Morristown Hamblen East High School - Itakha Yearbook (Morristown, TN)
- Class of 1965
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Text from Pages 1 - 240 of the 1965 volume:
within the World
the Seniors of
Morristown High School
Morristown High School-Our World To-
day-Our Past Tomorrow.
Our school. a sphere of activity within the
world. possesses us as we possess it. Soon.
however. we must yield ownership of this
world to those who follow.
Wlim'1l we find ourselves in new worlds. we
may at times desire to return. to seek ref-
uge from the dilfieulties of the new world
into which we have heen thrust: hut we
can never return. As time and place sepa-
rate us from our world of today,S2our ties
fade. until the only bond which remains is
that of memory.
It is our hope that the 1965
serve to spark memories
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ur World stands united in a
Jim Senter shows Janie Sharp one of the many interest centers displayed hy Mr. Phillips in the Biology class.
Linda Cogdill, a Home Economics major, finishes a
N garment to he modeled at the F.H.A. Style Show.
N Vocational Machine Shop offers the opportunity for those
who are interested to learn an employable skill. Odis Grif-
fith and Glenn Bryant demonstrate the use of the shaper
quest for knowledge
Throughout our academic en-
deavors, we seek the personal
satisfaction of understanding the
manifold ways of society. As our
days are filled with classes,
friends, and activities, we see
ourselves in a relationship of
individuals living and working
together, and we realize the
need for a deep sense of respon-
As we are inspired by God
and man, we rise to the chal-
lenge of learning and thus begin
our quest for knowledge.
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Democracy strengthened through
"Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom,
must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it."
N Mr. Brown develops within his students a keener awareness of the freedom which
prevails in our America.
academic progress . . .
Freedom is the greatest of God's gifts to
man. Understanding this, we must conscien-
tiously strive to eradicate all threats to our
freedom-whether these be physical or ideo-
To study the past is advisableg to learn
from it, essential. For knowledge through
enlightened education is the greatest foe of
any form of tyranny over the minds of men.
Consequently, we learn so that we may con-
tinue to preserve the freedoms that are ours.
Academic progress-Mary Hale completes a three-
minute timed writing without a single error.
The Youth of Uur World denotes the
"And praises sing to God the King, And peace to men
The kiss, snatch'd hasty from the shy maid. ,
season made for joys
Many moods are expressed in our
world of recreation while our world
of study is pushed aside for a moment.
We enjoy movies at the local drive-in,
joining friends at a hootenanny, or par-
ticipating in a favorite sport-but best
of all is a sweet "thank youi' at the
end of the evening-and a hoped-for
promise of a call tomorrow. These are
only a few of the joys which we ex-
perience during the season of youth.
Pam Trobaugh demonstrates that a pleasant hobby can also be a graceful art as she Jumps her prize wlnnlng horse Cottonstockms
Enthusiasm is enhanced h friendl
Trainer Walter Thorn sees that fullback Eddie Rhines
keeps a cool head in the heat of battle.
Through competition we experience the
joy of winning victories from hard-fought
foes, whether it be on the political plat-
form, on the gridiron, or in the field of
honors bestowed by fellow classmates.
Yet we must also face defeat with cour-
age and with the hope that next time
we will he the victors.
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We are increasingly aware of
a very real need to live in friend-
ly harmony with others during
our high school years. Whether
this means bringing a problem
to a teacher in whom we have
confidence, making friends with
the exchange students, or just
having a good time over a tasty
Pizza, friendship is an essential
part in the development of our
Aydin Eroglu and Mike Benning are amu ed at Janice Pan les attempts to fit together
the four parts of Aydin's Turkish ring.
ln the arts, we are inspired b the
It is said that within the heart
of every man lies dormant a hid-
den creation: a hope, a wish, an
undeveloped fervor, an unwritten
poem, a melody.
To the inspired individual there
is no unattainable goal-no wish
too dear, no problem insurmounta-
When the storehouse of mental
treasure is unlocked, one experi-
ences one of the most illuminating
and thrilling occurrences of his en-
soul of nature
beauty . . .
DR. CARL T. VANCE
Superintendent of Morristown City Schools A A ' 'P
MR. CHARLES H. STRANGE
Principal of Morristown High School
MR. MURRELL WEESNER MR. JACK PEMBERTON
Assistant Principal of Morristown High School Assistant Principal of Morristown High School
Morristown chool Commission . . .
TRACY W. PRATER, RUSSELL N. FISHER, JOE Q. DOUGHERTY. WILLIAM 0. HELMS. ROY S. OAKES.
Administrative Assistants . . .
MR. JAMES GADDIS,
B.A., MA.: Supervisor of
Morristown City Schools 3
Elnnry' nlul Henry College, lffmal
Tennessee Slnle University.
MRS. TOM FRYE.
Secretary and Bookkeeper lu
Superintemlent of City Schools.
Uffice . . .
MRS. l'AUl. D. GODDAIKD.
B.A.g Wnshinglon Stnle Uni-
versity, University of Tennes-
seeg Guidance Counselor.
MR. KENNETH V. PEARSON,
B.A., M.Ed.g Carson-Newman
College, University of Georgia,
Ess! Tennessee Slate Univer-
sity, University of Tennessee:
MRS. WILLARD CARTER, MRS. HENRY JONES,
A.B.g Sweet Briar College, Cafeteria Mmnger.
University nf Tennessee.
MR. JOSEPH RINER,
B.A., M.A.: Carson-Newman
College, University oi Tennes-
see: Ancndsmm Tucher.
Informed guidance counselors offer help and understanding to the
students of Morristown High School.
MRS. YATER BREEDING,
B.5.3 Centro Colle o, Univer-
sity of Tennessee, Clarson-New
msn College: Art I, II: Ad-
visor to Art Club.
MK. WENDELL E. FRANCIS.
B.A.: Csrson-Newman College:
Art I, English I: Advisor to
Bets HI-Y, Art Club.
Business Education . . .
MRS. H. EVAN MCKINLEY, MRS. JOHN SPIGCLE,
B.S.g Temple University, Uni- B-A-: CIIIOD-Nvvmlll Cvllvlei
versity of Tennessee: Slmrt- PIWIICII EdUClli0l'l. BOUHWUP'
lisnd, Clerical Practice. ini- TYDUIB I-
All Work and no play makes a very dull day.
MRS. KYLE THOMPSON,
B.S.g Carson-Newmln College,
En! Tennessee Stste Univsr
sity, University of Tennessee
Advisor to ITAKHA.
MR. MURRELL WEESNER.
M.A., A.B.g Tusculum College,
Duke University, University ol
Teuncsseeg Bookkeeping: As-
sistsntsnt Principal, Athletics
Business Manager, Advisor to
HURRICANE. Student Council.
MRS. AMY WHITE,
B.A.g Csrson-Ncwmsn College
Typing I. General Business
Advisor to Senior Y-Teens,
English . . .
MRS. JOHN R. CONKIN,
B.A.g Csrsnn-Newman College:
English Il, Speech, Advisor to
National Thespisn Society.
MRS. BURLEIGH DAVIS.
ILS., East Tennessee State
Universityg English II.
MR. RANDALL D. JOINES,
ILA.: Bob Jones University,
Tuseulum College, CIIBOIPNCW'
msn College: English Ill, IV.
MR. JOHN H. STOKELY. JR..
A.B, M.A.g Csnun-Newman
College, George Peabody Col-
lege, University of Tennessee:
English III, Genersl Mathe-
matics, Advisor to Alplu Hl'Y.
MRS. JOHN K. JONES,
B.S., M.S.: Milligan College,
East Tennessee State Univer-
sity, University of Tennessee:
English IV: Advisor to Beta
Club, High School Red Cross.
MRS. JASPER WATKINS,
B.A.: Csrson-Newman Collegeg
English III: Advisor to Beta
MISS LEAI-I ANNE GRAY,
A.B.: East Tennessee State
University, George Pesbody
College, Carson-Newman Col-
lege, English ll.
MISS ANNA BELLE KIL-
B.S., M.A.g Msdison College,
George Peabody College, Uni-
versity of Tennessee: English
Ig Advisor to Junior Y-Teens.
MRS. SARAH L. HILTEN.
B.A., M.A.g Eniory and Henry
College, Emory University,
University of Tennesseeg Eng-
MISS JO ELLEN OTTINGER,
A.B.3 Tusculum College,
George Peabody College: Eng-
lish I, II: Advisor to Alphs
MISS JANE HOHNER.
B.S., M.A.g Esst Tennessee
State University. George Pea-
body Collegeg English I.
MR. RALPH WESLEY
A.B., M.A.3 University of Ten-
nessee: English IV.
w "Please, family-hands off," declares Mrs. Hilten. "This cake is for our church bazaar."
Foreign Langua e . . .
MRS. EUSA A. BROWN,
B.A.: University nf Puerto
Rico, University of Tennessee:
Spanish I, ll: Advisor to
MR. DON McDONALD,
B.S.: East Tennessee State
University, Carson-Newman Col-
lege: Mechanical Drawing l, ll.
Library . .
MRS. CHARLES E. BROWN,
B.S.: Maryville College, Uni-
versity of Tennessee, South-
western Baptist Theological
Seminaryg Librarian: Advisor
to Library Club.
MISS AILEEN CATRON,
B.A.: Hivvassee College, East
Tennessee State University,
Carson-Newman Ccllegeg Latin
I: Advisor to Junior Classical
MR. EUGENE G. SMITH,
B.S.g University of Tennessee,
King College, Utah State Uni-
versity: Trade and Industrial
MRS. HARRY CUPP,
A.B., M.S.g Lincoln Memorial
University, University of Tenn-
esaeeg Librarian: Advisor to
MRS. ELEANOR M. SMITH,
15.5.3 Pennsylvania State Unl-
versity. Carson-Newman Col-
lege: English l, German I, ll:
Advisor lo Alpha Tri-Hi-Y,
MRS. HUGH M. TAYLOR.
B.A., M.A.: University of
Tennessee: Latin ll, lll, IV:
Advisor to Junior Classical
"Daddy, this is what we want for Christmas," David and Ann
Webb Saulsbury get a close view of the big fire truck just before
the Christmas parade.
Mathematics . . .
MRS. ERMA BRUMMITT,
B.S.: Radford College: Gen-
enl Mathematics, Algebra I:
Advisor to Bets Tri-Ht-Y.
MISS CHARLES GRACE
A.B.: Carson-Newman College,
glniverslty ol Tennessee: Alge-
MRS. GLENN RUTHERFORD.
B.A.: University of Tennessee:
Algebra I, Unified Geometry:
Advisor to Future Teachers
MRS. WILLIAM H. WILSON.
B.S.: Dsvis-Elkins College,
University of Tennessee: Alge-
MB. ODUS 1. MILLER.
MRS. JAMES M. PHILLIPS.
B.A.: Carson-Newman Cnllvgv. B.S.: East Tennessee State-
University ol Tennessee, Tenn-
essee Polytechnic Institute:
Arithmetic, Algebra I.
Music . . .
MRS. MABEL DUNKIIIK
B.M., M.A.: Westminster Choir
College, Appulacluisn Stste
Teachers College: Chorus I,
II, Concert Choir, Glee Club,
World Geography: Advisor to
Glee Club, Concert Choir.
Ph sical Education . . . Health . . .
MR. BURLEICH DAVIS,
B.S.: Tennessee Wesleyan Col-
lege, East Tennessee State Uni-
versity: Physicsl Education,
Head Football Conch, Track
MR. SAM H. I-IUMPHREYS,
B.S.: University of South Car-
olina: Physical Education,
Health: Advisor to Student
Council, Assistant Football
MR. JAMES W. SAIJLSBUIKY.
B.S.: East Tennessee Stats
University: Physical Education,
Health, Assistant Football
University, University of Ten-
nessee: Unified Geometry.
MR. WILLIAM B. BIDDLE,
B.A.: Csrson-Newman College,
Vander Cook College: Sym-
phonic and Marching Bands.
MRS. MAURICE WILLIAMS,
B.S.: East Tennessee State
University: Physical Education:
Advisor to Bowling League.
Science . . .
MII. FRANK HOLDER,
H.S.g Carson-Newman College:
Biology, Chcmietryg Advisor to
Golf Team, HURRICANE.
MRS. JOHN A. NORTHERN,
I3.S.: Maryville College. Cer-
son-Newman College, Univer-
sity of Tennessee: General
MR. GENE L. QUARLES,
B.S., M.A.g Ent Tennessee
State University, Furman Uni-
versity, P h y s i c s, Advanced
Mathematics: Basketball Coach.
MR. EDWARD C. LONG,
B.S.: University of Georgia,
University of Tennessee: Bi-
MR. JAMES M. PHILLIPS,
ILS., Millignn College, Tenn-
essee Tech: Biology.
Mr. Holder demonstrates how to find the composition of water by
MRS. JIM W. STAMBAUGH,
B.S.7 Carson-Newman College,
Univereit of Kentuclr ' Chem
Y Y '
istryg Advisor to Checnlenders,
MR. RAYMOND WILLIAMS,
B.S.g Carson-Newman College:
General Scienceg Freshman
Football Coachg Advisor to
MRS. H. W. WOLFE,
B.S., M.S.g Carson-Newman
College, University of Virginia,
University of Tennessee: Gen-
ocial tudies . . .
MR. RONALD L. BRIGGS,
B.S.: University of Tennessee:
World History, Economics: Arl-
visor to Key Club.
MR. JOHN THOMAS KING,
B.S.: University of Tennessee:
Psychology, Sociology. Civics:
Advisor to Alpha Hi-Y.
MR. CHARLES E. BROWN,
B.S., M.R.E.: East Tennessee
State University, Adams State
College, Southwestern Baptist
Theological Seminary: Ameri-
MISS GRACE CATRON.
B.A., M.A.: Carson-Newman
College: University of Tenn-
essee: American History, Latin
I: Advisor to Junior Y-Teens,
Junior Classical League.
MRS. RALPH MASENGILL,
B.S.: University of Tennessee:
Civics, American History.
MRS. NANCY ROARK,
B.S.: Lincoln Memorial Univer-
sity, University of Tennessee,
Arkansas State University:
World Geography: Advisor to
MRS. PHYLLIS SHAVER,
B.A.: Maryville College: World
Vocational Agriculture and Home Economics
MR. DENVER J. RUTH,
B.S., M.S.: Lincoln Memorial
University, University of Ten-
nessee: Vocational Agriculture:
Advisor to Future Farmers of
Mas. LUTHER M. DeBUSK,
ILS.: University of Tennessee:
Vocational Home Economics I,
II, III: Advisor to Futura
Home-makers of America Chap-
MRS. ZONA H. KELLEY,
M.S.: University of Tennessee:
Vocational Home Economics I,
II, III: Advisor to Fixture
Homemakers of America Chap-
MR. W. B. KEEZEL,
B.S.: East Tennessee State
University. University of Tenn-
essee: World History, Mechani-
cal Drawing: Basketball Coach,
MRS. BETSY H. SMITH,
B.S.: University of Miami,
Tusculum College, Carson-
Newman College: Sociology.
MRS. EUGENE G. SMITH,
B.S.: Carson-Newman College,
University of Tennessee: Vo-
cational Home Economics: Ad-
visor to Student Council, Fu-
ture Homemakers of America
Chapter II, Anchor Club.
Student Council promote
Vice-President: Secretary 1 Treasurer :
Lynda Rinlnler Barbara Vaughn J0lll'!I1y Cranford
Student Council members-under the supervision of Mr. Weesner and Mrs. McKinley-plan and type the 1964-
65 M H S Student Directory.
Lea Wayne Smith
Student Council President, Tommy Hale, explains to other members of the Council that the Hamblen
County Election Commission has granted permission to use the voting machine in the 1966 student
school spirit . . .
Student Council Advisors: Mr. Sam Humphreys. Mrs. Katherine Smith and Mr. Murrcll Wee-sner
Striving to promote cooperation and har-
mony in all phases of school life, this year's
Student Council has sponsored many varied
In addition to the annual projects which
include presenting the Harvest Festival, pub-
lishing the student directory, preparing club
schedules, holding student elections, and
promoting school spirit through dress-up
and color days, the council has initiated sever-
al new projects. "Beat Kingsport Week" was
proclaimed and sponsoredg two freshman
orientation programs, designed to introduce
new students to the school and its organiza-
tions, were offeredg and the constitution of
the Student Council was completely revised.
JUNIOR MEMBERS SOPHOMORE
Johnny Miller MEMBERS
Peter Stephenson Stanley Johnson
Janice Russell Kay Kinser
Lynne Anne Smith
The Itakha depicts ou
Mrs. Kyle Thompson, ITAKHA Advisor, works with Co-editors Margaret Perry and Donna Ramsey in planning page lay-
outs, captions and write-ups.
Mary Elizaliulh Hill
Top Ad Salesmenz
Lea Way'ne Smith
hi h school days . . .
Twenty people assigned to one room! We do hope the new school will provide
working space for other ITAKHA Staffs.
Senior Directory Assistant:
Our friends, our school and our town are
a part of our world within the world.
Through word and picture the 1965 ITAKHA
Staff attempted to present the many different
facets that make our world a part of the whole
To capture exciting and important moments,
to relate every day events and happenings and
to offer a hook that will stir your memory in
later years has been the aim of this staff.
J ay Wilson
compiled and published
Editor: Susan Crafton
Innovations sparked THE HURRICANE, Morristown
High School's student newspaper, this year as the staff
gave the school community a printed edition distributed
free each week.
The new offset process enabled the staff to produce
more pictures, sharper copy and brighter pages in each
Friday's issue. The latest news and more details about
coming events highlighted each double paged weekly
while a larger monthly issue offered features illustrated
by staff-made photographs and colorful drawings. '
Head Ad Salesman:
Mary Ann Isbell
Writing, typing, mimeographin
are all necessary to produce th
weekly and monthly issue 1
the HURRICANE but the mo:
Weekly by Hurricane Staff . . . ADSALESMEN
Advisors: Mr. Frank Holder and Mr. Murrcll Weesncr
lifficult job of all is for fifteen
vgople to work in a room 91,5x
Leadership, achievement, and service
President: Vice-President: Corresponding
Diana Dearing Anne Bacon
Mr. Frank Holder Mr. Randall
Senator Herbert Walters addresse
the members of the Beta Club the
advisors, parents and other guests
recognized b Beta
The members of the Beta Club endeavor to
stimulate within the student body a sincere de-
sire for greater scholastic improvement. Each
member is required to maintain a "B" average,
to hold fast to principles of honesty, to endeavor
constantly to maintain a creditable record, and
to cultivate and conduct the principles of service
An impressive initiation ceremony for the new
members was held in November at the Morristown
Power Building with Senator Herbert Walters as
the guest speaker.
With the thought that through serving others
we best serve ourselves, the Beta Club members
prepared baskets at Thanksgiving, sent fruit to
Hamblen Hall and contributed toys for Greene
Valley Hospital and School.
Advisor : Advisor: AdViS0l'2
Mrs. John K. Mr. John Stokely MTS- JHSPCT
me annual initiation service held at
me Morristown Power Building.
Anchor Club achieves man
Advisor : President : Vice-President :
Mrs. Katherine Smith Martha Mitchell Janice Wright
The highlight of the Pilot Cluh Christmas Banquet was a play presented by these
members of the M.H.S. Anchor Club.
Anchor Club advisors are recognized for their services with gifts presented by Pilot
ambitious goals . . .
Secretary: Treasurer: Advisor :
Anne Hileman Deanna Long Mrs. Jim Stambaugh
The Anchor Club is a newly formed service organization sponsored by
the Pilot Club of Morristown, Inc. and Pilot International. Anchor serves
the school and community through initiative, leadership, experience, and
The Anchor Club has taken a very active part in school activities by
participating in the Petticoat Olympics and by conducting a successful Har-
vest Festival project. Members earned service hours by working in the
high school office during the summer months, sponsoring a luncheon for
the teachers during in-service training, and serving refreshments on Teacher
Anchors have served those in need by collecting used eyeglasses and
frames for the New Jersey Eye Center, by saving stamps for the veterans
at the Johnson City VFW Hospital, and by sending soap scraps overseas.
In cooperation with Morristown Pilots, the members have also participated
in a safety project.
The club extended courtesy to tourists through the Hospitality Center
at David Greene Bridge and greeted visitors at the United Fund Booths.
Service was also given to the retarded children through day camp and
The uniforms and crest made and displayed by Anchor
Club members are examples of the hard work which
has made this newly organized club a notable success.
Senior Y-Teens develop
President: Vice President: Secretary: Treasurer:
Judy Hayter Suzie Fields Darlene Seals Linda Allen
The National Chapter of the YWCA, represented at Morristown
High School by the Senior Y-Teens, endeavors to establish high
standards of Christian conduct in high school junior and senior
Members must maintain a "Ci, average and mustbe willing to
devote their time and efforts to the projects in which the club
During the year, the club sponsored a project at the Har-
vest F estivalg distributed Thanksgiving basketsg and participated
in the Petticoat Olympics. The club also attended various
churches as a group throughout the year.
Members of the Senior Y-Teens assemble at the Lutheran Church of the Good
Shepard to attend the Sunday moming worship service.
hristian attitudes . . .
It's clean-up time as the club spends Saturday morning dusting, mopping and waxing the teachers' lounge.
Senior Y-Teens advisors: Mrs. Don White and Mrs. Ralph Masengill, Jr.
Junior Y-Teens encourage
President : Vice-President: Secretary : Reporter:
Jeannie Rueseher Rowena Williams Barbara Lowe Janice Jones
Rowena Williams, Jeannie Ruescher, and June Carpenter, wno had a hand in winning first place
at the Petticoat Olympics, proudly display their trophy.
Any freshman or sophomore girl who maintains a "C" average, wishes
to build a Christian fellowship of young women, and is devoted to the
task of realizing social living may become a member of the Junior Y-
The club, sponsored by the YWCA, raised funds by participating in
the Harvest Festival and the Petticoat. Olympics. They also enjoyed
a Christmas party and various other social events.
The Junior Y-Teens seek the true meaning of the Christian way of
life in order that they might live in harmony and understanding with
others. ln keeping with this objective, the club attended different churches
at designated times during the year.
lub Completes valuable
President : Vice-President: Secretary:
Lynn Phillips Johnny Thompson David Trent
Service minded Key Clubbers sort magazines to send overseas.
Harrison, B. .
Harold Hale and Steve Holt aid the look of the
First Aid Room.
Everyone is grateful to the members
the Key Club who built the stable l
service projects . . .
Harold Hale Mr. Ronald Briggs
Notable services which have been beneficial to the school and
community have been sponsored by the Morristown Key Club. Carnpus
beautification has been promoted by the club placing trash cans at
convenient locations, and the stable for the annual Christmas pageant
was built by members of the club. Other projects included helping
the Chamber of Commerce set up the Christmas Parade by directing
the visiting bands to their designated positions, and collecting in-
formational magazines to be sent to our school teachers, missionaries,
and Peace Corps workers abroad.
The Key Club, sponsored by Kiwanis International, annually sends
delegates to its district and national conventions. To raise necessary
funds, they sold concessions for the Mutual Concerts, parked cars
and checked hats at the country club, provided twenty-five boys as
extras for the Passion Play, and conducted a "slave day" sale.
The membership is comprised of sophomore, junior, and senior
young men who maintain a "C" average and commit themselves to
devote a required amount of time working on service projects.
e Nativity Scene.
Key Club Sweethearts: Miss Pat Whitson and
Miss Claudia Capps
John Sides. Doug Davis. Jimmy Owen, and Wayne Smith adorn the
school with welcome signs for convention delegates.
Right: Visitors get "pinned" and registered upon
arrival Friday evening.
Delegates "sing along with Backstromn during the opening
Morristown hosts Hi-Y
Morristown became a "convention city,"
when the 1964- East Tennessee District Hi-Y,
Tri-Hi-Y Conference was held at Morristown
High School. The theme of the annual event
was "Freedom-the Challenge."
The patriotic theme of the convention,
"Freedom-the Challenge," was emphasized
throughout the weekend in workshops, and
in the stirring key-note address delivered by
Dr. William Lee from Tusculum College, a
refugee from Communist China.
Right: Saturday workshops informed and stimu-
Tri-Hi-Y District Convention . . .
After a busy day the interest turned to
the lighter side featuring a banquet, a de-
lightful address by Dr. Ruth Stephens and
a "sock hop" to top off the evening.
Right: Delegates feast at the banquet in the trusty,
old MHS cafeteria.
Officers and sponsors played a vital role in keeping the conference "moving"
Special guests and officers attending the banquet are Dr. Stephens, .lay
Wilson, president, Mr. Clif Backstrom, State YMCA Secretary, Mary Eliza-
beth Hill, recording secretary, and Miss Jo Ellen Ottinger, advisor.
After attending the worship service Sunday
morning at the First Presbyterian Church,
a successful convention came to a close with
countless memories and moments of inspira-
Marilyn Dountz and Jay Wilson really get into the
"swing of things" Saturday night.
Clark, J. A.
Alpha Tri-Hi-Y . . .
President: Vice-President : Secretary: Treasurer :
Marilyn Dountz Linda Hayter Martha Magill Diana Dearing
ReP0rter: Chaplain : Sergeant-at-Arms:
Elizabeth 'Wilson Joan Abbott Lea Wayne Smith
H'll, M. E. , , , ,
I The Alpha Trl-H1-Y, made up of Junior and
senior young women, maintained its spirit of
service by participating in numerous projects.
EEQLCMI A. Under the sponsorship of the Lions Club,
-king? 5-S the organization collected money for the blind
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on "Gum Day," sold tlCk6lS for the American
History Museum, and donated money to the
John F. Kennedy Memorial Fund. Several
llllfggf, members of the club participated in the pro-
Illaiiefsohfif J- duction of The Passion Play and represented
Cf 1 - . . . .
ry the Alpha Tri-H1-Y 1n the annual Christmas
Parade by riding on the floats.
Th A Advisor : Advisor:
V ompsgn' ' Miss .lo Ellen Mrs. Eleanor Smith
wee' ' Ottin er
van Gilder, B. 5
Alpha Hi-Y . . .
President : Vice-President: Secretary : Treasurer:
.limmy Owen Collin Ballance Robert Justice Doug Davis
Reporter : Chaplain : Parliamentari an :
Gary Blackburn Terry Brimer Bobby Houk
In service to their home, school and community, the Alpha Hi-Y
has participated in numerous beneficial activities. The club assisted
in cleaning the Morristown-Hamblen Day Care Center, built a float
for the Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade, prepared Christmas
baskets for underprivileged families, provided a beautiful Christmas
tree for the front of the school, supported the Youth and Government
Program in Nashville, and served as co-hosts to the annual Hi-Y con-
Funds to support these projects were raised by co-sponsoring the
Hi-Y-Key Club football game.
