Morristown Hamblen East High School - Itakha Yearbook (Morristown, TN)
- Class of 1968
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Perhaps no other age has been
more concerned with the importance
of communication than our own.
Man's happiness is directly
influenced hy the effectiveness
of his attempts to communicate
to others his values, his feelings,
and his ideologies. Nations
attempt to communicate with other
nations,' individuals, with other
individualsg and one generation,
with another generation. As we
endeavor to understand the pre-
cepts of an adult world, we may
discard or amend our present
ethics. The end result will he
a future adult generation which
will determine the course of
human destiny. The 1968 ITAKHA,
in its revelations of the many
ways youth strive for under-
standing, knowledge, values, and
purpose through communication,
will fulfill its intended purpose
as the "voice" of Morristown High
Relaxing at home, Barbara Lowry spends many enjoyable hours talking to friends on the tele-
Preparing assignments, Sue Harmon, Ricky Hart, Judy Stubblefield, Libby Bible, and Steve Ailey find the atmosphere of the public library conducive to
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The most significant and
treasured reflections of life are
preserved through the written word.
We know from experience that our
memories cannot he trusted to retain
all known factual knowledge.
Through concentrated research and
analysis, we fortify our intellect
with the concepts and theories of
others who have paved the way for
easy accessibility of higher
knowledge. However, our capacity
to learn requires an openness of
mind as well asa genuine desire
to discover new facts. We, there-
fore, entrust to pen and paper the
responsibility of keeping our
choicest verhalized mental
Lois Shaver finds the public library a quiet place to concentrate as she writes her senior theme
Sandra Redden, Beverly Parker, Wayne Clement, Doug Hamilton, and Doris Edmonds realize the hours involved in promoting
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Paula Capps shows her enthusiasm by jumping high into the air.
Sherry Teague will always remember graduation as a sad, yet rewarding experience
For our generation, one of the most expressive
forms of communication is emotions. Without real-
izing it, we convey our feelings to others each a'ay
through our own respective forms of emotional
expression. Even as we strive to voice our thoughts,
they often hecome so intense that they defy verbal
communication. It is then that our emotions reveal
our happiness or sorrow, our enthusiasm or apathy.
Because emotions give us an outlet for our feelings,
perhaps they paint a truer portrait of our inner
selves than any other form of communication.
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W'ith other members of the First Methodist Church MY F, Brenda Pilcher
and Helen Lewis often help with the Sunday School Class for retarded
Anchor Club members Patricia Riddle, Toni Rucker, and Mary Guertin'
exhibit a sense of pride in their community by raking leaves on the Court-m
As Sally Lacy leaves school, she smiles and waves to one of her classmates.
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Mrs. Hilten, directorg Miss Ann Tolmie, student teacher assistantg, Miss "All l know is that you haven't paid an income tax, and you've got to pay it"
Trobaugh, assistant directorg and Miss Mary Gwyn, student teacher assistant,
make suggestions to a few of the cast.
"Keep still! Everybody in this house is under arrest."
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"You Can? Take It With You"
FACULTY DIRECT OR: Mrs. Robert I.. Hilten
SENIOR DIRECTOR: Kathy Cain
JUNIOR DIRECTOR: Barbara Starnes
Paul Sycamore . . .
Mr. DePinna . . .
Tony Kirby ....
Boris Kolenkhov .
Gay Wellington .
Mr. Kirby . . .
Mrs. Kirby . . .
, Olga . . .
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. Carolyn Williams
. . . . Gail Benning
. . . . Betsy Lane
. . . Robert Taylor
. . . David Glass
.. Bob Charles
. . Tommy Folsom
. Michael Compton
. . Ragena Walker
. . .Doug Masengill
. . . , Rusty Sentelle
.. David Gjedde
. . . . Jan Cohen
. . . . Charles Lewis
. . . Eileen Mounts
"Because nothing can keep us apart. You know that. You must know it."
Through the cooperation of an industrious group of juniors and
seniors, the 1966-1967 junior-Senior Play was performed for an
appreciative audience. Due to the renovation of the high school,
the three presentations of the comical three-act production were
given on April 27, 28, and 29, 1967, in the Morristown junior
High School Auditorium.
Martin Vanderhof's living room is the focal point of action
throughout the entire comedy. In this one room, plays are written,
meals are eaten, snakes are kept, ballet lessons are given, musical
compositions are created, and people are arrested. These things
seem strange to other people, but to the Sycamore family, these
are just everyday occurrences.
After the conclusion of the final scene, the chuckling audience
put forth a hearty round of applause for the well-deserving cast.
Stairway to the Stars: 196 7 Prom
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Ragena Walker, President of the junior Class, and Christopher Schultz
crown the King and Queen of the Prom, Duggan Bradley and Mary
Transformed into a dreamland of suspended clouds and
glittering stars, the Isenberg-Siler Gymnasium was the setting
of an enjoyable evening that will be long remembered by
many juniors and seniors. For the formally-dressed young
ladies and their handsome, tuxedo-clad escorts, the 1966-1967
Junior-Senior Prom climaxed an exciting and profitable year.
A garden containing silver trees, multi-colored flowers, and
a flowing fountain provided a realistic touch to the entrance.
Upon ascending into the gym, the moonlight beamed upon a
sea of dancers as they swayed to the modern music of the
Plebians. In the background a cloud-covered ladder climbed
into a star-studded sky, as befitting this year's theme-"Stain
way to the Stars."
The evening slipped away quickly with the crowning of
Duggan Bradley and Mary Will Creech as King and Queen of
the Prom. As the last notes faded, each student left with
cherished memories of.a most successful prom.
Judy Stubblefield, Gail Noe, and Larry Collins are hard at work on the prom.
The Junior Class officers and their escorts are: Ragena Walker, President,
and Christopher Schultzg Rita johnson, Vice-President, and Larry I-Iurstg Linda
Catron, Secretary, and Michael Compton, and Debbie Rouse, Treasurer, and
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These iuniors and seniors, along with those who attended, pass through the entrance to the prom with eager anticipation of what the evening holds for
Surrounded by glittering stars, everyone enjoys
dancing to popular music by the Plebians.
Rain Homecoming D0esn'i Dampen Spirit,
Although rain forced cancellation of some home-
coming activities, the spirit of the spectators was not
dampened. Homecoming was not only the time for
graduates of MHS to return to their alma mater, but
also the climax of the football season for the MHS
After a hard-fought first half, the team left the
fieldg and the Hurricane Band prepared for the cere-
mony. To strains of "On A Clear Day", the queen
candidates met their escorts and were introduced.
Tension was at its peak as the moment of crowning
drew near. However, it was soon released through
screams of happiness when the announcement was
made that Rose Holt was Homecoming Queen for
1967. Rose was then crowned and congratulated by
the Honorable john D. Henderson, Mayor of Morris-
Everyone-students and alumni alike-recalled past
memories as the band played the Morristown High
School Alma Mater. Afterwards, Queen Rose and
her attendants were escorted to a special platform
where they watched the Hurricanes defeat the Devils
of Greeneville High School.
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The colorful balloons, which were released at kickoff. add to the Homecoming festivities.
1967 HOMECOMING COURT: Margaret Payne and Eddie Price, Barbara Ford and johnny Baxter, Queen Rose Holt and Mike Laughters, Sandi Rader
and Bobby Marcum, and Barbara Lowry and Richard Carter.
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"And this shall be a sign unto youg Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger.
"And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God, and saying, Glory to God in the highest
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Seniors Relate Christmas Spirit to Students
No other American holiday has so
rich a heritage as Christmas. The tradi-
tions of trimming trees, exchanging gifts,
sending Christmas cards, cooking holiday
foods, and visiting old friends have been
passed from generation to generation.
But the traditional observance that has
most influenced the world is the mean-
ingful Christmas story. This one event
shows how peace and goodwill can be-
come a reality instead of merely a hope.
Each year the Senior Class attempts to
bring the true Christmas spirit to the
students of MHS as they portray the
story of Christ's birth. The seniors them-
selves elect the cast, prepare the setting,
. and provide the costumes. This year rain
cancelled the night performance of the
story and changed the afternoon per-
formance from the football field to Isen-
burg-Siler Gymnasium. However, this
change of plans did not decrease the
spirit of the presentation. As Rusty Sen-
telle read the Biblical story and the band
'played the familiar Christmas carols, the
i true meaning of Christmas passed from
person to person . . . binding the student
body together with peace and good will.
"And when they were come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary his mother."
Who's Who Climaxes High School Activities
On February li, the 1968 Who's Who
Program climaxed four years of hard work
and constant effort for twenty-four seniors.
The theme of the program was appropriate-
ly centered upon the attributes "Talent,
Scholarship, Leadership, and Service," which
are the criteria for selection to Who's Who
In order to be selected to 'Who's Wfho,
each senior was earlier asked to fill in a
form on which he listed all activities in
which he had participated during his entire
four years of high school. Participation in
athletics, publications, clubs, dramatics, and
music are included in this list. Points are
then awarded for these activities-with ad-
ditional points being given for honor grades
-and the seniors with the highest number
of points are selected for Who's Who.
After Mr. Murrell Weesner, assistant
principal, read the names of the seniors
who composed the 1968 Who's XVho, these
students came forward to receive corsages
or boutonnieres and to sit in front of the
senior class. The featured speaker, Dr. XV.
E. Darby, President of the Tennessee Bap-
tist Association and pastor of the First Bap-
tist Church of jefferson City, then spoke to
the MHS student body on future success in
life. Following this speech, the MHS Con-
cert Choir presented "Choose Something
Like a Star" from "lirostiana" to conclude
the special program.
At the conclusion of the program the
seniors elected Mr. and Miss MHS. Barbara
Lowry and Bob Marcum were elected to
Thursday night a banquet was given by
the ITAKHA Staff in honor of the students
making Who's Who. This informal occa-
sion marked the end of a very happy day
for the twenty-four honorees.
Mr. ana' Miss MHS
Bob M arcum
The Who's Who members and several teachers discuss the day's events in the lobby of the Holiday Inn before the banquet given in their honor
Lynne Ann Smith
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NATIONAL MERJT SCHOLARSHIP PINALIST1 Brenda Holt BETTY CROCKER HOMEMAKER OF T OMORROWI Sandy Walton
BOYS' STATE AND GIRLS' STATE REPRESENTATIVES: Sandra Williams, Richard Carter,
Bill Ada.ms,'Bob Charles, Mike West, and Ragena Walker.
1968 WHO'S WHO AT MHS: Front row: Nancy Little, Ragena Walker, Rita johnson, Sandy Walton, Kate Haggerty, Brenda Holt, Anne Brittain.
Serond row: Paula Southerland, Janice Davis, Debbie Rouse, Sandra Williams, Brenda Delaney, Lynne Ann Smith, Barbara Lowry, Ginny Taylor,
Becky Johns, Linda Catron. Bark row: Richard Carter, Bill Horton, David Gjedde, Bill Adams, Don Edwards, Bob Marcum, Bob Charles.
Honors Recognize Outstanding Achievements
DAR REPRESENTATIVE: Sandra Williams
THE HONOR STUDENTS OF THE CLASS OF 1968: Front row:
Brenda Holt, Sandra Williams, jane Bellamy, Kate Haggerty, Mar-
garet Payne, Pat Cole. Second row: Becky Johns, Ragena Walker,
Bob Charles, David Giedde, Don Edwards, Linda Catron, Lynne Ann
Smith, Ginny Taylor. Not pirlured: Lynn Ezell, Joan Gentry.
Student 0uncilCo- ra'inatesSch00IActivities
Student Council members have succeeded in car-
rying out the Counci1's function, which is to coordi-
nate student activities and to encourage all students
to participate in school organizations. The members
met with their sponsor, Mr. NWeesner,.weekly during
school hours to plan projects for the student body.
To begin the school year, the Council compiled ori-
entation information for the Freshman Class. Home-
coming brought back many Morristown High School
graduates who were cordially greeted with the friend-
ly smiles of the Council members at the Hospitality
Center sponsored by the Student Council. As the
year progressed, plans were made for the annual
Harvest Festival in November and the door decora-
tion contest in December.
As 1968 rolled in, members of the Council made
new plans for the concluding portion of the academic
year. The Council provided suggestion boxes placed
in convenient areas around the school. This gave
the students an opportunity to suggest changes that
they felt were needed in the school organization or
school facilities. Two other annual projects included
compiling the student directory and holding class
Lynne Ann Smith, President, and Debbie Rouse help register graduates, Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Fisher, at the Homecoming Hospitality Center.
Lynne Ann Smith, Bob Charles, Paula Southerland, janet Johnson, Bruce White, Billy Darden, and Jackie Weeks count ballots
after class elections.
Richard Carter, Treasurerg Bill Horton, Vice-Presidentg Mr. Murrell Weesner, Sponsorg and Cathy Davis, Secretary, find one suggestion amusing
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Bill Horton, V.P.
Cathy Davis, Sec.
Richard Carter, Trearr.
I TAKHA Accents Communication
In an attempt to make MHS students more
aware of the importance of communication in
the world today, the 1968 ITAKI-IA Staff has
portrayed in this volume the daily activities
of the student body. We have strived to capture
the many ways by which youth communicate.
In doing this, each staff member has gained a
more realistic understanding of the ways we
communicate and also has discovered the diffi-
culties of producing a yearbook.
To perfect the quality of the 1968 ITAKHA,
Bob Charles and Sandra Williams attended a
journalism workshop at the University of Ten-
nessee School of journalism in Knoxville where
they studied the fundamentals of producing a
good yearbook. Donny Guice, Sandra Guice,
Becky johns, Rita Johnson, Ragena Walker, and
Sandra Williams, six members of the staff, at-
tended a seminar at Milligan College sponsored
by the Taylor Publishing Company. While at-
tending the seminar, the members were present-
ed a second place trophy for sample layouts and
copy. With this preparation, the staff has worked
toward an "A" rating as the 1967 ITAKHA
received from NSYA. Through our joint effort,
we hope we have left worthwhile thoughts with
Auf. Business Manager:
Senior Index Chairmen:
junior Staff Memben:
The ITAKHA Staff finds the overcrowded conditions a handicap in producing the yearbook
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Sandra Williams and Bob Charles consult Balancing the ITAKHA accounts, Shari Farris and
with Mrs. McKinley, ITAKHA adviser, on a Donny Guice check for any unpaid bills.
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H URRI CA E C0mmunicatesWeekbfA ctivitiea
Nancy Little, Managing Editor, and Linda Catron, Editor, realize that there is a story
out there somewhere.
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Publishing a weekly school paper is more involved
than perhaps most students realize. The HURRI-
CANE Staff, nevertheless, met its deadline each
week in order that the student body could be "in the
know" about school activities.
Editor Linda Catron and managing editor Nancy
Little attended the annual U. T. School of Journal-
ism held in Knoxville, Tennessee, during july. While
there the girls attended lecture sessions and work-
shops where they learned basic fundamentals of news-
paper production, which they then put into practice
in the HURRICANE issues.
In addition to the weekly paper, the staff also
published a monthly paper which consisted of eight
to ten delightful pages. Contained within the pages
are reports on current events, letters to the editor,
editorials, and a few humorous and original extras.
The HURRICANE Staff added a new attraction to
the monthly issue also. Members of the staff voted
on a Boy of the Month and a Girl of the Month. and
included a brief resume of their activities in the
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Graves realize that the full cooperation of the entire staff is necessary to put out a school paper.
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prepare for the distribution of HURRICANES on a Friday afternoon.
Debating Team Develops Research Skills
Debating Team is an example of the
methodical advancement of an organization
at MHS. Increasing membership and spread-
ing enthusiasm are only a few apparent
signs of the growing significance of the
Throughout history, the ability to com-
municate wisely has been the main advan-
tage of an accelerated civilization. Debaters
at MHS soon learn that self-opinionated
arguing has to be discarded and supple-
mented by facts. Neither side in a debate
tries to convince the other it is rightg rather
each side presents ideas to an audience who
decides the merits of the arguments of each
Working behind a towering mass of mag-
azines, books, newspapers, and other refer-
ence materials are members of the Debating
Team, Numerous hours are spent in search-
ing for adequate information about topics
covering things instnunental to local, na-
tional, and universal situations. However,
the hours of hard work offer enormous re-
wards. Debaters utilize the skills of reading
and research in order to become familiar
with various facets of life, to confer with
others, to leam to accept different view-
points, and to develop exactness which
comes from establishing an individual style
of written and oral expression.
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As Velina Kilgore rehearses her speech, Mike Buckner, Barbara Starnes, Researching for debate are Mary Guertin, Recording Secretaryg Velina
and Angela Loudy prepare to offer their criticism. Kilgore, Treasurerg Barbara Starnes, Presidentg Earlene Cox, Vice-Pres-
identg and Angela Loudy, Corresponding Secretary.
The sounds of favorite Christmas melodies, performed by the Hurricane Band, hush the inspired audience at the Christmas Concert.
Band officers Melissa Smith, Freshman Representativeg Paula Southerland, President, john
Kinser, Secretaryg Byron Foust, Sophomore Representative, Bob Charles, Vice-President, and
Sandra Guice, Treasurer, proudly display the plaque that the band won last year in St.
Mr. Biddle, Hurricane Band Director, gives a
smile of approval as he gives the downbeat.
labovel French Horns: G. Green, D. Varnell, P. Reeves, J. Eaton, C. Rowlett, N. Noe, L.
Birely, B. Charles. Corners: L. Berry, T. Terry, T. Rucker, K. Jones, D. Robertson, R. Glenn,
A. Nichols, K. Heneger, R. Watkins, H. Lewis, S. Guice, R. Johnson, K. Deneau, K. Bradley,
P. Southerland. Percussion: D. Martin, J. Kinser, J. Rose, J. Howell, R. Goan. Basses: C. Ruth,
D. Noe, F. Shaver, S. Thayer, M. Cox, D. Edwards. fbelowj Alto Clarinets: M. Guertin, K.
Marshall, V. Brock, D. Guertin. Oboes: R. Marcum, J. Miller. Alto Saxophones: L. Brooks, J.
Weeks. Tenor Saxo hones: . Harrison, C. Chandler, B. McKinley.'Ba.ritone Saxo hone: G. Stran e
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B. Hayter, J. Spurgeon. Bass Clarinets: P. Hughes, B. Sanders, V. Kinser, P. Jones, D. Evans.
Contra Bass Clarinet: S. Redden. Bassoon: M. Sharpe.
Clarinets: J. Huguenard, B. Bray, J. Rucker, B. Stephenson, C. Humpston, P. Douglas, V. Feeney,
P. Peters, A. Smith, D. Cox, D. Douglas, M. Smith, A. Tabor, G. Noe, J. Williams, L. Haney,
K. Long, R. Cooper, D. Payne, N. Peeples, G. Miles, M. Sullivan, E. Harrison.
As in years past, the Hurricane Band con-
tinued proudly to represent Morristown
High School at home, in surrounding com-
munities, and across the state. In Decem-
ber, the band under the direction of Mr.
William Biddle presented a Christmas con-
cert in conjunction with the Junior High
and elementary school bands. Members of
the audience were thrilled with both light
and serious musical numbers that were per-
formed. As the Crowds of people returned
home the familiar tune of "Sleigh Ride"
continued to ring in their ears. Other
Christmas activities included participating in
the annual Christmas parade and perform-
ing for the Nativity Scene.
Seven members of the band were chosen
to attend All State Band East in Knoxville
after auditioning. After a weekend of re-
hearsals, a concert was given on Sunday,
February 4, 1968, to the public. On May 9,
10, and 11, the band traveled to Memphis,
Tennessee, for the annual Cotton Festival.
While there, the unit gave three concerts
for the public and marched in two parades.
The trip was not all work for the band
members since sightseeing added a touch
of fun and excitement.
Mrs. I. Lester Cohen reviews the schedule for the
All State Band East Clinic with the MHS
Hurricane Band Journeys to Cotton Festival
David Giedde, Hurricane Band Drum Major, dis-
plays exact marching precision.
participants Frank Shaver, Mary Guertin, Don Edwards,
Ragena Walker Pat Hughes, and Bob Charles.
fabouej Flutes: R. Walker, J. Culvern, P. Pope, A. Haggerty, M. Demko, K. Smith, B Trent
A. Mathis, M. Fisher. lbelowj Baritones: B. White, B. Nelson, E. Tuttle, D. Shoun, M. Hurley
Trombones: C.'Austin, G. Ramsey, R. Holmes, M. Tabor, B. Foust, R. Gray, J. Maden, D. Gyedde
Band Maiorettes, Donna Payne, Peggy Douglas, Margaret Fisher, Gail Noe,
and Debbie Douglas practice for their next performance with the band.
MHS Choir Communicates through Music
Lifting their voices in song, the Morristown High
Choir participated in programs of every type this
year. They presented a choral program for the stu-
dents at Thanksgiving. Before and during the Christ-
mas season, the Choir sang at a Rotary luncheon,
at a dinner at the Holiday Inn for Morristown
Batting and Foam, at Gibson's Discount Center, and
at the Whitesburg High School Christmas Party.
They also recorded tapes for radio station WMTN
All-state auditions were held February 10, and
those members selected participated in the All-State
Choirs Festival in Chattanooga April 3, 4, and 5.
The Choir journeyed to the University of Tennes-
see for the High School Vocal Festival, held March
19, 20, and 21. Songs were sung by the Choir for
Honors Day and Who's Who, and members sang
for Evensong at All Saints Episcopal Church during
the Lenten season. The Westminster Choir Festival
was held at the First Methodist Church in Morris-
town on May 5, and the Morristown High Choir
participated, The Choir also operated a fortune-tell-
ing booth at the Harvest Festival.
Pam Peters, chosen Alto I of the All-State Choir, practices her music as she accompanies
herself on the piano.
The Concert Choir delights the student body at the Who's Who Program with the meaningful and well-prepared selection of "Choose Something Like
Front row: Mrs. Edwards, D. Smith, B. Delaney, N. Hodge, V. West, A. Fain, 1. Martin, M. Blevins, C. Caldwell. Second raw: B. Spearman,
D. Harbin, P. Treece, L. Goforth, C. Lee, S, Wheeler, S. Reynolds, V. Kilgore, A. Bryan. Third row: E. Wheeler, P. Peters, B. Zachary, D. Hurst,
A. Nichols, M. Hoover, T. Crews, C. Cowan, M. Atkins, K. Ranshous. Back row: G. Cochran, M. Morris, B. Adams, M. Chamberlain, G.
Hurley, S. Davis, C. Turner.
Bill Adams, President, Pam Peters, Vice-President, Alvin Nichols, Reporterg and Gary Hurley,
Secretary and Treasurer, listen as Mrs. P. A. Edwards, Choir Director, outlines plans for
coming choir activities.
Mrs. Edwards expects perfection for a fine per-
formance at the Who's Who Program.
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Janice Davis, watch,
Summer did not necessarily mean vacation for
those industrious Anchor Club members who proved
to be a boost to their community as they helped teach
swimming lessons to retarded children, worked in
Head Start, helped at the Day Care Center, or par-
ticipated in the many other summer projects.
Anchor welcomed the teachers back to a new school
year with a salad luncheon, which was repeated in
january during In-Service Training. The teachers also
greatly appreciated the cookies, candies, and punch
that the Anchor members served on Teacher Appre-
As school continued and school work mounted,
members of the Anchor Club continued to seek ways
to serve both the school and community. Paint-splat-
tered blouses did not discourage those members who
painted the band bleachers in Burke-Toney Stadium
and the picnic shelter in the Jaycee Park. Other mem-
bers seized rakes and cleared the Courthouse lawn of
Anchor Club sold cokes and candy at the Harvest
Festival. During Christmas they collected food bas-
kets and delivered them to the needy. In order to
create a more meaningful Christmas spirit, members
presented a program to the Pilots. The first snow-
flakes of winter heralded the Anchor-Key Club
Christmas dance, which was climaxed by the crown-
ing of Miss Anchor, Miss Betty Farmer.
Anchor Club officers: Betty Farmer, Presidentg Mary Guertin, Vice-President, Becky
Johns, Secretaryg janice Davis, Treasurerg Debbie Travis, junior Directorg Susie Reynolds,
Parliamentariang Debbie Rouse, Reporter, Dian-ne Brabston, Senior Directorg Mrs. L. M.
Williams, Sponsor, Becky Allen, junior Directorg and Miss Virginia Hodges, Sponsor.
Paula Southerlancl instructs Barbara Starnes, Darlene Austin, Becky Johns, Judy
Huguenard, Hope Kren, and Debbie Beck in the art of painti-ng bleachers.
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Stressing its goal-maintaining and extend-
ing high standards of Christian character
throughout the home, school, and community-
the Morristown Alpha Hi-Y chapter was re-
sponsible for several worthwhile projects this
Alpha Hi-Y members brought the spirit of
Christmas to Morristown High School by pro-
viding a Christmas tree for the front lawn of
the school. The twenty-foot tree remained light-
ed at night and during the morning until after
the Christmas holidays. Alpha Hi-Y's beautifi-
cation project involved cleaning the gym steps
and painting them orange and black, the school
colors. On November 4, Alpha Hi-Y boys put
to test their hours of practice when they played
the Key Club in the Hi-Y Key Club Football
game. Alpha Hi-Y was victorious, with a score
of 13-0. Members ran a brisk business with a
"jolly jail" which they operated at the Harvest
Tim Duby, Pres.
Al Hodges, V.P.
Mark Anderson, Ser.
Eddie Price, Trear.
Robert Cantwell, Chap.
Richard Carter, Parl.
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Mark Anderson, Secretaryg Al Hodges, Vice-Presidentg Mr. Neill, Sponsorg Sandi Rader,
Sweetheartg Eddie Price, Treasurerg and Debbie Shockly, Sweetheart, are ready to hear President
Tim Duby's ideas for club projects.
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Busily engaged in cleaning the concession stand are Stan Harrison, Becky Graham,
joe Whiteside, Sam Mitchell, Mike Taber, and Alvin Nichols.
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clubs at MHS, the Beta Hi-Y has reasserted its former
importance. The boys have participated enthusiastically
in the annual array of service projects. By improving
the general appearance of the concession stands and
bleachers in Burke-Toney Stadium with the aid of
brooms, hammers, and other necessary implements, the
club displayed the feeling of pride which has been
prevalent throughout the school.
As a result of attending many different churches in
the Morristown area, the Beta Hi-Y has strengthened
the basic Christian-oriented structure of its constitu-
tion. Using "An old-fashioned Christmas" as their
theme, members combined their efforts with the Beta
Tri-Hi-Y to build a float for the annual Morristown
Christmas parade. Activity is a major part of any club,
and the Beta Hi-Y added a car wash and a basketball
throw at the Harvest Festival to its list of money-
George Keener and Michael Hale examine the sinks in the
new chemistry room which was cleaned by club members.
Ginny Taylor, Presidentg Rachel Tinsley, Vice-Presidentg Kathy Bible Reporter Patricia Renner Chaplain Shan Farris, Secretary Cathy Davis
Sergeant-at-Armsg Sally Lacy, Sergeant-at-Armsg Jane Jessee, Historian and Lynne Ann Smith Treasurer make plans at an executive meeting
Ginny Taylor, Prey.
Rachel Tinsley, V.P.
Shari Farris, Sec.
Lynne Ann Smith, Treat.
Patricia Renner, Chap.
Kathy Bible, Rep.
Jane Jessee, Historian
Cathy Davis, Sgt. at Arm!
Sally Lacy, Sgt. al Arm:
Ahaha T ri-Hi-Y Sponsors King and ueen
Variety was added to the Harvest Festival this
year as a King and Queen contest was sponsored
by the Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. Students bought candy
from the boxes of their favorite candidatesg and
the winners, Steve Watkins and Debbie Rouse,
were crowned as royalty of 1967.
Attending pre-legislature workshops in january,
Tri-Hi-Y delegates prepared for Youth and Gov-
ernment, which is the mock congress held each
spring in Nashville at the State Capitol. The
Congress is made up of "senators" and "repre-
sentatives" from Tri-Hi-Y chapters throughout
The Powder Puff football game, an annual
battle between Tri-Hi-Y members and Anchor
Club members, was again played. However, un-
like former years, the two teams met in the
Alpha Tri-Hi-Y also sponsored a Teacher Ap-
preciation Day and participated in the clean-up
campaign held in the spring. Through these yearly
activities the Alpha chapter has continued to ful-
fill its purpose: "To create, maintain, and extend
throughout the home, school, and community high
standards of Christian character."
Vice-President Rachel Tinsley and President Ginny Taylor began a new tradition when they
crowned the first Harvest Festival King and Queen, Steve Watkins and Debbie Rouse.
Becky Noe, Becky Wallace, Nancy Little, and Linda Catron honor Mrs. Hilten on Teacher Appreciation Day.
Beta T ri-Hi-Y Builds Christmas Float
Debbie jones, Vickie Kinser, Jeanie Cloar, Julie Sprinkle, Lea Long, Jan Jarnigan, and
Mary Sharpe pause for a rest after caroling for residents of Hamblen Hall.
Beginning their service year, the Beta Tri-Hi-Y
painted the set for the play "Barefoot in the Park,"
produced by the Morristown Theater Guild. As
Christmas drew near, the members built and entered
a float in the annual Christmas parade. Plans were
discussed and completed for sending Christmas cards
to soldiers in Vietnam and to the patients at Greene
Valley Hospital. At the same time members gave a
Christmas party for residents at Hamblen Hall. y
Delegates of the Beta Tri-Hi-Y attended the Hi-Y-
Tri-Hi-Y state convention on December 1, 2, and 3
in Knoxville. There they participated in clinics and
took part in group discussions concerning problems of
interest to their age group. Other convention activities
involved practice of parliamentary procedure and plan-
ning of statewide activities for the coming year.
Election of state officers was also held at this time.
Beta Tri-Hi-Y members Nancy Noe, Pam Hinkle, Kathy Beckett, and Beth Roberts address Christmas cards to servicemen in Vietnam.
Miss Trobaugh, Sponsor of the Beta Tri-Hi-Y, instructs Debbie Reynolds, Sergeant-at-Armsg Susan Cosson, Sergeant-at-Armsg Libby Bible, Project
Chairmang Brenda Dugger, Historiang Sarah Morrison, Treasurer: Jill Widener, Secretaryg Debbie Douglas, Vice-Presidentg Becky jo Roberts, Chap-
laing and Patricia Graves, President, in the distribution of "For Pete's Sake" literature.
Patricia Graves, Prer.
Debbie Douglas, V.P.
Jill Vfidener, Sec.
Sarah Morrison, Trear.
Rhonda Bray, Rep.
Becky jo Roberts, Chap..
Brenda Dugger, Hirt.
Susan Cosson, Sgt. at Arms
Debbie Reynolds, Sgf. at Armr
Libby Bible, Proj. Cbmn.
jean Ann Hardy
Key Club offrcers Becky Wallace, Sweetheartg Barbara Ford, Sweetheartg Douglas Glass, Secretary-Treasurerg Tommy Folsom, Vice-Presi-
dent john Chance Reporterg Sam Hale, Presidentg Mr. George Keener, Sponsorg and Mr. Anthony Eckel, Sponsor.
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Tommy Folsom, V.P.
Douglas Glass, Sec-Tfeaf
john Chance, Rep.
Key Club Sponsors Clothes Drive
As a subsidiary of Kiwanis International, Key Club
International strives to serve the school and community.
The club endeavors to develop the initiative and
leadership of the young men through service to the
home, school, community, and nation.
Service projects performed for the Morristown
Kiwanis Club were among service activities of the
Key Club this year. One of these many projects was
providing willing workers for the annual Ladies Night
Banquet sponsored by the Kiwanians. One long range
project consisted of a clothes drive for the junior High
School. Another service activity found the club in-
volved in the painting of trash barrels for use in the
school parking lots. Members also attended church to-
gether several times this year. The hard work put
into the decoration of Mr. Keener's door before Christ-
mas holidays resulted in third prize for their efforts.
Club enthusiasm was brought to a peak during the
friendly clashes of the Key Club-Alpha Hi-Y game,
but Key Club was forced to accept defeat.
Painting barrels for the school parking lot are jerry Helton, Chuck Hicks, Joe Gngsby
Mike West, Nick Francis, Darrell Long, and Sam Hale.
Mike Shuck, jim Nichols, John Hastie, and David Smith enjoy the op
portunity to visit the various church denominations in the area
Gathered at t.he home of their sponsor, Mrs. jones, are Aurellia Treece, Secretaryg Ginny Taylor, Treasurerg Bob
Charles, Presidentg Debbie Rouse, Vice-Presidentg and Nancy Little, Reporter.
