Morristown Hamblen East High School - Itakha Yearbook (Morristown, TN)
- Class of 1983
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Dr. Diane Briscoe, new member of the school
board, is welcomed at a reception held at
Several changes took place in the office this year. Mrs.
Carter retired and was replaced by Mrs. Welch. Mrs.
Thompson moved from Guidance to join the office person-
nel. Mr. Weesner's office was moved to the bookstore, and
Mrs. Shanks' office was moved downstairs. Mr. Williams
conducted his annual evaluation of the teachers and
classes. Mr. Russell enforced all the rules, and Mr.
Weesner handled the business and special activities.
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Several changes took place in the English department.
Proficiency English was required of every student who fail-
ed the proficiency exam. This course was taken in addition
to whatever English course the student should be in. The
second departmental change was the creation of a standard
grading procedure to assure departmental consistency.
New standards for spelling were emphasized.
Proficiency Math was added to
help students pass the State Profi-
ciency Test. The Advanced Math
class was broken down into Pre-
Calculus and Trigonometry so that
the students could take just one
semester of each. Two new Apple
computer systems were purchased
for use in the Computer Programm-
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The Science Department attempted to provide the stu-
dent body with knowledge of the environment. This was
accomplished through the combination of classroom study,
laboratory experience, and field trips. Charlie Holt was ad-
ded as the new biology teacher.
The Social Studies year was highlighted by visits from
the Fourth District Congressional Candidate Cissy Baker
and former Vice President Walter Mondale. The student
body participated in a mock election with the results sur-
prisingly close to those of the official election. Mr. Canter
was added as an economics instructor. The department
also had several other changes with the addition of Ad-
vanced Placement American History and Current Issues.
Enrollment in the Foreign
Language Department was increased
this year, especially in the German
classes. Mrs. Strange was added as a
French teacher. The Spanish classes
sponsored the annual International
Dinner with all foreign language
classes participating. The classes
were more active this year and took
part in various activites outside the
Mr. Kraig and company draw clean-up detail
after the International Dinner.
Vocational Instruction continued to prepare students for
existing job markets. The Co-op class combined profitable
work experience with school. The other classes provided
experience in fields varying from small-engine repair to
Cosmetology. Mr. Robinson, mechanical drawing teacher
was chosen to serve on the State of Tennessee Textbook
Adoption Committee which reviews the books that will be
adopted by individual school systems. In addition, the
mechanical drawing desks were replaced and refinished as
upgrading the vocational facilities continued.
Danell Daniel and Rosa Drinnon learn by doing.
The Business Education Depart-
ment provided students with the of-
fice skills needed to acquire jobs in
the business world. VOE II was given
the responsibility fo all of the Xerox-
ing of copies for the teachers. Mrs.
McKinley was chosen to serve on the
State of Tennessee Textbook Adop-
tion Committee for Secretarial and
The Agriculture and Home
Economics Departments had a busy
year. Several agriculture students
participated in the annual soil judg-
ing competition. Home Economics
students placed in competition on
district and state levels. The paren-
ting classes had the opportunity to be
parents to baby eggs. This was an ex-
periment to prepare students for the
time limitations of parenting.
Health, P.E., and
The Health classes continued to emphasize the impor-
tance of the whole person. A new teacher, Mr. Iones, was
added to the department. The Physical Education Depart-
ment stressed safety and sportsmanship. The Driver's Ed.
Department continued to prepare students for driving.
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Several changes were made in the
Guidance Department this year. A
new counselor, Mrs. Strange, was ad-
ded to the department. Also, Marlene
Alvis was added as the new
secretary. The library continued to
improve for the benefit of students
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The NIROTC Department saw the formation of the
NIROTC Rifle Team. The NIRGTC continued in its tradi-
tional activities, and it also participated in the Summer
Cruise Program on a U.S. Navy Ship.
The Vocational Improvement Program continued to help
vocational students who had difficulties in their other
Supportive staff members, Mrs. IvIacLeay and Mr.
Reagan contributed to student well-being. Mrs. MacLeay
cured students of all their aches and pains. Mr. Reagan
protected the students' property and enforced the rules.
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this year. A salad bar was added to
the lunch menu to give the students a
wider variety of foods. For those late
risers, the cafeteria started serving
breakfast every morning.
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The combination of three chapters
made FHA one of the largest clubs at
East High. The members of FHA pro-
vided their assistance at the Calloway
Day Care Center. The future
homemakers raised funds for the
March of Dimes and selected a
member from each chapter to repre-
sent Morristown East High FHA at
the State Convention. The three
chapters were sponsored by Mrs. Fox
Chapter I, Mrs. Helton Chapter II,
and Mrs. Spoon Chapter III.
Left: Chapter II officers. Below: Chapter III of-
ficers. Bottom: Chapter III. Right: Chapter I
officers. Below Right: Chapter I. Bottom Right:
Red Cross Council
New sponsor, Mr. Ward Ashley, and the Red Cross
Council boosted their club membership to an expansive
forty-five member organization. This club dedicated and
devoted its time to assisting the community in any way
needed. In their first bloodmobile, they collected 94 pints
of blood, exceeding their goal of 50 pints. They assisted
with the handicapped children in the Special Olympics
and sponsored another Bloodmobile during the spring.
Top: RED CROSS OFFICERS - Shelia
Gilbert, Lori Barr, and Rhonda Goins. Middle:
1982-83 Red Cross Council. Bottom: Randy
Knight and Kim Hannah seem to be enjoying
To get their 1982-83 school year off on the right foot, the
Naval Iunior ROTC took an enchanting cruise during the
summer. Taking their cadets to Carson Newman, Captain
Dellinger and Commander Deaton watched as they show-
ed their form on Iunior ROTC Field Day. They were com-
mended for their performance at their annual Inspection
which was held before the student body on November 3,
1982. Other activities ROTC participated in included the
Veterans' Day Parade and their annual Military Ball.
Top: The color guard performs before the Homecoming kickoff. Left Top:
The audience watches attentively as the cadets undergo inspection. Mid-
dle: lust before seasickness. Bottom: Another day without a catch. Right
Top: NIROTC Third Platoon. Right Bottom: NIROTC Fourth Platoon.
aval Iunior ROTC
Superior ratings in several different competitions gave
M-H East's band the reputation it deserved. The band
received a superior rating in the Second Annual Ap-
palachian Band Competition in Kingsport and was named
Grand Champions at the 13th Annual Western Carolina
University Band Competition. At Christmas, these award-
winning Hurricanes paraded down Main Street for the
Christmas Parade. They performed at each football game
and promoted school spirit at the pep rallies. The band was
another of East High's award-winning organizations.
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Right: The band shows their spirit at the football games. Top Left: The
Hurricane Band in action. Below: Some people march to a different drum.
Center: The 1982-82 Hurricane Band. Bottom Right: The brass section
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Left: Charlene Sawyer, Flag Captain. Middle
Right: The Flag Corps steps in with style. Bot-
tom: The Flag Corps keeps on smiling.
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The Morristown-Hamblen East Concert Choir originated
as a means of teaching the mechanics and the art of perfor-
ming music. The organization taught students about
themselves and the art of working with other students. The
thirty-eight Choir members met every school day, and
often the director, Mr. Adams, held meetings after school to
rehearse. The long hours of effort yielded another suc-
cessful year with the production of a Christmas Concert
and an annual choir drama. The Chamber Singers, another
choral group, sang for many organizations throughout the
These students, under the supervi-
sion of Mrs, Irene Fain, met twice a
month, in the Morristown East
Cosmetology department. The Voca-
tional Industrial Club of America
IVICAI was designed to stress student
involvement and leadership for the
promotion of Vocational Education.
A car wash was held to raise money
for such activities as an annual spring
trip and installation ceremony. VICA
devised some service projects also. A
few of the projects were the Toys for
Tots Drive, giving Christmas stock-
ings to Kingswood School, and
delivering fruit baskets to the Life
Care Center. VICA also participated
in Homecoming Events, Christmas
Parade, spring Beauty Festival, and
the State Board Exam in Nashville.
Under the direction of Mrs. Linda
Eisenhower, the Health Occupations
Students of America fostered pro-
grams and developed activities to
achieve their purpose. They partook
in the Regional HOSA Conference,
Red Cross Bloodmobile, and Installa-
tion , Ceremony for officers with
parents as guests. At Thanksgiving,
they provided a basket for a needy
family and decorated Life Care
Center on Valentine's Day.
Volunteering their services to the
school personnel, the club set up a
blood pressure screening clinic and
visited Silver Dollar City at the end of
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ITOECI, led by Mrs. lane McKinley,
was established to encourage the in-
terest in and development of Voca-
tional Office Education IVOEJ among
interested Morristown East High
students. TOEC develops high expec-
tations, standards of ethics, and per-
formance in the office. TOEC creates
the will to explore employment op-
portunities in the modern office
which today is more than a simple
typewriter and file cabinets. TOEC
TOEC Chapter I met twice mon-
thly. The first Tuesday of each month
was assigned for business meetings,
and the third Tuesday, program
meetings were held. The Installation
Dinner was held at Western Steer on
November 29, 1982. TOEC I par-
ticipated in Regional and State TOEC
Competitions and a Leadership Con-
ference at Nashville. At Christmas
the club delivered a basket to a needy
family. In january, members
delivered cookies to the teachers.
Faculty Cafeteria Table decorations
were planned for East and the VOE
lab was decorated.
TOEC Chapter II's meeting
schedule was the same as TOEC I.
The Installation Dinner was held
jointly with TOEC I at Western Steer.
TOEC II also participated in Regional
and State TOEC Competition and
Leadership Conference. TOEC II
helped in the distribution of cookies
and also gave a Christmas basket.
They visited the Morristown Area
Vocational School and gave a Hallo-
ween party for handicapped children
at Lincoln Learning Center. TOEC II
gave a dollar per member to the
Foster Children's Christmas Program,
Department of Human Services.
Anchor Club - Best Year Yet
The Anchor Club volunteered its
services for the school and communi-
ty in every imaginable way. Each
month someone volunteered to
babysit with pre-school children at
Hillcrest PTA. The club worked in
the Heart Fund and Cancer Drives.
Providing snacks each week at the
youth Emergency Shelter and help-
ing with the American Red Cross
Bloodmobile were among other ser-
vice projects. These service-minded
students fulfilled their purpose once
again. Mrs. Ferne Strange and Mrs.
