Mortimer Jordan High School - Torch Yearbook (Morris, AL)

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pLtt NORTH ?8 H ST BtRMfNGHAM. ALA. Mortimer Jordan High School Home of the " Blue Devils " Morris, Alabama Volume XIX Dedication 4 Honors 9 Favorites 15 Athletics 25 Campus Life 33 Faculty and Administration 73 Seniors 97 Underclassmen 7 7 7 Senior Directory 141 Advertisements 7 50 Honors Gained Through His Effort . . . Coach shares pre-game excitement with students Coach takes time out to advise boys Coach contemplates future strategy Coach, Teacher, Friend Sports are a unifying factor in any high school. In MJHS the sports scene has instilled the student body with enthusiasm and, above all, genuine pride. We feel that it is now time to honor that person whose dedication to his boys has inspired countless victories. All those who have been coached by him have ac- quired high ideals of sportsmanship and un- derstanding of true victo- ry - that it is not whether you win the game but how you play it. We, the Class of 1967, in appreciation of his con- tributions to our school, do dedicate this TORCH to our coach, Johnny Strickland. A Time To Remember With the fading of summer into fall we witness the aban- doning of summer activities to once again enter the challeng- ing doors of learning. The be- wildered and somewhat fright- ened freshmen, the eager so- phomores, the confident jun- iors, and the proud but some- what sad faces of the seniors flood the mighty halls of ivy to uphold and respect the loyalty of our alma mater, Mortimer Jordan High. The faces of Jordan are many and varied, but they re- flect you, the student body. Yesterday a happy face, today saddened, tomorrow a tearful but eager face meets the world with meek anticipations. Life is full of memories, but these years at Mortimer Jordan will be among the fondest. " When to the sessions of sweet silent thought, I summon up remembrance of things past, . . . " Shakespeare Sen or Class Elects Capable Leaders Historian — Marie Willis Prophet — Chuck Arnold 10 2.9 Average Wins Top Honor For Student Having a 2.90 average, Patricia Brazeel took the highest class honor of Valedicto- rian. She is a major in academic and business subjects. Pat came to Jordan from Gardendale Junior High School. She is a member of the Senior National Honor Society; FSA; FBLA, Vice-President; Senior Red Cross; and the Echo Staff. Pat plans to major in journalism and English at Samford University. Doris Lucas with a 2.87 average ob- tained the honor of Salutatorian. Doris majors in Advanced Academic subjects and she plans to be a nurse. Doris is treasurer of the Senior National Honor Society, and Drama Club. She is also a member of the Spanish Club and Copy Editor of the Torch Staff. II Every year the faculty chooses two seniors to participate in Jefferson County competition for Optimist Club scholarships. Patricia Brazeel and Michael Kauhn were chosen to represent our school. Their nominations were based on scholastic achievements and extra-curricular activities. After scholastic ability and person- al traits were considered, Pat was cho- sen as one of the fifteen semi-finalists of Jefferson County. She was honored at a luncheon. Both were competing for two-year scholarships at Birmingham South- ern College and Samford University. Students Compete for Optimist Scholarships Patricia Brazeel is a very active stu- dent at Jordan. She is a member of Senior Red Cross, Senior National Honor Society, FSA, FBLA, and head typist of the Echo staff. Michael Kauhn has many out- standing characteristics also. Not only is he academically inclined, but he participates in such sports activities as football and baseball. 12 Jane is DAR Good Citizen MJ Represented at Yale Mortimer Jordan was again honored last summer to have two students, Kenneth Laney and Byron McCay attend the Yale Summer High School. These boys along with several others, were tested at school and then chosen by the committee at Yale University. Each student took three major courses in composition and mathematics. The third was elective in either literature or social studies. Throughout the courses the relation of freedom to discipline was emphasized. The goal of the curriculum was to permit the student to recog- nize that in the learning process, as in the rest of his life, self-expression, enthusiasm, inspira- tion, style, and theory are inextricably bound to self-direction, diligence, analysis, economy, and vigorous inquiry. Each year the Alabama Society of Daughters of the Ameri- can Revolution sponsors a pilgrimage to Montgomery. One student from each participating school in Alabama parti- cipates in the tour of the historical sights around our capital. Jane Sparks, this year ' s DAR representative, was honored at a tea and luncheon by the John Parks Curtis Chapter, which sponsored her in state competition for a scholarship. 13 1 1th Grade Good Citizen ft m wAVA In March of 1966, Patsy Beach repre- sented Jordan in the annual Citizenship Tour sponsored by The Birmingham News and different organizations in and around Birmingham. She was one of twenty-eight students who embarked to see the historical sights of New York, Williamsburg, James- town, Philadelphia, Washington, and other cities. The tour provokes the interest of the students - - from the campus at Washington and Lee University to the luncheon with Alabama ' s senators and rep- resentatives. To Patsy, Williamsburg and the F.B.I. Building were the highlights of the trip. The most influential man she met was Mr. J. Edgar Hoover. Boys ' and Girls 9 State 14 Paul Walker was chosen as Jordan ' s representative to Boys ' State. Around 550 boys are given the opportunity to run for office. The boys elected served in their respective governmental offices. Paul received one of the eight physical fitness awards given. As there were around 550 boys par- ticipating, the award was a great honor. During the summer of 1966, 326 girls convened at Hun- tington College for a week at Girls ' State. Among them was our representative, Jane Sparks. Girls ' State is sponsored by the Alabama American Le- gion Auxiliary. The students learn about our state and na- tional governments. To help the girls understand the func- tions of government, they campaign and run for offices in the state government. Jane was elected as Secretary of State. SS-; Favorites an UN -M % m ■■ si ■ " By Qm ■1 1£ H •A» " January February March April The ' 67 Calendar Girls inspire Beauty, May June July August 16 September October November December Poise, Personality and Charm to all Mortimer Jordan has many beautiful girls. The students selected the top fourteen girls from the Senior Class to compete in the " 1967 Beauty Pageant 1 ' . These girls were interviewed by judges Mrs. Snow, Miss George Ann Gip- % ■ z son, and Mr. Nick Cottis. They were then presented in an assembly program where they were judged in formals. The twelve " Calendar Girls " represent a year of beauty. T Wim :M aft W® 17 After many moments of contemplation and consul- tation the judges reached their decision. Miss Nancy Neely was crowned as the " 1967 Senior Beauty " . Miss Elaine McKinney received the honor of First Alternate. The Junior Class selected Miss Gail Moore as Junior Beauty. Miss Janie Todd was chosen as Sophomore Beauty. Betty Is 1 967 Queen of Hearts From a selection of fifteen girls representing homerooms, Betty Glasscock, senior, was cho- sen Queen of Hearts. Connie Johnson, senior was selected as first alternate. The Echo Staff presented the girls to senior high students in an assembly program. This year for the first time a Princess of Hearts was chosen. Janet Booker received this honor. Beckie Drinkard Represents MJHS As Christmas Seal Princess 19 , 66- , 67 Homecoming Although the final score was quite a disappoint- ment, the half-time show at Homecoming 1966-67 certainly was not. The Blue Devil band and majo- rettes marched onto the field joined by the choirs of Mortimer Jordan. As the band played, the contest- ants for Junior Maid and Homecoming Queen were escorted onto the field and introduced to the students, parents, and alumni. After the Junior Maid, Dena Blackburn was crowned, the band gave a royal fanfare and the name of the 1966-67 Homecoming Queen was announced — Miss Bon- nie Hubbard. Dr. Dodson crowned our queen and Jessica Kilbildis presented her with red roses. Ev- eryone then joined the band and choirs in singing the Mortimer Jordan Alma Mater. Is Highlight of Year Members of the Junior Maid ' s Court were Judy Johnson, a freshman, and Karen Wood, a junior high student. Dena Black- burn, also a freshman at Jordan, was crowned Junior Maid. In the Queen ' s Court were Linda Gardner, a senior, Betsy Vines, a senior, Brenda Kennedy, a junior, and Marsha Hughes, a sophomore. Bonnie Hubbard was crowned Homecoming Queen. Each girl worked very hard for about three weeks before the big night. Candy, cokes, cupcakes, popcorn balls, and snow cones were sold almost every day during the last week. Sock hops and dating games were held in the gym to raise money. There must have been some disgust, dismay, and disappointment during those weeks, but that final night made the trouble worth-while to each girl. 21 Seniors Choose Who ' s Who MOST TALENTED - Kathy Cato and Tommy Scarborough MOST SERVICE TO SCHOOL — Jane Sparks and Johnny Parker MOST COURTEOUS - Doris Lucas and Steve Belcher MOST STUDIOUS - Patsy Beach and Thomas Dial MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED - Pam Craig and Thomas Dial MOST BEAUTIFUL - Sherry Naramore MOST HANDSOME - Dennis Reid 22 for Class of ' 67 m M MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT - Nancy Neely and Johnny Gray BEST ALL-AROUND - Betty Glasscock and Danny Lawrence MOST FRIENDLY - Connie Johnson and Chuck Arnold MOST ATHLETIC - Becky Tankersly and Bobby Love WITTIEST — Janice Nation and Sammy Nail CLASS FAVORITES - Monra Crisler and Med Tatum 23 Beauty Brings Repeated Honors Miss Elaine McKinney was Mortimer Jordan ' s Den- tal Clinic Representative. In the judging Elaine was cho- sen First Alternate. This is the second year Jordan ' s representative has won this honor. All the contestants were interviewed by the judges at a formal banquet. Poise, per- sonality, and grace played an important part in the judges decision. Elaine ' s honors include being a cheerleader for two years, a member of the Na- tional Honor Society, Junior and Sophomore Favorite, and Elaine was First Alter- nate in the Senior Beauty Contest. Elaine has brought many honors to Mortimer Jordan. 