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Any junior or senior student may be proud to be a member of
the Beta Club, whose membership is based on academic achieve-
ment and scholarship. The club boasts forty-six new members this
year. In December, these new members took the Beta Club oath
at a special program for parents and new members at the Morris-
town Utilities Building. Mr. Ralph Sharpe, who along with Mrs.
Jones is a club sponsor, was the main speaker.
During the Christmas season Beta Club members were quite
active. As in the past few years, club members took a Christmas
tree to Hamblen Hall and decorated it with ornaments given by the
members. In cooperation with the Christmas door decoration con-
test sponsored by the Student Council, members worked diligently
decorating Mrs. Jones's door. For the members' fine work the club
received Honorable Mention. Another Christmas project concerned
a drive sponsored by the Red Cross Council for clothes and money
for Greene Valley residents. By a unanimous vote the club members
voted that each member would give a quarterg the entire amount
then was donated in the name of the Beta Club.
Nancy Seal and Rachel Tinsley proudly display the Beta Club
Christmas door which received Honorable Mention in the
door decoration contest.
Lynne Ann Smith
FHA I: Communications Strengthen
Participation in school activities as a club
unit kept members of the Future Homemakers
of America Chapter I busy throughout this
FHA I helped with the clothes and maga-
zine drive for Greene Valley and delivered
cookies and small favors to Hamblen Hall,
where members sang carols for, and visited
with, the elderly people there. The club en-
tered a beautiful design in the Christmas
door decoration contest and participated in
the clean-up campaign. The girls worked on
their junior, Chapter, and State Degreesg and
those who reached completion were honored
at the FHA Banquet in April. These State
Degree earners and the official delegates
attended the State Convention in the spring.
FHA I members participated in the 4-H-
FHA Fair Talent Show, and their talent, a
singing quartet, won second place. Those
same members also entered the VFW Talent
Show for the Crippled Children's Hospital.
Dianne Breeding, Pres. '
Margaret Vaughn, V.P.
Rita Jarnigan, Sec.
Betsy Hayter, Trear.
Patricia Baxley, Rep.
Mary Johns, Hin.
Margaret Farrell, S.L.
Linda Manning, Parl. '
Sandra Hopson l
President Dianne Breeding reviews minutes of the last meeting with Patricia Baxley, Reporterg
Margaret Vaughn, Vice-Presidentg Betsy Hayter, Treasurerg Rita jarnigan, Secretary, Linda Manning,
Parliamentariang Mary johns, Historian, and Margaret Farrell, Song Leader. Mrs. N. C. Kelley
serves as adviser.
FUTURE HOMEMAKER OF THE YEAR: Janice Bewley
STATE DEGREE EARNERS: Janice Bewley and Becky Beets
FHA II Communicates Through Activities
Under the guidance of their Sponsor, Mrs.
Katherine Smith, the Future Homemakers of
America Chapter II has had a very productive
year. To begin the year, the chapter officers at-
tended a training program at the State FHA
Camp Clements in Doyle, Tennessee. In October,
the chapter members attended a Sub-Regional'
Officers Training program held in Rutledge.
Other service projects included wrapping!
packages which the Red Cross Council collected
for Vietnam, sponsoring a shooting gallery ati
the Harvest Festival, and selecting a "House ofl
the Month" for the Beautification project. Picturesl
of the "House of the Month" were published in
As a climax to a year of work on FHA Junior,
Chapter, and State Degrees, the group attended
FHA Day in Jefferson City and the State Con-
vention in Nashville. The members and guests
were honored at a banquet in April as a special
treat for all their hard work.
STATE DEGREE EARNERS: Mary Pittman, Rose Holt, and jan Hileman
Sally Lacy, Pres.
Mary Paddon, V.P.
Patsy Bradley, Sec.
Cathy Johnson, Trear.
jane Litz, Parl.
Shari Beeler, Hin.
Donna Evans, Rep.
jan Hinkle, Chap.
Janice Pittman, S.L.
Janice Pittman, Song Leader, offers refreshments to Cathy Johnson, Treasure-rg Patsy Bradley, Secretaryg Jane Litz, Parliamentariang Sally Lacy, Presi-
dentg Mary Paddon, Vice-Presidentg Donna Evans, Reporterg Shari Beeler, Historiang jan Hinkle, Chaplaing and Mrs. Eugene Smith, Adviser.
FUTURE HOINIEMAKER OF THE YEAR: Susan
FHA III Enlarges
"Communication: Individual, Family, Society" became
the theme for FHA III projects and activities throughout
the year. "Daddy Date Night," a picnic for members and
their fathers, offered a chance for fun and companionship.
In October, FHA III held a joint initiation with Chapters
I and II. With Debbie Rouse serving as Smoky Mountain
Sub-region President for 1967-68, the girls participated in
a sub-region program at Rutledge. During November,
members took part in the Harvest Festival, and collected
a booklet of favorite recipes of faculty members as a gift
for the faculty. Delegates to the State Convention in Nash-
ville in March supported Janice Davis, who served as
State Treasurer for 1967-68. State degrees were conferred
and new officers elected during FHA Day at jefferson
High, the site of a sub-regional meeting. April brought the
Annual FHA Banquet at which the "Future Homemaker
of the Year" was presented.
Four chapter members modeled in the FHA Fashion
Show at the TVA and I Fair, and all members presented
a fashion show for their mothers in May. The 1967-68
chapter clean-up project was the maintenance of the second
floor teacher's lounge. Miss Sandy Walton was the 1968
Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow for MHS.
Debbie Rouse, Pre.r. l
Gayle Hickey, V.P.
Betty Collins, Ser.
Patsy Reel, Trear.
Wanda Cross, Chap.
Diane Brock, Rep.
Debbie Shockley, Hirt. 1
Valinda Stewart, S.L.
Becky Wallace, Parl.
Mrs. L. M. DeBusk, Adviser, Diane Brock, Reporter, Gayle Hickey, Vice-Presidentg
Wanda Cross, Chaplaing Becky Wallace, Parliamentariang Debbie Shockley, Historian,
Debbie Rouse, President, Valinda Stewart, Song Leaderg Betty Collins, Secretaryg andl
Patsy Reel, Treasurer, use music as a form of communication.
STATE DEGREE EARNERS: Janice Davis, Sandy Walton, Jan Beets, FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF THE YEAR: Janice Davis and Brenda
and Brenda Dearing. Dearing-
Jean Ann Hardy
FFA Exhibits Handcrajis, Crops, and
Developing leadership in the various aspects of
agriculture, cooperating with both advisers and stu-
dents, and understanding the duties of being a citizen
are the main purposes of the Future Farmers of Ameri-
ca. Regularly scheduled meetings are held on the third
Monday night of each month at the Vocational Agri-
culture Department to allow the boys the opportunity
of sharing ways of applying the present ideas to the
Activities of the organization have been extended
to meet the demands of the members. The FFA and
4-H Club Fair was held at the beginning of the school
year and gave the participants a chance to exhibit self-
made handcrafts, crops, and livestock. During Christ-
mas, the spirit of helping others was displayed as the
club collected Christmas baskets for the underprivi-
leged. Since the FFA and 4-H Fat Calf Show and
Sale is an annual project, the members of the club
will now be able to win prizes and also sell the cattle
After a busy first semester, the FFA planned for
a FFA Sweetheart Contest, a public speaking contest,
a banquet, and the FFA Convention in Nashville.
Thus, through the Future Farmers of America, the
boys are obtaining individual benefits and are im-
proving the community.
"All right now, which one of you three boys was caught speeding?
Mr. Denver Ruth, Adviser, explains the different types of grasses to johnny Chance, Vice-Presidentg Sam Hale, Presidentg Charles Anderson Reporter
jimmy Fullington, Treasurer, Billy Manning, Chaplaing jimmy Sauceman, Sentinel, Debbie Shockley, FFA Sweetheartg and Douglas Masengill Secretary
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VI CA Pursues
During the past few years, the Vocational and In-
dustrial Club of America has shown a marked in-
crease in membership. Simultaneously, VICA has
developed many new opportunities for students to
continue their pursuit of learning in the regular school
program while at the same time acquiring valuable
experience in facing the demands of a profession.
Hospitals, newspaper offices, and automobile garages
are only a few of the major industrial and professional
businesses in the area which utilize the talents and
abilities of these young adults.
Members of the VICA also enjoy working together
on various projects for enjoyment and education. Dur-
ing club meetings, Robert? Ruler of Order is closely
followed in order that eadm member may learn and
practice correct parliamentary procedure. Members also
take part in contests in their particular field of study
on local, regional, and state levels. A Christmas party
for all VICA members gave everyone a chance to
become better acquainted and to enjoy mutual fellow-
Tommy Walker, Prer.
Douglas Christian, V.P.
Aurellia Treece, Treat.
Janice Seals, Rep.
jerry Noe, Parl.
Richard Idell, Sgt. at Arm:
Studies and Careers
Aurellia Treece, as part of her duties as a co-op student, checks the blood pressure
of patient Mr. J. Shannon Carson at Doctors Hospital.
Reviewing parliamentary procedure prior to a VICA meeting are jerry Noe, Parliamentariang Tommy Walker, Presidentg Douglas
Christian, Vice-Presidentg Richard Idell, Sergeant-at-Al-msg Patsy Sexton, Secretaryg Janice Seals, Reporterg Aurellia Treece, Treasurerg and
Mr. Glennon Brown, Adviser.
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Mr. Von jones, of jones Body Shop, demonstrates to Roger Yount, Co-op
student, the proper procedures for grinding a car surface before painting.
Members of the Senior Y-Teens, an organization ol
high school junior and senior girls, have enjoyed ar
, eventful year. During the Christmas season, the girl:
, gave Christmas baskets to the school's custodians ir
, appreciation for their daily efforts to keep the school
clean. The club also decorated Mrs. Betsy Smith':
classroom door in co-operation with the annual dooi
As a beautification project, the club members chose
, to clean the trophy cases in the gym hallway. This
j project included cleaning each trophy as well as the
Senior Y-Teen members are always anxious to serve
their community. In March girls from the club aided
in collecting money for the annual March of Dimes,
an annual project for the Y-Teens.
School activities have also kept the Senior Y-Teen
members very busy, Among these activities have been
the Harvest Festival at the Talley-Ward Building and
a basketball game against the Alpha Tri-Hi-Y.
Glenda Strange, Social Chairman, Barbara Alvis, Reporter, Mrs. Betsy Smith, Sponsor,
Barbara Ford, President, Andrea Kilgore, Vice-President, Becky Buchanan, Treasurer,
and Carolyn Cupp, Secretary, admire their work' on their Christmas door.
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Mrs. Wolfe, Sponsor, looks at some of the packages that Pelle Lowe, Treasurer Diana Haney Chaplain Patricia Jones Secretary
Sharon Gill, Parliamentariang Donna Evans, Vice-Presidentg and Kenny Pack, President have wrapped for Vietnam
Patricia Jones gives Steve Gudis a smile of encouragement as he tries
his ludc at the Junior Y-Teen booth at the Harvest Festival.
Kenny Pack, Pres.
Donna Evans, V.P.
Patricia jones, Sec.
Pelle Lowe, Treat.
Diana Haney, Chap
Becki Hill, Rep.
Sharon Gill, Pafl.
Junior Y-Teens Demonstrate Christmas
"My cleanser's better than yours!" exclaims Francie Folsom to Debbie Richardson as
Junior Y-Teen members prepare to clean the study hall.
Service projects taken on by Junior Y-Teens this
year were many and varied. Before Thanksgiving,
members collected food for a Thanksgiving basket,
which was delivered to a deserving family. junior
Y-Teens aided in the collection of clothes, shoes, and
magazines for the children of Greene Valley Hospital
and visited Hamblen Hall with Christmas gifts for
residents. Members gave their time and effort to
address and 'to send Christmas cards to soldiers in
Vietnam. Teachers were presented with appreciation-
packages by Junior Y-Teens, and extra Christmas
ornaments were distributed to less fortunate families.
Fund-raising projects included a Ball Toss at the
Harvest Festival and operating the "Hat-Check" for
the Annual Chamber of Commerce dinner at the
VFW building. Before Valentine's Day, members
prepared Valentine cards for Hamblen Hall residents
and collected money for the World Fellowship Fund.
Later in the spring, junior Y-Teens attended church
together several timesg and all the members enjoyed a
picnic at "WooClstone", the home of their sponsor,
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Michael Compton, Pres.
Ragena Walker, V.P.
Janine Culvern, Trear.
John Kinser, Rep.
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T hespian Society Displays Dramatic Talent
Students who are interested in dramatics and stage
production and who have some experience in these
fields may join the Thespian Society, Troup 54571.
New members of the club receive Dramatitx, a maga-
zine of suggested plays and reports with pictures of
plays produced by Thespian Societies around the
Members of the The-spians were given an oppor-
tunity to use their talents at the annual Harvest Festi-
val held at the Talley-Ward Building. "The Sublime
Comedies" presented were four short skits acted out by
Thespia.n members. These skits illustrated a six foot,
five year old boy, an irritating lady cashier, an un-
comfortable and extremely dressed apartment seeker,
and a lady's first airplane ride.
Once again the Thespian Society walked away a
winner in the Christmas door decoration contest spon-
sored during the Christmas season by the Student
Council. With the help of Thespian members, Kather-
rine Smith and Michael Compton, the Thespians won
second place for the expert job that was done on the
door of the club's sponsor, Mrs. Conkin.
Freshmen and Sophomores were given the rare
privilege of being among the first to use the new
auditorium facilities for the Freshman-Sophomore play.
This year the Thespians presented the one-act play
"Who Dur1r1it" for the student body.
Michael Compton and Katherine Smith admire the artwork which won
second place in the Christmas door decoration contest.
Ragena Walker, Vice-Presidentg Mrs. Conkin, Sponsorg Michael Compton, President, john Kinser, Reporterg Janine
Culwern, Treasurerg and Nancy Little, Secretary, examine the lighting systems in the new auditorium.
Cathy Beck and Sadie Griffin display their gymnastic talents in "The
Trip nhich was presented at the Harvest Festival.
Lynn Ezell, Prer.
Patty Carter, IJ! V.P.
Debbie jones, 2 d V.P.
Hope Kren, Ser.
Jeanie Cloar, Treax.
Donna Paxton, Rep.
Sandi Coffman adds finishing touches to Mrs. B1-eeding's door, decorated for
the door contest, as Lynn Ezell and Jeanie Cloar watch.
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Paxton, Reporterg Patty Carter, First Vice-Presidentg and Jeanie Cloar, Treasurer, decorate the new art room.
Art Club Expands Membershzp
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With membership in the Art Club this year
open to any MHS student interested in art, the
club has been able to expand its number of mem-
bers and activities. A trip to Dulin Gallery for
an "Op Art" show, followed by the annual ex-
cursion to the Craftsman's Fair in Gatlinburg,
began the school year. At the Harvest Festival the
Art Club presented students with "The Trip", a
psychedelic panorama of sights and sounds which
was presented again in the spring. The concen-
trated effort and artistic ability of members in the
decoration of Mrs. Breeding's door tied the Art
Club for first place in the door decoration con-
test. After having selected an "Artist of the
Month" for each month of the school year, the
Art Club selected an "Artist of the Year" at a
tea and reception in May. All of the artists were
given a chance to exhibit their work at that time.
Front row: V. Kinser, P. Dyer, B. Depew, D. Cohen, E. Smith, S. Bellamy, B. Brock, P. Harris, D. Greene, K. Jones, B. Roberts, K. McClure. Second row:
J. Fuller, C. McLain, D. Lampkin, A. Fain, L. Rucker, D. Parkey, P. Carter, B. Jett, B. King, C. Purkey, B. Pilcher, M. Smith. Tlmd row: D. Douglas,
S. Hipshire, L. Spears, S. Watson, M. Shaver, S. Ball, B. Lowery, K. Bradley, D. Winstead, W. Hicks, J. Austin. Back row: S. Nifong, K. Potter,
J. Hodge, D. McKemy, C. Manning, C. Oakes, G. Douthat, D. Long, R. Harrell, B. Wisecarver.
Front row: J. Widener, D. Noe, P. Graves, C. Rhodes, H. Kren, A. Nichols, L. Bible, N. Noe, M. Johns, P. Minnlch, B. Delaney, Miss Grace Catron,
Sponsor. Second row: M. Moore, W. Overholt, R. Collins, J. Cloar, D. Jones, C. Lee, S. McClaran, R. Marcum, V. Kington, P. Livesay, M. Edwards, J.'
Thompson. Third row: D. Beck, S. Miller, J. Winstead, S. Pendergrass, L. Rines, F. Folsom, L. Smith, S. Sawyer, E. Tuttle, M. Campbell, S. Mitchell.
Bork row: T. Denton, J. Huguenard, C. Ellison, V. Watson, S. Yount, D. Smith, A. Mills, L. Johnson, J. Beets, D. Beier, D. Toon, D. Greene.
Members of the Junior Classical League
have increased their knowledge of Roman
life through a study of the ancient Roman
customs. While translating selections into
Latin or English, the students not only in-
crease their speed and ability but also dis-
cover many important facts about the ruins,
art, and artifacts of Rome. Students of Latin
realize that conjugating, declining, and learn-
ing vocabulary words are the basic principles
to be mastered, nevertheless, interested Latin
students seek an understanding of the people
who once spoke the language. Often students
work together making drawings and sketches
of people and important buildings and places
of ancient Rome which are shared with the
other Latin students. Many other students
work on various other projects. With the
aid of the Latin teachers and fellow class-
mates, everyone is given an opportunity to
understand the Latin language.
Roman Lje and Customs
Miss Grace Catron, Sponsor, tells Hope Kren, Secretaryg Libby Bible, Beautification Queen Candidateg
Alvin Nichols, President, Virginia Feeney, Treasurer, Kathy Hurst, Vice-President, and Miss
Aileen Catron, Sponsor, that they should begin their day with Latin.
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Front raw: V. Miller, V. Carson, B. Roberts, C. Rowlett, P. Harrell, D. Lucas, E. Brock, S. Harville, Miss Aileen Catton, Sponsor. Second row: O.
Inman, L. Haney, A. Haggerty, J. Rhea, W. Gab, W. Claiborne, P. Woody, V. Feeney, J. Hardy. Third row: J. Richardson, J. Cox, R. Glenn, K.
Deneau, H. Kilgore, P. Treece, L. Murray, K. Pack. Bark raw: M. Jones, T. Richards, S. Allen, E. Helton, D. Miller, M. Taber, W. Gooch, S.
Grigsby, D. Lee.
Spanish Club Promotes 'CBuena Voluntaaw
David Gjedde and Mary Paddon urge a willing customer to try his luck with the darts.
Once again Spanish students were given the op-
portunities to live in the atmosphere they had studied
about and to speak a language different from their
own. In the latter part of June, 1967, six members of
the Spanish Club and Mrs. Elisa Brown, the club
sponsor, journeyed to Saltillo, Mexico. While there,
the members attended classes on Spanish grammar and
enjoyed the companionship of a Mexican tutor who
familarized them with the Mexican customs and tra-
ditions. The two week visit in Mexico proved to be
Spanish Club members were quite active in all
school activities. The dart booth sponsored by the
Spanish Club at the Harvest Festival proved to be a
big success. Members of the Spanish Club excellently
decorated Mrs, Brown's door for the Christmas door
Because of the success of last year's spaghetti supper,
the club sponsored a second dinner this spring. On
February 17, Spanish students and German students
joined together for a Spanish-German Club dance.
David Gjedde, Presidentg Sandra Williams, Secretary, Carolyn Pratt, Beautification Queen Candiclateg Angela Cash, Vice-Presidentg and Shari Farris,
Treasurer, seek an understanding of Spanish History with the aid of Mrs. Brown, Sponsor.
Billie Cardwell, Shirley Drake, Mary Paddon Carolyn
Caldwell, Jan Beets, and janet Williams reminisce the good
times they had in Mexico.
Mike Buckner, Mary Guertin, Chris Chandler, Debbie Guertin, Miss Cynthia Trobaugh, and John Beets investigate a few of the many names and
places they will see in Germany while visiting there in the summer.
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Tommy Folsom, V.P.
jackie Parker, Sec.
Chris Chandler, Tree:
Larry Hurst, Rep.
Although it is a newly-formed organization, the
German Club has been very active in school and
community activities. The membership is composed
of high school students taking German this year.
Miss Cynthia Trobaugh, who teaches German, is the
It has been the club members' purpose to create
a greater interest in Germany and German culture.
In order to carry out this purpose, the members have
enjoyed a German speaker and several guests from
Germany. Also, in order to create an even greater
understanding of German life, members undertook the
task of learning a German polka as well as sponsoring
their own German dance. An atmosphere of hay and
pitchforks in a barn belonging to one of the members
of the club made the event even more realistic.
In the summer of 1968, several members of the
club will make a trip to Germany, where they will
spend six weeks doing further study in the German
language and culture.
German Club members are also interested in their
own community. As a community project as well as a
school clean-up project, members of the German
Club cleaned and repaired the Rose School playground.
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Sponsorg Cheryl Helton, Beautification Queen Canclidateg Jackie Parker, Secretaryg Tommy
Folsom, Vice-Presidentg Chris Chandler, Treasurer, and Bill Adams, President.
Jack Hayter gives strict instruction to Tommy Folsom, Earlene Cox, Debbie Guertin, and Mary Guertin as they clean and
repair the Rose School playground.
Rea' Cross Council Advocates Service
Tim Duby, Prer.
Kate Haggerty, V.P.
Mary Guertin, er.
jimmy Maden, Trear. Carolyn Caldwell
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Members of FHA II, Sally Lacy, Becky Noe, Alicia Drinnon, Judy Welch, Judy
Heck, Pat Epps, Alice Hill, Linda Britton, and Mary Paddon aid the Red Cross
Council by packing and wrapping Christmas gifts for Vietnam.
Undertaking the tremendous task of prepar-
ing a "Christmas" for servicemen in Vietnam,
able Red Cross Council members completed a
successful drive for gifts and money. All stu-
dents brought money and items, such as playing
cards, paperback books, and candy. The senior
class contributed to a special fund for the pur-
chase of cigarettes through the cooperation of
the R. Reynolds Tobacco Company. A total
of 3121.08 was collected in the familiar iron
pots placed in the halls to be used for the pur-
chase of the cigarettes. The drive was culminated
by a televised presentation at the V.F.W. in
which the wrapped gifts were turned over to
the V.F.W. officers to be flown by the Air
National Guard to Vietnam. At the same time,
money and clothing were collected to be sent
to the children of Greene Valley.
Other activities were carried out for the bene-
fit of Morristown-Hamblen Hospital, Doctors
Hospital, and Hamblen Hall. One of these proj-
ects took place at Easter when members delivered
special Easter favors to hospital patients.
Mrs. C. Walker, Pam Trobaugh, Sally Lacy, Mayor john D. Henderson,
Mrs. W. Thomas, Henry Black, Tim Duby, Dr. Carl T. Vance, Mrs. J. K.
jones, Mr. jack Pemberton, Rusty Sentelle, and Mrs. Henry Black were
present when the Red Cross Council donated gifts to the V.F.W. for
Kate Haggerty, Tom Bivens, Pam Trobaugh, Susan Fields, Tim Duby,
Mrs. jones, Sponsor, Donna Mullendore, Rusty Sentelle, Patricia Hodge,
and Barbara Ford encouraged all students to give money for Greene
Mary Guertin, Secretary, Kate Haggerty, Vice-Presidentg Miss Judith Bible, Sponsorg Mrs. John K. jones, Sponsor, Mr. William Osbome, Sponsor:
jimmy Maden, Treasurer, Tim Duby, President, Chris Chandler, Reporterg and Debbie Travis, Beautification Queen Candidate, total the results of
the school-wide Red Cross Drive held on February 15 for overseas relief.
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opportunity to teach in Mr. Brown's American History class.
Future Teachersfl ckn0wledgeEducati0n Week
Membership in the FTA both presents students with
valuable insight into the complex world of teaching
and also gives them an opportunity to become a part
of this teaching world through club activities. After a
week-long membership drive in the fall, the FTA
held a "get acquainted" tea for old and new members.
The Future Teachers acknowledged American Educa-
tion Week by holding a tea for the teachers and pre-
senting them with pencils.
During the weeks before Halloween, members
raised funds by selling Halloween insurance to all
interested buyers and, in November, by operating an
ice cream and candy stand at the Harvest Festival.
With a thought for their community, members col-
lected money for the new Hamblen County Library.
Before Christmas, Future Teachers participated in
the door decoration contest, sent cards to patients at
Hamblen Hospital, and collected food for Christmas
Members also attended the Future Teachers' Con-
vention at George Peabody College in Nashville in
April. There they participated in clinics and met
with other Future Teachers from throughout Ten-
Nancy Seal, jackie Turner, and Richard Carter stop for candy and ice cream at the
Future Teachers' refreshment stand at the Harvest Festival.
TlHE T0 DECIDE
Debbie Travis, Secretary of Future Teachers, presents Mrs. Rutherford, Sponsor, with an apple
as Becky Allen, Parliamentariang Pat Hodge, Vice-President, Sandy Williams, Reporterg Anne
Brittain, Treasurerg and Becky Johns, President, look on.
Library Club Assists in Organizing
Maintenance of the Morristown High School Library
i is a formidable task for any group, but Library Club
members have done an excellent job of carrying out
the various library activities. The librarians, Mrs. Cupp
and Mrs. Brown, and the club members were greatly
handicapped for the first portion of the year due to the
renovation of the library. After the Christmas holidays,
members began moving the library facilities from the
auditorium, where previously materials had been stored,
into the remodeled and expanded library. A good many
man-hours were spent unpacking the books, dusting them,
and placing them on the right shelves.
Each. second and fourth Wednesday of every month,
the Library Club holds its regular meetings to discuss
club projects, Among the first projects was entering a
Ringtoss and Lemon-Roll booth in the Harvest Festival
in November. Club members added to the Christmas
spirit of the school with a tree and lovely Christmas dec-
orations in the library. Two other activities included
cleaning Harrell Park and enjoying a club picnic.
Terry Pierce, Dexter Blakeley, and Kenny Brooks, and Mrs. Brown watch as Mrs.
Cupp prepares some of the new audio visual materials for use.
Janice Bewley, Pru.
Brenda Holt, V.P.
Janice Pittman, Sec.
Nancy Collins, Tren:
Sue Shepard, Rep.
Patsy Bradley, Sent.
Georgia Fowler, Sent.
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Brenda Holt, Vice-President, leads a discussion on the library's selection of paperback books as Patsy Bradley, Sentinelg Janice Pittman,
Secretary, Sue Shepard, Reporter, and Nancy Collins, Treasurerg look on.
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Buttry, and Candy Cosson, find that working in the library means work for all.
Pep Club Generates School Spzrzt
Working out the many details of Homecoming dec-
srations was one of the biggest projects assumed by
he spirited Pep Club. Members decorated the stadium
with crepe paper and prepared boxes of helitun-filled
balloons which were released before the Homecoming
fame started. A model football stadium, complete with
layers and Hurricane, was displayed in the office
uring Homecoming week. Pep Club members created
nterest during the football season by making signs for
:he Players of the Week. Other members served on the
asketball Homecoming Committee and made signs
hich generated spirit among students with their
:olorful slogans and illustrations while the basketball
season was in progress.
Participating in the Harvest Festival, the Pep Club
operated the Tangerine Lounge, which provided mu-
sic and entertainment for the students. During Febru-
rry, the Pep Club supervised the choice of elementary
school cheerleaders. Carrying out their plans to create
nore interest in basketball and track, they made use
of appropriate signs and decorations. Participation in
:he door decoration contest was one of the Pep Club's
Doris Edmonds, Presidentg Bobby Marcum, Vice-Presidentg and Debbie Rouse Secre
tary and Treasurer, make plans for improving school spirit
arlene Austin, Tommy Folsom, Francie Folsom, Doris Edmonds, and Rusty Sentelle concentrate on finishing one of the many Pep Club signs
Bowling League Encourages Seflmprovement
Bowling League members find a different
spirit of competition through bowling, a sport
enjoyed by many people. Competing with each
other as well as challenging one's own ability
builds the character and leadership of the League
members. In order that all members might par-
ticipate each week, the meeting date was changed
this year from 4:00 P. M. Monday to 4:00 P. M.
Tuesday. The site of the League competition is
the West End Lanes.
School activities have also challenged Bowling
League members. For their annual club clean-up
project, members vigorously cleaned the school's
main office, the smaller inner office, and Mr.
Pemberton's office. On November ll, the Bowl-
ing League entered a booth in the annual Harvest
Festival held in the Talley-Ward Building.
Mrs. L. M. Williams, Sponsor, gives tips on keeping
score to Sue Harmon, President, Kathy Hill, Secretary
and Treasurerg and Betty Farmer, Vice-President.
Putting their talents to work in the main office are Earlene Cox, Sue Harmon, Nancy
Collins, Terry Ferguson, and Nancy Witherell.
Sec. and Trear.
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O fee Assistants Per arm Indispensable Jobs
The offices of Morristown High School are the center
of activity each school day. Due to the indispensable work
of forty-five capable assistants in the different offices,
many office responsibilities are completed with efficiency
The main office requires many extra office girls who
assist the administration and the administrative secretaries
in many ways. jobs performed by the girls include col-
lecting absentee slips, delivering messages, and assisting
Mrs. Carter and Mrs. Gratz.
The school bookstore is constantly buzzing with activity
as students continually come to buy needed school supplies.
The office girls who assist Mr. Weesner have the important
responsibility of handling and selling these supplies.
Mrs. Thompsorfs office girls are in charge of distribut-
ing the daily absentee report to the teachers. Guidance
office workers run errands and assist Mrs. Stambaugh,
Mrs. Goddard, and Mr. Pearson in many other ways.
Efficient office assistants are Jackie Parker, Debbie Shockley, Lynne Ann
Debbie Rouse, Gayle Hickey, Becky Patrick, Sue Harmon, Earlene Cox, jane Litz,
Jeannine Thompson, Dianne Brabston, Judy Harville, Susie Reynolds, Dianne
Breeding, Evelyn Kimbrough, Rita jarnigan, Charlotte Burchett, Barbara Harrison,
Wanda Smith, and Patricia Hodge.
fabovej Janice Bewley, Betty Hill, Sherlene Banner, and Delores
Bales work together to get the absentee report to the teachers each
Ibelowj jan Hileman, Linda Minnich, Mary Vfarner, Barbara
Holt, and Judy Stubblefield, Guidance office assistants, listen as
Mrs. Taylor gives instructions.
Smiling bookstore assistants are Diana Hurst, Betty Farmer, Sherry Harville, Shari
Farris, Betty Collins, Debbie Travis, Barbara Stephenson, Anne Brittain, Peggy
Douglas, jane -lessee, and Becky Allen.
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uckner, David Toon, Donnie Sams, Mike Goin. Second row: Eddie Payne, Bobby Bacon, Gary Ryan, Steve Watkins, Randall Irwin, john Hall, Bill
dams, Mike Sexton, Doug Beier, Benny Denton, Tommy Laughters. Third row: Chuck Mathews, Kenny Rucker, Gregory Love, Ronnie Cline, Ron
ardin, Walter Bragg, Bobby Marcum, Billy Horton, Chuck Hicks, Richard Carter, Mike Purkey, Steve Carpenter. Back row: Billy Shockley, Mike
aughters, Terry Ball, james Carper, Allan Jones, Ricky Harrell, john Baxter, Jim Nichols, Bobby Inman, Nick Francis, Leslie Toon, Eddie Price.
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Knox East . . . . . 25 6
Johnson City .. . 7 21
Kingsport . . . . 14 15
Newport . . . . '. 34 12
Knox Young . . . . 21 6
Greeneville . . . . . 19 12
Jefferson City . . .. 53 6
Bristol ...... . . 27 13
Elizabethton . . . . . 15 7
Erwin ....... . . 26 19
Knox Fulton . .. . . . . 6 27
Eddie Price 1255 plunges for the winning touchdown to defeat
Hurricanes Compete in 196 ptimist Bowl
Benny Denton f60J, jim Nichols 1882, and john Baxter 1871 surround a Eddie Price plunges over the goal line for the lone MHS touchdowgl
Fulton ball carrier. 1
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Honored guests attending the annual football banquet were: Mr. E. B. Fisher, Coach Burleigh Davis and Mrs. Davis, U-T Coach Doug Dickey l
Mrs. Dickey, Mrs. H. L. Reitz and Mr. H. L. Reitz.
Cheerleaders: Paula Cappsg Barbara Lowry, Captaing Debbie Shockleyg Sandi Raderg Barbara Fordg Janet Johnsong Rose Holtg Patricia Ren-
nerg Becky Graham.