Mr, Tom King
Mr. John Stokely
Some triumphant members of the Hi-Y football team pause to display their
Hi-Y-Key Club trophy and football.
Willia ms, L.
Barbee, J .
Beta Tri-Hi-Y . . .
President: Vice-President: Secretary: Treasurer: Chaplain:
Robbie Gail Benning Harriet Harris Kay Kinser Carolynn
Kathy Bible Margaret
An eventful year for the
Beta Tri-Hi-Y was made pos-
sible through many fields of
service. Among these activ-
ities were the adoption of a
ugrandmothef' at Hamblen
Hallg the promotion of an
American History Museum
in collaboration with their
co-sponsors, the Hamblen Ki-
wanis Club: the sponsoring
of a L'Teacher Appreciation
Dayi' every nine weeks dur-
ing which apples, carnations.
and similar tokens were dis-
tributed: the participation in
Youth and Government held
in Nashville: and serving as
co-hosts to the annual Hi-
Y - Tri-Hi-Y Convention
held in Morristown.
Parliamen- Advisor: Advisor:
.tarian: Mrs. Erma Mrs. Nancy
Ginny Taylor Brummitt Roark
An oriental touch is added as members
of the Beta Tri-Hi-Y try their hand in
the art of fortune telling at the annual
Members of the Beta Tri-Hi-Y pose for a scrapbook snapshot after participating in the
various events of the Petticoat Olympics.
President: Vice-Presidentg Secretary: Treasurer: Chaplain: Sergeant-an arms:
John Sides Duggan Bradley Cleve Horner Steve Goodson Jimmy SCIIICF Ronald Harrold
Mr- Wendell Francis Mr. Raymond Williams 5133263 D-
Scheduled meetings of the
Beta-Hi-Y were planned to
enlighten members in parlia-
mentary procedure, and the Rhea B
club's objectives, constitution smug,
The young men of the
club, composed of freshmen
and sophomores, promoted
growth in the experiences of Wemlinger G
Christian leadership. In co- Wright,S,,
Sweethearts: Miss Rebecca Penland
Miss Rebecca Gratz
operation with other Hi-Y
and Tri-Hi-Y chapters of the
school, the Beta-Hi-Y served
as co-hosts to the annual
President, John Sides, acquaints members of the Beta Hi-Y with the fundamental principles of parliamentary procedure
Mr. Eugene Smith
T811 Club seeks
Plans for an eventful year were completed by club officers: Melha Painter, Billy Seals,
Charlotte Marshall, Nancy Brown, Mike Jones, Teddy Lowe and club advisor, Mr. Smith.
Crowds gather to hear the sound of "16
Tons" which was a successful part of the
variety show at the Harvest Festival.
These members of the TSI club helped to make the banquet for their employers an
career guidance . . .
The chain gang of T811 is off for another day of hard labor!!
Through the joint efforts of the Trade and Industrial in-
structor and the businessmen of our town, job opportunities
and career training are made available to Morristown High
School junior and senior students who wish to work and also
attend school. An interest in a future career is promoted in
addition to earning a high school credit.
This year Morristown High School representatives attended
a convention in Memphis and the annual regional contest which
was held in Johnson City. The club also won the softball cham-
pionship game' and attended a skating party.
Second place was won by the club in the state wide competition for their excellent
proyect displaying the various stages of chair construction. A design of multi-colored
upholstery was arranged for a background for the display.
Efficient performance of duties
President: Vice President: Secretary: Treasurer: Historian:
Helen Windom Ruth Ann Johns lxatrma Wright Betty Farmer Leanne Heath
The use of the MHS Library is made easier by the efficient
Brooks, J. , I , i
Buda, A, functioning of the sixty-three members of the Library Club.
Cannon' F' Students who maintain a good scholastic standing and endeavor
to create a greater interest in reading and using books are eligible
for membership in the organization.
Members are assigned duties to perform each period such as
Cash, A. filing cards, pamphlets and newspaper clippingsg shelving booksg
Collins. S- mending books and magazinesg typing reading listsg and offering
Cosson, J. . . . . .
1nd1v1dual 3SSlSt3DC6 to students 1n reference work.
The library is favorably recognized by the faculty and student
body for the artistic and creative bulletin boards prepared on
topics of current interest.
Beautification Queen Candidate: Anne Buda
is displayed b the Librar lub
Social Chairman: Reporter: Chaplain: Sentinel: Sentinel:
Diane Hurst Carolyn Pratt Janice Lowen Pat Patterson Madeline Lowen
The lawlessness of MHS is checked by the Library Club as they collect
fines from violators at the Harvest Festival.
The processing of books, a never ending job, is efficiently done by the
Library Club Sponsors, Mrs. Harry Cupp and Mrs. Charles Brown.
Landis, V .
Students volunteer services
Office Assistants with Mr. Weesner are Barbara DeArmond and Elaine Odom.
Office assistants gain practical
experience in office work by per-
forming varied tasks in the book-
store, the guidance office and the
The administration and faculty
appreciate these students who vol-
unteer their services to perform
these duties and responsibilities.
Kay Wester and Mary Hal Hale are compiling
the absentee report for Mrs. Thompson.
Guidance Assistants: Geraldine Pendergrass, Sandra Purkey,
Linda Williams, and Christine Mayes.
as office assistants . . .
Mrs. Carter, Jonnie Smith, and Suzanne Holt are convinced that locating one student
among 1,700 is not an easy task!
Mr. Weesner's Office Assistants: Nancy Hodge, Mary Masoner, Brenda Kiser, and Karen Davis.
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American High School Bed Cross Council
Chairman: Vice-Chairman 81 Reporter:
Janie Britt J ay Wilson
Bobbie Vance Mrs. John K. J0nes
' Peterson, G.
These members of the Red Cross Council have found that enjoyment and satisfacl
provides enjo ment for those in need
The Red Cross emblem, composed of five equal squares representing
Tradition, Hope, Faith, Love, and Service, has been honored by the
Morristown High School Red Cross Council.
The Council has members from the freshman, sophomore, junior
and senior classes who have enjoyed mailing, collecting and sending
holiday and birthday gifts to Hamblen Hall, Eastern State Hospital,
Greene Valley Hospital, and Mountain Home. These gifts included
fruit, food, clothing, toys, scrapbooks and holiday favors.
derived from helping others.
Taylor, J. S.
Future Teachers enlightened
Presidentg Vice President: Secretary:
Jeanne Bishop Gloria Wright Janet Bunch
The Future Teachers of America, a national organization,
offers membership to any student who might be seeking
the field of teaching as a career.
After the members are acquainted with the basic quali-
ties of the successful teacher, the senior members advance
their knowledge in an actual teaching experience under
the supervision of local elementary school instructors.
During the past year they attended a joint tea with
the local chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma, distributed
baskets at Christmas, participated in the Clean-Up Cam-
paign, and sponsored a dart throw at the Harvest Festival.
Future Teacher of the Year: Jeanne Bishop
through experience . . .
Treasurer: Historian : Parlia mentarian :
Glenna Graham Doris Lewis Edith Hut
Advisor: Mrs. Glenn Rutherford
Russell, J .
As future teachers study the NEA Ioumal, they form constructive ideas for their day of
teaching in the grammar schools.
Thespians encourage student
President : Vice-President: Secretary:
Cary Blackburn Jay Wilson Gloria Wright
Cary Blackburn, student director, explains to the cast of the Freshman-Sophomo
Chris Schultz, Margaret Perry, and Glenna Graham assisted Mrs. Conkin in the
difficult task of selecting a play.
interest in dramatics . . .
Janet Bunch Carolyn Scott
my the need for more expression.
The lowering of the curtain of the 1964-
65 school year brought to a close an enjoy-
able year for the Morristown Thespian Troupe
Membership in the organization is earned
by participation in high school dramatics.
This year the troupe successfully produced
and directed their annual Freshman-Soph-
omore Play, There Arose Such A Clatter.
The troupe presents two awards each year.
The Best Thespian Award is given to the
person most active in dramatics throughout
the year, and the senior who has contributed
the most to dramatics during his four years
in high school receives the Senior Drama
Thespian advisor: Mrs. John R. Conkin
Front Row: C. Beier, C. Freeman, L. Williams, J. Williams, B. Patty, B. Ferguson, M. Thompson, E. Thompson, T. Stuart. Second Row
Miss A. Catron fadvisorl, G. Benning, S. Carson, D. Blake, B. Beets, D. Hare, P. Rogers, J. Cohen, D. Davis, D. Long, F. Carter, K. Kinser
Mrs. H. Taylor fadvisorl, Third Row: B. Brock, M. Marsh, K. Needham, C. Wolfe, D. Tuttle, D. Breeding, S. Sharpe, J. Gray, T. Cralnik
T Haggerty, H. Harris, W. Milligan, P. Long, L. Bryant. Fourth Row: J. Noe, H. Read, P. Smith, E. Rhines, R. Pittman, B. Bradley, C
Wilson, R. Covington, C. Lewis, E. Spoone, A. Kelley, C. Morrell, M. Adams.
an interest in our Roman Heritage . . .
The ,lunior Classical League strives to awake in its mem-
bers an interest in and an appreciation for the times,
life, culture, and language of the ancient Romans. By
showing how much of our culture and language is de-
rived from the Romans, it teaches Latin students to
apply their knowledge of Roman history to modern life.
Any high school student of Latin is eligible to join
this club, which is sponsored by the American Classical
League. The Junior Classical League participates in school
activities and has a clean-up project each' year. Many
members create interesting projects exemplifying life
as it 'appeared to the ancient Roman. The most repre-
sentative of these are displayed in the library each year.
President: Vice President:
Helen Read Richard Reed
Waynah Milligan Christopher Schultz
Toward New Horizons
President: Vice-President : Secretary : Treasurer
Diana Robbie Susan Judy
Dearing Quinton Carson Gray
Future Homemaker of the Year: Doris Lewis
F.H.A. Chapter I . . .
Reporter: Historian: Song Leader: Advisor:
Barbara Marianna Shadeline Mrs. Zona H.
Lowe Ewing Parker Kelley
Service projects in which club members partici-
pated were: donating food baskets to needy families,
taking par in the Clean-Up Project, the FFA-FHA
Banquet, the PTA-BIE Night and hemming blan-
kets for the Day Care Center. Some of the funds
needed to sponsor these projects were raised by
participating in the Harvest Festival.
Numerous girls promoted club progress by work-
ing on Chapter, Junior, and State Degrees of
gtatsnlflomemaker Degree Awards were received by Doris Lewis and Linda
og 1 .
Experiences in leadership through
Goan, C. '
President : Vice-President: Secretary: Treasurer: Reporter: Pa rliamentarian
Patricia Kathy Deanna Ann Lois Ginger
Livesay Turner Long Gibson Shaver Freeman
1964 Beautification Queen: Miss Sharon Blake
The knowledge and skills learned in Home Economics classes are applied by these
FHA members as- they make gifts for underprivileged children and prepare to dis-
FH hapter II . . .
Historian: Chaplain I Song Public Advisor:
Janice Vickie Leader: Relations: Mrs, Eugene
Pangle Landis Margaret Linda Smith
The Future Homemakers of
America participated in nu-
merous service and social ac-
tivities. Among these were the
Harvest Festival, F FA-FHA
social and banquet, an initia-
tion tea, a slumber party for
new members, making cookies
and candy for faculty mem-
bers, making doll clothes for
underprivileged children, and
corresponding with pen pals
from other lands.
The club practices leader-
ship by taking part in local,
regional and state activities
of the FHA.
Future Homemaker of the Year: Anne
tribute homemade cookies and candy to faculty members.
Shipley, M. E.
Van Gilder, R.
Education strengthened for futul
President: Vice-President: Secretary :
Anita Young Shirley Seal Patricia Bireley
Reporter: Photographer: Chaplain :
Rebecca Hale Judy Lilly Carolyn Hurt
Progress in education and leadership was devel-
oped through the projects adopted by the FHA Ill.
Candidates for Degrees of Achievement completed
programs, surveys, and projects centered around the
clulfs national objectives.
Activities for the year included a picnic with first
year students as the special guests, participation in
the FHA Fashion Show at the TVA8rl Fair, the FFA-
FHA fall social and spring banquet, a Christmas
caroling party, participation in the Harvest Festival,
and the adoption of a "Grandmother,' at Hamblem
State Homemaker Degrees were earned
by Nancy Hodge and Brenda Pangle.
Brenda was also named Future Home-
maker of the Year.
roles b FH Ill . . .
Treasurer: Parliamentarian : Historian :
Jam1e Bumett Sharon Bryant Lynn Cosson
Song Leader: Advisor:
Jane Bell Mrs. Mattie Lee DeBusk
McCall's Teen Fashion Board Representative, Mary Elizabeth Hill, and Betty Crocker
Award Winner, Carolyn Hurt, display the latest in fashion news as they decorate
a bulletin board for the FHA.
Good food and red stockings filled with presents made a wonderfull Christmas party
for the Special Education class at Sherwood School.
Front Row: B. Helton, C. Stuart, B. Hopson, J. Capps, J. Buchannon, W . McKinney, G. Lowe, J. Fullington, R. Woods, C. Whitehead, B.
Cotter, B. Manning, M. NeSmith, I. Sauceman, J. Kimbrough. Second Row:R. Rhea, R. Bridges, G. Carpenter, R. Roberts, M. Purkey, S. Hale, C.
Drinnon, P. Greene, D. Purkey, B. Myers, J. Clahorn, L. Ivy, G. Cardner, B. Howerton, D. Masengil. Third Row: T. Raines, B. Moss, J. Drinnon,
D. Crider, R. Laster, C. French, S. King, D. Darnell, C. Craine, L. Davis, G. Cody, C. Williamson, B. Wolfe, C. Johnson, D. Waites, H. Dicker-
son, D. Trent, H. Cook, C. Freeman.
Receiving the honor of "Superior" rating from
the National Organization for Vocational Agricul-
ture for the seventh consecutive year, the FF A fur-
ther promoted modern farming methods. The -Mor-
ristown Chapter sponsored and participated in the
Hamblen County FFA and 4-H Fair, the Fat Calf
Show and Sale, and the Soil Juding Contest. Other
activities-included participation in public speaking,
an informative display of parliamentary procedure
at Business-Industry-Education Night, Livestock and
Dairy Judging Contest, the distribution of Christ-
mas food baskets, and the promotion of fire pre-
vention and farm safety in Hamblen County.
The baking ability of Diana Dearing, the FFA Sweetheart, is put to a test as she
serves freshly baked cookies to members of the club.
Art appreciation enhanced b the Art Club . .
President: Vice.Pre5idemg Secretary: Treasurer: Reporter: Se,-5eam.ag.arm5
Margaret Perry Jacqueline Beasley Suzanne Trent Donna Ramsey Karen SPTOICS Cary Treece
Beck, T. Oyer, C.
Demonbreun, C. Paxton, M.
Horner, G. Sides, J.
Hudgens, B. Sprinkle, M.
Kirk, M. Taylor, G.
LeFevers, R. Taylor, J.
Enrlchlnv student appreciation for
art has been enhanced by the worth
while projects sponsored by the Art
The Portrait-Painting Booth at the
Harvest-Festival proved to be one of
the most successful booths sponsored.
The club spent many hours in design-
ing patterns for the covering of the
front windows of the school with
"Artist of the Month" is selected
from club members on the basis of
work accomplished. From those chosen,
an "Artist of the Year" will be se-
A trip to the Craftsman's Fair at
Gatlinburg is always a highlight of
the club's activities.
Suzanne Trent, talented member of the Art.Club, adds
the finishing strokes on Carolyn Williams' portrait at
the Harvest Festival. Karen Sproles assists in displaying
Art Club Advisor: Mrs. Yater Breeding
Davina Bolinger Janice Rines
Not pictured: Secretary:
Vice-President: Susan Bowie
i Susan Hartman
Advisor: Sue Williams and Linda McKinney help make the
Mrs, Maurice Williams Bowling League's project at the Harvest Festival
a real success.
Bowling provides fun and relaxation . . .
The Bowling League is composed of ten teams Caldwell, C.
sponsored by private businesses in the city. Each Champ, P.
week the teams compete for the highest score.
At the end of the season a trophy is awarded to
the winning team.
The girls perfect their technique through re-
gular practice and stiff competition. Henson, Lb
The League endeavors to promote student in- ilgnes,
terest in bowling by encouraging physical edu- JI'
cation classes to participate in the sport after
W Moore, P.
W Powell, C.
Beverly Berry smiles confidently as she attempts to score the winning strike.
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Vice-President: Linda Russell
Secretary: Cary Hurley
Reporter: Lynn Ayers
At the home of Mrs. Smith, the members of the Concert Choir prepare and
enjoy a "spaghetti supper."
Profound standards of ex-
cellence and quality have been
promoted in the choral pro-
gram of MHS.
The Concert Choir of forty
voices, selected by individual
audition, have performed for
various civic clubs, at the Na-
tivity Scene, and in an in-
formal Christmas Carol serv-
Concentrated effort was ap-
parent in the preparation of
music for the East Tennessee
Vocal Aujudication and the
Senior Graduation ceremonies.
Glee Club Presents Down in the Valle
The music for "Down in
the Valleyn, although com-
posed and compilated by Kurt
Weill, is interspersed with ac-
tual musical remnants of old
Appalachian folklore. The
Glee Club production was com-
plemented with backdrop, sets,
lighting, and the student
voices. Mike Howell as the
leader told the simple love
story in song. The other leads
were Karen Eaton as Jenne
Parson and Lynn Ayers as
Morristown Hurricane Band
Rose Marie Holt
Lynne Ann Smith
B. B. Bradley
LORRAIN E REEVES
JACQUELINE BEASLEY PATRICIA AILSHIE
The Tri-State Marching Festival in Chattanooga
was attended for the first time by the MHS
Band. Under the new director, Mr. William
Biddle, the band received a "superior" rating at the
The band represented our school well by per-
forming at football games to boost spirit among
players and fans, by marching in all special-
occasion parades and by presenting the annual
Christmas and Spring Concerts.
Band members are motivated individually
through competitive participation in class try-outs,
the Solo and Ensemble Festival, and All-State
Senior Band Clinic. Members chosen to represent
this year's band were Jacqueline Beasley, Susie
Foard, Collin Ballance, Gary Blackburn, Gloria
Wright, Jeannie Ruescher, and Sue Medlin. Col-
lectively the band attended band camp at John-
son's Bible College and participated in the East
Tennessee Band Festival.
Bass Clarinets: K. Bible, L. Thayer, L. Blair, T. Penland, C. Wright, S. Farris, E. Thompson. Bassoons: C. Dixon, J. Beasley. Saxophones:
J. Patterson, K. Kinser, J. Harrison, S. Medlin, B. Slabbekorn, M. Compton, L. Rurnbley. Baritones: M. Hurley, D. Bradley, D. Shoun.
Trombones: D. Gjedde, R. Reed, L. Stubblefield, S. Wilder, B. Bradley, P. Stephenson, L. Lawson, C. Ballance.
Couch, M. Fisher. Obues: K. Haggerty, D. Tuttle.
Mr. William Biddle, director of the Morristown High School Band.
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TOMMY DAVIS GARY HOHNER DENNIS INMAN
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GROVER JARNAGIN JOHNNY JOHNSON
5-8, 150 6-3, 210
GARY NEEDHAM RONNIE PALMER EDDIE RHINES
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TOMMY SANDERS DANNY SCOTT
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FESTUS TALLEY RICKY TEAGUE PAUL WEMLINGER
Tackle Guard Halfback
6-1, 205 5-9, 170 5-10, 165
DAVID WI-IITEHEAD MIKE WRIGHT
641,165 5-8, 150
MHS finished season with
MORRISTOWN 34p-ERWIN 6
Morristown, winners of last year's "Big 7" Conference, picked up
their first conference victory of the '64 season with an impressive win
over Erwin. Tolmmy Davis was chosen as player of the week with
another outstanding game of defense.
MORRISTOWN 6-KINGSPORT 14
Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett handed Coach Davis' Hurricanes their
first defeat of the season. It was a hard fought battle that cost
Morristown its number three ranking in the state. Mike Wright, Dennis
Inman and Grover .lamagin did the best job for the MHS gridders.
Ronnie Palmer was player of the week.
MORRISTOWN 26-KNOX EAST 7
The Hurricanes rolled over Knox East for their first victory of the
season. The Orangemen aided by the 94 yard TD run by Ronnie
Palmer netted 215 yards to East's 96. Tommy Davis led the way on
offense with two TD's. Tommy Sanders, Gary Homer, and David
Whitehead led the attack on defense. David Whitehead was named
player of the week.
MORRISTOWN 7-JOHNSON CITY 0
The state's number three ranked team, Morristown heat highly
ranked Johnson City in a. savagely fought battle at Burke-Toney
Stadium. Grover ,Iamagin pulled the Hurricanes through with a twist-
ing 20 yard sprint in the last five minutes of the game. Defensive
standouts were Gary Needham, Festus Talley, and Danny Scott. Grover
was elected player of the week.
MORRISTOWN 54-NEWPORT 0
Morristown bounced back from the first loss of the season by batter-
ing outclassed Newport 54-0. A variety of the Hurricanes got into
the scoring column, including Grover Jarnagin, Ronnie Harrold, and
Eddie Rhines. Ronnie Harrold was player of the week.
8-2 record . . .
MORRISTOWN 7-GREENVILLE 14
The Hurricanes suffered their second loss of the
season at the hands of Greeneville. The Greene
Devil's defense proved to be too much for the
Hurricanes. Morristown got on the scoreboard by
Danny Scott picking up a Greeneville fumble and
racing 50 yards for the TD. Tommy Sanders was
chosen as,player of the week.
MORRISTOWN 20-BRISTOL 0
Morristown won their third Conference game by defeating Bristol.
Ronnie Palmer took the opening kick-off back for the TD. The
keyed-up Hurricane squad held the Vikings to a mere 34 yards
rushing. Eddie Rhines and Stan Draper paved the way on offense,
Paul Wemlinger and Dana Wampler provided the punch for defense.
Rhines earned player of the week.
MORRISTOWN 14-KNOX YOUNG 0
The Hurricanes rolled to a 14-0 victory at the expense of Knox
Young. The Morristown defense played superbly as Gary Horner,
David Whitehead, David Wade, and Danny Scott constantly threw
the Yellow Jackets for losses. The Hurricanes secondary did an
outstanding job by picking off three Young passes. Ronnie Palmer
ran two TD's in the last five minutes of the game. Player of the
week was Danny Scott.
MORRISTOWN 13-JEFFERSON CITY 0
Morristown underestimated the power of Jefferson City and
struggled for a 13-0 win. Playing well for the Hurricanes were
Paul Wemlinger, David Wade, and Joe Brooks. Paul Wemlinger
won the player of the week award for his fine blocking.
MORRISTOWN 7-ELIZABETHTON 0
In the final game of the season the Hurricanes defeated Elizabeth-
ton in a "Big 7" tilt. Grover Jarnagin scored the only TD. Dennis
Inman, Festus Talley, and Ricky Teague led the attack on defense.
Teague tumed in the outstanding performance for player of the week.
Freshman football team .
Front Row: John Hall, Clyde Byard, Mike Cole, Jerry Helton, Mike Shuck, Randall Erwin, Steve Watkins, John Chance, Ronnie Beene, Danny Powell,
Kenny Scott, Steve Watson. Second Row: Steve Combs, Warren Conway, Leslie Toon, Gray Trent, Steve Wright, Gary Antrican, Richard Carter,
Bill Horton, Bobby Marcum, Eddie Price, Mike Purkey, Chuck Hicks, Billy Shockley, Larry Collins. Third Row: Coach Gibson, Gary Holt, David
Brooks, Bill Adams, Lynn Hurley, Allen Jones, David Darnell, Tommy Walker, Merle Chamberlain, David Noe, David Adams, Steve Patrick, Tom
Bivens, Dan Reagan, Coach Williams.
Opponent We They
Lenoir City 32 0
Bristol 20 13
North Jr. High 7 10
Elizabethton 27 0
South Ir. High 14- 0
Erwin 19 20
Greeneville 14 0
Central 7 19
Joe Brooks "gets the works" 'from trainers, Billy Harrison and
Cheerleaders: Claudia Capps, Pat Cranford, Becky Gratz, Martha Magill, and Becky Penland.
Baseball team Wins second in District Tournament . . .
Front Row: Paul Wemlinger, Augie Dennis, Mike Helton, Bruce Lewis, Larry Comwell, Bobby Bruce, Lynn Wampler, Bradco Barding, Wayne
Talley, Eddie Lane, Jimmy Claborne. Second Row: Coach William B. Keezel, Mike Howell, Bonnie Lovelace, Fred Woolwine, Don Harbin, David
Buchanan, Ronnie Jones, Bobby Keister, Sonny Carter, Rusty Pruitt.
Opponent We They
Rush Strong 2 1
Sevier County 0 3
Rutledge 4 2
Mosheim 7 0
Rush Strong 5 2
Rutledge 16 10
Maynardville 7 4
Mosheim 2 1
Jefferson City 2 3
Elizabetliton 5 3
Johnson City 0 7
Bristol 5 10
Greeneville 2 1
Elizabethton 12 9
Johnson City 2 4
Erwin 15 7
Greeneville 2 4
Bristol 4 1
DISTRICT TWO TOURNAMENT
Mosheim 9 2
Sevierville 7 2
Baseball captains, Bonnie Lovelace and Sonny Carter, hold the Runner-up Trophy
won at the District Tournament.
Golf team competed in State Tournament . . .
Richard Morgan, Steve Goodson, Scott Reams, Johnny Cranford, Bobby Bray and Gary Wemlinger.
Mr. Frank Holder
The Morristown High School golf team
sponsored by Frank Holder and coached
by professional golfer, Fred Brown of the
Morristown Country Club, enjoyed its most
successful season, during the 1964-65 school
Although a neophyte organization of
little team experience, the MHS golfers won
their first seven match re-match competi-
tions against Greeneville, Johnson City,
Rogersville and Middleshoro, Kentucky to
finish with a seven won, four lost record.
An excellent showing of third place
at the East Tennessee Regional Match in
Knoxville made this the first team from
MHS to qualify for' the TSSAA State
Championship matches held in Nashville
last summer where Morristown took eleventh
Steve Goodson prepares to clohber the ball
for a birdie.
HB" team . . .