Vera Thompson advised this fifty-
member organization which well
deserved the award of Most Outstan-
t ding Anchor Club among clubs
Opposite Page, Top Left: Karen Mitchell accepts the Most Outstanding
Anchor Club Award. Top Right: Karen Foster prepares to leave for
Freedom's Foundation in Valley Forge. Bottom: Anchor Club. Top: Newly
installed Anchor Club members. Middle Left: 1982-83 Anchor Club of-
ficers. Middle Right: Is this right, Mrs. Thompson? Bottom: What do I do
With the aid of the newly inducted
Beta Club members, the Beta Club
again had an active year. Compiling
their achievement, leadership, and
character, they developed another
trait: citizenship. During the
Christmas season, the members of
Beta Club brilliantly decorated the
cafeteria and presented the teachers
with "goodies" on Teacher Apprecia-
tion Day. After each nine weeks, they
placed a list of the honor students in
the office. New members of the Beta
Club were inducted on November 17,
1982. Inspired by their sponsors, Mrs.
Charlotte Charles and Mr. Mike
Mills, the Beta Club members lived
up to their promise to be the leaders
of their community.
In only its second year at East
High, the Interact Club has really got-
ten its act together. The intention oi
the organization is service, and they
did just that. They assisted in the Run
for Yes, Run for the Rose, and voter
registration. Aside from their service
projects, they attended a convention
in Gatlinburg and provided a social
for new members.
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tom: Chris Edwards and Mike Harris catch up
on lost sleep during Spanish Club meetings.
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Tammy Fletcher holds the chicken as Ronnie
Smith cuts off its head. Bottom Left: Lisa
Vaughn and Melissa Livesay write a letter to
Alonzo. Bottom Right: Spanish Club officers.
Every other Thursday the Spanish Club met to hold its
interestingly unique meetings guided by Mr. Kraig.
Broadening their knowledge of the Spanish culture, these
students traveled to Knoxville to view a Spanish play and
participated in Language Day at ETSU. The club took part
in annual events such as the Spanish Club picnic and the
International Dinner. Furthermore, the club tried
something new. They adopted a child, Elmo Eleazar Alon-
zo Ceballos, a three year old Guatemalan boy. They sent
3518.00 to him each month. The club ended the year in
hopes of adventuring to Gatlinburg.
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The members of this organization strove to unite the
members of the Latin Classes to form a service-type
organization. The Latin Club met once a month in Mr. Iohn
Cranford's room. They participated in the International
Dinner, Teacher Appreciation, and had a trip planned for
the spring. The officers were Kim Bunch, Iohn Foster,
Angie Hale, and Rachell Acuff.
Voici la Club Francais
The French Club met once a month in Room 306. New
club advisor, Mrs. Ferne Strange, promoted an interest in
all things French. Contributing to her goal, she took her
classes to Carson Newman to view a French movie. The
club also participated in the International Dinner and
Increasing their knowledge of Ger-
many, the German Club boosted its
enrollment to fifty-seven members.
Everyone contributed recipes for
preparing a German Cookbook and
provided food of their culture at the
International Dinner. This organiza-
tion, being led by Ms. Trobaugh, had
devised a trip and a picnic for the
spring and were planning to par-
ticipate in some type of service
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The new club at East High was the
AIASA Club, short for American In-
dustrial Art Students Association.
This club was destined to help
students appreciate industry,
manufacturing, and technology. In
hopes of purchasing blazers for club
members, they participated in several
fund raisers. Although the club was
only a year old, it promised to be
heard from in 1983-84.
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The Library Club had yet another busy year with a
membership of 35 students, mostly underclassmen. They
promoted service in the library and the school by meeting
monthly to plan such events as fundraising lthey earned
S507341, participating in the Morristown Christmas parade,
baby sitting for PTA conferences, and working in the
library. Members did have some fun, though. They had a
pizza party at Pizza Inn and a Christmas party at Mrs.
McGinnis's house. The club bought Christmas gifts for
their sponsors, Mrs. Sally Bennett, Mrs. Connie McGinnis,
and Mrs. Azalee Malone.
The Science Club, led by badmin-
ton coach David "them dawgs"
Vaughn, completed its second year.
The Science Club was established to
encourage and exemplify scientific
study and participation. They met
once a month to discuss such things
as their annual winter hike and field
trips to area industries. This year
each member was required to pro-
duce a project demonstration.
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Planning the different contests and
activities during Homecoming Week
was a major contribution of the Stu-
dent Council. The council members
were chosen by their fellow
classmates to see that they were pro-
vided a fun-filled and entertaining
school year. Traveling to Knoxville
for a student government workshop
enabled the students to learn new
skills and techniques for student
government. The council was led by
the ever-ready Mr. Weesner.
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Published monthly by a staff of students and advisor, The
HURRICANE is a self-supporting newspaper serving the stu-
dents of Morristown-Hamblen High School East. The staff
urges contributions from students and teachersg obsceni-
ties and items detrimental to the school will not be pub-
Co-Editors: Kelly Creech and Ronnie Smith
Business Manager: Pam Sutton
Advisor ........................ . ......... Mrs. Elise Oakes
News Editor ..... .
Features Editor .... ... .... .......... .Darla Brooks
Sports Editor ............................... Charlie Blair
Reporters ...... ...Mary Ann Bales, Stephanie Brooks, Brian
Ferguson, Kim Fowler, Janet Hance, Sandy
Laico, Sonya Lawson, Kim Moore, John
Quillen, Sherry ThompsonandLisaVaughn.
Photographers. ........... Paul Greene and Brian Stephenson
artist......... .................... .... .......Tom Moore
Ad-Designers .......... Cheryl Clark and Jonathon Dellinger
Colmefspondence.: 405 S. James SI. llofuwsiown, Tenn. 37814
Top: Wow Ronnie! How do you do that? Middle Left: What do you think's
going on? Center: Tom Moore works while the three stooges look on. Mid-
dle Right: I don't know how to turn it on! Bottom: Hurricane during the
Meeting five days a week fifth and
sixth periods enabled the Hurricane
Staff to produce a newly-designed
newspaper each month. Sometimes
these meetings were held in room
3233 however, in their busiest
moments, they were most fortunate to
have the use of a storage closet lHur-
ricane Rooml. Being advised by Mrs.
Oakes, this staff was also capable of
- issuing special editions such as the
Homecoming and Senior issues.
ITAKHA Experiences Pac Man Fever
The ITAKHA Staff labored diligently and spent their ef-
fort in the composition of the 1983 ITAKHA. During the
summer the staff sold ads to provide the student body with
this unique book. The seniors of this select group of
students also attended a camp at Carson-Newman in Iuly
and departed with a first place trophy for their efforts. Mrs.
Barbara Robinson, advisor and leader of the pac, was pa-
tient and helpful in the energizing of the staff. After all the
deadlines were met and the final touches were made, this
staff was able to present the student body a book unlike
any other ever written..
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roller coaster. The team opened up with a loss to Carter,
but the team regrouped and pounded Daniel Boone the
next game. They continued this rampage and defeated
Loudon very handily. Then, the Hurricanes ran up against
Oak Ridge. The team fought hard, but they wound up on
the losing end. The Hurricanes then defeated Crockett and
Newport, setting up the dual with Ieff Co. The Hurricanes'
luck ran dry from this point on. They lost to Ieff Co.,
Greeneville, and ,their final game against West. When all
was said and done, the Hurricanes wound up with a final
record of 5 wins and 5 defeats. The season was highlighted
by the play of two-time All Stater Toby Pearson and two-
time All Conference Brian Keller.
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Middle: Ion Iennings cuts hard through the gap. Bottom Right: Brian
Keller follows his blockers through the hole. Left: Scotty Shultz pounds
through the middle of the line. Opposite Page Top: Toby Pearson tries to
pull away from the defender. Opposite Page Bottom: The 1982 Hurricane
Some of the Highs
Conference Offensive MVP
All Region All State All South
Opposite Page, Top: The Hurricane captains, Toby Pearson and Ion Ienn-
ings, win the toss of the coin. Middle: The Hurricanes huddle up to plan
their strategy. Bottom: Toby Pearson applies a crushing hit on the runner.
pointment, the 1982 Freshman
Football season- was excellent..
This group of determined and
talented young men was "one of
the best" to be under theleader-r
ship of Coachllohn Cranford.
The young 'athletes progressed
through the season uncontested
until the final two games, the
first of which was against jeffer-
son County whose over-all
talent exceeded that of our East-
freshman team. The traditional
last game against West pitted
two teams with a 6-1 record.
West simply played a better
game and sent East away with a
final 6-2 record for the season.,
This outstanding record was
credited to the well-balanced
passing and running games,
Larry Hartman and Todd'
Morgan were two outstanding
to the running game
mendable. The passing attack's
effectiveness is credited to
Craig Hammer' and Otis
Incidentally, Hank Smith did
superlative iob at leading both
of these aspects of
with great skill for
player. A noteworthy was
that E.ast's first team allowed
only one touchdown the 1st six
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TEAM PICTURE: Center Front: Tammy Lane.
1st Row: Kristy Townsend, Kay Kinsler, Susan
Musser, Tara Carmichael, Glenda Musick, and
Leta Ellison. 2nd Row: Alisa Sanders, Laverine
Reece, Lisa Patton, Robin Earls, lane Wolford.
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its winning reputation this year with a
final "win-lose" record of 12-9.
Coach Ava Walker, prevailing after
vital losses of five seniors from last
year's squad, coached her young and
inexperienced team to a good stan-
ding in the conference. Tammy Lane,
having played four years, was looked
to for the much needed leadership,
and Susan Musser, Tara Carmichael,
and Kay Kinsler added their senior
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spike. Top Left: Tara Carmichael poses for the
camera. Center Right: Susan Musser sets the
ball up for Lisa Patton. Bottom Left: Tammy
Lane says, "Say your prayers." Bottom Right:
Glenda Musick displays her setting form.
The 1982 Cross Country Teams
under the guidance of Mike Harville
posted successful seasons. The Boys'
Cross Country team finished with an
unblemished worksheet and took se-
cond place in both the Kingsport In-
vitational and IMAC meets. The team
also reached the Regional meet but
ranked a disappointing sixth place.
The Girls' team got off to a slow
start but showed steady improvement
finishing up with a 6-7 regular season
The 1982-1983 Hurricane basketball team mended their
ways by compiling a 18-9 record near the end of the season.
The team finished second in the Inter-mountain Con-
ference in regular season play. The members of the team
then went on to place in the regionals tournament. The
Canes' success can be contributed to team play and new
head coach Iimmy Iones. This year's team proved that
dedication and hard work pay off.
Top: Mike Orrick goes up to win the opening tip. Bottom: Coach Iones
relays his instructions to the team.
Left: The Hurricanes get ready. Top Right: Mike Iennings prepares to
shoot. Bottom: Mike Orrick puts up the soft jumper. Opposite Page, Top
Left: Chris Edwards makes a move on the defender. Bottom Left: Toby
Pearson powers up for the basket. Top Right: lamie Elliott looks to pass
off, Bottom Right: Mike Iennings goes up above the crowd.
The B-Team Boys have experienced the leadership of Coach Dave Canter for
the first year. The main goal of Coach Canter during his first season was to re-
main undefeated but that possibility was snapped early in the season by West
Greene. The team consisted mainly of sophomores with the exception of Ieff
Isom and Steve Wilson who also played varsity basketball.