Football coaches Anthony Eckel, Raymond Williams, Don McDonald, Burleigh Davis, james Saulsbury, and Dale Chrisman discuss plans and
strategy of future games.
SENIOR LETTERMEN Mike Laughters, Allan Jones, Bobby Inman, Billy Adams, Bobby Marcum, Billy Horton, Leslie Toon, Steve Watkins, Eddie
Price, Randall Irwin, john Baxter, Richard Carter, Chuck Hicks, john Hall, Mike Purkey, and Billy Shockley are caught before leaving for a game.
Seniors Display Leadershzp
BILLY HORTON 99552. Because of his
fine play all year, Billy was awarded
Player of the Week in the Kingsport
game, All-Conference, All-East Tennes-
see team and was also elected captain of
his team. ' i
JOHN HALL 99940. john was named
Player of the Week for his fine play at
the jefferson City game and was elected
to the All-Conference team. John was
elected Most Valuable Player by his
BILLY ADAMS 95921. Billy has been a
true asset to the team playing many posi-
MIKE LAUGHTERS 414. Mike dist
played good speed and agility althougl
he was hampered by injuries part of the
year. Mike was an experienced yardage
RICHARD CARTER 95562. Richard, 1
solid defensive player, achieved Player 0.
the Week honors at the Greenevillc
game. As a fine guard he could oper
holes in the opponent's line.
BOBBY MARCUM 96416. Filling the
signal-caller position, Bobby earner
Player of the Week honor in the john
son City game. His attitude toward will
ning proved inspirational to the tean
JOHN BAXTER 98987. Latching onto
the ball often, "Big john" earned Play-
er of the Week for the Bristol game.
He showed team spirit through the year.
BILLY SHOCKLEY 5955. As a hard-
hitting 'pIayer, Billy could be called on
whenever he was needed to give the
Hurricanes a boost.
ALLAN JONES -15583. Because of his
size, Allan was able to fill several posi-
tions. He was honored as Player of the
Week for the Knox Young game and
TEVE WATKINS 54910. Although
teve was hampered with injuries dur-
'ng the season, he was a credit and in-
to his team. For his perform-
during high school, he was given
Athletic Boosters Award.
IRWIN 94443. Player of the
for the Knox East game went to
for his fine effort and work.
has shown desire and enthusiasm
15925. Eddie "The Bull-
was a hard runner who came up
yardage when it was needed. Eddie
filled the position of fullbadc with
desire to win.
was elected to the All-Conference, All-
East Tennessee and All-State teams.
BOBBY INMAN 437. Bobby
Ihas proved to be a success at any
Eosition he plays. He has played
hard-hitting season for the Hur-
CHUCK HICKS 1961. Chuck,
an experienced worker, has
shown his capability in playing
for the Hurricanes. Chuck has
been a fine defensive player
throughout the season.
MIKE PURKEY 1F70. Player of
the Week for the Erwin game
went to Mike along with All-
Conference honors. Mike- has
kept the team's spirit up through-
out the season.
LESLIE TOON 4471. Desiring to
excel, Leslie proved to be one
of the most dependable offensive
blockers of the team. Leslie was
significant in the "Hurricane
Freshmen Train or the Future
Front row: Danny Starnes, Mike Carpenter, joe Swann, Reese Conway, Mike Minnich, Sandy Holt, james Copeland, Mike Tiller, james Thoma:
Serand row: Walter Trent, Eddie Kilgore, Rusty Fisher, Wayne Sanders, john Rice, Mike Wise, Don Kirk, Jeff Greene, jay Pemberton. Third rou
Coach Chrisman, David Beckner, Marshall Mills, Carter Davis, Steve Allen, Marvin Wilder, john Treece, Dennis Dietrich.
Opponent We They
Knox Central . . . . . 38 7
Sevierville ...... . . . 21 7
North jr. High . . . ... 31 0
Ross Robinson . . . . . . 27 12
South jr. High .. .. 7 13
Newport .... . . . 34 0
Greeneville . . . . . 32 6
Sevierville .... . . . 26 7
Managers Terry Edmonds, Mike Caudill, and Mike Shuck,
along with trainers Jackie Hayter and Tommy Folsom are
always ready to give a helping hand.
Front row: Mike Smith, Bruce Fields, Steve Gudis, Jay Pemberton, David Toon, Larry Dalton, Lance Cowan. Second row: Carter Oakes, Mike
Goins, Carter Davis, Billy Sams, Ricky Harrell, James Carper, Mike Buckner, james Thomas, Walter Trent.
Wrestling Team Is rganized
An addition to the sports competition at Morris-
town High School is the newly-organized wrestling
team. Coaches who worked diligently with the new
organization were Mr. james Saulsbury and Mr. Dale
Uniforms, with orange shorts, black tights and
tops, were ordered. With team enthusiasm growing,
this new addition at Morristown High will hopefully
expand and will become 11 popular athletic event.
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against the Kingsport center.
Stanley Wallace 1141 gets the ball on the fast break to score two points against
Hurricanes Repeat as District Champs
The Morristown Hurricanes, with an excellent showing dur-
ing the first half of the season, won six of their first nine
games. Two of these victories were over Big Seven foes, Greene-
ville and Erwin. Two of the losses were to conference teams,
Kingsport and Bristol. The only other two losses, both by close
margins, came at the hands of Sevierville and Gatlinburg-
During the Christmas Holidays, MHS traveled to McMinn
County to participate in the Holiday Tournament held there.
The first night proved successful as the Big Orange rolled past
McMinn County. In the next night's action, Morristown battled
to a victory over McMinn Central.
Competing in the Morristown Invitational, the Hurricanes de-
feated Hancock and Sevierville. Losing to Bulls Gap, MHS
captured second place. Selected on the All-Tournament team
were Hugh Clement and Victor Brown.
' As the remainder of the season started, the Hurricanes fin-
ished the regular season play with six wins as opposed to eight
losses. This completed Morristown's basketball season with
15 wins and 13 losses. The Big Seven Conference record re-
vealed five wins and seven losses.
The Hurricanes won four ga.mes to capture the District
IV crown for the second consecutive year. They then par-
ticipated in the Regional I play at Kingsport where they beat
Bulls Gap before losing an overtime battle to Cloudland.
Coach Eckel and Coach Vaughn listen as Head Coach Quarles explains new
rules and regulations of the TSSAA.
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Opponent W' e They
Hancock ... .. . 75 46
Hancock ..... . . . 52 50
Rush Strong .... .... 6 7 52
Sevier County .... . . . 45 47
Kingsport ...... .... 5 4 65
Bristol ...... . . . 48 63
Erwin ....... . . . 65 51
Greeneville . . . . . 55 47
hfaury ........... . . . 56 37
Gatlinburg-Pittman . . . . . . 78 79
McMinn County . . . . . . 67 65
McMinn Central . . . . . . 59 53
johnson City .... .... 4 7 65
Rutledge ...... . . . 51 55
Elizabethtori . . . .... 71 54
Bristol .... .... 6 0 70
Kingsport . . . . . . 46 48
Erwin ...... . . . 75 66
Elizahethton . . . . . . 50 56
Maury ...... . . . 54 49
Hancock ...... . . . 79 54
Sevier County . . . . . . 57 44
Bulls Gap ..... .,.. 5 6 64
Greeneville .... . . . 61 51
Sevier County .... . . . 42 44
Johnson City . . . . . . 52 70
Rutledge ......... . . . 66 57 y
Gatlinburg-Pittman . . . . . . 64 86 '
Rush Strong ..... .... 5 9 58 Hugh Clement listens intently to Coach Quarles' instructions.
Washburn . . . . . . 78 54
Rutledge .... . . . 62 50
Hancock ...... . . . 73 50
Sevier County . . . . . . 55 47
Bulls Gap ..... . . . 55 47
Clouclland ... .. .. .. .. 71 76
Kneeling: Coach Vaughn and Coach Quarles. Standing: Terry Murray, Managerg Lynn Breeding, Doug Hamilton, Terry Ball, Hugh Clement, Buddy Ridley
Victor Brown, Bill Wisecawer, Arnie Bivens, Keith Breeding, Stanley Wallalce, Wzlrreim Gouch, Manager.
The five seniors of the Hurri-
canes supplied the experience need-
ed on the varsity team. Hugh Cle-
ment and Victor Brown, co-cap-
tains, provided the scoring in tight
spots. Doug Hamilton, Stanley Wal-
lace, and Lynn Breeding gave
their talent for driving and steal-
ing the ball from opponents. Hugh
Clement and Victor Brown were
chosen to the All-District Team
for their fine play. Hugh Clement
was also elected to the All-Re-
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Kingsport . .
Bristol . . .
lohnson City .
lizabethton . .
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Second ln Bulls Gap Invztatzonal
From row: Bobby Williams Coach Vaughn Wayne Clement Serond row Roger Brown Eric Brown Sonny Cam Dennis Ely Tracy Rouse David
Helton, Duane Oyer Byron Poust Eddie Mayes Dene Reagan
1967-68 Freshman Record
Opponent We They
Sevierville .... .. 55 55
Jefferson ........ .. 35 49
North Jr. High . .. .. 24 49
Sevierville ...... .. 49 35
Parrottsville . . . . . 38 45
Greeneville . . . . . 41 44
Newport .... .. 42 44
Erwin . . . . . 39 48
Newport .. .. 37 65
Newport .... .. 32 26
4 Jefferson .... . . 54 40i
Mayor John D. Henderson congratulates the 1968 Basketball Queen Barbara Lowry escorted i
Barbara Lowry Chosen Basketball ueen l
Front rouf: Phil Kirlcpatrick, .Ieff Kiser, Mike Smith, Coach Anthony Eckel, Frank Parker, Bobby Ewing, Dovle Wallace. Second row: jackie Free, Doug
Rouse, Richard Patrick, Darwin Shockley, Gary Johnson, Marshall Ruffner, Sammy Price, joe Collins, johnny Gregg, Frank Little, David Hansard.
Hurricanettes Attend State Tournament
Kneeling: Lynn McClure, Becke Patrick, and Paula Southerland. Stfzrniings Patricia Graves, Ruby Lowe, Jeanie McKinney, Susan Cosson, Sandra Odom,
Gayle Hickey, Brenda Jett, jackie Parker, Kenny Pack, Shelley Pendergrass, and Glenda Strange.
The MHS Hurricanettes climaxed their season with 18 wins
and 7 losses. In the middle of the season, our girls had 12 wins
and only 1 loss. Due to this fine record, they were rated among
the top ten teams in East Tennessee. Midway in the season
they fell into a slump as they lost three consecutive district
Our girls defeated Maury this year, which was the first time
in six years Maury had been beaten by a District IV team.
Two other important victories were over highly rated Sevier-
ville and Gatlinburg-Pittman. In the Morristown Invitational
Tournament, the girls defeated Hancock, only to lose a close
encounter to Sevierville in overtime. Lynn McClure, Brenda
jett, and Glenda Strange were chosen to the All-Tournament
Team. They were also elected to the All'District Team. Coach
Bill Keezel was chosen unanimously as "Coach of the Year"
by his fellow district coaches.
After taking third place in the District IV Tournament,
the Hurricanettes advanced to the Regional Tournament where
they captured second place. Our girls then traveled to Jack-
son where they participated in the State Tournament-the
first time for an MHS team.
Becke Patrick C151 starts action in the Maury game as she controls the
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Forward Forward Forward
Seniors Pace MHS Ojfensivebf
Hancock . . .
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Sevier County . . .
West Greene ....
West Greene . ..
Parrotsville . . .
South Greene ..
Catholic . . .
Rush Strong ....
Sevier County ..
Cocke County . .
South Greene ....
Sevier County ..
White Pine . . .
Rush Strong ....
The MHS offense is set as Paula Southerland G31 and a Seviezville player go high for
the jump ball.
B-Team Girls Have Triumphant Season
Kneeling: Sandra Hopson and Gail Davis. Standing: Susan Keezel, Managerg Gail 'Leabow, Karen McClure, Becky King, Kathy Davison, Debbie Mart,
Beth Roberts, Gwen Beier, Gail King, Becky Jo Roberts, and Twana Claborn, Manager.
1967-68 Girls' B-Team
Coach Keezel assists girls' managers jan Beets and Deanie McKinney.
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The tip-off puts the Hurricanettes in motion against Gatlinburg
Track Team Sets New Conference Record
Bill Adams, Jim Nichols, and Ronnie Beene display perfect form in the high jump, the discus throw, and the cross country run.
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Fronl row: Albert Thomas, Albert Winstead, John Hall, Robert Birchfield, David jones. Second row: Phil McMahan, Steve Shockley, Don-nie Beene,
Ronnie Beene, Lanny Minton, Alvin Mallicoat, Stan johnson. Third row: Coach Don McDonald, Richard Hilten, Nick Francis, Jim Nichols, johnny Dean,
Gary Wemlinger, Mike Laughters, Gary Black, Wayne Dailey. Bark row: Robert Kyle, Bill Adams, Bobby Marcum, David Brooks, Dorman Higgins
Willie Miller, Ronnie Harrold.
Our Track team has succeeded in
establishing an enviable winning tradi-
tion. Whether competing in a relay,
Ap high jump, pole vault, or discus throw,
J the members always give their best
In dual competition meets last spring,
the Track team defeated Oak Ridge,
Knox Central, Knox South, and Johnson
City. Only Webb High School was able
to hold the Hurricanes to a tie. Ratings
in the Big Seven Conference revealed
that the Hurricanes finished in third
The two-mile relay team broke the
school and the Big Seven Conference
records with a time of 8:1114 at the
Newt-Sentinel Relays in Knoxville.
6 Ronnie Beene, David Brooks, Bobby Marcum, and
,Mn M ,,,, Donnie Beene are the members of the two-mile
' 7- re 1 Q., W relay team.
Cross Country Places Fourth in State Meet
Distinguishing features between
track team and a cross country team
eveal that competing in cross coun-
ry events requires not only speed,
ut also plenty of endurance. The
urricane runners demonstrated
heir proficiency in track by achiev-
ng many honors.
y Competing in Kingsport on No-
vember 2, they placed second in the
lBig Seven Conference. Traveling to
johnson City, they took second posi-
tion in the Regional Meet, The
MHS Cross Country team then com-
ted in the State Track meet in
ashville, November 18. There the
members captured the number four
spot in the state.
Front row: Ronnie Beene, Steve Shockley, Richard Hilten, Albert Thomas, Phillip DeVault, James
Gibson, Donnie Beene. Bark row: Coach McDonald, Stanford Treece, David Brooks, David Smith,
Carl Storms, Gary Black, Brent Arnold.
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Left to rigbl: Joe Whiteside, Larry Collins, Philip Reitz, Bill Horton.
GOQF Team Places Second in Region I
Billy Horton and'Daisy relax as Larry Collins tallies the score of their golf match.
Although getting off to a slow start, the
MHS Golf Team won three of their four matches.
During the season, the team lost only one match
to Rogersville. Our golfers went to the Regional
Tournament, where they placed in second posi-
tion. Sponsor Anthony Eckel, along with the
professional guidance of Fred Brown, gave valu-
able assistance to the 1967 MHS Golf Team.
Representing the 1967 Hurricane Golf Team
in the State Tournament was golfer Bobby Bray.
Bobby is now attending the University of Ten-
nessee on the first golf scholarship given to a
graduate of Morristown High School. The stu-
dents of MHS are very proud of the achievement
of the entire golf team.
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Although the 1967 baseball record didn't show
all victories, the worn leather on the gloves and
the broken bats proved that the Hurricanes played
each game with the desire to win.
Beginning the season with three very con-
vincing wins, another seemingly great season be-
gan for Coach Keezel and his team. However,
there was then a prolonged slump as the Hurri-
canes lost four consecutive Big Seven Conference
games. During the last eight games, Morristown
managed to win only two Big Seven encounters.
Competing in the District Tournament, the team
was defeated by Rutledge in a very close game.
Coach Vlilliam B. Keezel and Baseball Sweetheart
Lynn Cosson admire the trophies won by previous
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Gatlinburg-Pittman . . . , , 7
Maury ........... . . 7
Maury ..... , , , 26
Erwin ....... , , 3
Johnson City . . . , , , 1
Kingsport .... , , 2
Greeneville . .. , , 1
Elizabethton . . , , 4
Bristol .... , , 1
Bristol . . . , , 3
Erwin ...... , , , 3
Kingsport .... ,, 0
Elizabethton .,.. . . 2
Johnson City ........................ 2
Greeneville ........................... 3
DISTRICT II TOURNAMENT
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Team Co-Captains Doug Hamilton and Roger jarnigan discuss
former Hurricane teams and their accomplishments.
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Hurricanes Develop Sportsmanshzp
Front row: Lynn Breeding, David Edmonds, Barry Denham, Roger jarnigan, Randall Irwin, Steve Watkins, Bob Vlilliams, John Buchanan, Eric Brown.
Bark row: Darrell Long, Managerg Doug Beier, Bobby Bruce, Mike Helton, Allan Jones, Terry Sloan, Terry Ball, Doug Hamilton, Bill Adams, Bobby
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Mr. Charles H. Strange, Principal, discusses MHS regulations with a
Morristown High School is evaluated each decade by a com-
mittee from the Southern Association of Secondary Schools. How-
ever, due to the unfinished renovations of our school, the ten-
year evaluation has been postponed until next year. Nevertheless,
the faculty, which has already been divided into committees and
subcommittees, is continuing an intensive self-evaluation program.
Comprising eleven committees, the faculty express sincere opinions
on the educational program of the high school and suggest possible
changes which may improve the program. These faculty members
dedicate unselfish service and excessive time and attention in order
to find a means of challenging the excellent students and interesting
the average ones.
A favorable result from the evaluation is necessary for MHS to
remain an accredited sd1ool. Since the establishment of standards
for secondary schools has been a gradual process, the search con-
tinues for discovering favorable characteristics in an expanding
educational system and for securing a sound appraisal of Morris-
town High School.
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Mr. S. A. Cain, Assistant Principal, reaches for his daily mail
Mr. jack Pemberton, Assistant Principal, looks for a student's
fmiddlejg and Mr. Murrell Weesner. Assistant Principal, sells a
to a pupil.
The Morristown School Commission members, rilting: Hiram H. Jonesg Russell Fisher, Secretaryg Roy S. Oakesg Carl T. Vance, Superinten'
dent of Morristown City Schoolsg and Richard N. Hart. Standing: Lawrence W. Whaleng Tracy W. Prater, Jr., Chairmang Joe Q. Dougherty,
Vice-Chairmang William C. jonesg and Williain O. Helms.
Mr. Joseph Riner
Teacher's aides Mrs. Ed Taylor, Mrs. Howard Malone, Mrs. I.
Lester Cohen, and Mrs. james Gratz carry out their many duties. Mrs. Howard Litz
With the addition of four new members, the Morristown
School Commission now numbers nine members. In help-
ing to share the burden of the growing complexities of
administering the Morristown City School System, the
Commission works with the individual schools and the
Superintendent to provide regulations governing the opera-
tions and standards of the schools.
In each of the various MHS departments teachers aides
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contribute to better. teaching efficiency by performing some Mrs. James W- Crockett Mrs. Tom Frye
of the non-instructive chores of many teachers. Mrs. Frank Condef Mrs, wiuard Cane,
Fine Arts Stress
Additional storage space and display areas have made it worth-
while for the Art Department to change classrooms. Through many
activities stressing the use of various expressive media, art chal-
lenges the creative power of the students.
Under capable direction, the MHS chorus program offers active
participation to those genuinely interested in improving their
voices and learning more about choral singing. Chorus students
in the MHS Concert Choir display their vocal abilities at various
programs during the school year.
Band I and. II are offered to those students desiring to improve
and train their instrumental music abilities. During football sea-
son'Band I students perform as a marching unit at half time.
Mrs. Edwards directs as the choir sings at the 1967 ITAKHA Presentation.
Mr. Biddle prepares to play his favorite piece as Paula Southerland listens.
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Mr. Francis is always quite willing to help his students on an art project
Business Education provides Typing, Shorthand, Cleri-
cal Practice, Bookkeeping, and General Business classes
for students desiring to learn proper business and secretarial
skills for future office employment or personal use. These
courses are designed in order that students may develop
the knowledge, skills, habits, attitudes, and ideals necessary
for successful advancement in business. Capable and
interested students are also assisted in planning and
preparing for further education leading toward manage-
ment and professional business positions.
Charts, records, and filmstrips are also employed as
aids in teaching students to think quickly and clearly.
The addition of new electric ten-key adding machines
help to make teaching methods more effective.
Miss Virginia Hodges, in going through the contents of her
cabinet, finds a manual which will come i-n handy in General
"On your mark, get set, ready Mrs. Thompson seems to be saying as she sets
her stopwatch for a five-minute timed writing in one of her several Typing I classes.
Miss Virginia Hodges
Mrs. H. Evan McKinley
Mr. William P. Osborne
Mrs. Kyle Thompson
English Promotes Clear ommunications
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Mrs. Conkin tries to convince David Mason that her English book has just as many pages as his.
As her class busily labors through a test, Miss Kilgore grades a stack of daily homework papers.
Mrs. Goldfinch gives her Freshman English class a test over commonly misspelled words.
MHS provides a diversified English program,
consisting of courses and activities planned to
develop the skills of reading, writing, listening.
and speaking-all of which are essential to the
students in their personal, social, and occupationm
life. Linguistic emphasis in the classroom i:
placed on accuracy and comprehension in read
ing, clarity and fluency in speaking, and logical
arrangement and effectiveness of ideas in writing
Once again, an advanced English IV course is
being offered for the benefit of those seniors wht
plan to attend college. In the regular classes, every
effort is made to relate English to a wide range
of experiences-curricular, vocational, and social
The study of English is also enriching the live
of MHS students by providing them with ex
periences in creative expression, reading, an:
Miss Judy Bible Mrs. John R. Conkin
Mrs. Burleigh Davis MIS- L9-NC Goldffndl
Miss Leah Anne Gray Mrs. Robert L. Hilten
Miss Anna Belle
IMiss Horner knows that records are very effective teaching aids.
Mrs. john K. jones
Miss Jane Horner I
Mr, Ralph Wesley Mrs. Jasper Watkins
Driveris Education Teaches Safety
Taylor listens as Coach Chrisman explains the importance of seat belts to the class.
Changing tires, learning proper braking techniques,
turning corners, and mastering control of a moving
vehicle are a few of the learning experiences in-
volved in Driver's Education. Actual practice driving
is supplemented with classroom instruction dealing
with driver attitudes, rules of the road, maintenance of
the automobile, good pedestrian practices, and the de-
velopment of driving skill. An important function
of the program is impressing upon the student the
importance of showing courteous consideration for
other drivers and for pedestrians. The aforementioned
skills are taught with the explicit purpose of helping
pupils to learn to use automobiles safely and effi-
Mr. Dale Chrisman
Foreign Languages Inspire World Interest
Kathy Callicut! listens closely as Mrs. White explains the conjugation of a difficult French verb.
Carl Storms and Carolyn Pratt admire the lovely sarape Mrs. Brown shows to her Spanish class.
To meet the present demand among the stu-
dents for a- diversified foreign language pro-
gram, the Foreign Language Department is con-
tinually expanding to include a variety of linguis-
tic opportunities. French, a new addition to the
department this year, has been added to Latin,
Spanish, and German. Through these courses,
students are offered a chance to read, write,
speak, and understand a language other than
their own. Also, with the utilization of tape
recorders, films, and records, the languages are
related to pupils in order that they may achieve
a gradually expanding and deepening knowledge
of all cultural aspects of a foreign language.
M1-5. Rcby C, Brown Miss Aileen Catron
Miss Cynthia Trobaugh Mrs. Roger While
Miss Aileen Catron challenges an industrious Latin l
student to translate the next sentence correctly for her
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Mrs. Brummitt advises Barbara Edwards to follow the example in her math book.
Teaching Modern Mathematics this year is a curricular in-
novation of the Mathematics Department. This curricular addi-
tion, along with the other courses, provides an extension
of general and special mathematics, both of which contribute
to the present and probable future educational, vocational, and
cultural needs of the student. The Department stresses under-
standing in the fundamental process of computation, ability
in the problem-solving method of many computational situa-
tions, and insight into the basic structure of mathematics. The
curriculum includes concepts upon which scientific and techni-
cal progress may be advanced.
Coach Eckel attempts to explain that arithmetic is really very simple
Mrs. jake Brurnmitt
Mr. J. Anthony Eckel
Miss Charles Grace Hale
Mrs. james M. Phillips
Mrs. Glenn Rutherford
Mr. Alden K. Vaughn
Mrs. William H. Wilson
Extensive renovations of the library have al- T
most tripled the previous amount of space avail-
able. The remodeled area also includes an audio-
visual department with materials and equipment,
three conference rooms, and a library classroom
with a movable partition. Another welcome im-
provement is the installation of air conditioning.
In addition to the renovations, many new
materials have also been added. 'I'he new equip-
ment includes record players, projectors, an elec-
tric typewriter, four projector carts, and a hand
Mrs. Charles E. Brown MIS- Harry CUPP Mrs. Brown and Brenda Holt find that refilling the bookshelves in the newly renovated library
is a tedious, time-consuming job and welcome Mrs. Cupp's assistance in completing the task
Guidance Assists College-Bound Students l
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Services provided by the Guidance Department are
organized to give the student continuous assistance
in knowing himself as an individual, in making the
most of his abilities, in correcting limitations, and in
relating this information realistically to his needs
and potentialities. Many pupils are utilizing the
services provided by the guidance counselors and
equipment. For example, a student may enlist aid
in college selection from the College Entrance View-
deck, which was purchased this year, as were the
new filmstrips. Hurst and Jane Litz.
Mrs. Goddard explains the use of the College Entrance
which is a new feature of the Guidance Department, to
Physical Education ana' Health
. hile discussing mental health, Mr. Saulsbury asks the class a ques-
Health Education at Morristown High is required of all
eniors for graduation. The course promotes the development
f knowledge, attitudes, and practices necessary to meet
resent and future health needs.
In Physical Education, students are encouraged to develop
oordination, strength, skill, and endurance through partici-
ation in various activities, including calisthenics, tumbling,
olleyball, soccer, basketball, softball, and table tennis. Each
lass session lasts one hour and meets from two to three times
week. Students are required' to take at least three years of
Mr. Burleigh Davis
Mr. Bob Rader
Mr. james W.
na'ustrial A rts ana' C 0-op Provide Experience
Mechanical drawing and machine shop constitute Industrial Arts. Some of the
ills taught in machine shop include shop math, blueprint reading, and recognizing
e characteristics of metals. During the two-year course, the boys spend three hours
ch school day learning to operate milling machines, lathes, and drill pressesg
ning to use the shaperg and learning to do welding.
A co-operative work-study program is available to students desiring both voca-
onal training and a high school diploma. Several students work at the local news-
lper offices and hospitals.
rfr. Glennon Brown confers with Co-op student Aurellia Treece about her progress in the
Mr. Glennon Brown Mr- Don McDonald
Mr. 0'Neill Quarles
To guide students in understanding the institutions
and organizations of society and man's behavior as a
result of influential economic, governmental, politi-
cal, and social systems is the objective of our Social
From principles of history, economics, geography,
sociology, and psychology, knowledge and ability for
effective citizenship are acquired. The program instills
within the student individual appreciation for the
American heritage and the attitudes and conceptions
that perpetuate a sound democracy. In order to apply
them to the present and future, emphasis is placed
on the rights and responsibilities learned from the
Glfography students find that Mrs. Roark is right-Bogota really is in the Western Hemis
Social Studies Advances
Mr. Charles E. Brown
Miss G1-are Catmn Miss Martha Lou Coile Mr. William B. Keezel Mr. William J. Neill
Mr, Gene Phillips Mrs. Vernon E. Roark Mrs. Ben H. Shiner Mrs. Clarence A.
Science Department Acquires New
Another of the many renovations made this year at
MHS is the expanding of facilities in the Science De-
partment. Greatly needed chemistry and physics labs
have been fully equipped. The Department continues to
offer a four-year science curriculum, including general
cience, biology, chemistry, and physics.
Morristown High, this year, has been the location of the
ew Regional Science Experience Center from Oak Ridge.
his center is centrally located here as a distribution point
our use as well as other schools in the area. Morris-
High holds a charter membership in the center.
Mr. Easterly teaches basic principles of General Science to his
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Mr. George A. Easterly
Mr. George Keener
Mrs. James A. Nichols
Mrs. John A. Northern
Mr. James M. Phillips
Mr. Gene Quarles
Mr. Raymond Williams
Mrs. Hiram W. Wolfe
Vocational ome Economics Instzlls Basic
Typical sensory impressions emitted by the Home Economics
Department at MHS are the aroma of an apple pie baking and
the buzz of sewing machines. However, nutrition and sewing are
only a few of the many different units taught in the three-year
course. In correlating class experiences with their home life,
the girls are encouraged to utilize principles learned in a personal
health unit taught by the County Health Nurse and in the new
Red Cross Care Unit.
Mrs. L. M. DeBusk MIS- N- C- Kelley Mrs. Eugene G. Smith Mrs Smith helps Janice Pittman put the finishing touches on her
Vocational Agriculture ODFGFS Man
Vocational Agriculture emphasizes the
knowledge, skill, attitudes, and ideals de-
manded for the advancement of agricultural
occupations. After careful analysis of the
specific needs of students, a program has
been devised that uses the facilities of the
school and the resources of the community.
Mr. Denver j. Ruth
Doug Masengill watches while Mr Ruth conducts an electrical experiment creating a magnetic
Included in the renovations at Morristown
High School is the expansion of the School In-
firmary. Three attractive, well-equipped rooms
are now available to provide emergency care for
sick or injured students. A full-time nurse
whose duty is to give qualified first aid is also
in attendance during school hours. A new
counter with cabinets and a stainless steel sink,
a cot, additional first-aid supplies, and a rest-
room are only a few of the new additions to the
interior of the infirmary.
Another part of the expansion program is
the enlarging and remodeling of the School Cafe-
teria. Changes include new windows, painting,
acoustical ceiling, fluorescent lighting, and new
furniture. Many of the changes are necessary in
order for the cafeteria personnel to have ade-
quate facilities for serving students.
One of the most important school services is
the proper maintenance of the building by the
custodial staff. Their job has been made especially
difficult by the problems resulting from the in-
tensive renovations of the building. Certainly
we are, therefore, very grateful to these hard-
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afeteria personnel, prepare to serve for the third lunch period in the renovated cafeteria.
chool Services Prove to Be Valuable
Irs. Beets, the school's full time registered nurse, administers first aid
o Andrea Kilgore in the main office of the new infirmary.
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Custodians Mr. W. H. jarnigan, Mr. joe Lawson, Mr. Robert Rines, Mr. Homer
Long, and Mr. Lee Deal, under the supervision of Mr. Arthur Holder, assist in
moving books into the newly renovated library.
Senior Leadershzp Demands Maturigf
Ragena Walker, President, discusses the ac-
tivities planned for the senior class.
Jackie Ray Baker
Delores Ann Bales
Rita Sherlene Banner
John Edwards Baxter
Mark Douglas Beam
Donald Eugene Beene
Ronald Eugene Beene
Janet Eileen Beets
Elizabeth Jane Bellamy
Andrea Jean Bewley
Bill jack Adams
David Alexander Adams, jr.
David Paul Adams
Barbara jean Allen
Janice Carol Allen
Mark Taylor Anderson
Gary Flem Antrican
Dixie Doreen Arnold
Mary Gail Atkins
Janice Gentry Bewley
Kathy Irene Bible
james Thomas Bivens
julia Dianne Brabston
Robert Fort Braswell
Dow Tyrone Braziel
Lynn Ellis Breeding
Virginia Dianne Breeding
Anne Russell Brittain
Vlilliam Robert Brock
Allen Dale Brooks
Delores Anne Brooks
Rudolph Victor Brown
Dana Drew Buchanan
john Paul Buchanan
Charlotte jean Burchett
Robert Taylor Burchett
Clyde Edwin Byard
Carolyn Louise Caldwell
Patricia Sue Cameron
Billie Lucilia Cardwell
jerry Douglas Carroll
Richard Murrell Carter
Linda Helen Catron
Excitement Isfthe Theme or Senior T rqn
Merle Thomas Chamberlain
John Howard Chance, II
Brenda Kay Chapman
Robert Edward Charles, jr.
Douglas Steve Christian
Donna Loraine Clarkson
Hugh Tillman Clement, jr.
, S jack Campbell Cloar, jr.
