Kemp, Kerry - 1974, Delta, Mini-Singers, Theater Arts 7, 8, Minstrels 8, 9, Modern Dance Club 9, Service League 9, 10, Skeet Team 10, NEDT Award 10, Ecology Club 10, Glee Club 10-12, Chemistry Award 11, Madrigals 11, 12, Annual Board 11, Layout Editor 12. Wants to, ga to Disneyland and be a kid for a week. Likely to: be recruited as Minnie Mouse. King, Tarra - 1974, Theta, Mini-Singers, Jr. Library Club 7, Current Events Club 8, Art League 8, President 12, Latin Club 8, Minsrrels 8, 9, Service League 9, 10, French Club 9-12, Intramurals 10, Senior Dance Club 10, 11, Ecology Club 10, Activity Letter 10. Wants to, be o psychiatrist. Likely ta, be Head Funny at the Funny Farm. Klaasse, Peggy - 1975, Omega, Minsrrels 8, 9, Art League 8, Intramurals 8- 12, Latin Club 8, Service League 9, 10, Theater Arts 9, Student Council 9, French Club 9, 11, Library Club 9, 10, Class Treasurer 10, Modern Dance Club 9, Glee Club 10, 11, Tennis Tournament 10, 11, Ecology Club, NEDT Award 10, Varsity Cheerleader 10, Swim Team 12, Team Captain 12, Photography Club 12, Art League 12. Wants to, be the first femals Olympic racquetball player. Likely to, play against the curb. Kosanovich, Wendy - 1974, Sigma, Mini-Singers 7, Sewing Club 7, Art League 7, 8, lntramurols 7, 9, Jr. Varsity Tennis Team 7, 8, 9, Cheerleader7, Theater Arts 8, Basketball Team 8, 11, Static 9, 10, French Club 9, 12, Jr. Varsity Basketball Team 9, Math Club 11, Letterwomen's Club 11, 12, Creative Writing 12, Skeet Team 12. Wants to: marry money. Likely to, have trouble finding a husband. L Ledbetter, Mona - 1974, Delta, Mini-Singers 7, Library Club 7, 10, Minsrrels 8, 9, Theater Arts 8, 9, Modern Dance Club 8, 10, Spanish Club 9, 11, 12, Music Librarian 9, 11, Intramurals 10, Ecology Club 10, Glee Club 10-12, Volleyball Manager 10-12, Math Club 11, Letterwomen's Club 11, 12, Activity Letter 12. Wants ta, own her own company. Likely to, be her only company. M McCallie, Kathy - 1974, Theta, Mini-Singers 7, Basketball Team 7, lntramurols 7, 8, Minsrrels 8, 9, Latin Club 8, Current Events Club 8, NEDT Award 8, 10, Static 8, Jr. Varsity Basketball 8, 9, Captain of the All City Basketball Team 9, Class President 9, Pep Club 9, Varsity Track 10-12, All City 10, Duffy- Jarnagin Scholarship Award 10, Basketball Team 10-12, Cross Country 11, Areapagus, Vice-president, Athletic Association, President 12. Wants to, be a tough, criminal lawyer. Likely to, be held in contempt of court. Marlin, Tracie - 1974, Mini-Singers 7, lntramurols 7-11, Theater Arts 7-12, Art League 8, Latin Club 8, Current Events Club 8, Menehunees 8, Minsrrels 9, Service League 9, 10, Ecology Club 10, Math Club 11, Debate Club 11, Thespions 12. Wants to, teach Special Education. Likely to, need a little herself. Martin, Joselin - 1974, Delta, Mini,Singets 7, Theater Arts 7, Library Club 7, 10, Modern Dance Club 7, 9, Latin Club 8, Menehunees 8, Intramurals 8-11, NEDT Award 8, 10, Static 9, Service League 9, 10, Ecology Club 11, National Honor Society 11, Glee Club 12, Music Librarian 12, Areopagus, secretary 12, Junior Achievement 12. Wants to, marry a rich Texan oil magnate, Likely to, marry a magnet. Massey, Melanie - 1974, Theta, Sewing Club 7, Mini-Singers 7, Art League 7, 8, Theater Arts 8, Latin Club 8, Minsrrels 9, Menehunees 8, French Club 9 Library Club 9, Service League 9, 10, Glee Club 10, 11, Modern Dance Club 10, Math Club 11, Psychology Club 11, Skeet Team 10, 11, lntramurols 10-12, Activity Letter 11, Mu Alpha Theta 