24 Vi ' k » .. -r ;- t - We Play Our Best James Doss, Harry Hayes, Ronnie Page, Paul Walker, Rodney James, Dennis Reid, Bobby Love, Donnie Harbin, Larry Ferris, Billy Fendley. Eddie Glenn, Lester Hill, John Glass, Ronnie Ledbetter, Roger Burton, Johnny Wilson, Billy Bob Sanders, Ronnie Watson, Pete Willis, Derek Belcher. Alan Hill, Eugene Hicks, Steve Kilgore, Edward Shaling, Kirby Counts, Med Tatum, Roger Lee, Robert Brooks, Schuyler Woods, Rickey Wood. Just being pictured here proves these boys have what it takes. They were the ones who were fighting for you every Friday night on the old gridiron. There are many reasons why they might have been playing. The first one, of course, is that they like the sport. But important too, is that they were out there supporting their, and your, school. Sure, you say we had only three wins, Oak Grove, West Jefferson, and one of our oldest foes, Warrior, but winning isn ' t everything. Con- gratulations should . . . 26 Win Or Lose . . . and do go to all the boys who participated and to the coaches who did their best to instill in them the ability, de- sire, and sportsmanship that are an essential part of the game called football. All of us will certainly remember the two greatest games of the season, Corner and Gardendale. Although the devils did not come out victorious in either, both were spine tin- gling down to the wire. There were moments of joy and happiness when " old blue " forged ahead, then anxiety, heart-stopping, heart-breaking as the opposing teams jumped ahead and held in the waning moments of the game. Hard fought, tough contests, weVe proud of our TEAM. COACHES: Moore, Strickland, Tuck Below: Cary Doss, Kenneth Kelley, Walter Williamson, Bill Blackburn, Kenneth Glenn, David McCowan, Ricky Glover, James Connell, Kenneth Belcher, Jerry Cannon, James Pharris, Ronnie Neely, Billy Pharris, Charlie Willis. Ricky Drain, Steve Hill, Jack Redwine, Pat Murphy, Butch Jones, Joseph Horton, David Dutton, Richard Long. 27 Tough Sports Require MANAGERS: Roger Meadows, Michael Jenkins, Nathan Ledbetter Player takes breather after tough drive. W- P tj PtB ISP All county back, Donnie Harbin, in action. All eyes intent on action. 28 Determined Men Varsity Coach Adams, Steve Kilgore, Roger Lee, Larry Ferris, Bill Sanders, Rodney Higginbothan, Dennis Reid, Bobby Love, Roger Skii Time-out is called for last minute team strategy. As the newest addition to M.J. ' s coach- ing staff, Coach Adams commented that he enjoyed working with all the boys this year. Coach also commented on this year ' s outcome and his looking forward to next year ' s season. " Although we have not had all the wins we would have liked to have had, with only five up until Febru- ary 15, next year should be very different. With 5 out of 6 returning lettermen, we should be strong contenders in county play, if not, by play-off time. " " As for this year, we are looking strong- er and should make a good showing in this year ' s play-offs, if we get good rebounding from our front wall. " D " B " Team Our boys going for two. Richard Dorman, Roger Burton, Don Yeager, Jerome McCombs. Larry- Skinner, Nathan Ledbetter, Ronnie Neely, Harold Gwin. 30 It Happens Every Spring k$nx ttti tip Emmm COACH TUCK DENNIS REID: Short Stop ROGER SKINNER: Second Base TOMMY SCARBOROUGH: First Base With players like Roger Skinner, Paul Walker, and Dennis Reid all vying for the various positions around the " hot-spot " , sec- ond base; Larry Ferris at third with his bat; Tommy Scarborough ' s stretch at first; Bobby Love and Harry Hayes snagging flies in the outfield; the pitching abilities of Larry Burns and Billy Bob Sanders and hopefuls, Ricky Wood at backstop and Derek Belcher out- field; Coach Tuck is once more looking for the top spot in the Northern Division. RONNIE PAGE: Outfield 31 High Hopes For Coming Season HARRY HAYES: Outfield W !.V DEREK BELCHER: Outfield BILL SANDERS: Pitcher 32 Campus Life Sen or Honor Society Accents Achievement Patsy Beach Elizabeth Bennet Patricia Brazeel Cathy Cato Pamela Craig — Pres. Elaine Fendley Ronene Gowins Linda Guthrie Ronnie Hays Preston Heard Connie Johnson Melanie Lawson — Sec. Charlotte Lessenberry Doris Lucas — Treas. Elaine McKinney ls ft- j«a Nancy Neely Johnny Parker Brenda Rogers Susan Sanders 34 Members of the Senior Nation- al Honor Society must maintain a scholastic " B " average. Other qualifications include qualities of leadership, citizenship, scholar- ship, and service. The Honor So- ciety awards honor badges to sen- ior high students each six-weeks. Their main project is the scholar- ship awarded each year. The members raise money for the scholarship by car washes and other such projects. Jane Sparks Betsy Vines Junior Honor Society Inspires High Ideals Theresa Love, Vice President; Judy Johnson, Rebecca Rogers, Secretary; Renee McCombs. Marilyn Myrick, Mrs. Posey, Advisor; June Hughes. Mary Ann Mayes, Gayle McGough, Treasurer; Jane Corneluis, Kenneth Belcher, Steve Hill, President; Dale Thom- as, Roger Burton, Frank Randall The purpose of the Jr. National Honor Soci- ety is to instill a desire for higher achievement among students in Junior High School. To be a member a student must have a " B " or better average in all subjects and be excellent in scholarship, citizenship, character, and leader- ship. The Jr. National Honor Society prepares awards for junior high honor roll students each six weeks. The projects of the Jr. Honor Society include contributing to the P.T.A. scholarship fund and the beautification of the flower boxes at school. The advisor of the Jr. Honor Society is Mrs. Posey. 35 Latin Proves Lively ■MaaBtHBBaiMll 1 ». ■ ■■■■■■■ ' •■■ ■■ MB Mu BMgHMIOi — - — — M» ' ■ WMBMUB0MHI ■ «■■ ■«■■■■«■■ ■! HBaaMHnaa H i i« Gary Self, Michael McKin- ney, Mike Kcndrick, Linda Day, Diane Kelley, Gordon Bell, Mr. Ginn — Advisor Dianna Goodwin, Donna Ha- good, Melanie Lawson, Janie Panther, Linda Guthrie. Marsha Hughes, Barbara Mason, Teresa Gravlee, Pam Craig, Beckie Drinkard. Bruce Jones, Gwin Johnson, Donnie Ledbetter, Kathy Cato, Jessicia Kilbildes. Paul Walker, Rodney Higgenbotham, Harold Gwin, Mary Abbott. Randy Hood, Dennis Reid, Schuyler Wood, Joe Guthrie. Frank Randle, Danny Law- rence, Kenneth Laney, Wayne McCombs, Byron McCav. The Latin Club, which is a chapter of the State and National Junior Collegiate League, promotes interest in ancient Roman civilization. Participation in this club stimulates the use and appreciation of the lan- guage. The annual banquet is one of the highlights of the year for club members. Senior members eagerly await initiation day and the opportunity to vent their feelings on unsuspecting prospective members. 36 Spanish Adds Spice President — Danny Lawrence Vice-President — Ronnie Hays Secretary — Connie Johnson Treasurer — Steve Belcher To be a member of the Spanish Club students must have an active interest in the language and the Spanish speaking countries. Prospective members must pass an initiation in which they are slaves to senior members. One of the club ' s outstanding projects is to give some deserving Spanish student a scholarship to Jefferson State Junior College. Initiation highlights the club year. 37 4-H Members Emphasize Paul Walker - President, Rodney Higgenbotham - Vice President, Gary Self- Reporter, Mr. James - Advi- sor, David Dutton. Pete Willis, Donnie Ledbetter, Jerry Melvin, Earl Reese, Joe Cato, David Baker. Dan Wil- liams, Wayne Mulvehill, Johnny Wilson, Ronnie Ledbetter, Wayne Burnett. Wayne Curry, Roger Elliot, Aron Reno, Odis Cole, Dale Bartlett. Ralph Steel, Shane Barber, Earnest Holsom- bach, Mrs. Pugh - Advisor, Nathan Ledbetter, Gene Thomas, Gary Reynolds, Charles Willis, Mark Slef, Ro- zell Underwood. 38 Use of Talents Susan Hatfield — President, Doris McCraw — Reporter, Debbie Drain — Secretary, Linda Jenkins — Song Leader, Mrs. Hill — Advisor Til SEATED: Yvonne Dutton, Sandra Myrick, Gloria Pelfrey, Judy Taylor, Janice Stubbs. STANDING: Debo- rah Scaggs, Carolyn Jones, Renee Johnson, Teresa Gravlee, Jessicia Kilbildes, Mary Abbott, Janie Panther 39 Juniors Take Active Part in School Life JR. 4-H CLUB Lillian Woods, Melba Cannon, Sarah Staton, Pamela Belcher. Vicki Banks, Cecilia Arnold, Debra Rickles, Barbara Chambers, Vicki Bram- lett, Jan Burkett, Bobbie Graham, — President, Debra Murphy, Denise Kennedy, Janet Booker, Martha Tumlin, Carol Manning, Anita Vines. Pam Burkett — Vice President, Polly Stubbs, Kathy Murphee — Secretary Treasurer, Pat Lahore, Shelia Ringpfeil, Donna Burnett, Sue Calvert — Reporter, Susan Sharitt — Song Leader, Marilyn Belcher, Susan Moore. Mrs. Calvert — Advisor jm ft MkL , JR. RED CROSS Dixie Henderson, Alan Lowe — Vice President, Sheila Ringpfiel — President, Byron Campbell, Polly Stubbs — Secre- tary Treasurer, Chris Ringphiiel, Coach Moore — Advisor. Susan Ellison, Susan Reynolds, Allen Hill. Jane Cornelius. June Hughes. Sandra Evans, Barbara Chambers, Walter Coleman, Donna Ray, Donna McGravv. 