Opponent W e They
Erwin 30 25
Creeneville 36 38
Johnson City 26 4-8
Bristol 23 28
Erwin 34 38
Elizabethton 33 43
Greeneville 33 55
Johnson City 26 4-4
Coach Gene Quarles, Scott Reams, 50, Lewis Flack, 105 Len Davis, 4g Jay Dean, 4-Og Ellis Owen,
225 Pat Dean, 445 Gary Wood, 14g Cale Douthat, 323 Bobby Bray, 345 Craig Morrell, 12.
Freshman team . . .
Buddy Hopson, Phil Greene, Terry Crews, Billy Adams, Gary Turnmire, Buddy Inman, Kranz
Van Gilder, Coach Bolton, Dan Reagan, Doug Hamilton, Sammy King, Lamar Huff, Roy Roberts,
Roger Jamigan, Lynn Breeding.
Hurrieanettes complete year Wltlll 11 8 record
Front Row: Berdie Diamond, 453 Carrie Cuinn, 23g Diana Dearing, 51g Peggy Smallman 11 Second Row Carol DeMonbreun 55 Paula Southerland
314 Lynn McClure, 353 Patty Smith, 13g Martha Mitchell, 33g Coach William B Keezel Lmda Shockley 53 Relda Mason 25 Lynn Cosson
153 Ann Pack, 433 Pat Patterson, 21.
Managers: Shirley Seal and Ida Shipley and Coach William B. Keezel. Humcanettes shoot for two
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Members of the 1965 Sen-
ior Class named to Who's
Who were presented on Feb-
ruary 19, 1965.
Students are selected on the
basis of points accumulated
for leadership, scholarship, tal-
ent and service. Points are
earned through club member-
ship, holding club and class
offices, working on school
publications, participating in
athletics and maintaining a
high scholastic average dur-
ing the students, four years.
"Who's Who" is a formal
acknowledgement of students
selected for their achievements
and was established to honor
MISS MHS: DIANA DEARING MR. MHS: BONNIE LOVELACE
JEANNE BISHOP GARY BLACKBURN
TOMMY DAVIS GLENNA GRAHAM
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To be chosen as
an exchange student through the
American Field Service is an hon-
or which merits much recognition.
Henry Troy, son of Dr. and
Mrs. H. Olin Troy, represented
Morristown High School in this
program. On August 17, 1964,
Henry left for Kandern, a city in
Germany on the edge of the fa-
mous Black Forest near the Swiss-
French Border, to meet his Ger-
man family-Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Lendle, sister Doris and brother
Morristown High School stu-
dents will he privileged to share
with Henry his marvelous exper-
iences in his German school, com-
munity and home.
Better international relations promoted by
A.F.S. Exchange Student Program . .
Aydin Eroglu, our
exchange student from Istanbul, Tur-
key, was cordially welcomed by MHS
Aydin is the son of Edibe and Emin
Eroglu. He has a brother Yalgin and
a sister Gulgin. His American family
is Mr. and Mrs. Tom Benning, sisters
Gail and Leslie and brothers Mike and
While in America, Aydin was an
active member of the Key Club and
was especially recognized for setting
the high school record for high jump
on the track team.
The local Rotary Club sponsors our
Exchange Program and has been in-
strumental in making Aydin's year in
Morristown a memorable one.
students . . .
Carolyn Hurt received the Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow
The DAR Representative, Diana Dearing, fascinates the members of the Special'
Education Class by reading a colorful story.
Boys' and Glrls' tate Representatlves . . .
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19641, the people of Morristown
gathered in front of the 'high
school to behold the oldest and
best-loved Christmas Story. Each
year the Christmas Pageant is
presented by the senior class
who elect the characters, build
the setting and furnish the cos-
The 1964 Nativity Scene was
vividly portrayed by students
with the members of the MHS
Choir singing carols at appro-
A magnificent Christmas tree
was dedicated to the memory of:
Ross Litz, Class of 1963
Kenneth Mcsween, MHS Choir
Reuben Pritchard, Manager
Morristown Power and
who in former years gave freely
of their time and talent for this
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Captain F isby ...... Clint Anderson
Sergeant Gregovich .... Joel Streb
Old Woman ........ Judith Black
Old Woman's Daughter ..........
Daughtefs Children. .Johnny Conkin
Sakini ......... . . . Jackie Goan Colonel Purdy III ..... Dick Krieg
Lotus Blossom ........ Judy Collins Captain McLean , , , Gary Blackburn
Ancient Man ........ Dan Jones Mrs. Oshira ....... Karen Sproles
Mr. Hokaida ........ Ernie Horner Villagers ..... .... J ohn Brooks
Mr. Omura ........ Terry Brewer Joe Cunningham
Mr. Surnata ........ Eddie Haley Ladies League .., ...... Anne Bacon
His Father . , .......... Jay Wilson Jeanne Bisho
Mr. Seiko ........ Charles Lennox Janet Buncli
Miss H iga ,liga ...... Gloria Wright Darlene Stubblefield
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8 atmosphere for slow dancing.
King and Queen of the Prom:
Doug Dountz and Patricia Marshall
ftemories . . .
Serving from the attractively arranged refreshment table are Mrs. W. C. Hayter,
Mrs. Ruth Anne Bacon, and Miss Anna Frank Litz.
The talent and ingenuity with which the Junior Class planned, dec-
orated and presented the 1964 Prom made this final tribute to
the seniors a most enchanting and memorable event.
The Southern plantation scene, the vine-covered trellises and a
mural of far off mountains created a romantic atmosphere. Soft
lights, mellow music, and dancing made real the prom's theme,
"Tender is the Night.
This night is filled with anticipation and excitement as the
ITAKHA cameraman snaps just one of the many upper
classmen calling for his date.
Junior class officers and
Vice-President: Mike Wright
and Martha Magill
Secretary: Lea Wayne Smith
and Rusty Cantwell
Treasurer: Tommy Davis
and Susan Crafton
Not pictured: President:
Seniors . . .
PRESIDENT: MARTHA ANN MAGILL loan Elizabeth Abbott Judy Allen James Alvis
Victor Lynn Ayers
Anne Lawrence Bacon
Brenda Kay Bacon
James T. Bacon
Patricia Kay Bales
Patricia A. Barbee
Brenda Ann Baxley
James Eugene Ailshie Linda June Allen David Amos
Seniors . .
Tom Ruth Beck Cecilia .l Blble Judith A1111 Black VICE PRESIDENT: BONNIE
Thomas C. Blair
Terry Mike Brimer
Joyce Evans Brooks
Nancy L. Brown
Glenn E. Bryant
Seniors . . .
SECRET ARYg GLORIA WRIGHT J. David Buchanan Jerry Dean Buell Patricia Burchett
Betty Anne Cannon
E. Jean Cardwell
Linda Sue Carpenter
Sherrian Faye Carter
William David Carter
Sheila Marie Carton
Polly Anna Casteel
Elizabeth Anne Buda Janet Susan Bunch Joyce Burnett
Seniors . .
Shlrley Jo Dyer C D1ane Eller Patrlcla Elhson Aydln Erouglu Robert Estes
Judlth Carolyn Elkms Ellzabeth Ann Eller Eddle Leon Epps Bearmce Ann Estes Lauretta Sue Ferguson
Carolyn Sue Fields
Linda Leah Floyd
Jo Ellen Flynt
Tommy R. Fox
Judy Lou Free
David Ray Fuller
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Margaret I. Horton
John W. Hughett
Gary W. Hurley
Brenda Sue Hurst
Carolyn Lane Hurt
Edith Jane Hut
Dennis H. Inman
Mary Ann Isbell
Grover N. .larnagin
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Patricia Whitson James M. Wiley Donald Williams Mary Sue Wilson Charles Jeffrey Winn
Steve Wilder Brenda Kay Williams James David Wilson Theresa Yvonne Windom Carol F. Wolfe
Bobbie Lynn Young
Nancy Ann Wolfe
Gloria Jean Wright
James Michael Wright
Katrina Ann Wright
Seniors not pictured :
Linda Darlene Baker
Betty Jean Barker
Clyde R. Campbell
Terence G. Evans
Rodney R. Frazier
Judy Ann Golden
R. Dale Green
Affnes Pauline Hodge
Harold B. J arnagin
Charles E. Jeffers
Judith Ann Lawson
Robert A. Lawson
Pamela Joy Leabow
James Edward Long
Rachel Yvonne Long
Sharon Lou McKemy
Sandra L. Minor -
B. Elaine Odom
J oane Posey
Sarah J . Ruffner
Glenda P. Seals
Carolyn M. Shiflet
Jackie R. Simmons
J acquelyn Taylor
Brenda B. Trent
John Thomas Walker
Linda F. Williams
Linda F. Witt
Rebecca Van Cilder
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Juniors Not Pictured:
M. Wayne Antrican
George E. Bewley
Dora K. Blair
Jerry L. Blair
Dearl F. Coffee
Carolyn S. Cole
Ronald C. Inman
Ronald F. Inman
Juniors . .
Calvin E. McKinney
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Carolyn Beier, President, David Vance, Vice President: Mike Helton, Treasurer: and Mary Will Creech
Sophomores . . .
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Purkey, R. E
Purkey, R. F
Ricker, S. M.
Ricker, S. R.
Taylor, R. D.
Taylor, R. M.
Sophomores, not pictured:
Car enter G.
Rucker, C. Wall. D-
Seals, P. Walker, L.
Shipe, J. Williams, R.
Sims, S, Winstead, A.
Singleton, C. Withers. L-
Stephens, S. Witt, S.
Surrett, C. Wolfe, B.
Susong, J. Yount, R.
Kay Kinser realizes that College Career Night can offer
in-formation and guidance to sophomores as well as seniors.
Holt, B. E.
Holt, B. J.
Hurst, D. L
Hurst, D. R.
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Standing amidst winter's magical wonder,
our school is not merely a part of a beauti-
ful scene. It is rather a part of our lives-
offering its aid to those who wish to re-
ceive aid. Its greatest offering is the gift
of knowledge and the opportunity to apply
that knowledge. Its gift is not easy to
receive. Not only does knowledge require
a wish, but a burning desire for a deep
and broad sense of understanding. This
understanding provides the basic founda-
tion for wisdom g and from this basic foun-
dation great ideas spring, great achieve-
ments' are realized, and great men come
ifortlito great nations. a a a i t
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JOAN ELIZABETH ABBOTI'
BOTT. JOAN ELIZABETH-Daughter of
Margaret R. Abbott, 415 West First
h Street. HURRICANE Staff, Ad Sales-
3, Assistant Editor 4, Tri-Hi-Y, Chap-
4, Beta Club, Junior Red Cross Rep-
ntative, Future Homemakers of America,
ior Classical League, Junior Y-Teens,
m Committee, Junior-Senior Play Com-
tee, Varsity Visit, German Club.
SHIE, JAMES EUGENE-Son of Mr. and
. James E. Ailshie, 427 Hillcrest Drive.
Club, Band, Prom Committee.
LEN, JUDY-Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
0. Allen, Jr., 1167 East First North
eet. Library Club, Library Assistant,
ior-Senior Play Committee.
LEN, LINDA JUNE-Daughter of Mr. and
s. Arnold Allen, Route 4. Senior Y-Teens,
asurer 4, Junior Y-Teens, Beta Club, Fu-
Teachers of America, Spanish Club, Fu-
Homemakers of America, Band, Glee
b, Choir, Prom Committee, Junior-Senior
y Committee, Office Assistant, 1964
VIS, JAMES-Son of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn
is, 540 Redwood Street.
OS, DAVID-Son of Mrs. Sam Amos, 533
st Third South Street.
DERSON, LARRY-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
rold Anderson, 1105 West Fourth North
eet. HURRICANE Staff, Sports Editor 4,
la Club, 'Hi-Y Club, Thespian Society.
HLEY, CAROLYN-Daughter of Mr. and
ls. Claude H. Ashley, 626 Choctaw Street.
ior Y-Teens, Future Homemakers of Amer-
TERS, VICTOR LYNN-Son of Mr. and
's. William V. Ayers, Route 2, Bybee.
oir, Reporter 4, 1964 School Musical.
CON, ANNE LAWRENCE-Daughter of
. Ray Bacon, Route 5. ITAKHA Staff,
ior Index Assistant, Junior Y-Teens, Pres-
:nt 2, Future Homemakers of America,
aplain 2, Junior Classical League, Ameri-
High School Red Cross, President's Club,
a Club, Vice-President 4, Tri-Hi-Y, Thes-
ln Society, Band, Prom Committee, Junior-
nior Play, Nativity Scene, Beta Sigma Phi
tCON, BRENDA KAY-Daughter of Mr.
d Mrs. R. E. Bacon, Route 4. Beta Club,
ichor Club, Call Secretary 4, Junior-Senior
ay Committee, Nativity Scene, German
ub, Future Teachers of America.
ICON, JAMES T.-Son of Mrs. James A.
icon, Route 1. Future Farmers of America.
LKER, LINDA DARLENE-Daughter of
r. and Mrs. Jesse Baker, 405 East Fourth
ix-th Street. HURRICANE Staff, Ad Sales-
in, Junior Classical League, Future Teach-
s of America, Library Club, German Club,
LLES, PATRICIA KAY-Daughter of Mr.
d Mrs. Edward Carrol Bales, Sr., Route 2,
lbott. Future Homemakers of America,
ng Leader 3, Junior and Chapter Home-
iker Degrees, Junior Red Cross Represent-
ve: Glee Club.
ILLANCE, COLLIN-Son of Mrs. Gladys
Ballance, 1440 Darbee Drive. HURRI-
LNE Staff, Ad Salesman, Band, President
All East-Tennessee Blue Band 3, All East-
nnessee Orchestra, 4, Beta Club, Hi-Y,
ce-President 4, Prom Committee.
.RBEE, PATRICIA A.-Daughter of Mr.
d Mrs. W. C. Barbee, Route 1. Beta Club,
ta Tri-Hi-Y, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Prom Com-
IRDING, DAVIS BRADCO-Son of Mr.
rl Mrs. E. S. Barding, Route 1. Basketball,
iRKER, BETTY JEAN-Daughter of Mr.
rl Mrs. Mack Barker, 919 Montview Avenue.
LXLEY, BRENDA ANN-Daughter of Mr.
d Mrs. W. Ray Baxley, Route 1. Junior Y-
Teens, Future Homemakers of America, Vice-
President 4, Senior Y-Teens, Library Club,
Office Assistant, Library Assistant.
BEASLEY, JACQUELINE RAYE-Daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Beasley, 714
Memorial Avenue. Art Club, Vice-President 4,
Future Teachers of America, Library Club,
Junior Classical League, Tri-Hi-Y, Band,
Prom Committee. Transfer from Pearisburg
High School, Pearisburg, Virginia. Tri-Hi-Y,
Student Council, PEARISCOPE Staff, Band.
BECK, TONI RUTH--Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. B. Beck, 707 Masengill Avenue. Art
Club, Senior Y-Teens, Junior Red Cross
Council, Prom Committee, Junior-Senior Play
Committee. Transfer from Lee Edwards High
School, Asheville, North Carolina.
BENNING, MICHAEL F.-Son of Mr. ,and
Mrs. T. C. Benning, Jr., Box 26, Lowland.
ITAKHA Staff, Ad Salesman, Football, Beta
Club, German Club, Second Vice-President
4, Prom Committee, Nativity Scene.
BIBLE, CECILIA J.-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Adrian Bible, 224 West Second North
Street. ITAKHA Staff, Ad Salesman, Beta
Club, Junior Y-Teens, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y,
Band, Prom Committee, Junior-Senior Play
Committee, Office Assistant.
BISHOP, JEANNE-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Bishop, Route 2, Talbott. ITAK-
HA Staff, Typist Chairman, Beta Club, Junior
Classical League, President 3, Thespian So-
ciety, Future Teachers of America, Presi-
dent 4, Junior Y-Teens, Anchor Club,
Bowling League, President's Club, Nativity
Scene, Second Place Winner in American
Legion Auxiliary Essay Contest, 2, Girls'
State Candidate 3, Office Assistant, Junior-
Senior Play, Prom Committee, Torch Bearer
BLACK, JUDITH ANN-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Buford Black, Ridgeview. Future Home-
makers of America, Historian 1, Treasurer 2,
3, Junior and Chapter Homemaker Degrees,
Senior Y-Teens, Bowling League, Reporter 2,
Junior-Senior Play, Prom Cormnittee.
BLACKBURN, WILLIAM CARY-Son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Blackburn, 302 Laurel Street.
HURRICANE Staff, Feature Editor, ITAK-
HA Staff, Assistant Editorial Chairman, Thes-
pian Society, President 4, Beta Hi-Y Chap-
lain 2, Alpha Hi-Y, Reporter 4, German
Club, First Vice-President 4, Band, Student
Council, Junior-Senior Play, Freshman-Soph-
omore Play, W.C.T.U. Speech Contest, Re-
gionaI,Math Contest, Nativity Scene.
BLAIR, THOMAS C.-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Blair, 626 Baker Street. Basketball.
BOWERS, ROBERT-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred T. Beal, 2709 Andrew Johnson Highway.
BRADY, VELMA GERALDENE-Daughter
gl lglr. and Mrs. Aden Brady, Route 5. Beta
BRADY, WAYNE HOWARD--Son of Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Brady, Route 3. Key Club,
Optimist Club Speaking Contest.
BREEDEN, GARY-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Breeden, Route 2.
BREWER, TERRY-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Claude Brewer, Havely Springs Road. Beta
Club, Key Club, Junior-Senior Play, Prom
Committee, National Science Foundation
Summer School Student.
BRIMER, TERRY MIKE-Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert L. Brimer, Route 3. HURRI-
CANE Staff, Photographer, Football Trainer,
Alpha Hi-Y, Chaplain 4, Nativity Scene.
BROOKS, JOYCE EVANS-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Willie Evans, 516 East First South
Street. T 8 I Club.
BROOKS, JUDY-Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Brooks, Route 3. Junior Classical League,
Junior Y-Teens, Library Club, Future Teach-
ers of America, Bowling League, Future
Homemakers of America, Prom Committee,
Junior-Senior Play Usher, Chorus.
BROWN, NANCY LEE-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Brown, 605 Parker Road.
Junior Classical League, Library Club, Junior
Y-Teens, Beta Club, T. 8a I. Club, Parlia-
mentarian, Prom Committee.
BROYLES, SANDRA DARLEEN-Daughter
of Mr! and Mrs. Willard Broyles, Route 1.
Future Homemakers of America, Glee Club,
President 4, 1964 School Musical.
BRYANT, GLENN-Son of Mr. and Mrs. E.
H. Bryant, Route 2. Glee Club, Future Farm-
ers of America.
BUCHANAN, J. DAVID-Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Grover Buchanan, 408 Walters Drive.
Baseball, All Big Six Conference.
BUDA, ELIZABETH ANN-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Z. Buda, 708 Scenic Drive. Junior
Classical League, Future Teachers of Amer-
ica, Future Homemakers of America, Library
Club, Beautification Queen Candidate, Na-
tivity Scene, Junior-Senior Play Usher, Prom
Committee, Office Assistant.
BUELL, JERRY DEAN-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Elisha Buell, Route 3. Future Farmers of
America, Treasurer, Football.
BUNCH, JANET SUSAN-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Bunch, 1811 Momingside.
ITAKHA Staff, Assistant Typist Chairman,
Junior Y-Teens, Junior Classical League,
Future Homemakers of America, Junior
Homemaker Degree, American High School
Red Cross Council, Future Teachers of Amer-
ica, Secretary 4, Thespian Society, Treasurer
4, Beta Club, Anchor Club, Band, Fresh-
man-Sophomore Play, Prom Committee, Re-
gional Math Contest 1, 3, Junior-Senior Play,
American Field Service Candidate.
BURCHETT, PATRICIA-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Burchett, Route 5.
BURNETT, JOYCE--Daughter of Mr. Pangle
Bumett, 540 Inman Street. Junior Classical
League, Library Club, Future Teachers of
BURNS, JANICE-Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
C. M. Burns, Route 5. Basketball.
CAGLE, MICHAEL-Son of Mrs. Eileen
Cagle, 314 West First North Street.
CAMPBELL, CLYDE R.-Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert R. Campbell, Route 4.
CANNON, BETTY ANNE-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford L. Cannon, 435 South Hill
Street. Library Club, Spanish Club, Bowling
League, Treasurer, Reporter.
CARDWELL, E. JEAN-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Miles Cardwell, Route 1. Future Home-
makers of America, Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Alpha
Tri-Hi-Y, Sergeant-at-Anns 3, Beta Club,
J unior-Senior Play Committee.
CARLYLE, SUE-Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Vernie McGee, 2162 East Outer Drive. Junior-
Senior Play Usher, Future Homemakers of
America, T. 81 I. Club.
CARPENTER, JAYMIE MAY-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Carpenter, Route 5. Bas-
ketball, 1, Basketball Manager 2, 3, Beta
Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Junior Classical League:
Girls' State Alternate, Junior-Senior Play
Committee, Junior Red Cross Representative,
Graduation Usher, Student Council 1, 3, Ac-
celerated Program at East Tennessee State
CARPENTER, LINDA SUE-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Carpenter, 1362 Easley Court.
CARTER, SHERRIAN FAYE-Daughter of
lgir. and Mrs. Clifford F. Carter, 510 Choctaw
CARTER, WILLIAM DAVID-Son of Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Carter, Route 4. Football,
Baseball, Captain 4, Key Club, Future Farm-
ers of America, Red Cross Representative.
CARTON, SHEILA MARIE-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John V. Carton, 1705 Oak Street.
Beta Club, Junior Classical League, Anchor
Club, American High School Red lggoss
Council: German Club: Prom Committee:
CASTEEL, POLLY ANNA-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. R. A. Casteel, 515 Montview Ave-
nue. HURRICANE Staff, Ad Salesman: Fu-
ture Homemakers of America, Reporter 3:
Future Teachers of America: Library Club:
Junior Red Cross.
CECIL, CARL-Son of Mr. and Mrs. James
F. Cecil, 906 Forest Drive. Junior-Senior Play
Committee: Prom Committee.
CHAMBERS, JAMES CLAYTON-Son of
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Chambers, 620 Charles
Street. Junior Classical League: T. 8: I.
CHANCE, SANDRA SUE-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Earle E. Missing, 1023 East Third
North Street. Chorus. Transfer from White
Pine High School, White Pine, Tennessee.
CHARLES, DIANNE M.-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph S. Charles, Route 5. ITAKHA
Staff, Ad Salesman: Junior Y-Teens, Chap-
lain 2: Junior Classical League: Future
Homemakers of America, Song Leader 3:
Student Council 4: Band: Prom Committee:
Junior-Senior Play Committee.
CLABORN, JIMMY W.-Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jeff E. Claborn, 724 Baker Street. Base-
ball Manager: Basketball Manager: Prom
Committee: Future Fanners of America.
CLICK, GARY L.-Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Click, Ridgelawn Avenue.
CLUBB, A. KATHRYN-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. ,Benjamin F. Clubb, Jr., 915 East Second
North Street. Junior Classical League: Future
Homemakers of America, Parliamentarian 3:
Junior and Chapter Homemaker Degrees: Ger-
man Club: Office Assistant.
COATES, JAMES LEE-Son of Mrs. Mary
Lillie Coates, Route 3. Future Farmers of
COBBLE, BRENDA4-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Leroy Cobble, Route 3. Future Home-
makers of America, Treasurer 3: Junior and
Chapter Homemaker Degrees: Varsity Visit:
Junior Y-Teens: Junior Classical League:
Anchor Club: Library Club: Senior Y-Teens:
Future Teachers of America: Prom Commit-
tee-: Junior-Senior Play' Committee: Chorus.
COGDILL, LINDA CAIL-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Virgil Cogdill, Route 3. Future
Homemakers of America, Historian 2, Vice-
President 3, Class Vice-President: Junior,
Chapter, and State Homemaker Degrees: Var-
sity Visit: Beta Club: Future Teachers of
America: Senior Y-Teens: ITAKHA Staff,
COOKE, BERDIE DIAMOND-Daughter of
Mr. Ed Diamond, Route 5. Concert Choir:
Beta Club: Future Homemakers of America:
Prom Committee: Basketball.
COPE, CAROLE ANNE-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Lester K. Cope, 120 Peachtree Street.
Transfer from Whitesburg High School,
Whitesburg, Tennessee. Pep Club.
COVINGTON, JOAN KAY-Daughter of Mrs.
Minnie Covington, Brights Pike. Beta Club:
Anchor Club: Gemran Club.
COWAN, VICTORIA LYNN-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Cowan, 115 East
Louise Avenue. Future Teachers of America:
Future Homemakers of America: Junior Red
Cross: Beta Club: Junior Classical League:
J unior-Senior Play Committee.
CRAFTON, SUSAN C.-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Crafton, 1420 Doyal Drive. HURRI-
CANE Staff, Editor: Beta Tri-Hi-Y: Alpha
Tri-Hi-Y: Beta Club: Nativity Scene: Band
Secretary 1: Beautification Queen Candidate.
CRANFORD, PATRICIA-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. James Colon Cranford, 919 Summit
Lane. Junior Y-Teens: Junior Classical
League: Senior Y-Teens: Cheerleader: Prom
Coangnitteeg Office Assistant.
CROMWELL, DAVID-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. Cromwell, Ritchie Street. Transfer from
Lee H. Edwards High School, Asheville,
North Carolina. Tennis: Tri-Sci: L'Alliance
CROSS, WILLIAM R.-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Cross, Fulton Road. Football Manager:
Future Farmers of America.
CUNNINGHAM, BRENDA-Daughter of Mrs.
Edith Cunningham, 342 Montview Avenue.
HURRICANE Staff, Ad Salesman: Junior Y-
Teens: Library Club: Glee Club, Vice-Pres-
CURETON, GARLAND-Son of Mr. Roy
Cureton, 616 Rosedale Avenue. HURRICANE
Staff, Ad Salesman: Key Club.
CUTSHALL, LONNIE-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Cutshall, 2208 Shields Ferry Road. T.
81 I. Club: Junior Red Cross.
DANIEL,. CHARLOTTE-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Daniel, Route 3. Future
Homemakers of America: Junior Classical
DAVIS, BETTY SUE-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy E. Davis, Route 3. Future Home-
makers of America: Spanish Club: Junior Y-
Teens: Beta Club: Senior Y-Teens: Future
Teachers of America: Chorus: Glee Club:
Choir: Prom Committee: Junior-Senior Play
Committee: Office Assistant: 1964 School
DAVIS, DOROTHY LYNN-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Carroll Davis, 1855 Magnolia Ave-
nue. Beta Club: Junior Classical League.
DAVIS, DOUGLAS ALAN-Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ray E. Davis, East First North Street.
HURRICANE Staff, Photographer: ITAKHA
Staff, Photographer: Junior Classical League:
Beta Club: Alpha Hi-Y, Treasurer 4: Band.