Beatrice Talley Cobble
Johnny Ruben Cobble
Sherry Lea Coffey
Patricia Ann Cole
Robert Lawrence Collins
Steve Ross Combs
Jack Michael Compton
Warren Elliot Conway
Ronald Glenn Courtney
Earlene Patricia Cox
Lois Marie Cox
Charles William Craine
Terry Lee Crews
Patsy Lee Crigger
Carolyn Anne Cupp
Janice Kay Davis
Larry Stephen Davis
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Io Ann Dean
Sandra Eileen Dean
Brenda Kaye Delaney
Rebecca Sue Demko
Donna Marie Dennis
Sonny Wayne Denton
Cynthia Susan Dixon
Perry Lazarus Doka, Ir.
Shirley Elaine Drake
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S ' Rita johnson, Vice-President, waves good
bye as she leaves on the senior trip
Timothy Rayburn Duby
Cindy Lee Dudley
Doris Ann Edmonds
Donald Joe Edwards
Lois Faye Elkins
Lynn Marie Ezell
Althia Norene Fain
Betty Ann Farmer
Sharon Mac Farris
Terry Susan Ferguson
The Senior Term Paper Activates the
Samuel Powel Hale
john David Hall
Glenn Douglas Hamilton
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Margaret Ella Fisher
Thomas Charles Folsom
Barbara Jean Ford
George Waddel Franklin
james Edward Fuller
james Dee Fullington
David Claude Gjedde
Mary Elizabeth Goan
William Cain Goodman
Phyllis Davis Green
Carole Anne Greene
Philip Calvin Greene
Sharon Lee Greene
jerry Ernest Griffen
Donald Wayne Guice
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for the research required to write a term paper.
Mznd of an Ingenuous Student
Sue Ellen Harmon
Judy Kay Harrison
Judy Pearl Harville
Roy Gregory Harville
john Thomas Hastie
Belinda Izetta Hattaway
jerry Allen Helton
Johnny Clark Helton
Keith Monroe Henegar
Mike Charles Hicks
Janet Elaine Hileman
Betty Mearlene Hill
Kathryn Dawn Hill
Linda Lou Hill
Lloyd Gale Hinkle
Patricia Lynn Hodge
Brenda Elizabeth Holt
Rose Marie Holt
Elizabeth Anne Horner
Willimn Eugene Horton
Robert Neal Howard
Humphrey Eugene Howell
james Frank Howell, Ir.
james Charles Howerton
Phyllis Ann Howington
Preparation or College Requires Added
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Evelyn Kay Kimbrough
Kathy Sue Kimbrough
Samuel Blade King
Judy Carol Kirk
David Thomas Kiser
Maxie Gail Lakins
Herman Wright Lampkin
Michael Albert Laughters
Linda Earlene Lee
Guy Lamar Huff
Gary Lynn Hurley
Danny Ray Hurst
Diana Lynn Hurst
Larry Wade Hurst
Thomas Stratton Hurt
Richard Eugene Idell
Bobby Dean Inman
Randall Wayne Irwin
Rebecca Loretta johns
Catherine Anne johnson
Rita Jane johnson
Allan Randal Iones
Andrea Carol Kilgore
Sandra Darlene Lewis
Vickie Marcella Linkous
Nancy Elizabeth Little
jane Kathleen Litz
Darrell Lee Long
David McCoy Long, Jr.
Dorothy Carol Long
Lynn Anne Long
Goth Abra Lowe
Linda Ann Lowe
Barbara Ann Lowry
Linda Joyce McClaran
Lynn Darlene McClure
Kenneth Gale McCoig
Bill joe McDonald
Gail Noe, Treasurer, concludes that choosing a college from
the many catalogues would confuse any student.
David Lynn McFadden
Barbara Sue McKee
Eleanor Dean McKinney
Mary Lynn McKinney
Magazine Sales Provide a Valuable and
Phillip Anthony McMahan
Iona Re McNabb
William Richard Manning
Robert Lynn Marcum
Stella Lorraine Martin
Douglas Henderson Masengill, jr.
Mr. Weesner congratulates Lynn McClure, Steve Thayer, and
Carolyn Cupp on their excellent salesmanship during the
senior magazine sales.
Van Hix Masengill t
Kenneth Daryl Mays i
Cheryl Cooper Mefford
Margaret Eleanor Merhoff
Geri Ellen Miles i
Betty jean Miller
Linda Kaye Minnich
Robert Mitchell Morris
Shirley june Moss .
Sandra Faye Moyers
Projitable Experience for Seniors
Donna Marie Mullendore
William Michael NeSmith
David Lynn Noe
jerry Lee Noe
Linda Gail Noe
Pamela Arwaita Oaks
Mary Lois Oler
Dorothy jean Parkey
Patricia Faye Parrish
Rebecca Sue Patrick
Steven Edward Patrick
Margaret Ann Payne
Brenda Faye Pigmon
Charlotte Laverne Potter
Carolyn Lee Pratt
George Edward Price, Jr
Michael Eugene Price
Dan Frank Purkey
Linda Joyce Purkey
Michael Powell Purkey
Sandra Kay Rader
Patricia Ann Renner
Charles Leroy Roberts
Deborah Eugenia Rogers
Deborah Lynn Rouse
Enthusiastic Seniors Exhibit School
Patsy Sue Russell
James Edward Sauceman
Kenneth Eugene Scott
Nancy Lou Seal
Janice Smith Seals
Linda Sue Seals
Horace Nelson Sentelle
Patsy Cotter Sexton
Lois Ann Shaver
Betty Lou Shipley
nf, L. William Howard Shockley
3 it James Doyal Shoun
Michael Eugene Shuck
john Calvin Sipe, jr.
Lar Lee Skeen
"V-I-C-T-O-R-Y! That's the Senior Battlecry," is heard from seniors as they cheer the Hurricanes to victory.
Spirit through Cheering
Benjamin Fort Slabbekorn
Alice Sue Smith
Anita Cheryl Smith
Elizabeth Jennings Smith
J. Glenn Smith
Lynne Ann Smith
Wanda Gail Smith
Paula Jean Southerland
Sandra Gail Southerland
Barbara Sue Starnes
Larry Dale Stepp
Judith Ann Stubblefield
Patricia Ann Swaim
Vonda Darlene Tate
Judy Jennette Taylor
Virginia French Taylor
Sherry Valin Teague
Steve Alan Thayer
James Aaron Thompson
Jeannine Euna Thompson
Kyle Franklin Tilley
Dinah Lynn Timmins
Rachel Alice Tinsley
James Leslie Toon
Dana Jerald Travis
Feeling of Great Accomplishment
Steven Dudley Watkins
jack Steven Watson
Roger Carroll Way
Michael Lee West
Vicki Ann West
Jenece Arlene Weston
Gary Dale Whitehead
Edwin Wray Wilkinson
Edwin Max Williams
janet Louise Williams
Aurellia Louise Treece
Gary Allen Trent
Pamela Lea Trobaugh
Curtis james Turner, jr.
jacquelin Faye Turner
Gary Dean Turnmire
Cynthia B. Vance
Ragena Ann Walker
Thomas Clay Walker
Nick Remond Wallace
Stanley Rudolph Wallace
Sandra Elaine Walton
Mary Ethel Warner
Judy Kay Warren
Carroll Edward Wassum
Is Reachea' with Graduation
Judy Yvonne Williams
Nancy Diane Williams
Sandra Ann Williams
Kathryn Lynn Wisecarver
Nancy jane Witherell
Rebecca Ann Wood
Thomas Russell Wood
Robert Larry Wright
William Stephen Wright
Melissa Karen Yount
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Mr. and Mrs, Don Clarkson watch as their daughter, Venus, assists her sister, Donna,
in the preparation for MHS graduation exercises
Prom Preparation Confronts Juniors
Bledsoe, Mary jean
The Junior Class Officers: Becky Wallace, Treasurer, Larry Dalton, Vice-President, Sally
Lacy, President, Debbie Shockley, Secretary, anxiously start to decorate the gym for the 1968
Collins, Danny Ray
Juniors Excitedbf Anticzpote Completion
Kathy Flack, Richard Hilten, and Doug Glass carefully examine the future chemistry classrooms.
Mayes, Paula Sue
College-Career Night Brings Expectations
Pratt, Peggy Ann
At College-Career Night Jimmy Maden discusses with a representative the possibilities of
attending Georgia Tech.
Class Rings Symbolize Academic Achievemen
Woods, Melvin Da
Anxious juniors go through the greatly anticipated process of ordering their class rings
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Jack's is a great retreat from school life.
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Riddle, Patricia Keg
Danny Noe discovers that everything will not fit i-nto a half locker.
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Terry Ball takes a minute to prepare for his next class.
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jim Richardson, Treasurer take the lead in Freshman activities.
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Beret and David Helton campaign to Debbie Guertin during Freshman
311233, JUDY, B.A., East Tennessee State University, English
BIDDLE, WILLIAM B., B.S., M.M., Carson-Newman College,
Vandercook College, Band.
BREEDING, MRS. YATER, B.S., University of Tennessee, Art
1, II, 111.
BROWN, CHARLES E., B.S., East Tennessee State University,
American History, Advanced American History.
BROWN, MRS. CHARLES E., B.S., University of Tennessee,
BROWN, GLENNON C., B.A., M.S., Bridgewater College, Uni-
versity of Tennessee, Trade and Industrial Education.
BROWN, MRS. ROBY C., B.A., University of Puerto Rico,
Spanish I, II.
BRUMMITT, MRS. JAKE, B.S., Radford College, General Mathe-
matics, Algebra I.
CAIN, S. A., A.B., M.A., Knoxville College, University of Con-
necticut, English III, IV, Assistant Principal.
CATRON, AILEEN, B.A., Carson-Newman College, Latin I.
CATRON, GRACE, A.B., M.A., Carson-Newman College, Uni-
versity of Tennessee, American History, Latin II.
CHRISMAN, DALE, B.S., Carson-Newman College, Driver's
COILE, MARTHA LOU, B.A., Maryville College, Economics,
American History, American Government.
CONKIN, MRS. JOHN R., B.A., Carson-Newman College, Eng-
CUPP, MRS. HARRY, A.B., M.S., Lincoln Memorial University,
University of Tennessee, Librarian.
DAVIS, BURLEIGH, B.S., East Tennessee State University, Physi-
DAVIS, MRS. BURLEIGH, B.S., East Tennessee State University,
DEBUSK, MRS. LUTHER M., B.S., University of Tennessee, Vo-
cational Home Economics l, II, III.
EASTERLY, GEORGE A., B.S., Allen University, General Science.
ECKEL, ANTHONY, B.A., M.S., Knoxville College, Tennessee
A 8: I State University, General Business, General Mathematics.
EDWARDS, MRS. PAUL A., A.B., B.M., Knoxville College,
Westminster Choir College, English I, Chorus I, II, Glee Club.
FRANCIS, WENDELL, B.A., Carson-Newman College, Art I.
GODDARD, MRS. PAUL D., B.A., Washington State University
GOLDFINCH, MRS. LARUE, B.A., Carson-Newman College
GRAY, LEAH ANNE, A.B., Carson-Newman College, English Il
HALE, CHARLES GRACE, A.B., Carson-Newman College, Al
HILTEN, MRS. ROBERT L., B.A., M.A., Emory and Henry Col
lege, Emory University, English III, Speech.
HODGES, VIRGINIA, B.S., East Tennessee State University
Typing I, General Business.
HORNER, JANE, B.S., M.A., East Tennessee State University
George Peabody College for Teachers, English I.
JONES, MRS. JOHN K., B.S., M.S., East Tennessee State Uni
versity, University of Tennessee, English IV.
KEENER, GEORGE, A.B., M.S., Tusculum College, University o
Tennessee, General Science, Chemistry.
KEEZEL, W. B., B.S., East Tennessee State University, Civic:
Mechanical Drawing I.
KELLEY, MRS. N. C., B.S., M.S., University of Tennessee, Vc
cational Home Economics I, II, III.
KILGORE, ANNA BELLE, B.S., M.A., Madison College, Uni
versity of Tennessee, English I.
MCDONALD, DONALD, B.S., East Tennessee State University
Mechanical Drawing I, II.
MCKINLEY, MRS. H. EVAN, B.S., Temple University, Short
hand, Clerical Practice.
NEILL, WILLIAM J., B.S., University of Tennessee, Sociology
NICHOLS, MRS. JAMES A., B.S., Bluefield State College
General Science, Biology.
NORTHERN, MRS. JOHN A., B.S., Carson-Newman College
OSBORNE, WILLIAM P., B.S., M.S., Tennessee A 8: I State Uni
versity, University of Tennessee, Bookkeeping-Accounting, Type
PEARSON, KENNETH V., B.A., M. Ed., Carson-Newman Col
lege, University of Georgia, Guidance Counselor.
PEMBERTON, JACK O., A.A., B.S., M.A., Tennessee Wesleya:
College, George Peabody College, East Tennessee State University
PHILLIPS, GENE, B.S., Tennessee Technological University
PHILLIPS, JAMES M., B.S., Tennessee Technological University,
PHILLIPS, MRS. JAMES M., B.S., East Tennessee State University'
Algebra I g Unified Geometry.
QUARLES, GENE, B.S., M.A.g East Tennessee State University,
Physics, Advanced Math.
QUARLES, O'NEILL, B.S., East Tennessee State University, Vo-
cational Machine Shop.
RADER, ROBERT, B.S., Lincoln Memorial Universityg Biology.
ROARK, MRS. VERNON E., B.S., Lincoln Memorial University,
World Geography, World History.
RUTH, DENVER J., B.S., M.S.g University of Tennessee, Voca-
RUTHERFORD, MRS. GLENN M., A.B., University of Ten-
nessee, General Mathematics, Algebra I.
SAULSBURY, JAMES W., B.S., East Tennessee State University,
Physical Education, Health.
SHARPE, RALPH WESLEY, B.A., M.A., University of Tennes-
see, English IV, Advanced English IV.
SHAVER, MRS. BEN H., B.A.5 Maryville College, American His-
tory, World History.
SMITH, MRS. CLARENCE A., B.S.g University of Miami, So-
SMITH, MRS. EUGENE G., B.S., University of Tennessee, Vo-
cational Home Economics I, II, III.
Mrs. DeBusk and Mr. Vaughn use the library's new professional corner.
STAMBAUGH, MRS. JIM W., B.S., Carson-Newman College,
STRANGE, CHARLES H., A.B., M.A.g Carson-Newman College,
University of Tennessee-3 Principal.
THOMPSON, MRS. KYLE, B.S., East Tennessee State University,
TROBAUGH, CYNTHIA, B.A.g Queens College, English I,
German I, II.
VAUGI-IN, ALDEN K., B.S., M.M.g University of Tennessee,
Algebra I, Unified Geometry.
WATKINS, MRS. JASPER, B.A.g Carson-Newman Collegeg Eng-
lish III, IV.
WEESNER, MURRELL, A.B., M.A.g Tusculum College, Duke
University, Assistant Principal.
WHITE, MRS. ROGER, B.S.g University of Tennessee, French I,
WILLIAMS, MRS. MAURICE, B.S., East Tennessee State Uni-
versity, Physical Education.
WILLIAMS, RAYMOND, B.S., Carson-Newman College, General
Science, Physical Education.
WILSON, MRS. WILLIAM H., B.S.g Davis-Elkins College, Gen-
eral Mathematics, Algebra I.
WOLFE, MRS. H. W., B.S., M.S.g Carson-Newman College,
University of Tennessee, General Science, General Mathematics.
Mr. Phillips operates the tape recorder as Mrs. Nichols prepares
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Upperclassmen have found they still have time to
ADAMS, BILL JACK
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Randol h H. Adams, 1461
Knollwood Drive: Baseball: Basketball: Football:
Tflfki Alpha Hr-Y: German Club, President 4:
Concert Choir, President 4: Boy's State: Who's Who.
ADAMS, DAVID ALEXANDER, JR.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. David A. Adams, Sr., Route 4.
Freshman Football: V. I. C. A.
ADAMS, DAVID PAUL
Son of Mr. and Mrs. William Paul Adams, Route 1.
Future Farmers of America.
ALLEN, BARBARA JEAN
Dauriliter of Mrs. M. O. Allen, Jr., 1167 East First
ALLEN, JANICE CAROL
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Allen, White
Pine, Tennessee. Future Homemakers of America:
Peg Club: Chorus. Transfer from White Pine High
Sc ool, .White Pine, Tennessee. Future Homemakers
of America: Glee Club.
ANDERSON, MARK TAYLOR
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jack Anderson, 1446
Darbee Drive. HURRICANE Staff, Circulation Man-
ager: Beta Hr-Y, Chaplain 2: Alpha Hi-Y, Secretary
4: Youth and Government 3: Junior Classical League:
Pep Club: Band: Prom Committee.
ANTRICAN, GARY F LEM
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Milum G. Antrican, 1005
ARNOLD, DIXIE DOREEN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Worley C. Arnold, 425
Inman Street. Future Homemakers of America I:
Chorus: Concert Choir.
ARWOOD, WILLIAM RICHARD
Son of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Atwood, 2128
ATKINS, MARY GAIL
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil E. Atkins, Route
l. elody Acres.AArt Club: Future Homemakers of
america II: Junior and Chapter Degrees: Concert
BAKER, JACKIE RAY
Son of Mossie Carroll, 910 East Avenue,
BALES. DELORES ANN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bales, Route 2.
meet their friends and chat between classes.
Future Teachers of America: Junior Classical League:
Concert Choir, Reporter 3: Tennessee All- tate
Chorus 3: Office Assistant.
BANNER, RITA SHERLENE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin H. Banner, Jr.,
Route 4. Mrs. Thompson's Assistant.
BAXTER, JOHN EDWARD
Son of Mr. and Mrs. George Baxter, 209 Tennessee
Avenue. Basketball, All Regional 3: Football: Beta
Hi-Y: Alpha Hi-Y.
BEAM, MARK DOUGLAS
Son of Mrs. Ruth Beam, 823 East Fourth North
Street. V. I. C. A.
BEENE, DONALD EUGENE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Beene, Jr., 2008
Murray Street. Track: Key Club.
BEENE, RONALD EUGENE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Beene, Jr., 2008
Ilgugay Street. Freshman Football: Track: Alpha
BEETS, JANET EILEEN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Beets, Mountain
View Drive. Basketball, Manager 3, 4: Anchor
Club, Junior Director 5, Anchor Convention 3:
Future omemakers of America, Parliamentarian 2.
Treasurer 3, Convention 2, 3: Junior, Chapter, State
Degrees: Library Club, Assistant 2: Pep Club.
BELLAINIY, ELIZABETH JANE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bellamy, 524
Redwood Street. Band.
BEWLEY, ANDREA JEAN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Andrew Bewley,
Route 1. Future Homemakers of America.
BEWLEY, JANICE GENTRY
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gentry, Route 1.
Future Homemakers of America I, Vice-President 3:
Junior, Chapter, and State Degrees: Future Home-
maker of the Year: alunior Y-Teens: Office Assistant:
Library Club. Presi ent 4, Assistant: Beautification
BEWLEY, MARY SUE
Daughter nf Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bewley, Route 1,
Alpha Heights. Future Homemalcers of America.
BIBLE, KATHY IRENE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Bible, Bright's
Pike. HURRICANE Staff, Ad Salesman: Beta Tri
I-Ii-Y, Historian 1: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Reporter 4
J-unior Classical League: Pip Culb: Spanish Club
hespians- Band: Solo and nsemble Festival: Fresh
man- Sophomore Play: Prom Committee.
BIVENS, JAMES THOINIAS
Son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Bivens, 218 East Thin
South Street. Freshman Football: Hi-Y: Key Club
Pep Club: Red Cross Council: Spanish Club.
BOWLIN, JIINIMY DWAYNE
gon of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bowlin, Newline Road
BRABSTON, JULIA DIANNE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brabston, .41
East First North Street. ITAKHA Staff, Circulation
Anchor Club, Senior Director 4: Beta Club: Futur
Teachers of America: Junior Classical League: Rel
Club: Prom Committee: Play Committee: Oftrc
BRASWELL, ROBERT FORT
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Braswell, B31
North Highland Drive. HURRICANE Staff, Con
tributor and Photographer: Beta Hi-Y: Alpha Hi-Y
Debating Team: Junior Classical League.
BRAZIEL, DOW TYRONE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Braziel, 1220 Sher
wood Drive. Pep Club. Transfer from West Higl
School, Morristown, Tennessee. Varsity Basketbal
Science Club: Band.
BREEDING. LYNN ELLIS
Son of Mrs. Xviley Breeding, Route 2, Whitesburg
Tennessee. Basebal: Basketball: Beta Club: Futur
Farmers of America: Key Club: Pep Club: Seniu
BREEDING, VIRGINIA DIANNE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cawood Breeding Rout
2, Vhitesburg, Tennessee. Future Homemaltersbo
America, Par iamentarian 3, President 4- Junior
Chapter, and State Degrees: Junior Classical League
BRITTAIN, ANNE RUSSELL
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. XX'illiam H. Brittain
1837 Cherry Avenue. ITAKHA Staff, Ad Salesman
Beta Tri-Hi-Y: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y: Anchor Club: Bet
Club: Future Teachers of Americ1, Treasurer 4
gunior Classical League, Secretary 2: Library Club
entinel 2, Secretary 3. Assistant: Pep Club: Spanisl
Club, Treasurer 3: Prom Committee: Office Assistant
BROCK, WILLIAM ROBERT
Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Mantooth, 730 Acaci.
Circle. Future Farmers of America: Pep Club.
BROOKS, ALLEN DALE
Son of Rev. Paul S. Brooks, 601 Vlest Fifth Nortl
Street. V. I. C. A.
BROOKS, DELORES ANNE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. james C. Brooks, 115-
Carmichael Drive. Future Homemakers of America
Junior and Chapter Degrees: Junior Classical League
BROWN, RUDOLPH VICTOR
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph V. Brown, 1021
Sherwood Drive. Basketball, Co-Captain 4. Transfe
from West High School, Morristown, Tennessee
Basketball, Co-Captain 1.
BUCHANAN, DANA DREW
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewe D. Buchanan, 551
Parker Road. Pep Club: V. C. A.
BUCHANAN, JOHN PAUL
Son of Mr. and Mrs. I-Iershel Buchanan, Route I
Central Church Road. Baseball: Football.
BURCHETT, Cr 'RLOTTE JOAN
Daughter of Mr. ar ' Mrs. Robert XV. Burchett
1511 DeVault Street.
BURCHETT, ROBERT TAYLOR
an cg' lair. and Mrs. Albert D. Burchett, Route 5.
a u .
BYARD, CLYDE EDWIN
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Byard, Route 3.
Freshman Football: Football Manager: Pep Club.
LDWELL, CAROLYN LOUISE
aughter of Dr. and Mrs. John D. Caldwell, 714
orest Drive. Beta Tri-Hi-Y: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y: Youth
nd Government: Bowling League, Secretary: Future
omemakers of America II: Glee Club: Junior Classr-
al Lea ue: Pep Club: Red Cross Council: Spanish
lub unior-Senior Play Cast 3. 4: Prom Com-
MERON, PATRICIA SUE
aughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cameron, Route
RDWELL, BILLIE LUCILLA
aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Caldwell. 308
ranner Street. Pep Club: Spanish Club. Transfer
rom West Hi h School, Morristown, Tennessee.
uture Homema ers of America: New Homemakers
f America: Band: Concert Choir: Class Homecom-
ARROLL JERRY DOUGLAS
on of Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Carroll, Route Z. Jun-
or Classical League: Accelerated program at ETSU.
RTER RICHARD MURRELL
ootball' Beta Club: Beta Hi-Y: Alpha Hi-Y:
unior Classical League: Pep Club: Spanish Club:
hesprans: Student Council, Treasurer 4: Youth
I adership Council, President 4:.Boy's State: Regional
I ath Contest, Third Place Winner 2: Prom Corn-
ttee Who's Who.
aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray F. Cash, 443 Oak
treet ITAKHA Staff. Ty ist: Beta Club: Future
omemakers of America: Jlirnronand Chapter De-
rees Future Teachers of America: Library Club.
ssistant' Senior Y-Teens: Sganrsh Club,.Vrce-Presr-
ent 4: Pla Committee: rom Committee: Mrs.
ATRON, LINDA HELEN
aughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Catron,
entral Church Road. Junior Class Secretary: HUR-
ICANE Staff. Proofreader, ,Junior Editor, Editor:
eta Tri Hi-Y, Reporter 2: lgha Tri Hi-Y: Beta
lub Junior Classical League: panish Club: Prom
ommrttee: Regional Math Contests: Who's Who.
HAMBERLAIN, MERLE THOMAS
on of Mrs. Irene Purkey, Route 2. Chorus.
HANCE, JOHN HOWARD,
on of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Chance, Route 1.
" an Station. Freshman Football:. Football Man-
er 3: Future Farmers of America, Reporter 5,
ice-President 4: Junior Classical League: ey Club,
eporter 4: Prom Committee.
HAPMAN BRENDA KAY
aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Human, Routehl.
rgnsfer from Mississinewa High School, Gas City,
HARLES, ROBERT EDWARD,
on of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Charles. Route 2.
URRICANE Staff, Ad Salesman: ITAKHA Staff,
o-Editor: Beta Hi-Y, Secretary 2: Alpha Hi-Y,
ecretary 3' Band Council, Vice-President 4: Beta
lub, President 4: Pep Club: Junior Classical League:
ed Cross Council: Student Council: Thespians:
and: All State-East Band: Solo and Ensemble
' estival: Boy's State: Freshman-Sophomore Play Com-
. ittee: junior-Senior Play Cast 3, 4: Prom Commit-
ee: Nativity Scene: Regional Math Contests, Second
lace Winner 1, 3: Who's Who.
HRISTIAN, DOUGLAS STEVE
on of Mr. and Mrs. J. Douglas Christian, 2035
on of Mr. and Mrs. Willard S. Carter, Route 1.
Reese Street. V. I. C. A., Vice-President.
CLARKSON, DONNA LORAINE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Clarkson, Route
2, Cherokee Drive. HURRICANE Staff, Ad Sales-
man: Future Homemakers of America Il, III: lJunior,
Chapter, and State Degrees: Junior Classical eague:
Lunior Y-Teens, Vice-President 2: Senior Y-Teens:
ep Club: Prom Committee: Office Assistant: Beauti-
fication Queen Candidate.
CLEMENT, HUGH TILLINIAN,
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh T. Clement, -Sr., Lawr-
ence Street. Basketball, Captain 4: Senior Repre-
sentative to Pep Club: Prom Committee.
CLOAR, JACK CAMPBELL, JR.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Cloar, 506 East
Second North Street. Beta Hi-Y: Junior Classical
League: Pep Club: Spanish Club.
COBBLE, BEATRICE TALLEY
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Talley, Route 2
Xifhitesburg, Tennessee. Future Homemakers of
COBBLE, JOHNNY RUBEN
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Cobble, Route 5.
COEFEY, SHERRY LEA
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Coffeyt, 505
Montrose Avenue. Art Club: Future Homema ers of
America I: Junior Degree: Junior Y-Teens: Library
Club, Assistant: V. I. C. A.
COFFEY, WAYNE STEVEN
Sorfboof Mr. and Mrs. L. Paul Coffey, Route 1,
COLE, MICHAEL LYNN
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Cole. Route 5, North
Liberty Hill Road. V. I. C. A.
COLE, PATRICIA ANN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cole, Route 5
North Liberty Hill Road. Future Homemakers of
COLLINS, ROBERT LAWRENCE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lawrence Collins, 1306
Bales Drive. Golf Team: Beta Hi-Y, Treasurer 2:
Alpha Hi-Y, Treasurer 4.
COMBS, STEVEN ROSS
Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Combs, 522 Charles
Street. Freshman Football: Beta Hi-Y.
COMPTON, JACK MICHAEL
Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Compton, 422 Red-
wood Street. HURRICANE Staff, Systems Coordina-
tor: ITAKHA Staff, Circulation Manager: Future
Teachers of America: Hi-Y: Junior Classical League:
Key Club: Pep Club: Red Cross Council: Thespians,
President 4: Band: Solo and Ensemble Festival:
Boy's State Alternate: Freshman-Sophomore Play
Cast: Junior-Senior Play Cast 5, 4: Prom Committee.
CONWAY, WARREN ELLIOT
Son of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Conway, 517 East
Third North Street. Key Club.
CORNELL, ELEANOR DICKEY
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'John H. Cornell, 1400
McFarland Avenue. Library ssistant. Transfer from
gixtesgfli High School, Statesville, North Carolina.
COURTNEY, RONALD GLENN
Son of Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Courtney, 701 South
Liberty Hill Road.
COWAN, CALVIN WAYNE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene W. Cowan, Route 1.
Future Farmers of America: Glee Club.
COX, EARLENE PATRICIA
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl N. Cox, 1530
Briar Cliff Circle. Anchor Club: Bowling League,
Reporter 3: Debating Team, Vice-President 4: Fu-
ture Homemakers of America: Junior Degree: Future
Teachers of America: German Club: junior Classical
League: Pep Club: Band: Prom Committee: Junior-
Senior Play Cast 4: Office Assistant.
COX, LOIS MARIE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Cox, 419 South
Henry Street. Future Homemakers of America.
CRAINE, CHARLES WILLIAM
ianciuf Mr. and Mrs. I-Iutson Craine, Route 1, Elwood
CREWS, TERRY LEE
Son of Mr. and Mm. Clarence E. Crews, 540
Callaway Drive. Freshman Basketball: Future Farm-
ers of America: Glee Club: Concert Chorus.
CRIGGER, PATSY LEE
Dauggnter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Crigger, Route
4. Li rary Club, Assistant.
CUPP, CAROLYN ANNE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. CUPP. 338 Hill-
crest Drive. Beta Club: Future Homemakers of
America: Junior and Cha ter Degrees: Future
Teachers o America: Pep Club: Senior Y-Teens,
Secretary 4: Spanish Club: Concert Choir: East
Tennessee Music Contest: Junior-Senior Play Com-
mittee: Jsiinior-Senior Prom Committee: Library As-
sistant: rs. Thompson's Assistant.
DAVIS, JANICE KAY
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Frank Davis 730
Memorial Avenue. HURRICANE Staff, Contributor:
ITAKHA Staff, Faculty Editor: Anchor Club, Vice-
President 3, Treasurer 4: Beta Club: Future Home-
makers of America 111, Vice-President 2, 3: Jcunior
Chapter, and State Degrees: Future Homema er of
the Year: Varsity Visit: T. V. A. Bt I. Fair Style
Show: FHA State Convention: FHA National Con-
vention: Smoky Mountain Subregion Secretary 3:
Fl-IA State Treasurer 4: Junior Classical Lea ue:
Library Club, Chaplain 1, Assistant: Pep Ciub:
Play Committee: Prom Committee: Who's Who.
DAVIS, LARRY STEPHEN
Son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Davis, 1473 Easley
Court. Freshman Basketball: Key Club: Pep Club:
DEAN, JO ANN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Franklin Dean.
132 East Thirteenth North Street. Future Home-
malcers of America I.
DEAN, SANDRA EILEEN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Linton Dean, Route 1
Whrtesburg, Tennessee. Beta Club: Junior Classical
Eague: Library Club, Assistant: Pep Club: Spanish
DELANEY, BRENDA KAYE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Delane , Sr.
935 North Henry Street. Beta Club: Junior Cnssical
League: Choir: Who's Who. Trans er from West
High School, Morristown, Tennessee. Freshman Class
Assistant Secretary: Sophomore Class Secretary:
Basketball: Future Homemakers of America: West
High Choir: Cheerleader Captain: Student Council,
Treasurer 2: Freshman-Sophomore Pla : W. C. T. U.
Speech Contest Winner: Best All Around 1, 2.
DEMKO, REBECCA SUE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Demko, 1837
Oak Street. Band: Junior Classical League.
DENNIS, DONNA MARIE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Dennis, 411
DENTON, SONNY WAYNE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Denton, Route 4,
Vicki Street. V. I. C. A.
GREENE, CAROLE ANNE
GREENE, SHARON LEE
DIXON, OINTHIA SUSAN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer P. Dixon, 1014
East Second North Street. ITAKHA Staff, Ad Sales-
man, Beta Tri Hi-Y, Alpha Tri Hi-Y, Art Club,
Pep Club, Spanish Club, Future I-Iomemakers of
America, Junior and Chapter Degrees, Band, Solo
and Ensemble Festival, Play Committee, Prom Com-
mittee, Varsity Visit.
DOKA, PERRY LAZARUS, JR.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Per L. Doka, 828 Scenic
Drive. Future Farmers of lxmerica.