40 Red Cross Helps Develop Character Carmen Anderson, Marsha Hughes, Linda Rooker, Sandra Smith. Carolyn Jones, Donna Hagood. Gail Moore, Jane Sparks, Nell Ferris, Dean McGraw, Pat Brazeel, Jo Ann Streetman. Patsy Beach, Debbie Sexton. Delilah Rice, Dennis Reid, Johnny Parker, Bobby Love, Steve Kilgore, Mike Thigpen, Kenneth McCombs, Sandy Allison, Charlotte Lessenberry, Sarah Camp, Mr. Adams. Students who are interested in helping others may be members of the Red Cross. Two students are selected from each homeroom as rep- resentatives to this organiza- tion. Anyone else who is inter- ested may join. The club promotes the an- nual Christmas toy drive. Another of their worth- while projects was the Christ- mas boxes sent to the soldiers in Viet Nam. % $ - Mr. Adams — Advisor; Delilah Rice — Reporter; Patsy Beach — Program Chairman; Debbie Sexton — Sec.-Treas.; Sarah Camp — President; Charlotte Lessenberry — V. Pres. Sandra Allison — Chaplain 41 Sophomores FBLA Prepares Members The Future Business Leaders of America in- cludes all students who have shown an interest in business by taking part in the Business and Office Education program. Many activities are sponsored by the club. The students support Dress Right Week, Thanksgiving dinner for needy families, and assist in open house activities for the BOE De- partment. They also sponsor the National Busi- ness Education tests in which Jordan is a test center for several schools. Operating the school supply store is a year- round project. Other projects include a candy sale, contributing to the P.T.A. Scholarship Fund, and presenting a gift to the school at the end of the school year. In the spring, the members of the club take a field trip that is interesting as well as educa- tional. Juniors 42 Senior Girls — Non-Co-op for Business World Advisor — Miss Ketner Vice-President — Pat Brazeel President — Shirley Watson Supply Store Manager — Janice Higginbotham Chaplain — Judy Taylor Reporter — Charlotte Lessenberry Secretary — Debbie Drain Treasurer — Brenda Kennedy Senior Girls — Co-op 43 Dramatic Talents Are Developed The Drama Club advances interest in Dra- matics and initiates further desires in that field. Their annual Senior Play is one of the highlights of the school year. Another of the clubs presentations is Skit Day which always proves to be entertaining. President — Dee Sloan Vice-President — Melanie Lawson Secretary — Janice Nations Treasurer — Doris Lucas Linda Guthrie, Elaine McKinnev, Paul Walker, Mike Robinson Betty Glasscock, Brenda Reid, Linda Gardner, Bobby Love, Jane Sparks, Dennis Reid, Tommy Scarbrough 44 Throughout Year in Drama Club Sammy Nail, Gaynell Hopson, Thomas Dial, Delilah Rice Doris Lucas, Jessica Kibildis Linda Wilkerson, John Chandler, Dee Sloan, Connie Johnson, Melanie Lawson, John Wilson, Teresa Gravlee, Edna Gipson, Wayne Edgeworlh Nancy Neely. Diane Hall, Sherry Naramore, Janice Nation, Marie Willis, Janice Morgan 45 Paper Staff Keeps Students SEATED: Beckie Tankersley, Delilah Rice, Pat Brazeel, Patsy Beach, Vickie Airhart STANDING: Mrs. Rich - Advisor, Gene Gary, Preston Heard, David Goode, Dee Sloan. BELOW: Diane Hall, Pat Brazeel. Judi Acton, Beckie Tankersley, Gene Cary. Terri Chandler, Pam Craic, David Goode. Mrs. Rich — Advisor, Patsy Beach. By working together on the Jordan Echo members of the staff develop a sense of responsibility, many skills, and experience in human relationships. They sponsor the Queen of Hearts Contest and a Leadout in which the queen and her court are pres- ented. This year the paper staff sponsored a contest in which a design was chosen for a school flag. STYLES 46 Informed on Up-to-Date Events Pat Brazeel, Beckie Tankersley. Diane Hall, Judi Acton, Terri Chandler. Randv Hood, Preston Heard, Dee Sloan, Mrs. Rich Panther, Janice Higgenbothan, Judy Taylor. Advisor Janie Editor Dee Sloan and Business Manager Vickie Ai- rhart attended a summer workshop at Samford Uni- versity. Later in the year other members of the staff at- tended a workshop at Birmingham Southern. These students gained valuable information at these work- shops that has helped make this years Echo an out- standing school paper. 47 Science Club Prepares Students Janice Stubbs — Program Chairman Frank Randle — Program Chairman Wayne McCombs — Reporter, Betsy Vines — President Gordon Bell — Vice President Doris McCraw — Secretary-Treasurer Miss Bradley — Advisor Hoyt Simmons, Gloria Moore, Marsha Hughes, Barbara Pair, Connie Johnson, Sandy Allison, Alvin Anderson, Mi- chael McKinney, Janie Panther, Deb- bie Drain. Alice Graves, Janis Morgan, Gary Self, Paul Walker, Frederick Cash, Donnie Ledbettcr, Betty Brewer, Linda Jenkins. Dennis Morton, Ken Carter, Jane Sparks, Dianna Goodwin, David Brewer, Steve Farmer, Cynthia Johnson, Mary Abbott, Mike Evans Lee Houlditch, Gene Cary. Gwin Johnson, Harold Gwin, Randy Hood, Johnny Parker, Bruce Jones Travis Wessinger, Danny Lawrence, Roger Lee, Clifford Bradford. 48 for Careers in Science Gavnell Jones, Cherry Redwine, Jo Foster, Pat Ellison, Rachael Nicholas, Gail Owens, Betty Russell, Linda Williams. Diane Thomas, Deborah Rickles. Greg Hopkins, Lynn McGee, Steve Shaffield, Peggv Johnson, Shiela Ringphfeil, Evie Sullivan, Alan Lowe, Gene Thomas, Gary Reynolds, Steve Hill Linda Lawson, Deborah Burnham, Donna McGraw, Sue Calvert, Joyce Martin, Kathv Murphree, Polly Stubbs. Stephen Ballard, David Staton, Byron Campbell, James Little, Donald Moore, Rich- ard Jolly. 49 Staff Plans, Prepares, 1967 Charlotte Lessenberry, Editor, discusses sports section with Steve Belcher. i % From the Torch staff comes the yearbook, binding together the elements of our school life Mrs. McCowan, advisor, guides the production of the Torch with her fine leadership. Doris Lucas, Copy Editor, and Linda Guthrie, Ac- tivities Editor check pages to be sent to publisher. 50 ' Sweats Blood 9 Over Torch Jean Bradford, Class Editor, discusses a headline with Ann Belcher, Typist. % A ' tiLi. Ht S M Beckie Drinkard, Art Editor, and Ronnie Hays, Business Manager count ad money. Much hard work and careful planning go into the publishing of the Torch . Members attend workshops which help prepare them to meet their many responsi- bilities which include soliciting ads and attending to various business arrangements. The staff sponsors the Senior Beauty Contest in which a senior beauty, alternate, and calendar girls are chosen. This year ' s Torch staff made several strides forward in the way of new ideas, as can be seen by the teachers ' pictures, the division pages, and favorites section. Each year is highlighted by the dedication of the Torch . The staff plans carefully for this event which completes the year ' s work. Staff members prepare decorations for Senior Beauty Pag- eant. Yvonne Dutton and Steve Farmer, junior appren- tices review work ahead. Student Council Improves mm f% L " v Students decorate Christmas tree for the holiday season. Every year students from the Student Council at Jordan attend workshops and conventions. Johnny Parker, Marie Willis, Betsy Vines, Jane Sparks, and Gail McGough are preparing to leave for workshop. Student Council furnishes Christmas decorations for the lunchroom tables. OFFICERS: President — Johnny Parker 1st Vice-President — Betsy Vines Secretary — Marie Willis 2nd Vice-President — Jane Sparks Treasurer — Dianna Goodwin ■.- " . . 52 School Life On MJHS Campus Mr. Burkett and Johnny discuss the progress made on the wall on the front lawn, which was a project sponsored by the Student Council. Jane and Johnny present basket to Mr. Sharp that was a gift from the student body. During the football season. Student Council operates the r rcient stand. Members sell the refreshments on game nights 53 Future Secretaries Set High Goals fL S Jft FSA is the schools ' newest club. The purpose of the club is to stimulate interest in the secretarial profes- sion, to develop a better understanding of secretarial responsibilities, and to provide a basis for better secre- taries of the future. During the year, the club enters a contestant in the " Future Secretaries " contest. Advisor — Mrs. Vogel President — Elizabeth Bennett Vice-President — Sandy Whitaker Secretary — Sherry Fields Treasurer — Joyce Elsberry 54 Tomorrow ' s Teachers Prepare Today Future Teachers of America encourages an interest in the stu- dent in the field of education. The purpose of the club is to learn about the teaching profession, its opportunities, responsibilities, problems, and its important role in our nation and throughout the world. The club takes a trip to a college campus during the school year. The officers include: Marie Willis, President; Bruce Jones, Vice-President; Patsy Beach, Secretary; and Nancy Neely, Trea- surer. Sponsor — Miss Hurst 55 Ushers Serve MJ in Many Ways Sandy Allison Steve Farmer Steve Belcher Joe Guthrie Head Ushe Jackie Burnham Linda Guthrie Sec.-Treas. Gene Cary Lee Houlditch Dennis Reid Tommy Scarborough Rodney James Bruce Jones Pres. Kenneth Laney Doris Lucas Byron McCay V. Pres. Connie McGee Dean McGraw Gail Moore Johnny Parker The Ushers ' Club sells programs at football games, ushers at school gatherings and prepare students for community service. The members of the Ushers ' Club must be in sen- ior high school or be invited to join by club members. This club ' s proj- ects include contributing to schol- arship fund, band uniforms, and one school beautification project each year. Members must be de- pendable and willing to work. Mrs. McCowan is their advisor. She de- votes much of her time and talent to the club ' s activities. 56 Library Club Encourages Wide Reading Janie Panther, Carol Faucett, Betty Brewer, Joy Bullock, Sandra Smith, Rhonda Cotton, Carlene Wisener, Dennis Morton, Bruce Jones, Sue Calvert, Joyce Bullock OFFICERS: President, Jessica Ki- bildis; Vice-President, Mary Ab- bott; Secretary-Treasurer, Debbie Drain, Reporter, Marsha Hughes; Advisor, Mrs. Blaylock The Library Club motivates and encourages reading. The members of this club must be active library assistants, have a pleasing personality and be willing to work and get along with others. The Library Club ' s main project is the annual Book Fair. The activities of the club include an assembly program once a year and attending the meetings of the Jefferson County Library Association and the Fifth District Library Association. 