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Page, Bottom: Boys B-Team Basketball. Top
Left: The ultimate form of Doug Hughes. Top
Center: The Hurricanes plan game strategy.
Top Right: All eyes await the decision of
Richard Long. Center: To play with the Hur-
ricanes you must stay on your toes. Bottom: It's
tip-off time at Isenburg-Siler Gymnasium.
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The 1982-83 Girls Varsity Basketball Team, in spite of the
strong senior leadership lost in the 1981-82 season, incor-
porated speed and skill into a winning season. The con-
ference final was an outstanding 9-5 placing the Huricanet-
tes in a lone second place, and the overall record was 16-9.
Andee Hidalgo, lettering for the third consecutive year,
took over the job of essential senior leadership along with
Tammy Lane. Dawn Bentley, Ianet Neal, and Lisa Talley
were all three starting juniors: sophomore starter Sandy
Brown picked up the slack. Angie Laws, Mary Ann Bales,
Ellen Thompson, Pam Martin and Tammy Webb com-
pleted the line-up for the varsity squad. In tournament play
the Hurricanettes advanced to the Regional Tournament
by defeating Morristown West in the first round of District
Tournament. However, the team's 1982-83 basketball
season was abruptly ended in the first round against
Volunteer in the Regional Tournament.
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Top Left: "This is it girls!" Top Right: Patty
Cake, Patty Cake. Bottom Left: The Hur-
ricanettes are on the run. Bottom Middle: Pam
Wilker tries for two. Bottom Right: Coach Price
is at it again.
Top: Coach Cranford takes time out. Lower
Left: The Hurricanes on defense. Lower Right:
Larry Harrell uses basketball fundamentals.
Bottom: 1982-83 Freshman Basketball Team.
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The Boy's Freshman Basketball
Team finished an impressive season
with a 7 - 3 conference record and a
first place conference tie with
Greeneville. All members of the team
contributed to a 9 - 6 season slate
which led to the team's participation
in the District Tournament.
1982-83 IV CHEERLEADERS - Enga Taylor
Vanessa Vanover, Marva Hogan, Cindy Mar:
tin, Becky Walker, and Ieanie Holt.
The high-spirited actions of Sherry
Thompson, Robin Collake, Donna
Brock, Sonja Shepard, Gwen Brooks,
Candi Smallman, Stacy Stewart, and
Sonya Pigmon led the 1982-83 Hur-
ricane Athletic programs to outstan-
ding and successful seasons. The
squad got into the groove by sporting
new uniforms and adding a tantaliz-
ing array of gymnastic stunts to
brighten up their traditional chants
Opposite page Right: Candy Smallman. Left:
Robin Collake and Donna Brock. Above left:
Stacey Stewart and Sonja Pigmon. Far Left:
Gwen Brooks. Left: Stacey Stewart
The 1982-83 Hurricane Wrestlers compiled the best
record of a Morristown team with a 12-1 slate. The team
kept up the four-year tradition of no home losses. The team
also placed either second or third in five tournaments. The
Canes finished second in the conference and third in the
district. The team was led by senior Tim Dennison who
had a 23-0 record. Tim Dennison, Iimmy Inman, Ieff Hill,
Billy Murphy, and Terry Costner went to the regional tour-
nament in Greeneville. The Canes also placed wrestlers in
the state tournament. Several B-team wrestlers were upped
to the varsity squad including senior Iody Backer.
Top: Lewis Davis stages himself for the attack. Middle: The opponent sub-
mits to the pin of Terry Costner. Bottom: Billy Murphy locks up the oppos-
The 1982 Hurricane Baseball team defined the word ex-
citement. The team came from behind numerous times to
win. The team was given the label "Cardiac Kids." The
team finished up the year with a 26-10 record. They were
also Conference, District, and Region Champions. David
Bewley led the batting corps with a .390 average, but Kevin
Emert and Tony Hayes obtained a close .383 and .381 bat-
ting average. David Bewley, Tony Hayes, Kevin Emert, and
Mike Prince received All-Intermountain Conference
honors. Bewley and Emert also received All-Upper Ten-
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Season after season seems to be a-rebuilding year for the
Boys Tennis Team and the 1981-82 season was no excep-
tion. The boys struggled for a winning season with the
mark of a 6-5 worksheet, finishing up the season with a
third place rating in the conference. Mike Samsel received
recognition for his athletic skills by being named to the
All-Conference Team during his senior year.
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Opposite Page Bottom: Lloyd Davis eyes the
ball. Top Left: The Tennis Lob shown by leff
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Tennis Team Triumphs
An impressive season ended with a 12-0 worksheet for
the girls Tennis Team. This exciting record fulfilled one of
the team's long-awaited accomplishments, CONFERENCE
CHAMPS The team viewed the Greenville match as the
highlight of the season. By defeating Greenville the team
broke the tie for first place and East achieved the Cham-
pionship. Experience should be the key to a successful
season next year, since only three senior team members
graduated. Special congratulations were extended to Kim
Bunch for her all-conference rating.
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Opposite Page Bottom: Susie Wilson plays the hop.
Top Left: Kim Howington reaches for the sun. Top
Middle: Lisa Bunch forcefully returns the ball.
Top Right: Carol Byerley shows her style. Center:
Kim Bunch's face says it all. Bottom: Mary Ann
Bales shows her talent.
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An inexperienced 1982 Hurricane Golf
Team, three freshmen, three sophomores,
and two juniors, did better than observers
might have expected. At the Smoky Moun-
tain Golf Course in Newport, East placed
3rd among seven teams in the conference
tournament. In the District Tournament at
the Link Hills Country Club in Greenville,
the team placed 4th, Tim Moore qualified
with an 83 for the regional tournament.
East placed 9th among twenty teams at the
Morristown Invitational Tournament. At
the Spring Sports Banquet, Tim Moore was
named the Most Valuable Player, Scotty
Kanipe received the Most Improved
Player Award, and Rusty Smith was given
the Mark Fisher Memorial Award at
Honors' Night. TEAM PICTURE - 1st
Row: Robert Hepburn, Tim Barbee, Rusty
Smith. 2nd Row: Michael Lewis, Tim
Moore, Coach Mills, Scotty Kanipe, Bobby
Homecoming at East High School - it was more than just a traditional
celebration for returning alumni. Homecoming was a week of crazy antics and
outlandish garb with a special day for every closet punk rocker, beach bum, Beau
Brummell, and cowboy. It was the time when color and creativity brightened all
the homeroom doors for the annual door decorating contest. It was the screaming
thrill of the wildest pep rally of the year and the hilarity of the hoagie eating con-
test. Homecoming was an extravagant display of school spirit and the selection of
a Mr. and Miss Spirit, who were this year Ronnie Smith and Andee Hidalgo. It
was the pulse-quickening anticipation of the "Big Moment" when the name of
the 1982 Homecoming Queen, Sherry Thompson, was announced. Homecoming
was the relish of a 42-8 football victory over Crockett and the fun of a homecom-
ing dance to wind up the entire celebrated week. Homecoming at East High
School - it was the time, the feeling, the fun that typically characterized the best
memories of a high school year.
Right: The 1982 East High Homecoming
Queen, Sherry Thompson, with escort Ricky
Below: Susan Musser. Bottom Left: Kim Ren-
ner. Center: Tracy Dickerson. Right: Stephanie
Top Left: Lesley Musick. Center: Sonia
Shepard. Right: Donna Brock. Middle Left:
Robin Collake. Center: Kim Williams. Right:
Kim Hayes. Bottom Left: Melanie Cameron.
Center: Tara Carmichael.
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Above: Munching out: Donna Brock assists
Coach Denton and Coach Lay in their sub-
Above: Hamming it up: Brian Dalton and
David lenkins jam for the Senior Skit.
Below: The "Hefty Brigade" punks out.
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Martin and Linda Turley. Bottom: Tony Mar-
tin, Ronnie Cobb, Tracy Dickerson, Greg
Carpenter, and Charlene Sawyer step out for a
breath of fresh air. Opposite Bottom Left: "Let's
dance just one more time." Harold Owenby
urges his date, Kim Christian. Opposite Bottom
Right: Three's Company: Barbara Stump, Ioey
Greene, and Tammy White. Opposite Top: The
beginning of a beautiful evening for Brian
Dalton and Andrea Carey.
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Hours of frantic preparation before the "big night"
pacing in anticipation at the front door . . . He arrives. Oh,
no! The corsage clashes with her dress. Dining at Knox-
ville's poshest restaraunt . . . laughing warmly over his
jokes . . . and she spills her iced tea. Racing back to East
High School in his Dad's Oldsmobile . . . escorting her
through the door . . . Oops! He remembers he left the
The once bland cafeteria is now transformed into a spr-
ing garden with festive flowers and a lattice-work gazebo.
Couples dance in every fashion to the varied music of "Air
Waves." Friends chat amiably, admiring each other's attire
and nervously fussing with their own. For many this is the
first prom, an event long-awaited since, perhaps, junior
high days. For all this is the one gala evening in high school
to be remembered after other parties and dances are
forgotten. This is the Iunior-Senior Prom, and the theme
expresses fittingly the attitude of the attendants: "Tonight's
Strolling out a bit wilted, but glowing . . . stifling a slightly
weary yawn . . . She recounts, fondly, the glittering evening
as he takes her home. It was a night to remember.
Prologue: The cultural event for East High's 1981-82
season was the production of the musical "Showboat."
Members of the East and West Concert Choirs, along with
an indispensible technical crew, joined together under the
direction of Mr. Randolph Adams to bring the unpredic-
table turn-of-the-century life on a Mississippi showboat to
Morristown. For the preparatory three months preceeding
the play, all those involved veritably lived the show, but
the finale was worth every minute of sacrifice.
East High School auditorium about 9:30 p.m.
Director: limpatientlyl I want that opening scene again
and this time get it right!
Unidentified Actor: The opening scene?!! We've only
rehearsed it eight times tonight and HE is still complaining.
Unidentified Actress: I think I'm going to drop from ex-
haustion - these dress rehearsals are grueling.
Another Unidentified Actress: lout of breath, rushing up
the stairs backstagel My entrance!! Did I miss it? What
scene is this now? fCatching breath but still a bit franticl I
couldn't find my costume with all that calamity in the
Unidentified Actor: I think you're confused - this is the
opening of Act two not scene two. But take heart, girls,
tomorrow is opening night, and . . .
Director: froaringl Quiet backstage!
Same place, one night later. An enthusiastic audience
cheers as the curtain call proceeds. The exuberant actors
break into triumphant chatter as the curtain closes.
Unidentified Actor: Wow! What a show! What a perfor-
mance! I could feel the energy - and the crowd did too.
They loved it!
Unidentified Actress: lwith delightl And they howled at
all the comic parts -- especially yours!