DRAKE, SHIRLEY ELAINE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Drake. 1205 Hill-
vale Drive. Future Homemakers of America III,
Pep Club, Spanish Club.
DUBY, TIMOTHY RAYBURN
Son of Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Duby, 1526 West
Andrew Johnson Hi hway. HURRICANE Staff, Fea-
ture Editor, Beta Iii-Y, President 2, Alpha Hi-Y,
President 3, 4, Second Vice-President East Tennessee
Hi-Y Convention, German Club, Treasurer 3: Red
Cross Council, Vice-President 3, President 4, Prom
DUDLEY, CINDY LEE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dudkl, Route 4,
Echo Hills. Guidance Office Assistant, rs. Thomp-
son's Assistant. Transfer from Meadowbrook High
School, Cumberland, Ohio. Future I-Iomemakers of
America, Band, Pep Club.
DUNLAP, MICKEY RAY
Son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dunlap, 1017 West Fourth
EDMONDS, DORIS ANN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Edmonds, 2129
Orchard Street. Pep Club, President 3: Chorus, Prom
Committee. Transfer from Enka High School, Enka,
Ieltorth Carolina. Future Homemakers of America,
EDWARDS, DONALD JOE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Edwards, 516 Inman
Street. Beta Hi-Y, Alpha Hi-Y, Beta Club, Junior
Classical League, Pep Club, Spanish Club, German
Club, Band, Swing Band, All East Tennessee Blue
Band, All State Band, All East Tennessee Orchestra,
Prom Committee: Regional Math Contest, Who's Who.
ELKINS, LOIS FAY
Ward of Nora Jean Elkins, Route 1, Jackson Heights.
ELMORE, WILLIAM ARTHUR
Son of Cordell S. Elmore, Route 2, Talbott. Trans-
fer from Huntsville High School, Huntsville, Ten-
EZELL, LYNN MARIE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ezell, 513 Syca-
more Street. ITAKHA Staff, Club Editor, Anchor
Club, Art Club, Secretary 3, President 4, Beta Club.
Transfer from Enka High School, Enka, North
Carolina. Junior Classical League, Reporter 2, Stu-
dent Council, ENKANOCA Staff, Write-Up Editor.
FAIN, ALTHIA NORENE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Fain, Jr., 333
Branner Street. Transfer from West High School,
Morristown, Tennessee. Class Secretax 1, 2, Choir,
Secretary 2, Future Homemakers of merica, Green
Dragon Square Dance Club, Homecoming Committee,
Junior Classical League, Student Council.
FARMER, BETTY ANN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Edward Farmer,
2101 East Outer Drive. ITAKHA Staff, Ad Sales-
man, Anchor Club, Reporter 3, President 4, Future
Teachers of America, Junior Classical League, Li-
brary Club, Treasurer 1, Assistant, Bowling League,
Vice-President 4, Pep Club, Prom Committee, Mrs.
Thompson's Assistant, Office Assistant.
FARRIS, SHARON IvIAC
Dauggiter of Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Farris. Buffalo Trail.
ITA HA Staff, Assistant Business Manager, Beta
Tri Hi-Y, Chaplain 2, Alpha Tri Hi-Y, Secretary
4, Beta Club, Junior Classical League, Red Cross
Council, Spanish Club, Treasurer 4, Band, Freshman
Representative, Prom Committee, Office Assistant.
FERGUSON, TERRY SUSAN
Daughter of Mrs. Billy Lee Ferguson, Manley
Heights. Bowling League, uture I-Iomemakers of
America III, Beautification Queen Candidate.
FIELDS, SUSAN JANE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude D. Fields, .228
Hale Avenue. Beta Tri Hi-Y, Alpha Tri Hi-Y,
Future Homemakers of America I, President 3,
kmior and Chapter Degrees, Varsity Visit, Future
omemaker of the Year, Junior Classical League,
Student Council, Prom Committee.
FISHER, MARGARET ELLA
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Fisher, 1720
Christmas Drive. Sophomore Class Secretary, HUR-
HICANE Staff, Contributor, ITAKHA Staff, Ad
Salesman, Beta Tri Hi-Y, Reporter 1, Secretary 2,
Alpha Tri Hi-Y, Beta Club, Junior Classical League,
Pep Club, Band, Majorette, Prom Committee.
EOLSOM, THOMAS CHARLES
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted W. Folsom, Jr., 1808
Russell Street. Football Trainer, German Club, Vice-
President 4, Key Club, Vice-President 4, Junior
Classical League, Pep Club, Reporter 4, Red Cross
Council, Thespians, Junior-Senior Play Cast 3. 4,
Prom Committee, Boy's Stale Alternate.
FORD, BARBARA JEAN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Ford, C-10
Boone Street. HURRICANE Staff, Contributor, Beta
Club, Key Club Sweetheart, Pep Club, Red Cross
Council, Senior Y-Teens, President 4, Prom'Com-
mittee, Cheerleader, Nativity Scene, Beautification
Queen, Homecoming Queen. Candidate, Basketball
Queen Candidate, Junior-Senior Play Cast 4. Trans-
fer from Riveria Beach High Schoo , Riveria Beach,
Florida, Band, G, A. A., Spanish Club.
FRANKLIN, GEORGE WADDEL
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Winston Franklin, 220 North
FULLER, JAMES EDWARD
Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fuller, Route 4. Art
Club, German Club, Pep Club.
FULLINGTON, JAMES DEE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fullington, Route 4.
suture Farmers of America, Treasurer 4, Varsity
GJEDDE, DAVID CLAUDE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Giedde, 1027 Skyline
Drive. ITAKHA Staff, Ad Salesman, Beta Hi-Y,
Alpha Hi-Y, Junior Classical League, Beta Club,
Pep Club, Spanish Club, President 4, Band, Dnrm
Maior, Solo and Ensemble Festival, Boy's State
Alternate, Regional Math Contest, Freshman-Sophm
more Play Committee, Prom Committee, Who's Who.
GOAN, MARY ELIZABETH
Daughter of Maude Goan, Route 3. Future Home-
makers of America, ljunior and Chapter Degrees,
T. V. A. Bc I. Stye Show, Fumre-Teachers of
America, Junior Classical League, Senior Y-Teens,
Play Committee, Y. T. C. Speech Contest.
GOFORTH, LINDA GRIFFEN
Daughter of Mrs. Mabel Smith, 2318 Washingtor
GOODINIAN, WILLIAINI CAIN
Son of Mrs. Mary C. Goodman, 1516 Jones Avenue,
GREEN, PHYLLIS DAVIS
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Davis, 1121
East Second North Street. Junior Y-Teens, Reporter
Senior Y-Teens, Secretary.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Worley Greene.. 1421
Adams Street. Future Homemakers of America I
Library Club, Assistant.
GREENE, PHILIP CALVIN
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene W. Greene, 222g
Turkey Street. Basketball, Future Farmers of Amen
ca, Pep Club, Chorus.
Daulghter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Greene, 1445
Wilow Street. Future Homemakers of America III
Historian, Senior Y-Teens.
GRIFFEN, JERRY ERNEST
Son of Mrs. Frank McDonald, 2318 Washingtor
GUICE, DONALD WAYNE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Estes, 1032 West Second
North Street. ITAKHA Staff, Business Manager
Track, Cross Country, Beta Hi-Y, Al ha H1-Y.
Beta Club, junior Classical League, Pep Club, Prorr
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Haggerty. 935
Walters Drive. ITAKHA Staff Circulation Com'
mittee, Anchor Club, Beta Club, Future Teacher:
of America, Junior Classical League, Pep Club
Red .Cross Council, Secretary 3, ice-President 4
Spanish Club, Band, Prom Committee, Nativiq
Scene, Who's Who.
HALE, SAMUEL POWEL
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hale, Route 1,
Russellville. Future Farmers of America, Secretary
2 President 3, 4, Key Club, Vice-President 3, Pres-
iiient 4, Pep Club, Prom Committee, Student Coun-
HALL, JOHN DAVID
Son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hall, Shelia Circle,
White Pine, Tennessee. Football, Most Valuable
Player, All Big Seven Football, Track.
HAIVIILTON, DOUGLAS GLENN
Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hamilton, Jr., 1841
Eastern Avenue. Baseball, Captain, Basketball, Prom
HARMON, SUE ELLEN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Harmon, 302
The introduction of the Homecoming Queen Candidates is the highlight of the Pep Rally.
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1 i1 11' ap-
Highland Drive. Anchor Club: Beta Club: Bowling
League, Secretary 5: President 4: Junior Classica
League: Library Club, Assistant: ffice Assistant:
HARRISON, JUDY KAY
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Harrison, Jr.,
617 West Second North Street. Band, :Treasurer 3:
Lunior Classical League: Pep Club: Senior Y-Teens:
Alay Committee: Prom Committee: Guidance Office
RVILLE, JUDY PEARL
aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce K. Haryille, 12.14
rice Drive. Future Homemakers of America: Junior
egree: Junior Classical League: Office Assistant.
ARVILLE, ROY GREGORY
An of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harville, 605 Rosedale
HASTIE, JOHN THOMAS
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood P. Hastie, 340
Eouth Liberty Hill Road. Beta Hi-Y: Junior Classical
eague: Key Club: Pep Club: Spanish Club.
ATTAWAY, BELINDA IZETTA
aughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. I-lattaway, 1522
arrell Street. Future Homemakers of America.
HAYNES, LEE HOBART
Son of Dot S. Haynes, 825 Terrace View Drive.
II-IAZELWOOD, SHIRLEY AILENE
Dau hter of Mr. and Mrs. Orvis Hazelwood, Route
li. I-suture Homemakers of America: Junior Classical
HELTON, JERRY ALLEN
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Reubin Helton. Route 5.
Freshman Football: Key Club.
HELTON, JOHNNY CLARK
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Helton, 1866 Pine-
crest Lane. V. I. C. A.
ENEGAR, KEITH MONROE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Henegar, Beacon Road,
hitesbur , Tennessee. Band. Transfer from Whites-
bur Higg School, Whitesburg, Tennessee. Basket-
balf 1, 2: Beta Club: Future Farmers of America,
Treasurer 2: Varsity Visit.
HICKS, MIKE CHARLES
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hicks 605 Haun Drive.
Football: Key Club, Sergeant-at-Arms: Pep Club.
,HIGHTOWER, MARILYN RUTH
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Hightower, 409
West Fifth North Street.
HILEMAN, JANET ELAINE
Daughter of Mr. Powell Hileman, East First North
Street and Mrs. Dave Evans, 2138 East Outer Drive.
iAnchor Club: Future Homemakers of America I, II:
kinior, Chapter, and State Degrees: Guidance Office
HILL, BETTY MEARLENE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hill, Route. 2,
Talbott. Anchor Club: Future Teachers of America:
Office Assistant. Transfer from Christenberry Junior
High, Knoxville, Tennessee.
HILL, KATHRYN DAWN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Long, Priscilla
Street. Bowling League, Secretary-Treasurer 4.
HILL, LINDA LOU
Daughter of Mrs. Juanita Hill, 1808 Fairview Road.
HINKLE, LLOYD GALE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Hinkle, Route 3.
HODGE, PATRICIA LYNN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hodgf, 521
Hillcrest Drive. Freshman Class Secretary: URRI-
CANE Staff, Ad Salesman 3, Contributor 4: Allpha
Tri Hi-Y, Senior Representative 4: Anchor Cub:
Beta Club: Future Teachers of America, Vice-Pres-
ident 4: Junior Classical League- Pep Club- Red
Cross ouncil B '
C ': and: Solo and Ensemble Festival,
Play Committee: Prom Committee: Office Assistant.
HOLT, BRENDA ELIZABETH
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Holt, 304 Mont-
vue Avenue. ITAKHA Staff, Typist: Beta Club:
Future Homemakers of America l: Future Teachers
of America: Jgmior Classical League: Library Club,
Treasurer 3, ice-President 4, Assistant: Prom Com-
mittee: Regional Math Contests, First Place Winner
2: National Merit Scholarship Finalist: Who's Who
HOLT, ROSE MARIE
Daughter of Mrs. Betty Jane Holt, 234 West Hill-
crest Drive. Sophomore Class President: HURRI-
CANE Staff, Ad Salesman, Typist: Allfuha Tri H1-Y'
Beta Tri Hi-Y: Beta Club: Future omemakers of
America II, Song Leader 3: Junior, Chapter, and
State Degrees: FHA Convention: Pep Clu: Band:
Maiorette: Cheerleader: Prom Committee: Nativity
Scene: Homecoming: Queen: Beautification Queen
Candidate: Future armers of America Sweetheart.
HORNER, ELIZABETH ANNE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Horner, 124
Morton Street. Future Homemakers of America: Jun-
ior Classical League: Library Club.
HORTON, WILLIAM EUGENE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Horton, 1009 Walters
Drive. Football, Captain 4: All East Tennessee: All
Conference: Honorable Mention All State: Player of
the Week: Golf Team, Captain: Beta Hi-Y: Alpha
Hi-Y: Beta Club: Pep Club: Student Council Vice-
Presrdent 4: Prom Committee Chainnan: Student of
the Month: Who's Who.
HOWARD, ROBERT NEAL
gon of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Howard, 1503 Reed
HOWELL, HUMPHREY EUGENE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Howell, 1912 Rogers
HOWELL, JAMES FRANK, Ja.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Howell, 745 Pauline
Avenue. Track: Alpha i-Y: Junior Classical League:
Red Cross Counci: Spanish Club: Band.
HOWERTON, JAMES CHARLES
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Herry Howerton, Route 2.
HOWINGTON, PHYLLIS ANN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Eugene Howington,
Route 1, Russellville, Tennessee.
HUFF, GUY LAMAR
Son. of Mr. and Mrs. Guy V. Huff, Route 3.
Junior Classical League.
HUMPSTON, ELIZABETH LUCILLE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cggle T. Hurnpston,
1402 Hickory Lane. HURRIC E Staff, Feature
Editor: Anchor Club: Beta Club: Debating Team,
Treasurer 5: Junior Classical League: Band: Play
Committee: Junior-Senior Play Cast 4: Prom Com-
mittee: Model U. N. Representative.
HURLEY, GARY LYNN
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Hurl , West
Donaldson Drive, Route 5. Freshman Tootball:
Choir, Secretary: Chorus, Secretary.
HURST, DANNY RAY
Son of Mr. and Mrs. James N. Hurst. Route 2,
Brights Pike. Concert Choir: Glee Club: Pep Club.
HURST, DIANA LYNN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Denver Hurst, 428
Spruce Street. Anchor Club: Beta Club: Future
Homemakers of America Ill: Junior Degree: Junior
Classical League: Library Club, Reporter 2, As-
sistant: Pep lub: Office Assistant.
HURST, LARRY WADE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy D. Hurst, Echo Hills.
Beta Hi-Y, Parliamentarian 2: Alpha Hi-Y: German
Club: Key Club: Pep Club: Red Cross Council:
HURT, THOMAS STRATTON
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl S. Hurt, Route 1.
IDELL, RICHARD EUGENE
Son of Mr. and.Mrs. William H. Idell, Route 5.
INMAN, BOBBY DEAN
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Inman, 1016 West
Fifth Street. Football.
IRWIN, RANDALL WAYNE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Cl de C. Irwin, Box 57, White
Pine, Tennessee. Football: Baseball.
JACOBS, BARNEY LEE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Jacobs, Route 3.
JARNAGIN, MICHAEL WAYNE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Nessie Jamagin, 313 East
Main Street. V. I. C. A.
JARNIGAN, ROGER DALE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. K le Jarnigan, 1320 Lennie
Avenue. Baseball: Basketball.
JOHNS, REBECCA LORETTA
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Johns, Cameron
Drive, Lakernoore. ITAKHA Staff, Class Editor:
Anchor Club, Secretary 4: Beta Club: Future Home-
makers of America I: Junior and Cha ter Deglrees:
Future Teachers of America, Vice-Presigent 5 res-
ident 4: Future Teacher of the Year: Junior Classical
League: Libra? Club, Secretary 2. President 3. As-
sistant: Pep lub: Red Cross Council: Play Com-
mittee: Prom Committee: Office Assistant: Acceler-
ated Honors Program at Carson-Newman College:
JOHNSON, CATHERINE ANNE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Johnson, 1822
Russell Street. HURRICANE staff, d Salesman:
Anchor Club: Beta Club: Future Homemakers of
America Il: Treasurer 4: Junior, Cha ter, and State
Degrees: Future Teachers of America: Junior Classical
League: Peip Club: Senior Y-Teens: Beautification
Queen Can idate: Prom Committee: Office Assistant.
JOHNSON, RITA JANE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Johnson, Route
2, Mooresbursz, Tennessee. Class Vice-President 1, 2,
5, 4: ITAKHA Staff, Class Editor: Anchor Club:
Beta Club: Junior Classical League: Pep Club: Span-
ish Clubg Thespians: Band: Girl's State Alternate:
Prom Committee: Nativity Scene: Freshman-Sophomore
Play Cast: Who's Who.
JONES, ALLAN RANDAL
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jones, 1005 East Fourth
North Street. Football: All Big Seven Conference: All
East Tennessee: All State: Player of the Week: Base-
ball: 'District Champs: Beta Hi-Y: Alpha Hi-Y: Junior
Classical League: Prom Committee: Nativity Scene.
JONES, DAVID ALAN
Son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Jones, 919 Summit Lane.
HURRICANE Staff, Artist: Alpha Hi-Y: Band.
KILGORE, ANDREA CAROL
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kilgore. 535 Hillcrest
Drive. Future Teachers of America: Junior Classical
League: Library Club, Assistant: Senior Y-Teens, Vice-
President: Spanish Club: Band: Play Committee: Prom
KILGORE, GARY CURTIS
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Kilgore, Gaby Addition.
KIMBROUGH, BERNADINE BURCHFIELD
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Burchfield, 1807
Cherokee Drive. Future Homemakers of America:
KIMBROUGH, EVELYN KAY
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. john L. Kimbrough, Route
5. Pep Club: Office Assistant: Library Assistant.
KIMBROUGH, KATHY SUE
lgaughger of Mr. and Mrs. james A. Mcfampbell,
KING, SAMUEL BLADE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam King, Route 3. Basketball:
Future Farmers of America: Pep Club.
KIRK, JUDY CAROL
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Homer Kirk, 640
Apple Blossom Lane. Future Homemakers of America
I: Play Committee: Prom Committee.
KISER, DAVID THOMAS
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Kiser, 434 West
Sixth North Street. Track: Beta Club: Junior Classical
League: Pep Club: Red Cross Council. Transfer from
Bennettsville High School, Bennettsville, South Carol-
ina. Science Club, Secretary 1.
KITTS, NANCY LUANNE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kitts, 232 Ten-
nessee Avenue. Future Homemakers of America I:
LAKINS, MAXIE GAIL
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd G. Lzxkins, Route
gil Lakemore. Future Homemakers of America I, II,
LAMPKIN, HERMAN WRIGHT
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lampkin, 523 Inman
Street. V. I. C. A.
LASTER, RALPH MITCHELL
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Laster, Route 5.
LAUGHTERS. MICHAEL ALBERT
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Laughters, 1841 East
Main Street. Baseball: Basketball: Football: Track:
Beta Hi-Y: Alpha Hi-Y, Sergeant-at-Arms: Prom
Committee. Transfer from Pompano Beach High
School, Pompano Beach, Florida.
LAWSON, CARROLL DEAN
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grant Lawson, Route 2,
Whitesburg, Tennessee, V. l. C. A. Transfer from
Whitesburg High School, Whitesburg, Tennessee.
Beta Club: Future Farmers of America.
LAWSON, SHARON JANET
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Lawson, 929
Lennie Avenue. Future Homemalcers of America I:
LEE, LINDA EARLENE
Daughter of Mrs. Ethel Horner, 1014 Ridge Street.
LEE, RICHARD WAYNE
Son of N. C. Lee, Route 5. Future Fanners of America.
LEONARD, BRENDA SUE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Leonard, 1206 Har-
rell Street. Library Club, Assistant: Concert Choir.
LEWIS, SANDRA DARLENE
Daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. John M. Lewis, Jr., 1350
North Cumberland Street. Junior Classical League:
Library Club, Assistant.
LINKOUS, VICKIE MARCELLA
Daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Harold Linkous, 214 East
Sixth North Street. Library Assistant.
LITTLE, NANCY ELIZABETH
Daughter of Mrs. F. J. Little, jr., Route 5. HUR-
RICANE Staff, Feature Editor 3, Managing Editor
4: Beta Tri-Hi-Y: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Sergeant-at-Arms
3: Beta Club. Corresponding Secretary 4: Future
Teachers of America, Secretary 3: Pep Club: Red
Cross Council: Spanish Club: Thespians, Secretary 4:
Play Committee: Prom Committee: Regional Math
Contest: junior-Senior Play Cast, 4: Who's Who.
LITZ, JANE KATHLEEN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Litz, Maple Valley
Road. Future Homemakers of America, Parliamentarian
4: junior and Chapter Degrees: T.V.A. 8: I. Style
Show: State Convention: McCall's Teen Fashion
Correspondent 4: Junior Classical League: Library Club:
Senior Y-Teens: Office Assistant.
LONG, DARRELL LEE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Long, Route 2, Whites-
burg, Tennessee. Baseball Manager: Basketball Man-
ager: Beta Club: Junior Classical League: Key Club.
LONG, DAVID Mfcoy, JR.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. David M. Long, Sr., 1638
LONG, DOROTHY CAROL
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Long, 811 East
Third North Street.
LONG, LYNN ANNE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Casey Long, 335 Red-
wood Street. Library Assistant.
LONG, INIACKEY STEWART
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Long, Jr., 1616 Chero-
LOWE. GOTH ABRA
gun of Mr. and Mrs. Ausmus XV. Lowe, B05 Overlook
LOXWE, LINDA ANN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orbin W. Lowe, Route 3.
LOWRY, BARBARA ANN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. Raymond Lowry, 1432
Darbee Drive. HURRICANE Staff, Ad Salesman 2,
Tvpist 3, Business Manager 4: Beta Tri Hi-Y: Alpha
Tri Hi-Y: Beta Club: Junior Classical League: Pep
Club, Executive Board 4: Spanish Club: Thespians:
Band: Cheerleader, Captain 4: Play Committee: Prom
Committee: Nativity Scene: Beautification Queen Can-
didate: Homecoming Qgieen Candidate: Basketball
Queen: Solo and Ensem le: Office Assistant: Who's
Who: Miss MHS.
INICCLARAN, LINDA JOYCE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Francis McClaran,
Route 4, Sunset Hills. Transfer from Central High
School, Murfeesboro, Tennessee. Future Homemakers
IYICCLURE. LYNN DARLENE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin R. McClure, 504
Lincoln Avenue. HURRICANE Staff, Girl's Sports
Editor: Basketball: Future Homemakers of America
I, II: junior and Chapter Degrees: Pep Club: Senior
Y-Teens: Prom Committee.
INICCOIG, KENNETH GALE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude McCoig, Route 1, White
Pine, Tennessee. Future Farmers of America: District
MCDONALD, BILL JOE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McDonald, Route 3.
Lowland Road. Future Farmers of America: junior
Classical League: Pep Club.
MCFADDEN, DAVID LYNN
Son of Mr. and Mrs. D. T. McFadden, Route 3.
McKEE, BARBARA SUE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vestal McKee, Route 5,
Liberty Hill Road.
MCKINNEY, ELEANOR DEAN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. McKinney, 533
Pauline Avenue. Freshman Basketball: Basketball Man-
ager: Future Homemakers of America I.
MCKINNEY. MARY LYNN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lee Mclfinneg,
Route 1. Future Teachers of America: Library Clu ,
MCMAHAN, PI-IILLIP ANTHONY
Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McMahan, 1324 Spencer
INICNABB, -IONA RE
gaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy McNabb, 917 Truman
MANNING, WILLIAM RICHARD
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Manning, Route 5. Future
Farmers of America, Chaplain.
MARCUM, ROBERT LYNN
Son of Mrs. Mary E. Marcum, 1528 Knollwood
Heights. Freshman Class President: Football, Co-
Captain 4: Track: Honorable Mention All East Ten-
nessee: Beta Hi-Y, Vice-President 1: Alpha Hi-Y:
Pep Club, Vice-President 4: Who's Who: Mr. MHS.
MARTIN, STELLA LORRAINE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Martin, 1019 East
First North Street.
MASENGILI., DOUGLAS HENDERSON, -IR.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas H. Masengill, Route 4.
Future Farmers of America, Secretary: Key Club: Span-
ish Club: Thespians: Speech Contest Winner: Junior-
Senior Play Cast 3, 4.
INIASENGILL, VAN HIX
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. Masengill, 925 East
INIAYS. KENNETH DARYL
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dean Mays, Route 1,
Priscilla Street. Beta Hi-Y: Alpha I-Ii-Y, Chaplain 4:
Pep Club: Prom Committee.
MERHOFF, IXIARGARET ELEANOR
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Merhoff, 940
Heykoon Drive HURRICANE Staff. Ad Salesman-
Art Club: Bowling League: Future Teachers of
America: German Cub: Spanish Club: Essay Contest:
Play Committee: Prom Committee: Nativity Scene:
Junior-Senior Play Cast 4.
MILES. GARY ERNEST
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Miles, 2125 Collins Street.
MILES, GERI ELLEN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Miles, 2125 Collins
Street. Band: junior-Senior Play Cast 4. Transfer from
Cromwell High School, Cromwell, Connecticut.
MILLER, BETTY JEAN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Miller, Route 2,
Conrad Drive. Future Homemakers of America: Library
Club, Assistant: Pep Club: Future Teachers of America.
MILLS, DARRYELL EUGENE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mills, Route 2, Talbott.
MINNICH, LINDA KAYE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd R. Minnich, Route
3, Witt. Future Teachers of America: junior Classical
League: Guidance Office Assistant.
MORRIS, ROBERT IVIITCHELL
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Morris, 1832 Fairview
Road. Art Club: Concert Choir: Red Cross Council.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Morrison, 344 West Hill-
crest Drive. Pep Club.
,The vacant auditorium is transformed into a dressing room for the angels of the Nativity Scene.
INIOSS, SHIRLEY JUNE
Daughter of Gladys Moss. Route 5. Library Club,
MOYERS, SANDRA FAYE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moyers, Route.4.
Future Homemakers of America II: Junior Classical
League: Play Committee: Prom Committee.
MULLENDORE, DONNA MARIE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Mullendore, 1137
East Third North Street. HURRICANE Staff, Ad
Salesman: Future Homemakers of America II, Hrs-
torian: Future Teachers of America: Pep- Club: Senior
Y-Teens: Play Committee: Prom Committee: Nativity
Scene: Office Assistant.
MUNSEY, JAMES ALAN A
Son of Howard Munsey, Route 2. V. I. C. A., Presi-
dent. Transfer from Elizabethton High School, Eliza-
bethton, Tennessee. Student Council: Tradesman of
th Year Award.
NESMITH, WILLIAM INIICHAEL
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph P. Nesmith, Route 5.
Future Farmers of America, President 2: Key Club:
V. I. C. A.
NOE, DAVID LYNN
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Noe, Route 2, Sprout
Springs Road. ITAKHA Staff, Sports Editor: Fresh-
man Football: Alpha Hi-Y: Junior Classical League:
Pep Club: Prom Committee: Nativity Scene.
NOE, JERRY LEE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. james J. Noe, 1227 North
NOE, LINDA GAIL
lDaughter of Mr. and Mrs. David S. Noe, 1116 East
Third North Street. Senior Class Treasurer: HUR-
RICANE Staff, Ad Salesman: ITAKHA Staff, Ad
Salesman: Alpha Tri Hi-Y: Junior Classical League:
Junior Y-Teens, Secretary: Pep Club: Red Cross
Council: Band: Maiorette 2, 5, 45 Play Committee:
Prom Committee: Nativity Scene: Basketball Queen
Candidate: Beautification Queen Candidate.
OAKS, PAMELA ARWAITA
Igaughter of Mrs. Erma Dorton, 1219 Carmichael
OLER, MARY LOIS
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Bible, Route
5, Copper Ridge Road. Future Homemakers of
America: Junior Degree: Library Club, Assistant:
OWEN, INIARGIE ELOISE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Buell, 1021
North Liberty Hill Road. Transfer from Northside
High School, Roanoke, Virginia. Chorus: Student
Co-Operative Association, Representative.
PARDUE, MICHAEL BURDELL
Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Pardue, 1024 Walnut
Drive. Future Farmers of America.
PARKEY, DOROTHY JEAN 'Tv
gaughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Parkey, 927 Donna
PARRISH, PATRICIA FAYE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James William Parrish,
152 Evans Avenue. Library Club, Assistant: Red Cross
Council. Transfer from Whitesburg High School,
Whitesburg, Tennessee. Future Homemakers of Ameri-
PATRICK, REBECCA SUE .
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Patrick, Mont-
castle Drive, Lalremoore. Basketball, .Captain 4: Anchor
Club: Future Homemakers of America I, Treasurer 3:
Junior and Chapter Degrees: junior Classical League:
Pep Club: Office Assistant: Basketball Queen Can-
PATRICK, STEVEN EDWARD
Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Patrick, Montcastle Drive,
Lakemoore. Football Manager 3.
PAYNE, MARGARET ANN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Payne, 926 East
Second North Street. ITAKHA Staff, Senior Index'
Anchor Club: Beta Club: Future Teachers of
America: junior Classical League: Pep Club: Prom
Committee: Homecoming Queen Candidate: Nativity
Scene: Office Assistant.
PIGMON, BRENDA FAYE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pigmon, Route 5.
POLLACK, KIRK FERGUESON
Son of Alvin R. Pollack, Route 2, Boatman's Moun-
POTTER, CHARLOTTE LAVERNE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Potter, Route 4.
PRATT, CAROLYN LEE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Pratt, 1804
Eastern Avenue. Beta Club: Future Homemakers of
America: Library Club, Reporter, Assistant: Pep
Club: Senior Y-Teens: Spanish Club: Chorus: Choir:
Play Committee: Concert Choir Play Committee:
Beautification Queen Candidate.
PRICE, GEORGE EDWARD,
Son of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Price, Route 5.
Freshman Class Treasurer: Football, Co-Captain 4:
Beta Hi-Y, Treasurer 2: Alpha Hi-Y, Treasurer 4:
junior Classical League, President 2: Prom Com-
PRICE, MICHAEL EUGENE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Price, 925 West Sky-
line Drive. Future Farmers of America.
PURKEY, DAN FRANK
Son of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Purkey, 545 Spoone
Avenue. Pep Club.
PURKEY, LINDA JOYCE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan F. Purkey, 1231
Overlook Drive. Bowling League: Junior Classical
League: Junior Y-Teens: Spanish Club.
PURKEY, MICHAEL POWELL
Son of Powell A. Purkey, 2745 East Main Street.
Football: All East Tennessee.
RADER, SANDRA KAY
Daughter of Mrs. Jean Rader, 354 Belle Meade
Circle. HURRICANE Staff, Ad Salesman, Circula-
tion Manager 4: Alpha Tri Hi-Y: Junior Classical
League: Junior Y-Teens, Chaplain 23 Pep Club,
Executive Board 3: Band: Cheerleader: Solo and En-
semble Festival: Prom Committee: Homecoming Queen
Candidate: Beautification Queen Candidate: Optimist
Bowl Queen Candidate: Basketball Queen Candidate:
glci-Y Sweetheart: Mrs. Thompson's Assistant: Nativity
RENNER, PATRICIA ANN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton E. Renner, 463
Valley View Drive. HURRICANE Staff, Ad Sales-
man, Business Manager: Beta Tri Hi-Y: Alpha Tri
Hi-Y, Chaplain 4: Future Homemakers of America,
Reporter 2, Secretary 3: Junior and Chapter Degrees:
Pep Club: Spanish Club: Prom Committee: Band:
Cheerleader: Nativity Scene.
RI'-IEA, ROBERT DALE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Rhea, Route 2. Future
Farmers of America.
ROBERTS, CHARLES LEROY
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Roberts, Route 3.
Basketball: Future Farmers of America.
ROGERS, DEBORAH EUGENIA
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. R0 -rrs, 1427 Rus-
sell Street. Future Homemakers of Emerica: Junior
Degree: Future Teachers of America: Junior Y-Teens,
Parliamentarian: Band: Library Assistant.
ROUSE, DEBORAH LYNN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn C. Rouse, Route 3.