57 Victory or Defeat . . . 7 966-67 Blue Devil Nancy Neely — Head Betty Glasscock The 1966-67 Varsity Cheerleaders are all seniors. They were chosen at the close oflast year by the student body and had to be approved by the faculty. Their work was started immediately. Practices were held all through the summer and highlighted by a week-long camp at the University of Mississippi. Cheerleaders from each Southeastern state attended the camp. There they learned pom-pom routines, new cheers, tumbling. The week was climaxed by a mass pep rally and competition in which they won Honorable mention. Becky Tankersley C lie J Delilah Ru 58 Their Spirit Never Dies Cheerleaders Dianna G Sherry Naramore Their duties at school are to cheer at all games, pro- mote school spirit and good sportsmanship. The cheer- leaders, at all times, should set the example for stu- dents to follow at all school activities. ; --- ' » Dalene Smith Elaine McKinnev 59 Pep Club Keeps Devil Spirit High Whatever the sport may be, among the players there must be spirit. Besides the coaches and the players themselves; there is an extra added moral booster which is, the Pep Club. President — Danny Lawrence Vice-President — Sammy Nail Secretary-Treasurer Marie Willis Pam Craig, as the 1966-1967 Blue Devil, helped the cheerleaders lead the cheers and boost team spirit. 60 B-Team Cheerleaders Support Team Carmen Anderson, Melanie Harbin, Linda Jenkins — Head, Peggy Goodwin, Liela Jinright Junior Cheerleaders Boost Team Spirit XJt Head - Darnell Wilson, Co-Head - Peggy Goodwin, Judy Johnson, Deborah Burnham. Pam Burkett, Ginger Smothers, Marilyn James 6 Prom Committee The Prom Committee is responsi- ble for planning the Senior Prom which is held in April. Magazine and candy sales in which all seniors participate are held to raise the nec- essary funds. Members work all year toward one goal — to present Jord- an ' s seniors with a prom they will al- ways remember. Linda Guthrie, secretary; Johnny Parker, Betty Glasscock; Janice Nation, Bonnie Hubbard; Debbie Osborne, Byron McCay, Chairman. Mr. Pannell, advisor; Beckie Drinkard, Linda Gardner, Pam Craig, Barbara Pair. Mr. Willis, advisor; Thomas Dial, Steve Belcher. Future Nurses of America The FNA encourages students to pursue health careers. The students undertake projects at school that teach them to serve others. Through- out the year the organization invites people in health connected careers to speak to the members about the opportunities open to them in this field. Steve Belcher — Nice-President, Dianna Goodwin. Libby Belcher — Secre- tary-Treasurer, Shirley Ballard — President, Preston Heard, Betsy Vines, Janie Panther, Wade Howse, Karen Hannah, Mary Barnwell Miss Scott — Advisor, Linda Spurgeon, Larry Brooks, Janelle Norman, Debbie Spradlin, Jean Bradford 62 Fine Arts me jftcfijM Blue Devil Band Profits Students, faculty members, parents and friends of the school look forward to the concerts that are so ably presented by the band. Wanda Kelley — Historian, Tommy Scarborough - President. Stanly Mosley — Vice President, Ronene Gowins — Secretary, Me- lanie Lawson - Librarian, Linda Day - Treasurer. Tommy Scarborough has served as drum major for the band for two years. 64 From Capable Leadership President — David White, Treasurer — Patricia Pharris, Vice- President — Paulette Stubbs. " Mr. Owen directs band at football game. The beginner band plays for junior assemblies and prepares for marching band. 65 Band Aids Pep Club in The band roots for the Blue Devils at every game. At the football games, the band boosts school spirit. It attends distant games as well as home games. The marching band practices long hours marching and playing to present entertaining half-time shows. To add to the festive season, the band presents a Christmas concert before the holidays. In the spring, the band competes in the district contests and several members compete individually with students from other schools. They also present the spring concert. 66 Boosting School Spirit 67 Majorettes Entertain ■n ■ Jessica Kibildis — Head, Susan Sanders, Dean McGraw, Nancy Russo, Wanda Kelley, Cheryl Gorman xM Nancy Russo Wanda Kellev Jessica Kibildis 68 At Half-time Susan Sanders, Jessica Kibildis, Wanda Kelley Cheryl Gorman Susan Sanders Dean McGraw 69 Choral Concerts Add Extra Janet Horton, Beckie Drinkard, Linda Guthrie, James Sullivan, Allen Tumlin, Gloria Scott, Kathy Cato, Me- lanie Lawson. Connie McGee, Gail Moore, Sarah Camp, David White, Wavne McCombs, David Brewer, Jan- ice Nation, Betty Glasscock, Linda VVilkerson, Dianna Goodwin, Frederick Cash, David Goode. Arnold Per- kins, Tommy Scarborough, Linda Jenkins, Kay Higginbotham. Mortimer Jordan ' s Select Choir in its first years has represented our school at state competition in Tus- caloosa and received an excellent rating. The Select Choir is directed by Mrs. Taylor. The members of the Select Choir have unusual musical ability and this ability is reflected in their many achieve- ments and accomplishments. The Select Choir presents at var- ious times of the year programs depicting the season. The purpose of the Select Choir is to reflect outstanding musical talent and love of music. Linda Guthrie — Accompanist, Betty Glasscock — Vice-President, Kathy Cato - President, Sarah Camp - Secretary-Treasurer. 70 Dimension To Student Life iPJ f f% The Junior Choral group, directed by Mrs. Taylor, takes part in various assembly pro- grams and on occasion, they take part in pro- grams given for P.T.A. From this group mem- bers of the Select Choir will be chosen. The purpose of the Junior Choral group is to instill in the student appreciation for music and skill in singing. Musical ability and talent are acquired by the members of the Junior Choir who work toward a goal of better musical understanding. In Junior Choir students enjoy music as an exceptional art. Mrs. Taylor has been with the choral depart- ment at Mortimer Jordan for two years. We have seen tremendous progress in those two years in many areas. She began the Select Choir and worked with them in preparing them for district and state competition. They had an excellent rating at both. Mrs. Taylor also works with a mixed chorus and junior choir. She is responsible for presenting each of these choirs in several assembly programs each year. 71 Art Club Stimulates Creativeness N ■w c ' CH b w SinEmi Jl B i m Wm. A . ' ij B Www At WW WW ■Ml fe L. ' . d i Ww k WmWW F . . _ Karen Hannah, Janis Morgan, Joe Stanley, Janice Stubbs, Allen Tumlin, Debbie Osborne, Dee Sloan, Gwen Moore, David Dutton, Jane Sparks, Glenda Wilson, Elizabeth Bennett, Freddy Hughes, Frank Randle, Frederick Cash, Ron- nie Reynolds, Steve Belcher, Wade Howse The Pen and Brush Club offers opportunity for students inter- ested in art to develop their tal- ents outside of class-. This organi- zation is responsible for the spring musical sets. Visits to museums and art exhibits encourages mem- bers interest in art. y OFFICERS: Janis Morgan, President; Wade Howse, Vice-President; Gwen Moore, Secretary-Treasurer; Miss Hansen, Sponsor 72 i Faculty and Administration Administration Prepares Mrs. Thompson, our registrar, works hard to keep our school running efficiently. She is al- ways willing and eager to help each student in any way she can. Mr. VV. E. Burkett has won the respect of students and faculty dur- ing his administration at Mortimer Jordan. He advocates hard work, fairness, student-teacher coopera- tion and the importance of higher education. Mr. Burkett graduated from Memphis State University with B.S. and M.A. degrees. He has since kept in touch with new teach- ing innovations by doing graduate work at Samford University and the University of Alabama. Mr. Burketfs able leadership has improved the school program and assures students of even greater achievements in the future. Mr. Burkett is busy compiling information for the committee who will visit our school and re-evaluate the school program. Our school is evaluated periodi- cally so the administration may be sure that the caliber of instruction meets the standards of the South- ern Association of Secondary Schools. 74 for Re-evaluation Counseling makes students aware of vocational opportu- nities. Mrs. Stubbs chats informally with students between classes Helping students to find the fields of studies in which they are most capable is a big task, but Mrs. Stubbs enjoys her work. She makes sure that Jordan students have every chance to im- prove themselves. Counseling helps students select the college best suited to their needs. 75 Appreciation of Fine 1 d p L . !m j ' B Miss Hansen teaches Junior III so- cial studies and instructs students in art. She is advisor of the Art Club and actively supports the Spring Musical by being in charge of scenery and di- recting students. Miss Hansen explains technique in charcoal drawing. Mr. Ginn is very active in school ac- tivities. He teaches Latin, speech, drama, and Sr. Ill shop English. He sponsors the Latin and Drama Club. Every year he works hard to make each year ' s Senior play bigger and better. t , Mr. Ginn discusses the senior play with the Drama Class. Mrs. Tabares teaches Spanish I II. After graduating from the University of Havana, she came to Jordan three years ago. Being the sponsor of the Spanish Club, she helps in the produc- tion of the Spanish Club program in the spring. Mrs. Tabares demonstrates the equipment in the language lab. 76 Arts Instilled at MJ. Mrs. Taylor has the responsibility of conducting the choral groups at Jord- an. She works hard to present programs for students, faculty, and other groups. She also aids in the production of the Spring Musical. Mrs. Taylor devotes her time to the choral groups. Mr. Owen devotes his time to in- structing the senior, junior, and begin- ner bands. He also aids in the produc- tion of the Spring Musical. Mr. Owen encourages students in the field ol music. Mrs. Blaylock has the responsibility of guiding Jordan students in what books to read and keeping a large selec- tion available to the students and fac- ulty. She is the sponsor of the Library Club. Mrs. Blaylock aids students in library research. 