Another Unidentified Actor: Weren't the musical
numbers a smash?! Your solo never sounded better!
Director: lwith concealed pridel Thanks, guys - a super
job. What a show!
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Magnolia ........ .... S andy Hollan
Ioe .......... . . Gary Poythre
Kim lchildj . . . . . . ..... Amy Cranfor
Scott Knight, Roger Porter, Greg Shockley, Angee Allen, Andrea Cob
Hilary Gerson, Iill Keatts, Lisa Morris, Iudy O'Dell, Amy Rucker, Daw
Yates, Eric Lee, Conor O'Donoghue, Monty Palmer, Ralph Snowden, Bo
by Swaney, Andrew Carey, Teresa Cloud, Krisy Meyers, Laura Randolp
Elizabeth Wendling, Ieff Scott, Tim Shockley, Iay Gose, Sam Morri
Phillip Scott, Amy Davis, Lisa Blackerby, Renee Tyler, Melissa Clower
Karen Foster, Melissa Livesay, Andrea Arnold, Iudy Hazelwood, Sher
Kelley, Elizabeth Vance, Robin Wilder, Tracy Dickerson, Karla Meyer
Bill Whetzel, Sharon Smyth.
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posite Bottom: The mincing misses receive their invitations to Captain
Andy's show. Top Left: Ravenal persuades Magnolia to "Make Believe."
Top Right: Iulie, Queenie, and Magnolia engage in a serious tete-a-tete in
the pantry. Bottom Left: Parthy expresses her opinion of a common
townsperson. Bottom Right: "And that, folks, is a sample of our show,"
beams Captain Andy.
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Each year the Samuel Doak
Chapter of the Daughters of the
American Revolution honors an
outstanding high school student for
hislher achievement, leadership, and
citizenship. This year's recipient,
Ricky Bruce, was selected by the
faculty from a list of seniors
nominated by the senior class. He
received a pin and a monetary
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The 1981-1982 Scholar Bowl Team put in a great showing at the annual Scholars
owl Competition at Walters State. The team placed second in a contest with
everal other area teams. Their cross-town rivals, West High, beat them by only five
oints. The members of the team were Iohn Foster, Lanny Saylor, Steve Keesee,
ary Poythress lCaptain1, Laura Burton, and Steve Ienkins.
Laura Burton was named the
1982-1983 winner of the annual
Bausch and Lomb Science Award.
The award - a handsome bronze
medal - is presented each year to
winners at more than 8,600 par-
ticipating high schools throughout the
United States and Canada. The reci-
pient of this honor must maintain the
highest four-year average in science
courses at East. Winners of the B and
L Science Award are eligible for
scholarship competition, mainly at
Rochester University in Rochester,
Thirteen superior music students received the honor of
All State East Chorus. The entire East-West Choir attended
competition in the fall, and several members were judged
to be outstanding in their class. The East students chosen
for this honor were Sherie Kelley, Regina Hickman, Karen
Foster, Andrea Carey, Yolanda Treece, Angee Allen, Iane
Corbin, Sharon Owen, Brian Dalton, Scott Knight, David
Ienkins, Bill Whetsel, and Randy Webb. Five of these
students were further awarded the honor of All State
Chorus. Regina Hickman, lane Corbin, David Ienkins,
Angee Allen, and Randy Webb participated in the All-
State Chorus Concert in Memphis.
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Seven gifted band students exhibited their skill at the
All- State-East-Band tryouts at Knoxville. Although no East
student made Blue band fthe highest ranking possiblel, Bill
Whetsel made Red band. Next, ranking Green band, were
Greg Carpenter, Regina Hickman, Scott Sanders,
Stephanie Brooks, and lane Corbin. Rachel Acuff was the
only East member to make White band.
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point average of 3.75 to 4.00, qualifying them for High
Honors. Iulie Liposky, valedictorian, earned a 3.944
average during her rigorous studies and was followed by
Andy Plankenhorn, Trish Snowden and Laura Burton.
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"I will own my own business in either appliance repair
or heatingfcooling processes. I'll have a stone house: be
married, and have one child."
"I plan to be married to Ronnie Holbert and probably
have kids. I'll be a LPN, drive a Monte Carlo, and live in a
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"I plan to have a BS in Marketing, be working in sales
and do some traveling. I don't plan to be married."
"I would like to own my own clothing store lpossibly a
partnershipl, be married, own a house on the lake, a boat,
and a condominium at Daytona Beach."
hat ill You Be Doing in Ten Years?
"I plan to work as a Registered Nurse at Hamblen
Hospital, be married and have at least one child by that
time. In addition, I intend to have a very wealthy bank ac-
count and be happy and successful."
"I will be either a auctioneer, a surveyor, a medical
engineer, or a farmer. I plan to be married with about two
"After finishing medical school, I hope to open my own
private pharmaceutical practice, after earning about
380,000 a year, I plan to retire in the Bahamas."
"If I find the right man, preferably a handsome one, I in-
tend to be married, have an enjoyable job and a nice car -
something along the lines of a Buick Regal. Also, if I decide
to have children, I will adopt."
"I plan to be married with no children and have a career
in executive secretarial work or the accounting field. I
would also like to be able to travel abroad."
"I plan to be working in both the farming business and a
Stockyard Supply Company, married with three children.
Eventually, I hope to have five children."
"I will be a rich computer programmer. I won't be mar-
ried, and I'll have no kids that I'll claim."
"I plan to be a computer programmer or legal secretary,
married and have maybe one child."
"I intend to be working at a job in graphic arts or ar-
chitecture and will probably be married."
"I intend to be the biggest commercial artist this side of
the Mississippi, and have a luxurious mansion where I'll
have Playboy Bunny Parties."
"After graduation, from UT, I plan to be an industrial
engineer working for a metal company. Also, I plan to be
What will you be doing in ten years???
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i Bill Bible
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Because Coach Altizer's not a freshman, he can pull this
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Mike Collins y
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Randy Enwaxdillfo A
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My Tonfey Forcll
Edwa rd' French
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Allison Gibson 1
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The Freshman Class Officers are: Susan Mayhew, Vice-President: Emily Litz, Treasurer: Cindy
Hartman, President: and Sandy Iordan, Secretary.
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Scott McDaniel .
f Gregory Minton
Patsy Pa rtin
h Scott Price
Who says detention cramps Mickey Burris's style?
Nothing like back to classes to take the pep out of a rally.
A e MikeBacon
Mary Ann Bales
e Kevin Bell
D D AndreiB?35tonA
. Robert Brabston
Keith Butler B C
Angie Campbell l
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Mike H. Collins
Mike L. Collins
Muffy F oshie
Kim D. Fox
Iennifer Simpson asks, "Do I just press these little
Sherry Snowden is the perfect model for this beautiful
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Lorrie Garber 5
Sherry Garrett .
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' r Lance Graves
Bobby Greene e
' William Cue 1
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Angela Hale.: A
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Mike Hawkinsf t .
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Mark Hoard -
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Dee Dee Isom
Mary Ann Iohnson
What did Goldilocks do next, Demi
lohn Mead tells Scott Sanders, "I'll hold up my side, and
you hold up yours."
TOHY Lee L
'1 f Bruce Mon ks
D Mark Morley
o Romana Mritrern
L David Munsey
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h Debra Parsons
l Tina Pridefnore
E Andy Reaaoner
M M Gwnisss
M ' Angie Roach
Diana Self '
Do you think that Hank Smith is
really happy that East is winning?
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Let's hope that Derry Young's intentions are
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Etter Hurst wonders, "Be my Valentine?"
Steve Dorton says, "What? Me worry? No way man."
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. james Hill
Rhonda McBee is very patient with her ignorant
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I+ Kevin Wellsl
Debbie Locke i
Iames Long ,
h IQ-Ellen Marshall
t Ernie Seal
I. A SENIOR is never wrong.
II. SENIORS are superior in every wayg treat
them as such.
III. The only reason we keep the rest of the stu-
dent body is to make the SENIOR class
look even better.
IV. The relationship of the SENIOR class to
the rest of the student body is that of
master to slave.
V. Underclassmen should never speak to a
SENIOR until spoken to.
VI. On cam us always remember -
SENIORS llave right of way.
VII.A SENIOR is never late to class: class
begins when all the SENIORS have
VIII. Never mention to a SENIOR that he or she
was ever a freshman.
IX. Obey the SENIORS . . .their word is law.
X. The class of 1983 will be the last SENIOR
class at East High: in the future all Iuniors
shall be exterminated on the last day of
Dennis A. Adams
Shane T. Adams
Sherry lane Barnette
William Ierry Beck
Penny Lynn Bibbins
Donna Carol Brock
Stephanie Ioi Brooks
lohn Richard Bruce
Kimberly lean Bunch
Larry Loyd Burkett
Laura lane Burton
Karen Ann Capshaw
Tara Kay Carmichael
Iimmy L. Carpenter
Iohn Paul Carpenter
Cheryl Lynn Clark
Melissa Ann Clowers
Robin Melissa Cobb
james Brent Cochran
Robin Renee Collake
james Ricky Collins
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Mary Dale Cook
Cynthia Ann Costner
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Karen R. Daniel
David E. Davis
Lisa Renee Davis
Lloyd Edward Davis
Tim A. Dennison
Tracy Ann Dickerson
Rosa Gail Drinnon
Tena Louise DuBois
Iames Charles Elliott
Carole A. Ellis
Curtis Wayne Ellison
Kevin Lynn Emert
Anita Gail Estes
Larry F. Estes
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Virgil Allen Fawver
Sam Nichols Ferrell
Lisa K. Ford
Lisa A. Foster
Mary Diane Foster
Randi Kevin Frazier
Westley D. Garretson
Tammy Sue Gates
Shelia Diane Gilbert
Iohn Michael Graves
Ioseph Clay Greene
Paul William Greene
Alan Spencer Hale
Susan Elise Hale
Iudith K. Hamblen
Lora Ann Harber
Iarnes Ervin Harrell
Randy Allen Harrell
Steve R. Harrison
Lonetta K. Hatfield
Floyd Wayne Hawk
Anthony Kyle Hayes
Kimberly D, Hayes
Ada Ruth Heck
Phillip D. Hicks
Lisa Ioyce Hightower
Lyle Alec Hile Ir.