Junior Class Treasurer: ITAKHA Staff, Ad Salesman:
Basketball: Anchor Club, Reporter 4: Beta Club, Vice-
President 4: Future Homemakers of America III,
Chaplain 3, President 4: Junior, Chapter, and State
Degrees: Smoky Mountain Subregion FHA President
4: FHA State Convention: Junior Classical League:
Library Club: Pep Club, Assistant Secretary 3, Secre-
tary-Trensurer 4: Student Council: Play Committee:
Prom Committee Chairman: Beautification Queen Can-
didate: Harvest Festival Queen: Office Assistant-
RUCKER, LARRY WENDEL
Son of Mr. and Mis. Paul Rucker, 1240 Marguerite
grive. Freshman Football: Glee Club: Pep Club:
RUMFELT, BOBBY GENE
Sion of Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Rumfelt, 223 Tennessee
RUSSELL, PATSY SUE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Russell, Route 2,
Talbott. Sophomore Class Treasurer: Future Home-
makers of America, Reporter 2: junior and Chapter
SANDERS, RAYMOND OLIVER
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Sanders, Route 1,
Manley Circle. Beta I-Ii-Y, Chaplain: Band: Nativity
Scene. 'Transfer from Sevier junior High School,
SAUCEMAN, AJAMES EDWARD
Son of Mr. an Mrs. Doyle Sauceman, Route 1,
glussellgille. Future Farmers of America, Sentinel
, 3, .
SCHUBERT, CHARLES LEN
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schubert, 2615 West
Andrew Johnson Highway.
SCOTT, KENNETH EUGENE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Scott, 324 Apple Blossom
Lane. Freshman Football: W. C. T. U. Speech Con-
SEAL, NANCY LOU
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond R. Seal, Route
2, Brights Pike. Anchor Club: Beta Club: Bowling
League: Future Homemakers of America III: Junior
Classical League: Pep Club: Student Council: Beauti-
fication Queen Candidate.
SEALS, JANICE SMITH
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith, 723 Sherwood
Drive. V. I. C. A., Reporter 4.
SEALS, LINDA SUE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Seals, 801
South Liberty Hill Road. Future Homemakers of
America III: Library Club, Assistant.
SEALS, RALPH EDWARD
Son of Mrs. Paul Reed, 1926 Eastern Avenue.
SENTELLE, HORACE NELSON
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sentelle, Enka Village,
Lowland. Alpha Hi-Y: Art Club: German Club,
'President 3: Pep Club: Red Cross Council: Thespians:
Concert Choir: Junior-Senior Play Cast 3, 4: Concert
SEXTON, PATSY COTTER
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kaiser Cotter, 904 East
Fourth North Street. V. l. C. A., Secretary 4.
SHAVER, LOIS ANN
Daughter of Mrs. Ben H. Shaver. 709 East Second
North Street. Beta Club: Bowling League: Future
Homemakers of America, Reporter 1, Treasurer 3:
Junior and Chapter Degrees: T.V.A. dc I. Style
Show: German. Club: Junior Classical League: Junior
Y-Teens, President 2' Outstanding Junior Y-Teen
Award.: Pep Club: Student Council: Cheerleader: Play
Committee: Prom Committee Chairman: Varsity Visit:
Nativity Scene: Beautification Queen Candidate, Sec-
SHIPLEY, BETTY LOU
Daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Bert Shipley, 823 Donna
SHOCKLEY, WILLIAM HOWARD
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Shockley, Route
1, Central Church Road. Football: Alpha Hi-Y.
SHOUN, JAMES DOYAL
Son of Mr. and Mrs. James Shoun, Jr., Route 4,
Sugar Hollow Road. Band.
SHUCK, MICHAEL EUGENE
Son of Dr. and Mrs. Merlin Shuck, 2137 Collins
Street. Freshman Football: Football Manager 2. 3. 4:
Key Club, Senior Representative: Prom Committee,
SIPE, JOHN CALVIN, JR.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sipe, Route 1.
SKEEN. LARRY LEE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Skeen, 428 Mont-
rose Avenue. Alpha Hi-Y: Art Club: Key Club:
Junior-Senior Play Cast 4.
SLABBEKORN, BENJAMIN FORT
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Beniamin Slabblrorn, 542 Spruce
Street. Beta Hi-Y: Alpha Hi-Y: Junior Classical
League: Band: Prom Committee.
SMITH, ALICE SUE
Daughter of Mrs. Emerson Smith, 411 Hillcrest Drive.
Junior Classical League: Junior Y-Teens, Treasurer 2:
Library Club, Assistant: Red Cross Council: Nativity
Scene: V. I. C. A.
SMITH, ANITA CHERYL
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith, Jr., Route 3.
Beta Club: Future Homemakers of America: Office
SMITH, ELIZABETH JENNINGS
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Smith, 611
West Second North Street. Future Homemakers of
America: Junior Y-Teens: Pep Club.
SINIITH, LYNNE ANN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Smith, Warren
Drive, Lakemoore. Beta Club: Beta Tri Hi-Y, Treas-
urer 2: Alpha Tri Hi-Y, Treasurer 4: Junior Classical
League: Pep Club: Thespians: Band: Band Council,
Treasurer 2: Solo and Ensemble Festival: Cheerleader:
DAR Nominee: Student Council, Secretary 3, Presi-
dent 4: Torchbearer at Graduation: Hi-Y Sweetheart:
Freshman-Sophomore Play Prompter: Prom Committee
Chairman: Nativity Scene: Mrs. Thompson's Assistant:
Office Assistant: Beautification Queen Candidate:
Basketball Queen Candidate: Who's Who.
SMITH, WANDA GAIL
Daughter of Mrs. Hazel Smith, 503 Sunrise Avenue.
Ruture Homemakers of America I, II, III: Office
SOUTHERLAND, PAULA JEAN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Southerland. 337
West Sixth North Street. HURRICANE Staff, Sports
Editor 3: ITAKHA Staff, Sports Editor: Varsity
Basketball: Anchor Club: Beta Club: Future Home-
makers of America I, Treasurer 2: Junior and Chapter
Degrees: Pep Club: Band: Band Council, Vice-Presi-
dent 3, President 4: Swing Band: Student Council:
Play Committee: Prom Committee: Varsity Visit:
SOUTHERLAND, SANDRA GAIL
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Southerland, Route 2,
Buel Acres. Future Homemakers of America.
STARNES, BARBARA SUE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Stames, 252
Laurel Street. ITAKHA Staff, Circulation Staff:
Freshman Basketball: Anchor Club: Beta Club: De-
bating Team, President 3, 4: German Club: Pep
Club: Red Cross Council: Thespians: Play Director:
Prom Committee: W. C. T. U. Speech Contest.
STEPP, LARRY DALE
Grandson of Mrs. Bettie Stepp, 1505 Price Drive.
Track: V. I. C. A.
STINES, ALLEN LARRY
Son of James H. Stines, Route 2, Cherokee Drive.
STUBBLEFIELD. JUDITI-I ANN
Daughter of Mrs. Ida Stubblefield, 512 Scenic Drive.
Anchor Club: Future Homemakers of America, Secre-
tary 3: Junior and Chapter Degrees: FHA State Con-
vention: Pep Club: Cheerleader: Graduation Torch-
bearer: Prom Committee: Guidance Office Assistant.
SWAIM, PATRICIA ANN
Daughter.of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Swaim, 1830
Hugh Drive. Spanish Club: Library Assistant.
TALLEY, JAMES ERVIN
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Talley, 1232 Margurite
Drive. V. I. C. A.
TATE, VONDA DARLENE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Tate, 1460
TAYLOR, JUDY JENNETTE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. 'I'aylor, Route 3.
Chateton Wfoods. Beta Club: Junior Classical League:
TAYLOR, ROGER DALE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Taylor, Route 1,
TAYLOR, VIRGINIA FRENCH
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Taylor, 1449
Morningside. HURRICANE Staff, Artist: ITAKHA
Staff, Ad Salesman: Art Club, Reporter 2, 3: Beta
Club, Junior Representative, Treasurer 4: Beta Tri
Hi-Y, Parliamentarian 1, Vice-President 2: Alpha Tri
Hi-Y, Reporter 3, President 4: Tri Hi-Y Conventions:
Tri Hi-Y Pre-Legislature: Library Club: Pep Club:
Spanish Club- Regional Math Contest: Prom Com-
mittee: Hamblen County Youth Leadership Council:
TEAGUE, SHERRY VALIN
Daughter of Mr. nad Mrs. Lem Teague, 215 Scenic
Drive. Alpha Tri Hi-Y: Future Homemakers of
America II: Varsity Visit: Nativity Scene.
THAYER, STEVE ALAN
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Thayer, 527 Pauline
Avenue. Beta Hi-Y: Alpha Hi-Y: Junior Classical
geague: Pep Club: Band: Prom Committee: Nativity
THOMPSON, JAMES AARON
Son of Mrs. Ernestine Wilson, 412 Blair Street.
Transfer from West High School, Morristown, Ten-
nessee. Sophomore Class President: Varsity Football.
THOMPSON, JEANNINE EUNA
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Thompson,
1444 Nancy Circle. Nativity Scene: Junior-Senior Play
Cast 4. Transfer from West High School, Morristown,
Tennessee. Freshman Class President: Basketball: Beta
Club: Junior Classical League: National Homemakers
of America: Assistant Secretary of Future Homemakers
of America: Student Council: Chorus: Class Play
Speech Contest Winner: Office Assistant: Youth
TILLEY, KYLE FRANKLIN
Son of Mrs. Jean Drinnion, Route 3. Future Farmers
of America: V. I. C. A.
TIMMINS, DINAH LYNN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Timmins, 151
TINSLEY, RACHEL ALICE
Daughter of Mrs. Hugh S. Tinsley, 1118 Watercrest
Street. HURRICANE Staff, Ad Salesman: ITAKHA
Staff, Senior Index Chairman: Beta Club: Beta Tri
Hi-Y: Alpha Tri Hi-Y, Chaplain 3, Vice-President 4:
Tri Hi-Y Conventions: Future Homemakers of Ameri-
ca I: Junior and Chapter Degrees: Junior Classical
League: Pep Club: Prom Committee: Play Committee:
TOON, JAMES LESLIE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. iames G. Toon, Priscilla Street.
Football: Beta Hi-Y: lpha Hi-Y.
TRAVIS, DANA GERALD
Spn of Alma Travis, 725 Charles Street. Junior Clas-
sical League: Pep Club.
TREECE, AURELLIA LOUISE
Granddaughter of Mrs. Aurellia E. Treece, 316 West
Thirteenth North Street. Beta Club, Secretary 4:
V. I. .C. A., Treasurer 4: Hamblen Youth Leadershi
Council: East Tennessee Spelling Champion, 19663
Tennessee Spelling Champion 1966-67: Transfer from
West High School, Morristown, Tennessee. Science
Club, Secretary 1: Choir, Secretary 1, Reporter 1.
TRENT, GARY ALLEN
Son of Mrs. Dora Trent, Stetzer Circle.
lTROBAUGH, PAMELA LEA
Eaughte of Mr. and Mrs. Tom R. Trobaugh. Route 2,
can Station, Tennessee. Future Homemakers of
America Il: Junior Classical League: Red Cross
RNER, CURTIS JAMES, JR.
on of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis J. Turner, Sr., 235 Van
'Voorhis Avenue. Glee Club.
EURNER, JACQUELIN FAYE V
aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Turner, Mountain
View Drive. HURRICANE Staff: Freshman Basket-
sall: Art Club: Bowling League: Junior Classical
League: Pep Club: Senior Y-Teens: Prom Com-
'nitteeg Office Assistant.
TURNMIRE, GARY DEAN
'on of Mr. and Mrs. Milburn Turnmire, 427 South
,Fairmont Avenue. Basketball.
VANCE, CYNTHIA BERNICE
aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ivan Vance, 1121
ast Secolnd North Street. Future Homemakers of
AN GILDER, LACK KRANZ
on of Mrs. jack . Van Gilder, Sunset Hills. Bas-
'etballg Beta Hi-Y: Alpha I-Ii-Y.
WALKER, RAGENA ANN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Walker, 1617 Oak
Street. Junior Class President: Senior Class President:
ITAKI-IA Staff, Junior Staff Member, Club Editor:
Beta Tri Hi-Y, President 2: Alpha Tri Hi-Y, His-
'orian 3: Beta Club: Future Homemakers of America
ll: Pep Club, Treasurer 3: Spanish Club: Thespians,
reasurer 3, Vice-President 4: Band: East Tennessee
and Clinic: Solo and Ensemble Festival: Girl's State:
AR Nominee: junior-Senior Play Cast 5, 4: Prom
ommittee: Nativity Scene: Voice of Democracy Con-
st, Second Place Winner: Beautification Queen Candi-
ate: Who's Who.
WALKER, THOMAS CLAY
on of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Walker, 724 Wil-
iams Street. Basketball: Freshman Football: Key
Llub: V. I. C. A., Parliamentarian 5, President 4.
WALLACE, NICK REMOND
ion of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J. Wallace, 1509 Good-
on Avenue. German Club: Pep Club. Transfer from
'ennington High School, Penning'on Gap, Virginia.
Frack. Transfer from West High School, Morristown,
WALLACE, STANLEY RUDOLPH
ion of Margaret Wallace, 806 North Henry Street.
flasketball. Transfer from West High School, Mor-
istown, Tennessee. Band: Sports Club.
WALTON. SANDRA ELAINE
aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Walton, 2141 Orchard
treet. ITAKHA Staff, Ad Salesman: Basketball:
nchor Club, Junior Director 3: Beta Club: De-
iating Team, Secretary 3: Future Homemakers of
merica III, Secretary 3: Junior, Chapter, and State
grees: FHA State Convention: T.V.A. 8: I. Style
how: Pep Club: Play Committee: Prom Committee:
BVARNER, MARY ETHEL
aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Warner. Route
. Future Homemakers of America II: Junior Classical
.eague: Guidance Office Assistant.
QVARREN, JUDY KAY
aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Ed Warren, 717
Montvue Avenue. Future Homemakers of America
III: Senior Y-Teens.
WASSUM, CARROLL EDWARD
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wassum, Route 4.
5resihnEmAFootball: Future Farmers of America:
WATKINS, STEPHEN DUDLEY
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Watkins, Route 2,
Corpening Hills. Baseball: Football: Beta Hi-Y:
Alpha Hi-Y. '
WATSON, JACK STEVEN
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edward Watson, Route
2, Cherokee Drive. Football.
WAY, ROGER CARROLL
Son of Rev. Burton S. Way, Route 3, Witt.
WEST, MICHAEL LEE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde O. West, Route 2,
Bean Station. Football: Key Club: Pep Club: Boy's
State: Prom Committee.
WEST, VICKI ANN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James H. West, Route 4.
Junior Classical League: Choir.
Son of R. P. Westmoreland, Apple Blossom Lane.
Transfer from Greeneville High School, Greeneville
Tennessee. Lettered: Varsity Football, Basketball and
Track: Physical Fitness Club.
WESTON, JENECE ARLENE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Weston, Route 1,
WHITEHEAD, GARY DALE
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Whitehead, Route 2,
Talbott. Future Farmers of America.
WILKINSON, EDWIN WRAY
Son of Dr. and Mrs. Fred Wilkinson, 1011 East
First North Street.
WILLIAMS, ERWIN MAX
Son of Mr. and Mrs. james E. Williams, 1905
I-lolston Valle Road. V. I. C. A. Transfer from
Powell High School, Knoxville, Tennessee. Baseball.
WILLIAMS, JANET LOUISE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd R. Williams, Sr.,
Route 4, McCrary Street. Spanish Club: Thespiansg
Band: Play Committee. Transfer from Ketron High
School, Kingsport, Tennessee. Current Events Club:
WILLIAMS, JUDY YVONNE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Williams,
Route 4, Manley Circle.
WILLIAMS, NANCY DIANE
Daughter of Mrs. Inez Williams, 418 Charles Street.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Williams, Route 5.
WILLIAMS, SANDRA ANN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Williams, 1632
East Main Street. Senior Class Secretary: ITAKHA
Stafl, junior Staff Member, Co-Editor: Basketball:
Anchor Club: Beta Club: Future Homemakers of
America Ill: Future Teachers of America, Reporter 4:
Junior Classcal League: Pep Club: Spanish Club,
Secretary 4: Band: Girl's State: DAR Representative:
Play Prompter: Prom Committee: Nativity Scene:
Varsity Visit: Who's Who.
WISECARVER, KATHY LYNN
Daughter of Mrs. Virginia Wisecarver, 1157 Mar-
WITHERELL, NANCY JANE
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Witherell, 444
Laurel Street. Beta Club: Bowling League: Future
Homemakers of America I: Junior Classical League:
Library Club, Assistant: Pep Club: Senior Y-Teens:
WOOD, REBECCA ANN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Wood. 615 Shock-
ley Avenue. Alpha Tri Hi-Y: Bowling League: Junior
Classical League: Library Club: Spanish Club.
WOOD, THOMAS RUSSELL
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill M. Wood, Route 1.
Alpha Hi-Y: Pep Club.
WRIGHT, ROBERT LARRY
Sion of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Wright, 440 Sunrise
WRIGHT, WILLIAM STEPHEN
Son of Mr. and Mrs. james S. Wright, 1105 Catalonia
Avenue. Freshman Football: Beta Hi-Y: Alpha Hi-Y:
YEARY, TERRY ANTHONY
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Obie Yeary, 422 Blair Street.
YOUNT, MELISSA KAREN
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Yount, Route
5. Debating Team, Vice-President 3: Future Teachers
of America: Junior Classical League.
Members of the Senior Class listens intently to the guest speaker during the Who's Who Program.
Bible, Miss Judith, 83. 122
Biddle, William. 39. 120
Breeding, Mrs. Yater, 120
Brown, Charles E., 128
Brown, Mrs. Charles E., 86, 126
Glennon, 67, 127
Brown: Mrs. Roby C., 124
Beeler, Shari, 45, 56, 60, 61, 86, 148
Bnrmmitt, Mrs. Jake, 125
Cain, S. A.. 118
Catron, Miss Aileen, 77, 124
Catron. Miss Grace, 76. 77. 123
Chrisman. Dale, 97, 100, 123
Colle, Martha Lou, 128
Conkin, Mrs. John R., 122
CuPP- Mrs. Harry, 86, 126
Davis, Burleigh, 5, 8, 96, 97, 127
Davis, Mrs. Burleigh, 96, 122
Adams. Bill, 11, 27, 29, 43, 46, 80, 81,
89, 95, 98, 110, 115, 134
Adams, David A., 134
Adams, David P., 134
Adams, Maggie, 62, 158
Adams, Nancy, 168
Sharon. 53. 62, 158, 162
Steve, 2, 95, 148
der. Ruth, 168
Allen, Barbara, 134, 148
Allen, Becky, 11, 37, 38, 44, 45, 56,
79, 84, 85, 91, 148, 150
Allen, Charles, 168
Allen, Janice, 62, 134
Allen, William Mike, 158
Allen. William Steven, 48, 77, 110, 168
Alston, Joseph. 168
Alvis, Barbara, 58, 68, 69
Amos, Brenda. 168
Amos, Mike, 168
Amos, Pat, 148
Am , Brenda, 158
Andgrson, Bobby, 148
Anderson, Charles, 64, 148
Anderson, Dale, 164
Anderson, Judy, 168
Anderson. Mark, 4. 36, 37, 46, 134
Anderson, Wayne, 168
Ando, Kayoko, 50, 84, 148
Antrican, Gary, 134
Antrican, Jackie, 168
Armstrong. Deloris, 158
Amold, rent, 111, 158
Amold, David, 168
Amold, Dixie, 134
Atwood, Bobby. 164
Asbury, Terry, 158
Ashley, Vicky, 168
Atchley, Billy, 158
Atkins, Carol, 168
, Ga e, 5
Atkins, Mary, 43, 134
Clay, 41, ies
Austin: Darlene, 45, 56. 80, 89, 148
Austin, John, 65, 76, 168
Austin, Lee Larkin, 148
Bacon, Bobby. 95
Baker, Jackie. 134
Baker, Jim. 74
Baker, Re ina, 148
Deliores, 84. 91, 134, 226
Ste hen 158
Ball, Sanclzra, 76, 158
Ball, Tel'l'Y- 95, 103, 115, 158, 166
Ballard, Ann, 168
Ballard, Dorothy, 164
Banner, Lena, 158
Banner, Ralph, 148
Banner, Rita, 91, 134
Barbee, Donnie, 164
Barnard, Jack, 158
Bauch, Kathy, 62, 148
Baxley, Patricia, 58, 70, 158
Baxteir, John, 18, 95, 96, 98, 99
Beam, Gary, 65, 66, 154
Beam, Mark, 66, 134
Beard, Mary, 164
Beck, Cathy, 53, 62, 74
Beck, Debbie, 6, 45, 76, 158
Beckett, Kathryn, 52, 53, 84, 158, 168
Beckner, Buddy, 158
Beckner, David, 100, 168
DeBusk, Mrs. Luther M., 62, 130, 177
Easterly, George A., 129
Eckel. J. Anthony. 54, 97, 102,
Edwards. Mrs. Paul, 43, 120
Francis, Wendell, 120
Goddard, Mrs. Paul, 126
Goldfinch, Mrs. Lame, 122
Gray, Miss Leah Anne, 122
Hale. Miss Charles Grace, 125
Hilten, Mrs. Robert L., 55, 122
Hodges, Virginia, 44, 121
Horner, Miss Jane, 123
llgnes, Mrs. John K., 56, 83, 123
eener, George, 54, 129, 245
Keezel, W. B., 109, 114, 128
Kelley, Mrs. N. C., 58, 130
Kilgore, Miss Anna Belle, 122, 123
McDonald, Donald, 97, 110, 111, 127
McKinley. Mrs. H. Evan, 35, 121
Neill, William J., 46, 48, 128
Nichols, Mrs. James A., 129, 177
Northem, Mrs. John A., 129
Osborne. Wfilliam P., 83, 121
Pearson, Kenneth, 126
Pemberton, Jack, 83, 118, 246
Phillips, Gene, 128
Phillips, James M., 129
Phillips, Mrs. James M., 125
Quarles, Gene J., 102, 103, 129, 248
Quarles. O'Neal, 127
Radar, Bob, 127
Roark. Mrs. Vernon, 128, 246
Ruth, Denver J., 64, 130
Rutherford, Mrs. Glenn, 85, 125
Saulsbury, James W.. 97, 127'
Donnie, 110, 111, 134
Beene, Ronnie, 46, 110, 111, 134
Beene, Sherry, 62, 69
Beets, Bobby, 54, 148
Beets, Earl, 158
Beets, James, 54, 76, 158
Bfsts, Jan. 45. 62, 63, 79, 109. 134
Beets, eff, 158
Beets, ohn, 80
Beier, oug, 48. 76, 95. 115, 159
Beier, Gwen, 53, 109, 168, 175
Bell, Jim. 168
Bell, Linda, 168
Bell, Phyllis. 158
Bellamy, Jane, 29, 134
Bellamy, Sherry, 60. 76, 158
Berry, Vickie Lisa, 40, 58, 168
Bew ey, Andrea, 134
Bewley, Carol, 74
Bewley, Janice, 59. 86, 91, 135
Bewley, Rita, 60, 158
Bibbins, James, 158
Bible, Betty, 148
Bible, Jeffrey. 168
Bible, Kathy, 4, so, 135, zos
Bible. Libby. 2. 47. 53. 76. 158. 202
Birchfield, Linda, 58, 77, 158
Birchfield, Robert, 110, 148
Bireley. I-aura. ss. 36. 40. so, 56, sz.
84, 143, 199
Bireley, Virginia Lynne, 62, 74
Bishop, Judy. 148
Bivens, Arnie, 103, -158
Bivens, Tom, 83, 135
Black. Gary, 48, 110, 111, 158
Black. Kathy, 148
Blakcley, Dexter, 86, 168
Blakeley, Vickie, 86
Bledsoe, Mary, 148
Blevins, Mary, 43, 62, 148
Boatright, Marie, 168
Boatright, Sydney. 158
Bolden, Barbara, 148
Bowen, Gregory, 155
Bowlin, Brenda, 62, 168
Bowlin, Ronald, 148
Brabston, Dianne, 34, 44, 45, 56, 91,
Bracken, Clycla, 58
Bradley, Doyle, 158
Bradley, Kay, 40, 53. 76, 84, 158
Bradley, Patsy, 45, 60. 61, 84, 86, 87.
Bragg. Walter, 95
Branson, James, 168
Braswell, Robert, 46, 135
Bray, Becki, 36, 40, 50, 62, 79, 84, 148
Bray, Bill, 148
Bray, Rhonda, 55, 60, 158
Braziel, Dow, 135
Breeden, William, 168
Breeding, David, 65. 158
Breeding, Dianne, 58, 91, 135
Breeding, Keith, 54, 103, 148
Breeding, Lynn, 54, 56, 103, 104, 106,
Breeding, Peggy, 168
Brisentine. Anita, 168
Brittain, Anne, 24, 29, 35, 45, 56, 79,
Rl, 91. 135, 100
Brittain, Kay, 53, 60, 84, 168
Britton, Gary, 168
Britton, Linda, 82, 86, 87, 158
Brock, Barbara, 76, 84, 168
Brock, Bobby, 135
Brock, Diana, 45, 56, 62, 148
Brock, Elaine, 62, 70, 77, 168
Brock, Vickie, 40, 168
Brooks, Allen, 135
Brooks, Bobby, 164
Brooks, Chris, 168
Brooks, David, 158
Brooks, David Carl, 46, 110, 111, 155
Brooks, Delores, 135
Brooks, Donald, 75, 155
Brooks, Kathy, 62, 168
Brooks, Kathy, J., 168
Brooks, Kenny, 86, 168
Brooks, Lynn, 40, 148, 158
Brooks, Marcus, 168
Brooks, Peggy, 62, 158
Brooks, Terry, 54
Brotherton, Cloe, 158
Brown, Eric, 105, 115, 131, 155
Brown, Patricia, 158
Brown, Roger, 105, 168
Brown, Victor, 103, 104
Broyles, Samuel, 168
Broyles, Sharon, 148
Bmce, Rena, 62, 168
Bryan, Aaron, 148
Bryan, Alicia, 43, 62, 148
Bryant, Carolyn, 158
Buchanan, Becky, 68, 69, 79, 148
Buchanan, Dana, 135
Buchanan, John, 115, 135
Buckner, Donna, 55. 168
Buckner, Michael, 48, l0l, ll8, 158
Buckner, Michael O., 6, 36, 38, 54, 8
Buell, Freida, 168
Buell, Teresa, 148
Bullion, Janice, 62, 148
Bunch, Michael, 148
Bunch, Pats , 168
Bunch, Sandlra, 168
Bunch, Vickey, 168
Burchett, Bob, 135
Burchett, Charlotte, 91, 135
Burgin, Jack, 169
Buttry, Andrea, 86, 87, 158
Buttrg, Shelia, 60, 149
Byar , Clyde, 135
Byrd, Gary, 158
Byrd, Michael, 158
Cain, Martha, 169
Cain, Samuel, 105, 158
Caldwell, Carolyn, 43, 50, 60, 72, 79,
Callicutt, Kathy, 124, 158
Cameron, Patricia, 135
Cameron, Ronnie, 149
Campbell, Michael, 76, 15B
Cansler, Cynthia, 60, 169
Cantrell, Johnny, 149
Cantwell, Robert, 46, 149
Capps, Kathy, 169
Capps, Paula, 50. 56. 79, 97, 1-19
Cardwell, Billie, 5, 79, 135
Carmichael, Frances, 169
Carmichael, Sandra, 159
Carmon, Gary, 159
Carpenter, Delores Ann, 60, 84, 86, 159
Carpenter, Eddie, 88
Carpenter, Katherine, 169
Carpenter, Mike, 169
Carpenter, Nancy, 169
Carpenter, Steve, 48, 95, 100
Carpet. James, 95. 101, II9
Carr, Billy, 169
Carroll, Jerry, 135
Carroll, Rita, 149
Carson, Richard G., 46, 159
Richard L., 149
caissnf vifkifss, sz, 11, sa, 169
Carter, Bobby, 169
Carter, Debbie, 58, 159
Sharpe, Ralph Wesley, 123
Shaver, Mrs. Ben H., 128
Smith. Mrs. Clarence A., 68, 128 ,
Smith, Mrs. Eugene G., 61, 130
Stambaugh. Mrs. Jim W., 5, 126
Strange, Charles H., 118
Thompson, Mrs. Kyle, 121
Trobaugh, Miss Cynthia, 14, 53, 81, 88,
Vaughn, Alden K., 102, 103, 105, 125,
Watkins, Mrs. Jasper, 125
Weesner. Morrell. 33. 37, 118, 142
White. Mrs. Roger, 124
Williams, Mrs. Maurice, 44, 90. 127
W'illi:ims, Raymond, 97, 129
Wilstin, Mrs. XVilliam H., 125
Wolfe, Mrs. Hiram W., 70, 129
Carter, Patricia, 74, 76, 82, 86, 159
Carter, Richard, 18, 25, 29, 33, 46, 56,
72, 35, 89, 95. 98 135
Cash. Angela, 34, 56, 69, 78, 79, 84,
Catton, Linda, 16, 26, 29, 36, 51, 135
Catron, Mary, 169
Caudill, James, 100, 149
Chamberlain, Merle, 43, 136
Chambers, Sharon, 169
Chance, John, 54, 64, 65, 136
Chandler, Christine, 36, 37, 38, 40, 56,
74, so, ai, ez. sa, 84, 86, 149
Chapman, Brenda Kay, 87, 136
Chapman, Robert, 159 l
Charles, Alice, 36, 37, 50, 149, 150 ,
Charles, Bob, 25, 29, 32, 33, 34, 35, 39, 1
40, 41, 46, 56, 72, 82, 89, 1.56
Charles, William, 48, 169
Christian, Donna, 169
Christian. Douglas. 66, 67, 136
Christian, Tina, 58, 169
Claborn, Bobby, 115
Claborn, Shelia, 169
Claborn, Twana, 62, 86, 109, 169
Claborn, Willie, 54, 159
Claiborne, Kenneth, 65, 159
Claiborne, Wayne, 77, 169
Clark, Diane, 62, 169
Clark, Ga , 149
Clark, Gilda, 169
Clarkson, Donna, 60, 69, 136
Clement, Hugh, 103, 104, 105, 136
Clement, Wayne, 7
Clemons. Patricia, 70, 74, 159
Clevenger, Kathy, 60, 149
Clevenger, Linda, 169
Clevenger, Patricia, 60, 159
Climer, Charles, 159
Climer, Robert, 169
Cline, Donald, 159
Cline, Ronald, 95, 169
Cloar, Campbell, 79, 136
Cloar, Jean Anne, 52, 53, 74, 76, 159
Cobble, Beatrice, 136
Cobble, Johnny, 136
Cochran, George, 43, 149
Cochran, Linda, 60, 70
Coffey, Glenda, 169
Coffey, Rebecca, 159
Coffey, Sandra, 169
Coffey, Sherry, 62, 66, 136
Coffey, Sylvia, 58, 169
Coffey, William, 159
Coffman, Sandi, 74
Cohen, Debra, 58, 76, 82, 169
Coker, Nancy, 84, 149
Cole, Charles, 169
Cole, Donna, 159
Cole, Patricia, 29, 136
Collake, Judy, 169
Collier, Claude, 169
Collins, Betty, 45, 62, 69. 79, 91, 149
Collins, Danny, 149
Collins, Darlene, 169
Collins, Donald, 159
Collins, Faye, 169
Collins, Joe, 106, 169
Collins, Kathy, 159
Collins, Larry, 112, ll9
Collins, Nancy. 86, 87, 90, 119
Collins, Rhonda, 58, 76, 84, 159
Collins, Robert L., 16, 136
Collins, Ronnie, 169
Collins, Sandra, 62
Collins, Steve, 65
Collins, Tommy, 169
Collins, Xlvilliam, 169
Combs, James, 159
Combs, Mary. 169
Combs, Steve. 46, 136, 193
Compton, Michael, 16, 34, 36, 72, 73,
82, 84, 136
Connor, Ann, 58, 169
Conway, Gordon, 100, 169
Conway, Warren, 54, 136
Cook, Donald, 169
Cook, Katherine, 149
Cook, Linda, 159
Cook, Wilma, 159
Cooper, Rhoda, 40, 169
Cooper, Robert, 159
Cope Jerry, 159
Copeland, James, 100, 169
Cornwell, Donna, 86, 149
Drake, Shirley, 79, 137
Drinnon. Alicia, 60, 82
Drinnon, Bobby, 160
Drinnon, Dagana, 170
Drinnon, Darlene, 170
Drinnon, Johnny, 161
Dubois, Charlotte, 161
Duby, Tim, 36, 37, 46,
Dudley, Cindy, 137
47, 80, 82, 83,
Dugger, Brenda, 53, 74, 161
Dyer, Patricia, 60, 76
Comm, Flora, 169
Comm, Linda, 159
Cosson, Cindy, 62, 86, 87, 169
Cosson, Freddie, 160
Cosson, Susan, 53, 62, 107, 160, 162
Cotter, Brenda, 169
Enly, Charlotte, 170
Earls, Geraldine, 170
Easley, Jacqueline, 58
Giedde, David, 26, 29, 35, 41, 46, 56,
78. 79. 138. 209
Glass, Doug, 54. 72, 151, 152
Glenn. Robert. 38. 40, 54, 77, 161
Goan, Mary. 138
Goan, Randy, 40, 48, 161
Goforth, George, 66
Goforth, Linda, 43
Goins, Mike, 101
Goins, William, 95, 151
Gooch, Warren, 77, 103
Goodman, Sue, 170
Goodwin, Billie, 79. 138, 151
Graham, Debbie, 170
Graham, Rebecca, 48, 49. 53. 97, 161
Gratz, Joey, 151
Graves, Patricia, 36, 37. 53. 76, 107,
Gray, Richard, 33. 35, 41, -16, 56, 151,
Helton: cheryl, so, si, 152
Helton, David, 105, 170, 175
Helton, David M., 48, 152
Helton, Edward, 77, 170
Helton, Glenda, 63, 161
Helton. Jerry. 55. 139
Helton, Jghnny, 139
Helton, athy, 161
Helton, Sandra, 60, 152
Helton, Steve, 161
Helton Terry. 170
Henderson. Richard, 66
Henegar, Keith, 40, 139
Hickey. Gayle. 36. 50. 56. 62. 84. 91.