77 Experts Prepare Students Miss Ketner has the tremendous responsibility of being the head of the Business and Office Occu- pations Department. She leads and directs the Sen- ior girls in finding the right job for them. She is ad- visor of FBLA. ■ ' ■•- V ■ ' D " V A Miss Ketner - tf " Mrs. Rich teaches personal typing, typ- ing II, bookkeeping, and journalism. She works with the paper staff to publish the school paper. Mrs. Vogel instructs eleventh and twelfth grade students in vocational block. She sponsors the Future Secretaries Associ- ation. Mr. Pannell teaches tenth and eleventh vocational block groups. He works with the Prom Committee to make each year ' s Sen- ior Prom better than ever. Mrs. Vogel Mr. Panne 78 for Business and Home Life Mrs. Grace helps students prepare to be better citizens in government class. Mrs. Grace instructs students in Home and Fami- ly, Government, and Student Council. In home eco- nomics, her students learn the values of cooking and sewinsr. L lk 5«A 1 Home and Family students learn to accept responsibilities in home planning. Mrs. Grace gives advice on decorating Mrs. Grace teaches students homemaking skills. 79 To Advance in Other F e c s, Mrs. Calvert instructs students in Junior I and II English. She sponsors the Junior 4-H girls. Mrs. Calvert aids in the preparation of her students for high school Eng- lish. Mrs. Calvert Being the teacher of basic and Junior II and III English, Mrs. Posey endeavors to give each student a better under- standing of good grammar and literature. She is advisor of the Junior Honor Society. Mrs. Posey is a graduate of Samford. Mrs. Posey 80 Make Progress in English Mrs. Glaze teaches Senior III English, in- cluding classes of college preparatory English. She sponsors the Senior National Honor Socie- ty. Mrs. Glaze has the responsibility of prepar- ing the college-bound seniors for their college English courses. Mrs. Glaze Even though Miss Hurst is a new member of our faculty this year, she has taken an active part in school activities. She sponsors the FTA. She teach- es basic, Senior II, and Senior III basic English. Miss Hurst Mrs. Hill teaches Senior I and Junior III English. She actively supports the Senior 4-H girls. Mrs. Hi 81 Science Unit Urges Further Study Mrs. McCowan handles a full schedule. She teaches Junior III science and chemistry. Not only is she the sponsor of the Ushers Club, but she devotes a lot of her time ' o the annual staff. Miss Scott teaches P.E. and Junior I science. She is a graduate of Alabama College. Being the advisor of the Future Nurses Club, she promotes activities within the club. Mrs. Bradley teaches Junior II science and biology. She is advisor for the Junior and Senior Science Club. 82 Today ' s World Requires Mathematics Advanced Mathematics are taught by Miss McAn- nally. She instructs her students in Algebra I, II, III, and Trigonometry. Every year she prepares her stu- dents for competitions with students from other schools. Miss McAnnat Mr. Manley teaches Junior II math, shop math, plane geometry, algebra I, and physics. Mr. Manley explains problems to student. Mr. James teaches Junior II and III math stu- dents and Junior III social studies. He is advisor of the Senior 4-H boys. Mrs. Pugh Mrs. Pugh teaches Junior I math and science. She is advisor to the Junior 4-H boys. Mr. James 83 Social Studies Teaches Democracy The purpose of the social studies de- partment is to enable students to have a better understanding of our American heritage. Mr. Willis teaches economics and physical education. He works with the prom committee to make the Senior Prom a memorable occasion. Mr. Willis A new member of our faculty this year, Mr. Adams has taken an active part in school activities. He sponsors the Senior Red Cross. He teaches American and World His- tory. Mr. Strickland Mr. Strickland teaches government, communism, world history, and physical education. Mr. Adams 84 Coaches Moore, Tuck and Strickland The physical education department stresses the im- portance of healthy bodies and vigorous activities. Coach Tuck is the Transportation Supervisor, teach- es Jr. I and II Soc. St. and Physical Education. Coach Willis Physical Fitness Stressed by Instructors Miss Stojcich instructs students in physical edu- cation. She sponsors Cheerleaders. Jm fe? ■ ? ? AjrfV . jgflE ' 1 u Jm PMn gr ;» - ■ ' A j " . | H , 4H - ' . ' 1 Miss Scott teaches physical education and Junior I science. She sponsors the Future Nurs- es. Miss Stojcich Miss Scott 85 Service Personnel Mr. Sharp, our custodian, works diligently to make our school the cleanest possible. One of his responsibili- ties this year is the supervision of the wall project. Mr. Sharp " Pat " — Custodian Mrs. Creel — Manager The lunchroom ladies work hard each day in preparing for us a nutritious and balanced lunch. The students appreciate all their time and effort which they have put into their job. WW j ■ Mrs. Copeland, Mrs. McCombs, Mrs. Whitworth 86 Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Fields Teachers and Students Work Together Student-teacher cooperation is part of- the daily life at Mortimer Jordan High School. ■H iH rBiLJ . tii, 87 € m Blue Devil 4 R . . j Z4ki4 in i n ■3 SpiWf of ' 67 w Seniors Will Always Remember These Days 90 M X, That Great Moment . . . Judi Acton Richard Acton Vicki Airhart Chuck Arnold Tommy Arnold Mary Ay cock James Baldwin 92 Now We Are Really Seniors! i i i ' Shirley Ballard Merle Banes George Barnett Mary Barnwell Patsy Beach Ann Belcher Libby Belcher Stephen Belcher Elizabeth Bennet 93 There Is Always Time Kenneth Black Jean Bradford Kathy Branaman Patricia Brazeel Joel Breed Marilyn Brock Larry Brooks Morgan Bryan Joy Bullock 94 for Fun for Seniors ■ Bert Bui-ford Tim Burgett Wayne Burnett Larry Burns Sarah Camp Gilbert Carlton Kenneth Carter 95 The Spirit Frederick Cash Kathryn Cato Carol Chambers John Chandler David Coalburn Linda Cole Kirby Counts Pain Craig Gary Creel 96 Remains Unbroken Monra Crisler Patricia Davidson Thomas Dial Dolores Doss James Doss Beckie Drinkard 97 Sometimes Things Don ' t Sherry Echols Wayne Edgeworth Joyce Elsberry Elaine Fendley Pam Eubanks Edward Farmer Clarence Faught 98 Go Like They Should Albert Fields Randall Fields Sherry Fields Billy Findley Jeanne Frew Hubert Fulmer Danny Gamble Linda Gardner Glen Gilley 99 MJ Blue Devil Dianna Goodwin Mary Helen Gilley Edna Gipson Harland Goodwin Brenda Gilliland Betty Glasscock Ronene Gowins 100 Caught Off Guard? Alice Graves Robert Graves Teresa Gravlee Johnny Gray Joe Guthrie Linda Guthrie Donna Hagood Diane Hall John Hall 101 There Are Many Larry Hayes WW " mm Myra Hallmark Karen Hannah Donn Harbin William Harris Susan Hatfield Harry Hayes 102 Anxious Moments Linda Hayes Ronnie Hays Preston Heard Gary Hicks Rodney Higginbotham Don Hill Allen Hinkle Ann Holmes Randy Hood 103 Gaynell Hopson James Hopson Janet Horton Often Seniors Need Cullen Howard Regan Howell Mary Howse Wade Howse Bonnie Hubbard Michael Jenkins 104 Connie Johnson m ■a JKSi " " B ■ V - " " ■ " , y Time to Themselves Bruce Jones Michael Kauhn Norma Kelley Sandra Kelley Wanda Kelly Mike Kendrick 105 Seniors Cheer Team James Laster Jessica Kibildis Patsy Kilgore Gary Lang Danny Lawrence Melanie Lawson Charlotte Lessenberry 106 to Victory Anna Love Bobby Love Pat Lowery Doris Lucas Sandra Martin Sarah Mask Johnny Mayfield Byron McCay Elaine McKinney 107 Bonfire Boos ts Michael McKinney Jerry. Melvin Donald Mitchell Dale Moody Gloria Moore Gwen Moore 108 Our Spirit Janis Morgan Ronnie Myrex Linda Myrick Sammy Nail Sherry Naramore Janice Nation Phillip Naylor Nancy Neely Dale Nicholas 109 Each Day Is Ginger Nicholas Janelle Norman Debbie Osborne Carlotta Page Ronnie Page Barbara Pair Johnny Parker Peggy Phillips 10 Filled With New Experiences Annette Pilkington Thomas Poe Ruth Powell Nathan Redwine Dennis Reid Gary Reynolds Danny Rhodes Delilah Rice Brenda Rogers III Disgust, Dismay, Amazement Sandy Russell Tommy Scarborough Gary Self Susan Sanders Gloria Scott Debbie Sexton J Edward Shaling 112 Are All a Part of MJ Romona Sharit Kenneth Shelnutt Peggy Simmons frfe .. iife - I Carol Sims Dee Sloan Dalene Smith Jane Sparks Glenda Standridge Tommy Stinson 113 It Took Long Jo Ann Streetman Claudine Suddeth James Sullivan Becky Tankersley Medford Tatum Virginia Teal Michael Thigpen Rodney Thomas 114 Hours of Study . . . Remember? Sherry Thompson Don Thrasher Betsy Vines Paul Walker Shirley Watson Debe Watts Larry Watwood Sandra Whitaker Ronnie White 115 Linda Wilkerson Randy Williams Linda Williamson Marie Willis Brenda Wilson Schuyler Woods 16 Pep Rallies Boost Mary Abbott Sandra Allison Alvin Anderson Nancy Bagwell David Baker Carroll Banes Mary Banks Gordon Bell James Bowlin David Brewer Robert Brooks Larry Bryant Joyce Bullock Cathy Burch Wavne Cannon m WMi, A Mi Gene Cary Joe Cato Terrie Chandler Peggy Chatham Rhonda Cotton Steve Davis Linda Day Deborah Drain Yvonne Dutton Glenn Evans 118 Junior School Spirit Steve Farmer Carol Faucet t Paul Faucett Rebecca Faught Sherry Farley Larry Ferris Wanda Gilley Cheryl Gorman Kathy Hayes Betty Harding Eugene Hicks Janice Higginbotham Kay Higginbotham Lee Houlditch