Ieff Wayne Hill
Sherry Ann H111
Llsa Dawn Hodge
Betty Io Holt
Iames Lee Inman
Ion Kevm Iennlngs
Llsa Lynn Iohneon
Greg V Iones
Karen Elalne Iones
Brenda Kay lullan
Duane Mlchael Kelly
Sherl Lynn Kelley
Gary Dean Kllby
Katherme A Klllan
Kermlt Cllff King
Lee Roy Kmsler
lames Scott Kmght
Dennls Paul Lane
Duke A. Lane
Howard Clark Lane
Mark Thomas Lane
Rita Annette Lane
Douglas E. Lawson
Iohn Iames Lee
Lisa K. Lee
Michael W. Lewis
luliet Marie Liposky
Boyd Alan Lynch
Ieri Gail McGinnis
Iohn D. McGough
Ieff T. Manning
Georgia Dee Martin
Cecelia Ann Mason
Samuel Paul Mays
Patience Ann Millar
Frankie Dee Miller
Karen S. Mitchel
Nancy Carol Moore
Tom A. Moore
Audrey Ann Moyers
Theresa C. Moyers
Susan Lea Musser
Scott Christian Nies
David Lynn Noe
Robert Carroll Nolan
Toby Frank Pearson
Hugh Kirk Patrick
Donald Wayne Pratt
Michael Ray Price
Lisa Michele Potter
Michael Iames Repp
Sharon Renae Roach
Karen Elaine Rose
Thomas Dwlght Rush
Ieanne Anne Russell
Telford E Rymer
Marty W Sandefer
Tlm Davld Sawyer
Dennls Mark Scott
Larry Ralph Seal
Larry E Self
Mlchael B Sexton
Bradley Leon Sharp
Iohn Wayne Sharp
Mary Ann Shepard
Sonja Hope Shepard
David Alan Shipley
Gregory Scott Shultz
Scotty Mark Shultz
Daniel Ray Sigler
Ieff B. Skelton
Mary Beth Slayton
Iohnny Dale Smith
Russell Mark Smith
Shelia Renee Smith
Lisa Dawn Spoone
Tammy Ann Stevens
Leland E Strlpllng
Suzanne Marie K1rk
Ralph E Thompson
Tracy A Thompson
Llnda Lee Thorton
Iohnny Lee Tlpton
B1lly R Trent
Brenda C Trent
Iohn Marco Wall
George Taylor Ward
Kellie Gaye Ward
Iulie Dawn Warner
Teresa Ann Warner
Ieff Steven Webb
Michael Wayne West
Ginger Renee White
Ianice Marie White
Laura R. Wilder
Tim K. Wilder
Claude M. Williams
Ieffrey B. Winstead
lohn Kevin Witherell
Kimberly Ann Wolfe
Lillian Estell Yearly
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THE TREE HOUSE
179 w. Main Street
Crafts - Gifts - Collectables
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Congratulations' 1:9 Unusual
Seniors Clay and Betty Krummol
Morristown's Leading jf
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134-138 West Main Street Morristown, Tennessee 37814 Phone 586-5732
NATlONALLY ADVERTSIED APPAREL AND ACCESSORIES BY AMERlCA'S LEADING STYLISTS
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Men and Ladies
1114 S. Cumberland
Morristown, Tennessee 37814
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Instant Passport and ID Photos
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801 South Liberty Hill Road
Morristown, TN 37814
"Customer Satisfaction Guaranteed"
Motorcycles New - Used
Parts, Accessories and Service
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586-5343 ' 'A Morristown, Tomi.
COX INSURANCE AGENCY
GEORGE F. SMITH
JACK STRATE AGENCY
Congratulations to the many line youth of East High
School! We extend a cordial welcome to you to visit
or call it we can be ol service.
FIRST UNITED METHODIST
101 East First North Street
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Morristown, TN 37814
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DENTON'S BOOK 8: HALLMARK SHOP
130 West Main
Complete Line ot Hallmark
Paperback and Hardback Books
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
Complete Insurance Service
Hamilton Bank Building
Morristown, TN 37814
202 Morris Blvd. ,
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Paul Quarles aSt3ve Bualg T U R L S
Harry Haun Ronald Seals E L E R I C
' EAST TENNESSEE Air Conditioners
DIAMOND co- 345 Montvue Ave.
P.0. Box 1942, 400 w. Main St. fsqpgns
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586-6451 Morristown, TN 37814
West A-J Highway at Alpha School
Commercial and Industrial Mowers
911 S. Cumberland Street
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Service ls the Name ofthe Game
John Davis Jimmy Trent Sonny Davis
Phone Q615y 581-4938
Morristown and Hamblen Co.
HB0 GENERAL ELECTRIC
586-87uo 9-9 Distribution
CLOTH CITY Equipment
109 S. Cumberland
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1915 West Morris Blvd.
432 S. Cumberland
R.M. ROGERS CO..
Quality Men's Wear Since 1897
Formal Wear Rentals
Sportswear and Dress Apparel
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STEEL SUPPLY, INC
P. O. Box 3177
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Morristo T 37814
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MORRISTOWN WINDOW 8:
Home Center Store
"Your Bruning Paint Distributor"
POLLY KAY, INC.
Beautilul Clothes lor Beautiful People
Morristown, TN 37814 16151 581 2545
123 South Cumberland
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Manley Village, Morristown
501 West Main
"We Sell Beauty"
Call 586-0733 For
Corsages and Cut Flowers
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Bridal Registry, Custom Designed and
Estate Jewelry, China, Crystal, and Silver
CURLEE CANDY CO.
Distributors of Shaft's Candies
eoi west 7th North Dain'
Morrlsrovgginn essee ouqeen n U
"It's a Real Treat."
LAKE MART GROCERY
Doug Murph and Claude Jones
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335 E881 Morris Blvd.
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Doesn't Cost . . .
John T. Bible and Bill "Skeet" Jones D 0, S
'33 N'Q2,'ffQ'JX Sm' 1826 west Morris Blvd.
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PHARMACY M 81 M SAWS
"Where Pharmacy is a Profession . . . suga' !"o"ow R084
Not a sidelines! M0fflSt0wn,
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925 w. Fourth North st. 58645300
CRAZY HORSE 4-WHEEL DRIVE
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3407 West Andrew Johnson Hwy. 615-587-4619
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ST 0 R E Mormsszown Tennessee 37814
Phone lS'l 51 581 7473 Dr L C haw on Owner
"Where Quality Counts"
166 West Main Street
HAMBLEN LUMBER CO.
P.0. Box 1593
Morris Boulevard From Henry To
Morristown, Tennessee 37814
Quality Lumber and Building Material
"HOME OF THE NEVER-ENDING SALE"
Morristown, Tennessee JEANS N' THINGS
581-3671 Plaza Terrace
Jack Strate Agency Hamilton Bank Bldg.
119 East Main
COVINGTON FURNITURE COMPANY
Broyhill Furniture and G.E. Appliances
1127 Morris Blvd. Morristown, TN
WAR S URPLUS
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Q u S D D Wayne Wolfe
O R d C t r 586-7292
ESMORGASBORD 'r p - c 1 , Plastic and Metal
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"WhereThe Extras...Don't Cost Extra!" Sp t g G d - Army and N y
DAVIS SAVE 10
C I, t f FARMER HEATING s.
omp 'men S 0 AIR CONDITIONING, INC.
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STORES .:"::'::,f.,, 112 'Li
Morristown, TN D lhv Farmer
H me-586-9541 Phone 586-8430
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k "Everything for the Office "
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Hair Design Center
Haircare DesignCut Specialists
178 West Main St. Telephone B E L K
Morristown, Tenn. 37814 16151 581-9480.
Downtpwn - Plaza
1808 N. Cumberland
And Other Great Foods
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Breakfast: 10:30 Mon.-Fri., 8-11 Sun
"Now Serving Broasted Chicken"
MORRISTUWN GRUKVTH ROGERSVILLE
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The Most Competitive Rates Anywhere
Auto, Boat, Homeowners, Life, Health, Accident, Comm.
TRIM AND STEWART FUNERAL
Whitesburg, Tennessee N,,,,,, Main Streef
581-1419 Bulls Gap, Tennessee
Wayne Self, Proprietor 615'235'6129
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586-5853 P.0. 232 Russellville
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Colors: Aluminum, White, and Bronze SERVICE
Also: Aluminum Awnings, Patio Covers, Box 1874 W. Andrew Johnson Hwv.
"Manufacturer ot Fine Wood Products"
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FURNITURE MFG. CO., INC.
Route 2 Whitesburg, Tennessee 37891
William F. Young Phone
President 615l 235-6548
BALL'S TRAILER SALES
HAUN'S MARKET AND RESTAURANT -
AND "We Service What
MAMA HAUN'S CATERING we Se"
Russelville, TN 37860
ARTS AND CRAFTS STUDIO
GfZ2'Z.?l'l'lf.'Z 522T.2L'12S',Ii?.. A 521 west Main Street
CONWAY'S TIRE SERVICE
AND SYSTE M S 1233 East Main - Ph. 581-2336
432 West First North Street comauter Au New TYPS
P.o. Box 1954 0' SPH' And .
Morristown, Tennessee Balance Recaps 1-"es
615-581-1004 Steve and Don Conway - Operators
R adv For B1 er
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In Life We're
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UPPER EAST TENNESSEE'S LARGEST FINANCIAL INSTITUTION
Car Loans Christmas Club
Consumer Loans Save-By-Mail
Student Loans Certified Checks
Residential Loans Travelers Checks
Checkin Accounts Drive-Up Windows
Passboog Savings Night Deposit Service
At all convenient locations throughout East Tennessee
Savings and Loan Association of Upper East Tennessee
Johnson City tllome Office! ' Greeneville ' Kingsport ' Rogersville ' Bristol ' Morristown
E ual O portunity Emplo er Q 'H'
F.4S.L.I.CI Insurance Now gl00.000 mm
No. lin Upper East Tennessee Yugi?
Sales 317 A. J. Hwy.
Service And Morristown
FUNERAL HOME . ' O
MOFYISLOWH, Tennessee Pen
Telephone 1 I- 24 Hours
16151 586-4597 I I
Harlon B. Allen v John R. Allen - Donald E. Allen
X- OC SAPEJ
Lock 81 Safe
2911 West A.J. Hwy.
MOTEL 8: RESTAURANT
Restaurant Open 24 Hrs.
Known for Home Style Cooking
And Reasonable Prices
By-Pass 11-E Morristown, Tn. 37814
Your Vitamin Headquarters
E.V. "Babe" Bauch
Stubblefield Funeral Home
Licensed Embalmers and Directors
K ATH RYN J S phone 586-2611 1903E.,...Mai..
Area Code 615 Morristown, Tenn.
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For Men and Women
For Appointment Call 581-0303
T YOU PAY
PUR. THEN SOME
Delicious steaks cut
fresh each day from
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fills of soft drinks, tea
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find at Quincysf So visit your nearest Quincys soon.
For great steaks.And then some. Quinc,y's
, West First Nordi Street
baked potatoes and gen'
1007 Trade Street
Morristown TN 37814
P.0. Box 400
Morristown, Tennessee 37814
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Loudon, TN 37774
212 W. Lincoln Ave.
Morristown, TN 37814
Phone 1615i 581-2400
Mary Nell Dickerson
SOUTHERN FINANCE 81 THRIFT
STETZER FUNERAL HOMES
Considerate Service Since 1900
Morristown Bean Station - Whitesburg
586-5451 581-0411 235-5299
Long Distance Call 586-5451 Collect
"Our 35th Anniversary"
Your Ready Made Concrete
Producers Since 1947
CLIFTON'S JEWELERS INC.