12. Wants ta, P Likely ro, i Maynard, Joyce - 1977, Omega, French Club 11, 12, Track Team 11, Most Outstanding Member, Letterwomen's Club 11, 12. Wants ta, get her A.U.G. Degree CApproved Under Godb. Likely to, be elected Most Sincere. Mills, Lundy - 1974, Sigma, Mini-Singers 7, Art League, Secretary 7, Theater Arts 7, Jr. Varsity Tennis Team 7, 8, Minsrrels 8, 9, Skeet Team 9, President 10, Vice-president 11, Menehunees 8, Service League 9, 10, French Club 9-11, Ecology Club 10, Glee Club 10-12, Madrigals 11, 12, Kaleidoscope 11, Layout Editor 12. Wants to: marry a prince and raise horses on a ranch in Texas. Likely to, marry a horse and raise a prince in Soddy-Daisy. Moore, Charlotte - 1974, Omega, Mini-Singers 7, Sewing Club 7, Art League 8, Minsrrels 8, 9, Latin Club 8, 10, Current Events Club 8, Menehunees 8, Latin I Award 8, Static 9, 10, French Club 9-12, French I and ll competition, Library Club 10, Service League 10, Ecology Club 11, Math Club 11, National Honor Society 11, English Award 11, Grace McCallie Scholarship 11, National Merit Semi Finalist 11, Glee Club 12, Theater Arts 12. Wants to, treat male hypothermia victims. Likely to, warm her way into their hearts. Moore, DeeDee - 1974, Delta, Mini-Singers 7, lntramurols 7, 8, Cheerleader 8, Theater Arts 8, 9, Art League 7, 11, NEDT Award 8, 10, DAR History Award 8, Latin Club 8, Minstrels 8, 9, Static 9, 10, Skeet Team 9, Vice- president10, Ecology Club 9, Spanish Club 9, 10, Pep Club 10, 11, Library Club 10, Track Team 10, Varsity Cheerleader 10, Senior Dance 10, Glee Club 10, 11, Perl Welkin 11, 12, Madrigals 11, Kaleidoscope, Literary Editor 12. Wants to, hire male models for GentIeman's Quarterly. Likely ta, be on the cover of Sports' Illustrated. Mosier, Lynn - 1974, Omega, Class Treasurer 7, Mini-Singers 7, Sewing Club 7, Art League 7, 8, Varsity Swimming 7-10, 12, Minsrrels 8, Menehunees 8, Team Captain 8, Service League 9, 10, Glee Club 9-12, French Club 9-11, Photography Club 12, Wants to: be a saint. Likely to: be a Saint Bernard. N Nail, Doris - 1974, Delta, Mini-Singers 7, Modern Dance Club 7, 10, Theater Arts 8, 9, Art League 8, lntramurols 8-10, Minsrrels 9, Jr. Library Club 8, 9, Ecology Club 10, Terpsichord 11, 12, Glee Club 11, 12, Spanish Club 11, 12, Math Club 11. Wants to, help people decide what they want to be. Likely ra, send them to the moon. P Parsons, Pom - 1974, Omega, Mini-Singers 7, Intramurals 7-12, Glee Club 10, 11, Volleyball Manager 10, Creative Writing Club 11, 12, Perl-Welkln 11, Editor 12, Spanish Club 12, May Day Committee 12, Static 12. Wants ta, write like Hemingway and become a Charlie's Angel. Likely to, be script writer for Charlie's Angels. Payne, Susan - 1974, Delta, Student Council 7, Art League 7, 8, Mini-Singers 7, English Award 7-9, Latin Club 8, 10, Menehunees 8, Basketball Manager 8, 9, NEDT Award 8, 10, Service League 9, 10, Ecology Club 10, lntramurols 10, 11, Pep Club 9-11, Secretary 10, Varsity Cheerleader 10-12, Captain 11, 12, Static 1042, Assistant Editor 12, Senior Dance Club 10, 11, Library Club 10, Latin Award 10, Activity Letter 11, National Honor Society 11, 12, Areopagus 12, National Merit Semi-Finalist 12. Wants to, be owner of the Dallas Cowboys. Likely to, be water girl for their cheerleaders. Peacock, Nancy - 1974, Theta, Mini-Singers 7, Pep Club 7, Art League 7, 8, Cheerleader 7, Class Treasurer 8, Modern Dance Club 8, Theater Arts 8-12, Spanish Club 9, Student Council 9, Service League 9, 10, Senior Dance Club 