Rodney James Pat Jinright Cynthia Johnson Carolyn Jones Diane Kelley Brenda Kennedy Steve Kilgore 119 Kenneth Laney George Logan Roger Logan Rebecca Long Jerry Marsh Kenneth McCombs Linda McCombs Doris McCraw Charles McGaughy Connie McGee Juniors Prepare to Keep Kenneth McKinney Carolyn McLeroy Gail Moore Dennis Morton Stanley Mosley Wayne Mulvehi David Naylor Patricia Page Janie Panther Arnold Perkins 120 Doris Purser Earl Reese Sterling Reno Linda Rooker Nancy Russo William Sanders June Self Freida Sexton Janis Shaffield Roger Sharit Blue Devil Spirit Alive Dvvain Simmons Rodger Skinner Raymond Stack Cynthia Staton Charles Sullivan Judy Taylor Michael Thomas Sharon Thomas Steve Thomas Donnie Underwood Dan Williams Pete Willis Johnny Wilson Carlene Wisener Travis Wissinger 121 Catherine Abe! Michael Abney Bill Acton Carmen Anderson Pam Bailey- Paul Barber Derek Belcher Deborah Bowman Clifford Bradford Perry Bradford Sophomores Rush Betty Brewer Wayne Brewer Jackie Burnham Jimmy Buzbee Ken Carter Raymond Cato Peggy Crane Jerry Crumbley William Cupps Linda Denam Acquilla Dial Richard Dorman Margaret Doss David Dutton Deborah Eddy 122 Susan Elkins Myrtle Ellison Mike Evans Nell Ferris By Lockers Jerry Foster Tommy Freeman Billy Gamble Gary Glass Perrv Glass Eddie Glenn Peggy Goodwin Harold Guin Melanie Harbin Byron Heath Kenneth Hicks Lester Hill Imogene Holcomb Gerald Holland Vicki Holt • N - ii Y? 123 iWBkiSi Allan Hopkins Brady Hubbard Freddy Hughes Marsha Hughes Sharon James Linda Jenkins Leila Jinright Gwin Johnson Renee Johnson Wilma Jones Danny Kimbrell Donnie Ledbetter Ronnie Ledbetter Roger Lee Pe ggy L ' ght Betty Loggins David Loggins Carmon Love Barbara Mahaffey Raymond Mahaffey Allen Mann Marlene Marona Al Martin Barbara Mason Sammy McCombs Wayne McCombs Ricky McCrary Wayne McCraw Connie McGraw Dean McGraw 124 Lynn McKinney Cecilia McMurray Roger Meadows Harlan Miller Michael Moore Vickie Murphy Sandra Myrick Ronnie Neely Gloria Pelfrv Billv Pharris Tommy Pollard Frank Randle Ronnie Reynolds Edna Robberson Charles Sharit Hoyt Simmons Debbie Skaggs Larry Skinner Sandra Smith Larry Smothers Sidney Sorenson Deborah Spradling Linda Spurgeon Joe Stanley Janice Stubbs Bobbie Summerford Jane Todd Alan Tumblin Phil Tyler Linda Waddell 125 Ronnie Watson Norman Whitaker Mary Williams Mary Jo Williams Glenda Wilson NOT PICTURED Freddy Bryant John Cole Billy Glazier Betty Howard Joan Knox William McGowan Steve Myrick Charles Rickey Jerry Spiegle 126 Freshmen Add " Life " Wayburn Arnold Carol Bailey Gary Ballard Kenny Belcher Estell Berry Dena Blackburn Harold Brannon O ' Neal Burnett Roger Burton Deborah Cagle Jerry Cannon Linda Cason Mona Chandler William Cole Walter Coleman David Conn Donnie Conn Joe Connell Jane Cornelius Ricky Drain Jane Elkins 127 Rickey Geeters Jackie Goodwin Bobbie Graham Eddie Hand Terry Henry Steve Hill Joe Horton June Hughs Janet Johnson Judy Johnson Peggy Johnson Butch Jones Barbara Lawrence Danny Light Stephanie Logan Eugene Loggins Theresa Love Allen Lowe Steve Marsh Joyce Martin Mary Ann Mays Micheal Maze Jerome McCombs Renee McCombs Gail Mc Gaugh 128 Sue Miller Thomas Miller Wanda Miller Michael Mitchell Linda Mosley Melissa Murphy Pat Murphy Marilyn Myrick Lila Nail. Brenda Nicholas Gail Owens James Pharris Donna Ray Jack Redwine Marilyn Reese Gary Reynolds Susan Reynolds Mike Rickles Charles Ringpfeil Sheila Ringfeil Wanda Robertson Rebecca Rogers Elaine Roper Steve Shaffield Nell Smith 129 Ginger Smothers Cindy Spradling Evie Lee Sullivan Dale Thomas Gene Thomas Alfred Tucker Charlotte White Ruth Williamson Barbara Wilson Darnell Wilson Wayne Wisener Donna Wood Judy Woo d Robert Wood £E»-. i5 S?V- 1 isV:; 130 Eighth Grade Students Amos Akers Ann Ballard Steve Ballard Chuck Bartlett Marilyn Belcher Pam Burkett Donna Burnette Debbie Burnham Mary Nell Burns David Calvert Sue Calvert Byron Campbell John Carter Joan Cato Betty Cole Susan Cole James Connell Gennivee Crane Allen Davis Dana Day Billy Dobbins Wavne Drake Phyllis Dye Patsy Ellison Joey Fend ley .131 Eighth Graders Contribute Ricky Ferris Jo Foster Doris Geeters Kenneth Glenn Violet Golden Peggy Hall Mary Harding Mark Hayes Ray Haynes Florence Henderson 132 to School Spirit Barney Heron Allan Hill Lynda Holder Ernest Holsomback Gregg Hopkins Denise Howard Johnny Howell Cecil Hubbard Teddy Hughes Marilyn James Richard Jolly Gay Nell Jones Teresa Jones Linda Lawson Nathan Ledbetter 133 By Exercising We Susan Lee Ray Letlow Marvin Light James Little Richard Long Van Marsh Charlotte Mays Essie McGaughy Lynn McGee Donna McGraw Jackie Mikel Donald Moore Susan Moore Tommy Morgan Jerri Mosley Kathy Murphy Patsy Nicholas Rachel Nicholas Pamela Odom Marilyn Pannell John Patterson 134 Build Strong Bodies AvI ' kJill Melba Pesnell Patricia Pharris Cherry Redwine Debra Rickels Chris Ringpfiel Wanda Robertson Connie Rogers Patsy Rogers Betty Russell Bobby Russell Janice Self Susan Sharit Diane Smith Donald Sneed Ronald Sneed David Staton Ben Stubbs Lynn Stubbs Paulette Stubbs Larry Sullivan Dina Teal Diane Thomas Leslie Thomas David White Linda Williams 135 Sam Williams John Wilson Seventh Grade Rickey Abbott Cecelia Arnold Richard Baird James Banes Vickie Banks Shane Barber Warren Barnwell Dale Bartlett Pam Belcher Ferrell Blackburn Gil Booker Janet Booker Billy Bowman Yii kie Bramlet Darlene Brown r- mt 136 Jan Burkett Melba Cannon Barbara Chambers Joe Childers Jimmie Cole Odis Cole Earl Cooper Michael Crane Wayne Curry Bettv Dav Students Mary Dodd Conrad Doss Karen Doss Karry Doss Jason Drake Linda Dutton Jan Edwards Rodger Elliot Glenn Ellis Kenneth Ellis Terry Fendley Kathy Giles Nancy Goode David Graham Clvde Hawkins 137 Dixie Henderson Ernest Hodge Ned Hoi la way Jan Hughes Deborah Johnson Joan Johnson Ruthie Johnson Kenneth Kelley Denese Kennedy Charles Knox Patricia Lahore Jamie Lemley William Loggins Joyce Longshore Johnny Love ' w ' W iV Tired Students James Lowe Carol Manning Myra McCay David McCowan David Medullar Jo Ann McMurray Sue Michaels Marilyn Moore Dennis Morgan Billv Mosley 138 I Mark Moslcy Debbie Murphy Gayle Neely Tommy Neely Joyce Nicholas Connie Nichols Hilda Nichols Marilvn Nix Billv Phillips Rush to Buses Ricky Pilkington Rhonda Pilkington Carol Randall Lou Reese Aaron Reno Barbara Robberson Lester Robertson Patsy Robertson Johnny Rogers Martha Roper 139 Students Work and Rest Alice Russell Mark Self Nell Shaffield Donald Simmons Darlene Smith Debra Smith Donna Stallings Brenda Stanley Sarah Staton Ralph Steel Gary Sulyers Betty Swann Marie Swann Kathy Taylor Leonard Thomas Debbie Thompson Martha Tumlin Rozelle Underwood Anita Vines Charles Ray Willis Gary Wood Karen Wood 140 Senior Directory JUDI ACTON Rt. 7, Box 108, Fultondale Transfer Student RICHARD ACTON P. O. Box 37, Gardendale Shop VICKI AIRHART Rt. 1 Box 76, Mt. Olive Spanish Club; Pep Club; Paper Staff CHUCK ARNOLD Rt. 1, Box 174, Morris Jr. Honor Society, Vice Presi- dent; Jr. 4-H, President; Science Club; Spanish Club; Sr. 4-H, Secretary; Who ' s Who; Sr. Class Prophet; Student Council; Homeroom Officer; Prom Com- mittee TOMMY ARNOLD Box 62, Morris 4-H Club; Shop MARY AYCOCK Rt. 1, Box 451, Mt. Olive Co-op Student; FNA, President; FBLA JIMMY BALDWIN Rt. 1, Box 698, Mt. Olive Shop SHIRLEY BALLARD Rt. 1, Box 348, Morris FNA, Treasurer, President; Pep Club; Art Club; Spanish Club; Homeroom Officer; Student Council MYRLE BANES Rt. 1, Box 138, Pinson GEORGE BARNETT Rt. 1, Box 625, Mt. Olive Shop MARY BARNWELL Rt. 1, Box 246, Warrior Jr. 4-H; Band; Choral; FNA; FBLA; Student Secretary PATSY BEACH Rt. 1, Box 123, Mt. 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Box 202, Gardendale Spanish Club, Treasurer; Annu- al Staff, Sports Editor; Usher ' s Club; Prom Committee; Pep Club; Art Club; FNA; Baseball; Who ' s Who; Sr. Class Officer, Lawyer; Homeroom Officer ELIZABETH BENNETT Rt. 9, Box 543, Birmingham Sr. Honor Society; FSA, Presi- dent; FBLA, Chaplain, Supply Store Clerk, BOE Recorder; FNA, Vice-President; FTA; Pen and Brush Club; Student Secre- tary; Sr. Red Cross, Reporter; Miss Ideal Secretary Contestant KENNETH BLACK Rt. 1, Box 191, Gardendale Shop; Pep Club MIKE BLIZZARD Rt. 7, Box 345, Birmingham JEAN BRADFORD Rt. 1, Box 134, Pinson Transfer Student; Annual Staff, Jr. Apprentice, Class Editor; FNA; Homeroom Officer KATHY BRANAMAN Rt. 1, Box 213, Gardendale FSA; FBLA; FNA; Sr. Red Cross; Pep Club; 4-H Club; Co-op Student PATRICIA BRAZEEL P. 