DAVIS, JAMES GREGORY-Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert M. Davis, 1006 Montview Avenue.
Football: Hi-Y Club: Band: Prom Com-
mittee: Junior-Senior Play Committee.
DAVIS, KAREN LIZABETH-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Davis, 1006 Montview
Avenue. Basketball: Junior Y-Teens: Beta
Tri-Hi-Y: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y: Band: Prom Com-
mittee: Junior-Senior Play Committee: Office
Assistant: East Tennessee Band Clinic.
DAVIS, MICHAEL C.-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Davis, 1473 Easley Court. Chorus: Glee
DAVIS, THOMAS L.-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas L. Davis, 1836 Cherry Avenue. Junior
Class Treasurer: Football: All Big Seven
Conference: Track: Alpha Hi-Y: Beta Club:
Junior Classical League: Nativity Scene: Prom
Committee: Boys' State Alternate: Student
Council: Graduation Usher.
DEARING, DIANA LYNN-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. C. Dearing, Route 1. Basketball,
Captain 4: Basketball Scholastic Trophy, 3:
ITAKHA Staff, Ad Salesman: Beta Club,
President 4: Tri-Hi-Y, Treasurer 4: Junior
Classical League: President's Club: Girls'
State Representative: Student Council: Beau-
tification Queen Candidate: DAR Represent-
ative: Future Homemakers of America, Par-
liamentarian 2, Secretary 3, President 4:
Smoky Mountain Sub-regional Pianist 3:
T.V.A. 81 I, Style Show: Varsity Visit: Jun-
ior, Chapter Homemaker Degrees: Future
Farmers of America Sweetheart: Prom Com-
mittee: Junior-Senior Play Committee: Na-
DeARMOND, BARBARA-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert H. DeArrnond, Sr., 533
South Liberty Hill Road. Future Homemakers
of America: Junior and Chapter Homemaker
Degrees: Junior-Senior Play Usher: Office
DICKERSON, BRENDA JOYCE-Daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dickerson, Route 1.
DOUNTZ, MARILYN-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Dountz, 436 Hale Avenue.
Junior Classical League: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y,
Chaplain 3, President 4: Beta Tri-Hi-Y: Il
Club: Band: Prom Committee: German C
Transfer from Hamilton High School, Col
bus, Ohio. Band: Student Council.
DRINNON, CAROLYN L.-Daughter of
and Mrs. Garrison Drinnon, 243 Peach
Street. Junior Y-Teens.
DRINNON, MAVIS VERNA-Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle D. Drinnon, Rout
Future Homemakers of America: Nata
DUNSMORE, JUDY KAY-Daughter of
and Mrs. Howard Dunsmore, Route 4. Fu
Homemakers of America: 1964 School
sical: Glee Club: Chorus: Beautifica
DYER, SHIRLEY JO-Daughter of Mr. .
Mrs. J. P. Dyer, 435 South Daisy St
Future Homemakers of America: Fu
Teachers of America: Glee Club: 1964 Sc
ELKINS, JUDITH CAROLYN-Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Elkins, 426 Oak St
Future Homemakers of America: Bow
League: Prom Committee. Transfer from
High School, Knoxville, Tennessee. Red C
Future Homemakers of America: Drillt
ELLER, C. DIANE-Daughter of Mr. 1
Mrs. James R. Eller, Route 4. Library C11
Future Homemakers of America: Junior t
Chapter Homemaker Degrees: Anchor CI
ELLER, ELIZABETH ANN-Daughter of I
and Mrs. James F. Hale, Route 3. Senior
Teens. Transfer from White Pine High Sch4
White Pine, Tennessee. PINE CONE S
Basketball: Beta Club: Future Homemake
America: Glee Club: Band: Debate Te
Junior Class Play: Junior Class Repre
ative to Career Weekend at Saint Mar
School of Nursing.
ELLISON, PATRICIA-Daughter of Mr. z
Mrs. Harvey Ellison, 406 Beech Street.
hrary Club. Transfer from Brookland-Ca
High School, Cayce, South Carolina. li
EPPS, EDDIE LEON-Son of Mr. and N
James A. Epps, Route 5.
EROGLU, AYDIN-Ward of Mr. and M
Thomas C. Benning, Box 26, Lowland. l
change Student from Turkey through 1
American Field Service Exchange, New Yo
Key Club: Track. Transfer from Kadikoy ll
arif Koleji, Istanbul, Turkey. Track Tea
Captain: Volleyball Team, Co-Captain: Hi
Jump Record Holder: Kadikoy Maarif Kolu
ESTES, BERNICE ANN-Daughter of I
and Mrs. Sam W. Estes, Route 1, Wh
Pine. Future Homemakers of America: Jun
and Chapter Homemaker Degrees: Futl
Teachers of America: Prom Committee.
ESTES, ROBERT-Son of Mr. and M
Robert B. Estes, Lee Drive.
EVANS, TERENCE GLEN-Son of Mr. Pa
R. Crigger, 1520 Hugh Drive.
FERGUSON, LAURETTA SUE-Daughter
Mr. H. S. Ferguson, 1812 McDaniel Str:
FIELDS, CAROLYN SUE-Daughter of 1
and Mrs. Carl Fields, 1175 East Rose Stre
American Red Cross: Senior Y-Teens, Vi
President, 4: Library Club: Future Hoi:
makers of America: Junior and Chapter I-Ion
maker Degrees: Prom Committee: Junior-Si
ior Play Committee. Transfer from Lyn
East Muin High School, Lynch, Kentucl
Homecoming Attendant: Library Assistant.
FLOYD, LINDA LEAH-Daughter of Mr. a
Mrs. Frank E. Floyd, Route 1, Russellvil
High School Red Cross: Future Homemaln
of America: Junior Classical League: T. 81
FLYNT, JO ELLEN-Daughter of Mr. a
Mrs. Hal H. Flynt, 116 North James Stre
HURRICANE Staff, Ad Salesman: Futs
Homemakers of America:' Library Clr
d, Prom Committee, Office Assistant.
LSOM, THEODORE W., III-Son of Mr.
Mrs. Ted W. Folsom, Jr., 1808 Russell
eet. Football Manager, Beta Club, German
X, TOMMY R.-Son of Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
Fox, Route 5. Football, Basketball, Track,
orus, Prom Committee, Junior-Senior Play
ANKLIN, SANDRA LYNN-Daughter of
. and Mrs. Ray T. Franklin, 511 Pauline
e. Future Homemakers of America, Junior
eens, Beautification Queen Candidate,
om Committee, Junior-Senior Play Com-
AZIER, RODNEY R.-Son of Mr. and
s. Rodney R. Frazier, 504 Brown Avenue.
otball Manager, T. 81 I. Club, Chorus,
eshman-Sophomore Play, J unior-Senior Play
EE, JUDY LOU-Daughter of Mr. and
. Carroll Eugene Free, 1042 East Third
rth Street. T. 81 I. Club.
EEMAN, TEDFORD HAROLD-Son of
. and Mrs. Roy Freeman, 507 Houston
ENCH, CURTIS-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
ose French, Route 4. Basketball.
ENCH, JOHNNY-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
hnny French, 709 Montview Avenue. Na-
LLER, DAVID RAY-Son of Mr. and
rs. Frank H. Fuller, Spoone Circle. Chorus,
ee Club, Concert Choir.
LLINGTON, CARRIE-Daughter of Mr.
d Mrs. Horace C. Fullington, Route 4.
ULT, DON-Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
ult, 1410 Hugh Drive.
BSON, BARBARA-Daughter of Mr. and
rs. L. C. Kanipe, 1822 Emerson Street.
ta Club, Junior Classical League, Junior-
nior Play Committee.
IBSON, JERUSHA-Daughter of Mrs. Ruby
cKee. 1124 North Henry Street.
IBSON, LINDA--Daughter of Mrs. Ruby
cKee. Route 5.
ILBERT, JOSEPH LEO-Son of Mr. and
rs. Oscar Gilbert, Route 2. Future Farmers
America, Glee Club.
ILES, JIMMY L.-Son of Mr. and -Mrs. Alex
iles, Melody Acres. Glee Club, German
lub, Concert Choir, Football, 1964 School
ILLILAND, VIRGINIA-Daughter of Mr.
d Mrs. John Gilliland, 525 Montview Ave-
he. Library Club, Junior Classical League,
'uture Homemakers of America.
LOAN, THURMAN T., JR.-Son of Mr. and
ffrs. Thurman T. Guan, 605 North Daisy
Ptreet. Key Club, Nativity Scene.
GOLDEN, JUDY ANN-Daughter'of Mr. and
llrs. B. M. Golden, 612 Harrison Street.
.ibrary Club, T. 8: I. Club.
IOOD, MARGERY L.-Daughter of Mr. and
llrs. L. C. Good, 411 East Fourth North
itreet. Future Homemakers of America, Jun-
or Y-Teens, Junior Classical League, Span-
sh Club, Junior-Senior Play Committee.
IRAHAM, GLENNA LOU--Daughter of Mr.
nd Mrs. J. Luke Graham, Route 2, Talbott.
TAKHA Staff, Business Manager, Beta Club,
Yhespian Society? Junior Classical League,
Treasurer 2, Junior Red Cross Representative,
future Teachers of America, Treasurer 4,
unior-Senior Play Committee, Prom Commit-
ee, W.C.T.U. Speech Contest Winner, Ham-
flen County V.F.W. Speech Contest Winner,
lorchbearer at Graduation, Nativity Scene, Ac-
elerated Program at Carson-Newman College.
ZRATZ, REBECCA JO-Daughter of Mr.
,nd Mrs. James B. Gratz, 226 East Sixth North
Street. ITAKHA Staff, Ad Salesman, Junior
J-Teens, Library Club, Future Homemakers
f America, Cheerleader, Captain 4, Home-
oming Attendant, Beta Hi-Y Sweetheart, 4,
land, Beautification Queen Candidate, Prom
Committee, Junior-Senior Play Committee,
Graduation Usher, Nativity Scene.
GRAY, DANA V.-Son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Gray, 440 Laurel Street. Art Club,
Chorus, 1964 School Musical. Transfer from
Pleasant View High School, Columbus, Ohio,
Art Club, Pep Club, Hi-Y Club, Vice-Pres-
GREEN, REUBEN DALE-Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Cleve Green, 421 Jarnigan Avenue. Trans-
fer from John Foster Dulles High, Stratford,
Texas. Basketball, Track, Hi-Y.
GREENE, ADREN STERL-Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Wright Greene, 2222 Turkey
Street. Key Club, Future Farmers of America.
GREENE, EUDOLA HENSLEY-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Hensley, 700 Har-
ville Street. Future Homemakers of America,
Parliamentarian 1, Vice-President 3, President
2, Future Homemaker of the Year, 2, Junior
and Chapter Homemaker Degrees, Bowling
League, Red Cross Representative, Anchor
Club, President 4, Vice-President 3, Junior-
Senior Play Committee.
GREENE, RICHARD-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
William F. Greene, 728 Baird Avenue.
GREGG, H. ELOISE-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Y. J. Gregg, Route 3. Future Home-
makers of America.
GRIFFITH, ODIS-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Curtis Griffith, 517 Inman Street. Transfer
from Leatherwood High School, Leatherwood,
GRIGSBY, GERALDINE R.-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Grigsbyi Jr., Route 5.
Junior Classical League, Beta Club, Anchor
Club, Beautficiation Queen Candidate, Grad-
uation Usher, Future Homemakers of Amer-
ica, Chaplain 3, Varsity Visit, Junior and
Chapter Homemaker Degrees, T.V.A. 81 I.
Style Show, Accelerated Program at East
Tennessee State University.
GUINN, CARRIE ADELINE-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Guinn, Jr., Route 2, Tal-
bott. Basketball, Alternate Captain 4, Beta
Club, Anchor Club, Treasurer 4, Future
Homemakers of America.
HALE, HAROLD H.-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Estal Hale, Route 5. Key Club, Treasurer 4,
Future Fanners of America.
HALE, THOMAS N.-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Vernon Hale, Route 1, Russellville. HURRI-
CANE Staff, Artist, Future Farmers of Amer-
ica, American Red Cross Council, Beta Club,
Junior Classical League, Student Council,
President 4, Prom Committee, 'Nativity Scene.
HALL, DAVID C.-Son of Mr. and Mrs. I. C.
Hall, Route 3. Future Farmers of America.
HARBIN, CHARLOTTE CAROLE-Daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Harbin, Route 3.
Junior Classical League, Future Homemakers
of America, Junior Homemaker Degree, Jun-
ior-Senior Play Committee.
HARRELL, JAMES T.-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ted Harrell, Route 2, Talbott. Football,
Future Fanners of America, Sentinel 3, 4,
Chorus, Glee Club, Concert Choir.
HARRISON, GEORGE RICHARD-Son of
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Harrison, 522 West
Sixth North Street. American High School
Red Cross, Spanish Club.
HARTMAN, SUSAN ANN-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert R. Hartman, 525 West Hill-
crest Drive. Future Homemakers of America,
Spanish Club, Bowling League, Vice-President
4, Beta Club, Band.
HARVILLE, CAROLYN ELAINE-Daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harville, 603 Rosedale
HAUN, BARBARA-Daughter of Mrs. Alma
Haun, Route 1, Russellville.
HAUN, BRENDA S.-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Connie B. Haun, 728 West Charles
Street. Future Homemakers of America, Jun-
ior Y-Teens, Junior-Senior Play Committee.
HAUN, JUDY ELLEN-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. G. Paul Haun, 412 Carriger Street.
Future Homemakers of America, T. 81 I.
Club, American Red Cross Council.
HAUN, SANDRA LEE-Daughter of Mrs.
Lena Haun, 1941 Rogers Road. Future Home-
makers of America.
HAYTER, JUDY E.-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Hayter, 1621 South Cumberland
Street. HURRICANE Staff, Ad Salesman,
Future Homemakers of America, Parliamen-
tarian 2, 3, Junior and Chapter Homemaker
Degrees, Junior Y-Teens, Secretary 2, Beta
Club, Senior Y-Teens, President 4, Prom
Committee, Beautification Queen Candidate,
Office Assistant, Graduation Usher.
HAYTER, LINDA JANE-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Hayter, 550 Spruce Street.
Beta Club, Secretary 4, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Vice-
President 4, Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Secretary 2,
Thespian Society, Future Teachers of Amer-
ics, Future Homemakers of America, Junior
Classical League, Spanish Club, High School
Red Cross Council, Prom Committee, Junior-
Senior Play Committee.
HELTON, BARBARA JOAN-Daughter of
Mrs. John L. Helton, Route 1. Future Teachers
of America, Glee Club, Concert Choir, Li-
brary Club, Future Homemakers of America,
Junior Y-Teens, Chorus, Prom Committee,
1964 School Musical.
HELTON, PATRICIA A.-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William C. Helton, Ridgeview. Fu-
ture Homemakers of America, Parliamentarian
1, Junior and Chapter Homemaker Degrees,
Bowling League, Treasurer 2, Beta Club, Tri-
Hi-Y, Prom Committee.
HILEMAN, E. ANNE-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Powell Hileman, 2138 East Out-
er Drive. ITAKHA Staff, Ad Salesman, Beta
Club, Anchor Club, Secretary 3, 4, Future
Homemakers of America, Vice-President 2,
Secretary 3, Smoky Mountain Sub-region,
Reporter 3, Junior, Chapter, and State Home-
maker Degrees, T.V.A. 8: I. Style Show, Fu-
ture Homemaker Girl of the Year, 4, Prom
Committee, Office Assistant, Nativity Scene.
HILL, MARY ELIZABETH-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl C. Hill, 2444 North Economy
Road. ITAKHA Staff, Assistant Business Man-
ager, Junior Classical League, Beta Club,
Tri-Hi-Y, President 2, Hi-Y Convention Re-
cording Secretary, Future Homemakers of
America, Junior and Chapter Homemaker
Degrees, Prom Committee.
HIPSHIRE, JAMES RUBLE-Son of Mrs.
Ruble L. Hipshire, Route 3. Key Club, Future
Farmers of America.
HODGE, AGNES PAULINE-Daughter of
Mrs. Ella Hodge, 312 West Fourth South
Street. T. 8: I. Club.
HODGE, CONSTANCE CHARLENE-Daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hodge, 1527
Stetzer Circle. Basketball, Glee Club, Junior
Red Cross, Future Homemakers of America,
Spanish Club, Concert Choir, Prom Commit-
tee, 1964 School Musical, Junior-Senior Play
HODGE, NANCY ELIZABETH-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert L. Hodge, 540 North
Jackson Street. Future Homemakers of Amer-
ica, Chaplain 3, Junior, Chapter, and State
Homemaker Degrees, Junior Classical League,
Driver's Education Club, Office Assistant.
HOLDWAY, MICHEAL R.-Son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Holdway, Route 5.
HOLT, SUZANNE-Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Holt, 229 East Third North Street. ITAK-
HA Staff, Ad Salesman, Junior Classical
League, Junior Y-Teens, Senior Y-Teens,
Future Homemakers of America, Band, Prom
Committee, Junior-Senior Play Committee,
HONAKER, RICHARD-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
D. R. Honaker, 604 Jamigan Avenue.
HORNER, ERNEST FRANKLIN, III-Son of
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Horner, Jr., 840 West
Second North Street. Hi-Y Club: Thespian
Society: Junior Red Cross Representative:
Prom Committee: Junior-Senior Play: Fresh-
man-Sophomore Play: Band.
HORNER, GARY-Son of Mr. and Mrs. Cal-
vgln Homer, 225 Laurel Street. Football: Art
HORNER, MURPHY B.-Son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. B. Homer, 124 Morton Street.
HORTON, MARGARET J.-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. O. V. Horton, 1940 Eastern Avenue.
Junior Classical League: Library Club: Fu-
ture Teachers of America: Prom Committee:
Drivers' Education Club: Junior-Senior Play
Committee. Transfer from Grand Island Sen-
ior High School Grand Island, Nebraska. Stu-
dent Council Representative: Cheerleader: Of-
fice Assistant: Pep -Club: Future Nurses
glug: Future Teachers of America: Library
HUGHETT, BOBBY-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Hughett, 354 South Liberty Hill Road.
HUGHETT, JOHN W.-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Lee Hughett, 1022 West Sixth North
Street. Football: Nativity Scene.
HURLEY, CONSTANCE-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Marshall Hurley, 1602 Medlin Road.
Library Club: Junior Classical League: Fu-
ture Homemakers of America: Beta Club:
Prom Committee: Nativity Scene.
HURLEY, GARY W.-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Hurley, Route 3. Glee Club: Concert
Choir, Secretary and Treasurer: 1964 School
HURST, BRENDA SUE-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Edgar Hurst, Route 2, Talbott.
HURT, CAROLYN LANE-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Earl S. I-Iurt, 412 Redwood Street.
HURRICANE Staff, Ad Salesman: Junior
Classical League: Junior Y-Teens, Treasurer
2: Future Homemakers of America, Chaplain
1, 4: Junior Homemaker Degree: Varsity Visit:
Alpha Tri-Hi-Y: Thespian Society: Prom
Committee: Junior-Senior Play Committee:
Freshman-Sophomore Play: Beta Sigma Phi
Award, 2: Graduation Usher.
HUT, EDITH JANE-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. R. W. Hut, 903 Montview Avenue.
HURRICANE Staff, Ad Salesman: Junior
Classical League: Library Club: Future Teach-
ers of America, Reporter 4: Spanish Club:
American High School Red. Cross Council:
Anchor Club: Beta Club: Art Club: German
Club: Junior-Senior Play Committee: Prom
INMAN, DENNIS H.-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
William H. Inman, Route 3. Football: Junior
Classical League: Prom Committee.
ISBELL, MARY ANN-Daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. S. B. Isbell, Lyn Mar Hills. HURRI-
CANE Staff, Ad Salesman: Junior Classical
League: Library Club: Beta Club: Tri-Hi-Y:
Junior Y-Teens: Band, Secretary 1: Junior-
Senior Play Committee: Prom Committee: Li-
brary Assistant: Office Assistant: Nativity
JACKSON, DONALD-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
James A. Jackson, Route 1. Future Farmers
of America, Treasurer 3.
JARNAGIN, GROVER N.-Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gail Jamagin, 900 East: Fourth North
Street. Football: Track.
JARNIGAN, HAROLD B.-Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Kyle Jarnigan, 419 East Avenue. All
Conference Basketball: Track.
JEFF ERS, CHARLES E.-Son of Mrs. Georgie
Jeffers, 425 West Charles Street. T. 81 I.
JENKINS, JAMES LAWRENCE, JR.-Son of
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Jenkins, 835 Tru-
JOHNS, RONALD LARRY-Son of Mrs.
Laora Johns, Route 5.
JOHNS, RUTH ANN-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Johns, Cameron Drive. Anchor
Club, Senior Director, 4: Library Club, Vice-
President 4: Future Teachers of America:
Beta Club: Library Assistant. Transfer from
Hancock High School, Sneedville, Tennessee.
Future Homemakers of America: Glee Club.
JOHNSON, BEN LOUIS-Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter C. Davis, 340 Wilder Street. Foot-
ball: Track: Nativity Scene. Transfer from
Church Hill High School, Church Hill, Ten-
nessee. Football: Track: Baseball.
JOHNSON, JOHNNY WAYNE-Son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Johnson, Route 5. Junior
Classical League: Football.
JONES, MICHEAL D.-Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence H. Jones, 221 Van Vooris
Street. Football: T. 8 I. Club, Vice-Pres-
ident: Chorus: Prom Committee.
JUSTICE, ROBERT W.-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Justice, 524 Oak Street. Alpha Hi-Y,
Secretary: Beta I-Ii-Y, Sergeant-at-Arms: Foot-
ball: Prom Committee: Nativity Scene.
KELLEY, FRANCES WILSON-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Hulan O. Wilson, 1284 Carmi-
chael Drive. Transfer from Lynch High
School, Lynch, Kentucky.
KIMBROUGH, JAMES KENNETH-Son of
Mr. and Mrs. James McCampbell, Route 2.
KING, MARGARET-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James King, 429 South Hill Street.
ITAKHA Staff, General Assistant: HURRI-
CANE Staff, Ad Salesman: Junior Y-Teens:
Future Homemakers of America: Library
Club: Beta Club: Thespian Society,'Reporter
3: Bowling League, Secretary 2: Future
Teachers of America, President 3: Art Club:
President's Club: Third Place Winner in A-
merican Legion Essay Contest: Regional Math
Contest, Third Place: Freshman-Sophomore
Play: Junior-Senior Play Committee: Prom
Committee: Office Assistant.
KINKEAD, JOHN-Son of Mr. and Mrs. R.
L. Kinkead, 1015 East Second North Street.
KIRKPATRICK, RAY-Son of Mr. Homer
Kirkpatrick, Russellville. Future Farmers of
America: Junior Classical League.
KISER, BRENDA-Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Kiser, 1428 Buffalo Trail. Junior Class-
ical League: Beta Club: Band: Prom Com-
mittee : Office Assistant.
LANDIS, VICKIE JANE-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Victor N. Landis, 613 Charles Ave-
nue. Future Homemakers of America, Ples-
ident 1, Reporter 2, Chaplain 4: Future Home-
makers of America State Choir: Future Teach-
ers of America: Junior Y-Teens: Anchor
Club: Junior, Chapter, and State Homemaker
Degrees: Future Homemaker Girl of the
Year: T.V.A.81I. Style Show: Band: Grad-
uation Usher: Prom Committee: Office Assist-
ant: W.C.T.U. Speech Contest.
LANE, .BOBBY C.-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert H. Lane, 302 Locust Street.
LANE, DANNY-Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Lane, 842 Panorama Drive. Chorus: Glee Club.
LANE, DOUGLAS D.-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry C. Lane, Route 5. Future Farmers
of America, Vice-President 3, 4.
LANE, EDDIE-Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Lane, 842 Panorama Drive. Baseball.
LAWSON, JUDITH ANN-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Lawson, Route 5. Future Home-
makers of America: Junior Classical League.
LEABOW, PAMELA JOY-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. O. Leabow, 2118 Washington
Street. Beta Club.
LEE, JOHN M.-Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
W. Lee, Box 142 Russellville.
LEFEVERS, BONNIE JUNE-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lefevers, Route l, Tal-
LEFTWICH, CHARLES MICHAEL-Son of
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert B. Leftwich, Route 2,
Talbott. Junior Classical League.
LEGG, LILLIAN MARIE-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Rastus Legg, 726 Linnie
Avenue. Junior Classical League: Future
Homemakers of America: Junior Y-Teens: L1-
brary Club: Beta Club: Concert Choir: J
ior-Senior Play Committee: 1964 School la
LETCHFORD, HAROLD-Son of Mr. a
Mrs. R. H. Letchford, Route 4. Future Far
ers of America.
LEWIS, BRUCE G.-Son of Mr. and M
grace T.-Lewis, 604 North Hill Street. Bar
LEWIS, DORIS J.-Granddaughter of Dil
and Mrs. A. R. James, 823 South Clevela
Avenue. HURRICANE Staff, Ad Salesma:
ITAKHA Staff, Assistant Circulation Ma
ger: Future Homemakers of Azmerica, vill
President, 2, President 3, Class President
Future Homemaker Girl of the Year: Juni
Chapter, and State Homemaker Degr
T.V.A. 81 I. Style Show: Varsity Vi
Junior Y-Teens, Vice-President 2: Senior
Teens, Reporter 4: Beta Club: Presidem
Club: Junior Classical League: Bowlil
League, President 2: Future Teachers 1
America, Historian 3: Library Club: Nativi
Scene: Student Council: Prom Committet
Junior-Senior Play Committee: Graduatio
Usher: Office Assistant.
LEWFS, RALPH EDWARD-Son of Mr. a
Mrs. Bruce T. Lewis, 604 North Hill Str
LINKOUS, DAVID LEE-Son of Mr. a
Mrs. Harold Linkous, 829 Terrace View Driv
LITTLE, VIRGINIA A.-Daughter of Ml
and Mrs. Hugh D. Little, Route 1, Russel
ville. Future Homemakers of America: Libral
Club :I Library Assistant.
LLOYD, GERALDEAN RUTH-Daughter 4
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Lloyd, Route f
Russellville. Future Homemakers of America
Junior Classical League.
LONG, JAMES EDWARD-Son of Mr. an
Mrs. Morris H. Long, 512 Carriger Stree
LONG, RACHEL YVONNE-Daughter of M:
and Mrs. Raymond W. Long, 713 Rutledg
Street. Future Homemakers of America: Col
cert Choir: 1964 School Musical.