HiCkS. Childs. 55. 95. 98. 99. 139
Hicks, Pat, 58, 71. 170
Courtney, Ronnie, 136
Covington, Brenda, 58, 150
Cowan, Calvin, 43, 145
Cowan, James, 150
Cowan, Lance, 101, 169
Cowan, Robert, 169
Cox, Allen, 160
Cox. Donna, 40, 58, 160
Cox, Earlene, 38, 45, 80, 81, 84, 90, 91
Cox, James, 77
Cox, Lois, 136
Cox, Margaret, 160
Cox, Michael, 40, 160, 1
Cox, Rebecca, 160
Craine, Charles, 136
Crews, Terry, 43, 136
Crider, Dianna, 150
Crider, Doris, 169
Crider, Mike, 160
Crider, Mildred, 74, 160
Crigger, Patsy, 136
Croley, Rebecca, 58, 160
Crosby, Larry, 65, 169
Cross. Donna, 169
Cross. Wanda, 56, 62, 80, 150
Crum, Delores, 60, 70, 160
lle Laura 160
Cu Y. .
Culvern, Janine, 34, 41, 50, 56, 72, 73,
Cupp, Bobb , 54, 150
Cupp, Carolyn, 56, 68, 69, 79, 136, 142
Cupp. Glenn, 169
Cutshaw, Gwen, 60, 71,
Dailey, Wayne, 110
Dalton, Larry, 46. 95, 10
Daniel, Billy. 150
Daniels, Jamie, 169
1, 1-19, 150
Darden, William, 32, 95, 150, 219
Darnell, Danny, 160
Darnell, Debra, 71, 74, 160
Davenport, Nick, 160
Davidson, Kathy, 109
Davidson. Mary, 169
Davis, Bert, 169
Davis, Carter, 100, 101, 169
Eaton,alane, 40, 58, 71
Edmon s, Doris Ann, 89, 137
Edmonds, Terry, 54, 100, 161
Edwards, Barbara, 62, 125, 161
Edwards, Donald, 27, 29, 40, 46, 56,
Edwards. Michael, 76, 161
Elam, Dallas, 170
Elkins, Jimmie, 161
Elkins, Lois, 137
Elkins, Sharon, 60, 84, 161
Elkins, Thomas, 161
Ellis, Diane, 170
Ellison, Carolyn, 58, 76, 161
Ellison, Nancy, 37, 45, 60, 150
Elmore, Gladys, 150
Elmore, Shirley, 161
Ely, Dennis, 105, 151
Emming, Barbara, 151
Emming, Lorreta, 170
Epps, Earcil, 161
Epps, Patricia, 82, 161
Estep, John, 170
Estes, Ben, 170
Evans, Donna, 40, 60, 61, 70, 161
Everhart, Doyle, 170
Everidge, Michael, 170
Ewing, Bobby, 106, 170
Ezell. Lynn. 29. 34, 45. 56. 74. 137
Faddis, Brenda, 151
Fahey, George, 161
Fahey, Michael, 170
Fain, Althia, 43. 137
Fain, Angelia, 76, 170
Fain, Rosalyn, 80, 151
Farmer, Allen, 65
Farmer, Betty. 55, 44, 45, 90, 91, 137,
Farmer, Wade. 170
Farris, Shari, 34, 35, 50, 56, 78, 79, 82,
91, 137, 200
Feeney, Virginia, 40, 53. 77, 84
Ferguson, Terry, 62, 90, 137
Ferrell, Joann, 170
Ferrell, Margaret, 58, 86, 151
Fields, Bruce. 101
Fields, Sandra, 86, 170
Fields, Susan, 61, 83
Finley, Steven, 161
Hicks, William, 76, 170
Higgins, Mark, 161
Hi eman, Jan, 60, 91, 139
Hill, Alice, 82
Hill, Becky, 63, 70, 162
Hill. Betty. 91. 139. 226
Hill, Kathy. 90, 139
Hill, Linda, 139
Hill, Mary. 58. 170
Hill Vernon, 162
Green, Phyllis, 138
Greene Ava, 62, 80, 84, 161
Greene, Carole, 138
Greene, Charles, 6, 161
Greene, Darius, 76
Greene Debbie, 58, 170
Greene. Delores, 76, 170
Greene, Dennis, 161
Greene, Gail, 40
Greene Jeff, 100, 170
Greene Philip, 138
Greene: Rose, 60, 161
Greene, Sharon, 69, 138
Gregg, Donald, 151
Gregg, Johnny, 106, 170
Grego , Billy, 54, 151
Gri fen, Jerry, 138
Griffin, Sadie, 62, 71, 74
GflgSbY. Joe. 53. 36, 37, 54, 55, 56, 151
Grigsby, Sam, 77, 170
rommon Debbie 71 161
G . . .
Gudis, Steve, 70, 101, 150, 151
Guertin, Deborah, 40, 80, 81, 82, 84,
Guertin, Mary, 10, 38, 40, 44, 45, 56,
72, 80. Bl, BZ. 83, 151
Guice. Donny. 16. 3-l. 35, 56, 138
Guice, Sandra. 34. 39, 40, 50, 82, 151,
Gulley, Bobby, 151
Guyette, Cherie, 48. 55. 63, 170
Guyette, Susan, 151
Haggerty, Ann, 41, 77, 82, 84, 170
Haggerty, Kate, 23, 29, 34, 45, 56, 79,
82. 83. 84. 138
Hale, James, 161
Hale, Michael, 48, 49, 161
Hale, Sam, 33, 54, 55, 56, 64, 65, 138
Hale, Stephen, 54,
Hall, Alice, 60, 84. 151
Hall, Earl, 151
Hall, Edith, 170
Hall, John, 95, 98, 110,
103. 104, 114, 115,
Hamilton. Doug. 7,
Hammond. Sharon, 151
Davis, Cathy. 33. 50, 150
Davis, Eddie, 65, 160
Davis, Janice, 24, 29, 34, 44, 45, 56.
62, 63. 136
Davis, Jeanette, 150
Davis, Gail, 109, 160
Davis, Margaret, 169
Davis, Mikie, 160
Davis Steve, 43, 136
Dean: ,lu Ann, 137
Dean, Sandra, 137
, Jean, 169
Fisher, Margaret, 4, 35, 41, 50, 56, 138,
Russell, 100, 170
Flack, Kathy. 56, 69, 84, 151, 152
Folsom, Frances, 58, 71, 76, 89, 161
Folsom, Tommy. 54, 69, 72, 80, 81, 89,
Ford, Barbara. 36, 5-1, 56, 68, 69, 82,
35. 97. 159
Ford, Bruce, 150,
Foust, Byron, 33,
Fowler, Georgia, 86, 170
39, 41, 48, 105. 161
Haney. Diana, 63. 70, 74, 161
Haney, Dwane. 151
Haney, Lana, 40, 71, 77, 170
Hansard, David, 106, 170
Harbin. Delores, 43, 170
Harbin, Shelia. 37. 86
Hardin, Ronald, 95. 151
Hardy. lean Ann, 53, 63, 77, 161
Harmon, John, 170
Harmon, Sue, 45. 56. 90, 91. 139
Harrell. David, 151
Delaney, Brenda, 23, 29, 43, 76, 137,
Delph, Elsie, 169
Demko, Marilyn, 41, 62, 169
Demko, Rebecca, 137
Demko, Robert, 169
Herbert, 77, 169
Deneau, Kim, 40
Denham, Barry, 46, 47, 115, 150
Deniston. Nita, 169
Dennis, Donna, 137
Dennis, Patricia, 169
Dennis, Sandra, 160
Denton, Benny, 48, 96, 160
Denton, Sonny, 66, 137
Denton, Theresa, 76. 86, 160
Depew, Betty, 76, 169
DeVault, Phillip, 111
Dickerson, Terry, 169
Dietrich, Dennis, 100, 169
Dingus, Rita, 169
Dixon, Cynthia, 35, 50, 137, 211
Fox, Brenda, 161
Fox, Glenda, 161
Francis, Nick, 54, 55, 95, 110, 151
Francis, Tony, 170
Francisco, James, 170
Franklin, George, 138
Free, Jacky, 106, 170
Freeman, Dennis, 48, 170
Fugate, William, 170
Fuller, Alfred, 151
Fuller, Freddy, 46, 47
Fuller, James, 138
Fuller, Judy, 76, 170
Fullington, Jimmy, 64,
Gaby, Judy, 161
Gaby, Willard, 77, 170
Gardner, Glena, 170
Harrell, Patricia, 77, 81, 168, 170
Harrell, Richard, 76, 95, 101, 151
Harrell, Russell, 170
Hilten, RiCl1al'd, 55. '57, 110, 111, 152
Hinkle, Gale, 66, 139
Hinkle, Jan, 6, 45, 60, 61, 152, 169
Hinkle, Pamela, 52, 53 63, 170
Hip.i.i.e, shui., ea, 16, 162
Hite, Brenda, 152
Hodge, Brenda, 152
Hodge, ames, 48, 76, 162
Hodge, udy, 171
Hod e, ancy, 43, 162
Hodge, Patricia, 36, 37, 50, 57, 83, 84,
85, 91, 139. 211
Hodge, Susan, 60, 90, 162
Hodges, Robert, 36, 46, 152, 245
Holbert, James, 171
Holdwa , Robert, 162
Hollifiefd, Carlos, 102
Holmes, Robert, 41, 171
Holt, Barbara, 91, 152
Holt, Brenda, 26, 29, 34. 35. 57. 84, 86
87, 89. 126, 139
Holt, Charles, 162
Holt, Rose, 18, 19, 50, 57, 60, 97,
Holt, Sanford, 48, 100, 171
Holt, Steven, 171
Holt. William, 171
Honeycutt, William, 171
Hoover, Mike, 43
Hopkins, Bobby, 171
Hopkins, Phyllis, 80, 162
Hopkins. Wanda, 63
Hopson, Dallas, 171
Hopson, Sandra, 58, 109. 171
Homer, Elizabeth, 139
Homer, lack, 152
Horner, Jimmie, 162
Horner, Rhonda, 162
HOIIOH. Bill. 2-l. 29. 33. 46. 57. 95. 98.
Houston, Edith, 162
Houston, Stephen, 171
Houston, Vickie, 59, 162
Howard, Robert, 139
Howell, Humphrey, 139
Howell, James, 40, 46, 79, 139
Howerton, James, 139
Howington, Phyllis, 139
Hubbs, Ray, 171
Hudtgens, Gary, 171
Huf , Lamar. 140
Hughes, Patricia, 40, 41, 162
Huguenard, Judy. 40, 45, 76, 162
Hull, Frank, 48, 162
Humpston, Cil, 36, 37, 38, 40, 44, 45,
57, 140, 226
Dockery, Shelia, 169
Doka, Pat, 137
son, Jackie, 160
Donaldson, Ralph, 150
Donaldson, Yvonne, 170
Dougherty, Beth, 150
Douglas, Debbie, 40, 41, 53, 76. 160
Douglas, Peggy, 40, 41, 91, 150, 215
Douthat, Gary, 76, 170
Gentry, Joan, 29
Gibson, Brenda, 170
Gibson, Darlene, 170
Gibson, James, 111
Gibson, Shirley, 151
Gilbert: Daniel, im
haron, 58, 70, 161
Gilliam, Phyllis, 170
Gilliam, William, 170
Harrell, Sammy, 65. 170
Harris, Patricia, 76. 170. 172
Barbara, 63. 82, 91, 151
Harrison, Cheryl, 60. 170
Harrison, Earlene, 40, 58, 170
Harrison, Judy, 40, 68, 69. 139
Harrison, Stan, 36, 37, 48, 49. 160, 161
Hart, Richard, 2, 54. 56. 151
Hartman, Ginger, 170
Hartman. Sandra, 151
Harville, Dennis, 170
Harville, Judy. 91. 139
Harville, Kathy, 58
Harville, Roy, 139
Harville, Sherry, 56, 77, 84, 86, 91.
Hastie, James, 54, 151
Hastie, John, 55. 138
Hatcher, Joyce, 161
Hattaway. Belinda, 139
Hawk, Mike, 161
Hayes, Linda, 170
Hayes, Michael, 170
Haynes, Lee, 66
Haynes, Mary, 161
Hayter, Betsy, 40, 53. 58, 161
Hayter, lackie, 46, 80. 81, 100, 152
Heck, Connie, 161, 226
Heck, Judy, 60, 152
Helm, Sandra, 161
Hurley, Gary, 43, 140
Mark, 41. 55. 162
Hurst, Danny, 43, 140
Hurst, Darlene, 59. 171
Hurst, Diana, 45, 57, 91, 140
Hurst, Judy, 171
Hurst. Kathy, 77, 171
Hurst, Larry, 16. 46, 81, 82, 126, 140
Hurt, Thomas. 140
Huxley, Keith, 152
Idell, Richard, 66, 67, 140
Inman, Bobby, 95, 98. 99. 140
Inman, Deborah. 90, 152
Inman, Diana, 86, 171
Inman, Olivia, 77, 171
Inman Stanle 171
Irwin,'Randal1,' 94, 95, Qs, 99. us, 140
Ison, Sharlynn, 63, 80, 162
Ivy, Sharon, 162
Ivy, William. 171
Jackson, Larry, 162
Jarnagin, Jannell, 52, 53, 84, 171
Laughters, Tommy, 55. 95, 163
Jamagin, Linda, 60, 152
,larnigan, Blanche, 162
qlarnigan, Charles, 162
Jarnigan, Rita, 38, 58, 91, 162
,larnigan, Roger, 114, 115
Jefferson Bert, 171
Jefferson, Jane, 171
,lenkins, Willis, 162
,lessee, Jane, 36, 37, 50, 79, 91
jessup, Jenny, 162
Jett, Brenda, 76, 107, 162
Jinks, Larry, 162
lohris, Danny, 162
lohns, Mary. 58, 76, 84, 86, 162
lohns, Rebecca, 26, 29, 34, 44, 45, 57
82, 84, 85, 140
lohnson, Allen, 171
Lane, Sherril, 172
Lane, Wilma, 153
Laughters, Michael, 18, 19, 95. 98, 110
Laughters, Voneda, 59. 172
Lawson, Dean, 66
Lawson, Patricia, 163
Leabow, Billie, 172
Leabow, Gail, 109
Leatherman, Chris, 163
Manning, Carroll, 76
Manning, John, 65, 173
Manning, Johnny, 164
Manning, Linda, 58, 86, 87, 153
Manning, William, 64, 65, 142
Lee, Charlene, 71, 76, 86, 163
Lee, David, 77
Lee, Earlene, 140
Lee, Johnny, 172
Lee, Tommy, 163
Lefevers, Pauletta, 163
Mantooth, Terry, 173
Marcum. Bobby, 18, 22, 29, 46, 89, 95,
98, 110. 111, 142
Marcum. Rita. 40. 76, 82, 164
Marshall, Clifford, 66
Marshall, Edna, 164
Marshall, Karen, 40, 45, 63, 164
Marshall, Loretta, 153 -
Mart. Debra. 59, 71, 84, 86, 109, 164
Martin Cathy 61 164
Jones, Dann , 65, 152
Jlohnsim, Cathy, 57, 60, 61, 69, 140
Johnson, Gary, 106, 171
Johnson, Janet, 32, 33, 37, 53, 59, 97,
Johnson, Joyce, 152
Johnson, Lamar, 152
johnson, Larry, 76, 163
Johnson, Mike. 171
Johnson, Patricia, 163
Johnson, Rita, 16, 26, 29, 34, 40, 45.
57. 79. 137, 140
Johnson, Terry, 171
Johnston, David. 171
ones, Allan, 46, 95, 98, 99, 115, 140
Lefevers, Walter, 172
Leonard, Clarence, 153
Leonard, Diane, 172
Leonard, Rhonda, 172
Mminf David: 401 4s, 164
Mania, Judy. -ia, isa, in
Martin, Linda, 153
Noe, Nancy, 40, 52, 53. 76, 164
Noe, Robert, 173
Noe, Willis, 164
Oakes, Carter, 76, 101, 154
Oaks, Pam, 143
Odom, Patricia, 57, 69, 154
Odom. Sandra, 107, 154
Oler, Mary Lois, 143
O'Neal, Marian, 59, 173
Ooten, Leslie, 5, 69, 79, 154
Ooten, Russell, 173
Orrick, James, 173
Miiingiii, Doug, ss, 64, 65, 19, 130,
Overholt. Eddie, 38, 46, 72, 80, 154
Overholt, Ralph, 49,
Overholt, Wynn, 45,
Owen, Donnie W., 164
Lepew, Martain, 172
Lewis, Beverly, 172
Lewis, Helen, 10, 40, 45, 163
Lewis, Janice, 172
Lewis, Pats , 60, 84, 86, 163
Lewis, Sandra, 141
Linkous, Sandra, 153
Masengill, Hix, 142
Mason, David, 122
Mason, Nancy, 66, 153
Mathews. Chuck, 95, 153
Mathis, Elizabeth, 41, 153
Matthews, Gary, 173
Matthews, Mary, 173
Jones, Davil 110
Jones, Deborah, 52, 53, 60, 76, 163
ones, Frankie. 171
ones, Kathy, 40, 76, 171
ones, Leslie, 171
ones, Mark, 46, 82, 153
Jones, Mike, 77. 171
ones, Patricia, 60
ones, Patsy A., 70, 171
ones, Patsy K., 40, 63, 70, 163
oyce, Johnny, 171
Linkous, Vickie, 141
Little, Prank, 48, 106, 172
Little, Nancy, 24, 29, 36, 51, 56, 73,
Litton, Mary, 153
Litl, Jane, 60, 61, 91, 126, 141
Livesay, Linda, 172
Livesay, Pamela, 63, 172
Livesay, Patricia, 59, 76, 163
Livesay, Wa ne, 66
Mayes, Arlene, 63
, Eddie, 47. 105, 153
, Jimmie, 164
, Paula, 153
Owens, David, 160
Owens, James. 154
Owens, Michael, 173
Owens, Russell, 173
Oyer, Duane, 55. 105
Pack, Debra, 173
Mefford, Cheryl, 142
Mefford, Ronald, 164
Merhoff, Margaret, 37, 79, 84, 142
Miles. Geri, 40, 142
Keck, Benny, 171
Keener, George, 48, 49, 163
Keael, Susan, 59, 109. 171
Ketner, Janet, 171
Ketner, Mike, 162, 163
Kiker, Harold, 163
Kilgore, Andrea, 68, 69, 79, 84, 86,
DRINK, 55, 57, 115, 141
David A., 141, 163
Lone, David D.. 153. 163
Long, Dennis, 76
Long, Donnie, 163
Long, Dorothy, 141
Long, Jack, 172
Long, Jghn, 163
Long, athy, 40, 63, 71, 172
Long, Lea, 52, 53, 59, 172
Long, Lynn, 141
Long, Michael, 163
Long, Ronald, 163
Susan, 59. 164
Miller, Betty, 84, 86, 142
Miller, Charles, 173
Miller, Dennis, 77, 173
Miller, Donna, 173
Miller, ay, 40, 173
Miller, oyce, 36, 153
Miller, ay, 173
Miller, Max, 164
Miller, Robert, 164
Miller, Sheila, 76, 164
Miller, Vicki, 61, 77, 164
Miller, William, 173
Pack, Kenny, 70. 77. 107, 159, 164
Paddon, May, 36, 45, 57, 60, 61, 78,
79, 82, 15
Painter, Ina, 154
Parker, Beverly, 7, 53, 164, 215
Parker, Frank, 106
Parker, Jgckie, 69, 81, 91, 107, 154
Parker, enneth, 154
Parker, Nick, 173
Parker, Rhonda, 71, 164, 169, 173
Parker, Sandra, 74, 164, 169
Parker, Stanley, 173
Parker, Tony, 173
Parkey, Dorothy, 76, 143
Parkey, Flora, 164, 169
Parrish, Larry, 173
Parrish Patricia 143
Long, Tong, 75
Long, Vel a, 172
Long, William, 163
Lou y, Angela, 38, 45, 57, 86, 153
Love, Teena, 59, 172
Lovelace, Minnie, 45, 57, 153
Lovin, Michael, 172
Mills, Anthony, 76, 153
Mills, Marshal, 100
Mills, Yvette, 173
Minnich, Boyd, 100, 173
Minnich, Linda, 84, 91, 142
Minnich, Patricia, 63, 76, 164
Minton, Lanny, 110
Pate, La Verna, 169
Patrick, Becke, 91, 107, 108, 143
Patrick, Richard, 106, 173
Patrick, Steve, 143
Patty, Arthur, 164, 169
Paxton, Donna, 50, 59, 164, 169
Payne, Donna, 40, 41, 63, 173
Payne, Eddie, 95, 154
Payne, Jackie, 59
Kilgore, Howard, 77, 100
re, Velina, 43, 83, 84, 86, 153
Kimbrough, Bernadiue, 140
Kimbrough, Evelyn, 91, 140
Kimbrough, Kathy, 140
Kimbrough, Vickey, 171
King, Becky, 76, 109
King, Caro yn, 109, 171
King, Deborah, 171
King, Jimmy, 153
King, Sammy, 140
King Vera. 172
Kiiigion, Vicki, io, sa, 16, ss, isa
Kinney, Jerry, 172
Lowe, Goth, 141
Lowe, Linda, 84, 141
Lowe, Pelle, 60, 70, 163
Lowe, Piiiuip, 172
Lowe, Ruby, 107, 163
Lowe Brenda 76 163
Kinser, John, 35, 39, 40, 46, 153, 217
Kinser, Vickie, 52, 53, 76, 172, 202
Kinsler, Betty, 172
Kinsler, Carl, 163
Kinsler, Pe y, 172
Pratt, Clifford, 173
Kirk, Donald, 172
Kirk, Georgia, 172
Kirk, Judy, 140
Kirk, Peggy, 63, 172
Kirkham, Donald, 100
Kirkpatrick, Paulette, 172
Kirkpatrick, Phillip, 106, 172
Kiser, David, 57, 82. 140
Kiser, Jeffrey, 106, 172
Kitts, Larry, 172
Kitts, Robert. 172
Knight, Barbara, 163
Knight, Melba, 59, 172
Knight, Teresa. 172
Knight, Victor, 153
Kogelman, John, 163
YY. , 1
Lowry, Barbara, 2, 18, 22, 29, 36, 37,
50, 57, 76, 97, 106, 141
Lowry, John, 49, 163
McLucas, Debra, 77, 172
McCarter, Randall, 163
McCl:iran, Linda, 141
McClaren, Susan, 76, 153
McClure, Karen, 71, 76, 109, 172
McClure, Lynn, 36, 69, 107, 108, 141,
McCoig, Kenneth, 141
McCravy, Ina, 172
McCravy, Kath . 163
Minton, Patricia, 61, 164
Mitchell, Sam, 6, 33, 48, 49, 76, 164
Moody, Susie, 35, 50, 57, 79, 84. 153,
Moore, Billy, 173
Moore, Edna, 164
Moore, Evelyn, 164
Moore, Jay, 173
Moore, Linda, 173
Moore, Mary, 50, 76, 82, 153
Moore, Mic ele, 164
Moore, Theresa, 164
Morgan, James, 153
Payne, Margaret, 18, 29, 34, 45, 57,
143. 195 ,
Pearson, Jimmie, 55, 154
Pearson, aula, 59, 173
Peep l es ,
Nancy, 40, 63. 71
on, Jay, 100, 101, 172, 173
Morris, Mitchell, 43
Morris, Robert 142
Morrison, Sarah, 53, 164
Moss, Betty, 173
Moss, Carolyn, 164
Moss, Robert, 80, 173
Moss, Shirley, 142
Moyers, Brenda, 164
Moyers, Cloretta, 173
Moyers, Sandra, 61, 69, 142
Mu lendore, Donna, 61, 68, 69, 83, 143
Mullins, David, 164
Pendergrass, Shelley, 74, 76, 107, 164,
Pendleton, Janet, 59, 173
Pendleton, Paula, 57. 63, 69, 79, 154
Peoples, Rebecca, 63, 81, 90, 164, 169
Peoples, Vickie, 61, 71, 164
Perkey, Gwen, 173
Perry, Chris, 63, 69, 154
Peters, Cecilia, 173
Peters, Pam, 40, 42, 43, 45, 154
Pettigrew, Patricia, 154
Phillips, Brenda, 154
Phillips, Pam, 59, 154
Pierce, David. 154
McCurry, Ronald, 163
McDaniel, James, 172
McDaniel erry, 172
c a en, avi , 1 1
McGhee, Christine, 80, 153
h n 16
McGa a, Ra d , 3
McGinnis, Lindla, 163
McGinnis, Nina, 90, 163
Pierce, Terry. 86, 173
, Barbara, 86, 143, 160
Pi mon, Ruby, 173
Brenda, 10, 37, 71, 76, 86, 164
Deborah. 37, 71, 86, 87, 173
Mullins J-obn, 100, 164
inda, 154 '
Mullins, Lonnie, 154
Mullins, Sandra, 79, 86, 154
Murray, Kenneth, 154
Murray, Lana, 63. 77, 173
Murray, Terry, 46, 57, 103, 154
Musser, Patricia, 154
Pittrrkan, Janice, 45, 60, 61, 79, 86, 87,
Poling, Barbara, 63, 154
Pollard, David, 165
Pdpe, Pam, 41, 173
Potter, Charlotte 143
Potter, Kirby, 76, 173
Pratt, Carolyn, 57, 69, 78, 79, 126, 143
McGlamery, Brenda, 163
McKee, Barbara, 141
McKemy, Dennis, 76, 163
McKinley, Betty, 40, 63, 82, 172
McKinney, Brenda, 163
McKinney. Charles, 172
McKinney, Eleanor, 109, 141
Kren, Hope, 6, 45, 76, 77, 85, 163
Kyle, Alberta, 163
Kyle, Brenda, 60, 153
Kyle, Linda, 153
Lacy, Sally, 36, 37. 50, 60, 61, 82, 85
Ladin, Phyllis, 172
Lakins, Anna, 163
Lakins, Kathy, 153
Lakins, Maxie, 140
Lampkin, Charles, 172
Donna, 76, 86, 163
Lampkin, Herman, 140
Wilma, 60, 86, 163
Lane, Frank, 172
Lane, Janice, 163
Lane, Linda. 37, 45, 57, 80, 34, 153
Lane, Phyllis, 172
McKinney. Jeanie, 107, 153
McKinney, Mary, 84, 86, 90, 141
McLain, Carolyn, 76
McLain, Jgnet, 86, 173
McLain. aren, 79, 163
McMahan, Billy, 66
Mcmalgan, llghi , 110, 142
c a an, ex, 173
McNabb, Johnny, 173
McNabb. ona, 142
McPherson, Delmar, 173
Maden, Jimmy. 34, 41, 46, 57, 72, 82
83. 153. 155, 199
Myers, Farell, 164
Nash, Coy, 150
Nash, Sandra, 164
Neal, Sharon, 160
Nelson, Bruce, 41, 154
Nelson, George, 164
NeSrnith, Mike, 143
Nichols, Alvin, 40, 43, 49, 76, 77, 164
Nichols, James, 55, 95. 96, 110, 154
Nifong, Steven, 76
Pratt, Douglas, 165, 169
Pratt, Herbert, 173
Pratt, Marie, 165, 169
Pratt, Peggy, 154
Pratt, Robert, 173
Pratt, Wayne, 150
Price, Eddie, 11, 18, 46, 95, 96, 98, 99.
Becky, 33, 50, 51, 57, 61, 79, 82,
Noe, Danny, 40, 76, 164, 165
Noe, David, 39, 46,'143, 207
Noe, Donna. 154
Noe, Gail, 16, 35, 40, 41, 50, 82, 141,
Noe, Jerry, 65, 66, 67, 143
Price, Judy, 173
Price, Larry, 150
Price, Larry, 173
Price, Mike, 143
Price, Sammy, 106, 173
Proffitt, Charles, 165, 169
Proffitt, Jimmie, 154
Proffitt, Sandra, 150
Prowell, Mike, 173
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Carole, 59, 75. 76, 165, 169
Mike, 95, 93, 99. 143
Shockleyi Jerry, 174
Purkey, Robert, 165, 169
Quinton, Mike, 173
Rader, Sandra, 18. 36, 37, 46, 50, 97,
Ramsey, Donna, 57, 154
Ramsey. Gary, 41, 173
anshous, Janet, 36, 43, 61, 173
anshous, Kathy, 165
eagan, Dean. 105
eagan, Deanie, 165, 170
eams, Diana, 165, 170
edden, Doudglas, 165, 170
edden. San y, 7, 40, 155
eed, David, 155
eed, Richard, 165, 170
eel, Patricia, 57, 62, 80
Reese, Margaret, 155
eese, Mary, 155
eeves, Pat, 86, 173
eitz, Phillip. 95, 112, 155
enner, Patricia, 6, 36, 37, 40, 50, 97.
eyiaolds, Dana, 55, 155
eynolds, Debbie. 53, 165, 170
eynolds, Helen, 155
eynolds, Susie, 43, 44, 45, 91, 155
Reynolds, Terri, 165
hea, Julia, 77, 173
hea, Nancy, 173
hodes, Carolyn 76. 85, 165
ice, John, 100, 173
Ich, Vickie, 79, 155
ichards, David, 173
ichards, John, 173
rchards, Ted, 77
rchardson, Debra, 59. 71, 165
Ichardson, James, 49, 77, 82, 168, 173
Seals, Janice, 66, 67, 144
Seals, Jimmy, 166
Seals, Larry, 166
Seals, Linda, 144
Self, Bobbie, 156
Self, Jimmy, 156
Self, Ronald, 166
Sentelle, Rusty, 4. 47, 82, 83. 89. 144.
Senter, Joseph, 174
Sexton, Debra, 166
Sexton, Michael, 95, 166
Sexton, Patsy, 67. 144
Sharpe, Joan, 156
Sharpe, Mart 40, 52, 53, 85, 174
Shaver, Fran , 40, 47, 80, 156
Shaver, Lois, 7, 144
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Shaw, Constance, 174
Shelton, Dorothy, 61, 166
Shepard, Pamela, 156
Shepard, Sue, 45. 61, 79, 86. 87, 156
Sherwood. Margaret, 59, 174
Shipley, Betty Lou, 144
Shirk, Stephen, 174
Shockley, Billy, 47, 95, 98, 99
Shockley, Darwin, 106, 174
Shockley, Debbie, 36, 46, 50, 62, 64,
Shoclgley, Steve, 47, 79, 110, 111, 150,
Shockley, William, 144
Short, Larg, 174
Short, Lin a, 174
Short, Ricky, 174
Short, Rita, 166
Short, Wanda, 166
Shorter, Gary, 166
Stines, Janice, 167
Stines, Pauletta, 167
Stone, Deborah, 63, 174
Stone, Wanda, 156
Storms, Carl, 34, 111, 124, 156, 247
Stout, James, 167
Strange, Glenda, 35, 40, 45. 57, 68, 69.