10, Ecology Club 10, Biology, Math, and Spanish Awards 10, 4th place in District National Spanish Exam, Glee Club 10-12, Psychology Club 11, President, Debate Club 11, President, Spanish Award 11, oth place District National Spanish exam 11, Team Captain 11, Spanish Honor Society 10-12, National Honor Society 11, 12, Kaleidoscope 11, Editor-in-Chief 12. Wants to, be a successful doctor and restore on 85 year old house with antiques. Likely to, be an 85 year old house which needs a doctor. Platt, Cathy - 1977, Sigma, Ecology Club 10, Theater Arts 10, 11, President 12, Thespions 11, 12, Math Club 11, Library Club 11, Honor Council 11, Secretary 12, Brd place in cityfstate Spanish Ill competition, Glee Club 12. Wants to, be on art historian specializing in "The David". Likely to, draw stick figures for Chattanooga Advertising. Pratt, Becky - 1976, Omega, Theater Arts 9-12, Spanish Club 9, Intramurals 9, History I Award 9, Spanish I Award 9, Service League 9, 10, Glee Club 10- 12, 2nd place in National Spanish Contest 10, European History Award 10, Biology Award 10, Spanish Honor Society 10, 1st in state, 12th in nation in National Spanish ill Contest 11, National Honor Society 11, 12, Activity Letter 12, National Merit Semi-Finalist 12, May Day Committee 12. Wants to, be a pediatrician. Likely to, change diapers at the Children's Hospital. Price, Marci - 1974, Sigma, Mini-Singers 7, Art League 7, 8, Theater Arts 8, Current Events Club 8, Minsrrels 9, Spanish Club 9-11, Library Club 9, 10, Intramurals 9-12, Ecology Club 10, Glee Club 10, 11, Skeet Team 10, Track Team 11, 12, Activity Letter 12. Wants ta, the first woman on the moon. Likely to, be in outer space. px Reilly, Gay - 1974, Omega, Team Captain 7, lntramurols 7-11, Art League 8, Jr. Varsity Basketball 9, Varsity Basketball 10-12, various Basketball awards, Track Team 10, Ecology Club 10, Library Club 11, Pep Club 11, Spanish Club 11, 12. Wants to, be a forest ranger in the North Carolina mountains. Likely ta, fight fire with fire. Robinson, Sally - 1974, Delta, lntramurols 7-12, Sewing Club 7, Mini-Singers 7, Latin Club 8, Theater Arts 8, Spanish Club 9, 12, Minsttels 9, Team Captain 10, Ecology Club 11, Varsity Volleyball Manager 12. Wants to: be a loving wife and a mother of twelve. Likely to, be head psychiatrist at Moccasin Bend. S Samples, Deedra -- 1976, Omega, Theater Arts 9, Photography Club 9, lntramurols 9-11, Glee Club 10, 12, Ecology Club 10, French Club 10-12, Library Club 11. Wants to, be o Christian counselor. Likely to, be the flying nun. Shapiro, Judith - 1974, Sigma, Mini-Singers 7, Theater Arts 7, Modern Dance Club 7-9, Art League 8, Latin Club 8, Student Council 8, Menehunees 8, French Club 9, President 10, 11, 12, Service League 9, 10, Class Vice-President 10, Math Club 11, Vice-president, NEDT Award B, 10, Music Award 9, French Award 10, 11, National Honor Society 11, 12, Glee Club 12, Activity Letter 11, Areopagus 12, President. Wants to, be as tall as her rat. Likely to, be able to stand under a rot's stomach and still have plenty of head room. Sherrill, Nancy - 1974, Mini-Singers 7, Intramurals 7, Minsttels 8, 9, Latin Club 8, Menehunees 8, French Club 9, 11, Music Librarian 9-11, Ecology Club 10, Treasurer, Glee Club 10-12, Service League 10, Class Treasurer 11, Madrigals 11, 12. Wants to, be o black soul dancer. Likely to, spend a few years in Florida first. Shoemaker, Lori - 1974, Delta, Mini-Singers 7, Art League 7, 8, 12, Modern Dance Club 7-9, Theater