LOVELACE, BONNIE A.-Son of Mr. an
Mrs. Bonnie A. Lovelace, 403 North Hig
Street. Basketball, Captain 3, 4: Basebal
Co-Captain 4: Senior Class Vice-President
Nativity Scene: Regional Math Contest. Tran:
fer from Salem High School, Morgantor
North Carolina. Science Club. ,
LOVIN, ROBERT CLAYTON-Son of M1
and Mrs. Dayton Lovin, 1035 Tip Top Circlc
LOWE, DENNIS WAYNE-Son of Mr. ani
Mrs. Charles R. Lowe, 425 South Mill Street
McCLANAHAN, PEGGY JOYCE-Daughte
of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McClanahan, Rout
McCRACKEN, JUDITH KAYE-Daughter o
Mrs. Beryle McCracken, 444 South Daisj
Street. Future Homemakers of America.
McCUNE, MALCOLM L.-Son of Mr. am
Mrs. W. W. McCune, 522 Poplar Street
Beta Hi-Y: Alpha Hi-Y: Thespian Society
Band: Junior-Senior Play.
McGILL, JIM-Son of Mrs. Millie McGil
611 East Fourth North Street. Future Farmer
McGLAMERY, WAYNE-Son of Mr. ant
Mrs. Carl McGlamery, Route 3, Future Farm
ers of America.
McKEMY, SHARON-Daughter of Mr. am
Mrs. Fred McKemy, 209 l..aurel Street. Fu
ture Homemakers of America: Junior Clas
McKINNEY, MARTHA-Daughter of Mr. anc
Mrs. Horace McKinney, Route 4. Glee Club:
1964 School Musical.
McCLAIN, JAMES PAUL-Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Carson McLain, 832 Linnie Avenue.
MAGILL, MARTHA ANN-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Magill, 520 Hale Avenue. ITAKHA
Staff, Editorial Chaimian: Senior Class Pres-
ident: Cheerleader: Homecoming Queen:
Band: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Secretary 4: Beta
Club, Corresponding Secretary 4: Junior Clas-
l League: Junior Red Cross Represent-
e, Vice-President 2: Prom Committee:
ior-Senior Play Committee: President's
b: 'W.C.T.U. Speech Contest Winner: Na-
LLICOAT, SUE-Daughter of Mr. and
s. Shields Mallicoat, Route 5. Future
rnemakers of America, Historian 2, 3: Jun-
and Chapter Homemaker Degrees: Junior
RSHALL CHARLOTTE ANN--Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Lofton Marshall, 701 Talbott
eet. T. 81 J. Club, President 3, 4: Junior
ssical League: Future Homemakers of
erica: Glee Club: Library Club: Concert
oir: Prom Committee: Junior Red Cross
RSHALL, JAMES KENNETH-Son of
. and Mrs. Hubert Marshall, 328 Highland
RSHALL, LEROY-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
rt Marshall, Route 1, Russellville. Future
rmers of America, Reporter. 2, Treasurer 3:
trical Contest Winner.
RSHALL, RANDALL WESLEY-Son of
. Mary E. Marshall, 1601 West Andrew
nson Highway. Football.
SON, LINDA DARLENE-Daughter of
. and Mrs. James R. Mason, 727 Rosedale
Y, RONNIE W.-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
nry May, 519 West Fifth North Street.
gional Math Contest Winner, First Place.
YES, CHRISTINE-Daughter of Mr. and
s. Earl Mayes, Route 1. Future Home-
kers of America: Office Assistant.
YES, DELORES FAYE-Daughter of Mrs.
.uline Mayes, 212 Converse Street. Future
omemakers of America. Transfer from Bass
ugh School, Atlanta, Georgia.
AYES, ,LYNDA CAROL-Daughter of Mr.
d Mrs. James N. Mayes, Route 2. Future
memakers of America: Junior Y-Teens:
lherican High School Red Cross Council:
nncert Choir: Prom Committee.
lEDLlN, SUE ELLEN-Daughter of Mr.
,d Mrs. W. Keith Medlin, 1526 Briar Cliff
rcle. ITAKHA Staff, Class Editor: Junior
:d Cross: Beta Club, Treasurer 4: Thesplan
iciety: Anchor Club: Tri-Hi-Y: Band Coun-
l, Secretary 4: Band: Band Clinic, Red Band
rst Chair 3, 4: Solo Festival: Prom Com-
ittee: Junior-Senior Play.
,EFFORD, ROGER-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
ln R. Mefford, 703 West Fifth North Street.
ILLER, BEVERLY-Daughter of Mr. and
rs. Donald W. Miller, Lee Drive. Beta Club:
:ture Homemakers of America: Jlln10l'
:winemaker Degree: Junior Classical League?
-om Committee: Junior-Senior Play Commit-
ILLER, GWENDOLYN-Daughter of Miss
Ita Goans, Noe Chapel Road. Bowling
ragueg Future Homemakers of America:
xanish Club: Drivers' Education Club.
ILLER, WILLIAM HOWARD-Son of Mr.
id Mrs. W. H. Miller, Route 4.
ILLIGAN, DIANE-Daughter of Mr. and
rs. Wayne P. Milligan, Route 3. ITAKHA
aff, Senior Index Chairman: Junior Y-Teens?
brary Club: Junior Classical League: Beta
ub: Prom Committee: Junior-Senior Play
ITCHELL, JAMES-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
iloe Mitchell, 930 Merwin Street.
INOR, SANDRA LOU-Daughterlof Mrs.
:ne F. McCoig, Route 1, White Pine. TPR-
essee. Transfer from White Pine High
bool, White Pine, Tennessee. PINE WHIS-
IRS Staff, Typist: Basketball: Beta Club?
iture Homemakers of America: Library
nb: Glee Club: Library Assistant.
OORE, JERRY-Son of. Mr. and Mrs.
nhert, Fair. Route 1. Spanish Club-
DORF, PATSY JOANN-Daughter of Mr.
d Mrs. Charlie Moore, Route 3. Future
Homemakers of America: Junior Classical
League: Anchor Club.
MOORE, SAMUEL CALVIN-Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Amos Moore, 719 North Jackson Street.
Junior Classical Ifeague: Beta Hi-Y: Alpha
Hi-Y: Band, Treasurer 4: Prom Committee:
Junior-Senior Play Committee: Nativity
MOORE, STEVE-Son of Mr. and Mrs. Clister
Moore, 2602 Purkey Street. Basketball.
MURPHY, JOYCE-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Wilson, 1014 East First North
Street. Future Homemakers of America: Jun-
ior Classical League: Library Club.
NEAL, JAMES THOMAS-Son of Mrs. Lola
Neal, Route 2, Talbott. Baseball.
NEEDHAM, GARY-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
William S. Needham, .2016 Murray Street.
Football: Prom Committee.
NOE, ROY LEE-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Cleddies Noe, 914 Crescent Street. Track:
Baseball: Glee Club: T. 81 I. Club.
NORRIS, ARELIOUS CURETON-Son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. Norris, 812 Highland Drive.
Prom Committee: Chorus. Transfer from
Crossville High School, Crossville, Tennessee.
NORTHERN, PATRICIA A.-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward M. Northern, West Hills.
NORTON, DARLENE-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jimmy Norton, 617 Rosedale Avenue.
Future Homemakers of America, Song
Leader, Treasurer: Chorus: Concert Choir:
American Red Cross Council.
ODOM, BEATRICE ELAINE-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Odom, Route 4. Beta
Club: Junior Classical League: Poetry Con-
test Winner: Office Assistant.
OLIVER, PHYLLIS-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Oliver, Route 2. Beta Club: Fu-
ture,Homemakers of America: Junior Class-
ical League: Accelerated Program at East
Tennessee State University. ,
OSBORNE, BARBARA SUNDERLAND-
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Sunder-
land, Route 2. Junior Y-Teens: Future Home-
makers of America: American High School
Red Cross Council: T. 81 I. Club: Junior-
Senior Play Usher: W.C.T.U. Speech Con-
tset Winner: Bowling League: Glee Club.
OSBORNE, SANDRA JILL-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Osborne, Route 4. American
High School Red Cross Council: Bowlirlg
League. Transfer from Wilbur Wright High
School, Detroit, Michigan. Basketball: Fresh-
OWEN, DANNY-Son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Owen, Route 4. Chorus: Glee Club.
OWEN, DONNA SUE-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James Owen, 823 Sulphur Springs Road.
Future Homemakers of America: Junior Clas-
OWEN, JIMMY DEAN-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Owen, 805 Baird Street. Beta Hi-Y, Re-
porter 1: Alpha Hi-Y, President 4: Prom
Committee: American Red Cross Represent-
OWEN, RONALD M.-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl H. Owen, 1432 Knollwood Drive. Foot-
ball: Junior Red Cross Representative.
OYER, CARLA SUE-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert E. Oyer, 452 Laurel Street.
Future Teachers of America: Library Club:
Bowling League: American High School Red
Cross: Art Club: German Club. Transfer -from
Mifflin High School, Columbus, Ohio. Student
Council: Tri-Hi-Y: Cheerleader: Girls Ath-
letic Association: Glee Club.
PAINTER, MELBA LOUISE-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Painter, 305 Pauline
Avenue. Future Homemakers of America: T.
8: I. Club, Secretary 4: Chorus: Concert
Choir, Secretary 3, President 4: Tennessee All-
State Chorus: Freshman-Sophomore Play: Jun-
ior-Senior Play Usher: 1964 School Musical.
PALMER, RONALD O.-Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Palmer, 559 West Hillcrest Drive.
ITAKHA Staff, Sports Editor: Freshman Class
President: Sophomore Class President: Junior
Class President: Football: All Big-Seven Con-
ference: All-East Tennessee Team: Track:
State Decathlon: Hi-Y Club: Junior Red
Cross, Secretary 2: Boys' State Represent-
ative: Prom Committee: Junior-Senior Play
Committee: Nativity Scene.
PARKER, SANDRA GAY-Daughter of Mrs.
Eloise Parker, 503 South Liberty Hill Road.
Future Homemakers of America: Prom Com-
mittee: Junior-Senior Play Usher.
PARKER, VICTORIA LYN-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis A. Parker, 711 Sulphur
Springs Road. Junior Y-Teens: Future Home-
makers of America: German Club: Concert
Choir: Junior-Senior Play Committee.
PATTERSON, JANE ENGELBERT-Daugh-
ter of Mrs. Engelbert Patterson, 815 West
Main Street. ITAKHA Staff, Ad Salesman:
Beta Club: Tri-Hi-Y: American Red Cross
Council, Secretary 3: Band: Prom Committee:
J unior-Senior Play Committee.
PENDERGRASS, GERALDINE E.-Daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Pendergrass, 1125
East First North Street. Future Homemakers
of America: American Red Cross Council:
PENLAND, BRENDA KAYE-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Penland, Route 4.
Future Homemakers of America: Junior Clas-
PENLAND, LINDA FAYE-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. James H. Penland, Route 4. Junior
Classical League: Future Homemakers of
America: Junior and Chapter Homemaker
Degrees: American Red Cross.
PENLAND, REBECCA-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert N. Penland, Route 5. Freshman
Class Secretary: Sophomore Class Secretary:
Senior Class Treasurer: Beta Club: Junior
Y-Teens: Junior Red Cross: Junior Classical
League: Library Club: Future Teachers of
America: Senior Y-Teens: Cheerleader: Beta
Hi-Y Sweetheart: Beautification Queen Can-
didate: Prom Committee: Junior-Senior Play
Committee: Nativity Scene.
PEOPLES, RICHARD-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Peoples, 2345 Andrew Johnson High-
PERRY, MARGARET ELIZABETH-Daugb
ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Howard Perry, 1108
Ridgecrest. ITAKHA Staff, Co-Editor: Beta
Club: Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Treasurer 2: Alpha
Tri-Hi-Y: Thespian Society: Art Club, Treas-
urer 3, President 4: President's Club: Junior
Classical League: Future Homemakers of
America: Future Teachers of America: Li-
brary Club: American High School Red Cross
Council: German Club: Prom Committee:
Graduation Usher: Junior-Senior Play Com-
mittee: American Field Service Candidate.
PHILLIPS, C. LYNN-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Phillips, Route 5: Key Club, Vice-
President 3, President 4: Junior Classical
League: American Red Cross Representative:
PITTMAN, RICHARD-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth C. Pittman, 225 Gilbert Street. Foot-
ball: Key Club: Junior Classical League.
POLING, STEVE-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Poling, Route 2, Talbott.
POLLARD, LINDA CAROLYN-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pollard, Route 2, Talbott.
POPLIN, DEESE-Son of Mrs. H. U. Poplin,
808 Forest Drive. Spanish Club.
POSEY, JOANE-Daughter of Mrs. Margie
Sears, 814 Lincoln Avenue. Transfer from
Walter F. George High School, Atlanta,
POWELL, CAROLYN JEAN-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Asa Powell, White Avenue. Beta
Club: Library Club: Junior Y-Teens: Senior
Y-Teens: Bowling League: Junior Classical
PRICE, DONNIE-Son of Mr. Leroy Price,
914 Brown Avenue. Transfer from Rogers-
ville High School, Rogersville, Tennessee.
Basketball, Pep Club.
PRICE, MARGARET ELAINE-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Price, Route 5. Fu-
ture Homemakers of America, Junior Classical
League, Junior Red Cross Representative,
Beta Club, Senior Y-Teens, Junior Y-Teens,
Beautification Queen Candidate, Junior-
Senior Play Committee.
PRICE, MITCHELL RODGER-Son of Mr.
and Mrs. William E. Price, 528 West Third
PURKEY, JACK H.-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Purkey, 1005 West Skyline Drive.
PURKEY, SANDRA DARLENE-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Payne W. Purkey, Route 1.
Future Homemakers of America, Junior and
Chapter Homemaker Degrees.
RAMSEY, DONNA ELIZABETH-Daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Ramsey, Jr., 1204
West Seventh North Street. ITAKHA Staff,
Co-Editor, Art Club, Treasurer 4, Junior Red
Cross Representative, Library Club, Beta
Tri-Hi-Y, Historian 2, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Ger-
man Club, Thespian Society, American High
School Red Cross Council, Junior Classical
League, Beta Club, Band, Junior-Senior Play
Committee, Prom Committee, Office Assist-
ant, Beautification Queen Candidate, Nativi-
ty Scene, Student Director of Play.
RAUBERTS, PATRICIA ANN--Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Rauberts, 408 Hale Ave-
nue. Tri-Hi-Y, Beta Club, Chorus, Prom
Committee, Junior-Senior Play Committee.
Transfer from Pleasant View High School,
Columbus, Ohio. Cheerleader, Symphonic
Choir, Girl's 'Athletic Association, PLEAS-
ANT VIEWER Staff, Tri-Hi-Y.
REESE. CLARIS, JR.--Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Claris Reese. Sunset Hills.
RHINES, EDDIE RAY-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
E. T. Rhines, Route 3. Key Club, Junior Clas-
sical League, American Red Cross, Football.
RICE, BRENDA LEE-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Leon F. Rice, 904 North Outer Drive.
ITAKHA Staff, Assistant Circulation Man-
ager, Junior Classical League, Beta Club,
Prom Committee, Junior-Senior Play Com-
mittee, Regional Math Contest, Office As-
sistant, Nativity Scene.
RICHMANN, PAUL-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Richmann, 2133 Murray Street.
RICHTER, SARAH LOVELOCK-Daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Richter, 456 Oak
Street. Beta Club, Anchor Club, Junior Y-
Teens, Junior Classical League, 1964 School
Musical. Transfer from Knoxville Catholic
High School, Knoxville, Tennessee. Glee Club,
RICKARD, M. MARGARET-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Rickard, 1538 Jones
RIMMER, LYNDA ANN-Daughter of Mrs.
Carrie Lou Rimmer, 445 Wilder Street. HUR-
RICANE Staff, Ad Salesman, Future Home-
makers of America, Treasurer 1, Junior
Homemaker Degree, Junior Red Cross Coun-
cil, Junior Classical League, Junior Y-Teens,
Tri-Hi-Y, Beta Club, Gennan Club, Student
Council, ,Secretary 3, Vice-President 4, Grad-
uation Usher, Prom Committee, Junior-Senior
Play Committee, Office Assistant, Nativity
ROBERTSON, SALLY JEAN-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Robertson, Route
1. Future Homemakers of America, Secretary
3, Junior, Chapter, and State Homemaker
Degrees, T.V.A.8I. Style Show, Library Club,
American High School Red Cross.
RUFFNER, SARAH JANE-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ruffner, 811 Crescent
Street. Future- Homemakers of America, His-
torian 1, Junior Homemaker Degree, Anchor
Club, Junior Classical League, Bowling League.
RUSSELL, LINDA DARLENE-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dal Russell, 714 Church
Street. Future Homemakers of America, Song
Leader 1, Glee Club, Concert Choir, Vice-
President 2, 3, 4, Beta Club, Junior Red
Cross Representative, Tennessee All-State Cho-
rus 2, 3, Office Assistant.
SAMS, JERRY C.-Son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Sams, 1360 Price Drive.
SANDERS, WILLIAM THOMAS-Son of Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Sanders, Jr., 2007 Eastem
Avenue. Football, Key Club. Transfer from
Church Hill High School, Church Hill, Ten-
SATTERFIELD, GALE-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Satterfield, 1119 Water-
crest. Anchor Club, Junior Y-Teens, Library
Club, Prom Committee, Office Assistant.
SCOTT, DANNY-Son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
G. Scott, 217 Montrose Avenue. ITAKHA
Staff, Assistant Sports Editor, Football, Co-
Captain 4, All Big Seven Center, Most Val-
-uable Defensive Player Award, Junior Red
Cross Representative, Prom Committee, Na-
SCOTT, DOUGLAS-Son of Dr. and Mrs.
Charles S. Scott, 1219 West Fifth North
SEAGLE, JAMES C.-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank W. Seagle, Route 5. Key Club, Junior
Classical League, Spanish Club, Prom Com-
mittee, J unior-Senior Play Committee.
SEALS, GLENDA PAULINE-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Seals, Route 3.
SEALS, PAUL E2-Son of Mr. and Mrs. John
E. Seals, 441 South Hill Street. T. S I.
Club, Reporter 4, Junior Red Cross Repre-
SEALS, SANDRA DARLENE-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Quinton H. Seals, 337 West
Hillcrest Drive. HURRICANE Staff, Ad Sales-
man, Junior Y-Teens, Senior Y-Teens, Sec-
retary 4, Junior Classical League, Junior
Red Cross Representative, Future Homemak-
ers of America, Reporter 2, Treasurer 3,
Vice-President of Smokey Mountain Sub-re-
gion 4, Junior and Chapter Homemaker De-
grees, Varsity Visit, T.V.A.8I. Style Show,
Junior-Senior Play Committee, Prom Com-
mittee, Office Assistant, Beautification Queen
SELF, LINDA DAY-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Glen Self, 255 Laurel Street. Future
Homemakers of America, Junior Y-Teens.
SEXTON, BOBBY-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Sexton, 816 West Fourth North Street.
Transfer from Hancock High School, Sneed-
SHELTON, JOHNNY WAYNE-Son of Mr.
and Mrs. John H. Shelton, Route 3.
SHEPARD, CAROLYN COLLINS-Daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Collins, 915 North
Church Street. Future Homemakers of Ameri-
SHEPARD, ZORA ETHELENE-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Algie E. Shepard, Route 2.
SHIPLEY, MARY ELLEN-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Eulis Shipley, 530 Spruce Street.
Future Homemakers of America, Library
Club, Prom Committee, Library Assistant.
Transfer from Lynch East Main High School,
SHIPLEY, MARY RUTH-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bert Shipley, 823 Donna Street.
Future Hornemakers of America.
SHOCKLEY, KENNETH R.-Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Austin Shockley, 716 Bradley Street.
Football, Glee Club, Choir, 1964 School
SHOCKLEY. LARRY WAYNE-Son of Mr.
and Mrs. Beaman Shockley, 1541 Goodwin
SHORT, CAROLYN JEAN-Daughter of
Mrs. Hazel Short, 1521 Stetzer Circle.
SHOUN, ROBERT-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Shoun, 418 Montrose Avenue. Tra
SIPE, PHYLLIS-Daughter of Mr. and
W. E. Sipe, 622 South Henry Street.
SISSON, JAMES-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sisson, 905 Scenic Drive.
SISSON, THOMAS-Son of Mr. and
Earl Sisson, 905 Scenic Drive.
SKELTON, WAYMAN-Son of Mr. and
Allie C. Skelton. 1559 Stetzer Circle.
SMALLMAN, PEGGY-Daughter of Mr.
Mrs. Dewles Smallman, Route 1. Basketb
Junior Classical League, Future Homemak
SMITH, LEA WAYNE-Daughter of
and Mrs. G. Wayne Smith, 1128 West Seve
North Street. Junior Class Secretary, IT
HA Staff, Ad Salesman, Beta Club,
Hi-Y, Sergeant-at-Arms, Junior Classi
League, President 2, Student Council,
retary 2, Treasurer 3, Junior Red Cross R
resentative, Beautification Queen Candida
Prom Committee, Junior-Senior Play Com
tee, Office Asisstant, Nativity Scene.
SMITH, M. WAYNE-Son of Mr. and
J. D. Smith, 905 Dalton Circle. Beta Hi
Treasurer 2, Alpha Hi-Y, German Cl
Accelerated Student at Carson-Newman
SMITH, SUSAN LYNN-Daughter of
and Mrs. Fred H. Smith, 925 Walters Dri
HURRICANE Staff, Ad Salesman, Typi
Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Future Teachers of Ameri
Junior-Senior Play Committee, Prom Co
tee, Nativity Scene. Tifansfer from Doby
Bennet High School, Kingsport, Tenness
Junior Classical League, Y-Teens, French
temational Relations Club, Office Assista
SNOW, JOE-Son of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Hamilton, Route 5. Future Farmers of Am
SPROLES, KAREN ANNE-Daughter of N
and Mrs. James W. Sproles, 109 North Hi,
Street. ITAKHA Staff, Ad Salesman, Bc
Club, Thespian Society, Spanish Club, F
ture Teachers of America, American Hi,
School Red Cross Council, Art Club, Secrets
3, Reporter 4, Prom Committee, Junior-Se
ior Play Committee, Freshman-Sophomc
Play, Office Assistant, Nativity Scen
V.F.W. Speech Contest, Third Place. Transi
from McClintock Junior High School, Ch:
lotte, North Carolina. Choir, National Juni
STITCH, JEANNE-Daughter of Col. a
Mrs. Wray M. Stitch, 626 Charles Street. I
ture Teachers of America, Future Hon
makers of America. Transfer from Gr:
Falls High School, Great Falls, Montana. Bow
ing Club, Teen Buyers Club,, Chorus, Pri
Committee, Future Nurses of America.
STROUD, JEANIE E.-Daughter of Mrs. El
abeth Moore, 709 Cave Street. Library Clu
Junior Classical League, Prom Committe
Library Assistant. Transfer from West Will
High School, Wilkesboro, North Carolina.
STUART, TERESA LYNN-Daughter of ll
and Mrs. Frank Stuart, Jr., 354 Redwo
Street. Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Beta Club, Gl
Club: Junior Classical League, 1964 Schm
Musical. Transfer from Bulls Gap Hi
School, Bulls Gap, Tennessee. Cheerleade
Iartgre Teachers of America, Beta Club, Gl
STUBBLEFIELD, DONALD-Son of Mr. a
Mrs. J. P. Stubhlefield, 1328 Oak Stre
Transfer from W. M. Fleming High Scho
Roanoke, Virginia. Wrestling Team.
Mrs. Lucille Irene Stubblefield, 1223 Pri
Drive. T. 81 I. Club.
STUBBLEFIELD, JUDY DARLENE-Dang
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Stubblefiel
Ridgeview. Senior Y-Teens, Chaplain 4, I
are Homemakers of America, Junior-Seni
UFFLE, VIRGINIA-Daughter of Mr. and
. Paul Stuffle, Route 2.
SONG, RITA STEFANIA-Daughter of
r. and Mrs. Roy E. Susong, Route 1, Rus-
llville. Future Homemakers of America: Jun-
BER, MARTHA ANNE-Daughter of Mr.
d Mrs. G. L. Taber, 443 Spruce Street. Jun-
Y-Teens: Junior Classical League: Library
ub: Future Homemakers of America: Prom
mmittee: Future Teachers of America: Jun-
-Senior Play Committee: Office Assistant.
LLEY, FESTUS, JR.-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
stus Talley, Route 2, Bybee. Football, Co-
ptain: All Big Seven Conference: Basket-
ll: Nativity Scene.
LLEY, JUDY-Daughter of Mrs. Velma
lley, 1323 Lee Avenue.
TE, LINDA FAYE-Daughter of Mr. and
rs. George' Tate, 1460 Willow Street.
YLOR, JACQUELYN ANN-Daughter of
r. and Mrs. James C. Taylor, 716 Masengill
enue. High School Red Cross Council,
easurer. Transfer from Jonesboro High
hool, Jonesboro, Tennessee. French Club:
anish Club: Civinettes: Band: Sophomore
ay: Dramatics Club.
AGUE, RICHARD W.-Son of Mr. and
rs. G. S. Teague, 1041 West Sixth North
reet. Football: Prom Committee: Nativity
ARP, DORTHEA LEONA-Daughter of
r. and Mrs. Herbert Tharp, Route 2, Tal-
tt. Glee Club: Concert Choir. Transfer
om Jefferson High School, Jefferson City,
nnessee. Chorus: Band.
OMPSON, STEVEN LARRY-Son of Mr.
d Mrs. Larry Thompson, 437 Ash Street.
ta Club: Key Club: Regional Math Con-
ORN, WALTER-Son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
. Thom, 708 North Highland Drive. HUR-
CANE Staff, Sports Editor: Alpha Hi-Y':
otball Trainer: Nativity Scene: Prom Com-
ittee: Junior-Senior Play Committee: Band.
NKER, MAE ELISE-Daughter of Mr. and
rs. James S. Tinker, 827 Montvue Avenue.
MPKINS, FRED D.-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
. D. Tompkins, Route 3. Future Farmers of
erica, Vice-President 2, President 3, 4.
RENT, BRENDA B.-Daughter of Mr. and
rs. Ellis E. Trent, 937 Marsh Street. Trans-
'r from Church Hill High School, Church
RENT, DAVID L.-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
andon L. Trent, South Liberty Hill Road.
Qey Club, Secretary 4: Beta Club.
'RENT, SUZANNE-Daughter of Mr. and
Irs. Robert L. Trent, 100 Seminole Avenue.
unior Classical League: Art Club, Secretary
: German Club: Prom Committee: Junior-
enior Play Committee: Beautification Queen
ROY, HENRY LEE-Son of Dr. and Mrs.