107, 156, 219
Stubblefield, Judy, 2, 16, 45. 91, 145,
Stubblefield, Terry, 67
Sullivan, Martha, 40, 156
Swaim, Linda, 87, 174
Swaim, Patricia, 79
Swann, Joseph, 100. 174
Swatsell, Jimmy, 167
Taber, Alice, 40, 85, 167
Taber, Mike, 41, 48, 49, 77, 167
Talley, Brenda, 167
Talley, James, 67
Talley, Nancy Ann, 174
Tate, Charles, 156
Walton, Larry, 157
Walton, Sandra, 27,29, 35, 38, 45, 57,
Wampler, Dale, 175
Wamer, Mary. 91, 146
Warren, wdy, 69, 146
Warren, illiam, 167
Warrick, Paul. 38, 80, 157
Wassum, Carroll, 146
Watkins, David, 175
Watkins. Richard 40
Wiggins, Steve, 47. 51, 95, 98, 99, 115
Watson, Jack, 146
Watson, Shirley, 76, 167
Watson, Vicki, 76, 167
Way, Kerry, 175
Way, Roger, 146
Way, Sharon, 167
Wear, Phyllis, 67, 157
Webb, Diana, 175
Webb, Diana F. 175
Weeks. Jafkli. 32. 33. 40. 55. 71. 175
udy, 61, 82, 85, 167
Wells, Bobby, 175
Wells, Patricia, 175
West, Carolyn, 175
West, Diana, 59, 175
West, Michael, 55. 89, 146
West, Vicki, 43, 146
Westmoreland, Robert Mitchell, 67
Taylor, Judy, 123, 145
Taylor, Ginny, 11, 27, 29, 35, 36, 50,
51, 56, 145, 211
Taylor, Richard, 174
Teague, Sherry- 9. 50, 61, 145, 195
Terry, Teresa, 40, 59, 85, 174
Thayer, Steve, 4, 40, 47, 142, 145
Thomas, Albert, 110, 111, 156
Thomas, James, 100, 101
Weston, Danny, 167
Weston, Jsenece, 146
Weston, orma, 167
Wheeler, Jeanie, 43, 157
Wheeler, Sandra, 43, 167
White. Bnice. sz. ss. 36. 41, 49, 11:
Shorter, Jerry, 174
Shortt, James, 174
Shoun, Doyal, 41, 144
Shropshire, Ana, 174
Shro shire, Glenda, 63, 174
Shuc , Marilyn, 75, 174
Whitehead, Frank. 175
Whitehead, Gary, 146
Whiteside, Brenda, 175
Whiteside, Joe, 48, 49, 112, 162, 167,
Wice, Michael, 175
icker, Joyce, 165
icker, Michael. 46, 155
icker, Roger, 165
icker, Teresa, 61, 155
Icker, William, 155
Iddle, Patricia, 10, 45, 59, 87, 165
Winstead, l'ats , 167
iddlebarger, Rebecca, 61, 173
ldley, Buddy, 102, 103, 105. 155
idley, Claude, 65, 173
idley, Georgia, 155
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mer, Steve, 155
nes, Joe, 165
mes, Linda, 61, 71. 76, 165
oberts, Beth, 53. 76, 77, 109, 173
oberts, Becky Jo, 52, 53, 109. 173
oberts, Charles, 143
obertson, Debbie, 40, 155
ogers. Deborah, 143
ogers, Ivan, 174
ogers, Judy, 61, 155
Rogers, Kathy, 61, 71, 165
ose, John, 40, 174
ose, Randall, 174
osenbalm, Darrell, 174
osenbalm, Patsy, 155
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I ouse, Doug, 49, 106
Rouse, Tracy, 105
Rowe, Linda, 174
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I ucker, Jeanne, 40, 53, 174
Rucker, Joyce, 165
Rucker, Kenneth, 95, 165
Rucker, Linda, 76
ucker, Toni, 10, 40, 45, 165
Mike, 55, 100, 144
Simpson, Charlene, 156
Simpson, Jackie, 166
Sipe, John, 144
Skeen, Kay, 166
Skeen, Larry, 47, 75, 144
Skelton, Wilma, 59, 69, 156
Slabbekorn, Benny, 47, 145
Sloan, Terry. 115
Smith, Alice, 145
Smith, Amy, 40, 61, 79. 90. 156
Smith, Charlene, 156
Smith, Cheryl, 57, 145
Smith, David, 38, 55, 76, 82, 111, 156
Smith, David Lynn, 166
Smith, Debra, 43, 71 166
smith, Don, 156, 166
Smith, Elizabeth, 145
Smith, Fred, 49, 166
Smith, Gary, 174
Smith, James, 166
Smith, Janis, 174
Smith, Jimmy, 145
Smith, atherine, 41, 45, 72, 73. 80,
Smith, Larry, 76
Smith, Lee Roy, 174
Thomason, Patrick, 174
Thompson, Carolyn, 174
Thompson, Debra, 167
Thompson, Donald, 167
Thompson, James Aaron, 145
Thompson, Jeannine. 76, 91, 145
Thompson Kenneth, 174
Thompson, Margaret, 167
Thompson, Sherlene, 59. 167
Thomson, William, 174
Tiller, Mike, 100, 174
Tilley. Kyle. 66, 145
Timmins Anita Gail 16
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Tinker, Robert, 156
Tinsley, Rachel, 34, 50, 51, 57, 145
Tooir, James Leslie, 47, 49, 95, 98, 99,
Toon, John David, 76, 95, 101, 167
Trammel, Mark Robert, 174
Travis, Dana, 145
Travis, Debbie, 44, 45, 57, 82, 83, 84,
85, 91. 156
Treece, Anne, 174
Treece, Aurellia, 56, 66, 67, 127, 146
Treece, Carroll, 95, 156
Treece, Deloris, 174
Treece, Glenda, 174
Treece, eanette, 63, 156
Treece, ohn, 100, 175
riscilla 43, 71, 77, 169
Trent.'Barbara, 41, 175
Trent Ga 146
Smith, Lynne Anne, 19, 25, 29, 32. 35.
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Smith, Margretta, 166
Smith, Mary Edana, 76, 174
Smith, Melissa, 39, 40, 76, 174
Smith, Michael, 101, 106, 174
Smith, Robert, 67, 156
Smith, Roger, 174
Smith, Sandi, 166
Smith, Sue, 156
Smith, Terry, 166
Smith, Tony, 174
Smith, Vickie, 174
Marshall, 106, 174
ussell, Cheryl, 174
ussell, Patsy, 144, 226
Wanda, 91, 145
ussell, Steve, 174
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yan. Gary, 95. 165
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ams, Billy, 101, 155
ams, Don, 95, 165
ams, Joe, 166
anders, Anthony, 100, 174
anders, Barbara, 40. 53, 59. 155
anders, Barbara Kay, 174
atterfield, Bobbie, 174
Satterfield, Marilyn, 59, 174
Satterfield, Wilma, 63, 80, 156
Sauceman, Dennis, 174
Sauceman, James, 64, 144
Sawyer, Shirley, 166
Sawyer, Stephen, 55, 76, 166
Scott, enneth, 66, 144
cott, Robert, 166
Scott, William, 156
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eals, Barbara, 156
Seals, James, 65, 174
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Spears, Leslie, 75, 76, 166
Speck, Linda, 174
Trent, Jimmy, 65
Trent, Walter, 100, 101, 175. 197
Trobaugh, Pam, ll, 83, 146
Tullock, James, 156
Turley, Jeanne, 63
Turner, Curtis, 43, 146
Tumer, Deborah. 167
Turner, Jackie, 85, 146, 163
Turner, lames, 175
Turner, Mike, 156
Turnmire. Gary, 146
Tuttle, Edwin, 41, 49, 76, 167
Underwood, Janice, 157
Vance, Cynthia, 146
Spencer, Marilyn, 174
Spoon, Dorothy, 156
Spoon, Janice, 174
Spoon, John, 174
Sprinkle, Alan, 174
sprinkle, Julia, 52. 55. 59. 174
Spurgeon, Jane, 40. 174
Stanifer, Jody, 63. 90
Starnes, Barbara, 34, 38, 45. 57. 72. 80
Starnes, Dan, 100, 174
Stephenson, Barbara, 40, 50, 59. 79. 32.
90, 91, 156
Stepp, Alvin, 167
Stepp, Brenda, 174
Stepp, Larry, 145
Stevenson, Gary, 156
Stewart, Linda, 174
Stewart, Valinda, 62, 156
Stewart, Victor, 174.
Vance. Dale, 157
Varnell, Donna, 40, 61, 175
Vaughn, Kay, 90
Vaughn, Margaret, 50, 58, 90, 157
Vaughn, Sandra, 61, 175
Walker, Charles, 175
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Tommy, 66, 67, 146
Wallace, Adrian, 167
Wallace, Doyle, 33, 48, 106, 175
Wallace, Nick, 146
Wallace, Rebecca. 11, 37, 50, 51, 54,
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Wallace, Stanley, 102, 103, 104, 140
Walls, Yolanda, 45, 57, 157
Widener, Jill, 37, 53, 76, 150, 167
Widener, Susan, 50, 157
Wilbum, Ann Mary, 167
Wilder, Carl, 100
Wilder, Herbert, 65, 175
Wilkinson, Edwin, 146
Wilkinson, John, 175
wiiiaamsj Catherine, 167, 115
Williams, Cheryl, 63, 167
Williams, Donna, 87, 167
Williams, Erwin Max, 67, 146
Williams, George, 167
Williams, Janet, 40, 79, 146
Williams, Joe, 65, 67, 157
Williams, Judy, 147
Williams, Nancy, 147
Williams, Robert, 105, 115, 167
Williams, Ronald, 147
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Wilson, Larry, 175
Wilson, Lin a, 157
Wilson, Ricky, 175
Winstead, Diane, 76
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Winstead, Sandlra, 167
Wise, Mike, 100
Wisecarver, Bill, 47, 76, 103, 157
Wisecarver, Kathy, 147
Witherell, Nancy, 57, 69. 90. 147
Withers, Brenda, 167
Witt, Johnny, 157
Witt, Lillie, 167
Witt Sandra 175
Wolfe, Diwali, 167
Wolfe Edie, 87, 175
Wolfe, Michael, 175
Wood, Becky, 50, 90, 147
Wood, Karen, 175
Wood, Tommy, 47, 147
Woods, Janice, 175
Woods, elvin, 157
Woods, Mike, 175
Woody, Patricia, 77, 175
Wright, Charles, 167
Wright, Katherine, 61, 175
Wright, Patricia, 167
Wright, Robert, 147
Wright, Steve, 47, 147
Wyatt, Linda, 175
Yeary, Sharon, 63. 167
Young, Carolyn, 167
Young, Dennis, 65, 175
Yount, John, 175
Yount, Karen, 147
Yount, Kenneth, 67
Yount, Sharon, 76, 167
Yount, Roger, 67
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. F. GOODRICH STORE
ue EAST MAIN smear
Andrew Johnson Highway Easl
P. O. Box I603 Phone 586-7654
Kalhy Bible assures Gail Noe 'r
hai lhis is lhe only place fo purchase a home.
JESSEE AND MADEN, INC.
837 Wesi' Firs+ Norfh S+ree+
REAL ESTATE cl INSURANCE
GRADUATING CLASS OF '68
Highway Morrisiown, Tennessee
Fine Tailored Sui'l's
HOME LUMBER CO.
"Remember 'ro Call Home"
NOE AUTO SUPPLY
440 Soufh Cumberland S+ree1'
EATON'S VENDOR'S PRATER OIL COMPANY
T. W. PRATER JR
Drinks Served wi'I'h Ice
CandY and Ci9a"eH95 Morrisfown, Tennesse
22I S +h C b I d D. V. EATON-Owne
BANK OF MORRISTOWN
ls David Giedde inirigued by Sandy Wal+on's smile or +he I968 Firebird?
PRICE MCTO RS
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24l0 W. Andrew Johnson Highway 586-754I
We Prepare Sunday Dinner 7 Days a Weelz
Col. Harland Sander's Original Recipe
FEATURING COL. HARIAND SANDERS ,
lnierseciion Il and 25
Downiown Morrisfown. Tennessee
Phone 586-87 I 7
Trailways Bus SI'a'rion
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NITURE IN DU5I'p4,.f
FISHER OIL COMPANY, INC.
DISTRIBUTOR OF TEXACO PRODUCTS
P. O. Box 336-Phone 586-3I42
hia Dixon. Ginny Taylor. and Maurie Fisher find Ihe facilifies af Fisher Oil Compan
CITY SHOE SHOP
NNT' HAL wn.uAMs
2300 Wesi' Andrew Johnson Highway 'Z' Wes' FMT Nom' Sheef
Merridewn' Tennessee Morrisiown, Tennessee
SUNSET BARBER SHCP
ZIZ9 Wesf Andrew Johnson Highway
G. MARCUS JONES-GEN. CONTRACTOR INC
Hungry siudenls invade ihe Liffle Hurricane wagons during lunch periods.
23I Soufh Cumberland S+ree+ Morrisfown, Tennessee
"Cus'romer Safisfacfion Guaran'reecl"
SUNSET DRIVE-I N THEATRE
2348 Wesi' Andrew Johnson Highway
is l HENSLEY DODGE,
Sales and Service
I203 SouI'h Cumberland
Morrisiown. Tennessee 378I4
TRAINING THE FUTURE HAIRDRESSER
220 Wes? Main Sfreef
"EveryIhing For The Office"
REX and MARJORIE LEONARD
430 Souih Cumberland
Phone 586-2904 Morrisfown, Tenness
IGA SUPER MARKET
Open 9 A.M. +o I0 P.M. Mon.-Sai.
II A.M. 'Io 9:30 P.M. Sundays
Andrew Johnson Highway
MORRISTOWN LAUNDRY- DRY CLEANERS
CASH and CARRY Cify Wide Delivery
Peggy Douglas, Beverly Parker, Debbie Rouse. and Becky Wallace admire rhe new locafion of Wallace Hardware Company.
WALLACE HARDWARE COMPANY
WEESNER-REAMS COMPANY BUFFALO TRAIL DRUG STORE
"Your Healrh ls Our Concern"
l35 Wesf Main Sires?
phone 586-6902 TOM LOWE, R.Ph., Owner
Buffalo Trail af Fairview Road
Furnllure Since l906 Phone 586-OBZI
BOB BIBLE. RAY BIBLE. HOWELL BIBLE
I35 Wesi Firsi' Norfh Sfree'I'
Jewelers Since I893
ANDERSON ELECTRIC CO.
omf-JAMES 'L JENKINS
Morrisiown, T enne ssee
BANK OF COMMERCE
"Progressive Friendly Service'
Member Federal Deposif
Sandra Guice and John Kinser agree 'rha+ a I968 Toronado is fhe only way lo gel' +o school.
OAKES MOTOR COMPANY
BUICK-OLDSMOBILE-RAMBLER MORRISTOWN, TENNESSEE
PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER
One Hour Cleaners
Wiih Two Locaiions
To Serve You Morrisfown, Tennessee
l4I9 Wesi Andrew Johnson Highway
I05b Sou'I'h Cumberland
24I4 Andrew Johnson Highway Morrisfown, Tennessee
TOWER GULF SERVICE
JACK BALES, Owner
Andrew Johnson Highway
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Belly Farmer, Glenda Slrange, Billy Darden, and Richie Gray eagerly waif Io make a deposif at Morrrslown Federal Savings And Loan Association.
Insured Firsi' Morfgage
Savings and Loans
azz wesr Firsf Noah sae-3+ 4V2'X,
Morrisiown, Tennessee Paid Qlldfferly
AND AUCTION COMPANY
G. DELMER VAUGHN, Broler
HERBERT VAUGHN, Auciioneer
Phone 586-04 I 4
For Land's Sake, Drop In"
BURKE AND HODGES STUBBLEFI ELD'S
DuPonI' Painis Jewelry-Luggage
and Musical InsI'rumenI's
Lloyd Fry Roofing
"Everyday Low Prices" Dealers for
l865 Norih Cumberland Luggage
A Large Seleclion of Fine Cars"
Morrisfown, Tenness 204 Wesi' Main Sfreei'
Rusfy Senfelle fakes dedicafions for ihe currenf I1if songs. I
WCRK THE VOICE OF COMMUNITY SERVICE
H 81 H
SERVICE AND SUPPLY
"We Never Close"
Easi' Main S+ree+
Ill Easi' Fifih Norih
586-284l Phones 586-2842 Morridown. Tennessee
COVINGTON Aufhorized Underwood Aqen+
Dee'efS for OFFICE MACHINES, INC
Bigelow, Callaway and Cornei' Carpefs
2335 Wesf Andrew Johnson Highway
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of America, Inc.
Greeneville, Tenn. Phone 638-4l78
Knoxville, Tenn. Phone 525-5663
I23 Wes+ Firsi' Norih Sfreei'
EnMoNns 8. soNs Beigawgfajujjejhe
HOME IMPROVEMENTS PURKEY REAL ESTATE CO
Buiiciing-Roofing-Pain'l'ing "Down To Earfh Real Es1'a+e"
Phone 58 I-9598 PORTRUMIS
J. W. EDMONDS
"Your Sanifone Cleaners
P. O. Box 402 o
Morrisfown, Tenn. Cash and Carry
Morningside Radio Cenfer
SAVING YOU BETTER, SAVING YOU MORE
We, your Halzha por+rai+ pho+ographers
of upperclassmen and facul+y, proudly sa-
Iu+e your Homecoming Queen. Rose Holi.
824 Wesi' Firsf Norfh Sfreei'
FOUST METAL WORKS
Besi' Wishes 'l'o +he Graduaiing Class of l968
MORRISTCWN CHEST CDMPANY
Tricia Renner, Rose Holf, and Sandi Rader enioy 'rhe modern conveniences of Coiffures By Beffi-Rose
Phone 58 I-843 I
THE WMTN STATIONS
AM 5000 WATTS AT I300kc.
FM STEREO AT 95.9mc.
of Tennessee, Inc.
Manufacfurers of America's Fines? Seaiing
Connie Heck, Palsy Russell. BeHy Hill, Cil Humpsfon, and Delores Bales look over fhe "long green line of John Deere equipment"
HILL BROTHERS TRACTOR COMPANY
MITCHELL-HODGE ELECTRIC COMPANY
"We Serve Elec+rically"
PHONE 536-2950 406 Easi' Main Sfreel' Morrisfown, Te
Direc'l' or Connecling
Mofor Freighl' Service
+o all fhe Nalion
COUNTRY HAM MORNINGSIDE SHELL
JOHN BROCK, Owner
GOODSON 8: MAYES '
I233 Easi' Main Sfreei'
70I Wes? Third NorI'h SIree'I Phone 586-570'
Morrisfown, Tennessee MOYTISIOVH. TGMIGSSGG
GEORGE H. HATFIELD ENTERPRISES
30I7 Wesi' Andrew Johnson Highway
MANUFACTURERS and WHOLESALERS
All Kinds of Appalachian Hardwoods. Walnuf, Oak, and Ash
SPECIALIZING IN STEAMED WALNUT-LUMBER-ALL GRADES 414- l2f4
C. C. Irwin Pipeline Co. Irwin Block Co
Rocking C Charolais Ranch
KNITTI G MILLS
and Misses' Hosiery
2II Wosi' Main Sires?
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An archifecI"s rendering of 'rhe new John Hay Elemen+ary School. l
CATRON CONSTRUCTION CO.
ARTISTE BEAUTY SALON
WIGS TOUPEES HAIR GOODS
Permaneni Waves of Disiinciion Experi' Hair Shaping and Coloring
Cosmeiics by Vivienne Woodard Privaie Facial and Coloring Room
Sauna Facial Machine phone 5864245
I33 WesI' Firsi' Norih Sfreef
COX INSURANCE AGENCY COVINGTON FURNITURE CO.
Siandard Aufo Rafes for Teenagers
ALL LINES OF INSURANCE
Phan, 531-3730 II27 Wes? Second Soufh Sfreel'
l3II Nor-Ih Cumberland S+ree+
Morrisfown, Tennessee Morrislown, Tennessee
HAMBLEN HOLIDAY GULF
J. E. QUINTON
Feed-Seed-Ferhllzer Andrew Johnson Highway
Morrisfown. Tennessee PHONE 58l.9984
Phone 586-9I4l Morrisiown, Tennessee
SOUTHERN SHOE STORE
Shoes for 1'l1e Eniire Family
Downfown Slzymari, Morrisfown
FREELS DRUG STORE
Where Qualify Coun+s
LYNN SHEELEY CO. MOTEL
Owner-MR. and MRS. DAVID WYKLE
Morrisiown, Knoxville, and Johnson Cify Managers-MR. and MRS. JIM DANIELS
STHNWAY NORRIS mnusmles INCURPUIQATED
SOHMER, EVERETT BEAN STATION, TENNESSEE 3 vos
CABLE,NELSON PHONE sae-2411 AREA CODE sis
Bean Sfahon, Tennessee 37708
"Builders of Qualify Mobile Homes"
JACK'S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT
Brealxfasl Served Dining Room Facililies
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June Carpenler. fhe I96B Nafional Healih Were Queen, says in a message for oiher young a nes. oo y
cooking ware and lableware. Consider fhe besl
NATIONAL HEALTH WARE
P. O. Box 1063
Made of Surgical, Tri-clad, Sfainless S+eeI.
The WorId's Finesi' Cooking Ulensils.
Sold Only Through Regisiered Represeniafives.
58 I -0630 PHONES 586-0746
The Corbafas rock ouf in a new Volkswagen bus from Risacher Mofors.
RISACHER MOTCRS, INC.
III Wesi' Second Soufh S+ree'I'
Complefe Volkswagen Aufhorized
Sales and Comple+e Service
THE STEVE GUDIS-Manager
BROOKS FURNITURE COMPANY
K A Morrisiow T
M G ll
Andrew Johnson Highway
MEDLIN HOSIERY MILLS
2I4 Wes? Third Sou+h Sfreei'
Morrisfown. Tenness e
'Good Bowling 'ro all Sfudenfs
WEST END LANES
PHONE 586-50I I
l527 Wesi' Firsi' Norih Sfreei'
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TENNESSEE TRAILWAYS, INC.
GO TRAILWAYS! . . . CHARTER BUS SERVICE
EDUCATIONAL . . . EXCITING . . . ECONOMICAL
FAST FREQUENT DAILY SCHEDULES
Tennessee Trailways, Inc. 7I0 Sevier Avenue Knoxville, Tennessee
, Phone: 525-029I or 523-I923
Dale Allen, M.D.
Bacon and Dugger, Afforneys
James Beclzner, A'H'orney
William H. Briifain
Howard T. Brock, M.D.
Chef B. Brogan
John D. Caldwell, M.D.
Capps and Oakley, AH'orneys
Sam M. Chambers, O.D.
James M. Davis, AH'orney
Sieve L. Doha, D.D.S.
Mrs. C. J. Duby
Joe L. Hadden, D.D.S.
George S. Hale Jr.
R. L. Holmes
IsbeII and Farris, D.V.M.
W. D. Jaynes, O.D.
E. Gene Lynch, M.D.
B. G. McFaII, D.C.
James K. Miller, AH'orney
J. C. OuI'Iaw
Reed and Terry, Afiorneys
O. C. Renner, M.D.
J. R. Rooney, D.C.
George W. Spearman
Jim W. Siambaugh, AHorney
Ernesf R. Taylor, AH'orney
Milburn M. Treni'
P. M. TrusIer, M.D.
Clay WaII:er, AI'Iorney
Alerf Aulomafic Transmission Service
Anderson Elecfric ....................
Arfisfe Beaufy Salon ............
Bales, Bob, Ford .............
Ballance Chevrolef Company
Bank of Commerce ...........
Bank of Morrislown ........
Berkline Corporafion .........
Bible Insurance Agency, Inc. ..
Bible, John T., Co. ....... . .
Blossom Shop, The ........
Bradley's Pro Hardware .....
Brooks Furnifure Co., lnc.
Brooks Morfuary .............
Buffalo Trail Drug Slore ........
Burke and Hodges Lumber Co. ..
Cafron Consfrucfion Company ....
Cherokee Sales and Supply, lnc. ..
Chicken House, Inc., The ..... .
Cify Shoe Shop .........
Cliffon's, Inc. ........ .
Coiffures by Beffi-Rose
Concrefe Maferials, lnc. .... .
Courfesy Shell Service Co.
Covingfon Carpe? House .......
Covingfon Furnifure Company ....
Cox Insurance Agency ...........
Crosby-Henderson Oil Company ........
Dairy Queen ........................
Dawson Woman's Shop ................
Dearing, E. C., Elecfrical Confracfor
Dick's Bee Line ......................
Dixie Cabinei Company
Eafon's Vendors ................ .
Edmond and Sons ....................
E.T. and W.N.C. Transporfafion Co.
Fisher Oil Company, Inc. ......... .
Fousf Mefal Works ....
Freels Drug Sfore ..
Gilliam Coal Co.
Gluck Brofhers, Inc.
Goodrich, B.F., Sfore .... .
Goodson lr Mayes .........
H lr H Service and Supply
Hair Fashions by Frances
Hale Brofhers, Inc. ........ .
Hamblen Beaufy School .........
Hamblen Farmer's Cooperafive
Hamilfon Nalional Bank .........
Hasson-Bryan Company ...........
Haffield, George H., Enferprises ........
Hayler Oil Co., Inc. ......... ..
Henrife Producfs Corporafion
Hensley Dodge, Inc. ........ .
Hill Brofhers Tracfor Co.
Holiday Gulf ............
Holiday Inn .............
Home Lumber Company ..........
Hurricane Drive-ln, The ..... . ..........
lnferslafe Aufomafic Merchandisers of
Irwin Consfrucfion Co. ......
Jack's Drive-ln Reslauranf
Jack's IGA .................
Jefferson Federal Savings and
Loan Associafion ...........
Index 0 Advertisers
2 I 5
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2 I 3
Jeffrey Manufacfuring Co.. The
Jesse lx Maden. Inc. ......... .
Johnson Oil Co.
Jones, G. Marcus.
General Confraclor, Inc.
Kafhryn's Dress Shop ........
Lea-Wayne Knifiing Mills, Inc.
M lx S Sales ................
McGuffin Lumber Company ..
McKinley Sfudio, Phofographers
Magnavox Company. The .... .... ....
Masengill Agency ............
Medlin Hosiery Mills, Inc.
Marhoff-Sfrafe-Wilson, lnc. . ..
Mills Dry Cleaners ........
Minnis Drug Sfore ..........
Milchell-Hodge Elecfric Co. .... . . . .
Morningside Beaufy Salon
Morningside Shell ...........
Morrisfown Chesf Company .... ....
Morrisfown Federal Savings and
Loan Associafion ..... . . . . . . . . . . .
Morrisfown Foam Corporafion .
Morrisfown Laundry-Dry Cleaners
Morrisfown Lincoln Mercury, Inc.
Morrisfown Office Machines, Inc. . . . . ..
Morrisrown Ufilify Commission .
Nafional Healfhware ..........
Noe Aufo Supply ......
Norris lndusfries ............
Norfh Cumberland Mofors ....
Oakes Mofor Company ......
Office Equipmenl' Company
Panfher Sfeel Co. ......... .
Parks-Bell: Co. ..... .... .
Allen, Dale, M.D.
Bacon and Dugger, Afforneys
Beckner, James, Afforney
Briffain, William H.
Brock, Howard T., M.D.
Brogan, Chef B.
Caldwell, John D., M.D.
Capps and Oakley, Afforneys
Chambers. Sam M., O.D.
Davis, James M., AHorney
Doka, Sieve L., D.D.S.
Duby, Mrs. C.J.
Hadden, Joe L.. D.D.S.
Hale, George S., Jr.
Holmes, R. L.
Isbell and Farris, D.V.M.
Jaynes, W. D., O.D.
Lynch, E. Gene, M.D.
McFall, B. G., D.C.
Miller, James K., Afforney
Ouflaw, J. C.
Reed and Terry, Aflorneys
Renner, O. C., M.D.
Rooney. J. R., D.C.
Spearman, George W.
Sfambaugh, Jim W., Aflorney
Taylor, Ernesf R., Afforney
Trenf, Milbum M.
Trusler. P. M., M.D.
Walker, Clay, Afforney
Debbie Rouse and Mr. Ray Bradley discuss The
color adverfisemenf for
Pol lncorporafed . . . ...... . . . .
Praler Oil Co.
Price Mofors ........
Purkey Real Esfafe ........
Riley, Sam, Chevrolel ....
Risacher Mofors Inc. ..
Roberfs and Turner .............
Rogers, R. M., Co. ............ .
Rogers Brofhers Consfrucfion Co., nc
Roseland Florisl' ................
Rowe Moving and Slorage .....
Sanifary Drug Sfore .........
Sheeley, Lynn, Co. ............ .
Shelby Williams of Tennessee, Inc.
Smi'Ih's IGA ...................
SmiHy's Kenfucky Fried Chicken .
Snyder's Aufo Supplies .........
Soufhern Shoe Sfore .........
SfeIzer's Funeral Home
Slubblefield Funeral Home
Sfubblefield Jewelry .......
Sunsei' Barber Shop ....
Sunsef Drive-ln ...........
Taylor Jobbing Company
Teague Drug Sfore ......
Tennessee Furnifure, Inc. ..
Tenn-Flake Corporafion ....
Tower Gulf Service ......
Trailways Bus Sfafion ........
Trenf Land and Auclion Co.
Union Camp ................
Vaughn Realfy ..............
Vic-Tone One Hour Cleaners
Walker, Cas Super Merkel -IH . ..
Wallace Hardware Co. ...... .
Wayman, Joe A., Co. .... .
Weesner-Reams Co. ...... .
Wesf End Lanes .............
Wesfern Auio Associafe Sfore
Wolfe Real Esiafe and Insurance
Wykle's "Y" Mofel ......... ..
Brad Iey's Pro Hardware
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Mr. C het Brogan
Mr. Brogan has spent many hours in producing photographs
for the advertising section of the 1968 ITAKHA. we are most
grateful to him for his constant effort.
Mr. Dave Kinton
Mr, Kinton, our local representative from Taylor Publishing
Company, has served as an invaluable counselor in the develop-
ment of the 1968 ITAKHA. His professional advice and his
beneficial suggestions have greatly improved the quality of the
yearbook. The staff is, therefore, deeply indebted to Mr. Kinton
for his assistance.
Mr. Frank Litz
For many years, Mr. Litz has furnished the animals for the
annual MHS Nativity Scene. On behalf of the senior class, we
extend our sincere thanks to him for adding a realistic touch
to our Christmas each year.
Mr. H. Evan McKinley
Mr. McKinley has devoted a tremendous amount of his
time this year in order to produce many top-quality photo-
graphs for the 1968 ITAKHA. His expert work and tireless
patience are sincerely appreciated by the entire staff.
Mrs. H. Evan McKinley
Working under crowded conditions, the 1968 ITAKHA staff
has found Mrs. McKinley, the adviser, invaluable in its work.
Her constant guidance, experienced advice, and hard work have
been of great benefit to each member of the staff and of maxi-
mum importance in the publication of this volume. We are most
thankful for her devotion to the ITAKHA and her friendship
Mr. Ramh W Sharpe
As editorial adviser to the ITAKHA staff, Mr. Sharpe has
suggested textual emendations. For his skillful advice and daily
cheerfulness, we are indeed grateful. p
Mrs. Kyle Thompson
The 1968 staff is deeply grateful to Mrs. Kyle Thompson
for her assistance. Her capable advice has been both beneficial
to the staff and has also improved the quality of the 1968
The 1968 ITAKHA staff is also deeply indebted to the
faculty members and students of MHS who have cooperated in
the publication of this yearbook. We express our appreciation
to all of you.
Mr. Frank Litz prepares to load his sheep along with other animals for After the 1968 Wh0'S Who program, Mr. McKinley takes pictures for
the annual Morristown High School Nativity Scene. the ITAKHA as guests and students talk in the background.
A utogmp hs
While taking club pictures for the annual, Ragena Walker tells joe Whiteside, "I'm not
always this miserable sometimes I'm even worse!"
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"Maybe you can leam to use a slide rule now!" Mr.
Keener says to Al Hodges.
"0h! Mr. Pemberton, you get better looking every year," states Mrs. Roark as she
glances through the new 1967 ITAKHA.
"How will I ever fix this ?" wonders Carl Storms, the
ITAKHA Staff photographer.
Coach Quarles stresses the use of the trajectory principle in shooting.
TAYLOR PUILISHING COMPANY
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