Arts 7-12, Secretory 12, Minsttels 8, 9, Static 8, 9, Menehunees 8, Latin Club 8, French Club 9-11, Library Club 9, 10, Honor Council 10, Service League 10, Glee Club 9-12, Madrigals 11, 12, Thespians 11, President 12, National Honor Society 11, 12, 1st place in state, oth place in nation in National French Contest, National Merit Semi-Finalist. Wants to, be 5'5" and weigh 110 poounds. Likely to, play basketball for the Macs. Smolling, Margaret - 1976, Sigma, Theater Arts 9, Service League 9, 10, NEDT Award 10, Varsity Cheerleader 10, Pep Club 10, Glee Club 11, 12, Student Council 11, Corresponding Secretary 12, National Honor Society 12, National Merit Commended Scholar, May Day Committee 12, Wants to, be rich and famous. Likely to, be poor and infamous. Stagmaier, Susan - 1974, Theta, Mini-Singers 7, Modern Dance Club 7, Basketball Team 8, Minsttels 8, 9, Team Captain 7, 12, Intramurals 8-12, Theater Arts 9, Spanish Club 9, 11, Skeet Team 9, Golf Team 9, Glee Club 11, Math Club 11, Track Team 11. Wants to, go to Pompano on Spring Break, Likely to, stay here and get darker than those who go. Stone, Caroline - 1974, Sigma, Mini-Singers 7, Robin Hood Club 7, Theater Arts 8, Art League 8, Vice-president, Minsttels 9, Glee Club 10-12, Madrigals 11, 12, Ecology Club 10, French Club 9, 10, Skeet Team 10-12, lntramurols 10- 12, Class Vice-president 11, May Day Committee 12. Wants to, have a like Ann Margaret, looks like Bo Derek, and hair like Susan Anton. Likely to, be a Brick House - literally. Strain, Elizabeth - 1974, Omega, Chess Club 7, Arr League 7, Minsttels 8, 9, Library Club 8, 9, Current Events Club 8, Service League 9, 10, Ecology Club 10, lntramurols 7-9, Latin Club 10, Glee Club 11, 12, 11th place in Southeast regional French Contest. Wants to, rake arms against a sea of troubles. Likely to, take troubles against o sea of arms. ' Sutton, Jan - 1977, Delta, Intramurals 10-12, Spanish Club 10, 11, Swim Team Manager 11. Wants to, be a professional sun bother. Likely to: burn to o crisp. T Taylor, Barbie - 1974, Delta, Class President 7, Mini-Singers 7, Modern Dance Club 7-11, Art League 7, 8, lntramurols 7-9, 11, Jr. Varsity Tennis 7-9, Captain 9, Moth Award 7, 8, Theater Arts 8, Latin Club 8, 10, Menehunees 8, Library Club'8, 10, Student Council 8, 12, President 12, NEDT Award 8, 10, Janet Jackson Award 8, DB. Harn's Memorial Award 8, Team Captain 9, Basketball Team 9, Best Defensive, Varsity Basketball 10, Service League 9, 10, Activity Letter 10, intramural Letter 10, Ecology Club 10, President, Lisa Blake Award 10, Varsity Volleyball 10-12, Captain 12, All City 11, 12, Best Setter 11, Best Setter and Most Team Spirit 12, Varsity Tennis 10-12, Sportsmanship Award 11, Laura Holt Outstanding Athlete Award 11, National Honor Society 11, 12, Areopagus 12, National Merit Semi-Finalist 12, Maid of Honor to the May Queen 12. Wants to: go fishing in a cold stream. Likely to, make a warm catch. Terrell, Tina - 1974, Delta, Mini-Singers 7, Sewing' Club 7, Library Club 7, 11, Art League 7, 8, Math Club 7, Minsttels 8, 9, Latin Club 8, Spanish Club 9-11, Vice-president 12, Service League 9, 10, Glee Club 10-12, Ecology Club 10, National Spanish Honor Society 10-12, Madrigak 12. Wants to, be a movie star in the next Muppet Movie Cof course, as o muppetl. Likely to, sell Kentucky Fried Frog Legs. Tucker, Lindsay - 1977, Theta, Intramurals 10, 12, Varsity Basketball 10, 11, Static 10, 12, Sports Editor 12, Sophomore Bracelet 10, NEDT Award 