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Box 184, Gardendale Basketball; " J " Club; Track; Shop; Pep Club; Football, All- County PAM CRAIG Rt. 1, Box 181, Gardendale Latin Club, Consul, Senator; Math Club; Science Club; FNA; FTA; Pep Club; Blue Devil; Homeroom Officer; Student Council, Secretary; Sr. Honor Society, President; Prom Com- mittee; Who ' s Who GARY CREEL Rt. 9, Box 554-A, Birmingham Art Club; Baseball; FTA; Span- ish Club MONRA CRISLER Rt. 1, Box 352, Gardendale Sr. Red Cross; FBLA; Pep Club; Student Secretary; Homeroom Officer; Who ' s Who; Miss Ideal Secretary Contestant; Co-op Student; Senior Beauty Contest- ant, Calendar Girl PATRICIA DAVIDSON Rt. 7, Box 360, Birmingham FTA; FBLA; FNA; Library Club; Sr. 4-H Club; Pep Club; Miss Ideal Secretary Contestant; Co-op Student; NYC, Secretary THOMAS DIAL Rt. 1, Box 411, Mt. Olive Math Club; Pep Club; Who ' s Who; Drama Club; Sr. Class President; Yale Summer High School; NEDT Commended Student DOLORES DOSS Rt. 3, Box 480, Gardendale FBLA; Miss Ideal Secretary Contestant; Homecoming Queen; Queen of Hearts Con- testant; Student Secretary; Pep Club; Homeroom Officer JAMES DOSS Rt. 1, Pinson Shop; Drafting Club; Football; Wrestling; Track HOWARD DRAKE Rt. 1, Box 329, Morris Shop; Basketball; Baseball BECKIE DRINKARD Rt. 1, Donna Drive, Gardendale Homeroom Officer; Prom Com- mittee; Sr. Red Cross; Latin Club; Pep Club; Glee Club; Se- lect Choir; Christmas Seal Prin- cess; Annual Staff, Art Editor; Senior Beauty Contestant, Cal- endar Girl SHERRY ECHOLS Rt. 1, Box 403-E, Gardendale Spanish Club; FTA; Paper Staff; FSA; Library Club; FBLA; Pep Club; Student Sec- retary; Jr. 4-H Club; Miss Ideal Secretary Contestant WAYNE EDGEWORTH Rt. 3, Box 199, Gardendale Homecoming Queen Escort; Drama Club; Math Club; Pep Club JOYCE ELSBERRY Rt. 9, Box 610, Birmingham FSA, Treasurer; FBLA; Band; Pep Club; Student Secretary; Co-op Student; Miss Ideal Sec- retary Contestant PAM EUBANKS 142 Rt. 3, Box 422, Gardendale EDWARD FARMER Rt. 3, Box 201, Gardendale Shop CLARENCE FAUGHT Rt.l,Box244,Mt. Olive Shop ELAINE FENDLEY Rt. 1, Box 119, Morris Latin Club; Red Cross; Sr. Honor Society; Student Council RICHARD FENDLEY Rt. 1, Box 119, Morris Latin Club; 4-H Club ALBERT FIELDS Rt. 1, Box 547, Mt. Olive Shop RANDALL FIELDS Rt. 1, Gardendale Shop SHERRY FIELDS Rt. 3, Box 840, Gardendale Band; Co-op Student; Pep Club; FBLA; FSA, Secretary BILLY FINDLEY Rt. 7, Box 216, Birmingham JEANNE FREW Rt. 9, Box 820, Birmingham HUBERT FULMER P. O. Box 271, Gardendale DANNY GAMBLE Rt. 9, Box 858, Birmingham Shop; Spanish Club; Pep Club; Baseball; Basketball LINDA GARDNER Rt. 1, Box 485, Mt. Olive FTA; Pep Club; Miss Ideal Sec- retary Contestant; Sr. 4-H Club; FBLA, Chairman; Homecom- ing Court, First Alternate; Prom Committee; Paper Staff, Circu- lation Editor; Homeroom Offi- cer; Drama Club; Co-op Stu- dent; Supply Store Clerk; Stu- dent Council GLENN GILLEY Rt. 1, Box 153, Pinson Shop MARY HELEN GILLEY Rt. 1, Box 185A, Pinson Pep Club; 4-H Club BRENDA GILLILAND Rt. 3, Box 190, Gardendale Transfer Student EDNA GIPSON Rt. 9, Box 724, Birmingham Transfer Student; Pep Club; Drama Club BETTY GLASSCOCK Rt. 1, Gardendale Varsity Cheerleader; Senior Beauty Contestant, Calendar Girl; Who ' s Who; FTA; Pep Club; Drama Club; Paper Staff; Glee Club, Vice-President; Se- lect C ioir; Queen of Hearts Contestant; " J " Club; Senior Play DAVID GOODE Rt. 1, Box 525, Gardendale Student Council; FTA; Red Cross; Paper Staff; Science Club; Math Club; FBLA; Pep Club; Homeroom Officer; Spanish Club, Officer; Select Choir DIANNA GOODWIN Rt. 9, Box 445, Birmingham Paper Staff; Latin Club, Histori- an; Pep Club; Select Choir; Glee Club, Reporter; Homeroom Of- ficer; Queen of Hearts Contest- ant; Student Council, Treasur- er; Varsity Cheerleader; FNA, Reporter; Science Club HARLAND GOODWIN Rt. 1, Pinson Shop RONENE GOWINS Rt. 1, Box 777, Mt. Olive 4-H Club, Songleader; FNA; Band, Secretary; FBLA, General Reporter, Chairman; FSA; Sr. Honor Society; Student Secre- tary JAMES GRAHAM Rt. 3, Box 135, Gardendale Shop JERRY GRAHAM Rt. 1, Box 397, Gardendale Shop ALICE GRAVES Rt. 1, Box 40, Gardendale Pep Club; Spanish Club; Science Club ROBERT GRAVES Rt. 1, Box 63A, Morris Shop TERESA GRAVLEE Rt. 3, Box 624, Gardendale Glee Club; Latin Club; 4-H Club; Drama Club; Science Club, Regional Science Fair, Ford Foundation Science Fair; Pep Club; Science Lab Assist- ant; Chemistry Lab Assistant JOHNNY GRAY Rt. 3, Box 109, Gardendale Shop; Who ' s Who; Football; Basketball; Baseball; Pep Club; Student Council JOE GUTHRIE Rt. 1, Warrior 4-H Club; Latin Club; FTA; Ushers Club; Pep Club; Math Club LINDA GUTHRIE Rt. 1, Box 457, Mt. Olive Sr. Honor Society; Latin Club, Secretary-Treasurer; 4-H Club; Drama Club; Science Club; Se- lect Choir, Accompanist; Annu- al Staff, Junior Apprentice, Ac- tivities and Organizations Edi- 143 tor; FTA; Ushers ' Club, Secre- tary-Treasurer; Prom Commit- tee, Officer; Pep Club; Glee Club; Homeroom Officer; Sen- ior Play; Queen of Hearts Con- testant; NEDT Commended Student; Outstanding Junior, University of Alabama; Lab As- sistant DONNA HAGOOD Rt. 1, Box 150, Pinson Transfer Student; Latin Club; Pep Club; Student Council; FTA DIANE HALL Rt. 3, Box 163, Gardendale FTA; Choral; Drama Club Paper Staff; Math Club; FNA Pep Club; Student Council Senior Play JOHN HALL Rt. 3, Box 154, Gardendale Shop MYRA HALLMARK Rt. 1, Box 195, Pinson 4-H Club; Red Cross; Latin Club; FBLA; FTA KAREN HANNAH Rt. 1, Box 353A, Mt. Olive 4-H Club; FNA; FBLA; Band; Art Club; Miss Ideal Secretary Contestant DONN HARBIN Rt. Box 285, Mt. Olive Football, All County; Math Club; " J " Club; Shop; Wres- tling; Track PATRICIA HARRIS Rt. 1, Box 74, Pinson Transfer Student; Choral; Prac- tical Nursing I SUSAN HATFIELD Rt. 1, Box 401, Mt. Olive FTA; FBLA; FNA; Red Cross; Paper Staff; Sr. 4-H, President; Miss Ideal Secretary Contestant; Co-op Student; Homeroom Of- ficer LINDA HAYES Rt. 1, Box 252, Mt. Olive 4-H Club; FNA; FBLA; Prom Committee; Homeroom Officer; Student Secretary; Student Council; Student Physical Edu- cation Aide HARRY HAYS Rt. 1, Box 145, Morris Football; " J " Club; Shop; 4-H Club LARRY HAYS P. O. Box 293, Kimberly Shop; 4-H Club RONNIE HAYS Rt. 3, Box 245, Gardendale Annual Staff, Business Manag- er; Spanish Club, Vice- President; Math Club; Science Club; Pep Club; Sr. Honor Soci- ety; Student Council PRESTON HEARD Rt. 9, Box 1076, Birmingham Pep Club; 4-H €lub; Math Club; Sr. Honor Society; FNA; Paper Staff GARY HICKS Rt. 1, Box 158, Pinson 4-H Club; Basketball; Baseball RODNEY HIGGINBOTHAM Rt. 1, Box 151, Pinson 4-H Club, Vice-President; Latin Club; Basketball DON HILL P. O. Box 224, Kimberly Shop ALLEN HINKLE Rt. 9, Box 426, Birmingham Shop; Drafting Club, President; Art Club ANN HOLMES P. O. Box 56, Gardendale Co-op Student; FBLA; FSA; Paper Staff RANDY HOOD Rt. 1, Box 151, Gardendale Band; Latin Club; FTA; Science Club; Jr. 4-H Club GAYNELL HOPSON Rt. 1, Box 85, Gardendale Drama Club; Pep Club; Choral; FNA; Homeroom Officer JAMES HOPSON Rt. 1, Box 85, Gardendale Shop; 4-H Club JANET HORTON Rt. 1, Trafford 4-H Club; Spanish Club; Pep Club; Glee Club; Queen of Hearts Contestant; Senior Beau- ty Contestant, Calendar Girl CULLEN HOWARD Rt. 1, Box 327, Morris 4-H Club; Art Club; Pep Club REGAN HOWELL 122 Rebecca Drive, Gardendale Transfer Student MARY HOWSE Rt. 1, Box 507, Mt. Olive 4-H Club; FBLA; Pep Club; Prom Committee; Co-op Stu- dent; Senior Beauty Contestant, Calendar Girl, Miss Ideal Secre- tary Contestant WADE HOWSE Rt. 1, Box 507, Mt. Olive 4-H Club; FNA; Art Club, Vice-President; Sr. Red Cross; Spanish Club; Pep Club BONNIE HUBBARD Rt. 3, Box 682, Gardendale FTA; FSA; FBLA; Sr. Red Cross; Pep Club; Paper Staff, Reporter, Typist; Homeroom Officer; Prom Committee; Homecoming Queen; Miss Ideal Secretary Contestant 144 , MICHAEL JENKINS Rt. 1, Morris Football, Manager; Science Club; Sr. 4-H Club; Pep Club; Math Club; " J " Club; Glee Club CONNIE JOHNSON Rt. 3, Box 893, Gardendale Varsity Cheerleader, Treasurer; Sr. Honor Society; Sr. Red Cross; Senior Beauty Contest- ant, Calendar Girl; Pep Club; Spanish Club, Secretary; Drama Club; " J " Club; Queen of Hearts Contestant; Math Club; FTA; Science Club; FNA; Homeroom Officer BRUCE JONES Rt. 1, Box 127, Gardendale Sr. 4-H, President; Latin Club, Officer; Pep Club; Glee Club; Homeroom Officer; FTA, Vice- President; Science Club; " J " Club; Ushers ' Club, President; Basketball; Library Club MICHAEL KAUHN Rt. 2, Warrior Football; Baseball; Art Club; Optimist Club Representative SANDRA KELLEY Rt. 9, Box 776, Birmingham Band; Choral; Pep Club; FNA WANDA KELLEY Box 124, Kimberly Band, Officer, Co-Head Majo- rette; FBLA; Jr. 4-H Club, Pres- ident; Jr. Red Cross; Jr. Cheer- leader; Homeroom Officer MIKE KENDRICK Rt. 9, Box 761, Birmingham Football; Pep Club; Latin Club; FTA; Sr. Red Cross; " J " club JESSICA KIBILDIS Rt. 1, Box 391, Gardendale Band, Head Majorette; 4-H Club; Drama Club; Latin Club; Library Club, President PATSY KILGORE P.O. Box 33, Kimberly FSA; FBLA; 4-H Club; FNA JACK KNIGHT Rt. 7, Box 106, Fultondale Science Club; 4-H Club; Trans- fer Student GARY LANG Rt. 2, Warrior Transfer Student; FBLA DANNY LAWRENCE Rt. 3, Box 235, Gardendale Homeroom Officer; Spanish Club, President; Pep Club, Pres- ident; FTA; Science Club; Math Club; Who ' s Who MELANIE LAWSON Rt. 1, Box 45, Mt. Olive Band, Librarian; Glee Club; Se- lect Choir; All-State Chorus; Latin Club; Drama Club, Vice- President; Sr. Honor Society, Secretary; Homeroom Officer CHARLOTTE LESSENBERRY Rt. 1, Box 627-B, Mt. Olive FBLA, Supply Store Manager, Reporter; Student Council; Sr. Red Cross, Chaplain, Vice- President; FSA; Sr. Honor Soci- ety; Student Secretary, Annual Staff, Editor; Miss Ideal Secre- tary Contestant; Senior Class Secretary; Homeroom Officer JAMES LESTER Rt. 1, Box 515, Gardendale Shop EUGENE LONGSHORE Rt. 1, Box 101, Morris 4-H Club; Shop ANNA LOVE Rt. 9, Box 572, Birmingham Transfer Student; Pep Club; Math Club BOBBY LOVE Rt. 1, Box 75, Gardendale Spanish Club; FTA; Drama Club; " J " Club; Pep Club; Foot-, ball, All Metro-Team, All Coun- ty; Basketball; Baseball; Track; Who ' s Who PAT LOWERY P. O. Box 57, Gardendale Band; FBLA DORIS LUCAS Rt. 1, Morris Student Council; Sr. Red Cross; Spanish Club; Jr. Honor Socie- ty, Officer; Sr. Honor Society, Officer; Ushers ' Club; Drama Club, Officer; Homeroom Offi- cer; Pep Club; Annual Staff, Copy Editor; Who ' s Who; Sen- ior Beauty Contestant, Calendar Girl; Queen of Hearts Contest- ant, First Alternate SANDRA MARTIN Rt. 3, Box 462, Gardendale FNA; FSA; FBLA, Recorder; Pep Club; Student Secretary; Co-op Student; Miss Ideal Sec- retary Contestant SARAH MASK Rt. 1, Mt. Olive FNA; 4-H Club; FBLA; FSA; Glee Club; Pep Club; Co-op Student; Miss Ideal Secretary Contestant JOHNNY MAYFIELD Rt. 3, Box 354, Gardendale Shop; Basketball; Track; 4-H Club BYRON McCAY Rt. 1, Box 49-A, Pinson 4-H Club; Math Club; Glee Club; Ushers ' Club; Prom Com- mittee, Chairman; Yale Sum- mer High School; Senior Class 145 Vice-President; Latin Club ELAINE McKINNEY P. O. Box 155, Mt. Olive Homeroom Officer; Queen of Hearts Contestant, First Alter- nate; Sophomore Favorite; Red Cross Camp Representatives; Junior Beauty; Dental Clinic Queen, First Alternate