149 West Main Street
"Remember, at CIifton's We Care"
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2518 West Andrew Johnson Highway
Telephone: 586-9174 Morristown, Tennessee
Collectors Items And
Plaza Shopping Center
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SPEED 81 CUSTOM PARTS 174 W. Main St. 587-3802
Quality and Service
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1100 East Main Street- Morristown, Tennessee
Phone 16151 581-8528
PLAZA BEAUTY SALON
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It won't hurt a bit," Dr. Muscari assures Troy Jarnigan as Sally White and Nancy Muscari look on
nn. PAUL v. MUSCARI
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"Don't Just Recline - Berkline"
"For the Vin Latest in Fashion'
58 1 - Morristown, TN 37814
ADRIAN HALE PEST CONTROL
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119 East Main Street
Morristown, TN 37814
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INDUSTRIES, INC. Phone 1615, 587-2211
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P.0. Box 513 586 3862
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Fills Prescgptions From Eye
T 'L " " COMPANY, INC.
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East Andrew Johnson Hwy.
P0 B 186
R II II T 37860
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"WHERE GOOD DEALS AND GOOD SERVICE GO HAND IN HAND"
2106 WEST ANDREW JOHNSON HIGHWAY C6153 586-6021 MORRISTOWN, TENNESSEE 37814
Camaro Sport Coupe
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RUSSELLVILLE Foon MARKET TOP AD SA,-ESMEN
Full Line of Groceries,
Produce, and Fresh Meat Laura BUft0n PIankenhOI'n
Russellville, TN 586-0430
Operated by Eddie Curl
George Hoover Chris Ellison
August 15, 1967 February 2, 1966
June 20, 1982 August 17, 1982
Bacon, Dugger, Jessee and Perkins,
Dr. Lee Roy Barclay
Gary E. Brewer, Atty.
Kenny Brooks, D.C.
Paul Bruce, County Executive
Jim and Margaret Burton
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Carpenter
Capps, Foutch and Cantwell, Attys.
Benjamin B. Coffey, D.D.S.
Bill and Julia Compton
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Roy Dalton
Dr. Steve L. Doka
Howard L. Early, D.V.M.
Harold and Ann Edwards
Evans, Beier, Seals, Attys.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Foster
Dr. Joe E. Gibson
D. C. Gjedde, D.D.S.
Bill and Shirley Harris
Mona R. Haun
Jim Hipshire, Assessor of Property
Mary Harrison Hodge, Register of Deeds
Danny M. Hryhorchuk
Chancellor William H. Inman
Mr. James H. Johnson, Veteran's Se
Jean W. Jones, Clerk and Master
W. D. Lancaster, 0.D.
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent A. Liposky
Dr. E. G. Lynch
Ralph Massengill, Jr.
James K. Miller, Atty.
Kenneth Mills, D.D.S.
Wayne L. McLemore, M.D.
Wanda Neal, Registrar at Large
Mrs. Elise Oakes
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Plankenhorn
Henry J. Presutti
Mrs. Wanda Roegner
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Rooney, D.C.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Rush
Russell, Purkey, Carter and Compto
Ronnie G. Smith
Winfred and Shirley Smith
Jim and Shirley Snowden
L. A. Tucker
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolfe
"A Friend of the Hurricanes"
AGB Concessions .......... 230
A-1 Rental ................. 212
Acme Printing Company .... 229
Adrian Hale Pest Control .... 233
Allen Funeral Home ......... 223
AIma's .................... 232
Alpha Outdoor Power
Equipment ......... . . . 203
American Enka ...... . . . 197
Anchor Brush ....... . . . 227
Arts 81 Crafts Studio . . . . . . 221
BaIl's Trailer Sales .......... 221
Bank of Commerce ......... 192
Bargain House Furniture 81
Factory Creek Carpet ..... 234
Blossom Shop .............
Bob Bales Ford .......
Food City ........ . . .
Frederick's ................ 211
Freel's Drug Store .......... 214
Garnder Insurance Agency . . .
General Electric ............ 204
George F. Smith Agency .... 199
Giant Food Market .......... 228
Goodson 81 Mayes .......... 212
Gfeif AlTl8I'lC8l'l Music STOFB ....
Hale Brothers .............. 220
Hamblen Farmer's Co-Op .......
Hamblen Lumber Company .....
Bank ............. 202
Hardware .... 236
Dr. Paul V. Muscari .... . . . 231
NCR ...................... 194
Panther Pipe Shoppe .......
PeopIe's Security Savings 8- e
Plaza Beauty Salon .... . . . I
Pea Milk ................... 198
Polly Kay ........... ... zoe
Portrum Cleaners . . . .. . 193
Prescription Shop . . . . . . 211
Quincy's ............ .... 2 24
RAR Wood Products . . . . . . 212
Radio Center Gulf ..... . . . 225
Ray D. Hall .................
R. M. Rogers ...............
Rockwell International ...... 213
Ron Hite Chevrolet 8- Subaru .
Bob McEachern 237
. . . Roseland Florist ........... . 194
Bradley's 193 Roses ..................... 198
Brokers 4 207 Russellville Food Market .... 238
196 SGW Painting Service, ....... 235
. . . Sammon's Communications . . . .
209 Shelby Williams ............ 235 I
202 Shoney's ......... . . . 209
215 Sisson's Jewelry .... . . . 211
215 Sky City ................... 234
Savings 8: Sky City Pharmacy ......... 223
205 Southern Finance 81 Thrift .......
Operations .... 2 - 227
Automotive . ' Spor . hop ............... I
Seals Photo phy .... 94 S - uire hop ............. ' A
ewelPaIac . er' Funeral 1 .227
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Dress ho .. f St.Patr' sC .
Fried 1 icken ..... - 1 Stub l field Funer an Lp .....
Grocer ...... ' -f 1 '
Insurors .. . . 195 up rio ke . . I
Goods .... 204 19
...........232 Taco hn's...... ..193
...........236 Taylor bingC I
TidiWast : s.... ....203
Specialists . Tiffany's ............ . .. 210
Curio Transgraphics ..... . . . 216
Curlee Tree House ........ . . . 193
Davis Save 10 . . .
Deano's Pizza ...........
Denton's Book 81 Hallmark Shop .
Diplomat Motel 81 Restaurant ....
Dress Palace ............... 229
Druther's .................. 196
Duff's ..................... 217
East Tennessee Diamond .......
East Tennesses Steel Supply ....
Evans Office Supply ........
Farmer Heating 81 Air
Conditioning ........ . . . 218
Fawbush's Market . . . . . . 203
First Baptist Church ........
First Tennessee Bank ....... 206
First United Methodist Church 196
Mac's Donut King .......
Mahle ..................... 200
The Main Place ............. 234
Mayes Mortuary ............ 201
Medical Center Pharmacy ......
MiIdred's Panther Village
Florist ................... 201
Mitchell Hodge Electric Co. .... .
Montgomery Ward .......... 215
Morristown Athletic Supply .....
Morristown Datsun ......... 223
Morristown Flying Service ......
Morristown Lock 81 Safe ..... 223
Morristown Utility Commission
Morristown Window 81 Door . . 206
Triangle Pacific .... . . .
Turley's Electric . . . . . . .
United Cities Gas .... . . .
Utopia West ....... . . .
Victone Cleaners .... . . .
Victor Tyler Co. ........... .
Utopia Hair Design . . . .... 224 I
Volunteer Supply Co. ........ '
Wallace Hardware ..... . . . 218
War Surplus Store ..... . . . 217
Wayne's Auto Trim .... . . . 220
WAZI ..................... 226
WCRK ..................... 196
Weesner-Reams Furniture ......
Western Sizzlin Steak House .... -
Westside Chapel Funeral Home I
Whitesburg Market .........
White Store ................ 202
Winter Seal Products ....... 220
WMTN ............... . . .
Woodcraft, Inc. ...... . . . 207
Young's Furniture .... .... 22 1
We the staff of the 1983 ITAKHA would like to ex
press our gratitude and appreciation to the following
who contributed much guidance and assistance to help
us win our awesome game
Robert Vaughn manager of K Mart for allowing us to
Brian Stephenson Ierry Seals Chuck Hale David
Grissom L V Ward and especially Sally Bennett for
their superior photographic efforts and advice on
The faculty and staff of Morristown East for
cooperating with our unusual schedules and even more
And most importantly Mrs Barbara Robinson our
beloved advisor and mentor for patiently guiding us
through stiff deadlines and generously giving her
knowledge and advice to help us produce the best year
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not have been effectively executed.
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Honors Band 2 All East
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TOEC I 33 TOEC 4
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Collins, Iames Ric , son of Alice P
Collins, Lisa Ann, dauglhter
pearance, Aptitude Rib on:
Collins, Randy Scott, son of
Collins, Richard Gary, son
Collins, Susie, daughter of Mr
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Costner, Cynthia Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tjunior Trent. 1905 Morningside Drive, Morristown, TN. Class Secretary 23 Anchor Club 2, 3, 4, Iunior
Director 33 French Club 2, 33 FHA 2, 3, 4, Class Of icer 2, President 3, Vice-President 43 Beta Club 3, 43 TOEC 3 Treasurerg Pep Club 3, 43 Flag Corps 43 Se-
cond Place TOEC Divisional Competition3 Who's Who 43 Honors 4.
Sox, Tinathty Paul, son of Phil and Frankie Cox, Rot 8, Box 300, Morristown, TN. Transferred from Campbell County High School. Track 43 Art Club 33
amera u 3, 4.
Dalton, lack Brian, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Roy Dalton. 410 Apple Blossom Lane, Morristown, TN. Homeroom Rep. 1, 23 Student Council 1, 43 Football
13 Basketball Manager 13 Itukhu 43 Spanish 23 Science 3, 43 Library 43 Concert Choir 2, 3, 43 Bass Section 2, 3, 43 Vice Pres. 43 Chamber Singers 43 Play 2, 3, 43
Library Aide 43 All-East-Tennessee State Choir 43 Prom Com. 33 Who's Who 43 Energy Bowl 4.
Daniel, Danell, Ward of Naola Daniel. Rt. 9, Box 611, Morristown, TN. VICA Club 1, 2, 33 Student Club Advisor 4.
ganiel, Karen Renee, daughter of Edker Daniel and Chris Daniel. 321 Redwood St. Transferred from Boyd H. Anderson Fort Lauderdale, FL Cawood
ar an, K .
Davis, Brenda Geraldine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lindy
Davis, David E., ward of Ms. Lena Kimbrough. 930
Davis, Lloyd Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs
DeBord, Michael Anthony, son of Mr.