10, Ecology Club 11, President, Perl-Welkln 11, Math Club 11, Library Club 11, President 12, National Honor Society 11, 12, Letterwomen's Club 11, 12, French National Honor Society 11, 12, oth place in regional French Contest, Areopagus 12, Assistant Coach for 7th grade Basketball Team 12, Honor Council 11, President 12, Presidents' Council 12, Varsity Tennis 12. Wants to, do something exciting with her life. Likely to, dance at the Tiki Hut. V Vieth, Linda - 1974, Omega, Mini-Singers 7, Art League 7, 8, Student Council 7, Modern Dance Club 7, 9, Menehunees 8, Latin Club 8, lntramurols 8, 9, Minsttels 8, 9, Christian Leadership Award 9,,French Club 9, Vice president, Service League 9, 10, Ecology Club 10, Activity Letter 10, Terpsichord 10, Kaleidoscope 10, 11, Glee Club 10-12, Madrigals 11, 12, Areopagus 12. Wants to, be o neurosurgeon. Likely to, be a chiropractor. W Wells, Mimi - 1974, Delta, Mini-Singers 7, Modern Dance Club 8, Intramurals 7-12, Pep Club 7, Cheerleader 7, Menehunee 8, Team Captain 8, Jr. Varsity Tennis Team 8, 9, French Club 9-11, Art League 10, Math Club 11, Ecology Club 11. Wants to: be a millionaire business woman. Likely to: be a millionaire business woman's servant. Woodworth, Anne - 1974, Delta, Mini-Singers 7, Art League 7, 9, Sewing Club 7, Modern Dance Club 7, Latin Club 8, Minsttels 8, 9, Menehunees 8, lntramurols 8, 11, Static 8, 10, Theater Arts 9, Service League 9, 10, Senior Dance 10, NEDT Award 10, French Club 10, 11, President 12, Pep Club 11, Skeet Team 11, Co-Captain 12, Math Club 10, Ecology Club 10, Letterwomen's Club 12. Wants to, travel through Europe on horseback. Likely to, have trouble finding a horse willing to swim the Atlantic. Woody, Rowan - 1974, Omega, lntramurols 7-12, Mini-Singers 7, Art League 8, Latin Club 8, Minsttels 9, French Club 9, Varsity Swimming 9, 11, Co-Captain 12, Coaches Award 9, Top Ten State Swimming in the 200 Medley Relay 9, Glee Club 10, 11, Senior Dance Club 10, French Club 11, Photography Club 12, Art League 12. Wants to, streak into Twentieth Century Fox. Likely to, cause uproarious laughter. Wright, Mary - 1974, Delta, Mini-Singers 7, Art League 7, 8, Latin Club 8, President, Menehunees 8, Intramurals 8-12, Modern Dance Club 9-11, French Club 9-12, Treasurer 12, Track Team 9-12, Captain 12, Service League 9, 10, Student Council 10, Track Top Performance Award 10, Ecology Club 11, Math Club 11, Varsity Cross Country 11, Letterwomen's Club 11, Sewanee Award for Excellence 11, Team Captain 12, Photography Club 12, Activity Letter 12, Kaleidoscope 12, Picture Editor. Wants to, celebate her birthday running through California with Burt Reynolds. Likely to, get mobbed by a crowd of women and suffer massive irjuries. Y Yendell, Jennifer - 1977, Omega, lntramurols 10, 11, Senior Dance Club 10, Frendt Club 10-12, Team Captain 11, Library Club 11, Volleyball Manager 12, Junior Achievement 12. Wants to, soil around the world in her Snipe. Likely to, well, whatever floats your boat! 65355 'Vwum q 3 if fl ww- n, vu, im.. ,. ol' vi IT , mg I- 19 U57 . .g:, .. k.hUMM,'M, . , . l , ,fe Of70r .l .Ls 1 , l :J , c7075 l W1 ff f I l,l ,Ji fi" y g if ...ai 3 3. 31.4. 2 . 1 ,B 1 . M l-W' , M M X, M W w -.Q .l The GPS girl we have showy? QL Is loved, respected, 'widely-Iinoyvnf For chorocrer ond highldeols, The srrengrh inregriry. reyeolsiw - She loves her school ond ls o porr Of inrromuroh, dromo, om 7 She's friendly, gracious, loycljjop. 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