. Olin Troy, 1803 Morningside. HURRI-
ANE Staff, Junior Editor: Hi-Y Club: Beta
lub: High School Red Cross: Boys' State
epresentative: Regional Math Contest: Jun-
tr-Senior Play Committee: American Field
ervice Exchange Student to Germany. Trans-
:r from Central High School, Knoxville, Ten-
essee. Freshman Class President: Mr. Fresh-
tan Central High School: Basketball: Key
lub: Freshman Chorus: Junior Honor So-
iety: Regional Math Contest.
TULLOCK, CYNTHIA P.-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. R. Tullock, Jr., 520 Memorial
Avenue. ITAKHA Staff, Class Editor: Beta
Club: Anchor Club: Junior Classical League:
Concert Choir: Prom Committee: Junior-
Senior Play Committee: 1964 School Mu-
sical: Nativity Secne.
VAUGHN, JEANNINE-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Vaughn, 532 West Hillcrest Drive.
Future Homemakers of America. Transfer
from Manett High School, Manett, Missouri.
Future Homemakers of America: Pep Club:
Student Council: Girls' Glee Club: Debate
WALKER, JOHN THOMAS-Son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Dale Bacon, 2506 West Andrew John-
WAMPLER, LYNN BARRY-Son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. B. Wampler, Route 2. Football: Base-
ball: Key Club: Prom Committee: Nativity
WARD, SUE ELLEN-Ward of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry F. Gouge, 1015 Marsh Avenue. Library
Club: Junior Red Cross: Nativity Scene:
Prom Committee: Junior-Senior Play Com-
WARREN, JIMMY D.-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Will Ed Warren, 2118 Momingside. Track:
Future Farmers of America.
WATKINS, JAMES CECIL-Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Watkins, Route 2, Talbott. Future
Farmers of America.
WATTS, SHIRLEY DARLENE-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Watts, Route 1.
WEMLINGER, PAUL-Son of Mr. and 'Mrs.
Paul Wemlinger, 909 North Outer Drive. Foot-
ball: Baseball: Nativity Scene.
WHITAKER, CYNTHIA JILL-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. Ralph Whitaker, 1323 North
Fairmount Avenue. Junior Y-Teens: Junior
Red Cross: Library Club: Future Homemak-
ers of America: Chorus: Junior-Senior Play
Committee: Office Assistant.
WHITE, BOBBY LYNN-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
William H. White, Route 2. Future Farmers
WHITEHEAD, LARRY-Son of Mr. Henry
E. Whitehead, Route 2, Talbott.
WHITESIDE, KAREN NEAL-Daughter of
Mt. and Mrs. Robert N. Whiteside, 1436
Walters Drive. Future Homemakers of Amer-
ica: Future Teachers of America: Junior Red
Cross: Junior-Senior Play Committee: Prom
WHITSON, PATRICIA-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. H. L. Whitson, 400 Hale Avenue. Prom
Committee: Beautification Queen Candidate:
Key Club Sweetheart: Junior-Senior Play Com-
mittee. Transfer from Marion High School,
Marion, North Carolina.
WILDER, STEVE-Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jes-
sie B. Wilder, 340 Cleveland Avenue. Key
Club, Chaplain 4: Junior Classical League:
Band: Regional Math Contest.
WILEY, JAMES M.-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
John F. Wiley, 901 West Second North Street.
T. 8: I. Club, Reporter: Nativity Scene.
WILLIAMS, BRENDA KAY-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Williams, 431 Jarnagin Ave-
nue. Library Club: Future Teachers of Amer-
ica: Nativity Scene: Prom Committee: Junior-
Senior Play Committee: Office Assistant: Li-
WILLIAMS, DONALD-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Williams, Jr., Route 3. Future Farmers
of America, Reporter 4.
WILLIAMS, LINDA FAYE-Daughter of Mr.
and- Mrs. Marvin Williams, 721 South Jack-
son Street. Future Homemakers of America:
WILSON, JAMES DAVID-Son of Mr.- and
Mrs. William H. Wilson, 502 Highland Drive.
ITAKHA Staff, Ad Salesman: HURRICANE
Staff, Business Manager: Junior Classical
League: Beta Club: Thespian Society, Vice-
President 4: High School Red Cross Council,
Vice-Chairman 4: Alpha Hi-Y, Reporter 3,
1964 Hi-Y District Conference President:
Junior-Senior Play Committee: Prom Com-
mittee: Regional Math Contest: Band: Fresh-
man-Sophomore Play Committee.
WILSON, MARY SUE-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Bewley, 1165 East Main Street.
Future Homemakers of America.
WINDOM, THERESA YVONNE-Daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Lee Windom, 132
Evans Avenue. Junior Classical League.
WINN, CHARLES JEFREY-Son of Mr.
and Mrs. James B. Winn, 138 Highland Drive.
Beta Club: Alpha Hi-Y: Band.
WITT, LINDA FAYE-Daughter of Mrr.
John W. Shepard, 914 Rosedale Avenue.
WOLFE, CAROL F.-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. H. L. Wolfe, Route 2. Junior Classical
League: Future Homemakers of America:
Library Club: Driver's Education Club: Red
Cross Representative: Office Assistant.
WOLFE, NANCY ANN-Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Clay W. Wolfe, 416 Hedrick Street. An-
chor Club: Prom Coinmittee. Transfer from
Hancock High School, Sneedville, Tennessee.
Glee Club: Future Homemakers of America,
WRIGHT, GLORIA JEAN-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford H. Wright, 1800 Pinecrest
Lane. Sophomore Class Treasurer: Senior
Class Secretary: ITAKHA Staff, Ad Sales-
man: Bowling League: Future Teachers of
America, Vice-President 4: Thespian Society,
Secretary 4: Library Club: Future Home-
makers of America: Junior Y-Teens: Senior
Y-Teens: Junior Classical League: Red Cross
Representative: Band: East Tennessee Band
Clinic 2, 3, 4: Junior-Senior Play: Prom Com-
mittee: Office Assistant.
WRIGHT, JAMES MICHAEL-Son of Mr.
and Mrs. James S. Wright, 1105 Catalonia Ave-
nue. Freshman Class Vice-President: Sopho-
more Class Vice-President: Junior Class Vice-
President: Football: Hi-Y Club: Beta Club:
Boys' State Representative: Math Contest:
Prom Committee: Junior-Senior Play Com-
mittee: Nativity Scene.
WRIGHT, KATRINA ANN-Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Crockett Wright, Jr., 414 West
Sixth North Street. Junior Red Cross Repre-
sentative: HURRICANE Staff, Ad Salesman:
Library Club, Secretary 4: Junior Y-Teens:
Future Homemakers of America: W.C.T.U.
Speech Contest Winner: Prom Committee:
WYKLE, SIDNEY-Son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Wykle, 212 Mohawk Street.
YOUNG, BOBBIE LYNN-Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Noah N. Young, 626 Montview Ave-
nue. HURRICANE Staff, Ad Salesman: Jun-
ior Y-Teens: Beta Club: Thespian Society:
Future Teachers of America: Library Club:
German Club: Freshman-Sophomore Play.
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ADRIAN BIBLE-Circuil' Courl Clerlc GEORGE W. JAYNES-General.
MA-I-TIE PEARL DRINNON-Gerk and Sessions Judge and Juvenile Judge
Masrer BILLY LAMPKIN-Sheriff
GEORGE S. HALE-Trus+ee CLYDE THOMPSON-Tax Assessor
lnfants', ChiIdren's, and Misses
Hosiery and Slippersocks
"FOR YOUNG AMERICA"
"Carried away by if?"
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WOI.FE INSURANCE AGENCY BE-I-I-I-ROSE
PHONE 586-4897 BEAUTY SALON
Day or Nighi' I
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DAVIS PAINT CENTER
830 Souih Cumberland Sfreei'
Phone 586- I 3 I 5
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OF BEAUTY CULTURE
220 Wesf Main Sfreei'
Training Fufure Hairdressers
"Do I+ Yourself S+ore"
430 Soufh Cumberland
PHONE 586-2904 Morrisfown, Tennessee
DAWSON'S WOMAN'S SHOP
I34 Wesf Main S+ree1'
Nafionally Adveriised Lines
R. L. HOLMES SHOE
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DICK'S BEE LINE
Frame Siraighiening Brake Service
Wheel Alignmeni' and Balancing
Soufh Cumberland Sireei'
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WE GIVE C R GREEN STAMPS
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Dry Cleaning Shir+ Service
COVI NGTON CARPET
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I203 Sou'l'h Cumberland Slreel'
Morrislown, Tennessee Phone 586-4493
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23I Souih Cumberland Sireei'
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Andrew Johnson Highway
ANDERSON ELECTRIC CO
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A Ton or a Carload
GILLIAM COAL COMPANY
427 Easl' Main Sfreel'
Finesf of Foods
Delicious Homemade Pies
SHOP AND SAVE
SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO.
Caialogue Sales Office
Soulh Cumberland Shopping Cenlfer
Phone 586 l76I
MOFFISIOWH s Family
arry fry Io lure Sally and Janice ouf of the car by playing folk music. but 'the girls are convinced 'rhaf a ride I
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P6666 586-6965 u.s. me Phone sae.9a-n
MINNIS DRUG STORE
"Pal Sells Pills"
Andrew Johnson Highway
MODEL MOTORS, INC.
JOHNSON'S COIN LAUNDRY
"We Serve EIec+ricaIIy"
S+ree'I Morrisiown. Tennessee
HAYTER OIL CO., INC.
I6l9 Soufh CumberIancI SI'ree'I'
378 I 4
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2II Wesi' Main Sheer
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I iii' ' CANN ED- IN STITUTIO NAL FOODS - FROZEN
50:5 EAST MAIN STREET
Besi' Wishes +o +h
Graduaiing CI f
THE BERKLINE CORPORATION
CHUCKY METALS, INC.
General Manager, GEORGE E. PRICE
I29 Sou'II1 Cumberland S+reeI'
WATTS FURNITURE COMPANY
QUALITY FURNITURE FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES
In Radio Cenfer
Gifts Farm Equipmeni'
TREECE AUTO SHOP
Swifch Lighfs, Aufomafic Transmission. and Tune-Up
2lI5 Andrew Johnson Highway, Morrisfown, Tennessee
THE FARM MARKET
Corner Second Norfh and Cumberland B39 Norm Cumberland Shed
Dial sae-336: Phone 586-7025
Dr. Sieve L. Dolca G. Kei+l1 Purkey, C.P.A.
Ci+y Marlcei' O. S. Sexfon, D.D,S.
Trombley Elecfronics Will F- Baker. D.D.S.
Dr. Howard Brock Isbell and Farris
O. T. and Benny E. Smifh Pearl Hay!-BS
John H. Kinser, M.D. JOG D. Long
C. J. Duby, M.D. Sam M. Chambers, O.D.
Bacon and Dugger
SILVER SPUR RESTAURANT
l305 Soufh Cumberland Srreef
Phone 586-9080 for Orders fo Go
or 'For Dining Room Reservaiions
Complimems of Complimenis of
cocA-coLA A 8' W
PARKS-BELK COMPANY LAMINITE PLASTICS
Complel-e Insurance Service
MRS. ROWENA P. CANTWELL
FRANK P. CANTWELL
I "Never Iafe for a dare in a I9b5 Mercury." I
MORRISTOWN LINCOLN MERCURY, INC
"The Besl' Place Io Trade"
Phone 586-6050 Knoxville Phone 525-5792
Ancl rew Johnson Highway
SUNSET BARBER SHOP
The Laiesf in Barbering
2I29 Wes'r Andrew Johnson Highway 586-8743
CITY SHOE SHOP
Wesf Firsi' Norih Si-reef
The bagboys are Jay Ashley. Randy Burcheff, Charles Johns. and David Winsfead.
SMITH'S IGA MARKET
L'nda. Jay. and Carolyn fake a ride offer school in a I965 Thunderbird from Hamblen Counfy Molor Comp
Complimenls of Complimenls of
STUBBLEFIELD BIBLE INSURANCE
Real Es+a+e and Loans
BURKE AND HODGES
TEAGUE DRUG .
RADIO CENTER Hardware
Morrisfown, Tennessee 586-5893 PHONES 586-5894
BANK OF COMMERCE
HARDING E. WILLIAMS, Presidenl-
NK FOR EVERYBODY
A STRONG FRIENDLY BA
Serving a Communi+y of Balanced
MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
lgglgpm EQTMEERS OFFICE EQUIPMENT C0
R V I22 Wesf Firsl' Norfh Sfreei-
Feed-Seed-Ferfilizer phone 586-027'
Phone 586-9 I4 I
Carl end Eugene! The race is over and fhe PIymou+h's won-so don'f go Ihrough fha showroom
KING SOLOMON MOTORS
UPHOLSTERED CHAIR COMPANY
Church Furniiure S
Phone 586-2530 "Your Sanifone CIeaners"
ADVANCE MUSIC CO.
Televisions TRAVIS CABINET
Record Players . .
Radios Cusiom Bunii Knichens
Dealers 'For RCA Vicior, Zenifh and Moforola our Speciahy
243 Wesi, Main S,h,ee+ WOODROW TRAVIS-Proprieior
Me,-,is-gown Tennessee 420 Dice Sfreef Phone 586-0860
Jamie Burneh' and Dennis Inman never 'frown wifh a Royal Crown . . . King Size Ihafis.
R. C. COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
JOHN CLAWSON, Dis+ribuIor
FABRIC CARE CENTER
Nexi' Io George's MarIceI'
on Easf Main
in Radio Cenfer
Two convenieni' Iocaiions 'ro do your coin operafed Dry Cleaning and Laundry
1 I I I H 1
Mary Elizabefh Hill. loaded down wifh books. appreciaies Denny ScoH's couriesy and his I965 Grand Prix.
PRICE MOTORS, INC.
Ponfiac-Cadillac-G M C Trucks
9II Sou'I'I1 Cumberland SI'ree'I' MORRISTOWN, TENNESSEE
J. W. RIPPETOE COMPANY
Insurance and Real Esfafe
I27 Norfh Henry Sheer
WEST END LANES Dial 586-6l6I
TENNESSEE TRAILWAYS, INC.
Go Trailways! Charler Bus Service
Educafional . . . Excifing . . . Economical
FAST FREQUENT DAILY SCHEDULES
7l0 Sevier Avenue Knoxville, Tennessee
PHONE 525-029l or 523-l923
STOCK YARDS SUPPLY
"The Only Exclusive Sfoclr Yards Supply House in 'lhe U. S. A."
Phone 586-259 I
Phone 586-2 I 63
CBS RADIO AND TELEVISION SERVICE
GRAY SEAL PAINT COMPANY
"I+ Cos'rs Less 'ro Pain'r Wifh The BesI"'
208 Moniview Avenue
MORRISTOWN SUPPLY COMPANY
4340 EasI' Main SI'reeI
Phone 586-62lI Morris+own, Tennesse
PANTHER STEEL COMPANY
Andrew Johnson Highway
P. O. Box I603 Phone 586-7654
"Service Since I 902"
CHEROKEE PLAZA MOTEL
MILLS DRY CLEANERS
US. H-E 586-7890 II.I Easf Fiffh Norih
Jefferson Ciiy, Tennessee N-f-2:21:35
TV-Telephone-Air Condilioning-Swimming Pool
THE HURRICANE DRIVE-IN
"A Grea+ Place 'For Greal' Food"
Phone 586-5592 Knoxville Highway
R. M. ROGERS COMPANY
"The lv1an's Siore Since I897"
ARROW SHIRTS NUNN-BUSH SHOES
KINGMYER MOTOR INN
MOTEL - HOTEL coMBlNATloN
Serving Fine Foods
MEMBER A. H. A.
FRANK'S TAXI 81 DELIVERY SERVICE
CompIimen'I's of Congrafulaiions
Jobbers of Cifies Service
P, O, Box I375 Direci' or Conneciing Mofor
Mo'-risfown' Tennessee Freighi' Service +o AII I'I1e Nafion
" " ' """"'l
TAYLOR JOBBING COMPANY
SALON COX'S SPORTING GOODS
Morrislown Exclusive Sporling Goods
ELSIE RUCKER SANDRA MOSS Cenlel'
SANDY LONG PAULINE COX
239 Wesl' Main Slreel'
VERA TATE DELPHENIA COX
I 33 Wesl' Firsl' Norfh Sfreel'
Jewelers Since l893
. . 'I I
Morrisl'own's Largesl' and Leading Florisl' Sogirivlle -A-ennessee
Special lnvilalion +o High School Sluclenls cms own' ennessee
80l Easl' Second Norih
MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT
FREELS DRUG STORE
Phone 586-695I Free Delivery
In The Heari' of Morrisfown
JOE A. WAYMAN CO.
II36 Easi' Main Sireei
I09 Easi' Main Sfreei
PIANOS o ALLEN ORGANS
STEINWAY o EVERETT o CABLE NELSON
QUINTON'S SINCLAIR STATION
Andrew Johnson Highway
PORTER'S TIRE SERVICE
General Tire Disfribuior
INew, Used, Recap Tires for
Your Jalopy or CacIiIIacI
DR. W. D. JAYNES
II9 Norfh Cumberland Sfreef
Complimenfs of 'Ihe
MorrisI'own's New Giff Cenfer
I339 Norih Cumberland Sfreei'
OAKES MOTOR COMPANY
Your Dealer for Buick, Oldsmobile, and Rambler
mm Complimenls of
PRATER OIL COMPANY
T. W. PRATER, JR.
l3l3 Norfh Cumberland Sireei'
l6ll Andrew Johnson Highway ll-E
Free T.V. in Rooms
Commercial Men Are Always Welcome"
W C R K
The Voice of Communify Service
BEWLEY'S PURE OIL STATION
II55 NorI'h Cumberland Sheer
Compleie Mechanic Service
REAL ESTATE BUILDING CONTRACTOR
G. DELMER VAUGHN. Broker
2I3I Wesi Andrew Johnson Highway
For LancI's Sake, Drop In!
BALLANCE CHEVROLET CO.
Morrisiown, Tennessee and Knoxville, Tennesse
P. TAYLOR COMPANY
HAUN'S BARBER SHOP
Radio Cenfer Buffalo Trail
"We Need Your Head in Our Business"
SHELBY WILLIAMS OF
5303 Tennessee Blvd.
GOODSON 8: MAYES
70I Wesi' Third Nor'l'h Sireei
Insurance and Real EsI'a'Ie
R. P.. MASENGILL
W. C. "BILL" JONES
Souih Cumberland SIree'l' aI Scenic Drive
ECONOMY AUTO ASSOCIATE 1
C. PAUL DEAKINS 432 S. Cumberland Sfreef
GEORGE H. HATFIELD -
Aurhorized Underwood Agenr
3l5 Nor+h Cumberland Sireel'
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALERS
Appalachian Hardwoods l23 Wesi' Firsr Norrh Srreei'
Exporrers of Walnul' Pl"0"'e 5864463
Oak and Ash Veneer Logs Morrislown Tennessee
Specializing in Sleamed Walnur
Lumber all grades, 4X4 rhrough I2f4
EARL RUGEL WOODWORKING
Phone 475-3030 Jefferson Ci+y. Tennesse
RADIO CENTER REALTY
"Jus+ Real Esl'al'e"
I052 Sourh Cumberland Srreei-
H 81 H SERVICE AND
"We Never Close" U
TEXACO PRODUCTS I Soufh Cumberland Shoppmg Cenfer
Cresceni- Shopping Cenier
Easi' Main S'l'ree1'
586-284 I Phones 586-2842
HALE 81 POWELL
l28 Easi' Second Souih S'l'ree1'
THE BLOSSOM SHOP
We Sell Beau+y
4l5 Wesi Firsi Norih S+ree+
586-0733 PHONES 586-0734
Nighf and Sundays 586-0288
MILLEN GARAGE BUILDERS IST CHOICE BREAD
I204 E- Magnolia Avenue is now made exclusively wiih
Knoxville, Tennessee p0LY-UN5ATURA1'ED
Phone 576-644I ALL VEGETABLE OIL
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Harrie? Harris, Anne Thompson. Susan Craffon. Phyllis Fisher. Mary Ann Isbell. Claudia Capps. Kay Kinser, Mary Elizabefh Hill, Marfha
Ann Magill, and Kaye McGufl'ln. NOT PICTURED: Lea Wayne Smiih and Jonnle Smilh.
SEVEN 81 SIX CLUB
Saahd: Lorraine Reeves, Elaine Price. Judy Sfubblefield, Judy Harrison, Sandra Hall, Sheri Ricker, and Darlene Seals. Sfandingz Johnny
Thompson lsweelhearfl, Becky Penland. Barbara Burke, Pal Rauberls. Dianne Charles, Laurie Guyefle. Pal Whilson. Janis Brock. Judy Hay-
ier, Billy Harrison lsweefhearfl.
Sealed: Anne Bacon, Jane Pafferson, Donna Ramsey, Karen Davis, Janel' Bunch, Brenda Klser, Beily Davis. and Carolyn Hurt Slanding: Dana
Wampler lsweefhearfi, Darlene Smilh, Jamie BurneH. Pal' Bireley, Sue Medlin, Kafhy Turner, Becky Van Gilder, Helen Read. Marilyn
Douniz, Linda Hayfer, Frances Carfer, Carla Goan, Betsy Wilson, Carolyn SCOH, and Danny Surber lsweeflxearli.
Sealed: Teresa Daniels, Susan Smilh. Becky Gralz, Sandy Jones. Judy Wagner, Bobbie Vance. ana Barbara Vaughn. Shading: Larry Anderson
lsweefhearrl, Robbie Quinlan, Jan Jones. Brenda Dearing, Diana Dearing, Janice Pangle, Marianna Ewing, and Danny Scofl' lsweelhearll.
"H will run beHer if +he kick-sfand is up!"
MORRISTOWN SPEED AND SPORT
BSA-Ducaii-Norfon Moforcycles McCulloch Chain Saws Used Cars
230I Wes+ Andrew Johnson Highway Phone 535-0543
Morrisfown, Tennessee -
Drinks Served wifh Ice
Candy and Cigarefies
I504 Trade Sfreei D. V. EATON-Owner
. E MERHOFF-STRATE AGENCY
QUINTON OIL COMPANY ' .35 Wg','iilZiUI3ZTi
Andrew Johnsen Highway Morris'rown, Tennessee
Among ih l965 Gr d ies
are Judy Dunsmoro and
Eddie Rhines. niece and
nephew of Mrs. Wrighf.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
RADIO CENTER BEAUTY SHOP
Biddle, William H. ' ..... . 25, 83
Breeding, Mrs. Yater 22, 74
Briggs, Ronald ........ 27, 45, 124
Biown, Mrs. Barbara ...... 24, 55
Brown, Charles .......... .... 8 , 27
Brown, Mrs. Elisa ... ..... 24
Brummitt, Mrs. Emma .. .... .. 25, 50
Carter, Mrs. Edna 21, 57
Catron, Aileen ...... . . 24, 65
Catton, Grace ...... . ....... 27, 43
Conkin, Mrs. John R. .. 23, 62, 63,
Cupp. Mrs. Harry 24, 55
Davis, Burleigh ..... . . . 25, 86
Davis, Mrs. Burleigh . . ...... 23
DeBuak, Mrs. L. M. .. .... 27, 71
Dougherty, Joe Q. .. ..... . 21
Fisher, Russell ...... . ....... 21
Francis, Wendell E. .... 22, 51
Frye, Mrs. Lola .... ...... 2 1
Joan, 34, 36, 48, 120
Bill, 92, 99, 154
Adams, David A., 92, 154
Adaxns, David P., 154
Adams, Michael, 44, 65, 138
Adkins, Donna, 154
Ailshie, Eugene, 44, 82, 120
Ailshie, Pat, 81, 82, 148
Allen, Barbara, 154
Allen, Judy A., 120
Allen Jud K 138
Gaddis, James 1-1. ... ..... 21
Gibson, Meredith : ....... . . . . . . . . 92
Goddard, Mrs. Ruth S. . . . . . . 21, 128
Gray, Misa Leah Ann . . ...... 23
Hale, Misa Charles Grace . . . . . . 25
Helms, William 0. ............ 21
Hilten, Mrs. Sarah 23
Holder, Frank ...... ' 26, 35, 36, 95
Horner, Miss Jane . ...... ..... .. 23
Humphreys, Samuel H. . . . . 25, 31, 86
Joinea, Randall ..... - . . . 23, 36
Jones, Mrs. Henry . . . ..... . . . . 21,
Jones, Mrs. John K. .... . . . . 23, 37, 58
Keezel, William B. . . . . . . . . 27, 94, 100
Kelley, Mrs. Zona H. . . . . . . . . 67
Kilgore, Miss Anna B. . . . . . . 43
King, John Thomas ..... . . . 49
Long, Edward C. .... . . . 26
Mc-Donald, Donald D. . . . . . . 86
McKinley, Mrs. H. Evan
Masengill, Mrs. Ralph, Jr. ..
Miller, Odus J. ... .... ......
Northern, Mrs. John A. .... .
Oakes, Roy S. .............. .
Ottinger, Miss Jo Ellen .. 23,
Pearson, Kenneth V. .........
Pemberton, Jack .... ....
Phillips, James M.
Phillips, Mrs. James .
Prater, Tracy . ..... ... ......
Quarles, Gene ...... ...
Riner, Joseph . .... .....
Roark, Mrs. Nancy ..........
Ruth, Denver J. ........... .
Rutherford, Mrs. Madge H. ,...
Saulsbury, James L, ......
Sharpe, Ralph Wesley .....
Shaver, Mrs. Phyllis ..... .