Dennison, Timothy Andrew, son of 43 Third in State 33 District
Champion 33 Regional Runner-up
Dickenson, Michael Shaun, 356, Lakeview Subdivision,
Bean Station, TN.
Dickerson, Tracy Ann 1, 2, 33 FHA 1, 23 An-
chor 2, 3, 43 Anchor Major 43 Marching
Band 1, Z, 3 43 Concert
Region Wlfl0 41
Elligll 1 i2 3 4' Baseball 2
Ellis' TN. Art Clu 1, 2, Spanish 1 I
Emert, 1, 2, 3, 4, All
Estes 43 Interact 3, 43 French
Fawver, 1 3 4 0fflC6 ld4
Ferguson A 1
ITAKHA 3, 3 Pep
Practice 3, 4
Ford, Lisa Kay,
Foster, Lisa Ann FHA 2
Fullinfton, Rodney MVP: TI'8Ck 3:
Wrest ing 4.
Garretson, Westley Dean, son of
Gates, Tammy Sue, daughter of Secretary 3, 43 Band 1, 23
Library Aide 4.
Gentry, Charles Gilbert, son of Mrs. Edith Club 43 Office Aid 4.
Gilbert, Shelia Diane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Club 2, 3, 43 FHA 1, 2, 3, 43 4-H 1, 2, 3, 43
Prom Committee 33 Library Club 43 Pep Club 43 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3, 43 Flag Corps 23
Band 13 Symphonic Orchestra 13 Bookstore Aid 4, Who 4.
Graves, Iohn Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. lohn E. Graves. Rt. 2, Box 544, Whitesburg,
Greene, Paul William, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Greene. Mullins Rd., Whitesburg, TN. Class Vice-President 43 Hurricane, Photographer 3, 43 FFA 1, 2,
3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 43 Camera Club 3, President.
Greene, Ioseph Clay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Greene. Rt. 8, Morristown, TN. Homeroom Representative 1, 33 Football 1, 2, 43 Wrestling 1, 33 Track 4.
Griffith, Anna Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Griffith, 2338 Patricia Cr., Morristown, TN.
Guenther, Rhonda Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Guenther. Rt. 1, Mountain Rd., Whitesburg, TN. Homeroom Representative 2.
Hale, Alan Spencer, son of Adrian Hale. Rt. 3, Box 350-A, Morristown, TN. Student Council 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
Hale, Susan Elise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hale Ir. Rt. 2, Box 120, Russellville, TN. FHA 13 Interact 3, 43 Secretary 43 Beta Club 3, 43 Concert Choir
2, 3, 43 Orchestra 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Section Leader 43 All-East Orchestra 33 Office Aide 41Wll0'S Who 4.
Harber, Lora Ann, daughter of Mr. Bob G. Harber. 751 Spruce Street, Morristown, TN. Homeroom Representative 3, 43 German Club 33 TOEC I, President:
2. 3. 4.
Rt. 8, Box 395.
Ozark Drive, Morristown, TN. Baseball 1, 2, 3, ,
and Lorene Hayes. Rt. 9, Box 89, Morristown, TN.
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Mrs. mas E. Heck. Rt. 1, Box 94,
ward Gregg National Typi
. and Mrs. William D. Henderson. Rt
of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hensley.
d Mrs. Dan Hicks. 551
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Reynolds, Benny Dale son of
FHA 21 TOEC I 4,
Chapter III 45
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Prom Committee 3
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3, 4: Library
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TN. FFA 1, Z, 3, 4.
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C. Sandefur. 410 Wilder
Mrs. Bobby Satterfield. 815
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Acres, Morristown, TN.
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Sawyer. 1162 East Rose
and Mrs. I. B. Sawyer. Rt. 9,
Rt 3 Bjfiiheng Creek
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Nancy Smith. Rt. 1, Box 699, Russellville, TN and Vernon Self, Myrtle Beach
man 23 ITAKHA 43 Science Club 4: German Club 45 Honorable Mention State Art Exhibitg National
High School Students 35 Energy Bowl 4.
Self, Sandra Renee, daughter of Mrs. Lily Horner
Sexton, Ieffery Scott, son of Sharon Iohnson. 929
Sexton, Mike B., son of Linda L. Sexton. Rt. 2
4, Vice-President 3, 4.
33 Frenc . ...,... , .b 1, 23 FHA
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French Club 1, 2, 45 Flag
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TN. Football 1, 2, 3,
Sharp, Bradley Leon, Mrs. Leon
Sharp, Ivhngly Wayne. Obeff W 5' BOX
ShSPHl'dv M517 Ann, 1, Rt- 7
Shepard, Octavia Charlene, dau hte and Mrs
chor Club 43 Beta Club 3, 4 Ip 1 -Q 1, 213 ce Aide 2, 3, 4
Shepard3dSonja Hope, ,of nd Mrs.
Chgrle ar 4g French 'H .13 ,e 2, 35
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Skelton, leffrey Burew, son of HQ
Slayton, Mary Beth, daughter of
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7 ox 867 Morristown
Rt. 7, Bel-Air
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Smith, daughter of Mrl iii ' rs. Lonnie Smith. 528
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Acuff, Rachael 57, 62, 70, 156, 224,
Adams, Dennis H. 177
Adams, Einette Kay 33, 166
Adams, iml. 146
Adams, Ran olph 26
Adams, Shane T. 177
Ailey, Dot 13
Akins, jimmy Lee 146
Aldridge, Eric R. 156
Allen, Angelia Carol 44, 45, 52, 53,
132, 54, 39, 128, 166
Altizer, H. Carlis 20
Alvis, Marlene 27
Amos, Ronald W. 81, 146
Anderson, Carl Vance 166
Anderson, Cheryl L. 44. 52, 166
Anderson, Mike Dennis 81, 146
Anderson, Rodney V. 146
Antrican, john Andrew 148
Antrican, Kathy L. 156
Antrican R. Lacy 146
Antrican William Doug 177, 180
Amold, Curtis Donald 166
Arnold, Danny C. 35, 146
Amold, Dwayne Keith 90, 156
Amold, Tammy D. 64, 146
Arterbum, Beverly M. 48, 156
Arwood, Lisa Sue 146
Ashley, Ward 20, 34 .
Atkins, Charles 181
Atkins, Daniel A. 65, 156
Atkins, Elizabeth Ann 52, 64, 166
Atkins, Emest 35, 146
Atkins, Gina M. 156
Atkins, Paula V. 166
Atkins, Robert Allen 35
Bacon, Michael Timothy 158
Backer, john D. jr. 177, 103, 142, 102
Backer, William H. 156
Bailey, Brian Keith 35, 148
Baile , Frank T. 58, 156
Baircli David Emmit 77, 65, 156
Baird, Pat 23 ..,
Bales, Mary Ann 57, 112,-158
Ball, jack C. 13 :kk 5
Ball, elba 15
Banner, Tammy Denise 166
Barbee, Tim Clark 68, 156
Barker, Kerry Lynn 62, 114, 166
Bamsrd, Cynthia R. 166
Bamatd, S. Denver 177
Bamard, Mark A. 166
Bamard, Sandra D.
Bamard, Tava L. 156
Bamette, Sherry jane 177
Bamette, Terry Wayne 177
Barr, Lori 34, 186
Barrett. Michael Dewa 177
Baskin, William j.
Bass, Gerald Daniel 156
Bass, Tambra Dawn 38, 62, 158
Baughard. Tammy Ann 156
Bec , William jerry 177
Beffrey, Terry Lamont 5, 177
Belflower, Angelina T. 33, 146
Bell, Chris Edwin 57, 146
Bell, Kevin Ray iss
Bell, Tony Dlllgghl 146, 213
Bellomy. Davi Paul 84, 85, 114, 1
Bennett. Sally B. Z7
Bentley, Melina Dawn 36, 54, 57,
Beske, David M. 156
Bewley, Roger Ra 65, 166
Bewley, Tereasa Xnne 166
Bibbins, Penny! Lynn 51, 177
Bible. johnny .81, 146
Bible, Lady 17
Bible, ura L. 146
Bible, Teresa Dawn 33, 166
Bible, William H. 98, 146
Biae, Brian D. 156
Bishop, eff Lynn 31,156
Bishop, illiam Newton 177
Bivens, Patsy june 34, 166
Blair, Charlie Dean 30, 71, 166
Blevins, Tim ott 156
Blizzard, D. Dwight 146
Bloomer, Susan L. 156
Bloomer, Terry Scott 166
Bois, Harlan jr.
Boston, Andre L. 90, 158
Boswell, Nick D. 146
Bowen, Teresa R. 63, 146
Bowie, Wade S.
Bowlin, Clara D. 12
Bowlin, Michelle D. 83, 146
Boyd, Kim M. 146
Boyd, Mike Lynn 90, 156
Boyd, Tony A. 146
Boyle, W. Scott 35, 146
Brabston. Ruben john 156
Brady, Angie Dawn 166
Brady, Elizabeth 29
Brady, Lesia Renee 166
Brady, Mitchell D. 166
Brake, Byjron Lee 63, 177
Branden urg, Alisa A. 146
Brewer, Susan Denise 167
Brewer, Vickie L. 146
Briscoe, Diane 13
Brock, Donna Carol 32, 66, 100, 101,
119, 123, 124, 177
Brock, Mark A. 167
Brockwell, Dana C. 146
Brooks, William john 156
Brooks, Darla Yvonne 52, 71, 167.
Brooks, Gwen E. 36, 70, 100. 101,
Brooks, Kimberly D. 52, 156
Brooks, Randy L. 156
Brooks, Rodney Wayne 167
Brooks, Stephanie 5, 38, 55, 57, 122,
136, 177, 242, 244, 133
Brooks, William jolm
Brotherton, Sherry E.
Brown. Debbie M. 146
Brown, Sandra R. 156, 157
Broyles, Ritchie 77, 167
Broyles, Tracie Lynn 146
Bmce, john Richard 54, 57, 77, 122,
177, 136, 130, 131
Bruce, Ronnie Powell 90, 157, 57.5.