County; Varsity Cheerleader; Senior Beauty Contestant, First Alter- nate; Pep Club; " J " Club; FTA; Spanish Club, Officer; Drama Club; Sr. Honor Society; Stu- dent Council MICHAEL McKINNEY Rt. 9, Box 352, Birmingham Band; Stage Band; Choral; Latin Club; Science Club; Pep Club JERRY MELVIN Rt. 1, Box 204, Pinson 4-H Club DONALD MITCHELL P. O. Box 51, Mt. Olive 4 -H Club; Football DALE MOODY P. O. Box 111, Mt. Olive Shop GLORIA MOORE Rt. 1, Box 53, Gardendale FNA; Science Club GWEN MOORE Rt. 1, Box 171, Pinson 4-H Club; FNA; Pep Club; Art Club, Secretary-Treasurer JAMS MORGAN Rt. 1, Box 173, Gardendale Art Club, President; Drama Club; FNA; Science Club; Sen- ior Play SUE MURPHY Rt. 1, Box 287, Morris 4-H Club; FNA; FBLA; Pep Club RONNIE MYREX Rt. 1, Box 91, Mt. Olive Shop LINDA MYRICK Rt. 1, Gardendale FTA; Student Secretary; FBLA; FNA; Pep Club; Glee Club; FSA; Miss Ideal Secretary Con- testant SAMMY NAIL Box 71, Kimberly Drama Club; Senior Play; Pep Club, Vice-President; Home- room Officer; Football, Manag- er; Shop; Jr. 4-H Club; Science Club; FTA; Who ' s Who SHERRY NARAMORE P. O. Box 43, Mt. Olive Varsity Cheerleader; Who ' s Who; FTA, Officer; Drama Club; Pep Club; " J " Club; First Alternate Sophomore Favorite; Paper Staff; East-West Repre- sentative; Queen of Hearts Con- testant JANICE NATION Rt. 1, Box 501, Gardendale Junior, Varsity Cheerleader; Who ' s Who; Select Choir; Homeroom Officer; Prom Com- mittee; Drama Club, Secretary; FTA; Reporter; Pep Club, Trea- surer; " J " Club; Queen of Hearts Contestant; Senior Play; Jr., Sr. Red Cross PHILLIP NAYLOR Rt. 1, Box 452, Gardendale Shop; Select Choir; Pep Club NANCY NEELY Box 102, Morris Junior, Varsity Head Cheer- leader; Senior Beauty; Who ' s Who; Senior Class Treasurer; Jr., Sr. Honor Society, " J " Club; Pep Club; FTA, Officer; Span- ish Club; Drama Club; Queen of Hearts Contestant; Homeroom Officer; Sophomore Favorite Al- ternate; Senior Play; Student Council DALE NICHOLAS P. O. Box 94, Morris Shop; 4-H Club GINGER NICHOLAS P. O. Box 115, Morris Pep Club; 4-H Club; FBLA; Prom Committee; Student Sec- retary; Miss Ideal Secretary Contestant JANELLE NORMAN P. O. Box 61, Trafford FBLA; Pep Club; FNA; FTA; Co-op Student; Student Secre- tary; Miss Ideal Secretary Con- testant DEBBIE OSBORNE Rt.l,Box207, Mt. Olive FBLA; FTA; Art Club; FSA; Homeroom Officer; Prom Com- mittee; Student Secretary; Sen- ior Beauty Contestant, Calendar Girl; FNA; Pep Club; 4-H Club CARLOTTA PAGE P. O. Box 357, Fultondale Transfer Student RONNIE PAGE P. O. Box 428, Gardendale FTA; Football, All-County, All-Metro; Baseball; Pep Club; Wrestling; " J " Club; Home- room Officer BARBARA PAIR P. O. Box 176, Gardendale Homeroom Officer; Student Council; Pep Club; Math Club; Science Club; FTA; Spanish Club; Reception for University of Alabama; FNA; Prom Com- mittee JOHNNY PARKER 146 Rt. 9, Box 1016, Birmingham Sr. Honor Society; Spanish Club; Pep Club; Science Club; Math Club; FTA; Homeroom Officer; Ushers ' Club; Sr. Red Cross; Student Council, Presi- dent, Workshops, Conventions; Prom Committee; Who ' s Who; Youth Power Conference Dele- gate PEGGY PHILLIPS Box 81, Kimberly Student Secretary; FSA; FBLA; Pep Club; Jr. 4-H Club ANNETTE PILKINGTON Rt. 9, Box 1100, Birmingham Transfer Student; Pep Club TOMMY POE Rt. 3, Box 877-A, Gardendale Shop; Drafting Club, Treasurer RUTH POWELL Rt. 3, Box 53, Gardendale Student Council; Pep Club NATHAN REDWINE Rt. 1, Box 390, Morris Shop, 4-H Club; Red Cross DENNIS REID Rt. 1, Box 31, Gardendale Red Cross; Ushers ' Club; FTA; Homeroom Officer; " J " Club; Who ' s Who; Football; Basket- ball; Baseball; Track; Pep Club; Drama Club GARY REYNOLDS Rt. 1, Box 150, Gardendale Sr. Honor Society DANNY RHOADES Rt. 9, Box 861, Birmingham Pep Club DELILAH RICE Rt. 3, Box 710, Gardendale Varsity Cheerleader; Senior Beauty Contestant, Calendar Girl; Queen of Hearts Contest- ant; Paper Staff, News Feature, Sports Editor; Jr. Red Cross, President; Sr. Red Cross, Offi- cer; Senior Play; Art Club; 4-H Club, Treasurer; FTA; Sopho- more Favorite Alternate; Home- room Officer; Pep Club; Stu- dent Secretary MICHAEL ROBINSON Rt. 1, Box 30, Gardendale Drama Club; Football; Baseball BRENDA ROGERS Rt. 1, Trafford Sr. Honor Society; Spanish Club; FTA SANDY RUSSELL Rt. 1, Box 191, Mt. Olive Pep Club; 4-H Club; FTA; FBLA; FSA SUSAN SANDERS Rt. 1, Warrior Band, Majorette; Math Club; Jr., Sr. Honor Society; FTA TOMMY SCARBOROUGH Rt. 1, Box 256, Mt. Olive Baseball; Basketball; Band, Drum Major; Concert, Stage Band, President; Select Choir; Ushers ' Club; Drama Club; FTA; Homeroom Officer; Pep Club; Who ' s Who GLORIA SCOTT 7823 Rugby Ave., Birmingham Transfer Student; Spanish Club; Select Choir; Pep Club; Paper Staff, Art Editor; Science Club; Homeroom Officer GARY SELF Rt. 1, Box 107, Pinson Science Club; Sr. 4-H Club; FTA; Latin Club; Pep Club DEBBIE SEXTON Rt. 1, Box 171, Gardendale Pep Club; Spanish Club; Sr. Red Cross, Secretary; Home- room Officer EDWARD SHALING Rt. 3, Box 102, Gardendale Football, All-County, All- Metro; Wrestling; Track; Pep Club; " J " Club; Spanish Club RAMONA SHARIT Rt. 1, Box 367, Gardendale FBLA; Student Secretary PEGGY SIMMONS Rt. l,Box 120, Pinson Student Secretary; FBLA; 4-H Club CAROL SIMS Rt. 9, Box 832, Birmingham Paper Staff; FBLA; FSA; Co-op Student DEE SLOAN Rt. 1, Box 646, Mt. Olive Drama Club, President; Paper Staff, Editor; Science Club; Band Announcer BENNY SMITH Rt. 9, Box 1085, Fultondale Shop DALENE SMITH Rt. 3, Box 577, Gardendale Transfer Student; Homecoming Court; Homeroom Officer; Pep Club; FTA; Varsity Cheerlead- er; Prom Committee; Paper Staff, Assistant Sports Editor; FBLA JANE SPARKS Rt. 7, Box 358, Birmingham Student Council, Sec ond Vice- President; Sr. Honor Society; Who ' s Who; Homecoming Queen ' s Court; Queen of Hearts Contestant; Know Your News, Girls ' State; DAR Good Citizen Social Science Fair, First Place Drama Club; Biology Assistant Homeroom Officer; Art Club Spanish Club; Science Club Math Club; Pep Club; Sr. Red 147 Cross; FT A; FN A GLENDA STANDRIDGE Rt. 1, Trafford Band; FSA; FBLA; 4-H Club; Pep Club; Miss Ideal Secreta y Contestant; Co-op Student; Stu- dent Secretary JOHNNY STEELE Box 248, Star Route, Pinson Transfer Student; Baseball JO ANN STREETMAN P. O. Box 225, Mt. Olive FBLA; FSA; Sr. Red Cross; Stu- dent Secretary; Homeroom Of- ficer; Homecoming Queen Con- testant TOMMY STUBBS Rt. 1, Box 366-A, Morris Football; 4- " Club; Shop CLAUDINE SUDDETH Rt. 1, Box 257-A, Morris 4-H Club; FBLA; FSA; Pep Club; Supply Store Clerk; Co-op Student; FNA JAMES SULLIVAN Rt. 1, Box 127, Pinson Select Choir; Drafting Club; Shop BECKY TANKERSLEY Box 102, Mt. Olive Sr. Red Cross; FTA; Spanish Club; Varsity Cheerleader; Who ' s Who; Senior Beauty Con- testant, Calendar Girl; Queen of Hearts Contestant; Loveman ' s Teen Board Representative; School Paper, Editorial Editor MEDFORD TATUM Rt. 3, Meadow Lane, Gardend- ale Shop; Football; Who ' s Who VIRGINIA TEAL P. O. Box 133, Kimberly FSA; FBLA; Student Council; Prom Committee; Pep Club; Junior Cheerleader; Homeroom Officer MIKE THIGPEN Rt. 9, Box 1008, Birmingham Latin Club; Biology Lab Assist- ant; Sr. Red Cross; Science Club RODNEY THOMAS Rt. 1, Box 31, Morris Shop SHERRY THOMPSON Rt. 1, Box 397, Gardendale FBLA; Student Secretary DON THRASHER Rt. 3, Payne Road, Gardendale Spanish Club; Paper Staff; Stu- dent Council BETSY VINES Rt. 1, Box 298, Mt. Olive Homeroom Officer; Student Council, First Vice-President, Treasurer, Conventions, Work- shops; 4-H Club; Latin Club; Sr. Honor Society; Sr. Red Cross; Math Club; FNA, Program Chairman; Band; Science Club, President, Program Chairman; Pep Club; Math Assistant PAUL WALKER Rt. 1, Box 112, Pinson Football; Baseball; 4-H Club, President, Vice-President; Latin Club, President, Senator; Drama Club; Senior Play; Pep Club; FTA; Boys ' State Repre- sentative SHIRLEY WATSON Rt. 9, Box 605, Birmingham Homeroom Officer; FSA; FBLA, President; Pep Club; Co-op Student; Student Secre- tary DEBE WATTS Rt. 3, Box 669, Gardendale Choral; Band; FHA; FBLA LARRY WATWOOD Rt. 1, Morris Shop SANDY WHITAKER Rt. 1, Box 460, Gardendale FSA, Vice-President; FBLA; Student Council; Pep Club; Co-op Student; Miss Ideal Sec- retary Contest RONNIE WHITE Rt. 1, Box 105, Gardendale Shop; 4-H Club COY WILCUTT Rt. 3, Maple Drive Gardendale Shop LINDA WILKERSON Rt. 1, Box 55, Mt. Olive Spanish Club; Pep Club; Math Club; FTA; Select Choir; Glee Club; Drama Club; Homeroom Officer RANDY WILLIAMS Rt. 1, Box 173, Mt. Olive Shop; 4-H Club; Basketball LINDA WILLIAMSON Rt. 1, Warrior 4-H Club; Spanish Club MARIE WILLIS Rt. 1, Morris Senior Class Historian; Student Council Secretary; FTA, Presi- dent; Pep ' Club, Secretary- Treasurer; Homeroom Officer; Drama Club; Spanish Club; Senior Play; Jr. Honor Society, Officer; Junior Cheerleader BRENDA WILSON Rt. I, ' Box 95, Gardendale Drama Club JOHN WILSON Rt. 1, Box 390, Gardendale 4-H Club; Pep Club; Drama Club SCHUYLER WOODS Rt. 1, Mt. Olive Football; Basketball; Shop; Latin Club DANNY YARBROUGH Rt. 7, Box 345, Birmingham Shop; Drafting Club 148 TV .-fifc-rirfjn " ' K3h4dI This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. It is rather the end . of the beginning. — Winston Churchill 150 CONGRATULATIONS We Have Enjoyed Being Your Official Photographers. 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1966

Mortimer Jordan High School - Torch Yearbook (Morris, AL) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Page 1

1968

Mortimer Jordan High School - Torch Yearbook (Morris, AL) online yearbook collection, 1969 Edition, Page 1

1969

Mortimer Jordan High School - Torch Yearbook (Morris, AL) online yearbook collection, 1972 Edition, Page 1

1972

Mortimer Jordan High School - Torch Yearbook (Morris, AL) online yearbook collection, 1974 Edition, Page 1

1974

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