Beene, Ronnie, 92, 93, 154
Beats, Paul, 148
u Y --
Allen, Linda, 36, 40, 56, 60, 120
Allen, Malcolm, 49, 138
Alston, Kennefh, 72, 148
Alvis, Dennis, 148
Alvis, James, 120
Alvis, Karen, 42, 82, 148
Amos, David, 120
Anderson, Larry, 34, 36, 49, 62, 120,
Anderson, Linda, 148
Anderson, Mark, 51, 82, 154
Antrican, Elaine, 138
Antrican, Gary, 92, 154
Arnold, Dixie, 154
Becta, Janet, 54, 70, 154,
Beers, Rebecca, 65, 66, 148
Beier, Carolyn, 35, 50, 65, 148
Bell, Jane, 71, 138
Bellamy, Jane, 82
Benning, Gail, 50, 65, 70, 82, 108, 148
Benning, Michael, 15, 87, 108, 121
Bentley, Lynn, 154
Berry, Beverly, 64, 75, 148
Bewley, Andrea, 154
Bible, Cecilia, 33, 36, 48, 56. 121
Bible, Kathy, 50, 62, 64, 83, 154
Birchfield, Gary, 148
Bireley, Patricia, 70, 138, 217
Bishop, Daniel, 148
Bishop, Jeanne, 32, 36, 38, 56, 60, 62,
Bivens, Amy, 36, 48, 138
Bivens, Tam, 92, 154
Black, Judith, 40, 70, 121
Blackburn, Gary, 12, 30, 33, 34, 36,
49, 62, 82, 105, 121
Blair, Jerry, 148
Blair, Linda, 36. ss, so, 68, 83. 138
Brooks, William, 72
Brotherton, Brenda, 148
Brown, Nancy, 52, 121
Broyles, Joyce, 68, 138
Broyles, Sandra, 121
Bruce, Robert, 64, 94, 148
Bryant, Glenn, 6, 121
Bryant, Larry, 65, 148
Bryant, Sharon, 42, 64 , 71, 148
Buchanan, Dana, 154
Buchanan, David, 73, 94, 122
Buchanan, Susan, 138
Buda, Anne, 54, 60, 70, 122
Buell, Dean, 72, 122
Buell, Nancy, 148
Bullion, Theresa, 64, 68, 148
Bunch, Janet, 33, 36, 38, 60, 63,
Bunch, Kenneth, 72, 148
Bunch, Norma, 154
Burchell, Diane, 52, 139
Burchett, Charotte, 154
Burchelt, Patricia, 122
Burchett, Randall, 148, 198
Burchett, Robert, 154
Burke, Barbara, 40, 216
Burnett, Ann, 64, 154
Smith, Mrs. Betsy Hyatt .......
Smith, Mrs. Eleanor .......... 2
Smith, Mrs. Eugene .. 27, 31, 38
Smith, Eugene .............. 24
Smith, Mrs. Mable ........ 25,
Spiggle, Mrs. Jo Anne ...........
Stambaugh, Mrs. Jim .... 14, 26
Stockely, John M., Jr. .. 23, 37
Strange, Charles H. .... ...... .
Taylor, Mrs. Hugh M. 24
Thompson, Mrs. Vera .. .. 22,
Vance, Dr. Carl T. .. ......
Watkins, Mrs. Evelyn 23,
Weesner, Murrell .. 22, 20, 30,
White, Mrs. Amy . ......... 22,
Williams, Mrs. Maurice .... 25,
Williams, Raymond . ..... 26, 51
Wilson, Mrs. Elizabeth, ........
Wolfe, Mrs. Crilla ..... .......
Caraon, Susan, 65, 66, 149
Carter, Frances, 36, 48, 58, 62, 65,
Carter, Gary, 149
Carter, Marilyn, 64, 154
Carter, Richard, 64, 92, 154
Carter, Sherrian, 122
Carter, William, 94, 122
Carton, Deborah, 38, 149
Carton, Shelia, 122
Case, Phyllis, 154
Cash, Angels, 54, 70, 154
Casteel, Polly, 122
Catron, Linda, 50, 64
Cecil, Carl, 122
Chamberlain, Merle, 92, 154
Chambers, Clayton, 52, 122
Chambers, Sandra, 66, 149
Patricia, 68, 75, 149
Chance, John, 64, 92, 154
Chance, Ronald, 139
Chance, Sandra, 123
Christian, Douglas, 155
Clahorn. Jimmy, 73, 94, 96, 123
Clark, Gloria, 149
Dianne, 30, 32, 123, 216
Robert, 51, 58, 64, 82, 155
Arwood, Linda, 138
Atwood, William, 154
Asbury, Connie., 154
Ashley, Carolyn, 120
Ashley, Jay, 138, 198
Ashley, Sandra, 148
Atkins, Patricia, 154
'Lynn, 78, 78, 120
Bacon, Anne, 33, 36, 48, 62, 105,
Bacon, Brenda, 36, 38, 60, 120
Bacon, James, 120
Bacon, Joseph, 49, 138
Baker, Jackie, 154
Baker, Lynn, 66, 154
Bales, Delores, 154
Blair, Thomas, 96, 121
Blake, Darla, 50, 65, 82, 148
Blake, Sharon, 68 '
Bolinger, Davina, 36, 38, 75, 138
Bolinger, Marilyn, 148
Bowers. Robert, 121
Bowie, Susan, 138
Bowlin, James, 154
Bowlin, Jimmy D., 154
Brabston, Julia, 154
Bradley, Billy, 148
Bradley, B. B., 65, 83
Bradley, Duggan, 51, 83, 148
BradY. Joyce, 138
Brady, Ronald, 52, 138
Brady, Velma, 121
Brady, Wayne, 44, 121
Branton, Randall, 138
Braawell, Robert, 64, 154
Bray, Patricia, 148
Bray, Robert, 95, 99, 148
Burnett, Jamie, 36, 38, 56, 58,
Burnett, Joyce, 122
Burns, James, 154
Burns, Janice, 122
Bales, Patricia, 120
Ballance, Collin, 35, 36, 49, 82, 83,
Banner, Iris, 148
Banner, Rita, 154
Barbee, Jancie, 50, 54, 64, 148
Barbee, Patricia, 36, 48, 60. 120
Barding, Bradco, 72, 94, 120
Barnard, Johnny, 148
Barton, Carole, 60. 66, 138
Baxleym, Brenda, 40, 56, 68, 120
Baxley, Steve, 138
Baxter, James, 44, 96, 97, 138
Baxter, Johnny. 154
Beal, Nancy, 138
Beam, Mark, 154
Beam, Robert, 148
Beasley, Jacqueline, 60, 74, 81, 83, 120
Beck, Toni, 40, 58, 74, 121
Beckner, Carolyn, 138
Beene, Bill, 87
Beene, Donnie, 154
Breeden, Gary, 121
Breeding, Donna, 50, 65, 68, 148
Breeding, Lynn, 64, 99, 154
Breeding, Virginia, 64, 154
Brewer, Terry, 36, 44, 121
Bridges, Ray, 73
Brimer, Tony, 35, 49, 121
Britt, Janie, 54, 58, 64, 70
Burrell, Cameron, 154
Byard, Clyde, 92, 154
Byrd, Betty, 139
Byrd, Ronnie, 148
Cagle, Patricia, 139
Cain, Kathy, 50, 82, 148
Caldwell, Carolyn, 50, 64, 66, 75, 154
Calfee, Linda, 139
Cameron, Carolyn, 38, 60, 139
Cameron, Patricia, 154
Cannon, Betty, 122
Cannon, Clyde, 51, 64
Cannon, Frankie, 54, 66, 139
Cantwell, Rusty, 93
Capps, Claudia, 35, 36, 45, 48, 92,
139, 144, 216
Capps, Darrell, 139
Capps, John, 73
Cardwell, Jean, 36, 48, 122
Carlisle, Carole, 148
Carlyle, Sue, 52, 122
Clark, Jane Ann, 36, 48
Clark, Martin, 139
Clarkson, Donna, 42, 155
Clarkson, Venus, 68, 149
Clement, Hugh, 96, 155
Clevenger, Elizabeth, 155
Clevenger, Rita, 155
Click, Gary, 123
Cloar, Jack, 64, 155
Cluhb, Kathryn, 56. 66, 123
Clubb, Thomas, 149
Coates, James, 123
Cobble, Brenda, 40, 56, 60, 68, 123
Cobble, Johnny, 155
Cobble, Ronald, 139
Cockrum. Johnny, 155
Cody, Eddie, 73, 139
Coffey, Burtcbel, 72, 149
Coffey, Dearl, 139
Cogdill, Jack, 72, 149
Brittain, Ann, 50, 54, 64, 154
Britton, Donald, 82, 138
Brock, Elizabeth. 58, 65, 83, 148
Brock, Janis, 138, 216
Brooks, Allan, 154
Brooks, David, 92, 154
Brooks, Carolyn, 138
Brooks, Delores, 154
Brooks, Joe, 86, 92, 138
Brooks, Joyce, 52, 121
Brooks, Judith, 54, 60, 70, 121
Brooks, Nomta, 138
Brooks, Ronald, 138
Carmichael, Susan, 36, 38, 66, 82, 139
June, 42, 43, 62, 148
Reds, 66, 148
Carroll, Jack, 154
Carroll, Jerry, 64, 154
Carson, Steve, 139
Cogdill, Linda, 6, 33,
Jan, 38, 58, 65, 149
Cole, Cary, 87, 139
Cole, Mike, 92, 155
Collake, Mike, 139
Collins, Brenda, 60, 75, 82, 149
Collins, Mary, 52 "
Collins, Paulette, 68, 149
36, 40, 66, 67,
Collins, Robert, 51, 92. 155
Collins, Sharon, 155
Collins, Sondra, 36, 54, 56, 82, 139
Combs, Rick, 139
Combs, Steve, 92, 155
Compton, Michael, 64, 83, 155
n, Sharon, 58, 149
n, William, 86, 93, 139
Conway, Warren, 92, 155
Cook, Berdie D., 100, 101, 123
Cook, Henry, 139
per, Cheryl, 70, 155
e, Carol Ann, 123
a, Nancy, 155
e, Sandra, 149
eland, Richard, 49, 139
nwell, Larry, 94
on, Frank, 155
Drinnon, Carolyn, 124, 149
Drinnon, Charles, 73
Drlnnon, Jerry, 73, 149
Drinnon, Mavis, 124
Duby, Lawrence, 34, 36, 49, 140
Duby, Timothy, 51, 58, 155
, Mickey, 149
Goodman, William, 155
Goodson, Steve, 51, 95, 149
Gouge, Thomas, 140
Graham, Glenna, 12, 32, 36, 61, 62,
105, 126, 178
Gralnik, Terryl, 65, 140
Grata, Rebecca, 33, 92, 111, 126, 217
son, Judy, 54, 68
son, Lynn, 42, 71, 100, 149
ie., Bin, 73
ch, Mike, 139
ch, Suzanne, 82, 155
rtney, Isaac, 93, 149
rtney, Ronnie, 155
ington,.Donald, 72, 139
ingtnn, Joan, 36, 38, 123
ington, Ronald, 65, 139
an, Calvin, 155
an, Vickie, 123
, Douglas, 87, 149
arlene, 66, 155
ois, 66, 155
fton, Susan, 34, 36, 48, 117, 123,
ine, Charles, 73, 155
nford, Johnny, 30, 35, 36, 36, 95,
anford, Patricia, 40, 92, 123
eech, Mary Will, 64, 148
ews, Terry, 99, 155
itler, Dennis, 73
ider, Rebecca, 68, 149
igger, Marilyn, 68, 139
'gger, Patsy, 155
ittenden, George, 155
oley, Alice, 66, 139
omwell, David, 123
oss, Billy, 72, 123
oss, Charles, 149
ss, Johnny, 72, 139
oss, Linda, 155
lswhite, Brenda, 149
mmings, Robert, 139
miingham, Brenda, 123
upp, Carolyn, 54, 66. 155
opp, Judy, 54, 66. 149
ureton, Garland, 123
utshall, Lonnie, 124
utshall, Suella, 42, 149
utshaw, Linda, 69, 139
utshaw, Patricia, 155
aniel, Charlotte, 124
aniela, Theresa, 82, 139, 217
arden, Drew, 36, 48. 32. 139
Dunsmore, Judy, 68, 124, 219
Dyer, Gloria, 70, 149
Dyer, Shirley, 125
Eaton, Karen, 79, 82, 149
Edwards, Donald, 51, 64, 155
Edwards, Janice, 140
Elkins, Brenda, 54, 62, 64, 149
Elkins, Judith, 75, 125
Eller, Delores Ann, 149
Eller, Diane, 125
Eller, Elizabeth Ann, 40, 125
Elliott, Charles, 149
Ellison, Patricia, 54, 125
Elmore, Dennis, 149
Epps, Eddie, 125
Eroulu, Aydin, 15, 44, 93, 108, 125
Erwin, Randall, 92
Estes, Bearnice, 125
Estes, Robert, 125
Estes, Shirley, 149
Everhart, June, 140
Ewing, Marianna, 36, 48, 67, 140, 217
Faddis, Margaret, 149
Farmer, Allen, 155
Farmer, Betty, 54, 60, 64, 155
Farris, Shari, 50, 64, 82, 83. 155
Ferguson, Brenda, 65, 70, 140
Ferguson, Erma, 140
Ferguson, Lauretta, 125
Ferguson, Terry, 70, 155
Fields, Sue, 40, 54, 70, 125
Fields, Susan, 31, 50, 68, 155
Gray, Dana, 126
Gray, Judy, 65, 66, 149
Greene, Adrian, 44, 72, 126
Greene, Arles, 140
Greene, Carol, 66, 155
Greene, Eudola Hensley, 126
Greene, Karen, 64, 82, 149
Greene, Larry, 140
Greene, Phillip, 73, 99, 155
Greene, Richard, 126
Greene, Sharon, 70, 155
Gregg, Johnny, 141
GNK8. Mary, 149
Grekb Sandra, 141
Griffen, Jerry, 155
Griffen, Linda, 155
Griffith, Elizabeth, 150
Griffith, Odis, 6, 126
Grigsby, Gerry, 126
Grooms. James, 150
Helton, Patricia, 36, 48, 127
Hemphill, George, 87, 150
Henderson, Janie, 141
Henson, Jacqueline, 156
Henson, Linda, 66, 75, 150
Henson, Tommy, 156
Hickey, Roger, 141
Hicks, Michael, 92, 156
Higgins, Dorman, 64, 82, 93, 150
Hileman, Anne, 33, 36, 39, 56, 68, 69.
Hileman, Janet, 66, 156
Hill, James, 156
Hill, Kathy, 156
Hill, Linda, 156
Hill, Mary Elisabeth, 32, 36, 47, 48,
70, 71, 127, 203, 216
Hilten, Robert, 44, 141
Hinkle, Barbara, 141
Hinkle, Lloyd, 156
Hipshire, James, 44, 127
Hipshire, Larry, 150
Hipshire, Marilyn, 150
Hipshire, Romana, 38, 68, 141
Hodge, Pauline, 52
Hodge, Billie, 156
Hodge, Carol, 150
Hodge, Connie C., 127
1-lodge, Connie J., 64, 68, 150
Fisher, Margaret, 50, 64, 82, 155
Fisher, Phyllis. 34. 43. 140. 132. 215
Lewis, 99, 149
r, Ann, 42, 70, 149
arnell, David, 73, 92, 155
avidson, Brenda. 149
Dennis, 36, 49, 140
Davis, Dorothy, 65, 124
Davis, Douglas, 33. 35. 35. 46. 49. 124
hvis, Jama, 66, 82, 149
Javis, Greg, 49, 124
Javis, Karen, 124, 217
Javis, Larry, 155
Javia, Len, 73, 99
Javis, Michael, 124
Javis, Patricia, 155
Javis, Phyllis, 42, 68, 155
Davis, Tommy, 86, 88, 93, 105. 112.
Dawson, Lynn, 96, 98
Day, Rita, 54, 149
Dean, Jay, 99, 149
Dean, Jo Ann, 66, 155
Dean, John, 86, 149
Dean, Patrick, 72, 99, 149
Dean, Sandra, 64, 155
Dearing, Brenda, 50, 70, 149, 217
Dearing, Diana, 30, 33, 36. 43. 66.
100, 101, 104, 109, 112, 124, 217
Dearing, Edna, 155
Dearing, Freddie, 149
DeArmond, Barbara, 56, 124
Delph, Bascom, 149
Demko, Rebecca, 64, 155
DeMonbreum, Carol, 68, 74. 100. 140
Deniston, Donna, 64. 66. 155
Dennis, Billy, 155
Dennis, Donna, 155
Dennis, Dwight fAugie1, 94, 140
Denton, Sonny, 155
Depew, Wanda, 6,8, 149
Dickerson, Brenda, 124
Dickerson, David, 51,'149
Dickerson, Hughie, 731 155
Dixson, Agnes, 149
Dixon, Cynthia, 50, 60, 68, 83, 155
Doks, Pat, 155
Doty, Donald, 72
Dountx, Douglas, 116
Dountz, Marilyn, 36. 48. 124, 217
Douthat, Gale, 99, 149
Drake, Lynn, 149
Drake, Shirley, 155
Draper, Stanley. 87
Drinnon, Ann, 140
Drlnnon, Brenda, 149
Floyd, Linda, 52, 125
Floyd, Sarah, 155
Flynt, Jo Ellen, 125
Foard, Susanne, 82. 140
Folsom, Thomas, 64, 155
Folsom, Theodore, '36, 125
Foshie, Gary, 140
Foust, Russell, 36, 49, 93, 140
Fox, Betty, 140
Fox, Frederick, 149
Fox, Joyce, 64, 149
Fox, Lonnie, 87, 140
Fox, Mary, 140
Fox, Tommy, 125
Francisco, Rita, 70, 149
Franklin, George, 155
Franklin, Sandra, 125
Franklin, Terry, 42, 68, 149
Frazier, Barbara, 82, 140
Frazier, Randy, 52, 137
Free, Bill, 86, 149
Free, Bobby. 155
Free, Judy, 125
Freeman, Charles, 73, 155
Freeman, Ginger, 38, 65, 68, 140
Freeman, Tedlord, 125
French, Curtis, 125
French, Robert, 73, 155
Fuller, David, 72, 125
Fuller, James, 155
Fullington, Carrie, 125
Fullington, Jimmy, 73, 155
Gaby, Linda, 54, 64, 149
Gantt, Jackie, 149
Gardener, Grady, 73, 140
Gaston, Stuart, 140
Gault, Donald, 126
Gentry, Della, 64, 155
Gentry, Earlene, 54, 70, 140
Gentry, Janice, 54, 66, 155
Giannini, Chris, 149
Gibbons, Michael, 64, 149
Gibson, Ann, 36, 48, 68, 140
Gibson, Barbara, 126
Gibson, Linda, 126
Gibson, Steve, 149
Gibson, Sylvia, 68, 155
Gilbert, Joseph, 126
Giles, Jimmy, 126
Gilliland, Virginia, 126
Gilmer, David, 140
Givens, Debbie, 82, 83, 149
Gjcdde, David, 64, 83, 155
Glass, David, 44, 62, 64, 149
Goan, Carla, 36, 48, 68, 140, 217
Goan, Mary, 155
Goan, Richard, 149
Goan, Thurmond, 44, 126
Golden, Joyce, 140
Golden, Judy, 52, 70
Good, Margery, 126
Guice, Donald, 64, 155
Gwinn. Carrie. 36. 68. 100, 101, 126
Gulley, Brenda, 68, 141
Gulley, Ralph, 155
Guyette, Laurel, 141, 216
Haggerty, Kate, 64, 83, 155
Haggerty, Theresa, 65
Hale, Harold, 44, 45, 72, 126
Hale, James, 86, 150
Hale, Lowell, 150
Hale, Mary Hal, 9, 56, 141
Hale, Rebecca, 64, 70, 150
Hale, Samuel, 31, 64, 73, 155
Hale, Thomas, 30, 34, 36, 72, 126
Hall, David A., 141
Hall, David C., 72, 126
Hall, John, 92, 155
Hall, Sandra, 216
Hamilton, David. 141.
Hamilton, Douglas, 99, 155
Hammond, Dwayne, 150 ,
Harbin, Alvin, 156
Harbin, Billy, 72,150
Harbin, Carol, 126
Harbin, Carroll, 141
Harbin, Don, 94
Harbin, Larry, 141
Hodge, Frankie, 70
Hodge, Judy, 141
Hodge, Nancy, 70, 127
Hodge, Patricia F., 15
Hodge, Patricia L., 60, 154, 156
Hodges, Benny, 52
Holdway, Michael, 128
Holt, Brenda E., 54, 64, 66, 156
Holt, Brenda J., 156
Holt, Gary, 92, 156-
Holt, Ronald, 156
Holt, Linda, 150
Holt, Patricia, 138, 141
Holt, Rose, 68, 82, 156
Holt, Steve, 44, 45, 141
Holt, Suranne, 57, 82, 128
Honeycutt, Rebecca, 64, 66, 150
Hoover, Mike, 156
Hopkins, Betty, 156
Hopson, Buddy, 73, 99, 156
Horner, Elisabeth, 54, 64, 66, 156
Homer, Ernest, 49, 62, 96, 97, 98, 128
Horner, Gary, 74, 86, 88, 128
Horner, Murphy, 128
Horner, Ronald, 141
Horner, Roiemary, 150
Horton, Margaret, 54, 60, 128
Horton, William, 92, 156
Houk, Robert, 49, 141
Harbin, Patricia, 64,' 156
Hardin, George, 141
Haro, Debbie, 65, 150
Harmon, Eddie, 156
Sue, 64, 66, 156
Harrell, James, 127
Harrell, Michael, 49, 141
Harris, Harriet, 34, 50, 60, 65, 150,
Harris, Linda, 40, 66, 141
Harris, Tommy, 156
Harrison, Dill, 44, 92, 141, ,216
Harrison, George, 127
Harrison, Harle, 141
Harrison, John, 96, 141
Harrison, Judy, 64, 83, 156, 216
Ronald, 51, U, 150
Susan, 82: 127
Harvey, Shelby, 156
Harville, Donald, 150
Harville, Judy, 64, 156
Harville, Mary, 150
Harville, Patricia, 150
Harville, Patricia Ann, 150
Harville, Roy, 156
Harville, Sandra, 10, 150
Hastie, John, 51, 156
Hatcher, George, 150
Hattaway, Belinda, 156
Haun, Barbara, 127
Haun, Brenda, 68, 127
Haun, Charles, 150
Haun, Judy, 52, 127
Haun, Margaret, 69, 141
Haun, Philip, 72, 150
Haun, Sandra, 127
Donna, 68, 150
Hayes, Frances, 150
Hayes, Patsy, 141
Haynes, Lee, 72, 150
Haynes, Peggy, 156
Hayter, Judy, 35, 36, 40, 56, 127, 216
Hayter, Linda, 36, 48, 62, 127, 217
Haxelwood, Shirley, 156
Heath, Catherine, 50, 54, 64, 156
Helms, David, 150
Helton, Barbara A., 150
Helton, Barbara J., 127
Helton, Bobby, 73, 150
Helton, Janice, 64, 66, 150
Helton, Jerry, 92, 156
Helton, Larry, 141
Helton, Michael. 64. 94. 96, 148, 150
Howard, Connie. 60, 68, 150
Howell, James, 64, 156
Howell, Michael, 64, 79, 87. 94. 150 '
Howell, William, 141
Howerton, Bobby, 73
Howerton, Charles, 156
Howington, Phyllis, 156
Hudgena, Betty, 42, 70, 74, 156
Hudgena, James, 150
Huff, Lamar, 99, 156
Huff, Linda G., 150
Huff, Linda, 156
Hughes, Danny, 64, 150
Hughes, Lanny, 156
Hughett, Bobby, 128
Hughett, Deborah, 141
Hughett, John, 86, 128
Hughenard, Lee, 82, 150
Humpston, Lucille, 64, N, 156
Hunt, Dianne, 141
Hunt, James, 150
Hurley, Gary, 128, 78
Hurley, Lynn, 64, 92, 156
Hurley, Michael, 36, 49, 81, 83, 141
Hurley, Rowena, 68, 150
Hurst, Brenda, 128
Hurst, Danny, 156
Hurst, Diana, 55, 64, 156
Hurst, Larry, 156
Hurst, Linda, 150
Hurt, Carolyn, 36, 48, 62, 70, 71,
109, 128, 217
Hurt, Thomas, 156
Hut, Ann, 58, 64, 150
Hut, Edith, 36, 38, 58, 61, 128
Hiix, Janice, 40, 89. 141
Idell, Richard, 64, 156
Inman, Buddy, 99
Inman, Dennis, 87, 88, 128, 202
Inman, Rebecca, 69
Inman, Robert, 156
Inman, Sally, 141
Irwin, Randall, 156
Isbell, Mary Ann, 34, 36, 48, 128,
Isenberg, Doyal, 150
Ivy, Jerry, '13
Jackson, Glenda, 141
Miller, Betty. 157
Jacobs, Barney, 156
Jarnagin, Grover, 86, 88, 93, 128
Jarnagin, Jackie, 141
Jarnsgin, Michael, 156
Jarnigan, Donald, 156
Jarnigan, Edward, 156
Jernigan, Harold, 96, 98
Ro er 99 156
I v K 1 Q
Jarnigan, Sammy, 72, 150
Jaynes, Sharon, 38, 70, 141
Jelfera, Charles, 53
Jenkins, James, 128
Jinks, Barbara, 156
Johns, Charles, 198
Johns. Rebecca. 54. 60, 64,
Johns, Ronald, 129
Johns, Ruth Ann, 36, 38, 54, 60, 129
Johnson, Benny, 129
Johnson, Catherine, 60, 64, 69, 156
, Charles, 73, 142
, Johnny, 86, 88, 129
Johnson: Judy, Sa, 10, 142
, Rita, 64, 82, 154, 156
Johnson, Samuel, 86, 150
Johnson, Sandra. 60, 150
Stanley, 31, 87, 93, 150
Jones, Allen, 92, 156
Jones, Brenda, 75, 150
Jones, Donna, 142
Jones, Jan, 66, 142, 217
Jones, Janice, 42, 54, 150
Lee, Linda R.. 70, 142
Lee, Paul, 150
Lee, Richard, 72
Lee, Roger, 142
Lee. Tim, 49, 142
Lefovers, Bonnie, 129
Lcicvcrs, Regina, 74, 150
Lefevcrs, Shclia, 64, 151
Leitwich, Michael, 129
Legg. Marie, 37, 69, 129
Leonard, Brenda, 157
Leonard, Cynthia, 151
Lephew, Glenda, 151
Letanosky, Laura, 142
Letchiord, Harold, 72, 129
Lewis, Bruce, 94, 129
Lewis, Charles, 65, 151
Lewis, Doris, 30, 33, 37, 40, 61, 55,
67. 106, 129
Lewis, Patsy, 37, 54, 142
Lewis, Ralph. 130
Lewis, Sandra, 55, 64, 157
Lilly. Judy, 39, 10, 142
Linkous. David. 130
Little, Nancy. 50. 64. 157
Little. Patricia, 37, 39, 142
Little, Virginia, 130
Lita, Jane, 64, 157
I-ivwv. Lana-. 37. 10, 142
Livesay, Patricia, 37, 39, 68, 142
Livesay, Wayne, 151
Long: wmsl, io, 151
Kirk, James, 53, 142 Morgan,
Jones, Lee, 160
Jones, Michael, 52, 53, 129
Jones, Ronnie, 94
Jones, Sandra, 34, 37, 48, 140, 217
Justice, Robert, 49, 129
Keller, Jimmy, 72, 150
Kelley, Alvin, 65. 142
Kelley, Frances, 129
Kilday, Denise, 156
Kilday, Michale, 156
Kilday, Ronald, 150
Kilgore, Andrea, 54, 64, 156
Kilgore, Gary, 156
Kimbrough, David. 150
Kimbrough, Evelyn, 156
Kimbrough, Jackie, 73, 142
Kimbrough, James K., 129
Kimbrough, Kathy, 156
King, Charles, 4-9, 142
King, David, 72, 87, 150
King, Frances. 156
King, Mower, sa, av, 62? 63. 129
King, Samuel, 73, 99, 156
King, Sandra, 70, 75, 150
Kinser, Alan, 45, 142
Kinaer, Kay, 31, 58: 65, 83, 150, 153
Kirk. Judy A., 150
Kirk, Judy C., 150
Kirk, Margaret, 69, 74, 150
Kirkpatrick, Allen, 142
Kirkpatrick, Ray, 129
Kiser, Brenda, 129, 217
Kitts, Kenneth, 150
Kitts, Nancy, 156
Knight, Billy, 150
Knight, Harold, 142
Knight, James, 142
Knight, Leslie, 156
Livesay, Wilma, 64, 67, 151
Llo d, Gerry, 130
Long, Brenda, 60, 67, 151
Long: Carolyn L., 142
Darrell, 64, 157
Long, David, 157
Lone. Deanna, 37. 39, 65, 68, 142
Long, Donna, 67, 151
Long, Dorothy, 157
Long, James, 137
Long. Lynn. 157
Long, Mary, 142
Long. Nancy J., 157
Long, Nancy S., 157
Long, Pam, 50, 60, 65, 151
Long, Rachel, 137
Lovelace, Bonnie, 94, 96, 98, 104,
113, 121, 130
Lovin, Robert, 130
Low, Connie, 41, 61, 69, 143
, Barbara, 42, 57, 67, 151
Lowe, Dennis, 130
Lowe, Goth, 73, 157
Lowe, Linda, 70, 157
Lowe, Teddy, 52
n,'.l'anice, 55, 64, 70, 157
n, Madeline, 55, 143
ry, Theresa, 151
, Deborah, 143
. J. B., 151
Marshall, Kenneth, 72, 93, 130
Marshall, Leroy, 72, 130
Marshall, Patricia, 116
Marshall, Randall, 130
nita 151 '
. A .