Brummitt, Erma 18
Brummitt, Karen 48, 52, 157 --
Bryant. Sharon A. 147 "
Bryant. Tim 157
Buchanan, Tommy Lynn 157
Buis, Belinda M. 34, 167
Buis, Harlan 35, 147
Bull, Ronnie L. 58, 147
Bullard, BillgeA. 147
Bunch, Kim rly j. 32, 52, 57, 61, Q
112, 177, 230, 136 '
Blmcll, Lisa 112, 113
Burch, Linda Gail 33, 157
Burch, Roy Allen 147
Burch, Wi llam B. 147
Burchell, Deanine 167
Burgin, Carroll Frank 147
Burgin, Rohn S. 58. 147
Burgin, ammy Denise 64. 177
Bur att, Elizabeth H. Miller A
Burkett l-my 1
Burkett, Laura jane
Bumside, Lavinia D. 86, 64,167
Burris, Mickey Daniel
Burton, Laura jane 52, 55567,-68, 69,
73, 177, 136, 130, 131, 135
Butler, Keith Eric 157
Byerley, Charles R. 147
Byrum, Holly Ann 33. 44. 57, 68, 69,
Byrum, Sunday Lynn 147
Caglle, Anthony Leon 167
Ca ill, Carolyn C. 17
Cameron, Melanie Evon 51, 123,
Campbell. Angela Gayl 157
Campbell, De ra Sue 157
Campbell, Doyal Lynn 157
Cannon, Terry Emerson 167
Canter, David 20, 66, 90
Capps, Patricia L. 167
Capshaw, Karen Ann 33,178
Carey, Andrea 63, 127, 167, 132
Carmichael. Danny 167
Carmichael, F. Blane 81, 147
Carmichael, Lisa L. 167
Carmichael, Tara Kay 115, 123, 178
Carpenter, Gregory D. 38, 4-3, 66, 70,
126, 178. 133. 137
Carpenter, immy L. 69, 157, 178
Carpenter, ohn Paul 178
Carpenter, ' othy 44
Carpenter. Wylie 157
Carroll, Bill 12
Carter, Dann Micheal 65, 77, 157
Carter, Donald Mark 63, 77, 157
Carter, Teresa 157
Carter, Terry G. 58, 84, 147
Carroll, Bill C.
Carson. An elique 157
Carson, Ricky Lynn 167
Cassel, Roger Dale 167
Cassell, Scott Edwin 157
Ceballos. Elmo Eleazar Alonza 60
Charles, Charlotte 18
Childress, Charles D. 81, 147
Christian, Mark A. 147
Clark, Cheryl Lynn 55, 68, 176, 242,
Clark, Rimes 157
Clark, endy D. 157
Cleven er, Kim 178
Clifforli joe Edward 157
Cline, Dorothy M.
Cline, Marty 65,117,157
Cloud, Shei a jeanett 51, 178
Clowgers, Melissa Ann 32, 52, 129,
Cubb, Andrea F. 52, 06, 50, 167
Cobb, Charlotte Darlene 167
Cobb, Melissa A. 67, 157
Cobb, Robin Melissa 178
Cobble, Mark Lee 167
Cochran, james Brent 178
Codiy, Christopher Lee 157
Col' ey, Carolyn Sue
Coffey, james A. 35, 147
C00 r, K. Le h 147
Coffxf, Lisa lvlgarie
Coffey, Loretta 145, 157
Coffey, Michael R. 147
Coldwell, jerrynwa e 167
Cole, Charles avidn77, 157
Cole, Ottis B. 81.98, 147
Collake, Robin R. 36, 52, 55, 70, 100
101, 120, 123, 178, 106, 224, 137
Collins, Charles R. 65, 77, 157
Collins, james Ricky 178
Collins, jeffery Glen 35,165,157
Collins. Kenneth 157
Collins, Linda Fay 157
Collins, Lisa Ann 179 '
Collins, Lonnie 157
Collins. Lorie Daleen 44. 167
Collins, Michael A. 58, 63, 114,147
Collins, Mike Howard 103, 157 t
Collins. Mike Lowell 157
Collins, Randy L. 167 I
Collins, Rick G. 179
Collins, Robert L. 58, 147 1
Collins, Sherry D. 147
Collins, Stephanie 48, 157
Collins. Susie Renee
Collins, Tim R, 77, 157
Collins, William joseph 58, 157
Combs, Lorie Ann 64, 167
Compton, Beth A. 147
Comcrtonijames Stewart 157
Con uff. erri Denise 33, 157
Conlcin, joan 17
Conley, Michael Allen 179
Conway, john D. 179
Cook, Brenda L. 67, 147
Cook. james Edward
Cook, Lynette D. 96, 147
Cook, Mary Dale 47, 55, 67, 179
Cook, Perry Ivan 167
Cope, Melinda Gail 33, 64, 157
Corbin, jane Ann 44, 45, 52, 157,
Costner, Cynthia Ann 33, 52, 55,
Costner, Elizabeth M. 157
Costner, Terry Ray 77, 103, 167, 179
COU!1I'l6g', Melodie Ann 147
Cowan . Dawn 157
Cox, Norman A. 81, 147
Cox, Tim P. 65, 68, 179
Cranford, john 21, 62
Creech, Kelly Michell 52, 54, 167
-Qrree.r1il,Stacy R. 62, 147, 224.
Crigger, William Carl 158
Crittenden, Tracy D. 147
Crockett. Lillisha 44, 64, 167
Cullip, Emest Eugene 167
Cutshaw, Ritchie C. 54, ea, 70, 77,
Crowell, Mike F. 81, 147
Cunningham. Do Edward 147
Cunningham, Linliga D. 33, 34, 167
Cummings, Michael 158
Cupp, james R. 167
Cupp, Freda Renee 3, 158
Curaton. Garland 12
Curl, Kelly R. 33, 147
Dabney, Karen Ann 61, 66
Dabney, Upton R. 61, 84, 148
Dalton, Angela Melissa 35, 167
Dalton. Charlona R. 148
Dalton, Danell 148
Dalton, David D.
Dalton, jack Brian 3, 44, 45, 67, 69,
70, 73, 124, 127, 179, 100, 139, 132
Dalton, james F. 148
Dalton, jerry Lynn 58
Dalton, Randy D. 148
Dalton, Stacy A. 148
Dalton, V. Annette 35, 148
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Davis, Burleigh 12
Davis, Chris e 67
Davis, David E. 179
Davis. jeff R. 35, 148
Davis, jimmy Carl 81, 148
Davis, immy D. 66, 81, 148
Davis, Karen E, 148
Davis, Landy 148 '
Davis, Lewis, 168
Davis, Lisa Renee 179
Daigig, Lloyd Edward 32, 110, 121,
Davis, Loren 29' 5
Davis, Mary 64,85,115.168 .
Davis. Regina K. 33, 148
Davis, Rota 16, 246
Davis, Robert 103, 148
Davis, Scott A.
Dawson, Helen Marie 168
Etsy, Melissa jane
Angela Leigh 57, 96, 146, 218
Deiih. Brian F. 98, 148 '
Dean, Reece Allen
Deaton, john H. 28
Debtlrd, Michael 67, 179, 182
Debord, Doug Hugh 1
Deering, Scotty Dwain
Dehaven, Alice M.
Dellinger, David W. 28
Dellinger, jonathan A. 31, 35
Delph, Shelly L.
Dennison, Tim A. 103, 179
Denton, Benny W. Z5, 119, 124
Derry, Emest Edward jr. 35, 58, 148
Derry. Melissa G. 148
Dickerson,Tracy A. 38, 52, 122, 124,
126, 179,i167, 242
Dinkins, Lisa M.
Doka, Steve L. 13
Donaldson, L. junior 81, 98, 146
Donaldson. Prima Rene 33, 36, 52
Dorton, Steven Gregory 168
Dotson, jennifer F. 168
Dotson, Don 35, 148
Dotson, Scott R,
Doty, Thomas Allen
Dougilas. Greg Dwayne
Dout at, Minnie Ruth 22
Dover, Michael Scott 168
Drinnon, jeffrey M. 651.168
Drinnon, ohnny Alan 179, 140 H
Drinnon, Michael W. 1
Drinnon, Pamela Ann 33
Fawbush, Donald Craig 179
Fawver, David 168
Fawver, Dennis Clyde 168
Fawver, jerry Lee 179
Fawver, Loretta D. 33
Fawver, Virgil Allen 179, 312
Ferguson, Brian Kyle 57, 64, 71, 168
Ferguson, Vickie Lynn 180
Ferrell, Sam N, lIl 180
Fields, Elisa Darlene 47, 168
Fleenor, Charlotte R. 47, 168
Fletcher, Tammy Lynn 55, 61, 70.
72, 180, 246, 138
Flowers, james 35, 148 1
Ford, A. Hope 33, 148
Ford, Tonrey Michael 35, 148
Ford, Lisa K. 180
Foshie, Muffy Lorrain 33
Foster, Barbara 28
Foster, john Kevin 62, 69, 44, 131
Foster, Karen joan 44, 54, 52, 168,
Foster, Lisa A. 33, 180
Foster, Mary Diane 180
Fox, Ann M. 148
Fox, Kim joyce 46, 159
Fox, Kimberly Denise 85
Fox, Sue 24
Fowler, Kimberly Dawn 52, 71, 168,
Francis, Mike L. 148
Frazier, Clara 13
Frazier. Randi Kevirr:1B0
Free, Angela Dawn 47, 52, 54, 58,
Frells, Martha 43, 57, 148
FV, els, Pat 26
Edward Marion 58, 140
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Dockery M. 148
I E Tammy Lynne 159
Fiillington, Rodney Lynn 103,114,
Fullington, Tommy L. 148
Gaddis. james H. 12
Gantt, Wendy Carole 159
Carber. Lorrie 159, 33
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Edmonds. David W. 59
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Giles, SCOi1Q'159 .
Gofonh, Mi ',,, j on 149. as
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Goins, ,Rhonda Sue 34, 189
Gollahongkobin M. 149
1 Goodmatii David H. 149
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EHR, Carole 179
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Ellison, Curtis Wayne 179, 34
Ellison, Henry Earl 168
Ellison, Late Yvette 115, 64
Elkins,kBeth A. 148, 64
Emert, Kevin Lynn 179, 105, 138
England, Chris Paul
England, jolm P. 146
Epps, Kenn D. 148, 103
Estep, Lucille 29
Estes, Anita 179, 245, 52, 51, 57
Estes, Charles Richard 168
Estes, La F. 179
Estes. Paiillei jean
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Evans, Leedla M. 148, 33
Everhart, Arlena 168
Everhart, David W. 58. 168
Everhart, Devorah M. 44
Everhart, julie A.
Fain, Irene 22, 47
Fairchild, Lisa Denise
Fanney, Phil 58, 77
Gordon, Patric S. 149
Gordon, Tammxy Roxann 34, 169
Graham, Lora vonne 149
Graham, Ann 27
Graves, john Micheal 180
Graves, Mark Alan 149
Graves, Warren Lance 159,65
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Gue, William 159
Guenther, Rhonda Lynn 180
Gulbransen, Tammy L. 149, 33
Gulley, Chris Alan 159, 58
Gulley. james E. 189
Gulley, Kenny 149, 35
Gully, Danny Lee 169
Portrum, Pat K. 185
Potter. Donna Laveen 47, 173
Potter, Toni Marie 173
Pratt, Donald Wayne 6, 183
Pratt, Wendy ,Gaye 47. 173
Presley,.Llsa M. 152
Pressley. Greg Eugene 77, 182
Pressley, Rhonda Ann 51, 185,
Price, Michael Ray 186
Price. Richard H. 25
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Pridemore, Tina Lee 33. 162
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Pruitt, Sharon 44, 66, 173
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