Martin, Donna, 43, 70, 82, 151
Mary Ann, 143
. D .
Martin, Larry, 72
tells J., 151
Stella L., 157
Masengill, Douglas, 157
Masengill, Van, 157
Mason, Delores. 157
Mason, Linda, 130
Mason, Relda, 69, 100. 151
Masoner, Mary, 143
May, Ronnie, 130
Mayes, Cheryl, 151
Mayes, Christine, 57, 131
Mayes, Lynda, 131
Mays, Kenneth, 157
Medlitl. Sue, 32. 36, 48, 63. 82, 83,
131, 178, 217
Mefford, Roger, 131
Merhoif, Margaret, 61, 75, 157
Merritt, Cathy, 151
Miller, Beverly, 69, 131
Miller, Brenda, 64, 151
Miller, Gwendolyn, 131
Miller, Joe, 143
Miller, John, 31, 143
Miller, Michael G., 151
Miller, Michael L., 143
Miller, William, 137
Milligan, Diane, az', 31, 131
Milligan, Waynah, 50, 61, 65
Mink, Kenneth, 151
Minnich, Linda, 157
Min8r, Marcus, 157
Minor Sandra, 137
Mitchell, Charles, 157
Mitchell, Glenda, 151
Mitchell, James, 131
Mitchell, Margaret, 39, 151
Mitchell, Martha, 37, 38, 82, 100, 143
Janlyn, 37, 48, 61, 143
Moore, Billy, 151
Moore. Jerry, 131
Katherine, 64, 151
Moore, Patsy, 39, 75, 131
Moore, Randall, 151
Moore, Samuel, 49, 82, 131, 132
William C.. 72
Moore. William S., 151
Richard, 95, 143
Owen, Ronald, 132
Owens, Gene, 99, 143
Owens, Neva, 151
Oyer, Carla, 58, 74, 132
Pack, Ann, 67, 100, 151
Painter, Melba, 52, 53, 78, 132
Palmer, Ronnie, 32, 86, 88, 93, 106
Pangle, Janice, 15, 37, 48, 69, 143,
Pardue, Michael, 157
Parker, Ellen, 151
Parker, Sandra, 132
Parker, Shadelene, 37, 67, 143
Parker, Victoria, 69, 133
Parker, Virginia, 151
Patrick, Becky, 64, 67, 157
Patrick, Steve, 92, 157
Patterson, Jane, 33, 37, 48, 58, 83,
Patterson, Larry, 151
Patterson, Patricia, 55, 71, 100, 143
Patty. Beverly, 41, 65, 143
Paxton, Mary, 64, 74, 151
Paxton, Terry, 157
Payne, Margaret, 55, 61, 64, 157
Pearson, Joseph, 49, 143
Pcndergrass, Geraldine, 56, 133
Penland, Brenda, 69, 133
Penland, Linda, 71, 133
Penland, Rebecca, 37, 41, 92. 106,
111, 123, 133, 216
Penland, Teresa, 41, 83, 143
Peoples, Melinda, 143
Peoples, Richard, 133
Perry, Margaret, 32, 37, 48, 58, 62, 4
74, 107, 133
Peterson, Gregory, 45, 58, 151
Phillips, Lynn, 44, 133
Phipps, Sharon, 151
Pigmon, Brenda, 157
Pittman, Mary, 55, 64, 69, 151
Pittman, Richard, 45, 65. 133
Poling, Steve, 137
Pollack, Annette, 151
Pollock, Kirk, 157
Pollard, Deloris, 151
Pollard, Linda, 133
Poplin, Deeac, 133
Posev. Joane, 137
Potter, Charlotte, 157
Powell, Carolyn, 41, 75, 82, 133
Powell, Dan, 143
Powell, 92, 157
Powell, Susan, 144
Pratt, Ance, 157
Pratt, Carolyn, 55, 71, 157
Pratt, Geraldcne, 144
Pratt, Wayne, 157
Lakins, George, 72
Lakins, John, 156
Lakins, Linda, 142
Lakins, Maxie, 66
Lamb, Linda, 142
ay, 64, 156
Lampkin. Herman, 156
Landis, Vickie, 39, 60, 69, 129
Lane, Betsy, 150
Lane, Bobby, 129
Lane, Buddy, 64, 157
Lane, Danny, 137
Lane, Delores, 39, 54, 69, 142
Lane, Douglas, 129
Lane, Eddie, 72, 94, 137
Lane, Joann, 42, 64, 66, 75, 157
Lane, Kadle, 157
Lane, Linda, 150
Larch, Nelson, 150
Laster, Ralph, 73, 157
Lathlm, Linda. 142
Michael, 53, 129
clmxone, 69, ua
Lynn, 64, 83, 150
Lee, Brenda. 157
Lee, John, 129
Lee, Laura, 150
da E.. 157
Lowry, Barbara, 64, 82
Lynch, Everett, 157
McClanahan. PCUY. 130
McClure, Lynn, 100, 157
McCoig. Kenneth. 157
McCracken, Judy, 130
McCune, Malcolm, 49, 63, 130
McDonald, Billy, 64. 157
McFadden, David, 157
McGee, Brenda, 157
McGhee. Linda, 151
McGill, Jim, 130
McGinnis, Donna, 151
McGinnis, Larry, 143
McGlamery, Wayne, 72, 130
McGuf1'in, Kaye, 216
McKee, Barbara. 157
McKt-my, Sharon, 137
McKinley, Evan, 37, 45, 143
McKinney, Brenda, 157
McKinney, Calvin, 73
McKinney, Eddie, 157
McKinney, Eleanor, 67, 157
McKinney, Linda, 75, 143
McKinney, Martha, 130
McKinney, Mary, 157
Moltlnney, Shells, 143
McKinney, Una Faye, 67, 143
McKinney, William, 157
McLain. James. 130
McMahan, Darlena, 151
McNabb, Jona, 157
Magill, Martha, 32, 36, 48, 92, 10o,
110, 112, 117, 120, 130, 216
Mallicoat, Alvin, 72, 98, 151
Mallicoat, Sue, 130
Mania, Glenda, 157
Manning, Carolyn, 143
Manning, Foye, 72, 143
Manning, William. 73. 157
Mantooth, Robert, 157
Mareum, Robert, 92, 154, 157
Msrkland, Randall, 143
Marsh, Alice, 65
Marshall, Charlotte, 52, 53, 130
Marshall, Clifford, 64, 157
Morrell, Craig, 65, 99, 143
Morris, Robert, 157
Moss, Shirley, 157
Moss, William, 73
Mottern, Slelis, 151
Mounts, Eileen, 50, 151
Moyers, Sandra, 64, 157
Moyers, Shirley, 151
llullendore, Donna, 157
Mullins, James, 143
Mullins, Vicki. 43, 151
Murphy. Joyce, 131
Murphy, Karen, 67, 151'
Musslewhile, J. W., 157
Mutter, Brenda, 151
Mutter, Janice, 151
Mutter, Regina, 157
Myers, Billy, 73, 143
Myers, Margaret Ann, 143
Nash, Frankie, 157
Neal, James. 131
Mecessary, Patricia, 157
Needham, Patricia, 65, 151
Needham, Gary, 87, 88, 132
NeSmith, William, 73, 157
Noe, Bobby, 53, 143
Noe, David, 92, 157
Noe, Gail, 43, 64, 157
Noe, Jerry, 157
Noe, Joan, 65, 69, 148
Noe, Roy, 132
Norris, Ree, 132
Northern, Patricia, 132
Northern, William, 151
Norton, Darlene, 132
Odom. Elaine, 56, 137
Oler, Mary Lois, 55, 70, 157
Oliver, Phyllis, 132
Osborne, Barbara, 53, 132
Osborne, Sandra, 132
Osterleld, Sherry, 55, 143
Overholt, Susan, 61, 67, 151
Owen, Danny, 132
Owen, Donna, 132
Owen, Jimmy, 46, 49, 72, 132
Karen, 67, 151
Eddie, 92, 154, 157
Elaine. 37, 41, 133, 216
Price, James, 144
Price, Michael, 157
Purkey, Donald, 73
Pnrkey, Doris, 151
Purkey. Jack, 45, 133
Purkey, Larry, 72, 151
Purkey, Linda, 64. 75, 157
Piercy, Mn., 13. 92, 157
Purkey, Ruler. 54. 151
Purkey. Ronald. 151
Purkey, Sandra D.. 56. 133
Purkey, Sylvia S.. 157
Putnam, Elizabeth, 158
Quarles, Gail, 151
Quinton, Robbie, 50, 57, 66, 151, 217
Rader, Sandra, 43, 64, 82, 158
Rsgsn, Daniel, 158
Ragan, Jim, 151
Rahe, Jane, 55, 71
Raines, Terry, 73, 144
Ramsey, Barbara, 71, 151
Ramsey, Donna, 32, 37, 48, 57, 58, 62
74, 107, 112, 133, 217
Ramsey, Jimmy, 151
Rauberts, Patricia, 37, 43. 133. 216
Raylc, Linda, 151
Read, Helen, 37, 48, 65, 144, 217
Reagan, Dan, 92, 99
Reagan, Donna, 151
Reams, Scott, 37, 49, 95, 99, 144
Redden, Cathy, 75, 151
Rednower, Delores, 41, 144
Reece, Larry, 158
Reed, Edwartl. 144
Reed, Richard, 64, 65, 83, 151
Reese, Claris, 133
Reeves, Lorraine, 41, Bl, 82, 144, 216
id, Glenna, 64, 67, 151
ihl, Joe, 158
ihl, John, 158
nner, Palricia, 50, 69, 158
en, Robert, 73
en, Robert, 51, 64, 151
inea, Eddie, 12,. 15, 86, 88, 133, 219
e, Brenda, 33, 37, 57, 134
hmann, Paul, 134
liter, Sarnh, 134
Thompson, Mary Lee, 65, 67, 152
nlurd, Mary, 158
ckard, Mary Margaret, 134
cker, James, 158
clrcr, Sandra, 152
cker, Sherry, 59, 64, 152, 216
nrger, Rodney, 152
lcy, Larry, 15B
Shockley, Connie, 144
Shockley, Kenneth, 135
Shcckley, Larry. 135
Shockley, Linda, 100, 152
Shockley, Lynn, 144
Shockley, Ronnie, 144
Shockley, William, 92, 158
Short, Agnes, 158
Short, Carolyn, 135
Short, Regena, 150
Shaun. Doyal, 83. 153
Shouu, Robert, 93, 137
Shropshire, Cynthia, 69, 144
Shropshire, Shells, 152
Shropshire, Lillian, 144
Shuhert, Annette, 158
Shuck, Michlel, 92, 158
Sides, John, 46, 51. 63, 74. 152
Simmons, Jackie, 137
rnmer. Lynda, 30, 35, 37, 48, 57, 59,
er, Tommy, 152
nee, Janice, 64, 75, l52
Ich, Barbara, 71, 152
sch, Brenda, 158
ich, Mike, 152
Sims, Shirley. 55, 67. 75
Sipe, John, 158
Sipe, Phyllis, 135
Sisson, James, 135
Siunon, Thomas, 135
Skeen, Larry, 158
Skeen, Rebecca, 43, 152
Incquelyn, 59, 137
June, 50. 55. 59. 61, 74, 158
Tlylor, Robert, 82, 152
Taylor, Roger, 152
Taylor, Roger L.. 158
Teague, Richard, B6, 89, 136
Teague, Ronald, 145
Teague, Sherry, 158
Tharp, Dorothea, l36
Thayer, Linda, 83, 145
Thayer, Steve, 64, 82, 158
Thames, Joyce, 145
Thomason, John, 4-5, 152
son, Barbara, 159
non, Elaine, 83, 152
Thompson, Elsie, ss, es, 145
Thompson, Kenneth, 152
son, Steven, 37, 45, 136, 182
Walter, 12, 34, 49, 92, 112, 136
Timmins, Dinah, 159
Tinker, Mae, 136
Tinsley, Rachel, 50. 64, 67, 159
Anne, 85, 48, 57, 145, 216
John, 7, 44, 87, 145. 216
West, Robert. 153
West, Vickie, 64, 159
West, William, 72, 145
Wester, Joyce, 71, 159
Wester, Kay, 56, 145
Westmoreland, Mary, 53, 146
Wheeler, Knren, 153
Whitaker, Jill, 136
Wlxituker, Rebecca, 146
White, Bobby, 136
White, Gilbert, 146
Whitehead, David, 87, B9
Whitehead, Gary, 73, 159
Whitehead, Larry, 136
Whitehead, Phyllis, 71, 153
Whiteside, Karen, 35, 61, 136
Whitson, Patricia, 45, 137, 216
Whitten, John, 153
Widener, Eugene, 45, 153
Wilder, Elizabeth, 64, 153
Tompkins, Fred, 72, 136
Tompkins, George, 72, 152
Toon. James Leslie, 92, 159
Wilder, Steve, 45, 83, 137
Wiley. James, 53, 137
Wilkinson, Edwin, 159
Bonnie Sue, 75, 153
Brenda I., 153
Williams, Brenda K., 55, 61, 137
Williams, Constance, 146
, Donald, 72, 137
hens, Charles, 158
buts, Gnry, 87, 144
oberts, John, 152
, Roy, 73, 99
oberts, Lindn, 152
obertson, Barbara, 59, 71, 152
obertsun, Elizabeth, 152
obertson, Sally, 71, 134
ogers, Darlene, 61, 69, 152
ngers, Deborah, 39, 55, 61, 69, 158
ogers, Margaret, 64, 152
ogers, Priscilla, 50, 55, 65, 152
ogers, Sandra, 55, 67, 144
osenbalm, Danny, 158
osumny, Benjamin, 152
ouse, Deborah, 55, 64, 158
ucker, Larry, 158
uencher, Jeannie, 42, 71, 83, 152
uffner, Carol, 137, 144
uffner, Sarah, 39
umbley, Linda, 37, 41, 57, 61, 83, 144
umfelt, Bobby, 158
umfelt, Roy, 96, 144
uaeell, Danny, 144
uuell, Janice, 31, 37, 48, 61, 69, 82,
ussell, Linda, 37, 57, 78, 134
ussell, Pntriciq, 158
ussell, Patsy, 71, 158
sms, Monty, 86, 152
Anders, Mary, 67, 152
Anders, Thomas, 45, 86, 89, 134
Satterfield, Gale, 39, 57, 134
Sauceman, Diane, 64, 71, 152
Snuceman, James, 73, 158
Sawyer, Betty, 152
Schubert, Charlene. 152
Schultz. Christopher, 62, 64, 65, 152
Scott, Carolyn, 7, 37, 48, 63, 142. 144,
Scott, Douglas, 134
Scott, Danny, 33, H7, 89, 112, 134,
sms, Jerry, 134
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Scott, Kenneth, 92, 158
Selgle, limes. 45, 134
Wmer' aa, 122, 131
Sal, Nancy, 64, 67, '11, 158
Seal, Shirley, 37, 70, 100, 144
Seals, Glenda. 137
Seals, Kirby, 152
Sells, Lnughton, 72, 152
Seals, Lindl, 55, 158
Seals, Margaret. 55, 14-4
Seals, Paul, 52, 53, 134
Seals, Ralph. 152
Darlene, 35, 40, 57, 59, 67, 134,
Self, Linda, 134
Sentelle, Horace, 15B
Senier, James, 6, 51, 64, 87, 152
Slabbekorn, Benn, 83, 158
Smallman, Nancy, 152
Smallman, Peggy, 69. 100' 101' 135
Smelser, Clifford, 158
Smith, Alice, 43, 55, 59, 64, 158
Smith, Anderson, 82. 145
Smith, Anita, 67, 158
Smith, Beth, 158
Smith, Claudette, 61, 152
Smith, Darlene, 41. 67, 82, 145. 21
Smith, Edna, 55, 64, 67, 152
Smith, Janice, 158
Smith, Jimmy, 158
Smith, John, 51, 87, 152
Smith Jennie, 57, 145
Smith, Lea Wayne, 30, 32, 37, 4-B, 107,
Smith, Lynn. 50, 158
Smith, Lynne Ann, 31, 63, 64, 158
Smith, Patty, 43, 65. 100
Smith, Sandra, 152
Smith, Shirley, 145
Smith, Susan. 34. 45. 57. 51, 135, 217
Smith, Wanda. 158
Smith, Wayne, 46. 49. 135
Snow, Joe, 135
Smoe, Roy, 158
Snyder, Robert, 145
Southerland, Lois, 145
Southerlancl, Mike, 152
Soutlxerland, Paula, 67, 100, .158
Southerland, Sandra, 71, 153
Spoone, Eddih 65. 152
Spoons, Jnmes, 72, 152
Sprinkle. Mary, 34, 74. 152
Sproles, Knren, 33, 37, 59- 63. 74.
Standifer, Betty Jane, 71, l52
Starnes, Barbara, 158 83
Stephenson, Peter, 31, 37, 49, 59,
Stepp, Larry, 158 ,
Stewart, Esther Ruth, 55, 69, 145
Stewart, Marie, 55, 71
Still, Larry, 158
Stines, Allen, 158
Stinel, Freddie, l45
Snitch, Jeanne. 61, 69, 124. 135
Stout, Ann, 69, 145
Stout. Joyve. 71. 75. 145
Stroud, Jeanie. 135
Stroupe, Alma, 158
Stuart, Charles, 73, 158
Stuart, John, 158
Stuart, Linda, 33. 145
Stuart, Teresl- 48, 65. 124. 135
Stubblefield. Dom 137
Stubblefield. Gulldihh 53. 135
Stubblefield, ludith, 67, 158
Stubblefield, Judy, 41, 135. 216
Slubblefield, Larry, 83. 152
Stubbleileld Terry, 159
Townsend, Letitia, 159
Travis, Dana, 64, 159
Treece, Gary, 74, 152
Trent, Brenda, 137
Trent, Carroll, 159
David, 37, 44, 128, 136
Trent, Evelyn, 152
Trent, Gary, 92, 159
Trent, Patsy, 64, 159
Trent, Suzanne, 74, 136
Trobauglx, Pamela, 11, 159
Trobaugh, Robert, 159
Troy, Henry, 108, 109, 136
Tullock, Cynthia, 32, 37, 39. 136
Turuka, Nancy, 159
Turner, Curtis, 159
Turner, Jackie, 64, 159
Turner, Jerry, 159
Turner, Kathy, 37, 68, 145, 217
Turnen Nancy, 152
re, Guy, 99, 159
re, Roger, 53
Deborah, 59, 65, 33, 152
ood, Danny, 152
ood, Ron, 159
der, Kraus, 99
Vance, Bobbie, 14, 35, 37, 48, 58,
Vance, Cynthia, 67, 159
Vanci, Ravid, 148, 152
Vanne, William, 87, 93, 145
Vaughn, Bnrbarl, 30, 35, 37, 61, 81,
82, 145, 217
Vaughn, David, 152
Vaughn, George, 159
Vaughn, Jeannine, 136
, Nancy, 61, 75, 152
Vineyard, Shelby, 71, 152
Wnde, David, 86, 152
Wagner, Iudy, 37, 48, 61,
Walker, John. 137
Walker, Julia, 145
Walker, Regena, 50, 71, B3, l59
Walker, Terry, 145
wtnm, 'rmy G., 152
Walker, Tommy, 92, 159
Vickie, 43, 67, 152
Williams, Carolyn, 39, 61, 63, 64, 74,
Willilmn, Joy, 37, 39, 63, 65, 145
Williams, Judy R., 42, 57, 61, 71
Williams, Lillifn, 50, 65, 153
Williamn, Lindt, 57, 137
Williams, Luuise, 146
Williams, Nancy, 159
Williams, Patrieig 146
Williuns, Ronald, 59, 159
Williams, Ronnie, 153
Williams, Sandra, B2, 159
Williamson, Curl. 159
Williamson, Charles, 73, 153
Wilson, Elizabeth, 37, 45, 146, 217
Wilson, Frank, 31, 59, 65, 153
Wilson. James, 33, 34, 37, 47, 49, 58
Rebecca, 48, 69, 145, 217
Wilson, Mary Sue, 69, 137
Wilson, Phyllis, 153
Elll, 55, 69. 153
Helen, 54, 69, 146
Winn. Jeffery, 37, 49, 82, 137
Winnie, Rnymund, 159
David, 153, 198
Winsleld, Freddie, 159
Winsiead, Gerald, 153
Winstead, Larry, 146
Winslead, Larry L., 146
Winlteld, Patsy, 153
Winstead, Peggy, 159
Winstead, Wilma, 64, 153
Wisecarver, Carolyn, 67, 146
Witherell, Nancy, 64, 159
Witt, Alipe, 159
Witt, Linda, 137
Witt, Mary, 159
Wolfe, Betty, 146
Wolfe, Billy, 73
Wolfe, Carol, 55, 65, 137
Wolfe, Donald, 146
Wolfe, Ilnice, 159
Wolfe, Jimmy, 146
Wolfe,AIudy, 55, 71, 153
Wolfe, Linda, 159
Wolfe, Nancy. 137
82, 145, 217
Sexton, Anna, 71, 158
Sexton, Bobby, 134
Sexton, Nnnnie, 152
Shaffer, Shirley, 158
Shannon, Virginia, 158
Sharpe. Janie, 6, 64. 71. 152
Sharpe, Sarah, 39, 59, 65, 82, 152
Shaver, John, 144 ,
Shaver, Lois, 64, 68, 75. 153
Shelton, Kathy, 158
Shelton, Johnny, l34
Shelton, Robert, 144
Sl1epard,. Carolyn Collins, 134
Shepard, Roger, 158
Shepard, Zora, 134
Sherwood, Blrblrl. 67, 144
Shiflet, Carolyn. 137
Shipley, Alan, 152
Shipley, Betty. 158
Shipley, ml- 100. 144
Shipley, Mary Ellen, 69, 134
Shipley, Mary Ruth, 134
Stuffle. Virginia. 135
Stump, Claudia, 127
Sullivan, Lee, 152
Sullivan, Linda, 69, 145
Surber, Danny, 49, 217
Susong, Olsie, 72
Susong, Rita. 135
Swain, Patricia, 55, 153
Taber. Martha, 55, 57, 61, 71, 135
Talley, Beatrice, 67, 158
Walton, Sandra, 71, 159
Wampler, Dann, 49, 87, 145, 217
Wampler, Jimmy, 159
Wlmpler. Lynn, 94, 136
Ward, David, 53
Ward, Sue, 136
Warner, Martha, 145
Wsmer, Mary, 69, 159
Warren, Jimmy, 136
Warren, Judy, 71
Wasaum, Cu-roll, 159
Watkins, Donna, 55, 69, 145
Watkins, James, 72, 136
Watkins, Stephen, 92, 159
Watson, Stevn, 92, l59
Watts, Shirley, 137
Wood, Gail, 153
Wood. Gary. 99. 146
Wood, Rebecca, 64, 159
Wood, Thomas, 159
Woods, Cecil, 73, 159
Woodford, Kenneth, 49, 146
Woolwine, Fred, 94, 96, 146
Woolwine, Mary, 159
Wright, Gloria, 33, 41, 57, 59, 60, 62,
Wright, Michael, 37, 49, 86, 89, 109,
Wright, Jlnice, 34, 37, BB, 71, 146
Wright, Katrina, 54, 137
Festua, 86, 89, 135
Ginny, 50, 55, 74, 158
Wntts, Stella, 67, 152
Way, Dee, 145
Webb, Robert, 152
Weidman. Jack, 152
ger Gary, 51. 87, 95, 152
get, Paul, 86, 89, 94, 136
West, David, 64, 152
West, Michnel, l59
Wright, Llrry, 153
Wright, Robert, 159
Wright, Robert W.. 53, 146
Wright, Steve, Sl, 92, 159
Wylie, Ann, 50, 64, 75, 153
Wykle, Sidney, 137
Young, Bohlua L , 31, 63, 157
Young, Gladys, 159
Young, Linda 59, 69 146
Young, Thomas, 153
Young, Anita, 37, 39, 70, 146
Yount, gnes, 146
Yount, Charles, 153
Yount, Melissa, 159
Zeetyp, Jennifer, 67, 75, 153
Zeeryp, Russell, 153
But, Jane - a field trip to the Blue Circle?
I twallowed my thistle
Mommy, will we ever go home?
'Who would have thought we would ever he making money?'
Humphy Dumpty stood on the scales!!!
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